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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 20. 1894.
Th Nsws of Both Towns Told in Short
Special ti the .scrniifou Ti ilnuic.
PlTTSTON, P., April 19 Tlw cora
mitteo of fifteen who rverti tippoi u til
to iIpvUh luaaim of raiatug tna amount
necessary tu sewor and ;i.iv tlio town
liuv not as yet arrived at any con-
Judge Rioe lias appointed V7, H,
Holliiter burgeu of Aroca, to till the
THuMoy of 0. D. HollUter.
The 'gamp of buket ball between
Company C'a team and tli Plymouth
Star's club, at .Armory hall, Wedim .
day vning, resulted in an tnisy vic
tory for the homo player.
The wooden sidewalks on South
Jlalu (treet lire in a deplorable con
dition and a dlijrrao tothe borongn.
Where are the authorities'.'
On Monday evening qxi a grand
ball will be held at St. James' hall,
upper Pittaton, nnnar the auspiot of
the Ancient Order of Bibornlana, for
the benefit of Mlobaal Halloo, who was
dangeronely hurt by a premature Must
in the Twin shaft ItTtral weeks ago.
Mr. Nation lost one. of his eye and is
still under treatment at the hospital.
A telephone DMBMga received here
yesterday from Wilkea-Barre an
nounced the finding of a woman nn
IWering ih published description of
Mrs Anderson, who strayed from her
home on Seoton Hill afewdari uo,
wandering in the vicinity of Hen Sum
mit. She was taken to the Qiao Sum
mil Hotel, where she was kindly cared
for. Mr. Riobarda, of tho hotel,
brought, her to Wilkea-Barre on the
train reaching here ut 8.80 o'clock last
The Stove works impended opera
tions Wednesday evening for the bal
anco of the week. Tho suspension is
due to u depression iu the stove busi
Rer, Dr. James MoLeod, pastor of
the First Prbytrianohnreb,ot Scran
ton, will exchange pulpit with Kv
X. G. Parke on next Sunday morning,
Mr. Parka tilling his own pulpit iu the
Thomas 1). Wylie. of this place, and
Miss Maud Sharkey, of Philadelphia,
were married at 8 ''') o'clock Wednet'
day evening at th i home of the bride's
brother-in-law. Charles M. Compton,
In the latter city. The wedding was a
very quiet event, only the immediate
relatives of tho contracting couple be
ing in attendsnce. Mr. aud Mrs. Wylie
are expected to arriv her today, and
will st;:rt housekeeping at once iu the
Compton hous--, on Luzerne avenue, be
tween Washington and Parka streets,
The bus'.uesu men's committee ape
poiuted by the various churches to ad
vance the Moody campaign, in this
neighborhood will ni3et in the Y M. C.
A. rooms this evening at 7:110 to organ
ize for preliminary arrangements. Fol
lowing are the members, so far as re
ported: LuzTtie avenue Btptist,
I. L Bevau; Broad str-et M. P., Win
Drnry: Wen Mde M. K. Charles H.
Ccoi; Uroad street M. E , T. B. Stalsy;
Welsh CiDgregitional, Banj imin J.
Evens; West Side Preshyt, rian, Chns.
R. Andrews; Broad street Presbyterian,
Alexander Bryden, Tabriiacle Con
gregational, Wiliinm G. Thomas.
Welsh Bintist. Jacob W. Evani:
Tateaville M. E., Hov. James Jones;
Y M. C. A.. Edward J. Crowell.
Dr. C. J. Barrett is sntT-ring from a
Mrs. Heatoott has returned from a
two week's visit among Oneida friends.
Mia Ltllie Qingell, of Broad street,
is confined to her nomo by au attack of
Mrs. M. A. Chandler, wift of the
late Rev. A. Chandler, of Williams
; rt, is visiting her niece, Mrs. M. Hoi
comb Clelland, of Fnlton street.
Attorney J, W. Sanderson Is "whipping'-
the streams in search of trout.
The Fsast to Ba 01ebrat,d b7 the He
brew Thie Wssk
Fvecial to the Scranton Ttihun.
Pittston. Pa., April 19 The Feast
of th) Passover will begin today and
will last for eight days. It will be ob
servod by th Hetrows in the usual
manner. The orthodox Jews will re
frain from all servile work and will
close their places of biwness during
the days mentioned.
The festival commemorates the de
liverance of the children of Israel from
The seventh day of the feast oom
raemorates eepeciallv the event of Is
rael crossing tha had see. Moses' song
contained in the fifteenth chapter of
Exodus is the suripture reading on this
day. Special mnsic will be rendered
at theie services.
STRAYED FROM HOME.
Cedortd Boyo, Agd 5 and
Ynr, on thi Warpa'h.
,Sp,ral to the Fcrnnlnii T f&UIM.
Pittston, Pa., April l'.l-Wurl was
received here from Seranton notifyine; i
tho authorities to be nn the lookout for
two colored boys, ni(9' 5 and 10 years
respectively, who had disappeared from
their home In that city and supposed
to hav started for this plaee.
The two boys are children of (leoriro
Miller, who resided in this place some
tim ago, bnt loft here to take up his
renidence in the Klectric City.
Up to a late hour last. niht nothing
bad been seera or heard of the run
aways in this vicinity.
Farms for thn Million.
The marvelous dovidopment of the
States of ii Inneeota, smith Dakota. Iowa,
Nebrnflka and WyomlntT, within thn last
few yours has attracted attention in nil
parts of tho world. It is not necessary,
however, to search far for the cause ot
this wonderful growth, for this entire
rgtO&, which is penetrated by The North
Wettern Lino, toetna with golden oppor
tunities for enterprising farmers, me
chanics and laborers who desiio to better
their condition. Ilaro are Innds which
combine all varieties of soil, cllinato and
physicnl fonturo that render thorn most
desirable for agriculture or comrnerco.
RlOb rollir-S prairies, napabl of raising
the finest (unlity of farm products in lux
urious abnndanee, can still be secured at
low prices and upon most liberal torms,
mid in innny cases good productive farms
i an be purchased for scarcely moro than
the yonily rental many eistorn farmers
nro compelled to pay. Reaching tin, prm
cipnl cities and tOWM and the richest and
most productive funning districts of this
favored region The North-Western Lino
(l hicawo k North-Western It'yi offers its
patrons tbe Advantage of ready ninrkets,
unoxcellod tniin servico, perfect eiiiiii
mont and all tho comforts ami conven
iences known to strictly MrRt-class rail
way travel. Maps, time tables and general
information can be obtained of ticket
agents of connecting line?, or by address
ing W. A. Thrall, Qeneral Penser and
Ticket Agent Chicago ti North-Western
R'y, Ohleago, in.
Fucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salvo in the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fever
Bores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns aud nil Skin Eruptions, nnd posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
nr money refunded. 1 'rice ;:: conta per
box. For sale by Matthews limn.
Seeing is believing. You'll be
lieve when you see the beauty of
A Batfgar Mario ii...
The shy, tierce badger has oftea enough
been found amenable t gentle treatment,
provided his education begin in early life;
lint probably few of his tribe have evi l
proved so docile as a domesticated badge!
at Bnatone house, in Oxfordshire. Toil
animal, it is.-.tatod, manifests the greatest
delight when her master approach,
Taken out of her cage she waddl foi
she is very fat after him up aud down
the lawn, and appear perfectly happy.
The terriers are regard. -d by perfect, iiulif
ferenoe. Between her and the cat, on the
other hand, it is admitted that, "no love is
lost," but, even that seems to he mainly tin
fault of the oat, who will oooaaionaUy el
Vat her hack, but "loses heart, when with
in springing distant,'1 This Interesting
pet was captured, it appiurs, when a cul
at Hook's Norton. She feeds, il is said, on
cooked meat, winch may account (orhei
unwieldy condition. -London News.
Origin of the Marine Band,
The origin of tiie National Marine band
at Washington is most curious. Nearly a
hundred years ago a Yankee captain lid
unpad eatrolling troop of musicians on th
shores of the Bay of Naples and brought
them to tula country. From this handful
of Italians the band was developed. The
descendant of these stolen Italians air
now among the wealthiest, people of Wash
Ington. Some of them are prominent law
yet, and others have their names con
Heeled with the best known hotels and the
largest real estate offices in the Capital City.
New York World.
Mis Day's M'orli.
If it is true that New York society doea
nothing iu the day time, the reason for the
extraordinary activity of society men be
twisu the hours of i and 0 is a mystery.
Nearly all of I he young men who boor the
names of famous society people are to be
sen iu u state ot violent, agitation as they
rush about from one club to another and
call from house to house in the afternoon.
Clue of them remarked that he hail paid
Ave calls and? had attended three fairs, a
wedding, and a high tea in Leas than five
hours. It was a feat that might have
taxed the powers of a Napoleon. New
Francis II of Naples, that luckless Hour
bon dunce whose throne Garibaldi over
threw in I860, and who is said to be one of
Daildet's "kings iu exile," still lives inaiiu
less comfortableness In Paris, where his
sole activity is w alking once a day front his
apartment to the church of St, Philippe to
say his prayers.
Dr. V. W. GutlsaulUa, who is now one of
the most popular of ( ihieago' preachers, is
an Ohio men, abodt 83 years old. Ills nam
Is a corruption of the Spanish Gonial,
lie was graduated from the Ohio Woslsynn
university in 1875, and has been preaching
Oklahoma consists of a tract of land of
nearly iOOO.UOO acres in the heart of the In
dian territory. It was not oiiciied until
April . lSSll, which will account for its
not being ou the maps.
Dr Wood's Norway l'iuo Syrup cures
congh and cold quicker than any other
remedy, because it combines the ltmi;
healing quality of the pine-tree with other
valuable medicines, Sold by all dealers
on a guarantee ot satisfaction.
When Tlitiy WM lick, wo trave her Castorfs.
V. :, o she was a Child, she cried f , ,r Castoria.
When she became Bfls, she clung to Castoris.
Wbt-u ho hud Children, she gave them Castoria,
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
MT. PL P. AS ANT
AT IU TAIL
rolnf th" bMt quality f r domontlti iitfj,nnfl
fif nil nlM dt'liver-Mi m huj purt of tho city
at Iftwfwt prloe,
Orders left nt my offloo,
NO. JIH, WYOMING ATRNOtBt
nnr room, Bnt floor, Thirl National Hank,
nr htnt liy mnil nr tlenhono to thu mine, will
reeulvft pronipt attintmn.
HpeclgU en ii tract will 1m mnrto for thn talo
and (telivury of thickwhoat OjuI.
WM. T. SMITH.
1)1 AAA AAIAAM i ' i iiin-irntlrmrnl
I ajely, anew arwaatf, battel iy
f itikiU unit iooifi bow, llheAfetel o -
llfufrom ptOAlt ttW.frtfl liy mail When Mot Ririnp I
nd tftaryftil. Oof Mnet? nnmedy win I
I pOnUTrqir wn niua unmi mi., , ni-nrn. III.
What is More Attractive
Than a pretty faco with a frcHli, bright
coinplexion? For It, use Pozzoni'H Powder
I have been suffering ten
years with Erysipelas. Have
taken doctors medicines anil
patent medicines of most all
iclmts, tint Done seemed to dc
me any good. 1 iluallv mails
an my mind to try liuidoc.a.
Hie, 1 1 Bitter Have used four
bottle-, of 11 II b , and thins
raynclf entirely cured
Mus N '.! MOOATLTj
Service, Heaver Co., Pr.
L Robinson's Sons1
Manufacturer!! of the Celebrated
100,000 Bbls. Por Annum,
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & CONNELL CO.
HOW LIRE A
MAN HE FEELS
r AST YEAH he hud saved 1300,
He boughl a luiiis worth $1850
paid :(() down, ;;ivo ;t mort
gage for 91,550. Today ho esti
mates at) follows:
Interest on mortgKfe, .
Taxes end repiirs
Net saving on rent....
Siived ou salary
To apply ,m mortgage,
?J MJ I))
. J6 !0 in '0
REFLECTION "In I ! K yem Hint
hotutt will be fri from rtobfc and 1 hIihII
lirtvr i llOtUfl III my OWn1
ORRKN I- IDO K U thn )iarnillsn for
hnmeA Plun How huva recently Hn
lehed u beautlfnl villi, which they e fieri
on eety puymeutiii ut hih.o.
Cull i their offlee, between WMhlngtoo
ikiid Adatnaan Olive street
EZRA FINN & SONS,
OIL AND MANUFACTURING CO.
luunuaiiiij; w bv
Mso Shading and Journal Greasi
West Iarkawnnna Avr
..is -Meridian Streil
Enrop Piatt, First-olas, liar nttntiod.
li, pot for IlerKiier & ItQgtil' 'I'aanbBnaaf
N. E, Cor, 15th end Filtot ti Ptiilad
Most d-sirnblo fi r residents of N K. Penn'
lylvatila AU oonvonianoM tor travelers
to ami from Broad (street station and tho
'Jwelfth and Market Ktrnet stutlon Da
liralilefor rllitln S.raiitonlaus am', poo
tie In the Anthracite Hetflou.
T J VICTORY,
The most complete
in the market.
Hull U Co.
205 AND 207 AVE.
1 . TO) xj
liimnilv b.sr'M TV I
SUPERLATIVE AND GOLD MEDAL
The above brand of Hour can be had at any of the following merchants,
who will accept Thk TituiUNii Ki.uuit coui'o.N of 8S on each on hundred pounds
of Hour or 50 on each barrel of flour.
Bcrsnton -F. P, Price, Washington avoiiui I
tlold Uedat brand.
Dnntnore F. P, Prloe, Hold Medal Rrand.
Dunmore F. D Mauley. Superlative Brand,
Hyde Far k Carson A Davis, Wuhlnirn St.
Cold Medal brand; J, Hepti A. Mears.Huiu
avenue, Superlative llrund.
Green Ridge A L.Speucor.Uold Medal Brand.
J. T. Mi ll de. Superlative
I'rovidoneo Fenner & ObappelL N- Main avu
inn,, Superlative brand to. J, Hilioipie, W.
Market street, Gold Hedsl brand.
Olyphaiit dames Jordan, Superlativo brand
Peekvillo sdialter tt K ls-r Superlatlvj.
Jermyn 0, i). Winters A Co Huperauitlv
Arcbbald Jone. S mpson Oo . (told Modal.
Carbondale U. S. Clark, Hold Medal Brand,
II will- I N. Foster & Co. Uold Modal.
Miuouka M. II. Uvollo,
IRON and. STEEL
WILEY & RUSSELL AND WELLS BROS
Wboloaule aud retail dealers' in Wagonniakers' and Blacksmiths'
Ef r. r.
V- PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT
g AND POTASSIUM
S: Marveloiis Cures
IE in Blood Poison
cfji-' P. P. P. purities thn Mood, bulldsnp
- thn wnak u ml dobllltatutl, Klves
itrength to weakened nurve, expels
dNeaHes.Klvlaic tho patient hflalth and
happinoss wheru alcknesn, kI(M,i7
twJ feol(nj!and lassltudo Urat prevailed.
jgjgj Ppr primary, secondary and tertiary
ByphllK fr nlnod poison I njc. raercu-m-
rial n -jlsnu, malaria, dyspepsia, aud
jjfjfc In all hlond and akin dlseasea, like
"JT bl'tches, pimples, old chronic ulcers,
m tettt r, lOAld heaii, holla, erysipelas,
eosema- womayaay, without fear of
Contradiction, that P. P. P. la the best
fr . blood purlllnr In tho world, and makea
fci positive, speedy and permaneut curea
' in all caaua,
jmr Ladles whose sy items are polsnned
m"- and whoso hluod lalnanlmporeoonal
e tlnn, duo to menstrual lrreifularlt ies,
urn jioeuliarlr heiinlltcd hv thn wen-
e1 derrol tonto tii blon i oleantlns pmp-
pw . ortiesof p. P. P. Prickly Aah, Puko
Boot tnd Potassium.
Pi'iiiHOFirLD, Mo. , Auk. 11th. 1893i
I can speak In the highest terms of
your medicine from my own person, d
knowledge, I waa affected wlm heart
dlaeaae, plenriay and rheumatism for
;t;. years, w:is treated by thn very best
pnyvlolanJ unn spent huudreds of dol
lar's, tried every known remedy with
out Undine mUef. I have only tnieO
oun Motile of v nr P. !'. P. , und can
rf nil v s iv li has dnnn me rnre
mod thM anything I have ever taken,
i oao recommend yonr medtnine to all
BUdorcr 1 ol the it'" dtsnasea.
MRM. M. M. YKARY.
Bpr jglleld, Green County, Mo.
ULCERS, PIMPLES. B LOTC H ES. ABSCESSES. SALT
RHEUM, RUNNING SORES, OR SCROFULA
IN THE SPRING -
If r,o. vour Blood munt
Beuvii.le, Mich., April 12, 1899.
MEssafl. For.Tr.ti Mn.irmi & Co.
Dear Mrs : 1 wrflr tliit you may know tlio good I lmvn received iron tlio
HUUOOCIC IILODI) BITTEttS. I am now on the ninth boltlo of your wonderful
Blttan and must ronfesa I havo received prompt cure of a lonp Standing disease
BCHOFULA. I have used dollar after dollars' worth of medicines and received
no relief, but tho third boltlo of B. B. B. I found ureal rest. 1 have also used
throo bottles of BORDOOX Pills; they aro tho best medicino I over took. I
cannot praise them loo highly. 1 do owe my whole life to thetu and can recom
mend thorn to every living soul that is nlllieted with that dreadful disease, SCROF
ULA. I whs nlllieted with lumps as large as an egg in my right sldo and large
lumps on my throat, and my limbs wero covered with a burning and itching rash,
which very greatly annoyed "me when near the Warm stove. I had spent a great deal
of money trying to got relief, and consulted the best medical treatment in tho
State, but all in vain, they did mo no good whatever, and I had about given up
when I thought I would try your medicines, and, thank God, they have cured me.
I am a. well woman toxlay. Your ev true friend and well wisher,
MRS. CHAS. HUTTON, V.
11 Bcrvillo, St. Clair Co., Michigan.
BEFOItB AND AKTKlt UBINU,
For Sale byC. At. II . Kills, Druggist,
Ftom tile iV. y. Triune, Kov.t. IKS.
"Chicago, Oct 81. Fb first official
announcement of World's Fair di
plomas on flour has been made. A
medal has beon awarded by the
World's Fair judges to the Hour manu
factured by tho Washburn, Crosby Co,
iu the great Washburn Flour Mills,
Minneapolis. The committee reports
tlw Hour strong and pure, and entitles
it to rank as first-class patent flour for
family aud bakers' uae."
Tuylor-Judt;e&Co. Uold Medal; Atherton
& Co., Superlative.
Duryea Lawrence Store Co., Mold Modal.
Ifooslc Jobn MoCrlndle, (lold Medal.
PJtUton M W. O'Hoylo, Gold Mislal.
Clark's Green Frace & Parker, Superlative.
Chirk s summit -F. M. Young, Gold Modal.
Dalton -S. E. Finn & Soli, Uold Medal llraud.
Nicholson -J, V.. llardiug.
Waverly-M. VV. llllss A Sou, Cold Modal.
Factory villo -Charles Gal doer, Cold Medal.
Hoplioltom N. M. Finn St Sou, Hold Medal.
Tobyhanna -Tobyhanua St L'Uigh Lumbar
Co.. Uold Meilal brand
Gonldsboro 8 A. Adams. Gold Melal brand.
Moscow Uaige & Clements, Cold Medal.
Lake Ariel James A. Dortree, Cold MedaL
Forest City-J. L. Morgan & Co., Cold Modal
R. It. SI'IKES
and Old Sores 3
and Kidney Troubles
Are entlrt'ly remoTcd by P.P.P. '
Prickly Ash. Poke Root and Potas-
Blum, the greutent blood puxltlar on W
eurtli. . J
AnEnDKUM, O. . Jnly 21 , 1891. a9
MEsita. LirPMAS Bros., SavaDnan,
Oa. : Dkab Sirs-I bouubt a botilo of 'ay
your P.P. P. at Hot Sprlnjp. Ark.,and gf
It has dono me moro KooTthan throo
months troatm.nl at tho Hot Springs.
HouJ throe buitlt's C. U. D. aflf
JAB. M, NEWTON, W
Aberdeen, Brown County, O.
1'npl. J. D. Johmlon. w
To nil ii horn it mutt concern: 1 herd f
by testify to the wonderlul properties igff
of P. P.P. for eruptions of the skin. I
suffered for MTtrl years with an un
slKhtly and dlsnirreeahlo eruption ,,n gg)
my laco. I tried every known reme
dy but In vnln, until P. P. P. was used,
and am now entirely eured.
(Signed by) j. d. .ioiinston, "g
Nkln CMMC Cared.
Tettimony from the Mayor of Scquin.TcX,
Si griN, Tux., January 14,1893.
ktTMiaf. 14PPMAM Bros., M.ivannah, BF
On. : tfCTlll, ,iir,i--l have tried your P. ,ga
p. P. for a illseaso of the skin , usually
known as skin cancer. of thirty years' --tSF
standintr. and found (treat relief: 1C
purities the blood and removes all tr- SF
Rtatlon from tbfl seat of the disease ,
nnd prevents nny snreadtnti of tlio
snr,'s. I have taken flveor six bottles
nnd feel ., undent that sn,'ther conria . gga
will effect a cure. It has also relloved
nte from lndlestton and stoinacb -aW
troubles. Your, truly, - -0
CAPT. W. M. RF9T,
Attorney at Law. sW
Book on Blood Olseoses ih free.
ALL DBUOQI8T8 SELL IT.
LIPPMAN BROS. -3
I.lppmnu'. Illock,founnah,0 '
bo impure. Cloan30 tho
snBssBMHBBMBansw i 1 1 iu
Tho groat remedy for nervous prostration and all ncrrons diseases of
the generative organs of either sex. such as Nervous Prostration, Fall
ing or Lost Manhood, linpotency. Nightly Kuitsslons, Youthful Errors,
Mental Worry, excessive use of Tobaceoor Opium, whlonleadtoCon
sumption and insanity. With every SS order we give a written guar
antee to euro or rerund the money. Hold at ll.40 per box, Obexes
for ...oo. UK. MOTT'S It JM I A t, CO., 4. Icvcluuil. Okies
1 J7 1'euu Avenue,
husk law AWiT Wtto BONit
DR. U. EDUAR OK AN has removed to till)
Spruce street, BeraStOBt Pa. tJust op
poslte court-house Hquare.)
K. A. J, c6NNEI,L,-Oflli-e 2U1 WUinKtou
avenue, corner Hpruce etreet, over
rranok drug store. Kesldenco, Tit Vine st.
Othce hours: IU.3U to 12 a. in. and to I aud
' to 7.1X1 p. in. Sunday, s u, a p. m.
DR. W. K ALLEN, Ufllcu cor. Lae
wnnua aud Wiuihttnrtou aven. : over Leon
ard aboe store; olllce hours, IU to 12 u. m. und
3 to t p. m. eveulugs at reuldoncu 012 N
DK. C. L. KKIiY, PraoUof limited to Dis
eases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat;
offleij, L22 Wyomiutf ave. Residence, 02K Vine
DH. L M. GATES. 125 Wasliington Avenue.
Olllce hours, 8 to u a.m., l.lM to .. and '
toH p.m. Kestdonce an!) Madison uvuiu
J DUN L WENTZ, M. JJ., Ollieoi 02 and 01
Commonwealth building; residence 711
lladiHonave; office hours, 10 to 12, 2 to I, 7 to
B; Suuduyu 2.30 to 4. eveidmis ut residence. A
specialty mado of direases of tho eye, ear. now)
and throat and KynoooloK v
VKI KKINAKV BOBCBUMt
I.' sTCitoc, Vewrmar
medalist of Ou-
tistry a specialty; gold
Ollleu. -I2IJ Spruce
Telephone No. 1712.
CHANCES Uw and Collection of
. nee, Wo. S17 Hp
House. Scrmiton. Pi
Suruco St.. ouuoBlte Forest
i oil' , lions Kpeciulty
throughout Pennsylvania; reliable correspou,
eniM in every county
IES.-sL'J'S ii HA.,Ll, Attorney, snd
lots at law.
w. ii. j KHsre,
Horace E Hano.
w ii Jasscp, .ut
11 ' IT I A UTS Wlllllb'M A.
K.N API', Attor
ncys and Counselors at Law, Henuhlican
' in- v asuininon ave.. scuuitoi
UATTLitsoN St WILCOX, Attorneys ani
I Counsellors at Law; olbcusO and - Library
buiidmg. bciunton. Fa
KOSWEI.L H. PATTBIlSoe.
WILLIAM A. W1U 0
ALFRKI) HAND, WILLIAM .1 HAND, AU
bjrueys and Counsellors, Commonwealth
huil. ling Rooms IK. 20 and 1
U- !' HdYLE, Altomej at Law. No- Pi io,d
HO, Uurr building, Wushington avenue.
ITENRY M. SEELY Lawo7)ices in Price
II building, 120 Washington avenue.
FltANK T OK1.LL, Attorney at La'wl Hoom
l. Coal Exchange Scranton. I'a.
MILTON W" LOWRYfi Att'y-a, 827 Washing
C. li VU. STOK' H. (touav.. C II. square
IAMESW OAKI-'OKD, Attorney at Law
tl rooms 03, M and W, Conimoiiwealth b Tg
CAMUlil, W. KbliAK, Attorney at Law.
O Office, 317 Soruoest. Scranton. IJa.
I A WATUEs.
Attorney at La.v,
-Li. Larks wanna aue.
P. blllTH. tonu-elior at Law. Offlee.
rooms Ttl. !u, to CnnitnouwuHltti bii.l-mssr
It PlTCHKIt. Attorney at Uw. Com
monwealth bullalniz. SarMtMh Pa
C. COMKUYH, 81!1 Spruce st
l b KhfLOOLE, Attorney -Loans nok-o-
tiated mi ru.,1 estate s, i-urity ;!J- Spru,.-
KILLAM, Attorney at-Law, YM Wy
ouiinL' avenue, Scranton.
HAVE YOUR DEEDS AND MORTGAGES
writt.n aud acknowledged by J W.
BROWNING, Attorney aud Notary Public.
SCHOOL OK THE LACKAWANNA. Scran
O ton. Pa . orenares boys und Blrls for 1.
or businosa: thoroughly trains young children
CaUloaue at request.
Kev. Thomas M Can
Waltkk H hlEI.L
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
and KebooL Adan,n avenue. Pupil
received at all times. Next term will open
C LATJBACH, burgeon Dentist, No, 113
. Wyoming ave.
R It HTRATTOM. offlee Coal Enebsn?e
ryUh REPUBLIC Savings
and Loan AesO"
x ciation will loan ou t
money on easier terms
and pay you better on investment than any
otaer association Call on S. N. CALLEN-
DF.R, Dime Bank bnilding
p R. CLARK & CO., Seedsmen. Fl,,nst.
I . and Nurserymen; store 146 Washington
avenue; green house,13j0 North Main avenue;
store telephone 762.
GRAND UNION TEA CO.. Jones Bros
It IRE RCRERN8.
OS Kl'ETTEU 5u Lackawanna aveuaj.
Scranton. ra . nianuf'r of Wire Screens
11(11 KI.S AND RESTAURANT..
UK WESTMINSTER, 217-211) Wyum ng
ave. Rooms heated with steam; all mod
era improvements C St. I m man. Prop
yiEOLEK S HOTEL. ia7 Lackawanna ave
ij uue, Scranton Rates reasonable.
P, ZiEOt.r.R. Proprietor.
U- EST MINSTER HOTEL
W. G. BGHBNCK
bixteentb street, one block east ot Broadway.
block east of Hroad
at I nlon Square, New lork.
iotiarn. New York.
American plan, ff 50 per day and npward.
J rooms. Opei
Open day and
night. Bar sup
plied witu the best
II. COYNE. Proprietor
LM'UAN'ION HOUSE, near IV.
1. ' Scnger depot.
t ondncted on the European
plan. Victob Koch. Proprietor.
C KAMI CENTRAL The largest an 1 b-s;
I equippei hotel in Allontowu. Pa ; ratoi
2 and 2.oO per day.
ictok D. BARiraa, Proprietor,
AIU HIT I ( TS
DAVIS HOl'I'i. Arciiitects Rooms 2t.
25 and 26 Coinnionweallh h id e Scranton.
WALTER, Architect. Library I und
ing. Wyoming avenue, frrnmnn.
I? L. BROWN
Arch B. Architect. Price
building, 126 Washington Ave., Scranton
Mlsi KI.LA NKOUS.
B A1 En's 0BCHK8TRA - MU810 FOR
balls, picnics, parties, raceptlona, wed
dings and concert work furnished, l or terms
address R. J. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyoming;
RVe.. over liuioeri s muse- siore.
HOKTON D- SWA UTS WHol.ESAI.li
liiinlKir. 6 and u Oime Hank building.
EGARUEE llIiOTHERH. PRINTERS
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twlna
Warehonse, 180 Washington ave. Scranton.
IooTK's I.IVKRY. I5,' Capons., avenue
I First class carriages n L rOOTE, Agt
Pnneral Dlroctor and Emhaimcr.
V. BROWN Sc CO. WHOLE
sale dealers iu oodware. t'ordnee and
Oil cioth, 7-.li W. Lacknwanna avenue
jnZRA FINN A SuNS. bull, I, is and contra.
Ill tors Yards Corner Olive st. and Adaim
avo. ; corner Asli st. and Peun ave . Scranton.
IS THE BEST. Get prices nml
see th liirHRce and he con
vinced. A full line of IIEAT
F.RS, Aupello and Onuze Door
COUPON NO. 45.
Send or bring two of theso coupons, differently numbered,
5 with Ten Cents, and get one of tlio series of sixteeu magnificent
5 photographs. Eight numbers now ready. Mail orders,2c. extra.
RAILROAD TIMF. TABLES.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF R I
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Ant'ji-aciti- coal usod excluslvelv. innurlnff
cleanliness und comfort.
timk lAiiLu in nvaoT ran. i, ism.
Trains leave Scranton for Pittston, WOke.
Bui re, etc . at 8. in, D.lj, 11.30 a. m., 12.J0, 2.00,
3.S0, 5.ini, 7.20, U.na p. m. Sundays, 9.U0 a. in.,
1.U0, gOO, 7.10 p. in.
For Atlantic City, 8.10 a. m.
For New York, Newark and Elizabeth, 8.10
(express) a, m., 12.30 (expross with buffet
parlor carj, 3.30 (express p. m. Sunday, 2.00
For Matron Chuhk, ai.i.f.ntown, bf.thi.r-
BBM, BABTOa and PHILADELPHIA. 8.10 a. in..
12.:j. B.30. 5.i fexoept Philadelphia; p. in.
Sunday, 2 00 P. in.
For Com; BRAKOB, OckAn Grove, etc., at
8.10u. in.. 1'i.SOp. m.
For Reading, Lebanon and Harrisburg, via
All en town, ,10u. iu., 12:tU, O.OO. p.m. Hucduy,
2.1 ill p, m.
For PottS Title, 8. 10 a m., 12 30 p m.
11' turning, leave New York, foot of Liberty
Street North river, at I'.IO (express) a. m.,
1.10, 1.30, 4.30 (express with Duffel parlor car
p. m. Sunday. 4,:m a. in.
Leave Philadelphia. Heading Terminal, 9.')0
a. m , 2.00 and .3i p, m. Sunday. II 27 a, DO,
Through tickets to all points a lowest rates
may be hud on application In advance to the
ticket agent at ih i stutlcn.
11. P. BALDWIN,
. . Gen Pass Agent
J. H. OtHAUSBN,
DELAWARE AND HUD
ComoMdng May R, iwa
tl'atna will run aa follows:
Trains leave Bridiro Street
Station. HcrantOD, for Pitts
ton, w ilke Barre, etc.. H 1)0,
.Vf, U1T, 10.42 a. m lilo.
1,16, 2.. 4.1. 16, C.15, U.li
and ii.'Si p. ui.
For New York and Phila
delphia. hiUa. in.. 12.10. 1J&
2..- 4 ID .Hid li m
Kor Hoiiesdale ffrom Delaware, Lackawanna
and western depot), 7 0), HSU, 10. IU a.m.. 12.00
in., 2. 17, o. 10 p. m.
For CarliOiiuale and intermediate stations.
6.40. 7W). c.iJO. 10. ID a. m . 12.00 in. ,2 17, 8.3&,S.ltl
B.90 and 9 8S p, in ; from Bridgestr.jt Depot,
2.K1 a. in., 2.l7and II & I. m.
Fast eipnH to Albany, Sarutoa, tlie Adi
rondack Moantalua, Boston and N-w England
points. 5.40 a. m., arriving at Albany 12.15.
; 1 1 1 1 i 2.21) p. m., and leavinir Scrunton at 3
p m , arriving at Albany at 4.50 p iu., Sara
toga. 12 7, a. m , and B slou, 7.0H a. m
The only direct route between the coal fields
and Boston. "The Leading Tourists' Routs
of America'' to the Adirondack Mountain re
sorts, Lak'-s George and Champlaiu, Montreal,
Time tables showing local and through train
service between stations on all divisions Dela
ware and Hudson system, may be obtainod at
all Delaware and Hudson ticket offices.
H. O YOUNG, J. W BURDICK,
Second Vice Pre-"ident. Gen. I'aes. AgU
1F.UIGH VALLEY RAILROAD.
J FKU. 11, lS9f.
Train leaves Scranton for Philadelphia and
New York via. !'.': I. R. at 8 a.m. 12.10.
2.s and 11 35 p. m via D , L & W. R. It , GOO,
-'-1.2 a. in., aud 1.3) p. in.
Leave Scranton for Pittston and Wilkes
barre via D., L it W. R. R , 6.00, bOS. 11.3)
a. m . l ift). MO, 6.07 tM p. m.
Leave Scranton for White Haven, Hazleton.
Pottsville and all points on tbe beaver
Meadow and Pottsville branches, via E & W.
V.. 040 a. in . via D. & H. R. R. at 8 a.ia. 12.10,
2.3s. 4 16 p.m . via D , L. 4: W. R. K., ti.'J0, 6.0,
11.20 a iu 1.80, 3i p.m.
Leave Scranton for Bethlehem, Eastou,
Reading. Harrii-burg and all lutermediat?
point via D i H R. R.. B a m.. 12 10, g.:K U.3i
p.m.. via D , L. os W. R. H.,6 00 0e. 11.20 a. ra.,
Leave Scranton forTunkhaunock. Towands.
Elmira. Itha'-a. Geneva and all intermeliita
points via D. St H. R I; -7 a in.. 12 10 and 11.3)
p. m.. via D L. St W. R R.. s 0s a m.,l.:m p. m.
Leave Scranton for Rochester, Buffalo. Ni
agara Falls, Detroit, Chn-ago and all point
west via D & II R. R. 0.07 a.m.. 12 10,0.15,11.1)
P m , viu D. L. St W. R. & and Pitt-ton
Junction, B OS a ni lJ035p. in , via E i W.
R R.. ?.41 p. m,
For Elm ra and th? Wt via Salammoi. vi
l. IH R R 0.07 a.m.. 1210,6.15 p. m. va D.,
L. & W R R.. ,8 08 a.m.. 1 0 and 6.'J7 p m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V. chair
cars on all trains between L. St B Junction or
Wilkes Barre aud New York. Pbilad -lp.ila,
Buffalo and Suspension Bridge
Riil. LIN H WILBUR. Gen. Supt. East Div.
CHAS. S, LEE. Gen. Pas Ag't. Phila.Pj.
A W .V iNNEM ACHEK A-,s't O.nPass Ag't,
South Bathlehsm, Pt,
T A ELA W KE,
Trains leave Scrant-n as follows: Exnress
for New Yolk and all points. East. 1..VI, 250,
.", i " . b.on and 050 a. m ; 12 b and 3 90 p, m.
Express for Easton. Trenton, Philadelphia
and the South, j l too and 0.50 a. m.: 12.55
aud 3.50 p. m.
Washington and wny stations, 2.40 p m.
Tobyhanna accoiuuiodation, 6 10 p.m.
Ezpr ss f, ,r Binghamtou, Oswego. Eimira,
Corning. Bath. Dansville. Mount Morris aud
Buffalo. 12 10. 2 15 a. in. and 1 24 p. m., making
close connections at Buffalo to all points in the
West, Northwest and Southwest.
Ba;h aceomnvdation. B.30 a. m.
Bingbamton and way stations. 12 37 p in,
Nicholson an,l wav stations. 5 45 p. m,
Bingbamton and Elmira Expross. 6 05p.m.
Express for Cortland. Syracnso. Oswego,
Utioa and Richfield Springs, IU a m. aud 1J4
Itlinca. 2 15 and S 20 a m and 1 24 p. m.
F'or Nortliumberlsud. Pittston, Wnkes Barre,
riyuiouth. Ukvinsburg and Danville, miking
close connections at Northumberland for
WilUanuport Harnsburg. Baltimore, Wash
ington and the South.
Northunils rland nd Intermediate stations,
6.00, 0 50 a r.i and 1 30 and 607 p. m.
Nsnncoke and intennediate itationa 8 01
and 112o a m Plymouth and intermediate
stations. UOand 0.3s' V, in.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on all
expt ss trains.
For detailed information, pocket tim I tables,
etc . apply to M. L. Smith, city ticket offlea,
828 Lackawanna avtnns, or depot ticket oitice.
In Filed January 2Sth, 1S04.
too sol 5651
.in toi tea
1 r- a C
a 5 S S S a
a (Trains Dally. Ex- n S
I ccpt Sunday.) r 5 a
r u Arrive Leave, i
, 88 N Y. Franklin St.i .... .
7 to West 42nd street
7 00 Wecliawkon I.... .
p v Arrive Leave a m .
r v 1
8 10, .
7 till .
7 8 .
7 at .
7 08 r
i i5 Haucis-k junction 6 ii
.. 8 11
6 4 l
.. a r,s
i a oa
.. 3 ul
u 3 191
7 24S (1
s is -:, sr i mo
: s: ii is 13 ,
Ktus ss ....I
64: Stall J
6 3.'J 5 1411 ss
CO H0l .', iflfllW
7 84 , 0 .',6 3 451
7 -hi 111 (-4, :l MS
7 4Sll0 OBI 3 S41
6 S.i M17.U SI
7 4S 10 10 3 S9I
7.VJI0IS1 4 041
6 ss :-o.
6 4H SO
1 1 It
7 .'.4 1017 4C7J
f 1?' 4 .V-
7 lit ;0 Si! 4 10
6 161 4
8 00 10 84 4 141
t 02 10 2.1 4 1Tl
S O:, 10 3ll 4 0l
a ma a r Ml
ami 4.-0 11 OBI
f n r i Mlave
All ti olns i nn dally except Sunday.
f slgnlilcs that trains stop on sls'tiul for passl
Additional trains leave carbnndale for ScranJ
ton 1.10 mid 6.1B p. in., arrlrlntt at scranton 1.1
Leave Scranton for carbondale 6 50 aDd 8.!
arriving at carbondale at , 36 aud 9.15 p. m.
secure rates via Ontario a Western beton
purchasing tickets and save money. Day and
Niut Knprcas to the West.
J.C. Anderson, Gen. Pass, Agt.
T. Hltcrott, Dlv. lass, Agt. Scranton, Pa.
I? R1E AND WYOM1NU VALLEY KAILJ
Train leave Scranton for New York and ln-1
tcmicdiate points on the Erio railriul at Oil
a. in. and .1.44 p. 111. Also tor ttawley auJ
local pointa at 6 its. tl.4", and 1144 p in.
Train leaving at 0.4e a. 111. and 1144
aro through trnius to and from Hotieslals.l
Trains loavo tor Wilkes Iturro at 6 40 a. m. and
o II p. 111.