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THE SCRANTON TBIBUNE-THUKSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1802.
BIO TUNNEL THROUGH QUA
It Was Driven for tlio PurpoBo of
Draining nil of tho Coxo Collieries
In the Anthracite Basin South of
Hazicton The Plans Were Drawn
by tho Late Eckloy B. Coxe In
1884 Makeup of tho D., L. & W.
Board Manufacture of Coal Tar
Colors In Germany.
A tunnel r.00 reet In lenctli, C feet
wide unci 7 feet In height hus Just been
completed under Quukuke mountain
that will drain nil the Coxo works on
the anthracite basin lying south ot
Hazicton. This contract wan com-mr-nred
on Dec. 12, ISM. Tho projector
of the tunnel was tho lato Kcltlcy B.
Coxe, whoso heirs have faithfully car
ried out his plans.
Mr. Coxo conceived and drew up the
planst and Riierlllcntlontt for tho tunnel
In 18S4, hut owing to tho condition that
prevailed nt that time It was Impossi
ble to secure an outlet for tho tunnel
In Quakako valley, many of tho farmers'
refusing to dlwposc of their land. These
landowners later made concessions to
Coxe Bros. & Co. that allowed the woik
to be commenced In 1S0S.
The tunnel is driven from the lowest
portion of the Coc works in Beaver
Meadow and will drain all the collieries
of that company, which had heietofore
been kept dry by pumps.
Tho tunnel was commenced on both
sides of lhu mountain, one entrance bo
liiff at Heaver Meadow and tho other
near the town of Quakako. In cutting
through, the mountain the tunnel tapped
several small seams of coal. None of
these were more than a few Inches
thick, but may later lead to veins that
have not yet been worked.
The original plans would have taken
the tunnel another course, but In order
to determine tho value of the coal In
the Quakako mountain the hole was
driven so that the route was direct.
This involved a difficult engineering
problem, which, however, was success
To connect all tho Heaver Meadow
collieries with the No. ! slope, which
is tapped by the tunnel, other holes will
have to bo driven, and one of those,
from tho No. 2 slope, will be a gigantic
task in itself. Tills sub-tunnel will lie
more than 1,500 feet in length, and will
bo the important conuccthiK link with
nil tho workings of Coxe Bros. & Co.
This tunnel will bo of especial value
in developing veins of coal that are ypt
untouched in that region, as In the
proposed path are those seams that it
lias heretofore been impossible to icach.
Tho effect or tho completion of the
tunnel will bo tar reaching and of great
benefit, as hereafter it will be impossi
ble for an inundation of the mines to
occur, ns recently occuricd in that re
gion. The use of sixteen pumps will lie
dispensed with, and the saving in fuel,
workmen's wages and lepair will in a
few years go far tow aid recompensing
Coxe Bros. & Co. for the extensive out
lay in constructing tho tunnel.
The workings of A. K. Van 'Wieklp,
which arc adjacent to tho Coxe collier
ies, will ultimately bo drained by the
tunnel, as that in time the entire sur
l.icc drainage at present in operation
will be discarded.
Only one fatal accident marked the
construction of tho bis tunnel. A
driver boy was caught between a cat
and the timber and so badly squeezed
that he died.
Make-Up of the Board for Today.
Following is the make-up of tho
llelawore, Lackawanna and 'Western
board for today:
Wild Cils, i:ast S p. m., II. lloheily; 10 p. in.,
(Jeurgc Thomas; II p. in,, J. A. Hush.
Wild Cats, fcast 1.30 p. in., II. fi. Hamnillt;
4 a. in., John HaMer; G a. in., CI. W. Hurt; G a.
in., Hobokcu, II. J. I.arlcin; S a. in., llobnkcn, II.
) fillllKon; 10 ii. in., T. Ht.'p.itrkk; It a. in.,
J. I Ilurkhart; 'J p. in., llobokon, W. .1. Mosier;
6 p. in., O. W. KlUgnald; 0 p. in,, M. J. llcnno
pan. Summits, L"tc n. in., .1. Cariics; S .i, in.,
i'roiintclker; 10 u. in., Nichols; 11 u. in., V. Mc
Allister; 1! p. in., J. J. Munay, TliompMiii'.i crew;
(i p. in., J. Ilcnucgan; 8 p. m., M. Golden.
1'iislicrs 0 a. in., Lattiinrt; 7 a. in,, I'liincity;
R a. m., Houser; 11.43 a. in.. Mor.in; ) p. in., (
Hartholoracw; 7.30 p. in., Jluiphy; a p, in., V.
II. Il.irtholomcw; 10 p. in., I. ampin;.-.
Willi Cats, Wet 3 a. in., C. lilngslc); i a.
u., Domlicnii; 10 a. in,, 11. (.'.istnci; 11 a. in,, W.
A. Uaitholonicw; ti p. in., C'aiiiiody; I p. m,, ,1,
J. O'Haraj 0 p. in,, O. llandolpli; 11 p, in., 1
I'.isarnser Engines 7 a. in,, fiafinc ; 7 a. in.,
J I. McDonnell; 10 ,i, in., Xainniu; 10 .1, in., I'. K.
5ecoi; 0.13 p. in,, Manton; i.SO p. in., Mctioum,
flrakemon John Smith and It. (iihhous will re
port at tialnmaster'd office.
This and That.
It Is reported that tho Chesapeake
ind Ohio are negotiating for the pur
haso of tho coal properties along Its
line to consolidate them on a similar
plan recently carried out by the Nor
folk and Western In tho Pocahontas
Tho British cruiser Arrogant is now
being equipped to burn petroleum in
her six boilers. As soon as the work
Is completed tho vessel will sturt on a
long cruise, wltli a view of making a
thorough practical test of tills form
A 11 nn nt Cardiff, AVales, Is about to
start u new steamer to trado with coal
from Australia to tho west coast of
America, und general cargo to Chi
nese ports. This Is the Mercedes, 7,000
tons, stated to be tho llnest collier
The London Engineer says that tho
Joint capital of the six largest manu
facturers of coal-tar colors In Ger
many amounts to $12,500,000. Tliey em
ploy together about COO chemists, ,1.10
engineers and other technologists,
1,300 business managers, clerks, trav
elers, etc., nnd more than 18,000 work
people, Compured with such figures as
these the English color manufacture
assumes Insignificant proportions. Tho
total capital Invested in the trado In
Kligland probably does not exceed $2,
E00.C00. The Yledomostl, of St. Petersburg,
Js responsible for the statement that
Mr, Berlslawskl. a Russian mining
engineer, recently discovered extensive
deposits of ozokerite (mineral was) In
tho extreme north of Finland. The
deposits are situated along the bed of
the Kemlokl Itiver, and the ozokerite
is said to be extremely rich in paraflln.
I'p to tho present time, ozokerite has
chiefly been rained In Gallcla. Mr.
Berlslawakt is preparing a report on
tho deposits for the Society of ItUsslan
Mining Engineers of HI. Petersburg.
During tho week oftlcial hnnounco
incnt was made of tho Intention ot the
Lako Shore railroad to reconstruct Its
lino from Tdungstown to Ashtabula,
both In Ohio. This road was built for
tho purpose of hauling ore to tho Pitts
burg mills and carrying coal to tho
lakes. It Is lilted with heavy grades,
and the company will build a lino on a
low grade basis. Tho old lino Is sixty
three miles long, but Iho now one will
cut tho distance down to fifty-eight
miles, and bo nn even grade nlr route.
The now survey crosses tho old road
ut two places, Dorset und Lattlnior. It
strikes the old road at Urooklleld, near
Yottngstown, and nt Plymouth, nenr
Ashtabula. But little of the old track
can bo used, und virtually a now road
will be built.
AC'ADHMV lloclitei-ailmey company,
noon and night,
SI'AII -'I he llltf Seiu.it Inn 1JiiiK-jMirr, Alter
noon aiul night.
At the Academy Yestorduy.
The Academy of Millie held two Uutc audi
ences jctcnhiy who wlliics-cd "'Iho Indian," a
inclodr.iiiii undo f.unotn hy l.cv.li Moirlion and
"'Iho- Woman In Ul.icK," nn up-to-date drama
dealing with politic; and hjimotl-ui. Cie.it i-pc-cIiIIIm
uerc Intiodurcd between tho nets.
The Mil for Ihla afteinuon will Ik '"I lie sign
ot the ( iiicilW," a JlU'sl.m inelodriirt.i, and to
hIrIH the company will present Dion llouccl
(.lull's "Kathleen Miuiuinccii." Ilesldes the
nhoc mentioned plajs the management will of
fer it cnrlain-raler fiom the pen of II. T. Sweet,
the will kiumii local writer.
"Il.nli.iia riletehle," tho gieat CI) do Pitch
pin), Willi a beautiful uulig actress, l'rancei
(Jaunt, ill the leading- role, will he the attrac
tion at the I.jcciun Siturdiy afternoon and night.
The play is highly llatorcd with the tcinpcttioin
limes of the Civil w.ii. It contains n love story
of cMiaoidinaiy huin.ui iuteiegt and the neiies
aie full of action, fine sentiment and dramatic
fctrrngth. Tho sentimental Fcenc.s are lelicwl
by comedy, and the piece It known to rontuin
the elements that plcao the majority of plai-
goers. Tho v.uious i.cenr"i require an extemne
(ccnlc outlay wliieli is carried by the coiupiuy
in special cirs,
Then- are tome big -cencs which co with tin
gieitot intlitiiiiiMii Midi a) the military par.id"
pidt Ilaibai.i rrlckhie's home .hrn Stonewall
lad-son's troops mal.e ,1 tiemcndi'iis cliinnr
oer the display of Hie 1'nlon Hag fiom the
I'rletihie b.ih ony. Neatly 300 people hate at
times appealed In this ".icne and it is spoken of
as (he most rITective massing of l'mli-Hulls that
Iheitcr goirs li.ne eer wllnwoed. Sale of seals
open tliii morning at 0 o'clock.
Vogel's Minstrel Company.
Xel Mnndiv nening niarln. the thinl anniiil
appeai.mcp of John W. Vogel's htg minstrels
.it tin- l.ueuni thi'jtcr. Aillnir llighy. who ha
one of the prim ii; I end', N one of lli nint
anuHlng indiWdiialitit.s is.i.iid umnologue,
wliile liis (oinpagiiuii dc lovag, Chirld, Cann,
in a nni.ilul wnse and In a rUllde Colt ot way
is fully up to llie uiorl..
Ilie e.il lontuiceiil contains a stupliKige oi
beautiliil inlu-s. If such a thln weri j-ni-itilc,
while tlic olio is in nje up of Mich featmo am
as1 the O'lliirn troupe ot acrobat, Itouletli',
pintoiniinie down juggler; Loighton mil I.elle
ton, mitduatora and the only pti.diKeis of
"Haginc," .1 new and dellglitiul terp-.iihoiein
noiellj ; McCoy and liino, hiuironii' in-t rtniicii-tali-t..
and Don Cordon, triik i-jcle ,id")t.
Faversham in "A Boyal Itiv.il."
'I lie lorinni theatir will hate an atti.iction
net Tue.iil.iv night when Williim 1'aiei-lum
v. Ill make his flirt appeal. nice in this city as
WILLIAM rAVi;itSIIAM IN "A UOVAL ItlVAL."
a star in the new romantic play by (,'eiald ilu
Manrler entitled "A ltoyal ltival," in which he
lecently closed a biilliaul (iigageuiPiit of mom
than one hunihcd nights at tliu (.'rlteilon theater,
New Yoik. As the heio, Don ('.Kin do lla7.an,
Mr, I'.umlum has a inle that brings out all the
graces of lib peisonalitj, the finest quality of
liid ait and his inteuio power as a iciuantio ac
tov. The company and pioductlon will be the tame
here as during the New Yolk iuii. The ciat in
cludes Miss Julie Opp, the gifted actiess who is
legatdcd as one of the handsomest women on lhu
sluge; Kdwln l-tceus (of tlio Kinpiio Theater
compani), 1'rliiee I.loyd, Smtz lMnaid, James
Keaiucy, . I.. Jclenko, Joseph Webei, Itayiuond
Chase, ML-s Maggie II, 1'1'Ikt and Miss Claire
McDowell, The sale of nuts opens ut the hot of
fice S.ituul.iy inoinhis at f o'clock,
A Demand of tho Public.
Tho public demand good plajs, pioprrly pro
diictd with appioprlate sceneiy, they demand
intelligent acting, accurate costuming, and tho
iutioductinn of ,ittractle singing and dancing;
in short, they demand a stugj production that ap
peal both to the eye and car and lint has the
worth of artUtlc merit,
TI1U1 Is Jiut what Jeio flrady is giilns to the
public tliii season, Ills company, dining tho
past fie seasons hate won an cmlablc record,
praised by tho pnss throughout New Knsland,
whcie they have a largo clientele. The com
pany is numerically and artistically strong, an I
they also present tomo ot the best artUts 011 the
Mr. f.'rady presents In this city at the Aeadeiny
of Music for one week beginning next Monday
evening, Die Hankie C.iipentcr rompany, at
prices that are within the reach of all. Tlu
repertoire will lie found In the adtcitlslnir rob
umns ot this paper.
Illancho NaMi recently produced in New Or.
leans an emotional draini entitled "l.a Made
blue," the work ot II, W. J, Ham, the news
paper man who was loponilblo for the "Queen
of Urilllants." lliporu from tha Credent oity
eay that the piece was well received.
Itobtit llanttll has been barred out 0! New
York statu for the past ten J ears on account o(
nou-3)iiU'iit oi alimony 10 his first wife, who
secured u divorce fiom him, This alimony I114
reached a Urge sum, but Mr, Maulell's manager
lias ttfectcd a compromise, and the actor will
once more appear at a Ilroadway theater.
Henry E. Dlxey bis at last managed to please
the patrons ot the London music lulls, lie re
cently concluded a four weeks' engagement, and
Ills success wai o great that lie was re-engaged
(or eight weeks more. He lias introduced bis old
turn, which is well known in this country, but
it was new to the English people and went witu
filV i '
'VhU ..anftnre U SS T lot c! Kb &MWt
1 flYntivp. RrnmnOuinine Tabiu
rnnrtr S gurc" CflIfl -tmatt fva
REWARD OP MERIT,
A Now Catarrh Curo Secures Nation
al Popularity In less Than Ono
Throughout a Kieat nation of eighty
million it Is a desperate Htrugglr- to
seetiro even a recognition for a new
article to say nothing ot achieving
popular favor, and yet within ono year
Stuart's Catarrh Tablets, tho new cat
arrii cure, has met with such success
that today It can bo found In every
drug store throughout tho United
States and Canada,
To bo sure a largo amount of ad
vertising was necessary In the first In
stance to bring the remedy to the at
tention of the public, but everyone fa
miliar with tho subject knows that
advertising alono never made any ar
ticle permanently successful. It must
have in addition absolute, undeniable
merit, and this the new catarrh cure
certainly possesses In a marked de
gree. Physicians, who formerly depended
upon Inhalers, sprays and local washes
or ointments now use Stuart's Catarrh
Tablets because, as ono of the most
prominent sluleil, these tablets contain
In pleasant, convenient form all the
really ellleient catarrh remedies, such
as rod gum, blood root and similar an
tiseptics. They contain no cocaine nor opiate,
and are given to little children with
entire safety and benefit.
Dr. J. J. Ueltlger, of Covington, TCy.,
says: "I suffered from catarrh in my
head and throat every fall, with stop
page of the nose and irritation in the
throat affecting my voice and often
extending to- tho stomach, causing ca
tarrh of the stomach. I bought a fifty
cent package of Stuart's Catarrh Tab
lets! at my druggist's, carried them in
my pocket and used them faithfully,
and the way in which they cleared my
head and tin oat was certainly remark
able. I had no catarrh last winter
and spring and consider myself entire
ly free from any catarrhal trouble."
Mrs. Jerome Kllison, of Wheeling, W.
Va., writes: "I suffered from catarrh
nearly my wlioli- life nnd last winter
my two childien akso suffered from
catarrhal cnlrls and sure throat so
much they were out of school a large
portion of the winter. My brother who
was cured of catarrhal deafness by us
ing Sluurt'H Catarrh Tablets urged me
to try them so much that 1 did so ami
am truly thankful for what, they have
done for myself and my children. 1
always keep a box of the tablets In
the house and at the llrst appearance
of a cold or sore throat we nip it in
tin- bud and catarrh is no longer a
household allliclion with us."
Full sized packages of Stuart's Ca
tarrh Tablets arc old for fifty cents
at all druggists.
Send for book nn cause and curo of
catarrh mailed free. Address, V. A.
Stuart Co., Marshall, Mich.
Concluded from Page 5.
Fifth dMrlct Jilin McCullough, Wallace Hur
gess, Daniel Crten.
l'irst district It. J. Edwards, S. II. r.obinson,
C. W. Pllknun.
l'ointh distiitt Thomas H. Dais, ,1. M. Har
ris, William Powell.
Tirst district-Luther Thomas, William C. Will
Jams, William II. Evans.
Heiond district Thomas II. Pal, John SI. liar
lis. William Powell.
fourth district L. Davie, Thomas O. Williams,
t ITFTII WAIID.
Vir-,t ilistiift-JaniM Phillips, W. A. Paine,
O. II. Car.-on.
Soiond dtluet Howell Harris, Ciwllym Jonsi,
W. E. Johns.
l'irst district W. A. Stanton, Edwaid Council,
TW11I disti let David Harris, William D. Mor
gans, ltiese Anthony.
Tirst district W. A. Itaub, Joseph (irceiihurg,
Second dlslrlct-W, S. Millar, E. T, Dals,
John J, Monls.
Kirst district W. S. Ilaitlctt, (,'coige Wolf, E.
Second district WllllJin IIe.,s, Matt llobllng,
Third district-lion. James Moir, J. Scott In
glis, W. J. Kami.
l'irst district-Oscar S. ltldgway, V, Ilulfedl,
Second district E. A, Wcnjcl, itudolph nueit
zll, E. 1". Ilcjnolds,
l'irst dlstilct, Charles ltoss, Henry Iloetchrr,
Second district-William P. Henslln, Philip
SchacfTcr, I'. Schumann.
Tirst district William Thompson, Hairy Da.
s, Jacob Klcfer.
becond distrltt Louis, Wcntzel, Hcniy Cojle,
l'irst dMrlct I). U, Watson, Walter Sjku,
.Second district O. II. fiardner, II. b. Hurdle!,-,
C. T. Slack.
Thiid cllstrict-O. S. I.utr, Lewis V. Lewis,
1'lrst district V, C. Vosburg, Thomas Jef
frey, John Moid,
Second district , Y. Williami, Charles
AcUr, Atamanu I'orttr.
first district-Palmer L. Williams, Daniel Har
ris, El ed Eiuiu.
Second distiiet John II. Fellows, Tied It.
Leber, Williams Coilesi.
Kirst district J, A, Shllfer, Simon Segal, Jo
First dUtrlct-E. T. Hall, II, W. Allen, II. C.
Second district Itobeit J. Hjj', John T.
Howe end Samuel II. Stevens.
Third district Elmer Kaufman, Fred Zizelinan,
Ur.l,rt P. Knbl.
K T IS USELESS to remind you that this store W
W I carries the best grade of goods iu Scranton. It Si
w is also useless to say that when we cut prices W
0 one-half you are getting a good garmcut for a
i.a little money. W
To Clean Out Our Stock
So will offer the following prices on the balance
of our stock,
Raglans and Newmarkets that woio $10 are cut to $ 5.00
Raglans nnd Newmarkets that were 15 are cut to 7.50
Raglans nnd Newmarkets that were 20 are cut to 10.00
Rnglans nnd Newmarkets that were 25 nre cut to 12.50
42-inch Jnckets thnt wero ?10 nre cut to ? 5.00
42-inch Jackets that were 12 nre cut to 6.00
42-inch Jackets that wero 15 nre cut to 7.50
42-inch Jackots that were 20 are cut to 10.00
42-inch Jackets thnt were 25 nre cut to 12.50
27-in. Box Jnckets, Newest effects that were. $10 nre cut to $5.00
27-in. Box Jackets, Newest effects that were. 12 nre cut to 6.00
27-in. Box Jnckets, Newest effects that were. 15 nre cut to 7.50
27-in. Box Jackets, Newest effects that were. 20 arc cut to 10.00
27-in. Box Jackets, Newest effects that were. 25 nre cut to 12.50
,Hi This lot consists in part of the
ur.,iu:. t i,-f f- !.... i a
iidmiui; iav.i-.gw 101 ocvjuc
g 324 Lackawanna Avenue
S Take Elevator.
Delaware nnd Hudson.
In KtTect Xouinlw-r "I, 1DH1.
Train' for Carlinndalc Icaie bei.inlun at D.'jn,
S.IKl. S.S3, HUS a. 111.: liOO, l.C'l. 2.34, 8.5J,
j.'H, 11.2.",, T..'.7. O.l.'i, 11. UO p. 111.; l.:il a. 111.
l'or Honcsdale-u.iO, lU.Hia. 111.; 2M and O.'JD
For Vi'ilkM-Barre-ii ". 7.11!. 8.41, nss. ion
a. 111.; 12.0.1, 1.12, 2.1S, 3.2S, 1.27, 0.10, 7.1!;,
10.11, 11.M0 p. m.
Tor U . 1!. II. Points ti.SS, O.-TS a. 111.; 2.19,
4,27 and 11.30 p. in.
Tor ronns.viwnla II. K. 1'oints O.IIS, U.SS a.
m. ; 1.42, H.2S and 1.27 p. ill.
l'or Alluny and all iwinti north 0.20 a. in.
and ::.f2 11. in.
l'or Cavl'ondalc. S.30, 11.31 a. m.; 2.31, S.S2,
S.o'i and 10.5J p. 111.
tor WIIkM-Barrc 0.3S a. 111.; 12.03, 1.5S, 3.28,
C.32 and S.I2 . 111.
Kor Albany and polnli 1101II1 3.52 p. m.
Tor Hone-dale 8.60 a. 111. and J1.B2 p. 111.
W. I.. l'KYOH, 1). 1. A., Scranton, I'a.
New Jersey Central.
In Effect Nov. 17, 1001.
Stations in Xcw York, foot of Llbeity 6trcet
and South Ferry, X. 15.
Trains leave Scranton for Xcw York. Philadel
phia, Kaston, Bethlehem, Allcmoun, Mauch
l.'huiik, White Haven, Ashley and Vt'ilkcs-Uaue at
T.SOa. in., 1 p. in. and 4 p. in. Sunday, 2.10 p. in.
Juaker City I'Apiesi leaiw Scranton at 7.30
a. in., through solid wstlbulc train with Pullman
Hutlet Parlor Oars,, for Philadelphia.
l'or Aoca, I'itnlon and WHUcs-Ilarre, 1 p. ni.
Olid 4 p. n, Sundiy, 2.10 p. m.
l'or Long Ilranuli, Ocean Clrove, etc., 7.30 a.
ni. and 1 p. ni.
Tor Iteadinjt, Lebanon and Harrlshurt. la AI
lcntown, at 7.30 a. ni. and 1 p. in, hunday, 2.10
l'or Pottfrtllie at T.30 a. ni. and 1 p. ni.
l'or laics and tickets upplv to asent at station.
C. M. UL'ItT, Oen. Pass. Agt.
V. V. WBXTZ. ficn. Supt.
nmrrcKXTii w.n'. c
.lolm M, llcuunioiit, Udnaid WiUlauia, Ilemy
l'irst tlUtilct (,'corBO Wlitli, Jr William Ham.
mer, l.ewl.H Schwas-.
Second district Jacob Mantz, Charles Dies,
injr, (leorec Xape.
Third district Jacob liupc-nthal, 1'red Webber,
rourth district John Btelnmctn, Nicholas Hip
pie, William Nicholas.
l'irst dWiict-CharlcsiSinirell, John I,. Sill
llian, Alonzo llubbhrd,
Second district C. K, Kloss, Jfaitln Card, Trcd
Third district-Thomas C.iitlitlis, Arthur Q.
Hewitt, Paul Slioitm.
l'irst district Kdivurd Hcti, Lot I.udwlp;, rr.
Second district John Q, Xlcliol,on, John Jen
kins, Job Whitehomc.
Directors for Water Companies
Were Chosen Yesterday.
Tho Htockliolder.s of tho Jloosle Moun
tain and Spring Hrook "Water conipiin
les met yeslerclay In tho olllcos ot Col
onel li. A. WatreH anil electeil the fol
lowing board of directors; I,. A. AVat
res, C, D. Simpson, Abruin Neabltt, T.
II, "Watktns, Hamuel T, Petora,, Jlorgnn
B. WlllIaniB, J, Ilogers Maxwell, Wil
liam P. Ilullstoail, acoiBo P. Bnker,
John AVelles UoIIeuback, llobert C
Organlzittlon will be effected at tho
next regular meeting.
Annual Meeting of Dumnore E. L.
H. & P. Co.
The following tllreclois wero yes
terday chosen by the atolkholders ot
the Dunmorc Electric Light, Heut and
Power company: M. W, Collins, ii, Ml
llallsteail, K. M. Stack, II. A. Knapp.
Y. P. MijGee. M. J. Murray, C. D.
Manley, John Conrey and A. L. Snow
den. The directors met afterwards and
elected M, W. Collins as president und
E. M. Stack as secretary and treasury.
was never offered to the
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western.
In Kffict Nov. 3. I'JOI.
Tr.iim Ic.im- LiMiitnn fur New oik At 1.10,
3.13. U.U."). 7.50 and lO.cj a. in.; 12. II. 3.10. 3.:;:
I p. 111. l'or Now York- and Philadelphia 7..W,
. 1U.0 a. 111., and 12.13 and 3X3 p. in. I'nr 'loin-
haniia At ci.in p. 111. lor liunalo l.li. n. aim
i.oo a. 111.; I..V1, 0..ri0 and II. W p. 111. l'or III111;
hainlon und way (talion 10.20 a. ni. and I. Id
p. 111. I'oi O-iwoiro, raciiM anil UtU-a l.n and
n.22 a. in.; l.V fi. 111. (I.wro, t-.iiariiM' and
I'tic.i tiain at 0.22 .1. 111. diil.i, oiopt hmiiljy.
l'or .Montio-,e 0.00 n. 111.; 1.10 and 0..J0 p. 111.
NiohoUon aiconnnodation 1.00 and 0.15 p. 111.
Dlooimlninr Division l'oi Xnitliuinliciland, .it
6.3", and 10.IIJ a. in.; 1.55 and 0.10 p. in. l'or
Plymouth, at 8.10 0. 111.; 3.10 and !.U0 p. 111
Sunday Tiains l'or iuw York, 1.10, .1.1.", li ft.i
nnd lO.O'J 11. 111.; .1.10, ::.:rt p. 111. l'or lluirilo
1.15 and C.2Z a. 111.; 1.55, 0.50 and 11.35 p. 111.
l'or lllnsii'imton and way stations 10.20 a. 111.
Illooinsliuipr UiWslon Leave Scranton, 1005 a.
ni. and CIO p. m.
Schedule in Effect June 2, 1001.
Trains leaie Scranton: 0.38 n. in., week day?,
through vestibule train from Wilkes-Darre. Pull
man buffet parlor car and coaches to Philadel
phia, la Pottsvllle; blops at pilncipal interme
diate station?. Also connects for Simbury, Ilar
lisliurfr, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and
for Pittsbutg and the west.
fl.38 a. m., week days, for Sunbury, UarrUbuitr,
Philadelphia, Daltlmoie, Washington and Pitts
burfr and the west.
1.42 p. in., week dais (Snndajn, 1.53 v. in.),
for Sunbiiiy, IlarriMiurs;, Pliikuielphia, Daltlniorc,
Washliuton and Pittburs and the weit.
3.2S p. in.,' week davs, tlunuirh ccitlljiilc lialn
from Wilkes-Banc. I'iiIIiimii buflet pallor car
and cmc la's in l'liiladelphia ia Pult-.vllle. Slops
at piiuelpal intermediate stations.
1.27 p. in., week das, for llaloion, Sunhiiry,
liaiiUburs, Plilljdelplila anJ l'llt.-buie.
.1. 11. lll"U'UINSO. (len. Slur.
.1. II. W0O11, (len. I'.iss. Act.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
in i:nvci, Nov. s, loot,
Trains lc.nc Scranton.
Tor Philadelphia and New Wl; Wa D. k II.
H. It., at 0.38 and 0.33 a. in., and 2.18, 1.27
(Hlack Diamond U.pie), and ll.S'J p. m. Sun
daiB, D. & II. It. It., 1.38, S.27 p. in.
l'or White llaien, Hazicton and pilncipil points
In tin- coal legions, i.l I). & II. It. It., 0.38, 2.13
and 1.27 p. in. Kor Pottsvllle, 0.33 a. in,, 2.1S
I'pr nethlehein, Uaston, Itenllntr, Harrhliur?,
and principal intermediate station.. li D. &: II.
li. It., II.SS, 0.J3 a. in.; '.MS. 127 (Mails Dla
innnil i:prej), 11.30 p. m. hiindJ j a, 1. & II.
I!. It,, 11.38 a. in.; l.fo. S.27 p. in.
l'or Tunkhinnock, Tonaiuli. I'.Imlra. llhica,
(ieneva nnd principal iiiteimcdlate Ktatiuns, ,U
1).. L. and W. It. It.. 8. Id a. in. and .ViO p. in.
For ficneva, Ilochestcr, HiilTalo, Xiafc'ir.i I'jlln,
Chlcaiio und all ioIiit e-.t, la II. k II. It, It.,
7.8, 12.0.1 a. in,; 1.1.'. 3.28 (Mack Diamond K.
pre.,), 7.1S, 10.11. 11.30 p. in. Sundajo, 1). .: II.
It. It., 12.0.1, 8.27 p. in.
Pullinsn parlor and sleeping or L'hlcli Valley
Parlor car.-, on nil trains between Wilkcs-llmro
and New ork, Philadelphia, Iluflalo und Su..peii.
ItOLLIN II. WlUlCIt, Gen, Supt., 2(1 Cortland
meet, New York.
ClIAltl.KS S. I.i:i:. (Jen. Pass. Ast., 3fl Cortland
slicet, Xew Yoik.
A. W. XONIIMAOIIlllt. DIv. I'J3i. Ast., South
l'or tickets and Pullman reservations apply to
city liiket oltiie, CO Public Sipiaie, Wllkcb-llarie,
New York, Ontario nnd Western,
III L'tlcit Tuewlay, 8ept. 17, 1001.
Leiin Le.ivo Arrive
Trains, Scranton. Catboudale, Cjcla-lJ.
Xo, 1 lO.SOa, in, 11.10 J. in l.OOp.tn.
No, 7 U.lOp. in. Ar. 1 atlioiidaloO.10 p. in.
Laiu l.iuui Ariliu
Tralni. Cadotla. Carbomlile. Scranton,
No. li ,, 7lMa.ni. 7.10 n. in.
No. 2 '.Mii. in. 1 00 p. ni. 4. to i. in.
SUNDAYS U.MA, XOII'lll IIOIND.
Leaie l.eavu Arrive
Tialiu, S union. Ciubondalc. Cadoaia.
No. II ,, MJOa. m. 0.10 p. in. 10.15.1, in.
No. 3 7.00 p. ni. Ar. ('Jihoniljlv7.10i. in.
MH'Tii HOI M).
Leave l.eaio Arriio
Trains. I'adoela. ('.ulioudali'. .HUntim.
Xo. u 7.00 a. in. 7.10.1. m.
No. 10 1.30 p. in. C.Oil p. in, 0. 1.1 p. in.
Tialiu No. I on week Uj. und I) on .Suiida.ir,
nuke main Una iH.nncitlons for New York city,
Mldd'etnwn, Walton, Norwich, Oneida, U,wigo
ami all poiuU wot,
For fin ilit-r liiloiiiution ecu Jill t lie Lot utciit.
J. ('. AXHKIOO.V. (I. P. ., New Yolk.
"J. r. WKI.SII, T. P, A.. M-untuii, Pa.
Erie naijroad, Wyoming Dlvioion,
Tialiu for Xcw Yoik, Newburch and interme
diate point) U'.iic Scranton as follows: 7.20 a.
m. ; 2.ii p. in.
Airiiuks 10.S5 a. ni. from Mlddletouu. Hones
dale, llawley and intcimedlate points. 0.20 p. in.
front Xew York, Ntwbmcji and iuieimcdlate
points. No Sunday (rains.
I The J. A. Banister Co.,
I Proprietors of .
Will close their store in this city
J at the expiration of their present
J lease, which occurs shortly, and
J with this end in view have inaugu-
l rated a great
The Newark Shoe Store's Reputation
for "Good Shoes" is so firmly established
that it is unnecessary to say anything
about the quality of the Newark stock,
except that, owing to the recent business
depression caused by unsettled labor con
ditions, the stock is much larger than
usual, in fact, so large that we can pro
vide A-l shoe bargains for all who will
take advantage of this great "Closing Out
Sale" at the following prices.
$7 00 Shoes Jit
(29 S3 SB 52 SS S9 S 35 C3
430 to 4S5
N. Ninth Street,
Telephona Call, 3333.
13 Intcreitiid and should know
MARVEL Wlilrllno Spray
ii :tvr- vk-
' tivHttnil .Vui-ciou. Ileit -"ii
Ckl MOM l OIlTeiNCill
A.W wur uibsUt (or II.
.iia in,, uccrpinu
othr. hue kfiul Mlauili for It
luftivieil Uio.-x.lfl.lt wtwi
fitl lUillculiiirintul tlitc-i'lloiiitn-
'iln.iJ.ii' ro IiIIpi. Ml tltVri.4'0..
K 00 ' 5 00 1 50 " 1 35 0
I ;j oo .a 50 J" 8UC
y 2 50 " " 2 10 75c " " 60c
g 2 00 " " 1 05 50c " " 42c fi
o a i JiM i cjrTmm&4 - . ;
" I ' XV B J?- f ff Slff Ml (3 MR BT ES. B 4616? M
IbvVJr Dld You 0ct yH Piece? p
?flM Somebody ate one hundred million pieces of NONE SUCH BtcJk!
Se Mince Pic last year, for we sold ten million packages of Bv8$w '
m MlNCF MF AT 8 ''
liS5jffl and as each ten-cent package makes two pics, that means RiVfi'V i
WiWm Twenty Million Mime Pies. Irl
&r3 Kacli pie made (at least) fivepicces tint means one hundred IKKiftjj
iflt'ft'ia million "cuts," or a little mom than a fellie to every man, IKSJlS
jViSffl w omau and child in the United States. KfcfKKB
ftSSs Did 5 ou Ket i"'Pecef 1 '
LWfAvfj l'orsalehy eery ff?odBrocrrat iflcfilsapickicf. lVrfcctf ir fm't rate COJlkl '
TCjb'ilJv! or fruit piiUilIn J. lieclpef oncverypickac. aluabls premium list cucloctl. u5ji7i
Mi MERRELL-SOULE CO., Syr&cuso, N. Y. WM .
r r i f
i ill 8 aKjfp
iTT e A
HopiiiCjJ9, Times Bdi., Neiv Vert
sit nn ii ryx u!inno .if ciircn Ik
c vrw ..-). iff kjjiuo m .l uu v
K S 32" S) B 'O,
By a recent act of tho leglsla
ture, free tuition Is now jrranted
at the '
State Normal School
to all those prcparhiB to tpach.
This school maintains courses
ot study for teachers, for those
prcparliiu for collese, ana for
those studying music.
It will PIV lo write for partlculmn.
Xo other fihool ofl'cis mcli iiiperior id
riotcsci t tucU low rati. Addrcii
J.P.WolsS, A.M., Ph. DP1ia.
B0HANTON C0BRE6P0NDEN0E S0H00U.
T. J, Foster, Prcideiit, Hliner II. Ijwill, lreiv
It. J. foster, btauley P, Allra,
Vlco President. Secretiry,