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THE SCHANTON THIBTTNE FRIDAY. MOKNTNTI. OCTOBER , 25, 1893.
124-126 Wyoming Ave.
A prreat opportunity for ladies wish
ing Imported Pattern Hats at less
thai) cost of material. To convince the
people of ("eranton of the character of
Trimmed Millinery we handle, we
oiler for the uext ten days all Import
ed Trimmed Hats, of every descrip
tion, at per cent. ditteotiut from
marked prices. Kverythinjr marked
In plain figures. This is a chance of a
lifetime; so don't miss it. A few
eicials in our Millinery Department :
100 Cloth Itob Koy Caps, Lead
er's price J 5c
200 extra quality Flanuel Tam
O'Sliauter, worth tii)c, Lead
er's price 3Gc.
100 Trimmed Sailors, new shape
crowns, worth $1.00, Leader's
price .. 73c.
200 Ladies' and Misses' Trimmed
Hats, worth $3.00, Leader's
CLOAKS, CAPES AND FURS.
We oiler for today threo specials that
we regard as the best values we have
No. 1 -Double Beaver Capes,
trimmed in three rows of
braid, made of good material,
worth fl.To, Lender's price $2.05)
"So. 2 Wool Heaver Jackets,
mellow sleeve, cut in very
latest stvle, all sizes from iiL'to
44, worth f3.50, Leader's price $1.4S
Jfo. 8 Black Coney Fur Cape',
sat n litied, 30 inches lomr.full
sweep, all sizes, worth $U.O0,
Leader's price $S.4J)
We herewith call your attention to
some specials that we offer at prices
that will sell themselves in a jitl'y:
lj Meu's Heavy Merino Un
dershirts, Leader's price 39c.
73 Ladies' Fine Wool Vests, In
red, natural and pray, slight
ly soiled, worth $1.25, Lead
er's price - 69c.
9 4 Unbleached Sheeting, worth
16c, Leader's price l'2Jc.
25 Bed Comforts, large size,
made of oil red priuts, worth
05c , Leader's price . 49c.
250 large size Bed Comforts, best
white cotton filling, Leader's
price IKSc. $1.23, $1.48
All wool 11-4 Blankets, worth
1(3.75, Leader's price $2.98
It would take this entire paper to
tell of the many special values we are
offering. All we ask is to inspect our
large stock and we guarantee to jilease
vou iu quality and price. Kindly
bear in mind we cheerfully refund
purchase money when you desire.
LEBECK & COR IN
Another Day of Interesting Papers and
Yesterday mornlns a big audience
assembled at ithe Grand opera house
to hear the day's addresses on the
science of teaching. .After the invoca
tion by Hew Dr. Mills, the work of the
day began at once with a talk by Pro
fessor Phillips. 'His subject was "Old
Earth," and In speaking on this inter
esting theme h said hat Columbus
n-oa nnt tho first to advance the Idea
that the earth was round. 'Professor
Phillips, In his address, spoke oi ine
trouble which existed between the col
onies of 'Pennsylvania and 'Maryland,
and of Its settlement by the establish
ment of Mason and Pixsvn's line. He
described the line and the stones which
mark It, and the method adopted by
Mason and Dixon to ascertain the cir
cumference of the earth. He said this
was the only Instance in America,
tvhf.ro a dee-ree had been actually
measured. The weight of the earth ap
pears to be more difficult to ascertain
-than the circumference. The earth
was first weighed In Scotland more
than one hundred years ago. The first
thing they did wan to weigh the moun
tains. This they ld by finding out the
avenagw weight of each cubic foot, and
by mathematical calculation the
wtlght of the entire mountain was ob
tained, iny use of the stars, their dis
tances, etc., they managed to find out
just how many tons old earth weighed.
The earth weighs six sextllHons of
tons. It Is the heaviest of all the
heavenly bodies except iMercury. You
Tiavn been taught that the outside of
this earth Is a crust and the Interior
a mass of molten matter. lUate oDser
votlons go to prove that this Is not true.
Th earth ht nolld. Ww based our
theory on the fact that the deeper
we bored Into the earth, the hotter It
.becomes, and that If we could go to the
depth of fifty miles we would find ilt
melted matter, it this were true, the
moon would cause tides In tnis molten
matter, and twice each day there would
e huge waves coming from one side
of the earth to the other, beneath our
feet. Volcanoes and earthquakes are
the result of pockets of melted matter,
and are due to the shrinkage of the
earth. The earth is contl.nually losing
Its heat and therefore shrinking, and
the earthquakes and volcanoes are due
to that fact.
Professor Kemp, the vice president of
the fitroudsburg State Normal school,
then spoke on "Attention." A person's
mental strength 1s known by his abil
ity to. be attentive and he cited the
case of Edison, who was married at
noon and was working lat 11 o'clock
that night. The effectiveness of work
depends upon the degree of attention
we can command from our pupils. The
weather has a great deal to do with at
tention. On a dark, gloomy day we
cannot work as diligently as on a
bright, sunshiny day. The condition
of the room Is another consideration.
Some days In the winter when boys
and girls who are troubled with cough
ing, colds, headaches, etc., you can't
expect attention. Sometimes the light
Is poor and sometimes pupils are near
sighted, and as a result they cannot
ee wtiot la placed on the board, al
though from a feeling of personal pride
they tell us that they can. A great deal
of the success of teaching Is knowing
Just to what the pupils are adapted.
Novelty In our work does not always
mean putting new things before the
pupil. The oldest things are often the
newest. To the genuine scholar the
noun Is novel. A great deal of time Is
waited In reviews, they are a good
thing, but they must be pursued in the
same old way. A poor teacher loses his
power Because nis worm aims at noth
ing. Every teacher who cannot 1m
mrt a sens of mastery has no mace in
(JM school room. H strongly reo-
ommended 'teachers making notes of
each day's work with which to Keep up
the interest of their pupils.
Deputy superintendent nvnry
. i maA nt hia necullnrly
IlUUL-n, uicii u.nuv vi.v w . "
entertaining addresses. He confined
himself to no one 'Dranen, uui in
of one thing and another, always keep
ing up the interest. 'His talk was de-
,1 . n .. a I ..n 1 unit mtlllV ft f his BUg-
gentians were most useful and ex
The audience then sang Home,
Sweet Home," after which Judge Dra
per addressed the teachers on "Man
agement in the School." Among other
things Mr. Draper said that the end
and object of the public school Is In-
utninHriii In mtrnlfl nu well fl9 In Other
things, instruction should be vital. I
draw a distinction Deiween uiwii'iiut
and management. Discipline follows
...tiliL. m unn cram otvl nntlcltla.teS It.
Corporal punishment is not inflicted
once now where thirty years ago u wa
Inflicted one luinureu times, iwium
Instruction can be given the child must
ha i.r.i.n.hf tntn t,nchnble relationship
with the teacher. That's management.
The children ought to feel iree una at
home in the school room. Mill'tary dis
cipline in the school. Is all nonsense.
The children will feel more at home If
there Is not undue limitation to free
dom of action. If the teacher hns no
affection for the child, the latter soon
tnnmu if flml roaontu It. The HtlCCeSS
of school work largely depends upon
inspiration, iwe are not ourselves sui
ficlently versed In the literature or hls-
tttfv ,,! nttr. mnntrv 'In IVtltlt nut 'hlirll
ideals. You cannot hold a school down.
Corporal punishment In the older days
did much to roster rebellion, out mere
was authority len I ml it.
Proceedings of tho Annunl Session of the
Sen not IHrectors.
The directors' .meeting was held yes
terday morning In the Orphans' court
room at 10 o'clock, and was presided
over by J. C. Opp, of Plymouth. Sec
retary W. I. Hlbbs opened the discus
pion on school libraries, and advocated
the establishment of such libraries.
even though they be commenced with
but half a doxen books. The last leg
islature passed a bill granting the
right to school boards to levy an addi
tional tax of one mill for the purchase
of books for .public school, and the di
rectors this morning thought It a wise
provision. The chairman read the law
and explained Its provisions, saying
in addition that it was scarcely neces
sary to discuss the need 'of school li
braries, and urged the directors to take
advantage of the law. flood health
ful, Instructive books should be provid
ed 'for pupils to tuke the place of the
poisonous literature which they fre
quently obtain. He said that one of his
teachers had taken away from one of
her pupils, the most damnable book
he ever saw.
'Mr. Heikes said that there was a
point In connection with the establish
ment of a library, anil that Is that di
rectors must exert themselves in the
O. L. Halsey. esq., said that the di
rectors are all anxious to surround the
pupils with good books, and believed
that the best way to proceed would
be to refer the matter to a committee
to report at the next annual meeting
Superintendent Dewey, of Newport.
said that an excellent library had been
established there, and Professor
Hobbs, of Ashley, said that the direc
tors should discus what kind of books
should be selected.
A resolution was offered that a com
mittee of three be appointed to draw
up a plan for the establishment of a
library, and submit it at the next tnee-
Ing. D. (L. Davis. O. L. Halsey and W.
I. Hibbs were appointed.
W. I. Hlbbs then delivered an ex
cellent address on "Hetter Tenure of
Office for the Teachers." and D. J.
McCarthy violently denounced the di
rectors who turned out teachers be
cuse of a difference In their religious
beliefs, and those directors who de
manded bribes for their votes. Profes
sor Shlel, of PIKston, said there was
no greater evil than this continual
changing of teacher Ha 'believed
teachers should be employed for a
larger period than one year, and sup
plemented his remarks with excellent
reasons for so doing. A resolution was
offered that five directors be selected
to represent Luzerne county at the
state tneeMng of directors to be held
In HarriEburg about Jan. 1. and a
member asked where the finances were
M come from. D. Trimmer replied
that he thought there were five men
who were willing to ipay their own ex
penses, J. A. opp, of Plymouth; Dr.
Trimmer, of White Haven; D. J. Mc
Carthy, of Fretlonil; J. V. Rratler. of
Nantlcoke; C. 11. Foster, of West Pitts
ton. The following directors were pres
ent: S. W. Trimmer. White Haven: J. J.
Raker, Jr., White Haven; James Jones,
Yatesvllle; T). I... Davis, Kdwardsvllle;
D. J. Thomas, Edwardsville; J. D. Per
rego, Kingston; James . Coughlln,
Kingston; James Klrkend'tll, Klnston;
James Cahalan, Kingston; Charles
Connors, Kinston; Charles V. Burton.
Foster township; Walter I.. Richards,
Foster township; W. S. Jacobs. Wyo
ming; C. Bach, Kingston; William
Rogers, Ed. Barber, Plymouth town
ship; John iM. Derr. Plains, Patrick
MoOuIre, WlUlam Durkln, John T.
Conway. Sugar Notch; D. K. Lanills,
Rlack Creek: O. W. Meneeley, Foster;
C. M. Cragle, Hunlock: Dr. C. K.
Moore, Newport; R. D. Orcnawstt. If.
H. 'Hughes, John J. 'Mackln, Hanover;
Ed. Barrett, Newport; fieorge E. Fnn
court, Dorranceton; peter (Julnn,
WIlkesJBarre township; H. J. Seeley,
All the Trees Gone.
In the work of curbing and asphalting
Northampton street, between Main an'd
Otnal, It became necessary to cut down
all the trees, and consequently that
street to now nt6r;ly treeless, giving (t
a barren appearance that is extremely
cheerless. The Bsphaltlng progress.
very sKiwly, 'but the Improvement will
be welcomed wlwn complotcd. Nop'.ih
aimpton street has been for years one of
the worst In the city with its uneven
Horn, to Mr. and iMrs. John Evans, of
Main street, a son.
Thomas E. Williams, of the Flats, 'Is
Vlrltlng his daughter In Forest City.
The following programme will be
given In the Calvary Baptist churclh
by the Young People's society Ithls
evenlnf at their meeting! Recitation,
Miss LIszle Jenkins: solo, Miss Sarah
Samuels; solo, Miss Sadie Dsvls: lMth
Psalms. Miss iHar.rlctta Harris; recita
tion, Mary Jano Revan; solo, Master
David O. iHowells: quartette, 'Miss Nel
lie Taylor and party; recitation, 'Miss
The condition of Walter Williams, of
liarbertown, wiho was seriously Injured
by a fall of rock In the Pyne mines
on Wednesday, is not so dnngerous as
was at first supposed, and it Is now
though he will recover.
Tonight the board of trade will meet
In the Price 'Library hall.
Messrs. Gllbralth and McMurtrle, of
Mooslo, were visitors here last even
ing. WONDERFUL are the cures ocooin
pllshed by Hood's Sarsaparllla and yet It
is only because Hood's Aarsaparllla, the
one true blood purifier, makes pure, rich,
HOOD'S PILLS for the liver and bow
elB act easily, yet promptly and effi
"Oot any little Job of work, ma'am,"
Inaulred the dusty pilgrim at the back
door, "that I can do to earn a bite of
"You've often asked me for cold vic
tuals," replied the woman in surprise,
"tout this is the first time you ever asked
me ror worn.
fully, "I'm on my vacation," Chicago
THE WORLD OF BUSINESS
STOCKS AND BOXDS.
New York, Oct. 21. There was an In
crease Iu the volume of business at the
Stuck Exchange, but the activity was at
the expense of values. The room traders
and professional operators were general
ly arrayed on the beur side of the ac
count and the short interest was material
ly Increased. Tho rise 111 exchange re
vived the discussion about gold shipments
und tho beurs wero quite confident that
shipments will be resumed shortly. Man
hattan dropped 2Vi. Tennesse Coal and
Iron broke 2, Missouri Paclllc declined 1,
Louisville and Nuxhvlllo 1-V In the In
dustrials Sugar was feverish, closing at
HO. Chlengo Oas ruled steady at 8'A.
General Electric, Distillers and Lead were
nil lower, the decline ranging from to
1 per cent. In the last hour there were
Indications of weakness In the sterling ex
change market, and the market becamo
tinner. Prices rallied to m, except in
the case of Manhattan, which continued
heavy. The murket left oft somewhnt
firmer. Net changes in tho uctlvo stocks
show losses of 'Aa'J. Sales aggregated
Tho range of today's prices for the ac
tive stocks of the New York stock mar
ket nro given below. Tho quotations are
furnished Tho Tribune by ti. du H. Dlm
nilek, nianauur for William Linn, Allen i
Co.. stock brokers, 412 Spruce street,
Op'n- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. lug.
Am. Tobacco Co KM :i'!i M
Am. 8uar Re'g Co.lW.1, UT.Ni HU- I'i
Atch., To. & 8. Fc... 2
Can. South .WS. ST.' &M4 f''4
Ches. & Ohio K W'i W 1 a
Chicago Oas CSH KS's W'a '--
Chlo. N. W bWli llMi l 1,1,1
Chic, 1), & ti K K K."' hT.'i;
C. C. C. & St. L l:"i K3 -tHti 1
Chic, Mil. & 8t. P... 70 V 7"'1
Chic. R. I. & P... W 7" 7",
Pel. r Miiason 1.11' !." i"-'4
1. L. & W 1'W J "''i
Tilot P. V 2.Pi 2!4 3
(ien. Electric W'a fci'j S'.B-G !W
111. Cent W v w w
Lake Shore KiMi 15'i IM liitS-6
Louis. & Nash W- &''
M. K. & Texas Iii'i 1'!' l'i'i
Manhnttan Ele 1U7' 107j lur. lav.
Mo. Paclllc Jl', 34'i 33' 4 XW
Nat. Conlage 774 7T 7i 7i
Nat. Lead S3 S:PJ 82 33
N. J. Central 1H( 1104 ip4 nu-'i
N. Y. Central l.)'a It, bn'i 10l'
N. Y., L. K. A V.. 13 13-S, 13-S
N. Y., H. A W 12'4 124 I-"i
N. Y.. S. A W. Fr... 31 31 S3', 33'i
out. A West 17H 17H 17S 17'j
Pae. Mall -Vt 27', '.NtJ
I'hll. A Keail 19". !! IS
Southern It. R 11V 114 114 11N
Tnn.. C. A 1 10', 40S 3'J'Si
Tex. Paclllc HI 10 t", 10
Vnlon Pacific 13'i 13H 13 13
Wabash K H'4 ',
Wabash. Pr 21 S 21 2l'j
West. I'nlon 9tU d'ii " 914
W. 1. 14", ir, H IIS
C. 8. Leather 11 14 134 11
1'. 8. Leather, Pr.... 70', 77'i 7(i's 77i
CHICAGO BOARD OK TRADR PHICE3.
Open- High- Low- Clos
WHEAT. ln. est est. Ing.
December t'4 fil'i ft", 1 i
May Clri 6")'i 614 6-',
December Pi 1K54 11"i 14
Miiy 20, 2Ts 204 20'i
December 2i 2S4 21'i 2S'i
May 29'i 2)K 29'4
January B.71 f.72 5.70 B.72
M.iy 6.87 D.W E.S7 8.W
nary ? f Tt 9.f ft 2".
May 9.-j 9."3 9.:i"
Scrnnton Hoard of Trajj l.xchanso Olio
tntlons-Alt Quotations llascd on 1'ar
of 1 00.
Name. Bid. Aske l.
Creen Uidife Lumber Co 110
Dime Dep. A l)l. Hank 130
Scran ton Lace Cur. Co M
Nat. Poring A Drilling Co PO
F rst National Hank 600
Thuron Coal Land Co i1"
Scrantoti Jar A Stopper Co... ... 25
Scranton Olass Co 05
Lackawanna Lumber Co MO
Spring Hrook Water Co 90
Elmhurat Houlevard Co 1O0
Serantnn Axle Works: 80
Third National Hunk 330
T. ka. Tnmt and Safe Dep. Co ... 100
Scranton Packing Co hi
Si ranton Snv'.ngs Hank 2)
Scranton Traction Co 10
Ijicka, Iron A Steel Co 1M
Weston Mill Co J.V1
Traders' National Bank 120
Scranton Glass Co 100
Economy Steam Heat &
Power Co 100
Scranton Pass. Railway first
mortgage, due 1918 110
Scranton Traction Co M
People's Street Railway, first
mortgage, due 1918 110
Scranton A PIttston Trac. Co. ... 90
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgage, due 1920 110
Lacka. Valley Trac. Co., first
mortgage, due 1923 W0
Dickson .Manufacturing Co lOii
Iicka. Township School 6 102
City of Scranton Street Imp t ... 102
New York Produce Market.
New York, Oct. 24. Flour Firm.
Whtat Firm; No. 2 red store and eleva
tor,' 7uc; afloat, 72'4C.; f. o. b., 70-V'.; No
1 northern, C7-V'.; options steady; Febru
ary, 70c; .May, 7'c. ; October, Wc. : De
cember, )"(. Corn (Julet, firmer; No. 2
39 c; elevator, 40cl afloat; options quiet;
October 3sc.i November, 33'4c; Decem
ber, otic; May, 3.e,c. Oats Firm; options
quiet, firmer; October, 24c; November,
23c; December. 21c; .May, 2i42.'i'ie. ; No.
i white, October,. 2."ic ; spot pt lcts. No. 2,
21c; No. 2 white, ZVic; No. 2 Chicago,
25c. j No. 2, 2311c; No. 3 white, 23;,c;
mixed western, 2la2u'4c.; white do.. 21
1129c: white state, 24a29c Provisions
Firm, quiet, uni'haiiued. I.ar.l Unlet,
higher; western steam, 10.95; city, I.V00
aj.fti; iictoijor, f).'.u; rellneq quiet; tontln
k'nt, J'i.:i.rr. South America, t'i.70; com
liound, 4'ia4",c. Butter Quiet, stcaly;
stato dairy, 12a2lc; 00. creamery, 22"j
n23c: western dairy, 10al5c. ; do. creamery,
I4a23c ; do. June, I,r,a2lc; do. factory, S'i
,il4c: F)Klns. 23c; Imitation creamery.
12ul7c Cheese Firm, fair demand, un
changed, hggs (julet, stonily; state and
Pennsylvania, 2iu21c ; western fresh
Toledo (Irnln Market.
Toledo, , Oct. 21. Whent-Rccclpts
8.(l bushels; shipments, 8 oon bushels
market firm; No. 2 rod, cash, trf'ic; De.
cember. ma.; May, fi!i"4c; No. 3 red
cnsli, 4l'4e. ; No. 2 white, H4 tNirn Itc
celpts, 29,U0I bushels; Hhlpments. 71.0WI
miKhr.s; market quiet; no. 2 mixed, cash
S3'ic; No. 3 do.. 32ic; No. 2 yellow. 3r.c
No. 3 do., 31c.; No. 3 while, H24c OHts-
Bnceliits, 3IKi0 bushels; market dull; No. 2
mixed, cash, am. lovcrseeil Receipts,
820 bags; shipments, 27 bags; market easy;
cash nnd October, $4 20; March, l.32'4.
Chicago l.lvo Stuck.
Chicago, Oct. 24. Cattle Bocelpts, 14,
000 head; mnrket weak and 10 cents lower;
common to extra steers, i.i.ioaD.9.1; stocK
ers nnd feeders. 12.3n3.K(i; cows and bulls
tl.2ria3.80; calves, l2.WniD.20; Texans. 11. 7;
a3.3li; western rangers, f2.ROa4.1f. Hogs
Receipts, 31,000 head; market firm and 5
cents higher; heavy packing ami shipping
lots. :i iHia.v.H): common to choice mixed,
3.IV0 n3 WP; choice assorted. 3.7oa3.!l0: light.
S3.4na.1.V0: pigs. 12n3.R0. Sheen Receliita.
14.000 head; mnrket firm snd G cents high
er; inferior to choice, H,2au3.li0; lambs,
Pittsburg. Pa.. Oct. 24. Oil ononed and
lowest, 11. 21; highest and closed, 11.23, here
ami at oil city.
Philadelphia Tallow Morkot.
Philadelphia, Oct. 24. Tallow Is Arm
nnd in moderate demand. We quote:
City prime, In hhds, 4'.to.; country. prime.
In bbls, 4ic; country dark, in tools, 4o.;
CRKt,, 4',ic; grease, J',tajl,c
"THB DJ-rviL AlND THE Dflrrcp
SBA" Head The Tribune early in No
Keliof In Sit Honrs.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder diseases
relieved In six hours by the "New South
American Kidney Cure. This new rem
edy Is a great surprise on acount of Its
exceeding promptness In relieving pain In
the bladder, kidneys, back, and every part
of the urinary passages, In male or fe
male. It relieves retention of water and
pain In passing It almost immediately, if
you warn qu:cn rmiei una cure mis :s
your rem ray. boiu oy j. m. j-iHrrin, A'rug.
gist, 125 Penn avenue, Boranton, Pa.
YfBS. IXNTON, CLAIRVOYANT AMD
v . pnrsuoioiiac, Arnooi nouse, 2
wanna vsnae. this week only.
WANTS OF ALL KINDS COST THAT
Ml'CH. WHF.N PAID FOR IN AD
VAVPR WMRV A tlOllI- ACCOITNT
18 MADE, N(1 CHARGW WILL BR LESS
THAN 25 CKNTS. THIS KIM.K AP-
Pl.IRfl TO RMAt.T. WAVT AnS.. KX-
CF.PT IX1CAL PITUATIOVS AND HKLP
WANTED. WHICH ARE INSERTS
Under diite nf Oi:t. K. a womtlll
living in Avocu writes to The
Tribune: "Please omit my adver
tisement of 'Situation W tinted as
Housekeeper,' and accept my sin
cere thanks for vour kindness and
for the nice home I have secured
through the advertisement you so
kindly published for me." The
original of this letter may be seen
nt The Tribune business office.
ribiine adlets pay. Try 'cm.
Help Wanted Male.
exitorienro at the bnnitiess: must rome
well recommended. Address T. O. il.. Trib
AUKNTS-MtN WANTKU, ALHEALV
trnvollng. to rarrv liiliri'-atlug oilssaa
ide Him. MAN U 1 ACTUKKBS' OIL CO.,
7X N T El) WELL-KNOWN Id AM LV
uverv town to tollclt stock siibsnrtn-
tioas; n monopoly; big money for agents: 110
racial ri'quired. KUWAKDC. FlSil & CO.,
tioriii'ii hiock, uuiCMo. 111.
OALESMKN Iti SIDENT SALESMEN'
1. wanted, acomiltited with the local snd
nearby drug and growurf trade, to handle our
lino of III nil irrsrin cigars. Adilroa. givlni;
reference, J, EUWAHO UOWLKS CO.. 143
Cliuinliers Htrent. N. Y.
Helo Wanted Females.
CJIRL WANTED FOROENEKAI, HOPSE
I work. Am.lv ti OAKKKVT SMITH.
Son h Main avenue, Ilrliaviin, city.
VTANTED 1M MKDIATKLY TWO KXER-
cetlo salrawoinuii to reDrea-nt us.
(lusriliti-ed SUa dav without li.ti rfuring with
other duties. Healthful occupation. Write
lor pariiruiari, incioung eianip. .lungo 1110111
ical Company, No. 72 .b.lin strHpt. New York.
OESTS WANTED EVEHYWHKUE-TO
V canvass fnr oar New lloiidv Juv. nll
Hooks, fnur ChristuniH li.HUllt.H: nell at sight:
iincrni tonus. AdilMM bl'bClAL,! , sun-
station No. 2, Philad liihla, Fa.
AtlENTS WANTED TO SELL CIUARS;
175 nor month salary and exiK.nss paid.
Addres-. with two-cent stami). FIUARO CI-
OAK CO.. CiiicAgo.
OKNT8-TO SELL OCR PRACTICAL
V gold, silver, nl k.d and corner el'ctro
platers: price from &l iinwanl: salary and ex
)icnHH jin'd: outtlt fme. A.ld bss. with stamp.
.uh hhia. 31 n uu., i iiirugK,
OEXTS TO SELL CIO ARS TO DEALERS;
JV $ii eeklv anil expi'iiKHS; experience un
nncesHarv. I ONSiil.iDATED MEO. CO.. 4tl
Van llurf 11 at., ( lucaifo.
CAI.EBMAN TO CAHRY SIDE LINE; SI
p.r roat, coinmissiou; natnple Ijoolf
niallrd free. Addreaa L. N. CO.. btatiou L,
T ONCE-AOENTS APPOINTED TO
sell new liirhtnim sidling table cloth.mos
qultoanil house flv liipiid ot 111 cnts and '.A
re-its a l o tl... Sampln free. liOLUlANO
M E'U Co., Uultim .re. Md.
ToENTS-HINDE'S PATENT UNI VE ti
ll h1 Ilair Curlers anil Wavers fused with
out heat), and "Pyr l'uintnd''llair l'ins. Lib
eral commissions. Free simple and full par
ticulars. Addrrsa P. It. Box 46H Now York.
fA N T D ACTIVE-S A LKS M E N TO
handle our line, no peddling. Sa'arr,
f 7i per month and exores paid to all. Ootid
entirely new. Apply quickly. P. O. Box, KWs,
'I 'Wo OFFICES. CLOSET. STEAM HEAT.
1 running water, decoration, front, con
spicuous; 81U. W. UIBsON JONES. 311 Spruce
rl.N i-jT BAt'H ELOR APA8TM K.NTS IN
I1 ..I . .. . - ... I . . 1. n ...I ...... .a I . i , ull
conifr' and cheerful: s-rnrnit ipiirk.
. himwiw ,l r., .11 1 npruce mmi.
Tri'-in-iTfi-.ti ti,Tui.- th t .ft MAnmnN
i nvenuo He sure to net iirs s.-.'in this
tioiore renitnff. Also ninw on jeueretnu
W. OIBSON JOSES. .'HIprucetrror.
tillt KENT-ONE HALF H()CSE, NO. 3i; ii
f N'nr'h Main avonuo: 11 n oms. tun. water.
furnace and bath room and barn. Inquire at
Anclernoii'a News Rooms, rrovidenwiJMuare.
iX)K HENT-FCR ISHED BOOM. WITH
I or withour honnl, sultaiiio lor two iwr
sons, ifi Adams ave,
1011 RENT-SIX ROOM HOCSE ON WEST
I Lackawanna avenue. Address THOMAS
E. EVANS, aear I'.ri l.uzoriio, Myiln raru.
I'OHRENT-NICFLY Fl'KNlSlIED HALL
I iiitabln for lodtra nsima. JOI1.N jr.it
MY'N, 1 1!' Wyoinb it nveaii".
1.-OK SALE-NEW lU OOIEH. SCRR1ES,
I phaetons, afore and hnlnes wsl'oiis. nno
ami two n no lumnnr wagons; a 111 secen i
hand l.utrglis. snrrles. phseton-. snrinif wag
ons ami IhihWik at M. T. h EI. I, I K S.
fsoll SALE-FARM. ST'M'K AND ALT
I farming utoni-lls. Inquire of J. M. SHEF
FIELD, 711 Scranton street. SrrantO'i. Pa.
llooll SIZED Kl- S1DENCE WANTED;
J renfrslly located; lurnislied or iiiifur
lilhi'd. Adaieis A . Tribune o'tice.
1ANTED A PARTNER W IT 1 1 J4 0HI. TO
take an In crest In a well rstaMiKlieil
manufacturing business; profits from to 4"
percent.: luinine-s win near 1 vn.tignttcn.
V. 11. MdLllATK. Commonweallh HTd'g.
Desk Room Wanted.
ITH REAL ESTATE WAN, ANSWER,
A . Trlbnnn oinee.
Money to Loan.
11KOMPI- LOANS N RWAL EST TE sE
1 runty. H. W, CltUHEH 400 Lackawan
Nursing and Massage.
lug and inoasago treatment. H41 Madi
AOIANT'S SHOE THE LARUKST PAIR
of shoes ever seen In Scranton is manu
factured by the Mldrtletown Shoe House for
the Ka Has giant, and ran be i-en in their
snow caau. at a 1 1'enu avonuo.
1VTOTICE -ON AND AFTER MAY 1.
11 wl 1 make monthly tone, nf tho follow
Inn nlacaa giving free on li Kir advertla nir er
bibulous wl h ibe atereopllcou: Taylorvillu,
Hyde Park, Providence, Dickson Olynhant,
Pcekvllle, Archbald, Jermyn. Exlilbltlons
given a Wedueeilay - and Friday of ouch
week during tho luontn, tan rates ror mlver
tls ni are fin por mouth. Adiireaa U. 11
Cull, Tribune office, oity. .
ri'HK sOIDlEliTs OUR CIVIL WAN."
1 You wane this Telle. Contain all of
Frank Leslie s fumousoia ar rictures.stiow
Inir the foreea in actual battle, aketolied on tha
pot. . Two volume, !t,(M) pictures, Mold on
esy montlily payment". Delivered by ex.
prein complete, nil charge prepaid. Address
P. a WOODY, 021 Adams Ave., Mcrantou, Fa.
BLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, MAOA
alnea, etu., bound or rebound at Tin
IKinUHB OUIOS, Uivk wwh ,uwwuuin
I a mMt cm! iaiwi fmmjam
SEVER LUCKY IBS
BLACKH 3NRI ETTA 46 inches wide, regular $i quality for 50c.
ONE CASE TEAZLE DOWN OUTING FLANNELS, 7c; former price, xajfc.
TEN DOZEN FEATHER BOAS, 3 inches long, were 65c. each; this week 25c.
'CHILDREN'S WHITE MERINO UNDERWEAR, VESTS AMD PANTS, sizes 6 to 24, l5c each.
26 to 34, 25c. each. Worth twice thi price we ask.
A LARGE LOT 0? LADIES' APROiiS, god full size and pretty design, 17c. each; were 25c.
UNBLEACHED TA3LE DAMASK, 5. wide, regular 30c. quality, at 20C. a yard.
100 Ladies! Reefer Jackets, latest cut, all of our $6.50 numbers.
This week at $4.50.
Real Estate Agency
QI.CUO BUYU GOOD liOU8E; CKNTRAL.
O 8. M. NAKIL
C'",.r0U BUYS 1(1 LOTS; CENTRALLY LO
O cate 8. M. XASH.
l&YVit) BITYS ONE KI.EUANT KKSIOK x CE
O nil .IcrTfraon iivenue. M. NAH.
WITUATIOX WAN'1CU-BY A VOL.W
i man ui third himil Ukr or unr kind of
wurk or trmln. Aildiew (116 Htolio avruua.
SITUATION WANTED"-BY A Y()UN(I
ii lu.lv on nffli-H vlrl fir ferric : bH had
Rnmo kiiowloditi ( buotkrapluf. Addruaa L.
VOUNoTaDYW7i'M' LIKE POSITION
1 uh Ktniowr.inh.-r mid lviwritr: iIko to
aiuit In linoltUepini; lias lm I experience
rfiid can Klvo tliH liet nf rifarnce. address
1'llWONAIi, I.OCH BOX l.rt. City.
UTAN I ED-POSITION AS HOUSKKEKI'
pr In uniiiil f tmilr. oru tiurHe. A.l.lros
MitS. J. K WII.LUM.-.. 2S Adams av-nue.
L 1TUATION WANTEK-A YOUNU Of li
H nittii man. siniiln, would lika work of any
kind. Ail'iriM K. M., Illll Kim girai-t.
vantku-a position by a middle-
i niri.il nlil n.niitrv izMil l.uian nt any-
thiiiK wir-i'o hu i'uii do UMit'iil aud Und a home.
Aililri'iw MoM , Tribune oilli-e.
SITUATION" WNTEI)-TO (id CUT BY
r tha (1y wimhinir: waMliinn takan lmm.
aln. Call or mldresa L. li. 331 Is. uuancr
avenne, Hydo Park.
SITUATION WANTED AH A SHOE
i rhrk. or wllline t do any kind of work;
BKcd'l; ban had expirl iiTO. J. T.
cifUATION WANTED BY A OIRL 10
i? vi"ar old. to do Unlit liouwwork or eke
raro of rbiliL Address MRS. TH1EL, WJ) W .
U IT U AT I ' N W A N T it D-BYA N E X P S I 1 -17
enoed burtndor: city or couniy: mint
havn work; iiood rofereuio. Addreaa . il.,
1 ribuna timca.
CITlIATfoN WANTED BY A YOINO
r man nvf.l 1H. M nn. hm.ll With l.riVata
fainilv; uii'TnrsianiU all alwmt tha rara of
hi.rwv willing an1 ohliBing ana not airim oi
work vaap nnobiert: run come well rtcom-
munde.l. Addi oaa 1. T.. Tribune oUlce.
c rriATioN wan tk'd-by a ood oikl
O ho haa exnaripne.: wonld lika plare
In a imall family. Addrru H., Trlbunaofflca
ITITATION WANTFD OKF1CK WORK.
IHKIft " (11TIMH, 1 Ulin.mia Wl ' '
yiam' tiiriuc in buhinmi; good reference.
rtU(ir"H at . in"iiii"i'iii--.
DR. WILLIAM A. TAFT. T'ORPELAIV.
Hrlilco nnd Crown work. Oltloe, t2o
C. C. LArrtACH. 81' llf RON DENTIST.
No. 115 WynmlliK avenua.
nM. STKATTO.N, OFFICE COAL EX
ohane. lMiysiclans and Siii pcons.
DR. CI. KDC.AR DEAN HAS REMOVED
to Oil? Spruce atm-t. Scninloti, Pa.
(Juat oiipontte Court llouxe Suuare.)
DU. KAY. vt PENN AVE.: 1 to 3 P. M.:
call '.'ml:!. HI', of women, ulmtrrtrlo and
and all (IN. of clill.
DR. W. E. ALLEN. 012 North WavhliiRton
DU. C. L. FllEY. PftACTICR LIMITED,
illseiiaea of the Kye. Ear. Now nnd
Thront; olllee. 122 Wyoming ave. Resi
dence. fiM Vine alreet.
DU. L. M. OATE3. 12S WAXHINUTON
avpiine. Olllee luiiir, 8 to 0 o. m.. l.)
to 3 n nd 7 to S p. m. Resldoni-o 30S Madi
DR J. C. RATESON. REU APLE HKIN.
Tumor nnd Ciincpr Speclaliat. Tiirwdnya
mid Friday. t WKl Linden atreet. Of
llec hours 1 to 4 p. nt.
WARREN KN.M'P. ATTOHNEYH
nnd Counsellors nt Law, Republican
liullilliiK. WftKhliiBton avenue, Scran
JESUITS HAND. ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors ai i.nw, i iiiiiiiiuiiwamii
building-, Washington venue.
W, II. .1 1'jiSSl
HORACE E. II AND,
W. II. JESSCr, JR.
7ianiii VT m. WILl'nV ATTOR-
neys nnd Counsellors nt Iwiw; ollleeg 6
nnd 8 Library nuiliimir. wcriinioii. i n.
ROSEWEI.L II. PATTERSON.
WILLIAM A. WILCOX.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM 3. HAND,
Attonwv" nnd Counsellors. Common
wealth buildlmr. Rooms 19. 20 and 21!
FRANK T. OK ELL, ATTORN EY-AT-
Lnw, Room 5, Coul ExchanBe. Scran
JAMES W. OAKFOUD, ATTORNEY
nt-Law, room 03, W and 65, Common.
SAMUEL W. EDOAR, ATTORNEY-AT-
. ... ..... n ... .1 p.
Lnw, lilliep, ,iu npruce m., orinin.'..".
LT A WATERS, ATTOHNE Y-AT-LAW,
423 Ixioknwnnna nve Scranton, Pa.
t'RlR TOWN3END. ATTORNEY-AT-Ijiw.
Dlmn Rnnk Rullilln-. Scranton.
Money to loan in largB uina at 6 per
r Tl. PITCHER. ATTORNEY-AT.
Inw, Commonwealth building-, Scranton,
H. C. SMYTH E, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
400 Lacknwnnnn, avenue.
C. COMECJYS. 821 SPRUCE STREET.
D. R. REPLOaLE. ATTORNEY LOANS
negotiated on real estate accurity. 408
13. V. KILL-AM. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
120VyomliiR nve.. ocranton.r-i
TAB .1. TT. HAMILTON. ATTORNRY-AT
law, 4fi Commonwealth bld'g. Scranton.
J. M. C. RANCK. m WYOMING AVE.
PHRENOLOGIST AND CLAIRVOYANT
616 Meridian Street, I'arK Hill.
JOB. KUKTTEL, REAR 511 1ACKA
wc nna avenue, Boranton, Pa., manufaa-
turar oi wira wmai, .
FOB THIS (IB ONLY
602-604 LIXKl. IVE., COR. lOADIS.
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA,
Scranton, Pa., prepare boy and gins
for colletce or business; thoroughly
trains young children. Catalogue at re
quest. Open Suptmber 9.
ItEV. THOMAS M. CANN,
WALTER H. BUELL.
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN
and School. 412 Adam avenue, opens
Sept. 9. Klndegarte n 110 per term.
EDWARD H. DAVIS, ARCHITECT,
Rooms 24. 2 and 2J, Commonwealth
E. L. WALTER. ARCHITECT, OFFICE
rear of t','H Washington avenue.
LEWIS HANCOCK. JR., ARCHITECT,
435 Spruce t.t cor. Waih. ave., Scranton
UKOWN & MoitRlS, ARCHITECTS;
Price building, I'JH Washington avenue,
THE REPUBLIC SAVINGS AND
Loan Association will loan you money
on easier terms and pay you better on
Investment than any other association,
'.'all on S. N. Callender, Dime Bank
G. R. CLARK & CO.. 8EED8MEN AND
Nurserymen; store 14i vtashlnirton ave
nue; areen house, 13 North Main ave
nue; store telephone 1SL
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA MUSIC FOR
balls, picnic, parties, receptions, wed
dinas and concert work furnished. For
terms addres R. J. Bauer, conductor,
117 Wyoming; avenue, over Hulbert'
MEUAKUEK BROTHERS. PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bugs, twine.
Warehouse, 130 Washington ave., Soran
FRANK P. BROWN CO.. WH OLE
sale dealers in Woodware. Cordage and
Oil Cloth!720 Wt Lackawanna ave.
THOMAS AUBREY. EXPERT Ac
countant and auditor. Rooms 19 and 20,
Wllllnms Pulldlntr. opposite postofllce.
Agent for the Rex Fire Extlngulsher.
Hotels and Kcstutiranta.
THE ELK CAFE. 123 and 127 FRANK
II n avenue. Hates reasonable.
P. 7.E1C.LER. Proprietor.
SCIIANTON HOUSE. NEAR D., L. ft W.
passenger depot. Conducted on the
European plan. VICTOR KOCH. Prop.
Cor. Sixteenth St. and Irving Place.
Rates. KM per day and upwards. (Ameri
can plan). E. N. ANABLE,
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
(IjChtgh and Susquehanna Division. 1
Anthracite coal used exclusively, Insur
ing cleanliness and comfort.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE i. 1SS5.
Trains leave Scranton for i'lttston,
Wllkes-llnire, etc.. at 8.20, 9.15. 11.30 a.m.,
1.2.1. 2.01), 3.0.-.. 6.00. 7.10 p. m. Sundays 9.00
a. m., l.W. 2.1."), 7.10 p. m.
For At Inn lie City, 8.20 a. m.
For New York, Newark and Elizabeth,
8.20 (express) a. m.. 1.23 (express with Buf.
fi t pallor car), S.0R (express) p. m. Sun
day, 2.1u p. in. Train leaving 1.23 p. m.
arrives nt I'hlliuielphla. Rending Term
iniil. 6.21 p. m. and New York 6.45 p. ni.
For Mnuch Chunk, Allentown, Bethle
hem. Eauton and Phllfldelhla, 8.20 a. m.,
1.2:1. S.iCi, B. (except Philadelphia) p. m.
Sunday. 2.13 p. m.
For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc., at
8.2" a.m.. 1.23 p. m. . .
For Reading, Lebanon and Harrisburg,
via Allentown, .20 a. m., 1.23, 6.00 p. m.
Sunday. 2.15 p. m.
For Pottsvlllo, 8.20 a. m., 1.23 p.'m.
Retuming leave New York, foot of Lib
erty Btret-t, North River, at 9.10 (express)
a. m.. 1.10, 1.30. 4.S0 (express with Bullet
parlor carl p. m. Sunday, 4.30 a. m.
Iave Philadelphia. Reading Terminal,
9.00 a. ni., 2.00 and 4.30 p. m. Sunday 6.27
a. m. - 'i
Through tickets to all points at lowest
rates may be had on application in ad
vace to the ticket agent at tho station.
H. P. BALDWIN.
Oen. Pass. AKnt.
J. H. OLHAU8EN. Oen. Supt.
ROAD. Commencing Monday.
rl . July 30, all train win
Mm M MWW arrive at new Lacka-
W m 0 wanna avenua atatlon
Fir r Rfl follows:
r Train will leave Scran
ton station for Carbondale and interme
diate point at S.20. 6.45. LOO. 8.26 and 10.10
a. m.. 12.00, t.20, S.6S, 6.16, 6.16, 7.11, 9.10 and
11.20 p. m. - ' . ,
For Farvlew, Waymart and Honesdale
at 7.00, 8.26 and 10.10 a. m., 12.00, Z.20 and 6.15
PFor Albany, 8nitoga, tha Adirondack!
and Montreal s.t 6.46 a. m. and 8.J0 p. m.
For Wllkas-Haxr and Intermediate
point at 7.45, 8.46, 1.38 and 10.45 a. m..l!.K,
I. SO, 2.38, 4.00. .10, 6.06, 9.16 and 11.88 p. m.
Train will arrive at Scranton staitlon
from CarbondaJe and Irrtermedtate point
at 7.40, 8.40, 9.84 and 10.40 a .m.,-18.00, 1.17,
2.84, 3.40, 4.64, 6.66. 7.46, .ll and ll.lt P. m.
From Bonedale, Waymart and Far
view at 9.34 a, m., 11.00, 1.17, 8.40, 6.S5 and
7.46 p. m.
From Montreal, Saratoga, Albany, to
at 4.64 and 11.61 p. ro. , -
From Wllkaa-Barre and Irrtermadlate
rslnta a til, 1.04. 10 and 11.66 a. m.. Lit,
it, 8., 6,10, .oa, 7.10, 9.0 and u.11 p. m.
Make Over Mattresses,
Make and Repair Springs.
Sell Iron Beds,
Make Fine Mattresses.
May 12, 1895.
Train leaves Scranton for Philadelphia
and New York via D. H. R. R. at 7.45
a. m., 12.(0. 1.2U, 2 3S and 11.38 p. m via D ,
L. & W. R. R., 6.00, S.0S, 11.20 a. m., and 1.3
Leave Scranton for Plttton and Wilkes.
Barre, via D.. L. & W. R. R., 6.00, 8.08, 11.20
a. m., 3.30. 0.07, 8.".2 p. m.
Leave Scranton for White Haven. Ha.
xleton. Pottsville and all points on tha
Beaver Mudow and Pottville branches,
via E. 4- W. V. R. R., 6.40 a. m.. via D. ft
II. R. R. at 7.4.1 a. m.. 12.0i. 1 20. 2 3S, 4.00 p.
m., via D.. L. & W. R. R. 6.00. 8.0S, 11.20 a,
m . 1.30. 3.M p. m.
Iave Sf ranton for BMhlehem. Easton,
Reading. Harrisburg and all intermedia'.)
points, via I). & H. R. R., 7:4. a. m., 12jM.
1.20, 2.31. 4.00 11.3" p. m.. via D., L. tc Vi.
R. R.. 6.00. 8.08. 11.20 a. m., 1.30 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Tunkhannock. To
wanda," Elmira, Ithaca. Geneva and all
intermediate points via D. ft H. R. R-. H5
a. m., 12.0" and 11.35 p. m., via D., L. ft W.
R. R., 8.0. 9.55 a. m.. 1.30 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Rochester, Buffalo,
Niagara Falis, Detroit. Chicago and nil
points west via D. & H. R. R.. 8.45 a. m.
12.0T., 9.15, 11.38 p. m., via D., L. & W. R. H.
and Plttston Junction. 8.0S. 9.55 a. m., 1.30,
8.;Vip. m.. via E. & W. V. R. R.. 3 41 p. m.
For Elmira and the west via Salamanca,
vin D. A H. R. R.. 8.45 a.m. 12.05, 6.05 p.m..
via D.. L. & W. R. R., .08, 9.55 a. m., 1.30.
and 6 07 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V.
chair cars on all trains between L. ft B.
Junction or Wllkes-Barre and New York,
Philadelphia, Buffalo, and Suspension
ROI.LIN H. WILBUR. Gen. Supt.
CHAS. S. LEE. On. Pass. Agt..Phila..Pa,
A. W. NONNEMACHER, Asst. Gen.
Pass. Apt.. South Bethlehem. Pa.
Del., Lack, and Western.
EfTect Monday. June 24. 1S95.
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Ex
press for New York and all points East,
1.40. 5.15, 8.0) and 9.55 a. m.; 12.55 and
3.34 p. m.
Express for Easton. Trenton. Phlladeu
phla and the South, 5.15, 8.00 and 9.55 a. m.,
12.55 and 3.34 p. tn.
Washington and way station, 8.55 p. m.
Tobyhanna accommodation, 6. 10 p. m.
Exrress for B'.nghamton, Oswego. El
mira. Corning. Bath. Dunsville, Mount
Morris and Buffalo. 12.10, 2.35 a. m.. and
1 21 p. m., making close connections at
Buffalo to nil points In- the West, North
west and Southwest.
Hath accommodation, 9 a. m.
Plnghamton and way stations, 12.37 p.m.
Nicholson accommodation, at 4 p. m. and
6.10 p. m.
Btnghamton and Elmira Express, 6.0S
Express for Cortland. Syracuse. Oswego
Vtlca nnd Richlleld Springs, 2.35 a .m. and
1 Phiir, 2.35 and Bath 9 n. m. and 1.21 p.m.
For Northumberland. Pitts.ton. Wllkes
Barre. Plymouth. Bloomsburg and Dan
ville, making close connections at North
umberland for Williamsport. Harrisburg,
Baltimore. Washington and the South. -
Northumberland and Intermediate sta
tions, 6.00. 9.55 a. m. and 1.30 and 6.07 p. m.
Nantlcoke and Intermediate stations.
8.US and 11.20 n. m. Plymouth and Inter
mediate stntlons, 3.(0 and 8.62 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on
all express trains.
For detailed Information, pooket tlma
tables, etc.. apply to II. L. Smith, city
ticket office. S2S Lackawanna avenue, or
depot ticket office.
Erie and Wyoming Valley.
Trains leave Scranton for New York:
and intermediate points on the Erie rail
road at 7.00 n. m. and 3.24 p. m. AUo for
Honesdale. Hawley nnd local points at
7 00. 9 4 a. m. and 3.24 . m.
AH the above ore through train to and
Trains leav for Wllkea-Barra at 6.39 a.
m. and 3.45 p. m.
In Effect September 34na 1895.
; a. y w
Train8 Pally, Kx-
.... 7 40 ....
f.M V Vnlr1lM d.
7 lOlWest 44nd Htreet
7 ml WMhftwlren
Ip ulArrlve Leave!
19 I Ml
7 1 7 is a
I tl ,-S 41
7 14 8 4M
7 9ffl t tl
T9 4 041
7 84 4 VT
7 86 410
T89 4 14
7 41 M 17
7 45 4 90
I II I
. Ail wain run aauy exoept suaaoy. . .
t lnule Utat traltu stop on l(tial for pa
eeoure rate via Ontario a Western befora
inrehanDg tlckeu and save monay, Day a&4
Klhg-t Eipreas to the West, ..
I, nitcrott, Dlv, Fiae, AsMraotea, Pa, ,