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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1002,
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Honesdale, Aug. 22. Misses Amy
Clark, Vcnui Stolnmnn und Nellie liul
Blzer will servo on the Golf ground
Lyman Howe's exhibition of moving
noctures will ho Riven In the opera
house, under the auspices of the Metho-',
dlst society, Sept. 2.
Front yard fences will soon ho a
thins of the past In Honcsdalo, the last
'One being removed Is thut of Mr. II. C.
Hand, on Second strecot.
The llrst open air concert arranged
by the Ladles' Improvement associa
tion will bo given by the Maple City
band on the evening of Aug. 28.
There Is on exhibition In the window
Of Pnterson's jewelry store a bronze
vase which was presented to Lieuten
ant Raymond Ilardonborgh by the
mother of Agulnaldo, while his com
pany occupied her home as headquar
ters when doing duty In the Philip
pines. Dr. Silas Swallow Is booked for an
nddrcss nt the Maplowood camp meet
ing, Aug. SO.
The Honcsdalo Cornet band delight
ed a largo company with their open air
concert Thursday evening. Friday
morning they discoursed music on the
streets, before leaving with the oxeur
Flon'for Lake Ariel. The excursionists
from Itonesdule station were only nbout
350, the damp weather having a damp
ening effect on the atendance.
Barlow & "Wilson's minstrels will
bpen the season, at the Honesdale opera
house on Sept. 8.
The Honesdale ball team will play
,vlth'a team from Jerinyn on the
Honesd'nlp ground, Saturday afternoon.
A Jolly load of young people were
entertained at the residence of Mr. Os
car Bunnell, at Bunnelltovvn Thursday
The Maple City band have been en
paged to play at Lake Lodore on Labor
Pay, Sppt: 1.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Hawley, Aug. 22. Mrs. Wesley Pler
Boh was In Honesdale Monday.
Miss Bessie Jacobs, of Port Jervis,
Is. the guest of relatives In town.
Roy rtoilison left Sunday for New
burgh, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Spcers, of Matamoras,
Spent Sunday at the residence of W. C.
Henry Cooper, of Eddyvllle and Jolin
Fowler, of Slelghting, are visiting at
Chestnut Hill farm.
E. H. Hnrto, traveling passenger
ngent for the Erie, spent Tuesday on
the Honesdale branch.
Two hundred and eighty-two people
intended the excursion to Blnghumton
on Sunday from the Honesdale branch.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Jacobs and son,
Everett, who have been visitors here
for some time left Tuesday for Scran
ton. P. II. Kearney and Thomas Ruddy,
Were delegates to the A. O. H. con
tention In' Wilkes-Barro.
Miss Mary A. Murray has returned
trorn a visit at Wllllamsport.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Avery, of Brook
lyn, are I he guests of W. C. Knapp and
family this week.
Miss Katharine Gibbons was in
Joseph Hlttlnger, of Providence, R. I..
Js visiting in town.
George Loff, who for the past eight
jnonth has been working In New York
has' returned and accepted a position
In the Atkinson Box factory.
YBpecUl to the Scranton Tribune.
i tlniondale. Aug. 22. Miss Anna Bur-
it'lalek, of Scranton, was a visitor at the
'ihomo qf Mrs. Elijah Carpenter last
I ' Mrs. Frank Davles is visiting friends
't Atlantic City.
& Mr. Hubbard, of Thompson, was a
i J icome caller one day this week,
, Jlr, and Mrs. Isaac Curtis, Mrs. Shu-
Afcael Carpenter, Mrs. Ira Churchill and
daughter, Blanche, attended tho Payne-
Meade reunion at East Ararat, Wed
nesday. Mrs. M. Best, of Forty Fort, was en
tertained over Sunday by her parents,
Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Raymond.
J. E. Thomas, Ira B. Thomas, Wil
liam Morgan and Frank Davis attend
ed the Republican convention at Mont
Miss Pauline Coleman is visiting in
Rev. nnd Mrs. J. G. Raymond are
attending cump meeting at Carmel
Miss Ncttlo Newell is at Ocean Grove.
Postmaster J. E. Thomns takes his
defeat for tho legislature gracefully.
After such a noble battle, this Is mag
nanimous, nnd ought not to be forgot
ten when the time cornea to chose the
Special to the Scranton Trllmno.
Welsh Hill, Aug. 22. airs, Wullnce
Watklns Is entertaining her friend,
Miss Jessie Jay, of Mount rieusant.
Miss Gladys Reese has returned to
her home In Carbondale.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Owens, of Forest
City, visited Mr. Owen's mother, Mrs.
Richard Owens, of this place, Sunday,
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. ThoinnH and chll.
dreri, who havo spent some weeks with
Mrs. Thomns' parents, Mr. and Mrs,
John Moses, returned to their home on
East Market street, Scranton, last Sat
urday. Miss Mnry E. Richards' Sunday
Fchool class will glvo an Ico cream so
cial In tho hall Friday evening Au
Mrs, H. R. Butler ntteended tho Dow-
Tucker reunion at Sturrueca last I
Rev, U, Grant Houiiton delivered an
Interesting lecturo In tho Congrega
tional church last Monday evening;
A Sure Cure for Dlarrhoon.
Coming us It does, In the busiest sea
son, when n man can leust afford to
lose t,lme. sure und quick cure for
uunmueu is very nesirauie, Anyono
who has given U n trial will tell you
that the quickest, surest und most
jileusant remedy in use fop this disease
Js Chamberluln's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. There is no loss of
.time wjien It Is usedf as one or two
doses of It will euro any ordinary nt
tack. it never falls, not even In the
iiioai severe ami uuugerous cases. For
ale by all, druggists.
subject, "Who la This in tho Holy
Mrs. Marietta Craf Wntklns and her
father, It. Craft, arc In Thompson, at
tending tho Craft reunion.
Tho descendants of tho late Law
rence Mnnzor arc requested to meet at
the homo of L. W. Minister, South Gib
son, Pn., Aug. 30, for tho purpose of
organizing n reunion. All aro cor
dially Invited to be present.
Special to tho Scranton Tribune.
Wnymnrt, Aug. 22, Tho annual pic
nic of the Methodist Erlacopnl Sunday
school was held at Fnrvlow, yesterdny.
Quite a large number attended and
passed a very pleasant day.
Mrs. John Lynch, who has boon
spending the past six weeks here for
her health, hns returned to her home
Mrs. James Graham and daughter,
Madeline, will leave for their home In
New York city tomorrow. Miss Anna
Doyle will nccompnny them.
Miss Ruth Inch, who has been spend
ing the summer at Ocean Grove, has
Dr. A. R. Dlmock, of New York city,
Is the guest of his sisters, Mrs. II. C.
Ensign and Belle Dlmock.
Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Lee, of Schenec
tady, N. Y., are guests at the Stephen
Will Battan, who has been quite 111
for a few weeks. Is rapidly regaining
his former health.
The city hall Is receiving a. new cont
of paint, which adds very much to its
Mr. and Mrs. John Ruppcrt and
James Miner were among those from
this place who attended the soldiers'
reunion nt Scranton, Wednesday.
Miss Lillian Stnples Is visiting friends
at Danville and Jermyn.
Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Perkins, of Forest
City, spent Sunday with relatives In
A social was given last evening by
Miss Esther Ryan, nt her home at Far
view, a number of society people being
Special to tho Scranton Tribune.
Forest City, Aug. 22. Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Bryant are home from several
weeks' visit at Carle.v Brook.
F. D. Homan is spending his vacation
nt Chenunno Forks.
Considerable opposition Is developing
among the people to the granting of
a franchise to tho Anthracite Telephone
company. The town already has the
Bell company, nnd an Independent com
pany with about twenty 'phone hold
ers. They anticipate securing connec
tion with the Carbondale company, and
are now putting a metallic circuit in
Rev. W. Hollenshed Is home from
the seashore. Miss Eva Hollinshed, of
New York city, Is spending part of
her vacation with her parents here.
The Baptist Sunday school held their
picnic at East Park yesterday.
Daniel Callaghnn, who died thl3
week, was one of the town's best known
residents. He had an unusually rug
ged constitution, and his death was a
great surprise to his acquaintances. Ho
was SI years old, and Is survived by
one daughter, Mary Ann, nnd three
sons, John, Joseph and William.
The borough council hns recommend
ed the appointment of Prof. C. T.
Thorpe as tax collector.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Tunkhannock, Aug. 22. The annual
reunion of the Wyoming County Veter
ans' association ended on Friday after
noon, after an enjijyable session of
three days' duration. Among tho
speakers were Department Comman
der Scott, of Butler, Pa.; Richard H.
Holgate, of Scranton; O. E. Vaughn,
of Moscow, Pa and Rev. O. L. Sever
son, of Pittston.
William D. Frenr, esq., of Beaumont,
was1 doing business In town on Friday.
Mrs. Hannah O'Brynn and Miss Leah
Burns returned on Friday from a few
days' outing at Lake Wlnola.
Edward S. Hinds, of Faetoryvllle,
and Newell A. Doty, of Mehoopany,
Republican aspirants for tho nomina
tion for sheriff, and Daniel Squlers, of
Nicholson, nnd Horace Rozelle, of Falls,
who are seeking the nomination of
county commissioners from the same
party, were, callers In town on Friday.
Tho Mehoopany Cornet band fur
nished the music at the soldiers' en-
campment at Renshaw park, on Thurs-j
uiiy ,11111 X' , UK,
Tho Triton base ball team will play
the Black Diamond team from Plains.
vlllc, nt their grounds this afternoon nt
Mrs. Flora Tinker died at hor homo
on Third street on Thursday night, af
ter n short Illness. She is survived by
her husband nnd ono child.
C. M. Kishpaugh, of Ilurrlsburg, nnd
J. Andrew Wilt, of Townndn, woro In
nl tendance at ilic soldiers' reunion here
Miss Mnrthn Lobeck, of Scranton, Is
visiting her sister, Mrs, James E.
Frcar, on Second street.
Special to tho Scranton Tribune,
Hnllstcad, Aug, 22. Tho ninth annual
reunion of tho Tuttlc family was held
Aug. 21, 1902 at tho homo of Mrs. Mar
garet Tuttlc, on William street. A
sumptuous dinner was served at 12.30.
Tho rooms und tables woro very prettily
decorated with ferns and flowers, A
business meeting was held iu the after
noon, nt which tho following ofllcors
wero elected: President, H. K. Tuttle,
of Hallstead; vice president, Mrs. Har
vey Summers, of Upsonvllle; seerolnry,
Mrs. Charles Thomas, of Ui.rionvllle;
treasurer, G, W. Smith, of Hnllstead.,
The next reunion will bo held nt Ilnw
leyton, N, y, Speaking, selections on
the gruphaphono nnd other amusements
wero Indulged In. Those present from
out of town were; Friend Tuttle' nnd
con, Tom and Friend, Jr., of Hawley;
Mr. and Sirs. Mosher, Mr, and Mrs,
Jluwks, and daughter, Mr, and Sirs.
Hong, Silss Maud Mosher, Daisy Thorn
ns, ul of Hlnghnmton; Mr, nnd Mrs.
Oage und son, Miss Carrie (luge, Mr.
and Mrs. Jay Cox, Mrs, Meeker, Miss
Lena Meeker, of Hawleyton; Mr, und
Mrs. Luce, of Conklln; Mr. und Mrs.
Howard, of Lawsvllle; Mr, and Mrs.
Charles Thomas and son, Mr, nnd Mrs.
Harvey Summers and son Archie, Mr.
and Mrs. E. D. Tuttlo and son, Mrs.
Iteuben Summers and daughter, of Upsonvllle.
Wall Street Rerlew.
New York, Aug, 22, Today's stock
market rallied from yo?torday;H depres
sion and cloned at materially higher
prlceH than bust nlpht. There was a con
Hldcrnblo contraction In tho volume of
trading and It was not until Into In tho
day that tho disturbance to Hcntlnu'tit
caused by yesterday's break in prices
Bccmod entirely overcome. This was
partly duo to the evidence of continued
ilquldntlon In Colorailn Fuel, which It
was feared was creating ti necessity to
unload stocks elsewhere hi the tnarkut.
The appearance of support In that stock
mid its rally to more tli.tn n point over
hiBt night wns an Important factor In re
assuring sentiment nnd Its effect wnB em
phasized by the renewed strength In
Louisville nnd Nashville, which was sup
posed to be related In u speculative way
to tho movement In Colorado Fuel. Tho
points of strength In tho early part of
the day woro somewhat scattered and
might bo attributed to special causes. In
tho late dealings tho strength beenmo
moro genoial and the market broadened
out under tho Immediate Inlluelico of n
2 point rlso In Southern Pacific. The ex
planation of the strength In this stock
was not obvious, beyond the fact that the
speculative leader who has made thin
stock a favorite of late years Is now dun
to arrive from Europe. Ontario nnd
Western continued Its advance wtlli a ru
mor that it wns being sought by Onti
ndinti Pitclflc for a connecting link with
Now. York city, thus supplementing re
cent rumors of Canadian Pacific's purpose
to enter Chicago, which woro subsequent
ly dented. Tho firmness of Western
Union continued to exclto remark and
onnjecturo ns ,to a possible combination
of telegraph Interests. When Colorado
Fuel made Its recovery there was a fair
ly general advance among the Indepen
dent Iron nnd steel companies from
which tho United States Stool stocks
wero conspicuous exceptions, tho move
ments of tho latter being restricted to
narrow fractions. The Grangers, Pacifies
and Sonthwestcrns quite generally par
ticipated In tho late movement in South
ern Pacific. Total sales, 62,1, lun shares.
Bonds wero firm in sympathy with stocks.
Total sales, par value. $1,370,000. United
States refunding 2s, tho old Is and tho
3s advanced U per cent, on tho last call.
Tho fottowlng quotations aro furnished
Tho Tribune by Halght Freese Co., 314
313 Mcnrs Building. W. D. Kunyon, man
. tvwt mu i'
Amal. Coper ....
Am. C. & F
American Tec ...
Am. Ice, Pr
Am. T.ooo.. Pr ..
Am. S. Sc R. Co .
Atchison. Pr ....
Bait. & Ohio ....
Brook, R. T
Ches. &. Ohio ...
Chicago & .Alton
Chle. & O. W ...
C, M. & St. P....
C. R. 1. & P ....
Col. Fuel it Iron
31 HI'j 34 34J4
12H 12U 12U 12U
... 43 421!
... 32. 321
... 4R'i 4C,i.i
...l2li 133 132'i 132
...102 103H 102 1031.4
... 92 !2 92 924
...13Si lXfli, 138 139
..tsr.vs ls,V!i lsi'ti ls5Vt
Col. &. South
Col. & South., 2d Pr. r,P!i
Del. & Hud
Den. Sc R. CI ...
Detroit South ..
Erie, 1st Pr
Kile. 2d Pr
Illinois Central .
.. tails ran
.. 5 its 51
Kan. City & South.. .".S
Lois. & Nash IMS
ISii-M 134-11 15li
:m anna mm i,ii"t
13-.U 13iaj 135
Met. Ht. Jty
147',i 147'i M7'.i 147U
. 29?1 29U
Mo., K. & Tex. ...
Mo. K.. & V., Pr .
N. Y. Central ....
Norfolk & West .
Out. & West
Penna. R. R
People's Oas ....
Pressed Steel Car
. 32VS 32i
. fil lil
.1HHS U7 115 117
.n:)3'i nit nis'.s n: j
. 70 70?j
. 4'!'i 41
. 35 3U:
.inn iirm 159'.',
.104 lnc-i ioi
. 50 51 r.o
Rending, 1st Pr .
Rending, 2d Pr ...
Republic Steel ...
Republic Steel. Pr
St. L. & San V ...
St. Louis. So. W .
Southern Pacific .
Southern It. R ...
Southern R. R.. Pr.. 9S
Tenn. Coal & Iron.. (ix
Texas Xr Pacific .... 52
Union Pacific 1nsH in:i ms
i ninn j'ucnic. i-r .. iiri sci
U. S. Leather 13 1:1
V. S. Leather, Pr.. S7 S7
U. S. Steel 11 .11
F ,S. Steel, Pr 9fl 90
Wabash 31 xiu,
Wabash, Pr 4S 4S
Western Union afi 95
Wheel. & L. K 2tiU 27
Wis. Central 29 30
lotni sales, liiiu.riou shares.
Money. 3VS per cent.
CHICAGO GRAIN & PROVISION
WHEAT. Open. I Huh. Low. Closo.
September 71 72 71 71;
December (S C8 07"J t:?
September r,734 ."flli 55'i ri;
December 4274 4! IK-i 42
September 3t 34 :a'i s:p;
December 31 31 30'4 30'
PORK- ' ,J
September 1D.95 18.93 1U.C3 10.G3
September 10.92 10.92 10.77 10.77
September 10.05 10.05 10.00 10.00
NEW YORK COTTON MARKET.
Open. High. Low. Close,
August S.tn S..7) S.3S 8.10
September 7.93 S.12 7.9D S.12
October 7,Sii 7.98 7.8ti 7.9S
December 7.SI 7.90 7.S1 7.90
Scrnnton Board of Trade Exchnngo
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
Lackawanna Dulry Co., Pr.... CO
County Saw Bank & Trust Co SOO
First Nat. Bank fCarbondalo). ... 500
Third Untlomil Rank
First National -nk 1300
Lack. Trust & saro Dop. Co . 195
Clark it Snovor Co.. Pr 123
Scranton Savings Bunk 500
Traders' National Bank 225
Scranton Bolt & Nut Co..,,.,. 127
People's Bank ..,,,. 135
Scranton Packing Co
Scranton Pas-sengcr Railway,
llrst mortgago, duo 1920 115
Pconlo's Street Railway, first
nvfrtgage, duo 191ii 115
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People's Street Hallway, Qon-
, oral mortgage, duo l21,,.j.. 115
Scranton Trnc. Co., 0 per cont. 115
Economy L. II. & P. Co.,,,.. , ,.
N. Jersey & Porono Ico Co.,,, ...
Consolidated Water Supply Co .
v Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrected by II. 0. Dale, 27 Lacka. Ave,)
Butter Fresh 'creamery, 2Jc; fresh
Cheese 1 1nline
Eggs Nearby, 22c.: western, 21c.
Marrow Beans Per bushel. $2.35a2.10.
Qrcen Peas Per bushel, $2.25.
Onions Per bushel, 90c.
Now Potatoes 50c per bushel,
Philadelphia Grain and Produce.
Philadelphia, Alig. 22,-Wheal-Uc. low
er; contract grade. August. i3VJu73toc.
Corn-Firm but quiets No. 2 yellow on
white clipped. 43c. Provlslons-Qulct nnd
steady; city beet In roIh BtnoUnd nnd nlr
dried, llalTc; western beef In sots
smoked, 12allc.; city beef knuckles and
tenders, smoked, lOalSc! western beet
knuckles nnd tenders smoked, llalCc;
beef hams, $20,5o: pork, family, S2ln2l.u0;
hams, S, P. In tierces, 12:il2',ici do.
skinned In tierces, 12Vlnl21ic; do. do.
loose. 12nl2'ic; do. smoked, city cured,
as to brand and uvcrngo. I3al4c,; hams,
smoked western cured, 12"(ul3c; hams,
boiled, boneless, 20a21c; shoulders, pickled
cured In tierces, OVSnDVc: do. do. smoked,
lot jr.; picnic hams, S. I .In tierces, 0a
P'4c: picnic hams, smoked city cured,
OlialOc.i picnic hams, smoked western, 9
nluc; belles In pickle, according to av
erage loose. 13lc.: breakfast bacon, as
to brand nnd nverngo city cured, 14',&a
l.V.Sc; breakfast bacon, western cured,
ll'4e.: lnrd, western rellned In tierces. ll',i
nllSc; do. do. do. do. tubs, liy,nlUc.
Lard Pure cltv kettle rendered. In
tierces, llUall'Sc: lnrd. pure city kcttlo
rendered In tubs. HVSal2c. Butter Steady,
qtdet; extra western creamery, 19c.: ex
tra nearby prints, 21c, Eggs Steady:
fnlr demand; fresh nearby. 21c: loss off
do. western. 21c.; do. do. do. southwest
ern, 19c: do. do. do. southern, lOnl'c.
Cheese Firm, fair domnnd; New York
full creams, prima small, 10Mnl0V&c: do.
do. do. fair to good. O'.ialOc. Refined Sug
ars Unchanged. Cotton Steady. Tal
low Quiet; city prime In tierces. OViufi'Jie.;
country do. do., barrels, GaGc; do. dark,
ri4ar7Ac: cakes, Uin(;W.c. Live Poultry
Steady: fair demand: fowls. 13nl314c; old
roosters, OVSnlOc: spring chickens, 13al4c:
spring ducks. Ilnl2c: old do., lOallo.
Dressed Poultry Steady nnd in fair de
mand: fowls, cholco western, 14c: do.
southern and southwestern, 13lc; do.
fnlr to good, 12!al3c: old roosters, 9iSc:
broilers, nearby, large, Kialic; do. small
nnd medium, 14nl!ic: western do., large,
llnl.'c; do. small and medium. 12al3c Re
ceiptsFlour. 4,000 barrels nnd 1,334,000
pounds In sacks; wheat. 31.000 bushels;
corn. 19,000 bushels: oats. 32.000 bushels.
Shipments Wheat, 000 bushels: corn, 1,900
bushels; oats, 20.000 bushels.
Chicago Grain Mnrket.
Chicago. Aug. 22. A'lelous nnd savage
trading ehnraotcilzed tho business on the
board of trndo today. St. Louis shorts
In corn and wheat were punished severe
ly. There was nothing particularly bull
ish In the pnrlv news, but Thursday's ex
ceptional bulge in corn frightened the
corn shorts and nt tho opening there wns
a wild rush to get under cover. After
prices all around had been boosted to
figures to suit tho big holders, manipu
lation made prices jump back and forth
erratically. In tho end the shorts suf
fered, the local longs secured profits for
their holdings and prices closed weaker.
September corn closed unchanged; De
cember, c lower; September wheat, c
down; September oats, lale. off, and
September provisions suffered a loss of
10.'i20e. Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour Steady: No. 2 spring wheat, 73a74o;
No. 3, 09c; No. 2 red. 70a72t.2c; No. 2
corn. : No. 2 yellow. ; No. 2 oats, 29c;
No. 2 white, i No. 3 white, 34a37c: No.
2 rye, 51c: Rood feeding barley, ; fair to
choice malting. fH)nli3c.; No. 1 flax seed,
$1.40; No. 1 northwestern. $1.45: prime tim
othy seed. $450al.fi5: mess pork, per bar
rel. $1(i.55a1G.OO: lard, per 100 pounds, $10.05
nio.r.ivs: snort rlos. sides. $u.i.ia:i.u,i; suoui
ders, S:K,uSc; short clear sides, 10?ia
Buffalo Live Stock Market.
East Ruffalo, Aug. 22. Cattle Receipts,
125; strictly good steady: others lower;
prime steers, J7.S5aS.25: t'.ilr to choice. $5a
7.75; heifers. $126.96.36.199; cows, ?3.25a5.50;
canners, $1.75a2.75: bulls, $3a3; feeders, $4a
5; stockcrs. $3a4.50: stock heifers, ?3a3.50.
Veals Receipts, 225: stronpc; tops, $8.23a
S.50; fair to pood, J7.25a7.75; common to
light, J0a7. Hogs Receipts, 5,100; active,
iiulOu. higher; heavy. $7.50; mixed. $7.40a
7.47: pIks, $7.30a7.40; roughs. $5.50a0.10;
slaps, $f.75a5.25: grassers, $7.10a7.25. Sheep
and Lambs Receipts, 3,150; sheep very
dull; lambs, strong. 25c higher: top
lambs, ,.i;.25a0.50: fair to good. $5.75afi:
culls to common. $l.50a,".50; yearlings, $4.25
a 1.50; wethers, ?iat.25; sheep, top mixed,
$3.i:0a3.75; fair to good, ?3.25a3.50; culls to
common, 51.75a2.75; ewes, $3.25a3.59.
New York Grain and Produce Market
New York, Aug. 22. Flour Fairly act
Ive and firm on spring wheat grades.
Wheat Spot quiet: No. 2 red, 70c. eleva
tor; No. 2 red, 77a77'.ic. f. o. b. afloat:
No. 1 northern Duluth, S3c f. o. b. alloat.
September corn had a strong advance
early. It yielded to realizing sales at
midday but September finally recovered
on demand fiom shorts and closed l&U&c.
higher against :,c decline In other
months. May closed 41c: September,
IJ6c; December. 47,ic Oats Spot dull
and unsettled; No. 2 new. 35c; option
market was quiet hero all day and Irreg
ular following the changes 1n corn. May
closed SiiViic.; December, 35a'JGVc: closed
."Hie. Butter Steady: creameiy, l.V,al!)c. ;
do. factory. 13'al5c: renovated, 15a
17'c: imitation creamery. 14!fcil7c: state
dairy. I."l&nl8lc. Cheese Easy to tlrm;
now state full cream, small colored fancy,
10c; small white. 10c ; largo colored, 0ja
D?ic: large white DKniilic. Kgg3 Firm;
state nnd Pennsylvania, 20a20V&c; western
candled, 17!al0c; western uncnndled, 13a
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Aug. 22. Cattle Receipts, 20,
000: slow, steady; good to prlmn steers,
nominal, $SaS.75i poor to medium; $1.25a
7..10: slocKers and recaers$2.uua.i.2j; cows,
$1.50a5.50: heifers, $2.25ali: canners, Jt.BOa
2.50; bulls, $2.25a5; calves, 2.S0,'7; Texas
fed steers, J3a5; western steers, $1.50.10.
Hogs Receipts today, IS.0O0; tomorrow,
10,000: left over. 2,00(1; excited, 10al5c high
er; mixed and butchers, ?0.75n7.50; good to
cholco heavy. $7 15n7.55; rough heavy. Jii.51
a7.10; light. Jfi.75a7.43; bulk of sales, $7a
7.35. Sheep Receipts, 7,000; sheep and
lambs, steady; good to choice wethers,
$3.f.0ul; ralr to cholco mixed, J2.50a3.C0;
native, lambs, $3.73a0.
Oil City, Aug. 22. Credit balances, 122;
certificates, no bid: shipments, M.H18 bar
rels; average, 5.174 barrels: runs, S8,C50
barrels; average, 77, ISS barrels .
boy and girl'.'
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HwMrar.TMU fv TVTir. m.Li- rr a. ?rtiTrj.Tr
Ilitj i KIBU1W5 " WANT"
lAIS, FOR IU FOR MIES
Only Half a Cent a Word.
Fon RUNT Front September 1, .1-rnom
house, 931 Green RUlgo street; modern
Improvements! steam heat free; location
FOR RENT-NIno room house, 220 Har
rison avenue, SIS 00; desirable; good
condition; good cellar.
FOR RENT-Four rooms heated, llrst
floor, 701 Qulncy avenue, city.
FOR RENT September 1st, houso on
Mndlson nvenuo with modern Improve
ments. Inquire nt 422 Madison nvenuo.
BARBER SHOP for rent: nenrly now
building; good location; city water,
etc. Just vacated. An exceptionally good
opportunity to contlnuo n well estab
lished business. C. N. Wood, Now Mil
FOR, RENT-Two furnished cottages nt
Lnko Sheridan; dry nnd healthy loca
tion: good shade nnd finest place for a
week or a month's outing In Northern
Pennsylvania, Address II. L. Harding,
Wanted To Kent.
WANTED A small houso or flat, prefer
ably furnished, in desirable, location.
To gain attention, state terms. P. O. Box
FOR SALE To bo sold nt nuctlon-Twenty-llvo
bedroom suits, carpets,
parlor suits, dining room nnd kitchen
utensils, tho furnishings of a first-class
boarding bouse, on Saturday, August 23,
at 2 p. m. 428 Lackawanna nvenuo, up
stairs, over Bunk Hotel. Strong, Auc
tioneer. FOR SALE Cheap, one largo now gro
cery wagon, carrying capacity 4,500
pounds; also one largo coffee grinder;
enn be run by motor or hand power. Ap
ply to B. Moses, ulfc Lackawanna avenue.
FOR SALE A good 20-horse power horl-
zontnl boiler. C. W. Klrkpatrlck, 113
FOR SALE A first class meat market.
Owner will work for party. Address
13! Chestnut street, Dunmore, Pa.
Money to Loan.
ANY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO I.OAN
Quick, straight loans or Building and
Loan. At from 4 to C per cent. Call on
N. V. Walker. 314-315 Connoll building.
Furnished Rooms for Rent.
FURNISIIEeTrOOMS forwent, morn
Improvements; private family: gen
tlemen preferred, at 537 Adams avenuo.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, with
heat gas and bath, gentlemen pre
ferred, at 639 Adams avenue.
AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITU
TION PROPOSED TO THE CITIZENS
OF THIS COMMONWEALTH FOR
THEIR APPROVAL OR REJECTION
BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF
THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENN
SYLVANIA, PUBLISHED BY ORDER
OF THE SECRETARY OF THE COM
MONWEALTH IN PURSUANCE OF
ARTICLE XVIII OF THE CONSTITUTIONS-
A JOINT RESOLUTION
Proposing an amendment to section ten
of article ono of tho Constitution, so
that a discharge of a Jury for failure
to agree or other necessary cause shall
not work an acquittal.
Section 1. Be it resolved. by the Senate
and Houso of Representatives of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in Gen
eral Assembly met, That the following
be proposed as an amendment to tho Con
stitution; that is to say, that section ten
of article one, which reads ns follows:
"No person shall, for any indictable of
fense, bo proceeded against criminally
by information, except in casc3 mining In
the land or naval forces, or In tho militia,
when In actual service, in time of war
or public danger, or by leave of the court
for oppression or misdemeanor In ofllce.
No person shall, for the same offense, be
twice put In jeopardy of life or limb; nor
shall private property be taken or applied
to public use, without authority of law
and without just compensation being first
made or secured," be nmended so as to
read as follows:
No person shall, for any indictable of
fense, bo proceeded against criminally by
information, except In cases arising In tho
land or naval forces, or In tho militia,
when in actual service In time of war or
public danger, or by leavo of tho court
lor oppression or mlsdemennor In office.
No person shall, for tho same offense be
twlco put In jeopardy of llfo or limb; but
a discharge, of tho jury for failure to
agree, or other necessary cause, shall
not work an acquittal. Nor shall private
property bo taken or applied to public
use, wiiuoui auinoriiy or jaw nnu wmi
out Just compensation being first made or
A truo copy of tho Joint Resolution.
W. W. OR 1 EST.
Secretary of tho Commonwealth.
AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITU
TION PROPOSED TO THE CITIZENS
OF THIS COMMONWEALTH FOR
THEIR APPROVAL OR REJECTION
BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF
THE COMMONWEALTH OF PENN
SYLVANIA. PUBLISHED BY ORDER
OF THE SECRETARY OF THE COM
MONWEALTH IN PURSUANCE OF
ARTICLE XVIU OF THE CONSTITU
TION. A JOINT RESOLUTION
Proposing nn nmendment to tho Constitu
tion of tho Commonwealth.
Section 1. Bo it resolved by tho Senate
and House of Representntlws of tho
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania In Gen
eral Assembly met, That tho following
Is proposed ns nn amendment to the Con
stitution of tho Commonwealth of Penn
sylvania, In accordance with tho provi
sions of tho eighteenth nrtlclo thereof:
Add nt tbn end of section seven, article
three, tho following wnub : "Unless be
fore It shall bo Introduced In tho General
Assembly, such proposed special or local
law shall havo been llrst submitted to a
popular vote, at n general or special elec
tion in tho locullty or locnlltles to bo af
fected by Its operation, under nn order
of tho court of common pleas of tho re
speetlvo county nfter hearing and appli
cation granted, und shall lutvo been np
proved by a majority of tho voters at
such election: Piovlded, That no such
election shall bo held until the decree of
court authorizing tho Kinin shall havo
been advertised for nt least thirty (30)
days Iu the locality or Iccalltlcs affectod,
In such manner as tho court may direct,
A truo copy of tho Joint Resolution,
W. W. GUI EST.
Seerolnry of tho Commonwealth.
NOTICE.-Tho Borough of Taylor in
lAickawanua county. Pennsylvania,
offers for sale, to tho highest responsible
bidder, tho following secmltles, lo wit:
Twenty-eight (2S) municipal Improve
ment coupon bonds, each of the pur value
of Five Hundred ($500.00) Dollars, and
hrtuing Intoiest at 5 per cent, per annum,
dated August 1st, 190., with accrued In
terest, Interest payable- semi-annually on
tho llrst day of February and August of
each year, at tho office of tho Treas
urer In tho Borough of Tnylor,
These bonds mature as follows, to wit;
Numbers onu to ten, both Inclusive. 011
the llrst day of August A, I).. 1908, Num
bers eleven to twenty, both Inclusive, on
tho first day of August A. !., 1911, and
numbers twenty-ono to twenty-eight, both
inclusive, on the llrst day of August A,
D 1922. Bids may be sent by mall to
thn Secretary of tho Town Council. Mr,
George Maibb. Taylor, Pa. Tha bonds
iiiny bo examined und further Informa
tion given by calling at tho ofllce of the
Borough Solicitor, nt No. 021 Council
Building. Scrnnton, Uu or by addressing
communications to thn undersigned.
.JOHN M. HARRIS.
No. 021 Connell Building.
Accepted Tor I-css
Thnn 10 Cents.
Branch WANT Cffloas,
Want Advertisements Will Be
Received at Any of tho Follow
ing: Drug Stores Until 10 V. M.
ALBERT SCIIULT55. corner Mttl-
berry street nnd Webster ns'o.
aUBTAV PICIIEL, OH Adams
GEO. TV". JENKINS, 101 South
FRED L. TERPPE.
OEO. AV. DAVIS, corner North
Main avenuo and Market
CHARLES P. JONES, 1537 Dick
F. J. JOHNS. 920 Groon Rldgo
C. LORENZ, corner Washington
avenuo nnd Marlon street.
W. II. KNEPFEL, 1017 Irving
J. O. BONE & SON.
Furnished Rooms Wanted.
waintbd Furnished rooms or flat for
"Rht housekeeping; three persons.
Frank Donnelly, Connell building.
Help Wanted Male.
'HAK'IKD-Gooil snlesman for clsars,
out of town. Address box 457, or call
JJ Lackawanna avenue, second floor, rear.
CIVIL SERVICE government positions.
About 10,000 appointments made last
year. Only common school education re
quired for examination. Salaries largo.
ork easy. Catalogues or Information
ree. Columbian Correspondence College,
Washington, D. C.
WAN rLD A young man us bookkeeper.
Address, statlnc nge. references nnd
salary expected. XXX, care of Tribune
Help Wanted Female.
WANTED Girl for general housework!
nppiy nt llj Madison avenue. A
uuefliiufl wais'I'jsu uy a young
man as traveling salesman, would like
to handle a nice lino of goods In Penn
sylvania towns: must ho a salaried position.-
Address F. O. B Tribune office.
CimfTtmir... .. .........
SITUATION WANTED-By a young man
to drive store wagon; honest and in
dustrious, willing to work at anv kind of
work; age 22: live years' experience. Ad
drcss Chug. M. Corey. 121 Hennessy court.
kOTS, houses and farms for sale. Seo
. . .curjiieu.
FOR SALE Eleirant sites for homes in
upper Green Rldgo; cholco neighbor
hood; most deslrnblo locality for home
!S,PIrilckilwanna county. J. A. Marvine,
1736 banaerson avenue.
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE PARTNERSHIP of L. H. Stono and
I'. C. Walters, doing business under
tho name of tho New Renovating Com
pany, was dissolved on May 14, 1902.
L. II. STONE.
THE MODEL LAUNDRY, Dunmoro.
launders shirts nt Sc. each and collars
and cuffs at 15c each.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDWARD C. SPAULDING. C. P. A.. 23
Traders' Bank Building. Old 'phpno 1804.
FREDERICK L. BROWN. ARCH B
Real Estate Exchange Bldg,, 120 Wash
Civil and Mining Engineers.
H. L. HARDING, S13 CONNELL BLDG.
STEVENSON & KNIGHT, 720 CONNELL
DR. C. E. EILENBERGER, .PAULI
building. Spruce street, Scranton.
DR. C. C. LAUBACII, 115 WYOMING avo.
SCHLAGER & CO., Traders Bank Bldg.
DATE" MTC In all countries
KM I LIM I Oof the Globe.
Tho only licensed and equipped patent
solicitor In the city. No charge for In
formation on patentability; ovor ton years
Replojrlc & Co., Alcars Bldjr.
Hotels and Restaurants,
THE ELK CAFE, 125 AND 127 FRANK
lln avenuo. Rates reasonable.
P. iJlEULER, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR I L. & W.
Passenger depot. Conducted on tho Eu
ropean plan. Victor Koch. Proprlotor.
A. 13. BRIGGS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
and ecus pools; no odor; only Iniprovotj
pumps used, A. B. Brlggs, proprlotor,
Leavo ordors 1100 North Main avenuo.
or Elcko s drug store, corner Adams and
Mulberry, Both telephones.
JOSEPH KUETTEL. REAR 511 LACKA,
avo,, Scrnnton, mfrs. of W)ro Screens.
MEGARGEE BROS,, PRINTERS' SUP
piles, envelopes, paper bugs, twjno.
Warehouse, 130 Washington uvcuue.
THE WILKES-BARRE RECORD CAN
bo had In Scrnnton nt tho news stand
of Relsnian Bros., 400 Spruco and C0U
Linden; M. Norton, 322 Lackawanna
uvo.; I, S. Schutzor. 211 Spruco street.
BOARDBIIS AVANTED-Wlli tnko sum
mcr boarders; three lurgo airy rooms
nnd good tablo board. Address O. K.,
Board and Rooms.
VERY DESIRABLE sulto of room3 with
first class table board, can be obtained
at 333 Jefferson avenuo.
Only hair a Cent a Word. ' ' '
STOCK AND WHEAT TRADERS with,
out delay. Wrlto for our special mar.
kot lotlcr. Frco on application. S. M.
lllbbnrd ft Co,, members N. Y. Consoli
dated nnd Stock Exchange, 41 nnd' it
Jlrondway, Now York. Established 1861.
Long Dlstnnco 'Phono 2383 Broad.
Room for Rent.
FRONT ROOArfor" ituV; dcslrdble.'YaV
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western.
In Effect Juno 1, 1002.
Trains leavo Scranton for Now York
At 1.50, 3.20, 0.05, 7.G0 npd 10.10 n. m.;!l3.40,
3.40, 3 35 p. m. For Now York and .Phila
delphia 7.50. 10.10 a. m., and 12.40 and 3.33
P. in. For Gouldsboro-At 0.10 p. m. Fop
Burfnlo-1,15, 0.22 and 0.00 a. m.( LIB.- 660
and 11.10 p. m. For Blnghnmtan, Elmlra
nnd way stntlons-10.23 n. m 1.03 p. m.
I' or Oswego, Syracuse and Utlca 1.13" nnd
0.22 n. m.; 1.53 p. m. Oswego, Syracuso
and Utlca train nt 0.22 a. m. dally, except
Sunday. For Montroso-9.00 n. m.; 1.03
nnd c.50 n. m. Nicholson 'accommodation
4.00 nnd 0.13 r. m.
Bloomshurg Division For Northumber
land, nt 0.33 and 10.10 n. m.i 1.D3 and 8.10
p. m. For Plymouth, nt S.10 a. m.; 3.41
and 3.03 p. m.
Sundny Trains For Now York, 1.50, 3.20",
G.O.,. 10.10 n. m.: 3.40 and 3.35 p. m. For
Buffalo 1.15 and 0.22 n. m.; 1.55, G.50 and
11.10 p. m. For Elmlra nnd way statlons-r-10.2.,.
a. m. For Blnsrhnrnton nnd way sta
tions, 0.00 n. m. Bloomsburg Division
Leavo Scranton, 10.10 a ,m. nnd 0.10 p. m,
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
In Effect Juno 15, 1902.
Trains Leavo Scranton. .
For Philadelphia and Now York via D.
& H. R. n., at 7.41, through Parlor Car;
and Day Coach Carbondnlo to New York
and 0.47 a. m.. with L. V. Coach Carbon
dnlo to Philadelphia, and 2.1S, 4.33 (Blaok
Diamond Express), and 11.49 p. m. Sun
days, D. & H. rt. R., 1.5S. 9.17 p. m.
For White Haven. Hazleton and princi
pal points In tho coal regions, via D.-VS
"-. R-..XI.. 7.41, 2.18 and 4.33 p. m. For
Pottsvlllo. 7.41 n. m. '
For Bethlehem, Enston. Rending, Har
rlsburg and principal Intermediate stn
t.lW: vla D- H.-R. R.. 7.41. 0.47 a. m.;
2.18, 4.3., (Black Diamond Express), 11.49 p.
" Sundays, D. & II. R. R 9.S8 a. m.;
1.58. 9.17 p. m.
For Tunkhannock, Townnda, Elmlra,
Ithaca, Geneva and principal intermedial
stations via D L. & W. R. R., 6.33 a. m.
and 1.55 p. m.
For Geneva. Rochester. Buffalo, Nlag
nra Falls, Chicago and all points west via
D. & II. R. R., 12.03 p. m.: 3.28 (Black.
Diamond Express), 10.41. 11.49 p. m. Sun
days. D. & H. R. R.. 12.03, 9.17 p. m. .
Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehigh
a nl ey Parlor cars on nil trains betweon
Wilkes-Barro nnd Now York. Philadel
phia, Buffalo and Suspension Brldgo.
IIOLLIN H. WILBUR. Gen. Supt.. 2!
Cortland street. New York.
CHARLES 8. LEE. Gen. Pass. Agt, 23
Cortland street. Now York.
A. W. NONEMACHER, Dlw Pass. Agt.,
South Bethlehem, Pn.
For tiekntn nnrt Pnllmnn reservations
npply to city ticket ofllce, 69 Public
Square. Wllkcs-Barrc. Pa.
t READING SYSTEM.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
In Effect Juno 29, 1902.
Stations In Now York, foot Liberty
street and South Ferry, N. R.
Trains leavo Scranton for Now York,
Philadelphia, Easton, Bethlehem Allon
town. Mnuch Chunk, White Haven, Ash
ley, Wllkes-Bnrro and Pittston nt 7.30 a.
m., 1 p. m. nnd 4 p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m.
Quaker City Express leaves Scranton
7.30 a. m., through solid vestibule train
with Pullman Buffet Parlor Car for Phil
adelphia with only ono change of cars
for Baltimore and Wn'shlngton, D. C, and
all principal points south and west.
For Avocn. Pittston and Wllke3-Barre
1 p. m. nnd 4 p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m.
For Long Branch. Ocean Grove, etc,
7.30 a., m. nnd 1p.m. 1 .
For Reading, Lebanon and Harrlsburg
via Allentowmnt 7.30 a. m., 1 p. 111. and 4
p. m. Sunday, 2.10 p. m.
For Tnmaqua and Fottsvllle, 7;30 a, m.;
1 p. m. and 4 p..m.
For rates and tickets .apply to agent at
W. G. BESSLER. Gen. Manager.
C. M. BURT, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Pennsylvania Railroad. ,
- Schedule in Effect Juno 30, 1902.
Trains leave Scranton: 6.3S a. mi., wcqk
days, through vestibule train from
Wilkes-Barro. Pullman buffet parlor car
and conches to Philadelphia, via Potts
ville; stops at principal Intermediate sta
tions. Also connects for Sunbury, Har
rlsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash
ington nnd for Pittsburg and the West.
9.47 a. m.. week days, for Sunbury, Har
rlsburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash
ington and Pittsburg and the West.
1.42 p. m., week days, (Sundays, 1.53 p.
m.), for Sunbury. Harrlsburg, Philadel
phia, Baltlmoro, Washington and Pitts
burK and tho West. .
3.28 p. m., week days, through vesttbula
train from WIlkes-Barre. Pullman buffet
parlor car end coaches to Philadelphia via
Pottsvllle. Stops at principal intermedi
4.35 p. m., week days, for Hazleton, Sun
bury, Harrlsburg, Philadelphia and Pitts
bUIK' J. B. HUTCHINSON. Gen. Mgr.
J. B. WOOD. Gen. Pass. Agt.
Delaware and Hudson.
in Fffect Juno 10. 1902.
Tralns'for Carbondale leave Scranton al
0.44, 7,30, 8.30, 10.13 a., m.l 12.05, 1.12, 2.11,
..IV, X, .JJ,
p. m.; 12.18,
3.50, 5.29, U.2J, B.-. a., -iu.vj
l.ss a. m.
For Honcsdalo 0.44, 10.13 a, m.; 2.U and
For" WIlkes-Barre 6.38, 7.41. 8.41, 9.47,
10.53 a. m.: 12.03, 1.42, 2.18, 3.2S, 4.34 6.10.
7 4S. 10.41, 11.49 p. in.
For L. , V. R. R- Folnts-7.41. 9.17 a, m.;
2.1S. 4.35 and 11.49 p. m. .
For Pennsylvania R. R. Points 6.33,
9 47 a. in.: 1.42, 3.28 and 4.35 p. m.
'For Albnny and all points north 7.36 a.
m. and 3.50 p. m.
m. onu "uEUNDAy TnAINS.
For Carbondale 8.50, 11.33 a. m.l 2.1L
3.50. G.B2 and 11.17 p. m. ,
For Wllkes-Bnrro 9.33 a, m.; 12.03, l.SS,
3.28. 0.32 nnd 9.17 p. m.
For Albany nnd points north 3.M p. m.
For Honesdale 8.50 a. m.j 11.33 and 3.E3
P' W." L. PRYOR, D. P. A'., Scrnnton, Pa.
Erie Railroad Wyoming- Dlvi-looT
In Eftoct July 30th; 1902.- U
Trains leavo Scrahton Tor Hawley rtld
local stations at 7.20 and 8.43 a, m.j Liio
nnd D.20 p. m. Sundays, 9.00 rt. In. 4d
1,35 p. m. For Now York, Nowburgh jrod
Intermediate points ut?7,.0 a. in, and L3j
p. m. Sundays, .1.35 p. ni, -
For Honcsdalo 1.35 nnd 5 20 p. m.
Trains arrive at Scrantou"f,20, 10.4tn.
m.: 3.00 and 9,15 p. in. Sundays, 1.00 and
S.15 p. m. ,. "
New York, .Ontario nnd Western."
Time Tabia In Effect Sunday, Juno 15, 4B0?
NORTH BOUND .TRAINS. V?
Leavo Leavo Arrive
Trains, Scranton. Carbondnlo, Cadosm.
No, 1 10.30a. m. 11.10a. 111. I.011 pAn.
I'0. a 1-WJ ! hi. ! H" HI V.W II..J11.
No. 7 , li-10 P. m.Ar.Cnrliondnle 0.46 tf.m
south; bound. , J;-
" Leavo Leave ArrlVo
Trains. Cndosla. Carbondale. Sernntau.
No, U li.50a. 111. 7,25aSm.
No. 4 8.40a. m, 10.01 a. m. 10.40115111.
No. 2 .... 2.15 p. 111. 4.U0 p. ill, 4.45 p$n.
SUNDAYS ONLY, NORTH BOUND;,
Leavo Leave Arrlva
tjcruiitnn. unroomiuie. uacioyi.
8.30 n. in. 9.10 p. nn 10.45 apni.
7.011 p. m.Ar.Cajhnndalo 7,15 PJn
BQUtm BOUND. ST
Leave' ,--Leave ArrlVo
Cadosla. Carbondale. Scrnntna.
ii,50fl, m. 7.25 nan.
No. a ,
No. 0 ,,,,,.
M in 4.30 n. m. b.lkj I), m. 6.4j d.mii.
Trains Nos. 1 on week -days, .and 9Sbn
Sundays connect for Now York city, MJd
dletown, Walton,. Norwich,. Oneida, .Os
wego nnd all points west.. -
Train 3 for Poyntolle, Walton, Delhi,
Sidney, Norwich nnd - nil New Berlin
Train No. ti, with "Quaker City Ex
press", at Scranton, via C. R. R. 0 NVJ
for Philadelphia? Atlantic City, Baltimore.
Washington u4V Pannsylvapla , statu
points. j j I M b "
for conneetlonri with other lines.'
J, C. ANDERSON. O. P. A.. New York;
J. E. WELSH, X. P, cnnu.
i J- --fer
- 'J, Ld-r-UygM
Wr. i- K-