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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE -TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY, 16, 1894.
LIVE NEWS OF
Events of the Upper End of Luzerne County
CELEBRATED THISTLE BAND DIES
Lack of Interests Leads to the Dis
banding of a Musical Organization
Having a History Covering a Round
Score of Years Mrs. John M. Law
Stricken by Paralysis William
Drury Declines Tax Collectorship
Nomination Other News of the
Thk Sckantun Thim-se's Pittston de
partment is in c.harg;e of J. 11. Fuliy, to
wlioin now items aud complaints may bo
Ou nZt Thursday the Thistle baud,
winch hat been in existence for tint
past twenty years, will disband. Dur
tag the last year, a lack of interest
among the members has manifested it
self until only a fow members remain.
Some week ano a committee of old
members, consisting of Job.0. Thomns,
Alex aud Orsurgje Haiti, Gilbert Alex
ander and Aaron Bone, were appoint
ed to take the matter in hand and as
certain if louiu means could uot be de
vised to prevent the fumoUl baud from
going to pieces, Their effort! prove I
unsuccessful, liowov.tr. They lust
Saturday eveniug uud decide 1 to dis
band at the next regular meeting next
After the disbaudment. uxt Thurs
day uveniug. uu effort will be ma le to
reorganize it. It is the intention to
prepare a new charter, omitting the
clause debarring all except Scotch from
"A Study in .Scarlet."
STRICKEN WITH PARALYSIS.
John M. Liw, of Wat Pittstnn, Is
While engaged in performing her
household duties yesterday Mrs. John
M. Law, of Luzerne aveuue, was
stricken with paralysis. The shock
took effect in the left side.
Drs Hartman and Dively were sum
moned aud found the entire side of the
lady powerless. Her condition is re
garded as . ; t serious.
MR. DRURY WITHDRAWS.
Business Causes Him to Decline Nomi
nation of Tax Collector.
William Drury, the well known and
highly esteemed storekeeper, has sent
letter to the citizens' committee in
which he declines to be a candidate for
tax collector at the coming Febuary
election. Mr. Drury assigns for his
reason want of time to attend to the
duties of the office if elected.
It is not known whose name will be
placed on tha ticket at the present
time in place of Mr. Drury 's.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for Tuts
Bruises, Soros, Ulcers, Salt Rlientn, Fever
Korea, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and all Skin Eruptions, aud posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price U5 cents per
box. For sale by Matthews Bros.
MINOR PITTSTON POINTERS.
Events of a Day Chronicled in Crisp
and Newsy Notes.
George B. Reap still continues quite
ill. His temperature yesterday regis
tered 102 degree. His many friends
are very uneasy regarding his condi
tion, and hope it will be but a short
time until he is again fully restored to
Mrs. Andrew Fritz, of Reynolds
treet, Hamtown, died Sunday from an
attack of grip She was sick bnt five
days. Sae was aged 43 years aud
leaves a husband and six children to
mourn her death. She was born in
She was a member of St. Peter's Luth
eran church, of Hamtown. The funeral
will occur this afternoou. Services
will be hold at St. Peter's Lutheran
church, conducted by Rsv. E. F. Ktt
win, and interment will bo in Ham
One of the largest and most select
audiences that has ever appeared in
Music hall assembled last evening to
witness Lwis Morrison and hii ex;el
lent company in "Faust." The pro
duction was faultless in every particu
lar and a better pleased audience never
left the hall. Mr. Morrison improves
with each succeeding performance.
His support was all that could be de
aired. Lincoln Carter's "Tornado" will be
the attraction at Music hall this even
ing. Mrs. John T. Lenahan, of Wilk-s
Barre, will entertain her friends this
evening with a card party. Among
those who expsct to attend from here
nre James L Morris, J. William Mor
ris. Miss Bina Fay, Miss Mulligan and
Mr. and Mrs. Klwar.l Barrett.
Home time between Satniday night
and Sunday morning thieves gained
entrance to the Eagle Hotel, broke
open the money drawer in the office
desk, and carried off the contents, be
tween $G0 and $70 The money is usn
nlly placed in the safe by Night Clerk
Knoll before retiring, but ho did not do
this Saturday night. The windows
and doon showed no signs of having
been tampered with, and the theory is
that the thief or tnieves fitted a false
key to one of the doors. No trace of
the thieves has yet been discovered.
Miss Clark, of Scrnnton, was the
iiueat of Miss Reap, of William street,
John F. Everhart, of Philadelphia, is
passing a few weeks among friends in
this place. He is stopping at the Eagle
Ed. Rntledge, of the firm of Benedict
& Rntledge, left yesterday for New
York, on a bnsiness trip.
Mire May Crnser, saleslady at Music
hall book store, is able to be about her
duties, after a week's illness of the
E. A. Nolan, of Railroad street, left
yesterday to spend several days with
friends in New York.
A new steam fire alarm whistle, to
take the place of the one in use at the
Electric Light works the past few
months, arrived in town yesterday, aud
will be ready for service by Thursday.
The new whistle is recommended as
being all that could be desired. It if
what is known as the "group" whis
tle. Quinsy troubled me for twenty years.
Since I started using Dr.Thomas' Eolectric
Oil, have not had an attack. The oil cures
sore throat at once. Mrs. Letta Conrad,
Btandish, Mich., Oot. 24, 188a
"A Stndy in Scarlet."
Is the Cellar Clean?
A writer in the. New York Tribune
cautions inexperienced housekeepers con
cerning the importunce of cleanliness in
every department of the house as a sani
tary necessity. He says:
Many a careful young mother who
guards hor little ones with the most jeal
ous cure, and who oversees every detuil
connected with their well being, would
be greatly surprised if she were told that
if she would give less ultentiou to tho
nursery and more to the cellar, for in
stance, her children would have fewer
colds nnd sore throats.
How many of our young dames, wo
wonder, visit daily all the underground
portions of their houses, the dark closets,
the passageways and, above all, the cel
lur? And yet it is just those places that
may affect the air of the whole house.
The plumbing and drainage of the dwell
ing in the basement are of the greatest
importunce, and bud air in the cellar
may cause unpleasant throat troubles
during the entire winter. It behooves
every housekeeper, therefore, to see that
the cellar is kept with as scrupulous care
as the drawing room.
In the first place it should be white
Washed every year. Lime in itself "is a
disinfectant, and it makes it much
cleaner and lighter. Any servant can
Whitewash With B suitable brush, and
the whitewash itself is easily made in
the following way: Put 2 quarts of un
slaked lime in uu old tub. Pour a tea
kettleful of boiling water on it and clap
a cover Immediately over the tub. When
cold, add enough water to make it of tho
consistency of milk, a little bluing and
a handful of salt and beat it well. The
windows in the cellar should be washed
frequently, and on every fine, sunshiny
day let them stand open an hour or so.
The floor, too, must bo cleaned two or
three times dating the winter, and if the
cement is broken it should be tilled in.
A well ventilated, clean cellar is of the
first importance, and yet it is generally
the last thing considered.
DEATH OF JOHN BISHOP.
He Was a Musician of Unusual Promin
ence and Promise.
Sjiecial to the Scrnnton Tribune.
Cakuondale, Pa.. Jan. 15. Soon af
ter 5 o'clock this afternoon, death
came to relieve the suffering of John
Bishop, sou of Mr and Mrs. George
Pishnp, of South Maiu street. Mr.
Bishop had been iu ill health for a long
He was a member of the Mozatt
band andTIessler's orchestra, nnd as n
musician his talent was more than
ordinary. Notice of funeral will be
Simple Cure For u Couch.
This old tunc cure is not to be de
spised because it is simple and within
the reach of all: Slice three or four
onions ou a shallow plate, pour over
them half a cupful of sugar, cover with
another plate, place ou the back of the
stove and let them simmer until cooked.
Eat the preserved onions instead of sup
per, and repeat next day if the cough is
A ling Tor Soiled Linen.
A very pretty bag for soiled linen,
dress pieces or other use may be made
of two checked towels. Modern Priscil
la tells bow to decorate it: The squares
f " " vf 9iV, '
CONVENIENT AND PRETTY.
are embroidered in crewel, with tiny fig
ures in cross stitch, and the seams are
feather stitched. The bag is turned over
at. the top to form a frill, through which
drawstrings are run. Pornpons of crew
el finish the bug.
linked Apple Dumpling.
One quart flour, 2 teaapoonfuli baking
powder, atablcspoonful powdered sugar,
a pinch of salt. Sift together and rub a
large tablespoonfnl of butter, add a
beaten egg and a half pint of milk;
mix quickly, roll a half inch thick, cut
in 4 inch squares. Put on tho center of
each a large spoonful of chopped apple
mixed witli sugar and cinnamon, fold
over tho corners to meet in tho center,
crowd closely together in a shallow pan
and bake in a hot oven.
Drain a quart of oysters and pltupi
them by beating a tablespoonfttl of 1.
ter in a frying pan until hot, and tin u
spread the oysters on the bottom and
turn carefully to plump both sides.
Take out the oysters with a skimmer and
add a heaping tablespoonfnl of butter, a
saltspoonful of salt, half a one of pep
per, the same of ground mace and a
Sprinkle of nutmeg. When the mixture
boils, thicken it with n tablespoonfnl of
flour wet in cold water; stir until smooth
and add the oysters. Butter a pudding
dish, and when the oysters have boiled
pour them into it , and cover the top with
fine bread crumbs that have been well
seasoned with butter, pepper and salt.
Bake in a hot oven until nicely browned.
Some prefer celery salt to mace and nut
meg for seasoning, or both can bo omit
ted if preferred. .
An Inexpensive Hug.
A cheap and pretty rug is made of
pieces of carpet, such as may bo pur
chased at slight cost at almost any car
pet factory. In the center of a piece of
canvas H yards long and three-fourths
of a yard wide place a 10 inch square of
tho carpet, sewing it on firmly. In the
corners of the square put small half
squares, having tho opposite corners
match. Tho rest may be filled out with
half squares of any desirable size. Bind
the imIl"'S with braid.
follow Rood health
while low spirits,
ed memory, mortise,
or lrrlinblo temper,
Tear oi impend
ing calamity and
a thousand ami
on o tie run go
ments of body
and miiel. result
tices, often Indulged
In by the young,
through Imeribos of
their ruinous conse
quences. Nervous debil
ity, nnd loss ol' rusnly
result from such unnatural habits.
To reach, reclaim and restore such unfortu
nate to health and happiness, Is the aim of an
association of medical gentlemen, who have
prepared a treatise, written in plain but chaste
languago and treating of the nature, symp
toms uud curability, by buniu treatment, of
A copy of this useful book will, on receipt
of this notice, with 10 cants In stamps, for
postage, be mulled securely sealed In a plain
envelope. Address. Wohi.ii's Dircknsaky
UioucAt, Association, Bullalo, N. Y.
W '. , a WrtT
a?ci i t mr
I write tlint yon may know
the go si 1 have received from
B. B. B. I was all out of
health and suffering; with con
stipation and biliousness. 1
tried other medicines, but
tiny failed In do any good.
At fust I taught a buttle of B.
B. II. uud before 1 hud tiled it
nil 1 woul to wrU an well as
ever. Ous Nkijion,
HE DUTHEIL STUDIO,
OIK LACKAWANNA AVENUE,
OIU M KAYl'lIN, PA.
Laving made contract with
O LJ frame factory to turn Out 1,000
& rT from s between now and Otar it
mas. I wish koannonnoe tothe pub-
550JS liothat I will make a UKNUTNE
CRAYON PoRTKAI," conic 1 !mm
anv small one ABSOLUTELY FREE OV
LATEST NTVI.CS OF PRAMK8 HtllM
an ."o upward.
Frames iiO pur cent, loss than regular price
' K DUTHEIL, Artist.
Eureka Laundry Co.
Cor. Linden St. and Adams Ave.
Court House Sqi-aiie.
All kinds of Laundry work guaranteed
We have placed on sale
our line of Ginghams for the
coming spring and summer.
Finer Goods, More Tasteful
Colorings and Lower Prices
than ever before, are what
will recommend them to our'
Coal of the best quality for domestic use, and
of all sizes, di livorud iu uiiy part of the city
at I.. west price.
Urdom felt at my ofhVo.
NO. 1 18, WYOMING AVENUE,
Rear room, first floor. Third National Bank,
or sent by mail or telephoue to tho mine, will
receive prompt attention.
Bpeclai contract! will be matlofor tho sale
and delivery of Buckwheat CoaL
WM. T. SMITH.
buy THE TRIBUNE
Jiiljjj' .( 11 y """
from the A. V. JViotoie, A'or. 1.1S03.
"Chicacio, Oct 31. Fhe first official
announcement of World's Fair di
plomas on Hour lias been made. A
modal bas been awarded by the
World's Fair judges to the flour manu
factured by the Washburn, Crosby Co ,
in the great Washburn Flour Mills,
Minneapolis. The committee reports
the tlonr strong nnd pure, and entitles
it to rank as first-class patent flour for
fumily uud bakers' use."
V IIOI.I .n AGENTS.
SUPERLATIVE AND GOLD MEDAL
The nbovo brands of flour can be had at nny of the following merchants
who will accept THE TRIBUNE FLOUR COUPON of 85 ou euch one hundred pounds'
of flour or 50 on each burrel of Hour.
Scrnnton -F. P. Prion, Washington aveuue,
Gold Medal Brand.
Hyde Park Carson A Davis, Washburn St.
Gold Medal Br anil; Joseph A. llears.Maiu
avenue, Superlative Brand.
Green Ridge- AL.8pencer.Groli1 Medal Brand.
Dunmoro F. I". Price, Gnld Medal Brand.
Olyphunt lames .Ionian, Superlative Brand.
Dtininnre-F. II Mauley. Superlative Brand.
Providence Fenner & Ohappejl N Main ave
nue. Hnpcriativo brand ;U .1 CHUespie, W.
Market street, Gold Medal Brand.
PeckYlUe Bhaffer & Reiser, Suporlative
Jermyu C. u. Winters & Co. Superalutivo
C'arbondalo-n. S. Clark, Gold Medal Brand.
lloncsdalii-J. N. Foster Jc Co. Gold Medal
Honetdale W.P. Srhenrk .Superlative Brand
Dalton-S. E. Finn & Sen, Gobi Medal Brand
Gntiltishoro- K A. AdauiH, Gold Medal Brand
I'oliynanna Tnliylianua & Lehigh Lumlm
Co., Guld Medal Brand.
The Strike Over
THE GREATEST NOVELTY OF THE AGE.
Valuable as a Souvenir of tho Fair.
QUITE BAM WHEN YOU KNOW HOW
saoo in PRIZED will ni: distiiihutki) to tiiosk doing thk
PUZZLE IN Till; SHORTEST SPACE OF TIME
FOR BALE ItY ALL NKWS COMPANIES. STATIONERS AND AT toy
STORES, Olt HI'INT TO ANY ADDltKSS l l'ON ItKCKII'T OV
PRICE, 25 CENTS, BY
COLUMBIA MANUFACTURING CO.,
IIS AND 114 SOUTH KUTAW STREET, HALTIMOKLJ, Ml).
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
And other seasonable articles were tied up on the road and delivered to us now
These must be sold every article is marked with its lowest selling pricj in
piiuu tijrurcs Wo will deduct an extra
Gash Discount of 20 Per Cent.
Thus offering a grand variety of tine presents at priosa invariably less than
cost of transportation or manufacture.
Cash is king you dear 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 piee of art, ornamental uud useful.
Our annex is located on William street, next to our Millinery Department.
See the windows. They contain hundreds of dollars worth of fine waroi, sush
as Quilts, Bed Spreads, Silk Umbrellas, Curtains, Linens and minv other ujs-
ful select articles. These constitute our
List of of Rare Bargains
Kvery article is a preient to you if you patronize tho Pioneer Establishment of
warranted goods aud low prices, A. 15. BROWN'S BEE HIVE.
The only aafe, euro and
reliable Female FILL
ever offered to Ladioe,
ed to married Ladies.
... A air fni, Tin MnTT'fl numilTlr. VTT.T.R and tnka ,!,..
.-?tT Send for oircular. Price $1.00 MI buz 0 boxes for .".ooi
DK MOITH CHEMIOAIj CO., - Clevoluud, Ohio.
lor Sule by C. M. IIAUKIS, Drug-gUt, 11 leun Avenue.
We will and can show you a larger Hock than any other concern in this
section, ltemun'ier, we are MAKKUS; the ordinary factory garment has no
room iu our Cloak I).'parinnnt and as to prices, we iuviti comparison with
any concern in the land aud know we are the cheapest
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF 11
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coal usoi cxclusivily, insuring
cleanliness and ('unuTurt.
tiju: taiili; in nnwi Diatl, isai.
Trains leave Scranton tor Pittnton, Wilkes-
.:!rr-u,.ut--,-Rt,i!-1"' u 11 . m., i'i:m. .00.
tw,SUlo"nf P- '"-.
Kor Atlantic City, 8.10 a, m.
fur New York, Noivnrk ami Elizabeth, 8.10
aX.Wfc,,S- " ' Buffet
pallor can, J.JO (exprets; p. ni. Sunday, !.'.U0
hf" FJ!At (k f''!'i;VK' A, u"" . ni.Tin.r..
a ., , , . V 1 1 11 II I A, O.IIJ U. 111..
sumlav, lOOjp. m. v'
For Li Men nMiM n.
8.10a. Yn.; llM ii. in ' "c- "
ror ueadiiiB. l.ubanun ami HarrisburE. via
Allentawn. aiA a , lean mi .....
fjjg , I P-". Dunuuy,
ror fotuvuie, K.ioa. to,, n:M) p m.
Ktlurnlnu. leave .New V,,ik. foot of Liberty
1.10, 1.8D, (expre.in with Buffet parlor oarj
p. m. Bunday. .i a. m.
Vl,'ao'J,'h:1V1.''l,,hia' Keadiat- Terminal, 8.1)
a. in., tOO ami 1 11 i p, ,, Kunilay. (1-7 a. in.
Ihroujili tickets t aM point al lowest rates
may De had on application la advanoe to the
ticket agent at ih) itatli n.
11 r iiai.I)vi,
J. H. OI.HOUSEM. n--Agent.
33 N. Main; 8, 10, 12 and 14 William St,
PHV81I 1ANS AM BUROKONS
DK. tl. K. I )K A .N. liiseasesnf the Eye, Nnse
Tin oat and Eur, Uj bpruco Itrtet oppo
site court housa
lli. A. J. CONNELL, Olti.-o au WaBhmnton
JL avenue, corner hipruee street, over
Krancke'H drug stora Residence Ti" Vine st.
Offloe hours: 11X80 to U a m, and I tot uui
t.ao to T..'W p. m. Sunday, I! to J p. m.
Di'.. W. E ALLEN. Office tor. Lacks
wanna and Washintrtou aves. : over Leon
ard shoe store; office hours, 10 to 1L' a. m. and
3 to 4 p. m.; t-veumfc-a at residence, 512 N.
Tlh-t'. L EUEY. Practice limile.l to Hit
1' eases ot the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat;
office, Yii Wyoming ave. lteaideuoe, iiH Vine
DU. L.ii. GATES, Uu Washinnton Avcnui.
Office hours, 8 to K a.iu., .M to i and 7
to s p.m.
10IIN L. WENTZ, M. 1), Offices la and it
tJ (omnionwealth building; residence Til
Madisonavo; offlcs huurs. 10 to 12, 2 to 1, 7 to
8; Sundays 2.30 to 4. evi uinirs st residence. A
specialty made ot diseases ot the eye, ear. nosj
and throat and iryneoology.
nli. (1. 11. ML Hit AY, specialty made on dis
eases f eye nnd 6km. 'JT! Wyoming Ave.
OttlcB hours: t'ntil 10 a m 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p.m.
HS. DRKIMCT fa) MULBERRY STREET
il At Carboudiiltt on Fridays of each wo-k.
V K I E It I N A It V S I It C. EONS
1? HTl'KOE, Veterinary Suriroon, Don
X j . tistry a specialty: gold modslist of On
tarlo Veterinary College. Office. Summer'i
livery. 3211 Hi! St.. near Keller's carriage shop
Telephone No. 413.
LA II I. Ii.
1 M C. ItANt'K S Law and Collection ,.f
J . flee, No. 817 Spruce St., opposite Forest
House, Si-ranton, f'a, ; collections a specialty
throiiuhoiit Pennsylvania; reliable correspond
fnts in every county.
lESSUi'SJc II A.N l, Attorneys and Counsel"
tl lorn nt Law. Commonwealth building,
Washington avo. W. H. Jiastrr,
gORAOI E IlANn.
W. II Jessup. Jr.
U'lLI.AHD. WARREN KNA1T, Attor
ncys snl Counselors nt Law, Htpubllcan
huildinif, Wnshintnn ave.. Scranton. l'a.
MATTERSON A- WILCOX. Attoruevs an I
X C'liiiist llors at Law; offices (i uud 8 Library
building, bcrauton, Pa.
ltOBWEI.I, II. rATTlllSOB.
William A. Wilcox.
ALFRED HAND. WILLIAM .1 HANI). At
torneys nnd Counsellors, Commonwealth
buililnr: Konms HI. 20 and 21.
l.iRANK T OKr.LL, Attorney at Law. Room
J ft. c,sil Eiehniipe. Borantoa, Pa.
MILTON W. LQWRY, I Atfys, 227 Wsshing
c. II. von stoRcii. I ton av C B. squan
I AMI'S W. OAKI'OKI), Attorney at Law.
I rooms 811, M nnd (fi, Comnionweal
AVIS & HOUPT, Arclilteets. Rooms 21,
2', nnd 2t; Cominonwealtli ti' ll"c Scranton.
,i 1. WALTER Architect, Library "build
J inir. Wyottting avenue. Scranton.
' L. BROWN. Arch B. Architect, Price
ljui.ditig.12tl Washington Ave., Scrnnton.
HORTON D. B WARTS- WHOLESALE
lumber, 8 aud 0 Dime bank building
I I i iARUEE BKOTHEKH, PRINTERS'
1V1 supplies, envelopes, pupor hags, twine.
Wurehuuse, 130 Washington uve., Scrnnton.
1JAUER S ORCHESTRA - MUSIC FOR
Xj bails, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
diners and concert work furnished. For term,
sddro R. J. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyoming
nve, over Hulbert's nmsic tore.
V?ZiiA FINN A: SONS, builders and rontrac
Ij tors. Y'ards: Corner Olive st. and Adams
ave.; corner Asb st. and Penn ave., Scranton.
8 E Kits.
GR. CLARK & CO., SeoJsmen, Florists
and Nurserymen; store 140 Washington
svenue; green house, lift) North Muiu avenue;
store telephone 782
GRAND L NlON TEA Co.. Jam s llr,,
WIRE ( RE I NS.
I OS. KCT.TTEL, bii Lnckawanna avenui,
I Scranton, Pa., manuf'r of Wire Screens.
IS THE BEST. Get prices anil
tee the furnace and be con
vinced. A full line of HEAT
ERS, Appello and Uauzj Door
C AMI' EL W. EDtlAR, Attorney st Law.
t Office. III? Spruce st , Scranton, l'a.
1 A. WATRES, Attorney at Law. 423
I J. Lackawnnna sue.. Scrniitnn. l'a
P I'. SMITH, Counsellor at Law. Office,
I . rooms M. S rsl Cniiminnwi'stth buildimi
t R PITCHER. Attorney nt Law, Com
' . men wealth builning. Sersnton. l'a
1'. COMEUYB. Ml Sprnce at
nil. RKPLoOLE. Attorney-Loans nouo-
tinted mi real estate security. 408 Spruce.
1) F. KILL AM, AttotiW'V tit Law, 12U Wy
I oinlng avenue, Scranton.
HAVI.VOI'U DEEDS AND MORTtl Atll S
written nnd tieknowledged by J. W.
BROWNINO. Attorney nnd Notary Public. 20
Common wait h BniWIng
CCHOOL OP THE LACKAWANNA. Ser in
I' ton. Pa., prtparai boys and girls forcollegj
or business: tlioroiigbly tiaius young children
Catalogue ut request.
Rev. TnoMAs M Can
Waltfh II. Ruti.L
llliss WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
IH slid Scliool, 412 Adams svenue. Pupils
received at all times. Fall term will open
He tetnlier 4.
Ill N I Is Is
C LAOHACH, Surgeon Dentist, No, ll5
v ' . Wyoming ave.
R M. STUATToN, offi.-e Coal Exchnnire
CTOP PAYING RENT, OWN YOUR
Ct hoine. Money to loan on easy montlily
layinents. S. N. I'ALLENDEH, Dime Buuk
HOTELS M) It ESTA VRANTis,
'plIE WESTMINSTER, 217 210 Wyoining
1 ave. Rooms heated with steam: all mcsl
em Ititprovuimmts. C. M. TiiiimAH, Prop.
ZIEOI.EK S BOTKU 327 Lai kawantm uvu
nue, Scrautou. Rates reasonable.
P. EtMUiR, Proprietor,
W. (I. SCHENCK, Manager,
blxteonth street, one block east of ''roadway,
at union S(iiare. New Yol k.
American plan, 3 fill per day ami upward.
(lOYNE HOUSE, European plan: I
J rooina i 'i i. ii day and night, liar sus
plied w ith the best.
P II. COYNE. Proprietor
(JCRANTON IIOL'SE, nenr D., L A W ,.as
It seuger deHit. Conducted on the Europonn
plan. Victor Koch. Proprietor.
CI RAND CENTRAL. The largest ami h ut
I fuiilpped hotel In Allvntuwn, Pa.; ratei
2 and 2.50 per day.
VliToll D. TURNER, Proprietor.
MINING, BLASTING AND SPORTING
Manufactured at tho Wapwallopen Mills, Lu
..in, county Pa., and ut Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
Grim era! Agent for tho Wyoming District,
118 Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa.
Ihird National Bank Buildiug.
TIlos FORD. Pittstm. Ta
JOHN P. SMITH & SOX: Plymouth Pa.
E W. Ml'I.LKiAN. Wilkes-harre, Pa.
Agents for the Ropnuuo CtiuiuiciU Com
pany's High Explosives.
MQOSIC POWDER 0
MINING and BLASTING
Made at tho MOO3I0 and RUSH
LaftUn & llanil Powder Co. 'a
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Hattcries, Fusoi for exploi
ing blasts, Safety Fuse ami
RepaumChemical Co. 's High Explosives
Tl 1 D LA RO EST
IEHIO'.l VALLEY RAILROAD.
.TT.av hi'lu'H ;s''I,!t" for Philadelphia and
-sun, "n c"- U' 11,14 K ut h
TV , 11 i) 1". in via D., L. & V. R R hns
U . On. m., and 1.30, 8 JO p m
Run f0 fo' Plttston and Wilkw-
Pot't?vniK'T"n i""u"r vm: 1IaVL'"' Haatoton,
POtttViUe and all points on the Heuvr
Me ulow and PotUvIlU branohss. via D. i II.
H. R. at Ha ni.. 12. 0, 2 .'is is , , u ,
W. R. R.sus. 12,'lOam' lil.hTiMn-' "
Leave Beranton for Bethlehem, Gaston,
Readu g Harrlabnrg and all utormediata
points via D. A- a R. R.. i a m ,12 in, tSTttM
p.m.,viu D.i L. A- W. R. R.,s.i)N, 1LS0 a. m 1 aj
I il.euve Scranto-t torTunkhWIloek, Towan la,
Eiuiira. Ithaoa, Geneva mil all InUraadUtd
points via D. & H. R. R.. 1 25 and H: p. m.,
vis D. L. A- . R. R I) .VI a in.. IM t in
L. ave Scranton for R.e.-hester, Buffalo. Ni
agara Jails, Detr. it, Chicago and all points
west via I) A II. R. R. L2.Vli.l3.ll .13 p, m . via
D. L A W K. R. and Plttston Junction (9 3 1
Vi, ".IT" u on'JV. p- ni , via E. &
. K R. 4. lil p. in.
Por Elmira and the west via Salamanca, via
' 4i II. R K eto.ljp. m., viaD., L. & W. R.
Ru 0, 9M a. m. and u.07 p. ni.
Pullman parlor i nd sleeping or L. V. chair
9Sf, " 'i.11 trul"s between L. k B. Junction or
likes Barre and New York. Philudflpliia,
Lurtalo and Snspi-nsion Hridco.
KOLLIN H WILBUR. Don. Supt East Div.
A N .!N KMACHER.Ass-tOin.Pasa. Ag't,
South Bethlehem, Pa,
DELAWARE AND HUD
Commencing May tit, I BUS,
trains will run us follows:
ailis leave Reiilei, IImu,
Station. Scranton. for Pltts-
MYIUxa t-n. Wi lli- iianv.etc.MM.
mm m w2a.m., 12.10,
f M m MS, 6.15, .15
ftw r and 11.86 p.m.
fllr Pol' New York and Phila
delphia, 800 a. m., 1210, :.2V
2.ns. 110 and 11.80 p. m.
For Honesdale i from Delaware, Lackawanna
and western depot i, 7 OJ. lu lu i,m M oi)
in.j l.t, 5.10 p. in.
For Carboaaale and intermediate stntions.
5.40, 7 00. s.ao, 10,10 a. m . 12.00 m ,8.17, II 2V5 1(1,
ti 2u and o 115 ik m.; from Bridge Stret-t Depot.
2.K1 a. iu., t.tfand 11 a p. m.
Fast eipress to AiU.nv. Saratoga, the Adl
rendack Momtuins, Bust in and New England
Mlnte.S.s'O a in., arrivmr at Albany 12.15.
Saratoga 2.20 p. m , and leaving Scranton at 3
p. m , arriving at Albany at ASP p in. , Sara
toga. 12 55 a. in , and B s'oi. ',.00 a. m
The only direct route l twe n the coal fieldi
and Boston. -The Leading Tourists' Route
of America" to th-Adirondack Mountain re
sorts, Lakes Oeorge and Chauiplaiu, Montreal,
Time tables showiii'.- local and through train
service between station! on all divisions Dela
ware and Hudson system, may be obtained at
all Delaware and Hudson ticket olti -es.
H. O. YOUNG, J. W. BL'RDICK,
Second Vice President. Oeu. Pass. Agt,
m va ssHst ar
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND
WESTERN RAIi ROAD
Trains leave Reran b n as follows-
for New Yolk and all points East. 1.50. 2.50,
5 15, B.00 nnd 0 50 a. m. ; 12 85 ami 8.50 D. m.
Express tor Easton. Trenton. Philad-lnliia
ami the South, 515, tv00 and l',50 a. m 12.53
and 'i 50 p. m.
Washington and way stations. 2.40 p, m.
Tohyhanna aooommodation, ti 10 p.m.
Expr ss for Biuithamtoli, Oswego. Elmira,
Coming. Bath. Dansville, Mount Jiorris and
Buffalo. 12.10, 2 15 a. in. and 1.24 p. ui.. making
doge oonnectiona at Buffalo to all p lints in tha
West. Northwest and Southwest.
Buffalo sooommodaUoti, D.00 a. m.
Blnabamton and way stations. 12.87 p. m.
Nicholson and wav stations. 5.45 p. in.
Biiigbamton and Elmira Express, 808 p.m.
Express for Cortland, Byracuae, Oswego,
Uticu and Richfitli Springs, 2.15 a in. uud 1.24
Ithaca. 2 15 nnd R'l) a. m. and 1 21 p. m.
For Northumberland. Plttston. like, Barre,
Plymouth. Bloomiburg ami Danville, making
close connections at Not taumberland for
WllUanuport, Harrlabnrg', Baltimore, Wash
ingt ii ami the South.
Northumberland ami intermediate stations,
S OU. 0A0 a. tu. and UK anil OUT p. in.
Nantleoke and intermediate stntions. s 0J
st:d 11.10 a. in Plymouth and int Tmedlate
stations. BMW and 8.88 p. m.
Pullman jiarlor and sleeping coaches on all
For detailed information, pocket tlmitablea,
etc , spply to M. L. Smith, city ticket offico,
His Lackawanna aveuue. or depot ticket office,
VEW YORK. ONTARIO AND WESTERN
X Railroad. Si'ranton Division. Time tablo
iu effect Nov. IB, m.
Trains 1, ave Scranton for CarlsinJalo:
W0, Mil. ItOB n. in.. 4.."si. 8.10 p. m.
For Hsncook Jnnotton and main oonneotionf
1103 a m . 1110 p. ni
Trains leave lli.n -oc't Junction for main
line connection for Scrautou, 0 00 am., 2.05
Trains leave Carbondale for Scranton 7 24,
0.45 a.m., l.lo, :!.;14, 8.16 p in.
J. C. ANDERSON.
Qeneraj Passsngar Agent, New York.
District Passenger Agent, BcTantOn,
1 1 KIE AND WYOMING VALLEY RAIL
Train leave Scrnnton for New York nnd in
termediate points on the Erie and Hawlev and
local points at 0 R5, 0.45 a. m. and 11.24 p m.
Train leaving at 0.45 a. in. and 1124 p. in.
ar t through trains to and from Hones I ale.
Trains leave for Wilkes-Barreat 6 tO a. m. aud
8.41 p, m.
AND DEALERS IN
Atlantic lend nud French Zlno,
l'ure Linseed Oil,
i in i' ot me and Yarnlshea
Readymlxed Paints la all colors.
Paris White and Kiilsnmlno,
Oil' Vitrei, MarbU
Dust ami tt iudow Glusi
Enropoan Plan. First-class liar attsehed.
Papot fur Buignor A Engel's Tannhieuser
II, E Cor, ISth and Filbert Ms,, Philada.
Most desirnblii for residents of N.E. PennJ
sylvania. All conveniences for trsvolors
to ami from Broad Street station nnd the
Twelfth and Market Street etatiou. Do
ilrublo for visiting Sorsntonlaus and pei
I le in t lie Anthracite Region,
T. J. VICTORY,