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TJIE SCKANTON TRIBUNE- SATURDAY AIORNTNU-, APRIL 10, 185)7.
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EITHER JAPAN OR
THE UNITED STATES
One or the Other Id Sure Soon to Have
PROBLEM OF THE VARIOUS RACES
Tnc .tnpuncsc Aro Incronsinp; .More
Itnpiilly Tim ii Any Others ami tlio
Only Thing Tlmt Can Prevent Them
from (Setting I'ossrssion of the
Inlands Is t lie Annexation of Ilaunll
to tlio United Staler.
The Washington Star's upcclnl cor
respondent at Honolulu dissects the
last census of Hawaii, made last Sep
tember, as follows: The whole number
of Mongoloid Asiatics la given at 46,023,
which la 42.2 per cent of the wholi pop
ulation of 109,020. Of the remainder,
89,604, or 36 2 per cent, are Hawallans
and part Hawallans. Europeans num
ber 22.43S, or 20.6 per cent. Of these
last, over two-thirds, or 15,191, nie Por
tuguese. Americans are 3.06S, British,
2,250, Germans, 1,432, and Noiweglans,
378, making 7,146 Teutonic whites, or
G 55 per cent, of tho population The
Portuguese ate 14 per cent, of the
It is somewhat of a surprise to us,
and not a disagreeable one, to find that
the Japanese males are hardly at all In
excess of the Chinese, there being 19,-
212 of tho former, and 19,167 of tho lat
ter. Together these Asiatics form H3
per cent, of the whole male popula
tion Either nationality baa males
much In excess of the pine Uawallans
Fortunately these two classes of
Asiatics are antagonistic to each other,
and unlikely ever to combine for polit
ical ascendancy. The Jnpanese, how
ever, have 5,195 females, to 2,449 of the
Chinese, and heme wll multiply by
births more than the latter, as well as
by Immigration The Japanese are not
only nearer to Hawaii than the Chinese,
but are also by tieaty protected from
any laws to check their immigration.
In six years the Chinese Increased from
15,300 to 21,626, being 6,325 Increase, or
29 per cent, while the Japanese In
crease was from 12,360 to 21,407, or near
ly 100 per cent.
JAPANESE POUU1NO IN.
There is thus seen to be pending n.
eevere competition for the coming oc
cupation of these islands between the
white and the Asiatic races. As mat
ters now stand the latter hae an
overwhelming advantage in numbers,
and In facility of transportation to
Honolulu. Packed In tramp steamers,
they aro landed here from 'iokohnma
at $20 a head, often 700. to 1,000 in a
single trip, making the passage in an
averago of twelve days. Whites can be
brought here at no audi prices, nor
is there on your Pacific coast any such
vast surplus population to draw from
as Asia supplies Our only hope for a
white race, as the main population of
these Islands in the future, seems to
depend entirely upon an early annexa
tion to the United States Only that
event can lend tho necessary stimulus
to secure to us a large and rapid
Influx of whites. While independent,
this government is debarred by treaty
from any attempt to check Japanese
immigration. I3ut the United States
have the rower to do thai for us,w hen
ever we form a part of the Union
At the Increasing rate the Japanese
tire now swarming In upon us It will
not be fifteen years before they form
two-thirds of our population. They
have overy inducement io come here.
Wages are three times what they earn
nt home. The climate la delightful.
These hero send for their friends and
help them over. Scores run home ev
ery month and toll what a paradise
Hawaii is, and how the Japanese will
noon fill up and own the country. It
is a pet notion of people In Japan,
high nnd low, that the Hawaiian
Islands aro destined soon to become
their possession. Tho evidence of this
prevailing idea is abundant In Japan
ese newspapers. Apparently there Is
nothing to prevent the early realiza
tion of that result. Indeed, It may bo
clearly assorted beyond contradiction,
that without a very prompt and active
Interposition on tho part of the United
States, Hawaii will In a very few de
cades become mainly Japanese in pop
ulation. Will you permit your great
central outpost for dominating the Pa
cific thua to be made Asiatic, and
your prosperous American colony thus
to be smothered by tho Mongoloid
Nothing can possibly prevent the Ha
waiian Islands from becoming effect
ually a Japanese colony within twenty
jeara except annexation to the United
Btates, the active white Immigration
Which would spontaneously follow that
pvent, and a positive check upon the
Japanese Influx, such as the United
States only can administer No one
who knows the ambition of the Japan
ese people, and that love of political
action, which, distinguishes them from
tho Chinese, can doubt for a moment
that whenever they find themsehes In
a large numerical ascendancy here
they will assert themselves and take
possession of tho government of this
republic, electing Japanese officials.
Observe that no guaranty of Independ
ence to Hawaii and no mere protecto
rate could prevent a Japanese major
ity of tho people from uniting and
claiming to rule.
HOW IT WOULD BE DONE.
There would need to be no assertion
of Japanese soveielgnty.or interference
of the Japanebe government with the
Independence of tho republic of Ha
waii, That government would only
need to claim from Hawaii what could
not be denied by us, or lawfully pre
vented by the piotectlng states, the
equal rights of her people to the fran
chise with other foreigners. Tho Jap
anese would then outvote the rest of
us, and Install their own president and
legislators. Who could say them nay?
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Japan in a strong military and naval
power, and well nble to enfo-r nny
not clearly umrnaormbln claim tor tho
rights of her subjects. It ennnot bo
doubted that the ambitions of the Jap
anese in Hawaii would enjoy the full
est nppropilato support front their
home government, without at nil vio
lating tho Independence of this little
tepuhllc. Thus Japnn would practical
ly achieve her aim of making Hawaii
a Japaneso colony under Japanese con
trol, oven though nominally under Uni
ted States protection.
This Is the in' i aco which now, more
than any other, threatens the Influ
ence of tho United States In the Pacltlc.
An Immense commerce Is growing up
In the Pacific. It Is advancing with gi
gantic strides townrd a colossal mag
nitude which Is to surpass any ocean
commerce now existing. America
needs to have and rightly claims tho
foremost place In that commerce. Her
thousands of miles of coast lino front
ing on this ocean entitle her to that
place, as the superior enterprise and
ability of her people will ennble her to
hold It. Hut she cannot possibly main
tain such commercial supremacy If she
suffurs tho Hawaiian group to pass
Into other hands. This group Is the
key to the North Paclllc. It Is tho
gteat meeting and crossing point of the
mnin lines of Paclllc tralllc. It Is tho
one great naval and commcrclul out
post off your vast Paclllc coast, which
must bo either your pioteetlon or the
menaco of your rivals No chances
should be taken, and no time lost by
America In making sure of this Indis
pensable possession, befoie the wily
and slippery Asiatic has gained a per
manent ascendancy here.
There will doubtlpps be a packed houc
to greet Messrs Illsphatn and Grcgoro
witch at the rrothlngham on Tuesday
evening, Apill 13 Scranton will show
what she can do in the way of giving an
audience to llrst-class musicians on that
evening Tho boxes and logos are selling
well, and people seem to be really Intet
ested la the welfare of tho concert By
practicing a llttlo economy In the way of
attending ten-cent matinees a good many
people will be nblo to spend one dollar tor
a good seat at this great concert, prob
ably tho most enjojable one of tho sea
on. Mr. Oregorowltsch will play on a
II II II
On account of Urcgoronitsch-Blspham
concert on Tuedaj evening next, the l.sth
Inst , the membeis of tho symphony or
chestra hivo decided to postpono theli
concert until May IX At tlio coming en
tertainment the prognmmo will be more
on tho popular order than any of the pre
vious programmes. On that occasion
Pfrangcon Davles, the great Welsh bari
tone from London, will be tho soloist. The
orchestra now numbers llfty performers.
Miss Kitherlno Tlmbcimnn and a num
brr of htr pupils are studying ' Curmen,"
"Lohengrin" and 'Taust," preparatory
to hearing these operas given by the Met
ropolitan Opera company in New Yoik
II II II
Tho success of the "School for Piano,
Voice and Organ," Madlon avenuo anl
Linden street, under the direction of J.
Alfred Pennington, organist of Elm 1'iik
church, has been extremely gratlfjlng to
the dliector and has encournged him to
add new departments. Hence the school
will bo known hereafter as tho "ocranton
School of Music and Languages " In
selecting teachers for tho German, French
and Italian languages, Mr. Pennington
his been guided by his own experience In
the study of languages, namely, thit each
language can be pioperly taught only by
persons born and educated in the countries
whoo languages they teach In the mu
sical department of the school other lines
of work will bo added and tho "Scranton
School of Music and Languages" will un
doubtedly go on Increasing In popularity.
II II II
Miss Ljdla M Pichel, the popular young
soprano singer of this ctly, has been com
plimented by having dedicated to her a
beautiful sacred solo, "Jesus and Shall It
Ever Be," composed by Mr. Walter S
Keller, a talented organist of Chicago
This s.olo may bo found at tho music
stores of th's city.
II 'I H
Miss Nelllo Ketchum. of Tlttston,
pupil of Mr 13 13 Sotithvvorth, acquitted
herself with great credit nt a concert
given at Tactorjv Mo recently.
II II II
Miss Katharine Tlmberman has gone
steadily forward In establishing for hei
fcolf a, reputation as vocat teacher of the
first rank In her studio work in the "Scran
ton Sehool of Music and Languages,"
formerly known as "School for Piano,
Voice nnd Organ." Hei miny pupils and
friends will bo glad to learn that Mr.
Pennington has ro-engaged her for an
other j ear.
II II II
Lewis K. Broun, of Waukesha, Wis., a
joung musician of marked talent, has
come to Sctanton to study at tho "Scran
ton School of Music and Lingmges," un
der tho Instruction of Professor J. Alfred
Pennington, with whom ho studied when
the latter was professor of organ In Ober
lln college Mr. Brown will remain a year
or more studying both organ and piano
with Protestor Pennington.
II II II
Since the announcement Issued from the
Grand opera house, Phllade'phla, a few
dais ago that "Princess Bonnie" would bo
presented duilng Kilter week by tho
members of tho Castlo Square Opera
company thero has been a perfect flood
of requests for "seats to bo reserved."
II II II
A singer In a London music hall U3ed a
song that had been written for anothtr
actress. Before she had finished tho Hut
chorus a protest was made by a spectator,
and the turn was abruptly concluded. Her
engagement was cancelled and sho was
compelled by the court to pay tho womm
for whom It was written $50.
II II II
Paulino Mnrkham fell Into a cellar four
jears ago whllo p'.ajlng In a thcatro In
Louisville. Ky. Sho broke ono of her
famous legs, and has recovered $B,U00
damages for tho fracture. Miss Mark
ham was tho original "Stalacta"' In tho
"Black Crook" at Nlblo's Garden twenty
fceven years ago. Therefore she must bo
at ltast twenty-seven years old.
II II II
"Evangeline" gave up the ghost last
week It was 20 ears old, and was a
paving attraction for 15 years. Dixie
nnd Goodwin furnished the legs for the
heifer In tho oitglnal production, and
others who have been Identified with tho
piece Include Dick Gordon, George For
tesque, Lizzie Webster and Teresa
Can bo Askod?
The Learned Professor Gives a
Plain Talk on
One Rsmady Cannot Correct all the
Changes in tin System
Are Naeded to Prevent lha Development of
Disuses at the End of Winter
SEEDS OF CONSUMPTION
Catarrh, Bronchitis and Throat Disease Are
Sown by the Neglect of a March Cold -Mun-yon's
Cold Cure Breaks Up the Worst l-'orm
of n Cold at Once.
The Result of Bxtra Work on the Part of
These Organs During Cold Weather Are
Promptly Strengthened by Munjon's Kid
And Deficient Circulation Call for Munyon's
blood Cure, the best Blood Tonic on the
Market-It Lnrlchesand Purifies the lllood,
Promotes Appetite and Gives New Strength
and Vitality. ,
Professor Munyon says: "The idea that
ono must take "Spring Medicines' is a
great mistake. It Is true that at this sea
son of tho enr many changes take place
in the human nouy mat aueci mo oioou,
liver, kidneys and nerves, but In healthy
people these changes occur without the
he'p of medicines. In fact, it Is a sin
asilnst naturo to take drugs of any kind
into the body unless ono Is 111. Tho so
called Spring Medicines for the blood are
also bad because they pretend to cure all
diseases with ono combination of medi
cines If your stomach is out of order it
Is absurd to tako rheumatism medicine. If
ou have a cold, a kidney remedy not onlv
docs you no good, but may do harm, if
jour liver is sluggish a nervo cuio Is use
less. In fact, there Is only ono way to
cure promptly and permanently, that Is,
by treating each phuso of disease with the
appropriate remedy. 'A separate cure
for eacli Discno" is tho grand and true
principle on which the Munjon system ot
treatment has gained its marvelous suc
cess "If jou have an April Cold, the first
thing Is to cure the cold, as this Is the
season when Grippe and Colds have n
dangerous tendency to develop Into lung
diseases and catarrh The most obstinate
colds j leld In n few hours to Munyon's
Cold Cure. Pneumonia, catarrhal diseas
es and throat troubles aro always pre
vented bv this remedy Where Colds aro
complicated by a Cough, the Cold Curo
should no aiternaiea wim .nunjons
"Tho debilitated condition which nffects
many people In the Spring season is Na
turo's warning that some organ is weak
and often precedes serious disease It Is a
condition which needs careful Investiga
tion, and which cal's for treatment, not
with Spring Med'clnes, but with tho rem
edy that will remove the cause If tho
stomach Is disordered, TUunyon's Djspep
sla Cure will act as a stomach tonic and
bowel regulator, assisting digestion, nnd
curing such sjmptoms as pain or soreness
in the stomach, shortness of breath, poor
appetite, coated tongue, sour or bitter rais
ing from tho stomach, heartburn, wind
on the stomach, constipation, dlrzlness,
falntness, and lost energy
"If tho kldnes aro affected, the languid,
dragged-out feeling Is accompanlfd by
piln In the back, dark circles around tho
ve, headaches, and deposits of red sand
or mucus In the urine. Munyon's Kidney
Cure Is guaranteed to curo 93 per cent, of
all forms of kidney disease.
"When tho liver Is disordered, the whole
svstem feels the presence In tho blood of
the poisonous substances left by the de
fective action of this organ In fact, the
condition Is ono of general poisoning.
Thero Is depression of tho spirits, tirod,
worn-out feeMng all the time, bad taste In
the mouth, nchlng and soreness In the
right side, backache, and aches and
pains all over, Munyon's Liver Cure
stimulates the liver to healthy action, and
makes a perfect curo by removing tho
"Impoverished, thin and impure blood Is
tho foundation from which manv diseases
arise In the Spring months. Tho poor
quality of tho blood results in a general
low state of health, loss of energy nnd
vltalltj. The patient takes cold easllv,
and tho colds are obstinate, leading to
oatanh, rheumatism and neuralgia. Mun
jon's B'ood Cure not only purifies tho
blood, but makes new blood, rich in nour
ishment that Invigorates tho whole sys
tem It aids the healthful action of all
tho organs of tho body, revitalizes all tho
tissues, promotes appetite, drives out skin
diseases, brings healthy color to the
checks, clears the complexion and tones
up the nerves, dispelling completely tho
drngged-out, tired feeling."
No matter -what the disease, thero Is a
Muuvon specific with which you can doc
tor nnd curo yourself, Mun on's Improv ed
Homeopathic Remedies aro sold by all
druggists, mostly at 23 cents a vial There
Is no guess work, each remedy Is plainly
labeled with directions for homo treat
ment, and tho curo Is absolutely certain
If jou aro In doubt as to tho naturo of
jour disease, n personal letter to Profes-so-
Munj'on 1505 Arch street, Philadelphia,
will bo answered with free medical ad
vice. JIOWTO ItnST TIIUJD VEKT.
Directions Tlint If Followed Will
Make! Life Mora IMcnsntit,
This Is the season of the year when
everybody Is complaining of sore feet.
It may be corns, It Is often rheuma
tism, and again. It Is just a soreness
of tho tissue. Whatever It Is, It is dis
agreeable, nnd often painful. Quite
often no remedy will reach the trouble,
but some few will find that the fol
lowing will at least alleviate tho trou
ble In a measure; In the first nlase,
wash tho feet night and morning.
Bathe them nt night In water as hot as
can bo borne. That will rest them and
toko out tomo of tho soreness. Witch
hazel will help to tako out tho tired
feeling. Wear clean hose. Change ev
ery day. and If you cannot afford so
many changes, wash your stockings at
night in a howl of ammonia water,
rinse, and hang up to dry.
Clean stockings aro tho first requisite
of healthy feet. If jou aro tioubled
with corns, keep them pared to tho ten
der skin, and uso a mixture of one
ounce of cpllodlan, one drachm of bor
ato of sodium, ono scruple of extract
of cannlbts. Paint with this night and
morning. On rising, wash tho feet
again in cold water, with ammonia In
rorcpd To It,
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llatterson Yes; he has gone into busi
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IRON, STEEL AM) BLflCKSM'S SUPPLIES.
BStten bender & Co., Scranton, Pa.
LAGKAWANHA LUMBEH OIL
Hill 'I imbcr cut to order on short notice. Hardwood Mine Kails
sawed to uniform lengths constantly on hand. Peeled Iiwnloc.U
Prop Timber promptly furnished.
MILLS At Cross Fork, Potter Co.. on the Buffalo and Susque
hanna Railroad. At Mina, Potter County. Pa., on Coudcrsport, and
fort Aiiepany Kallroad. capacity
Ii1um,kal umiui: uoardot
Telephone No. 4014.
BotnHatsncoilanrelIabl,monthly,reKiilatlne medicine. Only harmleei(s3
tho J urcit drugs should be used. It you want tho keai, get
Tbrr ere prowpt.sitoand certain In result. Tbocenolno(Dr.ril')oeTordij;.
nolot. San anywhere, 81.00. Addreu I'SSAL MfiDlciatt Co., ClOTeland, O.
For salo by JOHN H. PHELPS,
Spruce Street, Scranton. Pa.
Schedule In Effect November is, iSoi
Trains Lcava Wilkes-Barro as Follows
7.30 a. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington, and for Pitts
burj and the West.
10.15 a. m.. week days, for Harleton,
Pottsville, Reading, Norristown,
and Philadelphia; and for Sun-,
bury, Harrioburfj, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts,
burg and tho West.
3.15 p. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and Pittsburg
and tho West.
3,15 p m Sundays only, for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
and Pittsburg andthe West.
6,00 p. m., week days, for Harleton
J. R. WOOD. Gen'l Pass. Agent.
J. H. HUTCHINSON, Ucneral Manager.
LEHIGH VALLEVT RAILROAD SYS
TEM. Anthracite Coal Used Exclusively Insur
ing Cleanliness and Comfort.
IN RPPECT NOV. IB. 1896.
TRAINS LEAVE SCRANTON.
For Philadelphia and New York Via D.
L H. R II. at 6 45, 7.15 a. m , 12 0a. 1 L 20. J 33
(Dlack Diamond Express) and 11 30 p. m.
For Plttston and Wtlkes-Iiarre via, D.
L. & XV 11 It , 0 00, 8 OS, 11.20 a, m., 1.Gj
3 40, 6 00 and 8 17 p. m.
Tor White Haven, Hazleton. Pottsvlllo.
and principal points In the coal regions
via D. & H. R. R . CIS a, m., 12.0j and 4 11
For Bethlehem, EaBton, Reading, Har
risburg and prlnrlpal lntermodlato sta
tions via D H R. It . 0 45, 7 4o a. m ,
12 03, 1.20, 3 33 (Black Diamond Express),
4 41 and 11.30 p m. , ,
For Tunkhannock, Towanda, Elmlra,
Ithaca. Geneva and principal Intormodlute
stations via D.. L. U W. R. It., 0.00, 8.0S,
9 55, a m , 12.20 and 3 40 p m.
For Geneva, Rochester, UuKalo, Niagara
Falls, Chlcano and all points west via D.
& II. R R., 7 15 a. m.. 12 05. 3 33 (Black Dia
mond Express), 9 60 and 11.30 p m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehluh
Valley chair cars on all trains between
tVllkes-Barre and New York, Phlladel.
phla, Buffalo and Suspension Bridge.
ROLLIN H WILBUR, Gen. Supt.
CTIAS. S. LEE, Gen. Pass. Act., Phlla,,
A W. NONNEMACHER. Asst. Gen
Pass. ARt South Bethlehem, Pa.
Scranton Office. 309 Lackawanna avenue.
On Monday. Nov. 23.
trains will leave Scran
ton as follows.
asyAHraAaWV.a 1 or mruunume a 13,
MM JnBtV 7.55, 8 53. 10 15. a m ;
WW Si 12 00 noon! 1.21, 2 20. 3 52,
hP r 6 23, 6 25, 7 57. 9.10. 10 30.
p 11.53 p. m.
For Albany, Saratoga. Montreal, Bos
ton, New England points, etc. 5 1j a. m.;
For IIonesdale-5.15. 8 65. 10.15 a. m, 12.00
nFonr SvilkearS'-ClS. 713. 815,
10 45 a. m; 12 05. 120, 2.23, 3 33. 4 41.
7'&r9 New 3York.mphlladelnhla etc.. via
nwi.,r0Il,da3? && Sxi
PFor)'p1ennsyivanIa Railroad polnts-6.4S,
0 For" wesuni po1nPU.nvla Lehigh' Valley
nallroad-7.45 a. m.i 12 05. 3 33 (With Black
Diamond Express) 9 60, 11.30 p. m.
Trains lllarrtve at Scranton at followst
From Carbondale and the r.orth 6.10,
7 40. 8 10, 9 31. 1010 n. m : 12 00 noon; l.Oo,
1 24 3 25, 4 37, 6 45, 7.45. 9.45 and 11 25 p. m.
From Wllkes-Barre and the. south-5 40.
7 60. 8 60. 10 10, 11.65 a. m . 1,10. 2.14, 3.4S,
6.22, 6 21. 7 ta. 9 03, 9 45. 11.62 r m.
1 W RURDICK. O P. A. Albany. N. Y.
II. VA Croii, D. P. A Scranton, Pa,
I'll . Bll (U I 0
H B lei Ini II I I
IDU.UOO feet per day.
I'rade Uuildlng, Scranton, Pa.
Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming Avenue and
Del., Lacka. and Western,
Effect Monday, October 19. 1S35.
Trains leao Scranton as follows: Ex
press for New York and all points East,
140, 2.60. 5.15, S.00 and 9 53 a. m.i 1.10 and
3 33 p. m.
Express for Easton, Trenton, Philadel
phia and tho South. 5 13. 8 00 and 9.63 a. ni..
1.10 and 3 33 p. m
Washington and way stations, 3 45 p. m.
Tobyhanna accommodation, 0.10 p. m.
Express for Blnghamton. Oswego, El
mlra, Corning, Bath, DansUle, Mount
Morris nnd Buffalo, i 20, 2.35 a. m . and 1.53
p in , making close connections at Buffalo
to all points In the West, Northwest and
Bath accommodation, 9.15 a m.
Illnghumton and uay stations. 1,03 p. m.
Nicholson accommodation, 6.15 p. in
Blnghamton and Elmlra express, G 53
Express for Utlca and Richfield Springs,
2 36 a. m and 1 55 !. m.
Ithaca 2 33 and Bath 9.15 a. m, and 1.51
Tor Northumberland. Plttston. Wllkes
Barre, Plymouth, Bloomsburs and Dan
ville, making close connection at North
umberland for Wllliamsport, Harrisburg,
Baltimore, Washington and the South.
Northumberland and Intermediate sta
tions, 6 00. 9 65 a. m., and 1 55 and C 00 p. m.
Nantlcoko and intermediate stations, 8.04
and 11.20 a m Plymouth and Intermediate
stitlons. 3.10 and 8 17 p m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on
all express trains.
For detailed Information, pocket tlm
tables, etc , apply to M. L. Smith, city
ticket office, 32S Lackawanna aenue, or
depot ticket office.
Eric and Wyoming Valley.
Effective Jan. 4, 1S37.
Trains will leavo Scranton for Now
York, Newburgh and Intermediate points
on Erie, also for Hawley and local points,
at 7.05 a. m. and 2.23 p. m ; and arrive from
above points at 10 33 a m and 9.33 p. m.
Ill Effect October dtti, 1800.
aoa.uoii tut im
JJ Stations fl
3 S3 3 .(Trains Dally. Ex-g g(S 5
13 K I Cf pt Sunday 13 Ig a
1 1' ulr uiArrlve Leave a m
725N Y Franltlln at. .... 741 ....
7 10Ve9t 4ind itrcet .... 7 91 . ..
7 00 Weehawkou .. 810 ....
p 11 Arrive Leave a m'i- m
llillaucock Juuuloii ',. I Jit . "
1 on Hancock ..... a u ....
Use. btarllxht .. 323 ....
1246 rrostoupark .... 331 ...
1840 Comn gaj
usi Toyntelle .... 25c ....
18 11 llfltnont .... 858 ....
18 03 Pleasant Vt. .... 8r6 ....
11159 Unlondalo .. 3t9 ....
.... 1149 Forest city 8I81 ...
.... 66O1IISI Caruondalo 704 8 84...,
.... fS40fll0 V lllte ltrldyo f7 07S8 ...
,.ti I3III21 Mayttfld (7 1818 43..
.... t4linsa Jeruyn 711' 8 431 ....
.... 68llllB Archlblld 7201 861 ...,
.... 632,1115 Wlnton 7S3 S.M ...,
.... 1811 11 Ptckvlllo 787 8M ..
.,,, 6 831107 01 pliant 7 34 4 04
.... 6 iOU 05 lTlcetmrff 7 81 4 07 ....
.... 0 18111 ffi, Tbroop 7 8 410
.... 6 15;1101, Providence 7 39 ill ....
.... I8.fi067i Park Place 17 41 hit..,,
... 610,10 55 bCrai )U T41 420 ....
r mIa m Leave Arrive a ur m
All trains run dally except bucdar.
t signifies that trains stop on signal for pas,
secure rates via Ontario a Western befon
Rurcb&slng tickets and save mosey. Say and
Igut Eipresstothe Heat.
3. o, Anderson, den. Fans. Art,
T, Tutarott, SW, Vua, Agt, Bciaaton, Vi.