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THE SCRAXTON TRTUUJNJ5 MOIJDAI AMifUMHtt, JJ-UUiSMBEIl 7, 189.
llMii"i "l. ' Copyright, 1S90, by SYNOIIFI3. Richard Burgdorf, a yotinsr uerman art ist, whose, nickname is "Prince- Churdo," und Iiis friend, Flurio. a literary student. In tho coursw of their "Waud-ijalir" through Germany, havu reached the end of their resources, and tiiut themselves, weary, footsore ami hungry, ly tho wiy bMu near a (icrninii town. Richard, in whoso artistic ability Klorio has meat faith, sinks lom ami can no no further. Plorio bestirs hliuseif to secure food anti a bed for his friend. After one or two re verses, ho knovki at a promising loukins door. TAUT II. A benign nnil diminutive old woman opened the dour und peered up furi ously at him. His romances nil took tllght. He fore so much gentleness and simplicity hu could invent -with ins. Hlie bade him a friendly Rood day. ".My daughter is out, and the ehil dren. They arc with my son In the Vineyard. Did you want to see my on?" "No," said Florin, helplessly. "My daughter, then'.'" He shook his In ad. She waited wondering. "I'm tired." he stammered, deadly ashamed of his ulterior olijeet. "Would you let me tome in and rest nwhile'."' "Certainly. 1 was eautioiied not to li t trumps and beggars In." she added smiling, "hut I'm sure you are none of that sort." He walked Into the clean, pool kitch en, and sat down opposite a dresser, upon which was a laixe brown loaf and a pitcher of elder. The littlu old lady, pleased to obtain a listener, resumed her Knitting and prattled yulleleslly of her son. her son's wife, her grandchildren's recent measles, the weuther, the vines, the inognostications for the crops, last year's crops, the fowls, the potatoes, the hard times, and her native village fifty years gone. "Why don't I get lip and take It?" Florin asked himself, desperately. "It Is mere prejudice the miserable shackles of conventionality. Somehow, 1 can't beg of this nice old woman, l'.nt It Is evident I must, unless1 I construct the sort of woman of whom I can beg." "Is there any sort of work I could do for you?" he mumbled; "any hoeing or digging or splitting or weeding or watering or chopping'.'" She glanced shrewdly at his faoe.and at his clothes, which. If shabby, were riot those of a laboring man, und an swered placidly: "My Itlaslus does all that and my daughter with other help if needed, but such work Is not for such ns you." "lielng dead famished." he reflected, "and worn out and penniless, I cannot nsk for that bread. If I did not need It. were well fed and rich, I could smirk patronizingly: "Oh, do let me try your barley lout!' And this we call being hiimun. I'd rather be a dog and bay at the moon." Staring straight before him at the dresser, he waited, strangely unable to frame. In words his first venture In mendicancy. If she had only not made that fatally apt allusion to beggars an. I trumps, he was certain he would not hesitate. Involuntarily his Inward hol lowness sought expression in a de spairing groan. She looked up startled. "I have come far," he faltered, "and eaten no dinner today. Could I have a slice of that bread?" His voice was shy and low, his heart heat fast and a Hush overspread his face. "Hless me, why didn't you say so be fore?" She trotted about briskly, set the loaf before him and some cheese. "What would you like to drink?" Ci der's not good on an empty stomach. ' JIT DAUGHTER, THEN?" In a few minutes you shall have n cup of hot coffee! Hless me, bless me! How could I know, at this time of dav? Of course ot Vesper-time I should have offered It." Florio had taken one heavenly mouthful of black bread, when his heart sank with the awful suspicion he might be deceiving her unwittingly. "I have no money," he bluntly an nounced. "Sometimes that happens," returned the little old woman, equably. F03 INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL USE ri'llES AND PHCVKNTR Colds, Coughs, Sore Throat, Influenza, Bron. chitls, Pneumonia, Swelling ot the Joints, Lumbago, Inflammations. 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Sold by Druggists. RADWAY & CO., 65 Elm Street, New York. n n inp .. .o rt Qicnn one sunntQ "iv. the Baeheller Syndicate. He said no more. He simply fell to. He could have wtpt or shouted for thankfulness. If this were begging, he would make the most of it. His heart grew light as the loaf diminished. A sense of security and peace pervaded Us being. He stretched his legs lazily and sn iled at the little old woman, ns she bustled herself about and served his coffee, and fetched some beer, and took evident delight In the dauntlss tiess of his appetite. "Well, you are hungry! " rhe exclaimed, admiringly. "K.ither!" he agreed, continuing doughtily. The more he ate the better tasted the hot coffee. The more coffee he drank, the greater his zest for thick t- tC THE VINTNER PAUSED, HIS FOOT OX THE SPADE. "WHOSE VINE YAK DSV" slices of bread ntid cheese, and on this sulMtartuin he finally poured down a tall mug of beer. At length he leaned bnck. wiping his smiling mouth, and suddenly remem bered t'haidu lying by the roadside. With a niuilled, but robust Impreca tion, he sprang up. "See here, perhaps I am a tramp" "No, no, you have not a tramp's face, my pretty young gentleman. Nor do you speak like a tramp." "If having no money, no work, no food to speak of In days, and not a mor sel since yesterday morning. Is being a tramp, I'm a tramp fast enough, and I'll not deny It. Hut I'm nn hon est man, and I shan't lie a tramp long, I promise you. Now, see here. While I've been gorging myself, beast that I am, my chum's down there In the road, ill and worn out and aching for food. And I Just want you to give me a lot of thlnjrs for him ns fast as ever you can, some of that coffee, and bread, and" "I'll boll him some eggs," she pro posed, briskly. "Engeliinitterc hen! Hull half a doz en. Make up a good parcel, will you anything you happen to have. Cuke, If you have got a bit. He likes cal.e. Or even cold pud big. I don't sup pose you've got a picct of meat? Never mind. A lot of mat cheese, please. It's nwfully good cheese. And what's your name, and your son s nnd the children's, and oil your names? Sonu day I'll come buck in a different fash ion, nnd you'll never be sorry as long as you live that I did my lirst begging in your house. What I've eaten I'll take us a gift from you to me," he went on, with a Hashing smile, and, shaking bothe her hands, "ns your bounty, Alut terehen. and I'll bless you for it while I live. Hut all this pile hero, I'm bor rowing, you understand. I'm your bona fide debtor, and I'll l ay compound in terestyou'll see!" "I see you are a merry young gentle man, and I love your Jest." Somewhat hypnotized by his eagerness and nerve, she committed extensive depredations upon the family larder. "We must all do one another good turns in this world," she said simply, as she handed him a well-filled basket, "And If you don't m'nd my saying it If I were you, I wouldn't call myself tramp and beggar. becuuse,",she added with a smile of yellow sagacity, "some folks never know how foolish they are." "Oh, angel-granny, 1 thank thee for Hint word." thought Klorio hastening down the hill. "It shnll be the corner stone of Clinrdo's fortune." "Nunc plaudite. There's coffee In that beer bottle." Richard whistled. " Pegged or stolen?" "An it please you. borrowed! Por rowed of a friend of mine after lirst dining like an nldermnri myself, of couise. Look out for number one saves nine, is my motto." Florlo returned with a swarrt r, his chest well out, his feet planted far apart, his face Hushed and smiling. Jtichard after a long pull at the com forting bottle, gazed up with affection ute, yet somewhat pathetic eyes, and muttered: "You nra such a donkey!" and turned his face quickly aside. "It's all right, little one. Amuse yourself now with that basket. Stay where you tire and keep house. I'm off for the third trip. They always go three times, my prototypes, you know Noah's weary dove and the other fel lows." Leaving the main road, he struck off at random, by narrow ways through the vineyards, where men In blue blouses were stooping in the strong sunshine hard at work loosening the rocky soil round the vine-roots. "Most of them look as if they might casually suspect what fools they are. I must find one who us Oranny Aristo tle said never knows. This old bump kin may do." Negligently leanlns on a Ftone wall, he gazed at nothing In purthular and began to whistle. Heyonl a surly glance now and then the vintner paid tio heed to the idle fel low, but gradually, after the fashion of even unsocial animals, became vaguely nccustomd or reconciled to his pres ence. When he judged sufficient time had elapsed,' he cautiously lot fall a series of Isolated remnrks of ullra humdrum purport, the vintner re sponding It is true, only l.y grunts, which. however.Florlo ventured to hone were designed rather to sustain, thnn to repress, Intercourse. M anwhile h" relentlessly noted that the blue figures against the brown warm earth, along the whole broad hill, were for the most part fairly young little men advanc ing rapidly from hillock to hillock where tho new small xiwp were push ing, while this man's movements were reluctant und Blow, impeded Uy an Alhoa of formidable dimensions. "TiniRh, t-h?" sub! the lazy youth, seating himself astride the wall. A covert, oracular glance suuiwcrcil him. "Kspeclnlly for one man alone " N response except some rather vin dictive hacking and picking. "In our vineyards, we woul I turn nut a score of men at a time on a little place like this." The vintner lifted his slow gaze. "Although, to be sure. We have no such soil. Our earth is soft as butter. Cur girapes are big as good -sized plums. Our vlneyurdb well, there's money In our vineyards. Only of course we don't sell." The vintner paused,' his foot on his spado. "Whose vineyards?" "My master's." "Who l he?" "Prince Chardo," replied the sunny youth on the wall, and never blinked. "Don't know him," said the man stolidly and resumed his task. Now Frlorlo had had no notion in which direction his wayward genius would leap. He had but meant to win the peasant's confidence and earn n lit tle money. "My master." was said III unpremeditated mischief, but it seemed to the rogue from this moment his course was clear. "I ought not to have been ashamed to nsk seraphic granny for bread, and 1 was. 1 uuiiht to be f ashamed of myself now, and I'm not, on the contrary. Hn nvant! Hurrah for l'rincc t'lmrdo! Hoch!" To be continued. GET THE BEST. One year ago The Tribune compiled Its political handbook, and although It was a Hist attempt, the compilation was easily superior to any similar publication In Northeustern Pennsylvania, and met with a very encouraging sale. It made a vol ume of uhout 100 pages. This year every Important feature of the former Issue Is retained, the whole being corrected and brought up to date, and In addition a val liable mass of the new statistical and gen eral information is added, together with an exhaustive review of the local und na tional political activities of this presi dential year. The Annual for ls7 wMll probably contain over 2UU pages possibly -"0 and every line of It will have been edited ami composed In this office. Among the contents will be: The complete official vote of Lacka wanna, Luzerne, Wayne, Wyoming, Susquehanna and Hradford counties. Rosters of the county officials and court calendars of those counties. Postal Information, with list of post masters In Lackawanna county. Eastern and National league base ball averages, bicycle and racing records and many other sporting statistics and records. , Internal revenue statistics. Coal trade statistics. Proceedings and platforms of the po litical conventions of 1S1K1, with list of the Presidents, Vive-Presidents, Cab inet officers and Speakers of the House since the government waa founded. History of American tariff legislation. iJlgest of State laws relating to mar riage, divorce, voting qualifications and interest rates. Roll of the Fifty-fifth Congress and of the next Pennsylvania Assembly; also list of state officials. Very complete digest of ofilcial census statistics. A digest of copyright and patent laws. Table showing nutritive value of foods. Many valuable household hints, health helps and recioes. A digest of the civil service rules and list of places still open. Facts about our coinage. List of great World's Fairs. Directions to govern one In emer gencies. Brief review of past Presidential cam paigns. Several hundred business pointers, es pecially relating to legal topics. And a vast mass of miscellaneous infor mation, all valuable ami timely, but too voluminous to refer to in detail. We can assure the reading public of Northeastern Pennsylvania that The Tribune Political Handbook for 1897 will be by far the best publication of its kind ever prepared in this stnte. It will answer thousands of questions of all kinds, such as continually urlsc In every household, an 1 will be an Indispensable reference boo,: .n the six counties wherein it will be offered for eaL. Notwithstanding this large Increase In Its scope, the price will remain 25 cents. Note to Advertisers A few desirablo pages yet reinajn open. AUK YOU M'FFOCATIXUt Ingenious Mcclianitni 'I'll at Inform ' You When lo Air Y'our Kooni. From the New York Herald. It is generally believed that when the atmosphere of a room is impure the fact will be sulllciently noticeable to a per son of normal sensitiveness without the aid of an instrument to inform him of tho tact. That this is not so, how ever, is evident to any one who re members how the suffocating odors of an overcrowded meeting room im press their disagreeable presence on a person coming in from the pure air out side, while, to all appearances, the persons in the room are quite unaware of the air being bad To remedy this state of things and show just how bad or otherwise the atmosphere of a room Is a Swiss In ventor has just completed an Instru ment which shows the exact condition of the air. It consists of an airtight glass receptacle, in which is placed a red fluid. A bent glass tube is inserted into this tliiid, and upon this tube the lluid runs, to drop at the rate of one drop in two minutes onto a cord that is stretched by a weight. This lluid lossesses the property of changing color when submitcd to the action of carbonic ucld gas. The more of this gas there is in the air the more pro nounced the change in the color of the lluid. With this fact In mind, the principle on which the Indicator works Is easily understood. The drops of fluid, as they fall on the string, change It according to the condition of the atmosphere. Should the atmosphere be perfectly pure, the stringremalns red all the way down. Should it be slightly tainted, the top of the string appears white. The fouler the air the longer the white mark on the string. Uy the side of the suing runs nn indicator, fraded to show the exact condition of the air. The highest point on the scale marks "pure," the next "passably pure," the neU "bad." and from there down to "very bnd" nnd "extremely bad." The i list rum ill t has been thoroughly tested and found to work perfectly. YOU WILL HE WELL when your Mood is rich, pure and nourishing. Hood's Snrsaparilia makes the blood rich and pure and cures nil blood dis eases, restoring health and vigor. HOOD'S PILLS are eusy to take, easy to operate. Cure Indigestion, headache. 2ic. OUR ORANDnOTHERS, If you will stop and think, you will re member them ns hale and hearty ol women, strict and careful in tilings tin; pertain to all the physical conditions c both her children ami grandchildren careful, because she did not come in con t tct with the present day temptations i fishion. If you remember when shew.', forty-five to fifty-five years of n?e tl; uitiimu of her life she was a plcnsan faccJand rosy cheeked bright-eyed woimu The artificial conditions of a high state civilization has brought about the ticcc: iily for a natural and scientific aid to won in The hustle to keep even with th world's rapid pace, high living and tinnrl ural hours for sleep, brings in its train . fickb nnpetite, an impoverished conditio of the blood, and there you are a fit sul jeet for a deranged functional organism Do you know what this means? It nieun that as a woman you will, when you Icavi this life, have only partially paid you. sacred debt to posterity by leaving a your legacy a weak and puny off spring fivery woman should take Nux-Pllosi'lit during menstruation. Every mot lie: would do well to see that her daughtc: takes it during that critical period when she is budding into womanhood. It will prevent future misery by stretigtening the litnctional organs nnd bringing about r. healthy action of the liver and kidneys and regulate the bowels. It has urevent- ed the total collapse of thousands of wom en when passing the changing point of me. NtJt-ritosprto is sold throuuliout the civilized world, is an absolutely scientific preparation. Endorsed by physicians. If your drtiggi.it is lxjhiiul the aire ami does not keep it, go to an up-to-date drug store or write to us. Tub Ncx-Pilosruo Co , Pittsburgh, Pa. For Sale by Matthews Tiros., John H. Phelps, N. M. Kleke, l.oietir. Ai Koem pel, ('. Lorenz; also (1. W. Davis, C. Hen wood & Co., Providence. WE WANT TO SAY to every man who Is not perfectly satis, tied with his furnishing store, that we would like to try satisfying him. if you have no fault to find, we don't want your trade we enn't do nny more than perfectly satisfy you. Our styles are the lati st, our stock Is large ami we chargx just enough to insure good quality. COifiUflfluX THE innAL AMERICAN TRIP NOkltlbkN MfcAMSHIP COMPANY. Tho Superbly Am.ntcd nnd tiium dious Mm 1 Stc.mifc'iip. NORTHWEST AND NORTHLAND, Anierit'un through nml thrnitKM leave BrfTnlo 'I u-xdnT mil Fridays 9-JO p m. for Cleveland, Detroit, Mackinac, The boo, Cuiuth, iul Viotcrn t'oinu, pluming all I'liiecsof interest by luylicbt In connection with THfi tiREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY, It forms the most liirect route, and from cr err . tut of tonipnriauii. the most delightful Mid cnmfortsl 1" on t" Vinncnimllii. St. Paul, tfreat Fails, Helena, I-utte. Kpokdne nnd Pa cine coast. The onlv trm:nontliiBiitl ins runnlne the famous buffet, library, obaerrit tion car. Nw 07 l-enr tr.i'n for Portland ! ftpokant HOTEL LAPAVETTE, Lake Allnnetonka, l miles from M inieaimlif, largest and nicst teantinl resort in the west. 'iiekatsand any information of any agent or A. A. HEMiD, General Pussenger agent. Buffalo, N. Y. THE LEADER 124-126 Winning Ai IT IS oheIT YOUR SACRED DUTIES To visit our stores during our special sale of (I Wo have without exception the largest and finest assortment of Hrlc-a-Urae, .Manicure Sets. Jewel Poxes, Work lloxes. Glove und Handkerchief lioxes, Odor Sets. Slipper Coses, Necktie Boxes, Albums, Jewelry, Leather tioods, Kans nnd Toilet C'uses. In fuct anythiiiK that we could icssihly be expected to have. Space will not permit us to enumerate them all; we can only ossuro you that you will posi tively lose money unless you Inspect our offerliiKs nnd study our prices. Our lino of Silks. Dress Uoods, Cloaks. Suits, Hosiery. Underwear, Gloves und I'mbrellas could not bo Improved upon either la quality, taste or assortment and h'tro also tho prices ure astonishingly low. Wi! utter this week : 30 pieces of the latest designs in drapery silks, Just the thlnif for coveriiiK cush ions and for draperies, from 4!V. up. Special sale of even I at' silks In all the new effects at file., Swu., $l.uu and $1,111. Just received V) pieces latest designs in black Moire Valour silks. We offer Lime at !c Jl.L'O, $l.t!t anil $1 .US. CO pieces groKrnln, also satin Duchess bro cade, price ranKiiiK from We. to $l.atf a yard, 5,tK yards fancy silks for street wear, prices ranBiiiK from t'Jc. to J-.ao a yard. All of our finest novelty dress patterns have h.-'cn marked at exactly one-half of former price. All of our stylish und high-class wool drcsj Hoods ul a reduction uf 35 per cent. 25 dozen finest head-rests, in hand-painted, satin and embroidered efteuts, price raiiKlng from ic. to itw. Rennnlssnnce. Tidies, Dressur Covers unci Throws of every description from J'Jc. to I'J.iiV a piece. In tho Art Goods Department you will Und a complete line of stumped linens of every description. 75 ladles Kersey coats, In black and tan, the latest front and buck, worth $4.1W, OUR PRICK, $193 4,"i ladles' Kersey Jackets, shield fronts, inlaid Velvet collars, worth $.".), OUR PRICK, $2.!K Ladies bom le and Kersey jackets, new four-in-haiul fronts, black, navy and brown, perfect lilting, worth OUR PRICK, $1.39 SO misses' reefers In mixed cheviots, coat collar and box front, worth JI.'.'S, OUR PRICK, S9e, 100 misses' reefers, plain und mixed goods, sizes 4 to 14, some braid trimmed, worth $3.uo, OUR PRICK, $1.79 SO ladles' boiicle Kersey and seal plush capes, fur and braid trimmed, worth $:i.uo, OUR PRICK, $.'.!)5 10 dozen flannelette wrappers, assorted put turns and colors, yoke back and front, int. I J trimmed, wide skirts, worth $1.25, OUR PRICK, SHu. LEBECK & CORIN Oriental Rugs And (ARPETS AND FINE JAPANESE VASES. We have just received the finest line of Oriental Rugs, Japanese Vases and China ware Just the kind to select a nice holi day present from. If you like to save great many dollars, cumo and see our stuck. HIGHAELIAM BROS, & GO., 124 Washington Ave. THE UfiU lUBUUUU UUM ROQiHS I fiiiO 2, CO!tl'LTHS'L'Cfi, SCRANTON, PA, MADE AT M003IC AND RUflH DALE WORKS. LAFL1N ft RAND POWDER CO'S ORANGE GUN POWDER Electric Pat torics, r.leetrln r.xolo.lors. fjr ox pluUlug blHsts, iSu.'ety r'uso. uud Repauno Chemical Co.'s exploIiVes. JAMES MOIR, THE InCHT TAILOR Raj Moved U HI New Quarter. 402 Lackawanna Avenue. Entrance on lids next to First National Bank. He ha now In a f Comprising BTerythlmj req iIsPa for fine Merchant Tailoring. And the sam can be ebowo to ndvuntnge in his eplcn dioly fitted up room A SPECIAL INVITATION Is extended to All Readers of The Trio mate Call oo "OLD RELIABLE" la HI New Biulaej Home mm? pnwnPD rn mm FINING AND BLASTING e am THE HIT CONHELL CO., Gas and Electrls Fixtures, The Welsbach Light At Reduced Prices. 434 Lackawanna we. Uanufaoturara of the Celebrated l881 CAPAClTYl ioo.ooo Barrels per Acium DU FONT'S MuMG. BLASTING AND SPORTING Vanufaetured at the Wapwnllopen Mill. Luzerne county. Pa., and at Wil mington, Delaware. HENRYBEUN.Jp. General Agent for the Wyoming District US WVOMINO AVENUE. Scranton, P Third National Bank Building. AOENCIE3: TH03. FORD. I'lttston, Pa. JOHN B. SMITH & tfuN. Plymouth. Pa. E. V. MULLIGAN, Wilkes-Barre. Pa. Agents for tho Itepauno Chemical Conv (any's lllh Explosives. SB What Sarah Bernhard say. W2I lisSTOnES VITAU7V Mads Well Mar 3.iK Air "... B .r icta I:-.t W? f Me. Tt.E tiPiAT soih Diiv. produces tin-niiovereMitU In ::orfn?ti. It a-ti Ij,it.-i-liil!y ancj .luii kly. (,'uien when aH othiTHiaii Yoiihtf mill will regain tlimr lost uiuuliuori.and olu i.iui will teeaver their youthful vmor by iihIiik ItKVIVO. It quickly and Mirely rpMturrti Nervniig-li.-KK, Lost Vitality. IiufKiiiiu-y. Nii:tly tiuishKin-, Ln-it l'uuer. I'otlrw M inory, MTuhtiuir f)l wqulh. and o:i ciiec-tn ot Helt-alitisn or exec-Hand imliwrction v.'ncli unlit oue ter B'tt'iy hin-infPHormnrriugc. Ii :iut only currn liy K jirnuB at tlieM-nt of d.rair.liu' h: nerval m r.e f cmio nml lilunil hnililer. hrins Ing l.v.'k the i:iK fc-low to ralr elieek'i evil it xtoriiiK the fin- of jmith. It wards on" In.Jii.il and I'onsiiinptien. Ini,t eu tiamiK KLVIVt.', u tl;.!r. It can he rtrricd i;i vet roeket. liy mm. 1.0( per luxiiaKc. or nil ljr :?3.ml, with u pin vi written (tiiiirantoe to euro or rcTur :.c iiionv' , Ciivul.-.i-i.-i'ii. 'nr:e'" - ch!Cs For Solo by MATTHEWS ItltOS., Drug gist Scranton, Pa. DGLAWARK AXD HLUSO.V TIME TAIH.E. On Monday, Xov 23 trains will h avu Scraiw tun as follows: I'or Curbondale 5.13 7..m. S.S3. 10.15, u. m.i U.iX) noon; 1.21, 2.20. 3 , 5.2u. .L'i. 7.57, 9.10. 1Q30, II. .hi II. 111. For Ali-nnv. Saratoga, .Montreal, Bos ton. New Ihit'land poiuia, ttc 5.45 a. m.; 2.2H p. m. Tor lloiicsdale 5.43, 8.53, 10.15 a. m.; 12.00 neon, 2.2", 6.'-5 1'. m. For WllkeB-ltarre d.-l."i, 7.13. 8.45, 9..18, 1ft. 15 a. m.i 12.tCi. 1.2U, 2.2S, 3.33, 4.41, 7.r.n. D.l'l. ll.W ! m. For New York. Philadelphia, otc, vU T.i-hlsh Valley Hnllrnnd .4.". 7.45 a. m.; 12.05,' 1.20, 3.211 (wilh liluek Llmond Mx. press), 11.20 :. in. For Pennsylvania Railroad points 6.45, 9.W a: in.: 2."0, 4.41 p. ni. For westi m points, via T.ohig-h Valley Itnilroad-7.45 a. in.; 12.03. 3.3.1 (with BUt Diiiinond i:xpressi 11.30, 11. ."Ji p. in. Trnln.i will orrivo at Senintun ns fol lows: From Cnrhondale- and the north 6.40. 7.40, 8.40. 9.31, 1H.4II a. m.i K'.OO noon: 1.03 2.24. 3.25, 4.37. 5.45. 7.15, 9.45 and 11.25 p. m. From Wllkea-Hnrre and the south 5 40, 7.r0. 8 50, 10.1U. 11.55 n. m.i 1.10, 2.14, 3 4S. 6.22, 0.21, 7.53, 9.03. 9.45, 11.52 p. m. J. W. lU itDICK. (1. P. A., Albany, N. Y. II. W. Cross, L. 1. A., Kcranton, I'a. I ROBINSON'S SONS' Lager Beer Brewery lut Uay. i M i ; IkM f$0 RAILROAD TIME-TABLES Schedule In Effect June 14. 1895. Train Leave Wilkes-Barra as Follows 7.30 a. m., week days, for Sunbury. Harrisburjr, Philadelphia. Baltl. more, Washington, and for Pitt, burg and the West. 10.15 a. m., week days, for Hazleton, Pottsville, Reading, Norristown, and Philadelphia; and for Sun bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and Pitts, burg and the West. 3.17 p. m., week days, for Sunbury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Baltt more, Washington and Pittsbur") and the West. 3.17 p. m., Sundays only, for Sut bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphl and Pittsburg and the West. 6-CO p. m., week days, for Haztetoi and Pottsville. J. K. WOOD, acn'l Past. Agent. S. M. PRLVOST, General Manager. LEHIGH VALLF.Y ItAIItOAD SYS- . . TKM. Anthracite Coal t'sed Exclusively Insur. ,5 Slw'iiHness nnd Comfort. leoJ8,A, Nf, I'KAVK 8CRANTON'. For Ph adWphla and New York via D. ttihuk IHamond Kxpress) and 11.30 p. in. hor Plttston and Wllkes-Hurre via D. i.v. o.no and 8.47 p. m n,i0r.,M'h!te,HaVun' Hasleton, Pottsville 1! 10lm8 ln the coal resioim p. m " t45 a' m'' 1- 05 anJ 1U For Bethlohom, Enston. Reading, Hai r HliuiK ami piincipnl intermediate sta-''!-" .V.!J H- . a. m.. ' 'i'.3:a (I'lack Diamond Express), 4.41 und 11.30 p. m. For Tiinkhannuek. Towanda. Elm'ra, itnnca, Ueiieva and prlncipul intermedlats stations via IV, L. & W. R. R 6. 00. 8.08, 9.55, a. m.. 12.20 and 3.40 p. m. for Ueiieva, Rueheater, Buffalo, Niagara ra.ls, Chleatio and ul) points west via D. II. R. R., 7.45 a. m.. 12.05, 3.33 (Black Dl4 niond hxpress). 9.50 and 11.30 p. m. I ullman parlor and sleeping or Lehigs V11 1 ey chair curs on all trains brtwwn ui e?,"l!i,r.re Rml Nfw York. Philadel phia, Buffalo and Suspension Bridge. ., "ni'ilN II. WILBUR. Oen. Supt. CIIAS. 8 ,KK, Oen. Pass. Agt.,Phlla, Pa. A W- . NNNEMACIIEn. Asst. Oen. Pass Agt., South Bethlehem, Pa. Scrunton Olllce. 309 Lackawanna avenue. Del., Lack, and Western. Effect Monday, October 19, 1895, Trains leave Scranton as follows: Ex press for New York and all points East. 1.40. 2.50. 6.15, 8.00 and 9.55 a. m.; HO and 3.33 p. m. Express for Enston, Trenton, PhiladeL phla and tho South, 6.15, 8.00 and 9.C5 a, m.! 1.10 and 3.3 p. in. Wushlimton and way stations, 3.45 p. m. Tobyhanna accommodation, 6.10 p. m. Kxpress for Hinchumlon. Oswego, El n,ua. Corning, Rath. Dnnsvllle, Mount Morris und Buffalo, 12.20, 2.35 a. m., and 1.51 p. m., making close connections at Buffalo; to ull points ln the West, Northwest on) Southwest. Rath accommodation, 9.15 a. m. IiiiiKhamton and way stations. 1.05 p. m. Nicholson accommodation, 5.15 p. m. p. ni, IiiiiKhamton and Elmlra express. 5.5J p. ni. Express for Utloa and Richfield Springs, 2.35 a. m., and 1.55 p. m. Ithaca 2.35 and Bath 9.15 a. m, and 1.5! p. m. For Northumberland. Plttston, Wilkes Parre, Plymouth, Ploomsburg and TVin vlllp, milking close connections nt North umberland for Willlnmsport, Harrisburg, Lalthnore, Washington and the South. Northumberland and Intermediate sta tions, 0.0ft, 9.55 a. m. and 1 55 nnd fi.00 p. tn. Niintlcoke and Intermediate stations. 80J and 11.20 a m. Plymouth and Intermediate stnt Inns, 3.40 nnd 8.17 p. m. I'ullmnn parlor and sleeping coaches on all express trains. For delnlled Information, pocket tlmn tables, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, city ticket office, S?' Lackawanna avenue, ur depot ticket ofllce. Central Railroad of Kcw Jersey. (Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.) Anthracite coal used exclusively, Insur. lug c-ieanllness and comfort. TIME TAH1.H IN EFFECT NOV. 15, 1891 Trains leave Scranton for Plttston. Wllkcs-r.arre, etc., nt 8.20. 9.15. 11.30 a. m., 12.45 2.00, 3.05, 6.00, 7.10 p. in. Sundays 9.00, u. m, l.oo, 2.15, 7.10 p. m. For Atlantic City, 8.20 a. m. For New York, Newark and Elizabeth, 8,20 (express) a. nt., 12.45 (express with Buf fet pnilor car), 3.06 (express) p. m. Sun day. 2.15 P. m. Train leaving 12.45 p. m. arrives nt Philadelphia, Rending Term inal, 6.22 p. m. and New York 8.00 p. m. For M.iuch Chunk, Allentown, Bethle hem, Enston and Philadelphia. 8.20 a. m 1' 15 3.05, 5.00 (except Philadelphia) p. in. Sunday, 2.15 p. m. For Long Branch, Ocean Orove, etc, at S.20 a. m. and 12.45 p. m. For Reading, Lebanon and Harrisburg. via Allentown, 8.20 a, m., 12.45, 6.00 p. m. Sunday. 2.15 p. m. For Pottsville, 8.20 a. m, 12.4a p. m. Returning, leave New York, foot of Lib erty street, North River, at 9.10 (express) u. m. 1.10, 1.30, 4.15 (express with Buffet uariof carl p. m. Sunday. 4.30 a. m. Leave Philadelphia. Reading Terminal. 9.00 a, m , 2.00 and 4.30 p. m. Sunday, .2J "'Through tickets to nil points at lowest rates mav be had on application In ad vance to tho ticket agent at the station. v II. F. BALDWIN, Oen. Pass. Agt. J. H. OLIIAVSEN. Oen. Supt. Eric and Wyoming Valley. Effective Nov, 2. Trnlns leave Scranton for New York, Nevvbiirgh nnd intermediate points on Erie, also for Hnw'.ey and local points st 7.05 a. m. and 2.28 p. m., and arrive from above points at 10.23 a. m., 3.18 and 9.31 p. m. sen vro divikio. In t;flect October llli. I Mitt. North Bound, aoaioiT fco'itli Hound. ui Viil, Stations IV 2 1- h (Trains Pally. Ex- S S j 3 x 1 cei't Mindny.) j 5 a' h Arrive Leave I .1 7N. Y. Franklin s:.j . ..' 7 in Wtst 4'.'tnl street, . 7 4i f M .1 iiti wcenuwKen , p 11 Arrive Leave a ' M .1 1 15 llaucixjn Jiinclloo 3i KM a :, 3411 .Vt S59 8.6 9i9 9 19 urn Hancock Hit-Hl lmoi 12 to lit sr.! :if it; iiirti fllM' II '! 60 11 84 NlnriU'ht Preston Park ( '01110 Pnyntelle li'llMO'lt Plensant Mt. Pnlondalo Fnrest city Carbondae White Bridge Mnyfteld Jennyn Archibald Wlnfon rrckvllle Oln hint I'rlceburg Throop Providence I'arlt Place 7114 8 34 IT 07 f3 3R f tfifll'O; f n tiiSil I 41 II 6 3.11 H (. : II I V H-.Kll Hi 1: n 11 4.1 714 S4.V 7 KO, 8 51; 7v8 IM 7V7 159 7 3 '4 4 01 7 84 4 6T, 7M 410 ! 39 4 14: lt8 II 117 ti ill 11 tr 8 1-i II HI 6 15 II u um 17 41 f4 17: 10 10 45 ecra? ' m 7 4 S 4 40! r si a m Leave Arrive 1 ir ' All tratrs run dally except. Sunday. f. sUulues that trains stop on signal for ras. sengers. vecure rates via nntarto a Western before purch.Klntr tickets and save money. Day and Klgbt Impress to the West. J. C, Anderson, Den. Past Ant. ' T. FUtcroft, DW. l asa, Agl Scranton, pa.