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TELE HOUANTON TINBUNE FRIDAY MORNING, 3ECEMBKIl 31, 181)7.
tTlto Cnrbondnlo correspondence of The
Trtbuno hns been placed In thn hands of
Mr. C. 11. Munn, Snlem nvenu" nntl
Church street, to whom news Items may
be addressed. All complaint ns t" Ir
regular dcllvuy, etc.. Bhottld bo m.uio to
W. T. Hoberts, nnws agent.
An OlUcinl Cnll lor Coiivonllon on
To tho Hepubllcnn voters of the city of
Tho pilmnrles for tho election of d.dc
nutes to tho Hopubllcun city conveii-
tlon will Ijp held on Saturday. .Ian. 8,
1R98, between the hours of 3 ami 7
o'clock p. ill. The convention Mr the
notnlnntlon of candidates for the olllce
of school director for thu First, Sec
ond, Fifth mid Sixth wnrds, fchnnl
director for the Third mid Fourth
wnrds, poor director Third wnid, til -dcnnmi
Second ward, one scle t cntin
cllnimi and two coinmon coitiicllmen
In the Second, Fourth and SKth wards,
nnd the regulnr ward and dlstllct oill
cers will be held on Tuesday evening.
Jan 11. l'srts, nt s o'clock In the second
story of Httrke's building, Sixth ave
The representation ns fixed by the
city committee under the laity lules
will be ns follows:
First word. Fit st district
First word. Third district 1
Second word. First illstllet -
Second word. Second dlstiirt 1
i Second ward. Third dlstllct 1
Third word. Flist district 2
'Third ward. Hoccnd dlstllct V
Third ward. Third district 1
Third ward. Fourth district 2
(Fourth ward, First district I
Fourth w ml. Second district 1
Fourth ward, Third district 1
1-irth ward. First district "
Fifth ward. Second district 1
Sixth ward, First district ;l
Sixth ward. Second district 1
The vigilance committees n the sev
oral election districts will take notice I
of the above call and give net less than
two days public notice of the time
nnd place for holding prlnary elec
tions. Any vnenncy In tin vlgllnnoo
committee of any district wll be (Hied
upon notice to the ehiiirmin of the
city committee. S. A. McMullen,
II C Hutlor. Chairman.
FIRG AT DUNDAFi.
iie"Vlllii" Tolnllv Di-stnyoil Ycs
The "Dunduff Villa," (xciipied by
Charles Coleman, a milk deiler, who Is
welt known In this city, am owned by
Mrs. 13. P. Webb, of Waterliiry. Conn.,
was totally destroyed by lie yester
tlny morning between 4 ant fi o'clock.
The tire originated over lie kitchen
and It Is supuosed was dip to a de
Mr Coleman discovered the blaze
and Immediately aroused th. other In
mates of the house. Tip lire had
spread beyond control, nnd Mr. Cole
man sot to work removing snno of the
I furniture. All articles of vilile on the
rfiist lloor were saved.
The loss will amount ti between
three and four hundred dollus.
Mr Coleman and family iro staying
w ith the White family, whise home Is
a short distance from the house that
SOLES Ri-UEi-AliiD FORCASII.
I A loml shoe shop ninungei has Issued
dodger with this novd heading:
"Soles Hedeemed for Cash" It Is at
tracting considerable attertlon and Is
thought to have a pretty ood appli
cation to the cobbling trad". Whether
the author knew It or not, the idea Is
the same expressed by Slikepeare
the first scene of "Jullts Caesut
where to Maiullus' question: "Hu
what trade art thou? Aniwer me di
rectly. ' he makes the seiond citizen
answer. "A trade, sir. th.it I hope
I may use with a safe conscience ;
which is. Indeed, sir, a mender of bad
soles." Again the second citizen says:
' I am. indeed, sir, a surgeon to old
shoes, when they nre In grmt danger
1 recover them. As proper men as ever
trod upon neat's leather have gout- up
on my handiwork."
The concert to be given nl the Grand
opera house this evening under the
auspices of the Crescent club wll be
participated In by Mrs. Kate Crosln
O'nrlen, soprano soloist; Alfred Woiler.
tenor; W. A. Kelly, baritone: .Miss
Agnes Callahan, reader, and the Pill
harmonlc String quartette, consisting
of A. E. Morse, first mandolin: H. H,
Ashley, second mandolin: H. W. Xu
bauer. mnndola, and J. A. Foote, guitar.
The club hns recently been to heavy
expense In furnishing its handsome
rooms in the Sahm building and ts
enterprise ought to be liheinlly ie
warrjed. An excellent programme his
been arranged, which will warrant tn
WILLIAM CHAPMAN'S DtiATII,
William Cnmpmnn, who 1ms been a
veil known character about town for
many years, died at the county Jail
i'esterday. He was 3fi years old. a
mother, sister. Mrs. C. H. Person, and
a brother. Charles Catnpnian, survive
him, He remarked when last before
the mayor on charge of Intoxication
that he would not live to pay the pen
Sidney K. Evans, of New York city,
called on friends hern yesterday.
Attorney Louis drainer was In
Mrs. W. H. Hubbard, of Wyoming
stl'et. entertained her aunt, Mrs. F.
H, Met2, of Scranton, Wednesday.
Gomer Heese, of l'lttston, Is spend
ing a few days with Harry Lister, of
Professor J. E. Cawiey. of the Scran
ton Huslness college, was In this elty
Cert Treat, of Terrace stieet. is en
tertaining his brother. Stophen.of Clin
lon. Miss Annn Honengrant has return !
fam her Scrnnton visit.
Mrs, K. A. Stoddard and childien, if
LE PnUW OTIilH remedy bolnc In-
-jt-cicu uirocujr to tlio
I Hem or iiioho oiiteaNfM
i of tho Uenlto-l'iiiiat'
"buiik, reuuiren no
cliaiiite of diet. Cnre
I cuaruutecd In 1 to U
J TJ JOUTTBnse. by mall, 8J.OO,
Wm, a, ci.rk, 0'i u'.yiy
316 Pmn. Ave., J?01 Woh'niton Ave. and
lllrkett street, are visiting In Susnuc
liaunii. W. R Klrliy Ih entertaining his sis
tor, Mrs. Edward Hlne, of Hlnghnm
ton. .1. A. Hounds, of Htilltr, Montana,
foinierly of Waymart, Is the guest of
(lerrlt 1. lingers.
Frederick Staple, of Port JervlH,
called (fii Carbondale friends yesterday.
C. F. Hose, chief clerk of the Erie
superintendent's olllce, has accepted
the agency of the Massachusetts
Mutual Life Insurance company, Ills
territory embraces Northeastern Penn
sylvania. Mr. Hose possesses qualities,
peculiar to the business and he will
doubtless be successful.
The postolllce hours for New YoniM
day will be fioni S n. m. to 12 noon.
Lobby open for lock boxes from 3.30 to
4.) p. in. One full delivery by carriers.
No money order or registry buslnesK
John Lynott, who was taken to Dan
ville Monday, dlul yesterdoy. He was
2,1 yonjvt old. His parents, three sis
ters nnd four brothers survive him.
The sale of seats for dolnty Katie
Hooney who appears at the Grand for
two performances on New lours In
"The (Jltl From lrelnnd" was brisk
yesterday. Katie Is a favorite here.
The dlagiam for the famous Hyrne
Urns.' 8 Hells opened nt Heynolds' drug
nlore last evening nt 7.30.
The Hecherche Dancing class socinl
In the Hurke building last evening was
a highly enloynblo affair. The Mozart
orchestta playul In line style and the
decorations were vnrled and artistic.
The order of dancing embraced several
new figures. About eight couples par
ticipated. Frank, son of George Smith, Is suf
feilng nn Injury to his wrist, the re
sult of a dog bite.
Alderman Jones joined In wedlock
Cecelia Thompson anil William Ilnzle
ton. of this city. Wednesday night.
The Epwotth league will conduct a
watch meeting. An lnteicstlng pro
gramme will be carried out during the
The members of Wilson Fire com
pany and their lndy friends will hold
a banquet and social nt tho hose rooms
on Wednesday evening. Jan. 1 .
William Page left yesterday to visit
friends at Franklin, N. J.
The following oillcers of tho Metho
dist Kniscopal Sunday school were
elected last evening for the coming
year: Supeilntendeiit, William T. Hudd:
Hist assistant, William Warne; second
assistant, James Cowans; secietury.
Miss Jessie Hofl'ecker; assistant secre
tary. Hubert C. Lintenr, treasurer,
James Cowans; chorister, D. H. La-
throp; assistant chorister, John Warne;
librarian, A. C. Hendricks; assistant
librarian, Arthur Warne: organist, Miss
Sophie Slmpklns; assistant organist.
Miss Maud Treverton.
Sherldun lodge Knights of Pytlilns,
elected the following oillcers last even
ing for the ensulnir term: Chancellor
commander, Isaac Choeney; senior
vice chancellor, Solomon P. Walters;
master-at-arms. John L. Jones; prelnte,
James Nute; Inside guard, Peter Qulun:
outside guard, .1. H. Hodges; master of
work. William T. Grilllths; trustee,
eighteen months. Dr. T. F. Treverton;
trustee, twelve months, Kdward Nl.
The programme for the Hose com
pany's fair for tills (Fiiday) evening,
under the direction of Miss Jessie L.
Hearns, will be as follows: Music,
selected; recitation, "Hetty and the
Hear," F.dlth Hook: recitation (a). "He
Was There nnd So Wns I," (b), "Our
Hired Girl," Oracle Day: music, "The
Fire Fiend," Hessle Thompson (with
musical accompaniment by May Jen
kins): recitation, "Papa's Letter," Mll--clreil
Shaffer: recitation, "The Minuet,"
Alary Davis (with musical accompani
ment by May Jenkins).
Miss Jesle L. Stearns and the fol
lowing pupils of her elocution class,
Mildred Slialfir, Bessie Thompson,
Grneey Day, and Ola Hogtrs, gave a
recital for the benefit of St. James
Catholic church nt the Father Mathew
hall at Olyphant last fnlnij.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaacs, who has been
for the past week with Mr. anil Mrs.
Henry Chapman, returned to their
home nt Dallas yesterday.
Hlakely oCuncll. Jjunior Order Fnlt
nd American Mechanics, elected the
following olll'-is last Wednesday ev
ening for the coming teim: Coun
cillor, Thomas Wadetnnn. vice-conn-cellor,
Thomas Wnrn.'; recording sec
retary K. A. Lindsay, assistant secre
tary. Arthur Wni'io; treasurer, Miles
I!. Wcidtman; conductor, Walter Walk
r; Insli? guard, Wallle llmpg; outslile
guard, William Scott; chaplain, W. W.
Peck: trustee eighteen months. W. J.
Dik-Miiau. They will be Installed on
Wednesday evening, .limitary 12, and
,i publle installation and an entertain
ment will be given.
The lucait baking contest which
will i na otf at the hos-e boys fair this
evening for another barrel ot Hour
given by Hoberts Ilrotheis. for the lady
1 aklug the best loaf or bread from
Puritan Hour, is causing quite a sen
sation. Councilman James W. Smith won the
fur boa that mis chanced off nt the
fair Inst Wednesday evening, and Wil
liam Hodges the door prize, u silver
This evening will 1i known as Scran
ton nlsrhl at the Wilson fair nnd a
number of lire coiupanes will lie pres
ent. Anion!,' them will be the Nuy
Align ot S.u'autoii. and the Dunmiito
Independents. The 'ntter company
will '!vo a drill exhibition.
Tile Tribune carrlets will be In pos-sei-slnii
of the Tribune Alnmac on New
Year's morning. Price 2.", cents. Show
yur appreciation to your futhful ear
ners by purchasing one.
The choir of the Methodist Kplseo
pal church tendered their leader. Mr
G.'otge Shay, a surprise on Wednesday
evening at his homo on Main street.
A very pleasant lime wns enjoyed by
nil. Singing and games were the
'amusements for the evening. About
eleven o'clock Mr. John Hngllsh an
nounced that the pastor would make
a few remarks. Hev. S. C. Slmpklna,
with woids appropriate for the occas
ion presented Mr. Sharp with a beau
tiful chair, the gift of the choir. Mr.
Mr. Sharp responded with a few well
chosen words after which refresh
menib were served. At midnight all
repaired to their homes wishing Mr.
and Mrs. Sharp a happy and prosper
ous new year. Mr Sharp has served
the M. U:. church In the capacity of
luader of the choir for five years and
hW proven himself a proficient leader,
and endeared himself to th'e people
nnd It their earnest wish that he mav
be spared to serve them In the name
capacity for many yenrs to come.
Those present wore: Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Frenr. of Green Hldge; Mr.
nnd Mrs, John P. Slmpklns, of Hawipy;
Mr. Howard SlmiilUns, of Hnwiey;
Mr. nnd Mrs. John English, of Pcck
vllloi M. nnd Mrs, William Uutltl, of
Peckvllle; Mr. and Mrs. William Freor.
of Peekvlllo; Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin Rlt
granes, of Peckvllto: Mr. nnd Mrs.
George Shuy, of Peckvllle; UeV. anil
Mrs. K. C. Slmpklns, of Peckvllle; Mrs.
Jenne Frenr, of Peckvllle; Mr. Thomns
Llewellyn, of Peckvllle; Mr. Wellanil
Peel:, of Philadelphia: Miss Sophie
Slinpklns. of Peckvllle; Miss Helia
Slmpklns, of Peckvllle; Miss Nellie
Peck, of Peckvllle.
Mrs. William J. Snedlcor Is quite 111
Miss Susie Swingle, of Green Hldge,
Is the guest of Mrs. O. W. Hobcrtfl.
Thomas Walker and Miss Saruh Hull
era will be united In marriage on New
Year's day, at the Hampton Street
Methodist Episcopal parsonage, Hyde
Park, by Hev. F. P. Doty.
Mrs. Horace Menner Is suffering from
Messrs. Hlttenbender nnd Kemmer
er, of Si ronton, the donors of the bicy
cle to the Wilson fair, wero here nt
the fair last evening,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Honhnm, of
Dornnctown. nre at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. O. W. Hoberts.
The fair nnd trr.des display of Wil
son Hose company was well patron
ized again last night and the pro
gramme given deserves speclnl men
tion. Several articles were chanced off
last evening No. 71 drew thp table
scarf, and was held by T. IT. Spangen
burg. The door prize was drawn by
Councilman J. V Smith, ticket 2,'.'24,
a set of knives and an urn.
Smoker Held lly the Kuishts of
I'livlliinH.. Other News ot Interest.
Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
No. CCS', will meet this evening In their
hall on North Main street.
Wednesday evening will long be re
membered bv the members of Taylor
lodge, No. 4C2. Knights of Pythias, of
this town. On that evening the order
celebrated their eighteenth nnnlver
sary at their hall on Main street. After
going through Its business, James K.
Wntklns was elected chairman. He In
nn able manner spoke on the coni
mcmointion of the occasion. He then
called Past Chancellor Commander W.
J. Howells, who gave an address of
the order from Its birth to tho present
time. The following programme wns
then rendered: Solos by George Phil
lips, John Coombs, Isaac Kvans and
solo by Joseph Coombs, selectlun by
Prof. IX K. Jones; comic song, Seth
Gillllths; duet, David Davis and James
E. Watklns; stump speech, T. J. Da
vis. Hefreshments were afterward
William Gordon, who has been sick
for some time at the home of his sis
ter, Mrs. H. J. Daniels, was yesterday
taken to his home in Petersburg.
The chicken supper which will lip
held at the Methodist Episcopal church
tomorrow ufternoon mjd evening prom
ises to eclipse any of Its kind ever held
In this town. It will be hold In the
church rooms. Watch for the bill of
John K. Kvnns. of Main street, Is re
covering from his recent sickness.
This evening the Lackawanna Vnl
ley council. No. St. Jr. O. V. A. M..
will hold a New Year's reception nt
their rooms on Main street. They will
smoke out the old year and welcome
the new. They will have for their
guests the Mooslc council.
The barbers will close their plnces
of business tomorrow at 1 o'clock
Tho family of John Cnrden, of South
Main street, has been sorely aflllciod
during the past few days. Mr. and
Mrs. Cnrden nre both dangerously ill
with pneumonia, and at this wiitlmr
they are hoveling, between life nn I
death. Their daughter, Mary, has also
been very 111 for the past few days
but Is now Imurovlng. Mr. and Mrs.
Cnrden are both respected nnd well
known, and It Is the hope of their many
friends that they will be spared for
Mrs. Anthony Maloney, of Salem
street, Is dangerously ill.
Miss Annie Philbin Is visiting friends
Miss Ella Judge, of Pittston, win
has been visiting Miss Nora Harrett,
of Laurel street, has returned home.
J. A. Foote was in Scrnnton yesl' r
day. The fair of St, Thomas' congregation
continues to attract large crowds and
there is no abatement of Interest in
It. A programme of singular excel
lence has been provided for this nnd
tomorrow tvenlngs and the attendance
will undoubtedly be very large.
From the list of candidates for the
various borough olllces to be filled nt
the February election, which appeared
In Wednesday's Tribune, the name of
John J. Corcoran was unintentionally
omitted. Mr. Corcoran Is named as a
candidate for the office of school di
rector from the First ward. Mr. Cor
coran's friends feel that his candidacy
ns a director In former yeais war
rnnts an election next sprlug nnd they
will make nn effoit to give It to him.
There will be a pigeon match on the
Kust Side grounds tomorrow, begin
ning at 2 o'clock, A reliable bund I -capper
has been engaged for the occa
sion. Mr. W. J. Cramer, fotmerl.v of this
town but now of Longwood, Florida,
recently wrote to the Carbondale Lead
er as follows: "We are raising a bet
ter class of pineapples here than 1 ever
saw In Pennsylvania markets. I was
through u pinery ut our county seat
about two weeks ago that was set In
September. lS'JG, und has the first crop
of fruit on' now. and manv of them
were' 12 to 14 Inches long anil 6 to H In
diameter.' I did not see one cull pine
In the whole field nor one anywhere
near matuie that would weigh less than
six pounds and from that to ten
pounds. It costs about $1C per acre to
fit the ground und set the plants anil
build a shed over them. This year the
first crop was estimated to be worth
$3,r,00, anil the shed and plants were
left for future crops. The pineapple
Industry here In Orange county Is like
ly to surpass the orange crop In Its
best days before the freezes of 1895 and
The local lodge, Ancient Order of
Heptosophs, met on Wednesduy even
ing and elected the following oillcers:
Archon, a. K, Walters; past archon,
Will Hetgan: provost, Peter Spelser:
flnuncler, Hen Morgan; treasurer, Wil
liam Tennis, sr. ; secretary, T. L. Kel-
A GREAT SURPRISE IS IN STORE
for thouo who will go today mi get u pack
iikp of (IKAIN-O, It lakes theplitce ofcotree
nt about V, tint coitt. It Ik n rood drink' lull
of licaltli. und can bo given to tho children its
well us the adult with Brent benefit, it U
made of puro grain und lookn and tnxtea
Ilka the llneit grudes of vjoclm of Javucoiree.
It Katlslle ovaryouo. A cup of drain. u Ih
better for the nyxlein tlmn u tonic, became
Its benefit Is permanent. Whut cott'ee break 8
clown (iniln-O builds up. Auk your grocer
fordltAIN-O. inc. and lino.
INTERESTING EXPERIMENTS WITH
THE NEW STOMACH REMEDY.
Not n Patent .11cdlciuc,hut h Halo Curo
Tor All Form ol Indigestion.
The results of recent Investigation
have established, beyond question, tho
great value of the new preparation for
Indigestion and stomach troubles; It
Is composed of the digestive nclde, pep
sin, bismuth, Golden Seal and similar
stomachics, prepared In the form of
20 fjruln lozenges, pleasant to tho taste,
convenient to enrry when traveling,
harmless to the mosl delicate stomach,
anil probably the safest, most cffcctunl
cure yet discovered for Indigestion,
sour stomach, loss of appetite and
tlesh, nausea, sick headaches, palpltn
tlon of heatt, and the many symptoms
arising from Imperfect digestion of
food They cure because they cnuse
the food to be promptly nnd thorough
ly digested before It has time to sour,
ferment nnd poison the blood and ner
Over six; thousand people In the slate
of Michigan alone In 1S94 were cured of
stomach troubles by Stuart's Dyspep
Full sized packages may be found nt
nil druggists at "Wc, or sent by mnll
on lec'.'lpt of price from Stuart Co..
Marshall, Mich. Send for free book on
lar; Inspector. W. H. Tennis; prelate,
P. Mnloney; trustees. W. J. Hetgan,
Percy Davis and William J. McDer
mott. The Woman's Home Missionary soci
ety met yesterday afternoon nt tho
home of Miss Julia Gill nnd elected the
following ofllcers: President. Mrs. W.
C. Nicholson; first vice-president, Mrs.
M. J. Shields: second vice-president,
Mrs. John Mellon: treasurer, Mrs. John
Graves; corresponding secretary, Mrs.
Hadger; recording secetnry, Mrs. Wlll
Public schools will re-open on Mon
day. Tho Knights of Golden Eagle will
hold a grand entertainment Friday
evening, Jan. 7 when n public Instal
lation will take place.
Election of oillcers will tnke place
at the Sunday school on Jnn. 2.
The pond back of the Novelty Iron
works Is frozen nnd the young people
are enjoying themselves skntlng.
John O'Connor, of Now York, Is
spending the holidays with his parents
on Lincoln street.
The Eagle Hose company will hold a
ball in Elbe's hall this evening. Tick
ets will be sold for fifty cents which
will entitle the holder to a chance on
a bedroom suit or tea set.
M. F. Fadden has been awarded the
contract for the loading of the coal
which was dumped opposite Johnson's
.v ciritr, rou c.vNrrcit.
Alcohol Used lor a New Purpose by
Medical authorities appear to be be
coming convinced of the elllcncy of al
cohol In the treatment of cancer, says
the Indianapolis Journal. It Is used In
hypodermic Injections, mid Its strength
has been gradually increased from a
10 per cent, solution until the pure al
cohol Is often used. The Injections are
repeated after live to seven days. The
cancer cells are destroyed, the growth
gradually becoming smaller, and finally
leaving n hard mass that may be lg
noied or cut out.
A ItOV.VI, LLC I IIICIA.V.
The Prince of X iples Learned
The Prince of Naples Is perhaps the
only real electrician among all the pres
ent Princes of Europe. He Is very
learned in all that concerns the appli
cation of electricity to light, motive
power, sound anil pnotograpny. lie was
one of the first nnd most successful ex
porimenteis with the X rays after their
discovery, and In Home his residence
In the Quliiuul had the aspect, during
his Hoyal Highness' bachelor days, of
a scelntillc laboratory.
FHIDAY, JANUAHY II, 155S.
Hy virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Fa
cias, Levuil Fuclas and Venditioni Fx
ponus, Issued out of tho court of coinmon
pleas of Lackawanna county, to me di
rected. I will expose to public sale by ven
due or outcry, to tho highest and boat
bidder, for cash, at the court house, iu
tho City of Scranton, Luck.iwunn.i coun
ty, on FRIDAY, the FOL'HTF.HNTH
DAY OF JANCAHY. A. D.. UtiS. at 10
o'clock tn the forenoon ot said day. all
the right, tltlo find Interest of the defend
ants hi and to the following described
lots, pleco or parcels ot land, viz.:
No. 1. All tho right, title and interest
of tho defendants, Thomas M. Jones and
ohiry Jones, In i, nil to all of their undi
vided six-eighth (t'-it) Interest In all tlm
cert Jlu lot or piece of land situate )n
tho township of Spring Brook. (Into
Covington), In the County ot Lackawan
na (late Ltizcinei. and State of Penn
sylvania, Known as lot number rorty-llvo
(4j), In tho nllnttment of the llosack
lands, bounded nnd described us follows,
to wit.: Beginning at n Hemlock, tho
southwest corner of the premises hereby
granted, It being ulso the southeast cor
ner of lot number forty-four (11); thenco
by the east line of Mild lot last men
tioned, and of lot number thlrty-throo
(33). north ono hundred und seventy-four
(174) perches to a stono heap, the south
west corner of C. Phillips' lot; thence by
his south lino cast ninety-two (i2) perch
es to a stone heap; thenco south one hun
dred nnd seventy-four (171) perches to n
hemlock on tho noith line of lot num
ber forty-seven (47); thence by said lust
mentioned line west ninety-two (fi!) pel di
es to the place of beginning.
Containing one hundred (100) acres and
eight (S) perches, be the same moro or
Excepting and reserving therefrom,
however, all that certain lot or piece of
land, bounded und described as follows:
The western half (!) of lot number
forty-live (45) In tho allotments of the
llosack lands, beginning ut a hemlock,
the southwest corner of thn picmlses
hereby described, It being also the south
east corner of lot number forty-four (41);
thenco by tho cast lino of said last men
tioned lot and lot number thlrty-threo
(31). north one hundred and ueventy-four
(171) perches to a stone heap, the south
west corner of C. Phillips' lot; thonco by
his south line east forty-six (4(J) perches
to a post; thenco south ono hundred and
seventy -four (171) perches to a post on
tho north line of lot number forty-seven:
thenco by said Inst mentioned Hue, west
forty-six (4C) perches to the place of be
ginning. Containing fifty (CO) acres and four (4)
porches of land, be the sumo moru or
Being the one-hnlf (V4) part of tho lunrt
first above described. Tho promises here
by Intended to bo conveyed being tho
pumo which wero conveyed to Mary
Jones, one of the defendants, by deod
bearing date the 14th day of March, IMC.
nnd recorded In the office fur recording of
deeds hi and for the County of Luclta-
wnnnn, In DccM Hook No. iX pago .inn.
All Improved with a ono und one-half
dm story frnmo dwelling house, and n
barn, nnd other out-bullillngs thereon;
nlso with nn orchard, other fruit trees
Seized nnd tnken In execution nt tha
stilt of William It. Thomas vs. Thom.is
M. Jones nnd Mary Jones. Debt, K'-.W.
Judgment No. 419, January Term, J80S.
Fl. fa to January Term. UOS.
c it. piTcnun, Atfy.
No. 2. All tho right, tltlo and Interest
of the defendant, Catharine. Kllpntrlck,
In nnd to nil that certain piece of land
situate on tho southwesterly side of
Larch street (formerly known as Mnplo
street or Mnplo avenue) In tho Thirteenth
ward ot the City of Scrnnton, County of
Lackawanna. Stnto of I'ennslanlii, be
ing 40 feet In front on suld Larch street,
the same In rear, and externum; nt riuht
angles to said street an average depth of
tiDoui i;u',a rcct to uio imc oi innus or tno
i.acKnwanna iron ami coal company, i ic
ing the rear parts of lots No. C, 8 und 7
on Washington avenuo In square or block
No. R09, according to tho map of Wnlsh
H Hoban's Addition to tho City of Scran
ton. All Improved with a largo two story
frnmo dwelling hotiso anil outbuildings.
Seized nnd tnken In execution nt tho
suit of Pennsylvania Savings Fund and
Loan association vs. Cnthurlno Kllpat
lick. Debt, $2.7T0.r,:,. Judgment No. SIC,
May Term, 1SU7. Fl fa. to January Term,
im. D. W. HHOWN, Atfy.
Nn. 3. All the right, tltlo nnd Interest
of tho defendant, Edward O'Keefe, In and
to nil the surfneo or right of soil of all
that certain lot. piece or parcel of land
situate In tho Township ot Fell. County
of Lacknwanna und State of Pennsylva
nia, and bounded and described as fol
lows: Containing a front of fifty feet
northwestward on Mntn street, bounded
northeastward nt right angles to said
street ono hundred and lltty feet by lot
No. 70 on said street; southeastward par
nllel with said street fifty feet by an nl-
ii.v, nun ci'uunM'Mniuii ol iiKiu ininiun
to Main street ono Hundred and forty-live,
! feet by lot No. T4 on said street, Com
prising lot No. 72 on Main street as tho
same Is represented and designated on a
map of building lets on lands of the
rsortuern uiiui mm iron company on n
tract of land In th- warrantee name of
Patrick Gray In said Township ot Fell.
Heing the same premises conveyed to Kd
ward O'Keofe by the Northern Coal and
Iron company by deed dated Mny ittlt,
lbi'.'l, duly recorded. Coal and minerals
reyened ns by reference to last-mentioned
deed will fully appear.
All Improved with a two story double
house with stone basement, barn, out
bouse, and other outbuildings thereon.
Sflsril and token In execution at tho
suit of Henry Hox vs. Kdward O'Keefc.
Debt. $773.!i:i. Judgment No. BJi. Jurimry
Term, IsM. Fl. fa. to Jnnuaty Term, iV.'b.
II. C UCTLEH, Atfy.
No. I. All the right, title und Interest
of Mary Lucy Mary Savanah nnd Henry
Savanah, thy defendants In and to the
iollowing described lots of land situate
In tho City of Scranton In tho County of
Lackir.vani'a, Pa., vl!..:
The first being lot number fourteen (II)
In square or block number thlriy-slx (30)
and situate upon Maplu street upon the
town plot of Scranton; said lot Is forty
(40) feet In width In front, forty (10) feut
In rear and one hundred and fifty (150)
feet in depth. All Improved with a two
story frame dwelling houso and other out
The second theieof being lot number
twonu-four (21). block thirty-six (:W) and
situate upon street called and named
Vule street (now Irving avenue) upon the
town plot of the City ol Scranton, said
lot Is forty (401 feet In front, same width
In rear and ono hmldred and torty (110)
feet In depth.
Seized and taken In execution at tho
suit of Now Schiller Building and Loon
association vs. Alary Lucy Mory Savanah
nnd Henry Savanah. Debt, :i2i'. Judg
ment No. CSS January Term, 1SUS. Fl la.
to January Term, litis. STOKES, Atfy.
No. J. All the right, title and interest
of the defendants, Peter Foy und Hnbcrt
J. Murray adminlstiutois c. t. a., d. b. i.,
of Sarah Foy. deceased, in and to all
that certain lot. piece or parcel ot lr.nd
situate In the City of Scranton, County of
Lackawanna and state of Pennsylvania,
bounded nnd described as lollows: Be
as lollows. Be-
i ii .i'. ill
d Hand s addl-
ing lot number cigmy-six
llmnotoii street In Alfroi
tlon to Pa i Is IIUI. said clO. measuring in
fluiu and ruir llfty-Ihe tjj) feet and one
hundred and thlrty-tince ii;;j) leel deep.
Coal and other minerals reserved. Being
tho some lot of laud eunvcyed by
Matthias linershielt ex, ux., to Sarah
Foy by deed doted July 2sth. 1SS1, and
recorded In Lackawanna county In Deed
Hook No. 23, page Wi7. etc.
All Improved with a two story frnmo
dwelling and outhouses thereon. Seized
and taken In execution at the suit of Da
jim'my administrators c. t,
vid J. Heeiiy vs. l'eter Foy and Kobort J.
Mm ray administrators c. t. a., d. b. u.,
of Sarah Foy. cV-ccnsed. Debt. SJ27.01.
Jmlgin-nt No. 21, March Term, lb07. Lev.
fa. to January Term, lv.e.
DAVID J. HEKDY, Atfy.
No. ti. All the right, tltlo und Interest
of Joseph H. Lewis In and to tho fol
lowing described pleco or parcel of land
situate In the Fifteenth wnid of the City
ot Scranton In the County of Lackawanna
and Slate of Pennsylvania, bounded and
ilchciliicit ns loiiows, to wit:
Being lot number thirty (30) in Alfred
Hand's Plot of Lois ut Park Hill. In said
city, bounded northerly by all alley,
southerly by South l'ynon street, east
eily bv land of one Arnold and wehterly
by land of one Barrett. Said lot being
fifty On feet In trout on South Dynon
street, tho same In rear and ono hundred
and thirty-three (133) feet In depth.
Improved with a single two story frnmo
dwelling house, with basemen; a two
story triune double dwelling houso und
Seized und taken in execution at the
suit of John H. Williams vs. Joseph It,
Lewis. Debt, $2,100. Judgment No, Cbj,
January Term, isov. fi fa. to January
Term. 1MS. D. J. DAVIS. Atfy.
No. 7. All the right, title nnd Interest
of the defendants. M. J. Scbenck and J.
M. Scbenck In and to nil that certain lot
piece or parcel of land sltunto In tha
Uorougli of Olyphant. In the County ot
Lackawanna. Pa., bounded and described
us follows, viz.: Being lot number eleven
(11) on Hudson street; bounded In front,
southeasterly by raid Hudson street,
southwesterly by lot number ten on said
street, northwesterly by lot number twenty-two
on Delaware struct and north east
erly by lot number twelve, said lot num
ber eleven Is sixty o0) feet In front, tamo
width In rear, and one hundred and fifty
(1.10) feet In dentb. more or less, and is the
lot convoyed by Theodore Sluitto and wifn
to M. J. Scbenck aforesaid by deed dated
Hth July, 1S9I; recorded In Deed Book Hi,
page aty. etc.
All Improved with n two story frnmo
dwelling house, u one story building, two
barns and other outbuildings thereon.
Seized and taken In execution at tha
suit of Now Schiller Building nnd Loan
association vs, John M. Scbenck and M.
J. Scheuck. Debt. $2oi). Judgment No. 4S1,
May Term, 1SK. Fl. fa. to January Term,
:m. STOKHS. Atfy.
No. s. All the light, title and interest of
tho defendant. M. II. Tiivcloy, In and to
the following described pieces or parcels
of land sltunto lying and being In the
township of Hansom In the county of
Lackawanna and stato of Pennsylvania,
described as follows, viz.:
Tho first theieof bounded nnd described
us follows: Beginning nt a corner In the
lino of Jacob Ace, thenco south 70 de
grees enst 1C2 8-10 perches to a post cor
ner, between the lands formerly of Oeorge
W. Trivoluy and tho heirs of John
Michael bit 2-10 perches to a post corner,
thence along the division lino uforcsald
north 20 degrees eHt 2S b-10 perches to a
post corner, thenco along bald division
lino north ,2 degrees oust 47 i-10 perches
to a post corner, tlienco along the lino
of Crouse, north 20 degrees eust 100 !-10
perches to the place of beginning, con
taining seventy-four acres und forty-four
Tho second piece, bounded and described
ns follows: Beginning at a point In Hue
of Joseph Krnuss and Oeorgo M. Trlv
ley, thenco north 72 degrees east 93
perches to a corner; thonce 20 dogroes
wost 2S 8-10 perches to a corner; thenco
south 70 degrees east 9 S-10 perches to a
corner; thenco south 20 degrees west
20 C-10 porches to a corner; thenco north
70 degrees west M 4-10 porches to a cor
ner In lino of lands of Joseph Krauss
und thonco along said lino north 20 de
grees euBt 1 8-10 perches to the placo
of befclnnlng. Containing fifteen ucres
and 152 perches, being tho land conveyed
by Oeorgo M. Trlvley and wife to M. 11.
Trlvloy by deed dutcd February 0th, 1S72,
recorded In Luzerne County Deed Hook
150, pago 77, etp. nnd by assignment rec
orded In suld county in Deed Hook 70,
pago 620, etc.
All Improved with n two story frame
dwelling house, threo barns nnd other
out buildings thereon. This Is n well-Improved
farm with a largo orchard nnd
many other fruit trees.
Seized and taken In execution nt tho
suit ot New Schiller Building and Loan
association vs. M. II. Trlvley. Debt,
$1,870. Judgment No. B9!i, January Term,
1S93. Fi fa. to January Term. 1SUS.
No. D. All tho right, tltlo nnd Interest
of the defendant, Kit Swartz, In nnd to till
that certain lot, pleco or parcel of land
situate, lying and being In the township
of Madison, County of Lnckawanna and
Btoto of Pennsylvania, bounded and do
scribed ns follows, to wit:
Beginning at n stone heap, 20 feet west
of tho western corner of tho foundation
of old blacksmith shop on road leading
from Moscow to Holllstervlllo; thonco
south II 1-0 degrees cast 1.U70 feel along
line of William Yeager, to a stone pllo on i
lino of Potter cstnte; thonco north w
degrees east 1.05'J feet along line of said
Potter estate to a stono pllo under burb
wlro fence; thonco north HU degrees west
1.09S feet ulong lines ot H. F. Krotzer nnd
II. II. Yeager to end of a stcno wall;
thence north 421i degrees east 150 feet
along line of snld Yeager to comer of
stono wall; thonco north 451 degrees
west 271 feet ulong line of II, II. Venger
to center of said road; thence along cen
ter of said road leading to Moscow sta
tion In a southerly direction with Its va
rious courses and distances about I.1D0
feet; thonco south J0"ii degrees west i2
feut to tho place, of beginning. Contain
ing thirty and one-half (SO'sj acres, bo tho
same more or less.
ALSO. All Hint certain lot, plccn and
parcel of land sltunto In said Madison
Township, County nnd Stato aforesaid,
bounded and described ns follows, viz.:
Beginning at a corner and land of Gabriel
Swartz; thence south fifty degrees east
thirty-live perches to a stone coiner In
a creek: thenco south forty degrees west
ono hundred and thirty-seven percnes to
a post corner; thenco north fifty degrees ,
west thlrty-Ilvo perches to n post and i
niouuB ivuil-l llliu IOOU Oi no; p,nu vt.-
brlel Swartz; thence by said land, north
forty degrees east one hundred and thirty-seven
perches to tho placo of begin
ning. Containing twenty-nine acres and
one hundred and fifteen perches of land,
be the same n ore or less.
ALSO, All the following described lot of
land In Lackawanna County, Pennsylva
nia, being lot No. three (3) 111 square or
block No. eight (S), and situated upon
street called nnd named Sherwood ave
nue, upon the plot of suld property,
"Parker and Throop ullotmont of Sher
wood Farm" Intended to be duly recorded,
said lot being ono hundred nnd sixteen
(110) feet in front, and two hundred und
twenty-live (22i) feet In depth, coal and
Seized and taken In cxecu'.on nt 'tho
suit of Caroline Schmidt vs. HII Swnrtz.
Debt, J2.000. Judgment No. C'Jl. January
Term, ISPS. Fl. tn. to January Term. 'SOS.
STHRDTHH & LOWHY, Att'ys.
No, 10. All the right, title and Interest
of the defendant, Hannah Evans, In und
to tho following described lot of land sit
uate In tho Village of Lawrence, Town
ship of Old Forge. County of Lackawan
na, Stato of Pennsylvania, bounded and
described as follows: eBing lot number
two (2) In square or block number eleven
(H situate on tho southeastorlj corner
of the Intersection of Drake and Center
streets, fronting forty (40) feet on Drako
street and extending back of even width
In n southwesterly direction along Center
street one hundred and forty-two (112)
fet to a sixteen (10) foot alley. Improved
with ono two story frumo dwelling houso
und out buildings.
Seized und taken In execution at the
suit of tho Pennsylvania Savings Fund
und Loan association vs. Hannah Kvans,
Debt, 53.17.S7. Judgment No. 701. January
Term. lblS. Fl. fa. to January Term, IS'JS.
D. W. BKOWN, Atfy.
No. 11. All tho right, title and Interest
ot tho defendant, Hopkln Williams, In and
to all that certain lot, piece or parcel of
land situate In Lackawanna Township
(now City of Scranton). County of Lp.ck
nwnniiu and Stnto of Pennsylvania, de
scribed as lot number ono hundred nnd
four (101) on plot number one of lands
of tho Delaware, Lackawanna nnd West
ern Hnjii-o-m company at Bellevt
tenu(l to i,0 miIv registered and re
und being situato nt tho southerly
of Tj,oad (now called Bellevue
ern Hallroad company nt Bellevue, In-
nnd Cherry street (now called Avenuo C),
and being rectangular In shape and meas
uring forty-six (10) feet nnd eight (8)
Inches In front on snld Bellovuo street
and one hundred nnd ten (110) feet on bald
Avenuo C In depth. Being the same prom
ises conveyed to said Hopkln Williams by
Thomas Kilns nnd wife by deed dated
February 12, U92, and recorded In tho of
fice for recording deed, etc , In and for
said County in Deed Book No. S7, page
302, etc. Coal and minerals excepted and
reserved. All Improved with a single two
story frame dwelling house nnd outbuild
ings. Seized nnd tnken In execution nt the
suit of William It. Lewis vs. Hopkln
AVIlllnms. Debt, $100. Judgment No. 15S,
May Term, 1S!)3. Allns 11. fa. to January
Term. 1S3S. TAYLOH & LEWIS. Att'ys.
No. 12 All tho right, title and lntcrot
of the defendant. Dennis Nenrey and
n'linmna"Vnfirv. In nnd tn nit thn fnlinwln:?
' .lftc,t.Oa.l Int nml Tirn..1 of Inml cltontM
King and being In the Third wnrd of tho
City of Scranton, County of Lackawanna
nnd State of Pennsylvania, and being ono
half of lot number seventy i"0) In block
number seventeen (17), being about four
rods In width nnd about sixteen (10) rods
In depth, according to a plan and map en
titled "Parker and Throop's Addition to
Scrnnton." situate on AVnles streot and
lying between a lot of James Neary on
tho north nnd westerly side und a lot of
Anthony Cafferty on tho southeasterly
side. Being the same lot of Innd con
vowl to James J. Nenrv nnd Sarah Neary,
his wife, to Dennis Neary and Thomas
Neary by Deed dated tho 22d day of Oc
tober. Its7. Coal and minerals reserved.
Improved with n two-story frame dwell
ing house and outbuildings thereon.
Seized nnd tnken In execution at tho
and Thomas Neary. Debt, $772.52. Judg
ment No. 69.1. January Term, ISOs. Fl. fa.
to January Term. 1S9S.
HULSLANDEH & ALSWOUTH, Atty's.
TERMS OF SALE.
FIFTY DOLLARS CASH WHEN PRO
PERTV IS STRUCK OFF AND BALANCE
IN CASH IMMEDIATELY AFTER SALE
IS CONCLUDED. WHEN SOLD FOR
COSTS, COSTS MUST BE PAID
WHEN STRUCK OFF.
ALL PROPERTIES ON WHICH ABOVE
TERMS HAVE NOT BEEN COMPLIED
WITH WILL BE RESOLD BEFORE AD
JOURNMENT. FRANK H. CLEMONS, Sheriff.
Sheriff's olllce, Scranton, Pa.. Dec. f3,
Delaware and Hudson.
On Monday. July 5, trains will leave
Bcranton as follows.
For I'uiboiidalc 0.20, 7.55, S.55, 10,15 a.
111.; 12.00 noon; 1.21. 2.20 3.32. 5.23. 0.23, 7.57,
9.15. 10.13 p. ni.; 12.10 a. in.
For Alban. Saratoga. Montreal, Bos
ton, New England points, etc., 0.20 u. III.,
2.20 p. in.
For llonesdule i.20, S.55, 10.15 a. in.;
12.00 noon; 2.20, 5.25 p. in.
For Wllkes-Burio-C.I5. 7.50. b.41. 9.3S.
10.43 u. in.. 12.03, 1.25, 2.2$, 3.33. 4.41. li.OO. 7.50.
9.50. 11.30 p. in.
For New York, Philadelphia, etc, via
Lehigh Valley H. It.. .45, 7.50 it. m 12.U5,
1.25, 4.41 p. m. (with Black Diamond Ex
press! 11.30 p. m.
For Pennsylvania H. It. points B. 13. 9.3S,
u. 111.: 2.2S. 4.11 p. in.
For western points via Lehigh Valley
H. H 7.50 n. in., 12.03. 3.33 (with Bluck
Diamond Express), 9.50, 11.) p. in.
Trulns will arrive ut Scranton ns fol
lows: From Curbondule and the north ti. 10,
7.45, S.40, 9.31. 10.40 II. 111., 12.00 noon; 1.20.
2.21. 3.25. 4.S7. 3.43, 7.45. 8.45, 11.23 p. m.
Final Wllkes-Hnrie and the South (MS.
7.50, 11,50. 10,10, 11.53 u, til.; 1.10, 2.H, 3.4S,
5.20, 0.21, 7.53, 9.05. 9.45 p. pi.; 12.05 a. in.
Complete Information regarding rates
to all points In the Fiiited States and
Canada may be obtained at tho ticket of
fice In the depot
Special attention given to Western and
Southern resort business.
J. W. IH'RDll'K. O. P. A., Albany. N. Y
11. W. CHOSS, D, P. A,. Scranton, li.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
Schedule (n litfect'Nor. a8, -t97. '
Trains Lonvo Wllkos-Darro us Fol
lows: 7.30 a, m week days, for Sunbury
HarrlsburR, Philadelphia, Balll
moro, WnshltiRton, and for Pitts
burp nnd tho West.
10.15 a. tn., week days, for Hazlolon,
Potlsvllle, Reading, Norrlstown,
and Philadelphia and for Sun.
bury, Harrlsburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington arid Pitts
burp; and tho West.
3.12 p. m , dally, forSunbury, Harris
burp. Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington, and Pittsburc and
G.00 p. m. , weok days, for Hazloton
J. R. WOOD, (len'l Pass. Agent.
J, It. HUTCHINSON, Ocnernl AWiiager.
Lehigh Valley Rullroiul System
Anthracite Coal Used. Ensuring Clcanll
nubs und Comfort.
IN EFFECT NOV. It. 1V7.
TIIAINS LEAVE SCHANTON.
For Philadelphia nnd Now York vl.i D.
&. II. H. 11. ut 0.15. 7.50 u. in., nnd 12.o:, L25,
2.2S, 4.11 (Ulnck Diamond Express) and
11.30 p. m.
For Plttstou and WUUes-Hurre vlu D.
L. A: W. 11. It.. r,.O0, VIM. 11.10 u. ril., 1.55
3Xi, COO p. tn.
For White Haven, Hazleton, Pottsvlte,
and principal pnlntii In the coal regions
via D. & II. H. H., 11.43, 7.r,0 n. m 12.0T,, 2.23
und 4.11 p. in.
For Bethlehem, Huston. Heading, Har
rlsburg and principal intermediate sta
tions vln D. fe II. H. It., (J.4.1. 7.u0 n. ni.,
12.0.1. 1.2.V " 1.11 i 111,,. ! 1iii,i,ui,i l.'v.
press), 11,30 p. m.
For Tunkhannoek. Towunda, Klmlra,
Ithaca, (Jenovn. mid principal Interinedl-
aie sui lions via U. It. At w . 11. 11.. fi.uo.
E.us n. m.. HMo and 3.3:. n. in.
For Geneva. Hochester. Buffalo. Niag
ara Falls, Chicago and all points west via
D. & II. 11. It.. 12.0.1. 3.3.1 (Black Diamond
Express), Ii.iO and 11.30 p. m.
Pullman parlor nnd sleeping or Lehigh
alley parlor cars on all trains between
Wllkes-llarre and New York, Philadel
phia, Bulfalo and Suspension Bridge.
HOLLIN 11. Wll.Bl'H, Gen. Supt.
CI IAS. S. LEE, (Jen. Pass. Agt., Phll.l.,
A. W. NONNEAIACIIEH. Asst. Oen.
Pass. Agt.. Philadelphia. Pu.
Scranton olllce, 301) Lackawanna avenue.
Del.. Lttcktt. and Western.
Effect Monday. Nov. 21, lk97.
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Ex
press for New York and all points East,
1.40, 3.00, i.15, S.no and lO.ui a. m.; 12.53 und
3.33 p. m.
Express for Huston. Trenton. Philadel
phia and the South. G.li, S.00 and 10.20 a.
m.. 12.51 und 3.33 p. m.
Washington and way stations. 3.11 p. m.
Tobyhanna accommodation, 6.10 p. m.
Express for Blnghnmton. Oswego, El
mlru, Corning Bath, Dansvlllo, ilount
Morris and Buffalo, 12.10. 2.3.1. 0.00 a. m
and 1.53 p. in,, making close connections
ut Buffalo to all points In the West,
Northwest und Southwest.
Hiugliamton nnd way stations, 1.01 p. m.
Nicholson accommodation, 5.13 p. m.
Blnghamton nnd Klmlra express, 5.55
Express for I'tlca and Hlchtleld Springs
2.3.1 a. m. und 1.5.1 p. m.
Ithaca. 2.3.1. 0.00 a. in., and 1.53 p. m.
For Northumberland, l'lttston. Wllkes
llarre, Plymouth, Bloomsburg und Dan
ville, making coe connection at North
umberand for Willlamsport, IlarrlsbutK,
Baltimore, Washington und tho South.
Northumberland and Intermediate sta
tions, li.Oi), 10.0,1 n. m., and 1.55 and li.Oo p.
Nuntlcoke and Intermediate stalons.
S.0S and 11.10 a. m. Plymouth and Inter
mediate stations, 3.3,1 and S.50 p. in. For
Kingston. 12.43 p. in.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coacnes on
all express trains.
For detailed Information, pocket time
tables, etc.. apply to M. L. Smith. Dis
trict Passenger Agent, depot, ticket of
fice. Central Kailroad of New Jersey
(Lehigh nnd Susuehanna Division.)
Stutlons lu New Voik Foot of Liberty
street, N. It., nnd Whitehall Terminal.
Anthracite coal used exclusively, li, Mir
ing cleanliness and comfort.
TIME TABLE IN EFFECT NOV. 11. lt!)7.
Trains leave Scranton for Pltu.tnn,
Wllkes-Barre, etc.. nt 8.20. 9.13, 11,30 a in.,
12.43. 2.00, 3.03. 5,0o, 7.10 p. in. Sundays, 9.00,
n. m 1.00, 2.13. 7.10 p. m.
For Lakewood and Atlantic City. S.20
For Now York. Newark and Elizabeth,
S.20 (express) a. m., 12.4.1 (express with
Buffet parlor car), 3.U3 (express) p. in,
Sundny. 2.15 p. in. Train leaving 12.45 p.
in. arrives nt Philadelphia, Reading Ter
minal, 3.19 p. m. and New ork b.Oo p. in.
For Mauiifh Chunk, Allentown. Bethle
hem, Haston and Philadelphia, S.20 a. ni.,
12.45. 3.03. .1.00 (except Philadelphia) p. 111.
Sunday. 2.15 p. m.
For Baltimore and Washington uiid
points South and West via V. hKh,eni,
8.20 n. m.. 12.43 p. m. Sundays, 2.13 p. m.
For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc., ot
S.20 a. in. und 12.4.1 p. m.
For Heading. Lebanon nnd Hnrrlsburg.
via Allentown, 8.20 a. m., 12.45. 5.00 p. ni.
Sunday. 2.15 p. in.
For Pottsvlle, 8.20 n. m., 12.43 p. in.
Returning leave New Ynik. foot of Lib
erty street. North River, at 9.10 (express)
a. m., 1.10. 1.30. 1. 15 (express with Buffet
parlor car) p. m. Stindav. 4.30 a. m.
Leave New York, foot Whitehall street,
South Ferry, at 9.0s a. in.. 1.0). 1.2.1. J .1.1
p. m. Passengers arriving or departing
from this terminal can connect under
cover with nil the elevated rnllruuiR
Broadway cable ears, und (effi's '
Brooklyn anil Sl.iten Islund. making
Illicit transfer to and from Grand Central
Depot and Long Island Rullrond.
Leave Philadelphia. Heading Terminal.
9.oo u. m.. 2.00 and 1.20 p. in. Sunday. ti.2S
Through tickets to nil points at lowest
rate may be had on application lu ad
vance to the ticket agent nt the station
H. P. BALDWIN
Gen. Pass. Agt
J. II. OLllAI'SEN. Gen. Supt. ,.
Hric and Wyoming Valley.
In effect Sept. 19. lAIT. '
Trains leave Scrnnton for New V,, k
und Intermediate points on Ere r.i'lrn,, I
also for llawiey and local points at , 'ij
u. in. and 2.2.1 !. m.
Arrive at Siruiton from ,iboe polo's
nt 10.23 a. in.. 3.13 and 9..i p. in.
Ill Effect I) umber l'Jtli, ISIir.
Xorlh Hound. Boulli Hound.
&J Stations -i
ga,(Traln3l)ally. Ux- &
in I cept Mtnaiiy.) ' lg a
P iiAirivc Leave. i mi
7 i!5!N. Y. Franklin St. .... 7 )....
7ioWctt 4ttid btreet .... 7ft5. ,
700 Vt'eeuawken .... 810'....
p M'Arrlve beavel i- mi
1 ia; 7aaTiii .... I 3u
iov Hancock .... un ....
"I ....1288! StarlllUt .... 322,....
-U6 l'reiton Park .... 23p..,.
12401 Wlnwona .... iMlj....
laasl royntelie .... 2Ml...,
.... ...12 III 011.311 .... 2.W ....
1203, rieisaut Mt. ..., 3C6 ....
11139 Unlondale .... 309 ....
1149 Forest City .... 3 19 ....
113t earbandale .... 3i ....
MPiO: White Ililde .... I3SS ...
IM211 NaytleM ....1843,....
,112,1 Jermyn .... 4S . ..
I118i Arclitbald .... ssi ....
Ill 151 Winton .... 854 . ..
'll lb Peckvllle .... 859 . .
,11 tC, olvphant .... 4 04 ....
i103 I'rlcuburg ... 40: ....
Ill 01 Ihroop .... 410 . .
liov I'rovlileuce ... H . ,.
fl(W, Park Piaco .... HIT ..
11055 Kcranton. ..... -420 ..
i u Leave ArrlTo Ir ul '
All train run dnllr excent suuJav.
t. fiUnltlesjIiat tratns stop on signal for his.
hecura rates via Ontario Westarn before
Rurchasingtlekctsnnd save inouey. ;Day and
ItfUt KiprcsstotUe West
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