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THE SCRANTON TBIBTJNE- SATURDAY" MORNING, FEBRUARY
1897.
11
GALLANT WALES
IN PARLIAMENT
Mr. Alfred! Iiomas Asks for a National
Museum For Wales.
SHORT SKETCH OF SIMON THOMAS
Mndnmo Ktlltli U'jiine, tho .Most l'o
liulnr Urntorio Singer of Ilcr Time,
Die lit Her Iteiuitiliil Homo in
Ijiiiulu!iShnkcsiieure u Welshman
All Itlglit.
While yet our delight In finding that
Wllllum Morris was a nine Welshman
lias not worn out, hete Is the "KlmUes
peniean" quoting from Professor Dovv
den's leetute slating that Shakespeaie
himself vvhh a downright descendant
from the Jones blanch of Adam's fam
ily. Here Is what the piofessot (who
is no Welshman) wild "A curious and
(to students of heicdltv) an lmpoitant
discovery has been made duilng the
yeai by the antlquailos, who uie ever
at work upon the family hlstoiy of
Stiatfoid's Rieatest son. I lefei to the
long line of Welsh anccstiv with which
he has been connected It Is now le
gaided as sullklently pioen that
Shakespeare's paternal grandmother
was a Gi llllth, a member of a nice the
most Intensely Celtic, 01, lathu. Cam
bric, in South Wales. You piob.ibly
know that the lubt few months have
witnessed a great ielul In Celtic llt
eiatuie. Piofessor Shari hns stuitled
the plucld 'Anglo-Saxon' (o called) bv
the darlns nssai tlon that considerably
moie than half of all that Is gieat In
his llteratute comes from Celtic
sources, nd Is the woik of men with
Celtic blood in their elns The favoi
lteanswei to tills theoi j has long been.
'Well, ou can take our Umoiis, dold
smlths, Scotts, Hurnses and Hen Jon
sons, but jou cannot claim Shakes
peaie. He, at least, was Saxon to the
finger tips' This comfoiting opinion
lias been iudol innttliioun b the dis
cover of a stiong ginln of Gi llllth
blood In the Shakespeaie fiunilv tie,
and now we aio asking ourselves how
it did not hltheito stilke us that the
gieat poet's undoulttdl Celtic vein
wab his by light heiedltai.v Stiatfoid
is but a step fiom the Welsh mar.shes
The Shakesoeares, ptobably, made
many othei Welsh alliances "
death or edith Wynne
Madame Edith Wnne, the famous
oiatorlo singei, died at hei beautilul
lesldtnee In West Kensington, London,
leccntly. The -ad news came to hei
fi lends as a gieat shock foi a few even
ing befoie hoi death she attended a
peifoimance of the Call Hosa Opeia
company at the Qaiikk theatei. It Is
supposed that upon that occasion she
EDITH WYNNE AT 20
caught a chill, which lapldly assumed
an alaimlng character, and death soon
resulted The deceased) aitlst leaves
one daughter, aged 15, who Is alieady
an accomplished aitlst, and is believed
to have a srreat futuie befote her.
For many jeait, Madame Edith
Wjntte was far awa and the most
popular singer In Welsh musical cir
cles She was pie-emlnently the daugh
tei of the eisteddfod A native of
Noith Wales, and a competitoi when a
meie child the superloi lty and qual
it of bet voice attiaeted the attention
ot a numbe- of WeNhmen, principal
among them being Llew Lhwfo, the
elstcddfodlc pilnce, v ho decided to
open a -ubscriptlon list with a view
of enabling her to pursue her musical
studies at the Roal Academy of Music,
London. She was the first peasant gill,
piobably, who received pi oyei musical
tialning. During he caieer at the
academy she distinguished heisedf, and
a billllant futie seemed to open before
her In fact, she was foi jears the
chief atti action at Welsh national
gatherings, both In the pilnclpality and
in London and other large towns where
Welshmen congiegated. When at the
zenith of her populailty she was mar
lied to a gentlemun of independent
means, a Mr. Agabeg, but continued
to practice liei favorite art foi some
yeats afterwaids Some eight or nine
years ago, howevei, she decided to
piaetically letlie fiom the stage, and
very little we have heard of hei pei
tonnances since In her beautiful house
at West Kensington she was often
visited by hei countijmen and coun
tiy women, foi many Welshmen will
have It that she was the greatest so
piano singer Wales ever pioduced She
was of a most geneious disposition and
leady at all times to help In anv de
seiving cause. In 1S71, In company
with the great Santlej, the woild's
greatest batltone, and the Patevs, the
noted basso and contralto, she made a
ptofesslonal tour of the United Suites,
and Canada, and visited Scianton,
Elvlng a concert In Klein's opeia house
which stood on the site the Boston stoic
now Is. It was a gieat concert and a
niUBlcal tieat of the miest kind Not
befoie nor since have we lieatd such
Hinging of "Ruddiei Than the Cheuy,"
by Santley, and "Marjories' Almanac,"
rafts, II
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THE X K. FAIBBAMC COMI'ASV,
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llostOD, riuladelpUU.
tfST
by Madame Wynne. At the request of
the late Dr. Glbbs, the writer and Mr.
Dnv les (Yr alto bach o fendlgedlg goff
advtrlnutli) In l espouse to an enthus
iastic encore, she lesponded with "The
Bolls of Aberdovoy." The Welsh peo
ple that weio piesent vveto the proudest
people on earth that evening.
A POPULAR COUNCILMAN
Mi. Simon Thomas, the popular com
mon councilman of the Fourth vuud, Is
not only easily the best looking of
those who lcpicsent us In the council
ohainbois, but Is also one of the most
influential Ills affability mid stralght
forwaidness has made him a policial
favorite with lilsco-membprH.mul what
ever he seeks he generally gets. Ills
labois in behalf of his constituents have
been Indefatigable in his effoits In be-
fe
WjJZ. ss.
imMh -A
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COUNCILMAN SIMON THOMAS.
half of the opening ol Pilco ttieet,
which lb a gieat necessity, now becms
to have reached a happy ultimatum.
Mr Thomas Is a Republican In and
out of the council and can alwas be
found In the foremost lank of the work
eib of the giand old patty. Notwith
standing his Indubitable fidelity to pat
t, Mr Thomas Is not one of those kind
that will always give a ooidlal heailng
to those of opplslte political views, and
will invniiably aid when advocating
meauies of meilt and of benefit to
the people, hence his gieat popularity.
lie was boin In Wales, June 8, 1S6S.
and was bi ought by his patents to
Ameilca a eai later When only eight
cais ot age lie commenced working at
the Brlggs bieakei, and was afterwaids
in the mines In 1SSS he left the mines
and stalled in business on Noith Main
avenue In which he has been veiy suc
cessful He served the people fot thesec
ond time in council, and as for as we can
learn, his constituents will onl be too
glad to have manv moie oppoitunltles
to vote foi a man of such nigged in
tegiltj Indeed, the people of the
Fouith waid may well be pioud of
thelt Thomases.
LAND TENURE IN WALES
Mr. Vauglian Davles bi ought In a bill
to amend land teniae In Wales, and the
date foi its discussion was fixed foi
May l'J In many quaiteis this Is le-
gaided as a favoiable peiiod, and con
fident hopes aie expiessed that the bill
will have piopei consideiatlon given It.
On the othei hand, it is also thought
the government will by this time have
monopolized all the time of the house
for nilnlsteilal business, and that the
bill will not be discussed at all. On
this account It Is thought that Mi.
Biynmoi Jones will have been w Ise to
inise the whole question on the ad
diess The intioductlon of Mr. Vaugli
an Davles' me.isuie, as well as one my
Mi Jtees Davits on fieeholds, thus
piecludes him fiom bringing the ques
tion upon the addiess, and his amend
ment will have to be wilhdiawn Mi.
Vaughan Dav les presented his bill In
dumni foi m, as Its teim have not yet
been decided upon It is backed by
thiee North Wales Radicals and three
South Wales Radicals The piobabll
Itlesaie that at the meeting of the pai
ty, which will bo shoitlv held, a bill
of modeiate chaiactei based upon the
mlnoilt lepoit of tine Welsh land
commission w 111 be drafted. Ev en such
a measure will meet a seveie opposi
tion to fiustrate any attempt to pio
mote s-epaiate legislation on this ques
tion WELSHMEN IN PARLIAMENT.
Mr. Rees Davles (R , Pembiokeshire)
asked the piesldent of the board of
tiade wli'ethet he had been In commu
nication with the Flsliguaid Baj Rail
way and Pier company in icgaid to a
memoilal lecelved bj hint last eai
fiom the inhabitants of Goodwlck
(Pern ) In refeience o the alleged poweis
pioposed to bo exeulsed bv the com
pany, and what steps did ho piopose to
take to preserve to the fisheimen and
Inhabitants generally the existing ac
fe"s to the seashoie, which would be
scilously Intel fered with by the com
pany's proposal
Mi. Ritchie. I am still In communi
cation with the Fishguaid and Ross
lute Railways and Haibouis company
upon the subject of the woiks they pio
pose to (onstiuct in Fishguaid bay, and
am awaiting a btateinent fiom the com
pany as to the facilities they aie pie
pared to piovlde for boats landing at
Goodwlck If the existing pier theie Is
lnlerfeied with The repiesentatlons
contained In the inemoilal lefened to
will continue to receive m caieful con
sideration. HOWELL'S CHARITY.
Mr Ilumphreys-Owen (It., Montgom
erjshlie) asked the vice-piesldent of the
committee of council on education what
are the leasons for the delaj In dealing
v. lth the scheme foi the Denblghshlie
poitlon of How ell's chuilty,
SIi John Goist (Vice-president of the
council) The dela Is caused b Its
appealing doubtful whether what Is
called the Denblghshlie poitlon of the
charity does not belong to all Wales,
outside Glamoiganshlie.
NATIONAL MUSEUM TOR WALES.
Mi Alfied Thomas has given notice
that he will move on Tuesday, Februaty
2J, in the house of commons:' That in
the opinion of this house It is necessaiy
for the public good of the Inhabitants
1,'vCS
of the Pilnclpalty thnt a national mu
seum and library should be established
In Wales."
wnLsii peasant FnnnnoLDniis.
Mr. Llojd Moigan has given notlci
that he will In the house of commons
on Tuesday, February 23, move the fol
lowing resolution: "To call attention
to the sel lous eftects of the long period
of agricultural depression so fai as
It nffocts peasant freeholdeis In Wales,
and to move a lcsolutlon,"
THli EST-AHLaSlIELl CHtTHCII IN
ENGLAND AND WALES.
Mr. Samuel Smith, M. P., has given
notice for Tuesday, the 9th of Febiu
aiy, "to call attention to the evils le
bultlng from the- union of chuich and
state in England and Wales, to move
a lesolutlon."
LOCAL, TAXATION GRANT IN
WALES.
Mr. Heibert Lewis, M. P., has given
notice for an early date to call atten
tion to the Inadequacy of the share
of the local taxation giant received by
Wales, and to move a lesolutlon.
no n:s.
To strangers, the peculiar twang mado
use of by some Pembrokeshire people is
most bewildering. Mr. Justice Lawience
was at his wits' end this week trlng to
catch the woids ot the witness at Haver
fordwest "That Is not evidence," my
lord," suld counsel, and m lord replied
wil, "I don't know whethci it Is evi
dence or not because I have not heaid It,
and when I do heat It, I don't understand
it."
Lord Kenon deserves well of his coun
tr men A model landlord and a peer of
broad nipathles, he has ovei and over
again demonstrated his keen Intel est in
the welfare of the Principally. The lat
est pi oof of this was lecentlj, when be
foro the house of loids he advocated the
clams of Wales' to a national museum.
His refeience also to the loalt of the
Cmrj to the throne was vei happy.
Wales hid need of moie Kcnons and
fewei Pcnihjns
Onls about hull the usual numbei of
caes which average about twelve bun
dled each month weie htaid lu the coun
t courts held at Pontjptldd and tho
Hhondda this week. "Ho,v Is that" one
Utlgnnt w is heard to ask the other. "I
don't know," was tho unswei, ' unltss It
Is that people aie afraid that the wont
get Judgments, because the times uie so
bad" It Is well known that Judge Gwl-Iv.-n
Willi ims has In some of his lecent
courts lefused to giant Judgments against
a numbei of working men owing to the
depression In tho coal trade.
Hlrwaln and Trehoihcrt should at once
send in a foimal application for the W'elsn
Unlveisltj olllces We have the authorl
t of tho "Cuinuivon Hei aid" for stating
that "if the olllces are to bo llxed In the
place which Is the centie of the dense-st
population within the ladlus of llft
miles, Hlrwaln or Treheibeit would be far
supeiloi to Caidlft." Hiiwalu and Tie
herbeit will no doubt both blush eilmson
at the honoi thus unexpcctedlj thiust
upon them, but thej must not allow stock
modestj to st ind In their waj. Cardllf,
when It leallzes that the poweiful advo
cae of our Cainaivon contempoiarj Is
behind the superloi claims of Hlrwaln
and Tteherbeit, must retire giacefully
from tho contest. It woeyd be sheer
madness to couit a crushing dcteat.
R J. J. writes I have In raj possession
a fiagment of the (list Welsh exposition
of a pai t of the Ulble, that of John E ans,
M A , on the "Ilaimon of the Tom Gos
pels " The title, page Is complete und
beais the- name of E. Farlcj, Bristol, as
publWhei, with date 17C3 Up to page 210
seems In good condition, aftei that come
pp 4dt-4 The book Is called 'Cjrsondeb
Pedaii Efmgjl, gd ag Agoilad B rt a
nodan Athrawus, S.c." Can unj leader
give a full descilptlon of this Intel estlng
work ' Tho author was sometimes known
as l'furul, Plymouth, and was a native
of Llanarth or llanbadarn, Odowjn. He
edited an odltlon of the Bible In 171.9, and
tiauslated several works from English
Into Welsh Relatives of his lived in Lla
ntrth, Card , SO jeais ago Can anv help
to fullci particulars of his petsonal his
tory ? Petei William's first edition ap
pealed In 1770.
Madame Mlles-Bjnon, of Merthvr, is
arranging to proceed with a paity of
vocalists first to America, on toui, and
afterwards to Australia. A movement is
on foot for the purpose .of testlfj lug by
a complimentary concert the appreciation
In which this talented lad who has so
often assisted local woiks of charltj Is
held
Tho marriage arranged between Mr.
Grlsmond Phillips, Glangwlllj, Carmarth
enshire, and Miss Edith Picton Evans,
Treforgan, Caidlgan, joungest daughter
of Colonel W. Pleton Evans, commandant
of the Tlrst Volunteel Btttallon WeUn
Regiment, has been fixed foi Tuesdaj,
Februarj 10th, at St. Ovullo's church,
Llangoedmore, neai Caidlgan.
Lady Bute has been making special In
quiries, through Sli William Thomas
Iewls, as to the progiess "Morlen" is
making in the lecoveiy of his eyesight.
Sli William conveyed to "Morlen" her
ladj ship's deep sjmputhj, and it is hardly
necesbar to saj that the suffeiei Is deep
ly giateful for Lady Bute's Inquiries.
Welshmen aro making a splash In
Western Austialla. A lecent letter states
that mote Welsh than English can be
found heat on the Pilchaid Morgan com
pany's properties, managed by Mr. G. W.
Hall, once a Swansea journalist. The
Rothschild sjndlcato Is lepiesented b an
Ebbwvalo native, ill. A. E. Moigan,
whilst Mi. Gillllth, who first drew bieath
at Aberjstwlth, manages foi the Atilcan
Gold Recoverj companj Mr. Grllllth Is
president of tho local Cambilan society.
Mr. John Davles, late manager of the
CarniaiLhen Railway compans, is tho
government geneial manager of railways,
whilst one of the laigest Coolygardia
Hints Is that of the Tobias brothers, Lla
nellj bos, at whose shop ou can ask lor
an thing In "i Hen Gjnraeg," and ou
will get It.
A good story Is told of one of the In
cumbents of Llen in the good old das.
Tho church at that partlculai place was
not well attended, tho seivlce gunerally
being a duet between person and sexto t,
However, there was a oung lady voi
Bhlpper, who took charge of the poor par
son's oi gan the harmonium Unfortun
ately, one Sunday morning the organist
was absent, and tho person and clerk
were put In great embairassment as to
the musical part of the service. Tho clerk
had but one tune between him and tho
wall, and "she" boio a female name, in
his perplexltj, John (to wit, the clerk,)
asked the parson, "Master, shall we tiy
'Joanna'"" The parson just then was
nodding, but the ladj's name brought him
to, and he leplled, "All right, John, knock
at tho door" Mrs Jomna, it may be
added, kept the Black Lion.
Tho Bishop of Llanday Is patron of sev
enteen living In the diocese of St Asaph,
eleven In the diocese of liangor, and one
In the diocese of St David's,
Mr "Vloiris Lewis, of Swansea, has
tianslttted Tenn son's "Northern Cob
blei" Into tho languago of mld-Carmar-thenshlie,
and has succeeded In producing
a most faithful version of the oilglnal
"Tho teapot poms slowly, Mrs Jones,"
said a Welsh minister, who was having
tea with one of his members. "Yes, sli,"
sold the good woman, "It icmlnds mo of
ou " "How's that?" "Both of you have
a poor delivery."
Pcoplo not very well acquainted with
Amoilcan polities aro applying for the
local United States consulates which they
thing will become vacant when Mr. Mo
Klnley takes In hand tho loins of state,
As a mattei of fact, Iris probable that
few, If any, changes will bo mado except
lit tho llrst-class consulates of London,
Liverpool, Glasgow, Manchester, Dublin,
&c for the latest executive order issued
I
ill! u w
t -
Ilenv jplay Well, the'va attached our
She Goodness I What am 1 to do' Can't
'No We must walk east as we are "
by President Cleveland about six months
ago extends what ale termed civil spiv ice
rules to the remaining classes (Cardiff
and Swansea being in the second-clnssj.
By this i uie any applicant who hns not
acquired expeilence elthei as a consul oi
In some other capacltj In the siute de
partment ("foreign service") rnus. pnss a
rigid examination It seems that tnere
aio Innumerable applicants especially for
Cardiff but not one In a hundied eems
aw aio of the changed conditions. The
"Lodge" bill, which makes consulships
peimanent, and prevents them being made
the rewaids for political services, nas al
ieady pushed the second leading in t .e
senate, and bids fan to become law. No
doubt, the leason for there being oo lew
applicants foi Swansea Is found In the
fact that few aie aware that the western
town was raised last Julj from being a
commercial agency to u consulate.
Welshmen are now taking largely lo tho
wilting of llctlon Ml. Hlchaid 1'ijoe,
who Is Issuing Immediately a new romance
under the delightful title of "Elementary
June," Is a native of Montgomery to
which shore he lias In lecent jears re
turned, having won his spurs In London.
Still on th'rtj-two ears of uge, ha has
put in quite a dozen years In persistent
wilting, beginning shoitly after he left
Leamington college with a shoit sto'V
of Piench peasant life In an "Evil
Spirit," he vas one of the fim to utill'o
tho tragedy a.td pathos of the Morphia
maddened woman, and in "Tho Quiet
Mrs Flemmlng," he showed his capacity
to treat with success the modem detec
tive story. Mr. Prce wiltes of the humor
and monotone of life In Loudon with all
a Welshman's feivor and Insight, nnd
some of his characterization', notably of
the prim occupants of Bajswatei vllas,
remain In the memory. No moie chaim
Ing example of this feature In his wilting
need be recalled than the dalntv rom
ance entitled "Just Impediment.'' All
this paiagraph Is tiom "The London
Stai."
Reckoning up what Mi David Ranell
has been In politics, the only Radical
evening paper In London sajs; "ill.
Randell has made an excellent member.
His devotion to tho cause of laboi and
his Intimate knowledge of lndustilal
questions heve more thai, justlllel tho
confidence thnt was placed In him bj the
tlnplaters, while his undevlatlng loyalty
to piogiesslve Radicalism has united tho
Llbeials In his eonstltutencj. He suc
ceeded In earning through the house of
commons a bill giving to wages a preiei
entlal claim on estates in liquidation and
he has fought hnrd and stienuouslj In the
hoube of commons and out foi all l'ro
giesslvo measuies The oleetoiato showei
Its appreciation of his sei vices b elect
ing him at the last general election b a
majority of foui thousand Mr, Randell
is on teims ol friendship with many ol
tho Liboi leadeir, on the continent, mil
especiallj in riame. The one i egret that
has cast a cloud over a busy and success
ful life Is tint he I ot onlv composed, but
printed, a v olume of poetry In eai 1 outh
ilr. Randell has u-od his scants leisure In
endeavoring to ic-claim the few hundied
copies that were prlvatel circulated."
RAILROAD TIME-TABLES
LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD SYS
TEM.
Anthracite Conl Used Exclusively Insur
lng Cleanliness and Comfort,
in j;rri;uT nuv 10, isub.
TRAINS LEAVE SCRANTON.
Tor Philadelphia and New York via D.
(SL H. R n atC io 7.15 a. m , 12 03. 1 20, 3 33
(Black Diamond Expiess) and 1130 p. m
Tor Pittston and Wilkes-Barre via, D
L &. W R. R . C 00, 8 OS, 11 .0 a. m , 1 55
310, COO and 8 47 p. m
For White Haven, Hazleton, Pottsville,
and principal points in the coal regions
via D. &. H. R. R , C 13 a. m , 12 03 and 4 II
P m,
ror Bethlehem, Easton, Reading, Har
risburg and pilnrlpnl Intel mediate sta
tions v la D i H R. R , 0 43, 7 43 a m ,
12 05, 1 20. 3 33 (Black Diamond Express),
4 41 and 11 30 p m.
For Tunkhnnnock, Towanda, Elntlrn,
Ithaca, Geneva and principal Intermediate
stations via D , L. i. W. R. It , 0 00. 8 OS,
55, a m , 12 20 and 3 40 p m.
ror Geneva, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara
rails, Chicago and all points weet via D.
& H. R R , 7.43 a m , 12 03. 3 33 (Black Dia
mond Express), 9 50 and 11.30 p m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehigh
Valley chair cars on all trains between
Wllkcs-Barre and Now York, Philadel
phia, Buftalo and Suspension Bridge
ROLLIN H. WILBUR, Gen bupt.
CHAS. S LEE, Gen. Pass. Agt., Phlla ,
Pa
A. W. NONNEMACHER. Asst. Gen
Pass. Agt. South Bethlehem, Pa.
Scranton Ofllce. 309 Lackawanna avenue.
Del., Lackn. and Western,
Effect Monday, October 19, 1890.
1 rains leave Scranton as follows, Ex
PmSSC?r New Vork and all points East,
1, 2 50, 6 15, 8 00 and 9 55 a. m.; 1.10 and
3 S3 p in.
Expiess for Easton, Trenton. Philadel
phia and tho South, 6 15, 8 00 and 9 63 a. m.,
1.10 and 3 33 p. m
Washington and way stations, 3 45 p. m
l obynanna accommodation, G 10 p. in.
fc.xpress for Blnghamton, Oswego, El
mira, Corning, Bath, Dansville. Mount
iiorils ami Buffalo, 1 20, 1 35 a. m , and 1 65
, ,! "Id"lng close connections at Buffalo
b..1 l)0l,lts In tho West, Northwest und
nouthwest.
Bath accommodation, 9 13 a. nt.
iilngliamton and way stations, 1 05 p nt.
Jvlcholson accommodation, 615 p m
Hlnshumton and Elmlra express, 5 55
P. m
Express for Utlca and Richfield Spilngs,
- 3o a. m. and 1 55 p, m.
Ithaca 2 33 and Bath 9 15 a. m, and 1.55
For Northumberland, Pittston, Wilkes-
i7irre' Plymouth. Bloomsburg and Dan-
vine, making closo connection at Noith-
umbprland for Wllllamsport, Harrisburg,
Baltimore, Washington and tho South.
IOrthntn tlrtrln ml n ml Inlm-niuilln t rt ufft.
tlons, 0 00 9,55 a. m., and 1 65 and 0 00 p. in.
I rtantlnnka ntiil Intnpmmllntn atnllnna K (lt
and 11,20 a. nt PI mouth and Intermediate
stations, 3 40 and 8 47 p m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on
all express trains.
I pr detailed Information, pocket time
Utiles, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city
ticket office, 328 Lackawanna avenue, or
depot ticket ofllce.
trunks at Inst,
I got my clothes?
Life
Copyright, lb7, by Mitchell & Milter.
PENNSYLVANIA BftlLEQl,
Schedule In Uflcct November 15, i3j5
Trains Leave Wilkcs-Barro as Follows
7.30 a. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Vashington, and for Pitts
burg and tho West.
10.15 a. m., week days, for Hazloton,
Pottsvlllo, Reoding, Norristown,
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts,
burg and the West.
3.15 p. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and Pittsburg
and the West.
3.15 p m., Sundays only, for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
and Pittsburg and tho West.
6.00 p. m., week das, for Hazleton
and Pottsville.
J. R. WOOD, den'l Pais. Agent
S. M. PHLVOST, Ocneral .Manager.
Ccntitil Kailroad of New Jersey.
(Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.)
Anthracite coal used exelusivelj, Insur
ing cleinllness and comfoit.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JAN. 23, 1537.
Trains leave Scranton for Pittston,
Wilkes-Bai re, etc , at S 20. 9 15, 11 30 a. 'it ,
12 43,2 00.3 03,5 00 7,10 p m. Sundaj3 9 00,
a m , 1 00, 2 13, 7.10 p in
For Atlantic City. 8 20 a. m.
Tor New York, Newark and Elizabeth,
8 20 (express) a. ni , 12 43 (express with But-
ici parior car;, 3 03 (express) p m sun
da, 2 15 p m. Train leaving 12 13 p m
urrlves at Philadelphia. Reading Termin
al 3 22 p m. and New York 0 00 p in
For Mauch Chunk, Allentown, Bothle.
hem, Easton and Philadelphia, 8 20 n. nt ,
iz 10, 3 uo, t, 00 (except I'MUUelphla) p. in
Sunday, 213 p m
For Long Blanch, Ocean Grove, etc., at
8 20 a. m and 12 4i p m
For Lakewood, 8 20 a. m.
For Reading, Lebanon and Harrisburg,
via Allentown, 8 20 a m, 12 43, 5 00 p. m
Sunda, 2 13 p m
Tor Pottsville, 8 20 a. m , 12 4" p. m.
Returning leave New York, foot of Lib
erty street, North River, at 9 10 (express)
a m , 1 10, 130, 4 15 (express with Buffet
parlor cai) p m. Sundaj, 4 CO a. m
Leave Philadelphia. Reading Terminal
9 00 n. m, 2 00 and 4 30 p. in. Sunda, 6 25
a m.
Through tickets to all points at lowest
rates may bo had on application In ad
vance to the ticket agent at the station.
H. P BALDWIN.
Gen. Pass. Ast.
T. II. OLIIAUSEN. Gen Supt.
DELAWARE AND
HUDSON TIME
TABLE
trains will leave Scran
ton as follows.
For Carbondale 5 13
12 00 nooti; 1 21, 2 20, 3 52,
5 23L C23, 7 57, 9 10, 10 0.
' 4i xlO J' It,
ton, New Enbland points, etc. 5 45 a. n ,
2 Z0 p. m
Tor Honesdale 5 43, 8 55, 10 15 a. m ; 12 00
noon, 2 20, 5 23 p m.
For Wllkes-Barre G 13, 7 43, S 45, 9 S3,
10 45 a m , 12 03, 1 20, 2 23, 3 33, 4 41, C 00,
7 50 9 30. 11 30 p m
For New York, Philadelphia, etc, via
i ohlch Valley Railroad 6 13 7.45 a. m ;
12 05 120, 3J3 (with Black Diamond Ex
press) 11 30 P m
Tor Pcnnslvania Railroad points 6 43
1 3? a. m . 2 30. 4 41 p. m.
' Tor western points via Lehigh Valle
Railroad 7 43 a m.. 12 03 3 33 (With Black
Diamond Express) 9 DO 11 30 p. m.
Tialns will arrive at Scranton at follows
riom Carbondale and the north 6 40
7 40 8 40. 9 31, 10 40 a m ; 12 00 noon; 1 03,
224' 3 23 4 37. 5 45. 7.43. 9 15 and 11 25 p Hi
riom' Wllkes-Barre and the south 5 40
7 50 8 50, 10 10, 11 53 a. m : 1 1C. 2 14, 3 43,
B " G 21. 7 53, 8 03, 9 45, 11 52 p m
j"W BURDICK, G P. A. Albany, N. V
H W. Cross, D. P A , Scranton, Pa
trie and Wyoming Valley.
Effectlvo Jan. 4, 1S97,
Trains will leavo Scranton for Now
Yoik, Newbuigh and Intermediate points
on Eile also for Hawley and loral points
nt 7.05 a. m and 2 2S p. m , and nrilve from
above points at 10 33 a in and 9 Zi p. m
soisain'ion suvixconr.
In I.ilecl October lib, lH'JO.
$T
jeffy m jv u b
STMi "Wto&
w,v p-
North nound. aoiitti Hound
203 JO I tot -201 1
-!. Butl0M pgSa
I figa (Trams Dally, Ex-1 &
J its I coptMintmy) 3 18 a'
i- ulr u A I rive leave a lit
7S5N Y KrnuMIn St .... 74.
7 10 West l.'nd slicet ,.., 7 53
700 WeehawLen ., 8 10 .
p m Arrive Leav r a m r u
1 IS llamco.. Juuctlon s Si
too Hancock . a i
. MiS 8turlUlit . ,2 23
is (Hi I'rustonl'aik 2 311..
12 40 Ceimo .... ni
unl l'ointcllo .... 2 sol
UUr Hclmoat 2 6
.... urn. PleienntJIt , 8(6
11159, Unlondala 3 to
1140 Forest city 3 19
.... 8 Will Si Carboudnio 7 01 m ..
....to 43H180 white nriiU'e rrc7f3 58
.... fli (3IIIJ, .Moyllold i: IS IS 4 )
.... 0 41I1U3 Jermn 714 8 45
.... 685lll8 Archibald 7'J3 8B1
.... 08.M115 Mlnton 7.3 8f4
.... GJ81111 I'ccltvlllo 7 27 a f I
,... fii3U07 Olypbaut 7 32 4 01
... 0 20 11 03' I'rlctbUrg 7 31 4 oil
.... 0 18,1103 Throop 7 8-14 10
.... 01SJ!(M rrOTiileuce 7 89 4 14, ,
.... a uimi I'Rrt. rmoo 17 41 n 171
... 0101013 Ecramon 743 420,
r mU m leave Arrive a h r il
All trains run dally cxcoDt Eunrtv.
f blffDlfles tUut trutus atop on Mirnal for ru
BOPKere. '
hecuro rates via Ontario a Western bcfi
purchasing ticket ! and savo money. Dor a,
Night Kiproastotlin Vcst, '
J O.AnflcrsoD, Gen. pus Act.
T.Flltcroft. Div. Puss, Agt Bcrantou, Pa
kSwrpritMiiun i titfiiiiniiiiiitminimiiiiim 'iinmin iimtTwr-rM
111 WHIM PR ?
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JiVegclablcPrcparalionforAs
slmilallng aicroodatuincgnla
I'uig lite Stomachs andDowab of
PromoVcs'DigesHoti.Ciiccrful
ticssandncst.Contains neillicr
Opium.Morphtru norMacral.
KOT NAliC OTIC.
Xutpe cftXdllrSIflZZPJIVBHl
JlrrXm Sritl
MxSmnn
JteJidlt Sails -fwt
Sc&
Jinptmunt -JhCutonattSoz
fftfjn Setd -ftmfuti
' Surwr
YkiiiyrKn tlaixr.
Apcrfcctlicmody forConslipa
tion. Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca
Worms .Convulsions.Fcvcrish
ncss and LOSS OF SLEEP.
Tac Simile Signature og
NEW 'YORK.
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EXACT COPY OF WRAPPEB.
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argJivnffipgiirwgfTOgy
GITY AND
AUT STUDIO.
F. Santeo CSS Spruce.
AII1I.1.T1C AM) DAI1.V PAPFKS
Relamnn & Solomon, 101 Wontlnrf ave
ATIII.I.TIC HOODS AM) 11IC CI.I.S.
C. M. Tlorey, 222 Wyomlns ave.
' i
AWNlNOs AM) HI Kill It OOODS.
q A. Crosby, 321 Lackawanna ave.
BAIvitS.
Lackawanna Trust and Safo Deposit Co.
Merchants' and Mechanics', 420 Lacka
Traders' National, coi. Wjomlns and
Spiuce.
West Side Bank, 109 N Main.
Scranton Savings, 122 Wyoming.
Ill IIDIMi, C.AIUU 1 C1.I.VN1NG, 1.1 C.
The Scranton Bedding Co , Lackawanna
mtr.wi its.
Robinson, n Son"3 433 X. Seventh.
Itoblnson, Mlna, Cedar, cor. Alder.
uicVci.us gi .ns, i ir.
Parl.cr, E. It , 321 Spruce
HICYCLI. . 1 K
City Bicycle Livery, 120 Tranklln.
uicylix ulpvihs, r.rr.
Blttenbender & Co , 313H Spruce street
DOOIS AM) SIIOI S.
Goldsmith Bros. 304 Lackawanna,
Goodman's Shoo Store, 432 Lackawanna,
UKOM K AND JI.W i LI.lt.
Itadln Bros , 123 Penn.
SANDY .MAM'IAClUHiH.
Scranton Candy Co , 22 Lackawanna.
SAUPI.IS AM) MALI. PAPiK
Ingalls, J, Scott, 410 Lackawanna,
CAKHIAGHS AND IIAKM.SS.
Slmwell, V. A , E15 Linden.
CAHKIAGi: K1.POSIIOKY.
Blume, Vm. & Son, 522 Spruce.
CA11 Itl It.
Huntington, J. C, 303 N. Washington.
CHINA AM) GI.ASSW ,KC.
Rupprecht, Louis, 221 Penn ave.
CIGAU MAMJl'ACTUKl It.
J. V. Floro, 223 Spruco street.
CONn rilOM ItY AM) TOYS.
Williams, J. D. & Bros , 314 Lacka.
CONTHAriOll AND 11IJII.DI.K.
Snook, S M , Olyphant.
CKOCKI.UY AND Gl.ASSVV'Alth.
Harding, J L , 215 Lackawanna.
DINING IJOO.M.
Caryl's Dining Room, COS Linden
DHY GOODs.
Tho rashlon, 30S Lackawanna avenue.
Kelly & Healey, 20 Lackawanna.
Flnle), P B, C10 Lackawanna,
DH GOODS, SIIOI S, IIAUDWAUL, I'lC.
Mulley, Ambiose, triple stores, Provi
dence, DltY GOODS, 1ANTY GOODs,
Kresky, E II. & Co , 111 S Main.
DHUGGISTS.
McOarrah & Thomas, 203 Lackawanna
Lorentz C , 418 Lacka , Linden & Wash,
Davis O W, Main and Market.
Bloes, W S , Pckville.
Davles, John J , 106 S Main,
ING1M S AND IIOII I-Hs "
Dickson Manufacturing Co.
I1M. MIUrilAM 1 All.OIU.NG.
J W Roberts, 120 N Main ave.
W J Davis, 21B Lackananna,
Eilc Audren, 110 S Main ave.
1IOHA1. 1)1 SIGNS.
Clark, G. R S. Co , 201 Washington.
IIOL'U. HUH I If. I GGs, LIC,
Tho T II Watts Co , Ltd 723 W Lacka.
Babcock G J & Co., 118 Franklin
1I.OUK, 1 I.I D AM) GltAlN
Matthews C P Sons &. Co , 34 Lacka
Tho Weston Mill Co , 47-49 Lackawanna.
ritl'ITS AND PltODUCi:
Dale S. Stevens, 27 Lackawanna.
I Cleveland, A S , 17 Lackawanna.
rUKNIslILD HOOMS
1 Union House, 215 Lackawanna
iuiimtuim:
Hill & Connell, 132 Washington
Barbour's Homo Credit House, 423 Lack.
Gitocr.its.
Kelly, T. J. a Co ,14 Lackawanna
Megargel ic Connell, Franklin avenue
Porter, John T., 20 and 28 Lackawanna
Ulce, Levy & Co , 30 Lackavvunna,
Plrle. J, J 1.7 Lackawanna.
-3f. -r 3t-ai "I
tu - .traces afla
wfetiftDPi? iwM
--, t t r--.li..
'Ii' I II i I III '
Oirecioii of Wholesale end Retail
mmuiMWMmzm
SEE
THAT THE
FAC-SIMILE
SIGNATURE
OF
IS 03ST THE
WRAPPER
OF EVERY
BOTTTFi OF
Cactcriv h pat up in ons-s!:e bottles onlT. It
la not told la balk. Don't allow onyono to sell
yon anythbjr che on tho pica cr promiso that It
u jctt as good" and will answer ovory pur
pose-." Jur Beo that yoa get 0-A-B-T-O-B-I-A.
-aaiic-
aii z' x? srr . 7- it ea
W'lu'UyyT&Z' "T
ef ' wttppet.
SUBURBAN
gcni UAL Mruc.iiANnisr
Osterhout, N. P.. 110 W. Market.
Jordan, James, Oljphant.
Bechtold. E J., Ql pliant.
UAKDVVAHL.
Connell. "W. P. & Sons, US Penn.
Toote & Shear Co , 119 N, Washington.
Hunt & Connell Co , 434 Lackawanna.
llAKPWAIti: AND PLUV1IIING.
Gunster& Forsyth, 327 Penn.
Cowles, W. C , K07 N. Main ave,
MAUN! SS AM) SADDLI UY llAUDHAUO.
rrlta, G W , 410 Lackawanna.
Keller &. Harrlu, 117 Penn.
11ARNLSS, UilMiS, HLGGII S.
E B Ilouser, 133 N. Main avenue.
uon ls
Arlington, Grimes & riannery, Spruca
and Franklin.
Scranton House, near depot.
UOU.SI, SIGN AM) I IJI.SCO PAIN ILK
Win. Hay, 112 Linden.
HUMAN IIAIK AM) HAIlt DHLbblNG.
N. T. Llsk, 223 Lackawanna.
LKAllILIt AM) FINDINGS.
Williams, Samuel, 221 Spruce.
LI Ml. ri'MIM SMUII PUT.
Keller, Luther, 813 Lackawanna.
MILK. CHI. AM, 11UI 111!, l.rC.
Scranton Dairy Co , Penn and Linden.
Stono Bros , 303 Spruce,
MILLIINTH.
Mrs M. Saje, 14G N. Main avenue.
MILLINHtY AND DIM SsMAUING
Mrs Bradley, 203 Adams, opp. Court
House.
MII.I.INI HY AND l-LK.MSUIVG GOODS.
Brown's Bee Hive, 224 Lackawanna.
MINK AND MILL SUPPLII.S.
Scranton Supply and Mach. Co , 131 Wyo
MODISH. AM) DIM SSMAKHt.
Mis. K. Walsh, 311 Spruce street.
MONUMI MAI. WOKIv1-.
Owens Bros , 218 Adams ave.
PANTS
Grrat Atlantic f3 Pants 'Co , 319 Lacka.
vvana ave.
PvINTs AND SI PP1II b
Jlencko &. McKee, 300 Spruce street.
PAINTS AND WALL PAPLH.
Winke, J, C 315 Penn
PAW Mil! OM It,
Green, Joseph, 107 Lackawanna,
PIANOS AND OHGANs
Stelle, J. Lawrence, 303 Spruce.
PlIOIOGItAPIII It,
H. S. Clamor, 311 Lackawanna ave.
Pll'MIIING M) III AUNG,
Howie), P V. & M F 231 Wyoming aye.
1M.AI. 1 SI ri .
Horatio N Patrick, 320 Washington.
ItUIIIll It STA.MPS, SIL.NCII.s, i.rc,
Scranton Rubber Stamp Co,, 633 Sprues
street.
HOMING
National Roofing Co , 331 Washington.
SAM1AUY PI.UMHIM!
W A Wledebusch, 23) Washington ave.
SII'.AMSIIIP HClil.ls.
J A Barron, 21S LacHawanna and
Prlceburg,
sii ulo-im i.n r in coitAno.Ns and
PVIMING.
S H. Morris. 217 Wyoming ave.
i la, i oi i r.r and spici:.
Grand Union Tea Co , 103 S Main.
IHUSSIS, 11A11IKUS HUIIlilK GOODS
Benjamin & Benjamin, Franklin and
Spiuce.
LNDIUIAKI Ii AND LU LUY.
Raub, A R , 423 Spruce
UPIIOLSTLIM U AND CAHPLT LAYER.
C. II Hazlett, 22G Spruco street.
WALL PAPI H, I rC.
Tord, W M . 120 Penn
WAICUMAUI It AND JhWI l.l It.
Rogers, A E , 215 Lackawanna.
1NS AND IiyilOKs i
WaUh, Edward J.. 32 Lackawanna.
Wlltl'. AND VMIM. HOPL.
Washburn & Moen Mfs: Co., IIS Franklin
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