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10 ' , THE SCRANTON TRIBU3STE-MONDAY JUNE 2, 1902. ' I
MAMUnAiin mV Isaac Pout, caghler. Bcranton. I the wotld, net smallpox Is In well-bred m
tWILL BE TRIED TODAY JEO
First of the Three Murder Oasei
Growing Out of the Street Car
Strike Disturbance on Luzerne
Street Is to Be .Called for Trial In
Quarter Sesoions Court, This Morn
ing Twice Continued but Both
Sides Are' Now Ready Other Cases
on the List.
The Juno tcuu ot criminal court
opens tlila mornlnjr with Judpo John
P. Kelly In tho main court 1 00111, Judge
K. C. Newcomb, In No. 2, and President
Judge John Lynch, of Luzeine, In No. 3.
Thrco murder cases head the list.
They are those In which Sylvester P.
Cosgrove, Frank Kofszeniskl and Prank
Kinsley are charged with killing Daniel
McAullffe during a street cur strike
disturbance, at Moran's saloon, corner
of Luzerne nnd Sixteenth streets, Dec.
0 last. The trials have been twlco con
tinued, once on the motion of the de
fense, and tho second time by the dis
trict attorney. Both sides, it Is stated,
are ready for trial and one of the
cases, at leuit; will be called today. The
Cosgrove case Is to be tried first, and
on Its outcome will depend the disposi
tion of the others.
District Attorney W. R. Lewis and
It. J. Murray, private counsel for the
prosecution, will look after the com
monwealth's side. The defendant's at
torneys are Wlllard, Warren & Knapp
and O'Brien & Martin.
Cosgrove Is a superintendent of the
Drummond Detectle agency of New
York, which furnished men to man the
trolley ears during tho strike. Kofs
zenlskl Is a former motorman, who dur
ing the strike became a speciul officer,
attached to Alderman Millar's court.
Kinsley was one of the Imported trol
leymen and a special officer.
On the night of Dec. 8, a crowd of
stilke sympathizer, assembled at the
corner of Main avenue and Luzerne
streets, maintained a running assault
on cars passing that point. Cosgrove
and two of the company's office force
went over In Kinsley's car to disperse
the crowd. AH four were badly beaten,
Cosgrove being so seveiely gashed on
the head that he had to be taken to a
The next day ho was out again, how
ever, and with Kinsley, accompanied
by Special Officer Kofszeniskl to look
for the assailants of tho night befoic.
Kofszeniskl had a warrant for the ar
rest of "John Doo et al.," charging
riot and aggravated assault and bat
tery. The ofilueis went into Moran's
saloon, where a crowd was congregat
ed and after casting about for a time
picked on a young man named William
Maghran as one of those who assaulted
them trie night before. When an at
tempt was made to arrest Maghran a
fight was precipitated. Each side avers
that the other began shooting first, but
bo that as It may, there were a great
many shots fired and three of the crowd
weie wounded. McAullffe received four
bullets In the leg; John Dunleavy was
shot In the arm, and William Rouiko
received a slight flesh wound In the
body. McAullffe died from blood pois
oning ten days later at the Lackawan-
na hospital. The defendants were ar
rested but released on bail.
Among the other cases scheduled for
trial this week are the following:
George R. Stanton, ex-tax collector of
Tin oop, charged with embezzling bor
ough funds: W. W. Scranton, charged
with libel by Select Councilman Wade
M. Finn; Michael Kosh, charged with
malicious mischief to railroad; An
thony punleavy, charged by Robert
Wilson with perjury; F. H. Upton,
manager of the defunct Imperial Paint,
Stain and Filler company, charged
with embezzlement, and John Cole
man, William Llsk, Matthew Paff and
Thomas Gllboy, charged with selling
liquor without a license.
JURORS FOR THE WEEK.
The juiors drawn for the week are:
Richard J. Bell, farmer, Moscow.
(P. S. Benedict, clerk, Scranton.
Samuel Brodhead, jr., notary public Old
Austin B. Blair, gentleman, Scranton,
Oi-W. Bagley, merchant, Caibondale.
13. 13. Barton, civil engineer, Dunmore.
John W. Clouse, blacksmith, Moscow.
Almon Coon, farmer. North Abington.
Patrick Campbell, laboicr, Scranton.
John Cure, farmer, Greenfield.
Giles L. Clark, nurseryman, Scranton.
Thomas Cosgrove, superintendent, Sibley.
31. W. Coylo, merchant, Scranton.
Stephen Cole, carpenter, Wlnton.
William P. Coughlln, base ball player,
John Diirkln, bnrber, Scranton.
John B. Davis, miner, Scranton.
' John Derrig, miner, Minooka.
Bernard Dolan, mason, Scranton.
Joseph L. Davis, miner, Olyplinnt.
3 Id ward M. Dlmmtck, clerk, Scranton.
John V. Durklu, miner, Archbuld.
IMward Davis, miner, Scranton.
T. J, Doinpsoy, laborer, Dunmore,
George B. Dlmmiik, bank teller, Scranton.
A.' F. Emory, foremun, Scranton.
James Eaton, carpenter, Scranton,
Edward L. Fuller, coal operutor, Scran
ton. 31, C. Frederick, farmer, Greenflold.
Philip- O. Foy, pat It superintendent,
JUclmni Graves, farmer, La Plume.
Jcssso 'Gardner, farmer, Greenllcld.
John M. Gallagher, "driver boss, Blakely.
A. C. Hedglln, gent, Jefferson.
William Healev, miner, Scrnnton.
C. C. Hubbard, farmer. Scott.
Thomas E. .Jones, coal operator, Scran
3lev, David .Jones, .clergyman, Scranton.
Jacob Jenkins, miner, Scranton.
Peter KUehner, hotel-keeper, Scranton.
Ol, J, Kearney, liveryman, Archbald,
Harry Kenyon, farmer, Greenlleld.
Chat lea Kelly, mason,. Scrunton.
Clark1 1.owery, agont, Scranton,
C, M, Lewis, mason, Scranton.
Jcnkjn Lewis, weaver, Scranton.
IJIIn's Morris', assessor, Scranton.
Ralph .Ifelsfper, miner, Scranton.
Kdwunl Morris, Iron worker. Scranton,
Theodore Mitchell, farmer, Jeffeison.
John J, Morgan, painter, Scranton,
Kuprene Meyers, farmer, Clark'a Summit.
M. Vi Mead, blacksmith, Jermyn.
Patrick May, 'contractor, Scranton,
John' Muiiugh,t,student, Dunmore.
' P, L. Nolan, engineer, Mooslc,
John 'J, O'Boyle, merchant, Scranton.
Bernai d Q'Rellly, collector, Scranton,
A. F, O'Malley, bollermaker, Scranton.
M' 1 1 Too Great a Bisk,
In almost eyery neighborhood some
one has died from an attack of colic or
cholera morbus, often before medicine
could be procured or a physician sum
moned. A tellable remedy for these dis
eases should be kept at hand. The risk
is tjoti;gieat:.for anyone to take. Cham
be?Jaln'H Cojjc? Cholera., and Diarrhoea
Remedy has undoubtedly saved the
Ifvesof ffior'e' people and relieved more
p.-jln and suffering than any other medi
cine in use. It can always be depended
upon, For sale by ul druggists.
t. .T. Phllhln anhnnl .llrrflnr. Minooka.
Atha A. RlVcnbursc, carpenter, Old
William Hnnklns, farmer, Greenfield.
William P. Btnfford, ogent. Scranton.
W. J, Stephens, former, North Ablngton.
George B. Smith, president, Scranton. '
Stephen Simons, miner, Olyplinnt.
Floyd Sargent, farmer Ln riumc.
John Snlilon, operator, Moscow.
John C. Schmidt, clergyman, Scranton.
M. J. Smith, clerk, Dnlton.
Jo'cph SnnUo, gcntlman, Scranton.
A.P, Troutwcln, president. Carbondale.
Georgo H, Thompson, manager, Scrnnton.
Frank Washburn, manager, Scranton.
Henry Walter, painter, Scrnnton.
George Waters, Jr., Jeweler, Scranton.
J. C. Ynrrlngtou, farmer, Greenfield.
Next week the first case to bo tried
Is that In which Police Officer Michael
Davis, of Mooslc, Is chnrged with kill
ing Peter King In a saloon In Mluookn,
early one Sunday morning, February
lfi, 1902. Tho oleomargarine cases nnd
the two cases In which Will P. Clifford
Is charged by Sam J, Porter with faho
personation of a detective- and constable
are also on next week's 'list.
In the Orphans' court on Saturday,
Judge A. A. Vosburg confirmed nisi the
widows' appraisement In the estate of
John Reese, deceased, and in tho estate
of James Chambers, deceased.
Patrick P. Cuslck was nppolnted
guardian of the minor children of Pat
rick Cuslck, decensed, Anna Elizabeth,
Ambrose, Eugene and Bartholomew.
John B. Jordan, esq., appeared for tho
John M, Evans was appointed guar
dian of Reba Phelps and Cora Phelps.
In the estate of Frederick Simon, de
ceased, hearing was continued to such
time as may hereafter be fixed by
agreement of counsel.
On motion of W. A. Wilcox, esq., Solo
mon Foster was admitted to practice
in the Orphans' court.
Order was handed down for private
sale of real estate In the estate of C.
W. Brundage. A. D. Dean, esq., ap
peared. An order was handed down granting
leave to mortgage real estate for pay
ment of debts In the estate of John
Lamed. B. F. Tlnkham, esq., appeared.
Also estate of Benjamin F. Hughes, de
ceased. H. C. Reynolds, esq., appeared.
Return of sale of real estate in es
tate of Catherine S. Brown confirmed
nisi. F. M. Monaghan, esq., appeared
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
Tho Jury In the cane of Knte Keegan
against the Methopolitan Insurance com
pany bioucrht in a -pidlct for the de
fendant Saturday. Action was btought to
Attorney Georrjo D. Taylor, master In
the case of Gcoige 31. Wlnnns against
George G. Wlitans, filed his final lepoit on
Satuiday. It was conflimed bv court.
Solomon Foster was admitted to pi no
tice In eouit on Sattinlav on motion of
Attorney William A. Wilcox.
LANCASTER WAS EASY.
Defeated by Scranton In a Loosely
Played Exhibition Game at the
Scranton and Lancaster played their
last game Saturday afternoon. It was
a benefit for the players and Scranton
easily won, owing: to the fact that Lan
caster was unable to hit McGarry, while
on the other hand, Fox was a cinch.
Schm.ilts and Logan did some of the
best batting- seen at the park this sea
sou. Blakey was unable to be In the game,
because he had to leave to join his
team. It was a loosely played game,
from start to finish. The seme:
It. II. P.O. A. E.
Gorton c.f. ..,
GillerdU, l.f. ,
T. Logan 2b. ,
J. L,oga:i, r.f.
Sullivan, lb. .,
Stroh, s s, ..,
Selnberpr, c. .,
McGany, p. ,
Totals 10 23 24 11
It. II. P.O. A.
King. r.f. Olio
Shlnners, l.f 0 0 o 0
Locher, s.s 0 2 2 0
Bnlzer, Sb 0 12 1
Fordney, c 2 13 0
Fen Is, c.f, , 2 l i i
Bratton, 2b 2 2 7 2
Keener, lb., p 13 6 0
Fox, p., lb 112 3
Totals S 12 21 13 5
Seoio by innings:
Seianton 0 0 2 fi 0 2 G 0 10
Lancaster o 101010 5 S
Earned runs Seianton, 2; Lancaster, 3;
Babes on balls-Off McGarry, !; off Fo.,
a. Struck out By McGany, 3; by
Keener, 1. Three base hltH Schmaltz,
Steinberg. Two base hits Got ton, T. Lo
gan 3, Stroll, Locliei, Bratton. Sacrifice
hits. Bratton, Stelnbeig. Double plays
Schmaltz and I.ogau, Gorlon and Logan,
Steinberg, Stroll and Schmaltz, Locher,
Btatton and Keener, 2. Wild pitches
Fox. Passed balls Stelnbeig 2. I'oidnuy.
Umpire Jeffries. Time of game 1. 10.
What Is Now Known as to His Dan-
gerousness to Health.
From Ilarpoi's, Weekly.
Some curious and even amassing In
formation comes from Havana as to
tho disappearance of yellow fever
thtouBh the eradication of the mosqui
to. The average number of deaths an
nually from yellow fever In Havana
has, through a long series of yeats,
ranged around 300. In the year that
followed the beginning of the war on
mosquitoes lliero weie but five. The.
Idea that these "tenors of the night"
ate the sole carriers of the yellow
scourge is not now. It was put forth
definitely by Dr. Flnlay twenty years
ago, Even now It Is doubtful If it
It would have received any attention
from medical men or the health boards
If It weie not for similar Results hi an
other field. The work of fnjor Ronald
Itoss, of tho distinguished Dr, Koch,
and especially of an untiring band of
Italian bacteriologUts, has conclusive
ly demonstrated that the mosquito Is
the Infecting agent In malaria, Inter
mittent fever, and all Its varied forms.
A year ago tho army authorities at
Havana threw aside the usual (and
useless) precautions against yellow
fever, and began a merciless campaign
for the extermination of the mosquito
thete, with a view of testing Dr. Fin
lay's theory as to yellow fever, The
methods were simple and direct. Every
yellow fever victim was Isolated from
possible contact by means of netting,
the house thoroughly fumigated, and
tho insects, so far as possible, killed off.
Bogs and stagnant pools were filled up.
Kerosene was employed freely where
filling was too expensive. Ponds were
stocked with surface-feeding fish, -which
ate up the larvae. as soon as laid, The
result is indicated above. In another
year yellow feyer will be as little known
in Cuba, and we hope In all the rest of
tnc wotia, as smmipox is in weu-orea
places now. Concurrently with the dis
appearance of the chief scourge of the
tropics win go tne secona mainrin.
Tho variety of mosquito which carries
tho 0110 disease does not carry tho other,
Hut the' two mny breed In the same
pool; the only way Is to kilt all mos
uultocs. ANOTHER SMALL-FOX CASE,
James Matthews, of South Rebecca
Avenue, Is the Victim.
.Tames Matthews, of 145V& South Re
becca avenue Is the latest victim re
ported suffering from sinalt-pox. The
case was reported to tho bureau of
health Satuiday by Dr. D. W. Evans.
The patient was Immediately removed
to the Emergency hospital, nnd the
ho'uso quarantined. It Is not yet
known where Matthews contracted tho
disease. ' .
D., L. AND W. BOARD FOR TODAY.
Following Is the make-up of the
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
board for today:
MONDAY, JUNE 2.
Extrna Enst-0.30 a. m., work tialn, It
Pushers 11. t3 a. m., Moran: 7.30 p. m
Murphy; 9 p. m., W. II. Barth.
Helpers 1.10 a. m., McGovern; 7 a. m.,
Gnffncy; 10 a. m., Sccor; 4.30 p. m., Stan
ton. Scranton' Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Far of 100.
Lackawanna Dairy Co., Pr.... go
County 8a v. Bank & Trust Co 300
First Nat. Bank (Carbondale). ... BOO
Third National Bank 650
Dimo Dep. & DIs. Bank 300
Economy L H. & P. Co 46
First National Bank liOO
Lack. Trust & Safe Dep. Co... 1D
Clark & Snover Co . Pr 125
Scranton Savings Bank W0
Traders' National Bank 225
Scinnton Bolt & Nut Co 125
People's Bank 135
Scranton Packing Co 35
Scranton Passenger Runway,
111 st mortgage, duo 1920 115
People's Street Railway, llrst
mortgage, duo 1918 115
People's Street Railway, Gen
oral mortgage, due 19.il 115
Scranton Trac. Co., (! per cent, 115
Economy L., II. & P. Co 97
N. Jersey & Pocono Ice Co 97
Consolidated Water Supply Co ... 105
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrected by H. G. Dale, 27 Lacka. Ave.)
Butter Fresh creamery, 23c; flesh
Etrgs Neaiby, ISe.: western, 17i4c.
Wanow Beans Per bushel, $2.33a2.40.
Oieen Peas Per bushel, $2 25.
Onions Bermudas. $2.00 per crate.
Potatoes Per bushel. SOc.
Pays 3 interest on
savings accounts whether
large or small.
Open Saturday evenings
from 7.30 to S.30.
An investment oppoitttnity of ex
traordinary merit. It is the best
known mining property in the state
AJOeveloped Working nine
Not a Prospective Proposition.
A limited amount of stock is now
being offered to raise money for im
piovement in equipment and gener
al development of the property.
Awarded Bronze Hedal
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 tho ground floor.
Write for full particulars,
SIX EAGLES MINING GO
12013 Orozler Bldg., Philadelphia' Pa.
We offer, to yield About
5 per cent.,
(Total Issue, $1,020,000)
BUTTE ELECTRIC POWER CO.
5 per cent. 1st Mortgage Sink
ing Fund Gold Bonds.
Maiming 1 to SO yean.
Rudolph Kleybolte & Co.
1 NASSAU STREET,
NEW YORK CITY,
Successor to Machine Business of
Dickson Manufacturing Co., Scranton
nd Wilkes. Barre. Pa,
Stationary Engines, Boilers, Mining
SHORT SEA TRIPS.
A few days can be pleasantly spent
In a trip to
Old Point Comfort, Va.
Washington, D. C
OLD M10I L!K
Steamers sail dally exqept Sunday
from Pier 2(5, Nuith River, foot of
Beach stieet, Xcw York.
Tickets, Including meals and state
room accommodations, 5S.0O one way,
JIK.OO tound ttlp, and upwards.
Send stamp for Illustrated book.
OLD DOA1INION STEAflSHIP CO.
SI Bench Street, Now York, N. Y.
H. B. WALKER,
Tiafllu Manugei. J. J. BROWN,
General Passenger Agent.
A Lodging House
A Restaurant . .
A Grocery Store.
A Provision Store
A Bakery ....
A Cigar Store. .
A Pool Room. . .
Or Any Business
4 Lines 10 Cents
fietty Low Fitce, Veu'll Admit.
A BIT-A PALPABLE HIT!
The women are delighted with the
"Dorothy Dodd" Shoe.
Such a shoe for three dollars Is a
revelation. It fits the foot In every spot
it doesn't wrinkle nor does it pinch.
It's just right, and besides it has all the
lines of beauty that you would expect in
a shoe designed for women by a woman
o'f artistic taste and special skill.
The Boots are $3.00
(A Few Specials 50 Cents Extra.)
Let us show you the
new shoe that is caus
ing the sensation in
the shoe trade.
The Brooks &
Sanderson Shoe Co
Cor. Lackawanna and Wyoming Arcs.
C 41 4 i ! 4"i 4 'i 4"S"E"' 4 4"a '
i PUSHER t
.j. . . .j. .j. j tft .j. .J. .j. $ .j. 4. 4, !
n.Sl Scranton, Pa.
Old 'Hhone, 2331.
New 'Pnons, 2935.
THE NEW DISCOVERY
853427 Pcnn Avenue.
A "For Rent" sign
on your house will
only be seen by the
A "For Rent" ad.
in The Tribune will
bo seen by ALL who
may be contemplating
a change of residence.
Four lines one time, 10c,
Four lines three times, 25c
WE GIVE TRADING STAMPS.
77TS5 CNTEftPftlSINO DEALERS CAN
supply voun ncsps or every
CHftOTSfl PROMPTLY AND SATIS
FACTORILY. ROR SALE
BtlGGlES anil WACJOXS of all kindi; also
ilouM") and Iitnldlnp: lots at bargains.
HORSES CUPPED and GROOMfD at
M. T. KELLER
Lackawanna Carriage Works.
U.S. J oolqey e Oo
Plate Glass and Lumber
OF ALL KINDS.
SECURITY B'JILOINa t3WIN3SUVION
t Home Oilke. 20S 03 Hears Building:.
We are maturing sliaiM eaili month which
dhmv a net ain to tlif investor of about 12
pei tint. Wo loan mouei. We also lsue
I'l'IJ, PAID SIOCK $100 00 per share, inter
est raj able seml-amrally.
Al.nUlM' BALL, Secrclaiy.
E. JOSEPH KUZTTEL,
rear fill I.acLananna aienue, manufacturer of
Wile Screens nt all kinds; fully picparul for
tho sprinj season. We make all kind of
poroli screens, etc.
General Ccntractor, Bailder and Dealer In
Bulldinc Stone, Cementing of cetlais a spe
cialty. Telephone 2JB2.
Office, 22T Washington arenue.
The sen an ton vitrified brick
Makers of Pa.lng Biick, etc. M. II. Dale,
Coieial talcs Agent, Office 329 Washington
ave. Woiks nt Nay Aug, 'a E. 4: W. V. n.H.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Schedule iu UUect June 3, 1901.
Trains leave seianton; O.M a. ro., week days,
through vestibule tialn from Mlkes-Ilarre. Pull
man tmflct parlor car and toadies to Philadel
phia, via I'otUville; stops al principal interme
diate stations. Alio connects tor Sunbur, liar
ruburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and
for Pittsburg cud the uctt,
0 38 a. in,, week dajs, for Sunbury, lijrnsburg,
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washlngtou and Pitts
burg and the west.
1,J p. m., ucvk days ffiundays, 1.53 p. ra.),
for hunlmry, llarrWburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington and Pitching and tho west.
3.28 p. in,, week days, through vestibule train
from Wilkca-Baire. Pullman bullet parlor car
and toadies to Philadelphia via Potlsville. Stop
at principal intermediate atatlons
.27 p. m., week day., for Hjzleton, Sunbury,
ItarrUbirf, Philadelphia and Pittsburg.
.1, It, IIIIICW.SSU.N. Gen. JIgr.
J, B. WOOD, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Delaware aud Hudson.
In Kliect November 21. 1001,
Trains lot Caibondale leave Scranton at 6.20,
8 00, tSJ, 10 U a. in.; 12.00, 1.2U, 'J.St, 8 62,
0 20, OX, 7,57, 0.J3, 11.20 p. n:.i l.tll a. in.
for llonesUtle 0.20, 10. Ua. in.; 2.21 and 5.2)
For Wllkcs-Barre 0 28. 7.t9, 8 41, 0 38, 10.41
a. m.i 12.0J, 1, 2li, S.23, 4,27, CIO. 7.48,
10.41, 11,30 p. in.
For U V, It. It. roints J.!8, 0.S3 a. m.j 2,18.
4 27 and 11,30 p. in.
Vox PemisiivanU It. It. Poiiits 8.38, 8.38 a.
m.i 1.4i. "- and 4.27 p. 111.
for Albany and all points noitli 0.20 i. m.
and 3.0 J p. m.
For Caibondale b 60, 11.JJ a, m.j 2.31, 3.52,
8 62 and 11.17 p. m.
tor Wilkfa Baire' -033 . m.: 12.03, 1.68, 3.28,
0 32 and 0.17 p. m.
For Albaii) and points north 3 62 p. ra.
For llonetdale 8 60 a. m. and 3 63 p. iu.
W. I. pttVOn, D. P. A., bcrautoa. Pa.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western.
In Effect June 1, 1902.
Trains leave Scranton for New York
Ac 1.50. 3 20, 6 05, 7.60 and 10.10 a. m.; 12.40,
3.40, 3.35 p. m. For New York and Phila
delphia 7.50. 10 10 a. m., anil 12.40 and 3.35
p. in. For Qouldsboro At C10 p. m. For
Buffalo 1.13, 6 22 and 9.00 a. m.; 1.63, 659
and 11.10 p. m. For Blnghainton. Elmlrti
and way stations 10 23 a. ni 1.05 p. m
For Osseeo. Syiacuso and Iltlca 1.13 and
6 22 a. m.; 1.53 p. m. Oswego, Syracuse
and Utlca train at b 22 a. m. daily, except
Sunday. For Montrose S.00 a. m.; 1.05
and 6 50 p. m. Nicholson accommodation
4.00 and 613 p. m.
Bloomsburfe- Division For Northumber
land, at 6.35 and 1010 a. m.: 153 nnd filfl
p. m. For Plymouth, at 8.10 a. m.; 3f3
and 9 05 p. ni. .
Sunday Trains For New York, 1.50, 3 20,
COS, 10.10 a. m.; 3 40 and 3 33 p. m. 1 'or
Buffalo 1.15 and 0.22 a. m.; 153, 6.50 t nd
11.10 p. in. For KImira and way statlor s
ju .; u. in. .uiuujiiBuur uivision i.eii.ve
sci anion, xv.iu a. in. anu b.io p. m.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
In effect May 13. 1902.
Trains le.tvo Scranton.
Per Philadelphia and New York via I). A tt
R. R., at B.'M and 9.33 a. m., and 2.18, 4,37
(Black Diamond Express) , and 11.33 p. m. Sun.'
dajs, D. A, II. R. K., 1.69, 8.27 p. m. , 1
Tor White tlnven, Ilaxlctou and principal poita
n the coal regions, via II. & II, R. R 6.38, 2.1$
and 4.27 p. m. For PotUvillc, 6.33 a, m., 2.1$,
p. m. 1
For Bethlehem, Easton, Reading, Harriaburr,
and principal intermediate stations, via D. It H.
It. It., 6 39, 9.38 a, ra.; 2.18, 4.27 (Black Dia
mond Impress), 11:39 p. 111. Sundays, D. ti II.
R. It., tUS a- m. ; 1.5b. 8 27 p. ni.
For Tunkhannock, Towandj, Elmira, Ithaca,
Geneva and principal intermediate stations, vis
O, I. Si W. 11. It., 6.35 a. in. and 3.40 p. m.
For Geneva, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara Falls,
Chicago and all points nest, via D. & H. R. R ,
7.48, 12.03 a. in.; 3 2S (Black Diamond Ex
press), 7.48, 10.41, 11.30 p. m. Sundays, D. Si II.
ft. It., 12.0J, 8.27 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehigh Valley
Parlor care on all trains between Wllkes-Barra
and New YotU, Philadelphia, Buffalo and Sujpen.
BOLLIN II. WILBUR, Gen. Supt., 26 Cortland
street, New York.
CHARLES S. LEE. Gen. Pass. Agt., 28 Cortland
ttrect, New York.
A. W. NO.NEMAC1IEB, Dir. Pass. Agt., South
For tickets and Pullman reservations apply tot
city, ticket ofllce, 69 Public Square, Wilkea-Bant,
Central Railroad of New Jersey,
In Efleit Hay IS, 1002.
Stations in New York, 'foot Liberty street and
South Ferry, N. If. i
Trains liave btranton for New York, Phila
delphia, Easton, Bethlehem, Allentown, Mauch
Chunk, While Haven, Ashley, Wllkcs-Barre and
Plttston nt 7.30 a. 111., 1 p. ni. and 4 p. ro. Sun
day, 2.10 p. ill.
Oinktr City KNprtii leaves Scranton 7.30 a. m,,
IIiioiikIi solid viMibulc train with Pullman Buffet
Parlor Cur for Philadelphia with only one changa
of cils for Baltimore and Washington, D, C, and
all pilnclpal points boutll and west.
For Avoia, Plttston and Wllkcs-Barre, 1 p. m.
and 4 p, 111. huiiday, 2.10 p. in.
For Long Bramh, Oiean Grove, etc., 7.30 and
l-'oi Heading, Lebanon and Harrisburg via Al.
leiitowii at 7,30 a. m., 1 p. in, and 4 p. ra. Sun
day, 2.10 p. in.
For 'I'uuuiiua and i'ottsville, 7.30 a. in., 1 p.
in. and 4 p. m.
For ralta and tickets apply to agent at aiation.
W. II. IlKl.l'.ll, Uen. Manager,
C. M. BURT, lien, Pass. Agt.
New York, Ontario and Western,
In Effect Tuesday, Sept. 17, 1901,
Leave Leave Arrlva
Lcavo Leave Arrlva
Trains. Cadosia. Carbondale. Scranton.
t,' SUNDAYS ONLY, NOlilll BOUND.
Leave Iave Arrlva
Trains. Suanton. Carbondale. Cadosia
No. U S 30 a. in, 0. 10 p. in. 10. 45 a. m
No. 6 ,,,.tM 7.lp. in. Ar. Carbondale 7.40 p, m
no. imi"i goUTil BOUND.
Leave Leave Arrlva
Trains. Cadosia. Carbondale. Fcranton
Ivo 0 7.00a.m. 7.40a. ni
No. 10 , 4 30 p. 111. 0 00 p. 111. 6 45 p. m.
Trilna Nos. 1 on neck Uj. and 9 on Sundays
make main lino connections for New York city'
Uiddletowu, Walton, Norwich, Oneida, Oavvsga
nd all polntl vest.
For further information rcmult ticket aienta.
'j. I'. ANDERSON, G. P A., New Srt
J. E. WELSH, T. P, A Scranton, Pa,