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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE -SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY G, 1S94.
TnE BCBAHTON Tripuse's Pittston offlco, No. 8 South Miin atraat. ii in
tharga of W. E. Tooko and J. It Fuhy, to whom complaints and news itoms
may to referred by any subscriber. J
SPECIAL SURVEY MADE.
Burgjsa Malouty Proposes to Fross
cute a Thorough Investigation.
Surveyor Bartl, under thw direction
of Burgee. Malouey, has rnudo a sur
vey of Railroad street, the extension
of La GrfanffS and the recent work
done in opening Daley street. The
nip-inner states that liis figures fell
elmrt about ouf-lmlf in the amount of
work that the contractors claimed pay
for on Railroad strest.
Since the investigation was beun
tii.. civil engineer hat discovered that
the tii-st figures on the Daley street
opening were not correct, and has ac
cordingly advised council that his fig
ures for the excavation should read
cub'o yards instead of 7i"i cu'..ic
yards, which would show an ov-r pay
ment of 60; also that lull cubic
yards of stone should be deducted from
However, Mr. B irtl will in a day or
two forward from Scvuuton a carefully
prepared statement of the recent meas
urements, which are to be submitted
for the consideration of council at the
OFFICERS DULY INSTALLED.
V -una Lode and Falling- Springs Lodge
Installed Now Olrhart.
On Jan. 2 1894. Venus Lodge,
heights aud ladies of honor, installed
officer as follows: Protector, Ann
Thompson; vice protector, Margaret
Daniels; chaplain, Margaret Haatle;
guide, Sarah Stewart; guardian, F'ran
ces Keddie; sentinel, William Olivers;
treasurer, Thomas Hastit; secretary.
Samuel Fear: trustees, Margaret Has
tie. Mary E. Wilson, and John B. Mil
ler. At a regular meeting of Falling
Spriuge lodge. No. iiSO, Knighti of Py
thias, Jan. o, the following officers
were in ttal led for the ensuing term:
P. C. John P. Stroh; C. 0 , Will Deii
dall; V. C, W. R. Thomas; prelate,
D. P. William. M. of F, II. Oliver;
M, of E , J. B Smith ; K. of R and s ,
C. E. HoWltl; M. at A., D. R Ed
munds; 1. O., John Grover; 0. G., T.
B Tvans; trustees, R. T. Smile, L,
Goodman, D. Arnot.
MINOR PITTSTON MENTION.
Items of General Interest U the Trib
une's Local Readers.
The enspeii9iou of five freight crews
running between tloxtonand Packer
ton has excited not a little consterna
tion in Pittsou,
George D. Morris is the new Pittston
correspondent of the Wilkes-Barre
Ticket Agent Carpenter of tne Le
high Valley station, continues to be
Prof. Robert Shiel has returned from
a visit to Honesdale.
Mrs M. L. Perrin is convalescing.
Miss Gertrude Brittain has resumed
her studies'nt Vaster.
The Misses Eva 0. and Mamie M.
Howell are visiting friendt aud rela
tives in the metropolis.
W. W. Youngs, business manager of
Tub Tkiblne, was in town yesterday.
The strikers at Stevens' colliery re
turned to their places yesterday morn
ing at usual.
Intelligence has been received of the
death of N. P. Setter, who ha9 for a
number of years ocenpied and man
aged the farm at Coronton, belongiug
to the Wyoming Camp Ground usso
The special services at the Slocum
chapel last evening were conducted by
Davis aud Warburton, of Wyoming
Beginning with last evening, the
topics of Rev. J. H. Brittain's Friday
evening lectnres at the Luzerne Ave
nue Baptist church will be the subject
of the International Sunday school lea
son for the ensuing Sabbath
William Sirnmont has purchased
four lott on River street, Oregon, of
Joseph Longford for quarry purposes.
The St. Mary't fair at Avoca will be
reopened after pay day.
New songt and dances were furnished
in the play "Grimes' Celalr Door."
It appears that the reporters of Pitts
ton were victims of a lake storv rela
tive to Jumet Clark, who claimed to
have been attacked and robbed of his
pay Saturday nieht. An investigation
of the boroueh officials proves tho story
to be without foundation.
William Smith, aged -lb' yeirs, of
Cliff street, died yesterday morning of
pneumonia superinduced by l i grippe
Rev. Frank S. Dobbins, formerly a
missionary to Japan, but now one of
the secretaries of theAmerioin Bap
tist Missionary nnion, will preach in
the Luzerne Avenue Bsptist cliurch
tomorrow morning, and in the evening
will speak on Japan. Mr. Dobbins hag
written extensively on missions and is
one of the best informed men on that
subject, besides being an easy and
Mr. and Mrs. N. Ferree Lighlner,
who were wedded at Eat ton Thursday,
passed yeeterday iu town. They were
enroute to the west. Mr. Leightuer
was a former Pittstonian.
The tubjectof Rev. Dr. O H. McAn-
ultv'fi Sunday mornini discourse will
he. "The Outlook." Eveuing theme.
"Their Rock and Ours."
The following officers have been
elected by the Ladies' Aid society of
the Broad Street Methodist Enttoopal
church: President, Mrs. John Vinder
burg; vice-president, Mrs. E. W. Mil
ler; secretary, Mrt. E. Smith; treas
urer, Miss Maggie Shelleuberger; as
sistant treasurer, Mrt. Hubbel.
Four Big Succetsoe.
Having the needed merit to more than
make good all the advertising claimed for
them, the following four remedies havo
reached a phouomenul sale. Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, each boltlu guaranteed Klec
trlc Bitters, tbe great remedy for Liver,
Stomach aud Kidneys. Buckleu's Arnica
Salve, the heat in the world, and Dr.
King's New Life Pills, which are n perfect
Sill. All theseremedies are guaranteed to
o just what is claimed for them and the
dealer whose nnme is attached herewith
will be glad to tell you more Of them. Sold
byMatthews Hros . drug store.
local agent of the Metropolitan, wis
around yesterday distributing one of
the prettiest and most artistic calen
dars that that enterprising company
uiih ever issued.
What, with the Water company
breaking up our roadt laying iu mains
aud the thaw that hass-it iu, our roads
never prmunte:' a worse appearance.
This does not mean any rsfleOttoQ upon
our supervisors, because they ar not
responsible for this bad state of affairs,
but it makes an eloquent pies for dif
ferent matorial to be placed on tho
The Old Forgo Cornet band gave an
excellent rehearsal on Thursday night
iu their well kuowu style.
John II. Edwards died at his home
near hero Friday, funeral to take
place Suuday. Services will be held at
the Methodist Episcopal church.
B. J. Cameron left on Thursday for
Wuterbury, Conn., to visit bis brother,
G. M. Colville. D. I) , of Bingham
ton, was the guest of Mr. aud Mrs. W.
F. Clements on Friday.
Mill Minnie Fancher. of Johnstown,
N. Y., is Visiting her parents, Mr, au I
Mrs. 0 H. Stratton
Married, by Rov. S. ( Simpkins,
Mi- Lillian Wardell. of Daleville, and
Mr. Freil Abbey, of Salem
Mr. J. M. Bfaok returned Friday from
a visit with friends in Boranton
11. Loreu Clements returned to Wes -leyau
university after ipendlna a two
weeks' vaction with his parents
Misses Jennie and Minnie Jackson,
of Camden, N. J., are guests of their
sister, Mrs. S C Simpkins.
TRIM is NoiiiiNii like Dr. Thomas
Eolectric Oil to quickly cure a cold or re
lieve hoarseness. Written by Mrs. M. J.
Fellows, Burr Oak, St. Joseph county,
The Patriotic Order Sons of Aiuer:c;i
contest came oil' Tnuriday night, The
contestants were Miss Blanche T regal
las, who had $70, and Miss Katie
O'Hsra, who had $5.(0, The evening
was made enjoyable by gingiug and
recitations, after which the watch Was
awarded to Miss Tregallas.
Mrs. A. 0 Stone is sick at her home
on Main street.
Mrs. Ellas is recovering from nn at
tack of the grip.
Master George Thomas is sick with
S. J. Hinds visited tho Electric City
Our business men are beginning to
feol the effects of tbe Old Forgi
breaker aud the Moosic powder mill
being shut down.
Dow to Hoke Turkey Scallop,
Marion Harland's recipe fur turkey
Ecnllop provides mi excellent ending for
the meat cut from the bones of u cold
turkey or chicken from yesterday's dinner:
Remove the bits of -kin and gristle and
chop up the rest very fine, Put in t ho be t
tom of u battered dish a layer of cracker
or bread crumbs. Moisten slightly with
milk that they may not absorb oil the
gravy to be poured in afterward. Then
spread u layer of the minced turkey, with
the bits of the stuffing, pepper, salt and
email pieces of butter. Another layer of
cracker wet with milk, and so on until
the dish is nearly lull. Before patting
on the topmost layer pour in the gravy
left from the turkey, diluting, should
there not be enough, with hot water,
ami season with Worcestershire sauce,
catsup and butter.
Have readv a crust of cracker crumbs
soaked in warm milk, seasoned with salt
and beaten up light with two eggs. It
should be just thick enough to spread
smoothly over the top of the scallop
Stick bits of butter plentifully upon it
and bake. Turn a deep plate over the
dish until the contents begin to bubble
at the sides, showing that the whole is
thoroughly cooked; then remove the
cover and brown. A large padding
dish full of the mixture will be cooked
in three-quarters of an hour. This, like
many other economical dishes, will prove
so savory ns to claim a frequent appear
ance upon any table.
William Holler, in, of Rendliam, one
of our most promising tonsorial, artists,
hat rented the Smith barbor't thop
On the night of Jan. 17 a mock judge
and jury trial will come off at Mcln
tyre'e hotel. Several of our local celeb
rities will take part snd it will be an
Morgan Morgan, the well known
The it O'ClMk Tvi Tulile.
Tiie return of the tete-a-tete hcrviee to
the 5 o'clock tea table is one of the small
changes of the season. Heretofore har
lequin sets or silver and china combined
have been the most popular furnishings
of this small but most hospitable and so
cial board, but the complete sets, Inclnd
uig the ctnna tray ot a lew years ago, are
now to bo seen in the high class drawin
rooms and, it may bo added, iu the big
class shops which being the cause and
which the eff ect is not knewn. Some of
the most pleasing services are those of a
clear, cream porcelain, With handles,
spouts mid cover tips, in the case of tea
pot and sugar bowl, of gilt.
Walnut Cream Candles,
Two cupfuls of coffee crust sugar, two
thirds cupful of boiling water, one-half
saltspoonful of cream of tartar. Doil
until it threads, cool slightly until it be
gins to thicken; then stirin chopped wal
nuts aud drop on oiled paper.
Business Mouses of Pittston,
W'Sof people who visit the Invalids
Jn -v Hotel and Surgical Institute, id BUf
L" fulo, N. V., are many who arc tent
there, by those who have already, lroiii
Sersonal experience, learned of the great
"Humph in Conservative Surgery
achieved by tho Surgeons of that tamed insti
tution. Little heroic, or cutting- surgery is
found necessary. For Instance,
TIIMHRQ Ovarian, Fibroid (Uterine) and
I MIIIUIlw miiny others, are removed by
Electrolysis and other conservative means and
thereby the perils of cutting operutiont
PI C TIIMHRQ however large, Flslula
rlLX lumund, tod other diseases ol the
lower boWSLarc permanently cured without
pain or resort to the knife.
RilPTIIRF or llreseh (Hernia) Is radii ally
nuriunt) cured without the knife und
without pain. Trusses can bo thrown awayl
CTHNP 1,1 tuo Ulsddtr, no matter how
wl writ lame, is crushed, pnlveii.ed. wash
ed out and untidy removed without cutting.
CTPIP'filCrQ of I'rinarv Passage aro al
OlnlwlwriLdgu removed without cut
ting In hundreds of cases.
For Pamphlets, numerous references and all
particulars, send ton cents (in stamps) to
World's Uispemiary Medical Astociutiou, Otto
Main Street, Dulfalo, N. V.
THE BALANCE OF OUR
At greatly reduced prices,
At tides of art
mid utility. A fow i id
tires will go
tit HALF PRICE.
9 NORTH MAIN ST.
Happy Thought Range
'v.- - ''-.-r
T " frfRH I
Wholesale and Retail.
RUM MM I G
VS. w D I I
Music Hall Block.
ID S Kl .
The Strike Over
MZT PITTSTON STOVE CO.
Plrtt-clast Work, Superior Artist
CHILDREN'S PICTURES A BPECIALTT.
Now Styles of Panel and Boudoir Picture,
nnMirpasted. Cabinets IS.U) per dosett. Otber
itylee eqnt ly Inexueniive,
W. t. FRYER, li SO. MAIN' sr.,
if y. a i?e-irj timt tbe remains of your
rrlearts be well preserved, have Jir. Klrby do
yoar UndertaHins, as b- lms just rt turned
from tbe U. 8, College of Embalming, New
York, where be bat learned tbu lutes- Solen
till-: Methods of Esubabnuiff, and Is iow pre
I un d to i secnt - a 1 work in the best manner,
very low prlaee,
1 VERY URGE sf&ckQI&FIHE FURNITURE
COMPLETE LINE OF FALL
CARPETS at lowest prices
J. 13. KIRBY,
odd fellows build. u-, PI CTSTON. PA.
OaI IFA11H f 1AN
to tne l
I r RlTTl
li t! H.
Pittston's only STEAM
LAUNDRY, mid bare itlauti
t9"A TOSTAL will bring our wagon
to your door.
And other seasonable goods were tied up on the road and delivered to us now
These mnst bo sold every article is marked with its lowest selling prica in
plniu Bgurl We will deduct au extra
Cash Discount of 20 Per Gent,
Thus ofl'ninj a grand variety of fine presents at pric invariably less than
coat of transportation or manufacture.
Cash is king you hear all sing,
Fine Holiday Goods are just the thing.
This lot compriseS'Toilet Cases, Manicure Sets, Shav
ing Sets, Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Select
Indian Baskets, Albums, Etc.
Each article is a piece of art, ornamental aud useful.
Our aiinox is located on William street, next to our lliliinery Department.
See the windows. They contain hundreds of dollars worth of fiuo wares, such
as Quilts, iiod Spreads, Silk Umbrellas, Curtains, Linens and many other use
ful selsot articles. These constitute our
Annual Holiday Greeting
Every articlo is a prnjont to you if yon patronize the Pioneer Establishment of
warranted goods aud low pricas, A. li. BROWN'S BEE HIVE.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coni useA exclusively, insurinn
cliunliinwa anil comfort
time (ABU XI tmn DEC ft, UBS,
Trains Iphvo Soranton for l'ittston. Willcos
Parro. eto.. at Kill, 9.15. ll.: ft. m., 12 30. 2.00,
. m i& U,UB P- m- Sundays, t' 00 o. m.
1 .(W, J.00, v.tU p. m.
For Atlantic Citv. R.10 a m.
For Now York, ffowarlt anil Elizabeth. S.U
(express) nrr, Ijsn (exprees with Buffet
PMiior cur), 8. J) (express) p.m. Sunday 2.00
p m. J
For MAccn Ciiunk, allextown Betri k
hem. Laston and Philadelihia. S.io a m
U M J.30. i a (except Philadelphia) p. ' m'
Sunday MO p m. - e
For Lono BBARCB, Ocean Grove, ota,at
au a.m.. u.;) p.m.
For Beuung. Lebanon and Harrisburjr, via
AllSntOWS, 8.10 a.m.. 11 30, 4.3 p.m. bun
duv. tin p.m.
For Potteville. 6.10 a. m . 12.30 p.m.
Returning, leave Now York, foot of Llbertv
? h?Vil"?!L,Rive, at b W fexpress) a. m..
U0, 1 80 4 80 (express with Buffut panor
car) p m Sunday, 4 80 a.m
Luavo Philadelphia Reading Terminal 8 40
a. in 9 On ..I i ji i. ,,, u.....i- ,-.
. , .. v utiuutt, u-. a.m.
1 WongS tickets to all points at lowest rates
may be had on application in advance, to tbe
ticket atrimt at the station.
a. P BALDWIN,
J. O. OLHAUSEM, 0W-HklTOt
We will and can show you n larger f took than any other concern in this
section. Remember, we are MAKERS; tho ordinary factory garment has no
room in our Cloak Department and as to prices, we invite comparison with
any concern in tho laud aud kuow wo are the cbeapest
33 N. Main; 8, 10, 12 and 14 William St,
Winter fees ana Underwear.
Finest Line of Slippers
Ever Shown tn Pittston.
Velvet, with Silk Embroidered Flowers, 44c. to $2.50.
IS THE BEST. Get prices and
ee the luruace and be con
vinced. A full line of HEAT
ERS, Appello and Uauzs Door
mm LSmmm . .
i ,W. . i ,v 1 iii
l lisi I ins AM M KOI ONS,
Ui U. E, DKAN, Diseases of tbu Eye, 3'ose
Thiont anil Eur, uoi Bpruoe ttreut. oppo-
'ite court house.
K A. ,1. luS.VKI.L. OlnYn ail Waahmtrton
Frsnaks's drag store, Rcsideuco, "22 Vino st.
Otlic- h'ltirs: 10 3U t.) 12 n. m. anil I to 4 and
i , i p in Siindav. 2 tn 'I i m.
DR. W t AI.LEN. OtHco cur. Lucks
w.iiiua an'l Washington aVeS. i over Leon
Md shoe Store; otiico Lours. 10 to 12 a. m. and
3 tu 4 p m ; evci.n, . . at .1.1. n Mil.
I II. 0.1. KBEY, Practloo limited to Die
Jl' easse ol the Eye, Ear, Horn uiiil Throat;
offico, 1 Wyoming eve Residence, 32S Vina
MISS WORCESTER'S K1NDEKGARTE.V
anil tcbuol, 412 Adams avenue. Pupil
recoive,l at all timea. Pall term will opeu
III N I IMS.
c. LAUBACH, aiirgBon Deatlst, Mo, nl
" ' . Wyoininu ave.
li M. BTRATTON, offico Coal Exeiianne
CTOP PAYING RENT OWN ' YOUR
O li.m. Money to loan on eaav inuntlily
laymeuta. S. M. CAJXENDER, Dime B:ink
rpBK WESTMINSTER, 2IT-S1D Wyoming
1 ave. Rooms heated with uteuur. all mod
(i n iiiiiirovoinonla
HOTELS AN II RKHTAI RANT.
C M T ii i man, Prop
ZIKULhR'S HOTEL. l.aekawanna ave
nue, Sci antuu. Kutea rsasftnsjHti
P ZlBOLBB, Proprietor
UES'f SUM STER BOTKL.
W. O. SCHENCK. Manager.
Sixteenth street, one block eaat ot l i .1.. .v
at L'nion Square. New Yol lt.
Amerlean plan. E;l 50 ir ila- ai d upwaul
ttOYNE HOUSE. Europuaii plan: ;good
rooms. Upon day and night liar eup
plied with the heat.
P. H. COYNE, Pronrietnr
SCKANTnN HOl'SE, ne.-i.- O . L AW pa.
enger dupot. Conducted on Una European
plan. Victor Kocii. Proprietor
RAND CENTRAL. Tho inriroit and Um:
vJI equipped hotel in Alloulown. Pa. ; ratal
J2 and :'.eU per day.
VtOT0H D Plnvrp, Prnprletr
JEHIOH VALLEY RAILROAD.
Trains leave Scranton for Philadelphia and
Now o,k via D. & U r. r, at m., no
eonusctioa for New Yorfc, jtR). (M and 11.35
h9vu- L W. It It.b.ud, 11 10a.m. and
rU, . 50 n. m.
I.eavoSeiuuton for Pitt.ton and Wilkoa
1.0, o-.Vi, 0.0,, K..18 p.m.
Leave Scrantonfor White Haven.Haxletoa,
Pottavdlii and all pointa on tho Beaver
Meadow and I'nttaville brain hea, via D 4 n
It. it. at I a.m, 1U.10, -J.as, 4 16 p in , via b L it
W. R R.. S.0K, lia)a.m., I.H5.3.5ip m
Leave Seranton for Bethlebcni. Eaaton
Readlna, Harriaburs and all Intermsdiata
pointa via D. & H. R. R.. t a m ItM, MS p m
via D., U & W. it. It., tM, 1120 a. m.. i S3
Leave Seranton for Tunkliamioek.Towanda,
Elmira. lthui-a. Oeneva and all Intermediate
points via 1) & H. R. 11., 1.25 and IMS P. ra .
via D.. U & W. R.R., Oa.m., l.:i.'ip.m.
Leave Boranton for Rochester, Buffalo
Niagara Pulls, Detroit, Chicago and all points
wist via D. R. R . 1 i 1L8B p. mT VM
D.. L. (t W. R. It and Pittaton Junction (,( W
a. in for Buffnlo only), US p.m., via E k W
It. R 4.1(1 p.m.
For Elmira anil tho west via Salamanca, via
D. 4t H. R. R. at 0,18 p.m., via b., L. & W. R.
h.. 6. 8 ri a m aud o.OT p.m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V. chair
ears 011 all trains between L & B. Junction or
ilkea-Barro, and New Wk, Philadelphia,
Buffalo and Snapci slon Bridge
ROLL IN H. WILBUR. Gun. Supt. East Dlv
CHAS. B. I.I-.E.Oeu. Pasa. Ag't, Phila . Pa
A W. JjONNEMAC.HER.Aas't Oen. Pass.Ag t,
South Bethlohom, Pa.
) Mr DELAWARE AND HUD
J9 . SON HAlLROAIi
I Commencing Mav aM.lWJ,
Ulr I I ,nii!3wlll run as follows:
aZ I J 1 Trains leave Bridge Street
M 5pt4r Ir ''ution. Seranton, for Pitta
W, tCCr. ton, Wilkua- Barre, etc. ,3.00,
n v.vi. 1, 0,, 10.1. a. ni i 11.
1.1, ...io. Lie. e.ia, e.ia, v ij,
and ILSt p. m.
For Now York and Phils-
ut ipniu, a.eu u m ,1-mo, Mt
tXt, 4 Kl and 11 HO p. m.
For Honesdale ifrom Delaware. Lackawanna
and Western depot), 7.00, S.30. 10 .10 a.m., I2.U)
111., 2 17, 5 111 p. m.
For Carbon dale and Intermediate stations,
0.411, 7 HI, h.;w, 10 10 a.m.. T-'UI m.. 2 17, i .25, 5 10.
I.. '.11 and 11 00 p. in. ; f 10111 Bridge Street Depjt,
tUB a. 111.. 7.M und 11.85 . 111.
Fast express to Albany. Saratoga, the Ad I
fondack Mountains. Boston and New England
points, 6.SD a. m . arriving at Albany 12.45.
Saratoga 2.20 p. m., and leaving Seranton at J
p. 111.. arriving at Albany at S..VJ p. m., Sara
toga. IMS a. tn . and Boston T OO n. m.
The only direct route botweon the roal
fields and Boston The Leading Tourists'
Route of America" to the Adirondack Moun
tain resorts. Lakes George and Champlaiu.
Time tables showing local and through train
service between stations on all divisions Dela
ware and Hudson system, may be obtained a:
all Debtwareand Hudson ticket ofioea
H O. YOUNG, J. W. BL'HDIOK.
Second Vice President. Oen. Pass, Agt
A lit Hit ICCTS.
AVIS i IIOUPT, Architects. Rooms 2t.
! and 2fi Commonwealth niiif peranum.
L' WALTER, Architect. Library buRd
, inc. Wyoming avenue. Seranton.
L. BROWN. Arch B. Architect. Prico
building. 12ii Washington Avo.,(-crnnt in.
Dli 1 M OATHS, lie Wasbincton Avenue.
Ofllca lioura, 8 to 9 am, I SO to J and 7
I 1 i , WBNTZ, M. O., Ollices H aiid")l
'I Commonwealth boRding; rrsidnnce 7U
MadlsonaTej offloshonvs, id to 12. 2 to 1. 7 to
I; inindavii 2.89 to 4, evenings at residence. A
Specialty made of diseases of tbu eye, ear. nose
an 1 throat nnd I'vuecologv.
OU. i; I). Xic UK AY, specialty made on dis
eases of eye and skin.21s Wypmlng Ave.
OfBce hours: Cntil ill a m..2 to 1 and '. to Up ra.
MRS. DH Kl NO.'&llI M U LUKRH V STREEf.
At Cerlxiudale on Fridays of each week.
1 & yM
The Great Financier, Russell Sage,
(lives the following sood a Ivioo to lys wniou tin pareutj lxiitjlit also road
with profit :
"Boys, go tosolwolas long aiym ow, aal rsraimbir svjrV hoar spent In
study in your youth will he w rth ni in'y to you in after life. Bui good books,
maksyonrsslvss acquainted with h'ntory, stuly th prorisi of n ttloni and tlio
careers of uieu who h ive tn ule nations treat.
"Study religion, Hclenri, stttcr,ift and hiatiry. Lur i to read i n tall i -gently,
so that yon cun turn to practical me In after life th3 readings of your
youth. lie sure you be;?iu risjlit. D not waste time in reading trusliy books."
Mr. Btge says farther! "The boy -who Is wanted In the,bailfteai world of
today must be sdno tted, If hi- parents cannot a'Tird to givj him a olloge or
high school ednoatlou, he must ham to stnly withoat tht all of a teacher In
the early morninsrs bsfors bnslnsss begins, and In the arenings utter buiiness
hours. It oan no longer ba trnthfally said that an ednntlon U out of anyona's
This is tho advico of a muit who is 0110 of themut conspioti nn business
Kuccossiaof our time, and wliii hits amassed ono of the lirg-et fortunes In
America. It cannot possibly bo charged that ho is iu tho pay of the Kncyolo
pedia Britannioa, aud yot tliose words, given iih the conviction of life of un
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t7 BTURQE, Veterinarv BnnNOn, Den
.1 j. tn-trv 1 specialty; cold medalist of On
tario eterimiry Culleeo. Oftlco. Summer's
livery. ;Ui Dir. st.. near Keller a carriage shop.
Telctihone No. 41 1
I M 6 RANCK'8 Law and Collection of.
I . Bee, No 817 Spruce St., opposite Forest
Boose, Boranton, Pa,i collections a ipodsltf
throUffhoUt Pennsylvania; reliable correspond
cuts 111 every county.
BUttia 11 a.n d, Attorneys and Counsel-
1' lore at Law,
Common wealth liulldiut;,
W. 11 JBSSUP,
Hun A11. E Hand.
W II Jkssj c In
UriLLABO. WARREN A KNAPP, Attor
neys and Oonnsalors at Law, ItepnbUonn
1 ulldine. Washington ave.. Sci aiiton. Pa.
FattersuN A- wfLcoX, Attorneys ami
Counsellors at Law; otticos 0 and I Library
bulldinif, bci nnton. Pa.
RpSWKLL H. rATTBItso
William a. Wilcox.
LFRF.II HAND. WILLIAM. I. HAND. At
.'V torn. -vs and Counsellors, Commonwealth
hnlldlng, Roonn IB. 'Jl and ii.
I RANK T OKu-LL, Attorney at Law. Koom
I fi. Coal Exclianite. Seranton. Pa.
Slll.TtlN W. I.tiWliV, 1 Att'vs, 2T? Washing
c. 11 VON BTORCH. I ton ar.. 0 H. square
AMES w. OAKKORD, Attornev at Law,
fl rooms SB, St suu 65, Commouweiuth bPa.
OAMUEI, W. EDUaR, Attorney at Law.
p Olfloe, :tT Wnrucejrt . BcrniitoB. Pa.
I A WATRK8, Attorney at Law, 42J
I i. Lackawanna ane.. Bcrnuton. Pa
rooms 54. M,
1 1 U PrrOHEH, AtloriKiy
v . mnnwen'th bnuolng. t-(
6 coMKOYS. IBI Bprnes t.
Counsellor at Law. otllc.
.ii Commonwealth building.
at Law, Com-
DH. RF.PI.OOLE, Attorney -Loans nego
listed on real ssjtata security. 40s Spruce.
B I Ml. I. AM, Attornev at Law. VAI Wy-
' omiaa avenue. Seranton.
n AVEVUl i: DBRD8 ANDMuRTOAUES
. written and aoknowledieu by J. W.
RROWNINU. Attorney and Notury Public
C1CHOOL HI THE LACKAWANNA. Scran
I ' ton, I'n . prepares boys and ulrls for ODjiSajS
or husinnss: thorouehly trains vuunic children
Cataliuu at reiiuest.
Rkv. Thomas M. Can.
Waltku B, Uckll.
D. 8 W ARTS WHOLESALE
s and V Dime Rank building.
MEUARUEE BKOTHERH, PRINTER8
supplies, onvelopos, paiwr hairs, twine.
Warehouse. 130 Washington uvo., Seranton,
TlACFK S ORCHESTRA - MUSIC FOR
dings andooncert work furnished. For terms
ailllross K. .1. Jiaucr. rnniHicior. ii, TTuiuiua
ave . over Hulnert 9 music store.
EiZRA FINN & SONS, builders and contra
j tors. Yards: Cornor Olivo st. and Adams
ave ; cornel Ash st. and Penn ave., Seranton.
1 1 K. CLARK & CO., Seels 1. Florists
It. a,,.t -,.,.,.,.,.,,,,,, ....... lilt Wnchin.rl.m
avenue: green iioiise.iajO North Main avenue.
store teiepnnns ,s..
OHAND UNION TEA CO., .Ion. - Bros
JOS. KUETTEL, iij Lackawanna aVeUUS
Seranton. Pa . niauuf 1 of Wire Screens.
E. Robinson's Sons'
Manufacturers ot the Celebrated
100,000 Bbls. Per Annum,
DELAWARE. LACKAWANNA AND
Trains leave Seranton as follows: Express
for Now York and all jioints East. 1 GO, 150,
S.1S, KVU aud B.60 a. m, : UU6 and S.&) p m
Express for Easton. Trenton. Philadelphia
and the South, 5.15, 6.O0 and Uixla. m.; uUi
and MO p 111
Washington nnd w ay stations, S.4n p. Ul.
Tobihanna accoinmoilation, n. 10 p. in.
Express for Blnghsmton. OWfSO, Elm!ra,
Coining, Path liaiisllle, Jh unt Morris and
Butfalo. U In, '.'.15 a m and 1,(1 p 111.. making
close l unncctions at buffalo to all points in
the West Northwest and Southwest
Hurfaln arconiniodation. P On a. m.
Hmgii.-.intou and way stations. 12.87 p. in.
Ntcnohon and way stiti. ns. 5 4ip. m.
Dmyhsmti 11 and i.imira Express, 6.05 p m
lxpres lor 1 ortland, Syracuse. Oswego.
I tics ami Kitcbneld Springs, 15 a m am
1 :.'4 B. m.
ItLaci. " 18 and 1.00 a m. an 1 1.14 p. m.
For N i thumberiand P.ttston, Wilkes Barri,
Flvmouth, R.oomsburg ami Danville, makimt
. tosi m u. notions at Northumberland for Wil
Ihunsnoiti Harrisburg, Baltinioro, Washington
and the South.
...i tbuasberlspd and Intsrmediate st.-itionj.
C 00, 0 50 a in. nnd 1 .0 and 0.1.7 p. m.
iianttcoKd aim lnteruieiilate stations. 8IH
and 11 20 e m Plymouth and intermediate
stations. J.oO and ,3S p.m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping eoaehes on all
tor detailed mfoi nation, pocket timotabUw.
etc apply to SI. L Mnith. city tickot ofllCSi
'S-s Lachawnuna avenue, or depot tickot olllcj.
-IVTEW YORK, ONTARIO AND WESTERN
IN Railroad. Seranton Division Tuno tabU
id effect Nov 18, 1SS3.
Trains leave Seranton for Carbondalx
u.50, S.3U. 11.0") a.m . 4.50, 610. p.m.
For Hancock Junction aud main connections
11.05 a. in. 8.10 p.m.
Trams leavo Hancock Junction for main
Una connection for Seranton: 6aJ a, m. 2.03
Tra:n leave Carbond.ile for Seranton " 3t
t.45, a. m 1.10,8.81, o.l'ip m.
J. C ANDERSON.
Gener al Passenger Agent, New York.
District Posscngar Agent, Seranton.
TRIE AND WYOM1NU VALLEY KA1L
Vj ho ad
Trains leave Seranton for New ork and in
terim diat points on the Eriu and llawley aud
local points at 0 35, ! 45 a.m. and tM p. in.
Train" leaving at USB a in. and 3 24 p. in.
aro through trains to and from Houcsdalo.
Trains leave for Wilkes Barre at u 40 a. m. and
1,41 p. m.
Best in the market,
Brandt Clay Product Co
OFFICE: Blnghamton, N Y.
FACTOR V: llrundt. Pa,
Seali-il Sum r IB D
Can otitafn i
nl.. Ii-li o in isj
rdy "In. li ( Kill 'A I.N I.V. QI'KKI.V unci I'tllMA
NKKTLV carts all ro.-tut of ncrvnu ilebllity. Ut
manhooil, , Hut low, i trophy, uhyttciil wculnviH.
ate. aiiaioiUUHCNTAL IIElilCAL CU.,Chuea.