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g THE SOU ANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1900.
NEWS OP THE
ORDERS RECEIVED BY THE I. I.
& S. COMPANY.
They Will Keep the Mills Going for
Some Time Orders Issued to Lack
awanna Trainmen Request. Thorn
to Be More Careful Bulletins with
Regard to the Running of Trains.
Locomotive Turned Out cf the Dick
son Works on Cliff Street for Hill
side Coal and Iron Company.
The r.nrkavnntin. iron nml Steel
t'ompunj has received another lilfr oi
lier and one whleli will keep the men
busy during the winter. It In for
twenty thoinmnd tons of wteel rails, to
lie made for the Xew York iVntr.il niul
iludnon lllver Uallroad eoniimny, unci
the local inanufiu'iurern conHtllute
one of four coin-emu iitnoriK wlilrh
an order for elRhty tliousiuul tons
nt the pool pi lee, 1ms boon evenly
The CnrnoBle iU-i-l ei tnpnny, tin?
Xntlnmil Steel eoinpuny niul the Fed
eral Steel eoinpuny have the three
other munufiiettuing plnnts which will
turn out the ivmnlnlnp nitty thousand
lime, Yesterdny'H l'lltMiititf Conunor
(Inl Clazette, In mi nitlele denlliur In
n Rcnenil way with the tomlltlim of
the Iron iniirkul, had the following
in soy about the nlvlnu mil of th"
"A few duys siKo the Xew York
Central and lliiilMin Ulver Uullroid
i-ompany apportioned IU rail onler,
eoverliiB piaetlcally J lie iiioUi Ibis In
teicl will requite diirhm the iii"t
rnlr'tKlnr year. The order Is I'oi .sO.U"0
tons at the pool pi lee. Four steel
eompanles eiieh ei in.tinii tons. lJar
tldpatlll7 Hie the t.'attl'Tli Steel Willi
luiny. the Laekiiwnntm Iron nml St. -el
company, the Xiitioir.il Steel coin
pnnv and the PVdeiiil Steel eoin
)rtny." The Scranton concern N alreaily In
leec-lpt of several larse orders for
mils and work is piom'o.slni;
briskly at the mills.
Trainmen Must Be Careful.
A bulletin has been issued by Divis
ion Superintendent K. M. ltlne, of the
t.arkawanna. eallltiR train anil yard
men's attention to the fact that re
ports arc dally Increasing of rough
linniillnp and damage to sleeping and
The men ate reminded that greater
care should be used in the liumlltn?
ot this equipment and when attaching
a sleeping or dining ear to a train
u- coupling it with ears on ;i siding,
le. a stop Is hemeforth to be made
nix-tit ten feet distant t'ritni sueb cars,
and then the additional car is to be
moved slowly up to the place whers
the coupling is to be made.
This rule also applies In thos-e i uses
where a train is being backed tip to
.1 coach, sleeper or dining ear. to Ik
coupled. I'ass-cngcr ear, of any kind
when occupied, should not be cut
loose fiom an engine when being
.switched to n siding, or In any other
wav. Xoi- should engines be dc
lacliod until the car re. it lies a pio.er
pliiei and Is stopped.
About Lackawanna Trains.
Hi-ginning yesterday, wild cat and
.'iimmlt tiains of the I-ackauanna
were allowed to leave Scwnton with
out running orders, and summit trains
between Scranton and (-'bilk's Sum
mit and Scranton and rjould.sboro
were granted leave, to run ahead of
second class trains.
Summit linin conductois must cheek
the register at telegraph olllces and
ascertain about the second class trains
lief 01 u starting- out on their time, and
must keep out of their way. The ex
act time of the departure of summit
trains mut be registered, and tlia
other trains must caiel'ully note litis
and keep a sharp lookout for such
trains running ahead.
This arrangement will in no way
excuse the summit tiulns from pio
tectlng themselves, according to th
rules, in ca-e of stoppage or slo.v
sneed when on the time of second
A' special trnln was on the luu-k't
at the Pelawaie, T.urkawnnna and
iVesitem station yesterday afternoon,
located near the sleeper, In which an
examination was held of the com
pany's conductors, brnkemen, bag
gagemen and other employes.
Tn compliance with the bulletin or
der posted "Wednesday, they turned
out in large number.-? and reported
at the car to have their eye-sight
.mil hearing tested by Dr. O. D. Mnr
riy. The Lackawanna authorities
have desired for some time to have
the men examined,- on these vltul
points to every railroader, and the fit
ting up of a special cur proves an ex
cellent way for facilitating mutters.
Successor Not Yet Appointed.
Superintendent K. K. T.oomK of the
l.,ieoku wanna coal department, was
In conference yesterday afternoon v. 1th
u iiumbo.- of the company's mine su
perintendents, and iir-iinn was takm
on the resignation of V.'illlam Venn
Morgan as foteman i. the Diamond
It was decided to pick Mr, Morgan's
successor trom tlio present employes,
Instead of choosing any outsldeis, and
the promotion to the place will occa
sion several transfers, Just who tho
successor is to lm ami what ehango.t
will bo necessitated will piobably be
Today's D., L. & W. Board.
Today's D h. and V. hoard Is ns
t TliuiAlay, Di-e. l:l.
wii.p evrs i:ast,
S p. m, M. Clolileii, with Witilil's men,
in.an p. m. II. HUMiiit, with J. DmU' men.
11.30 p. m.V, Kinsley.
1'iiiUy, Dec. U,
WILD OATS, EAST,
J.'.M a. in. T, McCarthy,
il a. in. 1". I Stucus.
4 a. m. P. MnKcr.
fi a, m M. Klnntrty.
il a. m.V, Wall,
h a. in. F. Van Vonner,
li a. in. P. Wallace.
10 a. in. I). Dennett.
11.S0 a. m. K. Molwii, with .7. Costello'a men.
1 i, in. A. Rowr, with V. Ilallctt'a mn.
it i. in. J. IK'vine.
JUS . n.-f.. Hurt.
4,11 ji. m. M. Cannody,
P a. in,, cut K. McAllister.
( a. hi., mt (I. r'rounlelker,
ii . in., fast W, J. lloder.
li p, in., puil II. Gittiifun.
It p. m., west W. II. tiicholi.
IS o'clucK noon, utt Cutse
T p. in., iut Irom Cayuga Mcl.inf.
T p. ni., wmt (rom Oayuiru (Unity.
7 p. ni.i c-ast lio'ii Xay Aug f. Duffy,
10 . m. V, E. Scror.
8 n. hi. Iloinfr.
11.30 n. m. Moran.
7 p. m. Murphy,
n p. til. .T. II. MaflCH.
7 n. in. IMflnny.
7 a. in. O. Cine,
..mi p. ni. Stanton.
7 p. m. Magowrn.
wild cats, wiisr,
4 u. in. .1, 1!, Master.
li ii.in. John llarber.
n. in. r. W. IJiinn.
7 n. m.'P. J, Thonipini.
a n, in. T, ntipntrick.
n a, in. W. Klrliy, with A, (I, llnmmlt'a mn,
111 n. til. .1. nalidgnti.
11 n. in, MaKRCtt). '
VI n'clmk lumli-1. O'llara.
1 p. in, .1, II. MiCiinn.
2 p. ni. W. ballarr.
:t p. m. II. W. Smith.
I p. tn. A. t'. Miillln.
.i i. m.-O. W, ritwiaM!
il . in. II. Smith.
This and That.
Xo. I swltih nt Oravel Place, on
the Delaware, I.aekuwanna nml
AVestiin railroad, will bo henceforth
kept clear and used as a passing
siding. No ears are to be left on It
without ti notice to the despalchors'
.1. A. (imdonler, agent for the Dela
ware, l.ackuwannn and Western Hull
load company nl llobokt-n, X. .!,, was
In the city yesterday. Although a
Lackawanna employe for thirty-one
years, this was his first visit to th'ls
.V locomotive was yesterday turned
out. or the Dickson Locomotive Works
on Clin street, and shipped to tic
Hillside Ooal .mil l'on company, lu
cylinders are ll'xls and It is an exact
duplicate of another locomotive re
eently built lor the company.
The following iiilos are to govern
Lackawanna trains running through
the yard at Danville: Speed of tlrst
class trains will not exceed twenty
miles an hour. Second class ttalns
and Irregtilai trains must be under
perfect control and prepared to stop,
unless the swindles are right and thu
trick Is clear,
Tlie new track scales at Onnldsbori
are ready for use and will be em
ployi d in weighing all shipments of
Ice oiiglnallng at that point. Kn-pliu-meii
of the Debiwoie. Lacka
wanna and Western, who are in
eliargi.- of hdt) class engines, aio In
structed to prevent any pail of their
engines from l tinning on these scales.
DEATH OF WINFIELD F. M0TT.
The Well Known Peckvllle Novelist
Pases Away at Philadelphia.
Dr. Wlnfleld V. Mutt, a life-long
resident of I'eekville, passed iwny
Wednesday morning at a private hos
pital at Philadelphia, whole lie had
been undergoing tieatment for it coni
pl'eatlon of diseases, from which he
had bem a sufferer for the past two
years. Deceased was IS years of ag.
and wn born at Prlecburg, Ph.. an J
at an early age passed through the
Peckvllle High school with honors,
and later attended the seminary nl
Kingston, Pa., where he graduated in
1STT. Later, he attende-J and grad
unled lit the College of Physicians an 1
Surgeon at lialtimore, Md. At iBal
llniore he entered the public hospit il
is a physician and surgeon, where
ii" pursued a six months' practice.
His literary ability began to miiltj
itsilf manifest and helium more to his
taste than that of medical pmc.tlc,
lie began the writing of serial stoiles
for the leading journals, bis lirt sue
tess in this lint- being "The World's
Verdict," published in the Xew Yoik
Weekly, and was afterwards, at Chi
cago, dramatized by him and p.layed
it the western states for two year
with gieat suec-ss. Ho was tlie 'll'iM
to take up the writing of detective
nories, being known as Voting Sleuth.
Ills Frank lli-i d storis. which weie
both scientith and imaginative, hav-'
been lead bj neaily cveiy boy in the
country. .Mr. Alott's literary ability
cHine natural, his aunt, .Mrs". 'Ann s:
Stephens being purllciil.iily promi
nent In literary work. Mi. Mott has
for the last two years nct-n a great
sufferer. At the beginning or ills Ill
ness he was taken to the Presbyter
ian hospital, of Xew York city, and
later removed to a pilvate hospital
at Philadelphia, where he passed awav
AVednesdny morning at H o'clock, with
his wife, who has been n patient and
constant attendant upon him ihiough
his entire illness, at his bedside. Mr.
Mott was married May 23, 18S2. to
.Miss Josie liibbert. of Kingston. Pa,,
who suivlws him, .togethei with two
sisters, Mrs. D. K. Muiss, of Car
bondnle. and Mrs. F fJ. Myers. T
Kingston. IN. The funeral will lake
place ut the late residence in Mott
Havm Satinday afternoon at 2 SO
o'clock, with intermeni in the family
plot ut Union leiueleiy. lev. Dr. S.
H. Moon, pastor oi the Peckvllle
Presbyterian church, ili odlclatt-,
Employment for 250.
Ily i:ilil-iui' Win- irnm 'llio .WiiIji.nI l'u-.
Sli.niiukln, I'a., Il, c. I.i. -Tin- tin- iiirtiKh hliafl,
Ktunll here :ill Ml. I .innol, ami imneil h.
lual iJitalxls, Ih-Ujii epLMIlun teti,,v with :'U)
inui uiul t m s uiipUi.wil, On Jan, I :,i ni--ie
lumen will U- .ulilul in tin pay mil.
Tor yenM this remedy has beeu the
standard nen'e restorative. Thousand's
of happy men owe their newly found
strength to Its use.
Kexhie Pills teplacc weaknesi nud
exhaiistiou with strength and" vigor;
the brain becomes clear; the nerves
steady and culm; gloomy forebodings
nre banished uud perfect vitality is ful
If you are MifTerlug ns above, try a
box; you'll be encouraged by Its eflect
to take the full course of six boxes
tlieu If you are not entirely cured, we
will refund your money. This satis,
factory' offer U one of the factors of
SI IX) per box ; fi boxes (with guaratt.
tee to cure or moucy back), $5 00, mailed
iu plain packages. Hook free, I'kal
AlBDiciNB Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
Tor salt) by John II. Phelps, I'harmacUt, corner
Wyoming aiemie anil bpiuce sheet,
BUY THE GENUINE
SYRUP OF FIGS
.,, MANUTAOTURED BY...
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO,
IV NOTE THE NAME.
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tti Ut kk rrt'' tifoUf mt4Ut ilMlrb ! ''
NOW OPEN IN OUK NEW 9TORE WITH A
NEW STOCK TOR THE HOLIDAYS
otm htock von kxtent. vari
ety AND FINENKS8 IN EVERY
DEPARTMENT IS NOT EXCELLED
IN THIS LOCALITY
OUR WELL-KNOWN GUARANTEE
(IOES WITH EVERY ARTICLE. . .
ALL ARE WELCOME.
Going to buy a gift for Christmas? Why
not make it a useful one a sensible one ?
We are stocked with a splendid lot of
Novelties amongst them you'll find just what
l:ANCY STANDS AND TABU'.S
VERNIS MARTIN I'.ECI-S
Might go on with a list that would keep you
thinking for a week'. Supposing you take time
bv the forelock come and see what we have.
In Our New Store.
406 I.ickawan la Av:
iti.nl - out imir )Ut nt whnl Jim h.ir in ii-l uu
ii 1 1 I .inui nulo liicncK ten Vim-. WIkiIhi ii
ni.i. .iii ,i l it ( v-i: i ik ii t no v. iioim:
HOIIi: in- SMiiMMi ,l(Ki:T. . Iiim tl.i-m.
tin- I'ik( I mil iiio-l Miitiiin, , Hi) .mil ii.inN.
I'llt- h.l1lll-illll--l IllH !! NukVM.U 'Hill (,1'JVl--l
M-V Ch!llllnl III (null
412 Spruce Street.
SCRANTON'S LEADING FUR ES
TABLISHMENT. F. L. Crane
Furs aud Fur Gartueuts of
all kiuds, aud our prices are
low, it is in fact unsafe to
pay less. Call aud see our"
Laylored Suits Jackets. Loug
Coats, Box Coats, Neckpieces
Boaa, Muffs and Children's
Furs. We carry these iu full
HAW FURS BOUGHT.
324 LACKAWANNA AVENUE
Barney & Berry skates because
we have them at the lowest prices
at which it is safe to buy, and at
the highest at which it is worth
while; 75c, to $5,50,
Foote.& Fuller Co
Tbe Dickson MunufaclurinK Uo.
kersDtsn and Wllkavllarr l'i
LOCOMOTIVES, STATIONARY ENOINES
Uoltr, lioUtlnf and Pumping AUchlniry.
Otaeral OAct, Sorastos. Pa.
i Li jHF fr BtTb
Cut Glass .
$? W$ftiS$S$j$$$$$$SfcW$3$K$ A
& Furniture Co.
It is impossible to gat more
for your money than we give
Others may offer lower
prices but they give you
much inferior work.
Some give good work, but
Our facilities are the best,
our work the best and our
prices the lowest
213 Wyoming Ave.
t-t!7 PENN AVENUE.
ol two te I've days' Ouratlon,
are oDcicU by tin,
OLD DOMINION LINE
Old Point Comfort, Ua.
Washington, D. C.
Btntntri stll dally except Bunday from Pier 26,
North lllver. loot ol leach street, New York,
Ticket!, Including meala and atateroom acewn
modaticus, J13.00 and upward.
I'or full Information apply to
OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP CO.
81 Beech Street, New York, N. Y.
SCRANTON'S SHOPPING CENTER.
About Men's Furnishings
An acquaintance with this Men's Goods Store soon ripens into enduring friendship.'
Many men who, prompted only by curiosity, came into this store a few years ago,
have beeu keeping their eyes on Connolly & Wallace siuce to learn what is new
have beeu coining back again aud again, because they've learned that the newest and
best are also lowest priced here. Our assortment of Holiday Furnishings generally
is now commanding wide attention the many late styles of Colored Laundered
Shirts, all that is near auJ dasirable in Nickwear, the best of Gloves and Suspenders,
the numerous excellcut kinds of Pajamas and Bath Robes, and so ou. Thi3 is our
invitation to look through the store's preparations. In the meautime a word of some
especially good values:
Men's Colored Laundered Shirts at 68c Ar most remarkable lot
of Shirts, one of those
gorgeous chances that come through stock adjustments. A manufacturer going out
of business, we took all he had of Col ired Laundered Shirts (3,600 all toll) all in
stiff bosoms and a won lerful lo of gooduess, covering over 70 sty es, all sizes from
14 to iS, made of finest percales iu the best styles of the season, and shirts Aft-r
that are regularly worth from $1.00 to $1.50 each. Choose among them for "Ow
iVlen'S NlJrht SllirtS 50C Made of good twilled muslin, and well made, all
' perfectly plain, no trimming. All liberally cut.
Very little price for such quality
Men's Scarfs, Imperials and FourinHands usually hand-
4 some Scarfs,
made of silk of high character, in the newest shapes, and a big variety of new styl
ish pattern8!. They compare well with, many dollar sorts.
.Men's SllSDenderS ut UP one Pa'r 'n a ox' iutene especially for Holiday
w Gifts. Fine Silk Suspenders iu all the proper colors,
from $1.00 a pair to $3.00.
Ladies who havj in mind the buying of Men's Stuff for Holiday Gifts will do well to
visit our department.
THIRD ITIffiL em
THE UNITED ST ATS 5.
W,M. CONNELL. PnilJjit.
riE.NRY BELIN. Jr.. Vici-Prej.
WILLIAM II. PliCK. Cas:i;:r.
Epecla' nttentlon erlven to bust
ra accornts. Three r cent, in
teiest put on Interest depsslta.
430 to 405
N. Ninth Street,
Telophons Call. 2;5:VJ.
iC POWDER CO.
Boons 1 nd' Com'llh QTJ'
Hlning and Blasting
Mr4 M Mooalo and Ruali !! Warlu.
LAPUN RAND POWOBR CO.'S
ORANGE OUN POWDER
(trio BatttrlM. KlMtrlaKzoloJtrt,
SploaUatf blMki. aMy Kmauji
Reiauni Cheilcal Ca's al'.Vt.
I in m
STORE OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS.
i , Oriental Rugs!
wamFW&PMBwL "a thing of
m&Sfs&tis&tim JV forever," a
4 $r '' ?y V'.' v-- ? 'J;1? mm,
Carpets, Wall Paper.
4..4. 4- 4-
ORllGttO Game Board.
Twenty seveu different games, including Billiards,
Pool, Carroms, Ten Pins aud several very interest
ing games. Get one aud keep your boys at home
We Have Also the
Popular Game, Archarena
Fifty four games. This game has been greatly
improved siuce last season, many new games
added. We are now wjl stock2d with a complete
line of Cameras, Kodaks ud supplies, iucluding a
large assortment of Card Boards for mounting
posters, all colors and s.zes, of Striking Bags, Foot
Balls. Sweaters aud everything athletic. There is
Florey & Brooks, 21 1 Watn
DR. UM'Ml'll'.n. 311 aprusj """ :
ton. Pa. 'II cute am Chronic DUeJsts ul
Man. Nt am nan Children. Consult loo anj
examination trit. unite iji vuf
tunJay tt a. m. to a p. u.
127 AND 129
beauty is a
true and .
trite saving when applied
to our Orieutal Rugs.
What more appropriate -f
for a gift? Our stock ot-
fers you an unexcelled as-
sortment at our well known
low prices. -f
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HENRY BELIN, JR.,
CeDcral Agent (or th Wyoming
Ulnlnf, 111891111;, Eportln;, Emokcltn ami the
ltenuni Chemical Company'a
Eafcty Fuse, Cap anil KiploJcn. Room 401 Cou
ncil OullJlnsr, Evranton.
JOHN II. SMITH k EON
W. f. JIULLICMN .,,.,.
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