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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1900.
LITTLE HOPE TOR HERBERT.
Edward Herbert, who was ttobbeil
by th- ltalliiii Slrliino, Sunday tilBht,
writ, operated upon last eVenlnp; nt Dr.
Wlw.'li'r's private linsuiltiil. His con
dition was lionules' before tlie operu
tlon and it wiih utmost hopeless iitlor
ward. A holo litreo enough tor the mtr
goon's IliiEcr was found In the bowel.
General peritonitis had resulted nnd
this, with the Internal heniorrlitne.
made n bod ntuto of iHTults. Tin re In
cisions were made, the Intestine taken
out und thoroughly cleansed and the
abdominal onvlly Hushed, lie milled
after the operation, but bis system wns
bo thoroughly poisoned ilttilnrc the
lapse of forty-elRht hours between the
Btnbblnir and the operation that It Is
feared he can survive only u short
"The Drummer KvanRellst," llev. W.
II. Williams, bhvo his noted lecture,
"Ilrealtlnif Home Ties." Monday even
lns In the First rrcsbyterlan church.
At tho close of his lecture, he perfected
the organization of the Anti-Saloon
league for Carbondnlo with a larffo
Mr. Williams will return to Carbon
dale, October. 10, and Instruct the oltl
eers In the line of work for the leaEUo
to talsc up at once. Mr. Williams leaves
today for ten days' lecturing In Wyo
The ofllcors elected at Monday even
ing's meeting are as follows: Presi
dent, It. D. Stuart; first vice-president,
W. 11. Bronson; second vice-president,
F. M. SnedeUer; third vice-president, J.
D. Burr: secretary. N. F. Stephens;
treasurer, Ii. D. Wolfe.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL.
Hnrry Stringer has returned to New
York, where lie has seemed employ
ment In a rlgnr manufactory. Mr.
Stringer formerly worked lor Mayor
Kilnatrlck, and was forced into Idle
ness by the strike.
Mrs. George Foster has returned from
Farvlow to her home In this city.
The maple trees In front of the prop
el ties of II. r. Wheeler, M. D and F.
C. Munn, on Church slreet, wore re
moved yesterdny. Some years ago,
when the stieet was graded, the trans
were transplanted and it has been a
hard struggle for existence with them
since. They were more dead than alive
and had to be sacrificed despite the
great loss to the appearance of the
Mrs. N. A. Lewis and sons, Milton
and Frisble, left yesterday for Wya
luslng, where they will reside. They
will open a bakery store there. Thlr
niany Carbondale friends will regret
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Shannon and Miss
Grace Miller have returned from Blng
hamton. Rev. M. C. Elliott is attending the
meeting1 of the Congregational asso
ciation at Coaldalo.
Dr. D. L. Bailey, Thomas Levlson,
Michael Stone and Harry Wolcott were
among the Carbondallnns who attended
the funeral of the late Dr. A. 13. Burr
in Scranton yesterday.
Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Chaffee will give
a reception Wednesday evening at the
Methodist Episcopal church to the
membeis of the church and congrega
The regular monthly meeting of
council was held on Monday evening'.
Gallagher, Gillespie, O'Holloran and
Van Sickle were absent. The street
commissioner's hill for the month of
September was approved. It amounted
to ?l"0. Other bills passed were as
follows: M. D. Brown & Co., $3.5.;
Gamowell company, 37,50; Olyphant
Water company, $1."."; police officers,
$90; H. J. Bcaupre, $14.3."; AV. P. Law
ler, $2S.C0; Lally Bros., $7.1R; Peck
Lumber company, $23.12. The expenses
nt the electric; plant amounted to
J2"l.nt. Tho auditors' bills were held
up once more and will not bo passed
until council finally accepts the re
port, which Is now In the hands of
the finance committee.
Inspector Kilcullen reported that he
had secured a partial payment for hla
services from the sewer company and
a promise of complete bettlemenl In
the near future. The finance commit
tee recommended the exoneration from
taxes of several property holders. A
report from the viewers recently ap
pointed by court to look over the
route of the proposed ('.tension to tho
borough's sower system, was read. It
stated that a meeting' would bo 'held
In tho council rooms on Monday morn
ing, to hear all exceptions to tho
schedule of damages and lienefltx
which they have prepared. President
Nealon appointed Messrs. McMeans,
Brown and Foley as a committee to
attend the meeting and look after Ilia
horough's interests. A, communication
from the Susquehanna Street Baptist
church wns reud, asking permission to
mako a connection with the sewer on
Delaware street. The request was
complied with. A bill of Onmagps.
amounting to $20, from Mrs. Ann
Grady, of Scotch street, was roferied
to the borough solicitor, Two reso
lutions were passed, authorizing that
nn order for $0"G, In the hands of tho
Alcatraz Paving company, and ono oC
412.fi0, held by tho Kurelcn Fire Hose
company, "be made Inteiest bearing.
Tho contract with Stephen Flann
ghun for the construction of the sower
extension, wns read and accepted. It
specifies that the work shall be com
pleted by December S and that tha
work shall ha under the supervision
of Civil Engineer A. W, Long, Tho
territory covered by the extension will
Include Susquehanna, Jones, Rueo,
Willow and River streets. The con
tractor furnished a bond In the sum
of ?4,'I00 ns security. Tho bond was re
ferred to tho attorney. The matter of
placing drinking cups at the fountain
was brought up by Mr, Reap. Coun
cil decided to procure the same. Stieot
Commissioner Nealon xub directed not
to clean any section of the street left
In bad condition by the sewer com
pany, ns tho company is held respon
sible for the condition of them. Sec-
money, fs-oo. bead lot fren book.
Fr Salt by JOHN H, PHELPS,
am m w mm J rfjL
.. ,.,i,. v i i. i ... 7 peiiect, anu impart a licaitnf
vigor to the whole btlnp. Alt drains and lojiel art checked tirmantntly, Unlew patien
are properly cured, their condition olten worriei theminto Imanily, Comumplion or Death
Mailed sealed. Price ii terhnviA hnc ui,K i,nni.ii t-.i ....Xn... ....... r..-.i.k
vHA i- W
ivtary O'Malley was Instructed to rail
Mr. FltiMilglmn'n attention to some
newer pipes that have been broken and
have mime repnlied ill once. The
meeting then adjourned to meet Mon
William Reese Is' finite III nt his
liuin'i on Hill street.
All or the bnrber hlinps will bo closed
todn,y from 12 to 8 p. in., on account
txP till tltfttlu
The Olyphant ttrovvns will cross bats
with the Scranton Lngue team on the
Brown's Ri'omulfl tomorrow afternoon.
Misses Katlo LortiiM and Mary Ho
gun have returned from n visit to
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Howard, of
Serauton, who have bem guests at the
LncSmwnniui Home, returned, home
Ii. K. Klngslcy, of Pntlsvllle, spent
yeslcrday In town.
Bonn's Military band will participate
In the parade at Scranton today.
Mrs. tl. Ft. Bush has t plumed home
from Maucli Chunk, where she has
been visiting relatives.
Jacob Oulsburg has gone to New
York on a business trip.
Mlsn Mame Wnde Is spending the
week with Plttston friends.
JERMYN AND MAYFIBLD
School Board Meeting Last Evening.
Personal nnd Other News.
The monthly meeting of the school
board was held last evening. There
was little of public Interest transacted.
The following bills wore road -and or
dered paid: Rushbrook Water Co., $8:
Snuer & Co.. $25.20; Glnn & Co., $43.75
Butler, Sheldon & Co., S19.6S; Electric
Lights, $1; Press, $.1.50; Llpplneott &
Co., $33.(10; Burdette & Co., $21; May
naid. Merrill & Co., $2S.36; J. G. Avery.
$14.03; H. J. Whitman & Co., $173.S2;
Graves Bros., CO cents. The visiting
committee for the present months are
Dopew, Mellow and Loughney.
Mrs. Robert Edwards nnd daughters,
Gladys and Lillian, of Carbondale, are
visiting her mother, Mrs. Davis, of
North Second street.
Michael McHale and Michael Mnl
doon, of the East Side, left yesterday
on a visit to Boston and other points
The school board Is prepared to re
ceive bids for the hauling of coal from
the Delaware and Hudson breaker and
the removal of ashes from the schools.
The local lodges of United Mine
Workers will not take part In the pnr
ado at Scranton today. It Is under
stood tho Jermyn, Mayfield, Cnrboidale
and Forest City lodges will parnde.at
Carbondale later on. A large number
will go from here today to witness
the Scranton parade.
Sir. and Mrs. Michael Brenncn have
returned from their wedding trip.
Mrs. Christopher Whitney is ill at
her home, on Second stieet.
Mrs. A. F. Shields is isiting friends
at Afton, N. Y.
W. S. Badger, James Nicholson and
Isaac Avery attended a meeting of
the Republican county committee at
Several of the Democratic candi
dates for county honors. Including M.
F. Conry and C. G. Boland, were In
town yesterday and afterwards were
driven by Nelson Graves out in the
Miss Grace Bourn, of Scranton, vis
ited her shUer, Mrs. Horace Jones, over
Mrs. LaBar is moving to Scranton.
Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Frlsclikorn hii
tertalned the following guests, Satur
day evening: Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Mil
ler. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Miller, Mis.
L. E. Miller and Miss Olln Miller.
The remains of Elizabeth Corinne,
the four-months-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Merrihue, of Scranton.
were brought here for pterment on
Miss Helena Holllster Is attending
school In Scianton.
Prof. Bush, of Gouldsboro, has moved
his family into S. S. Yeager's house,
on Mill street.
Hairlet, the youngest child of Mr.
and Mrs. George Bird, Is ill with scar
Mrs. L. E. Miller, of Ottawa, Iowa,
Is the guest or Mr. and -Mrs. B. E.
Mrs. Catterson left Saturday for
Salem, where she expects to spend the
Jesse Gardner returned home from
Wyoming seminary, Friday, on account
James Reed Injured.
Mr. James Reed struck his leg
ngalnst a cake or lee In such a manner
as to bruise It seveiely. It became
very much swollen and pained him so
badly that he could not walk without
the aid of crutches. He was treated
by physicians, also used several lhuls
of liniment and two und a half .llims
of whisky In bathing It, but nothing
gave any relief until he begun usiug
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. This
brought almost a complete cure In a
week's time and ho believes that had
ho not used this remedy his leg would
have had to be amputated. Mr. Reed
Is one of the leading merchants of Clay
Court House, W. Va. Pain Balm Is
unequuled for hpralns, bruises and
rheumutlsm. For sale by all druggists,
Matthew Bros,, wholesale and lelnll
The lawn in front of tho Methudlst
church bus been very much Improved
which adds greatly tu the appear
ance of Hid edifice.
(Jennie Hall and family, of Wilkes
Barre, are occupying the resldonce on
Main street, recently vacated by Mr,
Ohappell, of Providence,
Mr. Miles, of Springfield, Ohio, la
vlsltlns Thomas Smith.
llev, Mr, HntMing and wife, who
have been visiting their founer home,
Helghtstown, N, J for the past two
weeks, have returned home,
The Grand Army post here held a
very Bnterestlng meeting a.t thelr
rooms last Saturday livening. Jtefiesh
iiiniltH wniu served ut tho band room,
which wus enjoyed by a huge number
A. H. Christy, who has been lesldlug
TheyliaYe itood ttie test ofyetrf .
and hive cured thousand) ol
caiei ol Ncrvout Uncases, sucp
at Debility. Dirzloess. SleeuleiK
dcsi and Varlcocele.Atrophy.ac.
J V.V 1 . W.I..U, tl.Ull.(U
tho circulation, make digcstloa
AJJrcii. PF1I uf nil'lUP nn . niianri. n.
Fharmaclsl, ccr. Wycming ntnui and
here during the summer, ban returned
Dr. Is. C. Mackcy, who hud an op
eration performed on his limb recently,
Is Improving and expects to be able to
be out soon.
Y. P. C. V. CONVENTION.
Meeting of the Susquehanna Asso
ciation of VntvcrsnlistB.
The tenth annual convention of the
Young People's Christian union of the
Susquehanna association of Unlver
sallsts mot In Gibson on Saturday and
Sunday, Oct. 6 and 7. All tho unions
were represented with the exception
of the Scranton union. It was noon
before tho convention was called to or
der by the president, Rev. James Her
rlok. A noontide prayer meeting wns
one of the features. Dinner was served
by tho Gibson union In the hull oppo
site the church.
At half past one the convention was
called to order for afternoon session
and the following oftlcerB for the year
elected; President, Gertrude Waldlo;
vice-president, Mr. Terry; secretary,
Amelia Brown; nsslstnnt eoretary, Al
ma Goodrich; treasurer, Nellie LoomH.
Several papers were road and dis
cussed. The condition of tho Sunday
schools In the association was brought
up and discussed. The unloners xverA
urged to do all In their power to keep
up the Interest In the Sunday schools.
The place for holding the February
convention was left In the hands of
the president. An nmendment to the
constitution was offered by which the
time of holding a stated meeting may
be changed by u majority vote of the
members present at the preceding con
vention. It will be acted upon at the
At C.4r. a devotional service was lead
by Amelia Brown, who took for her
HUbloct, "What Things Are of Profit."
This was followed by a literary pro
gramme of merit. J. h. Tiffany gave
n short history of the convention. He
.said: Ten years ago last September,
at the meeting of the Susquehanna as
sociation nt Fleetville, Rev. O. R.
Beardsley suggested the calling of a
meeting to organize a convention of
the Young People's Christian union In
the association. An Invitation was ex
tended to the unions lo meet at Nich
olson the ilrst Saturday in October.
At the appointed time a large number
of the unloners mot and formed an or
ganization. Since which time the con
vention has met three times .a year.
But one meeting of the convention has
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock the
regular church services were held,
followed by the communion and the
baptism of two children. This wna
followed by a session of the Sunday
At fi.30 a devotional meeting was lead
by E. A. Sweet. Subject. "Heroism,
or Iron in the Blood." This was fol
lowed by the regular monthly, .union
Toot Ball Coming Exercise United
Mine Workers Will Parade Other
At present there are two foot ball
organizations here and much rivalry
exists between them, and in the course
of 'a few days they will struggle for
supremacy. Sutlsfactorj, arrange
ments will in all probability be made
with the promoters of the gridiron, and
the public will soon see a wholesome
revlvnl of the greatest foot ball game
that has ever been played in this
This afternoon, Local branch, Xo.
1013, United Mine Workers of Ameri
ca, will participate In the great par
ade and labor demonstration which Is
to be held In Scranton. The officials
have been working zealously for the
past few weeks, preparing for the par
ade, and expect to have the largest
turnout of any union.
Miss Susie Harris, of Union street,
was the guest of friends In Olyphant
Miss Agnes Reese has returned to
her home in Plymouth after being the
guest of relatives here.
Mlnooka tribe, No. 247, Improved Or
der of Bed Men, will meet In regular
session this evening.
Mr. M. P. Judge, of South Scranton,
was a business caller here on Mon
day. Two night police officers have been
placi d on beats in our borough, ow
ing to the recent robbery. They were
needed long ago.
A large delegation of members of the
Sons of Temperance here attended the
reception of its grand officers given
by the lUpple division, No. 45, at West
Scranton, on Mondny evening.
The Welsh recitation competition for
the Christmas eisteddfod will be Ju
dali's Humble Supplication to Joseph,
from Genesis, forty-forth chapter and
last paragraph; prize, $2.
Mr. Anthony Williams left the fore
part of the week for Johnstown, to
The school board will meet on Fri
Mr, Thomas Jones Is visiting friends
In Port Ornnge, N. J.
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST.
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biraimm ju4oIIIci', I,iK.tw.imi,i tuiiiity, Oil, 10,
1WI, IVikhk lulling (or llue lot li is will pirusu
t.iy uihi'itUcU uiul (,'lw il.itu of IM:
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l.jinbiit lldiiidl, i:IvjkI I(,,hI, 1'i'Jiik Black
nun, lliuot ILiUdl m. W. Mil,, Xcttle Illy
ilciibritii, 'I. 1'. U.iMiT,
Llaik V Cit't'-li'ii, AtloliiiM; Jiny Cluoiun,
cine .Mi", ILiKKiity; -M it tliow- Cnimull.i , (icoijcn
Cimpbdl, Ml" M.iy Cellini, ('hnilo C.ill.ili in,
.Iclm lie Vdc, I'liink Dennis (J, l, P.uli,
Mid Hamuli PleU'lUli, (.lie llllioit Collilndl;
flcnuc M. Iiellicit, llJIl.v .1. Ih'WItt.
II. I.i It ii tit. Iti-e IMmhuU, Daniel llu't.
W, II, I'lillfl, .Ul Aim.i I'aidottU, WIIIUui
W, I'i.iikIs I!. l'o.
Iliniy drugim (irttmifil.)
I 'ay lliiullliiii, f. W. lloiien, Mj.Iit 1M.I
lldiij, Mi. JNti-Iln lliisli". Auilii'W Holmes.
.Inliii Irnur, -Mm IiiKiam.
('. Knm'Ji O. S, Kliinir,
Mm I is l.i'uU, Mies (lei in. lo I), I,Iu,m1, H. ),
IauiukI, Mm. Jjiiih Mucilay, Ilariy MniUley,
Mary Lie, Hcinun I. Ill, Maiiiilo l.ojtlii,
Mls Aimlii Jlillale, Jjinrt MiDoiuM, .1, Mo
(liieilly, J. II. Jlou-y, IMwunl Mulllnv O, Mail,.
ri, Mln Ciide Jlargaii, A. C. Mooie, Jtra. I.iuy
Jlilltr, Mllinlii Mattliiw., W, JIuMwk, lhi An.
lile Vcionlia .M.illey, uic Mh. (Iilu; Mailon II.
Mott, Moian It Puir.v.
Jolm l.vnait I'lMl, l.cU IMttt-iMin, l.int I'tlty,
Ml is Itoau I'llle, Tlioiiu l'oiiiiliivy,
I.euU lliva, riiailit' Ituny, Jli l),iiu Hay, f,
lllllir, Mm. Ciiiiiu ltolcin, Harry Itaml, J. Iin
llooiicy, fitcpliin HUv,
Jllllln slierldjn, Miss Coia bnyiltr, S. II,
Sicmc, Mh. William V, Scrlbuor, Jll.s Jliy
bhlelila, I'lcd Sdiljutr, Mr, Spencer,
Carioll TilTany, C'liarle Talbcrt, 'I'oni.is 'favl-j,
.1. It. A. 'Iliortmi, II. M. Taylor, Ilariy l. Talc,
.Mm. F. 1. Ton Ik, Mi. Tlioraaj 'I bonus, Mrs.
Annie Yiinre, Jlr. Vance.
P. WeyanJ nrcwliis conipjny, Mr. Walter
Wllllanw, J. C. Woll, Mhs MId Welter, U F.
WKST SCH.INTOX UltANTH OFFICII.
Cluster K. Illckn, Tliomat Jones. Mrs. W. Lew.
1 U, Lena ltobcrt, frank Szynunill, Ju KLuiiot.
FOR COMMON PLBAS
Were Drawn Yesterday by Sheriff
Fryor nnd Jury Commissioners
Wiggins and Dougherty.
Sheilff C. K. Pryor and Jury Com
missioners Charles Wlfrrjlnn nnd Prank
Dougherty jesterday diew the follow
ing traverse Jurors for the term of
common pleas court beginning Nov. 12:
TiuvmK jmions, Monday, soy. k, vmk
ChirlM .1. Wllllann, miner, Pcranton.
Adam Sdtroeder, foreman, Hcranlun.
Waller W. Slmpioti. niaehlnlst, Siranton,
Jolm Walsli, uent, Scranton.
Simon lllm'.erlold, Broccr.iman, Scranton.
(tamet JlcMuiray, coal operator, Scranloti.
Dm Id It. Jone, miner, Siranton.
William -I. Robi'tt', new agent. Parlionilale.
IMvau'. Mtlody, laboier, Scranton
.lamci Kane, mlrer, Wlnton.
S, K. Mi Kccli in. (orcin.in, Siiunton.
.loeiili Sleiit, larmor, l!oiililbnm.
Philip lllnilanil, Inrber, Rcrnnton.
Jnlin Mails, I'lerl;, Scianton.
Jolm Dnfiy, laborer, Siranton.
T. V. W-tller, larpcnler, Scranton.
T, .1, lain', K'Kt-i Siranleti.
Patrick Perry, miner, Dumnore.
A. F. l'liinerlv, carpenter. Oylpliant.
.Vniiiun Knsliih, dinner, CovliiRlon.
David Anthony, ihne dealer, Scranton.
.laniM Wolfe, plnmher, Scranton.
P. J. tanett. mimr, Scranton.
K. K. Itobathan, ilnli. Scranton.
Kobert Lame, lilacktmlth, Scranton.
.I.eph Taylor, njent, Scranton.
.lanirs Tyiell, carpenter. Scranton.
.lolm Pouglteity, br.ikemaii, Jloscow.
Q. S. Benedict, ant, Hcruntnn.
P. A. TlfTcny. carpenter, South Abington.
Fred llliic, driver, Scranton,
.lenkin I.ewln, wcaier, Scranton.
Flunk II. Purr, Jcwclpr, Carboiidale,
Jolm Killeen, Imttlier, Scranton.
I.cmIm White, fanner, Clrrcnflcld.
Martin Stcvcn, latiorcr, Scranton.
I'atrlck I'aildcn, laborer, Dumnore.
Joseph Darnell, porter, Scranton.
llev. 11. S. .Irne. pastor, Scianton.
K. ,1. Ilnnanl, miner, Olyphant.
M. .1. WnWi, niln1!', Scrnntoii.
(loiucr .fonci, merchant, T)lor.
liohi'it Simp'on, clerk, Sirantun.
I'. F. Spellman, Rent. Auhbnld.
John J. Bienner, foreman, (louldsborok
M. J. Conroj, lahonr, Scranton.
Allen Pole, farmer, Frcytown.
(.'. ,1. 'iliomas, contractor, D.iHort.
Janie Kays, cotlector, Scranton.
Frank Ilruoki, farmer, Oloiilnnn.
John F. Keesc, cletk, Carbondale.
Patrick D. f.unney, pent., Piubnndale,
David Patrorion, miner, Scranton.
J. MuscavUz, iion luuulder, Scranton.
John Mcduriin, mill hand, Scranton.
D. M. Until, Kent., Scranton.
I. J. MiCarly, meicbant, Simpson.
P. J. rairoll, niaeliiniit. Scranton.
P. II. Coyne, bookkeeper, Scranton.
James lilac k. miner, Ulakcly.
MOXDAV, NOV. Ill, 1MX.
John Ward, miner, Wlnton.
Vaughn Richards, miner, Dickson Pity,
P. F, McKenna, hulcher, Paibondale.
John l.allv, laborer. Jr&iiip
M. F. 0'Uii.vle, teacher, Aulihiild.
I'eter Swift, tnlnei, Dunmoiv.
l't'tev WaWi, mimr. Durmore.
Corui'lius Stoke, Kent., Mlnooka.
.laine-i Wlinlone, miner, Olyphant.
DennH Donovun, laborer, Scranton.
It. H. llaivcy, tejchor, Siranton.
Frank II. Doyle, i lerk, Scranton.
William S. Cosgrovc. bookkeeper, Anhbald.
William Sec-ley, jr., laborer, Scranton.
I. A. Meiileiilmrir, lnilcbcr, Carbondale.
Atthur (iaiThiKton, fatmrr, (Irccnflehl.
K. .1. Ferrli, driver, Scranton.
Jolm Fcitriwon, painter, Olypliant.
John Miami, reporter, Scranton.
William M. Hell, tlettrician, Taylor.
Itichaul Faiiell, painter, Sciaulon.
1'. 1'. .Ionian, brewer, Sirantun.
W. D. Watkins, Riocery, Scianton.
'I huiiu-i Saul, miner, Stinutuu.
F. J. StevciH, cluk, Scranton.
Mosc-i Pellofrt. yueiiian, Oak Hill.
W. H. Riie. inerihant, Dallon.
Tlmutliy Quiunan, bookkeeper, Suaiilon.
William D. Thomas, machinist, Scranton,
John Mi nil Jul. engineer, Scranton.
Constant Morriwini, hotel. Scranton.
Hairy I'inccraii, mill hand, Scranton.
Frank Brown, hotel, Carbondale.
A. W. Shaw, clerk, Ulakcly.
W. S. Vail, farmer, Scott.
Thomas HobciU, initici, Suautou.
Jolm Lavcllc, miner, Scranton.
Andicw- Uivden, ilerk, l'eckvillc.
Hcmy niiMi, inatlilnNt, Siranton.
Joseph lloibert, sent., Caibondile.
Unirer lluins, clerk, Scranton.
I.ewia Tnion, fiuit ilcalei, Siunlon,
Thomas O'llrlcn, laborer, Siranton.
Jm oil Silihwi. ilia.vinan, Siranton.
ltolcit T. Kldrid, pattern-maker, Scrantim.
Patlick (iolden, liotel, Scranton.
Joseph Tlioman, laborer, xiantou.
t". J. Itmldy, laud acrcnl, Sii.inton.
Jnlin t'coli', dniK.'ihl. Anlil'.llil.
John Dimmit k, men bant, Caibondalc.
John (lilliiMii, leik. Dumnore.
Kilw.ird KmiKaii, lahoivr, Siiautun.
CiHi:c Il.ivtor, brakcnian, Scranton.
Ilaviil i, 'IIiwiuk. miner. Ulakcly.
John Pri'tMiian, liolil, t'llicburj;.
I). W, Vamcliu, hotel. Si i Hilton.
Mich.nl O'llu'cn, miner, Aiiblubi.
.!o-eph G. Wullr. laboiei, Jcftci-mi,
51. I.. Pierce, fanner, Oreentlcld.
diaries (S. Halley. fnrnier. Olenbuin.
MONDAY. .NOV. lili, 1'JUI).
(iioiBO C'oer, lilaeksiuilli, Madi-.ou.
M. Walsh, miner, Suanton.
Flank Puli'irir, luibcr, Scranton.
II. 11. lldi iititftoii, clerk, .Vranton.
Frank Wldtc, miner, Aichbald.
William W. Moisan, laboier, Sciauiun.
Jolm Manuon, lalier, Paibond.ilc.
T T. Coy no, miner, Scianton.
William Flew, miner, Scranton.
Fdward (llcison, cleik, Scranton.
Jnlin Old, miner, Scianton.
M. .1. Jordan, opciator. Si union.
W. I. Pionln, miner. Dmimoro.
M J. lliovvn, miner, Winlon.
W. J. I.i'wib, bjibtt, ScMiiloii.
Fitikn Wren, cnirlnecr, Scianlnn.
Iliomas I'.illeuon. farniei, Ueutnn.
Martin Itlngins, brlcklajcr, Snantu...
Albert Carson, merchant, Scianton.
Jolm A. Thomas, machinist, Scianton.
W. .1. Polemin, ilerlc, Suanton.
Talllc (Irlttlth, pinnpruiiner, Taylor.
W, It. Iluidii'i, reporter, Scianton.
James Buikc, meiihant, Paibondalc.
James (.'atfney, hotel, Moo-,lc.
Frank Sianlon, i lerk, Scranton.
John I . Davl, biakcman, Parbnndale.
William J. Thomas, Kint., Sirantun.
John Madiran, liitbosi, .-tianlnn.
.1. P. Vortluip, fanner, Wi-t Alilnclon.
P. ,1. O'Donucll, enslnccr, Scianton.
Fiank T.vnll, laboiei, scianton.
A A. Ovciliamrb, collector, Scianton,
Tlmmaa K. ".ivairc, liailier, Scianton.
Himv T.nlui, faimi-r, (iiiciitlcld.
W. K. Thavtr, antnt, Scranton.
W, Tlioiiipuii, laborer, Siranton.
'I nomas Leonard, luboicr, Siramon
Thomas ('av.iii.uiRh, laboier, Suanlun.
Imi-lih P. Kiainci, liiitchir, Scranton.
W. JkPoy, upeialor. Nay Am,'.
Ccoikc P. Jone, fnrcman, Scranton.
Phailea F. llotTman. (on in in, Duumoii,
1). M. KdiiiRlon, hlaikimltli, Scianton.
Ilrorite Jaioby, cleik, Scranton.
Kilwaid .1. Mylotle, Nili'tinan. Scranton,
J. I,. Tinkham, founih.vm.in, Dalton.
fbarles llakcr, Iron worker. Scranton.
II. W, Williams, fauilfi, flreentielil,
Klmer Tripp, fanner, Scott.
P. Jl. Stanley, nirilit. Mom our,
James Midralh, suit., Scranton.
John I'. Malion, ilcik, Scranton.
II. J. llaae, inoiihlcr, Suanton.
Cilwaul (illioy. minor, Auliluld,
John Pio.niii, linokUcper, Scianton.
P, J. WaMi, hocikkeeper, S.raiilon.
T. K. Holanil. aueut, Diiinnoie,
fieorge K. Athciton, livcrjman, Suanton,
ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK.
Wi:i)XIDAY.-"A Lady of ijuallty."
SVinillAY.-Afimioon and night, "Daild
Acndemy of Music,
ALL WIII'.K.-Danlel It. Ilyaii and Company.
ITIISI' TIIHi:i: UAYS.-Dalnly Farce llur.
I.ASr Tlinr.i: DAYS. -AI. ItecuV (onip.tny.
"The Man from Mexico."
At the Lyceum Utl nliiVt "1'lic Man fiom
Mexico," a fan lull comedy, 'was pniduced by u
(uinpiny headed by Waller II. I'eihliu, The fauc
U a tiic.bt ammliig one dealing with the iuli.nl
icutiiies of lli'iijauilii FHthew, who is sent lu
Jail for thlily Mais, but tiles to make his wife
ami family believe lie has been to Mexico. Alt
manner of complications and ludicrous situations
follow :i tho result of the deception.
Walter 11. I'rrklim was sicn In the role ciealed
by Willie Csdlicr unci was very cuiuslng. 1 lie
(uppuittng company was composed of a vciy
capable tggregatlon ot players.
"A Lady of Quality."
There Is something about Miss Ulafr that speaks
The People's Exchange.
A POPULAR CLEARING HOtrSIJ for Iht Hsiisnt of VU Wlt
llnve Houses tn Rent, Rent Uninti or Other Property to
Sell or Exchange, or Who Want Situation or Holp-Tlioij
Small Advertluementi Cot Ono Cent a WorJ, Six Insertion for
Five Cents a WordExcept Slluwtloru WuuteJ. Which Ave In.
ton ItKKT-IIOL'Hi: ON' MIFFU.S AYP.SUK.
Iliquirc in, AUiiuerry sucei.
ron m:NT-4M i.ackawanna avrnuu,
four floors! clcvalori best store and loca
tion In Scranton.
Fon sAM:-n.Y saddi.i: okldinu (df.nnv
foaled 18W; 10 hands high; Kentucky bred;
roes ull saddle Raltaj ttota close to a iiili.uU'S!
perfectly found and kind. Apply Oll.'sr llurlw.
Biuquclianna Howe. S. Main attcct I'ltntun.
No. a Piatt place. Carpets, luriiltiire, lace
curtains, $hadc., pictures, etc.j Biciitbanralns.
must be In Rood order; state particular, aa
to make and price. Address, Ii. M.. central de
livery, Scranton, Pa.
332 Madison avenue.
ASTKnTCa"FViim) rooms, fob
light housekeeplnBi centrally located. Ad
drcra, J. Y Williams building, Cltj.
MARINK COHP9 DNITr.D 8TATF.S NAVY Rll
crulta wanted Able-bodied men; eervico on
our vvamhlpa In all parts of the world and on
land In the Philippines, when required. Lieu
tenant Colonet B. II. Ituiaell, X. W. Corner Uck
avvanna and Wyoming avenues, Scranton.
PlSSOt'f Tio$"or COIlFOItATIOX-IX MATTF.lt
uf disnolulion of ' Wyoinln? Land Coiruianj.
In the Court of Common Pleas of l.uxenif Coun
ty, Xo. Ii, December Term, 1800.
Notice is hcrebv given that the Wyoming
I,aml Companv lllcd 119 petition in the Coutt
of Common l'lcas of Lwerne County on October
8tli, l'JOU, piayinn for a decree of dissolution,
end Hal the Court have fUed Monday, Noveni'icr
l-itli, l'JOO, at 10 o'tloi-k a. m., for liearlnsf said
application for dl-wlulion, when and when
nil peisous interested van attend if they ileim
it cviiedimt, and sliovv cause airainst the grant
ing of the player of mild petitioner.
THOMAS 11. ATHCRTON,
Solicitor for relltloiitr.
NOTICK TO OWNIIRS OF PHOPKHTY ON
Seventh street between West Lic-kawaiuu
avenue and Scranton i-ticct. The following Is a
cepv of a icsolution of Cit t'ouni-lls of the
Citv of Scianton, 1'emia., appiovcd Sept. ii,
Itesolv-cd, Dy the Conuuon Council ot I lie City
ot Suanton, ilie Select Council conimiing, that
Seventh timet fiom Wcsl Lackawanna avinue to
Scranton streit, be pavid, and the coat thereof
lie assessed ngairvt the abultlng propeities ac
cording to ilie foot front rule. Providinc; that
tlirce-lomths of all the mcmbelx eiccled lo mill
branch of the Councils t,hall vote in favor ther--of.
On tlie passage of this resolution by the
wid thiee-fourth vote and its approval by the
.Mayor, the City Clwk nhiU publish a copy Iherc
of, tor a peiiod of ten day?. In two nevvspapca
published 111 tin- Fit of Scranton, stating that
unless a majority of the owners of piopeity
nbutting on said Seventh street between the
points above named, shall signify to councils
in writing within sixty dajs from the date of
tlie approval of this icsolulion, their preference
of Hie nutorial desired for such pavfiticnt,
Councils will pioceed lo paas .111 uidiuance di
recting the paving of said road or stieet, between
the- points above named, with smh material ns
they see lit.
Appiovcd bv Si-lect Council, Spt. 20, 1900.
CHAS. F. WAOXKIt, Piesident.
Approved bv Common Count 11. Aug. 23, l'JOU
" Vv.M. V. filtlFFITHS, President.
-ppiovcd Sept. 27, 1B00.
JAMF.S JIOIR, Mayor.
PulilMied in pursmnce of prov iiiona of ihe
foregoing resolution. M. T. LAVnf.LF,
Scianton, P.i Oit. 4, 10. City Clerk.
of an exliemely tine ilutacter. Kpecially is this
noticeable in her love for the dainty things of
life. Mich us her tastes in selecting tin- delicate
shades of helioliope, lavender and violet for hei
gowns and loslumes.
in the wintet sin- Miiiounds herself with violets
and in tlie Mitnmcr io-.es. lu Hie vaiious acts
of 'A IhI.v of' (Quality" Ihesc tastes aie mani
fested by Miss Blair to a laige extent. Havin,:
superintended the painting of tin- Mcneiy and the
staging of the play, she had many uppoi I unities
of i-videniiiiK her artistic temperament and wo
tu inly instinil. she lomes In Ihe Lvceiim 011
"Davy Cioikclt" will be seen heie practlially
the same as it lias been piesenlcd in all the large
cities of the counliy. scenery is canled for a
oiuplele rcndilinn. Davy will mend tlie saddle
as usual, and Kleanor Yaiigliiiu will Hie his lie lit
in lur lendltlon of "l.oikinvai." llaby Crockclt
will miss the npilirel'ti eye, but will intioduce
a miiiiber of specialties to make up for that.
The wolves und Ihe novv si cue and the pic
turesque log cabin will be in evidence. Dig Dan,
the hunters, Hie pauou, the dame ami all the
le.-t will be 011 hand tu cany cut the ever Inter
esting plot. "Davy Ciockett" plays here at the
I..ICC1IIU next Salmday afteiuooii ami ulglit.
The Byan Company.
The Daniel It. 11 an company drew two big
auiliiuces .vcslcidi.i. Ill the attemoou ilic- plu
pieic-nlcd was "K Filial Wedding" and wjs
Ktagul und rn-timieil in a hamlsonii- manner,
lu the evening Dai.iil Sully's great lullloud
diain.i, "O'llilcn tlie Contractor," was produced,
Tho ullio.nl building seme was one of Ihe
most lealUt'o stage i-lleils ever een ut the
Clenuiiie tails and lies wen- Used und Ilic rt
ting was lavish throughout, "O'Btiiu Hie Com
tiaitor" will be upcitecl again riming the week.
This afternoon "liigomar" will be presented and
tonight Alexander Salvlnl's gn-atet snicess,
"The Tluee Miil.elccit," will he protliKfd, Sal
villi's vcisinn ol the piece lii-Ing used.
They Make a Hit.
A, II, Knoll mid Marie MrXcll, who wue here
four seasons ago with the .laiius It, Walte colli
pau.v, us a special featuie, made a gieal hit l.i-t
night at the Aiademy in their loiuel duos ami
solos. 'I hey me -Killed niiulclans.
The Al. Reeves' Company,
Coniineiii lug Tliuisday Mutlnie the (Julety lln-a-ter
will bo cKCiipied by Al. Iteeves am his famous
big company. 'Jhl is an cxiellciit mganUallon,
will and favorably known in this rlty, nnd boasts,
ut Ml-ec Inez. Mccusker as Ihe slai,
The liuilesiiiers ure clever and full of (lever
situations, and icplete with a glial munhi'i o(
nuisiial selections, '
Al St, l.uiil
I 0 11 0 0 II 1 I) 2- I 1 .1
1 1 0 0 9 II I : - 9 l
and O'Couiicr; I'owtll ami
Cilger, Umplie Kimllr,
AMATEUR FOOT BALL.
The (omcts, lis., playvd the .Slldeis, .lis., 'it
4.15 r'llock on (lie nlldeis, Jis., giuiml, Tlie
leal featiiie of Hie game was liu pUylii;; ut J,
J iy, F, l-Jke and .1. Ri.viiolds, The ('Diuits ale
now ici'ily to play any learn under 115 iiund
W, Scott, ir.jii,i!Ki'i J, Jjj, captain,
STATE CONVENTION OF
Hy L'xilvtlv Wire fiom The Atsoilatel !'ics.
Allentowi), Ost. V. The state convention ol
county commissioner). In session here today, elect,
ccl the following olllui.; Pirslclcut, F. I. l.ott,
Susquehanna; vicc-pictldents, D. CI. Kemlig, Frle;
fl. F. Schl icher, Lelilgh; sciictary, Owen R.
WANTi:i)-UOY 1U Oil 17 YIIAIIS OF AdF. TO
vvnik Iii clear stoic! must conie well '
omtnended. Charles S. t.andls, 20T W)oiiiiliB
nnXSSMAKINfl FOR ClIII.DItllN TO OIlDUIlt
also ladies' waists. Louise Shoemaker, 212
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAV-STRAHHIT LOANS AT
once. Curry, t.onnrii inmuing.
ANY AMOUNT OF l3hl:Y TO 1.0 N. (jUll.'li.
alraight loans or Uulldlnc and Loan. At
from 4 to 6 per cent. Call on N. V. Walker.
3H:iK- Conncll building.
COLORF.d'mAN WANTS SITUATION OF ANY
kind, stenoirnpher, t.vpcvviltcr; icteieiuca,
cspcilemi'. C, ,1, White, o-lS Lackawanna ave.
sitltion" v anti:d-f.M'i:iuknci:d hook.
keeper deiiiH a pctmauent posltiniu al
ary i J n be ci'liy stipulated. Aildies T. S.,
WANTKD-V I'lllION UV A UIXINLD,
cdiicnted voung lady as companion or nnree
for i-ldeilv ladv or loiiltl-iaic lor child, tint
dais icfi'ii'tues. AddrwH llox 41, Nmlli Me
YOL'NO MAX WANTS SITl AT10N OF ANA
kind, rtviiouMplio' ami Iicrner. ueiei-
and ept-iiinu-. '. .1. While, .W- Laik,-
nce and expel
SITI.YIION WANTKO-POSITIOX 1IH,I IHINC
some outsiilc hustling liy...in o.-iinii'il
bookkecpei ! rcfciclii". Aildii- II., Tilbniic ut
A MlDlil.F. A'1i:il WIDOW l.ADY WOl'i.D LlMl
to liavc ,i situation as a lady's nurse or as
luukci-ivr in a small family; ion give refer
ences if needed. Address Maiy Jones, nibuuc
SITUATION WANTF.D-IIY A I.XllV TO WORK
by the day, washing or cleaning. 1713 sum
SITUATION VAXTi:i)-HY A Ollll. 1:1 YF.ARS
old, to t.il.e can- of ihllclien or do light
homework. Call nt 407 Feidimind stieet.
JTcOOI) ClIltL WOFLlT 1.1KK A PLACF. IV A
private fainilv, to do huuscvvuik; ' a good,
plain cook, 01 geiiei.il wolk. A. U. Tiihune 1 f
WANTI'.D-IIY A YOHXO COI.OllF.D MXX. A
plaie us cook; good ull-roimd 100k. Call or
addn-ss, John Savaxe, .121 Cenlie street.
A. It. UlllfiOS (ILKANfl PIHVY VAfl.TS AND
IKS pools; no odor. Iniploved pumps used.
A. tl. nitlUOS. Proprlrtoi. Leave orders lluii
North Main 11 venue, or Kicke's drug store, 101
ncr Adams and Mulbetry. Telephone U51U.
Certified Public Accountant.
F.DWAHD C SPAULDINQ, C. P. A., 21 TltAD
ers' Hank building.
KDWAItD II. DAVIS, ARCII1TKCT, COXXK1.I.
FKF.DEHICK L IlltOWN, AIICTIITIXT, PRICE
bulliiing, 120 Washington avinue, Siianton.
Cabs and Carriages.
Rl'lllICi: TIP.r.D CAUS AND C'ARKIAdKS; BKhT
ot sci-Ice Prompt attention given onleis, by
'uhone. 'I'hmii's 2072 and S.I32. .loieph Kelley.
duT c. 1:. i:Ti.i:xuKRfii:n. pai'i.i iu'ildixh,
Siiiute slriTt, Scrjnton.
Dlt. I. O. LYMAX, KTIANTOX PRIYATK IIOS
pit.il, lomci iVjommg and Mulberry.
Dlt. C. C. I.AIiOACII, 113 WYOMINd AVKNUIl.
1). If. F. ItFYXOI.Ds, OIU'. P. 0.
Hotels and Bestaurants.
-j I II- i:.K CVFi:. 125 AND U7 FRANKfJV AVF-
nue. Hales leiisoiiahle.
P. .I'.IOI.KIi. Propiietor.
SC11ANTON IIDUSn. NFAlt I).. L. & W. PAS
soiiger dcnol. Conduclid on the Kuinpciii plan.
VICIOli KOCH, Pioprielcir.
1 W IIHOWNINO, ATrOIISF.Y AND COt'N&CL-
'loi-'al-law. Rooms 312-313 Mean building.
D II. RFl'I.OOl.i:. ATrORNF.Y-l.UANS NF.OO
llilted 011 ic.ll estate seciulty. Meals bnllillng,
1 oilier Washington avemi .mil Spiuce street,
FR XNlTl:. llOYLlT AITOHNKY AND ( Ol'.NSIX.
loi-at-laxr. Blur lnilhllng, Rooms 'i and II,
WILL MID. WAIIIUIN .: KXAPP. ATfOn.NKYft
..ml couiisellols-nt-law'. Republlian bnlldlng,
jffp a -iF-iSt'i-, .vrroit:;i:s nd cofn-
sellois-al-law. Commonwealth Inillillli--, Hoouis
10, 2u and 21.
J XMi:W. OAlvFOIID. ATTOItNT.V-AT-'.AW,
'llooiiH .111. 51.1 and lit) II0.111I ul Tiade bulhl
pi)WRDW. THAYF.II, ATTOIINF.Y. HOOMS
'liOJ.liUI, Oils Ho'.r, Meats building
. sT WAiiTiis. A'ITOitVi;V.AT-I.AW, IMMIUi
'of' Trade building, Suanton, I'.i,
c '1.p7iriiTi7 atToiini:y-at law, hoard
of Trade building, s-uanteu, l'a.
pvFii:ns()N wITcoy, tradkiiv national
C.ToMFOYS. " l:l RIll'FHI.U'VX lll'II.DINTl.
.TY. "ilirnTilorF.'ATroHN'KY, MF.ARS III.DC.
Physicians and Suijeous,
11IL Vf. I:."aM.I'N 3I NORTH ffASIlIxmoV
u"ll7s! W.I'AMOIIiIaI'Y. Ol'FU K .'."'I W.hT
ington avinue, Ilt'idcnce, I.')! Mulbciry.
( lirnnlii dlscaies, lungs, he.iit, klilnrys and
(.Milto-uiliiaiy oigans 11 spcilally, lliitii. 1 to
4 p. in.
Pa. Ci'iiiso prepaialcr.v lo college, law, ineill
cine or l.islness. Opens hepi, l.'tli. Send fur
cntaloijne. llev. Thuma-. M Canu, 1. 1.. D prlu
ilpjl and piopriitoii W, F. I'liiiuh-y, A. M.,
(i, it. fi.ark .v 10.. ski:dsmi:n and mmis.
(ivincii. Inie '-'" W.l'hll.gton .iveii'ie; gicui
liiiui'S, IU'0 Noilli Main avenue; itoie tele
joi:pu hi fttiu., iii:i su i.ackwa.n.na
avenue, Siranton, Pa., iiiauufactniei of Wile
HAUFK'S OltCIIFSTHA-MUSIO FOR IlALii.
plcnlis. pJitli'J, nicplious, weddings and con.
cert wolk fuiuMud. For teiiiis tildiits R. J,
Bauer, conduilor, 117 Wyoming avenue, ovei
Hulbirl's music store.
MKaAHOEK BROS.,' PHINTKRS' bUPI'LlFS, FN.
v clone, paper bags, twine. . Wjithcmse, ISO
Washington avenue, Suanton, Fa.
vanti:d-.v) maciiini: ntfNNi'.ii"' and iini.i-
trs for shaft wcikl wagr, W..10 lu 2..fl per
day ol plirlit hours. Also two pump ninnersi
sinftes JSJ.1 per inontli. Address II. S. Phillips.
Supeilntcndeiit. Hcni.v, W. a.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE '
Schedulo In Effect May 07, 1900.
Trains leave Scrnnton:
0.45 n. m.. week days, for Bunbury,
Harrlsburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and for M
burg and the West.
0.38 a. m., week days, for Haaletoa,
Pottsvllle, Beading, Norrlstowa,
nnd Philadelphia; and for uti
bury, Harrlsburg, Philadelphia,
Balttmore,Washington and Pitts
burg and the West.
2.18 p. m., week days, (Sundays
i.uo p. ni.,j ror sunnury, iRirin-
stIIIa 11.1t. J. H...I, asrsl.
4.27 p. m., weok days, for Bunbury,
Haaleton, Pottsvllle, Harrlsburg,
Philadelphia and Pittsburg.
.T. 11. WOOD, Oen. Psss. Aft.
.1. II. HUTCHINSON, Pen. Mgr.
Delaware Lackawanna and Westers.
In Meet June 10. 1900.
South-Leave Scranton for New York at .t
3.00, 5.10, 8.00 nnd 10.M a. in., 12.M. 3.33 anci
.10 p. m. For l'hlladelphla at 0.40, a.00 M
10.0S a. in.; 12.55 and .13.1 p. m. For HtrouaV
hurg ot 8.10 p. in. Milk and accommodation i
.s y. in. Arrive ai ntiuohcn .ri "
10.13 s. m. ; 12.0", 2.47, 4,48, 7.19 and P.43 p. m.
Arrive at Philadelphia nt 10.00 a. in.; 1.06, -.
fl.00 and 8.22 p, m. Arrive from New York at
1.05, 4.08 and 10.20 a. m.; 1.00. 1.62. 5.4S, 8.43
and 11.30 p. m. .roni MrouiLslmrg at 3.0S a. m.
North Leave Scranton for Ruffalo and intsr
mediate stations at 1.10. 4.10 and 8.1)0 a. m..
l.Ca. B.48 and 11.3.1 p. m. For Oswego and Sjra
ciic at 4,10 a. m. and 1.(15 p. in. For Wtlea at
10 n. m. and l.f,5 p. in. For Montrose at S.-m
m.; l.o-, p. nt. ind 5.4s p. m. For Nichol
son at 4.00 and 0.11 p. m. For Blnghamton, 10.M
and .M n n, ..t.. in ..rj..lnn from llunaln
mi h.iki p. m. I rum uiua ai . "',"'
'- and :t..-!0 11 ni. Fiom Nicholson ai n.ov
'"and n.00 p, m. Finin Vontrosr. at ..55 and
I '3 I'-. m. For Nantlcoke t 8.10 a. in. Arrive
ft Norlhiinibciland t n.'iS a. m.; 1.10. 5.00 and
?"' P. m. ulve at Nantlcoke at 0.10 a. m.
Arrive at Plymouth at 2.0n. 4.32, 0.5O p. m. and
'-. 11. m. Arriio ni s,Tnnlon from Northum
berland :,( n. a. in.; 12.31. 4.50 and 8.45 p.
m. Prntn V.1.11...1. . si on i 11.. From
I'l.imoiilli at 7.10 a ni.. 3.20. 5.", and 11.10 p. m.
Delaware and Hudson.
In Firect dune 13th, 1800.
Trains for Carliondale leave Scranton at 0.21,
7.5.';, S.5). 10.1.1 11. in.; 12,00, 1.23, 2.20, 3.52, 5.2j,
0.25, 7.57, H.1.1 11.15 p. m.; 1,18 a. m.
For Honesdale and Lake Lodore 8.V0, 10.13 a.
m.; 2.2cl ard .1.25 p. m.
For WilUes-Barrc-6.45, 7.43, 8.41. 0.3a, 10.43 .
m.; 12.03, 1.2S, 2.1S, 3.33, 4.27, 0.10. 7.49, 10.41,
11.30 p. in.
Tor L. V. R. R. polnts-0.45 a. m.; 12.03, 2.13,
3.31 and 11.30 p. m.
Tor Pcnnsvlvanla R. R. points 0.45, 0.38 a.
m.; 2.18 and 4.27 p. m.
Tor Albany and all points north 0.20 a. ns.
and 3.52 p. ni.
For Carbondale 7.20, 9.00, 11.33 a. m.j S.2S, .
3.52, 5.47. 10 52 p. ni. ...
Tor Wilkes-Barrc 9.33 n. m.; 12.03, 1.58, 3.18.
4.42, 6.27, 8.27 p. in.
I'or Albany and points north 3.52 p. ni.
I'or Honesdale nnd Lake Lodore 9.00, 11.3S a.
m. and 3.52 p. m.
Lowest rates to all points in United State and
.1. W. ni'RDICK, O. P. A.. Albany, N. Y.
II. W. CROSS, 1). P. A Scrantonr-Pa.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
In r.ffect May 27, 1900.
'ITains Leave Scranton. .
.. i. f, .l.l.l.t. n.l v'ati. X-,t-1r vim Tl k IT.
1 IIC l llllllUUM.IUU UI.V, .,t w - - -- ---
R. It., at 0.43 a. m. and 12.01, 2.1S, 4.27 (Blao'
Diamond Impress), and 11.30 p. m. Sundays, D.
k II. R. H.. 1.5S, 7.48 p. m. ...
For Wlilte Haven, Hasloton and principal
points In the coal regions, via D. k II. R. R;,
(1.45, 2.18 und 4.27 p. in. Tor Pottsville, 6.4j,
2.1S p. m. .. , .
For Bethlehem. Faston, Reading, Harrlsburs;
nnd principal intermediate stations via D. It : II.
It It., 0.41 a. m.; 12.03, 2.18, 4.27 (Black Dia
mond Kxpress), 11.30 p. m. Sundays. D. & H.
I! I!., 1.58, 7.4S p. m.
Foe Timkhannock, Towanda. F.lmlra, Ithaca,
Oeneva and piinclpal intermediate atations, via
D, I., k W. R. R., 8.08 a. m.; 1.03 and 3.35
'''For neneva, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls,
Chicago, uiul nil points west, via D. k H. R. R.,
l-m. 3.3J (Black Diamond Express), 7.48. 10.41,
11.30 p. in. Sundays,' D. k II. It. R.. 12.03 p.
"'ptilVnun 'pallor nnd sleeping or T-'hlgh Valley
parlor cais on all tialns between Wllkcs-Bsrre
and New Yoik. Philadelphia, Buffalo and Sus
ItOLLIN II. WILBUR. Oen. Supt., ! Cortland
sliccl, New York. . ....
CHARLES S. LUi:. Oen. Pass. Agt., 20 Cortland
flieet New Yolk.
A. W. NOSXEMACIllin, Dlv. Pass. Agt., South
Betlilehcni, Pa. . ., . mw.
For tickets and Pullman reservations apply 309
I.aikawanna avenue, Scranton, Pa,
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
stations In New York-Foot of Liberty street,
N. R.. and South Fciiy.
iithracltc coal uu-d exclusively, Insuring
''""JSffiTAm.KKrrnCT may 20. itx.
Trvins leave Scranton for New York, Newark,
rilzauctli. Philadelphia. Kaston, Relhlehom, Al
e.town M-uci, Chunk and Wh te Haven, at S.30
a. ni.: express. 1.20; exprebs, 1.00 p. in. Sun-
rnr Plilst'on'a'nd Wllkes-Barre, 8.30 a. m.; 1.20
i,l I 00 n in. Sundays. 2.11 p. m.
" !or Mo. 'intain Park. 8.30 a.m.. 1.20 and 4.00
n m. Siindajc 2.1.1 p. 111.
Tor llalllnioie and Washington, and points
sovlh nnd West via Bellilehem, 8.30 a. in., 1.20
ii in. Siiiidaja. 2.15 p. m.
For Long Hi audi. Ocean Grove, etc., at 8..10
"''or Reading, Lebanon and llairlsburg, via Al
lenlown, 8.30 a. in. and 1.20 p. in. Sundays,
"r.iiP'Pol'tsvlllc. S.30 a. m 1.20 p. in.
Tluoiigh tickets to all points ea-t, south anj
wcsl at lnvve.l lairs nt the station,
wisi ij.'v. r:..n Sunt
if, P. IlxLDWIN.'Oen. Puss. Agt.
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New York.Ontarlo and Western R.R.
'1TUK TABI.F IX F.FIT.CT SUNDAY. JUNK 21,
Vot tli Hound Tialns.
Sei.ui- Ccibon. Arilra
...,,, ton. dale. Cados'.i,
..ni .10. 10 a. hi. 11.20 a. in. 1.01p.m.
S;1. .1.45 p.m. 4.33 p. ill. 5 41 p. in.
-, ," . H.no p. in. Arrive Carbondale, (1,40 p. in,
-" Soiilh Bound Tralas.
Cadosia, Carbondale, Scranton,
,,M 7.00 a. in. 7,40ii.m,
JX; s 10 a, m, 10.02 a.m. 10 45 a, m,
"Oil .'.'.'.','.'. 2.05 p. in. 3.34 p. m. 4.20 p. m.
Scian- Carbon. Arriva
ton, dale. Csdosia,
,os S.SUu, m. 9.10 a. III. 10.15 a. m,
'", 7.uu p. in. Arrive Cjrboudale, 7,45 p. m.
-0' South Hound.
Cadola. Caibondale. Scranton.
n, 7.00 a, in. 7.40a.m.
.": '"".'., i " I'-'. iM !' !" . 6'3S P,'m'
i., 'ii, o "01 nukes lonnectlon for points
v.,iii mil Sciilh on Main Line, at Cadosia.
Tiitsm S.. ".201 n'l 20" 'J"' s'ln ! ""
'"','. '""fl.rHiU-' liitoVniallon. roimilt ticket agents.
I (! ANDKItOV. Oen. Pass. Agl New York.
!h Ii! WF.I.SU. Tiavellng l'ax.-nger Agnt. Scran.
Erie and Wyoming Valley
Time Table In Frft September 17, 1900.
lulus for lluwlcy and local points, connect.
In. at llawlev with Frla railroad lor New YorU,
Nevvlnii.il and Intermediate points, leave Scran
Urn at 7,0.1 . in. and 2.2J p. m.
Tialns atllve at Scranton at 10 30 a. in. and
U.M p. in.
Till: WILKFS-RAItllK RECORD CAN BR Hill
in hi union at Hi" news stmds of Reismiu
Bros., 405 Spiuce u-ul 503 Linden J II. Norton.
322 laiikuwauua uvenun; I. S. fihutzer, 211
MRS. h. T. KFLLKil, SCALP TBIAT-XNT, 50e.
.lumpoolng, 50c.; facial mssssge; Butaicun
Ing, 25c; chiropody. 791 Quincr.
uurg, avmiaueipuia. nammora,
Washington and Pittsburg and
f 1lA Want Vam TTMaaUtAti Tntt-
t 1.30. f,;, r,M and 10 00 a. 111. 5 3-30 and S.OO
?..." Krom Oswego and Syraciwc at 2.5 a. nj..
Sotilli-Loive Scranton 1.40, 3.00, 5.10, 10.05 a.
m.: :;.p. ..j0 Bnj 8 10 ,,. m.
Noilli Le.ive Scranton ut 1.10, 4.10 a. m.; 1.5.,
.Jx ami 11.J13 ,,. ,. 1
ILooiiisliurg Dlvlsion-l.eaxe Scranton at 10.05
a. in. and fi 10 p. in.
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