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TnE RCBANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORHTNCJ. JANUARY 4, 189C.
OF GREAT INTEREST TO VW1EI1.
Pale Cheeks and Nerveless . Hands are no Longer
Admired, to be Strictly Correct you Must
have Rosy Cheeks and Good Health.
Men Admire Wholesome-looking Women, and now
Seek their Wives from that Class.
A FEW POINTERS FOR THE GIRL OF THE PERIOD.
IMire IiIkvI I the secret of health and
lioiiutv. Tlu features limy lie riL'tibir, the
form jierfect, lmt no wiiiuim ran lie bcniitit'ul
in the lull sense of the word while suH'erin:;
from any nf tiro peculiar nilniouts of her sex.
Disease destroys the complexion, is prisluctive
of wrinkles mill prenmture ujtv. Keirtilur
monthly uterine nclioii is necessary to every
woman's health, iiml if this function of life is
cheeked, disease, a piile mid sallow com
plexion, nml fecliintof exhaustion, lire the
result. The inniil lily secretion must continue
from puherty to the turn of life without mi
natural ohtnietioii. Any hreinh of this law
of Nature will result in the ilistressiin: sytup
toins which make the liven of seven-tenths of
the women of this country miserable, iiliwt
linbearahle. A few of these symptoms lire
severe heiuliirhe, loss nf appetite, pale and
ialluw complexion, pulpitalion of the heart,
swollen mikirs or leu's, nervousness, onensive
breath, ete., ete. The sull'crer may exhihit
one or more of tliese symptoms, or limy have
ail. They simply indicate the raviiyes disease
h is ma' lo upon the system, mid tlie more of
the symptom the patient dimwit the (.-re nter
tiie necessity fir proinpt'iind persistent treat
ment, until they have lieen banished mid llie
bloom fit' healili is restored. To neeomplisli
this cr.d )r. Williams,' I'ink Tills me the
noli- iiiii:iMiiiLr remeilv. Thev iiosilivelv cure
ml 'suppressions, mid irrcuularilios, which if
lin'l.s'inl, incviliioly email mckiicks anil
trouhle. Hy taking these pill lor u week or
ten days before the expei tul return of each
period," the prompt iippiaranee of "the
visitor" is insured. For suppressions, the
pills must' he taken i.liadi!y until the rc-up-pi
nranee takes place pi ic rally in u month's
tune, sometimes less, Follow the directions
on the pamphlet ulioiit each box. Nursim;
women nil! timl their milk improved in
finality aiidiiantiiy hy takiii.tr these pills, nml
iiiso nhlaiii relief limn pain in tie' back and
Rincral driinyeil-out feeling. All displace
ments from weakness oi l he uterine ligaments
lire speedily relieved mid ultimately cured hy
the use of these pills, l.eiieorrhica, hcarim;
dinvn weight in tile pelvis, and nil female
weakness, 'find pevdy relief and cure in the
iiihiiiiiistratioii of tUu i'ink Tills fur Title
Tlie most critical peril ii in ihe life of a
woman is llul unending lie cessation of men
Mruntioii, or, as it is ino-t j,T!ieiully teniied,
the rliane or turn of life. The symptoms
(iicadiui: this riod are taint inir spells or
ntlwksof faiiitiu ssorili.;.iness, hi'Uiluche,fj.'ii
eral dehiliiy, exhaustion, u fcelini: of nu'in
'holy, hysteria, pain in loins or limits, hypo
chondria, l ie. The change is a gradual one
for licttiT or worse for the for. iter if the
patient is wise cnniu.'li to lorlit'y the system
I'.'aiiist (lie ravages of the symptoms nl I I'ltili ittr
Sip ehaii'.-e. l or this purpose no remedy ever
li-i'overeil eiiuuls) Dr. Williams' I'ink Tills,
jhey purify the Idood hy ectim; directly upon
the sexual system, lessen the severity of this
Iriticnl period, and finally leave the patient
Jit the enjoyment of rolillst lieallh. All ladies
ripproiiehiiii: this critical period should take
lr. William I'ink I'ills.
TALK AXi) SALLOW' qiHLS.
AVhat can he more ilUrcssint; than to see
It Lirl drooping and fading in the springtime
of youth? Instead of bridit eyes, (tloivinif
roy elu'cks, and nil elastic step, there are
lull eyes, pale, sallow, orf;rceiiisli complex
ion mid u lauimiilncss of step that liespeaks
disease and an curly death if proper treat
ment is not promptly resorted to and per
sisted in until the impoverished blood is en
riched, and the functions of life liecoincs retro
lar. I'pon purents rests 11 jrrrut responsi
bility ut tilt) time their duuiiutcrs are bud
THE WORLD OF BUSINESS
Stocks and lionds.
New York, .Ian. 3.-TIih stoek speculation
Was ipiiet alia I n today, only l'd.uoj shares
tii'imt trailed In thi'oimhoiit the session.
In the early triidlni.' weakness pivvallei!
owlnif to lower iiiiotatlons from London,
the onK.-iKenient of $I.iiiMhi K'dd bars lor
hlpnient to Kin-ope and the delay In an
nouncing the tioml Issue. London sold ue
uoi'diiiK to iirlill nitre houses fully 12,iiOii
Jhaivs of stock, principally'?!. J'uiil and
Louisville und .Nashville. Koielxil liouses
Ver also sellurs of lli'-'h-i-luss railway
mortKattes ami the prices for these Is
nui's were shaded all around. In the inrly
decline Louisville and Nashville, Western
Vnion, llultlmole und Ulilo, HiiKiir, I'lilcu
K.i lias and l."allu r, preferred, were most
prominent. Leather, preferred, fell to Id's
tin reports from Huston that the directors
Intended to postpone action on the divi
dend on the preferred stoeki Thujlirectors,
ft Is uuiU'l'Htnod are to meet Jan. 1." to
act on the matter. In Ihe afternoon the
market was dull, almost to stagnation, the
indisposition to trade pendtnu; some an
nouncement from Washington In thn mat
ter of a bond Issue belli k welt nlnh uni
versal. Tobacco relieved . the monotony
somewhat by it sharp rise of five points
to 8f. The advance in this specialty was
due to reports, thai the price of pint; would
b advanced on Jan. Iii. Tinders imme
diately Jumped to the conclusion that the
war with the outside mnmifueturers was
In a fair way of settlement. The an
nouncement that amounts of uohl hud been
ordered In London for shipment to Xew
York ruled steady to llrm, but there was
r.o Increase in business to speak of. The
market left ofl'sieady to llrm. Net chnnifes
nhow losses of i4tl iter cent. Manhattan,
Jersey Central and Western Viil'in, how
ever, Ruined i to V2 per cent. Tobacco
made an exceptional aln of 5,i per cent.
Jn today's transactions Tobacco 'tlsurd
fur L"9,Ms shares: Leather, preferred, for
iri.740; St. i'uul for 14,900, and SttRar for
Furnished by WILLIAM IJXK, AL
LEN tir Co., correspondents for A. P.
CAMPUELL, stoek llroker, iV2 Spruce
Op'n- Jlluh- Low- Clos.
Inc. eft. est. ing.
jm. l ooaeeo ro 7!i'4 81 79 S4
. ir.t fi'ii : it'i tsir.
CheUKO( h a q Wk ?;r,9 Wi
file., .till. ft. J'.... iw'-a W7 l!7'i liH
"hi;'., U. V. Ai Tao.... W
tWVj ' Hi
Jei. .Hud llMti ISI'i 124 ' 121
lust. -c. i' IHij 2,i't (Tt
lalti. Shore UV't 14P'i 141 ' 141,
1-otiia. & Nash 44', 44 4:: 4:i3
1!. K. Texan i:,t ir, 1S U'i,
Manhawiin i;ie ioHj 12 KiPi, in
Xto. !... nv.' ZT,?, i!4' ssu
JSat. Cordage ,"i ft
Nut. Lead 2:,n,. . JTAi ' ' W3
N. .1. Central ...1IK) lm. n lani:
X.T..UK. W 14 II II 14
.i..s.w tii h4 m
X. Y., S. & IT... 21 "24 21 21
Xor. Tac. Vr 11 12 n 12
Ont. & West 1314 VH 13 jjk
Thll. Head 4 4 4 4
Hoiithern It. It si., K)i k'i 8
Tenn.. C. & Iron 27!i 27'i 2il 2,
Texas 1'aclllc 8 8 7' 7
1'nlon Taulllc 4 4 4 A'
Wabash i 0
Wabash, Tr li; p; . 11114 pia;
Wcstn Colon 84 ' 84?.; 8;!i-t , 8414
w. J-v...... Wi.'.li iovs n
V. H. Leather 10 10 10 ID
CHICAGO BOAitD OF TRADE PJUCE9.
. - 0P'n- HlKh- Imw Clos.
WHEAT. inff. est. est. Jna-.
July w r o w
08 f.0 58 6i'
1 corix"' " "Ti 19 ls m
July 2S 2f)4 28 : ST,
stay 277. at as
Tohk"" " 560 6W G-'B' 867
ilay 8.27 0.43 B.27 t.SS
io. Ditjjar lie ir C0..1UJI, nip.', tu-M
Atch., To. & 3. Fe... 14 14 14'I ir
nnada Southern 4S 4S 4.Sii
ches. . ohio ):; v,yt it4 14
hicuKo fins 65- T, t- w"a nr,'..
niea. .-N. w
ding Into wmi.inhflotl. If yonr tlnitchter I?
pule, complains of weakness, is "tired out"
upon the slightest exertion; if she is trou
bled with headache or backache, pain ill the
side; if her temper is fitful and her appetite
poor, she is in a condition of extreme peril,
a lit subject for the development of that
most dreadful of all discnues consumption.
If yon notice any of these symptoms lose no
time in iirocorim: Xr. Williams' I'ink Tills.
They will assist the patient to develop prop
erly and regularly ; they will enrich tlio
blood and restore health's roses to the
cheeks, bright eyes and it lightness of step
will surely follow their use, and ull danger
of consumption and premature death will he
averted. Wise mid prudent mothers will
insist upon their daughters tnkimr Hr. Wil
liams' I'ink Till uiioii the annroaeh of the
period of puberty, and thus avoid ull cliaucts
ol disease or tuny ueciiy.
DR. WILLIAMS' I'INK TILLS FOR
MEX-YOUXO AXD OLD.
Fvery uian who finds his menial faculties
nun or lulling, or ms puysicai powers uup
ciuir. whethir from overwork or worry, or
as the result of early indiscretions, or ex
cesses, should promptly tuko Dr. Williams'
I'ink Tills. They will restore his lost ener
gies, both physical and mental, build up the
IiIishI, restore the shattered nervous system,
and ward oil' insanity, the too frcqucut out
come, of excesses.
Follow Bloodlessnris and Nervous Pros
From the I'rrat, Xew York City.
For more than fifteen years, Sirs. A, Mather,
who lives m No. 4H Hast One-liumlred-and-twelfih
Street, New York, was a sulTcrer from
.imeiuia, which, in spite of the treatment of
physicians, craduallv developed into nervous
prostration until linallv marked svmptoins of
paralysis set iii. Mrs. ".Mather gladly gave the
reporter tier experience
''r'or many years," Mrs. Mather said, "I
was a consinnt suticrcr from nervousness. It
uns about tifleen years nuo thai my condition
heizan to tjrniv worse. Soon I became so af
fected that. I was prostrated and, until about
two years ul'd, was part of the time unable to
leave my lied. My blood became irrutly im
poverished and after years uf suffering 1 was
tlircntvtied with paralysis.
" When I walked I could scarcely ilrntr my
feet aloud and at times my knees would iivo
away so that 1 would almost full down. I-'ccl-ini;
that doctors could not help me, 1 hud little
hope of recovery, until one day 1 read in a
newspaper how a person, nlllieted almost tlio
same as I was, had been cured by Dr. Wil
liiims' I'ink Tills for Tide Tcople. I pur
chased n box und hejiiin taking the pills. The
ell'cct of this first Ihix pleased me so much
Ihut I hoiiuM another. Ilefore 1 had taken all
the pills in the first box I besun to expe
rience relief and, after the third box bad been
used, I hud been practically cured. It was
really surprisine what a speedy and pro
noiMiceil effect the medicine hud upon me.
"I always keep Dr. Williams' Tink Tills
in the house now, and when I feel any symp
toms of nervousness find that they give iuc
These Tills are manufactured bv the Dr.
Willisinis Medicine Company, Schenectady
N. Y., and are soid only in boxes bearin
Ihe firm's trade murk and wrapper, ut 5
cents it box or six boxes for Jj.ui), and nr
never sold in bulk. They may be bad e
all ilrut'insts or direct hy mail from Di
Williams' Medieit" Cn.-nnnpw.
Scrunton Hoar J of Trade Kxehanco Ouo-
tation.t-All Quotatioas liased on far
of 1 (10.
Name. Bid. Asked.
Oreen Khljre Lumber Co Ill)
Mime Dep. & DIs. Hank 139
Scrunton Lace Curtain Co r.n
National Horlns & Drilling Co. ... btf
First National Hank 650
Thuron Coal Lund Co in)
Seinnton Jar & Stopper Co 2."
Seranton Glass 'o j
Spring Ilronk W'uter Co 1(10
Fdmhurst Boulevard Co leo
. Seranton Axle Works go
Third National Hank 3,10
Lucka. Trust and Safe Dep. Co ... lfl)
Seranton Packing- Co 9715,
Seranton Savlntts Hank 200
l.acku. Iron & Steel Co 1M
Weston Mill Co
Seranton Traction Co 15
Honta Plate Class Co io
Scrunton Cur Keplacer Co JijO
Seranton Class Co loo
Seranton Pass. Hallway, first
inortKUSe due 1018 no
Seranlon Traction Co 93
People's St rent Hallway, llrst
mortffai;c due IM1S HO
Seranton PitUton True. Co.. ... 90
: People's Street Hallway, Sec
ond montane due 1C20 no ...
I.neka. Valley Trac, Co., llrst
niortgaKO due 1825 f)
Dickson SlaniifnetnrliiK Co ()
Lncka. Township School 5TJ 102
City of Seranton Street Imp ... It!
Sij-unton Axle Works 100
Xew York Produce Market.
Xew York, Jan. 3. Flour Quiet, steady.
iinchanRfil. Wheat Dull, firmer; No. 2 red
store and elevator, !,4c.; uotlat, 71e.; f.
o. b.. t'.U:'in701..e. : ungraded red. iila72e No.
1 northern, U7''ic. ; options closed llrm ut
V advance, following the west and on
IK'Iti receipts; red January, We.; .March,
CNc; May. ir.'jc.; July, liiPie. Corn Dull,
llrm. No. 2 at 34e. elevator; 35c. aoalll;
optlonH vmy dull and without feature,
cioslnR ie. lower and steady; January and
May. l:isc. Outs Dull, firm; options, dull,
nominally unuhHiixed; January, 23'ic ;
February, 23'i.c.; March, 23c.; May, 23Tse.;
sjiot prices No. 2 at 23Vie.; No. 2 white,
24.Je.; No. i Chicago, 24Uc.; No. 3 at 22!sc;
No. 3 white, KiHse.; mixed western,' adi.a
2l'c.; white state and western, 2la27e.
Heef hams Frlni: il 5a 15.50. Tlerced beef
Slow; city extru India mess, J?lii.50al7. Cut
Meats I'nchangcd. Lard Uulet, firmer;
western steam, ?5.70 asked; January, 15.05,
nominal; retlned,' quiet; continent, $c,.io;
South America, fi.40; compound, 4ai,.
I'ork Firmer; mess. $9.25a9.u0. Hutter
Fancy firm, fair demand; unchanged.
Cheese Moderate demand, unchanged.
Kggs Light receipts; choice firmer; state
Hind Pennsylvania. 20a2iic.; southern. 21a
'24c; Ice house, liin$)i:.;-do. case, J3.75a4.23;
western fresh, J2a2Tie.
lluffnlo l.lvo stock.
' Riiffnlo. X, Y Jan. 3. Cattle Firm,
strong; good steers, $ta4.25. Hogs High
er; good yorkers, t3.7nu3.85; extra, t3.'J0a
3.95; mixed packers, t3.75aS.S0; roughs,
Kta3.25; stugs, t2.75u:t. Sheep and lambs
Steady for sheep, lower for lambs; best
lams, l'au.25; good, 4.t5a4.9U; mixed sheep,
t2.25a2.75; choleo, $3a3.10; no demand for
Toledo Groin .Market.
Toledo. O., Jan. 3. Close Wheat Re
ceipts, 82,755 bushels; shipments, 2.800 bush
els; llrm; No. 2 red cash, 7e.; May, 68e.j
July. 65c; No. 3 red cash, 85c. Corn Re
ceipt. ,57,102 bushels: shipments, 45,2UI
bushelsj quiet; No. i mixed cash, 26Vc;
No. 3 do.", 25t.e.; No. 3 yellow, 27c. Oats
Kecelpts 1.M0O bushels; shipments, 3,000
bushels; nothing doing. Cloverseed Re
ceipts, 123 bags; shipments, 581 bags; prime
cash, t.3u; March.
Philodelphla Tnllow Market
Philadelphia, Jan. 3. Tallow Is steady,
but dull. We quote: City prime, In hogs
heads, 3atc; country, prime, In barrels,
3c.; do., dark. In barrels, 3'ia3c.; cakes,
4(4e. grease, Fjc.
Oil Market. " .,
Oil City, Pa., Jan. 3.-The oil market
openedi tl.M; highest. tl.47S4; lowest, tl.4;
closed, tl.47'A bid. Standard's price, il.W.
M'ASIIINGIOX CiOSSIK I
513 Fourteenth street, X. W.,
Washington, Jan. 3.
The fight now going on between ex
Speaker Crisp and Hoke Smith, secretary
or the Interior, for the senntorahip to suc
ceed General Gordon, of Georgia. Is one
of the prettiest political bouts ever carried
on from the national capital. Of course,
the officii! 1 duties of both gentlemen keep
ihem In Washington most of the time. See
fetury Smith has endeavored to convince
th people of Georgia that he wps the ad
ministration candidate, and was successful
11 a measure until congress met a month
ago. One of Smith's strong p.oys was to
demonstrate, through Congressman Tur
ner, of Georgia, that Crisp was not the real
f ader of the Democratic minority In the
touse, and therefore nut entitled to elee
lon to the senate.
Hince congress convened Smith has en
deavored to force Turner to the front ns
eader of the house. Crisp at oife saw
ihrough the game Smith was putting up,
tnd vaulting Into the saddle took the lea.l
irhhlp himself. There Is 110 comparison
hetween Crisp ami Turner. The latter lsj
dow and deliberate, while the former Is
liilcl: to grasp a situation nnd make the
iiest of It. Nobody knows the relative
-landing of the two men as leaders of the
n!i;or;ty in the house better than President
Cleveland. In these trying times the ad
ministration needs a man of ex-Speaker
Crisp's caliber In the house. For that
euson Secretary Smith finds himself los
ing his grip on the administration, und Is
now practically out of the senatorial race.
Thu secretary and his friends are now say
.ii? niea things about General Gordon and
It will not be at all surprising to rind them
supporting him for re-election If they
think they can defeat Crisp by so doing.
The persona: and pulltical hntred which
exists between Crisp and Smith Is very
strong, and they are both ready to wreck
their own political fortunes to ruin each
That is the status of the senatorial light
in Georgia up to date.
II il II
The latest political gossip Is to the efiect
thut Senator yuay and Speaker Keed are
not us chummy as they were supposed to
bo previous to the meeting of congress or
rather since thu speaker announced his
committees Just before the holltlay re
cess. The committee assignments m'e
by Speaker Reed do not suit Senator Quay,
lie wanted Congressman Dulxell turned
down, but Instead the little Plttsburger
turned up sailing and Is a member of two
of the most Important committees of the
house rules and ways and means. It is
said Heed promised Quay before congress
met that he would place the Pennsylvania
member whurever he, pleased. Another
member tjuay had If In for was Reyluirn,
of Philadelphia, who was a member of the
famous combine lust summer. Heybiiru,
who had been a member nf Ihe committee
on rivers and harbors, was to be side
tracked for Acheson, of the other end of
the state. The latter and his friends were
almost willing to bet good money against
had that he would succeed Reyburu 0:1
that very important committee. A few
days, however, before the speaker an
nounced his committees, he sent for
Acheson and Informed hlin that ho would
have to be content with something else.
Congressman Acheson Is one of Quay's
most ardent supporters in western Penn
sylvania, and his turn down is still runk
llng in the craw of Senator Quay.
It is said that the Quay people In ntts
burg will put a Strom; tight ugnlnst Dul
zcll's renomlnatlon. They will likely pit
against him Murray Verner, a Tructlon
magnate, who lives In his district.
It would not be at all surprising to see
Quay pulling with Tom Pl.ttt. who has
come out tlat-footed for ex-Vice President
Morton, w hen the proper time comes.
' !l II
Representative dinner, of New York,
who has been (he target for nearly ev
ery newspaper paragraphia In the country
rineo he entered national polities, Is
dcMlinrd to at least make friends of the
letter carriers. He has Introduced u bill
in the house Increasing their pay. lie pro-poi-es
that In cities of more than 75,miO
population the pay for Ihe tlrst year's
service shall be S'iuo. the second year $sun.
the third vear tl.non and the fourth and
thereafter 'tl.200. The sume bill was In
troduced in the last congress but on
ncl'oiint of Ihe economic policies pursued
by the Democrats it was slde-trm ked.
II II II
President Cleveland has a great liking
for college statesmen. If you want a big
fat Job under the government all yon have
to do Is to flash a sheep-skin on (irover
and vou will get It. His selection of V ene
melan commissioners had proved this as
sertion, of course all of ihe gentlemen
named are college graduutes. but two of
them are college professors. vlE.: Andrew
D. White, of New York, and Daniel C. Hi -man,
of Maryland. The latter is presi
dent of Johns Hopkins university and the
former was nt one time president ot 1 or
nell university. President Cleveland is
not a college graduate himself, which fact
he seems to regret very much, und for ' that
reason, probably, he has great faith In
learned gentlemen. College professors are
all very well In their line, but few of them
have ever made great American states
men! Professor Wilson, the preeirt post-ninsler-gener.il.
Is a sample of the pro-fessor-statesman.
Congress Is expected to now buckle
,wn to real business. A short session is
F.dward Keating, of Wllkes-Batro, has
been granted an Increase in his pensjon.
neotRO jSIyers, of Townnda, Va.,
fntlier of Dr. Myers, niuue a uumiina
trip here on Friday.
Mrs. John Stewart is quite sick ai hit
Mrs. Hannah Bennett spent New
Year's day with friends In Seranton.
The schools of Did Forge township
will reopen on Monday, January C.
John Churles, of Pttnton, nnd Mrs.
Thomas English and son, of Wyoming-,
were the guests of Mrs. Thomas Cox
Rev. Mr. libatta, a Japanese student
In Drew Theological seminary, Rave his
lecture at lie New Year services in the
Brick church to a delighted audience.
After the lecture Mi, llrown, of the
same institution, preached.
Rev. V. O. Funk, pastor of the Old
Forsre and Duryoa Presbyterian
churches, was married on Wednesday
to Mtsa Anna Kerr, of Trenton, N. J.
A reception was tendered them on Fri
day evening by his congregation to
welcome Mrs. Funk Into their midst.
At the annual election nf officers for
the nrlck church Sunday school those
elected were as follows: Superinten
dent, C. H. Mttrcy; assistant superinten
dent, D. G. Reed; secretary, J. C. llrel
mycr: librarian, S. H. Hrosdhead, Jr.;
tr?S'!urer, William Kumerfleld; organ
ist. Margaret Brendhcad; assistant or
ircnlst. Mrs. J. n. Wilson; chorister,
Mrs. Nettie Lamont.
WARRANTED 'TO CURE 999
Out of Every Thousa-id Persons Aftliutcd
St Per Pint Rittle. Two Doses Relieves the
Most Malltfiiant Cass.
MRS. DR. HAMILTON. 34s Northampton
Street, Wllkts-Barre, Pa.
16 New York Street, Scrantn, Pa.o
CLIKNT DESIRES THE LOAN OFtO.i OO
on tlrst. mortgage on imnrnvotl property
WARREN & KNAI'P.
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ple goods at home or travel; liberal sal
ary or g ioi commis'ion; we send samples on
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P. (I. Box 110. New York citv.
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X candidate for Select Council from the Sev
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emens CHARLES M. ZITZEI. MAN.
PHK SOLDIER IN OUR CIVIL WAK."
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CEPT LOCAL PTTt'ATIONS AND HELP
WANTED, WHICH ARE INSERTED
j Help Wanted Mais.
! O ? ' show satpid'-a ami take ord. rs for
1 .ilumin m cocS. aiifu I 't'eis, nninWrs. ileor
1 plnt"H nud : vst.t iy of fV't specialties: el
j gai't sauries; Ptrlit, csy work; the now metal
is :i crest l-iiser: (fiSKl ie"W aim raeny; - u
seasons sn l n 11 I loe I diet. WOMLD FO.
CO., V4. Columbus. 1 ihlo.
CALKSsl N-TKADH B OK AND DE
t partmeut s'"res. also b r m ireantil tire
mium trades; big inductile ms Mid lib rid
treatment H. K C .. 7 ii. lil'.ti st.. N- w York.
GET-i-OUIl MEN ATiE MAKING $25
41 To si!! tier neeg. Sena rorri'oors r .us!
est so'l r in existence.
LYON a F. S. & H 11.
CO , Goshen, liul.
UTANTRD TRAVELING SALESMEN
with estsbllihoil nta to tiike s de line
for esfabli-h d house: $3 t Jli a day. G. H.
F1SF.ER. 425 Sprnco st.. scrsntnu, Pa.
UMXTED- S AO! NT IN EVERY SEC
lion tocanvats: 4 o0to$5 00adny made;
8 'lis nt sight; also lean to sell Maple Goods
to dealers: best st.lo 11 no (75.011 a month: sal
nry or lurg con mission? made; experience
iirinecessa y. Clifton Soap and Manufactur
ing Co., Cincinnati, O.
7ANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
' ev ry town to solicit stock subscrip
tions; a monopoly; big money lor agents; no
capital required. EDWAKD C. FISH CO,
liorden Block. Chicaro. 111.
Halo Wanted Females.
WANTED I ADY AGENT IN SCRAN
ton to sell and introduce Snyder's cake
Ictrg; expnriuueed canvniirr preferred; work
periuinnt and very profitable. Write for
part.eulrs at once 11ml get benefit of holiday
trade. T II. SNYDER & CO, Cincinnati, O.
V,r ANTED IMMEDIATELY TWO ENER
(ietio saleswomen to reprea-nt us.
Guaranteed $6 a day without interferiug witn
other Inties. Healthful occupation. Write
for particulars, inclosing stamp. Mango Cheni
I -nl ' 'iiinpany. No. 72 John street. Nr York.
1ENEHAL AGENTS WANTED-SELL-VI
ing new ai tit lis to dealers; exclnsive ter
ritory. mt competition, no capital required
'.00 to ."Uirier cent, profit Columbia Chemical
Co., W Denrliorn (,t., Chicago, 111,
J E DON'T WANT HOYS OR LOAFERS,
but men or ability; $;W0to f.ViO a month
to hustlers: state nnd general scents; snlarv
nud CDinnii-slon. RACINE rIRE ENGINE
t o.. Racine, Wis,
AliENTS WANTEO KVERY VVIIEKR TO
sell our new "Ideal Orator and Manual
of Elocution," embracing the Dclsarto system
of expression aad physical culture. Illus
trated; 40 photos from life. Bells at sirfht;
liliernl terms, Address SPECIALTY, tub
Station No Philadelphia. Pa.
AGENTS WAN TED TO SELL CIGARS:
S73 per month salary and expenses paid.
Address, with two-cent stamp, FIOARO CI
OAK CO.. Ciiioago.
UKN'I S-TO SELl7l?irT"RCTiCAL
gold, silver, nickel sad corper electro
plsters: price from t-l upward: snlnrv and ex
penses paid; outfit free. Aild ess, with stamp,
MICHIGAN MKO CO., Chicago.
AGENTS TO SELL CIGARS TO DEALERS;
$ woeklv and expenses; experience un
necessary. ( ONSOLIDATED 11FG. CO., 4S
Vun liure.i st., Chicago.
SALESMAN TO CARRY SIDE LINE; 25
O per cent, eoniinissioni sample book
niniteu tree. Autlress U N, CO., station L,
XTONtr4"ENTS APPOINTED TO
il sell new liuhtnina selllinr table cloth. mos
quito and housefly liquid ut 10 cents and -.'5
cb'hs a do tie. sainruo tree. BOLU1ANU
M'F'G Co., Baltimore, MU.
AGENTS-UISDE'S PATENT UNIVEK
sal Hair Curlers nnd Wavers (yisd with
out ho.it), and "PyrPolntd"Hair Pins. Lib
eral roiutnihsioDs. Freo sr.mple and fall. par
ticulars. Adilress P. . Kox 4tvi. New York.
( lark's Oreen. for a torm of ve.Lrs. An.
ply to OEOKOE 13. DAVIDfcON, Attorney,
al2 Spruce street
OFKICF.S IN TRADERS' NATIONAL
Rank fulbllng for rent. CHARLES
I.OR RENT-FUR ISRED ROCM. WITH
1 or withoif board, suitable for two per.
sons. i'.M Adams sve.
l.'OR REST SIX ROOM f HOC8EON WEST
I Lackawanna avenue. Address I HOMAS
E. EVANS, acar lias J.uerne, Hyde Par.
I .'OR RENT NIC'Ei, 1 FURNISHED HALL
suitable for lodge rooms, JOHN JEtt
M YN, 110 Wyomilig uvenu-.
I 'OR RENT THE PR MISES RECENTLY
as th LI eser Building, corner of Si rues St.
and I enu avo. Possession clveti iuiTuediately.
The pieml es consist of the b tiding in ne
rear of thu buildiug on the corner of spruce
street and 1 enn avenue, toge her with the
basement, and also the entiro fourth floor of
tho corner buildiug. Can l e rented for Lodgn
purposes as well as put. bo meetings. Siz-s of
"all, t:ixloo with a s cond hall on same
floor. Slx-'S. For particulars Inquire on
the premises, .f Rudolph I!locs.-r, or at tho
nlYf of Til ' ersrton T.ilot"i.
I.'OR BALE -OEKK'E DESK WITH ROLL
top and 01 111b nation lock, solid oak,
length 48 inches, width 0:1 in lies; as good as
new;ch ap. At till Birch s .
IOK SALE-HPrtAO VAC1IINE. CAPAtJ
X1 ity from I.OPO 102.0O11 pur day; pi. ojrt).
Inquire of F. F. DOMMERMUTH. voca, Pa.
IOR SALE-0ROOM HOUSE: MODERN
iinproveme ts: 20 Madison arenu-. Dun
more. V A I.TEH BRIOUS, Attorney, Com-
micwenlth BuiMlng. nr M H. HO O vrK.
Wanted o Rent.
in Seranton, from . pril 1, ltflnt, a house
containing not less than ton rooms with
modern improvements. Address L., Tribune
VO'lICE IS Hl' REBY GIVEN THAT TUB
i' annual meeting of the stockholders of
tho El ookside Coal Company will lie held at
the office of the con-panv, 421 Lackawanna
ave., ser nton, Pa., at 10 o'clo in tho fore
noon. Friday. Jarnarv 17, 1WNI, for the pur
pose of electing directors for the ensuing year
and the transaction of such other business as
m y properly coma lieforo the meeting.
By order ot President-
rpilK ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
X stockholders of the Third National Bank
of Seranton will be held in tho directors' room
of its banking house on Tuesday afternoon,
January 14, Is", from 3 to 4 o'clock.
HENRY BE LIN, .tit.. Secretary.
OTICE 19 HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
i.1 annual moeting of th stockholders of
the Spring Brook vat r Company will be
held at the otilce of the company in iloosic,
Lackawanna county, Pa., on F iday, January
24, IBM, at lit o'clock a. ro., for the purpose of
electing directors for the ensuing year and
the transaction of such other business as may
properly come before the meeting.
L. A. WATRES. Secretary.
'PRE ANNUAL S 1OCKHOLDERS' MEET
X I114 nf the Weston Mill Company will be
held at the First National Bank Saturday
evening, January 11, at H. o'clock.
A. W. DICKSON, Secretary.
Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
partnership btwoen Alex ind -r Phillips
and benjamin J. Davies, lately doing business
as bottlers under the Hnn name of Phillips &
Davies, No. lliiO Eynon street. City ot Seran
ton, Pa . was ditsolrcd on the 12tb day of July,
A. 0, IKon, as far as relates to snid Benjamin
Davies, by the sale of thn int -ras'. of said Ben
jamin J. Davies to Benjamin B. Anthonr. All
debts owing to the said partnership are to be
Daid to the said Alexander Phillips and Ben
jamin B. Antb uy, who will hereafter conduct
the said business under the firm name of
Philbps b Anthony.
BENJAMIN i. DAVIES.
BENJAMIN & ANTHOXt.
Great Special Sale of 700 pieces of Cotton Goods saved from the Appletou Mills
fire. Consists of White Domet Flannels, Outiug Flannels in checks and stripes,
Single and Doub'e Nappad Cheviots, Grey Domet Flannels, etc.,
These goods are all worth from 6c to 15c per yard.
The bulk of the stuff is in first-class condition, only a small percentage being
slightly damaged by smoke and water, not enough, however, to seriously
affect the. value of the goods.
In connection with this sale of the Appleton fire goods we propose to conduct a
special Clean-Up Sale for the next three weeks in all departments previous to our
The economically inclined -buyer and the bargain hunter will find goods and prices
to their entire satisfaction during this sale.
Watch the papers for special announcements from time to time.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
AKH1 O TA KEN IN AT K!l ACALE.M Y
St., Hyde Park.
A eiiVNXKV lJlRirwrH OOOD REEER
' mice and experience in housework de
sires a place in the central eity m order that
she may attend the blk-h school. Addresa D.
M , 61 Olive st.
C1TUATMN WANTED AH AOENT OU
O as a collector by a man ot buMiu- ss quali
fications, well used to tbo city and out ot cite,
with Kood habits and flrst-chua reference,
but) West Market st.
REGISTERED PHARMACIST WANTS
position, city or Oiurtry, speaks Enitl s!i
and 0"rmau. Address PHARMACIST, Vriu
younit lady as stenographer nnd type
writer; also possesses a thorough Knowledge
or accounts; wants position iinmctltately. Au
dress AM B1TIOUS. U.M Wkawanna ave.
ciTUA'iiojT wTnted-ry atailor
O cau work ou pants, coats or vests; will
work for low waves bv the week: citv or
country. Address DAVID FELDMAN, Ztt
OITIATION WANTED-RY A YOUNU
. - ia.iy on sii'noKrsiiuer; reierences given.
Address Box ."I, Old Forms I'a.
llfANTED-BY AN ELDERLY LADYT
IV situation as housekeeper, or will tuki
care of an invalid or children. Address E. L,
u rriima-i oiticn.
SITUATION WANTKD BY A YOUNG
O man, areZ!, us bnrtouder: can speak En-
Riisu anu uermun. Address H. R. B., H Ad
anis ave., city.
SITUATION WANTED -YOUNG MAN,
age '..", is very anxious to get. a posifon;
is a good hustler: will work at anything;
would liko to pet in a Btore or wholesale
bouse; habit h are the best; can give good ref
eivnvei. Addrens &1H Adams ave.. rit y.
CITUATlOjf WANTED-A YOUNG MAN
C wauts a permanent position: will furnish
$100 security. Address W. (t. , Tribune office.
OfTUTlojTWAN I ED AS A FIRST CLASS
O butcher, who thorougiily understands tlie
meat business. Can comm.tnd a big trade.
I'refars to work In a shop, ills W. M irket St.
bo kkeepsr and acrnun ant. Would
makearrangeineDts to keep traders' books for
two or three hours dady. 'Jerms u.oderate.
Address OMEGA. Tribuno office.
VT ANTED BY A MIDDLE AGED MAV
' of Sd years, experience in general
mercantile bnsinesi, a position as clerk or
managor. Auuress atanager, t riDune otilce
ITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
ipilj wry iiiii.'ii 111 lice, 1 01 . urn , m hi
tlon in store ct oIB. e; nho exp rieneeu In
dress mnkinir. Address t D. H . Illl P.nost.
TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT C'EK
i illcate No. 2iW, dated April 17, ls. for
'Ml shares of the capital stuck of the Seranton
Lace Curtaiu Miinufucturiiig Company, bat
boen lest nr mislaid. All perrons are cau
tioned airomil biiyiiigornegotiatiuitthea me,
as its transfer his been stopped and now
certificate appliod for.
DR. WILLIAM A. TAFT, PORCELAIN.
Bridge and Crown work. Olilce, Z'ii
C. C. LAUBACH. SURGEON DENTIST.
No. 115 Wyoming avenuet
R. M. HTHATTON, OFFICE COAL Ex
change. Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. A. THAPOLD, SPECIALIST IN
Diseases of Women, corner Wyoming
avenuo find Spruce street, Seranton. of
fice hours, Thursdays and Saturdays,
ft a. m. to tf o. m..j '
DR. Q. EDGAR DEAN HAS REMOVED
to CIO Spruce street, Seranton, Pa.
(Just opposito Court House Square.)
DR. KAY, 8M PENN AVE.; 1 to 3 P. if.:
call 20S2. DIs. of women, cbstrc-trlca and
and all dis. of chll.
DR. W. E. ALLEN, 812 North Washington
DR. C. L. FP.EY, PRACTICE LIMITED,
diseases of the Eye. Eur, Nose and
Throat; office, 12! Wyoming ave. Resi
dence, B21yine street.
DR. L. M. GATES, 125 WASHINGTON
avenue. Oftice hours, g to 9 a. m., I.M
to 3 and 7 to si p. m. Residenco 309 Madi
DR. J C. BATESON. TUESDAYS AND
Fridays, at D05 Linden street. Office
hours 1 to 4 p. m.
WARREN KNAPP, ATTORNEYS
and Counreliors at Law. Republican
building, Washington avenue, Seran
JESSUPS A- HAND. ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at Law, Commonwealth
building, Washington avenue.
W. H. JESSUP,
HORACE K. HAND.
W. H. JESSUP. .TR
PATTERSON A WILCOX. ATTOR
neys and Counsellors at Law; offices 6
and Library building. Seranton. Pa.
ROSEWELL H. PATTERSON.
WILLIAM A. WII.COX.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND,
Attorneys and Counsellors, Common
wealth building. Rooms 19, 20 and 21.
FRANK-T. OKELL, ATTORNEY-AT
Law, Room 5, Coal Exchange, Scran-
JAMES W. OAKFORD, ATTORNEY-at-Law,
rooms 63, CI and 63, Common-
wes 1 th bulldin It.
SAMUEL W. EDGAR. ATTORNEY-AT-Law.
Ofllce. 317 Spruce St.. Seranton. Pa.
L. A." WATERS, ATTOnNEY-AT-LAV
423 Lackawanna ave.. Seranton, Pa.
URIB TOWN8END, ATTORNEY-AT-Lnw,
Dime Hank Rulldlng, Seranton,
Money to loan in largo sums at S per
C. R. PITCHER. ATTORNEY-AT-Inw,
Commonwealth building, Seranton,
H. C. 8MYTHE, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
400 Lackawanna avenue.
C. COMEGYS, 321 SPRUCE STREET.
D. M. ItEPLOGLE. ATTORNEY LOANS
negotiated on real estate security. 4uS
B. K. KILLAM. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
1!0 Wyoming ave., Bcrnnton, Pa.
JAS. J. H. HAMILTON, ATTORNEY-AT-law.
45 Commonwealth hld'g. Seranton.
J. M. C. RAXCK. 13S WYOMING AVE.
ASSORTED INTO FIVE
Lot 2. Lot 3.
632-G04 LACXL IV, COR. Mm
JOS. KUETTEL, REAR BU LACKA
wanna avenuo, Seranton, Pa., manufaj
turer of Wire Screens.
EDWARJD II. DAVIS, ARCIHTECT
Rooms 24. 26 and 2ti, Commonwealth
E. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT, OFFICE
rear of C06 Washington avenue.
LVL13 HANCOCK. JR., ARCHITKCtT
a Spruce at., cor. Wash, ave., Seranton.
BROWN & MORRIS. ARCHITECTS,"
Price building, 1M Washington avenue,
SkH?.L S' TH LACKAWANNA,
bcranton. Pa., prepares boys and girls
lor college or business; thoroughly
w!r.a y,'!unr children. Catalogue at re
quest. Opens September .
KEV. THOMAS M. CANN,
. WALTER H. RUELL. J
H."i!f a0"??.1' ,412 Adnms avenue, opens
Sept. 9. Kindegarten 310 per term.
THE REPUBLIC SAVINGS AND
Loan Association will loan you money
on easier terms and pay you bolter on
Investment than nny other association.
Ca on S. N. Cullender, Dime Bank
O. R. CLARK ft CO.. SEEDSMEN AND
Nurserymen; store 14 Washinitton ave
nue; green house. 1330 North Main ave
nue; store teb-phono 7S2.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 125 and 127 FRANK-
lin avenue. Kales reasonable.
P. S5EIGLER. Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D.. L. ft W.
passenger depot. Conducted on tho
European plan. VICTOR KOCH. Prop.
Cor. Sixteenth St. and Irvln;? Place.
Bates, $3.50 per day and upwards. (Ameri
can plan). E. N. ANARLE.
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA MUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed
dings and concert work furnished. For
terms address R. J. Bauer, conductor.
117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulhert's
MEGARGEK BROTHERS? PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
WarehoUEC, 130 Washington ave.. Scran-
FRANK P. BROWN & CO., WHOLE
yale dealers In Woodware. Cordage and
till Cloth. 720 West Lackawanna ave.
THOMAS AUBREY, EXPERT Ac
countant nnd auditor. Rooms 1!) and 20,
Williams Building, opposite postoffice.
Agent for the Rex Fire Extlneiilsher.
NSUAAAiA vy.-.As.JN-svV WVH SVVW
Ccntrul KiiiliouJ of New Jersey.
(Lehigh ana susqueimnna Division.)
AO VIII U. I vr mow.. r.blUBIIC.) J 1 1 J J .
Ins clesnllness nnd comfort.
TIME TAH1.K IN EKFKCT NOV. 17. ISM.
1 ruins itruvv otiM-muii iut n:4iun.
Wllk"s-Barre. etc.. ut 8.20, 9.1S, 11.30 a.m..
I.2U. 2.W. 3.U5. 5.0". 7.H) P. m. Sundays, D.vo
a. m., 1.00. 2.15, 7.10 p. m.
For Atiuntln i'ltyv.2ij a. m.
t Or iew i Ji iv. .nrwurn unu r.liztllini n,
8.20 (express) a. m., I.a (express with Ititf
fet parlor car), 3.03 (express) p. m. Sun
.inc 11'. y m Trnln lnvlnn. In n n
..IV f" ---- ....... i . . v . .11.
arrives at Philadelphia, H.ading Term
inal, 6.21 p. m. and New York 6.4 p. m.
For Mduch Chunk, All"iitnwn. Bethle
hem, Easton nnd Philadelphia. S.20 u. m..
1.20. 2M. 5.00 (except Philadelphia) p. m.
Sunday, 2.10 p. m.
eor wjiiki i.i"-n. vlc.ui uiuvc, etc., ut
,20 a. m., 120 p. m.
t ..n .1 1 -r I I. n n n nn.l II 1 1
via Allentown. 8.20 a. m., 1.20, i.oo p. ni.
a.mriov ' 1 r. m
For Pottsvllle, 8.20 a. m.. 1.20 p. m.
Heturnlntf leave New York, foot of Lib
erty street. North River, at 9.10 (express)
a. m., 1.10, 1.30, 4.30 texpress with Buffet
parlor car) p. m. Sunday, 4.29 a. m.
Leave Phl'a Jelphln, Reading Terminal.
,w a. in., .w aim 1'. hi. ouniiay li.27
ThrotiRh tickets to all points at lnTvpat
rates miiy be had on application In ad
vace to tho ticket nitent at the station.
M. 1. 1IALDW1N.
Gen. Pna AAf
J. H. OLHAUSEN. Gtn. Supt.
ROAD. Commencing Monday,
July 30, all trains will
arrive at new Lacka
wanna avenue station
Tiains will leave Scrah-
ton station for ra'hondnle and Interme.
dlato points Ht 2.2?; 5.4o 7.00. 8.2., and 10.K
a. m.. 12 00, 2.20, 01j '- 910 unc
For'Furvlew. Wnymart and Honesdnle
at 7.O0. 8.25 and 10.10 a. m.. 12.00, 2.20 and 5.15
''For Albany. Saratoga, the Adirondack
and Montreal at 5.45 u. m. and 2.20 p. m.
For Wllkes-ltarre anu iiiii'rmcuiarp
lolnts at 7.45. 8.4-. 9 38 and 10.43 a. m.,12.03,
20. 2.JS, 4.no. 5.10. 6.05, 9.15 and 11.38 p. m.
Train, will arrive at Seranton station
from Carhondale and Intermediate polnt'i
at 7.40. 8.40, 9.34 and 10.40 a .m.. 12.00, 1.17,
X.S4, 1.40, 4.54, B.B5. 7.45. 9.11 nnd tl.33 P. m.
From Honefidalc, Waymart and Far
view at 9.31 a. in., 12.00. 1.17, 3.40, S.55 and
7.46 p. m.
From Montreal, Saratoga, Albany, etc.,
at 4.54 and 11.33 p. m.
From Wllkes-Barra nnd Intermediate
points at I.1R. 8 01, 10 06 nnd ll.6 a. m.. l it
114. 3.39. S.10. 6.08. 7.20, 9.03 and 11.16 p. m.
BUHt. li'SMJW"l ' mm
Make Over Mattresses,
Make and Repair Spring
Sell Iron Beds,
Make Fine Mattresses
X'nv. 17 1U9.it
Train leaves Hrrnnlnn fop Thllmlnln'M
and New York via I). H. R. R. at l.i
, ii. xv., u.uu, o.vti, a. m., ana
Leave Seranton for Plttston and Wllke
Barre, vm l. L. W. R. R., S.00. '.(, 11.
a. m., S.tu, ti.07. 8.52 p. m.
Leavo Seranton for White Haven, II;
sieion, j'ottsvillo nnd all points on t
inr in. -aiiow and I'otisvuie Drnncni
via K. W. V. R, R., 6.S9 a. in., via D
n. xi. n. at l. ll ii. m.. 12. Ub, 1.20, 3.SS, 4.110
"i -. via p., L,. W. K. K. li.00, 8.0S, 11.
in. j.o'r, o.iii p. ni.
Leave Sr.r". i fn. 126.96.36.1991 . rn
Reading, Harrisburg and nil Intermei1
points, via r Jt- l Tf v 7.43 n m
tP''J'00 11SS m- via D.. U"d
"l xi.., o.ini. 5.11s. ii.vo n. m., 1.3a p. m.
Leave Seranton for Tunkhannock,
wamia. Elrnlra, Ithaca. Geneva and!
Intermediate points via D. & H. R. R.I
n Vr 2"' n-3s P-.1l - vlil V i
... o.i-j, i,.iK a. m.. p. m. 1
v, avo Scrunton for Rochester, Buff
...uHiua rails, jietrott, Chicago an
I"0?. 11.28 p. m., via D., L. & W. 1
and FlttStOn .lnnr-tlnn S 10 O Kr. a m
8.M p. m., via E. & W. V. R. R., 2.41 p.
For Elmira and the west via Palam
V "l U" rH- n- R - I-48 " " OS. 6.05
I'i'i,1?;,1' w- 8 08, 8.56 a. m.
Mll'l U.VI p. HI.
Pullman parlor nnd sleeping or
cnalr enrs nn nil imin. i.in..... t
Ttinctlon or Wllkes-Barre and Now
Philadelphia, Buffalo, and Buspi
, . Jl2I'MN' WTLMUR. Gen. S
i vT; ,,,n- Agt.,Phii
" 1 .1 X r'.M.U Hp.K. Asst.
Pass. Agt., South Bethlehem. Pa.
Del., Lack, and Western.
Effect Monday, Juno 24, 1895.
Trains leavo Seranton im IV.li. ....
Pr'.i'fr16: Jolk and a!1 Points -Ei
1.40. J.E0. 6.15. 8.00 and 6.55 a. m.: 12.5S i
3.34 D. m.
Express for Enston, Trenton, Philade
ihiiu mm inn nourn, o.ij, 8.00 and 9.55 a.
l?.r.-i n nrl ?. :14 r, m
ashlngton and way stations. 3.G3 p.' ml
Tobyhanua accommodation, . 10 p. m
Express for Hlnghamton. Oswego. E'
mfra. CornlnK, Hath, Dansville, Moun
Morris and HiiPThIo, 12.10, 2..13 a. m., an
1.21 p. m.. making close connections a
Buffalo to all points in the West, North
west and Southwest. i
Bath accommodation, 9 a. m. 1
Blnghamton nnd way stations, 12.37, p.n
Nicholson ucconjmodntlon, 6 p. m. i
Binghamton and Elrnlra Express, f.i ,
p. m. 1 k; .
Exprrss for Cortland, Syracuse. Ostvego
Ptica and Itlchtlcld Springs, 2.35 a .mi and
1.24 p. m.
Itbnra, 2.35 and Bath 9 n. m. and 1.21, p.m.
For Northumberland, Plttston, Wilkes.
Barre. Plymouth. Bloomsburg and Dan
ville, making ctoc connections at North
umberliind for Wllliamsport, Harrlshurg,
Baltimore, Warhliigton and the South.
Northttmberliinil und Intermediate st.1
tlons, 6.00, 0.55 n. m. nnd 1.30 and G.07 p. m.
XuntnoKe anu iniermeuiato stations,
S.W nnd 11.20 a. m. Plymouth and Inter
mdiiite stations, 8.40 and 8.52 p. m.
Pullman pnrlor and sleeping coaches on
all express trains.
For detailed Information, pocket tlm
tnhles. etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city
ticket oftice, ,T? Lackawanna avenue, or
depot ticket office.
Erie und Wyoininj; Valley.
Trains leave bciuitsa sor New Yorlc
and Intermediate, points on tho Erie rail
road at 7.00 a. ni. and 3.2D p. ui. Also for
Honesdale, Hawley and locaj points at
;.0u, !f.40 a m. und Z.29 p. m.
All the above are through trains to an
Trains leave for Wilkes-Earre at 6.3 a,
m. and 3.19 p. m.
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