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THE SCRAJNTON TRIBTOE-TIIUI.SnAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1894.
Old Titus Writing the History of
YVhon old Titns wrote Roue's history
he did not think that in future agvi the
stiriurs of Europe would bo brought to
America, for America was not known
then, although it existeil.and o did the
t'nrlHuad Springe. You oau buy the
Carlsbad Bprndel Suit at every drug
store now. They are the concentrated
evaporations of the Waters of Carlsbad
which huve ban used for centurlea for
their epscilio properties in all derange
nieuts of the stuinaoh. eonstlpation.
liver and kidupy disessos. The genu
ine litis the sitcnatura of "Eisner and
MandallOD Co , Hole Agents, New
York." on every bottle.
WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE?
An Allseed Buffalo Solum to Play ths
Tallapoosa Oams Again.
Ppretat In fit .Seranton Tribune.
riTTST.'N, Msy 'J A apeoial dispiteh
aunt out from lUttlalo lias the following
to aay concerning the transactions of
p.-rsous in ttna locality. It runt aa fol
lows: "A clever scheme by means of
which t ne good people of Vilka
l! irre are to be relieved of about 1S,
000 c.itiie to light her on Saturday.
Aa the story govs a deal has been ooia
ploted between a real estate broker of
tliii eity aud two or throe eltitona of
Pittstou, whereby a pieoe of vaoiut
property girregatiug in the neighbor
hmd of 4. WO feet frotitn, bought
here for an avjrnga of 18.8Q a foot, is
to be auloiil-d on Wilkes H irre capi
talists at 1 15.50, or an iutlttion of $3 a
foot, the parties in the deal to pocket
the f.12,000" thus obtains I The hook
1: - been temptingly baited, ani it
only rem tins tu tit seen whether ths
tithing grounds selected will yield ths
gulgeons who are to swallow it.
The property lias near tho city line,
nlrucst live miles from the city hall,
end within the shadow of a 20 foot
railroad etubaiikuiunt along wjicn
Irani thunder night and day It can
hardly be called deeirabie rest dance
property, and yet it is on the line of
progress, and Its market value, $12 0
Itr fojt, might be safe inveatment
wbleh in time would yield a return.
Notwithstanding, however, It has been
la the market here at the lower rate
i amed for som time, there appears to
be no great ruh to suatcli it u;i by lo
cal dealer, hence, probably the effort
which ia to ba made totinloid it 00
K-al e-tat hers is moving very
slowly at praaaat) but there has hues
l.o decline in prices where the invest
tuenla were carefully male, and with
the return of good times the "boom"
will probably be resumed."
BAD DOAWAOI causes much sickness,
aud bad blood and improper action of the
Iit.t and kidneys is bail drainage to the
human system, winch llurdock Blood Hit
PITTSTON CONOFdSATION .
Minor Matters of L.cal Intersst Cut
Down for (in k Peruaal
Atrial to thr .Nminfon Tribune.
riTTSluN, IV, May U -The congre
gation of the Water Street Episcopal
chnrch has decided to paint ttie struc
ture. Tue work will be commenced
Toa Y.i'.cao Iron works, of the West
Side, has hog un lea hour s ilfls. Daring
to the recent depression the works have
baea working night hours a day.
l'Vrdinand Incutti, the South Main
street Italian who figured m a aeuta
tlotial story some ttU" ago in connec
tion with Bill Koss and other Italians,
has bad another tilt with the wily
lilll and the result is Hilly baa bad Fr
diuand arreatei and the latter has on
t.red a counter suit. The misunder
standing ; tv . the parlies is due to
a boy now in the possesion of Incutti,
which Ryes alleges is b. log held ille
gally from the hoy's pareule,
The white and gold Interior need in
the aeeond aot of I) L Hart's new
play, "The Daughter of Dixie," will be
one of the most maifiitticetit saenee
ever nsed iu a play. It is so delicate
that the slightest touch with the bare
hand will soil it Therefore the stage
hands will necessarily have to wear
spotless white gloves iu handling it
Wilkes Uarra Times.
A Urge number of mem bora of Nu
gent post, Department of l'eunsyl
vania, Grand Army of the Republic,
went to Wilkes-liarre on the electrio
at 7 o'clock this evening, to attend the
exercises iuciduut to the presentation
of a handsome gold watch to Herman
Cohoe. quartermaster of Couyugham
post, No. W.
The following persons frsm this
vicinity are to report June 18: Pitts
ton, Henry M. Williamson, merchant;
O. C. Glick, druggist; D. G. Botaard,
agent; 11. Hurray, hotel; Gilbert O
Jones, miner; Maroy, James Kennedy,
Ei-Borough Treasurer G. L. Houter
contemplates bringing aetion against
the borough for the recovery of fees he
was deprived of through the failure of
the outgoing aounoil to meet and pay
bills daring the last three months of
the fiscal year. The accumulated bills
of borough officers and for work done
Iu three months, whioh sboald bave
been passed by the old oouucil and
paid by Mr. Houser, were acted on by
the new council, consequently the new
borough treasurer is paying these bills
that should have been paid monthly,
derived the percentage on disburse
ments that wenld have gone to Mr.
The ladles of St. James' church will
bold society at the home of Mrs. R. W.
Day, of Sebastopol , tomorrow evening
at 7.30. All are invited. Sinning, music
and games will be the chief amuse
ments of tba evening.
Tba members of Wyoming Com
mandery No. 57, Knighte Templar,
will attend divine servioe at Dr. Jones'
ohureb, Wilkes-Bajre, tomorrow
(Thursday) evening. Tbey will meet
at their rooms at 6 80 aud leave for
Wilkes-Barre at 7 o'olook.
Miss Ward, of Philadelphia, is the
gueat of Miss Morris, of William
Mrs. M. Wiseman, of WillctR-Barre,
visited Mrs. H. M. Wiseman, of Wil
liam street, yesterday.
Arrangements have been made to lo
cate tba tent for the Moody meetings
on the river bank in West Pittston in
front of the properties of G. B. Thomp
aon and Thomas E. Grier, on River
Martin J. Howley, of Pittston town
ship, is an aspirant for the Domocratia
nomination as jury commissioner.
The annual excursion of St. Jam's
church will be held at Ransom grove
on Thursday, Juue 21. Music will be
Tax Colleotor-ehot McDonnell's re
ply to the paper filed iu court calling
upon him to show by what right he
claims the offloe will probably bo filed
Edward C. Root and wife have gone
to Wyuiusing, in which pleasant coun
try town they will spond about two
mouths in the hope that Mr. Root will
recover him health.
GENERAL NEWS OF INDUSTRIES.
The conl tonnnge of the Rending mil
rond for the week endod May SwuslU!,-
i tons, n decrease of 2 4, .10 7 tons over tlie
corresponding week Inst year. Total ship
ments fur She year to dale aggregal id
4.071,484 tons.a ilecreuie.as Cotnpamd with
the correnpoudiug period last your, of
The Heading repair shops in the cal re
gion have been ordered to hereafter work
live daj-H each week instead of three, This
is done to get rid of an accumulation of
shop cars and prepare for any sudden ac
tivity iu the coal trade that inlght mail
from a coutiuuiuice of the bituminous
strike. There are Ave miles of cars be
tween l'ort Carbon and Middleport thut
need repairs, an 1 over ouo mile at Mount
One Incidout of the Delaware nnd Un i
son annual election in New York Tuesday,
iu which trio Olvphant stockholders were
triumphantly Sustained, is thus related by
th c jut ham repn sontative of the Philadel
phia Inquirer: "William Williams, of Car
bondalu, Pa,, owns one share of stuck.
Bvary year he attends the meetings of the
ahareholdeis ami always come, to the
front with a complaint. Mr. Williams is
kuowu as 'Squire of Carbondnle, where bo
Is also justice of tint peace, uud where he
also Writes n great deal of poetry. The
'."quire had some of Ins poetry with him
today." Possibly it was the poetry that
defeated Leiirand B. Cannon and carried
the new took is-ue at par, but this la not
The Honey llniok washery operated by
the Carson Goal company has rasamod
operations after an idleuess of several
days during which time new machinery
Was being placed ill the breaker.
It is now rumored that ViOO President
Vi.orhees will reslgu Irom tue Beading
Shipments of I.vkeus' Valley coal for
the wi i-k elide I ilay .'. aggregated U DM
tone, au Increase of 77y tons; for the ve.ir
to date eliipiiieiits am unt-.l to l-.l,.Mr
tone, a oaOraaaa it J l,Nl tons.
Humor has It that the Ontario people
win aoon a id to their pasasngsr service,
already excellent They may, it Is I
run trains into the Lackawanna depot
when the Delaware ai.d Hadson trains
euter the new Lackawanna avenue sta
tion. William Hughes and Wtl.iam Watkius,
experienced miners both, hae beta
Coiitruct a new cillery en v. ly fl 1. 1.
near l nrbondale. wbich, when In opera
tion. will employ 100 men and Ihi-s Pre
para tictia are being male f t siakiag s
el. aft. The new company's pr lust will be
shipped "Ver the Ontario and Was tarn, ai-
tOoCgD the no hrm will particularly
cater to local trade.
A slightly bettor demand for anthracite
is reported, due In part to the MMmla
famine and in part to the expectation ol
an increase lu the June circular. Pan and
buckwheat are in exceptional favor. At
Ikiet n and Buffalo the market la notice
ably better. The anthracite aoala
Uted li. ' 'hlcago is fust dlaappearing.
plus Stocks generally hsve t.eu scaled
down. Next month, better times are po
eible lu the uuniiig regions.
The Philadelphia Stockholder ear. rath, r
mysteriously: "A deal is pernlm,; let wren
two state electric railways In rvl.i.h 1'hila
delpl.la capital la largely InVcaled. An
important annoam rtiieui in tl.u c nnei
tlou will be made soon " l)oes th e refer
to the possible coti-oliilatiioi nf the N: a:.
ton aud Wilaee-llarre system?
An instaine of the lively 1 ral rivalry
betwieu railroads la thus humor. un
treated by ' Ataspnl" "fhe new earl
niuruiQg ihroiuh freight sooth Is a cer
tainty And it Is pat in notion for lie
purp .so of hauling tba toaaton-Baltifaore
line, a commercial eichani;e wluab was SO
tabitehed en tna Pennsylvania and Dola
wan nnd 1 1 lids n systenu some cireeur
four year ago. The hue extends ft ti.
Philadelphia to Nrant. u ai.d hitherto
cohMstod of only one and two cars a day
Tbiaeeaaou the businoaa will lie lucreae.d
to six and possibly aigbl cars dally, and
the trade will he confined cloelly to wr
Isbabie sblpmeiita. Ti.lt fact found its
way to the headquarters or the Central
Haiiroad of Now Jersey and straicbtwnj
did the oftlcials of that road iro and make
n bid for the buslneas by offering to get
the fieighl to Scrauton by 7 u iioca Of
tbrri abouts. thus beating the rStnasyl
vauia and 1 le awnrr ami II :.la hi fully an
boar, lint the De aware and 11 odaoa and
'l'eunsy' boiiud to 'do' theio and not be
'done' made railroad arrangements and
now the llsitluiore freight will r. a h
Scrantou via Its present route not Int. r
than fi a. m. and aa math eur.h r as is pos
sible." Kpnniii In Old Ktiglanil.
Italian table linens in the time of the
Virgin quoeu were heavily embroidered,
trimmed with laOS, and with Ihrm rame
massive forks mid spoon, of eilver bullion,
wrought much after the fashion of tie;
SOUVenlr lately iulriKliicd by the
silversmiths as no idea of the current Jime.
Not only were silver and gold spoons used
attuble by tbuir iudlvldunl owner., a nap
kin being carfied for rlcamlng them, but
tbey were rt4 i-meil ns In irinoiiM.
The poHaeaslon of any numbar was Im
portaiit enough for historical record. Tho
were artistically beautiful, lsing hand
wrought in Ugureg and arnrorial haatlnp;
the apostle, twelve and thirteen, Were
favorite subjecte for the smaller spoons, n
few complete seta being on record in the
collections of English enthusiasts of the
present flme. Juliet Oorson in Chicago
How the Jewa Strangled a Man.
Strangulation whs a form of death by
suffocation, it was effected aa In burning.
Thu culprit stood up to his knees In loose
earth. A soft cloth containing a cord w as
wound once round his neck. The ends be
Ing pulled (ln opposite directions, life was
soou extinct. This modu of death w is the
punishment of one who struck hie father
or his mother; of any ono stealing a fellow
Israelite; of a false prophet; of an elder or
provincial judge who taught or actod con
trary to the decision of the Great Synho
drln of Jerusalem, and of soma other
crimes against public moral. American
Notes and Queries.
Buckleu's Arnloa Palv.
The best salve In the world for Cuts
Bruises, Soros, Ulcers, Halt Hheuin. Fever
Bores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns and nil bkiu Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or uo pay requirod. it
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Matthews Bros.
Art for the masses.
One Dime and
Vhy lie Studied Law.
Ono of the members of the New York
senate, who has passed through a good
many experiences during his lifetime, was
in hia younger days u trackwalker on a
New England rullroud. At each cud of his
route wan n small station. The only per
sons to watch him were In these neighbor
hoods. Pat (it is needless to aay be was an
Irishman) lived iu a small house beside the
track, about half a milo from one of these
Ho was tho fortunate owner of an old
horso and wagon. This Is what, led to his
temptation aud downfall. There wits a
good WSgon road running parallel with tho
track all the way.
"Pat," said the tempter, "what's to hin
der your riding between stations?"
"It wouldn't do," suid Pat.
But the idea had taken hold of him nnd
one rainy night he tried It. He left his
horse half a mile from each end of his beat
and walked to the stations at his usual
time. Over the rest of the distance he rodu
on the turnpike, trusting to luck that tho
track would be all right. The t hing was
so easy that it soon became a settled prac
tice with him. For three or four mouths
he guarded tho company's properly in this
way, and no ono was t lie wiser. Then ho
was spotted and a summary discharge fol
lowed. "A man with join- genius for dodging
work otiuht to be a lawyer," said the .su
perintendent. "Faith, I think so meself," answered the
discharged trackwalker, and a lawyer ho
became. Buffalo F.srpress.
An Irate Theatrical Han age r.
Two funny stories are told about a cer
tain theatrical manager famous for his
"English, ns she is spoke." lie was direct
log n rehearsal the other day in wbich, at
the close of one act, tho actors all mnkc
their exit dancing. As hcy went through
this parformancc he shouted at (ebemi
"Here, you come back! Now you people
back there can wall, oil any way at all,
but 1 want )ou and yon," naming tba
principal performers, "to do pyramid-.."
It was several minutes la-fore the bewil
dered company g it on the trail of the Nronl
"pirOUCtt," which won thu one the man
ager im int.
A little bit later ho found the leader of
the orcheetra writing, "What are u do
ing f" he said. "Writing SOUM music,"
said the musician. "I U in t ICS au Q . -sity
for that. What are those little tilings
you are makiog?" " I'hon- are ri-ti "
"Rests:' be shunted, "is it resting you
Intend tod. if Laook bcrc, I pay yon folks
to play, ami I want you to play, seel Bed
Ing Won't do with n.e. I want iiwm-.'
Ken Vol k Reoordi r
They'd Belter Look Out.
"Mamma,'' said hi Sit broken little BsCO,
Whose pet dog had Just died, "whCTC heC
Jin k gone, do j on think to heaven f"
MPerhapB," .ild mamma, 10 comfort.
Bees thought auut it for nwblle, and
then ri'aumod, "Mamma, 1 gmwa the an
gela'll he awful w an d w hen the) tuf Jack
comin sjotnj- be! so cross to strangara w
WEAK MEN Y(,u" ATTENTION
i it 1 1 o ii. i iia
lit. a l 1 l.tfllab Ki l:nd)-,
Cray's Sp cific Kelicin?
if ynu surrcR" f
w .. . u. ,
I'-.ly and Mn t s.im,
N. Y I
a -iir i r
. w Wui i .i.
hal4lnh.-raiit .il Us alailLears Hrua
B. B. B.
Burdock Blood Bitters
test regete , iseeeeti g
rewfect reffnlatlsf p re .vr all tke or-
IgMS nt lbs srstrin. an. I i.nlruling thelf
.secretions. It also pm tflse lbs biuo4 tuai
Ail blood bnmorsanil .1 vm fr m a ron
Bvii Imrls in il. r,.rat scf fj. ana s r.
aud tins c- mbmet with Us unrivallrd re.
C'l atinc. rleau.inj airl punfrisa li.flj-
nc us Iba sr, irti .n ,if ths llver.kldnevs
bowels and skin, rsi.der It ur.w jal;ej aa a
cur, fur a.l ditsaaoa ut tba
From one to two bottle will rnra hells,
pisnt )a. liKtrhs, nettle rali..c :.f. tetter,
and all thf simpla foroi of akin msasM
Frr.m two Uj f,ur t..ttl m rura sail
rl.aum or eoj .ma. at.mslaa, erjilielaa, ul
cara, a to. eae-a. ruauiua- irea, aii all sale
arupliotii. It Is no'.ienb!o that sufferarl
Ar.' ncsrlv slwars air;raate. hi- Int - lar
Itchiuf, lut tl.l rj'jirkir suheijes on the
rein.ivsl ..Ct'ie Ivi,.. bv U h u. l'a a,
int hi. to ;"er rat iirevaleat ili.eaass,
such al K tnle , iwellfnga, humors and
W have nr.doiibled pr.xif that from three
to an liottlwi interna Iv aud by nat-
waid appliontlea (dilated if theekin is
lei" (brtert-'l part., will effect m
core. Theieut mission of It. II It ! to
reenlate the liver, kidneys, lajwels anal
bloi.tl, to correct ifrld'ty ami wnitiK antion
lf Ike Stomach, and to open th sluice
wava , f the system to Varrv off all r!oiri(iMJ
end iinpuie aecretions, ailnwing nature
thiie tnald recuvety a-id rjiu ivs without
I Ivor romplnint, biliousness, dvspcpia,
ewk keadaetie, dropsy, rhojmatiiin, ana
"ery spociee of disease ant. Ing from du
erdered liver, krlasys, stouiacb, bnwis
Md 01000, Wi-guarantee every bottle of
li. II. li. t hou ri aav por-ion be dissatis
fied after using the firtt bottle, we will re
fund th.. lm.r.i'v i.n iipplii-atmn personally
or by letter. We will ulo bo (jlad to sunij
testimonial., and information previus; the
rlli'ctsof II. B, B, in tho abovie uatned dl
sesKes, on apjiliriiiii n to
VOSTFIt. illl.BL'RN i: IX). RnPaln K
I ecr, utiilfr r'Jiupt,, aackl by I'Jti Nk. nt.al. I
iranvspfssnsas ioo p, Stat, manisavi irooil
I lltfr(.m....l(ieiiitil.rwhrrall Whwi Hn Sprinp I
tad Mfmirjf.,1, oi.r Mnulc Pjmedy wis 1 1
pniitinir sen, umu r.ssr.in o.. in.l
nnd vluor qulrkly
, . . .' run. miiii,
atr.iMij ftp uri-y Clln-il by I Ml A I'll. tl. Brra
MAITUliWS bilOS.. Urusalata, ScrauUm, Pa.
Ladies Who Value
A refined complexion must use Poizonl's Pow-I
aor. it produces a soft and beautiful skin.
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
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & CONNELL CO.
N. A. HULBERT'3
City Music Store,
- M VUallJtU 4Yj ICBAJfTOak
"ll'IVH A V s.
l k I II lilt' l MKIU
allS.Ml II M MM la
h. I 1.1 M IV. KH
Te n nr.e nti-i t ftrnt '.
ail mi m. si i m HANUllMk
aiihit, i. L.1U
M I1AMU.V, IVV.
MINING and BLASTING
Vedoat Mm Mi 810 and BtT8B
LaflUn .v Kan i Powto Co 's
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric tattrls, Ku for i;ij1
bs bteeta, t-ufety l'u and
RrpauooChrmical Co. 's High Explosivrs
OIL AND MANUFACTURING COl
Ifeanfaernsen and liers i
llsoShafticg and Journal Greasi
0mOlt-ta Weat UrVairanns Ara
i.'i.KS Memllao -t'.rasl
HOW LIKE A
HAH HE FEELS
T AST VI.AK he had Raved 1800,
boaghi a boose irorthllSSO
)uid if.ioo down, gave a mort
gage for $1,550, Today ho eati
unites as follows:
Rent saved J2I0 0
liiti ront on mortajage ffj oi
Tuxes ami repairs R 50 119 50
Ketenvingon ront jiai w
MVed on ealury 140 UO
To apply on mortgage $t!7u ao
ItEl I.l t'i ion -"In TOVn years that
house will In. fi,,,. from ilubt and I shall
huve a home f iiiy own."
OBKXN IlIDOR ia the paradise for
home,, rinn Hona have reeently fln
IshoU a nenntlfal villa, which they oU'tir,
011 easy imyiiieiits, at 1850.
Tail at their nfflee, betwoon Washington
aud Adiiiua on Ollvo streuu
EZRA FINN & SONS.
a SO .
ONE of the strong
points of The Trib
une's equipment as a
I irst-class printing es
tablishment is the fact
that it has a superb
supplied with up-to-date
managed by skilled
workmen. For neat
work promptly done
and at prices that are
fair and square, it has
no superior in North
Preserve Those Pic-
Don't Spoil Those Mai
Lhe Tribune will
promptly )rcscrvc any
i i the art series jur
chased by its readers
at prices especially
moderate. It will make
special rates on the
1 midmg of any or all
parts of the
World's Fair Series
OrAny Oilier Series
And do the work so
thoroughly that you
will simply be de
FOR ALL KINDS
WORK OF SIMILAR
TRY THE TRIBUNE
1'IIVSK IANS mi -l i.i, i UN -
I ) U. KliUAK DEAN has removed to 016
J-' Bpruce street, Hcrntitou, lJa. (.Just op
posits eouri-houso Square )
)K. A. J. t-ONNELLr6fflco 201 Washington
g avenue, corner Bpruce street, over
rrancko sdruK storo. Kosidonce, 712 ViuosL
Utticu noum: 10.SII to 11! a. m. and H to 4 uud
. '-30 p. m. Sunday, li to 3 p. m.
)K. W. E. ALLEN, Ufflco cor. Liicka
( wanna and Washington uves. : over Leon
S 'J'" store; oUico hours, 10 to 12 a. m. aud
"to 4 p. m.; eveninns at roaldonce, OUN.
I ) b U L. KHEY, Practicu Umited to 1J1
1J eases of tho Eye, Eur, Noao and Throat;
offlco, L4J Wyounu uvo. ltcsidouce, W Vine
I' M. OATES. 126 Waahluirtoii Avonuu.
I j : . , . . I., . . .. it
: m, o Lou a.m., l.ju lo o aim i
lAHfi.m liA. 1. 1 . .... .
- - .wrujuucH am inuuison avenue
fOHN L WENxz, at. U, Offices H sod
lomiiioiiwealtli lmllilini?-. resiilonco 711
Madison avo; otllee hours, lJto II 2 to 4, 7 to
Bj onndays 2 :v to I. evenings at recideuco. A
specialty made of lipoiiH.-M of tho eye, ear, uosj
ami throat nml Kyneoolugy.
i.A ti t KitnT
I J1 C,JtAMl-'K S Uw u"'1 t'olhwtlon of
tl . Doe. No, m Siiruuo si., opiHislte Fnrc.t
lliiiiM.. Bcranton, l'a.; collections a speclulty
inrounncnt rennsvlranlai reiiuuiocoi iesuoud-
cute 111 every county.
1 l.Ui at llA.,u,Attornoys and Counsel.
I lors at Uw. Uiuninuweiilth Imildin
Washiu.lonava. W. H. JssstfP,
HoHACS E Hamd.
w. H. Jaaanp. Jn.
It II.IjtKD WAllltKN '. KNAfP, Attor-
vv nsvsjmd umnaelorsat Law, rleiiubllcan
hiiildtne. Washinntiinav.... Scrantou, Pa.
pAT'iEHwiN i WILCOX. Attorneys and'
, louiisellors at Low; odiuia ti und 9 Library
lullding, Bcranton, l'a.
gpewau n. PArrnitaon
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A l-rilKlillANI) WILLIAM I HANI) At
Jl torneya ai.d (Viunaellora, (.'omiuonwualtb
liinlilinir Itooma l. ill ami 21.
It' t. H1 Y I.E. Attorney at Law. S.,.. Ft) and
20, lluir liuil.linK, WaHliiiiKtuii avenue.
H EN B Y M. HEELY La w offlreeTnPrTce
tiuiiiliiiif, 1211 Washlnnton avsnan
nRANK T OKELL, Attorney at Law. Boon
I 1. I nal Eirhant'i. Seranton. Pa.
MILTON W I.OWKY, 1 Att ys, 227 Washmj
OH VOW BTOBCH, (tonav!, C II
IAMEB W. OAKKiKD, Attorney at Uw.
r..n. M (H nlnl K Ciiliil.ii.nw-.iltli t,'l k.
BDUaR. At;. : ... at Urn
1 ; , ni
sprier . Hi-riinton. re
I A WATBKS, Attorney at Uw, CJ
1 1, Ijirsawanna sue. s rantnn. Pa
I) 1' Mil l II, 1 . u r at Law 1 a ,.
I . riKniM, .'4 M Commonwealth hiilliln.
I' IIH IIKlt. Attorney at Law, Lom
moiiwea th hnllnina' Scran ton. l'a.
111 1MEUY8.JUI Hprnce st.
nil BEPLOUI .k,Attorniiy-Loans n.4o-
uated on rnl aetata security d Bpmoa
l 1 KILL AM, Attorney at Uw. 120 Wy
I . nn ini:an-i,iii., s rant. .11.
lIAVB fOI K DtEDH AND MOBTOAOKB
BBOWN1NO, Attrii.y and Notary Puhli
" ' altli It'ilUliK
SCHOOL OF TBI LACKAWANNA, Scran.'
W tan Pa . prepares hop and gin. fm Ui
" 1 "" t; r. it tiains ... . Ui. Iroa
Lala.osue at leuuat
Hrv Tltnv o M cut
WALTaa 11 Bnau.
llh- WORCESTEBa K1NOEBOABTEN
'I an 1 loeenL Ui Aansaeaeeaaa Pnniti
r.rit.,i ,1 aij tim44 N8X tarm wffi iipeu
a 1 r . I
111 N I'lNTs
' C.l.AOBACH. anrceon Uent.it. No. UJ
y mi 11 ir ave
M i KA 1 I ' N
rpkl BEPVBUC lAvlnn and Lou a.
i sMtloa will i.Nta ou m ney on sealer t. ru.
ami pay yi u hotter on luvestnwnt than any
ether aaaodntlon Call .n s. N CALLhN
W ';. I' ma Hank hoi rllns
('it CLAM 0 1 .1. Baedei
va , end Nuraeryim ii, store 14 v ahin't-ei
ar-i.ue; jr.-n kesnnalSHl Norm Main avouuo,
Sserc t(lf.pti..n 7sr
1 1 s
'''A ' - 1 ' '
U Mil si 111 I Vs.
I 'is Kl F. IT EI, til Uckawar.na ave
" Sera ' ' a
us Kl ETTEI, ill IJK'Sawar.na arenna.
Hon LB AMD RstBTACnAXTs
'j'ME NtKM'MINMf.K. El 2U Wl Sm
I ave Him heali-d with wiu: all mT
are Unprovessente C M Tainan. Prop
rpU ELK CAFE, island 127 Franklin at.
1 sue. Kates reasonable.
P mil tu. Propiiaem,
tl LslJUNslLH HOTKI.
V W. U HCBKNCX, atai.aj-r.
mteentt strssi, esse bloek easl . .; Broedwan
at t aton N;uare. Nrw Torn,
American plan. A .'a) prr day and upward
pOYNI HOUOS. kuioan alaai food
v Ml tna ( 1s.11 day and nlthL liar ajie
piled .IU the W '
1' ft TVNF.. PtemtStOl
CCBANTON HOl'HE, near D., L, A w ,
sei.fc-er depot Coii.lin-t.sl on the Enropeea
p.an. Vii-riia Kcn'ii. Proprietor
1 ' BAND t ENTKAL. I'be larseaVand besi
VI r.i.m.pal jotol in Ailuntowa. IV, ralol
82 and 2.,ai net day
vn niii P ntatra. Proprietor.
aiii inn 1 is
AVIS A HoOpT, Architect K.mn 21
2A and iti Commonwealth bid's, S.-rnntoa
I,1 L. w.m.i KB, Architect, Library unlld
I ii liik." Wyoming svi-nii" Seranton.
1 U BROWN. An-h It Ar.-hiUvt Price
1 l.tuldlna". I1M Vt aalitnittoii ATe.,s.-rant in,
HAt'Ell s clti'HE-TltA Mt'lt: Inn
balLv plenica. parties, reoepttona Wed
dlnifa and ooin-ert work fundahesl For terms
sd dress n. .1. Baner, soednotcr. Ill Wyoming
svs . over Hnlberfs tousle ii ire
niUTiN U BWAKT8 WHOLKBALI
Inmtwr. 8 and s Dunn Pank buildlnn
WKOABUKB BBOTHERfl, PBINTRB8'
.sl mppliia, enTcloiaia. paper la"a. twin
Wurchouats U0 W ashuia'tou ave, Scrantou.
I'Oi'TEs I IVKKY. I'...i tiipous" ivcn i"
I First class carriages D I. 10OTE,At
Funeral Director end EutLnlmiT
nBANK I'. BHOW.N A CO, WHOLE
I sale deajers m Woedwam Oordaee and
Ol', Cloth, 720 W. Lackawanna avenue
IEBA KlNN A SONS, builders and coutrac-
tora. Yards: Corner Olive st. and Adams
ave ; corner Ash nt. and I'enn ave., Scrantou
IS THE BEST. Get prloes ami
seo the furnace and be con
vinced. A full line of HEAT
ERS, Appello and Uauze Door
COUPOJN NO. 60. 1
Send or bring two of theso coupons, differently numbered, s
E with Ten Cents,aud get ono of the scries of sixteen niagiiilieent Sv
S photographs. Ten numbers now ready. Mail orders,2c. extra, a
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF N, J.
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anttdredte coal uroiI exclusively, lnsurluir
cleanliness and comfort.
T1MU TAI1LK IN EFFECT KF.n. I, 1891.
Trains leave Scrnnton for Pittston, Wilkes
llarre, etc , at S.lll, ll.lj, 11.. '10 a. in., 12 30 ''00
ifS effl I'W'11-06 P' m' Sundays, 11.00 a. iu.;
l.Otl, 2.U), , .10 p. in.
For Ailuntic City, 8.10 a. m.
J'or New York, Newark and Elizabeth, 8.10
(express; a. in., 12.30 (express with Buffet
p"iii KaT)' U (znv P. tn. Sunday, 2.00
I'olt MAITII Cni'NK, Al.I.KNTOWn.BltHl
RfW FAfPS ad I'lm.AiiHl.i'iiiA, 8.10 a. m..
8.l0ar m?l'2.fio"pA,,t;;H CEAN GI,0VE' otc"
For KeaduiK Lebanon and Hnrrlsbnrt?, via
Mentown, 8,10 a. m., 1'iJO, 6.00, p.m. Buuday.
For l'ottsville, 8.11) n. m., 2 30 n. m.
Hi tnrnlnn. leave Now York, foot of Liberty
iWibrASr, at liU) (express) a. m..
.' ', k1" iSSf wi,h liur' P'"'''"' o
p. iu. Sunday, 4.:i a. m
, Van 9y,e!P.hU' eadlag Terminal, IkOO
a. ni 2.00 and 4. Ji p. m. Sunday, 0.27 a, in.
, .. ,'V'"i1llit''k''N V. a11 '"'intH !it lowest rates
, !! JPPUaatlon lu advauco to the
E P. BALDWIN,
lien. Pass. Airent
J. n. OLIIAt'SEN,
, Pen. Bnpt
V JJT , BON BAILBOAD,
1 oniiiieiii inn May 2.1. I - ' '.
bains will run as follow:
Trains lcavo Brldos stn-11
Station. Scruiiton. for Pitts-
ton. Wilkes Tlarra aln Mil
fcOT, IJT, PU2a. in., llld,
1 .2.1. 38. tli. A Is sis ui-.
ami 11.86 i 111,
For New York and Palla-
tM 4 lit and 11.80 p. ' ' "w
I'or lluiiesdalo ( from Delaware, I.askawatins.
and western di potj, 7.0o, 8180, lu.luu.ui 12;J
m.. 2.17, ill) p. 111.
For Carlandali-and Inti-rmedinte stations.
8.40, 701. k;, 10.10 a. m . 121111m.,: 17, t,Kfi
li 2n and 0 ;15 p. in. ; fr'.m Eriili;o Street Lienot.
108 a. m., S.I7and 11 :a p. m.
Fast espreas to A.buny, SarutoKa, ttie Atli
romluck Mouutiiins Boat m and New EiiKland
points. s.i a. in., arrlviav at Albany U.4&
Saratoga 2 211 p. m., and leiiviinr Scruuton at.l
p. 111 , nrrivinu at Albany at 1(0 p. 111., Sara
toga. 12 -Via. m . and B. letOO, 7. no a. m
Tlie only dirw t routu ln-twei n th" coal del li
and Itoeton. "Tho Li-iidlmr Tourista' Koute
of Aim-rlru " to tho Adirondack Mountain re
nuts, UkestieorKoand Champlain, Montreal,
Tlmo tallica shnwlmt local and throtiuh train
soi vice lietni-eu etatlons on all divisions Dela
ware and Hudson system, may he obtained ufi
all Delaware and Hudson ticket offloes.
II ti YoCNU, J. W HL'ltDICK,
S nd Vice President. Oen. Past. At.
I EH1QH VALLEY BA1LBOAIX
li n. II, lst.
Train leaves Seranton fur Phi!alelpliia an 1
N-w ..rk via. D. A- II It It at a.m . 11.10.
U8 and U 88 p. DO via D , L. & W. K. K , M
8.1". 11.0) a. in., and I. II p. m.
L. i.v.) Bwnnton fur Pittston and Wilkee
Iiarre via D.. L Hi W, 11. K., D.OUL 808, 11
a. m , 1.30. a.611. 11.07, a.: p. m.
L- avi. Scrautoii f..r Whito Haven. Hazleton.
Pi'ttavillu and all pi.iuts on the B.-aver
Mend iw and l'ottsville branches, via E .'. W.
. 8 M H.m .vail. 0 It U. H. at 8 a in., 12.1 1.
MR 1 l p. m . v;a D . L. & w. It. It., e.u0,e.o,
ll.'Ji a in., 1 ill. MO p.m.
ni in' ti t t Ih'thlehem, Easton,
Bsndlna llarri-liur and all Intermedials
pointa via u 11 it. it , 1 a do m 10, 8 H ILU
J. m .v.al), L Ai W, B U..t;iU.8 WS, 11.20 a. OL,
IM p in.
U-ava Seranton f .rTunkhanno.-k. T-iwanli,
Elmira. ItOnoe, Oeneve and all intennodiit 1
li.uts via i. A 11 n k..' ' 7 a m. .12 10 and 11. ii
p ,vla D. L. ,v W It It.. 'ii a ml.llp m.
Imv.-S. rant-ei I..r IVsh.-itnr. Hulfalo. S'l
airara Fal Detroit, Clncauo and allpolnti
waatvlaD & II It. It. U.n7 a.m.. 12 lu.; 1 . 1 . H
r. 111. via D. LI W, B. R. and Pittston
Jutiction, aos a m., 1-J a p. 111 . via E. & W.
U It., .-.ii p. ni.
For Elm re an 1 t!i I west via Salsmv.oi. vis
D. a 11 it It i,n. 110,1 15 p. nt, v. a D
L- S' K It. ,1 08 1 iiu. 1 i and .'J7 p m.
Pullman parlor and sleeptnc orl V. chair
cars 011 all trams between I. it Junction or
Wilkes llarr" and New Yors. Pbllail -lpuia,
Buffalo an I SuaiwtiMon Hridiro
Bollin 11 WILBUB ii.-1 Bnpt. Baal Die
CI! AS S. LSI . 1'iH. A t l'MIa.Pi.
A W NONNEHACHEB Asa'l rAen.Pase .W'u
BoatB Bethlenesa, Pa.
ntl. AW i III, LACKAW.
tv KsTKIfi K.VI..K11AI1
Trains ksave Seranton as foiiiws: Eipress
tor New Yore aswd all is.inta East, Uo, 8J81
& 15, s i and v V. a. m ; 11 5. and 3 W p. m.
Bxnrsss f"r Kaatiai. Trenton, l'lutaditlphta
si.t th South, il 8.00 and .S. a. m.; ii.il
ai.d i 80 p 111.
Washington and wsy stations, t it p. m.
Tobyhauna aocommiHlatton, rt 111 p. in.
Espr aa for Blmtbaiiit Ustivh, Elmira,
Onrnlnst, llt'i Danevtlks, Mount Morris and
Buffalo, 12 10, 2 11 a. 111. and 1 21 p. m.. making
cloea com sottoos at Ituffalo to all pointa lu ths
Went. Nortbweel ami iiuutbwce:.
Hath aoeooimodation. - a m.
B haint..n and way stati ma. 12 V p. m.J
Nlt holaoii and way atati. iia. 5.41 p in.
Nicitoaon nceummodalloa, a. 4 p. m. and
A p in
Btnffbaintoa and Elnnra f.iprets. 6 05 p m.
1 i i "s for Cortland, Syracuse, i'wex
I'ticaand hicbuVld sprma'a. 114 a m. and 14
Itlisca. ! 15 and Hi'! la m. and 12p m
rnr Nortnemberland,Pltta1 tw Ukss iiarri,
Plymouth. Bloomsberg and paavtue, makitu
cloea eonnections at NorthumUrliand for
WHBssaspnrt Harrtaburit. Haltiin. re, Weals'
' lnift. n and the South.
So 1 tliiimls rland and tatennedlate stations,
I 4ui. k.C a in and 130 and 4.07 p m.
Niii.' oke and intermediate etatlons, &'H
and 1191 a m Plrmouih and int.Tuiodlat
stations, aJS'aud j. m.
Pullman parlor and slis plnn coaches ou all
esi.r. -. trs ns
For detailed rnfonnatlon, tss-kct tliu 1 tabliis,
etc apt ly to M. L Bnuth, city ticket olB.'j,
32n l.a. aawauuaaveuue. or depot Uckut offlcsa
ni it tNTuN nnrtnioN.
In KI.11 Janiiary Otth, 1!M.
toa wi ba
so, nn Honni:,
.( Ml I (IS
- - ,
-. L. -. - y
f 3 iTralns liallv, F.i
a opt KAtnaav 1 5 3
w irnc lasave a n
:-.'.'. N Y Franklin sul ...J 7 H
r in west na street
row Weebawken ....
m Arrive Leave t 11
I a at
1 l.'. Hancock .liiiicllon n ..
Ii . I,
l'orsct l lty
l ark Place
.' 3 2
1 iw ...
7 Us 1- v
6 51 .1 S3
a. i t M
.'4 9(5 3 HI
7 27 tl If rs S-l
f; 1-2 re mu 40
6 41! A '.HI I 88
fi X. Ml!: 2s
7 SI 9.' 3 4.1
7 40 10 oen 3 si
7 43 in ctv 8 s4
7 4S 10 10, 3 li
7 5! 10 15 4 04
7 54 10 17 417
7 06 10 ) 4 10
I i I
ffi 88 .'ill 11
S 07,11 21
0 l.V 4 .'
re 1 1 fi ".'
s 0 . In ,'in I IW
e 11" 4 n
r e'p all 11 Leave
All trains run dully except Sunday.
f suidilca that trains slop on slitual tor ras.
Additional trains leave curbmdiile for soran.
ton 1. 10 and il.lS p. iu., arrlvlu at Scrantou 1.51
and : 00
Leave seranton for Carbindale 8. 80 and 8.80
arriving at carbondale at 7 Sfi and 9.15 p. m.
Secure rates via Ontario a Western bufnre
ptirchaslni; tickets and suvo money. Day aud
Blhgt Ei press to the West.
J.C. Anderson, lien. Pass Agfc
t. microti, DW. Pass, Agt. Scrantou, l'a.
i7BlE and WYoUlHa valley kail'
Train leave Scrntit.m fur New York nnd In
termediiite points on tho Erie railrn.nl at UW
a. in. uud 3.24 p. m. Also fm- Ilawley and
local jiolnta at A 115, V.4.'i and 3 24 pm.
Train leaving at 8.48 a. 111. und 3 21 p m.
are throngb trains to and frnm Utnesdslei
Trains limvo lor Wilkes-llsrro utO.40 a. iu. aud
3.41 p. m.