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THE Stfl? ANTON TRIBUNE MO N HAY MORNING, MAY 14, 1894.
HOW THE QUEEN ACTS.
ANTIQUE FORMALITIES IN THE ENG
deception or thu "liluck nod" In tlio
Ilnuno of CHinuioiis-How the House
Visits the Lords Ceremony of Agrce
Intr to Iillls Pasted by tlio Peers.
It is question time in I he honso of com
mons, and ministers nro laboriously rciul
Inji tlioir answers totlielouK listof primed
questions on the paper, Presently, with
110 apparent reason, tlie. outer doors of the
chamber, usually wide, open, are shut and
locked and t Ise doorkeeper stands guard
liiKtlictu, peeping through n tiny wicket
In the door as if he expected nu incon
Hut, no; the doors h.ive only been locked
on the same principle that tlio little boys
on the towing path of tho Cam shut the
gates when they see an undergraduate
approaching, in order to have the pleasure
of opening than) again (or a considera
tion. What the consideration of the door
keeper of the house of commons may be In
not known to the public, but the very
Instant that the stranger approaching ho
made three mode it taps on the doar, tllf.
watchful attendant (lings it open and
announces the visitor with a tentorial!
shout of "Black Hod."
Slowly does tlio elderly gentleman la
braided uniform who bears this title mid
tho short rod that confers it advance up
the floor of the house, bowing scrupulously
three times In bis passage.
Arrived at the table, ho summons "this
honorable house" in tho nam-' of tbecrown
Immediately to attend at tho house of
piiers to hinr the royal assent given by
commission to various bills. Having given
his message, l.e slowly retires backward,
bowing again with the mystio three Iwws.
srr.Al'u: AND BLACK KOI).
Without a word all the members rise In
their places, and the speaker leaves his
ehair and joins Black Rod, who has bean
waiting for him at the liar of the house.
S-'ide by side in brotherly converse they
walk off. f illowed l' t; sergeant at -arms
and two or tbr a members as representa
tives of the house, while strong lunged po
licemen in the lobbj Ik-How i ft: ".Make
way for Ulack Kodi" "Make way for tho
In ih house of lordsaqnalnt but not to
Impressive spectacle awaits one. Through
the stained glass windows of the beaOtilu
chamlier the sunlight is streaming, light
Ifg Dp the rii My carved Woodwork and tho
decorated ceiling, and making the red
benches below seem redder than ever. In
deed, on the floor of the bouaa fed, a crim
son ivd, i- tiie stogie Dots, K w upon row
of criinsnn bom-hos, all empty, and on the
woolsack three silent peon robed in red.
At the table, scarcely bOtieed in the bUe
of red, are three silent clerks In Wig and
gown; that la all.
Bnt by this time the speaker and bia
SOnipaniona ttav reached the house of
lords, and have placed themselves In a i t
tie peu opposite the woolsack and the
throne. Tie If ihey stand, patiently or 1m
patiently, tbrougbont the ceremony.
The (fret business is the reading of the
commission appointing certain peers to act
Da behalf of bar majesty, The document
Is vary' long and vary legal The number
of peers named to serve, on the OOmmiasiOD
III u HUOTT'l li.t Rt
There ia the Prince of Wales nnd the
Duke of Connaught. there is "the most
reverend father in God ai d B well to
loved and trusty councillor," the ar; h
bishop of Canterbury; there is the arch
bishop of York, ami many other Doubles
l-'iuniiy eomea xird Halabury, "lord
rliancellor of that part of my kingdom of
iire.it Britain and Ireland called Qreal
lirlt.iin." and at t in se vtorils of ghe read
ing clerk the lord chancellor, hitherto mo
tionless on the woolsack, raises his three
cornered lint in rvspouso to a deep bow
from the clerk.
The next name la the Bar) of Limn ...
and tho clerk bows again, nud another
three cornered lint Is raised by another
figure on the woolsack. Thu same double
bow is repeated Bl the name of lxird Wind
sor, the third of tile tBTM RgOTOe
The document then red tea that these
numerous commissioners, "or any three of
them" sliull have power to net for the
queen, and notifv her assent to the bills
passed by parliament "(jiveti at Windsor
by the quoeu herself, signed D it L bur own
This ends the iii st stage of the proceed
ings. Tho lord chancellor then mime
ikttely, without moving, makes a little
Slieech to the empty Is-nches, which head
douses as ".Mj lord-," nud rails upon U0
' i lurks at thu table to puss thu b.lU ill thu
Usual maimer "
The two other clerka now atep forward
and stand one at each side of the table.
One rends the titles of the bills, the other
announces her majesty's assent, liut this
Imld statement gives but a poor idea of the
Beted Scene, for the bOWa have boeu alto
i-u.sty or BOWtXQ,
No ceremony is complete N ithout a bow,
and the pissing of bills in the bouse of
lords seems to mi oulool.er ull bn.is. The
junior clerk, as he tuk s each bill from the
table, turns to the woolsuci: and imises a
profound txiw to the commissioners H
lug, he rends the title of the bill and then
bows again. As si. mas this DOW is over
the eenior clerk on the other side of the
table makes his liow to the WOohMM I;.
Toil lw ever be turns around to the
repreeentatlvea of the commons panned up
under the dock, and In a clear roloo pro
bouoeea the crucial words, "La reioc ie
veittt;" then turns round again and makes
another deep lam to thu red robed peers on
All tbta oarantMia is gono through with
every bill, and M the titles of the Ull are
rend il. Il not easy to avoid a smile, at tin
lueongrult beCtveec Utanatute of ttiu bin
and the antique formality by which il is
passed into law. At length the high pile
of bills Is disposed of, and the but of the
bows has been made. Tlio three flgurea in
red then simultaneously raise their trian
gular hats to thu faithful commons in the
'xii, and Ihe-e promptly retire. At the
i 'uuc moment the lords oomtnissionera
leave the woolsack aud vanish through
The scene Is over, but a last touch of
comedy ie given to thu ceremony by the
speaker on Ms return to the hoUM of com
mons. Immediately be bus taken bis scat
lie rises SAll says, "1 have to inform the
bouse that this house has been to tlio house
of peers there," etc. Tho hoUM, unmoved
at tho information, proceeds to the uext
business. London Queen.
THE MONKEY A3 A PICKPOCKET.
Trained to Dishonest Praetleee by an
Italian, Who OaSSS to Oriel.
The unusual sight of a monkey appear
ing us a witness in court occurred in San
I-'rnncisco recently. "John Iloo" was
Charged with being an ncrowwiry to the
crime of pOOkot picking. Tlio monkey was
the one dial was really guilty of the more
serious charge, bnt doubtless the little (
low v.-as Innocent of any evil intention.
J lady was horrified while paoeing Poat
atreetto find a monkey porchwl on her
Bli'mMer, and before sho could recover
(loa her paralysed condition her gold
watch and chain were in the monkey's
grasp, and the little thief disappeared. A
number of people saw tbe theft commit
ted, but nil eoemcd to pay moro attention
to tho shrieking lady than to tho tblef.
When sho htuL lx-nn brought out of her
hysterical Btiile a thorough search was
made for tlio robber, but not tbe lcaat
trace could bo fouud.
About two weeks aftw tho occurrence
another lady, while, passing along Sutter
street, was treated in n similar mahner.
Only this tituo tho monkey Secured a valu
able diamond, which was torn from ouo of
her cars. Two or three bystanders saw
the act and entered in a hot pursuit of the
four footed rascal, who ran up to the ad
joining corner and turned down Stockton
street like a Hash. By this .time a police
man had joined in the chase, and when tho
corner WSJ readied the monkey had as
completely disappeared as though the
earth bad swallowed htm.
Kothlng was teen in the immediate vi
cinity but a kill, well dressed man leisurely
proceeding down the street. Doubtless be
would have continued his stroll bad not
tho otlicer noticed a suspicious bulging
under the right side of ids loosely lit ting
Prince Alba?) coat, and be was overhauled.
Clinging as closely us possible under the
coat was found the monkey.
Of course the stranger was indignant at
being so grossly insulted, hut nevertheless
was compelled to accompany the otlicer to
the central station, where, upon being
Searched, several gold Watches and articles
of valuable jewelry were found upon his
person, not considering the handsome dia
monds worn by lnm, and also the identical
diamond takeu from the owner's ear.
Next morning when the case of John Due
was called in court none of the frequenters
showed any particular interest even when
n tall, swarthy man arose in the dock,
passed through the little gut,, in the rail
ing! approaohed the witness stand and
agreed to it 11 tho trnt'i and nothing but
Also mils tho witness had linislied his
testimony counsel for the deb nee arose
and bogan an argument to tbe effect that
tl ' prosecuti'iii hud not proved tb-ir case
and that bis client ought to be discharged.
The prosecuting attorney hud one more
wit m;.;, however, which had not been
counted Upon, and when the opposing
counsel finished be arose and said:
"Your honor, 1 have out one witness to
introduce when 1 am willing to close the
case. Call Mi s .Mono."
Miss Mono was at once brought into
court in the an is of i stalwart police
Officer, Mi s Mono Wat not a young lady,
but ii South American monkey-of dimin
utive she. Her language could not be In
terpreted either for or against the witneae,
as tbe monkey alphabet has not yet been
perfectly translated in English, but her
actl ns could. With at wriggle and a jump
the little animal landed plump into the
arms of the prisoner, chattering and lml
brng aismt with every demonstration of
John Doe didn't seem to rcli-h such evi
dence of n i ndtion, and impatiently push
ed the glei i ll little beast away,
"If the court pleaaaa," . sntinued the at
torney, "I wish to prove by tide monkei
that the defendant Is guilty aa charged."
lie then waved his ban 1 at lb crmtliitlg
animal, which regarded him attentively,
Another motion ma le In the direction of
tin- judge caused the ohatterlng little thiel
to comprehend, and bed court knew
what was up bia watch and ( linn were la
the hauls ft lie nnrii',1'1, it:,'nii.- nv, r
to the accused. The bitter's face assumed
a deep pallor, for he then knew thai hi
fnrmiT rrtneni at living want loot to him
ami thnt BsnQuwflttn etarcd tdm in the
fate. liidi.u a; i'.! - N a s.
FUNNY JAPANESE TOYS.
QMOf Heebaaleal Plaything Mads m
A mom gaaag U rise Is is.
There are no people so fond of toy as
the Japanese. AUiut one dai out of three
is a holiday in their country, ami run
thtlr pilgrimage" to temples of worship
are performed in gala costumes, eritb danc
ing and sports by tue v !. I'l.nv is
from their point oi view the ebjeet el ex-
httenOSi work being the msona to the end,
becuinc ;t : iec-..iry In earn plriatire in
order to llnd .it t-ujoyabla Americans n(
C iurn-ksoH hotter tliun tl.!-. having mtr
taincd Hint Hie porpoae of life i lstmr and
that tun in any shape is mate of tuna
The Japanese have tbe meet ierf i I k;n
dergartao aystetn in the world, In met
they originated this method of Instructing
by tulcrt-a; anient wisp-mi ,j by putn-li-
ment tafficted, Their pbiy apparatua for
such purposes Is sJaboratO, but ail Of II bl
adapted to tl. - infant u..ni, Mlneh is is do-
elgned at ones to amnae and to Inform,
The in tii- ones of Unit n ition even u-
come somen bnt lOtOCSOtcd in mat In mil e s
by seeing and frtling nh.it a pretty thing
cone.a Bpbers or a cyliadec at when enl
oot of wood with a latba Tbay make out
lines of solid llgures out of atmwa, With
green iea dneii ! hold t he j .;i,t I - (' li
ar, and for the instruction of the blind Hat
blacks are provided, with the Japanese
character-, r.i.vl in tin in
Even the toys of Japan -Hve Itistrurtlon
bo those who play with tb ni. One sort of
playing eartia baa printed uiu them lui
ecrapa of ciasstrsl poetry, by nrfalch the
ruiline'iils of the art f t its. :ic i' . n .m-
expected to he Inouleatodi Another set
embodies a collection of nld Japaaeee
parables, by which tho "vliuhsry of the
language and moral aeasima at the MOM
tm.e are to lie taught. Another t is . f
natural history ear. 1st., k-:ve m-t : neli. n
In the names mid forms of tnimahk and
still another set, c-i ally Intended .for
girls, niTorls examples of W0M0U Uohava
lieen celebruted for their v ii tint in.. I noble
All these things can lie seen In the mu
seum of the bureau of education, of the
existence of which few peophl in Washing
ton an- aware. In the Collection there,
which includes nil the educational StppuV
enooc oi efvttiaed ountri, la u most lob r
esting osseinbhige of Japanese toys. Many
of thorn are typee of pl&ytblnge which the
youth of weslurn civilisation has adopted
Iroiii the east.
Kor example, there are kltis, but no
Yankee boy can II y stidi kites, i i theshnpa
of birds and uiolisti-t'S, Bs cm Um urchin
of Japan. There nro top also, but the
American schoollioy has never got furthei
iu tii in play art thiin "i-g In i hn-ring,"
v. hen a.s ids JapSntlM contemporary Is ac
iUalnted in tin-science of spinning ninny
tops together, of whistling lops, and soon.
So far as not b tOpe and kites are Bono rin -I
tiio young Caucasian is an ignoramus com
pared with hie oriental rival.
Among tin, haliies' toys from Japan lit
the muaeuta biauKmaeejwt feedi from a
bowl wbn a little bambOO spring is
touched, lowering bis head and long tail in
quite a lifelike manner. Another is a
small cylinder, into which one bhuvs
thMOgh two I null reed tubes, three balls
of pith being kept bobbing in a bit of a
cage over tho cylinder by the breath, while
aciitinonuofttietuiiespruduees a shrill
Another is a littlo man that Is mndo to
jump up a longstiek by a bambOO Spring,
and still another is a wooden gontiamau
who rides along between two wheels, being
attached to the axlu u ith a heavy base. A
toy jiurickshu Is one of the more expensive
playthings, showing n lor. igner bung
drawn In a hand buggy byumuivu between
Farther devices for toy purposes are ka
leidoscopes, bOXat wdth glass tops lilled
like cupboards with various household
utensils in minimum and bags filled with
shot for tossing. Washington Star.
a Ooetty Cloak,
There is a cloak in the national museum
that cost, tl ,(XK),o;)(), if one estimates the
labor expended on it nnd the value nf tho
feathers of which it is made. It onco dec
orated theshouhlersof King Kamehamehu,
of the Sandwich islands. Tbe yellow feath
M ill thO cloak are found a few on each
bird, aud were valued nt five for one and
one-lialf yards of cloth vnlued at ItJgft
forming a currency quite ns yellow ami
much moro valuable than gold. The kings
spent years In collecting leathers before
they could get enough for a cloak. Phlhv
A Wonderful Bread of Bjrctng OhlekeOe,
There is a map at the Palmer House who
has invented a new kind of chicken. He
calls it the Phantlne, and his friends call
him Sam Arnold. He hails from New
Castle, I ml. Arnold and Henry Jones', the
fowl expert of Illinois, were, discilssingtho
invention the other morning,
"It has been the aim of my life," said
Arnold to Jones, "to produce a fowl that
would combine weight with youth."
"It is easy enough, ot course, to fatten
an old fowl. Hut the product Is pretty apt
to be tough. Spring chickens are always
tender that is, genuine spring chickens,
but they are too small to make much
money out of."
Jones nodded again.
"Well, 1 experimented nnd experiment
ed, and at last 1 have what I call an un
qualified success. It is n cross between thu
Plymouth Hock rooster and the Dorking
ben, and the chickens I have railed have
in the short space of eight weeks acquired
a weight of twelve pounds."
Jones' eyes threatened to fall out on his
"I assure you upon my honor that this
Is true," declared Arnold, "It is within
the province of anybody to profit by my
discovery, for there Is a market large
enough for all. When the chicks shall
have acquired their full growth I'll make
another cross and get n chick which at tho
age Of eight weeks Will he the size of"
"An ostrich," suggested Jones.
"Not exactly," said Arnold. "Hut still
there ie no dtiputiritt the fact that fowls
have DOt been developed to the limit of
possibility, I have been very successful
nnd I propose to continue my experiments
Will you join tnc"
Mr. Jons said that he would, and the
resurrection of tbe extinct species known
ns tho roc is to be Ogpei ted, Mr. Arnold is
nn old resilient of New Castle. He inai.es
a livelihood raising chickens, and his dis
coveries have been frequent in thu fowl
world. Rochester IW -Express.
formation nf loath African Mines.
When the mines ,,f South Africa want
well opened It became easy to observe the
uiithttsi strata of the subciirboiiiferous
m SSUreS, Which were tilted all around the
mines as if an upheaval had occurred from
one central point. This was true of each
It InO, and is exactly what has l iken place,
forthn ugh the bard Uolerlte and tbe even
measures above If, and from somo tin
known SOUrOS, nature in Coma gigantic
throe forced up theee four pipes as vebta
of safety a strange material which eon
. I the diamonds If any overflow of
(Ms erupt! hi OCCUITC 1 no signs of It exist
now, but the overflow may have Into
unshed awny by storms Into the vnlb of
the Vsal river snd thus accounted tor the
pn acnoo oi d lemon Ie there.
It Is nisi. pioUil ,c Unit similar mines
r.Vt ese, In re, nld per' -i;,s in iir.'l
and India they mar yet Is- found. The
foreign material foi od up, m d I.
was called "blue' by the miners on a
count of its r!r, and is now known too a
sist of a hydrous magnceian conglomerate
with allien as a taste, and contains) nearly
nil the chemical eleaaente known. Large do
miciled bowlders of dolarite eieoooeoi in
tho "blue" which doOOmpOBC rapidly in
scalea whan c;mivs ta the atmoephere,
cleurly evidencing the anion of fire of
great intensity, and as if to strangely con
tradict the volcanic origin oi the mines,
; sbiotof agate, etc, plainly watorworn
are found side by sido nub pieoaa of
charred wood and other organic p ,
s)e Wing plain e;ideuceof lie It. Euglnier
ii g Maganine
a Hi agalltaa I rait.
A maker of mscenronl in NaplM was of
fercl lmp.irtmit oriers from abroad w Oil h
ttnilld Ii it.- lifi'ii.t i hiritenud rn. u . i.i
IncrtviM- to his business, but he le i n l to
accept them Mf suppooc," aaidao Kngl h
Wand to hint, "that the aolvency ol yont
customee was d.mbifui.'' "Kot in the
least," was the r ply. "Or the .ri . t.
low." "Ob, tut. it was higher than What I
get now." "Perhaps the edditlOOgl I I pi
tal resjuimi waa t lag-" "N i. there
: 00 dllB Oily tt.eir," he Slistsiiisl
"Then why mi e.irth did you i
such an open. eg'" "I cm mnke both Mdl
luis-t as it Is, .si. 'I rthj should I odd a i. I
Won y to my llfof
The answer w us conclusive and typlr.il
of the average Italian. Whether It Is-a j
gtstd ur 1st I Ii i t. lv -h - re fi ,-,
him seldom n . lie. that Inteoaliy whs i
drivee on the Kugilshman to vreaf out hi
life in a r.-sti, p:is:.,ii tn seei.uulile
more and iter mote. Tbe old Koflutn en- I
ir tt boa worn its-lf .. it. I . l-n-p,,i.-.-d n,
that acyliieseeui e b), if not r ntenlmrnt '
with, a moderate portion. which Horace I
preached In vain to Lis ro.n.ir mt-u. N a I
l.oii.tl Uet w
Hie V. . o aa "f B litis.
As an-,.-ie.- j uaa a anon of Bolivia
are spp-ri ir to t'o .r lords in iuidilgm.
ami earn tin- lnr,-er that flheirir.nie.il
support Hem.; the cider of the two, ahe
Ie naturally tbs i, ad of the bouae,aad is
more likely in thrash bet dutiful pou
than I,, is to misuse bar.
In the in irk- ts where farm products are
dn p I oi aha can drive
than be; she i in t arry 01
'tidurii an much manual
n . -. y
I .: .
much oooo aud drink as much alcohol.
The Indiana have Utile or no money, th. ir
mediums of ex bangs befog whatever t hi
mny raise i.,. Inh ir of their lian ls
They will eat v!u n not hungry, drink
wiien not. thirsty, i leep whi n not. sh-epy,
ii-y win-re en I nuv tni w ! a ii i iTortiini'v
CfforO, "against the I KM Of MOOY1 II th. y
The majority ; re in n state of semiin
totieation from babyh)vl to t he grave, al
cohol Is'lt.g used on every pretext, freely
as their means will allow, on oreasions of
births, d il I feast days, the latter oc
enrring neuriy every day In the year. They
are social creatures, ami not at all inclined
to Live alone, Ie nee i heir h in M I BTB always
In groups, nud n community of them,
though numbering not more than half
s dozen. Is enl!' d an e-t.nm In.
In the Interior of Bolivia, M na Indiau
de Iwe to change bis place of residence, ho
Is not allowed to settle in another village
until Hie authorities thereul have looked
Into bis private history, when, if the record
Is not satisfactory, be is ordered to move
mi. Hut thai s' idoui happens, for they a re
like cats in their attachment to places, and
will cultivate the snino bit of poor land
from generation to generation, though
barely able to keep body and soul together.
I lisve b -en suffering tn
years with Riysipelas. Ilsvn I
favKsa doctors nwowlnje and ;
patent medielnea of most all I
nill'ls, hut none seeinnil lode !
ms any good, i Baafiy mails I
up my mind to try linrdoet
nioo i liltti -i-fl. llnve iiKod toW
lu.iii.. ..r it ii o ...... i
mw...,. ... ... mm
mystjif entirely cored,
Mil:-. N J, McCATI.V,
Kervlee, lie.iver Co , Pr
Art for the masses.
One Dime and
need have Consumption. It
is not Inherited. Tho inher
iled tendencies toward it are
the Crenm of Cod-liver Oil,
which makes children ro
bust and healthy, and stim
ulates the development of
tho limps in old and younj;
alike. Physicians, the world
over, endorso it.
Don' be derived iv; SMrtts!
Preparo'1 bySootl A BowmvK V. ,A" ;r irnSsta.
I ta R
1 1 READY RELIEF.
rUB INTERNAL AWO BX1 ISBM A.L I sir.
In nsing in "iln' ii ' to stop pnin. no should
evokleaebai lofltat huury oc the systsns
Opium. Mwphtno, Ckuorororni lithsr. t o
esliis ami i iilersl step Mia by daelroylni
th" aeaee of parosption. ins patisnt losing
the p over nf f mllng This Is a BCet deetrue
tlve praetlos; i' msska tbo symptoms, shut
up, and. lnston I t rin iviiig trolile. brisks
dit-.-n taeatomaot'i liver sad toarelsj and, if
e i-t tinned In tor a lens'ih of tune. Kit s th,.
te-rTi s snd prlue,si local or (i-noral pnraly
There n at salty -f"r using thns- uoeer
tain .if.-Tit -i wi 'i n pittltlrersmtdy ik" It tn
wavs RKADV REUKP will atonthenj "t
exerueiatiag pete qetekse withoateatauiai
tbs I.'. lUngi'i- in sithsr tafsat or adalt
it lastaatly stops the must sxeraciatief
pjins, nllv In:' oionttliin a el runts e nitt.
lions, whotnernf tha l.units, Htomncti. How
is, or other floiils or m i noes msmbraosa
It HPKA1NH, RRl'IflKa, DAi'KACHB,
PAIK lit TUB CUE8T oil BIUKS, HEAD
A Kg TOO! HAl HK )( ANY OTHER
PAIN, a few snplleatieee act hkemair,osus
Ins- th" pam to lastaatly step
ri i;;;. AM PRIVBNTB
Gold 3, Ooughs, Sore Throat,
Bkeama lnt. NurlBl, Srlatlr. Lnss
liagn, stt. Illni; of lltr Jnlnta, Pains
in Dai a, i bcot ur Uaiee,
The apphcaUoa of Um RIADf MLOH-te j
in. prt or istrts vhere the dlnsraity or pala
lists will aft ir.l i s' sn! eunifurl
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I OUi .H.ATI'I.I.M Y.KAINlINll apf.l 1 -s
. sna t)ifklr i-url l.y
taking tntweail iusj f ol of
R.Ur Rebel m keile umMrr uf eater,
Chilis and Fever, Fever
and Ague Conquerod.
Ther'hinid s rmrtlil a.-ent in ft world
that will, ii- IVt-r .nl Au ait all other
WSlari at Blliii and .l...r I ir. a-.lJ by
ll..t a) 's ilil . i (Jalst ij an K.dsay Heady
Price OOc. pf botil. Silii by Oruggitti.
p.., tb rm nf nil .1 ' .i.i loeeal Ibis HI ass 1
aete Ivor, Bsxrela BMaays, Mtedsjev,lst
yias in. . Itsadaebe, Conoltpentoot
Oaetlvoaasa laelgooslast iipi. nil
l,.uMraa, gvvrr.litilamMalloa of lli llnv
rl. I'll' Mt.l all ii.ioriil i f I no llf
tsffaat Vises rs i i-r. i, e.j i ,t.t., gaa
lattiltif nn aisraavy, itilnvraU or l'liLK
1 1 mot a inn oa,
Pri o la "er hoe mi br ail dnatfieta
on receipt f pries wltlbesnntby ni ul.
... U r OB 1'i llar.
W if 41 CU. Si Wrr. n St N. Y.
I m r -,-,, -n
m u' i in
lm 1 ud 1 ooorfu 811 1
B ItAK KN. I'A.
MINING and BLASTING
Hade st tl a )U OSic .iUd hUoli
1 SUn A H nd Powder C.n't
ORANCfE GUN P0WDBB
Fiectrlo nattcrist, l-'usei for etplol
Ing bisM, Bafety Fus... and
Rcfitin.-Ch in-aiC..'.ii .;h Kxbjivea
IlIlTTnit RHUS Cti.. I'ap. t anllr.1. 31 .OlW.ftPO.
HUnI at.nt, Sll OB t.N TUP. WOKI.IN
"A doll ir liieed It a golfer . IrW." .
idles' gelid Fro neb Doagole Kid Bnl-
ton Hoot dahvi K a free snywliro In tho U.S.. on
- - m-el t 'I' anil, Mom v Order,
U '" ''"ul 'olo lor l.."iil.
V; .' J Ft.: its every v hi- the h..ln
K. .'a I -U i all retail ft lea
: r? f ! 1 We iu ike ties t-oot
tt to' -j ' u.lvc, tliricit.ro wo ffu ir
r i:n'. Llin JIt, r!l' anil ircir,
I i '' '. and II nuy one Is not saitsflrd
I'l" i'Tit?' !'l i ' 1 'Ii i. in
s- ' ' rf, ' or seiiili.ntli.Tji.il.-. i era
fy) , 'li . (. C Lnin.,-1 Senic,
'' ' ft- .Vwlilll.sC, IVK, fc KM.
H'"' V v1" ' 1 '" ""' h'1"
rft! I ! jl1 r ' izcs, iS'iadtfearsfsr.
Uftf 1 1 7-" V -'elV' '
'J.,,.;;;' ' lll.isttated
i' - Oata.
i . bf.i
P i'i ill per ran i
TTil S Una III! rtutnni,
MCll l?Hi.'t 1.1,, IIOSTH.N, .-.'... ..
Spteiat term 'o Dtatw
Imh Laundry Co.
Cor. I inden St. end Adams Ava.
CotnT iiouxu i- ix Ann
All kinds of Laundry work gunranteetl
.'Mf " :T
Beat in the market,
OFFICE i Blnghatnton. N.Y.
FACTORY i iJnirielt. Pa
Largo Medium and
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farm:, Lawns and
HUNT & CONHELL CO.
Atlantic Refining Co.
3tai.ulftcti.runi ami lrnicT ia
lllumiaating and Lubricating
Linaeed Oil, Naptliai niiil Uao
lltira of all grades. Alls Oreass.
Ilnion l.rrnso mil Colliery t'om
pnttadialao, a lur.'n lino o' i'ar
. Bna Wm t'nriilles.
We aha hsn it i fata bi crows
ACME OIL. the only tuaUj eaiety
bnxninn oil In the niarlrei
WiL'.IAM MASON. M.intg t.
fiffiee- roai Kirhaniv V)ojuu, AT
V. orss al Pins ilruuk.
AT III All.
IVste' th" boat qntllty f .r d. SjassMa ne.a:. l
rf al! iu-. il -l.ir.-l in any part of lag att
it vwet ivrim
Ur .!..- foil at my . 91 .
no. ns wTOastwa tvrvrr.
Rar nmn. flrtl fl.xr. Thirl Natloost ftsnk,
si by aeail risen .i. io lbs mua wul
reeeivs i rmpt an eefan
hiv I aootracts wUl be made for Ue asU
l.il Uvi.'. , t ) 11' .'twli.-at C.MkI
WM. T. SMITH.
OIL AND MANUFACTURING CO.
MaaeflHtSrfS n:1 IWsra
m:i All An)
ItoltolttilHA Maul Greisj.
OKHCKi-TSl Wet L. iswrnni Aw
ii .iv-s- Hi diaa i
The GBHt INK New I! a von
v. York Warerooms No. so
E. C. KICKER & CO.,
Sole ile-ilera in Ihis section,
on l K ifl Adams Ave.. Telephone BTtf
HOW LIKE A
MAN HE FEELS
r AST TEAS ho had tared $300,
Ji Ho imiiL'lit ti hotue worth $1850
paid 100 down, ';ivo it niort
gage for $1,560. Today ho eati
matei as followii
Kent R.aved S'1001
Int. ret on morli;ai0 las 0J
Tazse and rspalra no to nnw
Ket saving on rent NVN
Baved ou naliii y ISO Ul)
To .apply on tBOrtgafe iil"d ii
IIKI III HON "In FOLK years Unit
henee w ill be free from debt nnd I kluill
have bonis of lily own."
i i;i ii.s BIDOI la tbe panatlee
homea Finn & Sonn have recently lln-
lahed ii neantifni villa, whlob they offer,
on enny piiynieiita, ut S183U.
Call ni their oflloa, between vvasiiington
and Aduiiiaon Ollvo atruuL
EZRA FINN & SONS.
Brandt Clay ProductCo
iivsn iani am auBoitoira,
lB. Q. fcDGAR DEAN lies removed to 610
1J Sprucu street, Scrantou, i'a. (.Just, on
iiooito couri-houso Square.)
)h- A. J. i-6NNKLlXoiuc8"2Ul Washington
svunuo. coi-noi- Kpnins utroot. oyor
JranoUoaarai,' Btoru. Itonldonce, KB Vlneut.
OjlOS nonrsi 10.8ltola. m. nnd ',' tol and
HP to ,.au p. m. Kuudiiy, to 3 p. ni.
DB, W, K. ALLEN, otlico tor. 'Tieto.
wanna unci waanlngton STSS.1 over Louu
nru shoe atorei oltico hourj, ill to ii; a. in. au J
)to 4 p. Bkt evening at rsstaeuoa 6uin.
asl niRton live
Dli. (J. L FKEY, l'rautico liui'lted to L)i
eases of tho Eys, Ear, None and Throat;
tunas, lie! Wyoming sve. Beatdenea aa Vina
IUt. L.M. OATE55. 126 Washington Aveaun.
' Onico hours, s to D a.m.. LSI to il and .'
tn 8 p.m. Bestdsae M Madison avt-uuc
n;i.. U WKNX55, .vi ii, OttlOM re aud ..!
I rommonw.'iilth hiiildinc: resldenee 'tl
udieonaTei oSoeboars, U to in, tto i. 7 ti
H; Hundayii i!.H-'l to 4. ivoiiliifrs st rosidonco. A
ipenait m.nln .1 , !-,.. , f th; eye, car, liouj
nud throat ai:d nyiiiH!olo(ty.
I i i r.UN.
I M. V. ItANCK'.S Uuw and Collection of
l . Bee. No DI7 Hnrni-o m., oppoelte Porest
noose, Berenton, Pa,; eolleetionee Kpeciaity
tnrmutnoat ransylvenlai reliable cori-espoud-
ci.'s 111 every county.
I hf-Mji s iia.s u. Attorneys snd Connsst
M 1ttw- Commonwealth uolldina
W oehiiiiitoo sva W. H. Jersi p.
lloHAI IB B li ANrt.
W. H Jaeanp, .rit
tXriLUaBD vVARBKN A KNAPP, Attor-
nejrejaiaOeaaaeloreal Law, awpnbUeaa
I uil'lili. Washiiiifton live.. Hcranton, Va.
IIATIKIMON & WUa OX,' Atlorii-y, :iT
1 ( ..una. ilon at Liw; ollicesi and a Library
lui.dnirf, bctiiutcu, I'a.
Wilms v a. Win ol
A LI'ItED HANI), WILLIAM J. HAND. At
fl tornew snd Ciiuti'llors, Coinuionweiilth
on Idln Rnoms It X sue M
S' I H" Vi.K, Ai:or..ev at Law, Nos.l'J and
' i if l'uil'lin,-. Washiiiu'tiiii nv. mi.-.
HI".NItV M SDKI.V Law ollles in Pries
bnudinif, IH Washingtoe avenue,
PBANKT uki ,,, Attorn. yt ljiw. liocmi
I ... t . al Kzct ui.- v srrsnt , Pa.
S'fe'iL l "v-1 am v. ac wsamar
' " VON m i it. ii. I ton ( H aqeare
IAMBHW OAKKOKO, Atloriiuv at Law,
rnonis Hit IM ami (4 ( .minoiiw. nlth 1,'l'a
C AVUEL W. BDtlAit, Attorney at 1st .v.
0 i iffl ... ii: Hprnosst . Horsntoa, 1 a.
1 A WATBB8, Attorney at Law. til
1 1. Lw !. ini . sna,. H i si ton Ps
j) ' HsilTH, L'oonssUor at Law, otBoa,
I . r-o.it 'I. V :. i .tntn'i.w...-i : i h: I In
I Ii ITli HEn. Attorney nt Ijia. Com
v . moi was th boilalne Berantoa Ha.
U COMBOVg EtlHprneost
nil BEPLoaLK, Attorney Leans noio-
I ii. tod n real ei.tati iweurlty .an Hpmos
1 KILL AM. Atteraey-ansiri ISU ivj
I iiimn.- iri-nue. H..ranton.
IIAV.. toiH UKBpa AND MORTbAQBS
H ,.r;'r.1.",n sr5n le,!ii.sl 1,T J W.
l'Ko, KINO, Attorney and Notary Pui.il.- g
... f, . l:h It : in-.,.
M HOlll a
CCHUOLOI THB Lackawanna. Beraa
11 'en- P. l-reparns ! and ylrla torooUs(l
or bualioM tLio iK.ily traiu vouna childroa
LaWiotf . at faqaeel
lirr Tnnim M rut
WALTBS II III si u
Mis- WOBCEhTIBH K1MDBBOABTBN
an I t- l.,iol, HI Aiisu h v. iiu funili
i I i at an tlu.ua Neat tsrm will opa
(' C. LAOT1ACH, aoraoea Leutnt. No. nS
w v . .i: as eve
I II NS
-rm. KJ PUBLIC r..iin. .,,
n mi in n..y oi. va.i.-r 1. nut
ter on luvontmont than any
l Call i.n s N CA1.LLN
i I nlldlna-
B CLABI a (XX, nsoiamssi noruaa
s: .1 n .nsrysasa rtore let Wasbiagtoo
atrnns; cmt bnoastUCd North Slain aveuuai
it. n t.-lephoni rsj
I. KAMI I NlUN : F.A " JiHif-. Mr n
"Nil i RBI vs.
in- KUtrrru m LaaawjuuM arenaa
,' r . Si. . -, fWtrwH ravna
Hill I I n M, l:l T ll IUM
l-lil. ui.-ivi.smi .i;.;j vymu
I are Mix. n bested with aaaeaat ail mJ
in iiiiproiei-.inita c Jl Tsi'MA. Prop
'Till: Kl.K QAFI, I.', and IS Franklin ave
l sue Rates rasa nalOe.
r Biaoi ni. Proyitsaus
ii bafisiAal ku iiui bl
' W. aaCBI Wat stmn?-r
Mxteeiitb street, me block east 4 Broadway
at I'muu huuaro, .Now TetR,
Amrrl.-an plan. t-lNnr-r day and upward
, 'oM. II..LM. Kor. i-een piau. good
1 - reeana l'ln day and niUt. bar ui
1 U.-d lui tbe U .
P n CTJTyt, Pror-rl.tor
I c1 bam UN nut srl near 1 . law i
i leager depot i i . '.l onlb. Kuropoan
plan. Virma Knoit. Proprtstor
i ' ttASil I KNTIIAL ITSJ .argei and best
"I eoiiinpi hotel ia Alleolowu. Pa. i.tei
t- and Ii in r .lay.
SiiToii h llAiiNrn. Proprietor.
III I I I I I I N
ItAVlS . ttULPT"Architeets Rooms J;
I X I ll.ll'..nWf.!th 0 l,l-. rtrranlen
I,'" L AL i BK An . : t
."in e ,i ' 1"
1' L BKOWN. Areh p.
I e bol l.i 1 IM !.,r t,
Q Are., Her
at 1 61 i ii m oi n
1) Al ! !! -
' !.' III. -TIC Ml -li: Villi
1 laiK .ci... i. larie-N receptions, wed
Qlsgs and eoeoert work faraisaed, Kor term
ilnte.e It J. Bauer, conductor, llf Wyomlnj
i. - rn r liullie: t it uaic .it'iro.
HUKI. N I.. i.V.AH'lS WIIOLESA17K
RUBbsr. 6 sad Dune Hank bolldlua
VfKUARUCB RROTHKRa, PRIKTKR8'
.I ..ippliea, env-!ope, pnpnr l.afcTi, tame.
vrMeaanaa 1S V ssmngtoa sve, fck-raiiion.
i,'Oi TIl'M L1VBRY. 1631 Cnpotinn avenue.
First . !a. aarrl n i. ; 00TB, Am
nwerai Dlreetor aad tab dnter.
nEANK P, BROW.N en, who:
" s'e desleri in W cod wars, Cnrdege sod
Oii cti.tii, i.n w. Lseks wanna avenna
l.V.b.V PlNN ..- bUNH, builders and contra
N-vriirr . 'live Rl. nnu Ail.'bllll
. i earner Aaa at and Penn ave.. Rorantoe
II THE E'3T. Get rri.es am!
eo Iho Fnrakee anil be con
viBMd, A full line of HEAT
ERS, Ai'iiollo Hiiil GhttUM lJoor
I COUPON NO. 63. I
Bend or bring) two of these coupons, - differently numbered, a
rj with Ten Oento,aUtl fret one of tlio scries of sixteen inanilieiMit S
s pbotographB. Ten nnmbera now ready. Mail orders,2o. extra. I
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF ft J,
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coal iiBod exclusively, insurinu
cleanliness and eomfort.
wii TAtiLn in amor fkb. i, lm.
Trains leave Hcranton for Pittston, Wilkes.
Baire, etc. at 8.111, U.lo, U.90 a. m., 12.U0, U.O0L
Hs a Hs . w- Bnnfla u.uo a. at,
l.oti, Ji.tin, ,.io p. in.
For Atlantic City, 8.10 a. ni.
For New York, Newark and Elizaboth, 8 10
(express! a. ni J:;.:ji (express with lluiint
parlor car), 3.3a (exprutsj p. ui. Bundav. it)
p. m. "
Fob mai-i ii Chi nk, AnLEWTowa, Banna.
HKM, Laktow and I'mi.AIiKi 1-iiiA, S.IiJ a ui
li3H 3.;ki tM (exoupt Philadelphia; p. m.
BundsTi - 00 p. nv
Kor Lo.nu littAHfii, OckAn Ouovk, etc., at
B.IOa. Bl, li.Mf). in.
For Beading. Lebanon and Harrisburir, via
Allentowu, b,10a. m, 12.3iJl 5.00. p.m. Bundav.
'.'.iiO p. in.
For Pottevflh. M a. m.. 2.!!0p m.
Returning, lenvo Now York, foot of Liberty
fir..-, t. North river, at !;10 (express) a. m.,
1.1 1.30, 4.:, (express with Hnllet parlor car)
p. m. Huntlny, 1.31 a. in.
Leave Philadelphia, Beading Terminal, 0J)1
a in.. 2.01) iiinl t.SU p. in. Suiulay, 8.27 a in.
rhrongh tickets to ail poiataat lowest rates
may be had on aiipiicatlon in advance to the
ticket UK-jut at tho stiilion.
Ii. P. BALDWIN,
J. n. OLBAU8IN VD ''S3
' 'ii Bqpt
1,1 r .... ...... . v. mumm
4 LLZ . SON RAILROAD,
commeneingaiay B, 16
trains will run ns follows:
rralnfl leave Bridge Street
Btntlon. Scrunton, for Pitts-
WjTlQMIm' :' u,lk" I''"-'-'-, etc., 8.00,
W O m 1,25. 2.38, Ud. 6.16, 0,16, CU
bw r i i in.
nt? For Mew York and I'hila-
OI, , delphia, 6.00a. a 1S40, 141
tit, 416 and II JO p. m
For llonosdiiletirom Dels ware. Lacks wsnna
and western dspotA 1 00, i 30, lU.lUa.m.. Uui
in.. 17. .'..10 p. nv,
Pi r i arbo-nln!.. snd Intermediate stations.
M0, T.0". 6.60, lti.lOa. in.. Ifctui in.,'.' 17, 3.2j,r, m
t- K end tf.Ti i. in.; rrmn ilriilgo street Li-pot.
till a. in.. L.i7and 11 ii6 . m.
raal agjareea to Albsny. Sarutoca. tho Adi
rondack Moiinl.-ilus, Boston nu 1 N'i-w iOngluiid
DOlntl MO a arriving at Albany liti.
Saratoga SJO p, m, snd leavlu Seranwn ate
p in , arrlvinn at Albany stdTtOp, in., Ssra
t n, II 56 a iu . snd li iston. 1JBS a. m
Tneonly direct route la-tween the coal fleldj
and Boston. "The Leadlnif T.iiirists' ltouta
of America " to the Adirondack Mountain re
nins, Lnk'nUvurguaiidChaiiipIniu, Montreal,
'I bne tntili-s allowing 1"eal and through train
service between itStioDS on all divwiuns Del,
ware and lluilh-iii hj-ti-'n, may tin oliUilued at
all Delaware and Hudson ticket orti-ea.
a (I VOUNO, J. w BUBDIOK,
' I I're-l I' lit (ieu. I'i.n-w A't.
I BHIO 3 VALLEV RAILROAD!
Ld Pan, ii, um.
Train leav. S.-rant n for Philadelphia an I
New York rbb D, A II i: R, at n a.ui. lilib
'i and II 66 p. m via D., L. W. U. K , b OR
KO6,llJ0a.iB.,and 1.60 p. m.
l..av,- N-ni,t..n I i Pittifm and Wtlgse,
Unrro vis D.. L ft W. ii. It., tl.OJ, 8 0s, 11 il
a. m . UR 66 . . 07. 1 p. in.
Leave Scrunton r ,r White Haven. Hazleton,
P.ittsvllto and all points on tbe Beaver
Mend ,w ami p.itt villi, branches, via 1 A- w.
V..'ils.m . v a D, a IL B It. at I a m.. ULUL
i.K I 111 p.m.. vis 1) , L. W. K. it., 0.00, s.ijs,
II 'Ji a in., 1.3U, a..iu..m.
l.eae Scranton f-.r It "thl.-hem. Eaton.
mailing. iiiirrihui' sn.i all iatenaedjate
I .itit- -. . D .V. II it. It . - a in .1J I'J. 3 ll. ii
i'-m .via D . L A- W. li K..-1 UU. o il.M a. m,
I. tJ p in.
LiaveScranton fnrTiiiikhannO'-k. Towanda,
Flmira lthsi-a, Qeaeve and all intermediate
poiuts via Ii. A li It It.. 'i (7 .. in. lJlUaud 11.3S
1 m.,viau L Rt W. B B.. AU s.in..l..i p. m.
Leave rbranton fur Rochester. Buffalo N'l
SKara Kails, Detroit Chicago and all points
tv:.ii ft li It. It. li C .nu.l.' lu.'.i la.ll.ti
P m. via D. L. ft W. it. K. and Pltl ton
Janetloa, AOS SOL. 1-AltO i. in . via L ft W.
K K. Ml in m.
For Kim ra and tbs et via Salamanoi. via
D. all R K u.o; a.m., UiO.tl.i p. ro . via D.,
L A W & K.. .s UX a Bk, IJO and 0.07 p BL
Pullman parlor and aleeptng or L V. chair
can on all tra n letvwn L. ft II Junction or
W ilke Bsrrs aud New Yo. k. l'liiiad Ip ds.
Buffalo an 1 BaotisnsiOB Bndie
KuI.LIN II WILBUR Qos fupt Esat Div
rilAs s, l.i.i. i,.: p.,, v : t. Phils .Ps.
AW NONNEMACUER tas'tOmPsss Ag't,
I . .
h 1.1 Av RK. LACKAWANNA AND
w l STERN RAILROAD
Trains leaio S-Tant ti aa follows: Express
tor Mew York end ail ;-.ints Kat. 1 .66,
6,16, 8 00 sad (At s. m.; is &" ami .1 jo p, ul
PlUrsei for llat..ii. Trenton. Philadelphia
a .: Ifee awath, 6IA uu and v.i"i a m; Vlii
and I Ul p m.
Washmnt'in ard way it iti.un, I V, p m.
T bihanna ac onn idetlen, 6 M p. m.
Expr as for Bluchaniti.n, Uswevo. Elmirs,
Corning, Bath. DaaevliM, Mi uut Morris and
Uuffalo. II in. ; 16 a in. and 1 u p. m.. making
. !... ,m.e.-ti. .: s at H.itT..... t ul! p .nils iu the
Iferthweet and Southwest.
Baih aocnini-xlatiiiu, 9 a m.
Bit'K-hsiiit n and way stations. 1J 17 p. vx.
Nicholaou sn l wsy atstlona, 6 P p in.
Nioaosoa uccoiuiiiodatiou, st i p. ni. and
(1 B in
WagaemtOB .and Elmirs Express. Oift p. m.
KXprea ter Cortland, Syracuse, Oswego,
1'tics sod Kkhflild Bprlugs, ili a m. and lJt
ltMsra. ! 16 and Ili'li lam. and 1 M P
For Nortbumlicrlend.nttai. m, Wilkes Barra,
rirmoiith. Blooms berg snd Danville, making
d.iae eenneetkma al N..rthuiuberiaud for
Wllliamprt. llarrisbur, Baltuuora Waah
li.kt u an I tl.- fi.cith.
Northombi rland nnd lnteruieillate stations,
Cm, ma) a m and 1 30 and 6.07 p m.
nantleoke si.d Interni.sliate ktatl-ma s.oj
and II 91 a in Plyin.nith snd luteruedlste
tstloua 3.V and a:nji. in.
Pullniao parlor and nooplng coaches on sll
rxpt. sa tralna
For detailed Inforiuatlon, pocket tun 'tables,
etc . am to M. L Inata, city ticket otBoe,
.l.-. i.a- kawaaaaavenaa or dett tioaet ortb
R THN IMVIXION.
in ritcci Jaaaart Nth, I Mat,
f una v
(OB -MI7 CW f(l6 -'ul 661
Stations L r ,P n
5 i X a (Trains Pally. Ex.-
J - y. eept Suiiibiy j - g 5
I- a An lie l.eaie i A
:N V Krsnklin s: I ... I ., :aj
T ie West nd Btreetl ....I ., 7 SO
f0 Waabawkea eoo
r m r v Arrive Leave a m r tl
I Usneook Jnnetloni ego ....t (61
8 Itt . , 1 OJ lliinci k il ....'Ull
7J ... i.'.v-1 btarlliht 6 1ft.... I!M
Tail ... "-' ' ' Pros d park 6tfL..M 8t
TCi .. 16 11 Cl 10 il W .... 141
7 :N . . ' P''l : lie f 4 .... S 60
f 6b .... us Belmont 646).... tea
T"J .... 16 I ricasant ML 0 "51 .... II tfi
ttii .. ti Dnlondale MtW .... son
Tom- a ii '.' Poise! city ' ; I0U m 6 10
6( ::tli c.o'bondnip fMlttljSM
,1 I k sK 1 1 1 ill While Hrld,'i 7 .?' o 4 13 64
ft ; -.' ....I Mflylleld f. (tilt SltS 46
641 a l : ici njin 7 si 9 s 45
666 .".i l.- Archibald 7 10 10 1 S 81
KM S lllfltSl! Wliit.ni 7 41 in 08 SM
6 t.ll 601 11 Sll Pc kvtlln 7 46 111 10 6 (
. ojrptumt rutiou so
6 V'l Oil : I 16 Plokvin 7 84 in 171 4 eT
fB till 1 V II 16 Thfoop 7 .V) 10' 4 10
r II III Pr.nlilelice M i' 1,1 i!4 4 II
ft 1814 61 1 ink I'laoo BOtllOil 4 IT
o 160(1106 Boranton smitiso; w
t 'ii mi s Leave Arrive a ka m r a
aii train ran natty eaoept Rundajr.
t aignillee that trains stop on signal tor pas
Ail lltl IDS truliiN leave Carl), hdale for --n .in.
ton 1.10 iiinl 6.16 D. DA, arriving at ticrnnton i.ta
and I 00
Leave scrnritan for Caibondale tt.M and 8.80
arrivlair s' Cl b '.idilc tt 7.8 and 9.18 p. ni.
M'cure talis via Ontario a Western before
purohssinf ticktt-and aave money. Day and
Itlbgt Ripreas to tUe West.
.i.e. Andereon, Qen, raw .gt.
T. Kltorul'., Llv. l ivs, Ajft. Mrantou, Pa,
17IUB AND WYOMINU VALLKY RAIL
Train ' leave Scrnnt.'ii for New York an 1 in
termediate points on the Krio railroad at A S
K m. and d.111 p m. Also for Honesdale.
rlawley sad lewd points at rt It',, fl.13 ii. in , nud
.1 ii 111.
All the above are through trains la ani!
An addttioaal train leaves Scianton for
Lake Ariel at 6.96 p ni. nud arrival at Scran
toi frmn the Lake at s 4n a m aad IJ6 i.m.
Trains leave for WtUtea-Barre at 6. IU a in.
nnd II II p. in.