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THE SCRANTON TRIfiUNE-MONDAY, MAY 26 1902.
DR. PIERCE TO
BPEOIAA 'SERVICE IN THE PENN
Members of Colonel Monica and Col
onel Ezra Orlffln Posts, O. A. R.,
and of Camp 8, S. of V., Attended
In a Body The Pastor Told of the
Benign Influences of the Civil War
and of America's Unexampled De
votion to the Memory of Her Sol
Despite the disagreeable weather
which prevailed last nlfrht, several
hundred veterans of the Civil war
guthcred In the Penn Avenue Baptist
church In attendance at a special me
morial service arranged by the pas
tor, Rev. Dr. Robert P. Y. Pierce.
The members of Col. Ezra Grlflln and
Col. Monies posts of the Grand Army
of the Republic, and of Camp 8, sons
of Veterans, attended the services in a
body and placed their Hags near the
pulpit when they took their seats. Just
in front of the organ was hung an Im
mense flag and behind It was a slx
, foot cross, made of Incandescent lights.
The effect of the Illuminated cross
shining through the stars and stripes
was wonderfully Impressive.
Seated on the stage, at either side of
Dr. Pierce, were the following promi
nent Grand Army men: Commander
P. J. McAndrew, of Col. Monies post;
Acting Commander Thoma3 Barrow
man, of Col. Ezra Griffin post; Colonel
Kara H. Ripple, Captain P. DeLacy,
John T. Howe, H. E. Paine, Halsey
J.athrope, Henry Harding, S. B. Mott
and S. N. Callcnder.
DR. PIERCE'S TEXT.
Rev. Dr. Pierce chose for his text
the words found In I Chronicles, xl:19,
"These men have put their lives In
jeopardy.' He warmly welcomed the
guests of the evening to the church
end said that had it not been for the
fact that he was only 9 yeais old
when war "was declared, he, too, would
bo a veteran. God has strangely hon
ored them, he said, with a great place
in the national life of the United
Siatts, and they should feel proud of
He told of the mighty monument
which Germany has reared upon the
banks of the Rhine in honor of the
men who fought her battle in the
Franco-Prussian war, and asked
what monument America has reared
to the men who fought for the preser
vation of the union.
"You have yourself chosen," said he,
"a memorial as lasting as time itself.
Your memorial services, conducted
every year, and your custom of decor
ating the graves of the fallen heroes,
will be peipetuated till the end.
Ours Is the only nation that ever cared
for its soldier dead and that ever de
coiated their graves with garlands of
flowers and placed above them the flag
for which the sleeping ones fought and
ilsked all. America has set an exam
ple for all the world In this respect."
He briefly sketched the beginnings
of the war, and, continuing, said: "I
like to think of that conference of
fe-overnors called by President Lincoln
to consider the question of raising
troops for the preservation of the
union. I'm proud of the response that
Pennsylvania, made when Lincoln,
turning to the governor of this state,
said: Curtln, how many men will
your state furnlfah," and Curtin stood
erect and said, 'Mr. Lincoln, Pennsyl
vania will furnish 100,000 men In seven
days,' and she did."
LEADERS OP UNION ARMY.
He referred brleflv to some of the
leaders who led the Union army on to
successive victories and to some of the
mighty battles in which thousands of
men, all battling for what they deemed
the right, lost their lives.
"Your opponents," said he, "were men
with hearts us warm and tender as
your own and with mhiIs as valiant as
the bravest on the Northern side. Let
ns look at the stars and bars, not with
bitter hatred, but with profound respect
for the memory of those who gave up
their lives for a lost cause, and let us
fold the banner of that cause under
broad folds of the Stars and Stripes."
The benign blessings of the war, he
said, have been ninny. It had the direct
effect of wiping 'human slavery from
the civilized world and of bringing
about a greater measure of freedom and
liberty for every nation in the world.
"There is baldly a nation," said he,
"the laws of which have not been
changed since the Civil war so ns to
bilng the people more In touch with
administration of its government."
He referred to the Spanish-American
war and to the redemption last week of
this country's pledge to free Cuba, as
something unparalleled in the history
of the world, something which has
made the whole world d'.zzy with
amazement. The freeing of Cuba, he
declared, would have been Impossible
had not the god of battles favored the
North in the Civil war.
A GREAT COUNTRY'.
"Wo are a groat country," said he,
"and we ought to realize it moio
and more. Our composers compose the
greatest music, the greatest books are
written by Americans, our scientists
lead the world, our Inventors produce
more important and revolutionizing In
ventions than tho Inventors of all other
lands, and tho greatest wealth of the
world Is ours. 'VYliy, it came to light
tho other day that a Quiet, business
man of this country was ready at one
time to pay the United States $20,000,000
If by so doing he could securo Inde
pendence for the Filipinos. Think of
that, a man actually able to purchase
in cold cash a nation's Independence.
Such things would not be possible to
day were It not for the struggles you
made In those darkidays forty years
Immediately following the sermon, S.
N, Callenderisang "The Battle Hymn of
the Republic," and the veterans joined
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money, and we send you
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6HU,OH'S coU St cents and will case Con
sumption, Pneumonia, BronchitU and all
Lung Trouble Will sure a cough or cold
iu a day, and tnut prevent aerlou result.
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Karl' Oarer Boat Tea earraela i "---
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in the "Glory, Glory, Hallelujah," chorus
with a right good will.
ORDAINED IK HOME.
Scranton Voting Man Becomes a
Priest of tho Catholic Church.
Rev. Richard D. Jordan, son of Mr.
and Mrs. T. H. Jordan, of Green Ridge
street and Cupouse avenue, was or
dained to tho priesthood of the Roman
Catholic church on Saturday morning
In the Church of St. John Lateran, In
Rome, Italy. The .ordination service
was conducted by Cardinal Rasplghl.
Rev. Father Jordan whs born in Par
sons In 1875, and received his prelimin
ary education In tho nubile schools of
that place. He entered St. Michael's
college, Toronto, In 1892 and graduated
In 1896. From there he went to St.
Mary's Theological seminary, and so
brilliant a student was he that the late
Illshop O'Hara selected him as one of
the young men to be sent to Rome.
Ho entered the American college in
Rome In 1898 and has since completed
his theological education there, spend
ing his vacations in the leading cities
of Italy, France and Germany. He will
leave at once for this city, where ho
will present himself to Rt. Rev. Bishop
Hobon for assignment to duty On his
way home ho will visit Austria, France
and Great Britain.
FINAL SALVATION OP
ALL MEN FROM SIN
Last of Series of Sermons Delivered
by Bev. Thomas B. Payne in
All Souls' Church.
At All Souls' Unlversalist church, last
night, the pastor, Rev. Thomas B.
Payne, closed his first series of Sunday
evening services, which have been most
successful in every respect. Mr. Payne's
subject last night was, "Scriptural and
Other Evidences for a Belief in the
Final Salvation of All Men from Sin."
Two texts from the words of the Master
formed the foundation of the sermon:
"The Son of Man is come to seek and
to save that which was lost:" and "I,
If I be lifted up, will draw all men unto
me." The speaker said, In part:
Wo rome tonight, dear friends, to our
last sermon of tho present course, on
"What llnhcrsallsts Believe," feeling
well satisfied with tho labor they have
taker, and the general Interest they hayo
nwakcneil. It is not too much to say
thtit many tl.ousands of people, because
of these iwrrtons, have a more truthful
and belter understanding of our great
teachings than they ever had befoie.
Time and again, we have been assured
by listencis that no points has been left
Our specific theme tonight is "The Fi
nal Salvation of All Men from Sin." Of
coursp, by necessity, all through the
course, we have many times unfolded
the evidence on which we base our con
fident assurance that at last God will
be abla to bring all men to know, love
and serve him, without at the same time
destroying mnn's power of free choice
Hut tonight n want to gather all these
pieces of evidence up, and tie them to
gether. 1. L'nivcrsallstu believe that the Scrip
tural idea of Gou necessitates the final
salvation nil men from sin. The
Pcrlpturei tench us God is our Creator,
rather, Redeemer, full of goodness, full
of love, full or wisdom,' full of power,
full of holiness, full of justice, full of
mercy. They toil U3 he wants to save all
men. Well, then, If such a God exists,
and wanrs to suve all men, you may de
pend upon it he can do it, no matter how
impossible it maj seem to you and me.
If Ho wants to nn can't do it. Ho is no
better or more powerful than you or I.
2. Tho Sculptural Idea of Christ ne
cessitates the final salvation of all men
from sin. "Thou shult call his name
Jesus, for he sl-all savo his people from
their fins." He said "I came to seek
nrl to save that which was lost"; "all
power Is ftiven unto mo in heaven and In
earth"; 'iim.1 tMs Is the Father's will
vhlch hat.t sent Me, that of all which He
hath given Me I shall lose nothing";
"and I, if I be lifted up, will draw all
men unto Me", "and there shall bo one
fold and one shepherd." If the Scriptural
idea of Chi 1st In every respect truth
fully represonts a real person, then, of
necessity, II must do what He said Ho
would do save all men. If He can't do
it, then, he too, is no more powerful than
you and I.
THE STUDIO CLUB.
Miss Freeman's Chorus Gave Its
Fifth Annual Concert, Assisted
by Mr. Hemus, of New york.
A thoroughly enjoyable and artistic
ally successful concert was that given,
Saturday evening, before an audience
that filled Guernsey hall, by Miss Free
man and her Studio club, assisted by
Miss Allen, violinist; Mr. Percy Hemus,
the bass soloist of the famous rholr of
St. Patrick's cathedral, New York, and
by Miss Charlotte Blackmun as accom
Miss Freeman showed herself, as al
ways, a most Inspiring and magnetic
conductor. Her Studio club is one of
the most finely trained and sympathetic- !
ally responsive bodies of amateur sing
ers anywhere to be found. On Satur
day evening It sang, and sang exquis
itely, half a dozen numbers with varied
expressions, befitting each, and with
lovely blending of voices. In Elgar's
"The Snow" and In Oscar Well's "In
Spring" the effect was heightened by
an obllgato, played In each by half a
dozen of Miss Allen's violin pupils. Miss
Allen herself gave a brilliantly delight
ful Interpretation of a "Polonaise" of
Vleuxtemps, and as an encore a dainty
morceau from Chopin.
Percy Hemus' Scranton debut had
been looked forward to with no little
interest by reason of what had been
heard of his work In the New York
cathedral choir and in concert else
where. He is tho possessor of a rich,
full, well-trained voice and of n most
unusual power of vocal dramatic ex
pression. This power of magnetic, dra
matic rendering was strongly apparent
In Korbay's fumous battle song "Had a
Horse," and in tho old Scotch ballad
"Edward" Mr, Hemus fairly swept his
audience with him by his remarkable
Tho effect of every number on the
programme was enhanced by Miss
Blackman's perfect woik as accom
panist, and every lover of music knows
how, absolutely Important the accom
panist's share is to the success of every
0. A. B. ENCAMPMENT.
Beduced Bates to Gettysburg via
For the benefit of those desiring to
attend the annual encampment of the
Grand Army of the Republic, Depart
ment of Pennsylvania, at Gettysburg,
June i to 6, the Pennsylvania, Railroad
company will sell excursion tickets to
Gettysburg from all stations on its line
in the state of Pennsylvania, on May
31, June J, 2, 3, 4 and 6, good to return
untl, -June 7, .Inclusive. aerate of a
single tare for the round trip, For spe
cific rates, apply to local Mcftet agents.
LP. MEGARQEL & CO.
High Grade Stocks,
Bonds and Other Securities
We have for sale stocks,
the following list :
Rendhnm Water Co.
Mansfield Water Co.
Minooka Water Co.
Spring Brook Water Co.
Economy Light, Heat & Power Co.
Board of Trade.
Pomery & Middleport.
Alamagorda Lumber Co.
Jackson Water Co.
Oswego Gas Co.
Walton, N. Y., Electric Light Co.
New Mexico Railway Co.
Scranton Packing Co.
Scranton Packing Co.
It you are interested in any of the above securities and vou will
make it known to us either by letter or 'phone, we can probably do
cnmA hiiciticc tirith trmi
fwillb UUJIIIWJJ Willi Ufa
SATTJBDAY STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Tho following quotations nro furnished
The Tribune by Halght & Freoso Co., 314
315 Mcais building. W. D. Runyon, man
Amal. Copper "It lit 70V6 TOU
Am. C. & K 30 30 29U 30
Ameilcan Ice, Pr.... Gll 6174 m "H
Am. Locomollvo .... 31 3J 31 31i
Am. l.oco.. Pi- 9.Hi aiti 0J14 93i
Am. S. & It. Co 4814 40i 4SVi 49Vs
American Sugar ....ll'Sft lixivi va-u !-
Anaconda Conner ...119 119 118 118
Atchison S0V4 SOVt SOVi S0&
Atchison, Pr 9S9i 9S4 OSVfc 8
Bait. & Ohio 10li7i 107 100 107
Hiook. R. T 673i bS'A 07 GSii
Canadian Pacilic 131V4 13S 134V4 1JSV4
cues. & onto 4u 4b 4 40
Chicago & Alton .... 3SV6 38i 8SU 38H
Chic. & G. W 20 29U L'9 ay
C M. & St. P 171 171-71 171U 171
C, R. I. & P 174 171 174 174
Col. Fuel & Iron NXIV6 10J 100 lOJVi
Col. & Southern .... ni,6 31 3H& 31
Del. & Hud 17(! 176V 17l. 176
Erio 37 37 36 37
Ei c. 1st Pr 67'4 OS K7T4 68
Hocking Valley S2& WA 8J SJV4
Illinois central 153 lw,. 153 loHi
Kan. City & South.. 34V4 34V4 34V' ?AYz
Louis. & Nash ....i.139 139 139 139
Manhattan 133 133 133 133
flint, at. Ky isn io(Ui ww, jau
Mex. Central 27V4 27 27 27
Mo. Kan. & Tex 31 25 2i 25
Mo. Kan. & Tex., Pr . 51, 5H 56
Mo. Pacific 100 100 99 99
N. Y. Central 15716 157 156 157
Norfolk & Western.. 56 57 56 57
Ont. & West 33 33 .& 32
Pacific Mail 42 42 42 42
Penna. R. R 149 149 149 149
Pressed Steel Car ... 45 4" 43 45
Reading 6i 6J 62 62
Reading, 2d pr fs 6S 6S 68
Republic Steel 17 17 17 17
Republic Steel. Pr .. 74 74 74 74
St. I... & San F 6S 6S C8 68
Southern Pacific .... 65 63 65 63
Southern R. R 37 37U 37 37'i
Tenn. Coal & Iron... 64 63 64 63
Union Pacific 103 105 103 105
Union Pacific. Pr ... R7?4 87 87U S7W
TJ. S. Leather 13 13 r! 13
U. S. Leather, Pr.... 84 84 84 84
u. s. ateei 40 40 40 40
IT. S. Steel. Pr 9054 90 90 90
Wabash 27 27 27 27
Wabash. Pr 41 44 41 44
Wisconsin Central .. 27 27 27 27
Total sales, 132.300 shares.
Money, 3 per cent.
CHICAGO GRAIN & PROVISION.
WHEAT. Open. Hlch. Low. Close.
July 72 73 2 73
September 72 72 72 72
Julv 61 62 61 62
September 59 60 59 G0
July 34 35 34 35
September 2S 29 2S 29
July 17.00 17.07 17.00 10 07
September 17.07 17.20 17.07 17.20
July 10.12 1020 10.12 10.17
September 10.15 10.22 10.15 10.22
July D.60 9 62 9.53 9.62
September 9.60 9 63 U.60 9.65
NEW YORK COTTON MARKET.
Onen. Hlch. Low. Close.
July S.93 9.02 8.93 9.02
August 862 8.71 861 8.71
September 8 0S 8.12 8.03 8.12
October 7.93 7.93 7.91 7.92
Reserve, Increase $5,954,928
Loans, decrease 8,548,600
Specie, Increase 3,097,200
Legal tender, Incieaso 1,753,000
Deposits, decrenso 4,410.900
Circulation, decieaso 102,400
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
uuotations All quotations Based
on Par of 100.
Lackawanna Dairy Co., Pr.... 60
County Sav. Bank & Trust Co 300
First Nnt. Bank (Carbondalo), ... 000
Third National Bank 550
Dime Dep. & Dis. Bank 300
Economy L H. & P. Co 46
First National Bank 1200
Lnck. Ti list & Safe Dop. Co... 193
Clark & Snover Co., Pr 123
Scranton Savings Bank MM
Traders' National Bank 223
Scianton Bolt & Nut Co 123
Peoplo's Bank 133
Scranton Packing Co 33
Scianton Passenger Railway,
(hit mortgage, duo 1920 115
People's Sticet Railway, ihst
mortgago, duo 1918 113 ...
Peoplo's Streot Railway. Gen
oral moitgago, due 1921 113
Scranton Tine. Co., 11 per cent. 115
Economy L., n.& P. Co 97
N, Jersey fc Pocono Ico Co 97
Consolidated Water Supply Co ... 103
Scranton Wholesalo Market.
(Corrected by II, G, Dale, 27 Lacka. Ave,.)
Butter Fresh creamery, !3c.j ftesh
Eggs Nearby, ISc.j western, 17c.
Manow Beans Per bushel, J2.30a2.40.
Giecn Peas Per bushel. J2.25.
Potatoes Per bushel, SOc.
Onions Dei mucins, J2.00 per crate,
D., L. AND W. BOABD FOB, TODAY,
Following Is the make-up of the
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
board for today;
MONDAY, MAY 2t5. ,
Summits 10 a. a., William Hoar, Froim-
folkcr's ciew, v
Pushers 11.43 a, m., Moran; 7.30 p, m.,
Murphy; 9 p. tn W, H. Bartholomew,
Helpers 7 a. m., Gaffnoyj 10 a, m., Be-
cor; 4.30 p. m., Stanton.
J, L. Ross and crow will run No. G5 May
SO, hi placo of R. Stack and ciew, two
W. A. Bartholomew will report at su
perintendent's ofilco 8 a. m., Monday,
William Klrley with Randolph's crow
will run 7 p. m. extra May 26 In placo of
Neo's and crow.
bonds and securities
Mansfield Water Co.
Economy Light, Heat & Power Co.
Spring Brook Water Supply Co.
Pomery & Middleport.
Traders National Bank.
Title Guaranty & Trust Co, 1 ,,
Third National Bank. ,
First National Bank. f
Citizens Bank of Olyphant. , (
New Mexico Development Co.
New Mexico Bailway Co.
International Salt Co. , '
TJ. S. Lumber Co. !
Lackawanna Mining Co.
Hawley Electric Light Co.
Hawloy' Electric Light Preferred.
Scranton Axle. , '
1 Clark & Si
Clark & Snover, Common.
Pays 3 interest on
savings accounts whether
large, or small.
Open Saturday evenings
from 7.30 to 8.30.
We offer, to yield About
5 per cent.,
(Total Issue, $1,000,000)
BUTTE ELECTRIC & POWER CO.
5 per cent. 1st Mortgage Sink
ing Fund Gold Bonds.
Maiming 1 to 30 years.
Rudolph Kleybolte & Co.
1 NASSAU STREET,
NEW TTORK CITY.
Six Eagles Mines
An investment opportunity of ex
traordinary merit. It is the best
known mining property in the state
A Developed Working nine
Not a Prospective Proposition.
A limited amount of stock is now
being offered to raise money for im
provement in equipment and gener
al development of the property.
Awarded Bronze fledal
At the Pan-American Exposition at
Buffalo last season.
Stock now selling at $ .50 a share.
The price will soon be advanced. Get
in now on the ground floor.
Write for full particulars,
SIX EAGLES 1NINC CO
1202 Orozier Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.
Booms 1 and 2
MINING AND BLASTING
Mado at Mocslo and Iluslidilo' Works,
Xiaflin & Band Powder Co, '3
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric lUttcrtej, Electrto Eiplodera, Ex
ploding Blasts. Safety Fuse.
BEPAUNO CHEMICAL CO.'S
Successors to Machine Business ot
Dickson Manufacturing Co., Scrantoa
and WUkea-Barre, Pa, ,
Stationary Engines, BolUre, Mining
THItaS BNTefPntBINQ OBALBHa OAN
supply roun nkbos of evbpv
CHHOTBH PROMPTLY AND 'BATIB
BKGOIES and WAGONS of all kinds: also
Houws and Building tot at bargain).
HOUSES CLIPPED and OltOOJlED at .
M. T. KELLER
Lackawanna Carriage Worki.
J.B. Woolsey Co
CONTRA O TORS
Plate Glass and Lumber
OP ALL KIND3.
aecuniTY BUILDING aOHVINS3 UVION
Homo Office, 203-209 Mean Building.
We are maturing aliatcs each month which
how a net gain to the Investor of about 12
per cent. We loan money. Wo also laiue
FULL PAID STOCK $100.00 per ahare. Inter
cat payable semi-annually.
ALBERT BALL, Secretary.
E. JOSEPH KUETTEL.
rear 511 Lackawanna avenue, manufacturer of
Wire Screens of all kinds; fully prepjr-il for
the sprln: season. Wo make all kinds of
porch screens, etc.
General Contractor, Builder and Dealer in
Hulldliic Stone, Cementing of cellais a spe
cially. Telephone 2392.
Olflce, 327 Washington avenue.
the scranton vltnipibo brick
and Tile Manufacturing Company
Makers of Paing Brick, etc. Jf. It. Dale,
Cencral Sales Agent, Offlco S2J Washington
avc. Works at Nay Aug, Pa., E. & W. V. H.lt.
E ill's Si
I PILSNER l
L Scranton, Pa.
43C tO JVC
N. seventh St
Old 'Phon?, 233 1.
New 'Phone, 2935.
HENRY BELIN, JR.,
Ccneral Agent for the Wyoming District for
kilning, Blasting, Sporting, Smokclesa and the
Bepauno Chemical Company's
Safety Fuse, Caps and Exploders. Room 401 Con
sell Building .Scranton.
JOHN B. SMITH & SON Plymouth
E. W. MULLIQAN WUKrs-Barre
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
In Effect 5jy IS, 1902
Stations in New Voik, foot Liberty street and
South Ferry, N. R.
Trains lcne Scranton for New York, Phila
delphia, Easton, Bethlehem, Allentown, Jlauch
Chunk, White Hatcn, Ashley, ilLevUarrn and
Pittston at 7.30 a. in., 1 p. in. and 1 p. m. bun
day, 2.10 p. m.
Quaker City Express leaves Scianton 7.30 a. m
tluough solid vestibule tmin with Pullman Iluffct
Parlor Car for Philadelphia with only one change
ot cars for Baltimore and Washington, D. C, and
all principal points (south and vu-st.
For Aoca, Pittston and Wilkes-B.irrc, 1 p. m.
and 4 p. m. hunday. 2.10 p. m.
For Long Branch, Oican Uiove, etc., 7.S0 and
1 p. m.
For Reading, Lebanon and llarrisburg via Al
lcntoun at 7..10 a. 111., 1 p. 111. und t p. m. Sun
day, 2.10 p. m.
For Tanuqua and Pottsvillc, 7,30 a. m., 1 p.
m. and 4 p. m.
For rates and tickets apply to agent at station.
W. O. iU'bSLKH, den. Manager.
C. M. BURT, Uen. Past. Agt.
Delaware and Hudson,
In Effect Koumbcr 21, ICOt,
Trains for Carbondalo leave Scranton at C.20,
6.00, S5J, 10.1J a. m.; 12.00, 1.29, 2.31, 3.32,
6.20, 0.25, 7.57, 0.15, 11.20 p. 11:.; 1.31 a. in.
For llonesdalc U.20, 10. lu, in.; 2.34 and 2.2
For Wllkes-Barrc 0.38, 7.48, 8.41, 0 33, 10.43
I. ,m.; 12.0.1, 1,42, 2.1S, 3.23, 4.27, C10, 7.4:1,
10,11, 11.30 p. m.
For L. V. It. 11. Polnts-8,33, 0.S3 a. rn.; 2.13,
4.27 and 11.30 p. m.
For Pcimsylwnia R. R. PoinU 0.38, 0.33 a,
m. ; 1,42, 3.23 and 4.27 p. m.
For Albany and all paints north 0.20 a. m,
said 2.ii p. m.
Tor Carbondalc 8.60, 11..IJ a. ni.j 2.34, 3.52,
6.62 and 11.17 p. m.
For Wllkes-Barrc 0.3S a. m.; 12.03, 1.63, 3.23,
0.32 and 0.17 p. m.
For Albany und points north 3.52 p. m.
Fpr llonesdalc 3 60 a. m. and 3.D2 p. in.
W. L. PllYOlt, D. P. A., Scianton. Pa.
Schedule In Effeat June 2, 1901.
Trains leate bcrautun; 0.33 a, 111., week days,
through vestibule train Irom Wllkes-Barrc. Pull
man buAct parlor car and coaches to Philadel
phia, via PottiUtlej stops at principal inteune
dlate stations. Also connects for Sunbuij, llar
risburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and
(or Pittsburg and the v,tst.
0.33 a. in., week dajs, for Sunbury, llarrisburg,
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and Pitts
burg and the west. ...
1,42 p. m week days (Sundajs, 1.63 n, m.J,
for Sunbury, llarrisburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington and Pittsburg and the west.
8.23 p. in., week days, through vcstlbulo tram
from Wllkes-Barrc. Pullman buffet parlor car
and coaches to Philadelphia ! Pottsville, Mops
it principal intermediate stations
4 27 p. in., week days, for Hailcton, Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia and PltUbure.
J. 11, HUTCHINSON. Gen. Mgr.
J, U. WOOD, Gen. Pass. Agt,
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western.
In Effect Nov, 3, lil.
Trains leave Scranton tor New Yoru At 1.40.
8.15, 0.05. 7.60 and 10 03 a. nilliH, 3.40, 3.33
p. in. For New York and Philsdelphla-7.60,
10.06 a. m.. and 12.45 and 3 Si P. in. For Toby,
kanua At 8.W p. in. 1'or Buffalo 1.19, 0.22 and
0.00 a. in. ; 1.65, 6.60 and 11.35 p. in. For Bing
hamton and way stations 10.20 a. m. and 1.10
p. m. For Oswego, Syracuse and Utics 1.15 and
5.2.! a. in.; 1.63 p. m. Oswego, byiacus and
Utici train at 0.22 a. m. daily, except Sunday,
For Montrose P. 00 a. m.; 1.10 and 6.60 p. in.
Nicholton accommodation 4.00 and 0,15 v. in.
Uloonisburg Division For Northumberland, it
6.35 and 10.0S a. m.; 1.63 and 0.10 p. m. For
Plymouth, at 8.10 a. ni.j 3.10 and B.OO p. m
The next half yerfr will
as possible. You will desert the house for the cool porch
or the shady lawn. These places cf rest should therefore
be well fitted with substantial and comfortable furnitur,
upon which one can lounge with enjoyment and ease.
Tho Best Values in Porch Furniture, we believe, are
to be found .here, as we purchased in large quantities at
close prices and arc selling at prices based on the small
profit plan. Chairs, Rockers and Settees. All sizes, from
the small sewing chair to the jumbo style,
Under the present circumstances, a choice article of
household furniture should especially appeal to the gift
buyer, as the most suitable and acceptable token ot friend
ship and good wishes. We have made special prepara
tions to please purchasers of Wedding Gifts and for their
benefit offer a few suggestions from our large assortment of
Odd Rockers, Tabourettes, Pedestals,
Sideboards, Parlor and Library Tables,
China Closets, Odd Upholstered Pieces,
Den Furniture, Lace or Portiere ' Cur
tains,' Rugs and Art Squares
Williams & McAimlty
129 Wyoming Avenue
ft 4. $ t. .j.
For the Boys and Girls j
Also the Grown People.
The Brooks & Sanderson Shoe Co., t
Cor. Lackawanna and Wyoming Ayes.
P. S.--We Also Give Green Trading Stamps.
4. r. a. we Also uive urecn 1 racing
I CLOTHIHGT pC )0N CREDIT!
Summer Clothing Needed
Heavy Clothing is uncomfortable at this time of the
year, and it isn't at all necessary to wear it when we
are offering the light weight kind for Women, Men and
Children at low prices and on the easiest terms of pay-Light-weight
Suits for men in all the popular
Man-tailored Suits, Silk Waists, Skirts and Millinery
Patent Leather Shoes
Men' Stylish Patent Leather Shoes worth $5.00, ,
our price P5.3U
Women's Fine Patent Leather
worth $4.00, our price
317 Lacka. Ave.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Sunday Trains ror New York, 1,10, 3.15, 6.05
and 10.05 a. in.; U.19, 3.3.1 l. in. For lluftalo
1.13 and fi.2i a, m.i l.5, .60 and 11.33 p. m.
,'.. IllitJi.nitnn .ml tuau Itn.lfinu 1 1 rt 11 m
llloomsburg Division Leave bemnton, 10.03 a.
in. Mild G.lu d. in.
New York, Ontario nnl Western,
Id UQect luesd-j, Sept. 17, 1001,
lave lavo Arrh
Trains. Scianton. Carbondalo, Cadaila.
No. 1 10.M4.ni. U.lOa.m. 1.00 p.m.
' oGtu H5a'"'
iiiavo Lcaio Arrlrt
Trains. Cadosia. Caibondalc. Eiranton.
No. 0 ...'....,, T;(i?na,"" T.M. in.
Kb. 2 "15 P- '" Mp. m. 4.10 p. m.
6UNUAYB OM-V, N011TU BOUND. '
Ixjvo Leaie Arrlra
Trains. Scranton, Caibondalc. Cadosia.
No. 0 , H0 m- . fc,w P- "' , a. m.
v0. j ., ".00 p. m. Ar. Carbondalo 7,i0 p. m.
!' SOUTH BOUND. t !-.
Uio Leave Arrlva
Trains. Cadoolu. Carbondalo. Pcruntoiu
No. 0 , 7.00a.m. 7.10a.m.
vol jo 4.30p.m. POOp.m. (..43p.m.
Trains Nos. 1 on week tlay, and 0 on SuaJajs,
make main line connections (or New York city,
JJlddlctoivn, Walton, Norukli, Oneida, Ovcea
and all points wist.
For further information ccmult ticket agents,
J. V. ANDEKSO.N, O. P. A., New York.
i. E. WLCttli. r. f. A., Scranton, ft.
Reliable Home Furnlshlnxs
be soent out of doors as much
represents a I
new noveltv the 20th
Century Air Ship.
ngnts everyooay, auraoie
and harmless in every
respect, will fly from jo
to 300 feet in the air, and J
may be used hundreds
of times. One of these
Air Ships given with
every $.o purchase or
more of Shoes or Ox-
fords. All the new
Summer Styles now in
Oxfords, all sizes,
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Lehigh Valley Bailroad.
In effect May 13, 1002.
Tialtis le.iio Scranton.
For Philadelphia and New York via D. ft n.
It It., at 0.33 and 9.3S u. m., and 2.13, 4,27
(Black Diamond impress), and 11.30 p. in. Sun.
daj" 1. i. 11. ;. ,l'53' e-V P; - , ,
For Whlto llaicn, Hazleton and principal point
in the coal regions, via 1). & II. If. It., 6 33, 2.19
and 4.27 !' " I'ottsvlllo, tJ.38 a. in., S.li
'''For Bethlehem, Kaston, Reading, HarrUbur?,
and principal Intermediate stations, via D. & H.
II, 11., A.S8, 0.3S a. m.i 2.13, 1.27 (Blaclt Dla.
mowl Impress), 11:J'J p. in. bundajs, D, & II.
It. It., .i8 a. m.i 1.5, 8.27 p. m.
For TunUiannock, Touanda, Ulmlra, Ithaca,
Geneva and principal inteunediate stations, vis,
D I'. & W. It. It., 6.35 u. in. and 3.40 p. m.
For Ueneia, Rochester. Butlalo, Niagara Falls,
dhlugo and all points west, via D. A. 11. R. II.,
7,18, U0d n. in.; 3.28 (Black Diamond Kx.
uics), 7.13, 10.11, U.SO p. m. faundjjs, D. 4 II.
It. 11., 12.03, 8 27 p. m.
Pullman parlor and tleepln or Lehigh Vsllejr
Parlor iars on all trains betweea Wilkes Barra
and New York, Philadelphia, Butlalo and Suspen.
ROLUN II. WILBUR, Gen. Supt." 20 Cortlsr.iJ
street. New ork.
CIIA11LKS S. LliU. Gen. Pass. Agt., 29 CortlmJ.
street, New York.
A. W. XONUMACUER, plr. Pass. Agt., Souta
For tlcketa and Pullman reservation a apply tu
city ticket oOicc, 09 Publls Square, Wllkcg Birrs,
1 if li&j-slatv.
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