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THE SCRANTON IfilEUKE-THURSDAY AiORNING. MAY 17, 1894.
"Tmr ft mi i r tp-
"Tig Old standby
Ouo dozen of the genuine JO
II ANN HOPFS MALT EX
TRACT gives m much strength
and nourishment as a cask of ale,
without being intoxicating, it is
highly liene licial tor use at meal
titno lor convalescent, weak chil
dren ami ladies, and as a general
tonic for the weak ami debilitated.
Insist upon the Ronnto e JO-HANR lion's,
which man bare the itgnatnre ol "JOH IBS
Hoi t " on tin' neck label
Eisner & Menaelsoa Co., Soil Agents, Now
Concluded from P.u;f
The eaoTratlon named tbe fnllowl im
auditing oomtntttee: Xenl Sweeney,
Plymouth; Andrew Peldtnen, WilkM
Ibirio; James I'lJueon, Carboudale;
M. W. Morns, Pitlelon; W. F. Met. ,
Himnton. After the appoint meat of
ilio commit MM tho bo.ly took u rMMH
Tin: afternoon si:ssio.n.
When thu convention reussmublel in
tbi afternoon Secretary Mack Bill -mittsd
Uii annual report It showed
that ftorins tlie yor twelve societies
with itn augregite membership of
1,000 were dropped from the roll of she
nuion, bat iioiwitliitatpiiuir. thu: feci
the membership of tho uui n iicr'Se 1
?o members. Since the list eooTtn
ti(n Are newsocletlssl wertiadnilltad.
Transnref, Collier's report showed thut
the total receipts daring tha vtr were
fl.iH 71; sxMndUnreeIT7Ml47; balance
on bind, $s.M 24 Bolb reports were
referred to the an Itting committor and
then President Define delivered his
Annua sddreeo. Ho poke :m follows
Rev. Father and Delegates to tbe Twelfth
Anutial Convention of the Catholic To
tal Abetiaenoo Union of tbo Diocete of
About one year ago I wan electej as
president of your uuiua aad immediately
afterward took the following pledge: "I
do solemnly promise that 1 will faithfully
rrotect, main tain and support the cousti
i ition hint by-laws , f ttils union." In my
o: lulon no man can realm the rcspinsl-
t ility nfaacb a pledge until he has taken it
as president ot your union, Hut it was not
uutlll bad made an oAcial call upon our
riiiht reverend - bishop, whom you all
know Is our spiritual director, not until I
bed raoeivod bis advice and a short but
importaot history of our union, that I re
solved, so far as human effort might go,
that uo official net of mine should ever do
any lung Of causs to be done anything that
would Cast the faintest shadow of doubt
npou tha sublime purpose for which we
In glancing over tbe history of our union
wirhin the past year a year of struggles
and trials to all organizations reipiirlug
tbe payment of monthly due to meet cur
rent expouses--I am pleased to be able to
say, as the secretsry's rup rt shows, we
havo not only held our own, but under
ery difllcuit circumstsuces gamed. having
organized about twelve new societies an
cf which are already aftilnti-d with our
QOAHtttVI "NVh.NTIOSS VAI.t 'ABLE.
I find that the holding of quarterly con
ventions has proved beyond a doubt to tw
of great benefit to onr union. While it
would be impossible for your cflicors to
visit every local society in the anion,
quarterly conventions have made it possi
ble to meet your representatives in the
different districts throughout the dioceso.
Tbe generone assistance of tbe public press
in every district of our union baa done
You Mill be asked to piss upon several
Important matters, Including insurance
wbieh I hope you will give careful consid
eration, and I, aa your president, would
also ask that today you show to tho world
you can abstain not only from strong
drink, but from anything and everything
that would tend to cast discredit ution our
grand old anion.
Let as have C'atholio total abstinence In
all Its simplicity, m all iu purity of pur
pose. Why have we organized? For
what havo we organized? Let every dele
gate ask himself these questions. It is t
make men sober, it Is to lessen and stop, If
possible, all drunkenness and tho tempta
tion to crime that lends therefrom. How
best to obtain this end should bo tho work
of every true total abstainer In
my opinion it can never bo ac
complished by any spasmodic jumps
from one new-fangled scheme to an
other. Tbe broad-gauged, generous
minded, never-to-be coerced people of this
free republic will never be won to any
canse that smncksof crankism or intoler
ance. We have but to glnnce at tho his
tory of our country the past few months
to provo that yvhat I assert is true. We
bave seen individuals riso up in different
sections of tho country, apparently to
ameliorate the condition of the unem
ployed. Wo have seen these ssmo unem
ployed, in their thousands, hungry and
disheartened, hold aloof with nothing but
scorn and contempt for such deuingognes.
In conclusion let mo ask you to udhero
strictly to tho lines of your constitution,
not swerving to tho right or left, and if
your laws are not what yon would wish,
the remody is in your own hands, aud
when tho time comes to take a stop for
ward, let it bo known that It is onr union,
undivided and with all its strength, that
has mode tho move,
THAT INSURANCE FEATURE.
A letter was road from I lev. A. P.
Doyle, of New York, general eeorotary
of the Nationnl Union, expressing his
regret at not being able to attend tho
convention. The amendments propoied
to the constitution with a view to hav
ing nn insurance feature in connection
with the union were read by Secretary
Muck. That hronght the question,
which has been agitated for years,
qnarely before the body for considera
tion, aud Mr. McDotmlil, of Forest
City, moved to lay the wnole matter
00 the table indefinitely. Be saiu that
It was the sentiment of his society that
the insurance feature would tend to
distract tbe societies from pushing for
ward the temperance work to advance
which they were organized,
The motiou to lay on tbo table did
not win sympathy, and on motion of
Mr. McCaffrey, of Jormyn, the body
went into a committee of the whole to
consider tbe inenrance question. Tbe
motion curried and President Devine
named Joseph H. Dnggan, of Provi
dence, a chairman of tbe committee
BMPERATH IN IEI
of tbe whole. Mr. Cullen, of Scranlou,
moved that the roll bo called Bnd the
seutiment of the delegates obtained us
to whether or not tho plan presented
was considered with favor I y the dele
gates. Mr. Guiluey, of Wilkes-Barre,
emended that a vivo voce vote bo tnkiu
instead of having the roll called, as
wus contemplated by Mr. Cullen. This
amendment wsb offered to save time.
After three-quarters of an hour of dis
cussion on various phases of tho ques
tion and ameadmant, n voto yvas taken
on the amendment and it vns lost. Mr.
Bolaod moved, as an amendment, that
the Committee ariso mid report to the
convention postponing action until Hie
order of ntw business is reached. Mr.
Oaffuey moved an amendment to the
amendment that the committee arise
and report adversely on the
insurance proposition re;;d by
Mr. Mntk. Tho amendment car
ried, Jiefore tbo amendment w,is
tint President Devine explained that the
insurance cominitteo which formulated
the plan read by Mr. Muck had,
prepared another, and what was be
lieved to be a superior plan, Wbiob
yvonld be presented later. After tho
commit tea ol the whole bnd arisen
and reported to the convention the
auditing committee reported that the
accounts of the cretary and treasurer
were found correct.
TliOl'lU.i: oVh.lt THE TROPHY.
The next matter to eng ige tho atten
tion of the convention yvas tho dispute
ovtr the compel itivo drill held at
Bcraotoo lust S ptember. Mr. May, of
Providence, ohalrmau of the committee
in charge of the drill, made a verbal re
port of the committee's y.'ork an I said
he had tiled a Written report of the
proceedings ol its meetings with the
board ot government The report of
Mr. May yv.is received and then I be
written document tiled with the board
of gOVernm nt yvas read. It
showed that Company 0 ol Pitts
loo, and the Father Whitty Young
men of Providence had participated In
the drill and John McGutre (and Wil
liam McGreevy, a majority ol tha
judges, awarded the trophy to the
Providenoe organlzstion. It yvs
credited yvith a percentage ol 99 and
the I'ittsten society with a percent ;
ol 98 John li. Pojr of Pittsion asked
pet mission to pre nt a rep.ri of the
minority judge, Captain Plaonery, but
tha Chair decided It could not then ac
cept the report, a t ie time for tiling
it had expired. I: gave the Father
Whitty'a a petcsutage of Ml and Pitts
ton iij On motiou of M. T. Hark of
Curbondale it was decided to bave tbe
proceedings ol th board ot govern
ment on tha question read,
Mr. 0 Hare at the same time asked
that the matter be referred to a com
mittee i f bve tor consideration) .
long debate followed and C Boland
mggeeted as a compromise that action
bo deferred until (tomorrow morning,
the parlies to tiirt ilwpuie in the meau
uine to sndsavor to come to an agree
ment This compromise was not so
oeptable to the disputants and Mr. Bo
land with irew it
After fnrth-r debate a motion wn
passed adopting lb report of il in
mittoawarding the trophy to the Father
Whitty society in accordance With the
decision of the majority of the y. Igts
Tha trophy has been In the custody ol
the Pittston organiz ttiou since the
M. T Hnrke delivered an address in
favor of an insurance plan and at 0 10
tho convention adjourned until this
Scranton, Thursday, May 24
TMC WORLDS LARGEST, GRANDEST,
CAPITAL DIVBSTEO, 94000,000 DAILY i: I'KNSi;, st.iioo
iimi saoW KKDOBXKD B1 mi I i ROI
no fai.se pngTinsa no u tQONsvnov,
Everything Just as Advertised
New l'erfornuneos. New People, New Attractions.
Chiko AND HIS BEIDE Johanna
only PAiitor male anii KEMAi.K OORTLLAB cvst issm tofttbev slans the ntsatlea.
sod rositively the only HI ANT AND (llANTEr-H HPI i I MENU n , r SVI r In I iptlvltV
In the history , f the w rid M08T UUMAN-UXE ANUIAU KNOWN, iirrtiiu
31. uA i-.-onle ilsily to ( 'en trul I o k. N V , when hxiuil by tin w "hown t i tint so
ulugleal garden. Thu WOadet of tbu Newspaper aud ucl ntlllc Worlds.
Grand Ethnological Congress of Strange and Savage People
Curious Iltmuu Btlon with rjuoir r lUktQH nrul coronxmlr, l'ann, Il luf or H- nthcn.
Mohainni'-tlans fiumil'iiU, Vlubnim. HullliJstH, Coufui laus. IIlLdotm, t hrl.ituu
and AtimzonK, wiiitlu fWBlttd "f tvK' ptDtto, witti ihnr l i.tr, n.i'iu,
imjileini'iiti.ntUHsoal iiiHtruiii',!itH,rit,i,-orfiiiot)tioai1il;iiic, Uui ntucik
' ,i i wmXT -s
Grent EQUESTRIAN Tournament
lieaplag, Tambltag and Acrobatie Displays
12 Of the World's Greatest Circus Champions -12
L'nrivalod Kquostria i Feat by a do., n male nnd female rider
THE MOST FAMOUS ABRIALlSTfl IN THE WORLD,
All the Oreut Athletes, Oyinnasti and Acrohats,
Sensational Animal Exhibition
Lions, Tigers, Sheep, Piinilieri, El 'phanti and Hornet, performlinr at. ono tlmo.
In narrnony tos-eiher, in a COLOSSAL STEEL It A ItHI'.O AKENA.
3 Circus Compnnies in 3 Rings, 2 Elevated Stages, Racing Track ami Animal Prena.
SIOHt'R NlSTCR MtBM BBFOBB Tills RRABOM and only to be witnessed In these
sho8, 2 Hards of Elephants, '1 Drovet of i'uiiisIh, (li int und I ik-ray AnlmalH, 2 Menager
ies of Trained and Wild i: .- . M old-time, Modern and Pantonilmie Clowua
Two Performances Daily at 2 and 8 P. M. Doors open an hour earlier.
Admissipn to everything 50c. Children half price.
ltusorvoil Mfttfl at rotfulur pfi06 Mid a(lmlnsinn HOkttl at uhuiiI a'lvancoat
Thompson &. Pratt's Book Store, 3 1 2 Lackawanna Avenue.
Mighty New Free, Street Parade "Z'Xn:;
military iiniforms aud nnisio of all nationH at A.M. on day ot show.
LOWEST EXCURSION RATES o ALL RAtliROADS.
Will Exhibit in WILKES-BARRE MAY 23.
Tomorrow tho cffljir for the ensu
ing year will be elected. John H D
vlne will In all probability to again
honored by nn election to the presi
dency of the tun ni and their is a senti
ment in favor of awarding the Becre
thry'sbip to tbe lower end of the dio
cese. In that event Johu D. llerron,
of Freehold, will be selected. P. J.
Messitt and J. J. byveuuev, of the city,
Mr. Mack the present secretary and
Michael (Jnslok, of Mlnooko, are also
mentioned as candidates.
Candidates for delegates to tho nn
tional convention nt St. Paul in August
are numerous. J g M.
HARD FOR YOUNG GIRLS.
Trying Preparation for Entrance Into
Society What Paina's Celery Com
To bo graceful, entertaining, accompli-,
ted in music and French, easy
talkers on topics of the day, yet up In
ancient history this and much more
is yvhat society expects of tho young
girls who "come out" at 18 r 19
In the few years before 90 SO great a
change is wrought that wo almost, us
if by magic, see n woman, where out a
short time before yv.is only a child
If, during these critical years, con
stant mental exertion absorbs blood
and nerve force, tbe system grows
feeble and Buffers from laCI of nourish
ment. The vital mistake of tho thousands of
girls Who yearly bro.ik down m schools
end colleges le just hero: A vigorous
healthy body ami brain must bave an
u:. limited hiipnly of pure, rich blood,
folly capable of building up growtns
tissues and repairing the waste of h od
Worked nervee and brain and body.
This is just w :nt Pintle's celery com
pound is providing today fr over
worked, anxloUS, "run down' people
all over the United fcjt.-tt s mid Canada,
If care be taken that no part of the
body be poorly nourished, a great deal
of hard work and study can be safely
one through, lint when y ueg girls
are seen to grow thin, pale, spiritless,
and nervous, there is pi duly starva
tion of sum - of the Important oreans
an I a craving of the blud and DerVSS
for better nutrition
I'aiue's celery compound w.is first
prepared by Prof Edward & Phelps.
M 1 1 LL I), of lhirimoiuh oollege,
with tho fuiUs. knowlege ol any mtdl-
muu of hi day of yyliut tire I, Weak,
nervous women ueel to tuuku them
well and str ng
Tue'bappy effeoto of Paine cilery
compound IQ all cases of d'blllty. lier-
vona weakneee, uud Im pro veriibad, Im
pure blood are eitooishlog It nukes
peonl yvell yvh re everything ele t ills.
'1 he remarkable remedy mikes sickly,
feeble women (strong, dooe away c iiii
pletely with the lanquld feeling that
comes from underfed nerve and blood.
As a sure sign of it radical effect on
the system for good, it I noticed that
in a short thin tbe eyes grow clearer
and brighter, the cheeks ruddier, and
the mind more active and h ipafot
Paine' celery compound cure dys
popsti, sick headaches, nouralgis, rheu
matism, and every symp'om ol impure
Mi I, and periiuneiilly cur the most
d '.lLult diseases of tbe liver, kidneys
Thousande and thousands of men and
women who hive taken Paine' celery
compound re toUy par feet ly well and
6UST AMUSLMENT IHSTiTUTIOft
I Ua vAi
? on Earth- fe?7
. sul 1
eaa , wu i :ma. u
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
N. A. HULBERT'3
City Music Store,
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Dl i HER Miviri!Kta an
niiA.Mtu & HM ia
HTULTZ It A I i.U
4 : t :n iturn of Ant-Cijsej
Sll HIC l. Ml III II '. 1,1
Sit hit . l ie. I.1U
MOOSIC POWDER CO.
km 1 and 2 Ccmm3fiwa!tb BU'g.
s K AMi )N, I'V.
MINING anJ BLASTING
: s: i - an I uLsil-
LaJDa i Hand I'owOer Go 's
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Kltctric Catisrt, I'm for j.l- 1
1B( biaita, nafsty I'usa aud
RepsuaaChcmical Ca'sHigh Explosive
Maloney Oil and Manufac
Have rtmored ihcir offitw to tbsii
141, 143,145, 147, 149, 151
TXLEPHOIfl M'MHEH, 3Ci
The QENTJINH tttm Baven
New York Wsweroomt No. so
Fillli A ven no.
K. G BICKER CO,
Kole dsalers in this sectioa.
"I I H 1 : 1 Adams Ae., TslepbOB BTA'g
real of the Nt qnallty f r domegtln ns,snil
cf all size, di hvsrsd lu auf part of IDo yily
at lowest price.
Orders left at my nfflea,
NO. MM, VA VOMINfi AVEVIT,
Kear nmm, flrtt floor. Thtr I National Dank,
or sent by mail or telenlious to the uiluu, will
receive prompt attention.
Bin elal (sntraets will l madnfor the aalo
sud dulUui y ot lluckwhtat CoaL
WM. T. SMITE
DKKKU 8li(IK CO., Ino'p. ( apllal, 81 ,000,000.
I1KHT MM SHORE IN TIIK W)ULI.
A dollar ntn ed it a dollar earn'd," k
ThlsriulliK'SolWI Krsnih Dsiiitrola KM It lit
ton IUm dvltvortd fire nnvwlii'ro Id the I'.s , nn
nwi'lpt nf ( 'iifti, Mnni'y Onkr,
: ovpry way thn hooto
soul la all retail slnrra for
tJ.&J. W'v make Hits boot
oiiwlvM, thiTfforo wo guar'
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and If any ono U licit aaunllrd
vo will rrtnna tno money
Htnd another pair. ( )ter:s
Ton or Common Hemic,
v. I I U I ' KIT
I to 8 and half
. Send your rtte;
tie will fit uon.
Dexter Shoe Co,, lonrotf! mass!'
Ppteinl UtfM t" Aales,
A Handsome Complexion
In ono of tho ureatest charms a woman can
possess Ponx!fi'B Complbiion Pownaa
sVv vvi a j i-'.tj sjsn aa.jv
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pecial rates on the
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cases of thu Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat;
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; bnndays 2.80 to 4, eveuings at residenco. A
specialty mane of ,i.ni,s..H uf the eye, car, uosj
and throat sud i-yneoology.
I. A V. VDIIS.
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eitts in every county.
Ilibhti'SoJ tlA.U, Attorney, and omit ,"
0 lots at Law. CHafflOBWeelth hullduig,
Wssoingtoa sve, W. H. Jassra
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ueys and OoaasalOrSSt Law, Repuhlican
tiuildimr. Washington av,-.. Scranton. P.-l
pArrKRBON WILCOX, AtUjriieys uud
1 Counsellors at Law; olticcs 0 and a Lihr.iry
Luilding. bciauton, Pa.
BaBwau n PArraasoai
WILLI Ol A. WILCOX
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building, ItM Washniirtou av, una
RANK 1 OKtttXs Attorney at Ut. Room
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HILTON vi ' i win, , AM ). tB Washing
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IAMI.SVS OAKKORO, Attorney at Law,
rs,uisi. m n,l SV Commonwealth b'l'g
UAMUKL W. KDU H. Attorney si Li.
P Offlre, ill Bprncett . Scranton. Pa,
I A efATBEH, Attorn-y at Lu,v, 421
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Ii P. SMITH. Counsellor at Imw. nrri-e.
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hh UKl Lin.l.K. Attorney Loan, xmv
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nAVBTOttR DtKOS and Mi ut toaoks
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1H1 UUi H .K having! and Loan Ar
S nation will loan 51.U money on eaaler terirn
and pay yOS bolter on Investment than any
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s and Nurservnien. store 146 Washington
avenne. gr-n I, ua,iajC Norih Main avenue.
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blxteenth atroet, era hi s k east of ttruadway.
at I'nlen Square. New Yura.
American plan $.1 .'.1 per day sad upward
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v ro,na tpen day aud night. Her sup
plied alts tbe Vat
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t seng'r depot Conduct, l on the t. urn pea n
plan. VictvK Horn. Proprietor
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,d SiJil B r day
It' Ton P. P.Ani. Proprietor.
lu RtTKI 1 1
AVIB A licit PI. Ar.-tnte, t. H - -1
ft and 3S Commonwealth n'ld'g Scranton.
L WAI.1ER. Ar.lnt.vt, Lit rary I ui.,1
. lag Wy minis- avei.u S.-ianton.
U BROWN. Ar.-h B Architect. Price
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ACER'.- ORCHESTRA MCslO FOR
bails, tortile, nartleiv nveptiotM. w,vl
dings and Concert work furnished For terms
addrsas R. ,1. Baur. etSMMtor, 117 Wyoming
ave.. over llulbert's music store.
HokTi'N !. iVAM- WHoLE-AI R
rsmbsr, S and Lnino Bank building,
Sera ti ton. Pa
sieoaRof.k BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
il fupph'-s. envelope", pajwr bags, twina
Warehouse. 1JU Wasjimgtou ave., Bcranton.
IOOTEH LIYriiY. IVsl Capouse nvenue.
1 First class ,-arrlairee II L FOOTS, Aft
Funeral Director and Embalmer
I 'RAN K P. BROWN ft i u, WHOLE
I sale deslers In W,sdwar, Cordage and
Oil Cloth, r.M W. Lackawanna avenue.
L'iSRA FINN sons. batMers and nontras
Xj tors Ysrds: Corner Olive st. and Adams
ave ; corner Ash st and Prnn ave.. Serai, ton.
IS THE BEST. Oet prices nnd
seo the furiiKce ami be eon
vinced. A full lino of HEAT
ERS, Anpello and Uiiuze Door
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CENTRAL RAILROAD OF N, J.
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthraclto coal used exclusively, Insuring
clounllneHs nnd (omfort.
mo iabu in mraoi saa. 1, isoi.
Trains loavn Scriiutou for PlttBton, Wilkes.
Barro, etc., at 8.1(1, IU5, 11. .ill a. m., 12.80 20a
HfO, S.do, 7.2",, U.U5 p. m. Bundaju, ll.OU a inJ
1.0U, 21), 7.11) p. in.
For Atlantia City, 8.10 a. ra,
For New York, Newark and Elizabeth, S 10
(express) a PL, UMO (expros with Buffol
parlor car;, 8 .80 (SxprSlaO p. m. bunday, .'.:),
Poa JiAin ii Chunk, allirtowh, Bkthi.s
Bail, LAeToa and I'iiilaueli-hia, 8.10 a. nu
U..KJ, .1.WI, un (excopt I'hll.-idoliihicJ p. in.
Baadar, 2 uu . m.
,, ,F,or Lono lliiANi-ii, Ocean Gnove, etc., at
M0 a. in, I2.:i0p. ui.
For Roading. Lehaun aad TTni ristur?, via
Allontowu, h,lo iu iu., 12.1)0, B.Ct), p.m. Baadsr,
2.(10 p. m. '
For l'ottsville, L0 11. tu., I2JTI p. m. . .
Itetuining, leave New yri, (out ot L.hcrtJ
fVPNJOT rlv'r' Rt WO (express) a. in.,
l.in, !.,, UB (expross with liutfot parlor cur
p. rn. Sundav, 4 80 a. in.
I'cavu ''''lladolphhi, Reading Terminal. D-1J
a. m., 2.01) and 4.11 1 p m. Sunday, li 27 a. in.
I hrough tickets to all DotnUIt lowodt rat's
may bo had on at, plication 111 advancj to tu'
ticket agent at tho station.
E P BALDWIN,
J. a OLIIAfSEN, J-Agent.
DELAWARE AND 11UL
Coinineiiclnif May 2. IKI2.
traina will run as follows:
Trains SVa Bridgo Stneit
.Station. Scranton, for pitta-
WJfWl9 s - - ' ut"' " 1
mm a an - . ''-'. in.. 12.10,
w mm ' 1 W MS, 8.H ii. I,
fW r and 11.81 p. in.
Iff For N, w York and Phila
delphia, 8 00 a. ru,, 12-10, ;.2i,
M 4.18 nud 11.80 n. ui
For lloiieHil.-ileffrom Delaware. I.ackawanns
and wo.stern depot;, 7 00, S.8J, lU.10a.ui., lSui
ni . 2. 17, 9,10 p. 111.
For Carlnudalc and Inter rncoiats stations,
5.40, 7 00. Ml). 10.10 a. m.. 12,00 m.,2 17, 3.1'j.iln,
I 90 and 9 i5 Is rn. ; from Hridge Mtroot Depot.
101 a. in.. 2. Land 11 p. m.
Fast express to Albany, Saratoga the Adi
r ndack Mo a 11 tains, Boston and New Eng:;i!,(t
point, 5.S0 a OL, nrriv nx at Albany L'.lj,
Saratoga 2 20 p. m , and leaving Sera&ton at I
p 111 . arriving at Albany at el. r,o m., Sara
toga. 12 V, a in., and Balon. .) a. m
The only direct route between the coal field
and Boston, "The Lending Tourist' Route
of America1 to tbe Adirondack Mountain re
sorts, Lakes (ieorgo and Champluiu, Montreal,
Time table showing local and through train
win " hvtsri -n stations on all divisions Dels
war" and Hnnsou system, may be obtained at
all Delaware and Hudson ticket orhcea.
H. (i Yol'NU, J. W BL' It DICK,
Bi 1 Vi i re 1 lent Bsn Paea Aji
I EBIOa VALLEY RAILROAD.
1 rn. 11, Itet
Tram leaves Boraataa for Phlladelpnla an I
New York via D. S H B R at 1 am.. 121).
im sad 11 16 p. n via d., l 4: w. r. r., coo,
B.iss ll.au a in., and l.JI p. m.
L"ai Set inton for Pittston and Wilkss-liarr,-
nil., L it W It. K , ti.UU, aOa, fl il
a. in . L D, ISO, 1 1 ;, 11 1- p. m.
Leave Bcranton for wait Haven. Hazleton,
PMtlTUl and all points on tho Beaver
Meadow and pottsvill,. branches, vt E. & W.
V . ii40.m.. v.a D. ft IL II R. at I a m.. 12. M,
MS I .'. p.m . via . L. & W. B. R., 109, IjK
1120 a ui.. 1 It MOM
Leave S( ran ton for Bethlehem. Easton,
Reading, Harris), urg and all intermedial
points via D ,v H II. It , a m .12 Iu. 2 Ha. u.jj
p.m .via D , L & W. K. R, oo.s 0s, 11.20 a ut,
I.u p u.
Leave Scranton f .rTuukhinuock. Towau ly,
Elmlra Ithaca. , ml ...1 u,tr:i. -li.:
points via D. A II R.R..V07 am..l210 and 11.3S
p nL. rla D U ft W. R R.. s 1- a m.U) p. BL
LoavK Scranton for R:!i't-r. Buffalo. S'l
gara Falls, Detroit, Chicaro and all poiati
smtfiil) & H R. R. v.o: a.m.,12 lo.gp, 11 Si
n m. via D. L i W. R. R. and Pitt.ton
Junction, sua a ru 1J0 JS p tn , via E ft W.
B R.. J.I1 0. 111.
For Elm.ra and th) wut via Salamanoc i-t
D. Ai II it R slot a.m.. IXU,t.ii p. m . ml),
L. A W It tc. ,s 0 , m.. 1 .) and .')( p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L v. chair
cars on all trains btwecu L. B Junciiouur
Wukes Barr- and Now York. Phlud lpuia,
Buffal 1 and Saswnsion Brtdt-e
BuLLIN H WILBUR Oes Supt East Die
CHAs s. LK1. ii.-;i. Pas- Agt.Pblla.Pk.
A W NONNEMACHEB Xss't 0-.-a.Pasa Ag't,
DELAWARE, Lai 'KAWANNA AND
Trains leave Scranton as foil ws: Express
for Kw YorS and all Dotal East. I SO. iJtt,
I . - ' and V it a m. : It&S and 3 M p, in.
Express foe Luton. Trenton. Philnaelphts
ei.l tu- s.-uth, ill, S.0U and .5l a nx; ItSI
and H..V) p m.
Washington and way stations 9JI p m.
Tobyhanna aocomm'slatlon, el" p. m.
Expr a for Blngbamton. (swego. E mirs,
Corning. Rath. Danaville, Mount Morris and
Buffalo. II ei 2 1.', a. n, aed 1 14 p. m.. m iking
close connection at Buffalo to all point in the
West. Northwest and Southwest.
Bath acconim station. I a m.
Bn.giiamt n aud way stations. 12 37 p. m.
Nicholson and way statiotia p ra.
Nlcaosoa aci-ommodation. at 4 p. m and
S P m
Blnghamtou ano Llmira t vpresa Co, p. m.
Express for Cortland. Syracuse, Oewego.
Vtiraand Richfield Springs, LU a m. and lt
Ithaca. 2 and Bath -a m. and 124 p m
For Northumberland, Pittston, Wilkes llsrra,
Plymouth, Rl,s,mt,urg anl Danville, making
close connection at Northumberland for
Wl'.llamaport Harrisburg. Baltimore, Waab
lngton and the South.
Northumberland sud intermediate stations,
On. 920 a m and 1 JP aud SOT p. m.
NantiC(Ao and Intermisliate rations, H'ls
and ILSU .1 in Plrmoath SM intermedia:!
tationa .1.vind a;"s p. ni .
Pullnnn parlor and sleeping coaches on all
express trains . - .
For detailed information, pocket tlma taUas,
etc , apply to M. L smith, city ticket oincj,
n i.a s 'wannasvenue, or deis.it ticket otHoa
Nl li 4TtlN Hl l-IOS.
In I 11, .1 January llNlh. ISfll.
2O0 0 fOS
moi aos sos
c a 1 x. . al
i Z e- a (Trains Daily. Ex- - :. -
3 1 w
- 1 -
W 1 cept aanay ) r 5 a
- .- V
Y Frankliu s:
1 10 West Und sfrii't !"
: 00 weehawken
8 20 T.
8 10 ..
t ai .,
7 22 ..
7 is ,.
S M 5
r u Arrlvt
1 ii Baaeoei Juaettoa 1 3
I lane v's
I -J V-
Pi 1 ston Park
p laaal mu
F'orss-t 1 ity
May Hi id
, , Ml
, i-a ., i
? V s.s .. 31
r -r e iNflls
t; am si it 41
. 84 9 Mi .", 45
7 48 10 Ol S tl
7 43 1008 8 S4
1 a.l x. 1111 -Jali
MS'." 1 ijri ifv.
d v. ' ,
1 1 21
'. 4e III 10
7 310 18
7 .-4,10 17
' 3 cl
S U i '
8 21 I W
i 0 10 20' 410
I ml 10 St 4 14
8 0BI091 4 IT
- 11 It SO 4S
1 MA I S
8 IV 4 6.'
fS IMlf4 AS
S 181 4N'
All 1 1 ions I ui, uiui,, ' ' I' o-.j
I stgnliles that trains stop on signal for pss
'tSewtioaal trains h ave Carbondale tor scran,
to-, , ; ; !' -o 1 ' " scrunton l.ts)
Leave scranton for Carbendnle 8 .Vi and 8.SI
srrlyln. al carbondale at 7 :l(i aud 9.1.', a, m.
ieOOre rates via Ontario a Western before
pni-cliusliik' tickets and save money. Day and
Blhgi Kiprrss 10 tlie West.
J.C. Anderson, Gen. Pass. Agt.
t. VBtorotl, Dlv. Pass, Agt. scranton, Pa.
. .. ...... 4.,h. n,,t Cnnrinv
TMtlE AND WYOMlNll VALLEY RAIL
Train- leave Scranton for Now York nnd In
termediate points on tho Erie railroad at M
a BL and BJM p BL Also for H -inosdale.
llawloy end local points at tl :5. H.4S 11. m , and
11 24 B m.
All the above are through trains to and
AB additional train leaves Scranton for
Luke Ariel at 5.25 p.m. and arrives at Scran
ton from the Lake at 8 40 a 111 aud 7.A p.m.
Trains loavo for Wllkes-llarro at 8.40 a ra.
aad 11 p. m,