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TIIE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE -WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1894.
The Soianton Tribune's Pittston office, No. 8 South Main street, is in
charge of W. E. Tooke and J. .M Fahy, to whom complaints and news items
may be referred by any tubacriber. J
CITIZENS NOMINATE CANDIDATES.
An Enthusiastic Rally at Phoenix Hall
and Ita Work.
The meeting of the Citizens' Reform
movement at Phiuniz hall last evening
attracted a large attendance. The
meeting was called to order at 8 o'clock
by Chairman Benjamin Harding. Af
ter addressing, the meeting on the im
portance of the occasion be appointed
the following committeemen to make
up a ticket.
First ward, John Eicholtzsr, Thomas
Cody: Second ward, Scott Wagner,
Thomas Gill; Third ward, John Con
ntll. Howell Williams; Fourth ward,
John Snowen, Joseph Morris; Fifth
ward, John McDonnell, James (J tin
neu; Sixth ward, Stanley Crook, tVill
iam Abbot ; Seventh ward, Joseph Lof
tus, James Laur; Eighth ward, Roger
Hiues, James MeUale; Ninth ward,
John McNamara, William IDrury;
Tenth ward, E. R. Evans, Edward
Nolan; Elevonth ward, James Fitzpat
rick, George Dendle. The committee
after half an hour's deliberation, sub
mitted the following ticket which was
Burgess, Thomas Malouey; auditor,
Tallie Evaus; high constable, John
HineB; tax receiver, William Drury,
On motion of M, N. Donnelly the com
mittee was empowered to indorse all
candidates for ward offices that they
might deem advisable. After consid
erable desultory talk the mooting ad
journed to meet at the call of the chair
man. The meeting was a most harmmlom
one throughout. What was especially
noticeable was the large attendance of
the representative business men and
property owners of the town. The
placing in nomination of ward officers
vill be attended to in the near future.
DEMOCRATIC PRIMARIES HELD.
Staloney for Burgess Receives No Oppo
sition Other Result.
The Democratic primaries were held
yesterday and resulted in the election
of the following delegates who will
support Thomas Malonev for burgess :
First ward Martin Haley.
Second ward George Bentley.
Third ward Thomas Lung.
Fourth ward Frank Daley.
Fifth ward Uauiel Connell.
Sixth ward Martin Laughuoy.
Seventh ward J. C. Heap.
Eighth ward .
Ninth ward .
Tenth ward S. J. AicUale.
Eleventh ward Thomas Cnmmings.
As there are but eleven wards in the
borougu Mr. Malousy carried all but
The following: Democratic nomina
tions in the several wards where va
cancies are to be filled were made last
First ward School director, A. J. Mc
Cormack. becoud ward Council, A. J. Clifford;
school director, John Lyuott.
Third ward School director, M. J. Lan
gau; council, M. J. Lyuott.
Fourth ward Council, J. H. Tigue.
Fifth ward Council, John Gordon;
school director. Prank Tracey.
Eighth ward Council, George B. Heap;
school Director, Ales Uryden.
Ninth ward School director, John Mc
Namara; council, M. N. Donnelly.
John J. Jordan was indorsed by the
First, Second and Third wards for jus
tics of the peace, and M. Lyons, of the
Ninth ward, also for jnstice of the peace.
EX-BURGESS BARRETT OUT.
He Will Not Be a Candldat Against
Edward Barrett, who has been a
candidate for the office of bu rgss, sub
ject to the decision of the Democratic
borough convention, withdrew from
the fight yesterday in a published card.
In declining lie says
"After carefully considering the
situation, I have com to the conclusion
that I would not at present be a candi
date for the office of burgess of this
town. I became a candidate in the
first place with the understanding that
Mr. Maloney would not again seek the
office, and the positive assurance that
he is again an applicant for the position
causes my withdrawal. I yield to no
man in my desire for a pure and honest
administration of the affairs of this bor
ough. Had I decided to seek the office
of chief magistrate of tbe town it
would be with a definite plan for pub
lic improvement, and the correction of
any abuses that might exist. I take
no stock, however, in the wild rumors
that are being circulated about the
present inenmbents in office, and I hold
that it is wrong to besmirch the char
acters of public men without adequate
evidence. I sincerely thank my friends
for the support they have bo far given
BANK DIRECTORS ELECTED.
Both th Old Boards of Trustees Are Re
The annual election of directors by
the stockholders of the Miners' and
First National banks was held yester
day and resulted as follows:
First National Old board re-elected
as follows: Theodore Strong, Thomas
Ford, J. B. Law, S. M. Parke, John
A. Law, J. L. Cake, John Howell, C.
H. Foster, Thomas Waddell, E. J.
Evans, Tbe board will organize next
Miners' bank The old board of trus
tees were re-elected as follows: R. D.
L.icoe, J. L. McMillan, Andrew Bry
den, M. W. Morris, A. A. Bryden,
George Johnson, Thomas Maloney,
Alexander Craig, Thomas Mangau.
The trustees will meet today to elect
PITTSTON'S MINOR MENTION.
crushing it so badly that it had to be
amputated below the knee.
IS HE JOHNSON'S SLAYER?
William Wilburn Arreatcd and Held
Upon a Serious Chars;".
Wilkes Barre, Pa , Jan 9 It is
stated lure tonight in police circles
that William Wilburn has been ar
rested at Roanok. Va. He is the man
who murdered Contractor John John
son on the Laeka wanna railroad at
Hanover on Oct. 23.
Detective Whaleu and O'Brien left
here today for Richmond, Va., to get
the proper authority for extradition.
The prisoner will then be brought here
BURGLARS ROB A RAILROAD.
Parson Sta ion of the Lehigh Val
ley I Broken Into.
Wilkes-Barre, Jan. 9. Burglars
entered the Lehigh Valley railroad de
pot and freight station at Parsons
early this morning and secured a large
booty, taking with them a lot of tick
ets, money and mychandise.
Detectives are working on the csbs
Fronal Intelligence and Other Brevities
of Live News.
Among those most prominently men
tioned a available condidates for school
director to represent the Seventh ward
is M. W. Morris, of William street.
Mrs. J. H. Rleketts is slightly im
proved from her recent illness.
The week of prayer is observed by
the Luzerne Avenue Baptist chnrch.
George Hodgson, farmer from
Jenkins township, was brought before
'Squire Ebret yesterday morning on
ehargos'of assaultand adnltery.preferr
ed by Sadie Eaton, daughter of Hiram
Eaton, of the same place. The defend
ant was committed to connty jail to
await trial Late last night be was re
leased on 93,000 bail.
A West Side lad. Joseph Fletcher,
met with a serious aooideut at the Ste
vens colliery Monday, by jum ping on
a train of moving coal cars, which re
sulted in Fletcher being thrown off.
He fell nnder the ears, and his left leg
caught and four cars passed over it,
WANTS A NEW TRIAL.
Attorney Lenahan, for Banker Rocka
fellow, Takes an Appeal,
Wilkes-Barre, Jan. 9 John T.
Lenahan will go to Philadelphia on
Friday next to argue the F. V. Rocka
fellow case before the supreme court.
Judge Lyneh has -refused the fallen
banker another trial.
In thousands of cases the enro of a cough
is the preventive or consumption, ino
surest cough medicine in tht world is Dr.
Wood's Norwav Pine Svrnn. Sold bv all
dealers on u guarantee of satisfaction.
The Fad For Cozy Corners.
Everywhere nowadays one is confront
ed with schemes for the fitting up of cozy
corners and odd nooks. It is a fad in
furnishing that has certainly taken hold
among the fair sex, aud judging from
present indications will show no diminu
tion in the immediate future.
For this fashion we are undoubtedly
indebted to our English cousins, among
whom this feature in furnishing has at
tained even greater popularity than on
this side of the water. The English up
holsterer now sells tho "cozy corner"
us un article of furniture easily reuiov-
COZY CORNER FOB PARLOR OR HALL,
able from one house to another. These,
however, are rather too expensive for the
average purse, and therefore the person
having but a limited amount of money
to expend in this direction may be obliged
to study ways and means to obtain tho
result at a Smaller outlay. This, happily,
one can easily do by the choice of one of
the numerous schemes available for pro
duction by amateur effort. Such, for
instance, as the one here reproduced
from The Decorator and Furnisher,
which says: "There is one thing, how
ever, in the choice of a design that should
be kept in view, and that is to choose
something in keeping with the personal
ity of the mistress of the houso.
"One should never lose sight of the
question of utility, and remember that
satisfactory results are attainable only
by the judicious selection of the right
things for tho right place both as re
gards form and color and not by ft mul
tiplicity of objects thrown together hap
hazard. What in the most artistic
schemes of furnishing may appear to bo
unstudied carelessness is indeed the re
Btilt of the most profound study, re-enforced
of course by natural good tasto."
The Baker's II( lpet gives this formula:
Two and one-half pounds of sugar, 1
pounds of lard, 5 eggs, 2 ounces of 6oda,
2 quarts of molasses, 1 pint of water, 4
pound, of flour, 3 pounds of crumbs.
Make icing with eggs, with the addition
of a little cream of tartar. Make icing
quite thin, so as to spread easy, roll out
dough, spread icing over it and cut iu
small strips about H inch by 3 inches.
The cakes will spread and icing will
break on top like macaroons. Oven must
be moderate. Should icing not break
well, add more cream of tartar. A little
experimenting will make the prettiest
cookies ever made.
Business Houses of Pittston.
THE BALANCE OF OUR
At greatly reduced prices.
Articles of art
and utility. A few pict
ures will go
at HALF PRICE.
-3 NORTH MAIN ST.
Happy Thought Range
To keep tins in a state of dnzzling
brilliancy, wash them inside and out
with hot water and soda. Dry them and
rub the outside with a paste made of
whitening and water.
is liable to great
ance through sym
or Indigestion, often
causes It to palpi
tate in a distressing
way. Nervous Pros
tration, Debility aad
also cause its too
Many times, Spinal
Affeetions, cause it
to labor nnduly. Sufferers from such Nerv
ous Atfoctions often imagine themselves th
victims of organic heart disease.
AM. NERVOUS DISEASES, as Pa
ralysis, Locomotor Ataxia, Epilepsy, or
Fits, St. Vltus's Dance, Sleeplessness, Nerv
ous Prostration, Norvous Debility, Neural-
Sla, Melancholia and Kindred Ailments, are
eated as a specialty, with great success,
by the Staff o( the Invalirbv Hotel. For
Pamphlet, References, and Particulars, en
close 10 cents, in stamps for postage.
Address, World's Dispk.nbauy Midxcax
Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
s ;. ,. sap -
Wholesale and Retail.
BOGGLES 4 MAI lit
Music Hall Block.
Maa pinsT0N sxOYE CO.
JEW PHOTOGRAPH QALLBBT,
First-class Work, Superior Artist
CHILDREN'S PICTURES A SPECIALTY.
New Styles of Panel nnd Boudoir Picture,
unsurpassed. Cabinets gU.UO per dozen. Other
btylus t-qua ly inexpensive-.
W. 8. FRYER 14 SO. MAIN ST.,
If yru desire that tlio remains nf your
friend be well preserved, have Mr. Kirby do
your Undertaking, ,-is lie hue just r turned
frem tho U. H. Collcgo of Emtudming, New
York, where ho has lo irued tho latest Scien
tific Methods of Embalming, and Is now pro
pal ud to i xeeut s ad work in tko best manner,
very low prices.
A VERY URGE STOCkIFrHE FURNITURE
COMPLETE LINE OF FALL
CARPETS at lowest prices.
J. 13. KIRBY,
Odd Fellows Building, PHTSTON, PA.
The Strike Over
And other seasonable goods were tied up on the road and delivered to us now
These must be sold every article is marked with its lowest selling prioa in
plain figures. Wo will deduct an extra
Cash Discount of 20 Per Gent
Thus offering a grand variety of fine presents at prices invariably less than
cost 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 and useful.
Our annex is located on William street, next to our Millinery Department.
So the windows. They contain hundreds of dollurs worth of fine warea, such
as Quilts, Bed Spreads, Silk Umbrellas, Cnrtains, Linens and inauy other use
ful select articles. These constitute our
Annual Holiday Greeting
Every article is a presout to you if you patronize tho Pioneer Establishment of
warranted goods aud low prices, A. B. BROWN'S BEE HIVE.
Send your Linen
Plttston's only STEAM
LAUNDRY, nnd have it laun
, dried properly.
3-TA TOSTAL will bring our wagon
to yonr door
We will andean show you a larger stock than any other concern in this
section. Remember, we are MAKERS; the ordinary factory garment has no
room in our Cloak Department and as to prices, we invite comparison with
any concern in the laud and know we are the cheapest
A. B. BROWN'S BEE HIVE,
33 N, Main; 8, 10, 12 and 14 William St,
Winter Gloves and Underwear, mkett
Finest Line of Slippers
Ever Shown in Pittston.
Velvet, with Silk Embroidered Flowers, 44c. to $2.50.
O. P. & C. O. Shoe Co.
Atlantic Reining Go.
Manufacturers nnd Dealers in
Illuminating and Lubricating
Linsnod Oil, Nnpthas and Gaso
lines of all grades. Axle Grease,
Pinion Grease and Colliery Com
pound; also, a liir'o Hue of Par
railiuo Wax Candles.
We also handle tho Famous CROWN
ACME OIL, the only fninily safety
burning oil in the market.
WILLIAM MASON, Manager.
Offleo: Coal Exchange, Wyoming Ave.
to orks at Pino Brook.
MOOSIC POWDER CO,
Rooms 1 and 2 Commonwealth Bld'a
MINING and BLASTING
Made at the MOOSIO and HUSH
Lafllin & Rand Powder Co.'s
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Batteries, Fuse? for explod
ing blasts, Safety Fuse and
RepaunsChemical Co.'s High Explosives
European Dan. Flrst-olaas Bar nti lehed
Depot tor Unrulier Hugel's Tanutuoueur
E, Cor, 15th and Filler! St., Philada.
Most desirable for rosldonts of N i : Penn;
tylvania. All conveniences lor travelers
to and from Broad Btroet station and tho
Twelfth ami Market St re. a station. De
irable for visiting Kcrantoulaus aad peo
ple In the Anthracite Region,
MINING, BLASTING AND SPOHTINO
Manufactured at the Wnpwallopon Mills, Lu
zerne county I'n.. and at Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Audit for tho Wyoming District,
118 Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa.
Third National Bank Building.
TI10B. FOUD, Pittston. Pa.
JoHN 1! SMITH & SON; Plymouth. Pa.
K. to'. Ml'LLIUA Wilkos-Barre. Pa.
Agents for tho itepauno Ckoiuioal Com
pany's High Explosive.
AND DEALERS 'IN
Atlantic lead ami French Zinc,
Fure Unseed Oil,
Turpentine and Varnishes
Itoady-mlied Paints In all colors,
Furls White and Kalsmnlne,
Oil' Vitrei, Murble
Dust and Window Glass
AT It ! ;T A I L.
Coal of the test quality for domestic use,and
of all sizes, delivered iu any part of the city
at lowest price.
Orders loft nt my office.
NO. 118, WYOMING AVKNITR,
Rear room, first floor. Third National Bank,
or sent by mail or telephone to tho mine, will
receive prompt attention.
Bpeoial contracte will ho made for tho sale
and delivery of Buckwhoat L'oaJ.
WM. T. SMITE
IS THE BEST. Get prices and
see the furjince and be con
vinced. A full line of HEAT
ERS, Appello and Gauze Door
1'HYSM 1ANS AMI SDROKON8.
Dli. G. E. DEAN, Diseases of tho Eye, Nose
Tin oat and Ear, 6U4 bpruvo street, oppo
site court linus".
DR. A. J. LONNELL, Office 2U1 Washington
avenue, corner Spruce street, over
Frnncke's drug store. Residence, 722 Vine at.
Office hours! 10.30 to 12 a. m. and I U4 and
(i JO t.i ;.:) p. m. Sunday, 2 to li p. ni.
DRf W. E. ALLEN. Office cor. Lacka
wanna and Washington aves. : over Leon
ard shoe store; office hours, 10 to 12 a. m. and
11 to 4 p. m. ; evenings at residence, .'-1- N.
Washington avo. '
lH. I'. L rrKI0V, Practice limited to 1)1
XJ eases of the Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat;
office, 122 Wyoming avo. Residence, W Viue
1 li. I. M GATES, 110 Washington Avenn.
If Otlico hours, 8 toll a.m., 1.30 to 3 and 1
to 8 p.m.
JOHN L. WENT,, M IV. Offices W aud.-l
J Commonwealth building: residence "11
Madison avo: olMco hours, lo to 12, 2 to 1, 7 to
8; Sundays 2.80 to 4, eveuiuga at residence. A
specialty made of (Ureases of the eye, ear, nose
and thront and gynecology.
DR. G. li. MURRAY, s laity made on du
oases of eye and skm.212 Wyoming Ave.
OIHce hours: Until Id a m..2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p.m.
RS. 1JR.K1NG. 32UMl.'LUERKY STREET.
At GarbonuAli on Fridays of each week,
Af ISS to'ORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
1 and School, 412 Adams avenue, pupils
received at all times. Kali term will open
he- temher 4
DKH I ISTS.
' a LAUBACH, Surgeon Dentist, No, US
, yoming nve.
R. M. s'l'HATToN. office Coal Fx -Inn-
CTOP PAYING RENT. OWN YOUR
Ci heme. Monev to loan on easv monthly
i ayments. S. N. CALLEN'DER, Dime Bank
HOI I I.S AND KTAUltANT.
H 'HE to'ESTMINSTERi 217-210 Wyoming
J. ave. Rooms heated with steam: all mod
ern improvements. C M. Tin ma K. Prop.
ZIEULER'S HOTEL, 827 Lackawanna ave
nue, Scraukm. Rates reaaouablo.
9i Zikoi.eh, Proprietor.
U' ESTiilN&TER HOTEL.
W. G. SCHENCK, Manager.
Sixteenth street, one block east of Broadway,
at Union Square, New Y'ort
American plan. S3. So per day and upward.
CiOYNE HOUSE, European plan; good
rooms open day aud night. Bar sup.
piled with tho nest.
P. H. COYNE. Proprietor.
CJCRANTON HOUSE, near D L. & W. pas
5 seuger depot Conducted on the Europoan
plan. VICTOR Koch. Proprietor.
( HAND CENTRAL. The largest and best
' eqinppo I hotel in Allentowu, Pa. ; rates
2 and 2.oO per day.
Vic Ton D. BAnvrn. Proprietor.
AVIS ,V HOUPT, Architects. Rooms 24,
2S and 2 Commonwealth ti IU u. hcranton.
L. WA1.1EH. Architect, Library build
t ing. Wyoming avenue. Scranton.
L. BROWN. Arch B. Architect. Price
tmlldingi 12ri Washington Ave., Scranton.
VK'I lOlllNAllY SCBGEOMS,
J? STl'UGE, Veterinary Surgeon, Don
111. tistry a specialty: gold modalist of On
tario Yctorlnary College. Olllco. Summer's
livery, H20 Dix st.. near holler's carriage shop,
Tdejjhone No. 413.
T M. C RANCH'S Law and Collection oT
tJ . lice, No. 817 Spruce St., opKisito Forest
House, Scranton, Pa,; collections a specially
throughout Pennsylvania; reliablo correspond
ents in overy county.
"iKHSUFSis HAND, Attorneys anil Counsel-
I lots at Law, Commonwealth building,
Washington avo. W. H. JBMOP,
HoitACK E. H.tNn,
W. H. Jkhsdp, Jr.
IXriLLARD. WARBBN A KNAPP. Attor
VV ncys and. Counselor at Law, Ropublicau
building, Washington ave.. Sci anton. Pa.
Patterson .v WILCOX Attorneys ami
r Counsellors at Law; olllcus i and 8 library
building, Uoiunton, Fa.
RpfWBUi n. FATTinsioH.
W li.i.i am A. Wilcox.
LFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND, At
tornevs and Counsellors, Commonwealth
building. Rooms ID, 20 and 21.
I HANK T. OKcLL, Attorney at Law. Room
I ft. Coal Exchange, Scranton, Pa.
MILTON W. I.OWRY, , Atfy-s 227 Wsslimg
c. ll Yon STORCH, I ton av , O. H Square
I AMES W. OAKPORD, Attornev at Law,
I room 88, 84 nd 68, OomaonwcMth h'ly,
QAMUEL W. EDO A It. Attorney at Law.
II Office, .'117 Sni-ucest.. Scruntoii. Pa.
T A. WATRB8, Attornoy at Law. 421
I i. Lackawanna anc.. Scranton. Pa.
P P. SMITH. Coansellor at Law. Office.
I . rooms 51, al, ftti Ceiuuionwealtli building
C R. PITCHER, Attorney at Law, Com
monwealth biiUaing. Soraiitou, P.
C. COMEGYS, Ml Spruce st
DB. HKPLOGLE, Attorney-Loans nego-
tiatod on real estate security. 40s Spruce.
BY. KILL AM, Attornev at Law, 120 Wy
onilng avenue, Scranton.
HAVE YOUR DEEDS AND MORTGAGES
written and acknowledged by J. W.
BROWNING. Attorney aud Notary Public, W
The Tribune I
'CHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA, Scran
ton, Pa., prennres boys and girls foroollM
business- thoroughly trains young chililroa
Catalogue at request.
KKV. THOMAS M. CANS,
Waltick H. Buell.
HORTON D. SWAHTS WHOLESALE
lumber, tt and Dime Bank building,
MKGARGEE BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
supplies, envelogies, papor bags, twine.
Warehouse, 130 Washington ave, Scranton.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA - MUSIO FOR
1) balls, picnics, partloa, receptions, wed
dings nnd ooncett work furnished. For terms
adijreiw K. ,T. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyoming
ave., over Hnlbort's music store.
rZ8A FINN SONS, buildors ahd contrac
Jj tors. Yards: Corner Olive st. and Adams
ave. ; corner Ash st. and Penn ave., Scranton.
Gil. CLARK A CO., Seedsmen, Florists
and Nurserymen: store 1411 Washington
avenue; green house,13jJ North Main avenue;
store telephone 7S2.
GRAND UNION TEA CO.. Jones Bros.
WIRE M KERNS.
OS. KUETTEL, 6lfl Lnckawanua avenu
Scranton. Pa., inunnfr of Wire Screens.
E. Robinson's Sons1
Manufacturers of the Celebrated
100,000 Bbls. Per Annum,
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF ft J.
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthraclto coal used exclusiyoly, insuring
cleanliness aud comfort.
TIME TABLE IN IfnO! DEtt 21, 1891
Trnin 1,.avn s. r .. . .tt,
. " I? iMr 1 ItWUOIl. W11K05-
j,r4-e 7 m '91 U-f "' m - l2-..O0l
f.0; 2.00, V.ltl p. nT Duuua w
ror Aiiantic City, 8.10 a.m.
For New York . .i t, ......
,,.rt n r i.i 7m . uxaooin, B4J
,..Zt V ,i Si, "i"BSS Willi HUtlet
parlor car), 3.30 (express) p.m. Sunday, tOO
Fob Malth Chunk, Allentown, Bethi.s
wn' .riST(.,''?-a,!d Philadelphia. 8.10 a.m..
8.1F0OLmUNi?.:feC,, 0CEAN GB0V' eta-
a t $' 1'obanon ."f"1 Harrisburg. via
uav, H.0J p.m.
Jior Pottavillo. 8.10 a. m.. 12.30 p.m.
'')' i , u 1. -, - . N.' . . V .,.1 ..it 11
re?-2fOTM,BlTr, at 8.44 (express) a. in..
1.1 n. 1 H11 in ...... 1 ' . .
. v- k' .i.tu euuui parlor
car) p.m. Sunday, 4.30 a.m.
t.eave rniMaanmu Keacnng rermlnal, 8.49
a. m., :.ti and l.;iij p. m. Sunday, 11 'H a.m.
1 lirougn tickets to all points iit lowest rates
may bo had on application in advance to the
ncaei agout at tho station.
H. P. BALDWIN,
J- H. OLHAUSEN, '
JEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD.
Trains leave Scrantou for Philadelphia and
Now York tU fi, H. R. R. at (8 a. m., uo
TOnnec-tlon for New York), 1I.U), 2.38 and tLtt
Leave SiTanton for Pittston and Wilkos
Barre via D.. L. & W. R. R., 8.08 n oy m
1.84, 3..W, 0.0,-, 0.38 p.m. '
Leave Scranton for White Haven.Hazlotoa,
Pottsvillo nnd all points on tho Beaver
Meadow and Pottsvillo branches, via D AH
R. It. at 8 tt.m, 12.10. 2.38, 4.16 p.m.. via D L &
W. R. B..8.W 1120 a.m., l..V,,Wp m.
Lonve Scront.511 for Bethlehem. Enston
Reading. Harrisburg and all intermediate
points via D. & H. R. R 8 a.m. U.10, 2.: p m
via D., L, ti W. R. R., 8.08, 11.20 a. m.. iM,
Leave Scranton for Tunkhannock.Towanrla,
Elmlra. Ithaca. Geneva and all iutermediaU
poiut-i via D. & H. H. R , L28 and UM p. m..
via D- L. & W. R.R., MO a.m., LSB p.m.
Leave Scranton for Rochester, Buffalo,
Niagara Falls, Detroit. Chicago and nil point
west via D. & II. R. R.. 1.2.0, 11.38 p. m , via
D.. L. & W. R. R. and Pittston Junction id 60
a. m, for Buffalo only), 1.3.5 p.m., via E. & W.
R. R.. 4.10 p.m.
For Elmlra and the west via Salamanca. vH
D. A- II. R. R. at 0.15 p.m., via D., L. & W. R.
K., 6, K50 a ni anil 6.07 p.m.
Pullman parlor und sleeping or L. V. chair
cars on all trains between L. & B. Junction or
Wilkos-Barre, and New ork, Philadelphia,
Buffalo and Suspension Bridge
ROLLIN H. WILBUR, Gen. Supt. East Div.
CHAS. S. LEE.Uen.Pan. Ag't, Phil., Pa.
A.W. NONNEMACHER.Ass't lion. Fass.Ag't,
South Bethlehem, Pa.
DELAWARE AND HUD
Commencing May 2H.18i
trains will run as follow:
Trains leave Bridge Street
ton, Wilkes-Barre, etc.8.110,
0.07, 9.37, 10.42 a. m. 1210.
1.34, 2.38. 4.16, 5.15, 0.15,0.15,
and 11.35 p. m.
For New York and Phila
delphia, 8.00 a m .12.10, 1.25.
2.38, 4 10 and 11 30 p. in.
Fur Honesdale (from Delaware. Lackawanna
and Western depot), 7.00, 8.30. 10.10 a.m., 12 00
m.. 2.17, 5.10 p. m.
For Cirlsjiidalo and Intermediate stations.
C.40, 7.00, 8.30, 10.10 a.m.. 12 00 m., 217, 3. 25, 5.10,
6,10 and 0.:5 p. m. ; from Bridge Street Depot,
tUI a. m.. 7.1U and 11.35 p. m.
Fast express to Albany. Saratoga, tho Adi
rondack Mountains, Boston aud New England
points, 5.40 a. m., arriving at Albany 1244,
Saratoga 220 p. in., and leaving Scranton at 3
p. 111., arriving at Albany at 8.50 p. in., Sara
toga, 12.55 a. m , and Boston 7.00 a. m.
Tho only direct route lietwcen tho cosl
fields and Boston, "Tho Lesdtng Tourist'
Route of America" to tho Adirondack Moun
tain resorts. Lak-.-s Georgo and Cbnmplaiu,
Time tables showing local and through train
service between stations on all divisions Dela
ware nnd Hudson system, may be obtained at
all Delaware and Hudson ticket offices.
H. G. YOUNG. J. W. BURDICK,
Second Vice President. Gen. Puss. Agt
DELAWARE. LACKAWANNA AND
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Express
for New York and all points East, LMLUt,
6.15. 8.00 and 0.50 a. m.; 12.55 and 3.50 p. m
Express tor Easton, Trenton. Philadelphia
and tho South, 5.15, 8.00 und 0 50 a. in.; 12.55
and 't.50 p. m.
Washington and way stations, 2.40 p. m,
Tobhanna accommodation, ti.10 p. m.
Express for Hingbsmtou. Cw.go. Elmira,
Corning, Bath, Dansville, Mi unt Morris aud
Buffalo, 12 10, 2.15 a. m. and 1.24 p. m., making
close connection at Buffalo to all points m
the West. Northwest and Southwest.
Buffalo ROrommodatioc 8.00 a. m.
Bingham ton and w ay stations, 12 p. m.
NlcnolMll and way st;itions.5 45p. m.
Binghaintcn and r linira Express, U.U5 p. m.
Express lor Cortland, Syracuse, Oswego,
Utica and Kitchfield Springs, 2 15 a. m. and
1.24 n. m.
Ithaca. "15 and 0.00 a m. and 1.24 p. m.
for N rlhumheriand, Pittston, Wilkes-Bsrra,
Plymouth, BlOOinsbtVg and Danville, making
1 los - 1 1 u leotiOOS at Northumberland for Wil
liamsport. Harrisburg, Baltimore, Washington
und tne south.
Ci orthomberlara and intermediate stationi,
COn. 0.50 a. m. and 1. 0 and 0.07 p, ni.
Nanti'-oKo ami intermediate stations, aol
and 1120 ...111. Plymouth and intermediate
stations. 3 50 and 9 88 p.m.
PuUmau parlor and sleeping coaches on all
l or detailed information,pncket time tables,
etc, apply to M. L. smith, city ticket office,
328 Lacliuwaniia avenue, or depot ticket office.
XTEW YORK, ONTARIO AND WESTERN
i Railroad. Scranton Division. Time table
in effect Nov 19. 1893.
Trains leavo Scranton for Carbondale:
6.5(1, 8.30. 11.05 a.m., 4.50, 6.10, p.m.
For Haucock Junction and main connections
11.05 a. in. 11. Ill p.m.
Trains leavo Hancock Junction for main
line connection for Scranton: 0.00 a, m. 2.05
Trai'lM leave Carbondalo for Scranton 7.21
t'.45, a. m. 1.10,3 34, 6.15 p. m.
J. C ANDERSON,
General Passenger Agout, Now York.
District Passenger Agent, Scranton,
.TRIE AND WYOMING VALLEY RAIL
Pm(m leuve S.-rnntiin for New ork and IDs
tornicdlate oints on the Erie and llnwley and
local points at (LOS, 9 45 a. 111. and 2,24 p. in.
Trains leaving at 0.45 a m. and 3.21 p. 111.
aro through trains to aud from Houesdalo.
Trains leave for Wilkes-Barroat 0.40 a. m. and
3.41 p. m.
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