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IHH MEN AT CAMP HOBAN
Weather Has the Effect of Inspiring
the Hope That the Remainder of
the Camp Will Be Satisfactory.
This Will Bo "Bishop's Day" and
Bt. Rev. Bishop Hoban Is Expected
to Pay a Visit to the Camp Somo
Gossip About the Lancers.
The fnlrly pleasant weather of yes-
rday atoned In a cootl measuie for
the perversity of the eleincnls since the
Klrst Lancers' encampment begun at
Luke Lodore on Friday.
There was only one rainfall of any
dlstutblng force. This fell In the even
ing about 6.30, while the battnllon dilll
was in pi ogress In the pavilion, and
wits of only short duration. The camp
was, therefore, In extraordinarily line
spirit, and new hope illled the soldlcis
that they would yet icallzc the keen
anticipations thev had of the week's
stay at the lakeside.
The only happening of Importance
was the battalion drill, which took
place In the pavilion. This was due to
the circumstance thai the ball field,
designated us the cit 111 Held, was still
wuter-soaked fiom the abnormal lnln
fall and wholly unllted for even careful
picking of one's way.
The dtlll was the most satisfactory
of the encampment. It was the first
conducted with the teglmentul band,
Rowley's band, of Wllkes-Baiie, and
with the stlirliiE stialns of the mlll
taty match filling the pavilion, the
Lancets took on new spirits and made
a l espouse , that was highly gratifying
to Colonel Phillips and Major McNIch
olK By the end of the week, the sol
dlcis will make a showing that cannot
but win the warmest admiration of the
THIS IS BISHOP'S DAY.
Today will be "Bishop's day" In
camp. lit. Rev. Bishop Hoban, who
lias taken a special Interest n thp en
campment, lending his personal efforts
to Its success, will visit the Lancers
and will be received as a eucst of
honor. He will artlve on the afternoon
tinln and will be met at the station by
I tow ley's Regimental inand and the
leglment. The ptocesslon will conclude
with a battalion di 111.
Tomotrow pionilbos to be a busy and
interesting day In Camp Hoban. Nevci
Mnk Brothel hood of Hallway men, of
Tort Jen is, will lun an excursion to
the lake. Thev hae made aitange
ments for special ttalns to and from
the lake both fiom Poit Jervis and
Scranton. It Is expected that thete will
be sevcial thousand poisons piescnt
from between these noints, A featute
of the day will lie a ball game between
the descents, of Carbondaie. and the
Poit Jeiis team.
SOME CAMP GOSSIP.
John Mav, of Company l, who was
Indisposed for u d.ij or two, has wholly
recovered and Is on duty again.
The giant of the camp is Private Hart,
of Company B.
Lieutenant John Devanney, of the com
pany oi ganged in Catbondale, but in
camp a detached member of Company
B, has the m.iikbmanshlp and the Minko
iccotd of camp. He lias shot the tails
oft nine chlpmmiKs and sttuck a rattle
snake on the tail.
Sits. J. r, Phillips, of Wilkes-Baire,
wtfe of Colonel Phillips, was a visitor at
officers' (matters on Sunday. Among
jestetday'b vlsitois wete Misses Uuldcn
und Fuddrn, of North Sciaiiton.
Spiov Intel est was given last night's
pioceedlngs l a cout t-nun ti.il of M. r.
3'lvnn and Patrick Ttcllly, privates of
companv B. The two delinquents slept
In a hotel in Wavm.irt. They tried to
pass the gu.uds In the euily mottling,
but were dlbcnvcied and leported to
hcadquaiteib. lloth men wete the butt
of the camp iokcis all day jesterday.
Tltlb ilsh story, will easily surpass any
that may be told (luting the encamp
ment. Yesterday foicnoon, Private Dom
rlck Gcttitv, of Company C. Noith
Scranton, went llshlng on the lake.
Somehow, he can't tell volt why, a fish
swiped his bait and his hook. Genlty
pulled Jit. Pish into the boat, because
he didn't Know how to let go. When
released, tho llsh began to flop and jump
mound the boat, Just like any fish
would. Get lily wasn't next. With a des
petate grunt, ho cxclnlmcd, '"I'll fix ou,
ou rascal!" Relieved of this much, ho
laid hold of a pall of water and proceeded
to pour It over the athletic fish to dtown
him. Now ho'b Irving to llgure bow tho
sucker became mote active (lining his
bath and seemed tickled to death.
Rowloy'.s hand, which enlivens camp
with splendidly lendeicd music, Is under
the direction of Tom Rowley, a fotmer
Caiboudalhin, who Is hewing out inlto
n leputatlon In the Luzerne county seat
as a hand leader.
Besides the lienor It enjojs because of
the music or Its hand, Wllkes-Batio also
has tho honor of tho best drilled com
pany in camp. Tho Young Men's Drill
Order, from tho Liuemo capital, tuns
nwuy with all the picc1I(. It is llkcwlto
the hcsl apepatlng company In camp.
Johnnie Doughei, of Atchbald, gteoted
a host of acquaintances In camp on
Sunday, The bojs missed the inevitable
bouquet on Johnnie's coat lapel. Tills
glaring oversight In his toilet was nttrl
j buted to the lalny day,
BAUSCHMEYEB, IS NOT DEAD.
Hoadleys Tanner Was in the City
Frank Rauschmev er, the Hoadleys
farmer, who had such a desperate en
counter with n snake u week or so ago
and who was leported to bo dead, was
)i tho city yestetday to nssuie ids
f 1 lends that ho Is very much alive,
Ruuschineyer was bitten by the snake
on tho, cud of tho index linger of tho
Jeft hand, but amateur surgery In
dulged In by Ruuschmeyer on the spot
and a laige dose of untl-suake bito
medicine, such as every woodsman pio
vldcs himself with, saved his lite,
' ' ' t
John Gallagher' ,,, , Sirnnton
Maigatot Lilly , Sciantou
Thomas J, McGairy ,.,,,,, Dunmoio
Maty Catroll ....,.,,, 8cinn.ton
John McU&nough Sciniiton
Elizabeth Malta , ....Sciantou
Edwaul J, Conway .,, ,,,.,Sciuntoti
Margaietli Logan ..,,..,, Scinnton
A WEL1 KNOWN ALBANY MAN.
Recommends Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
About eighteen months ago Mr, Y. S,
. Manning, of Albany, N. Y., widely
known In trade circles as the repiesen-
tutlve of the Albany Chemical Co., was
suffering fiom a protracted attack of
dlurrhoea. "I tried Chumtwrlaln's Col-
ie, Choleia and Diarrhoea Remedy," he
says, "and obtained immediate relief. I
cheerfully recommend this medicine to
those similarly afflicted!" Sold by all
dvufffjlfcts. ' ' ,
I Wouldn't it make you hungry I
I to hear a talking machine I
I SAY I
I Zu Zu I
The best 1 Br 4m VP
I Ginger Snap m
I you ever tasted. j jg J
I 5ccnts Mi i?fl
a package. M(A A H
I JM ffidsb. I
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Wall Street KeTle-w.
New Yoik, July 21. Theio wcio vailous
demonstiatlons of stteugth in individual
stocks today, hut the sustaining force of
these advances was taken advantage gn
oveiy occasion to sell other stocks tor the
pin pose of lealizing piollts nhls was et
fected without any notable damage to
ptices, owing to the judicious and caie
tul manner In which tho maiket was fed.
In the lust half hour of the market, hovv
evct, when It became known that ar
langemenls bad been made for a ship
ment of $1,000,000 In gold to Europe by
tomonovv's stcamci, the whole maiket
turned downwatds and closed active and
easy. No much was left of culler gains
in anv case, and Pennsjlvania. which
was the conspicuous leader of the early
maiket, closed at a small net loss The
enilv sttenctli of this stock was attribut
ed to tho supposed acquit ement of contiol
of Reading, but the other subsidiary com
panies failed to pattlclpate, Chesapeake
and Ohio and Not folk and Western be
ing among tho weak stocks foi the dav.
The decision of the coal mlneis' conven
tion against a geneial stiike wns antici
pated vvith ccitainty, and the large buy
ing of last week of the soft coal cairleis
was on that account The heavy lealizing
of the day was doubtless on the giound
that all the good news coucctnins; theso
stocks for the piesent has been published.
Among western ralltoads the active spec
ulation shifted to Missouri Pacific. Atchi
son and St. Louis Southwcstoi n. Repot ts
of weather favoiable to the eiops was tha
continuing Influence on these stocks, hut
it failed to affect tho piieo of other stocks
which would be equally benefited by good
ciop3. Old litmois wete levlvcd of a
closer i elation between St Louis South
western and Chicago and Lastcin Illinois
The lepoits of dnmage bv floods In the
western states vveie ignoied. The lndus
ttlals weio Idle and neglected. The fail
mo of tho judicial confeicnlo which was
expected to take up tho appeal in the
case against tho I'nlted States Steel stock
cotneislon plan may have been an Influ
ence In killing speculation In those stocks.
London was quite a bcavv seller of stocks
this moiiilnc beio nnd was Itself a suf
ferer fiom liquidation from Paris of ac
counts In South Afi leans. Total sales,
WW.OOO shaies. Theio was an easier ten
dency In the bond market which shows a
lather notable lae'e of Investment de
mand. Total salrs par value, M.T0i.0WI
Tnltcd Slates old fours tegular declined
per cent, on tho last call,
The following quotations s,re furnished
The Tribune by Haight & Kreeso Co , Ji
ll! Meais Building. W. D. Run) on, man
ager. Open.High.Low Close
Am.ll. Copper t-Vs l"''i '"s (HBa
Am. C. & F UJ-& !)J'8 HJ-H a.'i
Ameilcan Ico IHi U 1H3 11','j
Am. Ice. Pr oSV'a JS'i JS'4 3S4
Am. Locomotive i .!l7s '- "!
Am. Loco, Pr 9 in 01 flr8 0JU-
Ameilcan Sugar ....UOn l.-FJ 1 "J 12'1'8
Anaconda Copper ...105 lni lol 10!
Atchison h9 !U sO P0U
Atchison, Pr loin li).,3H mm lui'i
Bait. &. Ohio 110 ll llu Ill's
Bro'ok. R. T 7J'i 7J'i 7(iV TOKj
Canadian Pacific ....UiV. 1J7U 3 ''i 1.74
Cheg. &. Ohio MVs Wi HI S",
Chicago & Alton .1.. I 41'', '4 1!8
Chic. &G. AV J'l'i llt III
C. M. & St. P lSi',4 lJn 1S178 1M78
C R. I. & P ISO ISt ISO 1S1
Col. Fuel & Hon .... 9T 0791 Do'l WJ
Col. & So'lthetn .... ."114 ,1U 3.! !)'
Col. & South, 2d Pr. f h 41'8 41?i 4078
Del. & Hud 171 170 171 1711
Bile .TOi f.STs RS .IS
Brie, 1st Pr . t.9Ta 70 1,1)4 u9?i
Kilo. 2d Pr ."it M SI lil
Hocking Valley OlVt 9I'4 9l'4 5M'i
Illinois Central Ih.1 lhi. lir. luvs
Kan. City & South.. SIT-a 2U3i S8 3G''
Louis. & Nash 140 urn;, no no
Manhattan i:.'i 1J7U 1 !"i'n 1 j'i7,.
Met. St. Ry loin lVMi l.-,on VJ)
Mexican Cential .... 30'', .504 30 30
Mo K. : Tex 30'H '."in riVi
llo K, & Tex., Pr.. h bin i i,i
mo. p.ieinc in novi inn iir8
N, Y, Cential 1J'4 JSl lum lMJi
Norfolk & West .... l..' il.' OOn 'l
Out. & West 3I', 31'', 3I'5 31'8
Pacino Mali 4on ml 4or. 4on
Pciuiu. R. R HiOVi H'lH 1.w IM's
Pcopio'R Gas ior, join loin mils
Ptcssed Steel Cur ... 17 4Si 47',i IS
MeauitiK Mi 07-n if ti7
Reading, 1st Pr SMI MU wit sr,i'.
Rending. I'd Pr 7. 7Jn 7:n 7Jn
Republic Steel W Wl JS'i IS'i
St. L. & Bm. V 71 7l' 71 71'',
noutnern rneiiio ,,,. i.i i4 i(R us
Southern R. R :i0'i 31", :isi ran
Southcin R. R. Pr.. fi'n 07n 97H 07n
Tcnn, Cu.il & lion.,, uin raw4 ')'g i-va
Tcmis & Pacltls .... 4"i'l 4'i'i I4"5 It
I'nlon Paclilo ...losn insi, 107';, 107,
t'nloii Pacific, Pr .. 9S U8 om iijii
U, S. Leather 1I& r.la 1 14 H'4
B, 8. Leather, Pr ., ST. K, S' si
p, s, steel .. ,...,,.. liTfc 41 ion 41
V. B. Steel. Pr 00H oov. 90' MV4
Wabash , 31', :ilJ 31 31
Wabash, Pr Hn 47H 4i.n 47
Western Billon fS1i W, SS Rf.
Wheel. & L K. ,..(.. 1'1'i Sl'i L-I'm '.'PK
Wisconsin Continl ., :'S 5S Wa '.TO
Total sales. 03!,t0rt shares,
Money, 3 per cent.
CHICAGO GRAIN Jk PROVISION.
WHEAT. Onsn. High. Low. Clos
Soptember ....... "-' 7." 7in 71H
December .., 71 fia 7lVi 71
September ....... con fil't C0',8 covi
December ....... IflU WA 4a 46
September .,...,. 33 331 av 33M
December 32tf 3Yt 3J'.J 32i
Septehber ,18 20 18.23 18 00 18 00
September .,.,....'10.75 10 SO 10 67 10.7S
Beptcmber , 10.70 10.77 10.07 10.07
NEW YORK CQTTON MARKET,
Open. High. Low. Closa.
August .,,., 8 CO 8 60 8.47 S 41
September ......... SIS Sltt i.li x.rj
October ,.,., 7.03 7 93 7 90 7 00
Eecftinhfir ......... 7.83 7.83 7.80 7.81
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on. Par of 100.
Lackawanna Dairy Co , Pr.... 60
County Say. Bank & Trust Co 300
Fiist Nat.'Bank (Carbondaie). ... 500
Third National Bank 530
Dimo Dep. &'Dis Bank 300
Economy L H. & P. Co 45
Fltst National Bank Uoo
Lack. Trust As Safe Dep. Co... 193
Clark & Snover Co, Pr 123
Scranton Savings Bank b00
Tiaders' National Bank 223
Scranton Bolt & Nut Co 123
People's Bank 1J5
Scranton Packing Co 33
Sciantou Passenger Railway,
(list moitgage, duo 1920 115
People's Stieot Railway, fust
mortgage, due 191S 115
People's Stieot Railway. Gen
eial moitgage. due 1921 in
Scianton Tiac. Co , per cent. 115
Economy L, H. & 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 Ftesh cicamciy, 21c. j fresh
Eggs Neat by. 21c.; w ostein, 20c.
Mm tow Beans Per bushel, J2 35a2.40.
Gt eon Peas Per bushel, $2 25.
Onions $2 00 per bag.
New Potatoes $2 73a3 per bai 1 el.
New York Grain and Produce Market
Now Yoik, Julv 21. Flour Market was
dull and easlci with buveis and sollcis
again apatt. AVhciit Spot easv: No. 2
led. 7S',.e. elevator; No. 2 led, 79naS0c f.
o. b. afloat; No. 1 noithein Duluth, SJ'le.
f. o. b afloat. Big teceipts and a poor
demand foi spot gialn weakened a cent
per bushel today. Tiade was gcneially
llKht and local, with sentiment bcailsh.
Final piices showed &04c. Ilet loss. July
closed S073c; September, 77c; December,
77'bC C01 n Spot cusv ; 'No. 2, 7014c. ele
Mitor and 70'ic. f. o. li afloat; option
maiket was strong at fltst on covering
but after midday broke shaiplv on a
wlthdiawnl of support and closed ',aic.
no lower. July closed 70nc; September,
uine Oats Spot strong: No 2, bJc: No.
2 white. 04c ; No. 3 white. Kiic ; Hack
mixed western, I,2afi3c; track white west
ern. GSabGc; tiaclc white, state, fiJawic;
option maiket was stiong and active on
July for a time, but later turned weak all
lonnd llnough geneial unloading,
lound thrqugh general unloading, Butter
Steady; ctcameiv, 18a21Ke.; do. faeloiy.
loalSc; lenovatcd, 17al9Vc; imitation
cieameiy. 17nl9c; state daily, njjiiOVic.
Cheese Quiet; now state full cieam.
small coloicd fanc.v. 10c : small white, 9-H
nlOc; Uigo colntPd, 97sc; huge white,
9nc. Ekbs Flim; state nnd Pcnnsyl
cania, 20aJ0Hc: western candled, 10',:C.;
southwcstoi n, Hial'c.
Chicago Grain Market.
Chicago, July 21. Bcailslt sentiment,
caused by fair weather and tho better
movement in siains, was In the ascend
ant today on the boaid of tiade. For a
shoit time July oats thtcatened to Hlam
liedo tho ttowd of shorts by touching a
now tecoid nt b7c. In tho end, howevei,
soiling was fico In cvei.v thing und Sep
tember wheat closed na';C, lower; July
wheat He lovvei; September corn. a8c.
down; July coin 2c. lower; July oats. l'c.
down and September oats, unc. lower,
Piovislons closed 7',4o. to 37Vc. lower
Cash quotations weio ns follows: Flour
Kteudv; No. 2 spiiiiR wlieitt. ; No, J, "ua
74c; No. 2 led, 7ii'Jju77l,Jo.; No. 2 corn. ;
No, 2 jellow, Ii3',uii0e.; No. 2 oats, ri0afj7c;
No. 2 white, ; No U while, Knulc; No,
" lye, fil'zc,; good feeding bniloy, ;
lair to diolco malting, 70a7.'c; No. 1 ln
seed, $1,11; No. 1 not tltwcsteiu, $1.51;
lillnio tituothv seed, $'i"3; mess pnik. per
b.iuel. $17 IKM 17.93; laid, per 100 pounds,
$10Wh10,(p7'4; shoit libs. siilcH, $ior.,-nioir.;
iliy KhoiildriB, 98ii9lc,; shoit clear sides,
Buffalo Xiive Stock Market.
Bast Buffalo. July 21,-Ciittlo-Recelpts,
3,7'0; good cattlo seaieo and stiong; 10111
111011 dull und Iowei : inline stccis. $7.7" 1
S V.I; diolco 1,200 to l.TOi) pounds, !5 7m",50;
fair to good, $".73ali SO; stags, 1,000 lo 1,1. 'A
puutuls, tiiaoW; fair to good, $3 25a."90;
diolco Itclfcis, $iia(i .'.": fair to good, $1,7!a
BM; light to fair, $J.7.'ia4.2.i; best fat cows,
", i.'.e'i ',o; fair to good, $lal,7u; cauneis to
cpnmon, $2a3G0; eNport bulls, $3a3 23;
butchcis. $latu); sausage, $jno.U90; fiosh
cows and spilngei.s, good eovs actlvo anil
stiong; good to ostra, $30aii0; fair to good,
fiThita; common. $lSa20. Veals Receipts,
1,81; stiniig to lOo. blghor; tops. $ii7,',a7;
lair to good. $fiiu;V); common to light, Wa
5 73. Hoks Recelptij. 1.1,000; actlvo; heavy
stiong light, fiulOe. higher: heavy. JS.I'a
R27',i; niKed, $S 0.318 1.3; Yoikem nnd liimt,
do, $7 93.i8; pigs, $S; loughs. $0 90a7.10;
stags, $.3 73a0;'3 Sheep nnd Lambs Ho
eclpts, 3,000 head: sheep stiong. 23e. high
ei ; lambs, steady; lambs, $ii Mai) w)j fair
to good, $3.7.3.Ui: culls to common, $!WU
cm: euillngs, $1,73.13 23; sheep, top mixed,
$4 23n4 40; fulr to good, $)a4 20; culls to
common, $.'.'. Jail rj); owes, $la4 25.
Chicago Xive Stock Market.
Chicago, July 21. Cattlo Receipts, IS,
BOO, Including MX) TiiMins, 1,000 westoru;
Choice stiong, uthcis slow; good to prime
steets, $7.73nbu3; poor to medium, $1 toa
7.U): stockeis and feedeis, $JG0n5; cows.
$1.40a5 W; hclfois. $.' 23a6 23: cauneis. $1.40
H2 50; bulls, $.'2Ja0 2J; calves. $.! Mao.75;
Texas fed stceis, $l.loariC3; wostoin steois,
$5 20a5 75, Hogs Receipts today, 21,000;
tnniouow, 18 000; left over, 13,000; 13u20o.
lower than Fildayj mixed und butch,
ois. $7.13a8; good to chrlio heavy, $7.S0a
8 10; rough heavy, $7.13a7.73; llKht, $aH
7,70; bulk of sales. $7r5a7 90 Sheep Re
ceipts, J4 000; 10al5c. higher; lambs, stronu
to 10c. higher; good to oholco wethers. $1
ulOi; western bheep, $3 5Qal3: native
lambs. $Ja6SS. '
Pays 3 interest on
savings accounts whether
large or small.
Open Saturday evenings
from 7.30 to 8.30.
Spencer Trask & Co.
n & 29 Pine Street, New York
Members New York Stock Exchange.
No 57 Uroadway, New York City.
MEMBERS Ni:V YORK S10CK EXCHANGE.
STOCKS, BONDS and INVESTMENTS
FOR INVESTMENT OR ON MARGIN
Successors to Machine Business ot
Dickson Manufacturing Co., Scranton
and Wllkes-Barre, Pa.
Stationary Engines, Boilers, Mining
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
311 Spruce St. Scranton, Pa
All Acuto and Chronic Diseases of Men,
Women and CJhlldicti. NUUVOIJS.
CiinONIC, BRAIN. FEMAI.U and
WASTING DISKABllS A BPUOIAWy.
Consultation and examination fieo. Of.
Ilcu liouib, dally and Sunday, S u, m. to
9 p. in.
Fatal Accident on Steam Xauncb.
Bjr lUclushc Wlie from The Afjoclttil Prnt.
I'hlladelplilii, July 21,-Tho boiler tube
on tho steam launch Harold, owned by
W, D, Staugcr, of I'onsauUon, N, J., blew
out today whllo the yacht woh lying In
tho Dclawaia liver 'opposite Toircbdalo.
A. Wuiren Stanger was knocked oor
boaid and ill owned and J. y. Van AVI11
kle, tho engineer, wan fatally scalded,
The. other occupants of tho launch es
Oil. City, Julv 21. Ci edit balances, 122;
certificates, no bid: bhlpmeiits, 130,021 bm
rels; iivprpge. 72,9-7 buiicls; lunu, 157,327
bauds; a vol ago, 60.373 barrels.
IhllgntnreU on rery box at cM
Laxative Brorao-0uinineTbi.t '
rnindf inir, rnra caui j
Dressers, Sideboards and
Slmp'y Offars 25 to 40 Par Cnt, Mora Valua Thai Moniy Ever Bsfars Purohassd.
T The circumstances leading up to these' unusual opportunities are quite commonplace.
he Scranton furniture concerns who ordered these goods were unable to tike them when they
arrived. The opportunity to buy the shiprriehts at remarkably low figures being presented to us,
was taken advantage of. and from the brisk trade of vasrerd.iv wa h.tve heen infnrmpH In lirm
unmistakable that Scranton's thrifty buyers for the home appreciate the enterprise which permits
them to grasp opportunities of such staple character. If your fall furniture wants are likely to
take the form of Dressers, Sideboards or Iron Beds, an investment here this week will net you ai
Hium oi irom iweniy-iive to
tively worth Jio.
tively worth $12.
tively worth $15.
tively worth $20.
All prices and
marked in plain
726 WYOMING AVENUE.
ffECA USE here llas been sucl1 a demand for the
pretty, popular 24c line of Cotton
Dress Goods, we re-ordered and they are here
today. SHEER WHITE DIMITIES, dainty colored
Striped Lawns, etc. To-morrow they may be
gone. They sell as fast as they are put on
sale. Why shouldn't they when mother or
daughter can secure material for a cool, dainty
gown for only Five 25 cent pieces.
yi ! i i4 i ! t tt ti
I PILSNER 1
N.iS,S,.. Scranton, Pa.
Old M'hone, 3331.
New 'Phone, 293S,
RAILROAD TIME TABLES,
Delawaie and Hudson.
in Efftut Juno lis. jwj.
Trains tor Omhondalo leavo Sciantou nt
611, 7.3U, SUG, 10 U a. in.: l-'UJ. 1.1.', :'li,
asu, &v9, b.'O, b:i, u.is, luui , m.; l-'.b',
l.SS II. 111.
Kor lloneidalo ti.U, 10.U a. m.; -.11 und
S'J p. in.
Kor WIllJCs-Baue-ti-XS, 7.11. 8.11, 9 17.
low. u. ni.: l.'ui, i.i.', 2 1b, yjs, ij, oio.
7.4S. 10-11, U, p. ill.
For U V. It. It. Points 7.41. D.47 u. m.i
Sis. 433 nnd 11.49 p. m.
Kor I'oiiusylwinlu It, R. Points 0 JS,
9 47 n. in.; 1,1.', 3 b and 4 :io p. in.'
For Alhany and all points noith 7.50 a.
in. und 3 00 p. in.
For Cm hopdalo-S CO. 11.33 il. in.; ill,
3CG. C.5.' ami 11 17 p. m.
For Wllkes.Uaiie-syi a. ni.; 12 03, 1.0S,
3'JS, U3J ami 9.17 p. in.
For Albany nnd points noith 3M p. ni.
For Honciilale-S. W a. m.; 11.33 and 3 SJ
W. L. PUYOR, V. V, A., Scruiiton, Pa.
STORE OPENS TODAY AT B-OLOSES
The Opportunity Sale
lorty cents on tlie dollar.
markable value at
$11.50, go during the
Opportunity Sale for
markable value at,$i5.
Opportunity Sale' fig
ure, only $11.50
markable value at $20.
Opportunity Sale fig
ure, only $16.50
markable value at $25.
Opportunity Sale fig
ure, only $18.75
Central Bailioad of New Jersey.
Ill Effect Juno 9, 19Di
Stations In Now Yuifc. root Llhorty
street and South Ceiry, N. R.
Tialns leave Stianton for Now Yoik,
Philadelphia, Eislr.u, Bethlehem, Allen
ton p. Maueh riiunU, White I linen, Ash
Icy, "VIIUcs-Hairo and I'lttston at 7.30 it.
in . 1 P. in. and 4 pL in. Sunday, .' 10 p. ni.
(junker City Expiess leaves Scianton
7.30 a. in,. tlnmiRli holld vestlhule tuiln
with Pullman Buffet Puiloi Car for Phil
adelphia with only one chniifioiof uus
for Haltlmoio nnd WitbliliiBton. D. I', and
all piiucipal points bouth and wist
For Avoea, Plttston and W'llkes-B.uie,
1 p. m. and 1 p in. Sunday, L' 10 p. m.
For l.iniK Biamli, Oie.in Oinvc, etc,,
7..10 and 1 p, m. , .
For Reading. I.elianon and lliiulshuijr
via Allentnvvii at 7.30 a, m 1 ). in. and 4
i in. Siindnv, L'.io p. in.
For T.iniauu.i and Pottsvlllo, 7.30 a. ni.;
1 p. m. and 1 p m.
For tntes and tickets apply to agent at
V. (1. Hl-'SSl.ER. Gen Manager.
C. M. BURT, Oen. Pnsi ABt,
Schedule in Effect June HI, 1.'.
Tinllib leave Si'iautonj ii IS a, m.. week
davs, thiough vestlhule tiaiu fiom
Wllkeii-Ril'e. Pullman huffet p.ulor ear
and eoaehes to Philadelphia, via Potts
vllle; stops nt piiucipal luteiinedlato stu
tloiis. Also connrctu foi Siinhuiy, Uar
ilHhuig, Phlladelphlii, Paltlmoie, Wusli
jiigtim and for Plttshuip iiudtho V.'est,
9 47 u, ni.. week dijs. foi Siinhuiy. Ilar
ilshuig, Phlladelphl-i, Uiltlmme, Wa&h.
jngton and Plttshmg and the West.
I.I.' p. in. week l.in. (SuiiiI.ijh 1.3S p.
in), for Suiihmy llaiilsbuig, Philadel
phia, Il.iltimnie, WiiBhingtou and Pitts
hiiig and the West
3 28 p. in., week dajs, tlunugli vestlhtllo
tialn from Wilkes. Ikiue, Pullmnii hurfot
liailor eir and coaches tu Philadelphia vli
Pottsvlllo, Stops at piiucipal Intel medi
4 33 p. ni,, week dnvs. for tliuletou. Siin
huiy, ilairlsbuig, Philadelphia und Pitts.
)U'g J, R, HI'TCUINSON, Gen. Mgr.
J. H. WOOD. Uen. Pttbs. Ast.
Erie Railroad Co., Wyoming Division
Tialns have Scianton for Mnwlev and
lotnl btatlons nt 8.13 a. in. 133, 5 3) and
7 33 p. m. Sundas, at 9 00 a. in. and 1 J3
For Now Yoik. Honesdalo nnd Inter
mediate points, nt 1 33 p. m.
Tialns aiiivo at Sciantou at S 30 a. m.;
3 09. 7 -'" and 9.15 p. m. Sundays, 1 00 p. m.
and S.13 p. m ,
illy iffWji' of
Enameled Iron Beds
All Sizss and Colors
IKON BKDS-Never sold for lcs-? 9 QB
than fl 30. Oppoitunlty l'eims ""'
IRON BKDS Never sold for less A IK
than 1)00. Oppoitunlty Teims t
IRON BEDS Never sold for less i en
than J9.00. Opportunity Teims U.iJW
ITtON BEDS Never wold for less Q B(
than $1200. Oppoitunlty Terms ""'
IRON BEDS Never sold for les3 O OK'
than J1300. Opportunity Tei ma v,vn
IRON BEDS Never sold for less IfK
tlianJISOO. Opportunity Terms Ii'a
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western,
In Effect June 1. 190.'.
Tialns leavo Scianton tor New York
At 130 JH), C03 7.30 and 1010 a. m.: 1C 40,
3 40, 3 33 p in. Foi New Yolk and Phila
delphia 7.30. 10 10 a. m . nnd 12 40 and 3 3?
p ni For Gouldhhoio At 010 p. m. Foi
Buffalo 1 13, U22 and 9 00 n. in.; 103, 0 3C
nnd 11.10 p m For BliiKhnmton. Elmlr.i
and way station"! 10 -3 a. m., 103 p. m.
For Oswego. Svi.ieuso and Utlca 1.13 and
J2-' a in ; l.Ti p m. Oswego, Syiacusa
and Utlca tialn nt bJ2 a. m. dally, except
Sundav. For Monti ose 9 00 a. m.; 1,03
and G 30 p. m, Nicholson accommodation
4 00 and li 13 n. ni
Uloomslnug Dlvlblon For Northumher
laud. at l33 and 1010 a. ni.; 133 nnd (,10
p. m For Plymouth, at S10 a. m.j 3.10
and 9 03 p ni.
Sunday Trains For New York, 1 30, 3 20,
0 03. 10,10 a. m.: 3 10 and 3 33 p. m. For
Buffalo l.l'i 'and 6 JJ a. m.; 133, 6 3) and
11.10 p. m. For Elnilra and way stations
10 23 a. m. For Biughamtou and way sta
tions. 9 00 n. in Hloomsbuig Division
Leavo Scianton, 10 10 a in. and 6.10 p. m.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
In Effort Juno l5.inoi
, Tialns Leave Scranton.
Tor Philadelphia and New Yoik via D.
& II. R, R at 7.11. thioiiRh P.ulor Car
nnd Dav Coach Cnibondalo to Now York
nnd 9 47 n. m.. with I.. V. Coach Cnihon
d.ile to Philadelphia, ami 2.18, 4 33 (Black
Diamond Expiess). and 11.49 p. m. Sun- s
davb, D. &. II. R. R , 1 58. 9.17 p. in.
For White Haven, Hazleton and princi
pal points In the coal icglons, via D. &
II. R. II., 7.41. 2.1S nnd 4 33 p. m. For
Pottsvllle. 7.11 n. m
For Bethlehem, Eabton, Rending, Hur
llshuig nnd pilnclnil Intel medlato sta
tions, via D. At II, R. R.. 7,41. 9.17 a. ill.;
2.18, 4 Ti (Black Diamond Express), 11,49 p. .
in. Stindavs. D. &. II, R. It,, 9 31 a, m.;
1.3S, 9.17 ii m.
For Tunkhannoek, Towailda, Elmlra,
Ithaca, Geneva and principal Intermediate
stations via D., I,. .V W. R. R, 6 35 a. m.
and 1,33 p. m.
Fur Geneva, Rochester, Buffalo, Nlag
in.1 Falls, Chicago and all points west via,
D. ,L- II. R, R.. 12 0.1 1) 111! 3.2S (Black
Diamond Emucs), 10 41. It, 10 n. m. Sun
iliivs. D. .S..H. It. R. 12.&I, 9,17 p. in.
Pullman nailor nnd sleeping or Lehigh
Valley Pallor ears on nil trains between
Wllkc.s-li.iiie and New Yoik. Philadel
phia, Buffalo and Suspension Bridge,
ItOMilN H WU.RIJR Gen. Supt., 23
Cortland sticet. New Yoik.
CHARLES S. LEE. Gen. Pahs. Ast . 23
Coitland stiert, Now Yoik,
A. AY NONEMACIIER, Dlv, Pass. Agt.,
South Bethlehem, Pa.
For tickets and Pullmnn reservations'
npply to city ticket office, CD Publla
Square, WllkovRairo, Pa. ,
New Yoik, Ontario and Western.
Illlio Table In Effect Sundav, .lunu 13, 1903
NORTH BOUND TUA1NS.
Leavo Lc.ivo Aulva
Tialns, Scianton. Carbondaie. Cadotla.
No, l lo::oii, in. 11,10a.m. Wip m,
No.il 4 00ji, m, 4 lip, in, h00p. in.
No. 7 6 lo p ni.Ar.Caibnndalo 6.16 pin
Leavo l.cavo Aiiivo
Trains. Cudosla. Caibnndnlo, Sciantou,
No, il ,,,,,, ii no it, m. 7,23 a, m.
No, 4 sioa.m, looi h. in. 10,iOa,m.
No. 2 2,13 pm. KlOp in. 4.43 p. 111.
SUNDAYS ONLY, NORTH HOUND.
Lc.ivo Leavo Anlvo
Trains, Stiaiitoti, Carbondalo. Cudosla.
No. 0 ,,,,., R 30 a. ni. 9 10 p.m. 10 43n. ni.
No. S ,,,,,, 7.00 p. in Ar.(aibondiile7.43 p.m
Leavo Leave Arilva
Tialns, Cadosla, C.iihondalo. Scianton.
No. ii , . , . , , il 30 u. m. 7.23 a, m.
No. 10 .,,.. 4,30 p. in, 13 O. p m. G.lip.'m.
Tialns Nos, 1 mi week da.vs, and 9 on
Sundnys connect for New York city, Mld
dletown, Walton. Noiwlch, Oneida, Os
wego and all points west.
Tialn 3 for Poyntelle, Walton, Delhi,
Sldnev, Noiwlch and all Now Bctlln
Tl.ilil No. tf, with "Ouaker City Ex.
nress't at Sciuiiton. via O. R. It. of N. J.,
for Philadelphia. Atlantic City. Baltlmoro,
Washington mid Pennsjlvania statf
See tlmo-talilo und rousult ticket agent
for connections with other lines.
J, C. ANDERSON. G. P. A , Now York.
J. IJ WELSH, T, P. A., Sciuiiton, Pa.
TRIBUNE WANT ADS.
BRING QUICK RETURNS
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