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THE SC11ANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1901.
DEMAND TOR ANTHRACITE
COAL IS GOOD..
The Total Amount Wanted Is Oreat
cr Than tho Producors Can Get
Forward and a Congestion of Orders
Is tho Result Way the D. I. &
W. Board for Today Is Made Up.
William McClavo of This City Is
Granted a Patent Die Steam Plant
13 Nearly Ready.
Tho mine niul raltrontls nr wlowly
recovering from tho recent ilooiR Tho
WyomliiB and Liielmwnnna fields, as
noted lawt week, mirrored thu lean1..
The Delaware & Hudson, Now York
Ontario "Western and the Lackawanna
are now ablu to pet coal through u
usual. The I.c-hljih Valley, lMillmlol
phla & Heading and the Otitinl rail
road or New Jersey will hardly he In
good shape hoforo the Ural of nest
Week. On Tuesday of this week the
Kendliu? had '-' collieries running. Its
main lino was little tlntnngi'il hut some
of the hranches In the mining region
Hiirfered severely. Vp to Tuesday tli
Jersey Central and Lehigh Valley
roads had not very little coal over the
washout along the Lehigh river. Many
collieries In the Lehigh and Schuyklll
regions arc still troubled with water
and will not he running to full capa
city before the new year. Tho hollda;'
on Wednesday and, n general day off
from Its effeots on Thursday with the
shortage of production flue to the Hood
linn so far restricted production that
oars are actually In better supply than
in several months. With a general re
sumption of work, hovewer, there
will prnhnlily bo a shortage or cars
Iicinnml Is generally good. Th
movement of coal from the docks nl
the head of the lakes continue steady.
In Chicago territory, as farther east,
demand llilctiuites with the tempera
ture. During the piist week the mar
3el bus been fairly active. Nut coal
is in speiiul demand. At points along
the Atlantic: seaboard retail buying Is
fairly brisk. The total amount of coal
wanted Is greater than the amount
producers can get forward and theie
is consequently a congestion of orders,
which Will hardly be worked off until
the railroads are la good condition
once more and the miners have got
over holiday festivities.
There Is no change In prices noted
and ((notations for free-burning white
ash coal f. o. b. New York harbor
ports remain: Uroken. ?l; egg, S4.-,".,
stove, and chestnut, $!.f0. Kngineer
ing and Mining Journal.
Steam Plant Nearly Ready.
Tho steam heating plant which tli
.rjoluware. Lackawanna & Western '
company is building at the Hamilton
mines is nearly tlnlshed. and will soon
ne put In operation. This plant will
supply steam for the Hyde Park,
Hampton, Continental and Sloan col
ieries, the same as the Dodge plant,
iiipplics steam for the iiellevnc col
liery, washery and Dodge mines.
Tho 1 lampion steam plant will dis
place over sixty boilers, and consists
of 7',i batteries or 1.', boilers, with
over fi.OOfl pounds horse power. The
boilers are the Habcock-Wilcox make,
with fuel eoonomizeis, automatic self
feeding stokers uiul set conveyors to
carry away the ashes. The plant is
housed In a building '.10 x 250 feet.
Shortage of Cars Means Much.
The shortage of the coal carrying I
coinpanlcs to furnish a suillcient mini- I
ber of cars, Is the greatest handicap i
encountered by anthracite producers ,
in the history of the coal trade, llence
the supply is not equal to the demand, j
Large orders have been plated with
the car building companies and they
are turning out cars as rapidly as pos
sible, but form present indications
they will not be able to supply the de
mand until late in the spring, when
the rush in the coal trade will have
In consequence of these facts tho '
mines aro not being worked to their
fullest capacity, and If you ask an
idl miner why he Is not at work, the ,
answer Is invariably "no ears."
It Is a noticeable fact, however, that '
the local collieries have been operated
during the winter more regularly and
on fuller time than at any other period
in the history of tho anthracite iiulil'i-
D., L. & W. Board for Today.
Following is the make-np of the Ii.,
I,. & W. hoard for today:
SU.NDAV, l)IXT,.MIIi:il 2:i.
Wild C'.iU i:.i,l-S p. m II. I)i.wrly; H p.
jn M. ill. .McLime,
Summits, i;tc 10 p. m,, JI. (ioli'iu.
vo.siuY. ii:ci-:.!iii:u ;:o.
wild r:.its ix-i.Ho 11. in., v. riup.it rii-i;s n
.1, in., lloliokcn, .1. II. Stt.ilU; S .1, in.. Unlink
111, .1. (lenity; 10 a. in., .l.jr, lluikli.iit; 11
ii, in,, M .1. Ilrriiiinan; 1 p. in,, .1, Muiijy,
l,.ili.ir'rf (lew; 2 p. in,, (i, 'Ilium.!; li p. in., ',
T. Stevcm; 0 p. ni (I, W, Hurt,
MiiiilnlK llli'. II ii, 111., ('.lit, .1, Cuiliitj 10
. m., wet, FiiHinri'lkiri 11 ;i. in., WiM, Nlilmli;
p. in., west, lliomphoii; il p. m
il'lllllUMII', !' p. in., wu.t, (iuMcn.
i'.it, J, i
l'inlii'i-(l n. in., liliit-r; 7 a, in,, K. l'lu
ji'ityj S a, in,, llnu'cr: II. II a, in,, .Mur.ui; (1
p. in,, (', llartlioliiinew; ", p. in., Murphy; 0
p. in,, W, II, lUrtlioloini'w; 10 p, in., I,. ,
I'uimiycr llnsliH " j, in., (iafliioy; 7 n, in.,
Sinner; 10 n, in,, .1, II. Mjatrrn; 10 a, in., I',
MiDoiini'll; (J. 15 p. in., SUtitun; 8.M p, m,, I'.
Willi Cats Wrst HI n. in,, M, t'.nmoily; U
a. iu 1'. Walt ; 1 p. in., .1, U.iIkic.iii; v p. m.,
II. .Mi'.WIMcr; 4 p. m., O. U.iiultpli; U p. m
A. L'. lirUlMiu; Jl p. in,, O, Kliigtlcy,
Cniiiluotors William Kliliy ami McCarthy ami
Hiukiiniii William (iallai;licr will irpoit at hi
jirrlnti'iiilt'iit' ofttie at S u, in., JKv, ;io,
Coiiihu torn l' ("ait-, 1), Wulluii', Nauiiian, l
K. Sccor, rrnudc unil It. W. tansuii will nttrml
8.30 a, hi. cl.is lit Y. it, C, A,, Dec, yo, (or
You Could Look
into the futureandseetlieco n ilitloa
to which your cough, If neglected,
liritit; you, you wouni seel: rellet at
: and that naturally would be through
"j J4mr. Guaranteed to cure Con
I jlirC sumption, Bronchitis,
a Astluao, mm all I,ung
Troubles. Cures Coughs and Colds iu a day,
K5 cents. Write to S. C. Wells & Co.,
he Koy, N, Y., for free trial bottle.
Karl's Clover Root Tea parities the Blood
Ittaktman P. J. Ncills report (or Van Wormcr.
tlrakeman Timlin reports (or M, CUrmoily,
This and That.
William McClavo of this city has
been granted a patent for a cut out for
Tho Ingorsoll-Sergeant Drill com
pany, of New Yorlc city, has purchas
ed additional ground at EaBton, Pa.,
and will Increase ltB present plant
Contractors Lloyd & Welehel, of
North Scranton, have been awarded
tho contract for building tho new ad
dition to Finch's foundry on West Lin
Recently No. 2 stack of tho Ohio
plant of the National Steel company,
Yotingstown, O., working on bessemer
ores, produced S00 tons of Iron In 111
hours. This la tho greatest record
over mndo by any blast furnace In the
world. Tho stack Is 10.1 rt. high, nnl
was completed during the last year.
Charles T. Sehoen, late president of
the Tressed Steel Car company, which
he founded and until recently directed
Is at work on the details of a new ear
wheel plant near Pittsburg. The
machinery Is under contract to bo de
livered March 1, 1002, and Mr. Sehoen
hopes that everything will be In readi
ness to begin operations by April 1.
Tho llnd of coal In Iceland reported
by Copenhagen journals does not appear
to he so valuable as was at first sup
posed, to judge by the results of an
alyses made under tho direction of the
Danish State Railway administration,
but a vessel has been dispatched to
gather more and larger samples, which
are to be examined by the above and
also at the gasworks,
11. K. Gilpin formerly general super
intendent of the N. Y. S. & W railroad
well-known and esteemed by the local
employes, will on January 1st assume
tho general management of tho entire
Krie system. On retiring from tho N.
Y. . XV. suprerintendency Mr. Gil
pin took charge of the Krle linos west
of Cleveland and his new promotion
shows conclusively how well he per
formed his other duties.
A telegram from St. Petersburg an
nounced that all tho principal iron
founders in Russia have agreed to com
bine and form a trust, with the object
of regulating tho output, keeping up
the prices of iron, and preventing
government contracts from going into
the hands of foreign contractors. Tho
Ural ironfounders, who have hitherto
held aloof from all combination of this
kind, are said to have thrown in their
lot with the movement.
GREEN RIDGE NEWS.
Sunday School Exercises at the
Church of the Good Shepherd.
The Sunday school rooms of the
church of the Good Shepherd were the
scene or a happy gathering Saturday
evening, when the annual Christmas
festival of the Sunday school was held.
A beautiful Christmas tree, prettily
trimmed and adorned with gifts, added
much to the beauty of thu arrange-
meats. The candy box liicplaee, which
has sheltered Santa Clans at every
church gathering he has attended bore
this winter, was again in evidence and.
bride by brick, found itself transferred
to the hands of the scholars. Every
pupil received, besides, a beautiful gift.
A short but interesting programme
was rendered, under the direction of
Mr. Colin Parsons, who had charge of
Social for Divinity Student.
A social was given at the homo of
P. W. Goodhall, 320 New York street,
Saturday night, by the Young Men's
Iilble class of the church of the Good
Shepherd, in honor of Norman Willis,
a brilliant vountr dlvinltv student.
whom the members of the class are
helping to sustain at St. Paul's Kpisco-
pal school, Beaufort, N. C. He was
brought here at tho expense of the
class that they might meet him and
entertain him during the Christmas
A very delightful time was had.
Gongs were rendered by Joseph JJor
men, George Cook, Percy Hurt, Wilfred,
Hurt. M. W. Perry and William Ogles
by, and brief addresses were made by
M. W. Perry, J. W. Goodhall, James
Goodhall, William Ogiesby and Mr.
Willis. Miss Mary Baker was pianist.
At the conclusion of tho singing and
speechmaklng refreshments were serv
ed. The class presented Mr. Willis
with a comb and brush as a souvenir
or his visit.
The members of tho class are:
George Cook, Wilfred Hart, Percy
Hart, Charles Wallace, Joseph Homier,
Kd ward Sykes. Uobert H. Sykos, James
Goodhall, William Ogiesby, George
Parsons, Kdword Walker, John Aspiu
all, William Perry and John Wilson.
SHORT NEWS NOTES.
Tomorrow niulit thu conprroprntion of
till! Church of the (loml SlH'nhertl will
liohl w-rvicpp, hOKinnltyy at 11.30 o'clock.
Tho litany will bo rcail, ami n short
aililri'HS by the rector, ltov. Krimcls R,
Hateinan, will ho followed by holy com
munion, TaiiBmincs. mandarin!', navel and
Clroen Itldge Market.
Turkeys, Ducks, Chickens and
Kei'se, U recti Ittdgo Market.
"Wuteh-nlKht services will be held In
Asbury Methodist Kplscopul church to
morrow pvenuiK. tiik liicetlnu will bo
of a social nature the earlier part or tho
eveuliifc', followed by reunions s-ervlecH,
Clood music and plenty of it. Seats
, free, nnd all are welcome.
I Ulue Points, Itoekaways and Covo
Oysters. Clreun RldKO Market.
New Potatoes, Tomatoes.'Wax Dean?,
I Cucumbers, Itadlshos, lettuce, Parsley
etc. Orcen H dco Markot.
Sweet elder. Clreen Ulde Market,
Fancy cakes and crackers,
CJreen DIiIbu Market,
Fancy Cheese, all kinds,
Oreou JlldBO Market,
Tho social committee or the Clreen
nidge "Wheelmen's club have Issued In
viations to a smoker, to bu given by
them at their club house tomorrow
Unnlnl J, MiTauue, or Hyde Park,
was arrested and taken before Alder
man Daliey, Saturday, at tho Instnnco
of William II, .Smythe, charged with
raise pretense and defrauding lilm or
$2S. The derendant furnished ball In
tho sum of $200 for his ainiearunee at
court. J, K, Williams was taken before
Alderman Daliey by Mr, Smythe, to
answer to two charKos, conspiracy and
libel, The alderman put him under SOCIO
bail on each charge.
I VOH SPOT CASH, .
22 pounds lino granulated sugar. ,11,09
Potatoes, bushel ,..,, 00
, Hlgtn Creamery butter ,.,.,,,,., .23
u puuims 4-runus ,,,.,,..,., ..)
Mocha and Java coffee ,.,,,,,.,,,,.2:5
Turnips, bushel id
Clreen Illdge Market
IS FAR OFF
TALK ABOUT END OP STRIKE
BEING AT HAND.
It Is Apparently Without Founda
tionPresident Shea, of the Strik
ers, Says They Will Send No More
Committees to See the Company's
Officials If They Have Anything
to Offer, They Will Havo to Send
for tho Strikers An Employment
Bureau Established by the Men.
There was a good deal of talk Satur
day and yesterday of the street ear
strike being near an end. Carerul In
quiry yesterday failed to reveal any
substantial ground for such talk.
What gave rise to it was the presence
In tho city of President C. M. Clark
of tho railway company, lie, however,
hod no conference with any one seek
ing n settlement of the strike and fur
thermore, did not come hero with that
end In view.
He said to an interviewer, In re
sponse to a series of questions, that ho
thought the strike could be settled and
wns willing to meet a committee of the
men to talk tho matter over, just as he
always had been.
President P. J. Shea, when us';ed ye's
torday If the strikers proposed to send
a committee to see air. Clark, said:
"We are tired of sending committees
to see Mr. Clark and the other com
pany officials, und don't propose to do
any more of it If the rest of the men
think as I do there will be no further
conferences until tho company's repre
sentative comes to see us."
At Saturday morning's meeting of
tho strikers the plans for the contin
uance of the strike, framed by the joint
committee of strikers, Central Labor
Union representatives and district ofll
cers of the United Mine Workers, were
submitted and approved.
It is proposed In these plans, as told
in Saturday's Tribune, to bend all ef
forts towards winning a victory with
out wasting any energy or attempts at
An employment bureau is to be established-
at the headquarters and as
rapidly as possible the men will be put
nt whatever work can be secured for
them. Those not employed will be sup
ported from funds derived from tho as
sessment levied on the organizations
allied with the Central Labor union and
the contributions that will come In
from the letters sent out with tl. ap
proval of the American Federation of
Labor to all tho labor organizations in
the United States.
The men being thus provided for,
they will be in shape to carry on the
struggle indefinitely, and with a good
percentage of the people boycotting the
cars, the company will be unable to
make expenses, and, eventually, must
sue for peace, to save itself from
bankruptcy, say the strikers.
One striker returned to work Satur
day, one yesterday and three arc to
return this morning.
You need a. trained mind. A trained
mind is a necessity in these times, be
cause of the strong competition in every
department of human activity. Cul
tured men and women are everywhere
at a premium.
DO NOT DIUFT
along, satislled with a meagre educa
tion. Too many do that. Do one of the
few whoi refuse to drift. Kise to a
higher and better piano of existence.
You can do it.
to teach: prepare for college or busi
ness. Dut do not do any of these things
without preparation. It doesn't pay.
Preparation means opportunity. Every
person with a trained mind will some
day have an opportunity to use his
knowledge and skill. The saddest spec
tacle is to see opportunity come to him
who Is not prepared for it.
THERE ADE OBSTACLES?
Yes, of course! There always are.
Others overcome them. So can you.
We make n specialty of helping young
peonlu overcome obstacles. Write us.
State your case, the extent of your edu
cation and your difficulties, it' any ex
ist. Our reply will Interest you. It will
help you, Write today,
ATTEND THE MTKRADY INSTI
TUTE AND STATE NORMAL
SCHOOL, AT DLOOMSDURO, PA.
This is tho best place to get the nec
essary training. The best place is the
only right place for you. Cheapness
should not Inlluenl-o you in tho mailer.
Quality is what counts, If you have
only $10 to spend on your mental train
ing, spend it nt a good school, Tun
dollars at a good school will give you
more training than $100 at a poor
school. Quit when your funds aro gone
if you must, but remember that train
ing is the important tiling, not time
spent in school. Our charces are low,
considering tho advantages tittered,
HAt! THE BEST FACILITIES.
This school has the best facilities for
training young people. Hero Is tho cen
tral truth of tho whole matter. This
school has a line equipment or build
ings, apparatus, laboratories, library
and modern conveniences for students.
Our passenger elevator, and thu plan of
serving meals by individual order, as in
a first-class hotel, deserve emphasis,
This school spares no expense to
maintain a faculty composed or men
and women of broad scholarship, suc
cessful experience, and established
Christian character tho cream of tho
culture produced by the best colleges,
universities and training schools.
Tills school prepares teachers. The
record of tho Dlooiusburg graduates is
a proud one. This probably has more
graduates than any other Normal
school in tho state, and It is a rare
thing to find among them n poor
teacher. They aru found in every state,
and almost in every country on tho
PREPARATION FOR COL,LEC!E.
Tho school maintains an excellent
preparatory collegiate department. Col
lego presidents testify to tho thorough
ness or this department. Our boys and
girls in college attract attention be.
cause of their high standing, nnd seem
to tuko more tliuu their share of prizes
and honors. They prepare hero for all
courses, classical, scientific, technical,
medical, and law,
The school maintains an excellent
BIGGER THE MODERN STOVE POLISH LIQUID-
BOX . BETTER
same BrillianiaeaaEasllyApplielAbsolutetyOdorfess: yet.
Even if you could save a penny by waiting
until your purse was full enough to buy Cloth
ing at a cash store.it would be a "pound foolish"
You need warm clothes now, so what's the
use of waiting when this Credit store stands
re.tdy to sell you winter clothing at just as low
prices as any cash store and let you pay in
Women's, Men's and Children's Clothing,
Hats and Shoes on Credit.
ELECTRIC SEAL JACKETS.
We buy Electric Seal Jackets for 28 Stores.
That's one reason our prices are low and our
31 7 Lacka. Aye.
music department. This is Important
even to those who do not study music.
No person is properly educated who
has not learned to enjoy good music.
Tin; innny recitals given by pupils and
teachers, the numerous uublii! occa
sions when the school orchestra plays,
are all conducive to this end. No charge
is made Tor class instruction in vocal
music. See catalogue for course. The
college preparatory and music depait
mi'iits are maintained by special pro
vision of the state charter and have
been in existence since 1SUG.
Your education continues at (his
school from tho point where it ended
elsewhere. Ilich school nxaduatos and
others here do not have to go over
studies again that they havo completed
elsewhere. Many of our senior class
will comnlelo solid ceoinetrv. trigonom
etry and surveying. About the same
number are studying Cicero and Virgil.
All advanced work is placed on their
For full information, address,
J. P. Welsh, Principal,
State Normal School,
NORTH SCRANT0N NEWS.
Walter B. Christmas Defeated
George Shires for School Con
At the Republican primaries in the
First ward Saturday afternoon Walter
B. Christmas defeated Oeorge Shires
for the nomination for school controll
er. Mr. Shires is the present controll
er. Mr. Christmas lins served his ward
in the city councils and has also been
a city assessor. The vote Saturday fol
lows: Christmas, Shires.
Firat ili.-.triot ll!l .T,
Smmtl ilKtrlct 11'.' iW
Tliliil ilistn'cl OS t-5
I'mirtli cIMrict OS 51
Fifth district 31 !)l
j co sot
A nomination on tho Republican ticket
In the First ward Is caulvalent to an
oloutlnn. William Morgans, of William
street, defeated Seth Smith for con
stable, and Richard J. Richards, of
Spring1 street, was unopposed for as
sessor. "Santa Clnus' Defenders."
A cantata, entitled "Santa Claus' De
fenders," will be given by the Sunday
school of the Providence Methodist
Episcopal church this evening at 7.13
Earnest preparations have been made
to make this, event ji succcsh, and-it will
undoubtedly bo tho best entertainment
of this character given in tills end or
the city In some time. Following are
the characters: g ''
Mr. Discontent , ,,,,, Thomas Hroivn
Harry , Han hoii Wutkiiu
Amos ,,, Samuel Ncwhorry
Herman Tliorimi Jay
Hiker Sidney CIi-i;k
fh.ilrin.in .',' William t'h'i;
(Jrnniiur ., , 'i'humas Murrli
IMIth Mirsaret Dcrlicr
N i t -i ., , Florence Jlorrun
Amelia ; Helen i,m1;ci'
Maggie , Uellu .Ma hoy
Gnnilwill ,,,,I,ilUi! Mutvan
IVaio Frnnkli) Putter
hoic ,,,Ciertiiule Kcubciry
Ann ,,,.,., lanma Mdu.mii
'lane Mabel HmUo
Pne '., Ruth Ilcnjamin
Mlltlu Illnnelie .Mmvy
Matrons M.ny Vandervnort, Maude Sanders,
Jl.m-I llallsti'Jil, Kriphle J.cnlrf,
Dolls-Hull', ' llaldeinan, llliiabctll Cowlcs,
Francis Stevens, Mabel Fietheway,
((ueen-llild.i Xj hart. Kliv,' llarrlton WatUlni.
Santa L'lam-ltay lloliln.oii, I'lnnM Mrs. Al
mor Stonier, Violinist Miss fieorgo May Cure,
Martin McNamara Injured,
Martin MeNamara, of West Market
street, was perhaps fatally Injured Sat
urday by being run down by a runa
way trip of cars In the Van Storch
McNamara was working with several
of his fellow workmen on tho track
when a runaway trip of cars came
down a plane. All succeeded In get
ting out of (ho way except MeNamara
and his mule, who were struck by the
first car. The mule was Instantly
killed. McNamara was removed to his
home on Market street whero he re
ceived medical attention.
Punernl of James Tlynn.
The funeral of James Flynu took
plnco yesterday afternoon from the
residence of his brother, Euos Flynn,
on West Market street. Services over
tho remains wore conducted in Holy
Rosary church by Rev. N. J. Mi'Mituus,
who pronounced a short eulogy on the
The remains were taken to Mt. C'ar
mel cemetery at Dunniorc, where inter
ment was made. A large number of
relatives and friends followed the body
to its last resting place.
TOLD IN A FEW LINES.
Tho .lolly Eleven root ball team will
conduct a ball New Year's eve in Mul
This evening the champion North End
Stars will have as their opponents the
Taylor Stars, and New Year's afternoon
they will play the Patriots, of the West
Next Friday evening Hie Cracker
jacks will play the strong Duninore
A special meeting- of Local union,
United Mine Workers of America, will
be held iu St. Mary's hall on Thursday
The funeral or Mrs. Flannigan, of
Theodore street, took place Saturday
afternoon at 2 o'clock from tho family
residence. Services were conducted in
the Holy Rosary church, and interment
was in the Cathedral cemetery.
Miss Lillian Morris, of Wayne ave
nue, Is conllned to her homo with an
attack of the grip.
The Ladies' Aid society or the Welsh
Congregational church, on West Mar
ket street, will hold a tea party and
social on New Years eve and New
Year's night. An excellent programme
will be rendered each evening, which
will consist of solos, duets, recitations
Mr. Williams, or Slatlngton, is visit
ing friends in this section.
Several of the churches repeated their
Christmas music yesterday.
Miss Gertrude Culld, of North Main
avenue, is 111.
Adam Razinosky caused the arrest of
John Kolzesky for assault and battery.
Zolzesky struck Rozlnosky on the head
with n beer glass, cutting a deep gash
which required several stitches to close.
The alderman committed Zolssesky to
the county jail under the default of
$300 bail. ,
A Trip to California or Florida. '
Those contemplating such a trip need
but to call on the local ticket agent of
the Lackawanna railroad and ho will
arrange every detail, including trans
portation, berths, reservations and
checking of baggage through to destl- ,
nation; also will furnish rates, folders,
descriptive literature and any other in
formation desired on the subject.
Through sleepers and day coaches to
ChlcngL O'-Jy one change of curs to
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
In Effect Nov. 3, 1001,
Ira I lis leave ncrantun, i
For Philadelphia and New York via D. Sc II.
If. 11., at fi.3s and !).3S a. in., and 2,13, 1.27
(Black Diamond l.'jrt'"), and 11,3'J p. m. Sun-
ua.is, I), fc II. ii, II., 1.53, 8.27 p. m.
For White Haven, lla.leton anil principal points
In the coal legion-, via I). & II. It. U (1.3S, 2. IS
nnd 4,27 p. lit. For Pottavitlc, 0.33 a, in., 2.1S I
p. in. !
For Bethlehem, I'aston, Reading, H.irrMiiirg,
and pilncipal Inlciiiiedi.iti' stations, via I), fc 11,
It. II., IW, II.3S a. in.; 2. IS, 1,27 Ullick Die
nioi.il i:pnw), 11.3!) p, in, Sundays, D. & ,
II. II., H.38 a. m, l.SS, 8.27 p. m.
For Tunlvhaiinml;, Tovvaniia, Elmlra, Ith.ici,
(iencva ami principal Intermediate ttatlom, via
I)., h. ami U. II, It,, h,10 a. in. and 3.50 p. m.
For Oeneva, Rochester, Bnftiilo, Niagara Falls,
Chicago am) all points west, via D, ,V II, It, It,,
7.4S, 12.03 a. in., 1.12, 3.28 (Black Diamond IN.
press), 7.1R, 10.41, 11,30 p. in. Sundays, 1), & II.
It. 11.. 12,0.1, 8.27 p. m,
Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehigh Vallv
Pailor cars mi all trali.s between Wllke -llarie
and New York, I'hihdelphla, Buffalo and 8uicn
ROI-LIN II. Wll.lll'lt. Hen. Supt., 26 Coill.mil
nr.'er, new ioik,
CIIAHI.i:s S. I.i:n, Uen. 1'ass. Agt 2 Cortland
ktleet, New York.
A. V. .NONKMACIll'.R, Dlv. Pass. Agt., Soutli
For tickets and Pullman rovrvntlnn npply to
city ticket oltlco, 00 Public Sim uc, WIlLc-Daire,
New York, Ontario and Western,
In Effect Tuesday, Sept. 17, 1001,
Leavu Lcavo At rive
Trains. Scranion. Caibondali'. C'aiiojli,
No. I ....... .10.30 a. in, M.lUu.m. l.im p. m,
No. 7 ,,,,,,., U.10n, in. Ar, (.Viilioiitl.ileu.IOii. in.
M)l!TU BOUND. '
Leave Leavu Arrive
Tialns. Cadola. CViihoiidalc, Scranton.
No. 0 .,.,.,,. 7.00 a. in. 7.10a. in.
No.'-' 2.15p.m. Limp. in. 1. 10 p. in.
SUNDAYS ONLY, NORTH BOUND.
Leave Lenrs Arrive
Trains. Seiatituu. Caibondlle. ( dola.
No. o 8.W1 a. in. 0.10p.m. 10.i5j.in.
Nu. 6 7.'M. in. Ar. Carbondal." 7,10 p. in.
SOUTH BOUND. '
Leatu Leave Arrive
Trains. Oudusla. Carboudale. Scranton.
No. 0 7.00a. iu. 7. 10 .i.in.
No. 10 4.30 p. in, 0.00 p. iu, 0.15 p.m.
Trains Nos. I on week ilajs, and 1) on Suudjjs,
make mam line touncciioiu lor New York city,
Mlddleiovvn, Walton, Noivvlih, Oneida, Ojvvego
and all points uil,
For fuithu' information, consult tliket agents.
J. Ii. ANlnSHMlX, (!. P. A New York.
J. E. WELSH, T, P. A., Scranton, Pa.
Our line is of too
great an assortment to
enumerate, but prospec
tive Buyers will be fully
repaid by looking us
324 Lackawanna Ave.
HENRY BELIN. JR.,
Ccncrul Agent for the W'yomlr.s District for
Mining, Blnstinr, Sporting, Smokeless and the
Hepauno Chemical Compauy'3
Safety Fuse, Caps and Kxploilen. Room 401 Con
nell Building .Scrantcn.
.IOI1N D. SMITH & SON
W. E. MULLIGAN
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western.
' In Effect Nov. 3. 1001.
Trains leave Scranton tor New York At 1.40,
3.15, li.UD. 7.50 and 10.05 a. m.: Ii45, S.10, '!.:
p. m. For New York and Philadelphia 7.50,
10.03 a. iu., and 12.45 and 3.33 p. in. For Toly
lianna At li.lil p. in. For Ilutralo1.15, 0.2a and
0.00 a. in.; 1.55, 0.50 and 11.35 p. m. For lling
liamlon and way stations 10.20 a. m. and 1.10
p. m. For Oswego, Sjracuso and L'tlca 1.15 and
ii.22 a. in.; 1,55 p. in. Oswego, Syraeu-c and
Uttca train at 0.22 n. m. daily, except Sunday.
For .Moiilrote ii.UU a. m. : 1.10 and U..10 p. m.
Niclioli-on accommodation 1.00 and 0.15 p. iu,
lll'joni.-ljiirg Division For Xortliiiiiiicrl.tml, at
C.35 and 10.05 a. m.; 1.55 and (i.lO p. m. For
1'iyniouth, at M0 a. in.; 3.1(1 and 11.00 p. m.
Sunday Tramv-For New Yoilt, 1.10, 3.15, 0.03
and 10.05 a. in.; 3.40, 3.33 p. in. For IlulMlo 1.1.4
and 0.22 a. in.; 1.55, U.0 nnd 11.35 p. in. Fur
Illiislijiiiton and way stations 10.20 a. m.
IIU'om.-lmrg UlvNlon Leave Siranlon, 10.05 a.
nt. and 0.10 p. in.
New Jersey Central.
In Effect Nov. 17. 1001. ,
Stations in New York, foot of Libci ty Ftrcut
and Soutli Fciry, N. It,
Trains lcart) Scianton for New York, Philadel
phia, I'.a-toii, Bethlehem, Allentown, Maiicli
Chunk, White Haven, Ashley nnd WilUs-Bano. at
7.30 a. in., 1 p. in. and I p. in. Sunday, 2.10 p.m.
Quaker City l'.xpie-s leaves Scranton at 7.30
a. in., through solid ve-tlbnle train with Pullman
Bullet Pallor Cars, for Philadelphia.
For Avoca, Pltlston nnd Wlll.evUarre, 1 p. m.
and I p. in, Siiudty, 2,10 p. in.
For Lnni Blanch, Ocean drove, etc, 7,30 a.
in. and 1 p. m.
For Heading, Lebanon and Ilarrisburg, via Al
ii ntown, at 7.30 u. in. und 1 p, in. Sund.iv,
2.10 p. in.
For pnliKvlllo at 7,30 n. in, and 1 p. m.
For rates and tickets apply to agent at Mition.
C. M, BUItT, Ccii. Paw. gt.
W. W. WKNTZ, (ten. Supt.
Selicduln III Effect .lime 2, 1U01,
Trains leave Siranton: ()..'H a, m., week days
tliiotiili vestibule train (ruin Wilkes-Dane, Pull,
man bullet .parlor car and coaches to I'hllad.d.
phi I, via Pottsville; stops at priiii'lpil Intermit.
dlatc btatloiu. Also uaiuccts for Sunbiiry, ji.
lisburg, Philadelphia, Baltlmoic, Wasitlngton and
lor Pittdiurg ami lite west,
D.3S .1. in., week dajs, (or Sunbiiry, llarrisburg,
Philadelphia, Baltimoie, Washington and pitt.
uuig ana uie wc.-i
l.ii p. in., week days (Sundays, ,.W p. m,),
for Sunhury, Ilairlslmrg, Philadelphia, mitlmjre,
Washington and Pittsburg and the west.
3,23 p. in,, week days, lltiougli vcttlbiile train
from Wllkcs-llaire. Pullman buffet pulor car and
coaches to Philadelphia via Pottsvillc. StoiK nt
principal inteimcdlale stations.
4,27 p. in., week dats, for lladcton, Sunbuiy.
HarrUburg, Philadelphia and Pittsbtug.
J, II, HITCIIINSO.V, (Jen. Mgr.
J, l. WOOD, Ocn. Pass. Agt.
Delaware and Hudaon.
In Effect November 24, JWI.
Trains for Carbondalu leave Scranton at G.CO,
1,1X1, S.53, 10.13 a. in.; 12.00, l.', 2..'ll, 3.5.S,
0.20, 0.25, 7.57, H 15, 11.20 p. in,; 1,,'H a. in,
For lloiie-dale, 0.20, 10.13 a. in.; 2.31 and 5.20
For Vllkis-IUrre-0.33, 7.43, S. tl. 0.3S, IQ.4I
a. in.; 12 03, J, IS, 2,13, 3.2-f, 4.27, 0.10, 7.13,
10.11, 11.30 P. m. ,
For L. V. It. Ii. Polnts-O.SS, u.33 a. in,; 2.13,
1.27 and ll.SU p. in.
For Pennsylvania II. II. Points U.S3, 0.33 a.
in.; 1.4.'. 3.23 and 4.27 p in.
For Albany and all points north 0.20 a. m.
and 3.6'- p. in.
For Caihondale s.K), 11,13 u. in,; 2.SI, 3.52,
6.5i und 10.52 p. in.
For Wllkes-Barrc 0.33 a. ni.j 12.03, 1,53, 3.2$.
(!.;-2 and 8.42 p. in.
Foi Albany "ltd point? iioith 3.5J p. m.
For Iloiic-dal,' ASH J. in. und 3.52 p. m.
W. L. PllVOIt, I). P. A,, Scianton, Pa.
Erie Kallrond, Wyoming Division.
Trains lor New ori, .ten uurgn ami inlcim
diate points leave Scranton as folliws; 7,20 u.
in.,; 2.25 p. in.
Arrival 10.35 a, m. from .Middlctown. lionet
dale, ll.tulcj ani intermediate points: U.20 p. in.
Iroin New Y01K. New burgh and intermediate
pulnts. No Suuday trains.
By a recent act of the legisla
ture, free tuition is now granted
State Normal School
to all those preparing to teach.
This Fchool maintains courses
of study for teachers, for those
preparing for college, and for
those studying music.
It will pi to write for particulars.
No other school offcis suih superior ad
vantages at such low rates. Address
J. P. Welsh, A. H., Ph. D.,PrJa.
SCRANTON CORRESPONDENCE S0H0Di3,
T. J. Foster, President. Llmer II. Law-all, 1'reti.
R. J. Foster, Stanley P. Allen,
Vice President. Secretary.
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Booms I and?, Com'lth Q'l'd'j.
lining and Blasting
Urate at Mooaloaud Uuih 11 Worm,
LAPLIN RAND POVVOQR CO.'S
ORANQE QVN POWDER
m.-etrlo Battarlei, Klsotrla lOiolu Uti,
xplodln blaiti, tiafaty Fuuaai
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ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS,
QlVO ATLANTIS HOTEL NO ANNSX
Virtflnia Ate, and lleach, Atlmuio City, S. J,
SUtU year; 3iu hcautiful iouiiu ciinulte, singla
s:id Willi liath; hot und cold gca'tvatcr Lathi
In hotel and unncx, Loiation select and central,
within few urdi of (lie Steel Plir. Orcliotra.
Dilira fiu.ljl tiirliitr rates, tli to S15 by week;
f2.60 up by day Special rates to families. Coachfu
meet til mini.
Write lor booklet.
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