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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, lOttHW ',
Road Planned from Hazleton to
Wilkcs-Baire Is Now Said to Be
rait of a Big Pennsylvania
Scheme Lackawanna Will Retali
ate by Going Into Philadelphia.
Pennsylvania Railroad Company
Takes Charge of the Cambria Steel
"A now iiillway l now In pmi'rss or
ntihtitH'tlon between llazelton anil
WIIkeo-H.irrp." sa '" exeliuiiBi'. '"I'lu"
Mntemcnt Iiiih been turnip, and thr- lie
Hot Ik Ronriully hclil In thnw cities,
that tho l'cnnsjlvnnla lnilnmd lias
Interest in thin juoject. 'Che roa.-on
for such mi inteicst would be the fui't
that tho new lino would he more tniin
one-half slwiier than the tout now
tiavrisrd by Pennsylvania Main- he
twron the two points ineiitlnned, An
ofuclal of lh IVnnnlvuiila. who knows
what Is roIiik on with lospoit t"
branch lines, said oterdit that that
road was not it-elf i otixti uitltiK till'
new railway, hut mlKht have a ptlvnte
tiiratiReinent with the pmjei tot..
"The Pennsylvania l nooking- bul
:ies with nune aitlvitx than beteto
foie In the VnniliiK and I..ii'liiwann.i
toal llcldo. llccenlb it put on four f.it
oxpiOi tniliis, two rach wa, lutween
1'hllndelplila and WIlKeHatie. mnk
liiK the i tin In live limns and ten min
utes. Hut the (IManie by it. pre.-ent
jouto In loiixldeiabb nieater than that
of the KtadlMK and the l.tlilKli Valle.
lis la-t liuliis nii'Ue Hazleton in less
time than the fastest U-hlRh Valley
train: hut. aftei leavlnc Hazleton, the
l'ciilii-.vlviiiila nuikes a wide deloui over
the Philadelphia and llik- ti.iek". by
wi of ISock men and Ne.-eopeek
.lutlitlim. In ulllf i t set to- Wilk"!
II.iik. Tho dinuiur this way from
Jlazleton s nrts-lwo miles, mid fiom
I'hll.ublphtii 1". tiiihs. wheteas the Ke
hlfih Vulli'V Tome between Wilkes
Hano and Philadelphia Is about 115
"The naite sin e I'd fm the new rail
way botwein llke.s-M.uie and llale
Ion Is tweniy-foiii mlli.s intiK, twenij
Icht miles i-hottei than the Peiuisl
.aula lounil about wa. The plans t all
irr a tunnel lliiuiiph the Ncs-i'i'pock
nKMintaln. Thlt- Uiiiik'1 will make avold
r.hl the an rut of ihe Ni.opeik latiRe
now made by the l.chlsh Valle., and,
also, eoinliiR nut In the v.illt be mid
the di's-crnl on the nihil Milt The
cr.idcs will, tlietef.uf. lie mmh llRhtei.
The ruttlntr olf of twint -eight mile,
in the distant e between Ha.leton and
Wilkcs-Haue will enable the i-eduetlon
of time between thisc point by neatly
an hour, and the lViiiisj.lv.ininV fast
ttains could, tlicier.ite. make the lat
ter elty in about tin- same time as the
"Thne l.s another load bulldltiK In -tween
sVtanlon and Wllkes-Hai I e,
which is supposed to be a continuation
of the Peiiiislania mute. The com
pany construitltiK this line has an op
tion on a site for a tet mlii.il Million in
an advantageous sittiitlnti In Set, ni
ton, and thi work of cnntiuctlon is
gainer lapldlv fmwaid. The fait that
the Penns.vhanla N adveitlsiiiK exten
sively, as well In Scianlon as In
Wllkes-Haiir, and otlieiwlse shotting
n spliit of in live competition fot lril
nets In those lilies is iccarded tlieie
at evident e of its lielnsr behind the new
roads now miit-tuu ting "
The invasion of this li'iiltm.v bj the
Pennsylvania has again set In motion
the rumors to the effeit that the Lack
awanna proposed to entet Philadelphia
ns the Pennsylvania's auive ilmpetl'or
for western busine.-s. it Is said tne
Lackawanna has senued oiitlons on
ptaetieally all the tight of way that
will be noiessai) in get into the
Pennnsylvania in Control.
The Pennsylvania It.illio.ul lonipany
will take control of the Cimbiia Steel
company today, and thiee new mem
bers of the bodid uf direitois will bp
fleeted to lepicsenl the ialUa intei
rsts. The membeis will bo Leonatd '
Hanna, of Cleveland, who will iepie
sent pai Denial ly the oil luteicsts;
l't.iuk .1. llt Hi. pieslduit of the Ihie
and Western Tiaiispm milon (onip.inx.
and Theodoti N. lll.. siipi'ilnteiidcnt of
inothe power of the Pcun.nuin i. ill
mad. The ('aml)ila lonipany will linteae
Its capiat on Thui.-da fiom $li!.nun nan
to $5ifiui'Mi. am) the ConuniaiiRli St f I
innipaiii. under wlmsn nimn- the Hn.ui- I with lJ.Oon tons capaiity, weie waiting
ilil alt ills of thn ..iinpaiiv have been t i,c loaded at the Delawaie, I.acka
i uiduii.d iluilng ir.iiganiz.ituui vMlP wanna and Western trestle at Oswego,
In mug d lt i th I'.niibila 'I he I j;, y.
' nnsi limn i i,iiin ni punhasid con
wken a man is drowning his rescue
is a question of timely help. It is the
6itne thing in disease ' Many a time the
doctor says of a man whose condition is
hopekts, "Jf you'd begun in tune you
might htvi been cured "
This is especially true when the dis
ease affects tne lungs. Delay is danger
ous. The timely use of Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery will result in
quick cure of deep -seated coughs,
bronchitis, and weak lungs. Keu when
.hemorrhages have been frequent and
profusa "Golden Medical Discovery"
has been used time and again with the
result of a perfect ami permanent cure,
Mr. McCouley, of I.eechuurg, Armstrong
Co., Ta., had eighty-one hemorrhages,
and after other medical aid had failed
he was completely cured bv the use of
"Golden Medical Discovery'
Accept no substitute for"Gold.i Med
ical Discovery." There is no other med
icine just as good for " weak " lungs.
"I wnt In poor health vhen I commenced
taking l)r Pierce'i medicine," writea Mr Klmer
Lanier, of Volga. Jefferson Co, Intl "I had
tomach, kidney, heart, and lung troubles. Was
not able to do any work. I had a severe cough
ad hemorrhage of the lungs, but after using
your memcint a wane t coromencea io gain in
atrength and nesh, and stopped coughing right
ui ana nesn, ana sioppca co
Took about aiz bottles of
Medical Dlseoverv' then, an
leal Discovery' then, and last spring I had
then, and last
ed on my lungs
Crippe and it settled on nv
mugs, leaving me
with a severe cough, I bad the doctor, but he
didn't seem to be!
tin me any
ay; so I commenced
your medicine a
asraln and took three or lour
bottles of the ' Discovery ' and two vials of Dr.
Pierce's relicts, and that straightened me up.
i irei iiac a ninerem person i giaaiy recom
mend your medicine to all suffcters, for I know
it cured me."
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, papercovers, U aent free on re
ceipt of at one-cent-atataps to pay ex
pense of mailing only. Addrea. Dr. R.
y. Pierce, "Buffalo, Ni V.
E II 1
There Are Hundreds of Scran
ton People Similarly
Can theio be any stronger pi oof of
fered than tho evidence of Siranton
residents? After oti have lead the
following quietly answer the question;
Mis. t. .1. Thomas, of 2JS t'hestntlt
street, says: "The pain In tho small
of my hatk went tip Into my head and
caused feaiful headaches, t was near
ly nlwas lame and sllff In the morn
ing when I got up and It was with
illtlluiity that I could get mound. It
hint me every time any muscles of my
back were put Into motion, like stoop
ing or standing a. long lime. 1 saw
poan's Kidney Pills advettlsed and
got them at Matthews Itrotlurs' ding
stote anil gave them a faithful lilal.
t gieatly linpioved and tan rei om
melid I)uan' Kidney Pills to iithots."
Kor sale by all dealeis. Pi lie r.O
cents. Koster-Mlllurn Co., liuffalo, X.
Y.. side agents tor the United States.
ltenieinher the name Ooun'es and lake
trol of the Cambtla dining the
D., L. A W. Board for Today.
Following: Is the make-up of tho D
L. & W. boaid for today:
WMINKspW, At (11 sf 1
Wild (alt. hail- p til, A, (! Iliiiiiintt, 10
p. in , 1 Ihllett
lilt I1S)Y. Vl(.l sr 15
Wild ( j'. Iastl :.o a in . K I. HoRrr, lth
Dilirru 4 irfu; ,1 a. in. II (iilllpin. 4 a. in,
(irnrKF Hull, f in, W. U. l.ilUn, ID .1. in.,
P Van Wormcr, it a in . J Hiirkliart, 1 p. in ,
Mil. inc. 5 i. m , LimikIiiki ; rip in , , llillrtt.
siimniilii, Mi -K a in, ral. .1. tairltc: s
a. in, wirt, IJ Mrmnfilkcr; II in, ct,
M 1 iimi-rtj , C p in, rat. i' M llMinrll,
i m , rat. W II Mrlml, 7 t m , Sav
ic. M stjplt., ith Mi llller' iron, 7 p.
ni , ( a.iucj, lliompvin, 7 p. In, (.jiuca, M.
Puhfr si m, Hfiusr. 10 a m , S. Kin
nfrtj. 1H0 i m. Mown; 7 p. in. Muipli),
9 p'm . I.amplntr: 10 p m , Ulnnr
l'a.onerr Knclnf 7 a ni , I'.vfTnrj : 7 . in ,
.inKrri 10 i tn , T Nnunian, 10 a m , Spmr,
7 in . Mintnn, P m , Mtl.oifiti.
WIM I ats Wfl V a in , P. I'awniicli. 7 i.
m. R (.aitiicr, 10 a in. W. A. lTllilniur;
II a m., .1. II Mil'ann; 1 p. m . M ( anivnli ,
J , m. .1 Kaliigin, .1 p ni, O Ilnln1pli,
p m. I hlnujlri, S in, lluir, with O.
Ca'c' ircw, 6 p. in , I" Mil.utlij.
Ml IK F..
CiMrllii Mill nm K Mi IH
Vui: summit Wfiliuita.i, UK.
( ondmtiir .1. !
Ill's now ou ,ai
llukniun Waller UiHup reports for K
This and That.
For uniformity and convenience, the
same number Mil' be given to Lacka
wanna tallioad timetables hetcafter
011 all divisions.
New west bound advaiue home and
dlstiiit signals will be put In today
on h l.r.ikawanna tallioad west of
the 'rfueiif ni Denvllle.
William Dods. assistant supei lutend
ent of the Centtal Ilallioad of New
Jersey, tailed on agents Tlmer and
Swlshet, In this ilt. esteidny.
The safety switches In the passing
sidings on the Lackawanna tallioad
at KlinhtiiM and Paradise have been
repaired and ate now ready for use.
11. H. Shepherd, superintend! tit of
the Hangar and Poitland division of
the Lackawanna tallioad, was in the
oily yesteiday, tailing on t lie local olli
Lackawainiii 00-class engines niusl
under no clrcumstmue.s exceed sU
tulles pel houi, while passing ocr Ihe
Caibon stieet btldge on the Diamond
The east hound home signal at thn
cut end of the Poi t Jlorrls jaid was
taken down yesterday mtil re-Pieeted
adjaient to the east hound main track,
Instead of outside, as formeilv,
Siatclt of coal appeals to be still a
piominent featiue at shipping potts 011
Lake Kile. Liii-t week sixteen vessels.
REDUCED RATES TO CLEVE
LAND VIA PENNSYLVANIA
Account G. A. R. Encampment.
On acoftint of the thirty-fifth an
nual encampment of the (Stand .tniy
of the Kepublli, in be held at Cleve
land, Ohio, September 10 to 14, Im lu
sh e, the ePniislvania llallroad com
pany will sell exiinsloti tickets to
Cleveland fiom stations on Its line, at
gieatly ledllccd tales.
Tickets will be sold and good going
September &to 1.'. Iniltmlve, good to
leltiin untl ISeplember 15, inclusive;
but by depositing ticket with Joint
agent at Cleveland, pi lor to noon of
September 1.", and the payment of fifty
lents, l etui n limit may be extended to
October S, Inclusive.
For specific rates and futther Infoi
matlon apply to ticket agents.
Popular Sunday Outing, Mauch
Chunk, Glen Onoko und Switch
back, Sunday, August 18.
The New York. Ontatlu and "Western
Itailroad company has in tanged for an
Ideal eM'iitslon on Sunday, the ISih
Inst, lo two of the most popular ie-
sorts In the state, Glen Onoko and the
Switchback. Tialn will leave Caihon
dale at 7 a. m stopping at all sta
tions to Patk Place, Inclusive and le
turnlng; leave Mauch Chunk at 6.30
and Glen Onoko at 5.15 p m. The New
York. Ontailo and Western ttaln will
await hi rival of cxcuislou train at
Sciantrui. Thousands nf cxctiloni.sts
from New Yotk city nnd Ilrookljn visit
the above ichoiis each Sunday. Do nut
miss Dili laio tieat.
For further Infoi matlon, Inquire of
New- York, Ontario and Western ticket
A Pockot Cold Cure,
Kiause's Cold Cure is piepared In
capsule form and will cute cold In tho
head, throat, chest or any pot Hon of
the body in 21 hours. You don't havo
to stop work cither. Price :'5c. Sold
by all drugelslb.
FRANCIS Q. RARRICK APPEALS
TO THE COURT.
Says tho People Who Llvo at His
Family Hotel, tho Seneca, Are
Greatly Annoyed by the Odors
nnd Noises That Come from tho
Lot Occupied by tho Wancn
Ehrct Roofing Company Why
Judge Kelly Refused to Grant a
Charter Marriage Licenses.
Francis fl. Kartlck runs a family
hotel at SIR Xorth Washington ve
nue. It Is called the Henccn. Hattlik
Is having tioublcs of his own and yes
tenlay, through Attorney K. C. Xew
comb, ho asked the coutt to assist
him In getting lid of them.
In the bill of equity wlili.li ho filed It
Is set forth that on May 1 last he
leased the property whete he now con
duits l.ls family hotel with the Indian
name. At that time the suitouudltigs
were quiet nnd proper nnd the atmos
phere gcnei.illy was one conducive to
tho sitwess of u family hotel.
Since then the propel ty adjoining his
on the not th has become the scene of
tar boiling operations by tho AVarren
llhiet Hooting company. Dense smoke
and a. dreadful odor ailse from this
boiling tar which Is wafted In the dl
rei tlon of the Seneca to the distress of
the occupants, who find It necessmy
to keep all of the windows on that
side of the house closed In a vain ef
fort to exclude the noxious smoke and
At i! o'clock In the morning and at
other unsi-oiuly houis It Is alleged that
theio Is a pounding of lion vessels
with sledge hamiiieis to the gieat (lis
tless of the occupants ot tho Seneca,
who are aroused fiom their slumbeis
and again prevented from going to
sleep. 1'nless these nuisances ate
abated Mr, llarrlck says ho will be un
able to keep people In his hotel and
that he w .111 be gieatly injured.
He asks for a temporary injunction
to lestiain the Wairon-Khret company
fiiitn continuing the nuisance, the In
junction to be made peimanent after
the heating of the case. Judge .7. W.
Catpentet gimited the tempoiary In
junction asked for.
Another Foature of Gannon Case.
Another feature of the famous .Pinion
Gannon case was disposed of by the
coutt Monday In an opinion of Judge
Kdwnrds in the pioceedlngs of James
Cannon against Maiy Illel. rule to ap
ply money, etc. The opinion follows:
V 1 iiMtti r et prarlfir thr pinienlinc in this
ca.o i a neirlti Wo tall fini no proicdrnt
nhlili iiiiulil Julll 111 ill ciintim: the relief
itmitht by tlic ilrleiidaiit In llir inmiiir In uhliti
il m imnkril 'lhi (ails iiion whlih the prrfnt
ajlit,itlnn l bicd, Hre fiw liid slinplp .lamn
(iiimiui. Ih pljiintiff, in 1sl, inililiitdi an
aillcn n( rjs tiiinit miiii't Vlan Itiel lo ruoior
p,.r.ion r a lot of lintl 'Ilio iao vis trkrt
and tlif itnliit in MilKtame wa In tamr of
Mi lllol. On pajmnit of J'J 01 into Hie pro
tli"iintirj olTi'C, bfiiiff IliP 1'ilanir of the
imiiln-e iiinioi due fiom hrr tn liannnn, Mr.
Itirl Mas hei In l," eiilitlnl In the pnert).
The fait is nntorinuR that Cannon rrfii'cil In
Men tho ilinl. Ihcrifoio the sj)ni jiaid In Mra.
lit In 1k7, tn siiniilanie wilh the onlut nf
tho inn, is irt in lourl the rnuiti iae
lironirlit In llt In Mi's Itiil was d r the piir
tno of t)iiiicllhic (.iiirion in oxriule the Heeil
In Vim. Itnl The co. Is in the enuiti laie are
nlmiit 'V0. We are now ike,l to tnake an order
dim tliii; Hie prothonolarj to ippU- Hie JI'Mit
In Inn iiistinlr in the ejrclmrut uit nn Hie iost.s
nhiih liaio been Used acmist (.ammn tn the
equili nut 'lo f.iv Ihe least, the makins o(
nirh an order would b. irtrgular.
I ho pr m r piotednre, in our judcmrnl. Mould
lie a rule Im utiois nuso ihv the imtj beionciti
tn Ihe plaintiff In the r piilv caic hould not be
Mt nfl .itrauit th puithae iiiouev belrnsins tn
(iiinun In the ejrilnient pint We do nut now
Mmi;est thai the one sum i an be set oiT icam.t
Ihe nlhrr (In r inntiatbui of the nmlmnlin
wo find tint the quoitinn is not bv am inenns
clear, but iounel haie the riu'ht tn raise this
que, tinn The mailer was not Digued before us
at nil mi this line, nor Ins nni brief hern nib.
niitlul If Ihe question wire fiee from doubt wo
would mould lh present rule to meet the exlg
cmy of the ilio
'Ihe rule is discharged without prejiidue.
A Chartor Refused.
Judge Kelly, In an opinion, has re
fused tn grant a charier to the Vnlted
Liquor Dealeis' association, of Oly
pliant, for the following reasons:
'this i nn niliiation on the part of the snh
Kiriher-i fir a i barter of Incorporation inidir the
name or title nf "'Ihe t'nited I.hiior llnltrs'
filiation if OI)ihint nnd '-iirionn.linc llor
ninths." tiuile nndir the proiNlons of the Vit of
C'lih Vpril. 171. and tt supplement. The pur
io.e tor uliiili it n formed Is "for the mip
predion of ihe unhnful file of alcoholic and
We line cMinlnid the V(t rcfeired to and its
reicnl MipplcuienU ami fall to And anv author
in for the inioip-iritioii nf a ioiicty for thi
purio It ln in en ouicccstcil that it mines
iilhin the purpose nanitd In l lauie II, seitlon
1. of the supplement nf .lub. l'i, 1&17 (P. I. i-.i),
aiuhoririni; the iouit to grant ihaiter to ior
pnrition4 formed 'for the emoiiraL'i mint and
pioleetion nf tiade an I commerce" linn ilaii.e
wan Intindtd to aulhorire the ihirterini; of inni
tianie to encouraee and prnteit the trade and
lomiueiie of tlif genrril mmniiiniti, not a-o.
elation fitrniid to promote the husine. of a
piitiiulir cliAt in llie toninuniil.i tnageii in
tnde for prliale profit, ami the purpose of ih,
propird corporation l, tliiufoie, not jniludid
in that ihute. Ihe Hoofing and Sheet Metal
Contraitora" ahSOilation, 0 II. II on'l, .Inurney
men llouo Painters' Prntrctlie aotlatlon, llihl
fiTI: The Philadelphia Johbinu Cnnfeilloneni' sv
nidation, ibid 573
We aic, thenfore, compelled to refute Ihe de
cree fur the reiton tint we ian find no authority
to grant it. Theie ian be i.o quettlon but (hit
the puipote utaleil Is a eery worihv one, anil e
nnv astuine tint tlie rial piirse of the pio
posed lorporatlon is tn piotect thtf niemliers
from unlawful louipetition If we aie inrrrct
In tblit, it maj be that an application for a ihai
tir of imorpoiatlon for "llie inaintename of a
noelety for brnfficnl or prolrrthe purpova to
its tneinbiis from fund inlleiled therein," would
reieiie our appmial and sene the purpote nf the
subsiribint. Kuei an applnatinu Mould at least
reielte our i a reful tounderation
Ami now. Vug 1 Pi, the application for
charter la refined,
Thomas I'nnrls Hoover .
Man Veronua llimane
Itobut P. I'reiv
Imllv I. Williams
Veionlika llmoihseli ,,,
William 1 Malhmy ....
s, i a m mi
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
Jotiph 1' II Nlul, of Willlinispnit, le.tfr
dai filed with tin clerk of the 1'niled Malrl
dillriit mint (or (his dUtiiit a voluntary pell
lion in bankru'li.
Double Murder at Heathsville,
II) r.ilitif Wire fn in The tsniliirtt Piess.
Ilrailaille, III., Vuc. II -Hie bodies nt Jamri
Sanderw'ii and his wife hale been found at their
home iirar heie. Sanderioii ua aliiinbnman.
ilia ulle was twiul) ,iraia hit Junior. 'I'lii'j ie
sided in a small liou-e, and it li add a hidden
nuilrry was lonueilnl wllli their llui, l.ltllv)
Uuubt cxUU that the; iuiu murdered.
In the Great Dissolution Sale of Griffin & Collins,
which opens on Monday, 12th inst., you can get the great
est bargains in Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing that
has ever been offered in this city. All goods must be sold
regardless of cost, and all who know the grade of goods we
handle should certainly take advantage of this opportunity,
which may never come their way again.
"Every garment must be sold."
Special slaughter on Boys' "Knee Pants" and Chil
p GRIFFIN & COLLINS !!
j 220 LACKAWANNA AVE. jj
BAPTIST CHURCH REOPENED.
Tho Scott Valley Baptist Mooting
House Greatly Improved.
Nestling In the beautiful Scott val
ley is the pietty white meeting house
of tho Haptist church. It has stood
theie for nearly half u century,
though it never looked whiter or neat
er than In the bright sunlight of last
Sunday motning. The church was
organized In 1S0O and publicly recogniz
ed In lsl7. It lias been the center of
much that has been good as well as
of many dlftetent opinions. Thiough
all the eai.s It lias come and lives to
day In the midst of many preilous
nienioiles and bright prospects. With
in Its walla the first couple that eer
took out a marriage licence in Lacka-
vvartia iount Attorney and Mis.
J. Milton Low tey wetc married.
During the past few weeks Die peo
ple have been clothing their i lunch
edifice with more atttactive gatments.
The audience mom is finished up veiy
piettlb. New chalis ate on the pulpit
platform, new larpet Is on the floot
The chance In the color of the wood
woik Is quite an improvement. A new
i oof has been put on and the whole
exterior painted. A laige aiidlenie
was present on Sunday morning to
enjoy the ipopenlng services, which
weie In charge of the pastor, Hev
Thomas Raker. The chorus choir ren
dered excellent music. Hev. David
Spencer, D. D., of Ulakely preached
the sermon and nt its dose sentred all
the money yet needed to pay for the
Impinvpnient. It was a good day to
the people and all felt that a brighter
future was dawning upon this church
after its many eats of struggle.
HINE FAMILY REUNION.
Had an Enjoyable Time at Oraon,
fjightv-flve members of the lllne
family attended the ninth annual te
iinlon held ut Orson, Wane counts,
A pleasant day was spent In th"
picnic gtove anil In the evening the
gatheting was entertained at the home
of K. XV. Iline.
Fcatuiea of the afternoon exetclses
wne an address, by Hev. Mr. Hoyce;
lecltatlon hy Nina Stanton, of Prontp
tott: musical numhew by Minnie Mine,
of Seranton, and the presentation to
the association for Die piesldent's use
of a mountaii mahogany gavel i-ent by
Mis. A. O. Salshur. of Los Angele's,
Cal.. in cue of Mrs. D. J. lllne.
OlIU'i'i.i for the enduing ear vceie
elected as follow-: Piesldent, D. J.
Ulne; first vice- presindent. Maiy K.
Tallmmi, second viie president, llliz.i
lieth Tuthlll: sccielary. N. F. ltlne;
tieasuicr, .Mts. Nellie Kienc).
LABOR DAY AT LODORE.
Great Programme Is Being
ranged for the Occasion.
Airangements for tho mammoth
Labor Day excursion to Lake Lodoie,
Sept. i. aie developing as tho das go
by under Die direction of the commit
tee of Die Central Labor union. Yes
terday Die committee had a large ban-
net hung act oss Lackawanna avenue
aiiuotincliig some of the attractions. It
has icqtilied some thought on the patt
of Die committee to deleimine how to
avail themselves of all the attractions
at their disposal. The itowd attending
i an expoit a day of loutliiunl change
of programme to suit various tastes,
with the music by Hauet's band and
Lawtcnie's oichestra Inlet sperscd.
At the last meeting of the committee
a icquesl was i delved fiom one of the
glee clubs that after the contest and
beloie a deilslon Is announced that nil
tho glee clubs lu chnius lender the
.selection used In the contest. The ef
fect of the glee clubs of this valley
Joining forces can be Imagined.
REDUCED RATES TO LOUISVILLE
Via Pennsylvania Ralhoad, Account
Tilennlal Conclave, Knights Tem
plar. On account of the tilennlal conclave
of the KnlghtK Templar, to he held
in Louisville, Ky August 27 to 31, the
Pennsylvania Ralhoad lompany will
sell exeuislon tickets from August 2J
to 25, Inclusive, to Louisville and re
turn, at late of one first -class fine
for the lound trip. These tickets wilt
bo good to i etui n until September I.
inclusive, hut If ticket is deposited by
the original pin chaser with Joint
agent at Louisville, not eailler than
,ugust 2S and not later than Sep
tember L', and a fee nf llfty tents Is
paid at the lime nf deposit, an extru
sion of the icturn limit may be had
until September 16,
$5.00 to Atlantic City, Cape May,
Sea Isle City, Ocean City, Avalon,
Wildwood, or Holly Beach via
Special ten-day exciiiblou Thursday,
August 'J.', Tiuln leaves Seranton ut
0.45 p, m
TORN ASUNDER. O
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Now York, Ontario and Western
Time Table In Foil Vindar. June 21, l')l.
NOltlll HOt Ml.
T.cio laaio Viriie
Tialns. union Caihondilc. ( aihwia,
Jin. 1 ...10...0 a. tn. II 10 a in. 1 no p. m,
Nn. ... 4 1 p. in, 4 II p. in. fi.no p. m
No. 7 ... 0 10 p. tn r. ( 'a rliontl lie. ti.ld p. lit
beaie Lone rrip
I'adosii. Caibrndiie. Soantnn
Vo. S ... 7il i. m. 7 in a in
Nn. 4 ... s 10 a in, luiiti in. in in . i in
Nn. 2 . 2 l'i p in 4 ml p in 4 ti p. in.
Sr.NDVVs DMA, Mill I II Illlt Ml
I.ciio l.iaie Vrriio
Sirinlon. farliondale. ( adosii,
Nn. 1 ... s ,u a, m. ' 10 i. m 10 C, i in.
Nn. 5 ... 7.(1) p ni r. Carbondale. 7 15 p, in.
lenv laaio Vtriio
fado-ia, ("airhondile. s.cranton
Nn. fl ... T 410 .a. in. 7 40 a ni
Nn In ("Op m nmp ni fi 41 p in.
Mains mw. t, mi week uai, aim ', on sun
di, mike miin lino coniieotloim for New oil,
sirs, I Ilea, (ineida, (l.wecn and intermediate
Trains Nos. n and 4 nnko Walton, Delhi, Ham
den and snlnei inunction
For further Infonmtion lonnilt thket acents.
J (' VMiHtM'S, (i. P. V. New ork
.1. F VM.I.Mt, T P. A , s, raiii.m
Erie Railroad, Wyoming Division.
Train for llawlev and Intermediate point leaie
Stranlon as follows No. 2, 7 to a in ; No I,
s .VI a .in ; No fl, 2 2.V ni : Nn a. , 20 p m.
Nos. 2 and rt through ti litis for New Vork
VrriMls No 1, Is a. in ; Nn 'I, 10 .0 i in ,
Nn fl, .'111 ji m ; No. 7, l, p lu Inlns Nis
5 and 7 are through trains from New Vnrk
M MHV IIIVINs
Iiepartures No 20, ! a ni ; No 22, 2 p in
Arriials -No. 21, 12 IV p. ni ; No it, s 1 i i m
SARATOGA'S TLORAL EETE.
Great Preparations for This Romark
ablo Annual Festivity A Grand
Excursion from Seranton, Wilkes
Barre and Vicinity.
Saratoga is making great piepaia
llona for her annual Hot al fete, wlikh
oi cuts September 4, 5 and (!, and no
e. ense is being spated to make the
coming occasion excel all others, al
though people who witnessed the fete
last year thought it almost Impossible
to suipass it. King Hex, who was the
central flguie in the New Oilcans
Mardl Gtas, Is now at Saiatoga. supei
Intendlng the piep,natlon. on his trip
north he was attended by one hundred
couttleis and scenes of pietty maids,
and he b.ivh that he pi onuses to dupli
cate the Now Orleans Maull Gtas fete
at Saiatoga, and open the e.vcs of tho
north to the gorgeous and beautiful
way in which festivals aie conducted
in sunny Louisiana. He has vclih him
all the knights and ladles who have
made the New Oilcans Mardl Gias the
eighth -wonder of the woild, and who
now propose to make the Sinatogn
dotal fele the ninth. Two months ago
his lesplendant llnats and golden chail
ot.t and bejewelcd piocesslonnl robes
wete sent to Die New Yoik wateilng
place, to lm used In the coining fete,
and the people of this vicinity will have
an opportunity to witness a duplica
tion of Louisiana's marvelous exhibi
tion. In the giand pantile, which oc
cuts September 5, tliete will be more
than twenty llnats, coveted with nut
ural flowets and costing lrom JS.OOO to
Jl'.'.OOO each. I'pon these theie will be
over oni bundled chaiaitets in the
i ichest lostunies. The stene hs one
vvlili h lieggais de.si'ilption. At the
giand ball, vvhlih follows in Die evin
ing, dancing takes plaie on a gictt
floor coveilng two blocks, and Is supet
lntended by a conunltlee of one Imp
lied ladles and one bundled gentle
men, whose costumes aie literally cov
eted with tloweis set foith b tlu
elettilc lights. On till, the pilntlp.il
d,is of the fete, Sepleinbet I and .". a
giaud CM union will be tun ovei tip;
Odawme and Hudson lallioad to iic
cnminodate the lingo number of people
of Sitanton, Wllkes-Iiane and tlies,.
valles who wish to wltr.ets the w nu
clei fill pageant and the giand hall
which follows. Ttains leave the Dela
waie and Hudson station, Scianlnn, at
(! 1'0 a. ni. nnd u.fiJ p. m. The pi lie of
tickets, i ovei lug the lound ltip has
been placed nt the lemaikably small
llguie ol $1 for adults and $-' fm a 111 1
dieu, and ilio.e who taki adviintage of
this oppoitunlty Mill not only be per
mitted to witness the Blandest display
of the age, but will also vNIt the gieat
est summer lesoit lit the loiuitiy
Saiatoga Spilngs, Tlie exclusion will
be conducted by the Father Mathew
T. A. H. soiletv. and hotel iiicoiuiiio
datlnus havo bel n uiiauged for l,t)uO
Trains have WIlkcs-HJ'ie ut j.o.i n,
m. and 3(17 p. in.; Plttnton. at r. 51 a.
in. and 3.J1 p. in-; C.nl'ondalc, at 7 a,
m. and I !U p. in. '
MR. M'GINLEY'S CONDITION.
It Is Feavod Ho Will Not Recover
the Use of His Voice.
Very dlscouiagliig lepotts mine fmni
.Mauih Chunk of the loudltloii of At
torney M. A.'Mellltllev. who, it will be
reinemlieied. has suffered for several
month from a iluont p.nalysls which
causes the loss nf his vulie.
I'ntll lecently It was thought the
affectation was only tempuiaiy and
that pioper care would lirlng relief.
Hetolc measures have been taken, but
aie all of no avail and it Is now feaieil
the billllant young attorney will not
iccovcr his power uf sneech,
The rcnnsylvanla State College
An rxaiiiinilfnn nf cindldites for idinlssloti will
be lubl .it Ihe High Mhonl, .uomIj, August 2,,
I'm), lieciiuiiiiir ni (i a in
llr M II, VVadswurih, for seural eirs Pirei
tni of the llniichtoii (Vllrhicanl ullciii" nf
Vlmen, hi aiieptid an appoiiilment as Head ut
tho Mlnltit,- lleiartmrnt
Tim I'all Siaiion opens Vplrmlier 11, 101
1'or lalnloKue, rperlinciis nt former examina
tion papir, or other Information, midicss,
'11IB Hl.lilsrilAII, state ( olieRo. Pa.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
Schedule in ESect June S, 1001.
Trains leave Seranton:
0.45 n. m,, week days, through ves
tibule train from Wllkes-Barre.
Pullman buffet parlor car and
coaches to Philadelphia, via
Pottsville; stops at principal in
termediate stations. Also con
nects for Sunbury, Harrisburg,
Philadelphia, Baltlmote, Wash
ington nnd for Pittsburg and tho
0.38 a. m., week days, foe Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and Pittsburg
nnd tho West.
2.18 p. m., veck days, (Sundays,
1.58 p. m.), for Sunbury, Harris
burg, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington and Pittsburg nnd
3.33 p. m., week days, through ves
tibule train from Wilkes-Barre.
Pullman buffet parlor car and
coaches to Philadelphia via Potts
ville. Stops at principal inter
4.27 p. m., week days, for Hazleton,
Sunbury, Harrisburg, Philadel
phia and Pittsburg.
J n lirrC'IIINsOV, On MRr.
J II. WOOD. Oen. Pas. At.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
In I.ffeet June 2. 10H1.
Train? leavp Seranton:
le.r rinla'lelphla anil New York via II k It
Ji It , nt .4"i and (CIS a m. and !lj, 4 27
illl.i. k Diamond hprrv. and 11 .'Irt p. m. Sin
dn. I) .V II. H. II, 15. '-7 P- I"
Tor Wlnto Haven, Hazletoii ami pnneiptl
poinU in the coal regions, via 1) e. 11. It It ,
1.15, -' K ami 1 7 p. ni. For Pottsville, MJ a.
in., 2.1s p in.
1'or lletlileliem, Kislon, Itei'linir. Harrirniirg
nml prandial Intermediate lationn via II. &. II
It It , 6 45, O.ik a. in ; 2 IN 4 27 (Ulaek Dia
mond Express), 1I.W p m. Sundaj'S, I). t II.
It it., U.ls a. in ; 1 j .2 p m
I'or TiiiiMiliinm k, To.anda. Klmiri. Ilhaca,
l.iniva nnd piiiicipal intermediate stations via
JI , l .V. V. It It . s PI a ni and :i 4rt p lu
1'or (irnen, Roihcslcr, lluflalo, Nlmcars I'allt,
( Idut'ii and nil points wen, via II, .V II It It,
7 t, 11 55 a in . 1 2. .IM (Itlaik Diamond Vx
ptes), 7 I, in II. Il.SO p. m. simdtta, D. .V, II.
St II . 11.55. S27 p. m .,,,,.
I'lillmiu parlor and sleeping or Iclilxli Villi v
tnrlor cant on all trains hetiveen W'ilkea llarre
mid New York, Philadelphia, Ilutralu and Sus
IIOI.I.IV II Wli.llllt, (ien siipr en Tortlaml
ktreet, Vv Voik. , ,
CIIMll.US ! I.i:i:, Cen Paw. Vit , W Cortland
htrect. Vew ork
A SOVXI'MVI IIKIt, Do. I'm. Vet , oulli
1 oi Hi kit and Piillinin letervauons apply to
Si I.iikawinna aveniit, .vianlori. Pa,
Central Ralhoad of New Jersey.
SUtlon in Nnv nrk I'oot of Liberty strict,
,. 11 . and Muth Fern.
iiviK rviii.i. is' Ki'urr it'si: so, icoi.
Trains leaie vrmton for Vew oik. Newark,
I Itralirtli, Philadelpliii, latton. Hitliteliem, VI
lilitoun, Mauili I hunk and Whin linen, al s ,5
a 111 . i pre-rf. I lu, eAprt'iw, s tt, i. 111 ,-un i
dam, L' 15 p in !
I'nr Pulsion ami Viilkn tine, '.", a, tn , 1 lrt I
and I p in Sumbja, '2 15 p III. I
I'nr lliliiiiiiiie and jnhiiutloii and poini.t
Viilli -vikI WeM ill llethlllii in, s 55 a. ni , 1 l'i
.inil 4 iti ii iii siiudaw, 1", p in.
lor I "lit: llram h, llieau (Imie, flo , at S 55
a in nliiouu'li o it In. ami I 1(1 p in
,.r Itiadms, LcImiu ii and llarriiliiuv. lit VI
linlowii, ,-, ,i. ui and 1 lu p in. feundaji-,
2 15 p l'i
I'nr I'oil.vlllo, s 55 a. in, 1 lrt p in
1 m Mountain Park, ' 55 a. in , 1 1') and ( f'l
'Ihroiicli liikils lo all jiiiiiM east, aiuth and
net at lowent ratea at the Ktation.
( VI III III'. Iii ii Past. Vut.
.1. II Ol.llVt si:, (leu. supt
Delawaie nnd Hudson.
In Klfeit .lune t, Pull
Traiim (or Carliondilc lean s, ronton it f '0
sui, I.KI, 10 1 1 a in, liim. 1 i'i, .'II, :i '.-',
Si! i, li'.'V, 7 57. ! 15, II 20 p in., 1 11 a in
i'or llonewlale and Lake l.od)re, 6 '2rt, lrt 1.1 a,
in : -J. II and S '21 l lu
I'or Wllketilirre H 45. 7 1. ll, or.'.
.1. m: 12 0.1. 1 '2s, J.ls, .I..M, 127, U.IU,
l'i 41. II .Ji p in
I'or I. V II II Points ii 45, 0.".s a. m :
4 :'7 nnd II ui p tit.
I'nr Perni.v lv.ml i It It pohi-fl IV, 0.H,
S.:m and I. -7 p in.
I'or VIIhiiv and all polnta north 6 20
and 'l 52 p m
si MIVV 1IIVIN"
I'.ir t'aiiHHiilili-s&u, II il a. in i lit, S5
5 52 and lrt 52 p m.
I'or VVill.tv llarie n 3s a in
1 ftl, 1 55, ,1 ,
6..I2 and s 12 p m
lor .Vlhini and points north -1 5 p in.
I'nr llmirulalf and Uko I.odore-5rt,
a ni, and 3 52 p in.
Delawaie. Lackawanna and Western
In l.Dnt Aus- II. l''l
Tialns lean t-mnloi for New Vork Vt I 10.
rill, 5 '5, 7 VI and putt in. 12 ''. 2",
l'i,, im and Mai p in I r New Votk and
PlnljilrlpliU -".Mi and 10 ui l in . ml 12 I 'J and
i, 15 p in I'm lolnliiinii VI "I" P- in for
nutlalo I Li, 2i and I'l'l a in , 1 ". .15'. 7 u'i
and 11 .15 l ni for llinahiiulnn and uai u
Hoik rt.'2rt a in and I Hi 1' in lor li.uec,.
s.rani-e and I tua I 15 and i 2 a m,; I lrt
uml .152 p in Hi" B". sMj.ute ind flu i
nun at H2! a in dilli rxupl uiida, lor
Vi iiihwi 'I'm a in , 1 a' ami lul p m.
NUholkoii .iiiomnioilatloi, I nn mil il Ii p in
111 t il .i 1 1 cr Divl'lon- lor Snnln mlieiliiid, at
It Ii and pi5 a in i 1 .ill ant 1, HI p in lur
pluuo'itii. i' s l'i a in : Iii nnl oci m
Sindai 1'iains lor New Yoik, I (i, .inn, 5 ii
and l"iii l in : ' -". .115 and .5 ml p in, lor
llnflaln 1.15 and ''.! u, in. ; I f.n, 3 V.', 7 Oi
an I 11.15 p. ni. fir Uinaiunitoii and war na
Hunt-'Ml and l'l'2'i a lu. Illomntlniiv; dill .Ion
Leaie biranlou lu.W a, m, and 0.1 ij . m
of Silks at About
At the close of a successful season
of Silk selling we find In stock many
short ends of Silk, nnd odd Dress Tat
teins of Foulard Satins and Sllkl
These vvc are dctci mined lo dlsposeji
nt once, If ncccssaiy at a gioat!
All this season's selected patterns,
from the best American and foreign
manufactuiei.s, lu Dress, Skirt and
Waist lengths, at "9c and upward.
Reduced from 7.1c and upward.
Fancy Taffeta Silk
In Lace Stripes, Fancy Stripes ant
Klguies, In Waist and Skirt lengths
At 50c and upwaul.
Reduced from $1.00 and upwaid.
We have only a few- styles left, In
plaids and stripes, lfc and upward.
Reduced from 50c and upward.
430 to 455
, SCRANTON, PA
N. Ninth Street
Telephons Call, 2333.
NEW YORK HOTELS.
Cor. Shteentli vt and Irving rlice,
Atneriian Plan, 1 JO Per Dav an! I'pwards.
) uiopean PI in, i V) Per Day and Upward
brcial Ratia to Families
T. THOMPSON, Piop.
lO.'.KU-HiH KnHl inili Street.
The. 1 1.1 1 I ItsONnathoroiishlytirtt-cUss
larailyandtranxieni lintel oBerinuatanjinl.
mum cott a iiiuum of luiuri and comfort,
tin lath hlreol jui east of Union Square.
It is nithln a fe minutes of the leading
shors, theatres and lulia
European Plan, J 1. 00 up.
. di. o n ,m
Suites with Private Bath, $2.00 up.
I t or speelal rates Kuidoorlnformatlonwrite
JOHN I-. I ll l is. i, ii, i-rniiririnr
For Business Men
In the heart at llie wholesale
x mlnuteo' walk to Wannmnkers;
5 minutes to Bleed Cooper's Ulg
Btore. Iasy o( access to tho urea:
Dry Goods Stores.
One block from JTway Tar'. el;
Ins; easy transportation to aU
points or iniereuu
HOTEL ALBERT :
t NEW YORK. t
Ccir Ilth ST A UNIVKKSITY VU
Only one Hlock from Broadway
K00H15, 3 UD. Prices keasonibls Z
X Every ,V8lomai
- A jiniiKHr land should Knew
,! o A tihuut i te wonderful
' eCi r i ,,,,, in.,.,, c
,l s si; l iilMHll niiiiiiinj opiajr
V K5S Csj j iheiieiTiilsslrUie, liurt-
? rsV L i hi uml. mi lion llest-a
C Cei j el Mo.i CnnTenlenl
I sira?" "Vi lniMrliiiai
ll.ilriilTl 1 T Al '
I r, Il
., ft,,l I,.. n,,.l tl
.ili.r hit, .ml t null fOr 11
luinntedhonV. ll It cues
full . In iilnriA lift flue, lint, tin
il oii.lles M VIM l'l, n.i
Itcom 660, Times lid:., New Vork.