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THE SCTfANTON TETBUXE -MOXDAY MOIiiNTtfG, JANUARY 22, 1S94.
LIVE NEWS Of
Eveuls of the Upper End of Luzerne Couniy
PUGNACIOUS ACTORS DISAGREE
Two Members of ihe King Pin Com
edy Company Vary Their Bail Act
Ing by Indulging; in a Realistic Pres
entation ot Would-Be Tragedy Suc
cessful Catting of a Monster Brass
Piece at the Touliill Foundry Run
Into by a Reckless Drivvr Miscel
laneous News Notes of Two Pitts
tons. TllK BdBAlfTOH Tin hunk' a PittltOO de
partment is In char";e of J. BL Faliy, to
Whom and complaints may bo
Tlio "Kine Pin" company, an orKnni
lattoo of woulil-bn Return, inflicted tail
town with tbeir preeence Friday night.
They held forth lit the Sinclair house.
Their success hr a comedy company has
been anything but a bonanza they ex
pected it would prove, and as a result
the company was about "broke" when
the curtain dropped on the last act Fri
day evening in Mnsie hall.
During the early part of the week
one of the company who gives his name
ax Uesel TitfOn, iiroug'it suit agtimt
William D. Bailer and Robert (i Mor
ria, the proprietors, for wages amount
ing to '.'i)U. and received a bill of sale
for 5Q, The trouble kept brewing
until Friday nijjh t about 11 ilO o'clock.
When the company returned from the
hall to their quarters at the hotel, Tit
son made gome insinuations concerning
his pay when Robert i. Morris, a crip
pb'. having lost his feet some time ago
bv being frozen, and noted for bring
the author of "Little Nugget and other
plays, wan sitting near by and, it Is al
leged, handed his cane to William D.
Suffer, his partner, to strike Titson on
whom he used the caue with farfm
effect. Frank Morris, son of R. Q.
Morns', and Harry Weibel, took a hand
in the frav und assisted in hammering
Tltsou. The latter immediately wt-nt
before 'Sonne Lyons and swore out a
warrant charging his assailants with
assault and battery. Thev were ar
rested later in the night by Chief Keat
lug and held In 1800 bail each fur their
appearance at court.
Shaffer, one of the combatanti, made
his escape to Nanticolce, where the
company was billed to appear Situr
dav night The chief went to Nanti-
coke in search of bim and waited
there until Saturday evening, when a
dispatch was received by some of the
members of the company, who were
puttiug up at Hotel Broadway, to the
effect that he left on the tl o'clock
tiain for Philadelphia. The chief then
thinking that he mignt have been on
the Pennsylvania railroad train,
which arrived in Nanticoka at 0. 14,
the train was held and searched by
the officer, but the mati sought was
not on board and the cbiei returned
minus bis prey.
The occurrence caused a disruption
of the company, and as a consequence
Nanticoke people were saved the tor
tures of "King Pin."
HUGE BRASS CASTING.
It Was Successfully Catt at Touhill'i
A brass easting weighing over two
tons and costing in tits neighborhood
of $S0O was successfully cast at the
works of J. A. Touhill on North Main
street Saturday afternoon without a
hitch. The work of preparing the
mold consumed nearly six weeks and
required much skill in itsconstrnctiou.
When the hour arrived to pour the
"working barrel," as it is called, a large
number of spectators bad gathered at
the works to witness the interesting
sight. When the last drop of the hot
metal was emptied into the mold and
its success assured much satisfaction
was expressed by Master Mechanic
liaston, of the Newton Coal company,
who was present.
The casting is for the Newton Coal
Mining company, and is to be used in
conjunction with one of the pumps to
eject the water from their mines. Its
construction of brass was found neces
sary owing to tho ravages of the sul
phur water and its ROidulout prin
ciples. Experience by this company
has demonstrated that where a similar
casting of iron twice the thicknoss
lasted from a month to ten weoks at
the furthest, one of brass resisted the
same pressure from two to three years.
The casting above referred to makes
the fifth of its kind Mr. Touhill has
cast succesifully fortius compiuy.
Opera house, Wilkes-Barre, Saturday
Hiss Lacoe, of Kxeter street, will en
tertain the West Side dancing class at
her home next Friday evening.
Airs. Westeott and Mrs. Welle, who
have been the gusts of Mr. and Mrs.
James Anderson, on tho West Side, for
tho past few weeks, leave for tlnir re
spective homes in Oneida and Ithaca
Rev, Dr. Earke bus accept"d an in
vitation from tho local Ministerial
union to give a review of his fifty
Veatl psstorste Of. the Iirst i'resby-
tennu church of Pittston at the next
meeting of the union on Feb. 5.
Division 13. Ancient Orler of Hi
bernians, of this place, will entertain
their friends with a ball at Arniory
hali this evening.
Officer George Llewellyn found it
necessary yesterday to use his delivery
wagon ,to convey some fractious pris
oners to the West Si lo lock up. They
will be given a hearing this morning
Who is the Pittston correspondent of
the Wilkes-Barre Leader? is a question
that is at present agitating not. a few
persons in this place. He is certainly
no novice, as may be learned from his
writiiiL's. and would prove a valuable
acquisition as a politioal editor for uny
The committee of arrangements ap
pointed by the Caledonian club to ar
range for the celebration of Robert
Burns' birth lay on tho veiling of Jan.
2S, are preparing an attractive pro
gramme for the occasion. The follow
ing named gentlemen will deliver ad
dresses: George Mitchell, A J. Col
born, of Scrantnn; W. 1. Hiobs. Dr. D
L, Ross, Colonel c. K. Campbell, Jemea
A. Bryden andM.jor J. B Smith.
The "888" club has purchased the li
brary of the late Thomas Stem, which
was bid in by Colon tl C K. Campbell,
at executors' sale last w.-oic. The books
were removed Friday from Mr. Stem's
late apartments in Music hall block to
tho club rooms.
ENTERTAINING LECTURE COURSE.
Palestine Cimmtnlery, Kdnhts Tem
plar, Ottr a Varl-d Pnnrramme
Siirt ial to the Scmutoii Tribune.
Cauuondalk, Pa., Jan. 81 On Tues
day evening, Jan. 88, will occur the
first in the series of high clas lectures
and entertainments which will be hel 1
during the coiniug week in Masonic
ballon Salem avenue, un lerthe auspicus
of Palestine coram in b ry, Knight
Templar. The arrangements have been
completed with the managers of the
various entertainm -tits and lecturers
The finest orators and musicians of
the country hav been selected by the
committee from the host of names sent
them by the different lecture bureau
and each of the eutertaiumeuts will be
u decided treat.
The orator named for the opening of
tboao series is one who needs no Intro
duction in this city. He has been hers
before and on that occ ision delighted
large andieuce who will ever r- inein-
herliis lecture. He is Hon. Roswell
G. Horr, of New York.
On Feb. 0 will be held the next en
tertainmeut, at which time the Temple
quartet of Boston, will appear. Oil
Feb. 13, Russell E Oonwell D D . L
L. D , of Philadelphia, will deliver his
celebrated lecture on "Acres ot Dia
monds;" or ''Where toG-t Rich an I
Become Great." A gentleman from
this city who heard Mr. Cmwell d
liver this lectnre says that it was the
greatest he has ever heard M irch 0
the Lotas Glee club, of Buton, will
bo the attrition. Profe.-sor Twit
meyer. of Honetdalt, will olose the
ConrtS on March 34 with a lecture on
"The Elements of Good Citiz mship '
Single and course tickets will be sold
I hey nave been placed at a price
within the reach of all, and every one
should nvsil hum -If of this rare
opportunity and enjoy the entertain
res. Mint of Harvard Calls torlertain
Improvement Wh Many I'nreutsNoiv
Fear the l'ublie Schools.
No wonder school children "creep
like snail unwillingly to school" and
go storming out at playtime.
Five long hours in a crowded, malo
dorous schoolroom severely tax the
nervous systems of teachers and schol
am, Proper ventilation without drafts is
lifticult, unsolved problem Drowsiness,
headaches ami other effects of bad air
Observe the listless, exhausted air,
the pale faces of scholars about 'dos
A promiuent physicians, sneaking or
res. Eliot's timely criticism of our
grammar schools, says: uur puunc
schools are exhausting the vitality of
''For children and all persons closely
confined during the winter in shops,
stores and schools who are weak, sickly
DANGER IN THE SCHOOLS.
ANNUAL CLEARING SALE
10 Days, Beginning Thursday, Jan, 18, at 10 A.M.
A. B. Brown's Bee Hive, Pittston, Pa.
I'HYSHIANS AMU M'KGKONS.
Thousands I.Vmnartls of Div (Jowls. Clonks :uid Fur Capes during
salt' Ml less I linn cos! of material.
Every Inch of counter room covered with the greatest bargains ever
Ladies' Felt Hat, this season's styles 103. each.
lioys' Winter Waists 100 each.
Muffs 30c. each.
Cloaks $1.50 each.
HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR AND NOTIONS AT QUARTER OF VALUE.
COME. IT WILL PAY YOU.
Great Clearing Sale.
R. U. E. DKAN. Diseases of tho Eye. Now
Threat tad M um Bnnuai utrcut. ouuo-
slt court house.
A. J. CON NELL, Ofmio 201 Washington
avenue. corner Sum. street, nvar
Francke's drUL' store Resilience 7 Vine hL
Office hours: 10.HU to 12 a. m. and to4 and
'M to p. m. Sunday, 'i to 'i p. m.
W. E. ALLEN. Offin nor. Lacks.
J wanna and Washington hvos over Leon
ard shoe store; ollico hours, 10 to U a. in. and
I to 4 n. ni.: evenings ut I'f-Hlili.ncu. f12 M.
llltCL FKEY, I'ractlm liiuitetl to UK
XJ ease-i ot tlin Kvo. K:tr
fflco, Wyuuiiuu avo.
FOR A BIG CHARITY BALL.
Carbondalo Hospital Fund to Be
Fwolled in This Manner.
0 SneritU tit th' Scranton Tribune.
OabBONDALIi Pa., Jan. 21. Tickets
have heen plaow on sule for the charity
hall which will bo l'Ivju on Weduos
day eveninir, Murch 28, the first Wed
neslay after E.ster Sunday, (or tho
bi;nnfit of the Cirbondal hospital. Tho
cominiltee appointed to 'take charge of
tho evont comprises Moses, Sliprheril
Walker and Norton. Julius Moses
will be general manager of the affair.
Admission has bsun fixed at $1 ami
tickets hare been printod and distri
buted among the business man, who
are requested to dispose of thuin to the
firms from which they purchase aoods.
Theso tickets will cost y .'.:. each and
there will certainly be a large revenue
derived from them.
This will be the second charity ball
held in behalf of this worthy institu
tion and it promises to far surpass the
ono formerly held. It will b held 111
the Keystone hall.
FUNERAL OF THOMAS BURKE.
and out of son'.-, a true blood and
nerve tonic is t'ie only thine that will
restore the color of health to their
cheeks and till out their fram"s. 1 have
found Paine'e celery compound the best
adapteil to these cases of lower vitality
and lack of nervous tone."
Paine'a celery compound has saved
hosts of overworked school teachers
and scholars from nervous prostration.
it supplies ju.it what tne tired, worn
out nervous system requires Men and
women woo barely produce sufficient
nerv ms energy to last them 1 11 rough
the day find that Paine's Celery com
pound supplies them with abundant
nervous force, stops heiidncl e, ban
ishes sle-plessiiess and debility. A de
cided feeling of added strength and en-
cinrigenient coinis wit 11 the use ot
this great remedy.
A genuine food for under-fed nervoi,
that will also give tone to the stomach,
will soon enable the sick person to dis
card all medicines and bo well and
stroug. Such a remarkable remedy is
Paine's celery compound. It is the
life's study ud experience of one of tho
ablest physicians of his day. a member
of the faculty at Dartmouth college,
Prof. Elward E. Phr lps.M. D., L.L D.
Paine's celery compound is not a
patent medicine ;it is not a sarsaparilla ;
it is not a bitters or a nerve tonic ; it is
not an ordinary n rvine; it is as far be
yond these as a crystal is superior to a
piece of chalk in purify an 1 value.
Says Prof. W. C. Ridgwny, principal
of the famous Jackeou school in Kansas
"I havo used Paige's celery com
pound. and think it is th" best medieine
that I have nvr known. Resides, I
have recommenced its use to several
friends, who have used it with much
CARVED WITH A KNIFE.
Domiuick Harcilo Is the Victim
William and Frank Malsteo, Michael
Sunskin, I.; mi. Koplingerand Nicholas
Sslinauiia w iv arrested Saturday on
charges of aggravated assault and bat
tery, and attempting to kill Dominick
Harcilo with a knife, early that
morning. The parties are all Pol
anders, and the row was the termina
tion of a drunken pay-day spree, in
dulged in iu an unlicensed saloon in the
Third ward. Horcilo has several dan
gerous wounds about the neck and
head. The collar of his coat was sev
ered, lie may die of his injuries.
Every window and door iu the saloon
was shattered, and bottles and glasses
The prisoners were to havo been
given a hearing before Justice Ebret
in tho evening, but Constable Bennett
failed to show up with the prisoners.
RUN INTO BY RECKLESS DRIVER.
Soft Drink Diwpsnser Morris, of Scran
ton, Is Bfldlv IT past.
A eolliBiou that came near resulting
in tbo serioun injury of one of
the participants, occurred in front of
Kearney's blacksmith shop on North
Main street, Saturday morning. The
accident was caused by Patrick O'BoTlC
a reckless teamster, colliding with a
gentleman mimed Morris, a dealer in
aoft drinks, and whose place of busi
ness is located at Scranton.
Morris was thrown from hii seat on
the wagon to the ground by the con
enssion, bnt escaped injnrv. The
norses became uninauagnHble tor a
while, but was finally quieted. No
damage whatever resulted from the
MINOR PITTSTON JOTTINGS.
Personal Notes. News Brevities and Va
rious Interesting Items-
Attorneys C. Frank hohen, James L.
Morris, of this place, and the Miises
Maud Athbrook, Anuie Wilson nnd
Regina Donavan.of Philadelphia, com
posed a theater party which witnessed
"The Crust of Society" at the Grand
Knights of Father M athew and Many
Others Attnnd It.
Elietfslto Vie Fncintnn Tribune.
Cauhondai.e. Pa., Jan. 21 On Sat
urday morning at : .;. o'clock occurred
the funeral services over the remains
of the late Thomas Hnrke. The ser
vices were held iu St. Rose church.
with tho Rev. Father Curran officiat
ing, it was one or the largest funerals
that has been held 111 this city in many
months. The Knights of Father Mat
hew.of which organization the deceased
was a member, were in attendance, 210
1 he pallbearers were Andrew Bren-
nan, Wlllinm Lonnor, James i'ace. Jo
seph Walker, Thomas Malia, Pat
rick Walker, John Lavelle and John
Hart. The flower boarers were Chris
touher Powderly and Frank Clifford.
Are Solemn iz I at the Home of the
FHcial to the Srmntun 'Tribune.
Jkrmyn, Ph., Jan. 21 The marriage
of Thomas Williams an I Miss Sarah A
Phillips was solemniz'd at the home of
the bride Saturday evening, ltev. v.
Gkndtdl officiated. A large number of
invited gimsts were present and par
tlcipiited in the enjoyable occasion.
The CitizeiiB band serenaded the couple
during the evening. The presonts wero
both costly and useful.
At a late hour the gnegts departed
with best wishes for Mr. and Mrs.
Criticising a Young Lady.
"Bho would be a pretty girl for but ono
"What's that?" asked Charley.
(Ieorge Her face is always covered with
purple nud red blotches.
Charley Oh, that's easily enough dis
posed of. Used to be the same way my
self, but I caught on to the trouble 0110
day, ami got rid of it in no time.
Qeorge What was It?
( hurley Simplv blood eruptions. Took
n short conrse of P. P. P. I tell yon, It's
jhe boss blood corrector. The governor
had rheumatism so bad that yon could
hear him holler clear across the country
every time ho moved. He tried it, nnd
you know what an athletic old gent he is
now. If somebody would give Miss Deity
a pointer, she would thank them after
wards. All the drug stores sell it.
HE VAINLY RESISTED ARREST.
Passed a Ni.-ht I 1 Jail at a Cost of Eight
Spt'citil to the Srranlon Tribune,
IIonicsdalk, Jan il. Thomas Has
sett. of Cherry Ridge, became so bois
terous on the streets last Friday eveu
iug that Officer Smith found it neces
sary to take him iu charge.
Hassrtt vigorously resisted his arrest
and the i-ffk'er called on a citizen for
aid. Together th-y marched the man
to the jail where he passed the night.
He ws released tuts morning aftur
paying ifS the fine and costs.
JERMYN'S NEED OF SEWERS.
Plan to Put the Unemployed at Work
BptcUU tu the Srritn'ttn Tribune.
Jehmvn, Ph., Jan. 21. Now that the
miues are working so poorly, and the
prospects for better times seem to be
dim, ennnot the unemployed bo ntil
iz id putting in sewers under the direc
tion of our oity fathers?
This would serve a two-fold purpose,
viz. : give employment to the needy
and help to stamp out tlin fever which
is rapidiy becoming epidemic
The earlier symptoms of dyspepsia, such
as distress after eating, heartburn, mid
occasional bsadaohes, should not he ne
glected, Tuko Hood's Sarsapiirilla and he
Hool's Pills are the best family cathartic
mm liver medicine. Harmless, reliable,
BROWN'S BEE HIVE,
MS tj, Fuwn ' fflii
'" " " 1 "
From the X. Y. Tribune, A'oe. 1, IMS.
Chicaho, Oct. 31. Fhe first official
announcement of World's Fair di
plomas on Hour has been made. A
tnednl has beon awarded by the
World's Fair judges to the Hour manu
factored by the Washburn, Crosby Co ,
in the great Washburn Flour Mills,
Minneapolis. The committee reports
the Hour strong nnd pure, and entitles
it to rank as first-class patent Hour for
family and bakers' use."
WHOLESALE A (IK N T S.
SUPERLATIVE AND GOLD MEDAL
The above brands of flour can be had at any of the following merchants
who will accept THE TllIBUNB FLOUR coupon ot 96 on each one huudred pounds
01 nour or ou on eacn uarrei 01 nour.
leranton F. P. Prin, Washington avenue,
Gold Medal Brand.
Hyde Park Carson & Davis, Washburn St.
Gold Uedal Brand; Joseph A. Hears, Main
avenue. Buperlative Brand.
Green Kidge-A L.Sppucar.OoM Medal Hrsnd.
Dunmore F. P. Price. Gold Uedel Brand,
oiypuant .lames .Ionian. Buperlative Brand.
Dunmore-F. 1 .Manley. Superlative Brand.
Providence Fenner At Cbajjpell v Main ave
nue, Superlative brandip. J QlUeapie, w.
Market etroot, Gold llud.il Brand.
Perkvillo-Shnffer & Kclser, Snporlativo
Jcrmyii C. U. Winters & Co. Superalativs
('arl.ondalc -H. S. Clark, (lold Medal Brand
Holiosdalo-J. N. Foster A; Co. Gold Medal
Honesdale W.P ScliPiick, Snporlativo Brand
I altoii- S. K. rum & Son. Gold Medul lliau
Uonlil-boro-S A. Adams. Gold Medal Brand
roMhanna Tobjrhanna A: benign Luinbj
Co., tiold Mi dal Bland
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Noku and Throat;
Kusidunuo, if Vine
K. I, M. GATKM, Hn Washinctoii Avenua.
t Office hours. 8 toll a.m.. l liuto a and 1
JOHN L. WENTZ, M. 1)., Offices ttt and "l
' Cominonweulth building: reaidctlco 711
Madlsonave: office hours. 10 to Vi, li to 1, 7 to
Sundays i 110 to 4. I'vcnliiL's at residence. A
upeclalty made of divons is ot tho eye, ur, nose
and throat and . : --.
VB. (I. L). MUHKAY, spei-iiiliy mad" on dt
eases of am and skln.Slt WTOmlDB Avo.
OIHee hours: Until In a in. I! to 1 and to 8p.m.
US. Id; KING, m MULBERRY BTREEI
ITJ At ( arliMiidale on Fridays of ca.-h week.
tlatry a apocialty: koI
tarlo Veterinary L
livery, ifib DjX St.. near
I cli.plionn No. 4M.
y Suroon, lion,
u medalist of Ou-
ko. Onlee. Hummer s
Koller'b carriago uhop
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coal usod exclusively, insuring
clcaulinesn and comfort.
TIMK TAI1I.E IN EITKI'T .IAN. 14, 131.
Trains loavo Scranton for Pittston. Wilkes
Barre, etc. t 8.10. 11.15, ILN a. iu., Vi.'M, 3.00,
:.:. n.lNi. TJS, 11.06 p. m Sundays. d00 a. in ,
l.OU, 7.10 p. in.
For Ailuntlu City, 8 lfl a. m.
For Now York, Nowark and Elizabeth, 8 10
n xpress) a. in . 1-' :tn (express with Bullet
parlor ear), S.UQ (ezpreei) p. m. Bonder, 2.00
Foil MATCH ClirXK. AI.I.KNTOWN. BFTIII.F-
iik.m. SAITOH and PBILAPKLPRtA, S. lu n. iu..
12.80. 8, BO. a.no ( except Philadelphia) p. m.
Sunday. 2 (H) p. in.
For LoNii BaancB, Oqua Qaova, etc., at
8.10 a. in , llfOp in.
For Ki aduiK. Lebanon ami Harrisburif. via
Allontown, S.lUu. m., V4.'M). O.OU, p.m. Bunday,
I'.DO p. m.
lor I'ottsvllle, 8 Ida. in., 1' .30 p m.
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Leave Philadelphia. Hea
a. m . L'.OO and II n. in
Throojfh tickets to ail poj
may la- had ou application in
oecet agent at tui station.
II. I'. BALDWIN,
, Gi n. I'ass. Auent
J. B. OI.HAI'SEN.
iDreM) h. in..
Tti parlor cur )
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.t lowttt ratM
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No. 811 Bpruco ft., opposlto forest
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ents in every county.
EssursA hand, Attorneys and Counsel.
lots at Law, Commonwealth ljuildiu,
LFBEDHANO. WILLIAM .1
A tiirneya and
W. H. Jtssrr-.
liollAI'K t HANI).
W. II JF.ssri, Jr.
ILbARD. WARREN H KNAI'P, Attor.
iiys and Counselors at Law, Ueonblieau
liuililinif. Washiiiirton nve., Scranton, Pt,
JATTERSON WILCOX, Attorneys and
CouiiacllorH at Law: odium 0 und Library
bulldinv, feci anion, l'a.
Hoswnt.T, H. PATTlusos.
Wll.l.lAM A. Wn.cox.
1 . 1 . Booms III. iv ; i
'RANK T. UKcLL, Attorney at Law. Boom
V Coal Exchange. Seranton. Fa.
M1LTDN W. LOWRY, I Att ys. S7 Washing
C. H VON STORCH. i tonav.. C. II sipuiro.
IAMF.S W. OAKFORD, Attorney at Law.
I roon.s (VI, M and M, Coniiuonwealtli b'l 'g.
Samuel w. edgau, Attorney at lw.
office, S17 Bpmoest, Berantoo. Pa.
T A. WATRES, Attorney at Law, IU
I j . Lackawanna aue.. Berenton. I'a
1'. SMITH, (oun.'ellor at Law. (ilri.-ti.
rooms 54. 65, 50 Comnioiiwenlth building.
1 R PITCHER. Attorney at Law, Com
V '. morwea th hullninir Scranton, Hn
C COMLGVS. ESI Spruce at
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tinted on real estate speurity.eH Spi'ie-e.
1) 1 KM. LAM, Attonieval Law. M Wy
). mningavennei Scranton.
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BROWNING. Attorney and Notary Fubhc, t)
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New York via. D. A- H.tR R. at 8 a.m. 12 10,
J.S8 and 11 ,80 p, in via D , L. Ac W. R. H., 8.UJ,
11,10 a. in., and .m. 8.80 p. ill.
Leave Seranton for Pittston and Wilkss-
... c s " K- 808, 11.80 a. in ,
1.80, a.Vi. 8.07, 8.88 p. m.
Leave Scranton lor White Haven. Hazletou,
1'ottsvillo and all pants on the Beav.ir
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Elmira. Ithaca. QeneVa and all ii.t-nuediat.)
points via D. II R. R.. 1.88 und lM p. in.,
via D L. Si W R. It.. 8.50a. n., 1.80 p. ra.
Leave Scranton for Rochester, Buffalo, Ni
agara Fulls, Detroit, Chicago and all points
west vial) A- H. R. R. 1,85,8.15,11 f, p, in . via,
D. L, k W. R. R. and Pittston Junetion it 5
a. in. for Buffalo only). 1808.88 p. iu , via E &
W. R. It.. 4. In p. m.
For Btmlreand the wtst via Salamanca, via
I). A H R. R atll .13ii. m., via D.. L. W R.
B., 8, 8JW a. in ami i!.i)7 p, m.
l'uihnnn parlor .nd sleeping or L. V. chair
cars on all traiiu between L. & B. Junction or
Wilkes Barre and New York. Philadelphia,
Buffalo ami Suspension Bridge
ROLL1N II WILBUR, Gen. Sunt. East Div.
( HAS s, LKE. Gen. Pms At t. Philn ,Pa.
A W N'oN'NEMACHER.Ass't Qiu Pass Ag't,
South Bothlehoin. Pa.
OCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA, Scran
O ton. Pa., prepares boys and girls for college
a: thoroughly trams young children
Catalogue at icsiuust
Rkv. TnOMAS M Can
Walikii H. F.rEI.I..
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
and .School, 41- Ailaies avenue. I'upils
all times. Next term win open
r i ".I
DI N I lM s
C. LAUBACH, Surgeon Dentist, No,
BTRATTON, office Coal Bxchanae
I II NS
TOP PAYING RENT. OWN YOUR
home. Money to loan on easy monthly
laments. S. N. CALLENHEIt, Dime Bank
HOI l i s AND It I ST URANTS.
HE WESTMINSTER. -I. 21;i Wyoming
ave. Rooms hoatod with steam: all mod
ern improvements. C. M Tiii. jiaii, Prop
ZIEGLER'S HOTEL. 827 Lackawanna ave
uuu. licrautorj. Rutes reasonable.
1'. 7.1 tin. i:it. Proprietor.
W. O. SCHENCK. Manager.
Sixteenth street, one block east of Broadway,
at I nion Square, New iork.
American plan. :i 3U per day ad upward.
10YNB HOUSE. European plan; good
rooms Open day uiil night, liar blip
plied with tho best
P. II. COYNE. Proprietor,
Lu'RANTON HOUSE, mar l . L AW pas
1 3 aeiiger depot 1 oiuliicted on the i.uropean
1CTOH Keen. Proprietor
RANI) CENTRAL. The largest and 1js:
I eonioned hotel in Allcntowu. Pa. ; ratei
ViiToit D. Babssw, proprietor.
DELAWARE AND UUD
Commencing May 29, 1882,
traiiu will run af follows:
Trains leave Brldgo Street
st it ion . Seranton, tor Pitts-
ton, Wilkes Barre, etc., 8.00,
..'7. Ii U7. 10 42 a. m.. 12.10,
1,23, 88, 4.16. 5.14, 6.15, 1U5
and 11.85 p. m.
For New York and Philn
delohta. s uuu. iu . 12.10. 1.23.
2H8. 1.10 and ii "0 p. m
For Honesdale i from Delaware, Lackawanna
and western depot), 7.00, 8.80, 18.10 a.m., 12.00
in., 2 17. 5.10 p. m.
For Carbondale and intermediate stations.
5.40. 7 00. s.:. 10.10 a. m . I2.0ii m.,2 17, :) 85,5 in,
0 20 and 0 X, p. m ; from Bridge Btreet Depot,
8.03 a. ni . '.'.iTand 11 ii p. m.
Pael express to Albeny, Saratoga, the Adi
rondaek Roantalna, Boston and Kew England
points. 5.40 a. iu . arrivin : at Albany 12.15.
Mir. to - i 2.80 p. in , and leaving Boranton at II
p. in., srriv n.: at Albany at 8.60 p, m. . Sara
(oca, 12.56a in . and B sto i. 7.00a m
Theonlj llirect rollte l-t WO"lltl oal fields
ami Boston. "Tho Leading Tourists' Route
01 Auiei ica" to tho Adirondack Mountain re
sorts. Lakes George and Champlaiu, Montreal,
I nee tables showing local and through train
ei vice between stations on all divisions Dela
ware Mid Htulsou system, may Is- obtained it
all Delaware and Hudson ticket offices.
II. G. YOUNG. .1. W. Bl'BDICK,
Second Vice President. Gen. Pass. Agt.
AVIS HOUPT, Aroalteota, Rooms :i.
5 and 26 Coiinnonweaitli i 10 g. scranton.
L. WALTER. Architect, Library build
Ing. Wyoming avenue Smiuton.
L. BROWN. Arch B. Architect, Price
luiilding. 126 Washington Ave., Seranton.
We have placed on sale
our line of Ginghams for the
coming spring and summer.
Finer Goods, More Tasteful
THE GREATEST NOVELTY OF THE AGE.
Valuable as 11 Souvenir of the Fair.
QUITE EASY WHKN YOU KNOW HOW
$800 IN PRIZES WILL BE DISTRIBUTED TO THOSE noiG THK
i t ZZLE IN THE SHORTEST SPACE OF TIME
FOR BALE BV ALL NEWS COMPANIES STATIONERS AND AT TOY
STORES, oU BENT H ANY l)l)lti;.SS UPON HKCKII'T OV
PRICE, 9S CENTS, IIV
COLUMBIA MANUFACTURING CO.,
112 AMI 114 SOUTH EUTAW BTREET, BALTIMORE
Colorings and Lower
than ever before, are what
will recommend them to our
r. 1 Auu Aiur lining
New dmco?erj. Will brace jnu up in a week Mold with WRITTEN
'.I A IAN KF. lo l ore Nityuiu Di lnhlv. !.... . I ' 1 1 1 I'lrnai ni , 1 1, i .. ..
llivnliinlrT KinllooffK)mDyi'ii.i.. If BMlMted, net kroOblM IimiiI 1 1
ci.ii.iiiii.Ii.ii or IliHti lly, ll.miiii r ln lit uiiiil.ii l.oxi s for M. With m. tv IS
j-nhT ivi- kiv.. a nriiton immoh i a eureoi reniaduieMOMy. AiiJri,
1KAL lll-.bU lilt CO.. CloiluJ,Oliio.
Fomnln by JOHN 11. PHELPS, rbaruiaciet, cor.
Wyoming Ave. aud Spruce St.,
TtUrmja KS Tho only safe, euro and
v. K..I.U T.' ....... 1 T5TT T
iiuinum j ... iio i i . (,
ever offered to Ladies,
ed to marriod Ladies.
Sr Ask for SB. MOTT'S PENITIKO Y A I, PILtS and tuko no other.
,v. i .......... i .. . . . .... , ,i . ....
oenu lur uuumr. rnru i.uti mt uha, ...... . .., - ,..o..
Ull. MOTT'H CHKM1CAL CO., - CTevoluuU, Ohio.
iebj '. M. BARBIH, Drnnlai, mi Heuu Aeeaoe,
M18CVLL V NKOl H
ORTON 5 SWAKT8- WHOITESaTR
Inmbw, b aud V Dine llauk building,
MEOABGBK BROTHERS,- PRINTERS'
nppUet, ciiTi'loiiea. lper 1irk, twine.
Wiiruiiuiiau. 1H0 WeehlBfWO avo, Siruiituii,
BAUER'S OKCHESTRA - MU810 TOR
ball", picnics, rertii". eeepttoee. wed-
dlnn and eoneert work farulahed. Pgr term
address I!. .1. Haucr. conductor. 11? Wyoming
av(., over Hulbert'a music atore.
RZRA H N N & SUNS, buildere ami
,iRA kinn & suns, buildere ami ron trac
tors. Xerdei Corner Olive m. and Allium
; corner Ash st. ami Pebn eve., Berentoo
( i H. n.ARK t o, SceJamen, Floetati
T, and Nurserymen; store 1411 Washington
avenue; green hoiiao, 13W N'orlh Main evenoe
sioro telephone 788,
ORAM) DNION TEA CO., .lones HruM.
I J WI'STEK V l:li Km.Mi
Trains leeve Seranton as follows' Exprew
for New York und all points Kait I .SO, ijO,
5 Ifi, H im and 9.50 a. in. : 11 S5 and :l 'U p, lu.
Exp reel lor Beeton, Trenton, Philadelphia
and Hie South, 5 15, s.uo and U.SII a. in ; 12.55
ami M p. in.
Waahington and way stations. 140 p n.
Tobvbiinua ai'coiinuoilatiiiii. ii lu p. iu.
ICxiu- ss for i . , . 1 1 ,i 1 1 1 ' 1 1 Oswego. Elmira,
Coining, Hath. DahlVllle, Mount Morris and
Hulbilo. 12 III. '1 15 a. in. and 1-1 ; in., ninkiug
clpee ooniiectlona at Buffalo to all points in tho
West. Northwest and Southwest. ,
lluffulo iiceoiiiiniidatioii. '.'.HO a. iu.
Iliiighaintuu and way stations. 1137 p. m.
NiOholeon anil wav stations. 5.15 p. m.
Binghainton and Elmira Express. U05 p, in.
Express lor Cortland, Byreonae, Oawego,
(Jttee nnd Riobfield Springs, ;.I5 a in. ami UN
Ithaca. '.'15 and ll.nl a. in. and ll p. in.
For tiortbamberland,Pittaton,Wflk Barre,
Plymouth, Bloomaburg and DanvlBe, making
close coniieetioiis at Niirthiiiiiberlaud for
WllUamaport, Berrialmrg, Baltimore, Wush-
Ington and the South.
Nortliniiibi rlaiid slid intcrmeillate stations
ti.OU. M0 n. in. and MM anil 11.07 p. m.
Nautiooka and Intermediate stations, sih
mid ll.m a. in Plymouth and Intermediate
stations. BJWand 0.81 p. in.
I'ullln.ill parlor and sleeping coaches mi all
For detailed Inforpiation, pooketttm itablee,
etc., apply to If. Li. Smith, rity ticket oOoe,
;t!s Lac Kawanua avenue, or depot ticket office.
VTKW YORK, ONTARIO AND
li Hailro id. Srrantoti Division.
in effect Nov. in. I mm.
Trains h ave Seranton for Carbondale:
0.50. s.;m, 11.05 u. in., 4.50. 8.1H p. m.
For Haaoqpk Junction andmaiu oonneotlona
II u5 a m . il .10 p. m.
Trains leave Heaeoek .lunetien for main
linu connection for Scranton, il.OO a.m., 05
Trains leave Carbondale
for Scranton 7.'.',
9.15 a.m., I. Ill, i.'M, (.IS p m.
.1. C. ANDERSON,
General I'assenger Agout. Now Vork.
Dislriet Passenger Agniit, Scranton.
WYOMlNil VALLEY HAIL-
Milan Seranton tor Haw York and in
termediate points mi the Erie and llaivle, and
loeul points at 0.:15. H.45 a. in. and 8.81 p m.
Train leaving at 0.4B a. in. and 8.M p in.
are through trains to and from Honeada) e.
Trail loavo for VYilket-Barreat B.io a. m. aud
:l 1 p. m.
w I it
si RRI SS.
OS. Kl'ETTEU 5i5 Lackawanna avenue.
BsrantOU, l'a . monufrof Who Screens.
MOOSIC POWDER CO
uooms 1 and 2 Commonwealth Bld'g,
What is More Attractive
Thnn n tin lv fCU V. lHl II mu. hrii-hi
complexion?! For it, use Pozzoni's I'owder.
ntronliv. etiv. ninv Mrid bff
Hindoo tUrnedy. With ritiRoi-t'fiornr,
ami vlfror nulrhlr
ret(o(J. ni icut.fle,
nlL'hf Iv mlav.
1 by INftAlvO. the trrpnt
Ira KOiikBirclurnri, s -j.i hy
rugtfUle, ticruutuu, l'a.
IS THE BFST. Get prices ami
eo the furnace nnd be con
vinced. A full line of HEAT
ERS, Aupello aud (iauise Door
HE DUTHEIL STUDIO
I .A I KAW NV A y.SVK,
SAVIN"(1 M ADM a rontraet with a
lime metory to turn out l,ll
I ruin s between now and I hr nt
mas. I wish tiiiiunounee totlie null-
S"&"SS lie that I will make a UK.NUINE
CUAYON I'OHTHAIT roplwl from
any small ono AB80LUTBLT l'HKE OF
Ull A Hi IE
LAXKsl STVI.IS III' FRAHV8 I'ROM
Frames oO per cent, less than regular prlco.
E. im l ill il,. Artiat.
MINING and BLASTING
Uude at the MOOSIC and KU3H
Lnffliii & Hand Powder Co.'
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Klectric Battoriee, Fuse-i for explod
ing blast, Safety Fuse and
RcpaunoChemical Co. 's High Explosives
AMI DEALERS IN
Attiuiiio leaii und Preneh -tuft
Pare Uueeed on.
XorPeBtine and Vitrnliilioa
Beadv-mlxed PaJnti i 'i eolore,
rai ls bite and Kelaomlm
Ull1 Urol, ii.. oi-
Dust ami t'indov Glas4
European Plan. First class Bar atlnclioil.
liepol for burifiier A Eugul a Tauuhieusor
i E Cor, 15th and FlUert Wik
Most desirable, for residents of N E. PennJ
pylvsnis. All roriveuienees ior Iravelora
to and from Broad Street station and tho
Twelfth and Market Street station. Pe
'tlrable tor visitinu Sorantoiiluus aod lino
tli in tbo Anthracite Kegtou.
T. J. VICTORY