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THE SCRANTON TRIBtNE-THtRSDAY, NOVI'.MBMK 1, 1.1)00.
Bpcclsl lb lh Scianton Tribune.
Htitipstiali', Oct. .11. Xo ciml lias
lorioliocl IloiieHiliilo hIiiit tlio strike
The soakliiK ruin of tlio imsU few days
Is (if untnltl value to thin omtiiiiunlty.
"Wicked Ooiifrdoincles" will ho llif
nuhject rrom which the Ho v. 0. I
Percy will Hpenk Sunday cvonltiK In the
One hundred and sIxty-plKht tickets
were sold nt the tinlnn station for tho
Erie excursion to New York this) niorn
InR. Hon. N. F. Underwood, of Klmlrn,
IV. Y., formerly of Lake Conio, whh ii
Honcsdulc visitor this week.
Miss Kinmii Kurhor Ih with her sister,
Mrs, Harry Snyder, at PoiiKhkeepsle.
Churles MeKeiina, who entered L.af
iiyetto colleKO for the present term, him
returned to his homo here. He Is suf
fering with a hroljcn Icr whlcii ho re
ceived while plnylng a Rnmc of foot
' This Thursday evening- the Metropol
itan Star quintette will open the Clirls
t'lan Kndeavor course In the Honesdale
Some Idea may be found of Hie quan
tity of apples grown In Wayne county
By tht number of barrelH handled by
kinly two dealers, Messrs. Courlrlght Sfc.
Bon are handling about fourteen tho'u
Band barrels and Mr. Aveiy about
peven thousand barrels.
County Superintendent Uuvld J..
Slouser has tirriinrrcd nn excellent pro
gramme for the teaeheis' Institute
which will commence in the court
liouso Monday, November 1".
Friday evenhiR "ye loveis of ye olde
folkcs concerto" will be entertained In
tlio opera house by ye nienne and
womenne .synsrers of the Klljth Allen
company, composed or fourteen people.
The first part of the programme will
consist of old time hymns, sunns and
mithoms. The second parte, up to date
songs and anthems, comparing music
of 1S02 to that of the present day.
The ymiuc; men who organized the
Irving Cut (llass company,, which tlms
Ijeen In operation for the past thiee
juonths, are to be congratulated on
their succc-s. 'I'liey aie adding to their
force of wurknien and working nlglits
to fill their oi tiers. They now have or
ders on hand Mitliclent to keep them
working until after the holidays.
" The ladies of Hie Presbyterian church
Mill conduct a uimmag" sale In the
Bleed drug store building on lower Muin
(street, commancing Thursday, Nov. S.
' A Republican lally will be held In the
Court house on Saturday evening. Ad
tli esses will be made by A. J. Colliorn.
Jr.. of Serantou. and other able speak
ers. Music by the Maple City band.
Special to the "-ci. intern Tiitium.
Tuiikhaunock, Oct. 31. As the (ith of
(November draws near the political can
didates for the various ofllces aie put
ting' In full time In an effort to lbs up
all the places that seem to be a Utile
weak in their campaign. The contests
between Judge II. AV. Hard well and
Harvey Slckler for asMiciate judge, and
Jietween Hon. II. D. Tiffany and Hon.
A. II. Sqtiler for lepreM-ntative aie
both very close. The prospects for the
national .ticket in this county aie very
"bright and the majority should be
homewhere aiound live hundred. In the
light In this district for state senator
there seems to bo some dlfft- ences of
opinion. Ordinarily the district is from
Jive to six thousand lleptlblleun. Tills
year the llepubllcans have no candi
date for the olllce, owing to the dllil
culties which aio-e at the eonfeieneo
at Wyalusliig and Mr. Edmiston, who
was nominated by the anti-Quay (ac
tion of Bradford county. Is running- on
nomination papers under the head of
Honest Clovernnient. Mr. Kdnilslon
stuide himself unpopular with the Wyo
ming Republicans by the stand lie ton!;
ut the conference beiwpcn the two dis
tricts and that fact, coupled with ilie
circumstance of his not being on the
regular ticket, will Iom him a good
many votes. K. F. Maynanl, Hie Demo
cratic candidate for the same otllce, lui
lieen down heie several times and Is
making an active canvass of the coun
ty. For congress, Hon. l Fred Wright,
of Susquehanna county, the piesent
member from this district, will find no
trouble, the district being Republican
!by a large majority.
President Judge K. M. 1 Jim hum, of
Laporte, Sullivan county, was in town
on, AVodnesday on his way home from
Montrose, where ho lias been holding
C. M. Klshpaugh, of Hunl.sbuig, is
up for a few days. He still votes here,
maintaining his residence liete by vlr-tue-ot
being employed In the service of
tlio state government.
The epn tract for the delivery of iho
ballots to the various election precincts
throughout the county was let by the
county commissioners to T. M. Hard
ing for $2., that being the only hid put
In for the Job, The ballots are being
iilntcdat the office of the Nicholson
"Examiner at 'Nicholson.
Easy to Cure a Cold
if you go nboiu It tight. Tako two or
Ihreo 'Kraiise'H Cold t'uio Capsules
dining the day and two before retiring
at night. This will Insure a good
night's rest and a free movement of
the bowels next morning. Continue,
tho treatment next day and your cold
will malt away. Ptico !!3e. Sold by
Tho iJaughters of St. (ieorgc arc
requested Mo' meet this afternoon at
2 o'clock to transact Important busl
ness. The ofiiiials of tl)o Krlo company
paid a visit to tho Hillside colliery
yesterday, A force of men are at
' work cleaning tho place and It Is ex.
jieptod that the colliery will be in
operation about Pecember 1,
The Sons of Temperance will meet
Mrs. Patrick Cuiiey of tho A et Side
and Mrs. Henry Cuiiey of Duryea will
6eawttMMDdnllbUt BatathlrttfaUUaf toedloln. Onlr buataagai
the pureit drug tbsuld b (Md, If ju wist the but, get
Dr. Peal's Pannvroval Pllla
. The r-BDiifna ("Dr. Peal') ueTtr dlaamolnL Bold for 11X0 Mr box.
ff U by'.JOHN H. PHELPS,
leave on Saturday to Join their litis
bunds at Frostburg, Md.
Misses Nellie Walsh and Kate lire
hony will resume their duties In the
International Correspondence schools
Mrs. Deorge Chester whose husband
was killed In the mines about five
months ago gave birth to a young
daughter on Tuesday.
Sergeant Patrick Doran of Battery
M, Flr.'t Artillery, returned to Ft.
Morgan nn Tuesday after a few
Tho Ladles' Missionary society of
the f-nngelirf church will meet at the
homo of Mrs. Edward Laird this after
noon. The marriage of Charles Bosley,
formerly of this town and Miss Anna
Llnstrnnd was solemnized In St. I3nr
naba's Kplscnpul church, Chicago, on
Wednesday evening, Oct, M. Mr. Bos
ley now occupies a lucrative position
in a machine shop of thnt pity.
Prof. P. F. Oevers has returned from
New York city.
.lohn Allen wlio has been for the
past thirty years mine foreman at
Law shaft has been given notice to
discontinue his labors for the Penn
sylvania Coal Co. Mi. Allen has
served the company faithfully but on
account of advancing years the late
olllclals have made It a law that fore
men over i") years of age will be pen
sioned on half pay. The many friends
of Mr. Allen wish 111 in many happy
years of retired life. He will ho suc
ceeded by John 'iarvpy of North F.nd.
Sprii.il to the Srrflnton TilbutK.
Susquehanna, Oct. 1. A Kaplist
church Is being erected at Hruslivllle.
In Beebe Park on Saturday after
noon, the Scranton football team will
play against a picked team from
Coal commences, to come over the
Jefferson division of the Erie.
A Susquehanna delegation will at
tend the itepubllean rally at Hallstead
Forgetting that there are thirty-one
days In the present month, a number
of your people last evening played
Owing to poor patronage, Keystone
Hook and Ladder company cancelled
its engagement with the "Passion
.Mrs. J. H. IJiiolittlc and Miss Emma
Hall left for New York to-day to visit
The first of a sei ics of popular con
certs was held In Christ Episcopal
church last evening. Home talent was
assisted by Miss Katherine Schncll
and Mr. Ceorge H. Downing of Blng
hamtou. Miss Josephine AValsh of Prospect
street, has left to visit relatives in
Kansas City and Denver.
Mrs. M. Lyman, of Syracuse is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Ella Engle,
of Grace street.
Mrs. Eliza Morgan is visiting at
D. D. Sir Knight John W. Ward of
New York city, and his degree team
will exemplify the third degree in
Susquehanna county, Knights of Col
umbus, on Friday evening.
The Thomas Starrance creamery is
rapidly approaching completion.
There will be preaching service in
the Avenue Methodist chinch in Oak
le on Friday evening.
Quite a number of Susquehanna
and vicinity people took in the ICri's
excursion to New York this morning.
A Susquehanna delegation will par
ticipate In the big Republican rally
in Monti ose on Friday.
The giand jury of the county met
at Montrose on Monday.
tlns-s' "Passion Play" eiuertalnment
Is advertised to bo given In the Metho
dist church this evening.
The lteiriocrats will hold a meeting
In Hogau opera house on Friday eve
ning. The speakers announced ure
Hon. Henry Grimm of Hani.sburg,
candidate for congressman-at-iargs:
Judge Davis, of Binghaiiilon. and
John M. Kelly, Esq., of Montrose.
At Jackson Corners last night the
-esldeuce of E. M. Jackson was (le
st! oyed by flro. Miss Eunice Harris, a
maiden lady who was housekeeper for
the family, was burned to death.
Siicl'I.iI to Hit' bi'.'jiiton Tiiliiine.
Gibson, Oct. 31. Rev. James Herrick
was In Susquehanna Wednesday on
George Manzer and family have
moved on ills father's farm.
P. J, Bonner has moved in Ills house
Mrs. C. H. Kellum and son lomau
of Hop llottom visited friends In town
.Mrs, James Terwilllger of Pittston
is visiting friends In town.
E. H. Sweet and wife returned home
biuuiay from Jiinghamton, wheie they
spent part of last week.
n, U. (Jelatt Is doing some carpenter
work for J. .1. Potter In his mill.
At the church fair which will be held
here Wednesday and Thursiluy, Nov.
7th and Sth, the Gibson Cornet band
assisted by local talent will give a
free concert on Wednesday evening,
Thursday at It a. in. J, D. .Miller, Esq.,
of Susquehanna will give un nddress.
After this a chicken pie dinner will bo
served for 2.V. in the evening the
comedy farce "Tho .Mouse Trap," will
be given by local talent.
Spt'flul to die Sciantnn Ti Punic.
Nicholson, Oct, 21, Mlfcs Gertrude
Zurlllrb, of Rciauton, was tho guest of
Mrs. Sarah Williams, Monday.
Mrs. A. W, Stiu k spent a few davs
last week with friends In Scranton.
Mr, "Walton Hillings tins been spend
ing boiho time with his sister, Mrs. C,
Mrs. Lauia Walker Is visiting friends
in Serantou and Sakm,
Itev, J. S. Wilkes leturned fioin Sil
ver lake, Tuesday.
Mr, (jlydo Pratt spent Sunday with.
Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming avanutand
THEY TELL IT
Tell It on the Streets of
Scranton as Else
where. Some things cannot bo told too often.
Ilepetltlon gives them added HtteiiKth.
. Tho same old story Is pleasant to hear.
When it bilngs happiness to the home,
Bring'' Joy to the mulcted.
1 Tells how burdens can be raised.
I How the back can be relieved.
' All the pains nntt nuhes removed.
I Serhnton people tell this story.
Friends and neighbors talk about It.
rney ten about their kidney Ills.
What they suffered, Jiow the cure cam".
What they think of Doan's Kidney
Here Is what a citizen says!
Mrs. Rvun Jenkins, of 113 South Fll
more avenue, Hyde Park, miys: "I
had steady pains In my hips mid
through my sides, so distressing nt
times that I rould not even do inv
work about the house. 1 have often
been obliged to call In the doctor.
There was also nn annoying kidney
weakness which at times was vprv
painful and attended with frequent ac
tion of tho secretions. My limbs were
numb and 1 had dropsy at times nnd
my feot swelled so that T could not
wear my shoes. Tho doctor said tnv
trouble must be checked or It would
end In Brlght's disease, but I did not
receive much benefit from tho medicine
1 took. I heard about Doan's Kidney
Pills nnd used five or six boxes. They
helped me wonderfully In every way.
T have recommended them to many
of my friends and some of them re
ceived marked benefit from the use of
For sale by all dealers. Price ri)
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y.. sole agents for the IT. S.
Hemembor the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emmet
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. L. Walker, of Keel
ersburg, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. K. F. Johnson. .
Postmaster F. M. Williams Is in Vos
burg for a couple of days.
Sppii.il to the Snanton Tilbiinc.
Pittson. Oct. 31. Tlie dry goods firm
of Cutler & Finney, which lias con
ducted a store here for the past six
months, lias been dissolved. Mr. Tl.
B. Cutler will continue the business.
Thomas Grace, the 'well known gro
cery merchant of South Main street,
and Miss Annie O'Boylc, of .Market
street, sister' of Attorney P. A.
O'Boyle, were united in marriage In
St. John's church yesterday morning,
witli a nuptial mass. The attendants
weiu Miss Mary Clare O'Boyle. as
bridesmaid, and John Grace, as best
man. air. and Mis. Grace will bo at
home in the Fahy house, on Broad
street, after Nov. 32.
Miss Margaret David, of Bellevue,
Is spending a week at the home of J.
J. Howell, AVest Pittston.
There is some talk of organizing a
Country club in West Pittston.
Miss Lillian May Stlcklin, eldest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Stlck
lin, of Railroad street, was united In
marriage this morning to Rev. J. "W.
Burros, pastor of St. George's Epnsco
pal church, Pittsburg. The ceremony
was performed in St. James church
here at uATi a. in., by Itev. J. M.
Johnston. After a wedding breakfast
at the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Burros left at 7.4.i for Pitts
burg, where they will reside.
Won! has been received here that
Herbert II. Bush, who went from
here to visit his old home in England,
lias decided to reside permanently In
tlio mother country.
The Misses Lieseming, of Delaware
avenue, attended a private Hallowe'en
party at AVIlkes-Bnrre "Wednesday
Pittston Clly night schools will open
Joseph "Walsh, a Pittston shoe mer
chant, and Miss Alllia Mackln, of Ash
ley, were united'in marriage at the
latter place yesterday morning. They
will reside on Washington terrace,
A paity of tweiitv-five "West Pitts
ton and Wilkes-Burre ladies were en
tertained by Mrs. G. B. Sampson, of
Cnrbondaie this afternoon.
The Luzerne County Fair associa
tion, at tlie annual meeting at the
West Pittston fair grounds yesterday,
elected tlie following officers: Presi
dent, O. , Farnhmn: secretary, .T.
Stark Coolbaugh; trensuror, "W. T.
McCabe; dheetor.s, !. M. Hughes, C.
AY. St. John. T. J. Corcoran. S. B.
Hennett, P. F. Jojeo and M. L. Per
Special to (lie Strantcn Tiilninr.
lljifinrl, Oct. ill. T. Jl. MjjiuuI WI.J In
MUi Kllcil Iluliuid U l.lllii;,' .it II. S. KH.V
Mr. ami Ml., f!. h. Dulonji, of i'.linir.i, arc
In pine Iiiim loi tluir father, Mr. P. M, Fa rear.
Mr. ami Mii. '1'iacy llkluriNim. attended the
fmu'i.il of Mi:-, ItidijiiKoii'tf .sMir at rlopliottom
.c annul! library iin-etlu;' will lilield in the
Mctlioiliit Kpl'cop.d iliurch Friday eunlni;, Xuv.
J. 1'iofissor J. hlii'iuooil, fM,, n Wilkn-llane,
will iliiiirr Iho aihlrew. Let .ill conic prcpaidl
tu juin and thus (,'it a ,uu'. rood trading foi
Mr. 1). I. Tompkiii) .md ihlldun !itcd at
I'.uH TlfTan's Mtutday ami Sundiy.
1', II. i'itt.iiiy visited nt lllnidumtuii lait urek.
Will llmdini,', of Point fit, la,, is Wilting
hI.iIImm.Iii lldi vicinity,
Ml4 Mabel J.cuU i, euloculy ill ulth tvpliold
Air. II, K. Lewis ami lt, F, l, 'tfjny called
on Irii'inU in llJt llatfoid, Monday,
A Mil pi l.o Uit vw kIicii our jiaotor, Del,
.1. i", Mauncl, Fliday, 0(t, 'JO. A Bie.it number
vwio present and nit uijii.vnl a pleasant time,
K. i:. Jonei h in Xuv Vuik on hiiiinosj.
Harry Miller and wife .ui iicrnpjlnir roouit at
MINERS WORK AT SHAMOKIN.
Ily i:clL6lvt Wlr fu in 'Ho Awwlatnl I'imj.
Sluiuoklii, Oct. 31, The t'orldn colliery, oper.
ulid by Anduw Itoli.'rlMin Ic Co., lietween heie
and Mt. Fanncl, munuil went; today, fno men
uinl Ihi.vh lielnir Kranted the ten pir rent. In
(lease. The KvccUioi rollleiy, alo owned by
Iho b.'inn firm, will rrtunio loinoitow, with fcK
$100 Reward $100,
The rradns of this papn- will he pleated to
leain that theiu is nt Ira.-t one drcadid dUcaie
Ihat Kieme has been able tu cure in nil 1U
ttJk'cs nnd that is catarrh. Hall's Catanli Cure
Is tho only pontile iuie now knonn to the
meilkal fraternity, t'atairli helns a ronstitu.
tlonal dltiate, le.julit-s u coiustltutioual that,
nunt. Hall's Tatarili Cuit i taken internally,
aulntf dlrcitly upon the blood and mucous i.u,-.
fates of Hie .it.'jii, thereby dektrong the
foundation of the riit.ea.se, am glvinj; (be patient
treiiKth by bulldiui; up the constitution and
assisting nature In doing; 11$ work. The proprle.
tors have to inuili fallli In Its curatlt'o powers,
that they offer one Hundred Dollars for any
cam that H falls to cure. Send for list of test!.
Address. F, J. CHKNEV & CO., Toledo, O.
hold by drugsbts, 7U: '
litll'i Family Fills are the best.
Von llltimer obenud Uio door
Jrt tils wife tiptoed down stitlis tu
meet him, and, ntter tho cus.
tnmnry kins, said:
"Dear, the bishop has come."
"What bishop?" said Von Mlunier.
" on Itnow perfectly well. Hlshop
Lniictister. This lt his regular visit
to the diocese, and It happens to be
n turn to Invite him. At least, I In
sisted upon his coming."
On his way to the house that after
noon Von Itbinier hnd stopped at tho
oltlce of the brewery, and ordered two
dozen bottles of beer to be delivered
nt once. At the grocer's he had or
dered other materials more dry and
less necessary to the hilarity of the
evening. That noon it had suddenly
occurred to him that It would be a
pleasnnt thing to Invite the four men
with whom he had taken luncheon up
to a game of cards. A'on Hlumer hnd
been married four years and a half
Just six months shor.t of the allotted
period when n man lenrns not to take
any step without first consulting his
"1 didn't know anything about It,"
Mrs. Von Blumer eyed him petulant
ly. "That's Just like a man," she ex
claimed, snappishly. "Vou never lis
ten to what I say, you arc so absorbed
in your own affairs. I told you all
about It a week ago how I had writ
ten, and the bishop replied that he
would be here this afternoon,"
Von Ulumer suppressed un Inward
shudder, and braced up. There was
ro way out of It, he knew, but to
put on a bold front. Deception was
"I suppose," he said, "that at tho
present moment the bishop is occupy
ing the best front bedroom."
"Then." said Von Blumer, "In a few
moments he will have the pbasure of
seeing a brewery wagon drive up and
deliver two down bottles of beer. I
hope he won't think It is In honor of
his visit." He stopped her with a ges
ture, and quickly proceeded: "Now,
my dear, I'm soiry, but It can't be
helped. I had forgotten all about the
existence even of this bishop, and to
day Invited some of .the boys up for
a (Ulet game of cards. So far as I
can s-ee, the bishop wiH have to make
the best of It."
There was a painful silence. The
greatest tragedies of life usually take
place In silence. Then Mrs. Von P.lu
mer gave one of those inexpressible
"Oils," which indicate that a woman's
natuie has been stirred to Its depths.
"How could you do it?" she said at
last "He is so strict. I don't see
"now we can kocp it from him." It
was natuial that this should be her
tirst thought. The same thing oc
curred to Kve.
"We can't and we won't," said Von
Kiunier, Willi a tragic wave of his
hand. )' have invited a few friends
to my house to play cards yes, poker,"
and ho raised ills voice slightly, in
spite of a horror-stricken look of
warning on his wife's face "and to
drink beer, and I don't care who knows
it. didn't ask him here. He isn't
m guest. Of course he Ih youiM, and
he shall receive all proper cutietosy.
You f-n to church regularly, and it is
all right that you should have him.
But there is no reason why I should
pose ns a hypocrite. In his line I
presume he Is an admirablH man, but
I don't consider that he is one whit
better than I am. If I want to play
card and drink beer in my own home
I'm going to do It. I'm not ashamed
of It." Von Blumer was aroused. Hj
was only a plain, ordinary man, with
small capacities outside of his regu
The delivery-wagon dtove up. The
bl.-hop was probably at that moment
sitting in the window of Ills room on
tlie second floor front.
"There!" said Mis. Von Blumer.
"He will see, and tonight hear them
come In and the noise, too. Oh, what
shall 1 do'."'
"Do!" exclaimed Voiv Blumer, stern
ly, as he cut thi string on a box of
perfectos lie had brought with hlni.
"Tell him the truth, of course."
The clock si tuck tHii.
Von Ulumer. excusing himself mo
mentarily from his companions, went
down staiis past the wide-open door
of the bishop's empty room to the li
brary, where his wife sat alone, read
ing. "My dear," he said, "do you
huppose you could send some one out
for another dozen bottles of beer?"
"You don't mean to say," said Mrs.
Von Blumer, "that you want more
Von Blumer waved his hand apolo
"Yes," lie replied. "You know I
hadn't counted on the bishop." Tom
Massou, in Life,
ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK.
Tlirn-O.W Teflrlcs in "A Man f om IU
rr.ip.w x e.viuiiu.w "Kicctiif spaik."
Matinee 'alurda,v, ,
Academy of Music.
Al.t, WIXIv Reiinett i: Moullun Company In
LA3T 111111:1: WIS-Wine, Women and sunt,
Champion Jeffries Tonight.
.lauios .1. .Ti lilies, the diamplou pu;ilUtl,! .itli
icto of the world, will mako his appearamv heic
tonight at tho Lyceum In tlio new American
iiiilodramj, "A Jlau I'rom tlio West," wiltten
lor lilm by the well known plaj might, Clay
M. Cicene, llavlnf dcinomlratcd that he is
without u peer in the world of pugilism, Cham
pion Jeffrie 1 bids fair to lay daliu within a
bhort time to being the best actor who has vet
stepped from the rlnu to the slat,-?,
1'ioni einy source louie enconilunij-us to the
smnrlilufdy escelleut nianuei lie poitiajs ilie
rule of the county sheilrt in "A Man Troin (he
Went,'" He Is said o act with lulelllKemc and
rase and a gracdiilucftt all the more enjoy ablj
from the fact Ihat it comes from a man of
gieat plijsiiiue. He ii surrounded wltlia com
pauy of sterllnc; plajcis, while the drama itself
is quill) liejuml the oidinaiy, ahoumliue in
beautiful stage pic-tuirs and thrillini; cenlc
."The Electric Spavk."
"The Kleclrlc Spall." will be pirtcntrd at the
Lyieuin (or three performances, tomorrow iili;ht,
Satuidjy afternoon and nlzht. The ritchbure,
Man., .Sun says: "Tlie company Itself would
make a so of a less clever piece than 'The Live
trie Spark.' In Kager Midgley the manager
has secured a comedian of iiioio than oidluary
ability. His resources for aioujliitf an audience
are boundless. Gertie Carlisle is a winsome lit.
tie actress. Her singing; attracts by thi fresh
ness and sweetness of her olco and her dancing
is very graceful. The other members of the
The People's Exchange.
A POPULAR CLEARING HOUSE for tilts BeiiaM .! Wltr
Have House tu Rent, Rant Kstttta or Other Property to
Sell rtr Exclintu? Who Want Sltnntloiis or Holp-'l'listo
Sintlt AdvcrtlstmanU Con One Cent n Ward, .Six Insertions for
Five Cents a Word-Kx.:cp: situation Wanted., Which Ai-j In.
ion iti:.r t..itni: riiosr iioom ton tii'.N-
tleninn. SOI) Jcdrrson iiuihk'.
rmMU:NMi:X-U00t Hot's!-:. .MS t'INK SI'.,
bi'twrrn Washington and Ailin avrniip, if
iciill.v pji"red futniKr, c'. tutli. rhntle I'.
roll "TtKNiM " Mirn.i.v avhnui', kioiiT
inonit; lirlch: $JU.
Knit h t.i:-n,stm wim. iiijv imitK mvni.i,.
Inir, corner 1'i.uiMlu and Mnlheirj Muetj
rjy terms. Tall on (', I'. Jadvvln.
Ul'l! SAt-i: 1 "iiWrXMSHS; Abb IMPROVE-
incuts; central (llys easy terms; paj.s on
piicc, fcir.OOO, t irr (ent net after te, w.iter,
hcut ami liKtiraiirc ('. I'. Jjdnln, corner Spruce
.Mid I'enn ;i v miti'..
I'Oll SAbK-HOUSK AND LOT. Alt VI NR St.,
corner Adams avenue, Calvin Nrjlioll,
ion ,si.i:-ro.vri:xTs w house I'UitNi-
lure, catpeti, leddlnj, etc, W2 Waililiigtnii
WANTKIl -- ONK liXI'KlllKN'CI'.D MAX TO
work In Krecn houe: single prricncd; it
Kcratrtri' (aim, South Main avenue, l.tneoln
WAXii.p-iiooi), srnoxo nov. k io i
yearn ol ace. to learn tlnnerV trade. 'Aftlt
.V W(ii?p1. 240 AdauiK avenue.
murt be In mood mdii; ctate pailiculara in
to make and price. Address, L. Jl., general de
livery, Scranton. I'a.
pi ui.ii,' sm:-vi: will si:m, at huiilic
sale, for the henellt of whom it ma.r ron
(cin, on Vciti!iJjv Xnveuiher Till, at 10 u'cloik
a. in., at the Arbitration Koom in the Court
Ihwe in the iltyof triantnu, Peninylvanla, one
hunilieil jnd ten aluiei oi picfened stuck ami
one hundiid nnd ten shuien of inminon stoik
of tli Si.inlon llaliy Comp.in. I'ernis of wile,
(.ash. WKI.I.KS H TORIIKV.
i.ot Tti:sn.Y Ai'iTJiNoox, iiiiTw i:i:x mki
and 2iX) lilncks Washington .iviimic, peail
pin, ilLiiiuind in (enter; liberal revv.iid. Ilutiirn
in ) Wasliintrton avenue.
I.OsT HMALb I'tritSi:, MAHKKII "It," IX 'K--tral
city. Tinder please return to Tribune
LOST Oil STOI.KX SMALL DKUK CIIAY COLT,
1 jimm old. veij,'liiiiB IW pounds; long mane
furetoji; pciullai uurk on inside of left hind
li; liont feet hliod. Lileul lewnid if le
tmned. .lohn Ziinnieinian, I'aupait,, 1'ike coun
WAXTKD-2 OK 3 rURXISIir.D IIOOMS. FOR
IlRbt housckeepintj; centrally locattd. Ad
drew, J. , Williams building, City.
luVn6oM."hKt1.l FLOOR, WITH l!OAM,
i.t 410 Adams avenue.
IX UK: l.NCOltl'OHATIIlX OF THF. 0. . JOHN
cm Hose (.'omtan.v of Uiuunoie, I'tnii
.vlv.ini.i. In the Court of Common l'le.is of
r.aikiivvjnii.c county. No. 31(1, Novemlivr Teim,
Xuthe is heri-hy Kiven that an applic.Uioii will
be lll.nh- at Ihe i-aid colli on the 2lh oa.v ui
.Niiu-inhir, A. I), llioo, nt ! o'clock a. m. umlei
in act to provide for the iiicoipomtiuii and left
ul.'itlon ol ceitalu corpoiation, apjirovcd Ihe
itlili day of Apiil, 18T4, and its supplements, by
.Ii loi M. ltcicau, Micln'el .1. Roiiau. Jamc I.
O'lloin, I'rink ( . Waul, Clinics .1. (."olello,
.lames A. Kennedy and tin ir asMictjC-, for u
(h.iiti'i. The intended coipoialiou to lie railed
the O. S. .leihusein Hose 'ompmiy of D.inmoie,
lVnnsjlv.iiii.i. Tha puipoiie for whle.li tlie (or
potation is foimed is 10 s'lpport 11 hose: com
p.ui.v for the- control of tile, and fm tins iiu-ic-i-
in hive, iiDs-r-.-s. nnd rujo.v all the riehts.
liclicfits and piivileirea confeiied bv satd net and
its Mipplcment. I'AVI.OR k LEWIS,
Attorneys for Applicants.
eOTI( K IS HKRI'.nV (UVI'.V THAT AN" Al'l'l.l-
'itlou will bo innde lei the Coveruor of Penn
Kvlvnnia on the VJth d,iv- of Xovembei, liiOO. bv
II. M. Holes, II. U. Hole... W. . HutchiMM, .1. 1).
hherer and A. 1'. (tVbhardt, under Ihe Ait of
As,embly, cntllled "An Ait to piuvide for Ihe
iurorporatlnn and icxulaiuui nt reilaln icupiua.
lions," appioveil Apiil i), ItTL and the supple
menla thereto, for the ih.iiter of an iinend-d cor
poiation to be callcu the Ma.vfleld Llee trio Light,
I lent and l'uner I'ouip.iny, the clui.icter and oh
jre.t of which is to manufacture and supply lleht,
Iieat and power, or any of them, by electricity,
tn the public In the uoiemtth of Maviield, county
of Lackawanna and btate of i'euns.ilvaula. and to
such persons, paituerphlp and coi-por.it ions, ie
itielliig: ihriein or adjacent thricto, as may de
sire the same, and lor these purposes to have,
pesseju and euoy all of Hie iIrIiIs, beuelils anej
piivlleges of tald Act ol Assemble- and tlio sup
plements Iheieto. II. D. CAltllV. .Sollcilor.
lstat'i: of MARvl.v.NKvr, di:ci:aiFd. l.vTk
of the Ilorough of Uuinnoii-, Comity of l.iik.
avvauna, and slate of Feuusylvania, Xotite is
herebv Riven that lelteia of adinliillratiou 111
the abuve estate have been granted to the un
dersigned, and -all poisons luvlm." claims or de
mands against die said estate will pi i sent thrm
lor pavmeut. and those indebted tluielo will
made Immrillate pavtneut to '
Al.Ukltr HALL, Administrator.
company aie thotoughly competent and their
singing of sin prising i'.iellenie, In fjot, 'The
Llectiic bpaik' as presented Saturday fuininhes
a ilelighlful Ileal in eveiy way to lhe4tiegoris,
and Is a decided amusement novelly."
'Ihe local theulei -goers will be delighted tu
know Ihat the Macjuley-I'altoii company l-s
bonkeel for Iip Academy nt Music all next wck
la a high class repei tnite of plays. The open
ing hill will be the pastoral diatiu, "The Alin
Mrr's Son." Mr, W, I), Palton will appear in
the leading- lcL that vf Simon ltuy. He will
be reinemherrd as, one of tho best icpjitoiie com.
celi'ins that liavo ever visited Scrantni., The
".MlnUter'a sen" is a play llut all i lapses of
tlieatei-gocrs should tec-. It entertains every
liioment, It touches the best emotions and
teaches iiiou- iiu-i csivtlj than tho best seiiuon
ever preached. The company Is one of the best
on the road and (an led a carload of scenery
tu produce their plays, Stiong specialties will
lie Intioduced by "The Two Does." The list of
plays produced duting the week will be; "The
Inside Truck," "Peaceful Valley , " ".hm Before
Pawn," "lloyal Hags," "A Wasted Life" and "A
Tcas Cowboy," Prices, 10, 20 and 30 icnts.
Matinees d-illy, commencing Tuesday, I.ailles'
tickets (or Monday night, 15 ec-nu.
BOTHERED THE PULLMANS.
A Young Man Arrested at New York
Is Sent to an Insane Pavilion,
By Exclusive Wire from The Associated Piess.
New York, Oct. 31, The younu man
who for eevernl years annoyed tho
Pullmans in Chlcoijo by deniandlnu
money o( ihciu unJ callliit,- hlinsolf
Gutituv Pttlluiiin, va.ti uiieatv'il lu'i'ii
toUay, This uftcrnoon he culled at
the hotel where young Uooigo and
Sanger Pullman aio llvintr nnd sent
Ills enrrt up to tho former.
The Pullmans had him ejected and
ho returned and ilcmunded $50,000. lie
was again put out and on his third
visit was arrested. After helnn: ar
raigned lu police court, he was taken
to the insane" pavilion at Uelleyue hoti
pltal for examination.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Jioxr.v to "Toav. ''''nifi:siii:iio, !'" aitoi
nty, 307 Connell Dulldlnir.
AXV AMOUNT, I TO 1 PKU CK.ST.. 1'ltOMPT.
ly. II. C, He) Holds, .Mrars bulldilij.
MOXEV TO LOAV-HTItAIOIIT LOANS "AT
once. Currj, Connell tuiildinp.
AXV AMOUNT OP MONKV TO I.OA.V. QUtt!i:,
tralftht loam or BultdlnK and Loin. At
(rem to C per cent. Call on N. V. Walker,
D14-.1IS Connclt bultdlns.
nnnssHAKixo for childucn to oiidi:k;
alio ladles' waist. Loulat 8ho(mtlcer, 212
A. B. Unifit!3 CbKASS 1'IIIVV VAULTS AMI
cess pools; no odor. Improved pumps used.
A. n. HRItiriS. Proprietor. Leave order lino
North Main nvenue, or Klcke's druic store, cor
ner Adams and Mulbeiry. Telephone 9310.
iiiiTmmaki:ii "wasts work nv Tin; nw.
lteumdeliuir a ipcchilt.v : alo thildieu's
Kern li". Addicss Jennie, Tiibunu oftlce.
MTl'ATIOX WANTKII-HY A (Hill,, '10 TALK
(.arc of t-hihlleli or do licht limiscwurk, or
wash dishes or work In small Mine. Call or n't
dreM (07 Vridlnam! ti it.
SITUATION WAX'tXO TO CO OUT 11Y Till:
day. K. ,1, A., :UU Washington .ivrnue.
SITIATIOX WA.NTKU-UV A YOUNO WOMAN.
10 do wanhlui,' .md iionlmr, 01 v.oik by the
day. Mrs. ,1. T., (114 Itidinnml -tre-i t.
S11UATIOX WANTKD-IIY A IlKSIMXT MILL
colored girl its cook or chambermaid. Apply
401 New street.
SITUATION WAXTi:i)-HV A CAPAIILK CIHI.
for cooking- or ireiienil housevvm I; ; elty ief
eieme; call at ;uu North lljdc I'mk avenue.
SITUATION" WAXTCl) -IIY YOUNO MAN AS
othYe cluk. has liad live yc.il-.' experiencp in
the huildine: limitless; tan do bookkeeping.
Address. L. II. V Tiibi.ne office.
SITUATION VAN'Tlil)-IIV YOUNO MAN AS
olRce 1 lerk; has had five ve.us eperliiice in
Ihe building- business; cm du bookkeeping. 'L.
II. .," Ttihiine.
WANTF.D-I1Y A MllllJLK AfiKD LAllV. POSt
Hon as housekeeper in a small family ; can
give good refeiencc. Address 155 Bulwer street,
IllinSOMAKKIt DEMIIKH WOIIK AT 1IOMK OR
by the da), hif.hrst oily leferenres mill
first iks.s woik gUJiameed. Address Modes, Trib
SITUATION WANTKD-BY KUUCATF.D YOl.NH
lady as oilier ao.--i.st jut ; ersed in bookkeep
ing, short h'.net and typewriting. Dclres peinu.
nent employment with come reliable party. Ad
dress "Experienced," .WJ Sinunei avenue, city.
liWiU IIOtJSK WAN1S CAPAIILK MEN AND
women to mt as general agents. $U0u yearly
salary, expenses, extra commissions, billlUnt op
portunity. .Stafford Piexs Co., New Haven, Conn.
SITUATION WANTKD-BY A SHOK SALES
lady with epcricuce; can furnish the heat
of city refeienees. Address Kxperience, Tribune
Certified Public Accountant.
KDWA1ID O. SPAU1.DISO, C. V. A., 2J TRAD
eis' Hank buitdine;.
EDWAliD If. DAVIS. ARCHITECT, CONSKl.L
Fltr.DF.niCK L. linOWN, ARCHITECT, PRICK
builuiiig, I -'6 Wasliinejlou avenue, Scianton.
Cabs and Carriages.
RinnKit Tlltl'.n cabs and CARRIAOF.S; best
of serviic Prompt attention glvrn order, by
'dhone. 'Phones 2072 and 5J32. .loeph Kcilev.
DR. O. E. F.ll.tABKROEIt. l'AOLt UUH.DlNUr
Kntiice street. Sciantcm.
DK. 1. O. LYMAN, SCltANlON PRIVATE DOS
pital, eornci lAjomlng und Mulhsiry.
PR. C. C. LAUUACII, 115 WYOMING AVENUE.
Dlt. II. K. JIKYNOLDB, OI'P. P. O.
Hotels and Bestaurants.
THE F.LK CAFE. Ii5 AND 127 FRANKLIN AVF-
nue, Kates icisonjine.
P. y.ElalF.H, Proprietor.
cniiiWTnv 11,-lllh.l- V1.-1H n r. j- u mc.
aenger depot. Condiuic-el un tlie European uUu,
I vicrrnii irmif u,nh.i.,...
J. W. BROWNINO, ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL.
Iov-at-law. Booms 312-313 Hears buildinr.
V. B. IlKPLOOI.E, ATTORNEY-LOANS NEOO
Hated on real estate security. Mesrs bttildloajL
comer Washington avenue and Spruce itrtel,
WILLAItt), iVAUBCSf k K.NAPP. ATTORNEYS
and counsellois-at-law. Itpubllca building,
JESSUI & JKSSUl'. ATTORNEYS AND COUIft
ellor-at-law. Commonwealth bulldlnjr, Bo any
10, 20 and 21.
JAMES W. OAKrOltp. ATTORXEV.AT-LAW;
Rooms 614, 515 and 510 lloaul ol Trade bulls
ing. EDWARD W. THAYER. ATTORNKY. ItOOlIS
WU-D0I, 9ll floor, Jicars building.
l". A. WATRE3. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, BOARD
of Trade building, Scranton, Pa.
C. It. PITCHER. .VnORNKY.ATI.AW, b"oaTii)
of Trade building. Scranton, Pa,
PATTERSON ft WILCOX, TRADERS' NATIONaT
C. COMEOYS, 013 REPUBLICAN BUILDINQ.
A. W, nERTII01.y. ATTORNEY. WEARS BLDO,
Physicians and Surgeons.
ML "w. eTaLLEN, 513 NORTi("wTSHiNGrO.V
DR. S. W. L'AMORKAUX, OFFICE S39 WASH,
ington avenue. Residence, 1.118 Jluluerrv.
Chronio diseases, lungs, heart, kidneys aiid
genlto-urinary organs a specialty. Hours, 1 to
4 p. m. s
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA, 6CIIANTON,
l'a, Course preparatory to college, law, inedi
cine or business. Opens Sept, 12th, Send for
catalogue, Rev, Thomas M Cann, Lb. I)., prin
cipal end piopiictor; W, E. I'lumley, A, 11..
0. It, CLARK i CO.. SEEDSMEN AND .MIRS
rrymen, stole tOl Washington avenue; green
bouses, 1050 North MjIu avenue; store tele
JOSEPH KUETTEL, REAR 611 LACKAWANNA
avenue, Scranton, l'a., manufacturer of Whe
BAUER'S ORCIIESTRA-JIUSIO" FOIlllM.Ls!
..Innll, llllllfl ftM-findl-lm, UaH.1I,,d m.tA .
tvrt work (urulslicd. For lenui sddreM ). .;.
Bauer, conductor, 117 Wjonilug avenue, oirr
ilulbsrt's music stoic.
n--ninnKE HHds imivTKHs' Kiu.m u-u vv
vcevpe.', yt"'c "b, ivvine, vvsicuvusc, nv I
Washington avtnue, Scranton, Pa. .
RAILROAD TIME TABLE .
PENNSYLVANIA RAfiMAD '
Schedule in Effect My 87, 1800.
Trains leave Scranton, D. . H.
0.45 n, m week days, for SuaWury,
HnrriBburr, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and for Pltta
burg and the Weat.
D.38 a. m., week daya, for XaaUtoa,
Fottsville, Beading Norriatowti,
and Philadelphia, and for Bun
bury Harriaburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore,Waahington and Pitta
bnrg and the Weat.
2,18 p. m,, week days, (Sundays
1.58 p. m.,) for Sunbury, Harris '
burg, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington and Pittsburg and
the Wcat. For Hazleton, Pott
ville, Hetiding-, &c. week days.
4,sr p. m., week days, for Sunbury.
Hazleton, Pottsville, Harriaburg,
Philadelphia and Pittsburg.
.1. Tl. WOOD, dm. IMis. Ail.
.1. U. HUTCHINSON, flen. Mr.
Delaware, Tnckawanna and Western.
In lllTect .tunc 10, 1000.
fcouth Leave Scranton for New York at 1.15,
a.m. 0.40, 8.01 and 10.0.'i a. m.. 12.65, 3.T1 and
8.IU p. ni. For Philadelphia at 3.40. 8.00 and
IO.Oj . in,. Li,f,5 nm ai33 p. m, Kor SIroud
burg nt a.to p. in. .Milk and accominodation at
;?.' '" Arrhp at Hobolten at 6.B5, 7.1K.
1 Ml a. in.; i2,ns, oMT 44g, 7,10 md 0.43 p. m.
fhe ".' ''I'Hadelphla at 10.0(1 a. m.; LOO, a.lx.
.'H) and 3 p. ni. Airivc from New York at
220.127.116.11.0(1 and 10.20 a. in.; 1.00. 1.52, fi.4S. fl.45
and IL.'lO p. m. Fiom htroudsburg at P.O.", a. in.
.virtii.. Leave Scranton for Buffalo and Inter
medlatr stations ut 1.10. 4.1(1 and 8.80 a. m.;
', 15.48 and 11. M p. m. For Oswego and Syra-
i " at 4I a- "I. '! 1.M P- " "" u,Ic "t
' I" ii. ni. am) 1..V, p. rn. Far Montiese at 8.S0
fi. V .',03 I'- "' l' W I'- "I- Vor 'i,',,
mi at4()0 and fl.C, p. m. For lllnghamlon. K.5
, i .,'., '' "' Arrive in Snanton from Bnffol"
L..0. f..V,, r,,M mid 10.00 a. in. I .l.no and 8 01
... J,!i' 'J'"" Osivego ami Svi anise at 2..M a. m.;
I--.S nm a.oo p. ,, Kioin I'tlia at 2.J5 r. in."
1-.3S ami :t.:m p. ,, ro, xcii0lson at 0.S0
IV." e'"1 H'(l ' '" Krom Montrose at 7.55 an
in TO a. r!. : .,,M nnii ,, m,
lllnonisluira; Division Leave Serantou for
"rlhu-nhinnd at r, 45. 10.0 a. m.: 1.55 and
(Wl p. i. For Plymouth Rt LOI, 3.40, 8.55 and
IJ"- ,':.m- rr Nantlroke at 8.10 a. in. Arrive
at Northumherl.iiid at 0M a. tu., 1.10. 5.00 and
' l- in. Arihe .it Nantlroke at 11.10 a. m
;( at I'lynionth at 2.00, 4..12. 0.60 p. m. and
1...0 a ni. Arrive at Seranlnn from Xortbum.
IwilJtiel at 0-ti ii. ip.j IJ.tf,, 1.50 and 8.41 n
'".- rrom N'nntlcnke at 11.00 a. in. From
lymoiith at 7.50 a. in., ,'(.L'0, .. and 11.V0 p.
Smith- Leave Siranton 1.40. S.OU, 5 40, 10.0 .
m t H.:u, ;iM ant 8.10 Pi ,,
Noith Leave Snanton at t.tO. 4.10 a. ni.;
Li-i. o. IS and 11.S5 p, in.
Illnnm-.bincf Division Leave Scranton at 10.0.1
a. ni. and 5.50 p. m.
Delaware and Hudson.
In EiTert Oct. 21, pjon.
Tiains (up Caibondale leave Scianton at 20,
7.M. 8.5t. 10.U h. in.; 12.00, 1.2.1, 2.26, .1.52, 6.25,
B.2.-I, 7.57. n.l.-, 11.15 p. in.: 1,16 a. m.
1'orc llonc'il.ilt 1;.20, 10.13 a. ni.; 2.28 and
5.25 p. m.
For Wilkes-Barre C.45, 7.18. 8.43. 0.38. 10.43 a.
ni.; 12.0.1, 1.2S. 2.18. .s.,1.1, 4.27, 6.10, 7,48, 10.41.
ll.SO p. ni.
For L. V. II. It. poinls--fl.45 a. m.; 12.05. 2.18,
4.27 and IL.'tO p. in.
For Pemi'ylvanii n. It. points fi.15. fUS a.
in.; 2.18 and 4.27 p. m.
For Albany and all points north 8 20 a. m.
and 3.52 p, in.
F'or raibciKlaleO.OO, H.3'1 a. in.; 2.28, 8.62,
5.17, 10.52 p. ni.
Kor Wllkes-llaire 0.P8 .(. m.j 12.03, 1.08, 1.28.
8.27. 8.27 p. m.
For Vlbany nnd points north 3.52 p. in.
For Hone'd.ile fl.OO a. m. and 3.52 p. nr.
Lowest i.ites to all points in United Htltes and
.1. W. BFRDICK. O. P. A.. Albans-, N. Y.
II. W. (.RO'sS, 11. P. A., Scranton, Pa.
Lehigh Valley Bailroad.
In F.ffrct May 27, 1900.
Tiains Leave Scranton.
For Philadelphia and New York via D. : II.
II. It., nt 0.45 a. in. and 12.0.1, 2.18, 4.27 (Rlaek
Diamond Express), and 11.30 p. m. Sundays, D.
i. II. II. It., 1..W. 7. IS p. in.
For While Haven, Hazleton and principal
points in the coal legions, via D. k 11. K. R.,
0.45, 2.18 and 4.27 p. in. For Pottsville, 8.1J,
2.18 p. m.
F'or Bethlehem, Easton, Reading, Harrisburar
and principal inteunediate htntions via D. Ac II.
It. It., 0.45 a. in.; 12.0.1, 2.18, 4.27 (Black Dia
mond F'tpress), 11. "0 p. m Sundajs, D. k II.
It. It.. 1.58, 7.48 p. m.
For Tunkhsuuoik, Tnwanda, Elmira, llhaca,
Renrva and piinclpal intermediate stations, iM
I)., L. fc W. R. R., 8.08 a. m.; 1.05 and J.J1
For Geneva, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Fill,
Chicago, and all points west, via D, Ic II. It. R.,
15.03, 3.31 (Blael; Diamond Kxpicss), 7.48, 10.41.
11.30 p. m. Sundajs, 1). k II. R. R., 12.03 p.
in.; 7.48 p. 111.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehigh Galley
pallor iji-s on nil tiains between Wllkea-Barre
and New Yoik, Philadelphia, Buffalo and Sus
R0I.L1N II. WILBtlR. (fen. Supt., 28 Cortland
stii'cl. New Yoik.
CIIAKI.ES S. LEE. fien. Pass. Agt., ?fi Cortland
slieet, New 101k.
A. W. KO.NM MACIIKR. Olv. Pass. Agt.. South
Belhlel em. I'.i
For llckrli. and I'uIIiiipii leserv.itious apply to
30V I.nkawaniia avemie, Scianton, Pa.
Central Bailroad of New Jersey.
Stations In New York-Fool of Liberty strttt,
N. 1!., and South V'euy- , , ,
Anthracite coal used exclusively, Insuring
tleanllntas and comfort.
TIME TABLE IN KFECT JIAY 20, IWW.
Trains leave Scranton (or New Yoik, Newark,
Elisabeth. Philadelphia, Easton, Bethlehem, At
Isntown, Mauch Chunk and White Haven, it .?
a. ni.; express, Z.20; cypress, 100 p. in. Svn
sUys. 3.1t P "'
t'or Pittston ami vYIIkM-Barre, t.S0 a. m.j 1.20
nd 4.0O p. rn. imdays, 2.15 p. in.
For Baltimore and Washington, and poled
Soutk and West via Bethlehem, 1.30 I. in,, 1,20
p, m. Sundays, 2.16 p. in.
For long Branch, Occsu Oiore, etc., at f,!4
. in. and 1.S0 p. ni.
For Heading, Lebanon and Harriaburg, via A!
leiitown, 8 JO a. ni. and 1.20 p. m. flundiflt
a.i.l p. m.
Kor Potlgsille, 8.30 I. t 1.20 p. in.
Through tickets tn all points east, south and
wist at lowest rates at the station.
.1. II. OI1L1IAUSEN, Gen. Supt.
lb V. BALDWIN, flin. Pass. Agt.
New York, Ontario and Western R.It.
TIMB TABLE IN EFFECT SUNDAY, JUNE 11,
Noilli Bound Tiains,
Scran- Carbon- Arrive.
ten. dale. Cadstta.
10.40 a. m. 11.20 a. in. 1,0) d. m.
s.ll p. m. 4.32 p. in. Ms p. a.
6.00 p. m. A rrtve Cs rbondalt, 8. U d. m.
' Sm.IIi nni.n.l 'IVsl.i '
, .!') . in.
7.00 a, m,
10.02 a. ni,
1U.4S tt tn.
4.2 p. m.
2.03 p. in.
n. in. ;i.oi u.
3.31 p. in.
Scran- Carbon- Arrive
ton. dale, Cadosla)
o,y, 8.30a. in. 0,10a. in. 10.15 . in
"mi 7.00 p. m.Arrive Carbondale, 7.45 p. i.
-lM South Bound. v
Cadosla, Carbondale. Scranton,
'(hi ...,,. 7.00a, m. 7.10a.m.
ns 4.80 p. Hi. A. 64 p, in. 11.116 p. m,
' Train No. 201 make connection (or points
North and South on Main Line, at Cadosii.
" Trains Nos- 203 and 2.0S make Main Mm e
nedions on Sunday,
For Inrlliir information, consult (Irkst afr'ita.
.1. l ANDERSON, den. Pass. Agt,, New YVl.
J, E. WELSH, Tiavellng Paiienger Agent, Seran
tou, Erie and Wyoming Valley,
Times Table In Effect Sept, 17, lt00.
Trains (or llawley and local points, connect
ing at llawley with Erie lallroad (or New York,
Nevvburgh ad Intermediate points, leave Scran
ton at 7.03 a. in. and 2.22 p. in.
Trains arrive at Scranton it 10.50 a. as. d
0.10 p. in.
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in Se lantern ut the news stands ol Rrismsn
Bios., 403 Spruce and 603 Linden; M. Norton.
322 Lackawanna aveuue; , H. Schutitr,' 211
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shampooing, Mc-.j (miclal.inasugt; Biaaber
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