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THE SQ11ANTON T1UBUNE-MONDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1002.
I'Olt TUB MliNMTr Oil' TIKIS!'! WHO UAYK
MOT TI'STHD Till) VIUTUK8 01''
nnd me unfamiliar vltli Its mult, uiimigrmtnls '"" HjinHrSifi.iiv'Aill
rlio'pniniT'i'irix nf HAMt'liP. r.OTTLUS. fiom the eliug mores 01 tnu uis. '
Po'WiVmlA ft u l-n'V HOTwV: iirid"onlnco omMolf or the wondolful ftWo
of this gicitt cmc for
nnd the ot'.cr conditions for width It Is loconinienilcd, mid lor which It has bean
IIS0(1 Willi SUC I HUCCPXS 111 CI1IS lOCIIIICJ
SiVmples iH'ii at tho following iIhik stoics;
S. 11. Jleliwood A: Co, Matthews Bios.
Special to tno Scrnnton Tilbune
Tunkhnnnock, Dec 7.-Tho Monday
i luh will meet at the home of His.
Hunniol Ujsenbai.li, on Putnam street,
this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Mis. Thomas Hovco and daughter,
Miss Theiesa, of AVuverly, X. Y who
Have been lsltlng tit the home of Mr.
ami Mi1-, Patilck Boyce, on Pine stiect,
lpturned home Sunday,
fi.oigo PlillllPbon, who has been a
undent ol Carbonrlale for tome time
nasi, letuined to this Plate tin la ad
mit of the week. Mi. Philllpsnn bus
Milfeied for a long time fiom blood
poisoning, caused by an injiity to h s
toot, and Is Mill in ei' feeble londl-
Ml. and Mi'.. J. AV. Fiutt aie visiting
lilrwis. In New Yolk and Philadelphia.
Mis. Augusta Sicklti spent Sunday
as the guest of her Mbtei, Mrs Joseph
Jlouck. at West Plttstnii
P. IJ. .Tenningb has enluiged his
bakery and contectioneiy stoio b
occupying tli moms lecentlj vacated
by Lewis & Vosc.
P.lih ud II. Monevpennv his l canned
fiom a vMt to l dative in New Yoik
The annual tp.icheis' Institute lor
AVyoitilng emmtv will be In session at
the eouit houe todav.
lames Michael, of Piospect hill, had
Ihu nilsioiliine to lose a valuable team
lioi.su on Pilda.
Mis.. Gunge Shlnnei, who has been
undei going titatment at a hospital in
Philadelphia, letuined home on Satur
iljv, much impioved in health
Allot ni'V Anehovv X. AVitlkcv. of
Scianton, was heie on business, Fiid.iy
and Satin d.iv .
Miss Philona Avciv Is now eniplojed
it Mi.s, A 15 Beck's tancv btoie on
Tioga si l of I
A paity of Ued Men tool, advantage
ol the sleighing to dilve down the lher
to the home ot Jabe. Mlllei, on Satin -ilaj
evening, wheie tliev enjened an
Special to the Scianton Tilbunis
Montic-e. Dec. 7 The hlelghlng heie
is excellent. Mho snow is about foni
leen lnih0b deep
Mi. and Mis D 11 Lathi op lecently
vibited thrir son, Di. "Walter Latin op,
A boa' d of tiarto is lulus' talked nt
foi Monti oo.
Mis;, Jennie Urodhead leitntlv spent
a week at the home ot hei uncle, AV. J.
Jiiodheatl, of 151k lake.
S D. AVanIti'i, supeiiitttndcnt or ths
Lehigh A'alley Coal company, has pur
chased the Malfoul laim, bevond Jones'
lake, for SG.OiiO The faun coinpiists
about 200 acics, and the buildings aie
in good condition.
Alibs Lillian Ch iinbdlalu leiontly
islted her paients at Uiokljn.
Klbeit Tlll'auv, ol Ilallstead. lsited
his? mother, M'fr. Anne Tiffajn, last
At a business meetiiiR of the Chiis
tlan Endeioi s-ocictv ol the Pie.sbj
teiian chuich, the lollowingr oillceis
woie elciicd: Piesldent, William O.
.loi dan; lco-piesidont, Mis. John cl.
AVilfcon, s-ecietaiv. Mis, CI. Aitlnu
Sprout; tieabuiei-, Ilouy 1Z Cooley.
.Mr. auu .mis. .i-cier j. iiaoaivci aie
ocrupyins' the Comstotk house on Lake
avenue, until the liHiun of that i.iinlly
in the HinhiR.
Chailcs A'an Rcnsselucr has ltiuimd
fiom Newaik, X. J and icsumed hlb
foimei position with .1. J. Uyau iS. i'o.
Special to tho Scianton Tilbune
W'lmmem, Dee. 7. C. l:. AVoodi uft's
bain was burned Thuisdny iilght, de-f-tioylne
one spnn of mules, tlncu
lioises. All tho contents of tho bam
weie lost. Tlieie was no insuiance,
A horse by tho name of Colonel es.
raped to the mountain after bienklnpr
loose f i oni his stall and leturiied al
most lneutliless after the bain was
bumed. The ilio was dlscooied by
people attending a birthday paity at
John Cramers, of Mt, Cobb.
AVo aie glad to say that Klbeit :.
Pionson, ot the Danville asylum, is
Uert A'anKorder Is Ihlne1 on the faun
with Ills mother &ince his fathers
AVIlllam J, Eniciy Is eiiKnsed In New
A'oik city as a. cleik. Ills family me
nt South Canaan,
Mr. Cair, successor to Mi, Enu'iy, Is
dolus quite u rushlntr huslnebij heie.
Bpeelal to tlio Rciantou Tribuno
Nieholsor, Dec, 7, Mih. D, V. PUIih
spent Thursdny in Sciantpn,
Dr. u. C, Decker Is eiftuitalnlnsr his
mother, fioin lills.
The pioceeds fioip tho "Odds and
Ends'1 sale which the loilleo of tho
Methodist Episcopal church lielrt )n tho
The Ohildien's Frtvoiite,
One of the greate&t illfllciiltlPi en
counteied when chlldten aie 111, Is thu
obJectlorL they have to taking mtdli Ine,
The remedy must bo pleasant or the
patience of tho patent Is exhausted bo
fore It Is Kuccessfully ndmlulsteied.
Mr. a, a. Wiener, of Sjulnpr Cjiove,
Pa., oticomcs this aunoyniuo by us.
Iiifj ChuinbeiUln's Cough Upnicdy, Ho
pays his .little boy nhwiyi, auks for It
whenever lie catches old. TIiIh icin
edy has become the chlldien's ftnoilte,
as it Is pleasant to take mid It always
cities and cuics quickly. Tor sale by
-,.,,,. ,. 1l,.ll T tr tll,W
nullum II. McGuiiah, J. TI. I helps,
opoia houst Thin srtuy,
wpio about ?10".
Uncle Tom's Cabin.
"I'litlo Tom's Cabin" was piesented
Sautidij alteinoon and night at tlio Lv
LPimi befme laiKo audiences that sac
ample pIdencc of tlio way they enjoyed
.Mi. Mm tin's KoiRcnus pioductlon of tho
old clnH!c. A paitv of tlio newspaper
men who aio doini; tho stilko commission
Raw tho pcrloim hup Hatmday nlRht and
wjiio so pleased that they decided to wilto
it composite ciltlcism of It. Eieli man
taking the chaiactcr tint ImptCdscd him
most. Jtcic's their say:
Albeit StwibMiiin, New A'oik Join mil
"And Topsj ! that tobaspo hiuco to the
Uncle TomlJii ojstei how can I pav :lt
homap-o to thlj. pbullluiil, Hpoiitaneous,
lolsteihiR, athletic, impish and altogether
.Iaek-ln-ilie-bo-y child ol luitiuo as In
tel pi oled by Miu'i Ploionce Ockciman.'
Jliss Ockciman Ins caught the tine spiiii
of Hiuiict Beocher Stowc's favoiito chai
actei. Between the1 outbinstj of almost
anlmil-like pilmitiveness tlieio aio subtle
toueliPD of the l.Uhei natiuo tint makes
all tho w oi Id kin In iecaliiiK both
ides n Topsj's i.ituiu illas Ocltcinian
displijs ,i lLmukilile SMiipitliv wit'i
Ihu fecllucts of tlio Rifled aiilnoicss 'J ho
hodcn n iluio of the ne-Rlecteil, tilendless
child ol the plantation Is shown without
lo.iiencsi oi buffoon mj. The wholo
c lint actci Isatlon Is complete nitiual and
without alfectutlou "
John II. lteltiiiRoi, Associated Plots
"Littlo Ea, a chai.ictei almost too sweet
and Milutlv for this wnild, wiib poiti.ned
by li.iby Hcuiiettn. with hucIi loior and
icalism tint it lb no wundur It touched
the strong heait of mai'y of those in tho
audience Thu ci essence o1 Iiuiocenco
ii IiciHCll, thu little tot. with hei bonutl
iul features and golden cuiW, added
murli lo the sweet eharaetii of Evi. Xot
witlistaiidiiiff hei heay lines, she nccr
falteied in hei actiiip Jt hei leading
fiom tho Good Hook to I'nclu Tom and
hei inteii'-e iateiest in the old Miwint as
"Jf I'd wings of the lnoiiilng, i d lie away
to Kingdom's Shoie,
Hiight angels come and c.uij m soul
lo thu Now JciubUem,"
was beautiful, then her aetlnc ns hho l...y
on Hie I d leadj to nttt thu Celestial
CiU lucitlns tho woids of the Good Shep
herd, 'Sulfei littlo ehlldieii to eomo unto
me,' was heasenlj ."
P S Illdbdale. Xew Yoil: llctald-' Tlie
heio and comedian cnnibineil w.ib plijed
b modest Ml Pistol hv kind pel mission
ot Smith tV Wesson Jn eveiv scene he
had tho bt u p.nt, hu wa1 alvajbla lionl,
ho poked the xillain In the sol A pleus,
hu tackled Mjiks in tlie bhoit libs he
madu the bold Lprilp cl.uu c on his toes
and howl in lluidlsli k,h, and fhuillv be
hiR n disc limiii itliiE Cl.ulie.itoi of all
ill it x ill.imou, and i isei foi , tho
thinks mil appltuse ot tho audience ho
doltlv slumlitued all tin bad peoplo
and lotiied modrstlv. A Tom show with
out Ms Pistol would h.ue no -ho at all,
I.cricu would continue to beat all thf nice
good slues, Gcoif,o Jlarils would lino
bee n captuicil. Ell l vould hae been a
slaxe iirfilu, Gcoigu Shi Ibv would Ii an
beiu Kicked, Maiks would hao been
toin pieeomeil, the blooclhouiid wmilu
hao inked in goie"
('. S Ih.indebuiv, Publishei s Pifbs
' I'lm ilunaclPi ul UeoiBo Jluitls Was
modelleil on tho llnis ul Intelli clu.il as
well us bcntimental loin llojLtons
chiiactoii.illon was canuo-llke, btinnt;
and ippletu hi pselilo foiee Tlio Ilio
and stiesi ot his suno with Tlulcy and
Maiks was pioilueed wltli abbolutu sin
eeiily and with a ihiiin ot action
wlile'i held the aiidlencc spuiibotuui
ltulston's woik shows that he lias eaie
fullv winnowed III- tine di.uuitic wheif
tiom the chaa' et medlneiit. Pin ihei
icm.uk would bo but a n petition ol whit
has aheadv been wiltun, Tiuu ability
lately leeoRtiUes Itself and wo feel as.
sin id th it Kojhlcm dues nut Imu a le
aillug seiihu of tlio stieiiKth of his pot
foiiuance." Ch.ules A'. AIouls, Chlcac.o Xews
"i'ho pait oi Pnclo Tom was nevoi moio
ably and IntelliRentlv poilmjed. This
chai.ictei Is a Miy difiieult one, and has
ieceled many intcipretations, but none
more peitect mul ideal than that ot Sat
uid.iy ciNenlng. Pmnk Lea'a in.ike-up a
a tpleal old .soiithcin ,slao was pn
lict, and his dialect wib all that could bo
deslied. Tho dofeienee, unctions polilo
inns, unci lonlty of tho old household
slave of tho hoiilli weio noei moio faith
fully tepiodiiecd. I'm in Toiii'h Iuo for
and doNotlon to lltllu Eva, his piuphei-y
of her iipinoaihliiR death, and thu touih
iiiR faiewell at hei deathlnd weio din
matkollv and pathelluilly lepiescuteo,
and elicited tlio npplaiihu of the clouded
house. Tho seenu at thu slv.o nmikot,
whu o Paolo Tom Is .sold to tlio ciuol
slave tiddcr Lpripp, was CHpctlallj
.sttoiiR, and Mi. Lea uppo.iih to good ad
vantage." II II. IVeehln, C'Jin liiuntl Post "ltoboit
Biolllci as (Ipoigo Shelby, i warindiuiiit
ed yoiniR man Hum Now Yoik, who hab
been looking: toi L'nele Tom, (o leseuo
lilm uom the s, jot W,lih lmfeii thu
idavo did n lino bit of wuil. Mr Jliol
Her has only a small put but ho does
womleis with It Ills icistumo Is that ot
n. Now Yoi Is man of fashion of js.i and
his liltjli hat of tho stjlo of th.u peilod
w.is distinctly a wotk ol ait '
Pifdeikk .lone-), Now Yoik Piers
"Hugh Ettlngu's cliaractPiiniloii ot Bi
llion I.p(,uo was Mipiin The rlniocter
with h nulled Satuidjy ovciiIur with tho
JlncsHu and stabllitv of a mnstei AVliun
Hhnoii thiiibt his knifu in the heait nt
hi Clair it was dono with beautiful pfe( t,
Lillet, when ho leached his inuiih vie.
Urn. I'nrlo Tom, ciaeked him on tho head
and cylahmd Tnl.o him away ami to'd
lilm to tho Iiors" ho unhid a climax
that has luinlly been eciualled bv any of
his pmleeesyois In tho icilo Slinoii v.-is
entitle ! to moio or tho 'spot' light"
T J Uaflv. faeinntoii Tilbune "Kveiy
indentions I'm In 'loin's Cabin, company
of lato jnus has tallied '.' Mm ki .',
and o riloodhouiuls u,' but hi Mmtin'u
lfoi,'cous pioduelloii, finality am not
quantity is tho evident dcsIdmitiiM.
Oeoigu V Pnks and onu b,, handsome
bloodhound ulu in miiih latlsfattlon aa
tho usual two MaiKs mid sl: docs '
John l)i ew, To-night.
Julm IJicw, who W in his ilaventh bij.
aim as a btm under munugement of
Chuiks Prolimun, will appear at thu
Lyceum to-nlfihl In Isano Hciiderson'H
dratnn, ''Tho Mummy and tlio Humming
lilrd," Tho play won a great bucccm lit
Now A'ork, and comes hcto with all lis
metropolitan iippolnlmontH Intact. Tho
piece had Mich excellent ill aw Inn power
that Mr. rrolinuui will icttirnlt lo the
Empire theater after a tour of tho IlitK
ti cllc. No drnmatlo property that
Mr. T)iow 1ms ever had Is hotter milted
to hl3 pectillnr tomporament and In no
role hns hu Riven holler mitlttfitctlon.
The Rcneinl cxccllenro of tho play Is
aided by tho capable control ct air. Drew
Ins t-olcolcd and tho liupoitnnt nsslsn
monta nro In tho hands of Lionel Hairy
moro, fluy Standhig, Mnigorct Dale,
Lewis linker, lteglnald CanlnRtoiii lloli
eil Hehable, David llclidcison, Thonuifl
flllHon, Millie Dcrlckson and Conilnncp
Hell "Tho Miimtuy und tho llutnmlnit
lllid" Is tin out and out, love plnv of un
common lntuost. rollowlnc Is tho cast
of characloH which show tho superb
company sutrotinilhiR Mi. Drew:
Loid Lutnlpy John Dievv
RlRiior D'Oielll dry Standing
fnnitnnniliM' l.lird It011llld. 11. N
aulieppc Lionel Uarrymoro
jtiilson IteKlnnld Carrlngton
Markhani Robert Schablo
Thomas David Henderson
AVoltor MniRaret Dalo
Mrs. Ruth Thornton ....Matlo ltcrlckson
CuminliiRS Constance Hell
Seats on sale. Tho manoRpment has de
rided to rcaervo tho lhst four rows in
tho Riillcrv lo-nlght from 7 until 7:20
o'clock. Plit come, first served. Thcso
lescrved seat tickets for the gallriy will
bo sold at tho box odlcu for GO cents,
and purchasers will be admitted thiniigh
the mam entrance
lite Gieat Mnscngnl in Scianton To
night. A gicat operatic event In tho history
of Scianton will take placo at tho New
Armoiy to-night, when tho Italian com
poser Mascagnl, will npnear with his
own grand opera company, nnd piescnt,
with costumes, seenciy, ehoius and oi
cliestia, his giputi-it woik, "Cavallorln
Tlio opportunity of bcelncr such an
artist as Mascagnl, directing his own
specially selected opeia company of
neatly a Hundred voices in mo produc
tion of his own grand opera is ono In a
lifetime, either hero or elsewhere, and
when the woik lo be produced Is "Cuv
allorla P.ustlcana," by Its compobor, tho
evpiit Is specially slgnlilcant and excep
Grand opera Is the crowning- glorv of
all mulcnl efiort. It is a hiMuy which
only tho wealth and cultuio of tho -cerv
Ingest cities in the woild may hopo to
enjoy, and ono which must In tho veiy
n ilurp of things be raio In a city of tho
so of Scrnntoi', owing to tho enormous
cost ot production.
The fact that SlRiior MiiscaRtil oigan
Ized his own companv in Italy for a tour
of the musical centois ul the Pnitcd
States makes such a ticat pobslblo In
tide ease. Ho Is not hanipeicd by tho
loRiilatlrmo oi lociuircmonts of motiopol
ltiu opeia luimatteis, and is, thcreloie.
the mastoi of his own movenionts and of
his ov n tout.
Speclil stres3 deicives to bo laid on
the inet that Slgnor Maseagnl and his
companv will give tho gland opera "Cav
allerla Eusticanu" in lull with cemiy
and costumes complete. Thib fact de
seives to be emphasised lest theio should
be a misleading impicsslon that the opeia
mirtlit be abbreviated 'I he scenery Is
now in placo and the costumes as de
signed bv the lamous compose! himself
will bo woin bv the artists under his di
reetion, so that the pletorlal as well as
the musical tentures of tho piece will be
piesented fully, thus affording: tho oppoi
tuntty to enjov it as it camo from tho
brain ot Its inspired and gifted author.
The public should know this important
met "o that there may be no regrets af
ter tho great oppoitunltv has passed bv.
MuMcal scholars, and in fact, all lov
eis of high class music In Scrnnton and
vlclnltv are looking toiwaid to this cvei.
Iiir's pioductlon with anticipation nf
keen enjojnient and delight
Newsboys' Benefit Matinee To-day.
In most plavs, the character of a He
biow is poitiajed as a mean, soidld,
giasplns bort of man, with a heait of
stone, and whobo only ambition lb to
save and hoaid Hie bright bhlniiiR gold.
In "Tho Peddiei," in which Joe Weleh.
tho well-known delineator of tho East
side llobtew, will poitrav tho role ot
Abiaham Jacob' on, wp bco the Ilebnw
in a distinctly difteient ehaiacler. Hu is
tho loving father, who idolizes his vvav
ward son and givoh up all his possessions
to s-io his boy fiom prison and dl -giaca.
"'Die Poddlei" vlll be seen at tlie
eidemy of Music lor the ilist tlueo
divs ot tho week, staitlag" with a special
matinee the proceedh of which will go tn
piovido n Clulstnins dinner lor tlio news
lios of the city. Special matinee prlci s,
10, 1", 'St cents, chllilien, 13 cent to the
lowoi Jloor. Se its on bale.
"When Knighthood Was in FLowev."
Julia M.ulowu's JamoiM pioductlon of
"When Knighthood AViib in Plower," will
be at Iho Lteum Tucm1.iv night. Jt
gives Ellle Ellblei spit ndtd nppoitunltlis
toi i ho ilispkiv ot her powers. The sup
porting compiuv Is a laiRO one, Man
ager Piank L. Perlev niaklnp: his selec
tion fiom the tihle-it atllslh in the pio
fesslon. Mlhb Ell lei'o K ailing' liian, AValter U.
Sejmour, who poitiajs Clmlfj Ulan
don tho valiant lover of Pi incogs Mniy
Tudor, Is u hnndbome manly iellovv. His
famous dud scenu with Sit Adam Jud
bon, as poituocd bv P.obeit U Kcggcrls,
is debCiibed as tho line,t bit of .sword
plnv seen on the American Mugi In many
j cart.. Seat.j on bale.
"The Major and the Judge.''
Hiutlg and Seamon. tho well known
inanagoi.s have t-ccuiecl for a. term of
jenis, tho billllant comedians, Tom
Lewis and Sam .T. Rnn, and put them at
tho head of their big musicul comedy,
"Tho Major and tho Judge." which
tomes to tho Lycpum AVodnesday night.
"The Major and the Judgo" Is In tluee
nets. Tho plot Is unfolded with a celer
ity of action, and an opulenco of dioll
complications that hardly give tho audi
ence bieithhiR tlmo between hilarious
oulbuists, Tho fnica will bo mounted
goigeoualy, and tho costumes aio the
llnebt that can bo prociued. Soils on
sulu this mnrnlnir at 0 o'clock,
Rice nnd Dai ton Company.
Itlcn and Ikiiton, tho popular favoilles,
with tholr great builetipio company be
gin a tlueo day engagement nt tho Star
to-day and bid fair to eecl anything- the
management ot this popular vaudevlllo
hoiiMi so nil' oitci.s this sen&on.
The opening p.iit is amuHlcal builctta,
depicting say lite In thu mctiopolis and
Is entitlid "Brown Anions; the Daisies."
IntioduchiET Charles Durton and Idvlla
V.vnei In i he pilnclpil loles
111 tho olio, which tollovvs, will bo been
that piinco of coiutdhius, J, Qulgley; tlio
uunlPal team, Gckhoff & Goulon, who
vUll have boiiiothlng new thosn phonom
cnul itctobals, Tho Hell Ttlo, whoso
biothor act Is thu very best pi escalation
of that pleasing1 stslo of pcifoiinaneo;
tho uilnUicl lio5, Mitchell & Muilon;
those swoot slngori, Olla Hood v Com
pan;; tliobo limivalcd buik ilamuib, the
Esher blfterh; and thn best coon singer
on tho stuge, .Miss ldylla Vjner Tho
pnformaneo clom, with an elaboiato
builettn, "Raiding tho Tcndeilojn," In
which thi euilio company will appear.
An Old und Well-Tried Remedy,
MRS WINSLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP
foi ehlldieii teething, is tho inebcilptloii of
ono of thu best luualu physicians and
muses In tho United State, and bus bmn
Ubtd sixty sears with ucivci-railiiiir suc
cess by millions nf itiothois for thoh chit
dicn, DiiiIiir the piocess of teething' Us
vulue Is Incalculable. It lelluvcs thu child
fiom pain, cutcs dlaiihoc.i, gilptns In (ha
bowels, tmd wind colic. Uy giving health
to tho child It tests thn inolhei Pi Ice,
twcnt-ine t-enti a bottle
At the Same Point with
Scrantou People as Else
where, Tioublu be'Rlns with Ilio fhst hnolt
nuhe. 'TIs serious tumble, too Kidney
Negtect means other pains mote dan-
Urlnaty dlsoideis quickly follow.
Donn's Kidney Pills cine all kidney
And uiu eiulmsed by Scianton citi
zens. Mis. Ii. P. Jones, ot 1010 Laftijettu
street, says: "Stiffness of the knees,
bloating aiound the ankles, pain ttcioss
tho loins when stooplnp, HftlUR tiny-
thlng- or when I excited myself, cleaily
pioved I had kidney complaint. Donn's
Kidney Pills were hi ought to my notice
through an adveitlsement I saw tn one
of our papers, and I procured a box
from Matthews Bios.' diug- stoic. I fol
lowed up the tientment until I Ubed
several boxes. The lameness nnd tho
bloating- disappeared. I know of othei.s
in Scrnnton who used Doan'a Kidney
Pills and obtained great relief."
For sale by all dealers; price, r0 cents.
roster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y sole
agents for the United States.
Remember the nnmo Doan's and
take no other.
Concluded from 1'jgc 1
for tioops. The witness did not think
bo. "If tho tiooiH weie here, those
thlnqs would have occtnicd just the
.same," he added.
AVhen the t losb-examlnatlon of Father
Cuiran was ended, Mr. Dariow pio
recded to the consideration of con
ditions at tlie collleiles of G. B. Maikle
it Co, of Hazleton Two witnesbes, a
breaker boy and a miner, weto put on
tho stand to tell how some mine woik
eis never lecehe any money by reason
of their Inability to Ret out of the eom
panj 'b debt.
The boy, Andiew Chippie, told that
he Is U jenis ot age, and picked slate
in the Jeddo collieiy ol Maikle iz Co.
Four jeais apo, his father was killed
In the mine. The father was then owinjj
the company $54.93. The mother took
In boardeib and vvoiked hard to sup
port hei self and four small c-hlldrpn,
but could make no headway and had lo
send the boy into the breakei. He was
siven a job at foity cents a claj oi four
cents nu liotu.
Was Going Backwaid.
SK weeks befoie the stilke bean he
went to woik. His fiist due bill cied
ItPtl him with oli',2 houis at font cents
an liotu, or $2 'X Charged against him
was the $u4.'n his lather had owed the
compan ; iflO'i for lent and $i.T5 for
coal. This lett the boy Indebted to the
company ?faO 09. His next duo bill, dated
November 13, ci edited him with eight
hours or thhty-two cents, which was
the balance owing him when he went
on stiike. On the debit side was a
chaige of $S7 09 foi tho balance of the
debt owing the company plus the lent
loi the sttlke peilod. Theio was also n
chaige of fifty cents foi a biass cheek,
which the company furnished to bieakei
bos. This left the boy owIiir tho com
pany SbS 17.
"You weien't Rittin ahead veny fabt,
weio ou.'" leinarked Judge Oiaj.
The boy also told ot tho haidships ot
a blateplekei's llle, how ho woiked In
a bent position picking- tho cold, wot
slate and how the bleaker boss some
tlmeb pulled his cats to make him work
taster. The commissioners weto deeply
Impiebsed with tho boj's leeltal, und
asked him a number of questions con
cerning his bony lot.
James Gallagher, a Maikle &: Co.
minei, CO yenis ot age, was net called
to the stand. He was lefustd le-em-ployinent
nt the close of the btilke, and
dm Iiitr the btilke was evicted liom a
company house. Ho bupposed ho was
aecoided this tientment beeauso his bon
v as secietary of the local of tho mlneis'
Only Tifty Dollnis.
He told that ho woiked at one btietch
tor seventeen enrs and nine months
without iluiwlnir any pay, except onto
when he got ?50. Ho was compelled to
tiadu at the company store, ho said,
and was unable to get out of tho com
pany's debt. When the debt would get
vety large, the company would glvo him
a good chamber, AVhen he would bo
neatly out of debt, he would bo put In
a bad chamber and his earnings tc
duced so much, theteby, that ho could
not get out of debt. His pay avciaged
less than $1.23 a day, ho said,
Mr, Dai low asked the witness If ho
was ever huit In tho mines,
"A man is never hint In the mines
unlebs he Is half-killed," said the wit
ness AVell, weio ou ever half-killed V"
"How many times wrro you half
"Then vou weie killed entlielv." ie
niaiked Judge Giay, after tho laughter
"No; It was this way, Tlio lli.st half
was healed befoie I got thu second,"
Ho was evicted fiom tho company
house, ho stated, two dujs after tecelv
lug notice to quit tho piemlbcs. Ills
goods weio tin own out In thn mad din
ing a ralu stoun. Ho can led thorn Into
Die cellar of a. neighbors huiibe, Ills,
wifo was old and feeble-, and hail to ho
helped out of tho house by two deputy
Ho also told that one of his bon.s lost
his tu ir, while In the employ of Maikle
& Co, and thpt when ho went to tho
lonqmnj'h olllco to nsk for atblstanee,
was told that Maiklo ci Co was not a
The witness was iiu2s.(.mnlneil
bilelly by Attorney Oeoipu R, Hedfoul
legal ding tho alleged luetuh of nguo
lnent on tho pait of tho Maikle & Co.
cniplo.ves, when they joined In tho lsoo
btilke. That agreement was In effect
th.it the men would not btilke inula
any consideration without Hist Mibnilt
tlng the matter In dispute to u boaid of
uibitrutlon. Tho men htbltuted to join
the 1900 btrlke, but were finally pei
suaded to da bo by Prebldent Mitchell.
Refi' ling to the memoiable inaas
THE TRIBUNE'S "WANT"
Only Half a Ctnt a Word.
POIl HALE Mannfactut lug site or
Hiittnhlo for bulldhiK lots; about iho
nrics within ten minutes from tenter
of cltv on lino of li. & H. It, II. No
jigeutH, need apply. Addicts "Land,"
IS SZ WWVVA
JlS-Por Rent-Tcn-room houso; picellont
ncigiiiiornooci; an moupin iihiiiui
nients, 'on avenue. Apply to R. P. nam.
ilton, 420 Spiuco sticct.
For Sale or, Eent.
rOR SALE OR RENT-House und live
ncrcs at Clntk's Summit. Possession
Jnnunry 1. Apply to MIh L Lindsay,, lilt
Noith Main avenue, Scianton.
JUST ARRIVED with forty head of
horses; good workers and chlvcia:
weight from UOO to 1500 pounds; sovoial
eloselv matched teams can bo scon at 331
Raymond court. V. M. Cobb.
Wanted To Bent.
WANTED-Smnll furnished houso. Ad
en ess lloK 300, city.
Rooms nnd Board.
THE LINDEN, kOO Linden stioot, has a
numbr of deslinblo vacancies; light
rooms and cholco table bouid.
PLEASANT rooniB with board for four
or flvo young men. Inqulio J1J 'Wash
FIVE SHARES of Tltlo Guutanty and
Tnibt Company btock for silo nt a
baigaln. Address G. D., Tribuno ofllco.
SIOCK AND WHEAT TRADERS with
out delay AVtito loi our special in.u
kct letter. Tieo on application. S. M.
Hlbbtid At Co, mcmbeis N. A". Consoli
dated and Stock Exchange. 41 and 10
Hioidwnv, New Yoik Established 1S11
Long Distance 'Plione -1SS Uroad
meeting at Jeddo, at which Piesldent
Mitchell and Gcoige E. Markto had a
lengthy discussion, Ml. Bedfoid tiled to
have the witness admit that President
Mitchell directly urged tho men to pn
no attention to their asreement. The
wltnebS said that Piesldent Mitchell
was addiesslng Mr. Markle and not the
Another Maikle & Co. miner, Tinnk
Itaj, was called to the stand just be
tore adjournment. He told that ho
woiked In what Is called a "dog hole,"
which is somewhat removed from the
main airways,, and that after a shot
was fiied the air was stifling. He never
saw the mine Inspector in his workings,
Duilng the bession, Commissioner
Aratklns piesented tho following addi
tional tequest for information to Mr.
Dui row :
After tho settlement ot the 1M0 sttlke.
which, as cveiy ono knows, was settled
tluough tho inlluenco of outside patties
and without the principals gettinr to
gether, the companies posted a notice
which read about as follows-
"This company makes the following an
nouncement to Its mine employes. It will
ndiut its rate of wages so as to pay its
mine emplojes on and after Oct. I, a net
mcreaso of 10 per cent on the wages
horetofoio lecelved, and will tako up
with Its niino employes any gilovanccs
which they may have."
As f lemember. It was agreed through
thib third paity, bv both bides, that tho
btrlko should be called off and work re
sumed if Mich notlco weio posted by all
tho anthraclto mining companies, which
was finally done. Now, as tho notlco
lcids, all grievances will be taken up by
tho companies with their own employes,
it would bo Infctrcd that theio wpio
bomo giievnnces on the piit of the min
ei s that wero not covered by the ad
vance in wages
Attitude of Companies.
Now, what I should llko to know is,
whether jou Intend to show, or w bother
you think that In taking up thco gilev
anpps llipio was anything in the atti
tude of tlio companv officials generally
toward tho committees representing
theso gilovances that prevented their
having a lair and lieo discussion in ol
der to nirlvo at a satisfactory settlement.
And also whether a proper eftoit or any
plfntt wns made by tho mine woikers
to take up the giievnnces In that manner.
As Is well known. Immediately after ip
sumptiou or woik-, a number or sttlkfs
oreuired In dlffeiont localities, and con
tinued to occui, 1111111 the i.enoral btrlko
wns oidered, which wo .no now inves
tlRatlns. Tlio point In mv question is this, to
leain whether nny effoits weio matlo
bv tho companies to get into close and
mole harmonious rumiimin nuu un-ir
own emploves, and did tho emplojes try
to get settlement hi this manner, as
stated in tho notice; or was evciythlng
ugnrdlng tho adjustment of gilovanccs
left to officers of the union, whom tho
oporatois had said they did not wish to
tieat with. And If tho latter wero the
case, wai It ono of tho tensons for tho
constantly glowing troublo and Irritation
which finally led up to tho strlko of May
12th. , ,,
I am of tho opinion that wo bhoukl
hnvo somo further light nnd ovldenco on
tho manner of adjusting grievances In
tho post, and whllu ou may have bomo
witnesses tor this mntter whom ou havo
not brought to us vet, I mil asking tho
filtration now, a. t think tho methods
nud experiences of tho past may guldo
tho commission and help in finding t-omo
b.itlbfactniy way of treating these ques
tions hi tho futuie.
Mr. D.uiow said he would endeavor
to fuinlHh the Intnt motion wanted.
The coinmlbsloneis, today, will urgo
tho companies to put In what statistics
they havo In leadlncss, that they may
examine them and ascertain In what,
If any, featuies they aio not satlsfat
toiy. Fioceedings in Book Toi m,
Recognizing the widespread Inteiest
taken all over the countrj In the tes
timony and niRiinieiit befoie the An
thracite Strlko Commission, Tho Trlb
uno will mini in convenient book fomi
tho rcpoits appeurlng In Its columns
troin 'lay to day, and will offer a limit
ed edition of copies for sale at $1 each.
Tho ultimo will consist nf sevetal hun
ched pages, eight by eleven inches, and
will uppear as soon as tho commission
cm lendci their decision. Tho dtlly
lepnrts In The Tilbune miss nothing of
ebbontlal Interest and uiu the fullest
and moat nciuiate iopoits ptluted In
au newbpaper. Oideis should bo sent
to Tho Tribune now us the edition is
liable to be exhausted
See the Cut Han.
Effective and attiactho half-tones
and lino cuts foi e-aid, advertising or
uny other put pose, can bo becuted nt
The Tribuno office. AVo do woik that
Is unexcelled, do It piomptly und at
lowest uUes. A tilal older will con
Accepted for Lcs3
Tlnin 10 Cents.
Want Advertisements Will Bo
Received nt Any of tho Toll ow
ing Diug Stores Until 10 V. M.
ALIJKRT fiCHULTZ. coiner Mill
boriv Bticct nnd Webster ttvo.
GUSrAr PICIIEL, 030 Adams
GEO AV. JENKINS, 101 South
1'RED L, TERPPE, 729 Ced ti
GEO. W. DAVIS, eoinci Noith
Main nvenuo and Jlaikot
CHARLES P. JONKS, 1537 Dick-
P. J. JOHNS, 920 Gicon Rldgo
C. LORENZ, coinei 'Washington
avenue and Mnilon stiect.
AV. II. KNEPPEL, 1017 living
J. G. RONE & SON.
WANTED Agents to soil tea nnd col-
tco to consumeis positions pet ma.
ncnt. Gland Union Tea Co, .Ul Lacka.
Help Wanted Male.
AVIREMEN AVANTED-Tlnco good whe
men wanted at Ret wick. Three
month's wotk. Apply Berwick Electiic
Light company, Hei wick.
AVANTED-A boy about 1.! jenis old. Ap
plv to Baiber ii. Townseud, li) Piank
Help Wanted Pemalo.
AVANTED A good hotibekocpei ; one com
petent to lake- Piitiie ohm go of i tinning
house. Good pi and long emplojment
to the right worn in. Address, stating e
peiienco and giving leteience, .iluo what
pay is looked foi, 1U93 Tilbune office
LARGE CORPORATION wants cneigotlo
Geneial Agent tor this count) No
books, Insurance, or canvassing. Ac
quaintance with mei chants nnd manu
facture! s nocessaiy. Poimanent. Bond
State ngfc, cperlence. lefeiences fiist let
ter. Address, Suito 572, No 1001 Chestnut
St , Philadelphia
SITUATION AVANTED As til email,
watchman or j.inltoi ; best of letei
ence. Addiess .1. B , Dr. Thompson, till
East Market sticet, city.
SITUATION AVANTED-Bv a oung man
expei lenocd in olhce woik. Refeioiice
fiom last emploei Adcheis L S W,
SITUATION AVANTED As a butchci
nnd good meat cuttci Tor lefeiencc
apply to 234 Linden sticet, AVest Plttston.
EXPERIENCED hoi'-em.in wants posl
tion; sK veais In private t imilv : city
rofeiencp. C. L. Adams, IIG Madison ave
burnished Booms for Rent.
FOR RENT Fiont furnished bed looms
for gentlemen 313 Washington avenue.
UOR RENT A furnished loom on second
floor front, Jl 50 week. G23 Adams ave.
LOST Tin ee-veai -old helfei. small size,
lcct coioieu, eeept tip ot tan, 'nun,
crooked hoins. A lew.nd given foi hei
letuiii tn John Gumnn, Tlgci A'ulloy, Oly
FOUND A ltanilLoiehlof v tapped about
a small amount of money. Ownei m iv
h tvo samp bv pioving piopeity F. E,
Flslt, HJJ Luzeino stiect.
Stenogrnphy nnd Typewiiting.
Sl'ENOG RAIMYniTdvpewTuhTg' done
at shoit notlco nt 712 Connell bldg.
Certified Public Accountant.
EDVARDC. SPAULDING, C. P. A , 21
Tindtis' Bank Building. Old 'phono lS'it,
FREDERICK L BROWN. ARCH B,
Real Estate Exchange Bldg , 12(j Wash
Civil and Mining Engineers.
H. L HARDING, S13 CONNELL BLDG.
STEVENSON iv: KNIGHT. 72(1 CON
DR. E. C. EILENBURGER, PAULI
building, Spruce bttect, Scuinton,
DR. C. C. LAUBACH, 115 AVYOMINO two
SCHLAGER S. CO, 401 Connell Building
PA I LIN I Ooniioijlotjc.
Tho only licensed and equipped patent
bolleitoi In tho city. No chugo foi In
tonnatlon on patpntabllltj ; ovei ten
Kcplofirlu & Co., ilear. Rlclg.
Hotels nnd Restauinnts,
THE ELK CAFE, 123 und 127 FRANK
lln uveuue. Rates icusomiblu.
P ZIHGLER, Propiletor
SCRANTON HOUSE. NEAR D. L !c W.
Passenger dopoi Condueted on tho Eu
loptun plan. Vlclor Koch, Piopiluioi
.VirrUHeKiSCLEANS PRU'V v7L'IIH
and cess pools; no odoi , onlj tmpioved
pumps ubed. A U llilggs. piopiietoi
Leave oidcib 110 Noith Mulu avenue,
or Elt-ko's ding stoio. eoineu Adams and
Mulbe-uy Both tclephoutb
JOSEPH KUETTIIL. REAR Oil LACKA
ave. bcianton. mtlb ot Wilo Seieena
MEaAROEE BUOS PItlNTtlltS Sl'P-
piles, envelopes, panel bigs, tiyinu
Watehouse, IM Washington in 1 11110.
.THE AVILKES-UARRE Rlfcoi ti) CAN
bo hid In Scianton nt the news Htmul
of Itclsmnu Bios, 40ii Spiuco and 503
Linden; M Notion, .122 Lue-kawanua
ave ; 1. S. Sihutzei, 211 Spiine street.
BUSINESS OPPORTUHITIES, REBl ESTATE
Only Half a C!it i Wori.
Mouoy to Iionn.
ANY AMOPNJ' OP MONEY TO LOAN
Qulek, straight loans oi IlullJIng and
Loan. At fiom 1 to o per cent. Call on
N. V. AVntker, .lll-'ir. Council building.
RELIABLE help can bo proem ed nt Mis.
A. 11. Stnrkey'H Employment Ofllco,
110 Washington avenue, looms i and 4.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Delawnie, Xnckawnnnn nnd Western.
IN Effect Jlllio 1, 1902.
Tinlns leave Scrnnton foi New York
At ino. 3 20, 0 03. 7 fio and 1010 a. m.; 12 10.
3 40, 3 13 p tn. Tor Now Yoik and Phila
delphia 7 GO. 10 10 n, m, and 12.40 and 3Vi
P. m. For Gouldsboio At 010 p. in. For
Buirnlo 1,13, 0 22 nnd 9 00 n. m.; 1.53, fi 50
and 11.10 p. in. For Bingham ton, Eliuiin,
nnd wnv fitatlons10 2"i u. in. 103 p. m.
For Oswego, Svmciibo and tltlca 1.15 and
ti22 a. m.; 1 ',, p, m. Oswego, Syiacuso
and TRIca ti tin nt 0 22 a. m. dally, except
Sunday. For Montiose 9 00 n. m ; '1 0"i
and iir.0 p in. Nicholson accommodation
4 0) and i! 15 p. m.
Bloomsbuig Division ror Northttmboi
land, at 0.13 nnd 1010 a. in.; 1.53 nnd 010
P. tn. For Plymouth, nt 810 a. in.: J 10
and 9 03 p m.
Sundnv Tialns-For Now A'oik, 1 50, 1 2).
0ft. 1010 n m.: 3 40 and 3 33 p. m. ror
BulTnlo-1.15 and (,22 it. in.; 153, G 50 ant
ll.lo p. in. For Elmlra nnd way stations
10 2j n. m. For Ulnghamton nnd way sta
tions, too a. m Blooinsburg Division
Leave Sejoitton, 1010 a. m. and 610 p. m.
lehigh Vnlley Railroad.
In Effect Nov. 10, 1902.
Tinlns Loavo Scianton
rot Philadelphia and Now Yoik via D.
S. II R. R , nt 7 41. through Parlor Car
and Day Coach Cnrbondalo to Now Yotlc
and 9 47 a tn , with L. Ar. Coach Carbon
elalo to Philadelphia, und 218, 4 33 (Blacic
Diamond Expiess), and 11.49 p. m. Sun
Uas. D. A H. R. ., ins p. m , 933 a. m.
For AVhlto Haven, Huzloton ami princi
pal points in tho coal icgions, via D. &
It. R R 7.41, 218 and 133 p. m. Tor
Poltsvllle. 7 41 n. in
i'or isctlilctiem, Easton, Roadlng. Ilnr
llsburg and pilnclpal intoi mediate sta
tions, via D. A: II. R R 7.41, 9 47 a. m ;
2 IS, 4 33 (Black Diamond Etpress). 11 49 p.
in Sundays, D. & II. R. R 9 3S a. m.
and 1 5S and 9 17 p m.
Fot Tunkhannock, Tovvnnda. Elmii.i.
Ithaen, Genova and prlnclpil lntormedlato
stations via D , L & AV. R. R , C 33 a. tn.
and lo.' p m
Foi Genevu, Rochester, Buffalo, Nlag
nia Fulls, Chicago and all points west via
D A. it. n. R 12 01 p. m : J 28 (Black
Diamond EmupssI. 10 II. II 49 p m. Sun-diij-s.
D. ,t H. R R . 12 0), 9 17 p. m.
Piillmin pallor and sleeping or Lehigh
Vnlley Pallor cars on all trains between
Wllkos-Bnue nnd Now A'ork. Philadel
phia, Buffalo ami Suspension Bridge.
ROLLTN II. WILBUR. Gen. Supt , 20
Coitlmd street, New' York
CHARLES S LEE, Gen. Pass. Agt , 25
Coitland tioet, New Yoi I;
A AV. NONEMACHER, Dlv. Pass. Agt,
South Bethlehem. Pa
For tickets nnd Pullman icservatlon ap
ply to city ticket office, C9 Public Square,
Central Baihoad of New Jeisey.
In clfect Nov. 1G, 19)2.
Stations In New Yoik, foot Llbcity
street and South Ferry, N R
Trains leavo Scranton for Now A'ork,
Philadelphia, Easton, Bethlehem, Allen
town. Mnuch Chunk, AVhlto Hnvon, Ash
ley, WIlkoa-Banc and Plttbton at 7. W a.
m , 1 p 111 , and I p m Sundays, 7.13 a.
in. and 210 p m Quaker City Expiess
leaves Scianton 730 a m. with through
solid vestlbulo train with Pullman Buffet
Pallor Car 101 Philadelphia witii only
ono change 01 cms for Baltimoio and
Washington. D C. and all prlnclpil
points south nnd west and has thiouglt
coach for New A'ork
Foi Avoca, Plttston and AA'Ukes-Baue,
lpm and 4 p 111. Sunday, 7.13 a. m.
and 2 10 p m.
Foi Long Btaneh, Ocean Grove, etc, at
7 30 a. m audi)) 111
Foi Re tiling, Lebanon, and Harrisbuig
via Allentown at 720 a m ,1pm and 4
p m Sunday. 7 15 a. m. and 2 10 p m.
Foi Tamaqua and Pottsvllle at 7 30 a.
m lpm nnd 4 p in. Sundnv, 7.13 a m
Foi tates nnd tickets apply to agent at
AV G BESSLER Geneial Manager.
C. M. BURT, Gen. Pass Agt.
Schedulo In Effect Juno 10, 1902
Ti.ilns leave Scianton 0 28 11. m, week
iliivs, tluough vestlbulo train from
AVIlkeb-Baiie. Pullman buffet parlor cir
and coaches to Philadelphia, vie Potts
vllle; stops at pilnclpil Inteimedl ite sta
tions Also eonnpctb foi Simbmy. Hni
ilsliiug. Philadelphia. Baltimore, AVnsh
Ington and for Pltthburg anil tho AA'est.
11 17 a 111 . week dns, for Sunburj. Hni
lisbiug, Philadelphia, Baltimore, AVnsh
ingtnn and Flushing anil the West.
142 ,t m, week davs, (Sunclajs, 1 uS p.
m ), foi Sunbuiy, Haiilshiug, Plillndnl
phla, mltlmoip, AViibliiiigton nud Pitts
buu: and the West
.! "S p in, week davs, tluough vestlbulo
tinln fiom AVilkcs-Bni re. Piillmnn buffet
p n loi eai and coaches to Philadelphia vl 1
Pottsville. Stops at pilnclpal Intetmedl.
"A'Sp m , week elivs for Hnyleton, Hu t
buiy, Hniilslnug, Philadelphia and Pitts.
UU,S" J. B HUTCHINSON. Gen Mgr.
.1. B AVOOD, Gon, Pass Agt.
Delawnie and Hudson.
In Effect Nov. 10, 1202
Tinlns foi Cuihondalo leave Scianton at
fi 14 7 215. S JS. 1012 n. 111.: 12 03. 112. 2 11.
.!",: 519. 1.23, 7 22, i 33, 9 56, 11.20 p. in;
1 ' W n in
For Houebdalo-C 41, 10 VJ a. m.; 211 a.id
5FoV Wllkes-Baiio-C3S. 7 11. 8 11. 9.47,
1(1 M n II 12 03 1.42. 2 IS, a 23, I 23, b 1(1,
-IK 910 10 41. 11 19 P. Ill,
' i?ot L V R R. Poluts-7 11, 9 17 n. m ;
20,1S-p2i,uis"lv,a,il.an,R R. Poln.s-0 3.,
n it n 111 : 1.12, 3 2S and 4 3." P 111.
Foi Albany and all points noith-7.35 a.
'"ttIMlJ SUNDAY TRAINS
1-or Cnlbonelalo-b5(, 11 -3 a. m; III,
3rorpkosJoiuo-9,3S a. m; 12 01. 15),
S F'otfAlbaiiv niiiv'iiojiits not tJi-3 5 p. m.
1'n Hoiipsdnlo-S 50 a. m.. 3.2 p ni -J
AV Bl'RDICK. O. P. A.. Albany. NVA.
AV 'L PltYOR, D. P. A . Stinnton, Vu
Eiie Bnllrond Wyoming Division.
in Effect Soptemlier 13, 1902
Tmliis leave Scianton for Now Aork.
Kpuluiigh and lutoimeilhito polntb. ulso
I'm 11 "vvlcy tmel local slatlonb at 7 20 a
"VcTiloneb'claie'and AVhlto Mills at 125
11 Tinlns nulvo nt Scrantou at 10 3S a. in.
and 9 15 P in.
New York, Ontnxio nnd Westein.
Tlmo tablo In oflcct Sunday. Sept 2J, 1W.',
llm0,:"oivm hound trains.
Leave Luavo Arrive,
'i-,-nlis Seiaiitou, Ciulioildiilo. C.ldObl 1
ii ... lu 20 a in 11 10 a. pi. 1 (0 . m
J!. 7 ...OWp 111 Ar CaihondaloO fulfill
N0 ' SOUTH BOUND
Leave Leave Arilvo
'I'lnins Padosl 1 Caibondtie, Scinittou
i " OWn. in, 7.25 a. m
N' 215p 11 lOOp 111 4 45 p. m
SUNDAYS ONLY. NORTH BOUND
Leivu Leave Aulvn
M'l.ilm Scianton CaihnmUlo Cadosla
Nil !) . . .i5')n 111 9IOii in lu 43 n: 111
No 5 1 on 1 hi Ar (Ml boudnlo 7.43'p 111
Leivo Leavo Airfvo
Trains fatlosl 1 Carbondale, Hemutou
ls'n u . fi 5" a in 7 '23 a, in.
No W S0p ni ejOup 111 0 43 p, in
Tinlns Nos I on week eiajs, nnd 9 on
Sunday connect J 01 New Yoik city, MM
illitown Wnlton. Norwich. Une-ida, Os.
wego and all polntb west
Tiuln No e, with 'Ouukor City E.
prcs'' nt Scianton. via ('. R R of N J,
for Phil tdelphla, Atlantic City, Ualthnoi ,
AVabhlngtou und Penasjlvanla btat
Seo tlmo-tublo nnd consult ticket spents
for conneetlons wl(h other lines.
J. C ANDERSON O p, A . New Yot k.
J. B. AVELSU. T 1' A . Scianton. Pa,