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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1900.
CYCLE CLUB'S LOSS.
Tuesday the Cycle club will lose two
members with whom It run III afford
tn prut, Oeorire Van Cllldcr nnd Ike
Jtollenbcck. The former will return to
l'ort Jorvls, where he will be Identi
fied with Is father In .vmanufitcturlnn
enterprise, and the Intlor will ro to
New Yorlc city to undergo a course of
training In nursling. DurliiB hl roal
denee hero of .about three yearn Mr.
Van Glder has been n member of the
o-T.nnlziitlon, bavins held several of
its liromlnent oHU-oh. Ho will be great
ly missed from Its soMtil circles nnd Ita
business councils. Mr. lIollcnlHT.lt be
side being a social idol N mualelnn
of extraordinary ability 17e Is one of
the best citr-plnyer of the piano In the
Lackawanna valley and, unUKn those
who catch the melody and "fake the
accompaniment, he embraces the roll
harmony of all I ho negro melodies,
popular dance and operatic inufele, even
ivii storing many complications of the
classic. There is a smoothness and del
icacy to his scale work and a precision
'In chord passages seldom possessed by
other than trained professional. The
feours upon hours of entertainment ho
lias afforded the club will be, In the
tit-light of memory, second only to the
charm of his personality. Tonight the
fclub will give a "smoker" in honor of
"the departing members. There will be
an entertainment and llghr refresh
' ments will be served. The committee
hns arranged to serve the entire mem
bership of more than one hundred.
''" HALLYING DAY.
Yesterday was rallying day at the
First Presbyterian and Uorean Baptist
Sunday schools. At- the latter special
musical and literary exorcises were
carried out. Attendance reached al
most a half thousand at each school.
At the reunion ot a Keynolds family
which was attended by about ilfty per
sons at the home of II. D. Reynolds,
of Grove street, the following ofilcers
wore elected: President, Mrs. L. L.
Reynolds, of Blnghamton, N. Y.; vice
president, Edward Inch, of this city;
.treasurer, Charles Reynolds, Ilopbot-
tom; secretary, Mrs. Sarah lieynouis,
lopbottom; aslstant secretary, aurs.
ward Inch. The next reunion wm
iheld the third Tuesday in August
the homo of Jerry Oakley in Grijen-
3HANGES AT D. & H. SHOPS.
the Delaware and Hudson company
making some important changes in
passenger car repair shop. The in-
llor of the building will be remod-
Id.and fitted up with all the appli-
les for a. locomotive shop. A force
Inasons under the foremnnship of P.
2arey, of Albany, are doing some
extensive masonry work prepnr-
y to the placing in ot a huge hy-
hlic hoist and when' all the changes
been completed the company will
one of the most complete repair
Is in this part of the state.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Irs. John Kase, wno is unuergoing
Itment at Dr. Wheeler's private
pital, is getting along nicely.
Slss Belle Gry, of Parsons, spent
day with friends in this city.
Ilrs. John Nolan has returned from
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Robinson have
n spending several days with
Isaac Rogers, a carpenter employed
ijy contractor iiiiany, icu aniuruuy
ftnornlng and broke his collar bone.
Mrs. J. R. Price is dangerously 111.
"The Prisoner of Zenda" was pre
sented at the Grand opera house Sat
urday evening to a good sized aucll-
riie funeral of Miss Mary Brogan
Is held from the homo of her sister,
Thomas Loftus, of Dunmore
teet, yestrdby afternoon. At 3
fclock the remains were taken to
Patrick's church, where services
were conducted by Rev. P. J. Mur-
Mhy, after which interment was marto
St. Patricks cemetery. The fu-
leral cortege was a very large one.
Many persons from nut of town were
attendance. The pall bearers were
Messrs. A. C. Fnrrell, P. J. Hoban, P.
Fadden, Martin Loftus, Thomas
Ihllbin and Edwin Lyons.
PJIIss Gertrude Dearie, who has been
halting relatives nt Gllbertsvllle, N.
has returned home.
Miss Lucy Gardner, of Pittston, Is
the' guest of her aunt, Mrs. Henry
(Heupre, of Delaware street.
Mrs. T. P. Jones spent yesterday nt
.Miss Magglo McHugh, of South
Irniitnn t-lin lino hnan vlallli.n- IVTloa
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lollle Farrcll, has returned home.
'Miss Mamie Sautry, of Providence,
jent yesterday with friends here.
REV. S. A. DONAHOE
restifles to the Good Qualities of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
On tho 10th of December, 1897, Row
IS. A, Danahoe, pastor M, E, church,
3outli, Pt. Pleasant, AV. Vn., contract
ed a severe cold which was attended
from tho beginning by violent cough
ing. Ho says: "After resorting to a
numbcr of so-called 'specifics' usually
Kept In tho house, to no purpose, I pur
chased u. bottlo of Chumberlnin's
Cough Remedy, which acted llko a
charm. I most cheerfully recommend
it o tho public. For sale by nil drug
gists, Matthew Bros., wholesale and
MjBses Neary and Flnnegan, of
Providence, returned homo after
spending .the past week at Hotel Neary,
Miss Allco Walsh, of nrldgo street,
is ill of typhoid fever,
Mr, P. J. Conroy, of Dunmore, is
visiting relatives in town.
Tho.Sterrlck Creek paid their em
ployes Saturday for tho month of Sep
tember, A fishing, party composed of Messrs,
M, J, Eagen, James Reap, Michael
ponnelly, James Mullen and Thomas
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aro properly cured, their condition often worries tbcmlnto Imanity. Consumption or Dcath
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For Sale by JOHN H,
Ituane, loft Sunday ovonlng for Rob
Miss nuune, of Providence, Is visit
Ing Miss Rose Eagon, of ttill street.
Miss Anna Rellly, of Dunmore, li
visiting nt the Lawter residence, on
Tho Alorts defeated the Hustlers by
a score of 18 to 2 yesterday after
noon on the home grounds. The fea
tures of the game was tho magnificent
pitching of McLnne.
James Hyron was a caller in Oly
phnnt Sundny evening.
Birthday Aninversary Celebration.
Elected Officers Revival Services.
delightful reception was tendered
Miss Edith Watklns at her homo on
Grove street, on Thursday evening, by
a numb"! of young people from Pitts
ton. Tho occasion was Miss Watklns
twenty-second blrthdny, which tho
guests proceeded to colebrnte In an ap
propriate manner. Music and other
nmusements were Indulged In, and re
freshments were served. Those pres
ent were Mr. nnd Mrs. W. R. Evans,
Misses Hannah and Mnriam Evans,
Clnra Smaltz, Nelllo Owens, Mnnrarot
and Mamo Howells, Annie, Edith and
Gertrude Wntklns, and Messrs. Ebe
and David Evans, Stratton Brandon,
J. Edgar Probyn, George Weatherlll
and Eugene Reese.
Taylorvlllo lodge, No. 008, Independ
ent Order of Odd Fellows, elected tho
following ofilcers for the ensuing term
on Saturday evening: Noble grand,
David D. Griffiths; vice-grand, Price
Harris; assistant secretary, Lewis At
kinson; treasurer, David J. Thomas:
trustee, for eighteen months, Robert
Llewellyn; representative to Grand
lodge, Tallio Jones.
The ten and faggot social of tho
Welsh Congregational church on Sat
urday evening was well patronized,
notwithstanding the Inclemency of the
Revival services will be held in the
Methodist Episcopal church every even
ing this week. This evening's servlc"
will bo In charge of tho pastor, Rev. C.
H. Henry, and Rev. J. G. Bailey, of
Moosic, and other well-known minis
ters will be present during the seiles.
Tho public is cordially invited.
Arthur Morgan, the young baritone
singer, participated In a concert In
Parsons recently, and again won now
laurels for himself.
Miss Lizzie Bowen, of AVest Scran
ton,' was the guest of relatives here
All members of Lackawanna council,
No. 54, Degree of Pocohontas, are re
quested to meet In their rooms nt 7
o'clock sharp this evening, as business
of importance demands their presence.
Mr. and Mrs. AV. M. Bell, of Main
street, spent yesterday ns the guests of
relatives in Peckvlllo.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones, of Bclle
vue, visited the hitter's parents, on
Main street, yesterday.
Messrs. E.dward E. Davis and Ed
mund AVIIIIams spent yesterday at
' T. A. Evans spent yesterday at Peck
ville. Mrs. Charles J. Lavls and son, ot Ed
wardsdale, have been the guests of
relatives here for the past few days.
Mrs. Evan L. Davis and Mrs. Arm
strong visited relatives in Harford re
cently. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kersten, of
Rendham, were guests of Foreman and
Mrs. J. JJ Curt, on Main street, yester
Mrs. William Reese and Mrs. R. AV.
Reese visited at Lincoln Heights yes
terday. P. A. Lublnac has returned from his
trip to New York.
The Delaware, Lackawanna and
AVestern company paid their collieries
here on Saturday.
Benjamin Carter, of Priceburg, vis
ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund
Carter, on Main street, yesterday.
Messrs. Henry Howells and Owen
AVatkins enjoyed a drive to Pittston
William Peterson, of nallroad street,
was a caller in AA'ilkes-Barrei yester
day. JERMYN AND MAYFIELD.
Edith, the child, ot Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Couch, of Second street, Is ser
iously III, threatened with lung trouble.
The bricklayers and helpers working
on the large hall being erected by Ed
munds & Snyder, of the Hotel AVlnd
sor, and who were non-union men
when the Job started, on Friday even
ing joined the local union and on Sat
urday worked but nine hours, Instead
of ten as previously.
The High School foot ball team were
defeated In their game Saturday
against the Carbondale Commercial
Institute, They, nevertheless, put up
a great gnmo and were defeated
mainly boenuso their opponents were
far heavier men. Tho victors won by
a score of ti points to 0.
William Mellow, who lias boon In Dr.
AA'heeler's hospital, Carbondale, for
several weeks, does not make much
progress towards recovery and Is still
in a very weak condition.
The Philadelphia record of yester
day contained tho following dispatch
from Little Falls, N. Y., which will
doubtless be of interest to Jermyn
"Pretty Bertha Small has been miss
ing since Tuesday, and her father,
Robert Small, n wealthy farmer, has
kept tho police busy trying to find her.
'Today he received this message from
her, dated nt a Pennsylvania town:
Papa, I'm married to John, tho hired
man.' Bortha is 22 years old nnd tho
beauty of the neighborhood. She had
an excellent education nnd had en
joyed many social advantages. She
hns had many suitors, but she often
laughingly told her father that she
would never marry and leave him.
Last summer ho engaged a new farm
h:md, John Plzor, who had been for
merly employed as a hostler In a Lit
tle Falls livery stable, Ho saw Miss
Small frequently, as ho was a mem
ber of tho household, but her parents
had no knowledge of even u friendship
between tho two,"
Mine. Pattl's boudoir at Cralg-y.,s'o.s la qnlto
gayly decorated with the ribbon taken fiom llw
bouquet which law been thrown to her.
Theyliive Hood the teit of yean.
and hi cured thousand of
canes ni Nervous imcascs, tucb
a Debility, Diuincti, Sleepiest.
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Addrcn. PEJU. MEDICINE CO., CIUu(kO.
Pharmacist, ccr, Wyoming avenue and
THE LONE FISHERMAN.
Tho World's Single Sportsman Who
Catches Fish with Trained Birds.
From the London Mall. ,
There are quite a number of fascin
ating sports, says Le Sport Univer
sal IlluBtro of Purls, which are en
tirely neglected because It Is assumed
that their practice Is difficult from the
fact that tjielr exponents are few.
For Inslance, In France there nre
not mora than half a dozen sportsmen
who practlco hawking, though the
training of tho goshawk and the spnr
rowhawk to catch rabbits, hnres, part
ridges and pheasants Is an easy and In
It Is tho same with cormorant fish
ing, the subject of the present article.
Thought practiced twenty yenrs ago
with considerable success by two or
three sportsmen, It Is now confined to
At. Felix Bourgulgnon and two cormor
ants belonging to the Jnrdln d'Acclma
tatlon, Paris.- It Is claimed that At.
Bourgulgnon Is tho only man In the
world who regularly follows cormorant
fishing as a sport.
These two birds are now expert fish
ers, and our contemporary thus de
scribes tho process of training adopted
by At. Bourgulgnon:
"First of nil, the long feathers of
the left wing aro cut to prevent tho
untrained birds lacerating the face ot
the trainer. Then to each foot Is at
tached a leather thong, by means of
which the bird enn be conveniently
held without risk. For two or three
days each bird is carefully fed by hand
at regular Intervals, and at the end
of this time complete docility Is ob
tained, and tho birds, having become
accustomed to their master, foll6w him
about like a couple of affectionate
"This attained, the actual fishing
is commenced. A number of live fish
nre placed In a tank, and the cormo
rant, having had a collar adjusted to
his neck sufllclontly tight to prevent
him swallowing the fish, is allowed to
plunge for his prey. In a few seconds
he reappears with a fish partly swal
lowed. He Is then easily persuaded to
perch upon his master's finger, and
placed on the ground, It Is an easy
matter to oblige him to disgorge his
catch, which Is Immediately put out
of sight, the cormorant being rewarded
by a small piece of fish or othet' suit
"The sport, according to an eye wit
ness, Is of a most Interesting, and
even fascinating character, especially
If the cormorant pits himself against
a good sized fish. Some most exciting
struggles aro witnessed, nnd the move
ments and manoeuvres of the cormo
rant aro of marvelous rapidity and
Cormorant fishing Is largely practiced
In China and Japan as a business. In
these countries it Is generally carried
out at night time, and In boats. Each
fisherman takes, as a rule, five cormo
rants, and to the prow of the boat is
attached a brilliant light, which at
tracts the fish, of which enormous
numbers aro caught by the birds.
These Chinese and Japanese fisher
men attain very great skill in the man
ipulation of the birds. Nothing Is more
surprising than to see the way in
which they will handle four or five cor
morants, all retained by strings, nnd
send them Into the water at the same
The juggle with the strings which
are held between the fingers of the
left hand while the birds plunge in all
directions. Is a matter requiring the
BAIN MEASURING MACHINES.
rrom tho London Kxpicss.
Tho British Rainfall association, as
it now stands, is the result of half a
century's unremitting labor. From
something over 100 at the start It has
now more than 3,000 reporting stations,
which extend over all parts of the Brit
At each station Is nn agent of tho
association, armed with a rain gauge,
making observations to be eventually
dispatched to headquarters for embodi
ment In the annual report. On Decem
ber 31 of each year pilnted forms nre
sent to all the agents, who are sup
posed to fill them In with the particu
lars of their observations for the en
tire twelve months.
But now as to how the rain is meas
ured. It is done by means of a gauge.
There are various kinds of gauges,
costing from about 12s. Gd. up to sev
eral pounds. The "Snowdon" gauge Is
considered a very trustworthy appar
atus. It consists of a long circular metal
galvanized Iron or copper reservoir,
which is fixed Into tho ground by
means of four wooden spiked stakes.
It contains a glass bottle and a metal
funnel. At the side of it, also fixed
into the ground by means of a spiked
stake, Is a graduation glass, which will
register from a hundredth of nn Inch
to half an Inch.
The rain Is caught In the funnel,
which fits flush with the reservoir, nnd
passes Into the glass bottle. From this
It is poured Into tho graduation glass
and so measured.
At Camden Square (the headquarters
of the association) there Is a very elab
orate and Ingenious" gauge, which
measures and registers automatically.
The rain is caught In a funnel and
passes Into a motnl cup, which Is con
nected with an index. As the cup fills,
It presses upon the Index, which mnrks
a line upon a paper form wound around
"When the cup Is full it turns over
nnd empties Its contents Into V larger
receptacle nnd returns to its former
position, tho Index having registered
exactly one inch and shifted Its posi
tion ready to repeat tho operation. At
the same time a dial on the outside of
tho gaugo also marks tho working of
the Index. The former can be read at
night bymeans of a lantern which Is
attached at the side. So that the depth
of a rainfall may be ascertained nt
onco by merely glancing at tho dial
fixed to tho gauge.
Another remarkably Ingenious con
trivance to be found ut Camden Square,
and which took years to perfect, Is an
elaboiate apparatus which will simul
taneously measure rain, snow and hall,
and register them, It will also register
thunder, lightning and tho rate of tho
wind. It gives the duration of thunder
claps and the number of lightning
flashes. It Is altogether u most won
Tho average rainfall In a locality Is
very useful knowledge to u farmur who
contemplates purchasing land In a dis
trict he Is unucqualntcd with.
AN OPINION ON CUBA,
Iter. Pr. J, A. Milburii, o( Inillanipolli.
Tho fctulesniaiuslilp (hat Imposed a promise of
Cuban IndeiKiidcncii upon tho Aiiicrluu poopla
It ono ot tliu most nlamltoui pieces of tMtiv
mamlilp that we ran Hnd in history, Tho Inde
pendence of CuM'meau.1 resolution. After awhile
It mcatii tinolhor act of Intervention, and, per
lup, another war. Cuba it w related to the
United States that she cannot exist m an in
dependent political entity. Cut a roust ultimate
ly belong to us, aud that ihu is not oun now
il ono ot the fatuities oi aUtcuiumhlp.
ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK.
Ort. J-Mjy Irwin In "A Woman' Way."
Oct. 2-ttantoni In "I Vojoge en aiUMe.'1
Academy of Muse.
All wccU The Don Ton Stock company,
I,aU Three Diijs-I.llllf Ksypt Durtcaua corn
May Irwin Tonight.
Tonight, May Imln will be In ScMnton with
Iter new play and Iicr now nongi. If tlrc In one
woman on the etnRi; whom the local theater
rocm ere nbvnjs urixlom to fee, It Is May Irwin.
Her enKaRement this year will mark the Intro
duction of another of lier popular entertainment!
In her production nl "A Woman' Way."
It li n new play by tllen MncPonongh, the
Milhor ot "Sltcr Mary," in which Mls Irwin
met with eucli great mircron lnt year. An tho
cential dgtirc in "A Woman's Way," she U nuld
to bo tlolntf tlie inot entertaining work of lirr
career. I lee new koiirk, nnd there ure lots ol
lliein, nre r.ipliltv uprlhRlm; Into the widest
popularity nnil will he nhorlly hummed unit
whittled ecryheie. In lier mipporf In Includ
ed n company containing many name biikrohI
Ive of nrtlstlo xaliie. Among these are Itnjninml
lllcthcock, II. i!. (tiahatn, Oeoige lleane, .Jacques
Kruegcr, Roland Carter, Pert Thayer, (Jiironle
Vansar, Mabel Florence, Jane llurliy, Alice Kellar,
Sadie I'cter.i, l.llllc Collln.i, lMlth Hlair, Thro.
Carew, Helen Italnsley and otheM.
"Lb Voyage en Suisse."
When the pulil'c platen the stamp of 111 up
provnl upon n play the management need not
wnny out icmiHh. A case in point U the I (an
ion UrutlieiH' "t.e Vojngc en Sulw," which 1i.ii
been played on the -ontln'-nt for eighteen ye.ira
without being plnced on the nhelt during any
Hasou within that time. It Is being presented
this cnson In Tarls, llcrllu, at. I'elcislmrg nnd
London, and the principal cities of Australia,
Portugal and Mexico. On the continent It In
n-ually (invented under the title of "The Swiss
I'.xpress." "I.e Voyage en Suisse" was flrct pre
sented In this couiitr.v at (he old Park theater
in New York, on Sept. 12, 1SS1.
The piesent cast Is considered by competent
authority to bo the best that bus even been
seen in this countiy. It embraces Charles fiuy
cr, William nnd Chailes Scluode, liobert Brcid
crick, 1'ied Strong, Thomas Knn, Cdwln Cur
mil, Hajmond Capp, N. JI. Herbert, Allelic
C'lalcr, Nellie Daly, Jlailon Shirley, Dene Hoff
man, BcmIi- Ola) ton and an augmented choiua
of thiity people. It will be presented at th3
Lyceum tomorrow night,
"The Princess of Patches."
The Bon Ton Stock company will open a
week's engagement nt the Academy of Music
tonight, presenting "The Prim ess of Patches"
ns the opening bill. The Lancaster New I'.r.i says
"Chirles II Leyhnrnc's lion Ton Stock com
pany In.iugmati'd a week of lepertoire on Monday
night by pi i scntlng "The Piincess of Patches"
to a laige audience! the capacity of the hoitst
was tested. The piece, by Mark I!. Swan, Is
no stranger heie. It emitainx enough excitement
to suit the most exacting, but the comedy is
Judiciously placed throughout the book, nnd the
interest is nexer allowed to lag. Mks Ihnina
Hunting in the title role li.nl the burden of the
performance on lier shoulder.", but the little lad)
ncquitted heiself most admirably. -Mr. Ley
mime as Waggles was exticmcly funny."
Little Egypt Company.
The Little Egypt Umlesqiic company xxlll be
the attraction at the Oolcty theater commenc
ing Thursday matinee, Oct. 4, for three days.
This show Is up-to-date in eveiy respect. The
specialties are above Hie average with tiiis kind
of a show. Little Kgjpt will appear in new
dances, nnd without a question will wear some
of the finest stage costumes eer seen In tills
The burlesque, "Forbidden Fruit," Is funny,
full of bright music, dances nnd grand electrical
At Chicago (first game) It.
riilcago 0 20 0 00 000-2
St. Louis 00 I 100 1104
Ilatterles Taylor, Nichols and riling;
and Ciiger. Cinpiic O'Djy. Attendance ,,'iiH).
At Chicago (second game) It. it. K.
(hieagi 0 0 112 0 2-1 S 1
St. Louis 0 1 000 O-l fl 0
Il.ittei ies Hughes and Dexter; llughey and
ltobin'-oii. L'mpiic O'Day,
At Cincinnati It. II. K.
rini.lnii.Ul 0 010 00012-1 li 1
Pittsburg 0 10 0 2 0 0 0 0-!! !l 1
Uatterics Scott and Kahou; Waddcll m.d
Zinnuer. Umpire Hmslie. Attendance 4,102.
"Wo must know just what other people wan:
before wei can supply their wants. We must
understand exietly how to ic.icli them with
least expense if we would enter into the most
adantageous business relations with tliein."
"We want to prcserxe carefully all the old
life of the nation the dear old life of Hie
nation and our cherished Institutions but we
do not want to shiik a single icxponsilullty that
hns ben put upon us by the results of the
"It Is to me most gratifying to find the peo
ple taking an inteiest in their goternment. All
ower rests witli them, and, those of us who
for the moment are selected to execute their
will, aie but their servants."
"The best sentiment, tho holiest sentiment,
comes ftoni the Amcilcan homes the plain
lioiiK-s where litue resides; and a home life,
a family life, lies at the fy foundation of this
popular gou-rnment ot num."
"While our victories in battle Ime added new
lionou to Ameriivin valor, the real honor Is the
substantial gain to humanity."
"Vou will not employ labor to niake a pro
duct unless jou can find a buyer (or that pro
duct after you have made It."
"National poltle ran encourage Industry and
commerce, but It remains for the people to
piojcet and carry them nn."
"The Job hunts the man, not tlia man Die
Job, When that condition exists labor Is al
ways better rewarded."
"Whenever you put that (lag In the hands
of the boys aud the girls you put patriotism
in llielr hearts."
"As long as wo keep the homes pure, so long
will wo keep our goicrnincnt pure."
"Industry and iharaclcr win in cery contest
and triumph In every field."
"It Is a good rule If buyers will not come to
us, for ns to go to them,"
"lllcsscd Is that country whose defenders are
"Right action follows right purpose.''
wanti:i-2 on s FimxisiiKi) rooms, for
light housekeeping; initially located. Ail
diess, J, W Williams building, City,
I.OST-SKP1", 10, DIAMOND BAR BROOCH.
Liberal icward for leturn to F, !.., Ttlbunc
MARINE CORPS UNITBD STATES NAVY RE
crulta wanted Able-bodied men; service on
our warships In all parts of, the world nnd on
hnd in the Philippines, when required. Lieu
tenant Colonel B. R. Russell. N. V. Corner Uck
awanna and Wyoming avenues, Scftnton.
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MONEY TO LOAN.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO LOAN. QUICK,
straight loana or Building and Loan. At
from 4 To C per cent. Call on N. V, Wlkr,
Stl-315 Counell building.
POPULAR CLEAttlNO HOUSE for tits natutlt ot Alt Who
Hnve Houses to Rout, Rent Estate or Other Property to
Sell nr Exchaiiiie. or Who Wnut Situation or Help Tlieo
Small Advertisements Cost Ono Cent a Word, Six Insertions for
Five Cents a WordExcept Situation Wanted. Which ArJ In
t-nn tirx:Tiirtl'al' InM i..CV AVCSUI!. AK.
ratged for one or two small fnmlllcjt I0
per month; possesion ut ouie. Inquire nt W.i
rURNisiiKi) iiotisr. ron rent, is, osi: pt'
the best location In Hcrantont ntleen mlu
t'tc walk from Court House, on the "Hi 1 jee
Hon; modern Improvements! heated by tor
nace; slntost newly furnished, containing; P'jn'j
many hooks, two liod moms fitted, etc. m
rent for n month until April 1. Address,
"rurnlslied," 1 O. Hox 213, Kcranton, I'a.
KOIt RENT 100 LACKAWANNA AVKNUE,
four noors; elevator; best itore and loca
tion in Scranton.
FOR SVLU-anVKX YHAR OLD M.KI., HOOD
looker ami traxclet; with buggy irtTI harness.
Addnss, 0, Tribune.
mu.it be in good order; ctnte particulars as
to make and price. Address, L. M., general de
livery, Scranton, I'a.
PROPOSALS WILL HI'. RIX'KIVI'.I) AT Till:
ntllce of the City I'.nglneer. Seianton, Pa.,
until S o'clock p. in., on Thmsday, the rlexerlli
ilav "I October, A. I)., Vixl. for cleaning nnd
painting Linden sheet aud Roaring llrook btidges,
ni cording to Kpeciticationa on file In the otthi
of thi' city engineer. Proposals must he for
one (1) and two (2) coats ol paint as specified,
ttiddeis will be reipilied to enclo-e cash or er
titled check for the sum of $23.00 with eneli
Tin- city leserves the right to reject any or
nil bids. JOSIll'll P. PHILLIPS,
SHVI.KD PltOPOSAIS WILL UK RKCK1VKI) AT
the ultlce of the sccietury of the flciaiitou
Poor District until 4 p. in., October I, l!Kin, for
the erection nnd completion of a lirlik storage
building to be located at Hillside ll'iine. near
Clink's Summit, in uecordnnce with the pinna
and specifications picpaicd by Kilwaul II. DaUs,
iiichitcct, Council building, Scranton, P.i.,
where the plana can lie obtained.
Tin- sum of two hunched ilollnix In rash, or
ccititled check shall be eiicloseil with eaeli
proposal, which sum shall he forfeited to the
district In case of refusal, or omission on the
part of the- contractor whose proposal shall be
accept'sl to execute the contract within tell
days alter .iwnrdiug the same. The hoaid re
srncs the right to u-Jeil any or nil bids.
C. .1. ('.ILLI.SPIK. Secietary.
SI.AL1M) PROPOAI.S WILL UK HKU.IVKI) AT
the ottice of the clt cleik, Scranton, I'a.,
until 7.S0 o'clock (i. li'., Thursdav. Oct. 11, 1WW.
to eonsituct a sewn system Willi tbejieei'osaiy
biiincbes, extension, connections, basins, mau
boics and tlxtuies as designated and deerlbcd
on the plans and specltlcations picpared bv the
city engineer nnd on file in his ofllce. The f.iid
sewer to commence in t.rovc street nt the Lack
liwnnna river; thence alone Clove sticet to Al
blight uicmie; ulso In Albright acenuc from
Court street to alley nlonr line between f-ee-ond
and Twenty-first wards, also in aboe men
tioned alley from Albright aenuc to Diamond
nceniie; alo in Mea'le sicnue fiom above jneii
tlorcd alley to a point about B0 feet couth of
(curt stieet; also in lllulr avenue from the
aboic mentioned alley to a point about ,"0 feet
south of Couit street; also in Diamond nicnue
fiom Piovidence io.ul to a point about Kit) feet
south ot Couit street; nlso in alley south of
Court stieet from Diamond avenue in a west
eily direction about 1C0 feet; thence in a
noitherly direction about 200 feet. Hach pio
posal shall be accompanied by cash or ceitfrled
check In the sum of three bundled dollars as a
guarantee to execute a contract for the woik
within ten days from dale of award If awarded
the same. The city icserves the right to reject
auv or all bids. By order of city councils,
SI. T. LAVKLLE. City Clerk.
Sept. 27, I !W0.
Till: ANNUAL SIKKTTNO OF Till". SIESIM'.KS
of the Pcnnsyhanin Oral School for the Deaf,
for the election of four directors to serve three
i cars, iiml for the transaction of sucli other
l.u-iiics.s as may piopcily he brought befole the
meeting, will lie held nt the oiflce of Hie Seeie
tary. Kcom 10.1 Connell building, Scranton, I'a.,
on'l'rldav, Oct. i, at 3 o'clock.
HUSKY ULLIN, JR., Secretary.
NOTICK-TIIK ANNUAL SH.l-.TINa OF Till!
members of The Lackawanna Stoic Associa
tion, LimlteJ, will he held at the otllce of the
association in the City of Scranton, I'a., on
Wednesday. October 3, 11JO0, at 10 o'clock a. m.,
for the election of managers for the ensiling
year, and for the tiansaction of such other
business as may properly come before the meet
ing. II. S. FAIRCIHLD,
Scranton, I'a., Sept. 10, 1!)00. Secretary.
AMENDMENT TO Tlli. CONSTITUTION PRO
POSED TO THE CITIZENS OF THIS COM
jMONWEALTH FOR THEIR APPROVAL OK
ItlMECTION BV THE OF.NLRAL ASSKSIM.Y
OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYL
VANIA, PUULISHKh BY ORDER OF Till'.
SECHI1TARY OF THE COMMONWEALTH, LV
PURSUANCE OF ARTICLE .Will OF TUP.
A JOINT RESOLUTION
Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of
Section 1. Ue it lesohed by the Senate and
House ot Itepicsentathes of the Commonwealth
in (leneral assembly met, That the fallowing is
proposed us amendments to the Constitution of
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, in accord
ance with the provisions ot the eighteenth article
Amendment One to Article Eight, .Section One.
Add at the end ot the Hist paragiaph of said
section, after the words "shall be entitled to
ote at all elections," the words "subject how
ever to such laws requiring nnd regulating the
registration of electors ns the General Assembly
may enact," so that the said !.ectlon shall read
Section 1. Quantitations of Elector. Every
mule clli7cn twenty -one yeais of age, possessing
the following qualifleatlons, "shall be entitled to
xote nt all elections, subject however to such
laws icqiilring and regulating the registration of
electors as the general assembly may enact:
He shall hae been a citizen of the United
States nt least one month.
He shall have resided in the state one year
(or If, loving previously been a qualified elector
or native burn citizen of the state, he shall
have removed therefrom and relumed, within
six months, Immediately pieeeding the elec
tion.) He shall have resided In the election district
where ho shall oflfer to vote nt least two months
Immediately preceding lire election.
If twenty-two years of age and upwards, he
bh.ill have paid within two years a state or
county tax, which shall lute been assessed at
least two months and paid at least one month
before the election.
Amendment KIcuu to Article Eight, Section
Strike out fiom said section the words "but
no elector shall bo deprived of Hie prh liege of
xotliig byreason of bis name not being iculs
teicd." and ndd to sold section the tot lo win'-
words, "hut laws regulating and requiring the
registration of electors may be enacted to apply
to cities only, provided that such laws be 11111
foim for cities of the same class," to that the
Bjtil Median shall read ns follows:
Section 7. Uniformity of Election Laws, All
laws icgulatlng tho holding of elections by the
citizens or for tlio registration of electors shall
ho uniform throughout Hie state, but laws regu
lating and requiring the icghtratlon of elec
tors may be enacted to apply to cities only,
provided that such laws be uniform fur cities of
the same clas.
A true ropy of the Joll.t Resolution.
. . ..w',w' "-BUST,
Secretary of the t'ommoniicaljli,
AMI'.N'DMFAT TO THE CONSTITUTION 'RO
POSED TO THF. CITIZENS OF THIS COM.
MONWEALTII I 'Oil 1 1IKIII APPROVAL OR
lU'JEOTION I1Y Till! (ILNEItAL AK.SHMIII.Y
OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF PIANSM,.
VANIA, PUULISHKH HY ORDER OF, THE
SEOHKTAHV OP 1I1K COMMONWEALTH, IN
PURSUANCE OF ARTICLE .Will OF THE
A dOINT HKSOLUTION
proposing an amendment to the .Constitution of
Section 1. Ue it resolved by the Senate ami
House) ol RcprescntatUes of the Commonwealth
of Peimsyliaiiiu In (leneral Assembly met, That
the following Is proposed as an amendment tn
the Constitution of tile Commonwealth ol Penn
sylvania in accordance with the provisions ol
the Eighteenth article thereof,
Stiike out section four of article eight, and In
sert In place thereof, as follows:
Section 4. All elections bv the citizens shall
bu by ballot or by such other method as may
bo prescribed by law: Provided, That secrecy
In toting bo inesened.
A true copy of the Joint Resolution.
W. W. aitlEST.
Secretary ol tho Commonwealth,
Inn. hv old established bouse. Salarv ?1U0
month; also liberal commission on sales; iiOO
cash and icferenccs lequlrcd. Address Hox S1,
HELP WANT ED-FEMALE.
for Kineial housework. Apply 714 Adams
LADY TO CALL ON PHYSICIANS lll'IAHDINIt
an article of rendy sale; wood opportunity for
bright woman, flans llros., 103 South Thirteenth
J3 .MONTHLY AND
expense ! permanent. I'crry Musery to.,
SlyfmWANTETC-T() 0 OUT HV Till',
day, and will tuke washing home. Address
Kr'tl Pi lee stieet.
WANTED-TO WORK II V DAY OR WEEK.
Address, Untie, rear 1S.SU Providence road.
SITl'ATIO.V VNTi:t)-TO (10 OUT, THE FIRST
part of tlie week, washing and Ironing by the
day; washing and ironing talten home also. Call
or iiildicsg, b. I!., ::.il North Sumner avenue.
PLACE WANTED-AS CHILD'S NURSE, OR AT
light second work, by nc.it. spry nnd relia
ble gill, sleeping at home preferred. Address
.1. SL, Tribune cilllce, cily.
WANTED WASIIINII AND IRONING TO DO AT
home, by first class laundress. Call ov nil
dress, Jlrs. A, I 620 Forest court, city.
WANTED-WORIv AH LAUNDRESS FOR JION
days, or any kind of work, housecleanlng or
olHces; can give bet city references. Address
T. SI,, 702 Elm street.
WANTED - WASHINO AND 1RONINO Oil
cleaning; beat reference. Address A. J.,
SITUATION WAXTIIO HY .MIDDLE AOED CENT
of Integrity and Ftrlct attendance to busi
ness, with 10 years experience In brewery ac
counting, as bookkeeper, clerk or collector: best
lefcrences. Address T, 202 South street, Wilkes
liar re, Pa.
SITUATION WANTED-RYi A GIRL IS YEARS
old to do light housework or mind luby.
Address :u Putnam street. North End, cily.
DRESSMAKING FOR CHILDBF.N TO ORDER;
also ladles' waist). Louise Shoemaker, 213
A. IJ. HHKiOS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS AND
cubs pools; no odor. Improxed pumps used.
A. II. BR1UOS. 1'ioprlctor, I.caio orders 1100
North Slain incline, or Eicke's drug store, cor
ner Adams and Stulbeiry. Telephone 9310.
EDWARD C SPAULD1NG, C.
ers' Dank building,
P. A., 23 TRAD-
EDWARD II. DAVIS,
FREDERICK L. DROWN, ARCHITECT, PRICE
building, 120 Washington avenue, Scranton.
Cabs and Carriages.
RUI1HER TIRED C'AUS AND CARRIAGES; UEST
of orviic Piompt attention giien oiders, by
'phone. 'Phones 2072 and r'!32. Joseph Kcllej,
DR. C. E. EILENBERGEIt, PAUI.I UUILDING
Spiuie sheet, fc'eranton.
DR. I. O. LYMAN, SCRANTON PRIVATE 1IOS
pital, coiner Wyoming and Mulberry.
DR. C. C. LAUflACII, 113 WYOMING AVENUE.
!!(. II. F. REYNOLDS, Ol'P. V. O.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 123 AND 127 FRANKLIN AVE
line. Halts le.isonahle.
P. ZI'.lGI.EIt, Pioptietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR 1).. L. k W. FAS
senger depot. Conducted on the European (dan.
VICTOR KOCH, Propiletor.
.1. W. DROWNTXn, ATTORNBY AND COUNSEL
lor-al-law. Rooms !U2-3!:t .Meats building.
D. R. REl'LOtlLE, ATTORNEY LOXXS NKGO-
tinted on leal estate security. Slears building,
corner Washington avenus and Spuice stieet.
FRANlT" E. ROYLi:, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL-lor-at-law.
Ilurv building, Rooms IS anil II,
WII.LARD. WARREN .t KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
end coiinselloia-at-law. Republican bull 'In1,',
.1ESSU1' & .ILSSI'P, A'lTORNF.VS AND COD.V.
sellors-at-law. Commonwealth building, Rooms
111, 20 and 21.
IAMES W. OAKI'ORD. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.'
Rooms r.14, fdfl and filfl Hoard of Trade build
ing. EDWARD W. THAYER. ATTORNEY.
'MCi-liOl, Uth Hour, Sliars building.
L. A. WATTIES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, HOARD
of Tiadc- building, Sci anion, Pa.
C, It. PITCHER. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, HOARD
of Trade building, Siriinton, Pa.
PATTERSON k WILCOX, TRADERS' NATIONAL
C. COMEGYS, D-Kl REPURI.ICAN IIUILDINn.
A. W. HEIITIIOLK, ATTORNEY. SIEARS III.DC.
Physicians and Surgeons,
DR. W. E, ALLEN, 311 NORTH WASHINGTON
DR. S. W. L'AMOItl'.AHX, OFFICE ,'.:.') WASH
Ingtou avenue, Holelcnce, 1118 Mulberry.
Chionic diseased, lungs, he.ut, Kidneys ami
ginlto-urliiary organs a specialty, Hums, 1 to
1 p. in.
SCHOOL OF THE I.NCKAWANNA, SCR ANTON,
'j, t'ouise pieparatory lo college, law, ineul
cine or business. Opni Sept. l-tb. Send fur
catalogue-. Rev, Thomas St ('ami, Lb. I)., prim
clpal and pioprietorj W, II. Pbimley, A. SI,,
G. R. CLARK k (().. SEEDSMEN AD M'llv
iijnieii, store 201 Washington avenue; gieen
houses, iii30 North Main iiu-niie; stoic 1 -v.
JOSEPH KUETTEL, RIIAR .111 LU.'KA WANNA
jifiine, Scranton, Pa., manufacturer of Hiic
HAUER'S 0HCHKSTRA-.S11'SIC! FOR ll.M.LS,
picnics, parlies icccplions, weddings and con
cert work furnished. For teims address R. .1,
llauer, conductor, 117 Wiemlng aunue, oer
Ililbert'd iiiu.-to store.
MEaAKOEK 11R0S., PRINTERS' SUPPLIES, KX.
v elopes, paper bags, twine. Warehouse, 130
Washington au'nue, Scranton, I'a.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE
Schedule In Effect May 87, 1000.
Trains leave Scranton t
0.45 a. m.( week days, for Bunbury,
Hnrrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and for Pitts
burg and the West.
D.38 a. m., veok days, for Haaleton,
Pottsvllle, Beading, Norrlstown,
nnd Philadelphia; and for Bun
bury, Hnrrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitta
burg and the West.
2.18 p, m., week days, (Sundays
1.68. pxn.,) for Bunbury, Harris
burg, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington and Pittsburg and
the West. For Hazletonf Potts
vlllo, Beading, &c, week days.
4.27 p. m., week days, for Bunbury,
Hazleton, Pottsville, Harrlsburg,
Philadelphia and Pittsburg.
.1. It. WOOD, Gen. Pas. Afft.
J. II. HUTCHINSON, cn. Mff.
Delaware Lackawanna and Western.
In Effect .tune 10. 1000. -
.soul h Leave Scranton for New York at i..
.1.00, fl.10, 8.00 and lO.or, a. m 12.M, 3.88 and
8.10 p. m. For Philadelphia at 0.40, 8.00 and
.-.u u. ni., js.oj anei ;i.n.i p. m. rui .--burg
nt 0.10 p. ni. Slllk and accommodation at
'.hii p. ni. Arrive at lionoKcn ni u.ua, ...o.
nnd 11.30 p. m. ' Kroiii Ht'r'oucisburg nt 8.03 a. nt.
i.iMiii i.envc Ncrunton tor inuiaio mm .
mediate stations at 1.10, 4.10 and 8.30 - m-!
1.03, fi.lS nnd 11.35 p. tn. For Oswego and Byra-
rtlCn o. A in - ', m mm . Vn ITtlrB flt
1.10 a. in. and l,f p. m. For Montrone at 8.30
m.; 1.01 p, m. and B.41 p. m. For Nlehol;
son nt 4.00 nnd 0.13 p. m. For Blnghamton. 10.M
mill Q r.l n .u ' ... ts ... .rr-m Ruffalo
"' 1.30, 2.33, c.33 nnd 10.00 a. m.; 3.30 andS.OO
P- ni. From Oswcko and Syracuse at 2.5S a. nt.;
J2.S8 nnd 8(H) p. ,, from HHea at 2.65 a.m.;
'2 IS ami s.so p in. rrom Nicholson at 0.60 a.
tn. and 0.00 p. m. From Slontrose at 7.63 and
'"' m.; 3.20 and 8.00 n. in.
niooinsburir Division Lcavo Scranton fo
fcrthninherlnnd nt fl.15, 10.05 a. m.; 1.65 im
f.fiO p. m. Kor Plvmnutli at 1.05. 3.40, 8.05 in
11. J.) II in. Pni. Vnnlltm nt Kin a. m. Arriv
at Northuinberlnnd nt 0.S5 a. m.; 1.10, 6.00 and
p. m. Arrive nt Nnnticokc at 9.10 . n.
Ar"e at Plvinnnit, nt no 4 -14. 0.60 n. m. and
12.30 a ,. Arrhe nt Scranton from Northum
herland at n.42 n. m.j 12.33, 4.60 and 8.46 p.
?.V Fi,nm Nanticnke at 11.00 a. m. From
I'lymouth nt 7.30 11. m 3.20, 6.35 ond 11.10 p. m.
,, ., SFNlUTtlTltMSS.
hoiiHi-Lc.no Scianton.,hlflo3.00, 6.40, 10.05 a.
m. ; 3.3,1, 3.(0 and 8.10 p m.1
--"--"...riiie r-crancon hi. j.iu, s.iw a. .,., -,
6.48 and 11.3.1 p. m.
inonisiiHr(f DivWon-Leave Scranton at iu.ud
a. m. and fi.nn p. m.
Delaware and Hudson.
In F.lTeet June 13th, 1000.
Trains for Carbondale leave Scranton at B.H,
7.5.1, 8.63. 10.13 a. m. ; 12.00, 1.23, 2.20, 3.82, 6.23,
0.25, 7.57, (1.15, 11.16 p. m.; 1.18 a. m.
For Honendaie and take Lodoro 6.20, 10.13 (
m. ; 2.20 and 6.25 p. m.
For Wllkes-Ilarre 0.45. 7.48, 8,43. 0.39, 10.43 a.
m.; 12.03, 1.2S, 2.18, 3 33, 4.27, 0.10. 7.49, 10.41,
11. SO p. m.
For L. V. H. n. po!nt9-0.45 a. m.; 12.03, 2.18,
3.3) ond 11.30 p. m.
For Pennsjhanla It. It. points 0.45, 0.38 a.
m.; 2.18 nnd 4.27 p. m.
For Albany nnd all points north 0.20 a. ra.
and 3.52 p. m.
For Caibondale 7.20, 0.00, 11.33 a. m.; 2.20,
3.52, 5.47, 10.62 p. ill.
For Wllkes-narre 0.38 a. m.; 12.03, 1.53, 3.28.
4.42. 0.27. 8.27 p. m.
For Albany and points north 3.52 p. in.
For Honesdalc and Lake Lodore 9.00, 11.33 a.
m. and 3.52 p. m.
Lowest rates to all points In United States and
.1. W. BtinDlCK, 0. P. A., Albany, N. T.
II. V. CROSS, D. P. A., Scranton. Pa.
Lehigh Valley Bailroad.
In Effect May 27, 1000.
Trains Leave Scranton.
For Philadelphia and New York vis D. fc !?.
It. II., nt 0.45 a. m. nnd 12.03, 2.18, 4.27 (Blc'
Diamond Express), and 11.30 p. in. Sundays, .
k II. H. R.. 1.53, 7.43 p. m. ...
For White Haven, Hailcton and principal
points In the coal regions, via D. & H. R. K.,
0.45, 2.13 and 4.27 p. m. For Pottsville, 0.45,
2.18 p. m. .. , .
For IJcthlehcm. Easton, nending-, Harrlsbure
nnd principal intermediate stntlona via D. & II.
n It., 0.45 a. m.; 12.03, 2.18, 4.27 (Black Dla.
mond Eipress), 11.30 p. m. Sundays, D. & II.
It. It., 1.58, 7.48 p. m.
For Tiinkhannock, Towanda. Elmira, Ithaca,
Oeneva and principal Intermediate stations, via
I), L. & W, It. It., 8.08 a. m.; 1.05 and 3.35
For Oeneva, Rochester. BuHalo, Niagara Falls,
ChicoBo, nnd all points west, via D. k IL B. B.,
12.01. 3.33 (Black Diamond Express), 7.48, 10.41,
11.30 p. ni. Sundays, V. k II. R. R., 12.03 p.
mpulVnianP'parlor nnd sleepinir or Lehigh Valley
parlor ears on all trains between Wllkes-Barre
and 'New York. Philadelphia, Buffalo and Sus
pension Brldpe. ..,. ..... i
ItOLLIN II. WILBUR, Gen. Supt., 20 Cortland
street. New York.
CHAItLKS S. I.F.i:. Gen. Pass. Agt., 20 Cortland
street. New York.
A. W. NON'NKMACIir.n, Dlv. Pass. Agt., South
For tickets nnd Pullman reservations apply 300
Lackawanna avenue, Scranton, Fa.
Central Eailrond of New Jersey.
Stations In New Yoik Foot of Liberty street,
K." II.. and South Ferry.
Anthracite coal used exclusively, Insuring
rleonllness and comfort.
TIJIK TABLE IN EFFECT MAY 29, 1000.
Tnlns leave Scranton for New York, Newark,
rlirabclh. Philadelphia, Kaston, Bethlehem, Al
entSwn Mauch Chunk and White Haven, at S.S0
a. m,; express, 1,20; express, 1.00 p. in. Sun-
'' Fot Plflst'on'nd Wllles-narre, R.S0 a. m.; 1.20
and 4.00 u. in. Sundays, 2.15 p. m.
For Mountain Park. 8.30 a. m., 1.20 and 4.00
n ui Sundavs, 2.15 p. m.
For Baltimore and Washington, and points
South and Ves,t via Bethlehem, 8.30 a. m., 1.20
p. m. Sinidnva, 2.15 p. m.
For Long Branch. Oeenn Grove, etc., ot 8.30
a. in. and 1.20 p. in.
For-neading. Lebanon nnd Harrlshiirg, la Al
lenlown, 8.30 a. m. and 1.20 p. m. Sundays,
2.15 p. m.
For Pottsville, S.S0 n. m 1.20 p. m.
Through tickets lo nil points east, south anl
west at lowest rates at Hie station.
J. 11. OIH.H.U'SKN. Oen. Supt.
II, P. BALDWIN, Oen. Pais. Agt.
New York, Ontario nnd Western B.B.
TIME TABLE IN EFFITT SUNDAY, JUNK 24,
North Hound Tralna.
Scrnn- Carhop- An Ive
ton. tiaie. Cadosla.
,.10.10 a.m. 11,20 a, in, 1.05 p. m.
,, 3.45 p. m. 4.32 p. in. 8.15 p, m,
,, 0.00 p. m.Arrhe Caibondale, 0.40 p. in.
Koiilll iiuunci inuus.
7.00 a, in,
10.02 a, m.
3,31 p, in.
7,40 a. m.
10.45 a. ni.
4.20 p. m.
,,,. 8.40 n. m,
2,05 p. m.
T,cno J,0?vn .-.
Scran- Carbon. Arrlva
ton. dale. Cadosla,
,, 8.30 a. in. 0.10 a. m. 10.41 a. m.
"" 7,00 p. tn. Arrive Carbondale, 7,43 p. m.
Cadosla, Carbondale, Scranton,
4.30 p. in. .'.64 p. m. 0.85 p.ni.
i-rn'in'No. 201 makes connection for points
N'oitli and Fcuth on Main Line, ot Cadosla!
Tialns Nos. 20" and 20S make Main Line con-
nPFor further Intorn'iallon, consult ticket agents,
I () ANllllllON, Oen. 1'as.s. Agt,, New York.
J f' WFLSIl Traveling Passenger Agent. Serin-
Erie and Wyoming Valley
Time Table In l.lTcc-t September 17, 1000.
Trains lor llawley nnd local points, connect-
inir at llawlev with llrlo railroad for Now York,
Keuhurah and Intermediate points, leave Scrsn-
tun at 7,0.3 n. in. and 2.21 p. m.
Trains anhe at Sc-ranton at 10.30 a. m. and
0.10 i, m.
Till'. WILKi:SB.ltllK ItF.COlm (!AN BK nAl
in Seianton at the news stands of ntisman
III os., 103 SpiiHO aud 603 Linden; II. Norton,
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