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THE SCIlUKTON TEIEUE-TUESDAY MORNING. MAY 20, 1894.
In oonieqnenca of the growing inter
est attaching to the houwbolil ; and
alio lo those larger avenues of mental
and locial activity In which woman is
pursulug nowadays a progressive am)
ft hopeful course, it is going to be the
endeavor of The Tribune to establish
a department where these topics one
receive intelligent treatment. The
ordinary "womsn's page" of the metro
politan nowp ipers is a curious and a
"Do women reud such slush as that?"
I asked recently of a bright Scrautonian
representative of bor sex.
"Yes,"8he replied, "thoy do in de
fault of something better. But you
editors are to blame for it. Give wo
men something ht to read, and thoy
will road it. Tuey have, as it is, to i
content with mere literary shreds and
I am not sure that there not a good
deal in this theory. At ull events, so
far as The Tribune is concerued, it
will experimentally strive to break
nwuy from the puerilities that seem to
usurp first place in nioBt woman's de
partments; ttud if tho rosult is what
we anticipate, h11 concerned will
profit, A letter reached me the other
day whioh contained, as I think, much
sound philosophy. You shall share its
sentiments with me;
Editor ok Tuk Tribune.
Lear Sir: It seems lltting that a sub
ject dnily growing in importance as Ib the
subject of Women's Suffrage should ba
discussed in the nowspapers. Women in
Uuueral are woefully ignorant in politics.
In this city alone ore many women who,
but for the daily newspaper, would never
rend anything, aud who tako no interest
In that beyond the city news and local
articles. Tbey are good housewives, but
outside of carina for their families "fancy
work and gossip" constitute the Buprerae
features of their existence. There are
many women who never read. Toiling in
lifo's treadmill ihoy have no timo nor wisb
to read. They are reached by tho daily
newspapers ns they can be by no oilier
literature through uouringothers tell what
they have been reading. Many women
rMd from choice pernicious literature, yet
they tako some interest In current topics
link skim the Tribune, Truth or Republi
can for such news as thoy core for. These
women might be iulluenced by local
Writer! when such papers as the Voice
and the Union Signal would be barred
These are not pleasant things to say, but
it is as well tu look facts in the face; and
because of those facts the appearauco of
the sermon by Dr. Uobinson, and tho lotter
from the pen of Mrs. Yost in tho columns
of The Thibu.ve, are most assuredly steps
in the right direction, Dr. Robinson truiy
ssys, "It womeu want the ballot they will
have it." Then it behooves women who
are fowarding tbi-i ibovement to make
mighty efforts in behalf of their sisters
who know no more of politics than they
do of Ureek aud Latin; awaken in them un
interest; lead them to inform thomeolveg
iu regard to these thiugs about, which they
nre to be called in question. There are
many educated true-hearted women, cul
tured aud rellned, who have a distaste for
politics. Many who are fervent
Christians believo it would bo wrong for
them to vote. Thorofore it is the duty of
those who believo In equal suffrage to
rreato iu the minds of thee mauy good
and wine women a liking for what they
HOW dislike; Cause those who believe it
la bo wrong to believo it their Christian
duty to vo:e. E lucato the ignorant that
they nv.y vote Intelligently and not pre
sent the pitiable spectacle that so many
men do wuen questioned ubiut their poli
Often it is snid by members of the
Woman's Christian Temperance union
when speaking of some interesting moot
ing or convention, that "it was truly a
representative company of women who
formed ihe assemblage," Not as tho writer
understands the moaning of the word
wero they representatives of women in
ceuernl. Tho Womau's Christian Temper
ance union women ro of more than aver
age intellectual ability; or moro than ordi
nary piety. Their brainpower needs no
defence. They have proved conclusively
that their reasoning faculties are equal to
their brothers'. Onlv their intuition is at
fuult In thinking that all other women,
when they have the ballot, will vote just
as the Woman's Christian Temperance
union does. Ir this roso-colorod hope
could only provo true uo should see a
Htrtto of things tnat would bring the niil
letjium on fleet wings. Then would the
Christian churches stand solidly for total
abstinence, und this consideration alone
would be adequate reason for giving
women the ballot Alas! All women
are not Prohibitionists. Mauy of thorn
would vote for free whisky, and their vote
udded to tho illiterate vote would cuuhb
au ftppolUug condition of things.
Another thing to be thought of is Ihi.t
there are ot'ior questions b-side the gre.it
morul and Christian considerations, just
ns Importiinr, just as ueoesssry to our suc
cess ns a nation, as are those. Aud when
women have acquired this royal preroga
tive they will not bo united iu opinion any
more than are the men at the present
time. There are women today who fer
vently disire the complete suppression of
the liquor traffic nud that Christian prin
ciples shnll piev.iil throughout the land.
Yet they believo it must lie brought about
by educating public sentiment to n higher
standard, by the Christian churches taking
up their imperative duty; and they also
believe that Third Party votos, instead of
helping tho cause of temporance, havo by
tho change so caused in governmental pol
icy wrought disaster and misery to the
whole country. Sincerely,
Ellrn Danforth Hatch.
Charles Theodore Murray, who n
cently visited Scrnnton, and who is a
nephew of Mr. Murray, the Wilkes
Burre furniture dealer, ban a curious
theory that may prove interesting. He
il of the opinion that women love
."lakes, lizards and other horrible rep
tiles which fill men with terror, while
they scream at the sight of a mouse or
a bug. He says tbat if you will pay a
visit to the Clyde pier when one of the
coasters from Florida oomes in with
iti human freight of returning winter
visitors you will find good many
small boxes containing live serpents,
small alligators, chameleons, lizards,
nasty bngs and things of every de
scription. Mr. Murray relates a con
versation with the purser of the Iro
quois, after the latter had attended a
ball at Ferunndina, Fla., a snort time
ago. The belle of the occasion wore a
beautiful live chameleon on hsr
co: ffore. The little creature was an
chored with a gold oable, and must
have been quite proud of his position
in society, lor ha showed all his colors
daring the evening, turned up red and
green uud gold and silver alternately.
This advic of a physician is worthy
of remembrance: 'To keep the color
and general tone of tbe hair it is
necessary to preserve absolute cleanli
ness of tbe sculp This can be done by
occasional washing and frequent
brushing. The washing is of second
ary importance and need not be of tener
than once in two weeks. The brush
ing, and Ibis should be a thorough
friction of the scalp, onght to be a
dully practice, bnt thn brush should
not be harsh nd t ho rubbing process
should be gentle. Koe.i in view that
yon must hive your scalp clean, free
from accumulations, and tbat its con
dition determines the growth and age
of the hair. The hair itself is to ue
treated tenderly, but should, not be
greased nor doctored with stuffs more
fit for lubricatiuur euirines than for nro
inoting the growth of a part of a
mini in oeing. lirusli it, let tho comb
tuko u back seat, and brush it dry, LA
it bauz bahind vour back for iihnnt a
half hour in tbe morning and do not
no it up at uight. if yon follow these
sUKgestions you will not fall short in
keeping tbe growth aud tbe color of
It is tbe saplsnt opinion of the West
Chester News that although "it may
take sixty-eight measurements to con
stitute a beautiful woman, one span
about the waste makes a happy man."
Colonel Cody, better known as Buffalo
la, I, has sensible ideas on the woman
question: "I am iu favor of womou
voting. Why notl Women are de
velcpiug wonderfully just now, aud
can do many tilings which Ihey conldn't
do tweuty years ago. I think it's a
good thing for women to huve some
thing to Occupy their minds, Timas
have changed, and, wheretts, a women
would have been hooted a few
years back if she had dared to work iu
an officii along with a mon, now we
recognize that so long as she does her
work well and is womanly, she is far
better there thun wasting her lima at
home playing with the oat. My wife
doesn't care about voting, but if sh
wanted to I'd lot hor trot right up to
the polls every time."
"Do you think tho majority of wo
men cupable of voting?"
"Yes, quite as much us tho majority
"Then you dou't condemn women's
"Far from it. I'd n good deal rather
feel that my daughter was at a club
along with intellectual ladies than out
with some men. In fact, I think it is
a copitul idea." Aud ia not the colonel
Thero is one woman who J I hope will
soon cease to bother me. That is
Madge Kendal. I am heretical about
Ma'lge. She makes mo tired. Every
place she goOH sho carries along that
silly habit of sloboiing over "her dear,
good, kiud American friends," of
writing letters to managers of local
opera houses telling them how much
sho it pleusod with the generous treat
ment accorded her by Americans; of
working the society racket until it
creaks and groans; of doing acting
that would discredit an amateur, and
iu short of overdoing the loqaucioai,
sentimental, gushing matron role in a
manner that as it constantly courses
through the free advertising columns
of poorly edited Yankoe nowspapers
seems to my Philistine mind painful
and insufferable. Maybe I am ulijust.
But that's how I feel. I am utterly
sick of the Mrs. Kendal fad.
By a now arrangemout The Trib
une is enabled to offer Its readers
any one of tho twenty parts or the
"America" portfolio for ten cents.
All parts aio now ready. This is tho
finest collection of popular photogra
phic viewB in prints. Send stamps
or cash. No coupon is necessary.
We authorize our advertised druggist to
sell Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this
condition. If you are afflicted with a
Cough, Cold, or any Lung, Throat or Chest
trouble, and will uso this remedy as di
rected, giving it a fair trial,and experience
no benefit, you may return the bottle an 1
have your money refunded. We could not
make this offer did wo not know that Dr.
King's New Discovery could bo relied on,
It never disappoints. Trial bottles free nt
Matthew Bros', drug store. Largo size
50c. and il.
"The Face of Rosenfel."
My physician said I could not live, my
liver out of order, frequently vomited
greeDish mucou-, skin vollow, small dry
humors on face, stomach would not rotnin
food. Burdock Blood Bitters euro.) me.
Mrs. Adelaide O'Brien, 1)7.3 Exchange St.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
On Wedmsday of last week the
Dickson Manufacturing plant was the
scene of unusual activity; the immedi
ate cans was tbe casting of a bed
plate that weighs thirty-two tou. It
wus a fine illustration of Dants'e In
ferno If the onlooker couli but imag
ine for tbe time being t bat tbe be
crimed toilers in this hive of industry
wero dwellers of another world. There
was no "uooning" on that day iu this
shop, and all hands were present to as
sist in moving the ladles of molten
metal that went to form the bed plate.
President Dickson, as well as a score
of ladies, viewed the operation from
tho north side of tho large room whers
the casting was made; on other sides
were many citizens anxious to witness
so gigantic an operation. Up near the
roof wore stationed seqtinels who gave
the signal to begin pouring the liquid
metul into the long mould of sand;
immediately n white stream was seen
to movs from the huge ladles and
gradually fill the mould of sand Ev
erybody was nn Ihe tip toe of expeuta
tion lest possibly the ousting might
haves flaw, but wiien the superintend
ent announced that the casting was
successfully accomplished, all joined
iu a lusty shout of approval.
The Lehigh Valley enginoors have
mudo a survey from Tomhicken to Nes
copeck on the Susquehanna river. It
is tbe pnrposo of the Lihigh Valley to
extend its lines from Toinhicksn to the
Su quehiinna and graou uly push north
ward. The new company will b
known as the Lehigh and Northern,
operating under a charter granted to
E N. Frisbie, who built tbe Schuylkill
and Lehigh or Lizirl Creek brunch.
E P. Wilbur will hold one-third of the
stock in trust for the Lehigh Valley
ltailrond company, the balance will be
held by tho Valley ofibials. The pro
posed lino will also eonuect with the
main Una of th Lehigh Valley at
Wiiite Havon. The route was surveyed
eighteen mouths ngo. Wilkos-Barre
Commissioner Goddard,of the Trunk
Line nsdoeUliou, is authority for the
statement made that the cut rate in
lake und rail freights will ba with
drawn and the old rate of 15 csnti re
established on June 7. These rates
come within the jurisdiction of the
Trunk line association, and the organi
zation has been instrumental in bring
ing about the result. The commis
sioner suys that the west bound pas
senger rates are being well maintained
by all interests, L.high Valley in
cluded. This company did not receive
an increase iu percentage of westbound
passenger bu-ineas, as erroneously re
ported sometime ago, in consideration
of a withdrawal of its oul-rates tickots
from the market. The question of an
increased percentage was raised but
has not yet been disposed of.
The condition of Dodson & Co.'s
Moreu colliery, which was Hooded last
week by the bursting of the dams at
New Boston, is much worse than was
ut first supposed and will require much
more time than that given in the orig
inal estimate to put it in eondition for
work nziuu. lwo pumps have been re
moved from Now Boston colliery and
put iu service in thu slope, aud in addi
tion to these two gunboats ure going
day and night hoiBting water. It is as
ti m il 'u now that tho water will not be
all removed before the latter purt of
August or tho first part of September.
W. P. Holbert will know in a few
weeks whethtr he owns a coal mine or
ju.it a small vein of the bluck dia
monds. Mr. Holbert owns a large
farm at Equinunk, aud last fall a vein
of anthrucite coal wes discovered. This
week a test bole is to be put down with
a view of finding out whether or not
coal exists in quantities large onoagh
to pay lor sinking a shaft, ine Scran
ton minors who are to put down the
test hole state that the outlook for u
big kiud of coal is exceediugly good.
Tho figures for tho production of
several collides in tbe neighborhood of
Wilkes-Burre for the year to date are
us follows: New Hollenbeck, 20,026
tons; Empire, 41.070; South Wilkes
Barre. 00.780; Stanton. 01,000; New
Jersey, 17.0.77; Sugar Notch, 34,178;
Lance, o5,7D2; Nottingham, B4,840;
Reynolds, 27,478; Wanamir, 30,244;
Parish Coal rouiDiny, Plymouth, 28,
081; M.iffet, 21,118; Bonnet, 23,887; Al
den. 23; tted Ah, 52,145; Newport,
13.620; Kidder Coal ccmpouy, 14.730;
Pennsylvania Coal company, 1,485,
Delaware and Hudson Canal company,
Plymouth, 1.101; Boston, 658-totul,
Tbe big washout on the Pennsyl
vania railroad at Connmaugh affords,
says the Philadelphia Tinies.an admir
able illustration of bow such casualties
are dealt with by great rsilroad sys
terns. Although the washout came
suddenly it was anticipated several
hours ahead by tho officials and eveu
before the trestling bad been swept
away preparations for its repair had
already been begun. As eurly as Sun
day afternoon the trackwalkers nt
Conemaugh began to advise the gen
oral superintendent at Altoonu and the
division superintendent at Pittsburg
that thslirrr wns riuing and that, if it
continued, would eudanger tho trestling,
Thus the superintendent were kept iu
close communication with the stute of
affairs at Conemaugh und held them
selves In readiness to bo governed ac
cordingly. It was not mnny seconds
after the structure wns curried away
that the officials know the fact and
then the first difliculty to be adjusted
was getting trains through ami tbe
handling of mails. In this instance the
Pennsylvania railroad laid the matter
before its competitor, tho Baltimore
and Ohio.and was granted the use of the
latter' lino until the breach could
be repaired, When this difficulty
was settled tho next step was to
deal with tbe breach. The snperiu
tendent of tbe Pennsylvania railroud
accordingly made requisition on the
home division superintendents of the
Fort Wajfne, Panhandle and West
Penn roads for men and material. They
in tnrn culled on their chief mainten
ance of way engineer, who ugain draft
ed in all the supervisors of the division
and called for building material, and in
scarcely less time than it takes to write
it trains were on tbeir way to the scenw
of tbe washout currying timber and
workmen. By this admirable system
of railroad management, by which
every man has a certain work to do
and does it without delay, wrecks are
cleared and tracks are laid with a rapi
dity that is marvelous.
Western railroad presidents have
unanimously agreed upon an advance
in freight rates. The agreement cov
ers the entire territory now onder the
jurisdiction of the Western Freight,
Southwestern Trsffb and Trans-Missouri
Freight associations. It pro
vide! tor the advance of all rates not
later than May 21, und thereafter for
their absolute maintenance until due
notice is given. It makes of the new
association, nt least on paper, the
strongest instrument in existenco for
the maintenance of rates. The entire
responsibility for the maintenance of
Western rates 1b on the shoulders of
A queer thing In mechanicil ingenu
ity is exhibited by William Wallace,
foreman of the Erie pattern shops at
Susquehanna, in tbe form of a minia
ture locomotive, every part of wood,
standing 11 8-10 inches to the top of
the stack and 31 inches from nose of
pilot to end of cab. This little engine
was ordered by the company, to be an
exact reproduction, on a smaller scale,
of pusseuger locomotive No. 328. now
running on the Erie's Suiquehanna
division. Every pipe anil rod, some
not larger than u strand of linen
thread, is thero in proper position,' and
every moving part of the original loco
motive is reproduced and works as it
should when the model moves aloagon
the trucks. The reverse lever and
backward and forward motion is even
there, and the little 328 can be "han
dled" exactly as her big prototype.
Tue model will, in a few days, be for
warded to the Erie headquarters at
One dime gets one port of tho beautiful
"America" portfolio. Twenty dimes got
twenty parts. No coupon necessary.
They're too bothersome. Stamps or cash.
N. A. HULBERT'3
City Musio Store,
wxojima avb.. bcrakto
lAKAMou & BACK
W17JUXZ a BAUKU
41k. a large stock of Ant-elan
MUSICAL MKitl ll WIHSli
ftlllSlO, UTU. iitiX
Coal of thn bast quality for domestic ase,snd
cf all n7.es. delivered m any part of the city
at lowest price.
Orders left at my office,
NO. 118, WYOMING A VKNT7R,
Roar room, first floor, Thir l National Bank,
or sent by ni.il or telephone to the mine, will
receive prompt attention.
Special contracts will ba mado for the aaie
and dollvery of Buckwheat CoaL
WM. T. SMITH.
Maloney Oil and Manufac
Have removed their office to their
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HENRY BELIN, Jr,
General Agent for the Wyoming District.
Ill Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa.
Third National Bank Buildio
THOfl. FORD, Pittston. Pa,
JOHN B SMITH & SON; Plymouth. Pa,
E. W. MULLIGAN, Wilkes-finrre. Pa.
Agents for the Itopauno Chemloal Corn
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We also handle the Famous CROWN
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Office: Coal Exchange, Wyoming Av
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T)lt. A. J. CORNELL, Officii ail WuehinKtoa
fr,r)!,I1U5 cornor SF"1 rtlMl ovar
riujcke a drua utorci Renldeuca, W Vino st.
U)?ciSr": 'ut0.li'- . ad I to auu
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.YH 2.8) evouinge at residonce. A
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and Nurserymen; storo 14(1 Washington
avenue; green liouse,l.iiJ North Main avenue-
OKANI) I NioN iKA CO.. Jones Uroa
M IKE RCnSI Ns.
TOR KUETTKU M Lackawanna avoniw.
?' Scranton. Pa.. roaaaTr ot Wire Scwns
HOTELS ANI RESTAUKANT-'.
THE WESTVINMTEK, 317-lil.i Wyoming
A ave. Rooms heated with steam: all mod
crn Improvements. C. M. TwuMAirProii.
rpUE ELK CAFE, la and 127 Franklin ave
-L nue. Rates reasonable.
; P. ZiEomn. Proprlstor.
W. O. KCHENCH Manager
blxleonth street, ono block east of llroadwav
f 'nl.ii, tmi... V. .. V .
JrlcanpJan. JiluO par daand upward.
pOYNE UOUbE. Euronoan phrn; ooj
rooms. Open day and nigBt Bar sup
plied with the best.
P. H. COYNE. Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE, near D L. W pas
senger depot Conducted on thn European
I'lan. Vicpoh Kocu. Proprietor.
GUAND Ch.N'TliAL. iu,, iargut"abil"i3s:
equipped hotel in AUuntown, Pa.; raiei
t- and Jiafl pr day.
ViCTon D. BAnNER, Proprietor.
A ItCH 1TECTS.
DAVIH A HOUPT, Architects. Itoo7ns2i:
26 and 3H Cmmnonwealth o ld's. Si'ranton
p L. WALTER, Architect Library buiid
I J Ing. Wyoming avenue. Scranton.
? U BBOWX. An-h B. Architect Price
I bnlldlng.iaj W ashlngton Ave., Scranton.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA - MUHIO FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dings and concert work fnrnlshod. For torms
sdureffl R. J. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyoming
ave.. over Hulbert's music store.
HORTON D. VAKTSWHOLESALK
lumber, b and Dime Bank building.
MKOAROEE BROTHERS; PRINTER3'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouso. 180 Washington ave., Scranton.
LoOTE'S LIVERY. IM Capouse avenue.
JT First clssi caniagos. D. L. FOOTE, Agt
Funorsl Director and Kmbalmcr.
T7RANK P. BROWN A CO.. WHOLE
r sale dealers In Woodware, Cordage and
Oli Cloth, HO W. Lackawanna avenue.
IZUA I'lNN .t bUNS, bufl.lers and contrac
J tors. Ynrds: Corner Olive st and Adams
ave. ; corner Ash st and Penn ave., Scrantoa
IS THE BEST. Oet prices tnd
im tb furnace and be eon
tinoed. A full linn of HEAT
ERS, Apptllo and Gauz Door
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CQ
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA.. MANUFACTURERS
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers.
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Office, SCRANTON. PA.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF I J.
LEMIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
AntUraolte coal usod exclusively, Insuring
cleanliness and comfort
TIUK TABLE IN Ibvtrt MAY 20, IBM.
Trains leave Scranton for Pittston, Wilkes.
Bsrro, etc., at 8.sn, 8.16, U.30 a. m., ia.GO 2M.
Leu 2.10, 7.10 p. m.
For Ailantlo Clty, 8.S0 a. m.
For New York, Newark and Elizabeth, 6.30
(oxoress) a. m 12.30 (exproas with BufTet
parlor car;, U.30 (oxprem) p. m. Sunday, 2. U
p. m. "
i.2"rA.!rc C5V.NK' Allektown. Bbtuh
Rf rt9S.B I'UILADELPIIIA, 8.20 a. m..
Smllt'8100 W) p. nt
ihifc? ocka gbovei otc- i
For HeadingLubanon and Harrlsburg, via
tp. m' 6'' p'm' 8u"dar.
For Pottsvllle, 8.20 a. m 12.60 p. m.
.ill ."rvnS'.leavo Now Yor- 't of Liberty
f lo rin rlver' '"' (sxpress) a. m..
i"!1"";," (xPr" with Bullet parlor car)
p. m. Sunday, 4.311 a. m
. m 7TTV1J!hU' "oadlng Terminal, B.0J
a. ni., UO and if p. m. Sunday, 8.27 a. ir
IhroiiKh tickots to all points at lowest rates
may bo had on application in advance to the
ticket agent at the station.
EL P. BALDWIN,
J. H. OLHAUREK. U-'U- 1ftS3 Ag0at
DELAWARE AND HUD
Commencing May 20, 1832.
trains will run as follows:
Trains loavo Bridge Btreet
Station. Scranton, for Pitts
ton, WilkoR-Darre, etc., 8.110,
U.07, 0 37, 10.42 a. m.. h.10,
1,25. 2.;i8, 4.10, 5.16, 6.15, 0.13
and 11.33 p. m.
For New York andPhlla-
... ... j ., uo,P"'ai wa. m, 12-iu, iz,
2-38. 4.18 and 11.80 p. m.
For Honesdale (from Delaware, Lackawanna
and wostnrn depot), 7.00, 8.30, 10.10 u.m ISoJ
ta 2. 17, 6. 10 p. m.
for Carbondale and Intermediate stations
6.40, 7.00, S.30, 10.10 a. m., 12.00 m.,2.17. 8.2i,61IL
e 211 and 0 33 p. m.; irom Bridge Stroot Dtnot
2.KI a. m 2.17und 11 3S p. m.
Fast express to Albany, Saratoga, tbe Adi
rondack Mountains, Uoston and New England
points. 5.40 a iu.. arriving ut Albany 1245.
Saratoga 2.20 p. in., and leavlut Sciauton at
p. in., arriving at Albany at 4.51' p. m,, Sara
toga, 12.55 a. in . and Boston, 7.0) il m.
The only direct route betwocntho coal Holds
and Boston. "The Leading Tourists' Rout
of America" to tho Adirondack Mountain re
sorts, Lakes Qeorge and Champlaln, Montreal,
Timo tables showing ldfcal and through train
sorvico between stations on all divisions Dela
ware ami Hudsou system, may be obtained at
all Delaware and Hudson ticket ohVe$
U. O. YOUNli, J. W. BURDICK,
-Second Vice Presldont Qen. Pass. Airt
.VAV 13. 18D4
Train leaves Scranton for Philadelphia an4
Now York vix D. & H. B U. at 8 a.m.. 12.10,
2.3S and 11.35 p. m via D., L. & W. R. R., 6 00,
8.08.11.20n. m.. and 1.3) p. m.
Leave Scranton for Pittston and Wllbss
Bairo viaD.. L St W. It. R., 0.00. aOS, 11.2)
a. in, 1.80, B.6U 6.07. U.,0 p. m.
Leave Scranton for White Haven, Hazleton,
Pottsvllle and all points on tho Beaver
Meadow and Pottsville branches, via E. tc W.
V.. 6 40 :i.m., v:a D. & IL R. R. at 8 a.m., 12.10,
2.38, 4 10 p.m., via D., L. & W. R. It., 0.00, 8,03.
11.20 a.m.. 1.30, 3.60 p.in.
Leave Scranton for Bethlehem. Boston,
Heading, Hurrisburg and all intermedial
poinU via D. & H. K. R., 8 a.m.. 12.10. 2.38, 11.35
p.m., via D L. tc W. H. R.,6.00,8.08. 11.20 a. m..
Leave Scranton forTunkhannock, Towandi,
Elmira, Ithaoa, Ooneva and all internvidlitj
points via D. &H R B.,9.07 a.m.. 12 10 and 11.35
p. in., via D. L. 44 W. R R.. 8.01 a.m., 1.30 p ra.
Leave Scranton for Rochester, lluffalo. Ni
agara Falls, Detroit. Chicago and all point
west via D. & H. R. R., 9.07 :'.m.,12.10,n.5.1l.8j
p. m., via D. L. & W. R. R. and Pittston
Junction. 8.08 a.m., 1.30, S ou p. m.. via E. & W.
l; iv.. 3.41 p. in.
For Elmira and the wost via SaUmanov, via
H .V H. K. R. 9.07 a.m., I2.10.ti.i5 p. m., via D..
L. & W. K.It, ,808 a.m.. l.:ll) and 0.07 p. m.
Pullman parlor and fllooplnc or L. V. chair
cars on all trains between L & B. Junction or
Wilkes-Barre and New York, Philadelphia,
Buffalo and Suspension Bridge.
HOLLIN H. WILEUR. Gon. Supt. East Div.
CHAS. S. L HE. G in. Pass. Ag t, Phlla ,P.
A. W.NONNEMACHER.Ass't Oan.Pass. Ag't
South Be'hlkem. Pa.
lELAW. Uli, LACKAWANNA
XJ WHBTSHH RAILROAD
Trains lenvu Scranton as follows: Express
for Now York and aJ. points Enst. 1.10, 2.50,
6.15, 8.00 and ll.5u a. m. ; 12 6i nnd 3.50 p. m
Express tor Eos ton, Trenton. Philadelphia
ami tho South, 515, COO and 0.5 1 a. m.; 12.55
and 3.50 p. ni.
Washington nnd way stations, 3.53 p. m.
Tobyhahna accommodation, 0.10 p. m.
Expr ss for Bingbamton, Oswego, Elmira,
Coining, Hath. Dansville, Mount Morris and
Buffalo, 12.10. 2 15 a. m. and 1.24 p. in., making
clo80 connections at Buffalo to all points in tha
West, Northwest and Southwest
Baih accommodation. ! a m.
Bingbamton and way stations, 12.37 p. m,
Nicuol ou uccomiuodal.on, a. 4 p. m. and
O.M p. m.
Bingbamton and Elmira Express, 6 05 p, m.
Express for Cortland, Syracuse Oswogo,
Utlca and Richfield Springs, 215 a. m. and 1.21
Itliac.i, 2.15 and Bulb : a ra. and 124 p. m
For Northumberland, Pittston, Wilkcs-I'rtrrn,
Plymouth, Bloonisburg and Danville, making
closo connections at Northumberland for
Williamsport Harrlsburg, Baltimore, Wash
ington aud the South.
Northumberland -md intermediate stations,
6 0u. KM a. m. and 1.30 aud 6-07 p. m.
Naiitlcofo ana intermediate, stations, 8.0J
and 11.20 a. m Plymouth aud lntormodiatj
stations, 8..Viand 8.5.' p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on all
For detailed information, pocket tira tallies,
etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city ticket oftic:
32s Lackawannaavcuue, or depot tickot olQca.
( HATlN KIVI-ION.
In F.fict Junnart SStb, iv.H.
02 'Jil t 90S
P.M M i t ruins uauy, itx- j
ip5 ccpt Sunday. ) r H
a i -,. , -.... - n j i o i
r 45 N. Y. Frankl
I .... .... 788
.... .... 7i
.... .... 800
' . . . . P M
On i, .... 2 OS
il W .... 811
6 18 .... 2 24
II 251 .... 2 31
632 .... 241
04 .... 2 6:1
6 45 .... 2 BS
0 55 .... 3 Oil
10 68 .... 8 09
710 a 3 19
7 24 1 9 45 8 .14
7 27 9 48 13 39
I. M t!l -VI M 48
7 31, 9 56 8 48
7 40 10 0213 61
7 1 3 10 05 3 IA
7 48 10 10 S 5
7 59 10 15 4 04
7 IM 10 17 4 CT
7 56 10 90 4 10
8 00110 21 4 14
8 09,10 s: 417
8 0510 80 4 n
A HA M r M
7 00 Wochawkvn
r xlArrlve Lei
car bondu :e
M. ii In Id
5 31 1 1 4-1
'5 27 (1140
1 2im n
5 I I
All trains run dally except Sunday,
t aiguilles tbat tralus stop ou signal tor pas.
Additional trains leave Carbondale tor soran.
ton l.io aud 0.15 p. in , arriving at Scranton LSI
Leave scranton for Carbondale 6.50 and 8.S0
arriving at carbnnd&lo at 7.SC and 9.16 p. m.
hccurc rates via Ontario a Western befort
Sra-chaslng tickets and gave money. Day and
llbgt Eiprcss to the West.
J.C. Anderson, Oen. pass. Agt
f . Vtttorott, Div. pass, Agt. scion too, Fa,
ERIE AND WYoMIHO VALLEY KAIL
Trains leave Scranton for Now York and In
termediate points en the Erio railroad at 6.3
m. and H.24 p. m. Also for Honesdale,
Hawley and local points at 6 35, 9.45 a. m . and
All tho above are through trains to and
An additional train leaves Sennit m for
Lake Ariel at 6.25 p.m. and arrives nt Si'ran
ton from the Lake st 8 40 a m and 7.35 p.m.
Trains leave for Wllkes-Barre at S.40 a m.
and 8.41 p. m.