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THE SCttANTON TBEBTHSTB TUESDAYJTOENING, OCTOBER 19, 1897;
Readers will plcato noto that adver
tisements, orders for Job work, nnd
items for publication left at tho estab
lishment of Shannon & Co . newsdealers.
North Stain street, will rccclvo prompt ft
tentlon: ofTics open from 8 a. m. to 13
v. m.j a lauiimns
LAST RACES OP THE SEASON.
Entries for tho llvcnts nt Antlirnclto
l'nrlc Tuilny mid Tomorrow.
The Inst rnces of the season mo en
tered for today and tomonow at An
thracite park. Seeral horses new to
this cltv nre entered and arc the fntit
est in this Mclnlty. Tho entries for to
3 23 race
Harve T, 1 p., V. P. Urnnn, C.nbondule.
I,lttlo Rocket, b. h, Elmer Ary, C.u-
Jim Dojle, b p. U A. 1'atttMonj C.ubon-
Dick, 1 p , n. Abrams, Plttston.
Uosslo Aliullson, b. m , W. C Norton, Al-
rcrarola, b. r, W. II. Ives, nullfoid, N. V.
Kato Medium, b. in , I A. bin I wood, .ler-
Bradford, Boy, s. g., Dr. E Wtdmer, Pitts-
Sato, s. m., Dr. K Wldmer, Plttston.
Heauty. H. in., It. E. Wcstlakc, Scinn'on.
ChlltPiiham Prince, s. in , It. E. West
2 21 RACE.
Gladstone, b p.. A Portri, llliiRhiniton.
Trod DoUKlas, A. Porter, ninghamton.
Mark Anthony, b. p., William IJroadman,
Prince M, b h, Stewart Fletcher, Union-
liellm.in, b h , I"red Cook, Scranton.
Beauts tp m , It. E. Westlake, Seriinlon
Chlltenhflm Prince, It. 12. Westlake,
Kit Clowd, b. m , L. A. Pattcison, Car-
Slyrtlo S, b m , "W. A. St John, Scranton.
Magfjlo Davis, b. m., T. E. Davis, Tailor.
J L. Crawford end C. H. Schadt, of
Scranton, and J. J, Simpson and L. A
Tatterson, of Carbondali, have each en
tered a span of horses for the tram race,
which will too trotted both dais. I'or
"Wednesday the entries are:
aiagBlo Davis, b. m , J. E Davis, Tailor.
Fred Douglas, b. h , A. Porter, Rlngham
ton Gladstone, b , , A. Porter, Hlnphamton.
Perarolo, b. (,' . W. 11. Ives, Guilford,
Beaut, m It. 12. WetUike, Scranton.
Chlltcnh.iiu Piince, It. i:. Wistlake,
Myrtle S, b. m , W. A. St. John, Scrant6n.
Nellie H, b m , L. A. Patterson, Carbon
dale Jim Doile, to. k L. A. Patterson, Car
bondale Bessie Mailison", b. m , W. C. Norton, Al
denllle. Little llcxket, b. h, Elmer Avery, Car
bondale. Dick, b K . n. Abrams, Plttston.
Bradford Boy, s. ., D.r. E. Wldmcr, Pitts
ton Silo, a in , Dr. E. Wldmcr, Plttston.
Kato Medium, b. m , P. A. Sherwood, Jci
mn JIarrj T, b. s , F. P. Brown, Carbondale.
Mary "West, h. m., J. P. Cook, Scranton.
Maud S, e. m , B. 11. Westlake, Scranton.
Mark Anthony, b. K, William Boardman,
rred Douglas. A. Porter, Blnghnmton.
Prince M, b. h , S. Pictcher, Unlondale.
Kit Cloud, b. m , L. A. Pottcrson, Car
bondale, Prize, $130.
ARRESTED FOR ASSAULT.
Jacob Cohen, of this city, on Satur
day swore out a warrant before Al
derman Atkinson for Moses and Vv'olf
Peldman, of Scranton, who formeily
conduttid a furniture store on Salem
avenue The charge Is made of as
sault and battery and highway 10b
btry Mr Cohen charges tho defend
ants with seizing him while walking
through an allev in Scranton and de
manding fifty dollars which they claim
ed as their due. He nsseits that Wolf
Seldman held him while his father tool:
from his pockets the sum of twenty
four dollars. Cohen claims that he re
ceived teverat blows while attempting
to keen his money, Olilcer Gilby and
Mr. Cohen have gone to Scranton w Ith
tho warrant, with what success is not
DEBATE AT ST. ROSE.
The recent debate held nt St, Hoso
academy was very interesting and In
structive. This question was discuss
ed In an able manner, "Besolved, That
woman's Influence for cood Is more
marked than that of man." The nega
tive side was declared winner by a
hcorc of 39 to 37 points. Hev. T. r.
Coffey presided as judge and gave the
decision. On tho afllrmattve side were
tho follow Inc: Misses Laura Garvey,
Alice Kearnes, Mny Barrett, Sadie Me
Garry, Sarah Garvey, Mary Monahan,
Nellie Dempsey, Winifred Hlgglns, and
those on the negative being. James
Campbell and the Misses Bom
O'Rourke, Mav Moftltt, Joseph Loftus.
Frank Kllpatrlck, Roderick Glllls
"William McHalo and Katie McLean.
A pleasant party gathered on Satur
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs A.
V. Isger In honor of the twenty. fifth
' anniversary of their marrlnge The
day was also Mr. Isger's blrthda, and
these happy events were celebra. 1 in
a very pleasant manner. Many valu
able presents were received at the sil
ver wedding. Amonp the guests were.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Isger and Mr.
and Mrs. "William Atkinson, the heads
of the two families, and many friends
from this city and other places.
Tho last week's edition of the Mont
rose Republican has a notice of the
marriage o' well known lesldcnts of
Carbondnle, as follows. 'Married In
New York city. May 29, 1897, by the
Rev "W. II Kldd, John "W. Altken and
Miss Louiso Altken, both of Carbon
dale, Pa." Their many friends in this
city are now extending congratulations
over tho happy event that has Just
been made public.
WHO ARE WEAK
Man who luffer from tbe eoecti of dlteaie, oyer
work, wotrr, from tbe follies of youth or tbe ex
eotiet of minbood, from unnatural dralm, weak
neia orlaokof derelopment of toj organ, failure of
Tittl foitoa, unfltoeit for marriage, all iuch men
ehould "come to tbe t onntaln bead " for a clcritlfla
jtore, and auataln. Wo will mall without chorea
L? P,n,u sealed envelope a rampblat tbat
Telia It All, Nqtblne aent unaiked. No expo,
iiue, so deception, Addreti
ERIE MEDICAL CO.
04 NIAGARA STRICT, BUFFALO, N. V.
FIRES ON TUG WEST SIDE.
Potest fires have inced In several
places nenr this tltj. On tho West
Side the lire was very extensive. Tho
brush and leaves near the Rtavity
road 'Were burning on Sunday so that
tho men were called out to llcht tho
flames. After several hours of hunt
work the flro was beaten out by tho use
of wot hemlock boughs.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES.
Mrs Hiram Harsh, of Dunmorc, was i
visitor in this city last week. Her hus
band was assistant superintendent to tho
1-ito It JIanvlllc, of tho Delaware and
Hudson, many cirs ngo
Miss Fanny Pugllano, on Situidny fell
in a fainting spell and leeched Injuries
so that she -was unconscious for somo
time Drs Kelly and Hillcy were calhd
and gave needed restoratives.
W W Lathrope, of S ronton, received
an enthusiastic welcome from his Car
bondale friend nt the Piolilbltloii demon
stration nt the opera lioue on Tilday
Messrs and Medimes Wesley Ives and
Orhncler Ies, of Scranton, were guests
nn Sunday of Mr. and Mis. W. W. Calen
der, of this rltv
1'innk Mofiltt, of Scranton, was tha
guest of Charles G Bridget!, of Dtrio
avenue, on Sundaj.
Miss Mary Joyce, of Washington slrccl,
vlslled friends in Scranlon Ihls week.
James Gorman, si , left jesteidav for
San Francisco, where he will spend Ihe
vvlnler. Ho resldel In California about
thlrty-ilve years ago
Mls9 Ellzabelh Early, of Seventh ave
nue, has accepted a position In A. It.
Sawyer's mlllnery establishment.
Frank A. Heath, the blind musician, will
give a concert this evening nt the Congre
gational church Tho olilccrs of the
church have donated the use of the build
ing as a generous act to tho blind In
strumentalist. Miss Bertha, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
T. II. Davis, of Eighth avenue, celebrated
her fifteenth birthday by a party given
to twenty-flvo loung friends last Satur
day evening. Tho house was decorated
Shouldn't you think every mother ond father would come in and see
what our Boys' Clothing---goodness amounts to. They don't not all of
them. And yet our Children's Clothing business is growing wonderfully,
though not as much as it deserves just because you read with yonr eyes
shut. Our Fall and Winter Stock is long since ready waiting to be
looked at. Our long experience has been used to have each style so per
fect, each grade as good as money could make it. Our judgment is that
these are good suits. Let us have your judgment---we want it.
Of the suits we have sold we do not know of a complaint; we do
know of a great gederal satisfaction.
M - - M'M
for tho occasion. Many handsome Rifts
from her triends wero bi stowed.
Thomas Morrison, of Belmont street, a
man advanced In jears, fell from tho steps
of his homo jxstcnlay afternoon nnd frnc
turcd his leg, Dr. Glllls attends tho case.
Dr ttlwnnl WlUmer, of Plttston, U vis
iting his father, Dr. Wldmcr, of Klver
Mrs. Charles McIIugh, of Wllkes-Harro,
Is visiting her sister, Mrs. T. J. Lamb, of
Will AtcCormlck, of Scranton, was a
guest nt tho home, of Miss Aunto Hart, of
tl Is city, on Sunday.
Dr. McOravv spent Sunday In Sei anion
with his brothel.
Dr. Thomas, of Ohio, Is visiting his
brothcr-ln-law, Ilev. Charles Lee.
Profeor Itur.lsby returned from New
York Saturday, Ho went to meet his wito
on her leturn from a visit to England.
Tho llev. Dr. Logan, of Scranton,
preached In tho. Presbyterian church on
The Honcsdalc team defeated the Cot
Ingo Athletic eleven on Saturday by .i
score of 21 to 2
Tho Cycle club are considering tho sub
ject of another high tints concert In this
A joung men, Paul Laughlan, was as
saulted esterday morning by unknown
persons near the light rallroid tinck. Dr.
Mabnun was tailed to dress his wounds.
Tho object of tho nttack is not known,
Ituiiml .ScriiceA Presentation ol
n l)riiina--(Hlier Notes.
Mr. C. II DeVere, of Carbondale. has
rented 41 part of Patterson's propcrt in
Main strctt and moved his household
goods In iit wick.
Innus Callahan, of South Main street,
who has been seriously III for some time,
has recovered sufllcleutly to be on the
Messrs Georgo Biuret nnd Thomas
Stephenson, of Serai ton. visited Mrs.
ltlchard Hteplunscn on Sunday.
Miss Edith Vail, of Tompklnsville, is tho
guest of Mrs. John Majnard, of Main
Miss Mattl- Spettlgue and Miss Mary
Sptttlgue spent Sunday at Torest City.
Mr nnd Mrs Patrick H Qulnn will
movo to Mavffld next veek. They will
occupy the houe vacated by James Sul
livan and famlli, who are moving to
Itevlvnl services aro being held in the
HOYS' VnSTnn SUITS, agci 3 to s
venrs. A neat grey cheviot, heavy win
ter weight. Sailor collir, scpirato vest,
trimmed on tho collar, cults and vest
with four rows of braid,
bow and bucklo at tho
HOYS' VnSTnn SflTS, nges 3 to s
eaii. A blue or brown cheviot, heavy
winter w fight, wide and narrow braid
trimming on s.illo- collar, cuffs
and vmt. Pearl buttons;
bow and buckle at
HOYS' VHSTnn SUITS, ages 3 to s
3enrs. A brown mlxid cheviot, nil
wool, w Inter w eight. Cloth and sailor
collnr, cuffs nnd vest trlmmtd with
brild; neat round buttons. A plain.
ervieeaum suit mat is
Jlo suit that Is ,
to give good S-T ?!
HOYS' Vi:STKR SUITS, ages 3 to S
years. A brown cblck over plaid with
i-llk braid to match on collar, cuffs and
buttons nnd bow and H - rf
buckle at tho knee
- T - H - - f'H - T
Like the Picture
HOYS' IlEErEH SUITS, ages 3 to 8
inrs Ono a blue cheviot, winter
weight, largo sailor collar, double
breasted, braid trimming on collar and
cuffs, bow and buckle on
the pants at knee A tilm
looking suit at
HOYS' HEEFEIt SUITS, ages 3 to 8
jears. Taney mixed cloths. Plaids and
heck cheviots, winter weight. Large
tailor collar, uraiu trimming. Bow
inn bucKio on pants at
tho knee. Moro valuo than
j 011 usually seo for ,
BOYS' rtEEUEIl SUITS, ages 3 to S
jears. An abundance of patterns in
brown plaids and check chovlots, all
wool, and bluo cheviot, very heavy
winter weight fabrics Neat silk biald
trimming on sailor collar and cuifs.
Everj pains taken to
mako them wear and stay
BOYS' HEEFEIt SUITS, ages 3 to S
years. In theso suits jou will nnd n
world of comfort. Your boy will bo
dressed as well as any boy. Tho
fabrics are pretty chevIoU. prettily
trimmed and perfectly finished In
every respect anu, nest
of all, thoy lit to perfec
Clothiers, Hatters, Furnishers,
The Road to Klondike
is a long mul hard one.
It's much easier to get
from your grocer. Sold every
where and cleans everything.
MADE ONLY BY
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COM PAN
Chicago. St. Louis. New York,
Prlmltlvo Methodist church by Mrs. Isa
bel'.o Catlln. lato of London, Eng. During
the week Mrs. Catlln will deliver one or
two lectures, entitled "Scenes in tho
Streets nnd Slums of London " The ser
vlces will bo contlnutd for an lndetlnlto
A. Grlfllths, tho bnrher, moved into Sol
omon's basement yrsterday
Miss Jackson, of Wilmington, Del., Is
tho guest of Miss Pessenden, on Cemetery
The Walker Hoso company have elected
tho follow ingotllcers for the ensuing year.
President, Charles 1 Qulnn; vlco piesi
dent, P. J. Porbcs, corresponding secro
tirj, J. J. McCartv , Iltiancl.il secretary,
M. L. McCarty; treasurer, E 1 Edmunds;
foreiran, Patrick H Bcrgan; assistant
foremnn, Daniel Kilkur; pipeman, U. J
Coggtns; assistants, L Potter, John Mul
derig; tiustecs, J. .1 Place, P. II. Qulnn
and William W'nlker
A merry company or "The Cadets' Pic
nic," was piesented last night to a very
appreciatlvo nullence. The programme
given was ns fellows. Choris, "Sunshine
and Shadow," Young; violin and piano
duet, "Stars and Stripes Forever, ' Misses
Murphj and Timlin, glee, "H-ill Smiling
Morn," Spofforth, hy Junior choir, quar
tette, "Pocr, Peter Pumpkin," Jniobs,
ss- ILlp fH AuV
Misses Spclcher nnd Dcmpov, Mess's
Beeves and Hoightou; glee, "Sweet nnd
Low by Junior iholr, vocal solo, Mlnnlo
Gieen. elionix, ".Inck Trost," Gaul Part
2 Operetta Captain of cadets. Prank Mc
Andtews, Charllo Little old man, Joo Col
lins; Llttlo Cadet, John Dcmpsey, police,
Joo Tighe, Prnnlc Grad, Tonimj Bow
lind; r.'orcnce, Little old woman, Hoso
Qulnn; Bessie Hoso Covle, Gertie, Mary
McLvughlln Hetwien the llrst and tec
ond acts a drill was performed by twenty
four bojs and glils.
Don't I'nll to Hear
'I he Welsh Prlz Singers, Just arrived
f'om "Wales, at tho Lyceum Monday
evening, Oct. 23ih.
A POLITICAL POINTER
If you Indorse the freo trado and fiee
silver Chicago platform as the Lacka
wanna Democracy docs, "fully and
without reserve," then work and voto
for Schadt, Horn, et. ul. If you be
lieve in McKlnley, protection and pros
perity, turn thbso agents of Bonn
Look Like This
HOYS' DOUHLH HRKASTKD SUITS,
ages ' to 1C jears A dark brown twill,
a dark brown plaid a light Drown plaid,
a plain gr.tj nnd other mixtures. Theso
suits aro made for bojs who rough it a
must have strong
and we lecom-
overv tluead and
hoys' Douni.i: unnASTED suits.
ages 9 to 1G Too many patterns to
dlscribe singly, but you will find this
stock full of now and stylish checks
and plaids nnd fancv mKtures. Tnbrlcs
that aro pure wool and good wool
woven to wear. You can go further
and fair worse. It is ex
cellent quality at a pop
BOYS' DOUHLi: BREASTED SUITS,
ages 9 to 10 ears A 1.1ft of patterns
in popular Cheviot mlxtuies and in
navy blue 11 ilds nnd checks are tho
favorites, and blue tho staple. Cloth Is
all wool. Pockets thnt won't teal ,
seams that won't rip, llnnings that aro
put ill smooth The nual-
lty of theso suits will bo U T f-")
a pleasant surprise O'O
J;OYS' DOUBLE BHEASTED SUITS,
ages 9 to 1G years A llttlo better lln
nings, a little better cloth finer but no
better wearing disci Ihe our "llttlo
higher pi Iced buits." They come in
fancy mixed cheviots, plaid and check
cheviots and bluo cheviots. In bulng
boys' clothes hero there's that satisfac
tion of knowing that jou get what
u puv for, and theso .
3ults Justify eery dollar 4 A f(
(.pent on them pqJJ
HOYS' REEI-EHS. 3 to in years. Chin
chilla heavy winter weight, good w ear
ing quality. Largo sailor collar, braid
(d and good warm lining
It is u pleasure to offit S 1 f C
so much for so little .. Y A vJaJ
BOY8' REEFERS, 3 to 10 years, heavy
Chinchilla with warm, heavy plaid
lining, deep pockets to keep tho hands
minor cuiwr wiiii t n r
trimming and brass Nt 1 JJ
f M m Vr
REEFERS, nges 3 to 10 years.
Astrakan. pearl buttons, fine Itnl-
lining. Sailor collar, braid trim
on collar and cuffs
A stylish top coat
BOYS' REEUER arcs 3 to 10 years.
Heavy Chlnchilhi, all wool, warm, plaid
linings, very durable, very warm,
largo sailor collar, horn buttons, braid
trimming This reefer will prove the ex
cellence of our hoys' cloth
ing depaitirent throughout
Wo ought to sell ALL of the School Shoes thnt will bo sold In Pcrnnton this
fall. Hut wo won't. Homo people nro such poor Judges of qUALlTY thnt thoy
would pay 91.00 for a shoo that is nearly nil boddy, rather than pay Sl.'jnforu
really good shoe. Theso people s trade we won't get. Wo will get tho trade of peo
ple who like to mnko sure nfw lint tup y nro bujltig. Those who nro good Judges nnd
don't want lob lots of tnishy stuir. wo nro better prepared than anyone else to
scrvosuch ppoplonnd wo will sell them school shoos "or any other kind'1 that will
prove chcupo ;tlmn any othar shoes they can buy.
THE NEWARK SHOE STORE,
Corner nckawanim ana Wjomlug Avcnucj.
V. It. See out I'o4ter Hoots for Ladles'
S Hhoes for Men,
BITTENBENDER 8c CO.
Hardware and Wagon Materials,
50I.1J AGENTS KORlXKVnnSI.IP AND
HOI.DI'AST CAI.K8 AND SHOES, (IIIlllS
RUIIIIEU CUSHIONED SHOE'S. OWNERS
ok nonsr.s should look into the
MEHtr or these qood.
WEAUECUTTINaTlIE l'HK'E OK
REGARDLESS OK COST. OOOD
$15.00 AND UP.
VV. R. DrfTrNRENOCR.
W. A. KDiMVIEKBK.
M'g'rsof IlicjelH Dept.
LACKAWANNA LUMBER GO,
IiiU limber cut to order on short notice. Hardwood Nino Rails
sawed to uniform lengths constantly on hand. Peeled Haunlock
lrop Timber promptly l'u nils lied.
AIIL1.S At Cross Fork. Potter Co.. on the BuiT.iln anil Snanite.
'mniiii Hailroad. At MIna, Potter
'iimiia uauroau. At ivuna, l'ottcr (Jounty. l'n.( on
Port Allecany Kuilroad. Capacity 400,000 feet per
GCMJUAL OPFICC-Uoardof Trade Building,
Telephone No. 4014.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURINGCO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA, Manufacturers of
LOCOMOTIVES, STATIONARY ENGINES, BOILERS,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
GENERAL OfFICC. SCRANTON. PA.
Schedule In Lffect November is. iS?5.
Trains Leave Wilkes-Barro as Follows
7.30 a. m., week flays, for Sunbury,
HarrlsburR, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington, and for Pitts
burp; and the West.
10.16 a. m., week days, for Hazloton,
Pottsville, Reading, Norrlstown,
nnd Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts
burg and the West.
3.15 p. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrlsburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and Pittsburg
and the Weat.
3.15 p m., Sundays only, for Sun
bury, Harrlsburg, Philadelphia,
and Pittsburg and tho West.
G.00 p. m., week days, for Hazleton
J. R. WOOD. CJen'l Pass. Affent.
J. B. HUTCHINSON, Oeneral Monajer.
Central Kailroad of Now Jersey
(Lehigh and Susquehanna Division )
Stations in New York Foot of Liberty
street n! It, and Whitehall Terminal.
AntnracttB coal used exclusively, lnur-
TnTAl.Ll? INBrrECTJULY 52. 1807.
Tffi leave, Scranton for Plttsto...
aVi" ASlnti?h li'rll. b a. m.. 3 OD. 5.00 p.
m. Sundaj s, '1 15 p. m
Tor Atlantic Cit. 8 20 a m ,,,,.,h
Tor New York, Newark and Elizabeth,
si) (eCpusi) am, U 13 (express with
Iluffct parlor car). 3 03 (express) P. m.
Sunday 213 p m. Train leaving li- P.
m arrives at Philadelphia. Heading Term
ff'al 5!'2 P. m. and Now York 0 00 p. m
Kor Ma-uc Chunk. Allentow n, Bcthle
.',: riston and I'lillade phla, 6 20 a. m,
r '"' 1 1 03? B 0 "except Philadelphia) p. tn.
S,riraLonS5 i'riSch. Ocean Grove, etc.. at
8 Wot! Heading;' Lebanon and Harrlsburg.
Ma Allenlown: S20 a. m . 1.M3. SCO p.
8UraiVoftlti!le?8:0a m,. 12 43 p m
Heturnliih' leavo Now York, foot of Lib
ertv streeC Xorth River, at 9 10 (expuss)
r m 1 10. 1 30. 1" (express with Huffot
Sirlor car) p. m Sundaj . 4 30 a m
P Leavo New York, foot Whitehall street
smith Terry, at 8 53 n m . 1 no, 1 23. 3 Bo
from this terminal ran connect under
pntnr Willi ' It'" -.- ....... ,
Ilroadway culilo cars, and ferrlts to
llrooklyn and Statcn Island, making quick
transfer to and from Orand Central De
pot and Long Island Hailroad.
Leave Philadelphia. Heading Terminal.
1 00 a m , 2 00 and 4 30 p. m. Sunday. C 2j
"Through tickets to all points at lowest
rato may be had en application in ad
Vance to the. ticket agntt jtaUon
Oen Pass. Agt.
J II. OLHAUSEN. Gen. Supt.
Del., Lacka. and Western.
Kffect Mcnday, Juno 21, 1S57.
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Ux
nress for Now York and all points East,
1 40, 2.50, 5.15. 8.00 and 10 20 a. m.j 12 5j and
3 31 ii ni
Express for Easton. Trenton, Phlladel
phla and tho South. B.15, 8 00 and 10 20 a.
m . 12 53 and 3 33p ni
Washington and way stations. 3 45 p. m
Tobi hanna accommodation, 6 10 p. in.
Express for lllnghamton, Oswego. El
nilrai Corning, Hath. Dansville, Mount
Morris and UulTalo, 1210, 2 J3. 9 00 a. in.
nnd 1 53 p m , making t lose connections at
Uuffalo to all polnti In the West, North
west and Southwest,
ninghamton and woy station 1 OG p. m.
NlchoUon accommodation, 4 00 and C 10
P ninghamton and Elmir.v express, C 53
V Express for I'tlca and RUhflcld Spring,
2 33 a in nnd 1 53 p in,
Ithaca, 2 30, 9 00 a. m , nnd 1 53 p m.
I'or Northumberland, Plttstor, Wilkes
Rirrc, 1'lj mouth, Uloomsburg nnd Dan
ville, making cloo connection at Nor'h
umberland for Wlllltmsport, Harrlsburg,
Baltimore, Washington nnd tho South.
Northumberland and intermediate sta
tions, C 00. 10.20 a m , and 1 53 and C 00 p in
Nantlcoko and Intermcdlnto stations.
SOtJ nnd 11.20 a m Plymouth and Inter
mediate stntlcns, 3 43 and S 47 p m Tor
Kingston. 12.40 p m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on
all cxprcs trains
For detailed Information, pocket time
tables, etc., apply to M L Smith, Dls
trlct Passenger Agent, dopot ticket olllce,
Krlc and WyomitiR Valley,
IN Effect Sept. 9, 1697.
Trains leave Scranton for New York
end intermediate joints oi Erie railroad.
Wear and tho James A. llanlster Co.'s
.J. M. KUMMHRIK.
County. Pn.. on Couderdnort. and
lie. Scranton. Pa.
also for Hawley and local points at 7 03
a. in and 2 2 p. in
Arrlvo nt Scranton from above points
at 10 23 a m., 3 15 and 9 38 p. m.
Delaware and Hudson.
On Monday, July 3, trains will leava
Scranton us follow a:
I''or Carbondale C 20. 7.13, 8 53, 1013 a.
m , 12 00 noon, 1 21. 2.20, 3D.', 5 23, 0 23, 7 57,
9.13, 10 43 p m , 12 10 a m.
Tor Alban, Saratoga, Montreal, Bos
ton, New England points, etc , 0 20 a. m ,
2 20 p m
For Honesdale 0 20, 8 53, 10.13 a. m :
12 00 noon, 2 20, 5 25 p. tn.
For Wllkes-Uarrc C 43, 7.50, 8.43, 9 11?.
10 43 a. m ; 12 00, 1 23, 2 2S, 3 33, 4.41, 0 00, 7 50,
9.30, 11 1) p. in
For New York, Philadelphia, etc., via
Lohlgh Valley H R , 6 43, 7.50 a m , 12 05,
126. 4 41 p m (with Hlack Diamond Ex
press) 11 SO p. m
For Pennsylvania H. H. points 0.45, 9 35,
a m ; 2 28, 4.41 p in.
Tor western points via Lehigh Valley
R. It, 7 50 a. m : 12 03, 3 33 (with Black
Diamond Ilxpn ss), 9 30, 11 TO p m.
Tialns will arrlvo at Scranton as fol
lows From Carbomlnlo and the north fl 4)
7 43, 8 40, 9 31, 10 40 a. ill ; 12 00 noon, 120,
2 2), J 23, 4 37, 5 4. 7 43. 9 43, 11 25 p m
From Wllkes-IWrre nnd tho south S 15
7 50, 8 60, 10 10. 11 53 a. ml 1 10, 2 14. 3.4S,
5 20. C 21. 7 53 9 05. 9 43 p m , 12 05 a m
J W HURDICK, G. P A. Albany. N Y.
H. W. CROSS, D P. A , Scranton. Pa
Lehigh Valley Kailroad System.
Anthracito Coal Used Exclusively, Insur
ing Cleanliness nnd Comfoit.
IN EFFECT JUNE 14. 1697.
TRAINS LEAVE SCRANTON
For Philadelphia nnd Now York via D.
& II. It R it C 43, 7.50 a m , and 12 05, 1 23,
2 2S, 4 41 (Black Diamond Express) anil
11 30 v. m.
For Plttston nnd Wllkes-Harre via D.
L & W H. R . 0 00, 8 OS, 11.20 a. in , 1 53
3.40. C 00 and 8 47 p in.
Tor Whlto Haven, Hazleton, Pottsville,
nnd principal points In tho coal region
via D & II. H R , C 43, 7 50 a. m , 12 05 and
4 41 p m
Tor Bethlehem. Easton, Reading, Har
rlsburg and principal Intel mediate sta
tions via D & II H It, 0 45, 7 50 a. m.
I" 03, 125, 2 28, 4 41 (Blick Diamond Ex
press), 4 41 and 11 30 p m
For Tunkhannock, Towanda, Elmlra,
Ithaca. Geneva and principal Intermediate
stations via D . L & W. It R C 00, 8 OS a.
m . 12 40 and 3 40p m , x.,
For Geneva, Rochester. nuftalo.Niagira
Falls, Chicago and all points west via D
A. H R. R . 12 03. 3 31 (Hlack Diamond
Express), 9 50 and 11 30 p. m
Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehigh
Valley chali cars on all trains between
Wllkes-Barra and New York. Philadel
phia, Buffalo nnd Suspension Bridge
ROLLIN H WILHFH, Gen. Supt.
CHAS. S. LEE. Gen. Pass. Agt., Phila ,
A W NONNEiMACHER. Asst. Gen.
Pass Agt . Philadelphia, Pa.
Scranton Ofllce, 309 Lackawanna avenue.
New York, Ontario and Western.
Time Tablo in Effect Oct. 3. 1S97.
Trains leave Scranton for Carbondale
at 10 53 a m and 6 10 p m.
Tor Cadosia, connecting with main Una
trains north and south, at 10 55 a. m
Train leaves Cadosia for Scranton at
2 05 p. m.
Trains leave Carbondale for Scranton
at 7.34 a. m. and 3 31pm
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T. FLITCROFT, P. P A.
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