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THIS SUUAJNTOiN TlUBUNli-.l''lUlAl, .JAJNXAMl' IT, VM2.
HEAKiNas Before the super
Cooper AgnlnBl the City of Scranton,
Edgar and Roynoltls Against Cal
lender, Replogle Against Singer,
Tcck and Others Against Council,
Totter and Others Agiilnst the
Scranton Railway Company, Lowln
Against Pnull, and an Appeal In
Klght T.iiokttwiiinin onuoti wcro uiKiieil
liefore tho Huiierlnr court yustc-rilny,
li'ttvlng clovpii yet to ho hunrd.
Tim misok iu'rupi! yestorilay wcro
Ocorso Oooiicr iiKiilnst tho City oC
million, nppollaiit; Jlullc TC. lSilgnr
against C. N. Callcudur, imprllant; O.
F. Riynoldn against C. N. Culloiulur,
tippullunt; 1). 1'. Replnglc against .Tuno
I-. Singer, appellant; a. U Peck, trus
tor, et nl., appellants, against Wlllitm
Council; In re Condemnation of tho
Fuctoryvlllo and Ablngton Turnpike.
II. AV. Nortliup, nppellnnt; Georgo AV.
Totter et nl appellants, against tlu
Scranton Railway Company; Charles
I.i'uln against Martini Y. Paull, admin
The cusp of. Cooper against thp elty
was argued by ox-Jmlgo K. X. Wlllaril
for thu appellee, and City Solloltor
George 51. Watson for the appellant. It
is a suit growing out oC the alleged
faulty construction ol the Fourteenth
ward sewer. The plaintiff recovered for
damages iloue his property on Klghth
Ftroet by water overllowlng from a
sewer which was or insufficient capac
ity. Under tho general rule in this stale,
a municipality is not liable for dam
agon resulting Horn an error of judg
ment on tho part of any of her officials.
If a Kixtecn-inch sewer was, in the
Judgment of the city authorities, suf
ficient to caio for the water, and a slx-tcea-lneh
sewer was built, the city
could not bo held liable for damages
that might result from the sewer being
CAUSE OF DAMAGES.
Tn some states It is tho law that the
city can be made liable if notice of tho
r.iult is given and proof of the faultl
iess furnished. In this case, Cooper
wintered damage from the incapacity of
the bower and brought notice thereof
home to the city authorities. No action
was taken to remedy the fault, and
some time later his properly was again
damaged by an overllow.
At the trial of the rase, the lower
court adopted the rule obtaining In
other htntes, by which tho city is made
i.-ible after notice of its dplielcney is
;ii ought to It. and directed that the
Jury could find for Cooper, which It did.
The Superior court is therefore now
called noon to confirm the precedent
The cases of Kdgnr against Callender
and Reynolds against Callender were
argued together, being similar in every
detail. Clarence Valentino represented
the appellant, and AV. S. Dlehl, the ap
pellees. The plaintiffs, on January 1), 1000,
each bought of the defendant one hun
dred shares of tho capital stock of the
Arizona Eastern and Montana Smelt
ing, Ore-Producing and Delovopment
company, at $3 a share, with the under
standing that the defendant would buy
it back at the end of six months for $C
a. share, at the option of the purchasers,
or fifteen days' written notice. AVhen
the six months were up they elected to
re-sell, but be would not buy, and suit
was brought to recover. The plaintiffs
secured judgment for the full amount,
WAS ACTING AS AGENT.
Tho defense is that Callender was
noting only as agent for the company,
and further, that the terms of the
agreement, prepared by the plaintiffs'
attorney, were subscribed to by hlin
without his understanding them, It
being his understanding that the agree
ment was nothing more or less than a
guarantee that the stoek would be ns
good in six months as it was at tho
time of the sale.
Tho case of Replogle against Singer
involved the question as to whether or
not a landlord can collect on a lease
for an unexpired term, when the ten
ant moves out because of tho failure
of tho landlord to supply water lot
domestic purposes, in conformity with
an oral agreement made as one of the
conditions of the signing of the lease.
Tho court below decided that the
proof as to what occurred at or prior
lo tho signing of tho lease, upon which
Jhc judgment was entered, was not of
n character to warrant the opening of
the judgment. Tho appellant alleges
iiho court erred in so finding.
D. B, Replogle, the plaintiff, argued
for himself, and C, H. Super for the
In the case of Peck and others
against Connell, arguments were made
for the appellants by S. R. Price and
lor the appellee by Ezra II. Connell.
It is a suit to set aside a judgment se
cured by the defendant against II. U.
Veldloman, on tho ground that the de
fendant was Irregularly preferred. Tim
lower court decided against the plain
tiffs. I. II, Burns appeared for the plain
tiff appellants and ex-Judge E. N. AVI1
Inrd for tho defendant In tho case of
Potter and others against tho Scran
ton Railway company.
AVAS STRUCK BY C.Ut.
The plaintiffs sued for damages done
a team and wagon by being struck by
a trolley car. The lower court held
that the driver, the son of tho owner,
was guilty of contributory negligence
and could not recover.
The arguments In tho matter of tho
condemnation of the Fuctoryvlllo and
Milngton turnplko were made by S. It,
Price for tho appellant, and R, II, IIoU
late for the appellee.
The case of Lewlu against tho Paull
estate Mas on at adjourning time and
will bo concluded this morning. Major
Mvorott AA'arren and I. II, Burns ap
pear for tho appellant, and Ralph H.
l,ovy for tho appellee,
Lewlu was a. tenant of tho Paull
building, on Lackawanna avenue, In
gplng to IiIb ofllco at night ho was In
jured, ho alleges, by tripping on n
broken stair and falling to tho bottom
of the (light. The evidence 'of how ho
iwns Injured was all, necessarily, clr
cuniKtunUal, as the original .defendant
Died before the trial came off mid tho
plaintiff, In consequence, could not bo
permitted to testify, Lewln was given
a verdict for personal Injuries, and
tho defense appealed.
It was argued by (tie appellant's at
torneys that tho charge of tho judge
Hid not contuiu an adequate presenta
tion of the defendant's wialm that
bpwiu was guilty of contributory neg
ligence. In that ha Used tho stalrn dally
and know their condition, and If they
wero unsafe lie look a rink In Using
them, which nindo him guilty of con
j Theatrical 1
ACADEMY HoetHer-Clltiney company,
noon nml night,
sr.VH Tlie 111 Sensation Htiilcn.uoM.
noon ami night.
Alter. Honeymoon of Mr. and Mrs. Potts.
At llio Academy ot lulo ,utri!y Afternoon
ami l.iAt nl(,'lil n Mry cleicr pkctili from the
pen of i:, T. Sweet, the news editor of Tim 'liiti
line, u.is tncMiilctl. It li cnlleil "The Honey,
moon ot Jlr. nnd Mr, rutin," .Mr. (tilmoy nml
ll Alice llnrm ot Iho (lllnieylloefilcr lonipany
iippciiltm' m Mr, nml Mm. t'ottt. if. uis the
(list piiwuliitlou of tho t.kc((li on nny Mjrp ,'iml
111 leiTptlon In- the midicnec ilunuinl ruled clear
ly that Mr. bwoet h.n coloil Moincllilng the
public likes iry much.
Tlio plot ilc.iln In the nxperlcnte of ltciin.in
Tolls, for many jenrs a lonllnncil bitliolnr, win
mirrie.i n. school (thl, After n brief f,Mton ot
bllii. n lellir, which tells of the purch.nc of a
ipuntity of poImjii by Mr. 1'otls, UIM Into (ho
hnnih of Iho liu-lunJ. Oilier cliciniislnnccs trans-
311 SS AT.ICi: IIAZKN,
Appcauil as Mm. I'otla in .Mr. Swccl's hkelch.
Iiire which impiey I'ollt. with the lilci that Iho
iwison is inlemleil for him. His ionvtein.it ion at
the thought and fear of his uiisusmitlmy ifo
annul-, nppoilunlty for dpeopiuriit of tho liuiimr
of the play. When Potts icailics the ilinitv of
agony t lie pliy is happily cmliil by the ili-emcry
tli.it tiic poi-on b.icl Iiccn piirciiaseil fur the pin
pnc of killing a Iroiitilrsoinc dog.
Tliis brief outline necessarily giioy only a
viguo iilci of what the sUUh i .ind no iiie.i
at .ill nl the gentle humor tint rxiuliM from eery
lino. II was Mcweil nl both peifonnimc-, jcR
tcnlay liy many nf the most siitu.il or Seian
ton'o Ihcater-guers ami their M-niiil was tint it
w.w one of (lie best flf t coii-ni ill Lit c tl,elc.lira ecr
I'ic-entcil in this city.
Miss Aliic Ifazm, who eo thirniingly pot.
liajeil tho character ot "Ml-. Vottf," is a new
iiienibrr of tho company, this being her tii'st
appearance in fcctanlon. Mie i.s a near lel.itiic
of (ieiicr.ll ltazeii. late of I he weather bureau,
nml Is well known In the tastcrii Mate-, whole
f,hc ha- been identified with tho Castle Sipure
Comedy innipmy in leading roles. Her impir
Minalion of tlie innocent and loung "Mi.-. I'otts,"
who bad union-iioii-ly lerronVed her nciious
hu.-b.md, was a lini-licd poiformaneo and indi
cated true apptceiallon of the autlioi'a ideal.
Mr. (iibney, wlio was thu Mi. I'otts of the i.ist,
and l- well knonn liuoiigli his aiti.--tie
record in one ot the Kiohmin conipanies,
did a line bit of woik, notwithstanding that he
had but little time in which to perfect himself
for tho pait. He has the 1 1 no .liter's intuitiic
knowledge of the way a mimic should bo acted.
Cldc I'llcli l.as wiitten many a good pliy,
and in the opinion of the lending New York
eiitics, "Ilarbaia I'llelililc" U by far the best.
fienes of pathos, comedy and sentiment ale pia
sented in miiIi rapid Micie-'ion tint fioin the
line to the fall ot the cuitain the liiteK-i neu-r
llacs. i;cry attention lias been pild to scenic
detail, and tlie Lustuming of the iharacteis,
which will be in keeping with that woin at Iho
time of the action of the play.
The title lolc, "Barbara," 'will bopoitiajed
by Miss 1'iaiices daunt, who is nol only a
pretty, eisatile, joung iclress, but is said to
be particularly suited for the part by reason of
a charming personality. Ml Gaunt was select
ed by Chailes 1'rohnuii to uplacc Mi Viola
Allen in "Under tlie ited Kobe" company. She
will have the support of a sliong aitlng coin
pany. "Dnibau nictclile" will -be the altiac
tlon at the Ljccuiu, Jan. IS.
'Hie letuiu of John W. Vogel's Dig Min-tuls
to tlie I.jceinu nct Monday eicuing Is leg.udcil
with pleasurable anticipation by the bundled ot
people who last season loiced It the best select
id and most cienly balanced company of burnt
mile .mists cer seen in thi- secliiai. The cum
piny now nunibeis about ,i hilf liundrnl iicople,
including Aithm- Itlgby, McCoy and Cano, Leigh
tn and I.righion, Itouletle, (he O'lliien tioupc
ot iiirohal-, twelve oc.il soloist-, .i bind i
twenty .flw and an ouheMia of lilleui pi-ilt.
The u-ual jiaiade will be glin at noon on
aboio date, bile of seals opens this nioinlng.
Favershaui in "A Royal nival."
'Hie Lyceum will hae .i splendid atlractloti
r.et Tucsdiy night In the engagen.int ol Wil
liam r.iwslnui, whu will appear in l)u Maur-
iT'ii mi ilia pliy, "A Itojal Itival," in whhh
he lecently closed a urn of out HO nights at
the Cilteilou thealir, New VoiK. The occa
sion will be iiaitlculaily micii'-tiug, as It will
bit Mr. l'aicbham's ftist appeaiatue in tbU cll.i
as u star, a position lo which Manager ( harlej
I'lolinun has aihanud hlui afier Ioul' :iai- of
splendid senile as leading nun ot lhe Ihnplie
'llieater conipjny, Jieiy Voik,
Mr. raicrshani ba- long sluie e-tnbll-lied him
self as an adniliablc actor uf stiong Indhidual
Ity and with a t harm and giace of manner that
lias dUtlnguUhcil specially in lomaullo n'ld
comedy loles. As Dun faiai du llazau he lias
a picturesque role that brings out nil his belt
qualities, lie I- a gay, K'ckless cavalier, alwajs
in quel of ndicnture and ever icady to defend
his honor and protect the weak at dm point uf
the sword. Moot piuniliient in hi. suppoit mo
MKs Julio Opp, a icry beautiful and gifted
aclic-si IMwln hleiens, of the Kniniie Theater
iniiipan! piince Lloyd, (r.lu l.Mnaiils, Jaine,
Kearney, Miss Maggie llalloway 1'laher, ami
C'lalie McDowell. Sale of seals upcin Saturday
.i.viiiiii ai v u i-iul-iv.
Pight netums at the Star.
The Shnikey.Jl.iher loulest In l'hlhdelphla to
night will be icpoited at the Slar by rounds,
the management haling made aimiigenients to
luio tho light icpoited illicit to the theater by
tpeclal whe. Tho "lllg Kciuatloii" lluih'.iiucrs
luiillmn.' at lhl popular play-hou-e fur lhe bal
anio of the week, ami the perfornunio tlM.j
present Is undoubtedly giiiug most ewvllcii't
Tor Satuiday nlglit the management bat ai
langed it giand eake-walking luntest belwcm
the coloied incuibeis of the company ami scl
eral well known cako walkcis of this titv and
ll'Annuiiilo tajs that ho lead t'OO woiks on
the lustona of the times, including falconiy,
rostuines, materials for ciery lontumc, and eim
thu language of the period, in nicakluij of hli
preparutloiw for vvrltlnir "rrancesca da Itlmlnl."
He sajs this work took blin a jcar and a lull,
anil that ho then rat down uud wrote the play
In twenty-cigbt days'.
The llogcrj brothers have renewed their con
tfuct with KUw & Ktlaiieer, coverlns a long
term ol years, and It Is expected that a (heater
will be built for this popular pair in New Yoik,
to be run on the order of Weber & rields'. John
MpNally lias almost completed lib latett play
for the Itogcrs brothers, which will be used nest
tcason. Hi title villi be "The Itogcrs Urothcrs
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Figmes with Beference to Lehigh
Valley Railroad During1 Year
Ending Nov. 30 last.
The directors of the I.ehlgh Valley
Railroad company, at their regular
monthly meeting Wednesday ap
proved the report showing the
operations of the system for the fiscal
jiar ending November 30, 1901, and au
thoilzed the submission of the same to
the stockholders for their approval at
the annual meeting on Tuesday next.
The report shows a surplus of $571,012
as against n deficit of a year ago or
$L',077,707. The lotal earnings were
$20,6X3,3.11, an incieuso of .1,034,231; ex
penses of operations, exclusive of tax-
Les, ?20,0fiy.S7il, Increase ?S27,133: net
earnings irom operations 50,Uiy,(i38, In
crease $2,S0tf,707. Deductions for taxes
and loss and depreciation on water
lines of $SlS,ni3, loft tho actual earn
ings from the railroad system $r,7G3,-
112, an Inurense of $2,881,741.
The earnings from transportation of
both anthracite and butumlnous coal
aggregated $ll,6S:i,27S, an increase of
.,-ij,8Uj, over tiic previous year.
Mention Is made of the settlement
with the Heading company and the re
colveis of tho Philadelphia und Head
ing railroad of claims growing out of
the lease, nnd while tho amount upon
which Huso claims were adjusted Is
not bttttcd payment was made on the
Jmrt of the Heading company hi part
cash and the lemulnder in stock of the
Uead'ng company, which was held as
A suggestion Is made In the report of
tho necessity of securing additional
capital to umbo the necessary Improve
ments to Insure the permanent pros
perity of the company Insteud of rely
ing exclusively upon surplus earning!),
Announcement Is also nutdo that a
change in tlie llscal year, so that It will
end on Juno SO, und will bo made to
conform with the Interstate commerco
commission and the I'einisylvanla and
New York slate laws, and that by rea
son of this change the next report will
cover only beven mouths of tho opera
tions of the company.
Tho results of the operations of tlio
I.ehlgh Valley Coul company show a
loss of $491,577, us compared with a
loss or $SG9,817 the previous year. Tho
carnlngH of the company from coul
sales and comuilsslons, royalties, rent,
interest, dividends, etc, wero $21,810,
583, while the expenses of mining coal
purchased, etc., wero $21,S5G,805, making
n dellclt from operation of $45,222. In
terest on Snow Shoo and Delano bonds
uru $73,640, uud colliery improvements
of $372,709 biottght the total dellclt to
$191,577, as stated above.
Mnke-Up of the Board for Today.
Following; Is tlie makeup of the
Delawure, l.at-kawunnu ami Western
board for toiluy:
lllUUSOAV, JANUARY 1.
Wild Tats Kait-S p. in., I,, ItoycrH; 10 p.
in., 1'. V, Steveiw; 11 p. in., .51. r'iniicrty.
Wild Cats Eatt 1.30 a. in., lloboken, McUno;
I , in., W. Wi UMl S . m C. W. Dunin
6 a. In., lloboken. ,l, It. Sw'artii S ,ii in.. It(,-
.boken, BMrlyi )0 a. in., l' llaljelt) ll a.
m F. llalletli i p. m lloboken, M. liimh
neyi S p. m., 0. T. SUplcsf 0 p. in., It. Ill'i
Mimmll, Ulr. rt a. m. .1. fiirilffitt 8 a, ni
t'rountelkeri 10 a. in.. Xleholsi It a, m.,ht:.
McAlllblerl 2 p. m., Thompson! C p. in., J,
llenneganj 8 in., M, OoWen.
I'aswngcr llnKlnes 7 a. in., (IjlTneyi 7 a, m
Slnscri 10 a. in,, K'auniaiii 10 a. m., Nccotj
11.15 p. in,, T. McDonnell! A30 p. in., MiOorrn.
Pushcr-fl a, in., WMneri 7 a. pi., I'lnnerlyl
8 a. tn., ttower! 11.15 a. ln.,,Morant ft p. m.t
t. .t. Murray) (J p. m., C. Ilartholomewi 7,ao
. in., Murphy: 0 p. in., W, II. llailholomcw!
10 p. in.. Lumping,
WIM Tatt West 5 a. in,, .tohn rtahagan! 8
a. in,, A, II, Kclehami 10 ,i. m., C. Klngnlryl
11 a. in., llouilliaiii 2 p. m.t It. CaMiirri t
p. ni W. A. llnrlliolninewi 0 p. in., M. t.'ii
moilyi 11 p. in,, O'llaia.
will tun 0, KeirneyV ciew,
ninl tn, t II further notice.
m., Jan. 17,
This nnd Thnt.
Mathlas Sttpp has been awarded tlio
contract for erecting tho new First Na
tional bank building.
13. IJ. Sturges, of this city, has pur
chased the controlling Interest In tho
Williams Coal company, ot Pottsville,
from ex-Congressman Williams, of
Wllhcs-Harro. The Williams colliery,
which has been idle for some time, will
resume work at once. Five hundred
men and boys will bo given employ
ment. Tho Lnckuvvminn county delegates
to tho national convention of the
United Mine Workers, to be held at
Indianapolis next week, will leuvo
this city tonight on tho 7.4S Dclawtito
nnd Hudson train. At Wllkes-Barre
they will be joined by the delegates
from the Wyoming valley and will take
a special Lehigh Valley train for
.1. C Morfatt, local agent of the Krlo
Itnllrond company, has been appointed
commercial freight and passenger agent
of tho company, with headquarters In
this city. Air. Moffatt was for many
years the district passenger agent ot
tlio Erie and Wyoming Valley railroad.
In connection with the nppointment, It
Is announced thnt the excursion busi
ness to Lake Ariel and Lake Henry will
be resumed during the coming season,
under tho direction of Mr. Moffatt.
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western.
In Kffect Xov. :i. loot.
Tulni leive Sci.inton for New- York At 1.10,
:t.1i, U.U-), 7.50 and 10.03 a. m.; 12.4.r.. .1.40. :i.3i
p. in. l'or Xew York nnd Philadelphia 7.50,
lO.U'i a. ni and 12,45 and ."!..'"! p. in. For Tobj
hanna At 0.10 p. in. l'or Ihiffalo t.lS. 6.22 and
(MM n. in.; 1,55, 8.50 and 11.35 p. in. Tor lllng
hamton and way statinn--10.;0 a. in. and 1.10
p. in, I'm Oswego, hyiacuso and l Ilea 1.15 and
.-!-! a. m. ; 1.55 p. in. Oiwcgo, S.nacusc and
I lira train at 6.-JJ a. m. dailj, except Sundn.
l'or Montrose 0.00 a. m. ; 1.10 and 0 50 p. in.
Mrhnlsnn ,m cnmniod itlon 1,00 and 0.13 p. in,
llloom-biirg Division Hnr Northumlviljud, at
li.33 and 10.03 a. m,; 1.55 and 0 10 p. in, l'or
Plymouth, at S.10 a. m.; S.lu and 0 1)0 p. in
Sumliy Trains -l'or cw Yoik, 1.40, .1 15. 0.O5
and 10.115 a. in.; II.IO. S.'i:i p. m. lor UutTilo--1,15
and 0.22 a. m, ; 1. ". 0.50 and 11.35 p. m.
l'or Uiiigliainlon and way station- 10.20 a, m.
llluoni-biirg Division Leal e bciautuii, 10.O3 a.
in. and 0.10 p. m.
Schedule in KOect June -J. 1001.
Tiling Ir.iio Scranton: fi..'ls a. in., week da.,
IIuoukIi ve.-stlliulc train from Wilke-Darre. Pull
man buflol pirlor car and loathes to Plnladcl
phia, via Pottsville; stop-, al pilnelpil interme
diate talioii. A1.-.0 conneiti for .Suubiui, Ihi
rl.sbiirir, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and
for Pittsburg and the wist.
!.3S a. in., week dajs, for Sunbury, lfarri-lnir,
Philadelphia, llaltimoie, Washington and Pitts
burp: and the west.
1.42 p. in., wcik days (Himdajs 1.5.5 p. in.),
fur Sunbuiy, IlarrMiursr, Philadelphia, llaltimoie,
VVaIiiiutoii and Pittsburg' and the weir.
.'t.'iti p. in., week dais, through vestibule train
from Wllkra-Daiir. Pullman buffet pirlor car
and coaches to Philadelphia via Pottsville. Stops
at principal inteiniedlate stations.
l.'-7 p. in., week dajs, for Ila?leton, Sunburr,
liauisb'iig, Philadelphia and Pittsbuig.
J. II. IIL'ICIIINSOX. den. Mgr.
.1. 11. WOOD. On. Itn Agt.
Lehigh Valley -Hailroad.
In Kneel, Nov. S, 1U01.
'liains leave bcranton.
Tor Philadelphia and New Yoik via l). it II.
II. I!., at 1)38 and 'I.3S a. in., and 2.18, 4.27
(Ulack Diamond i:pr?&). und 11. "'J p, in. Sun
da.vs, 1). k 11, It, It,, l,3S, K27 p. m.
l'or White Haven, Hazlcton and principal points
In tlie coal regions, via ll. It II. It. It., 0.3o, 2.18
and 4,27 p. in. l'or Pottsville, CSS a. in., 2.1S
l'or Retlileliein, taston. Heading, HarrWiurg,
and principal intermediate stations, via 1). k II.
11. It., n.a, f).:;8 a. m.j 2.18. 4.27 (Illack Dia
mond Uvpress), 11.00 p. m. Sundajs, D. k II.
It. 11., H.38 a. in.; l.M, S.27 p. in.
I'ov Tunkhannoil;, 'J'owanda, Klmira, Ithaca,
Ceneva and niinclpa! intennedlate stations, via
1)., !,. and M. I!. It., 8.IU a, m. and tl.SO p. in.
l'or (ieneva, ltochcsttT, Uuffalo, Niagara I'alls,
Chicago and all jioiiits west, via 1). & II. It. It.,
7.48, 1'J.O.i a. in. ; 1.42. S.28 (lllaek Diamond IX
pies). 7. IS, 10.41. U.Si) p. in. bundajv., I). & II.
It. It., 1-2.0J, S.27 p. m.
Pullman parlor and slcepina; or Ijohlgh Valley
Pailor cars on all (l.iim between WilUes-llair'e
and New- Vork, l'hliadelilila, liutfalo and Suspen
DOM.IX 11. WII.Ill'K, (.en. Supt., 2U Cortland
siiiei, ,ew I oik.
( IIAHI.i;s b, Lilt:. Ceil. Pass. .gt., 2d Coitland
slieet, Xett Votlc.
.1. W. XOMIMACHCR. Div. Pa,, A3t South
l'or ticket and Pullman ieervatIon opplv to
illy ticket uttke, C'J Public biiuaie, Wllkea-Dane,
New York, Ontario and Western.
In l.llcct Tuesday. Sept. 17, 11)01,
I." lie Leave An lie
TiaiiK. Si anion, Caibondale. Cadoali,
Nu. I 10.S0 ,i. in, ll. Ida. in, 1.00 p. m.
No. 7 li.10p.iii.Ar.Carbonilalou.tOn.iii.
I.eae Leave Aulie
Tialns. C'adoiia. Caibondale. Siranton.
No, ll 700a. in. ".IOj.iii,
No. i 2.13 p. in, 1.00 p. in. I, 0 p. in,
M'MIAiS ONLY, NORTH UOL'NIJ.
I.eaie Leave Anivo
TiaiiH. Siiautoii, Caibondale. ("adoola.
No. ii b.VMa, in. ll. 10 p. in, 10.45a. in.
No. 3 T.OOp. in. Ar. Caibondale 7.10 p. in,
7,eao Leaic AuIvo
TlallH. Ladoali, C'aibondali;, Sil.iuton,
No. 1 7.00 a, in. 7.40 a. in.
No. VI ,- -t.SO p, in, O.OU p, in. ti, t3 p. in.
'lidliLi No?, 1 un 1e3l1 da;, and 0 on hundaj,
make nuln line eonuettioiw for New York city.
Jllddlettmn, Walton, Norwich, Oneida, Oswego
and all ihiiuu Meat
l'or (uitlicr Infoimallon t-iihiilt tliket aeenti
-I. V. ,Mli:ilS0.V, (!. I'. A New Yolk.
J. i:. WllLSlI, T. I'. A., Seranlon, Pa,
Erie Hailroad, Wyoming DlvlslonT"
Tialns for New Yoik, XenbuiRh anil Internie
dlilc points leaio K-ranton a.i lolloivsi 7.iU a.
in.; 2.S3 p. in.
ArrhaU 10.S3 a. in. from Jllddlcloiui, Ilone
dale, llawley and luleiiiii-dlate point. 11,20 p. in,
(lorn New Yoik, Neiburli and Inlerincdlalo
point., No bunday trains.
OUR CLOSING OUT SA
Wonderful Shoe -Bargains
At tllC Cleatl Sween Sale. Such
lo worthy Homo Furnishing Remnant Bargains and Credit.
By tho way, what a magic talisman this llttlo word "credit" Is.
furnished habitations spring up where barrenness might always exist.
mane a note 01 the fact,
as on purchases from regular stock,
MADIM'P rUII'lIT "Sccpliucv",--Thi ipioti
tlous tint follow, aie on Carpets f n libtli itrnih
mailo up to the older of liitcndlnir puiiliKin
tlitrliur Iho p.nt si mouths, but left on our IniuN
Ihrouirli errors of tueasuienienl, rlijngm uf pi ins,
ell'. Such lliinr loioiltijr chancci are seldom
presented. Ililn room ineaMiicincnH with ou.
, T.M'IISTUY CAItPin', made up with handsome
lr blended border. M7c, 8 feet ! inc-Iic-. bi
ll feet lVj Inches. (Irecn friiiunil, ecru di'slcii;
worth every cent of 120,00, Sale pi Ire
VThVllT CAHI'IIT Itni-lloidui'd. M?e It)
feet 5 lut he, by 11 feet Inihei. I'orly ilolhus'
wortli of nudity for
IIUL'HIll.S 1IKMNANTS Jut the thing
wlili vvhlili to make up handsome lugs
'.il a (.mall rn-l. V .11 ions length, together
villi fringe fur both cnd. we arc selling
complete, according to nualltv, We.. A(Jr
7!V d UVl,
tension, with tlvturei.
TAHbi: (III, CI.OT1IS-IIJ yard wide. Are
ilMingiiMicri by llieii liibbir finish no crack
ing as with infeiiur clotlis. Awirtment
cf flguied pillerus at a deep I -Jn
int lube .-.. 'l
I WIM miH HIMWW'WliiMMgiaVaMMi I Illll MMlBMfHMBr
Price cut in two in many
carrv a Jacket over under
I begin with to sell them quick. Plenty to choose trom
Kl A 1 1 rs aim I sf s 1 Di n-mrvri n !1 rtrmliii" ai Ain
nuLuiiiuuiica uuu tvuiutis 111 1111 yvyuiai v,uiui3.
Liberal credit to all and here are the prices:
All $5, $6, $7.50 Jackets, now $ 3.98
All $8, $10. $12, Jackets, now 5.89
All $15. $18, $20, $22 Jackets, now 11.92
A 25 Per Cent Discount
On all Women's Skirts, Suits, Waists and Millinery, Men's and
Boys' Suits and Overcoats will be given during this inventory sale. '
Come and see these truly great bargains ! Have whatever you buy
charged and pay in small weekly payments.
317 LacSa. Avenue
Delaware and Hudson.
In i:ifett Nounibcr 21, lw)l.
Tialn. tor Caibumlili- leaie fccianton ot C.iO,
S.H0, h..-ii, 10.1.1 a. in.; I.'.W. 1M, .,,:il, a.O'J,
O.UH, 0.2.i, 7"7, P.I.V, 11. -0 p. in.; l.:il a. in.
l'or IloiieMlalc U.-J0, lO.liJa. lit. : -.31 ami 5.CU
l'or Wilke-i'Ilaiie-ll..':'-, 7.IS .11, Oils, lo.c;
a, in.; l'.'.O.), 1.1.', -'.l, a.21, 1.'.'7, U.lu, 7.1,
10.11, 11,80 p. in.
lor L. V. II, II. PuliiH-o.iW, U.US a. lit. ; 2, IS,
1,27 and 11. "II p. in.
l'or l'eun.-jll.inl.i It. It, Point. 0.J3, P,U a,
in,: 1.12. 3.2$ ami 4.27 p. ill.
I'oi- Albany and all point, nniili U.20 a, in.
and il.ii p, in,
l'or Caibondale S.uO, II. "u a, in.; '.'.ill, tl.32,
S..ii and Wol p, lit .
l'or Wllke.vUane O.to a. m.i 12.U), 1.08, ti.2S,
6M and S.42 p, m,
I'm' lban ami poliu nortli XCJ p. in,
l'or Ilc'iiedale--S.,'.U a. in. and '.'' p, in.
W. Ii. t'RYOR, 1), P. A., Miaulou, Pa.
Aucrlri. turnUr (o core aUo bj U I'rlttlrl
iiiooi ruun, nrtou ifebiut)-. lf( ibovd,'
1 rlrorrii li Mrlrtur (no ruttlnt . I mJrvrloii
sruikfii (Irraat.Hrad for Sworn lYftlluuiilftli& liuukl
Itlpilnitrjr nrdll ftntj tltflrltAlfrsmJ. Hrnllun pipfr
ntlrr.rtaslnrr -irttvltv 1-- rlfi-i,Mni. IliU
that credit accommodations are as freely
i ins iraac advantage -the acme
T.M'KSTIV IIUi;.Ssi:t.S-. fen wire, tiui.leir.l.
made up Carpel. 11 feet by 12 feel 0 Inches. The
led lleiuc ileslitu upon n mccn c-iound nukes .1
liiMiillfiil coinhlniton. Ordinarily ,i chohe value
ul fiiJ.ii). 'Iho special sale ilifuro l
TAPIISTllV Hlllt.S.Si:i.S CAItl'in'-Ten wl'ie
mule up, si?e Jtl feel 0 Inchet by II feet.
Marie Antolnetle ileslun. In ecru and drab. Tidi
ly dollars was the order price. The Clean Sween
llRtire ii , '
A.VMlNSTi:il CAllt'lTI' hire, 12 feel I hiohe'i;
by II feel 3 llichei. A iiMgiiincritl neat Ion of
rkh, dainty floral llipires on a dcei red Rimmd.
It uniilil nisi ion ij.li,oi) iiliinlirru nn earth. It
Won't be heie lcnir ut the. piice wo nienllon
Extra Special for Friday and Saturday
FOLDING TABLES. 49c
They are regulation height, top of matched maple and birch stock.meas
ures 25x33 inches, are equipped with a patent folding device, which holds
the legs firmly when In position. Released the legs fold into the table bot
tom and require little storage room. We have rented many of them for
card parties, lunches and other social affairs. Signs of wear show on some
of them. We'll close them out Friday and Saturday first come,
first served, Better come first. Remember the price ' 49C
XOITIS-flllAM I.Atr. CintTAlNh-rifly
inches wide siv: atti-active llguie ilelRin.
Theno curlaliis ate an evtremely good buy at
2.2.';. Tlie Lleau Sweep iniic is 1 'An
CO.MFOUTS AND IlbANKKTS-Iteduetlonf
ore general and generous among tho bed
Standaid 1.TO Illankcla !?1.21
Itcgular St. 00 Comlort.i 71)
HOIW - llrnsa cv
Sweep Purchases Will Not Be Exchanged.
CREDIT YOU? CERTAINLY.
223 - 225 - 227 Wyoming Avenue.
cases, and in every case fully one-third, but we won't
any circumstances, and that's just
a B la
485 to 455
N. Ninth Street,
Telephons Cijll, 2333.
HENRY BELIN, JR.,
General Agent for tlio Wyoming District (or
Itinin;, IlUstin;, Sporting, Pniol.clcM and thu
Itcpauuo Cltemical Compiuy'i
Safety ruie, Caps und Ksplodcrs. Itcom 101 Con
nell Uulldlnj ,Sernten.
1IIOS. KOHI1 .", .....Pilt.ton
JOHN U. SMini k BOX .Plymouth
W. V. UULL1QAK wiUiUrra
c-iln Ir (ml,, .nmn.lkt. 11.-..!. .
But ask for It hero, and comfortably 4
extended on Clean Sweep Specials A
ol liberality lias never before been 4,
why we halved prices to I
By a recent net of the legisla
ture, free tuition Is now granted
State Normal School
to all those preparing- to teach.
This school malntulns courses
of 6tudy for teachers, for those
preparing for college, and for
those studying music.
It will piy to write for particular).
No other echoo! oilers mil) tuoerlor ad
vanUfca at tucti low rated. Addreti
J. P, Welsh, A. M., Ph.D.,P;Jn,
SCRANTON CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL?,
T. J, foster, President, r.lmer II. Lawall, luii.
B, J, roster, Stanley P, Allen,
Vice Trcjldent. Becretary,
BUY THE GENUINE
SYRUP OF FIG
... MANUFACTURED BY ...
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
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