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THE SCRANTON TlUBUNE-FBIDAir, OCTOBER' 3, 1902,
The News of
Pupils of No. 3 School, on South
Main Street, Go Out and Mnke a
Demonstration, Shouting "Scab,"
"Blackleg," etc., nt Other Scholars
Who Dared to Go Back.
The strike, conn ntnoni; the nubile
school children of Curbondnlc Is pprcml
lug. Yesterday the 'third strike and
demonstration or the week took place,
n hulC hundred pupils abandoning their
lessons and enjoying n self-granted
The pupils of No. 3 school, on feouth
Mnln street, of which Prof. T. L. 011
niartln Is principal, were the partici
pants In strike No. !!. Like, the others,
they took umbriiRe at the attendance
i)f a few children whose fathers arc at
work about the mines, and at the af
ternoon session decided to desert school
rather than keep company with these
few. There was tin exception In this
Instance, Inasmuch as the girls Joined
In the strike. Forty-tine,' about n score
of girls anions them, made up the body
of deserters "f school tasks. They pa
raded round the school," nd when soma
of the. marchers weakened and threat
ened to ko back, the bolder ones shout
ed "scab" and "blackleg." until fear
took hold of them and they remained.
After the demonstiatlnn. the scholars
proceeded on the way to No. 4. school,
where the Incipient strike of yesterday
was checked, with the Intention of In
ducing tlio latter to Join them. On the
n.'.mii, the Sheridan troop of cavalry
was inni'iiiing on Its way to this cliy.
Tcrrlllcd at the sight of the mounted
saltliirs, whom the 'scholars In their
c'llldlsh fi.ir supposed were after them,
they broke ranks hi lively fashion,
some tleoin: to limb' home?. Others',
after tli--if rear'' subsided, went to
Unity's Held, where they were active
mid noisy sptetiit'irs at the c'lrsients
Tnylor Hods bust- ball Rome
It L- likely that time will be some
Furry seholuis at No. S school this
A SHARP CONTEST.
Columbia Hose Ken Elect Officers
After Kesncst Rivalry Ever Wit
nessed in Company.
After the sharpest kind of a prelim
inary light, the older members of Col
umbia Hose company, known as the
"Gooseneck Club," won out. la.st night,
!i?nli;st ilia younger element in the
election of otlicers.
James Boylan was selected by the
older members as their choice for presi
dent, and Common Councilman Abe L.
Sahm, to whom th younger members
are attached.- headed their ticket. The
candidates for president were them
selves not the least bit active in cam
paigning: they were both passive as
to the result, but not so with their
Vllierents, who wnrmril up to the pur
pose of .being successful.
The principal candidates of the
"Goosenecks" were elected and by a
good margin. After the election, there
was a period of general congratulation
and felicitation, and in a short time
all was forgotten of the contest, save
that all have In mind but one purpose
the advancement of the company
along the lines that has made its ca
reer so successful.
The election was as follows: Presi
dent, James Boylan: secretary, 1. F.
Moran; treasimr, Joseph O'Neill;
trustees. Thomas ISrennar.. three years:
John I''. Munition, two years; William
Lewis, one year: delegates to Fire
men's flellef association, W. J. McDon-
STK1 BY ST UP
Coffee Gets in Its Fine Work.
Watch coffee drinkers and observe
that prai tkally everyone of them has
srme form of ini Iplent or llxed disease.
Mrs. F. N. Wright, of Kan Francisco,
Oil., tells her experience: "I was "0
years old before 1 ever knew the taste
of coffee, ami before I commenced
blinking It. i mrr was tumbled In the
least with constipation, but lifter drink
i''g" coffee for one year, 1 became con
.stipalcd to such a decree that I had
tf, resort to diu,?s to oven omo It.
After three years drinking coffee, 1
had cultivated ti chronic state of co.i
stlpatlnn and inner annoying symptoms
canie manifest. The first thing In
the morning I had i. headache come on,
a feeling of nausea, and these symp
toms would persist until 1 hail drunk a
quantity or coffee. At first 1 did not
astoclalf there symptoms with the
habit of cou'ee drinking. I thought my
system must be run down, and I felt
glad that coffee. Instead of prescribed
drugs would relievo the weakness.
LI. Ike many people, I old not reason
I'om cause to eftect.
kbout this time I had an elderly
toe In my employ, who eompluli d
ly morning of similar sympto.:is
when I suggested mineral water,
to her for biliousness, she said,
thing In the world but my colfco
vlll relievo me. when I feel so badly.'
jJIy husband begun to complain. If ho.
juui inn gei iiih couch in a cerium lime,
of qucer-sensatlons in the stomach and
head. I becjvrne alnyined nt these coin
cidences, and enmo to the conclusion
jtlint coffee nail ns strong a hold on us
jas whiskey has with the veriest drunk
lard. About this time I was taken ill
with Inflammatory rheumatism, and
the two doctors who attended me, told
rt.r. T ...rv.tl.l V.t.... tn utrtn .1 it .. I. I . . ,.,
jfeo "6Y remain n cripple, as they could
Snot treat ine if' 1 persisted In using a
drug stt'ongorthan the drug 1 needed,
I My'hiTsbnnd" and I agreed to try an
iexporiment and commenced the use of
Postmn Food Coffee, The effect was
larvelous nnd taught us some valu
able truths, and now ve would not
Ipuclya .cun .of coffeeror anytlilng,
His business demands the utmost con.
centratlqrupf brain force continuously.
He now looks like a new man; lie bus
hnjd ip headaches or bilious attacks for
some months, and digests all his food
without any distress. I f.ee Bine that
4toMlft"halVd.;beerf.a Ivreck if he had
kepfon with coffee,
ivjyftcr X began using' Postum, I goon
recovered from my attack of rheuma
tism, and in a few weeks, I could walk
about again. I am no longer troubled
lytth constipation, headaches, nausea or
yfieu'maflsm. I firmly believe that the
continued usa of coffee becomes in time
as hurtful to the human system as al
I'ohollo stimulants. I know my case
and' my husband'u botlr demonstrate
'Ibis clearly - ' ; '- sw
ottRh, Ihrco years: William Peel, tW.-o
ycat-s. . . i'
Thomas Mulhollnnd was elected driv
er over Prank McDonald, but us lie
was not a member n yeitr, the "rlppe.V"
net was applied. McDonald was tli bn
chosen, but he declined. Kdwnrd J.
Neury, the popular constable, was tltlm
COUNCILMAN DAVIS ,
INTENDS TO RESIGN
Will Probably Submit His ReDlgnli
tlon to Select Council nt the Moat
ing to, Be Held Next Monday
A persistent rumor was In circulation'
last nlRht that President of Select
Council John Davis, who represents the
Third ward, will tender ills resignation
at the meeting to be held nest Monday
FOR TUB LITTLE ONES.-Cut out Uio ptcluies appearing on this page each
day, draw n pencil murk around the. hidden object, save them until (Saturday,
then send them or lake them to The Tribune oftlco III nn envelopes addressed to
"Puzzle Department " Enclose In the envelope yoilr name, ago and address. Tho
boys nnd girls who correctly mark tho slit pictures appearing during tho wopk.
and whose, answers arc first received, will have their names published In Tho
Tribune Monday morning.
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This little old woman, the story goes,
Had nothing to wear but abundance o
And, oh! let mo weep at the' sad, dis
She would have been barefooted," but
for her shoes.
Find her two pet cats.
The Tribune representative tried to
find Mr. Davis for a verification of the
minor, but was unable to locate him.
His attitude on tile water (iticslloii and
the controversy In which he engaged
with City Engineer Kupp is given as
the cause for his resignation.
THE TAYLOR RODS
WENT HOME BLUE
Crescents Walk Away with the As
sorted Club That Came from Below
the Bound' Woods in Hyde Park.
Score, 0-2 The Eight Kind of Hit
ting' at the Eight Time Did the
"And, they're still Our Pets!"
"When Owney McAndrew dims up In
do Hush' tonight," said "Chuck" Con
nors yesterday, as. he dropped a poker
chip in the hat 'that "Dub" Martin
passed around during the game on
Dairy's Held, "do 'Dush' drum cores '11
play de 'Tell me, party maiden.' frum
do 'Klorey Dorey.' I tink dat Owney
'11 have dose Taylor 'Iteds' lookln'
party blue by do time dey get dure
tings t' eat at de Har'son house."
"Chuck" was more than half right.
If he added that the hitting of the
Crrscents was some of the "shucks"
he mentions, he would have been all
right. Coupled with McAndrew's work,
the smashing of the ball by Carbon
dale In the seventh ::l eighth Innings
put us nwny to the :,.. '. and made tho
mixed Taylor and Iliooka. crowd feel
like asking for their bupper and tickets
Tho score was '.-'-', but the '"Iteds"
had no license to score. They didn't
get a run until near tho end of the
game, when fluff's holding a ball too
long let In the first run. In the same
Inning, the seventh, the darkness of tho
day caused Walsh, In center field, to
misjudge n fly, Before ho fielded tho
ball, another, nnd the last, run was In.
This was the last, while at that stagn
we hud only begun to pile up scores.
We made two in tho seventh by timely
hitting and four more In' thu eighth
by another act of this continuous per
formance. Weisenlluh, n boyish lad, and cer
tainly a promising twlrler, did tho sluli
stunt for "de Iteds" (Chuck). Ho did
good work up to tho seventh Inning,
when he was given some few bumps.
Thirteen hits were gotten off him?
Four were two-baggers and one n
three-bagger. He struck nut three men,
At times he was allllctcd with up-in-the-ulrlsbness,
giving three men bases
on balls and hitting one,
McAndrew had u much better record,
Ten hits and eight sti Ike-outs are cred
ited to him. He ga inly one bitso on
balls. All but uncf the ten hits were
singles; this exception was a two
bagger by Shields. The difference In
the hitting Indicates the reason for
winning the game,
I'p to the seventh Inning, It was a
closely Interesting game, lloth sides,
particularly Carbondale, had opportun
ities to score, but sharp fielding kept
the scorer from marking down tal
lies. Several times men were caught
at tho plate. Tho Crescents made the
first scores, two, in the first, oiv threo.
hits and with the help of an error and
a base on balls. No scores w-cre made
on either side after this until the sev
enth Inning, when two came In that
should have been stopped, us related
earlier. We made two In the seventh
on u corking three-base hit by Owney
McAndrew; a corking two-bagger of
Walsh, and an error or two. In the
eighth four inoro tallies were muuVon
a bust! on balls, n hit by Flanncry, two
bagger by Kellehcr, the silent man,
who was In right Held! n hit by pitch
er, nnd lilts by. Murray nnd Walsh.
Walsh made some smashing drives!
two were two-baggers that ordinarily
ho would have, stretched Into homers.
Cuff, Murray nnd Flannery each had
two hlls, Monalinn had hard luck In
his hitting, going out on foul tips
twice. He was the only Carbondnlc
fria'n who didn't make a hit. McCue,
of the Snini-Profcsslonnls, Mlnookn
Archbald, etc., teams, played it great
game nt second for the Iteds, Ho had
night chances, boiuo of the phetioino
nal order, without an error. '
The score: t
It. H. O. A. K.
Murray, s.R 3 2 14 0
Walsh, c.f a 2 1 1
McTlorney, ,1b 0 1110
Emmctt. lb II 0 2-2
Cuff, c. f 2 2 0 0
Mnmihati, 2b i o :i n o
Fhinnery, c 12 0 00
Kellehcr, r.f 0 1 n l 0
McAndrew, p 1 1 0 J 0
Total LI 27 15 3
It. If. O. A. 15.
Stone. C 0 2 1!) M 0
Powell, r.f 0 0 10 0
jiccuc, 2b o i n :i o
Day. I.f 0 n 1 rt 0
Davis, 11) 0 0 ti 0 3
m j'lii.iL-.e-gagpj.iujjLMi i ,
Schllds, c.f t 1 n 0 2
Hayes. L1 0 112 2
Williams, s.s 110 2 1
Wlescnilueli, p 0 112 0
Total : 10 21 fl S
Crescents 2 0 0 0 1 0' 2 4 x 9
Taylor 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0-
Two-bi-tso lilts Walsh. 2: Cuff, Kealle
her, Sel.'lld. Three-base hit McAndrew.
Struck out By McAndrew, S; Weisen
lluh, 3. I'assed balls Stone. Hit by pit
cher Wulseniluli, 1. Uaso on balls Mc
Andrew. 1: Welsenfiuli, :). Double play
Medio to Davis, t'mpire Burke.
Ben Phillips Knocked Off Bicycle by
Benjamin I'hilllps, n well-known young
mini about tho town, had a narrow es
cape from dangerous Injury yesterday
I'hilllps Is employed by the Hendriek
Manufacturing company and was sent up
to the freight house on an errand. He
was rcUu'niu,? on his bicycle and riding
between the rails, when tho Delaware
and Hudson yard engine, which was do
ing some switching, backed into him. The
bicycle was u complete wreck, but the
collision fortunately threw Phillips to one
side of the track, He was shaken up
some, but ma.kes no complaint on tills
score, "-lnco hei Is In the hospital. "Pwaa
his lucky duy.
CAVALRY IN TOWN.
Sheridan Soldiers Visit and Brill in
A troop of civalry passed through thu
city yesterday afternoon and caused much
curiosity. They mudo n stop of one-halt
hour In tho vicinity of the municipal
building, 'when) a great crowd gathered
to watch tho soldiers. Tho troop was tho
Sheridan cavalry of Tyrone, and was
headed by Majar Whitney, Captain Mur
phy and Lieutenant Hichard Ilourke.
This is the ilraf. cavalry company of sol
diers seen hero since the strenuous days
At Dn'nce in Jermyn.
A largo crowd of young people attended
a dunce, held in the Assembly hall at
Jermyn last evening, The social was
conducted for tho benefit of tho foot ball
tinun which is being organized In that
place. Among thoso who attended tho
daiico were: James Connerton, James
Fo.s, William Surdlval, Charles Alexan
der, John Wedemun, Harry Kagler, John
Williams. William Collins. Harry Ilobln
s.011, Willis Wilson. Peter Itooney, Joseph
and John Barrett.
At the Opera House.
"I'nder Southern Skies" will bo at tho
Cai'bnndula opera house this evening.
A mother's poor health is bad
enough for the mother but
worse still for the nursing
Mothers find Scott's Emul
s i o n a n o u r i s h i n g a n d
strengthening food. If the
breast milk is scanty or thin
Scott's Emulsion will make it
rich and more abundant.
Wtyen mothers take Scott's
Emulsion the babies share in
the benefits. Thin babies grow
fat, Weak babies get strong.
We'll en4 yea a little t try.lf ya like.
SCOTT & fiOWNK, Pearl itccct, New York.
STRANOER THAN FICTION.
A Remedy Which Has Revolutionized
tho Treatment of Stomach Troubles.
The remedy Is hot heralded ns a won
derful discovery nor yet a Rcorot patent
medicine, neither Is it claimed to cure
anything except dyspepsia, Indigestion
nnd stomach troubles with which nine
out of ten Buffer.
The remedy,!! in the form of pleasant
tasting tablets or lozenges, containing;
vegetable and fruit essences, pure asep
tic pepsin (government test,) golden
seal nnd diastase. The tablets nro sold
by druggists under the ntuno of Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets. Many Interesting
experiments to test the digestive power
of Stuart's tnblcts show that one grain
of the active principle contained In
them Is sutllclent to thoroughly digest
3000 grains of raw meat, eggs and other
Stuart's Tnblcts do not net upon the
bowels like after dinner pills and cheap
cathartics, which simply Irritate nnd
Inflame the Intestines without having
any effect whatever In digesting food
or curing indigestion.
If tho stomach con bo rested and as
sisted In the work of digestion It will
very soon recover Its normal vigor, as
no organ Is so much abused nnd over
worked as the stomach.
This Is the secret, If there Is nny sec
ret, of the remarkable success of Stu
art's Dyspepsia Tablets, a remedy
practically unknown n. few years ago
and now tho most widely known of nny
treatment for stomach weakness.
This success has been secured entire
ly upon Its merits as a digestive pure
and simple because them can be no
stomach trouble If the food Is promptly
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets act en
tirely on the food eaten, digesting It
completely, so that It can be assimilat
ed Into blood, nerve nnd tissue. They
cure dyspepsia, water brnsh, sour stom
ach, gas und bloating after meals be
cause they furnish the digestive power
which weak stomachs lack and unless
thnt lack Is supplied It Is useless to at
tempt to cure by the use of "tonics,"
"pills" and cathartics which have abso
lutely no digestive power.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets can be
found nt nil drug stores and the regu
lar use of one or two of them after
meals, will demonstrate their merit
better than any other nrgument.
36th Annual Encampment G, A. It.,
Washington, D. C, Oct. 6-11.
For the above occasion ticket agents
of the Lackawanna railroad will sell
special round trip tickets to Washing
ton at one wuy fare for the round trip;
faro from Scranton, $7.75. Tickets will
be on sale and good going October 4 to
7 inclusive, and for return until Oc
tober 14. A further extension of limit'
leaving Washington up to nnd includ
ing November 3 may be secured by de
posit of tickets with joint agent nnd
upon payment of 50 cents. Stop overs
will be allowed at Baltimore, Phila
delphia and one other point en route,
but not to exceed final limit. For fur
ther particulars as to stop over and
side trips apply to local ticket agent
wnsumgiuii, i. i., .excursion.
On account of the thirty-sixth Na
tional encampment, G. A. R to be
held at Washington, D. C. October 6
to 11, Lieut. Ezra S. GrllTln post. No.
139, have arranged for a special
through G. A. R. train via New Jersey
Central railroad, leaving Scranton,
Monday, October C, at S.00 a. in., and
making all stops to Ashley, Inclusive.
The rate will be one fare for the
round trip from all stations. Tickets
good to return on the special truln or
on any regular train to October 14.
If nn extension of return limit Is de
sired passengers must deposit their
tickets at joint agent's office. No. llilS
F street, N. V., Washington, D. C,
between October 7 and 14, and a. fee
of fifty cents paid, when the return
limit of ticket will be extended until
November 8. Stop-over will be allow
ed on the Philadelphia and Reading
railway and tho Baltimore and Ohio
As the New Jersey Central has been
designated as tho "Official Route." nil
comrades and their friends ure re
quested to join Lieut, Ezra S. Griffin
post on their special train, which will
arrive at Washington at 4.30 p. m.
Please notify the secretary of your
Intentions not later than September 29,
so that ample accommodations will be
For nny additional Information call
on any N, J. C. ticket agent, or address
15. W. Penree, secretary, 013 Market
street, Scrailton, Pa.
$7.75 to Washington, D. C, and He
turn via the Lehigh Valley Kail
road October 4, 5, 0 nnd 7.
On account of tho Grand Army Nn
tlonal Kncampment to be held In
Washington, D. C, October G-U, the
Lehigh Valley Railroad will Bell spe
cial tickets at $7.75 for the round trip,
good going October 4th, 5th, Gth and
7th, limited for return passage to Oc
tober 14th, good on all trains except
the Black Diamond Express. An ex
tension of return limit from AVashlng
ton, to November 3rd, may be obtain
ed by deposit of ticket with joint
agent nt Wnshlngton, between Octo
ber 7th and 14th. and payment of fee
of 51) cents. Special tickets will also
be sold going via Hurrlsburg and Get
tysburg, returning via Philadelphia at
ruto of IS.So. Call on Dehiwuro and
Hudson or Lehigh Valley ticket agents
for further information.
To Attend the 80th Annual Encamp
ment, O. A. E,,Wnshin"gton, D, C.
A largo party, composed of members
of tho atillln post, this city, will leave
Scranton for Washington. D. C, Sat
urday, Oct. 4th. taking D.. L. & W.
trait leaving m 7.50 n, in., arriving
destination, 4.10 p. in. In order to pro
vide u special through coach it will bo
necessary that u, certain number of
passengers be assured. Thoso desiring
to use the above train tire urgently re
quested to notify by mull or in person,
air. A. O. Meluck, ticket ugent Lacku
wanua railroad, Scranton, Pa.
Special Low Fares to Chicago, 111.,
nnd Return via the Lehigh Valley
Kallrond October 5, 0 and 7.
On account of the national encamp
ment, Union Veteran Legion, to be
held In Chicago, 111., October 8-11, tho
Lehigh Valley Railroad will sell spe
cial tickets, good going October 5th,
Ctli and 7th, at 518.00 for the round
trip, limited for return passage to Oc
tober 16th, good on all trains except
the Black Dlumoud Express. Consult
ticket agents for further information.
The Annual October
Book Sale Is On
We offer 30,000 of our fatuous 12 ino. G.lt Top Books at our llp
usual price, each 12
The Book is well kuowu it needs no iutroduction to our public.
Everybody knows that Connolly &. Wallace Sell Books cheaper than
any other store on earth. The great quantities we provide for our cus
tomers make it possible for all to get a good selection. The many
thousands we sell give proof that our book sales are appreciated. '
The list this year consists of 306 selected titles, as follows:
I Adam Bode. By George Kllot.
U Admirable Lady Biddy Kane, The.
By Frank Barrotl.
II Ac-op's Fables.
4 Alexander the Great. By Jacob
5 All Aboard. (Sequel to "Boat
Club.") Hy Oliver Optic.
C All Along tho River. By iMIss M. H.
7 Allworth Abbey. Hy Jtrs. E. D.
K. N. Soutbworlh.
S Alone. Uy Marlon llaiinnd.
!) Andcrsqn's Kalry Talcs.
10 Andreo do Tavcrney. By Alexan
11 April's Lady. Hy "The Duchess."
1L Arabian Nlght'H Entertainment.
Ill Arclath. By Mario Corclll.
14 Artist's Love. The. Hy Mrs. E. D.
K. N. Southwnrth.
15 At Heart at Bake. By Florence
10. Aunt Diana. Ily Rosa X. Carey.
17 Autocrat of the Breakfast Table.
, Hy Oliver Wendell Holmes.
18 Averll. By Rosa Xouebetto Carey.
19 Barbara Ilcatheote's Tiial, By
Ro.ua Xouehette Carey.
3) Bay Path. By .1. O. Holland.
Ill Belle of Lynn, The. By Charlotte
'J'l Beside the Hnmile Brier Hush. By
23 Beulnh. By Augustus J. Evans.
24 Beyond the City. ' By A. Couan
2.". Black Beauty. By Anna Sewell.
2ii Black lioek. By Ralph Connor.
27 Bllthedalo Romance, "he. Hy Na
28 Boat Club, The. By Oliver Optic.
2!t Bondman. The. By Hall Oalne.
30 Bonnie Prince Charlie. Ily G. A.
31 Born Coquette, A. By "The
32 Boy Knight, The. By O. A. Hcnty.
33 Bravest of the Brave. By U. A.
31 Bridal Kve, The. Bv Mrs. K. D.
B. X. Soiltlnvorth.
35 Bride of Llewellyn, The. By Mrs.
13. D. K. X. Soiltlnvorth,
.If, Broken Links. By Mrs. Alexander.
:, Bryant s rooms.
38 By Pike und Dyke. By
10 Cnp. Bayloy's Heir
30 By Sheer Pluck. By
41 Cast Up by the Sea.
By Sir Sam-
nel w. JftiKer.
42 Catherine de Mcdlcl. By Honoro
43 Charles O'Malley. By Charles
41 Chevalier de Malson Rouse, The.
Bv Alexander Damns.
45 Children of the Abbey. The. By
RckIii.t. Maria IJoche.
4 Child's History of EiiKlaml, A. By
47 Choiians. The. By Ilonore de
45 Christmas Guest. The. By Mrs.
K. D. E. X. Soiltlnvorth.
49 Clique of Gold, The. By Kinllo
50 Cloister and the Hearth. Tho. By
51 Consequences. By Bgerton Castle.
52 Cornet of Horse. By G. A. Hcnty.
03 Countess do Charny. By Alexan
51 Count of Monte Cristo, The. By
55 Cousin Betty. By Honoro de Bal
zac. EG Cousin Maude. By Mnry J.
57 Cranford. By Mrs. Gnskell.
5S Cruise of tho Cachalot. By Frank
59 Curse of Clifton. The. By Mrs. K.
D. K. X. Southwoi'th.
CO Dark Secret. The. By Mrs. May
CI David Copperlleld. By Charles
f.2 Deemster. The Hy Hall Calne.
03 Dcerslayer, The. By J. Feulmoro
C4 Diana of the Crosswnys. By
5 Discarded DmiKlitcr, The. By Mrs,
e,c, Donovap, By ICdna l.yall.
I!" Dora Deaue. By Mary .1. Holmes.
CS Dora Thorne. By Ohm lotto Mi
m Dream Life. By Ik Marvel.
70 Duchess. The. By "Tho Duchess.
71 Duke's Secret, The. By Chariot to
72 East l.ynne. By Mrs. Henry
73 Elizabeth and Her German Gar
71 Emerson's Essays. (First and
75 English Orphans. Tho. By Mary
7ii EnBllsliwomau's T.ove-I.ette
77 Esther. Bv Rosa X! Carey
78 Eiiceno Granilet. By Honoro
79 FnehiB the King. Hy Jules Verno.
F0 Fair Jewess. A. By B. L. Fniieon.
Rt Fair Play. By Mrs, K. D. IS, X.
82 Farmer Holt's Daughter.
M Fatal Marrlace. The. By
10. D, K. X. Southwoi'th.
El Fatal Secret. The. By Mrs,
E. X. Soiltlnvorth.
85 File Xo. 113. Hy Emtio Gnboiiiiu.
80 Final Reckoning, A. Ily O. A.
S7 Firm of GlrdlPstone, Tho, By A.
88 First Violin, The. Hy Jcsfalo Foth-
89 Flat-iron for a Farthlni:, A. By
Mrs. J. II. Ewlug.
90 For Name and Fame. By a. A,
91 Fortune Seeker, The. By Mis
E. D. E. N. Southwoi'th.
9.' Tort une of Nisei, The. Hy
93 French Revolution, Tho.
91 Frivolous Cupid. By Anthony
9.") Gipsy's I'ronhccy, The. Hy
E. D. K. N. Southwoi'th.
!ii Goethe's Faust.
97 Gold Elsie. Hy E. Milliltt.
9S Greatest Thing In the World.
Hy Pro. Henry Drummond
W) Giimm's Fairy Tales.
100 Gunmuker or Moscow, The.
Sylvnnus Cobb, Jr.
101 Gypsy (Jueen's Vmv, Tho. By
.May Agnes nopiing.
102 Han of Iceland. Hy Victor Hugo.
103 Hardy Norseman, A. Hy Edna
101 Harry 'j.orrequcr. By Cliniies
105 Haunted Homestead- Bv Mrs. E.
D. 11. X. Southwoi'th.
in. Hector Sorvaduc. By Jules Verne.
101 Heiress. The. By Mrs. Ami S.
Sale Starts Friday Morning.
CONNOLLY k WALLACE,
Scranton's Shopping Center
10S Heiress of Castle Cliff, The. By
Airs. May Agnes Fleming.
109 Herlot's Choice. Hy Rosa X.
110 Hiawatha. By Henry AV. Long
111 Hidden Hand, The. (Complete In
ono volume.) By Mrs. E. D. E.
112 Hidden Path, The. By Marlon
113 Homestead on the Hillside, The.
By Mary .1. Holmes.
114 How lie Won Her. Sequel to
"Fair Play." By Mrs. South
115 Hunchback of Xotic Dame. The.
By Victor Hugo.
111! Imitation or Christ. Of tho. By
Thomas a Kcmpls.
117 India; or. the Pearl of Pearl River.
By Mrs. Southwoi'th.
IIS Inez. By Augusta J. Evans.
110 In Freedom's Cause. Hy a. A. Monty.
120 In His Steps. By Charles M. Shel
121 In the aolden Days. By Edna
122 In the Heart of the Storm. By
123 In 'limes of Peril. By G, A.
121 luhiniicl; or. In tho Depths. By
125 Island. The. By Rlchaid Whiting.
120 Ivanhoc. By Sir Walter Scott.
127 Jack o' the Light. Hy Etta W.
12S June Eyre. By Charlotte Bronte.
12!) John Halifax, Gentleman. By
130 Joseph Balsamo. By Alexander
131 Josephine. By Jacob Abbott.
132 Julius Caesar. By Jacob Abbott.
133 Kathleen. By Mrs. Frances Hodg
134 Kenllworth. By Sir Walter Scott.
135 Kidnapped. By Robert L. Steven
130 Kith and Kin. By Jessie Fothergil.
137 Knight Errant. By Edna Lynll.
138 ."I.a Bella" and Others. By Eger-
139 Lady Andley's Secret. By Miss M.
140 Lndy of tho Isle. The. By Mrs. E.
D. K. X. Southwoi'th.
111 Lamplighter, The. By Maria S.
112 Last Days of Pompeii. The. By
Sir 13. Bulwer-Lytton.
113 Last of the Mohicans. The. By J.
lit Last Tenant, The. By B. L. Far-
llii Lena Rivers. By Mary J. Holmes.
117 Limlsav's Luck. By Mrs. Frances
IIS Lone Ranch, The. By Capt. Mayno
149 Loina Doone. By It. D. Blaek-
150 Lost Heir, The. By G. A. Henty.
151 Lost Heiress. The. By Mrs. K. D.
D. E. X. Southwoi'th.
152 Lost Heir of Linlithgow. By Mrs.
E. D. E. X. Soiltlnvorth.
133 Louise do In Vnlllerc. By Alex
151 Lover or Friend. By Rosa X.
353 Love's Labor Won. By Mrs. E. D.
B. X. Soiltlnvorth.
I5i! T.ueile. By Owen Meredith.
157 Macarla. By Augusta J. Evans.
15S Magdalen's Vow. By Mrs. May
159 Maggie Miller. By Mary J.
ICO Man In the Iron Mask. The. By
. Alexander Dumas.
101 Marble Faun. By Nathaniel Haw
thorne. K2 Marie Antoinette. By Jacob Ab
bott. 103 Martha, the Parson's Daughter.
By W. llelmburg.
1UI Marvel. Bv "The Duchess."
105 Mnrv. Queen of Scots. By Jacob
100 Mary St. John. By Rosa X. Carey.
107 Master of Kttcrsbcrg', The. By
lfiS Meadow Brook. By Mary J.
109 Meditations of Marcus Aiircllus.
Translated by George Long.
170 Memoirs of u Physician, The. By
171 Merle's Crusade. By Rosa N.
172 Mlcali Clarke. By A Conan Doyle.
173 Midnight Queen. The. By Mrs.
May Agnes Fleming.
171 Mln- own People. By Rudyard
175 Missing Bride. The. By Mrs. E.
D. E. X. Southwnrth.
17S Mnllv Pawn. By "The Duchess.'
177 Monk of Criilii. A. Hy E. Phil
17S Mosses from mi Old Manse. By
179 MossfKlde. Hy Marlon Haiiaud.
180 Mother-in-law, The. By Mrs.. K.
I). 13, X. Southwoi'th.
151 Mulvnnny Stories. By Rudyard
KlnlliiB. ,, .
152 My Danish Sweetheart. By .
1 S3 Mystery of Dark Hollow, iho. By
IRhXoble Lord. A. Sequel to "lbs
Lost Heir of Linlithgow." By
185 Not Like Other Girls. By Rosa
ISO Xot Wiselv But Too Well. By
187 Nov,' or Never. Bv Oliver Optic.
188 Old Cuiiosltv Shop, The. By
189 Old Homestead. The. By Mrs. Ann
190 Old Mnin'sellu's Secret. The. By
191 Oliver Twist. Hy Charles Dickens.
192 Onlv the Governess. By Rosa
193 Orange and Green. By G. A.
Ilenly. , ,
int Our Bessie. By Rosa N. Carey.
195 Out of tli" Jaws of Death. By
1W Out of the Pampas. Hy G. A.
197 Owl's Nest, The. lie E. Milliltt.
IDS Pan Michael. By llenryk Sleuko-
109 IMtlitlnder. The. Hy J. Feulmoro
200 Paul and Virginia. By n. do Snlnt
201 T'fio Goiiot. Bv Honoro de Hal.ne.
20.' Plum ton Illrkshaw, The. By Rud
20.! PliiMitom Wedding. The. By Mrs.
E. ). 11. N. Southwoi'th.
201 Pilgrim's Pi ogress. By John Bun-
205 Pioneers, The. By J. Feulmoro
Conner. . ,,,,,
200 Plain Tales from tho Hills. Hy
Rudyard Klnllng. til
207 Pleasures of Life, Tho. By Sir
20? Plutarch's Lives.
209 Poor and Proud. By Oliver Optic.
210 Pruliie, The. By J. Fentmoro
211 Pretty Polly Pombcrton. By Mrs.
Frances Hodgson Burnott.
212 Prlco lie Paid, The. By E. Wor-
213 Prince Charlie's Daughter. By
Charlotte M. Bracme.
211 Prince of Darkness, The. By Mrs.
13. D, E. N. Soiltlnvorth.
215 Princess of the Moor, The. By E.
21(1 Prince of tho House of David. By
Rev. J. II. Ingraham.
217 Prisoners nnd Captives. By Henry
21S Proressor at the Brenkfnst Table.
By Oliver Wcdnoll Holmes.
219 Pine and I. By Gcoibo William
220 Qucechy. By Elizabeth Wetherell,
221. Queenle's Whim. By Rosa N.
222 Queen of the Isle, The. By Mrs.
May Agnes Fleming.
223 Queen's Xeeklace, The. By Alex
221 Quo Vudls. By llenryk Slenkewlez.
223 Retribution. By Mrs. E. D. K. N.
220 Reveries of n Bachelor. B II:
227 Rlenzl. By Sir E. Bulwer-Lytton.
22S Rllle Rangers. The. By Capt.
229 Rival Brothers. The. By Mrs.
May Agnes Fleming.
250 Robert Old's Atonement. By Rosa
Xouehette Cnrey. '
231 Robinson Crusoe. By Daniel De
232 Romance of Two Worlds, A. By
233 Romoln. By Georgo Eliot.
231 Snmantha at Saratoga. By Joslah
235 Sartor Rcsartus. By Thomas Car-
230 Scalp Hunters. The. By Captain
237 Scarlet Letter, The. By Nathaniel
238 Scottish Chiefs, The. By Miss Jar.3
239 Second Wife, The. By 13. Marlltt.
210 Self-Raised; or. From tho Depths.
A Sequel to "Ishmacl." By
211 Shadow of a Clime, The. By Hall
212 She Fell In Love with Her Hus
band. By E. Werner.
213 She's All the World to Me. By
211 Sign of the Four, The. By A. Co
215 Silence of Dean Maltland. The. By
210 Singularly Deluded. By Sarah
247 Six Years Later. By Alexander
2 IS Sketch Book. The. By Washington
219 Snare of the Fowler, The. By
250 Son of Hagar, A. By Hall Calne.
251 Son of Porthos, The. By Alcxan-
252 Sons of Belial,
253 Soul of Pierre,
251 Spectre Lover.
By William Wes
The. By Goorgc3
The. By Mrs. E.
O. 13. X. Soiltlnvorth.
255 Spy. The. By J. Fenlmore Cooper.
250 St. Ann's. By W. 13. Xorris.
257 Stenplng Heavenward. By Mrs. B.
258 Story of an African Farm, Tho
By Ralph Iron.
259. Strange Elopement, A. By W.
200 Sunshine nnd Roses. By Charlotte
201 Suspense. By Henry Seton Mer
202 Swiss Fnmilv Robinson. By Jean
203 Tales from Shiikcsnenrc. By
Charles and Mary Lamb.
201 Tempest nnd Sunshine. By Mary
205 Terrible Case. A, By Etta W.
2C0 Thnildeiis of Warsaw. By Mies
207 Thelma. By Mai te Corclll.
208 Thro, By Mrs. Frances Hodgson
2C9 Third Volume. The. By Fergus
270 Thorns and Orange Blossoms. By
Charlotte M. Bracme.
271 Three Beauties. The. By Mrs. E.
D. 13. X. Southwnrth.
272 Three Gunrdsmen, The. By Alex
27.S Tollers of tho Sea, The. By Vic
271 Tom Brown at Oxford. By Thomas
275 Tom Brown's School Days. By
I'om Jones. By Henry Fielding.
I'ronsuro Island. By Robert Louts
True to tho Old Fins. By G. A,
279 Try Again. By Oliver Optic.
250 Twenty .Years After. By Alexan
281 Two Sisters. The. Hy Mrs. E. D.
13. X. Southwnrth.
282 I'nelo Max. Uy Rosa N. Cnrey.
23 Tncle Tom's Cabin. By Harriet!
281 Under Drake's Flag. By G. A.
2r. I'nder Two Flags. Bv Oidda.
280 Vanity Fair. By W. M. Thack-
287 Vendetta. Bv Mniie Corelll,
"J8 Vlciir of Wakellehl, Tho. By
"59 Vlcnmte do Brngclouue, The, By
"OOVlvl.i! or, Tho Secret of Power.
Bv Mrs. Southwoi'th,
"91 Wavi'iiey. By Sir Walter Scott.
292 Wee Wllle. Ily Rosa N. Carey.
293 Wo Two. Hy Edna Lynll,
291 White Conmany, Tho, By A. Co
"95 Whlltlcr's Poems.
29! Wide, Wide World. The. By Ellz
297 Widow's Son. The. By Mrs. E, D.
13. N. Southwnrth.
298 With cilvo in India. By O. A,
299 With I'iro and Sword. By llen
300 With Leo Iii Virginia. By G, A.
301 With Wnlfo In Canada. By O. A.
CO.' Woman In White, Tho, By Wll-
SOI Won by Waiting. Hy Edna Lvnll.
Sill Wooed and Married. By Rosa
W. Wormwood. By Mario Corelll
MO Young CarthoRinlan, Ily O, A,