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TtTE FCRANTON ' TH1BT7KE SATtJRDAT MOKNUTd. FEBRUABT - H. 1896.
SF.IOTHERinG SEflSATIOIIS IT IIIGHT; PALPI
IIIIOII Oil SLIGHT EXERTION.
Doctors Named it Variously as Asthma,. Goitre,
Nervous Prostration and Heart Trouble.
The Patient Describes the Case. For Anyone who
has had the Symptoms the Account
will be Interesting.
From the UeporUr, Vuyahoga FMl, Ohio.
On of tbl mint beautiful of nature'
lovely spots 1 the varied township of Tall
niadge iu tSiiniiuit County, Ohio. Here are
rolling, undulating hills uuil beautiful forest
scenery ; hill, wood and meadow spread their
charming pauoruuia before the eyea of tlie
truveier anil an he look, he thinks, here is
Arcadia, where one may live after nature's
tuotlol iu beautiful simplicity und revel iu
health and happiness.
Yet, even hero iu thin r.Uco, where fruit
and flowers and patoriil scenes wean the
heart from the elly und its turmoil, insidious
disease steps in und destroys a I'uruilise. it
vu thus in a beautiful billiide home; sur
rotltidrd by an orchard, with flower beds sur
rounding it, the oozy white bouse look like
the abode of comfort. It is tic home of K.
J. Vance, who cultivates aurnll fruit in
tiiniuier und in winter plit. the trade of
broom maker. Blest with a lovely wife,
darling child and u pretty farm, tin otitiider
might look iu vuin for the thorn hidden
among the roses. Htit a few years ago this
life became wretched when tlie father and
husband was afflicted with what appeared to
he an incurable malady. During the Mill,
mall hours of uilit when sleep and rest,
twin blevinir, hover ovir mankind, ter
rible nnttcrim would seize iiimui him ;
gradually the disease wore upon him, wreck
lug his nervous system and clutchim with
cold lingers at heart und brain. This went
on for u longtime and fricads saw mi relief
before hi in hut the last sleep ofdeutli. Hut
It is now ull changed : freed from this over
tanging bentu of illness, K. J. Vance is
once more' able to enjoy lite, the comforts of
home and tlie joys nt family love. How it
happened is recorded in the following inter
" 1 had treated with so many physicians,"
aid Mr. Vance, speaking of his recovery
from his long time' illness, "that I began t
believe nothing could lie done for me. I
tried two doctors at the Fulls and then spent
a lot of money on specialists who made great
twits iu Akron, but I grew no better.
"What did they iy ailed your" "My
heart was affected. I suffered so severely
with heart trouble flrot I wonder I lived to
ti'll the tale. My life was a torture. 1 ex
pected every time 1 had u bad spell, and that
was nearly every night, that I should die.
1 grew so nervous 1 waa well nigh insane."
' How then do you acconnt for your pres
ent healthy condition? You certainly look
Tery well now."
"When I was nearly distracted with the
nia of my (linear and niy inability to get
lelp, a boy came along und threw 'into my
carriage n little pampUet, advertising the
merits of Dr. Williams' i'ink Pills for Pale
l'eople. I thought I would try them but
hesitated because I believed it could do no
good ; but that night 1 had a worse attack
than usual, and as soon ris I was able to get
out I drove over to Cuvalmga Kails and
bought the Pink Pills for 'Pule People at the
irtig store of F. Hchnee & Co."
" And the result 1"
" I have never had (mother attack of the
"What was the not lire of your disease ?"
" Doctors named it variously, as usthuui,
mitre, uerrous pristratiou and heart
" What did they call the disease ?"
"Most of them said, it whs heart disease:
two told me I had t'e worst form of heart
disease, valvular disease of the h-art. and
assured me eotiid never be any belter."
" How did it affect, you ?
" I used to awake from sleep with the sra
ration of smothering and had to get into tha
open air quickly ; my arms would often ha
numb to the shoulders and my lets would
feel dead. My throat felt as if an iron band
was fastened around it and iny brain felt
lieavv and cou fused. Hut it is so loug sine
1 had an attack that 1 don't believe i re
wemlter how bad oil 1 waa."
'How long ia it since you hod one of these
" Not since I took the tirst die of the
Pink I'ilU; that was about the tirst of Feb
" How loug did you continue to take tha
" i took it regularly until July lust ; and
I keep it on hand tor fear of a return."
" ilow did the medicine afl'ect you ? "
"Apparently like so much water; but tho
strange thing ia that ull the stud I took that
waa prescribed lor me never had the slight
est ellect. 1 laid the spells right along ; but
1 never had oue ttfler taking the tirst dose of
"That is very wonderful. lid you change
your mode of life at that time ?"
"Not at all."
"Tn what do you attribute the cure
then ? "
"To the Pink Pills for Pule People and
their aetioti on the circulation. 1 believe,
though, thcnicdiciiiedues not always net the
same. My wife was not very well und I in
dticed her to try thetn. At tirst they iiinda
her sick, but she soon found herself able to
tuke them and tliey have built her up ion."
" Are you w illing 1 should publish what
you have told ine? "
"Yes, 1 think if my words can save any
one from sunVriug as this medicine lias
saved nie, I ought to he glad to have others
know wiiat 1 gained by taking Pink Pill
lor rnte renpie-
STATU OF OHIO, )
K. J. Vance, who being first dulv sworn.
says the matters mid fiicts set forth herein
are true as he verily believes.
Sworn to anil subscribed iu niy presence
this i!tilh duv of August, IS'.'.").
skalI. ('. X. IM'nski.I.. Xotary Pullie.
Mr. Vance's postoflire address is Cuyahoga
The foregoing ia but one of many wonderful
cures that have beeu credited to Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills for I'ale People. Diseases which
heretofore have been supposed lobe incurable,
such as locomotor ataxia and paralysis succumb
to this wonderful medicine as readily as the
most trilling ailments. In niuny cares the re
ported cures have been investigated by the
leading newspapers and verified in every pos
sible manner, and in no ease has the leant
semblance of fhtml been discovered. Their
fame has spread to the far ends of civilization
and there is hardly a drug store in this country
or ubrnad where they cannot be found'.
Dr. William!' Pink Pills coutuin, in a roc
deused form, all the elements necessary to give
new life und richness to the blood una restore
shuttered nerves. They are nu unfailing
specific tor such diseases as locomotor Mtuxia,
partial paralysis, Mi, Vitus' dunce, sciatica,
neuralgia, rheumatism, nervous hraducbe, the
after effect of lit grippe, palpitation of the
heart, pale and aalmw complexions, all forms
of weakness either in mule or female. Pink
Pills ure sold by ull dealers, or will be sent
post paid on receipt of price, flu cents n box,
or six boxes for fti.50, by addressing Dr. Wil
liiuus' Medicine Couipau'y, fjchencctjdv X- Y
companies ..nerving nau
late tnvUruf .Tobacco
from 7!V td 7t?!J and this
along the'-lihe. The pro
THE WORLD OF BUSINESS
Wall street Review.
iW York, Fb. 7. Lower entiles front
London led to sellers of stocks in the local
market during the early tnnliiiy; ami a
general though moilerute deolllie Jn irb'PB
followed. There was no special jire.-istiro
to aell, nnd realizations easily account
for the alight shading In prices. As the
day advunced, however, the murket
broadened und In the afternoon trailing
there waa an approuch to buoya.tr. The
Improvement In the market war the re
sult of Increased buying by commission
houses, a belief that the Morgan syndicate
will tie awarded a large proiiortlon of the
new bonds which the street Interprets as
meanlg a comparatively easy workitr,' uf
the money market, nt enat until fjie svt
tlementa for the new loan Is completed.
The rise In call loans to 7 per cent, today
bad no significance and was due to bid
ding by belated 'borrowers. The gwatent
activity was In the Industrials, Sugar
having risen nearly 8 per cent, to 113'i
on buying by brokers said to be identi
fied with the rennlng interests, leather,
preferred. Jumped nearly 2 per osnt. to
fusion stories that the dividend will be de-
larely shortly. Distilling and 'at tie
Feeding moved up to ls'i on an Increased
business. Chicago Gas was quiet at C4's,a
Mi. the opinion of Attorney General Mo
loney adverse to the consolidation of the
companies .rurvlng had no effect. In the
co suddenly dropped
i this tarted selling all
prominent Issues re-
reded Vl to 1 per cent. In eymnathy. In
the final trading the market was teadier
In tone. Net changes show gains of K4n-
per cent., except for Jllssottri Pacific
Manhattan and Tobacco, which lost to
S per cent. Total sales were 316.500 shares.
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN, ALI.KN
CO., Correspondents for A. r. CAMP
BELL, stock broker. 412 Hnruce street.
Op'n- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. ine.
Am. Tobaco Co 7'i 79' i 7'1s 7tei
Am. Cotton Oil....;. lfP !" 1S-, Is";
Am. Sugar Ite'g C0..IIO1, 11;t 110'a 11-'
Atch.. To. S. Ke... hi', 16', Ji4 lii'',
Canada Homharn.... M i iVo,
Ches. St Ohio 17'i 17W, 17's 17'4
Chicago Gos 4'4 64'4 B
Chic. A N. V 1ir3 lttt", lir", pat J
Chic, IJ. & Q 78"4 sn'i 7S:'-4 )
C. C. C. & St. L 37'4 Smft 37'4 rSH,
Chic, Mil. & St. P.. "tr, 7.-.", 71 75.
Chic. K. I. & Puc... T2t 7?A4 7:"i 72
Del. & Hud 121 129'i VX'n li'si
D. . L. V. V... 11; K- 1til-i4 1J
Dlst. l F P4 18'n la4 11'.,
Gen. Klectrlc 2 31)1, s11- 2y'4
Ike Shore 47Tg 4'M 477 4K
Ixiuls. A Nash 477 44 47".
M. K. & Texas 13 IS 13 13
Manhattan Kle lui'i 107 HP4 lOiU
Mo. Pac: 23 n'i
Nat. Cordage Psj 5'4 5,
N. J. Central lOKVi li,4 107 107
N. Y. Central W Wl'i !f7i t7H
N. Y., I K. & W.... 10, lir4 1ff4 16i
N. Y C. ft W., Pr... SOT SO', 3tr SO',
Ner. Pc. Pr 4'j 4' 4'.
Ont. tc West lf,4 YJ-:t i:,i I.V4
muha rju, 4MI Xa 't
Pao. Mall S St 29 2'i
Phil, ft head 144 13-, 13',
Southern K. ft 10, In", lua, pij
Houthern R. R., Pr.. 31, 32 3- E"i
Tenn. C. ft Iron 32'i 33 32' 33'4
lexas i-acinc. ...., , , nsy.
Wabash T14 ' 7i
U.'k.aul. T 401 , I act . .. .
MRU.-II,. II JOJ IS'., I1
Western Vion KG' 85'k JS-4
W U........ ll-S KT4, li-H
r. 8. Leather 10"4 lit, 1o4 11'4
T. 8. Leather, Pr.... SUV,
V. 8. Rubber 2tP, 27 2t14 27U
CHICAQO BOARD OF TRADE PRICES.
On'n Hls-fi. Lnar- f lo.
Ina;. est. est. Ine-.
67 Ri 8K4 tt,
mi trrc. eos cth
as 21 21 li
21 21 214 21
Jo4 yi 3fH '
31'., 31. ,11 31
.May 0.W CM 3.75 C.75
May 107 lO.gt) .10.37 10.37
S ; ran ton Hoar J uf Trade Exchange , notations-All
tjuotutions Duscd on Pur
of 1 00.
Nama. Bid. Asked.
Dime Dep. ft His. Hank 135 ...
Soranton Laco Curtain Co 60
National Boring A Drilling Co. ... 80
First National Bank 050
Hcianton Jar & Stopper Co 2.7
Scran 0:1 Oluas Co , bu
bprif.g lirook Water Co 103
Klmhiirft Uoulevard Co luo
Scrantoil Axle Works , so
Traders' National Hunk 313
tkraniou Savin Hank '00
McVaiHon Tractlo. Co 15
Honta Plate lllass Co 10
Ssrariton Car Itoplncer Co Joo
Traders' National Dank t5
Sctanton Packing Co 85
gcranton Glass Co 300
Scratiton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage due 1918 110 . ...
Scranton Traction Co 93
people's Street Railway, first
mortgage due 1'Jls 110
Seranton A Pitteton Trac. Co 90
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgage due 1!C0 110
Lacka. Valley Trac Co., first
mortgage due 1S2S PO
Dickson Manufacturing Co.... ... 1oo
Lacka. Township School B 102
City of Hcranton Street Imp t ... l"i
Seranton Axl" Works 100
Borough of Wlnton 3 100
Rush brook Coal Co 100
New York Prodnco Market.
New York, Feb. 7. Flour Firm, duil,
unchunged. Southern flour Dull, un
changed. Rye flour Quirt, firm. Buck
wheat flour 1. 35. liuckwheat l'n
ehanged. Corn meal Steady, unchanged.
Wheat Spot market more active, firmer;
No. 2 red store and elevator, K2aS2?4i?.;
afloat, 83'taS3:ie. ; f. o. b., 83aS34o.; un
grailed red, 7oa8.r.c; No. 1 northern, 77'4a
77'c.; options active, firm ut ?aiiVaC ad
vance on locul coverings, higher west and
cold wave weal; May and July most ac
tive; No. 2 retl February, 75V.; Marc;!i,
7HV.: -May, 74'ic; June ami July, Tii'
Corn Spots dull, firmer; No. 2, 3ti(sc; ele
vator; arlout; options were dull ami
firm at ',c. advance with the west; May
and July most active; February, 37'sc;
May. 3fi'c; July, 38c; September, 3ic
Oats Spots dull, flint: No. 2, 254a25,,i:c;
No. 2 w hite. 2bllSac; No. 2 Chicago, 2ti'ac;
No. S, 21!)!ai4'!i-. ; No. S white, 25',4c; mixed
western, S&'juiii'.jc.t white do., lt;V..al!c.;
white stale. 2ti1,u2Sc; options dull; firmer;
February, -i'jc. ; .fa4cl1, 25--4o.; May, ?ic.
Heef Quiet, xle-ady, unchanged. Beef
hams Dull; $15.50. Tlerced Reef Quiet,
city India mesa, Il.'ald. Cut meats Slow,
easy; pickled bellies, twelve pounds, ttSic
bid; do. shoulders, 4a5c; do. hams, 8'a
8-4C l.ard tjiilet. easier; western steam,
15.86; city, $5.3u; May, ij.u0; refined, qut.-t;
continent, tti.lt); South America, Iti.R'i;
compound, 4-ia5o. Pork Quiet, weak;
mess, l0.75all. Uutter Fancy firm, fair
ilemand, unchanged. Cheese Fairly uc
llve, firm, unchanged. Kggs Steudy, fair
Buffalo Live Stock.
RutTalo, N. Y., Feb. 7. Cattle 87 ears
throur.h. 3 on stale: market steady; light
butchers' steers, $3.65a3.75; fair to good
cows, S2.25a3; veals, good to choice, S7.25a
8; llwht to gooU, 84.75a7. Hogs 11 cars
through; 45 on sale; market active and
higher: Yorkers. f4.57ia4.v; pigs, $4.55a
4.00; mixed packers udn mediums, $4..ioa
4.55; heavy grades, S4.0ua4.55; roughs, K.'on
4.60; stags, 13.50s 4 Sheep and lambs Two
cars through; 42 on sale; market active
and a shade hi go. for good grades; choice
to extra lambs, tM.90ao.Hi; fair to good,
$3.85; culls and common, Ka4; mixed sheep
t3.2fiaS.85; common to fair, 2.50a3; culls,
$2a2.25; export ewes, $303.25; mixed, 83.25a
Philadelphia Tallow Market.
Philadelphia. Feb. 7. Tallow Is quiet
and ' unchanged. We quote: City, prime,
in hogsheads, S4c; oountry, prime, in
barrels, SV-; country, dark, In barrels.
J'iaStc; cakei, 4c; grease, J'ic
THLATRH AL (i OSS I P.
This evening "Kuan City" will be pro
duced at the Academy of Mualc by nne
of Davis ft Keogh's companies. It ia
a farce comedy founde on the etToi ts to
create a boom city In the far west and
the fun i.-omea fast and furious. The
111 lists gathered by Davis and Keogh to
present the play have all made successes
heretofore In other productions, and
each has a certain personality which is
of teres t consequence to the present
performance. The greatest amount
of mirth Is of course provoked by
George Marlon and B. J. Huffman, the
former appearing as Mr. Ruxh. and the
latter aa thet rainmaker. Those two
artists are inimitable In their line, and
are the most original specialty artists
in America today. As Parodists they
have no equal. Other notables of the
cast are: .Ine Coyne, Frank O'Brien, M.
J. Gallagher, John Ilyams, Michael
Ilerkcrt. Olive White. Mabel Craig,
Mavm Mayo. Heleb Relmer, Carrie
I.o.V. and Edna Aug-. All the scenery,
prop.vtlea, electrical and mechanical
effects used are carried by the company.
II II II
"The Windsor theater was packed at
both performances yesterday afternoon
when John A. Fraser's new sensation
al melodrama received Its initial pro
duction. The play Is above the average
of its class, and seemed to please the
large audience present. The people
presenting; the play are all well cast.
"The Train Wreckers" affords ample
opportunity for scenic and mechanical
effects, which was taken advantage
of by the management, the blowing; up
of the bridge and the escape from pris
on after It had been struck by light
ning, being: the principle events." Chi
cago Times. Three days next week, at
Davis' theater opening; Monday after
noon. The entire receipts of Tuesday
afternoon will be given by Manager
Davis to the Associated Charities.
II II II
The pen of Charles Dleltena never
more truthfully depleted the humorous
side of life In the London byways than
the author of the latest musical com
edy, "Paradise AJley," portrays the
funny m-enes In one of New York's
most famous localities. "Paraai.se Al
ley" will be presented Wednesday
evening at the Academy and with an
organization that numbers no lest than
twenty-two specially selected persons.
When it is announced that the roster
of the conipnny Includes such names
as Darney Fagan and 8am J. Ryan,
Fiank M. Willis, John Queen, Misses
Lily Post, Iola Pomeroy, the three Sls
"terH Dunbar and Josle Macon, some
idea of the enterprise may be Imagined.
Surely Buch an array of talent Is sel
dom connected' with a single play.
II II il , '
A new play full of funny situations,
witty dialogues and bright catchy mu
sic, a first class company of actors,
wingers and dancers, and last but not
least, those two unique sons of "Old
Erin" Conroy and Fox, are what we are
Tir.imlseil In tlie prOltUCtlOII ill
"O'Flarlty's Vacation" at the Academy
Tuesday evening. It Is unnecessary to
dilate on the merits of the stars: their
work In the past Is a guarantee for the
future. They hold the llrst place among
Irish eomediuns and hold It wltnout
much effort. As their new play Is said
to bo the best they ever had, having
been written especially for them, liietr
future prospects look rosy.
Manager Davis, of Dnvls' theater,
will give the entire receipts of his
house on Tuesday afternoon to the
Hoard of Associated Charities. This
Is an annual custom that Mr. Davis has
adopted and for the lHst three years
these benefits have been Instrumental
In placing a snug sum of money in
treasury of the Board of Associated
Charities. Police officers ure now sell
ing tickets for the benefit.
Joe Ott's Initial starring tour luat
season was of unusual prosperity. In
each and every city In which the com
edian appeared he harvested a hearty
endorsement and In many instances he
was overwelmlngly received. He's
cumin? to the Academy Thursday
evening In "The Star Gazer."
Tho Dottle of Ten.
Sir Wilfrid Lawson, the Rngllsh tem
perance advocate, once accosted n la
borer who was walking; along with a
black bottle, and lectured him on the
wickedness of intemperance. The man
seemed to be Impressed and emptied
the contents of the bottle on the road,
whereupon Sir Wilfred, highly pleased,
gave him a sixpence, with the remark,
"Take thnt; it will buy you something
better." A few minutes afterward Sir
Wilfred saw the mun ro Into n public
house and epend the money In beer.
He had been carrying; a bottle of beer.
Toledo Grsln Market.
Toledo, Feb. 7. Wheat Receipts, 2,M0
bushels; shipments, 3.0ts) bushels; firm;
No. 2 red cash, 75'ic: .May, 77c: Jnlv,
72-V-; No. 3 red cash, 73'yc Corn Re
ceipts, 13,oiii) bushels; shipments, 7.000
hushtls: dull: No. 2 mixed May, 3lV,c.
Oats Nominal. Rye Dull: No. 2 red
J cash. 41c Cloverseed Receipts, 75 brigs;
I shipments, 389 bags; firm; prime cash and
Election Procla m ition.
M A volt's Ors irK.
Hc-autoc Pa.. Feb 4, IM'IT.
VOTICE 18 HEKKBY GIVKN THAT AT A
Is general election to bo held on Tuesday,
the !sth day of February instant, being the
third Tuesday of February, tho following
officers will bo voted for at the usual places
of holding in the City of Seranton, to wit:
A Mayor, a City 'I reasnrer, a City Control,
ler and tbreo Cltv Assessors to srv" for the
t urn of three rmrs, liegiuning tuo -first Mon
day of April, imi. . ,
Cn Select Councilman to servo for the
term of fi ur yenrs. baiuain the first Jloa
dsy of April, ls;H. In each of the odd num
lered wants, to wit: The First. Third, Fif'h,
Heventh, Ninth, Eleventh. Thirteenth, Fit
'eentu, Koventoonth, Nineteenth and Twenty
flrFt. One Common Councilman to servo for the
term of two years, bssduningtbe first Monday
of April. ISM in each of the even number d
wards, to wit: Tha Second. Fourth. Sixth.
Eighth, Tenth, Twelfth, Fonrtccnth, blx
teentb, F.ivhteenth snd Tweutieth.
One Xchool Controller for the term of four
years from tuo first Monday of June. 1SC0. in
ch of the even numbered wards, to wit:
The Second. Fourth, Sixth. Klghtb, Tenth
Twollth, Fourteenth, Sixteenth. Eighteenth
ono Alderman to serve for the terra of five
years In each of the following wards, to wit:
The Eleventh, Fourteenth, Sixteenth, Seven
toec.th ud Twentteto.
One Judgo of 1. ction, two Inspectors of
Election and . the Assessor of Voters in each
ana every election district in tne etty.
W. L. CONN ELL,
IOST-ON THURSDAY. A SNAKESKIN
J poekstbook containing a stiver heart and
one lueky cent. Finder will kindly return to
C1BIPPLECBEEK GOLD STOCKS. $6 AND
upward invested brinas fabnlous returns.
Prospectus by msil. Address Th Van Buren
Investment Co.. Bankers and Broken, 808 Kith
St., Denver, Cob Refer to Bradstreet.
$2,000 WILL BUY TWO LOTS, COR-
air, Columbia ava.- For particulars
call at office. Jl. H. HOLUATE.
$3,000 WILL BUY 8-ROOM DOUBLE
House, Irving ave; rent 83na
31. H. HOLoATE.
IJCOl WILL BUY FOUR HOUSES,
Irving ave.: property must be sold.
We aak for a bid. Call at office.
M. H. HOLOATE.
$25000 WILL BUY 4 -STORY BRICK,
tower uacaawanna ave.; rani ,vuu
per year; terms easy,
SlsVOO BUY MODERN. COMPLETE
home. Jeffarsoa are. For partlculara
call atofnee. M. H. JIOLOATE.
aoOO WILL BUY io-ROOM BRICK
botue and barn, larga lot, 1400 block,
a. Mala ava.; a bargain.
, Commonwealth Building.
WANTS OP ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH. WHEN PAID FOR IN AD-
VANCR WHKN A BOOK ACCOUNT
18 MADE. NO CHARGE WILL BE LESS
THAN CENTS. THIS RUI.H AP
PLIES TO SMALT. WANT ADS.. EX
CEPT LOCAL SITUATIONS, WHICH
ARE INSERTED FREE.
Hals) Wanted Mala.
XJ week can be made selling plater and
plating tableware, jewelry, etc; we furnish
outfit complete wltu all materials and trad
secrets: taach agent; finest quality of work :
wears tan year; testimoniols and sample of
wora tr", AaarecsUKAl w, uepi. iu,
l oiumnus, un'o.
C ALES MEN TO CARRY SIDE LIKE: PAT
O ented stapl article; big ssllsr to aeneral
nnrcunnin; Dig ooraraiasion 10 reuaoie aruni
mr with established trade B. GlVfcNB,
wnoieaiile urocer, Corpoa Crista, Texas.
ANTED- M AOt NT IN EVERY SEC
tion tocanvasa: 14.00 to IS 00 a dav mad:
sells at siaht: also man to sell etapl Goods
to dealers: beat side iin $7500 a mouth: sal
ary or largs commission made; experience
naneccasaiy. Clifton Soap and Mauufactar-
mtr v o., Linmnnati, u.
WANTED AX EXPERT STEAM FITTER
to soliolt work sad mak Umat: a
8 nod opportunity to th right party. Addraa
TEAM FITTER, Tribnn ofilce.
7 ANTED WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
1 everr town to solicit stock subscrln-
tions: a monopoly; big money tor aanta: no
capinu required. iu aiui v. run m tv,
Borden Bloca. Chieaso. III.
PTilES-I MAKE BIO WAGES DOING
rlensant bom work, and will gladly send
full nsrtlenlars to all snduiK 2 cent stamp.
aiioo m. a. eiAODi.o, ijawranc, aium.
lt'ANT.D-OlRLTO DO LIOHT HOUSE
work; small family. Call 1153 Capons
WTANTED LADY AGENT IN SCRAN.
V ton to sail and Introduce Snyder' cake
Icing: experienced canvsesor preferred: work
peraianant aud vry prefltabl. Writ tor
particulars at oncu an-i get tenflt of Holiday
iraur. i a. e v uttt a tu , Cincinnati, u,
ANTED IMMEDIATELY TWO ENEhV
gtie saleswomen to rpre-nt ns
Guaranteed ft) a (Vy without tntMrfrrlng with
otnerautise. iKaitbful oecnpition. writ
for particulars, Inolosing stamp, Jiango Cbni'
leal Company. No. 72 John street. Nw York,
A OF. NTH WANTED TO SELL ClOARS;
. a. i3per moutu salary ana expenses pata.
Address, with two-ceat stamp, FIUAKO CI'
OA It CO., cnioafro.
UE ARE PUTTING VICTOBY TELE
phono tablets on every telephone in the
world, ard want reliable mm to hntl it:
py movis year: tncloM stamp. VICTORY
ji.i.xirAii iiuu t.u., ciavaiana, unto.
1, IT ANTED TWO GOOD MEN TO SELL
1 tea and coffee on oommisi-lon in and
around Scrautou; will furnish each with a
Uoi'wi and wag m and pay at per cent, com
mission : a small bond required. For particu
larssaures 1.. v., 'iriuua onts.
Mosopoly-i want a thoroughly
reliable man In hcranton. Pittaton and
Wilkes-Harr to take sole agency for tho sal
of the only shoe dressing in th world used to
keep boots, si-oes and every kind nf manufac
tured leather from wearing nut. Til busiuu
is strictly cjsh, has no competition and pay a
Front 1 im per cent, must oe a bis to carry
roni S100 to :M worth of stock. For full
particulars tddreis F. 8. WILLIAMS, car of
AGENTS-TO SELL OUR PRACTICAL
gold, silvar. nickel and cofipsr electro
plsturs: irice from S3 upward; salary and ex
penses paid: outfit free. Address, with stump,
VlCHlGAN MFG CO., Chicago.
AGENTS TO SELL CIGARS TO DEALERS;
$25 weekly and exwnses; xperienc un
necessary. CONSOLIDATED MFG. CO., 48
van Bursa St.. ia:oaz.o.
SALESMAN TO CARRY SIDE LINE; 25
k per- cent, coinmiaiioii; sample Iraox
mailtdfre. Address L, N. CO., Station L,
AT ONCE AGENTS APPOINTED TO
J soil new luhtninn salllua tabla cloth. mos
quite and house tlv liquid at 10 centa and 25
cants a bo tie. Sample Irej. BOLGlANO
31 fu Co., Baltimore, Sid.
HIKDE'ri PATENT UNIVBt.
sid Hair Curlers and Wavera fns.sl with
out heat), and "Pyr Pointd"Halr Pins. Ub
rial commissions. Free sample and full par
ticulars. Address P. O. Box 450. New York.
1 loom house nar tlieen Ridge St., 1515
Mons.-y ava., Green Kidge; bargaiu. OWNER.
("i'OK SALE -ONE jF THE FINES!'
country places near Seranton; lsree
Thndern house and fine grounds. MUS. MARY
AVLE8WOB1H, Clarks Green. Pa.
TOR SALi:-2 POOL TABLES. 2 BILLIARD
I tables and on oombluatinn tublo; also
narvaias lu new ami stcouu fcaml cloths and
bslls Just now. J. B. VA.N KLECK, West
minster l oot Room.
I Linden sr., Dav s' Theater Buitdlag, from
March I. KEEBE ALONG.
I'OR RENT TEN-ROOM HOUSE WITH
J modern improvementn. centr. lly locatud,
Maniminavs. Inquire 311 Qninoy av.
IA)R BEST TEN -ROOM HOUSE: ALL
r modern couveotences. Inquire at 1223
1?VR RENT-TWO LARGE, DE1KABLE
roores, furnished or unfurnished; fit St
class board. 40! Wyomini ava.
."OR RENT- ON E SIX-ROOM HOUSE, LEE
. court. Inquire 023 Adams ave.
I70B BENT NIOEij t FURNISHED HALL
I1 suitabln for lodge rooms. JOHN JEK
MYN, 111) Wyoming ovenas.
I.'CK RENT THE PREMISES RECENTLY
. occupied by The Seranton Trili na,known
as th Blusaur Buildlny. corner of Sprue St.
and henn ave. PoshcmsI m given hnnidiately.
The preml e consist of the b'.llding in the
rear of tha building on th cornor of spruce
street and I enn avenue, together with the
basement, nnd also the entire lonrth floor of
tho corner huilding. Cnn be rented tor Lode
purpose aa well as puMlo meetings. Sizes of
hall. Slxion with a a-coud hull on same
floor. X'ixffi. For particulars inqnlre on
the premises, f Rudolph Bloesrr, or at the
office of Tho Seranton Trihnne.
Wanted To Rant.
7ANTED-A FLAT OR SUITE OK
v V rooms, furnished or unfurnished, con
venient to postoffice; tat terms. Address
y. T., Tribune ofllc.
WANTED SINGLE HOUSE OR COT
tage. with yard and garden, within or
near city limlta; st-te terms, eta Address
FRENCH. Tribnn- office.
Monty to Loan.
rnft fiW0 ON STRAIGHT MORT-t3-i,JUU
4' 8 Spruce at.
WANTED -A YOUNG GENTLEMAN
' boarder: good board and front fur
nished room. Dttv Fin st.
otclat Mooting of Stockholder.
BY DIRECTION O"" THE BOARD OF
Directors of the Seranton Glaaa Com
pany ttaer will be a special mseting of th
stockholders of said c napany h:d at tha of
fice of the company, U4 Lackawanna avenue,
In the city of Seranton, Pa., February 12th,
ISfXl. at 10 o'clock a. m., for tb purpose of
authorising th Board of Directors of said
Company, and it proper oflloar. to U and
convey toe lot of ral attof th company,
sitnat In th city of Seranton, Pa., not n
cumbered by toortsags hv the company, and
also a certain lot of land aituate in th dty of
Trenton, N, J., and transact such other basi
ns aa may properly com befcr said meat
ing. G. B. WARREN, Secretary.
Seranton. Pa.. Jan. II, UMs,
irpBE SOLDIER IN OUR CIVIL WAR."
I Ten want this relic. Contains all nf
Frank Leilis's famous old War Pktorea,ahow
Ing th forces In actual battl, aktcbd on th
spot. Two volumes, 2.0U0 picturs. Mold on
aay monthly payments. Delivered by ex
rrses oomplet, all obargts prepaid. Address
P. O. MOODY, ttB Adams Ave.. Snantoo, Pa.
TJLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, MAGA-
- iiiih HVUIIS VI iviniHlHl 4 m
TmavMi ofllc, Huick Work, ftoaaenabl
OUR FIRST INSTALLMENT OF
Now open for Inspection. The line comprises
Dimities in various grades, Dii(hess Jaconets,
Percales and Cambrics, Rejan? Dimity,
Zephyr D, etc., Printed Harsalia,
v ; , TUII? Chatelaine, Cbantilly Lac? Galiz?, .
Plamefis, Lappets, French Organdies, etc.
Mere words cannot describe the wonderful beauty of our line this season. The
senses of seeing and feeling alone can do them justice.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE, 2filnui
SITUATION WANTED-BY AN KXPERI
O enced man aa salesman, bookkeeper or
shipping elerk: bt rtraca: wholaaai
trad preferred. Address G.- A. L., Tribune
SIlUATION WANTED BY A BOY U
. years ot ag. willing to learn any kind of
trade. Address elo Stone ave. ...
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUKO
man 10 year of age, willing to Warn a
trad or mak himself useful about a shop er
wholesale stere: must have work ot sunt
xuia. Add- via Bton av.
firrttiTinx ws.K'rirrf.iatvn rias
C of horses er driving; good at mast any
kind of work. CHARLkY KNOWLEfl, hi
ANTEO WAgHINd TO BE TAKEN
noma. Address 3C3 Kressler court.
SITUATION WANTED BY. A YOUNG!
man with 1 vaara' exnariunea . hnnk.
kepr, salesman and cashier with one of th
largest jobbing houses In th state; best
raiaraneea. A. a.. Tribune omee. 1
CITVATiON"WANTED-BY" YOUNG COU
O ord man, 2v years old, aa coachman, por
ter or work of any kind; also Interpreter. I
speak fTanc.ii. Italian, Spaniab aud Kngliah.
nuuriiu wit ssuiDrry au
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
O man; will do anv kind of work; 'r
work prrrrfld. Addts atore, Peoltville,
ri.i r. u uoxuie.
YOUNG MAN WISHES A POSITION AS
bookkeeper or clerking: la willing to do
anyining; can it it eooa rirnee it nce
eery. Address R M. D., Trtbun offlce.
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG MAN
ID year ot ag aa assistant steward, fire
man or any ami 01 work. Address J. l.
C1TUATION WANTED A8 COACHMAN
& or ganeral useful man around honse. Ad'
dress JA MES AUSTIN, Center at.
SITUATION WANTED BY PRACTICAL
t? pictur frami joiner snd mat maker;
thoroughly conversant With details of tho art
traae; reiume. Aourea ru.'1-uuK, iriouu
LADlBftt ChlctattsVi EnffDsh Pennyroyal P
A SURE CURB
Warranted to cure MI9 ont of every 1,000;
two doses will taksi the worst case of inflam
n atory ont of bed. S2.00 per pint bottle
Manufactured and sold hy
MRS. DR. HAMILTON, 14$ Northampton
Street. Wilkes-Barri. Pa.
and for aala at 116 New York St., Qra Rldgc.
PR. WILLIAM A. TAFT, PORCELAIN.
Brides and Crown work, ufllce, 335
C. C. LAUBACH. SURGEON DENTIST.
No. .11 Wyoming avenue.
R. M. STRATTONr OFFICB 'cOAL EXT
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. A. TRAPOLD, SPECIALIST IN
Diseases of Women, corner Wyoming
avenue and Spruce street. Seranton. Of
fice hours, Thursdays and Saturdays,
t a. m. to t.ro.
DR. G. EDGAR DEAN HAS REMOVED
to CIO Spruce street, Seranton. Pa,
(Just opposite Court House Square.)
DR. KAY. 806 PKNN AVE.; 1 to 3 P. M :
call 2062. Die. of women, obstretrics and
and all dls. of chll.
DR. W. E. ALLEN, 612 North Washington
DR. C. U FREY, PRACTICES LIMITED,
dlseaaes of the Eye, Eur, Nose and
Throat: office, 122 Wyoming ave. Real-
dence. 829 Vine street
DR. L. M. GATES. 13 WASHINGTON
avenue. Office hours, t to a. m., l.M
to 3 and 7 to I p. m. Residence 309 Madl
DrTj. C. BATESON. TUESDAYS AND
Fridays, at G03 Linden street. Office
hoursl to 4 p. m. j
DR. S. W. LAMEREAUX, A SPECIAL
1st on chronic diseases of the heart,
lungs, liver, kidney und genltn uri
nary diseases, will occupy the office of
Dr. Rooh, 232 Adams avenue. Ofilce
hours 1 to & p. m.
WARREN at KNAPP, ATTORNEYS
and Counsellors at Law. Republican
building, Washington avenue, Seran
JESSUPS A HAND, ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors at wv, ommonweaitn
building, Washington avenue.
W. H. JUSSUP,
HORACR K. HAND,
. W. H. JESSUP. JR.
PATTERSON WILCOX. ATTOR.
neys and Counsellors at Law; ofnets
and 8 Library building. Seranton, Pa.
ROSEWVILL H. PATTERSON.
WILLIAM A. WTLCOX.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND,
AltOrseri " vmimmii-
wealth building. Rooms 19. 20 and SI.
FRANK T. OKELL. ATTORNET-AT-Law,
Room 6, Coal Exchange, Seran
JAMES W. OAKFORD, ATTORNEY-
at-Law, rooms a, t ana as, vomanon
wealth building. .
SAMUEL W, EDGAR. ATTORNET-AT-Law.
Offloe. H7 Spruce St., Seranton. Pa.
L. A. WATERS, ATTORNE Y-AT-LA W,
423 Lackawanna ave.. Seranton, Pa.
URIB TOWNBEND, ATTORNET-AT-
Law, Dim nana uuiiaing. ecranton,
Money to loan In larg sums at I pr
C. R. PITCHER. ATTORNET-AT-
law, Commonweaita nuuaing, soranton.
H. C. SMYTHR, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
tee Liacaawanna it-hui.
C. COMEQY8. ttl SPRUCE BTRBET.
D. B. RRPLOOLB, ATTORNEY-LOANS
negouated on nu eatata oecanty. M
R. V. KIIXAM. ATTORNBY-AT-LAW.
J AS. J. H. HAMILTON, ATTORNBY-AT.
law, Commonweaitn Md g. seranton.
4. U. C. RA1SCK. IM WYOMlNO AVK.
J0KJ4 UCkX AVE.. COU ALMIi
Clean wets, r: . --'
Reno vate . Feathers, ,
Make O.er Mattresses,
Make and Repair Spring
Sell Iroa Beds,- ,
Make Fine Mattresses,
JOS. KUBTTBL, REAR 611 LACKA
wanna, avenue, Seranton, Pa., manufac
turer of Wire Boreeaa.
EDWARD H. DAVIS, ARCHITECT,
poonis M, IS and K, Commonwealth
B. L. WALTER, ARCHITECT, OFFIOel
LS-18 HANCOCK. JR., ARCHITBCtT
-"Jpntceet.. cor. Wash. ave.. Seranton.
B52WI . UORRI8. " ARCHITECTS,"
PWco funding, IM Washington avnu.
SCHOOL OF THB LACKAWANNA.
Seranton. P., praparua boy and glrla
,:SriM co,,) or business: thoroughly
IJT." un children. Catalogue at re
quest. Opena September 9.
5,E.Y-JLH01A8 M- CANN,
; . WALTBRH, BUELL.
5, Bchool. 412 Adams avenue, opens
?!iAlnrLt, ,f tr term.
THB REPUBLIC SAVINGS AND
Loan Association will loan you money
pn eaalar terms and pay you better on
"vestment than any othtr association.
tr!...0" " N- C-Maaer, Dim .Bank
O. R. CLARK CO.. 8EEDSMEN AND
Nurserymen; store 146 Waahlngton ave
nue; green house, 1SC0 North Main ave
nue; store telephone 7U. .
llotela and Restaurants.
TUB ELK CAFE, US and 127 FRANK
lln avenue. Rate reasonable.
, P. ZEIOLE R. Proprietor.
8CRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D.. L. W.
passenger depot. Conducted on the
European plan. VICTOR KOCH, Prop.
Cor. Sixteenth St. and Irving Place.
Rates, tJ.60 pr day and upwards. (Amort
can plan). B. N. AN ABLE,
BAUER'S ORCHESTRA MUSIC FOR
balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wad
dings and concert work furnished. For
terms address R. J. Bauer, conductor,
117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulbert
MEGARGEE BROTHERS.- PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes. papr bags, twlno.
Warehouse. 130 Washington ave.. Scran
FRANK P. BROWN 4k CO.. WHOLE
sale dealer In Woodwar. Cordage nnd
Oil Cloth. 720 West Lackawanna ave.
THOMAS AUBREY. EXPERT Ac
countant and auditor, nooms u ana ,
Williams PulMIng, opposite postofflce.
Agent for the Ren Fire Extinguisher.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
(Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.)
Anthracite coal used exclusively, insur
ing MaanllnAsa and ootnfort.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT NOV. 17. 18J5.
Trains leave ocranion lor j-uision,
Wllkes-Barre, etc at 1.20, 9.15. 11.30 a. m.,
1 20 2.00, 3.0S. 0 00, 7.10 p. m. Sundays, 9.00
a. m., 1.00, 2.15, 7.10 p. m.
For Atlantic City, S.20 a. m.
Vnr M.w York. Newark and Elisabeth.
1.20 (express) a. in., 1.20 (express with Buf
fet parlor car;, i wi leiurwiii p. m. oun
day, 2.16 p. nt. Train leaving 1.20 p. m.
arrlvea at Philadelphia, Reading Terminal.
1.21 p. m. and New York 6.46 p. m.
ror iaucn vnunn, aiiciiiuwu, ociiiiv-
bem, Easton and Philadelphia. 8.20 a. m.,
1.20, 3.06. 6.00 (except Philadelphia) p. m.
Sunday, 2.16 p. m.
For Lona Branch. Ocean Grove, etc., at
9 20 a. ra.. 1P- m.
For Reading, L.enanon anu iiarnsourK,
via Allentown, a.20 a. m., 1.23, 6.00 p. in.
Sunday, 2.16 P- m.
For Pottsvllle, 1.20 a. m., 1.20 p. m.
R.iurnlnic. leave New York, foot of Lib
erty street. North River, at 9.10 (express)
a. m.. 1.10, 1.30, 4.30 (express with Buffet
parlor car) p. m. Sunday, 4.30 a. m.
lAcave Philadelphia, Reading Terminal.
9.00 a. m.. 2.00 and 4.30 p. ni. Sunday ii.il
''Through tickets to all points at lowest
rates. may be had on application In ad
vance to the ticket agent at the station.
it. r. oAijiini.i,
Gen. Pass. Agent..
J. H. OLHAUSEN. Gen. Supt.
ROAD. Commencing Monday.
UYkAf July w, an uiii win
mM7mM0 arrive at new Lacka
Mm M tww wanna avenue station
hW r " fo"0";, ,
r 1 rMl wssa i-re3 sjwssasa-
ton sutlon for Carboya?'6, and Merme-
dlata Dolnt at 2.90. 'Mj and
aiate poinis m . , . .1 - ,u ,
. m.. iz.w, -.-v, ' -
'$orP Fkrvlew, Waymart and Honesdal
t 7 f. .a and 10.1a- m., 12.00, 220 and 6.15
, m. ,h 4rtlrnliili-lr
ind Montreal' at 6.46 a. m. and J.20 p m.
For Wllkes-Barre and Intermediate
nolnts at 7 4i 9.46. 9.1 and 19.46 a. m., 12.05.
r.rS?9tt 4l 6 1. 9.15 and 11.38 p. m.
Trains will arrivt i- dh.iiiwh .iiuu
from Carbondale and Intermediate points
M, 19, 4.64, I B. 7.46. 9.11 and U.JI f. m.
irrOCn nUnVBUeal, ssiwm aeaa - ea 1 -
view at ISM a..m.. U.00, 1.17, a.40, t tt and
1'From,Montral, Saratoga, Albany, etc.,
at 4.64 and 11.13 p. m.
From Wllkes-Barre and Intermediate
nolnts at t il. 1.94. 10.91 and 11.66 . m.. LII
i.14. 3.99, tUt, 9.09, 7.99. 9.99 an ILK p. m.
, ' . Nov. 17. 1995.
Train leave Seranton for Philadelphia
and Netv Yoflt via D. 4k H. R. It. at 7 4i
a. m., 12.06, 1.20, 2 38 and 11.38 p. ni., via D., .
LAW. H. it.. (.00. 8.0s. 11.20 a. m., and lie
Leave Seranton for Pittston and Wilkes
Barre, via D.. L. W. R. R.. 9.00, 1.08. 11.29
a. m 140. 9.07, 8.5 p. m.
Leave Seranton for Whit Haven, Ha.
sleion, Potttivllle and all point on th
B.eaJ',r.w'dow and Pottavllle branches,
via E. ft W. V. R. R., .S9 a. nt via D. At
H. R. R. at 7.45 a. m., L.05, 1.20, 2.38, 4.90 p.
m., via D., h. ft W. R. R. 8.00, 9.08, 11.20 a.
m., 1.30, 3.40 p. m.
Leave Hcranton for Bethlehem, Easton.
Rending, Harrlsburg and all Intermediate
points, via D. ft 11. R. It. 7.46 a. ra 12 C.
I. 20, 2.38, 4.00, 11.38 p. m.. via D., L. ft W.
R. R., 9.00, 8.08. 11.20 a. m., 1.30 p. m
Leave Seranton for Tunkhannock, To- '
wanda, Elmlra, Ithaca, Geneva and a. I
Intermediate points via D ft H. R. It., i i
a. m., 12.06 and 11.36 p. m., via D L. ft W.
R. R., 8.03, 9.55 a. ni., 1.30 p. m.
Leave Seranton for Rochester, Buffalo,
Niagara Falls, Detroit, Chicago and all
points west via l ft H. R. R., 8.45 a. m ,
12.(6. 9.16, 11.88 p. m., via D., L. ft W. R R.
and Pittston Junction, 8.11. 9.56 a. m., 1.3
9.60 p. m via E. ft W. V. R. R., 3.41 p. m.
For Elmlra and the weat via Salamanca,
Via D. AH. R. R.. 3.46 a. m. 1S.06, .U6 p. m..
via D.. L. ft W. R. K., 8.08, 9.66 a in., 1X0.
and 6.07 p. m.
Pulman parlor and sleeping or L. V.
chair cars en all tralna between L. ft B.
Junction or Wllkes-Barre and New York,
Philadelphia, Buffalo, and Suspsnslaa
ROLLIN H. WILBUR, Oen. Supt.
CHAS. S. LEE, Gen. Pass. Agt.. Phlla.. Pa.
A. W. NONNEMACHER, Asst. Oen.
Pass. Agt., South Bethlehem, Ps.
Del., Lack, and Western.
Effect Monday, June 24, 1895.
Trains leave Seranton as follows: E
fress for New York and all points East,
40, 2.60. 6.15, 8.00 and 9.55 a. m.; 12.65 and
3.34 p. m. .
Express for Easton, Trenton, PhlladeU
phla and the South, 5.16, 8.00 and 9.66 a. m..
12.55 and 8.34 p. m.
Washington and way stations, 8.63 p. m.
Tohyhanna accommodation, 6.10 p. m.
Express for Blnghainton, Oswego, 1
mlra. Corning, Bath, Dansville, Mount
Morris and Buffalo, 1110, 2.36 a. m., an-l
1.21 p. m., making cloae connections at
Buffalo to all polnta In the West, North
west and Southwest.
Bath accommodation, 9 a. m.
Blnghamton and way stations, 12.37 p. m.
Nicholson accommodation, 6 p. m.
Uinghamton and Elmlra Express, 6.01
Express for Cortland. Syracuse, Oswego,
I'tlca and Richfield Swings. 2.96 a. ra. and
1.24 p. m.
. Ithaca 2.33 and Bath 9 a. m. and 1.21 p m.
For Northumberland, Pittston, Wilkes
Barre, Plymouth, Bloomsburg and Dan
vllle, making clone connection at North
umberland for Willlamsport, Harrlsburg.
Baltimore, Washington and the South.
Northumberland and intermediate sta
tlons, C.OO, 9.55 a. m. and 1.30 and 6.07 p. ni.
Nantlcoke and Intermediate stations.
8.08 and 11.20 a. m. Plymouth and Inter
mediate stations, 8.40 and 8.62 p. in.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on
all express trains.
For detailed information, pocket time
tables, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city
ticket office, SL'8 Lackawanna avenue, er
depot ticket offlce.
Erie and Wyoming Valley.
I .. fi,.ranlnn fnr Mpw Vnr
1 1 Kino imiG - - -V"
and intermediate points on the i.rie rail,
road at 7.00 a. m. and 8.29 p. m. Also for
uiwIav anfl local noints at
7 00, 8.40 a.'m. and 3.29 p. m.
All the above are through trains to and
from Honesdale. ....
Trains leave for Wllkes-Barre at .S) .
m. and 3.19 p. m.
In Effect September S4md, ltl)5.
I cent Sunday.) Q
7 35!. Y.
7 to) West street!
T on wee&awten
Ir m ArrlTe Leave!
I ' rt tyi n
6 H1 m
9 94 U nil
8 IS 11 M
1 is inn
T 1 13 43 .
t Ii S SA .
1 VC S Ml .
J 4 01
794 4 mi
7 99 419
7 99) 14
I T 41 X 171 ....
?i trsJua run dally except Bundsy.
slmllle t)i st trains aton oa ekiaal for
veeurn rates via ontano a western nerorw
farohaslnr tickets and save money. Day aad
IDgt K proas to the West,
J. C. A nOerson, wen. rasa. Agt.