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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1900.
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Special to tliu f-iniiton Tribune.
Hiisriuohunnd, Nov. 7. Tlio second of
(lie series or social hops, under the iiih
plces of thi' Susquehanna Athletic club,
Ke stone Hook mid Ladder company
nnd Mile Itoo company, wilt be hold In
IIokuii opera hjiuie on Thutsday uvon-
In JlliiRhnhiloii, on Wc'clticuliiv lint,
"Hyion Fiench, of Huaciutlmiiim, nnd
Miss Lottie I'eUKtC Oakland, weie
united In man lucre. Their many friends
tuc offering conRi.itulntloii'?.
Benjamin II. Prlzor returned to linr
rlsbuiw yMtoi day.
The Doicus society will hold 11 supper
in the ProsbMcilttn clitncli parlors on
Wednesday, November II.
Mis. Ft .ink Pctiy, of Hioad sticot, on
Monday sustained ti slight sttoke Of
Mt-ssis. Ituekley jnothtrs, of l,ane-
hoi o, offer 11 1 award of J." for the 111
ic'st or knowledge that -vn ill le.nl to the
nuest or the buighus -who lslted their
Btoro on Sunday moinlnp.
A number or Susfiuehannii fi lends of
the late Homy W. Tyler, of IIltiKlum
ton, attended the Intciment ut .lackon
Mrs. L Rmknfolloi Is lltlnff lela
tlves at Washington, N. .1.
The pension of rlulstlan Kidman, for
jncily of Siis(iieluinnn, but now of Ijlu
01 ty, Sullivan county, X. Y., has boon
icstored Horn $1J to $17 per month,
Mi'ico 1SSS, when his pension was cut
clown by the Cleveland administration.
On Satin day evening, at Stevens'
Point, Theodoie Slocuni Jumped fiom
n, hay mow, sUlklng on the handle of
a hay folk, which penetrated his bov
f Is about sK Inches. Dr. floodwln, as
hMod by Dr. niidsell, ot Suwiuelinnni,
and Dr. 1'obinson, of Stevens' Point,
peifoimed an opeiatlon on Sunday
morning, and the patient will piobably
Ten clnjs ngo, a Stevens' Point wo
man and hei adult fcon left home, with
out the consent ot the husband and
htep-fitlior. They went away with a
wagon belonging to the husband, -which
was drawn bv their own hur-e. On
Monday afternoon the husband, who
was In town on business, mot the wife
and son, who woio letuinlng home. In
tho niesence of n (lovwl, a stoimy
.sceno ensued. The husband took his
wagon and harness and the wife 10
Kilncd her horse, and they fonnallv
Fepaiated, turned their backs on each
other nnd ivent out alone into a ciuel
and chlllv wot Id.
.T. C. Clcaiy, of New Yoik city, called
on Susquehanna fi lends on Mondav.
3le was en loute to Blneli. union, his
Epccial to the Scranton Tribune
Honesdale, Nov. 7. Mr. Hany Mull,
of Atlantic City is spending the week
with Honebdale leiatives.
Mr. Fied O. Bunnell, oL Albany. X.
Y-, enmc to his home In Ilonesilalo to
The ofllcinl boaul of the Honesdale
Methodist chinch have guiutcd theii
pastor, Rev. G A. Place, a aeatlon
of four vveekb, or longei, if lie so de
The advisability of electing a bildgo
over Paik lake, at the upper end oC
Thltd stieet, is now agitating the
minds of Honesdale people.
The sewing school in connection
will Gi.ice chinch will lc-open next
Saturday attcinoon at 2 SO
Tho ladles of th- Baptist chinch will
have a haivest homo supper in the
chuuh p.ulots on Tluusday evening,
The annual hop of the Amity club
will lu held In the uimoty on Thanks
Siuely Honesdale is a model town
Only 0110 an est made by the police
dining the month ot October nnd the
olfcii'o In that case was llding a bicy
cle w ithoul a lamp.
The itimniage sale by' tho Piesby
toilan ladles will commence this
In" election passed olf quietly
thioiiRlioitt the count), uUhough theie
was- o hot contest as a lesult oe the
cjuoy and anti-Quay light which has
onti'ied Into the Republican iank.
Both Republican candidates for the
legtslatuio weie defeated. The enm
plelc returns foi leglslntuio ate as lol
lows: A. I. Bishop, Republican, 2r7j
W. W. Wood, Itopuhllcatl, SfiWj L.
Tturth, Domociat, r.007: J. D. Btannon,
Domcciat, S042. The Republicans will
Meet the lemninder or the ticket by a
imr.ll 1110 jot Ity.
Fpeclil to tlje Scranton Tribune.
Tiinkhannock, Nov. 0. The elec
tion at this place yesteiday was
a qulat affair and In some in
spects a surpilse to both sides. Tho
fight on the county ticket was veiy
close and tho tesut of the election
tor loptesentntlve will not bo known
until the ictuiii judges moot heio on
Tlntisduy. On Tuebdny ovcnlng the
election of tliu whole Deniocratlc tick
et was conceded, but later letuins
fiom the outlying dlsttlcts guvo Tlf
funy, for lepiesentatlve, a mnjoilty
of Jvvo votes. On tho national ticket
the Republicans havo entiled tho
county. McKlnlej's majotity being 372
over Bryan. The Republican t,tate
ticket will lecelv about the sumo oto
and Chailes I Wright, for congiess
In the Fifteenth dlsttlct, Republican,
gets -330 pluiallty. For state senufor,
Mnynaul, Democrat, will iccelve n ma
Jorlty In the county of 1111 over R S,
Kdmlston, the Honest Government
candidate. Returns fiom Btadford
bay that ndmlston iccelves anujoiltv
of 2500 In Bradtotd county, ami that
will liisqto his election. On tho cnun
ty ticket, Tlffnny, Republican, for icp
lebentatlvy, canles tha county onr
Kquler, Domocmt, by two votes. Slck
lur, Democtut, foi associate Judge, has
n majotity over Bui dwell, the Ropub.
llcan eundldatc, of 201. Tlbblns, fur
coioner on tho Demnciuilc tidvtt ie.
celves Vil over Meade, Republican.
Tho light for lepiesentntlvo between
Boaetlmos needs Tollable, aroathly, MgaltUns medicine. Onlr htnaleai tad
(bo 1 uretldrugi etould be uwJ. Ujou iraat tho but, gel
Ely,. Peal's Pennvroval Pills
I Thsy aroproui,t, (sab and certain fa rceult.
.Tbn-Ti r0n(Dr. 1'cari.luovtr disappoint. SoMforH.COperbor.
For Sale by JOHN H. PHELPS, Pharmacist, ccr. Wycming avtnue and
Tlffnny nnd Hoiilcr Is so closp that
theie Is nlioady talk of n. contest.
It. S. IMmlston, the Insmgent can
didate for senator fiom this district,
who was lufused a place on the icgu
lar rtepubllcan ticket by tho Dauphin
tounty votes, polled only 'l votes In
tho whole counts', a laigc majoiltv of
Ilonuhllcnns not voting for senator nt
all. i:dmlHton's Inige mnjoilty In
IJindfoid will In all piohablllty elect
Epedil to the Fronton Tribune.
Thompson, Nov. G Pi of. Hoeken
bury. of Caibondale, was calling on
fi lends In town yesterday. Ho spoke
ut the Ptohlbitlon rally at Stauucca
ltuy Gelatt came up fiom Scianton
Satuidny and tan led until today to
cast his fhst vote. Hairy 13. Searles
came ft 0111 Syracuse university Sutui
day evening for a shnit lslt vvltli his
patents and to cast his vote. Count
two for Woollen'.
Prank W, Lewis made a business
trip to Plnghnmton Mondav.
The futieial of Eunice Hauls, who
perished In the tile at Jackson 11 week
ago tonight, was held In the Baptist
1 lunch nt Jackson jesteiday and was
Chailcs V. Picketing, who owns a
farm in Thompson borough, 1 .lined
one liuudied and nrty-lx bushels of
eais of coin this jeai on one acre
V. V. Gelatt', of Lake View, -visited
his father, Fiank Oelutt, Monday
night and voted this morning.
S. S. Hubbaid Is moving: his house
hold goods to Pniondale, wheie he Is
in business-. Ills family will go to
moriow. Thompson's loss Is Union
Mis. . c. Bliss entei tallied her
hi other, John Leslie. and wlte, ot Sus
quehanna, for dlnnei Sundav.
YANKEE MONTE CRISTO.
"Maivelous Caxeer of Heniy Meiggs.
Woith Millions in California, and
Left That State a Fugitive
Debtoi Hade a New F01-
tune in Chile and Pent.
Douglas White, in Ainslcc'
'No tale of the fottunes which have
been built up bv Noith Amei loans in
tho lepubllcs of Latin Amoilca would
bo (ompleto without lefeiencc to the
cnieer or Homy Melggs. His opeia
tlons in Chile and Pent fotm the most
spectacular atoiy of finance which
South Aniftlca lies evei fuinished, nnd
bejond a doubt, had ho been granted
but a few mote yeats of life, he would
have died one of tho 1 Idlest, if not
the lichest, men In tbe world. To him
the amount of mo.iev involved in a
tiansaetlon cuts no flgutc, and ho dealt
In millions with less woiry than 01
dlnaty opeiatois handle thousands.
Heniy Meiggs learned the lesson of
fi.ifii'ce in a school wheia lnige llgup's
w ( 1 e common As a young man he
rnssed thiough the jva-s when Cal'
foinia was the vv 01 Id's Cltloiado and
finkl was niaie plentiful in some s"c
tlons than was tho water wltn which
to wash it. He ios2 i the rust of
the golden wave, and his lnituno vws
estimated then at sevctal millions
'"'he time of iei"tlon cnu;ht hlin load
ed with piopeities upon which he
could not quicklv lealUo icady coin,
and with manv otheis he snnl" lofoie
the Hood, not only loMng his pinpettv,
lut bmied1 under an avaHn'ie of
A FL'GITIVi: DBBTOR.
In Oclobei, IS" I, Melggs loft San
Francisco not only a mined man, hut
a fugitlvo debtor. P01 seveial yeais
his wlicieabouts weie unknown, and
then woid ca.ne up fiom the South
Pacific of the &i?antic opei.illons then
being engineeiod by a fl.ivm-? specu
lator named Meiggs Jnvi sligation
showed this to be none other than
Heniy Mjiggs. tho man who had fled
fiom debt in California. Tlmn Meiggs'
ciedjtot.s began to hear fiom him, nnd
oar by one the California debts, weio
wiped out. Uven a was'ioivoman to
whom h? owed a few dollam was
sought out bv his agents, who vveio
Instiucted not onb to pay tho
claim, but to add enough gold to
pltico tho poor woman forever be
yond want. One lot of dobls Meiggs
declined to pnv until by a icaillusl
ment the full amount of tho claims
might bo passed to the oilglnnl ciedlt
01 s. These weie claims which hnd
been puicliased for a song by ppecu.
latois when the fhst tumor of Meiggs'
South Ameilcan success icached the
California conbt. To the 'tlamorous
biokeri he tinned a deaf ear, but de
claicd himself isady at nny time to
nippt the full obligations with Intet
est if ho could pay tho sum claimed
Into tho hands of his oilglnnl ciedl
tots. Pop a time the biokeis held out,
but as Meiggs was safe fiom attnek
they finally weie obliged to yield, and
the money for thousands of Meiggs'
debts was thus foiccd by him Into tho
powsslon of Its rightful owneis.
Meanwhile lite South Ameilcan for
tune hart giowii. Meiggs cleaied a full
million fiom u contract for the build
ing of Chile's ilist lallvvay between tho
pott of Valpaialso and Santiago de
Nest came the coustiuctlon of
Tern's original lallvvay lino between
Mollendo and Aiequlpa, which doubled
Meiggs' foi tunc. lively conttnet was
made dlieclly with the government of
the tepublln wheieln the mad was to
be built. Scheme after schema, each
mote gigantic than the other, was
successfully can led out. Meiggs at
oiio time offeied to build a bieakwnter
ut tho mouth of Vulpaialso's huibor
If the Chilian government would give
hlni a ninety. nine year leaso of Its
sheltered side. Foity millions would
this yentuio have cost, but thy ptlnel
pul huibor of Chile would haw been
leudcii'd safu foi all time. The Chile-
nils feared MoIrbs' rapid strides to
wonllh, nnd demanded a large price
for the rental of the sheltered side
of lhi bieakwnter, even should the
work bo done without tost to the re
public. Consequently, the project
fa Hid, and todny the wind-swept bay
Is wUhout piotectlon,
In' 1870 tho financial vvoild was
ninnaed by the magnitude of a ton
tract en toted Into between Meiggs nnd
the Peruvian government. This cull
ed for the construction of a complete
l'etttvlnn tnllwny system, even to ft
line rrosslnjr the summit of the Andes.
Mr tags' was to deliver the lines rendy
for opctntlon nnd iccelve tho sum of
otto bundled and twenty-live millions
In gold, paynble In Installments, ns the
At (list the money came pioniptly,
then Petu was forced to boriovv tr
meet the Meiggs conttnet, and finally
when Kuiopenn loans could not be ef
fected, Meiggs accepted the obliga
tions of the Peruvian government un
til he ptactlcally owned the lepubllc.
liven the nssasslnntlon ot his hlend,
Colonel Ilnltn, then president of Peru,
fnlled to Intel feie with the tallway
Finally Petu could do no nunc, and
Meiggs' own foi tune was tied up In
the "building of tho lnllwnys. So for
Inck of money the work was stopped.
Negotiations for a futther loan from
Hutope, with Meiggs' assistance, were
almost consummated when In 1877
death cut off the most lemntkablo
cateer of any Yankee In South Amer
ica. With his death the lnnn negotia
tions failed, and then followed Peru's
unfortunate war with Chile. Until
18S4 tho Meiggs lallvvay operations
slumbered. In that year when peace
enmo to the two lepubllcs the Aim of
W. R. Grace & company took up the
Meiggs contract, nnd the woik has
since been pushed intermittently.
Tn spite of his success, Meiggs never
revisited the state of California. His
tilals theie seemed to have cieated In
him an aversion for the place. Even
a resolution passed by the California
leglslntuio asking him to leturn,
failed to inllttonco him to visit the
One of the peculiarities which chai
nctetlzed this billllant operator was
that he always woiked alone. Theie
never was a paitner In his dealings,
and he never sought advice. He
looked Into the futuie thiough no
mind save his own, and when once
Ills coulee was shaped he never
His personality was most attt active,
his manner never changing no matter
what the piovocation His lightest
speech Insphed confidence, and to this
fact Is due In a gieat measute the suc
cess lie achieved in the manipulation
of his gigantic speculation. Neither
nt the Ameiican continents will ever
show another caieer exactly paiallel
Ifg that ot this dating opeiator.
HUMOBS OF IRISH LIFE.
An Iiishm.iu Is natuially devout,
and, ns a mle, accepts the deioes ot
ptovidence without a muimut. ' His
climate is ns changeable as he Is Him
self, but jou l.xidy hear him ptiumble.
Anytklng shoi b jf a deluge is "a grand
dav, gloiy be to God," or, if he is com
pletely wet thitfliEh "a fine .soft day
for the countiv."
"On one oc(asion, when It had 1 allied
incessantly for weeks," .sa.vs a vviltei
in the Cotnhlll Magazine, "I said to a
man: 'What do jou think of the
weather, Flanagan V 'I think,' said
Flanagan, looking round at the diip
plng hedges and soaking fields 'I
think, miss, if I was to be makin'
weather, tin' made the likes of this,
thcie'd be grumblin' at It.' It was
wiling out ot him, and siuely dlMip
piobatlou was never more delicately
"As might be expected, 0111 s Is a soil
in which blessings nnd cuises flemish
in almost' tioplcal luxui lance, and both
aie dispensed with a liberal hand.
Among the causes which Insute a plen
tiful supply of the former may be reck
oned tho possession of led hail. 'The
oul' masthei's f uncial was a giand
sight,' said an old woman, 'but shine
the giandest bight of all was to see
Mastlier Andy standin' there with his
head shlnin' like gould In a dog dhiain
May the Iord bless him an' the barber
that baibeilzed him!'
"We aie often cie,dited with a dispo
sition to accept state-month without
pioor of thojr accuiacy, but the follow
ing shay goes f.n to disprove such an
accusition: "It's wlshln' to Infoim
tlie family I am that there's a cioss
baste bevnnt In the field,' was an
nounced one morning by an old herder.
'Aie you .sine it's really cioss?" some
one asked. 'Ah, begoira, I am suie.
Mis. Cas-ey bet self was vvalkln' ncioss
on her way fiom maiket, whin It wlnft
at her an' turned her upside down, nnd
the ciathute was that skeated she
couldn't spake hardly a woid whin she
got up, an' himself wouldn't bolave
her, so he tuk Maiy out to see if It
wus tin ue, an,' begona, lb vvlnt at
her an' tutiened her upside down, too,
so thin he knew It was a cross baste.'
"The same old heidor descilbed his
cattle 'Shine, they'io fine bastes
now; but tioth, If ye'd seen thlm win
they came fli.st, It's thin sklllltons they
vv ei e.'
'So paper on Iilsh humor would bo
complete without at least a few speci
mens of bulls. Hete aie two or three
jotted down ut inndom.
"'Bluunk!' said .1 man, speaking of
his neighbor, 'he was that dhrunk that
he made Km halves of iveiy word,'
"'Aiiah, ma'am! hnvo ye heard tho
news,' Mlsthor John's best calf's been
dhrowned on hlni. Bhuio, I'm after
Roln' thiough the field mesllf, when
they worn gettln' tho ciathuio out of
tho ditch, an' ho was that, wake ho
could huidly walk homo,' 'Hut' I
thought you said he was dtowncd!'
'Dht owned!' And sure, so ho was
dhrowned, but he wiihu't (Unowned
"'Why Is the chapel bell ilnglng,
Mike?' 'Shure, It's two men over them
beyant In nuitnaghur that's dead, and
they'ia a-burjln' of one another to
day, and that's tho sign.'
"Among the the many factors at
woik In Irelnnd there Is one of the ex
tent of whoso Influence Is supposed,
by both fi lends nnd foes, to be unlim
ited. J mean what Is called the power
of tliu pilc'bt, nnd as lu undoubtedly
has a piomlnent place for good or evil
In Iilsh life, tho follow Insr example
may be of Intoiost:
"Old Mlko and his wife lived In a lit
tle cnbln on the mountain, one of u
typo which is happily oyeiy day be
coming mote and moie iaie. The walls
weie of mud nnd the Moor of the Baino
useful niatetlul, with a gutter uinnlng
down the middle to dlvldo tho family
apaitment fiom that of tho ilomestlo
animals. To this mansion cume )ls
leveienco one cold, showeiy nioinlng
In Murch to hold a Mutlon. His tun
biella, was wet and dilpplng, so, being
u careful man, he placed it open In the
bpuco vacated by ttu unlmals, who
weie grazing outside. After the usual
devotions, when the congregation had
dispel aed, he went for a stroll, while
Molta prepared his breakfast, for to
entertain his teveience nftvrwnrd Is
the crowning honor of a station. He
lind not Rone far when n heavy shower
obliged hlni to lake shelter under a
ttee and send a little gossoon running
back for his umbrella.
" 'Ills levercnce Is nftlier sending me
to bring his ombrell' said the boy,
bursting Into tho cnbln.
'"The Bnlnts presnive ttst' said
Mike. 'Maybe It's the thing ho left bo
yant In the corner,' and, seizing the
innbielln, he tried to pass thiough the
door, but tho entrance was low nnd
nut tow nnd the umbtella latgc and
wide. Without a moment's hesitation
he caught up a spade nnd began shov
eling down the wall at either side of
"'.Man allvet' snld the pilest, ap
pealing on the scene, 'whatever aio e
at." 'Shine, It's nitikln' way I am for
yer llvot dice's oinbtell,' said old
Mike; 'devil u bit' of it'll go through at
nil, ut all.' 'Ah,' nonsense, mnnP said
his level enco, laughing, and, stepping
Inside, he took the umbtella out of
Molta's hand and closed It before
"Old Mlks stated nt It aghast. Then
he turned to his wife. 'Olory be to
God, Molra,' he said, 'Is theie any
thing beynnf the power of tho priest'."
These old people belonged to a genera
tion which Is fast passing nvvay, and
to which tlje succeeding one boats but
An Interesting Episode of the South
According to la story told by Mlchncl
Davltt In the Freeman's Journal, an
Hngllsh soldier wns found walking post
In part of a camp of British prlsoneis,
of whom he was one. Wlion the Dutch
commandant made his rounds at mid
night, Tommy calnilv saluted and re
pot tod. "All right, sir." Asked for nr.
explanation, ho .said: "Well, sir, this
'ore poor little chnp," pointing to the
sleeping form of a Boer lad fifteen
yenis old. "was dead btoke for sleeo
aitor two nights of dooty. I takes pity
on the little chap, and I says: "Look
'ere, you'ie tegular done up, you are,
that's sartln. You give me your rifle
and take a bit o' sleep, and I'll do
.sentiy-go for ou, I will. Honor
bright! I won't do' nothlnk wiong. blow
me If I do! It's till 1 IghtT sir; don't you
bllme hlni. pleae, he's only a kid!"
An Estimate of Btyan That Is Not
Two mlnistets, a Baptist and a
Methodist, met at the Kansas City con
vention nnd fell to joklnjr. Said the
Baptist preacher to the Methodist:
"I suppose you know that Biyan has
tin ned Baptist?"
"No," gasped the Methodist preacher,
"that can't be "
"Novel theless, tint's title," said the
"Oh, no," said the Methodist preach
er, lecoveiing himself, "no, that can't
be true. Why, to be a Baptist, you
have got to be totally Immeispd,
"Certainly," said the Baptist.
"Well, then, it can't be true," said
the Methodist; "do vou suppose tint
Mr. Bijjan would consent to disappear
fiom the popular view so long as that?"
ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEK.
Tllt'lts-Vli.u Cochin ii.
FRIDAY XIGIIl "who Is Who?"
Academy of Music.
AIT, Vil.RK Miciulcj Pitton toinpaiii in rtp
llltsf I Hill i: D US Sun Tick's ca
LVSr niRLi: DUS-UmcluMei',,
Miss Coghlnn in "Vanity Fair."
Vnotiiei llieatiiril eison is on the va.v aid
enou tliu dod walls and Iilghwavs of the" town
will he rioting in the vamolmcil lllliogi iphic
Kll((tlon ut well known men md vvonun of
the st ige. One o( the mo-.t interesting of the
)earS novcllUs to (ome in for tins pictorial
attention will he Oeitrude Coghlan now- arpcji
ing In "Vault) Talr." The olUpun of u fc
nioiis fatlur with a feminine showing of her
fatlur's guiim, Miv, Coghlan U (itdllid with
an excellent realiation of Unikenj's strenuous
luiolne. llio dnmatlsation is the work of J,
II. Ivovins ami tlio produttion it hpoiHorcd hv
Delchcr k Hennes.s,v, a linn of produeeis ie
now ned for excellence and thotougliness in over)
detail. This attrition will lie seen at the !)
t-i-iiiu inn evening.
"Who Is Who."
A round) ol complications is "Who Is Who,"
vvhuh will make its appeaiamo at the I)tiuin
liiday night. Messrs. Charles V Lodcn and
.lohn MiMalion, the chit ( fun conspirutois of
this company, have a vilutle admirahly suited
to their unetloas st)lc as well as one which
admits of almost unlimited introduction of spe
cislt) features without in any way nurriiig its
coiialstcnc) or destro)Ing its plot. U s a tk
cided novelty to contemplate a musical farce,
(cincdy with a well defined and Intelligent story,
as farce coinedies seldom havo plots that can
be, dicovercd Willi an '-ra) ; but "Who Is Wlin"
has a plot that Is visible to the naked e.ve, and
the natural action is replete with the most
I unliable situations and the fun Is Ju3t as tha
bills describe it, "one ceasekps drive."
It would not be In keeping with modern fane
remedies, howevci, without a liberal display of
putt) girls, dilnty lingerie, catrhy music, and
high class vaudeville trimmings. All these have
been provided, nnd this attiactiou ranks anion-
tho forcmot comedy oigatuVatloni befoie tie
The lluntle) -Jackson block company opens a
week's engagement at the Atadeni) next Monda)
eunliig In Lillian Lewis' famous mllitai) plaj,
"lor Liberty and Love," This compaii) .icnu
to Invo struck the popuhr fnicy of the thcatci.
koiug public, as they have been smashing all
ireoriU in some of the largest towns in the
lipcitolie belt, with a cluii,c of bill ut each
pciioimime. The riJson, llicy a-iscit, ii that
they Jro giving the people what they want, large
Minic shows with numerous specialties. Kvirj
thing is put on witli careful attention paid to
detail, the same 03 it they were setln high
This compvuy was orgaulred at "the Bijou'
11 cater, Chicago, opening llioii seisnn July 31,
19.S, during the hottest wetthel, and nude such
.i sut(es tint the ininaemcnt Immediately ji.
ranged liscnd It out, pla)ing the best town J,
and giving tho public big scrnlo productions of
"fhe I'ast Mall," "The Toinadu" and "fho
World" at popular puces. Sinco tlien they have
lepliccd "fho Pust Mall" with "Tlio Fatal
Orel" and several othei large pioduction?, in
cluding "llio Innocent Siunei," 'Tor Liberty
and love," "Just Bcfoio Dlvvn," "Ihe T'ouudo,"
"Mleluel Stiogoll" and "fho World."
Easy to Cuie a Cold
it you go nbout It light. Take two or
thtce Kiause's Cold Cuio Caiisulcs
t'uilng the day and. two beforo retlilng
nt nlsht. This will Insuie a good,
night's i est and a fiee inovcinent- of
the bowels next morning. Contlnuo
the tieatment next day and your cold
will melt away. Ft Ice 23c. Sold by
The People's Exchange.
POPULAR CLEARING HOUSE for tho neiiaflt ot Alt Who
llnve Housci to Rent, Rout Eatiita or Other Property to
Sell or Exchange, or Who Wuut Situations or Help Thoto
Small Advertisements Cost One Cent a Word, Six Insertions for
Five Cents a Word Except Situation Wanted, Which Ai-j In.
ron lthsr iiotsi: with Hr,vnuvitY
rnnirr, hot ntul mid water, liitli, Mntloiiiiry
wiuhlnlii. MJ.GO inquire ot V. It. Pitcher,
i on am:-two "ousrs, ijuin ami onir.n
uiitliiillilhiKH mid nliuut ID ucui of hnj at
i:!mlnirt: llr tnlniitrs ik from iltlifi tlit-
1), I,. A: W. or i:. ii W. V. IE. It. station.
Write nr apply to lljrou lluclcltiKliniii.
1011 4LK t'Hinr AM) IIMIIV VHt 1011
enlc In Xewlovvn Tannthlp. Mm. I'. 11. Ji'
cots, NaiitUuke, l'u.
ron sux-uotM: ov uook Hruri-.i! ov
(i"- tcrm. Itnpilre of V. It. Pltdicr, Com
yon s vr i:-co'ti:t op iiousr runsi-
tnrc, iarpct, I cddln, etc. C)J WihIiIiirIoii
WANTKl) OXi: KPEUIl-'SCr.O t TO
work In Ricen liouno; single preferred ; ut
Kerntcter's faini, South Jtaln avenue, Itncoln
FOUIl LADY Oil OKSTI.EMKV A0I.NTS TO
mil coupons. Applv nt once to Cramer's
Studio, III I Lackawanna avenue.
MARINE COW, -V. S. XWV, UECkUirH
c antrd Ahlo bodied men, service on our
war ships In all parts ot the vvoild and on laud
in the Philippine whin requited. Recruiting of
flcci, 10.1 W.vomlng avenue, Hciatiton.
must be In Rood ordir; ttate particular) oi
to make and price. Address, L ti , general de
livery, Scranton. I'a.
light housekeeping, centrally located. Ad
dress, J. VV., Williams building, Citj.
MONEY TO LOAN.
.M0M:Y 10 LOvX. BUTEXBHUO, AT TOR
noj, 307 Connell Building.
HONHY TO LOAN-STRAIGHT 10NS
once. Curry, Connell building
AXY ASIOUNT OF MONEY TO LOAN. QUICK,
straight loins or Building and Loan At
from 4 to 6 per cent. Call on N. V. Wallur.
314 315 Connell building.
LOST- ' DVS GOLD WATCH BLTWEEN LY-
(V heatei and uOfl block Washington ave
nue LllK.nl icward an Washington avenue
SlltWI'.l) TO THE l'ltl.MISTS OF THE UM)I It
signed, a yellow cow. Owner can have same
upni piuving ownership and pi)ing e'iire,cs
l.iin.lld Ito-iel, Jerui)ii
DRESSMAKINO FOR CHILDREN TO ORDLR;
also ladies' waists. Louise Shoemaker, "It
MRS L T. KELLI.R, SCALP TREATMENT, ,r,0c.,
shimpoolug, 60e. , fnclal nuagi ; manicur
ing, 25c, chiropody. 701 (JuiiH).
IN III!: INCOUPOItAlIUV Of THE O ). .10II.N
son Hose Compiny (if Dumnorc', 1'nin
")lviuli In the Com t. ot Coiiimoii i'lciu of
l.jckawanin lounl). No. 51G, November leiui,
Notice it hcicby given thit nn .ippluition uill
be nude at tho Enid cwrt on tliu M)i my of
November, A. D. l'JOO, nt '1 o'docK a in. mulct
an act to piovide foi the incoiporation ind ng
ulitiun ol cotain rorpoi.itloiw, apmoved the
'-lih (hv of April, 1S74. and its supplements, bj
Jchn -M. Reagan, illclncl J Roimii, .Iimo I.
O'lloro, Prink C. ard, Cliules J, Coitillo,
James A Kennidv and their i-.soclit"s lor e
(hnrtcr. Tlie intinded coipontion to be cnllrd
inc ii. s loiiuson nose Compiii) of uiimnure,
Peniiivlvanla Th- puipo.se for which the rnr.
poratinn is formeil Is to support a lioe com-pain-
for tlio control of lite, ind foi mis nur
j ose to have, poi-ess and enjov all the rlghtc,
bencfitx and privileges tonfencd by said act nnd
its furplenicnts 1AH.OR d, LEWIS,
Altonirjs for Applicants.
NOTICi: IS IIERI.BY GIVUV THAT AN APPI .
cition will be made to the Governor of Penn
tvlvanli on the Dth day of N'ovembei, 1P0O, bv
II. M. Boles, i:. . Boles, W. S. Hutehln.-s, J. U
Sheier and A. T. Gebh.iidt, under the Act uf
Asmnbl), entitled "An Ait to provide foi tho
interpolation und regulation of cirtaln corpora
lions" approvid Apiil 2U, 1874. and the nipple
liicnls thereto, for the chartei of an Intend, .1 rnr.
poratlon to be called the Miv field ElCLtiie Light,
Hi it and Power Coinpanv, the rhaiactei and ob
jeet ot which is to manufactme nnd supply light,
Iitut and power, or any of them, b) 'lectrlutv,
to (hi- publle- in tlie borough of Mii)flcld, count)
of LaeKiiwarnu and State of Pennsilvanli, and to
cueh pel suns, paitncnditpa and corporations, ie-i-idlng
therein oi adjacent thereto, as mav de
nim tlie same, nnd for these puiposes tu have.
po-wcM and enjoy nil of the Tights, 1-fiicnlj and
piivlligs nt t.il.t Act of Astemhlv ud the flip
tiltmcnts theieto. II. D. CAREY, eolleitor.
I.STATE OP MMIY LYM.TT, DECEVSED, Lri!
of the lloiough of Diimnore, County of Lack,
awanna, and state of Pennsylvania. Notice is
huch) given that letters of adinlnhtiatiun iu
the above eMnto have been granted to the uii
ilemlKiied, nnd all peioas having claitnn or de
liiuuds against tlio slid estate will present them
foi pjiucnt, and those indebted thiictn will
made immediate pi)ment to
AIBERT BALL, AdmluMralor.
Meetings at New Milfoid,
Mis. May V.. Fioy. of Klmiiurst, Pu.,
will bejjln it neileB of meetings In New
Mllfoiil on Sunday, Nov, 11, Mis,
Piey has been engnRed In mission
and evangelistic wotlc for a nuinohr
of yeais. She Is voiy successful In
tills line of Clirlstlun vvoik, iiilne- tliu
past year she has hold meetings In a
number of the luiger towns of Sus
quehanna county, und now the
churches uie calling her back the sec
Or Any Part Thereof Can Be
First Lien Mortgages
At Rates Ranging from
TO 6 PER CENT.
Rooms; 18 and 19 Traders
4 - -- - 4- -f s-f
A 0UMJ .MAX WANTS A I'USITIOVIn""a
Biotciy utort'i lull IiikI nic Jiuh esperkmi',
and 1 ut pciK I.hkIIkIi and llcinuii. Ailduss II.
I! , OIS l.(U tuitrt, (Ity.
SllUAriOX WAMI.U-11V AN KM'UUII'.NCI'.Ii
uoniin to (In Kiiicnil lion-cuuiU 01 llt,lit
licmenork, Cjn ho mkii nt the Arlluittun, coi
tin ypiuic sticLt and rimiKllit a(iiuc,
MVX 01" TIlUltUlKIII llCslMsS IIM'HUI.
mill would 111,1 tu opt at tiprruiiUtlVc
or matiuKcr ot nuiiiil icluilng ci whole'iile huu'i
in .New lliiwu, ( uiin. Addiiin 1'. .1. I.., t rlli
DHKSSJIAltnt WASn WOltK IIV 1IIK l)V.
llomoilclliiif a hictlull.v : uUo (.lulclri n's
Ron lit. Adduwi .leniile, lilliune oflke.
SITUATION WAMI.D-UV A (Mill., TO TAW'
tare ot chlhheii or do light humuvotk, m
wash ilili or woik In 0111 ill store, tall 01 ad
dicn 407 KudhianU utitit.
S1T17AT10X WAMTD TO tlO Ol! P l!V "I HI'
dJi. U. .! A., .".: VVutliliikton avdiin.
SITUATION' WANn.ll-tlV A OU.S(! WOMAN,
to do w Tilling and Ironing, 01 oik hi tliu
dJj. Mn. .1. 1., Oil Pudlnand stlcet.
blTUATlOV WAMKU-DV A ltl.SI'I C'l lli.l'.
colored girl ui took oi clniiiUtniald Applj
40t evv strict.
MTUATIOV WA.V1CD-HY V CVlHI'l.l' tllltl.
for cooking oi genual housework; city let.
erence; call ut ,(40 Noith lljde l'.itk avenue
SITUATION- A.TI.D-I)Y OU.NG M X AS
office rlcrk, hat hid five jeaiV ovpcricnie lu
the building biHincvs; can do bookkeeping.
Addrcm, h. B. V lribune office
SITUATION WANU.D-BY YOUNfl VI AN AS
office clerk; li is lad Ave jnis expirknce in
the ljuilding buslnesn; cm do bookkeeping "I..
It. W" Tiibune.
WANrKD-IlY V VtlUDLt: AOKU !,I)Y. POSf
tlon it hou"ikeeper in a smill fimlij: un
give good rcfcicnie. Addicw 1525 Uulwer Rtreet,
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD O SPAULDINO, C. P. A , 23 TRAD-
cis' Bank building.
EDWARD H. DU'fS, ARCHITEOT, COXSE1 L
FREDERICK L. DROWN, ARCHirECT, PRICE
building, 120 Washington avenue, Scranton.
Cabs and Carriages.
RUBBER 1II1KD CABS AND OAnillAOES; BEST
ot servlte Prompt attention given orders, by
'phone 'Phones 2072 and 6332. Joseph Kellev,
DR. C. E EILENBEROCn, PAULI BUILDI.SO,
bpruee street, Scranton.
DIt. I. O LMV, SCUAM-OM PRIVATE HOS
pltjl, comer V)omlng and Slulberrj.
DI! C. C. LU-UACII, 115 W0)IINO AVENUB.
DIt. II. l REYNOLDS, OPP. P. O.
Hotels and Bestaurants.
1IIU LLK OArE, 125 AND 127 FRANKLIN AVI?,
cue. Ilaten reasonable.
P. 7XIGLER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D . L L W. PAS.
seuger depot. Conducted on the Euiopean plan.
MOTOR KOCH, Proprietor.
J V. BROWMNH. ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL,
lor at law. Rooms 312 J11 Meara building
I) B. RBl'LOGI.E, ArrORM:Y-LONS NEGO
tinted on ical estate security. Meara building
corner Washington menus and Spruce street.'
TlLLAnD. WAltKEV , KNAPP .ATTORNEYS
and counsellor at-Iaw. Republican building
JI.SSUP & JC-jSUP, AlTOHMT'lS AND COUN-
sellorsat-lavv. Coinmoiiwealth building, Rooirs
10, 10 and 21.
JVMPS W. tnkrOHD. TTORNhY- T-LW
Rooms 611, 615 and 010 Board of Tude build
EDWARD W. TllUIIt. A1TORN1.Y.
IttllWI, 0th flooi, Mcars building.
L A WATRFf. ATIORN'EY-ATLAW, BOVBD
of Trade building, Scranton, Pa.
C. R. PITCHER. ATrORNEY-AT LAW, BOARD
of Trade building, Scranton, Pa.
PnXRSOV & WILCOX, TRADERS' NATIONAL
C. COSILCnS, 01.) RI PUBLICAN BUILDING
A. . BERTIIOLF, TTORnY, ME RS I1LDC.
Physicians and Surgeons.
DR. W. eTTlLEV, 513 NORTH WASllTsGTOV
DR. R W. l,'MORI'UX, OlTICr '10 WASH.
ington avenue. Residence, HIS Miilhenv
Ohronio diseases, lungs, heait, lldne)saiid
genlto urinary organs a specially. Hours, 1 to
- p. in.
SCHOOL OF THE I. VCIUWANN V, SCRWTOV,
Pi, Coime pieparator) to college, law, medi
cine or basinet Opens sept. Ulli Send fm
otalogue. Rev. Thomas M ('inn, LL 1), prin
cipal and proprktor; W, E. Plumlr), A. M ,
0. It. I'fAIlK i CO. Sl-FDSMEV AND MlltS
ei)inen, toio LOl Wnnhlngtou avenue; gieen
huu-.es, ln'0 Noilh Main avenue; storo tde
josi'ph Kur.rn.L, rear en hcivawans-s.
avenue, Seranton, Pa., manufacturer of Ulu.
BAUl U'S OliCllKSTIt -MUSIOlOR II I l.si
plenles, iMilbs receptions, weddings and ion.
Jut work fuinished For terms jddre R. ,
Itauer. lonductoi, 117 t)oming nvinue, ovci
llutbcrt'a music store.
MF.OUIOIE IlltO-., PlII.SrHtS' M'PPIHS, IV.
v elopes, paper bags, twine, Warehouse, 1.10
Wasiilniton avenue, Scranton, Pa.
National Bank Building,
-f 4 4 -f -f -f -f -f -f -f 4. 4
schedule In Effect May 8T, 1900.
Trains leave Sernnton. D. . H,
0.45 a. m week days, for Sunbury.
Hnitlsburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, WaBhington and for Pltts
burg and the West.
0.38 n. m., week days, for Hazleton,
Pottsville, Bending Norristown,
nnd Philadelphia' and for Bun
buiy Harrlsburg, Philadelphia,
Baltlmore.Waahington and Pitts
burg and the West.
S.18 p. m., week days, (Sundays
1.08 p. in.,) for Sunbury, HarrU
buig, Philadelphia, Baltimore.
Washington nnd Pittsburg and
the WeBt. For Hazleton, Potts
v"ie, Heading, &c. week days.
4.27 p. m., week days, 'for Sunbury,
Hazleton, Pottsville, Harrlsburg,
Philadelphia and Pittsburg.
r".I. R. WOOD. Oen. Pan Agl.
J. It. IIUTCIUNSON, Oen. Mgr.
Delnwaie, Lackawanna and Western.
In Effect Juno 10, 1000.
Soulh fcive Srrintoii for Xcvv Yoik at t 5,
3 rw, o 40 s oo and 10 (M a. m , 12.63. 3 31 and
8 11 p. in Foi Philadelphia at 5 40. 8 00 and
J" Uj a. in u y, onj j a.1 p, m. Tor Strouds
burg nt (110 p in. Milk and accommodation at
Vi... p '" A"lve nt llobotten at 6B. 7.1S.
"' " a. in : 12 OS. 2 47, 4 48. 7.10 and 0 43 p. m.
"' ot I'hlladclphla nt 10 00 a. m.; 1.08. S .
II TO and jj p ,, Arrile fron, Nvr York at
i OS, 4M nnd 10 80 a. m : 1 00, 1.5S, 6 43, 8 4S
and II 0 p in. j'rom htroudshurg at 8 05 a. m.
... Sl. ,cac Scranton lor Butlalo and Inter,
mediate alatlom it 1.10, 4 Iff and 8 30 a. m ;
ineuiale slntloni it 1.10, 4 10 and 8 90
... ' I4? "'"' " M P ' Vat Oswego am
uw at 4 10 ,, ,', j y, p, m. ror I
. L0, llh nnJ 1 55 p in. Kor Montrono
, oi no
m. : 1 OS n m. ant r, in n. m For NleluM-
mV.i orn nni1 flip i- 'or ninghsmlon. 10 21
,,?, ' "' Airlvc In Scranton Irom Bultaln
,! ' .H M' B "" "1 10 00 . in. i 3 30 and 8 00
i ii V01" Oswego and Sv mouse at 'J S5 a. m ;
J-11 and 8 00 p m. rrom UHca at 2 55 a. m.;
t.7 ; a.n'i 3S0 P "' l,'nm Nicholson at 6 50 a.
in anil o 00 p. tn. From Montrose at 7.BJ and
jo (Hi . , . ,, nn, 8 M m
liloonuburg Division Leare Scranton tor
nrthiiniiicrhml nt 0 41, 10 01 a. m ; 1 55 and
o M p ni. Tor Pleinnnlli at 1 OS. 3.40. 8 65 and
11 ' II 111 V .HII. .. o in . n. Arrive
nt Northumberland at 011 a. tn.; 1.10, 5 00 and
Ai'i.p ?'. Airlvc nt Nantlcoke at 010 a. m.
i m 'l "A-nioutli at 2 00, 4 32,
wi; "i n.'' Arrive at Scranton
berlaml at 0 42 a. m ; 12 33, 4!
12, 0 50 p m. and
RA mA i ft
i.i. F1r,'n , Nantlcoke at It 00 a. m. From
inoiilh at 7.50 a. in, 3 20, 6 35 and 11.10 p.
South lave Scranton 140, 3.00, 8 40, 10 05 .
in. : I '13, 1 40 and 8.10 p. m.
. Aorl,l.TTea"'c' Scranton at 1.10, 410 a. m.;
J 6 . 5 41 and 11 15 p. m.
Bloomsbtirg Division Leave Scranton at 19 06
a m. and 6 M p m.
Pelawaie and Hudson.
In Effect Oct. 21, 1900.
Trains for Carbondale leave Scranton at 6 50,
. SJ. 8 63, 10 13 a. m.; 12 00, 1.23, 2.20, 3 52, 6 S3,
t) 25, 7.67, I) 13, 11.15 p. m : 1 10 a. m
fore Honesdale 0 20, 1013 a. m.; 2 28 aoel
6 25 p. in,
Tor Wllkrn Barre 6 45, 7.48, 8 48, 988, 101 .
m ; 12.01, 128, 218. 3 33, 4 27, 8.10, 7.48. 10 41,
11 30 p. m.
Tor L V. ft. Tt. polnts-0 45 a. jn. J 12 08, 2.18,
4 27 and 11 30 p. m.
For Pcnnsvlvanii R. K. points 6 45, 9 31 a.
m : 2 18 and 4.27 p. m.
tor Albany and all points north 8.20 . m.
and 3 52 p. m.
For Carbcndale-9 00, 11.33 a. m.J 2 26, 3 62,
6 17, 10 62 p. m.
For Wiikes-Borre 0.S8 a. m J 12 03, 1 68, 8 M,
6 27, 8 27 p. m.
For Albanv nnd polnla north 3 52 p. m.
F6r Honesdale 0 00 a. in. and 3 52 p. in.
Lowest rates to all pointa in United States and
.1 W. BtlRDICK. 0. P. A , Albany, N. Y.
II. W. CROSS, D. P. A., Scranton, Pa.
Lehigh Valley Bailroad.
In Effect May 27, 1000.
Trains Leave Scranton.
For Philadelphia and Nevr York via D AH
11 It., at II 45 a. in. and 12 03, 2 18, 4 27 (Black
Diamond Fsprcss), and 11.30 p. ni. Sundaja, D.
4. II. R R , 1 6S, 7 4S p. m.
For White Haven, Hazleton and principal
pointa in the coal regions, via D. & H R. ft ,
(I 45, 2.18 and 4 27 p. m. For Pottsville, 6 45,
213 p m
For Bethlehem, Eiston, Reading, Harrisburg
and principal intermediate stations via D. k If.
11 R , 0 15 a. in ; 12 03, 2.18, 4.27 (Black Dia
mond Express), 11 30 p. m. Sundays, D & II.
R. R 1 18, 7 48 p. m
For Tiinkhannock. Towanda, Elmlrs, Ithaca,
Geneva und pilncipal intermediate stations, via
I), L. & W. R. R., 8 03 a. m.; 1.05 and 3 35
For Genevi, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls,
Chicago, and all points west, via D & H. R. R ,
12 01, 3 31 (Black Diamond Expicss), 7 48. 10 41,
1110 p. m. Suuda)9, D. k II. R. R, 12 08 p.
m ; 7.48 p. in.
Pullman ra,lr anll Bleeping or Lehigh Valley
parlor cars on all trains between Wilkes Bsrre
nnd New York, Philadelphia, Buffalo and Bus
ROLLIN II WILBUR, Cen. Supt., 28 Cortland
street. New York.
CHARLES S. LFK, Gen. Pass. Agt , ?8 Certlard
street. New York.
A W. NONM'MACHER, Dir. Pass. Agt. South
For tickets and Pullman reservation! apply t
300 Lackavvnnna avenue, Scranton, Pa.
Central Raihoad of New Jersey.
Stitlons In New York Foot of Liberty strut,
N, R . and South Ferry.
Anthracite coal used exclusively, insuring
cleanliness nnd cnmfoir.
TIME TUH.r. IV l.l'ECT SIAY 20. 1UO).
Trains have S'eranton for New York, Newark,
Eliribcth. Philadelphia, Inston, Bethlehem, Al
Untmvn, Mutch Chunk nnd White Haven, at 8 '9
n m ; express, 1.20, express, i 00 p. m. Sun
ihvs, J XI p. m.
For Plttslon and Wilkes Bine, S30 a. m ; 1 20
and 4 00 p in Snndivn. 2 15 p. m.
For Biltliwuc Hid Washington, and polnti
Eolith and West sin llethlelicm, 8 30 a. m, 12(1
ii. in. Sundivs, 2 16 p. in
I oi long Bunch, Ocean (hove, cle,, at 8 80
n, in nnd 1 20 p ni.
For Blading, Lebanon ard Harrlsburg. l Al.
le.it'jvvii, 80 a. in. and 120 p. m. Sundays,
2.11 l m
I ci Pottxvllle, "? Ill i m , 1 20 p m
lluougli tldets to all points east, south and
west at owist late-, at the station
.1 II. OIILII VUSLN. Gen Supt.
II P. DW.imiN, Gen. Pass Agt.
New Yoik, Ontario nnd Western R.R.
UMi: TVIU.ll IN HFUCT SUNDVY, NOV. 4,
Noith Bound Trains
fcivi I eive
111 in ii tn 11 fl (l m.
1 til p, in..
HOOp ni iilvo Carbondal ft 40 p m.
Ii ive I cue ri Arrlv
t1 idol i, riiboiuhile, erantnn,
7.U0 a. in. 7.40 a. m.
2 0.1 p iu .) l p. in. 120 p in,
Siiiii1i)s onl), Noith Round,
li.ve leive itli
Niintnn. f'jibomhtc, Cadosia,
SIC i, Hf, I) 10 a. ni ' 10 41 a,' in.
7 () u. in rrivc Cirbonilo 7.10 p. tn.
leive Leave ' riln
Cadonh. Ciilioiidile, rauton.
7 0(1 a. u, f 7 III a, m.
I .0 p iu 1 1I p. in I el J.j p, iu,
'lialns leivlng N.1111I011 at PH0 a 111. ilail),
ind 8,30 n. in. Suiiilitn. in ike New York, Com.
vvull, Jlld llftovvn, Walton, ibidney, Norwich,
Rome, l'tlei, Oueldi nnd Oswego eonnsctions.
For fiulhei inloiin itlou eeiitult ticket agents,
.T, (', AMIHP-OV, Hi 11 Piss. et New York, ,
J, F, Wl I HI ruvclliig I'aoniger Agent, Sciss.
Eiie and Wyoming Valley,
Times Table in 1 ITcct Sept, 17, 1000
lulus for llavvley and loial points, connect,
lug at lliuvh) with File ullroad for New ntk,
Scvvburgh ud inlcruiidialc points, leave Seran
ton at 7 01 m. and 2 ii p. in
Trains on Ive at bv.mntr'i at 1010 a. 111 and
0 10 p in. t.
'llli: MI.MbllHItl-: H1.CORH cw be liin
tu Seranton at tho fvvs stands ot Hiljmsn
Bios , 40.1 ispiucc and )j Linden; M Norton.
Hi laekavvamia avenue; I. S. Schutrer, 211
K. B. BRIfiCb ClUiN3 PHIVT VAULTS 1N1I
cess pools: no odor. Improved pump UM1.
A. II. UUltlCS. Proprietor,. Ltar order It 10
North Main svtnu. ociUcltV druf stora,, ear
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