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THE SCRANTON TMBUNti-MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1900.
i8e craMoi H8uhfc
1.1 VY S. 11ICIIA1II). IMllor.
O. I', HYMIHE, Business Manager.
Now Yoik Ofueoi 150 Nassau M. .
Pole Agent lor Foiclgn Adicrtlslng.
Enlcicd at ttir I'ostnfflcr- nl Scrahlon, l.i
Heiond-Class Mall Mailer.
When spire will permit. The Tribune IV1"".'
Bl.nl M print short Utters from IM friends hear-
M1K "" I II. It", U'N,-, - '" -..' I...
imi.l bo clgncd. tor iiuhHinlliin. by V'1'. V ...
rral name; and lit.' ontlltim prtocdent ti -
iiptaitri Is Hint nil ronlrlhnllotn shall be sulijiu
inn: ii iitrreni wpii, '"" 'v ' . .1 . .ii.r1
i editorial levWoii
SCHANTON. nKOKAtURP. 10. 1''
The proposition I'liiunntps from Pltts
liltrrr to t'XlU'illli' till' rnlllltlllB of IV
tnrrm on election night by cliniiBltiK the
lnw so that election otllcers will not
linyo tmy Ineetltlvu for nutkhiK two
ilnys' work ottl of one In ouler to mul
tiply their fee.. The IMltnburR plan Is
to allow tlietn $.' apleee, whethur their
work uovui'H one day, two ilays or three
days. If tin; Intent Is In liasten the
I'ount, why not try voting machines?
This Is the era of liibor-smvliiK ilevlces
and tlie vo'tliiK machlno Is certainly en
titled to appear In Hit labor-saving
Centralized or Diffused?
1" -w- -y EltK Select Councilman
Itoche's conlldcnce in'
the ability of councils
to exeici.se wisely the
appointive powers now vested In the
mayor's ofllce general, the second
class city problem would cease to be
a problem and would become Instead
an Incident. Tnfortunntely, ft is not
common, nor have recent exposures
In councilnmnie circles tended to eli
minate tho placing of additional
lower in councils. That as a result
of those exposures a belter daps of
men may be brought Into councils Is
hoped and believed, yet not even a
1 10 Inl council would. In our opinion,
1 i. so well fitted to supervise tho ex
ecutive functions and processes of tha
illy Kovernmont as would nil execu
tive conimandor-in-chlef directly
eii'iloil by and directly rasp&nslblc to
Mr. Itoche's expedience as a business
nnn will doubtless bear out the
.'latcment that n Itii'KC majority of the
Micie.sful private enteipibes of the
.'ountry are one-man affairs, if cor-
l oration-, they may have boards of
I -i tins, executive committees and
.. i'ii-. boards tor purposes of con-
s i rio'; In nail quest ions of policy
.nl fur purposes of ornamentation:
it tin' icsposlliility fur the execution
f i '.'Ps is nei"'s'aill.v centered in
' I" naer. and tb" lvtter the maiia-
n tin' mure eompleti ly lie constit-
' 1 -!, fur all piaclieal purposes, the
iM'iip.iuv. city crovernmipiit piesents
a j.iiiillel. At its Iiciul Is the mayor.
vim Mioiild be and In the best rov-
11 11 'I litlcs is In pr.ictical effect the
prreral manager. The peoiin know
him and can Ret at him. lie should
p.. "llRiblo to re-election as a reward
for Rood service, just as he is now
iliRihle for Rcncr.il condemnation as
a penalty for bad service.
To put executive power in councils
U In hide it. People not qualified to
1 let Rood mayors, knowing how
nun h depends on havinR a Rood one,
would certainly bo disqualified from
s"ciuiiiR a butter average grade of
executive genius in councils.
Pranklln county, Penn., with a popu
lation one-third as large as Lacka
wanna, had but thirty bills of indict
ment before Its last grand jury and has
only thirty-five convicts in its jail.
The Postal Service.
FItOM THR PACT that it Is tho
one department of the na
tional government with which
each citizen Is brought Into
frequent, if not dally, contact, a large
degree of interest attaches to cveiv
feature of the postal service. This will
explain and Justify the generous space
nlloted elsewhere to the summary of
Postmaster General Charles Kmory
Smith's instructive and admirably prc
imred annual report.
Its distinctive feature is the argu
ment made for tho extension of rural
free delivery, a proposition having the
administration's fullest indorsement
and support. Under arrangements
either completed or pending, about 3,
000,000 Americans resident on farms nt
some distance from postal centers aro
served with periodical delivery of their
malls, and tho result has been 11 very
noticeable increase in tho volume of
rural correspondence. What the post
master general now urges is that con
gress shall provide tho means, estl
mated nt not more than $14,000,000 a
year, whereby this partial rural fice
delivery may bo extended rogulaily
ovor. tho l.OOQ.OOO square miles and
unions the 21,000,000 people within the
practicable limits of such a service. Ho
points out that it congress would
simply undo tho gross abuses now ex
isting In the eocond-clnss mall classl
llcatlon, whereby fake periodicals and
trashy advertising shoots get cheap
postal rates Intended for genulnu nows
and literary publications, a saving .of
112,000,000 would ba effected, or almost
enough to pay the entlro net cost of
making rural Uea delivery permanent
Aa to tho economto end social signifi
cance of bringing tho farms into regu-
larmnd frequent communication vvjtn
tho cities and towus, Mr. .Smith truly
n'uraV free flelWery 8ttmulate social ami busl
veii correiponJence anil to awells the poital re
reints. Ita introduction It invariably followed
by a large hurcHo in the circulation of the
prt'M ami periodical literature. The fann ia thua
la-ought into diiett 11111 contact wllii the cup
rcnU M" nioyeimuta of tho business world. A
itjore accurate knowledco of ruling markets and
an Iiib prices la litHuwil, and the producer, with
Ms quicker rommuiut'atlon and larger Informa
tion, is placed on a tunr footing. The value of
farm land is uihanced. Good roads become InJU
pensable, and their impruicincnt., (j the essential
condition ot Ihe serhe. The material and meas
uratyc bcuilHs aic signal and unmistakable. Hut
the moirnnnt cteulscs a wider and deeper inllie
'ince. Ilic deposition, tq )rae Ihu faun for the
town Is ihickrd, and may be materially changed,
by an alliance which conicjn many of the ad
Vintages e( the lvu W the farm, llural fun
delivery brings Hie form wllliln the dally range
of Ilic Intellectual nd commercial activities of
the world, unit tlic lotntloti and monotony which
hue turn the bine of agricultural life are son
nihil' mitigated. It prole to be one of the most
eftri (Hi1 ami powerful ol educational agendes,
Miicit It Is extended the schools "Improve, ntnl
tin- 1 lih' spirit of the (omnninlty feel a Mew
piikitlon. The Maiiilanl nf liitcllliccnie s raised,
inlliihliiiiil IiiIuckI In puli'lc' nlfiilm Is quick'
iiuil ntnl lielter cltDutshlii follows.
Willi the mentis or effecting this ureal
remtlt so easily nl hand, ciinttrcss will
not bu oxoiiHoJ for failure to act upon
tin1 iKiitniaatoi' Rcncrnl'd reasonable
mill timely siiKKOHllon.
Including tho cost of deepening the
haibors at Chicago nntl Dultith bo as
to admit ocean steamships, the esti
mated cost of a 30-foot ship canal from
Hit gieat lakes to tidewater, nil on
American soil, connecting l.uke Krle
with t.nko Ontario and tho latter with
the Hudson river via Oswego and the
Mohawk vnlley. Is given by nn expert
commission as $:i20.st2,000 with a yeaity
maintenance cost of about $3,000,000,
This suggests the next question, Is it
worth It V
Reducing the Revenues.
OMR OP the criticisms nind'j
upon the bill of the ways and
means committee to 1 educe
tho war-revenue taxes are
fair and rami' ate unfair. Secretary
(Jage makes a fair criticism when ho
says that to j educe the govinment's
Income $10,000,000 at one clip, when
the most cnieful flguilng could not
discover a safe way to get nlong with
inoi'i than a $30,000,000 reduction, sa
vors of Imprudence, especially In
view of the possibilities of unfore
seen tiouble nnd consequent expense
In our new possessions. There Is also
fairness In the criticism that the ways
and means committee has displayed
unnecessary eagerness to lift $10,000,
000 or taxation off the brewing inter
ests of the country, a burden not felt
by the community nt large and be
lieved to bo not disproportionate to
the profits in the brewing business.
But it Is unfair to criticise the com
mittee, as some persons arc doing, for
proposing the removal of the stamp
tax on bank checks, drafts, certificates
of deposit, foreign bills of exchange,
conveyances, insurance policies, ex
press receipts, leases, conveyance.-,
contracts, warehouse receipts and
similar papers indicative of wealth.
If bonds, mortgages and promissory
notes aic to be relieved of stamp tax
ation, as everybody agrees that they
should be and as the ways and means
committee proposes, on the ground of
giving lellef to the debtor class, then
it follows logically that the emergen
cy extra tax on thrift, being no lon-P'M-
needed to support the government,
should likewise bo removed.
ISut In any scheme of tax reduction
It Is wis. to remember Pied (Grant's
remark that "a surplus is easier to
handle than .1 deficit.'
The Amoilcin output of tin plates
1ms ini'i eased from 1R.R03 tons in JMJ
to :;ri7.7ii7 tons in ISO!), while within the
same pel Ind the imports of British tin
plates have fallen from 26S.472 tons to
fiSUir. tons. It will be recalled that the
same political intluences now opposing
the ship subsidy bill which has for its
pin pose the stimulation of an Ameri
can merchant -marine ten years a-jo
were cocksure that an American t n
plate industry could not be develoued
under similar protection.
OR THE purpose of muk'ng
clear the fact that rioss de
ception was pt noticed by
William Drury in seeming
his election ns state senator in the
Twenty-first senatorial district we In
vite attention to the subjoined corre
spondence, reproduced from Saturday's
issue of the Plttston Gazette:
Lr.TCT.lt TO DlllJHV.
l'lcelanil. Pa., June IS, I'M.
Mr, Willliin llriny.
llcur Senitnr: Since jour cmii.ii tlirongli tliN
town .mil vicinity we.haie been iloint: comlilcr
.ihto in mii intcict anions the Quay Kcpubli
lain, wlio by far aio In the majoiity, but Hem
tor Siott lias plnce been throiiKli here and by the
stitement that you were alwais an untl-Qua.iite
li.n coii'lilrruhly undermined our work, he hai
inr 111 my peional friends in this town who
will vote nnd work iiKain-t him only through
his stand in oppoMiiK the re-election of Senator
(Juiy for United States senator, und to nsaln
Bet Senator Scott's yuay friends h.uk into line
and many others who we are yet to see it will
be impossible to Ret tlinn out upon my state
mint alone that jou had a-i-uicil me jou would
if noniiniti'd and ojcitul vole for and oupport
lion. M. S. Quay for re-elntion to the United
States suntc Unless I cm sliow them oier
,our own i-liaiatiuc tint jmi hair ulien me those
nsiiiraiii'i'S iiboic nuiilloiinl it will be Impossible
to Ret many of tlie regular Hepublicans to sup
port jou. Awaiting an immediate reply, I inn
.Most respectfully jouis,
Sim J, IteiiliuiKcr.
1'ittston, Pa., June ;:o, W.
.Mr, i iitnirgcr. riceland, l'a,
Deal Sir; Your communication to hand ,ies
leidiy, In answer will say I am Kl.nl to haie
tho sympathy of your people, also your's. As you
Know my political feelliiRR in the matter Is just
as I told ,mii wben 1 was down there, it lias
not varied unj thine whatcier, 1 was miuh Hat
tiled at the uieptlon I ncelied whiln in jour
little town, and the kind support I think jou
will Klie me 1111 next Saturday.
Of course, "Mr. Siott is uslnir ever tiling in Ids
power to draw sjmpalhy towards him. 1 liau
not i-ald nnjtliliiK in all my eanuiss in regards
1o ability nr character of Mr, biott and do not
intend to do so, 1 1 1 1 ink that his past history
us n senitnr speaks for itself, also Ids open letter
is iiiniigh to defeat him should lie get tlie nom
ination, in my opinion and also the opinion of
some of our best men, that If he should get tlie
nomination for slate senator he would be de
feated at Iho polls In November by a large ma
jority, to we cannot alToul to lose tlie s.atc sen
atorship under any consideration, I thank jou
very much for the interest ou have taken in me,
and hope to be able to return it In Hie future.
Kind regards to all from,
Tho letter of Mr. Keunurger is an
exact copy of the original, taken from
hie Jotter book; tho letter of Mr, Pru
ry Is nn exact .copy of U10 original,
now In Mr, Neuburgor's possession, a
lithographic reproduction of which ap
pears in the Gazette. Mr. Neuburger
Is a well-known merchant of Free
land, son of tho lota Joseph Neuburger,
and his reputation for truthfulness
stands unchallenged. Tho corres
pondence occurred a few days prior
to the Luzerne primaries.
Criticism of prury resta upon tho
well-established' fact that he deliber
ately deceived nnd misrepresented to
those fayorlng party regularity, When
the Philadelphia Press brands as "ri
diculously fnlse" the statement that
Druiy agreed to support Quay, it
shows that It is Ignorant of the facts.
ffha facts Ju Ilia case pt Pscar U
llooz, the former cadet nt West Point
now dead from the alleged effects of
hazing, so Mr as the published testi
mony goes, nre Hint on lop of mnnv
small Indignities he wns forced to fight
a. fellow-cadet of Inrger strength and
size, nnd, Upon trying to run nwny, vvus
seized and forced to swallow a mixture
of hot Ingredients which caused ulcer
ation of tils throat, some of It being
thrown Into bin eyes, Injuring his sight.
Ill addition, hot grenso was applied to
li'ls Tcet nnd a tooth was knocked out.
An Investigation Is certainly In order,
Growing Trade u)ith
Special Correspondent e.
Vahliiffton, Deo. S.
SPOUTS from the United States to Cuba,
H I'orto ltiui and Ihu Philippine, Hawaii in
mill S1111101111 Wands wilt atrgresilr- ",
UKI.ooo In the e.u 1UUH, against ifll.OUil.Oiid
In IHim, tlli.WXi.iHKl In isms, and $I7,UOO.OOH In
1"')7. 'this mormons filuwlh Is chared by eaih
nf Hie Inlands 11.11111 d dlit Is iici l.ill.i appaicnt in
Hie i.ic of Poito lllin, lu wlih h tin' eTporti
In the year ttaw under the tu'iv I'orto mean act
villi '.how nn Inri'Miso of about fid per cent, ns
rnmpired Willi last year, nnd 100 per cent, ns
loiupiicd with pu'i'i'dltn; veils. The above tig
iiics uie neies.iilly cthuattM -o far as they re
late tn Nuviinber and Di'ii'iulni of tlie prient
e.ir, but a utility nf tin- initial lUures of the
pin tiling months of I'mii und the corresponding
months of 1 S'JU and Mis justlHes an etlmite
which hilngs the expoits tn I'orto Itico in tlie
1 iti-iiilar ear IHiX) up to Vi.400,000; to Culu,
sill,nil(MKKI: to the Philippines, $.1,r,()0,000, to
the Ilaivnllaii Islands, H..000,OIIO, and to the
S'nmoan lnhinds and t.'uani, f'JOO.OOO, making tlie
gianil total nf f'ift,IUU,(mil of exports to these
islands in 1IO0, rotupared with ftl.-Vl.udl In
1S9I, l'Mi1,42 111 1S', nnd $lll,M.,:iOi 111 1B')7.
In eierj' rasi- our epoil9 to llies" Islands in
tin- jpir llioo will evieed those In piccedlng
jears. To Cuba the exports of the year will lie
double the 111 ei age annual evpoils to that Island,
eviept during tlie fi'.il years ISM, IStW and
li'Jt, when the leclprocity treaty with Spain
largely Increased our silos to that Island. To
I'orto lllco the exports of the ear wiil be
double those of any piccedlng ear exrept 18'n)
and will exceed that year by 50 per cent. To
Hie Hawaiian islands, estimating ligurrs of the
doling months of the jenr upon thee of the
earlier months and other obtainable data, the
exports of tlie jenr are more than double those
of any preceding car except 1B10. To the
Philippines tlie figures for 1IKM will be double
those of 18'n nnd mole than 10 times the high
est figure In any earlier car. To the Sainoan
Islands the total will be double that of any
piccedlng year. Comparing our exports to the
islands above mentioned with those in the great
rerlpioilty car, 1811, when our exports to Cuba
were double those of jeara Immediately 'preced
ing the rri'ipioilty act, it will be seen that our
total in WOO greatly exceeds that of the great
est of the reeiprocilj ears, 'the total expoits
to Cuhi, Poito llko, and the Hawaiian and
Philippine islands in 1803 were i,OOI,OI7, and
ns above indicated, will in 1000 amount to 30,
000,000 in round terms.
The following table shows the total expoits
from the United Slates to Cuba, I'oilo lliio,
and the Hawaiian, Philippine and Almoin Islands
in i-.ic.lt icar sitKp H-07, the tlgures for Novem
ber and December, 1D0O, being estimated:
l'SKf (estim.itrd) fiO,IIKI,0.
Voiimber and lleenilier.
'Hie following table shows the imports I10111,
and exports to Porto Kho in cull je.u, begin
ning wilb 1WII. It will be seen tint the ex
polls to the island line euoinimisli- Inuoaicd in
IISXI as loinpared with iniy pieinling ear and
cspeiially with the jears piereding IbOU, the in
(iea.se being Ml pel cent, as epiupiied with 1S'i',
und moie than 100 pie lent, as compared with
the aieiage jear piior to that time:
Imports fiom Kxpoits In
i'orto lllin Poito Ituo.
1MH f.'.10S,7i-i J,210,.'iiH
IsiiV t l.iC'I.OtO 2,001,0111
ism a.ill.Twi l.tl'il.hlt
1MI" 1,'ll.'l,2'l 2,0ii,7."1
isiis J,:is2,t7ii i.ini.iKii
is- :;,tu;,nii .i.ii7,',.'ul
1IHI0- S,M)0,(I0'I 5,400,000
Noviiubei and Deiember e.stlmaud.
The following tabl
slums the impoiti fiom,
and ixpoils to Porto liu o in eai h month of
the- jear WOO foi which the lUurrs line been
ni.'ivi'd lij" Hie llnreau pf Slutistli-s. Thi-. pres
intiilion of tlie Imtmit and expoit tlgurei by
iiKtiths enilile-. a lompirion nf the (nninieiio
sinie the eniiitnicnt of the I'orto lluan law
with that of the pii'icding months of the cal
Impoits fiom Exports in
l'nitu Hiio. Poito llko.
? t.'l.-i'lS M27,liat
Domestic exports only.
FIHST CLASS ADVICE.
l'roin the Philadelphia Times.
Ten of Scranton'a boodle lounellmen have con
cluded to go and not stand upon tlie order of
their going to saie themselves from n worse fate.
It is expected that others will follow the ex
ample of the ten and that the iltbens of Seian-
ton will be given a rnaniu 10 mi iwcniy vacan
cies Instead of ten with nun who woii't-ucccpt
bribes, If they can find them.
The real test of the reform movement in Scran
ton wliiih has driven a lot of coirupt louncll
nun into pilvale life will be shown in Ihe char
inter nt the men ihosen In till Ino pl.ucs of
tliiiso witli 1 no itching palms. Snantoii has plen
tj of honest men to sine as cmmcilmeu eveiy
(Ity lias but this class are not seeking public'
positions of no piotlt and little honor, The utllce
must seek them if they aecipt it, and the
Ski anion votei.s nre In great danger of tilling
the. places of those who have been driven from
olllio with those who will seek election to get u
chance to bo corrupted.
If the Scranton people want to leform their
councils to some purpose (hey must turn a deaf
ear to nil self-seekers and ilinose some council
men who will require persuasion to accept elec
tion. The man who Is willing (o give time and
spend money to get elected to an office without
salary or fees is tho man above all otheia who
should not be elected either In Scranton or else
where, OUR COUNTRY.
"Our Countryl In her Intcrcour.so ,vUi for
elgn nations may site always bo right; but, Our
Country light or vvronRl" Stephen Decatur nt
Norfolk, Va., April, I8I01
Up ro.se, tiliimpliant, fiom his scat
Tlie llajaril of the tea
Ihe Hon of our laureled flet,
The kcouruo of llarbary.
Ills Blass u.brlin with bubbllrg Hsht,
He pluUed that brilliant throng;
"Our Countryl H fclie ever right;
Our C'ountiyl right or vvronul"
Tlien round about the sounding board
The Kobli-t.s leaped and rang,
And fervid llii(?rr. piessed the sword
As up tho gallants spung;
No mawkish qualms or doubts had they,
Hut rihoed deep and stiong;
"Our Countiyl Ever rlglit, we pray;
Our Countryl light or wiongl"
Too well the stifling inlsU they Lueiv
Tlat dimmed our lining star
Ihe plots of banded traitors, who,
Amid the stress of war,
Made weightier their nation's woes,
Till lose tho patriot uong:
"When face to face with foreign foes,
Our Country! right or wrongl"
Standi lovers of our free domain,
We ttiivo for truth and right
Willi honest force of heait and bialn.
As Hod may give iw light;
Hut paity bonds aic chaff to break
When darkening perils throng;
And when tho sullen guns swale:
"Our Countryl right or wrongl"
New York IlracJ.
A I'OPtlfiAU Cf.F.AHINO 1IOUSI. for tho
"V iinrlf nt Alt llm Hive Houses to
, Kent, Ileal Kstatc or Other Property to Sell
or Kxehange, or Who Want Situations or
1 Help These Small Adiertlfctncnts Cost
One Cent a Word, Slv Insertions for I'lie
Cents n Word-I'.xrcpt Situations Wanted,
nnicn Are inserted Tree.
Help Wanted Male.
MVN'Annit-nKMMtt.r. rum wants cu'Uii.i.
nun fo in mage hrandi ofllce, taking dliei
llon nf business. Salaiy l,200 und llbeial 10111
llllsslon. Hood u feu 111 is ntnl V'l) iali leqllltld.
AiMieM, llox JIM, I'hlladdphla, Pa.
MARINR COItl'S, U. S. NAVY, HIX'RUIT-t
wanted Able-bodied men, service on our
war ships In all pnrla of tho world and on Irnil
In (he Philippines when required. Itecrulting of
ficer, 101 Wyoming avenue, Scranton.
PCITION WANTIID-HY A VOl Ml MAN, TO
learn tlie rlectilrnl business! at piesent
stuiljing ch'ctiliMl cnglneuliig. W., 700 snaii
tou strict, ill.
1IONKST .MAN, 0001) HAIIli, VNT.S ANY
position of tiusl. Ml He Trust, Tribune of
fice. SITUATION WANTI'.l)-(iOOI) (Hill, WANTP.D
(or general hciiMjwoik, at 0111 e, O'-O 'et
WASIHNd AND IIIONINU NHATI.Y l)ONP.;
Call at 4U4 New stieet, Pine lliook.
snuvrio.v w.sri:n - iiy i:.Pi:un:xt;i:D
lidy stinogriiphir, woik by the hour ur piece.
Address Stiuograjiher, Tiibune o'liee.
WANTED WUIIK IIY Till'. HAY Klllt MONDAY
and Tuesday as launihess on eveiy kind of
vvoikj 1:111 gliu best lily nfeiences. Address
M. 31., 702 i:im stieet.
MAiiniF.n man, conni:r iiaiiits, compi:-
tcnt, bonest, Iriislnoithy, no ililldicn, deslies
situation ns bam man In private family or fire
man or any position of tiust; good lefuencis..
Kellahle, 'i illume of Hi e.
SITUATION WANTP.II-P.Y A YOCNC! WOMAN
as took in pili ate family or hotel. Can
give best of refeienecs. Addicss Tliouns Mc
Kenna, Old Forge, Pa.
A YOUNC1 -MAN WANT- A PO-il I'lOX OF ANY
kind; lias bad -ix .vrais' experienie In gm
cery store and can speak lauilish and Clirmau;
city lcfercnces. Address A. !., nil l.ec court,
SITUATION WANT!:!) Ah IIOfsl'.KIIKPP.K FOU
widower, witli snnll chllihen only, by widow
28 j'oars old: thoioughly lompetenli best icf
cienccs. 1208 rear Illamond avenue.
IjADIHS AND fJllNTI.KMIA- SIOPPINf! VT Ho
tels can have their liuiidiv dune nt a ii'.ioi,
able piire at 520 Pliasant strut. Iltst of rif
AN KXPI'.HT I.AUDHi:Ss WOULD IIKP. 'IO
go out by the iliv washing and Inuiiug; bist
of city refeienecs. ,12il Pleasant stieet, Wet Side.
WltlTINd Ol? COl'YIMi 10 I!l AT IIDMI!
evenings, by a joiing l.uh i good pciimin
and thoroughly reli iblc; best lefi'iencis. Ad
dress "Writing." Tiibune.
"THE WORLD jjtjjj
ONE HUNDRED YEARS
Copv light, 1100, by k. 10. Hughes, Louis
HE ( IHVI if In Dhiolo, Hie popular
name ulviit b.i his tnunlijiuen In the mo-t
notniious and ilitidnl of modem It, ill in
hiltf.tuils (and for whom a Flint li opera
wliiih has riniiiieil a worldwide celebrity was
named) hr-inme Invested now with a more gen
iral and politlial inteust. His reli nunc was
VlitheU- Pizza. At this time, from the ftc
ipii'iiey anil amhiity of his mbbeiles and niur
dtrs nlong the fnmtiir of the Teira ill l.noioe,
he bet anie known as Era Diaiolo, tlie popular
Mipcistitloii aciiedltlnit him witli Hie attributes
of 'a monk nntl 11 ilemon. i'C7ii w isteu a neice
ami untiring war ncilnst the l'lenih soldiers.
Mis -ic'.i.ilt.x was tailing upon the Fienih govcrn
mi'iit's coiiiicrs anil at one moment lie stitteetled
in inmpleti'ly iiileriuptliiK all eeiiiiniiniialion lie
tuten Naples uml Home. At last .lost pit Unii.i
parte iut .1 piite on Piv.i' hcail, anil he was
caught and killed,
Saviutjs lunks flrt tlotirl-heil n peiind nnrked
by 11 great advame in tlie niganiatioii of piovt
dent habit in giniial. Daniel Defoe Ind Mig
gestcil theiu a liiiuiheil .lens before, but the
time was not thin lipe. llrunswlt.k had one in
ITCTi, nnd Hamburg llfteen jears lain-, llnwevei,
they began to spread throughout Euiote in lsou.
Not Hie price nf powder for use in (oal mines,
but the price of powder for tho hull mm led the
people of this pirlotl. In England n tax of one
guinea for each person was in elicit and gieitly
tinnojlng the wig nobility, gentry and .unman-
M. Millie, inventor of Hie famous ritle whlih
beau ids name, was bom at Vlncennes, Franc?.
The firFt United btalcs bankiupt law w.n passed
during the jear.
Among the births of the jeir of persons, who
won fame in life were tlie following:
Until Nanr, West Indian jouunllst.
Unbelt Dale Owen, Amiliiun uiithor,
Justus OUhiiusen, fieimin orlenlullst.
Julius Von Mold, (irennn orientalist.
Divid Meriwether, American stntcMiian.
Ilemy Milke Edwanls, French naturalist,
Adolphu Munod, Trench Piotestant tlivlne.
John Isartl Middleton, Aiucrltan rtateMtian.
Abbo Jacques Paul Jligne, Frinili editor.
Hainan Maria, tie Naivac,!, Spanlsli stntcsiuan,
Helmuth Von Moltke, Prussian Held marshal,
Henry Miller, Amcriian physician und writer,
Abraham Messier, Amciican clcrgimau and au
thor. William Carmlihacl Nicholson, American naval
Ia.ic Newton, American commissioner of agri
culture. harah Ann Myers, Amcrlean educator anil au
thoress. Johann Gerhard Orcken, Herman HaptUl
Jacob Wilsh Miller, American law,er and
James Harvey Atey, American Protestant Epis
copal bishop and educator.
I.eo It. tie Neckere, Helgian Roman Catholic
bishop and educator in America.
NUBS OF KNOWLEDGE.
Philadelphia has two doctors, a dentist and two
druggists all named Slaughter.
More deaths are utte to England to alcoholism
than to diphtheria or typhoid fever,
There is an asparagus farm of 200 acies near
Charleston. It Is u big moneymaker.
Immigrant, are arriving In Canada In large
numbers from Britain ami elsewhere,
Homicide lu South Caiollna have averaged
over 200 a jear for tho last filu jears.
The little town ol Scnola, Ha., has subscribed
over $10,000 toward a $100,000 cuttou mill.
The Dominion government railways coined
$00,000 more last jear than tho jear before,
, It is said that 400 acres of timber are de
stroyed In tli United States every day In Ihe
In London walking is now looked upon as a
health giving exercise, and is gi rally indulged in
by all degrees.
Tho Americans in the Klondlko havo exactly
the sams rights and privileges and pay the samt
taxes u Canadians.
The report ol tho Ontario department of iinmi
gratton for 1899 shows that 4,015 itctrage pas
sengers settled In Ontario. '
The number ot persons in Berlin whoso in-
FOIl SM.II CtlKAP-SOMI) OAK, COMINIAti
book rase, I ft. A In.xl ft, 111 In. adjustable
oak shelves) will hold ISO hooks. A recent edi
tion "Century lllctlonarj," I) ml., red morocco
binding, Address, 1). P. M,, Tribune.
t'UHNmiitn And itouskiioi.D titions mu
pate at iiO,-, Adams atenile. Call utter 1 p. in.
roii sai.k-a nixivMtv covrntr.n wahov,
has been In Use about two months. Suitable
for n grocerj' store, dry goods store or other
tneicantlle purposrs. Apply to William Craig.
rou sAMi-nmcK iiiJit.niNii, no. m i.ack-
avv Hum avenue, comer Washington nienitf,
being the properly lerently occupied and now
being vacate! by the Hunt k Council Company.
A. P.. HUNT.
1'Olt Bf.i:-CONTIiNTS OF IIOUSK I'tlttNI.
ture, carpets, bedding, etc. 0J2 Washington
Wnntod To Buy.
WANriin-sr.coND-tiANii slot MAcinxr.s;
imt be In aood older, state lurticuhri n
In make ind prlte. Address I,. M,, gnieial lie
ill cry, Siranlon, Pa.
IIOAIID WANTIID-FOU Tllltlli: ADULTS AND
one small child, In respectable .lewMi fam
ily, living Ir. first-class neighborhood. Ht lie
prlie. W, A., Tribune office.
Money to Loan,
MH.N'P.Y TO LOAN ON IIOSD VNIi Mtllt KIAHK,
any amount. M. II, lloljiite, Commomvcallh
ANY AMOUNT OP MONP.Y TO I.OAN-(,UICK,
stralglit loans 01 llulldlng nnd 1.01,1. At
from 4 to 0 per cent. Call on N. V. Walker,
;IH-:I13 Council building.
Business Opportunity. .
wLsrIrr''rum to maki;
money In the piesent n.iikets, wilte as.
Sloiks, lionds. Provisions, eairieil oil . per ici,t.
maiglii. P. .1. Piteis .t Co., S3 llroadway, .Now
" Scranton, Pa., Dee.
i:i.i: TION PltOCLAMATIOV.
M)TICK-IN Pl'HSl'A.NCK OF IH'.SOLfllONS
adoptul In Ihe Soled and Common Councils,
tl,cit will lie" special elections held In the fol
lowing wards on Tuesdai, Dec IS, lfHK).
First ward-One person to serve us Common
Councilman to till the unexulied term ol David
11. Iteise, lesigned.
Second wani One prison to serve as Common
Coiincllu.an to till the unevpiicd term of M. .
'third waul On.' petsnn to seive as Common
Count llmiin to till tlie unexniied term ol James
J. drier, lesigned,
Fouttli waul One ptrson to serve as SeKot
Councilman to till the unexpiied lei 111 of Slnn'ii
'Minimis, resigned, and one 1111 son to seive as
Conn 1 Councilman to fill the unexpiied term
of W. . drlflllhs, lesisned.
Fill It waul One pel son tn seive as Cotunion
(1 urn iltu.in to till the unexpiiid teim of C L.
I'oiiiUeiilh waul lint' piitn to seive is Com
mon Councilman In till the unexpiied teim of
C. II. Wi-nrel, 11 signed,
Filtccnth ward-il)ne pit-on to serve as Com
mon Councilman to till the unexpiied teim of
T. VI. Witiklus, 11 signed.
Eighteenth wild-One poison to stive as Cotii
nimi Court 1 1 in 111 to till the uiicxplicd Iciiii of
'thonias 1". Vli,rti, itsimittl.
'Iweutltlli waul One person to sene as Selei t
Ctiiiticilmaii to III! the unexpired turn ol T. J.
Coj re, lesigned.
JA.MLS MOIH. Maim.
Certified Public Accountnnt.
nnW'AHD O SPAULDINO, O.
era' Dank building.
P. A., 23 Tr.AD-
LDWAHD II. DAVIS,
building, St ranton.
KHEDEHICK L IttlOWN. ARCIIITIXX PRICE
builuim;, J26 Washington nicntie, Scianton.
Cabs nnd Carriages.
RUBBER TIRED CABS AND CARRIAOE3; BEST
of servile Prompt attention given orders, by
'Dhone. 'Phones 2G72 and 5332. Joseph Kclley.
DnTC.E. eTiEVUERGEW. PAULI ItUILDLNO.
Spruce street. Scranton.
DR. I. O. LYMAN. SCRANTON PRIVATE HOS
pltal. cornir Wjoming and Mulberrj'.
DR. C. C. LAUBAC'II. 115 WYOMING AVENUE.
DR. II. P. REYNOLDS, Ol'P. P. O.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 125 AND 187 FRANKLIN AVT-
nue. Rates reasonable.
P. ZE1GLER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D., L. & W. PAi
sengei depot. Contlut'tid on the European plan.
VICTOR ICOCH. Proprietor.
Physicians and Surgeons.
JAMES P. PURSKLL, M. II. , SPECIALIST.
Mtnttil and Ninons Diseases. Linibii stieet
(opp. P. O.)
DR. W. E. ALLEN, 513 NORTH WASHINGTON
DR. S. W. I.'AMOREAUX, OFFICE R30 WASH
Ington avenue. Rciitlencc, 1313 Mulbcriy.
Chronic diseases, lun'js, heart, kltlnejs and
genito-urlnaiy crgaus a specialty. Hours, 1 to
i p. HI.
J, W. BROWNING, AHORNEY AND COUNSEL,
lor-at-law. Rooms 312-31.1 Hears building.
D B. RKPLOOI.E. ATTORNEY LOANS NEGO
tlat'cil on leal estate security, Mcars building,
corner Washington avenue and Spruco street.
WILLARD. WAItRCN k KNAPP. ATTORNEYS
and tounsellois-at-law. Republican building,
JESSUP & JESSUP, ATTORNEYS AND COUN-sellors-ut-law.
Commonweal ill building, Rooms
IP, 20 and 2L
JAMKS W. OAKFOHD, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Rooms 514, 515 and 610 Board of Tiads build
ing. EDWARD W. THAYER, ATTORNEY.
D03-U01, 0th floor, Mcars building.
h A WATRES. ATTORNEV-AT-LAW, BOARD
'of Trade building, Scranton, Pa.
O. R. PITCHER. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, BOARD
of Trade building, Scranton, Pa.
PATTERSON k WILCOX, TRADERS' NATIONAL
O. COMEQYS, 013 REPUBLICAN BUILDING.
A. W. BEUTIIOLP, ATTORNEY, MEARS I1LDG.
G. It. CLARK k CO.. SEEDSMEN AND NUR3
erymen, Btore 201 Washington avenue; gicen
houses, 1050 North Main avenuo; ttoro tele
come exceeds H1 a jear, and who must tlieic
(ore pay an iniome tav, is 8 $0,00i).
About 350 women seivantsuie engaged by Em
peror William to look alter ihe twenty-two royal
palaies und rallies that belong tn the crown.
Many tlh lan produce musical soumls. The
trlgia can pioduce long-diann notes lanijlng over
nearly an octave. Olhus, notably twu upecles
of ophidum, have sound-producing appuatus, con
sisting of small movable hones, nhlili ran be
nude Id produce a slioip rattle. The unions
"diummlng" made by Hie spevles called umbrl
v.i.s can be heard fiom a dipth of thirty fathoms.
An AmeileanUed (Tilnamaiijivlng near Bristol,
Conn., Is making an evullent living by ials
lug vegetables for tle use of his rouutrjmeii in
tho nearby cities. His name is Willi T.lng, ami
his faun consists of one und one-half acres. Let
tuio of a piiullsr bland, beans, squashes, ritroiw
and ginger loot are some 01 1110 prooucis, an us
ing of distinctive Chinese tjpes.
In Ihu Island of Mluoia, 01 is ot tin Philippines,
tho humming blids ure pugnacious little ma
tures. A hunting party had a novel experience
wllii thtm. Oro of the huntsmen wandered oil
from his comrades, but soon his scieams were
heard. Thousands of tlm humming u.rds had at
tacked him and wounded him in hundreds of
spots on hU face aud ncik, When ictcucd he
was streaming with blood.
J Orsi. 6J lTJ
Tlie voiuur man his no use for "Itubber Necks. '
hut he toiilil Inidly Hie through die winter
without Itubber Hoots, We hive nil Ihe kll'ds
lie nieds. Our Slnrni King he likes hot.
STOKES OPEN P.VENIM!" I NTIL AITI.lt Till:
114-UC WYOMING AVKNTIR.
'Phone 2 IM. Free delivery.
les, Prayer Books,
Lcatler Go Ms,
Faicy Ml Stamals
aii Novelties Galore
Will be ready on Saturday
next for your inspection.
Stntioners ;ind Engravers,
Hotel Jermyn Building.
SCHOOL OF niE I.V.CKAWANNA, fcCRANTON,
l'a. Course piepii.uoiy to college, law, medi
cine or business. Opens Sept. lith. Send for
catalogue. Rev. Thomas M I'ann, LL. D, prin
cipal mid piopiklor; W. E. Plumlcy, A. M.,
J0SEPiriiUr.TTi:L, REAR Ml LACKAWANNA
cvenue, Scranton, Pa., manufacturer of Wiro
DRESSMAKING FOR CHILDREN '10 ORDER;
also ladies' wnlsts. Louis shouuaker, 21:!
Adams an nue.
Tn. BRKiGS CLEANS PlilVY VAULTS AND
' ccsi pools; nn odor. Improved pumps uset).
A B Brigjrs, piopiielor. Lciie oidem 1IUU North
Main nieiiue, 01 Eickc's thug stole, corner
Adams antl Mulberry. Telephone 051.
MRS. L. T. KELl.r.R, hCALP TREATMENT, 60c;
shampooing, 50.'.; facial massage; manicur
ing, 25c; (hliopody. 71 tjulncy.
BAUEIPS ORCIIESTIIA MUSIC FOU BALLS,
pienhs, panic rceiptlons, weddings antl con
cert uork furnished. For terms address R. J.
Bmer, conductor, II" Wjoming avenue, over
llulbeit's music store.
MEOAHGEE BROS., 1'RINTEIIS' SUPPLIES, EN
velopcs, paper bags, twine. Warihouse, 130
Washington avenue, Scrinton, Pa.
TliT WILKES ii.vitni: RECORD CAN UP. HAD
In Serantm nt the news stands of Reisrmn
nros., Wi S-pince uml 50.J Linden; M. Norton,
822 L.ukie.anna aviuue; 1. b. bchubcr, "11
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Delaware and Hudson.
In ofTcet Nov. 2 irOO.
Trilns foi C.iiliondale have Si union nt 0.20,
7 M ' h 1. I" M " '" -O"' -' " 1""'-' fl''-''
0'")' 7.57, H-15, l''!'1-' !' In-I 'IU ' In-
'Vor lloiiestlale-ii.Mi, 10.13 a. 111.; J.ll and
For'wilkes-niiie-r..l5, 7,ll. S.11. 0St, 10.41,
11.5-, a. in.; 1.2s, -M. 8-;li. -' 0-I. "-'N W.4'.
11.30 11. III.
For L. V. R. B. points-0.-t5, 11, IS n. m.; 2.1S,
4.27 and 11. SO l. in.
For l'eniv-ilvauia R. It. points 0.15, 0.3S .1.
in.; 2.1S anil 4.27 p. 111.
.! . ...i .11 ,,nt..,.i ..Anil, n in . ...
I tu- Aininy unn an iuims ,iun4 .,-., .,. ,.
and 3.52 p. m.
Fnr Ciibcnd.ik 11.00, 11,3.; n. in.; 1. II. 8.12,
5 17, 10.52 p. 111.
For Hlll.1s-B.111e P.R8, 11.53 a, in.; Lad, 3.2s,
fl 27, S.27 p. m.
For Albany and points noilh ?.'! p. m.
For lpiiesihlr--t).00 11. 111. and :i hi p. in.
Lnwtst i.ites tn -ill points in United state) and
Canidj. . ' ... ....
.1. W. Hl'HDirii, G. P. A.. Alhiny. N. .
II, W. CHO5!, , I'. A., Snantoii, Pa.
Central Kailroad of New Jersey.
Stations in New York Foot of Liberty stieet,
N. ., nnd South 1'eiry,
Anlhruiile 10.1l 11-ed exiiiHlvely, insuring
(.leanllni'ss and romfnit.
TIME TAIII.r. IV EFl'ITT NOV. 21. 1000.
Tiiilm liave biiiintim for New Yoik, Ncvv.uk,
1'llrabitli, 1'hll.iilelplil.i, E.iflon, Iletlilihiiu, Al
lintown, Jlaut.li Chiinl. and WI1II11 Haven, at 8.M)
n, in.; express, 1.10; cvpris-s, 3.50 p. 111. miii
dav. 2.11 p. in.
For Plttston and Wllkch-llirre. S.30 a, in.; 1.10
and 3.50 p. m. Sumlajs, 2.15 p, in.
For Baltimore and Washington, and points
iintiih nnd We-t via Betltliliein, 8.30 a. m., 1.10
3,50 11. 111. Suudaj, 2.15 p. in.
For lalllg IllltllVII, 'MJI. ...-., ..,, U. u..,v
a. in. und 1,10 11. in. ..... ,.
For Riading, l.ibanim und Ilaiibburg, vn Al
lentown, S.30 a. in. and 1.10 p. in. Sundavs,
2.15 11 m
For Pottsvllle, S.) u. in., 1.10 p. 111.
Thiongh tliketH In all points iat, south aud
wctt at lowest rates at the station.
II, P. III.IWI Hi 11, Pass Agt.
J. II. OI.IIAl'.SEX, Oen. Supt.
Lehigh Valley Knllrond.
In I'.lTect Nov. 23, 1WJ0.
Tiains leave Mraulon
For Philadelphia, and New York via ). k II.
II II., at fl.4-1 and 11.5.1 n. m., and 2.18, 1.27
(lllk Diaiuuinl IMuess), nnd 1I.S0 p. m, Sun.
lav I), k H, H. It., l.M, S-27 p. in.
For Wltlto Haven, llarh on and prlncipil
points In the mil regions, vli I. k II. II. It.,
0.15, 2.1S and 4.27 lor Pottsvllle, 0.11,
2 IB and 4.27 p. m.
'For Betlileliini, lauton, Reading, HanWiiug
and mlnilliat inltiuiullati' stations via I). & II,
II II.. . IS. ll.M a. 111. 1 2 1S, 1.27 lllUk D.a.
ni'oiul Eipli's-), 11.30 p. 111. MuidJJs, II. f, II, It.
II.. 1.5H, B.27 P- ""
For Tiinkhannoik, Toviunda, l.lmlra, Itluci,
tleneva und piiucipjl Intiiinullale stations, vll
IK, i W. It. It, WKi a. in,; l.ni and 3.10
For Geneva, lloihc.ter, Buffalo, Niagara I'allj,
Chitugo, and all points west, via I). A II. It. II.,
11 5.1 a. 111., 3.3-1 (Black Diamond Epie-). 7.4?.
10 41, 11.30 p. in. Sinn! 1 j s, H. k II. It. It.,
Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehigh allej
parlor cam on all trains bctwreen Mllkts-llJiif
end New York, Plilladilphla, Butfalo and Sus
ROLI.1N II- WILBUR, Gen. Supt., 2tl Cortland
street. New York. ....,,.
CHARLES S. LEE, Gen Pass Agt., 2t) Cortland
stieet. New York.
A. V. NONNF.MACHER, Dlv. Pa.s. Ai.1., Soulh
Bethlehem, l'a. A, , ,
For tiikets and Pullman uwrvatlons apply to
09 LicklwiBua avsnue, Sttauton, l'a.
-11M iLtiLf Ji
perhaps, to mention
"Spring Goods" but
we just want to call
your attention to, our
new line of
That have been spe
cially gotten up and
finished for our
Needless to say they
are deserving of
more than a passing
notice. What more
appropriate gift for
Christmas than a
Dress JPaittern of one
of them ?
Every Design Exclusive
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
Schedule In Effect May 27, 1900.
Trains leave Scranton, D. &. H.
6.45 a. m.. week days, for Sunbury,
Hairisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and for Pitts
burg nnd the West.
9.38 a. m., week days, for Hazleton,
Pottsvllle, Reading Norristown,
nnd Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts
burg and the West.
2.18 p. m., week days, (Sundays
1.58 p. m.,) for Sunbury, Hasris
burg, Philadelphia, Baltimore.
Washington and Pittsburg and
the West. For Hazleton, Potts
vllle, Beading, &c. week days.
4.27 p. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Hazleton, Pottsvllle, Harrisburg,
Philadelphia and Pittsburg.
J. It. Vt OOP, lien. rass. rtgs.
J, B. HUTCHINSON. Gen.
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western.
In Elicit Dee. 2, 1000.
South Leave Si ranton lor New lork at 1.4i,
.1 (K). 5.50, S OJ nntl 10 M a. in., 12.55, 3 :U p. ni.
For Philadelphia 11 1 K00 and 10.05 a. 111.; 12.5
nun and 3.3.1 p. m. Per Stroudsburg at
tl 10 n. 111. Milk nicominodatlon at 3.40 p. m.
Aiiiv'o "nt llobok... at 0.30 7.18, 10 28.
I'.OS. 3.1.1, 4.1b, 7,1!) p. m. Arrive at Phll
udeliilii.i nt l.Od. .12), 0ll ami S.22 p. 111. Ar
llvt from Niw Ynil; at l.H). 4 ml and 10.2, a. m.;
1.C0. 1.52. .1.11. AH '"' l"i0 !' m- Ttom
Miii'uilsliiiig at -".0.1 1. in,
Jvmlh Leave Scranton for Buffalo and Intcr
mt.ll.le -lath-in at l.M, 4.10. and "";'';:
1.3.1, 6. IS and 1I..11 p. m. lor Oiwego and Sjia
(iiJ at 4.10 a. m. and 1.53 P- m. For Utleit
LIU ii. m. and LSI P- m. For Montiose at t'.Oil
a in ; I.01 iir.il 5. IS p. m. For Nicholson at I.OO
and il. Hi p. m. For lllngn union i".o a. in.
Fran Jloiitiusj ut 10.IX) 11. jn. ; 3.20 and S.M
'''llloomslung Divl.lnn-I.rave Scranton for
Noithumberlan.l at " 15. 10 U. .1. "' ! '' '"
.1 50 P. 111. I'm Pljliiimtli at l.tVi, .'.40, K50 p.
111. For KliiRfton ut l-.iu a, ni. Arriie tit Ntirtli
iberan, at : - m.; I.I". ""' "; P
A ill.' ul lilius-lon at .s.12 a. 111. Arrive at.
Plvinoilli at 2.00. 4.32. H.4.1 p. in. Airlie In
Hi. it 11 from Ntuthumheilai.tl at 0. 2 ... in.;
1:- 450 and S.H P. m. r'lr-in hingslon at
11 im a. 111. I'l.'in I'lj mouth at 7.3 a. in., 3.20,
5-:r' '' '" hlJN-DVV TRAINS.
South-Leave Hianlon 1,40, 3.t. 6IB, 10.01 a.
"i-lph-Vinlnn at 1.1.1, 4.10 n. in.; l.M,
a. 111. and 5.W p. m-
New York, Ontario and Western B.R.
TIME TABLE IN I'.PFl CT SUNDAY, NOV, 4,
North Bouiul Trains,
10.40 n, in.
0.00 p. in.
11 20 a. 111. Loi p. m.
Airlvi- Carboudile 0,10 p. in.
bunt li Hound.
7,10 a. m. 7.40 a, ni.
M.ll n. in. 1.20 n. m.
2.03 p. ID
c...,,i...i noli-. North Bound,
k Li IH' All lie
s'efanloii Carliondale.- Cadosia,
Tioo'iin. Aiilve IM.hondalc 7.40 p ....
leave l-0'11' AlllY
.?,,. 1 (Miboudale. Snanlon.
vaub.14. . 7 in a. in.
035 p. m.
J! III WELSH', Tra-cling I'astuiger Agent, Siran.
Erie nnd Wyoming Valley.
Tlmis Table in Etreit Sept. 17, 1000.
n-...t.... fAH ll,.Ll..v nml Ineal noints. lonnect
Ing at Haivlej with Erie lalboid for New York,
Neii burgh, ad Intermediate points, leave Siran-
,n.. ut 7 111 a. lit. and 2.25 It. 111.
Tieiiu anlie at Suaulon at 10 3a
P. 10 p. IU
, m. snd
I ve In M'laliinn iiom int. s .. - -
and in no 1. ni ; S0 and S.00 p. ni. Iront Os
wego and Mm use .11 2.51 a. in.; .., and b. 00
p. in. Fiom Ftlta at '. .1. in.;. 12.. and .
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. nn ... 5.51 P. HI
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and i.Ma. m- Sundavs. in ike New ork. Cmu
wkll Mil 1 own. ViUllon. """fji ""
oiiie, I'tle.i, Oneidi and Oswego .onneetlons
Fr ft 1 her liifoiniitlon lonsult ticket agents
. !:' l'l:;iSui.nv Co., I'.vs. Act.. Niw Yoik.