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TIIE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 30, 189. 9 The Masters By MAYNE LINDSAY. (Riulna M. Hopkins.) Copyright, ISM, by the SYNOPSIS. Charlie RxJ.-iili-. s uin i hiti inlent of polli-e In tin- Tinill iiutrli't. liullu. u iimu ltuiiir.1 In the Wilis awl siiliteifimes of unlive miitufai'tu's. Is much troiibliil by iitsum ilia. Wliilf In en mil, one mIkIu. In the Jimi'le, lu'lnji nn:iMi to slii'i', hi' spoils nluiiK an uniisvil path, lie suddenly cunns upon a party of nun before n lire. lk listens to tlu-lr conversation. They prove to lie a retired merchant, Wu.lM All, a veteran soldier. Jan Khan, and three oth ers, who possess the secret of proloiiMl'iK lite. Tln-y are discussing the wisdom of paining possession of certain secret treas ure, lOsdiille draws near to listen, Htinn liles and falls in front of the party. He is Felssed, but is released on Wnjtd Ali's u.l-vl.-e. Ksdaile Hives his word to remain Flletit. and Wajid All explains to him the finding of a marvelous powder, made by a wizard, which prolongs life. IWItT IV. "It chnnceil nt last," contintleil U'.ijM Mi. "thtit I fell In with Jan Khan le ie. ami I fmiinl a motive for li Ini. Jan Khan Is a soldier, he has fought Mil l lamiialiriieil inure than most ill' n. He lias been the soldier r.f fortune, ami fortune has paid him vvll. It happened loin; airo that he was idle of the bodyguard of the riddling prince of Owalinr, You know the story nf the ilwalior treasure how they se.uelied for it not many years since, i!i!,v,inK anil tapping anil miniim; to ilis. oMi' notliiim. The mahaiajah anil find his people were very clever, but they were looking in the wtoiir place. The treasurer was hidden too securely for them to discover; but Iheie Is one man who knows where It is, und that m ill Is here." "Ay, I know," said Jan Khan, Ills deep voice booming in suddenly. "I v.as one of the men that buried It, In the ile ml of niylit, workliiR like moles In the darkness. We were promised a treat reward, and we were picked men. I can picture it now the fear und con fusion that there was in the palace, the word of Invasion coming ever near er and nearer, ami the callins of us to secrecy in the nialiarajah's presence. Ko we burled It. and we had nur re ward, lly the intervention of Allah I heard a word whispered that meant death, and when the work was done I left everything and lied into the night. There was an order that we were to jret our pay for what we had done. They went -the others and they did not return. It is not well to he trust ed with tile secrets of princes." He relapsed into silence again, 'you see," said Wajid All, "what he speaks Is no lie. I met this man. and foregathered w ith him, and out of our two minds mine for the most part we formed this tliinir. Here are two Kfeat gifts, riches and life, the things that hold power and greatness if they are used aright, in our hands, and it is to our honor that we have not squan dered them. Will you hear the er.il. sahib?" "Since I have given my word, I may ns well hear all," said Ksdaile. "tiur plan, then, is to be rulers of the land; to pick, as the time goes on, the wisest men and join them to us so that their intellect may work with us. We have time enough, and 1 see the time coming when you English will let the empire slip from your fingers, and It will he well for the man that is at hand to catch it. You are eaten up with dis sensions at home, and your speakers and governors in Kngland do not know the Worth of what they hold. Why there are many of them that are ready to let it go even now. Is It not true that even the "Laf sahib Is made to listen to the babble of llitle men and obey them, by your laws, so that he Is made a laughing stock to his servants? Uo they not come here and listen to the idle tales of Jtengalis and schoolmas ters, and go away full of them, to work mischief? nh, yes, I know it. This thing was not when 1 was a young man; It has come of late years, and it tlie worth of what they hold. Why, wo were to rise up tomorrow these fools that :'ou set to make your laws would applaud us, though it were to their shame and the dow nfall of your empire. They are pleased when a liengali stands up and speaks sedition; they put thorn even to rule over us, the children of the true faith! We ruled the land before ever you came, and we will rule it again, for it was made for Us. You that govern here are good men and wise, for the most part, but your time Is nearly "over. You are far away from the heart of your country, and the sedition-mongers have it all their own way. Who cares that you come lieie and tile in harness? They only lllng mud at you when you are not there to reply to them. Y'our work Is good, It will endure, but you will not ' reap the benefit, for you will be har assed and denied even while you do It, and then you will be forgotten. Ah, sahib, I am not without knowledge. To you I say be one of us. Leave this working for masters that scoff at you and join us; you will not tlnd us un grateful." Ksdaile rose nml looked round upon the little gathering. "Five men and the greatest power In the world!" he said. "Do you know the people you would turn against? The babblers at Westminster are not the voice of the Kn&llsh, Your words are as meaningless ns a madman's." "The bablers ruin, though, while you concern yourselves only about your word," said Wajid AH, with a chuckle, i "They have leisure enough to misgov ern. Your hands are tied, and you know It. Five men? Yes, it is few enough, but there will be more pres ently. I have taken twenty years to choose these men, and I huve not chosen them foolishly. Jan Khan lu re is a soldier; he can fight, and he can stir up other men to light. Azim ud-din yonder Is n man versed In the knowledge of ways and means, and of ail the mysteries of money. He shall be our financier. The two remaining have silver tongues to charm men Their work hns already begun, and there are many who hang upon their words even now. And you, sahib" turning suddenly "shall be a. power, too! You shall organize and watch, : and feel the pulse of the country with me. Five men only! Did not an Idle tale of some discontented sepoy set the country blazing forty years ago, and . does the nature of the eastern man change In a day? There were no lead ers then, only men greedy for spoil and revenge, else you would not have con quered as you did. I know my people; and I know that the thing I hope for Is not only possible, but will certainly come If I strive for It. It is not idle lust of power, either, this, but the de of the Art. Bacheller Syndicate. sire to work our country good and to free It fiom you aliens for aliens you are for all your nolile work. Wo will respect your memory, but the time will come when you must leave our land to us. So few, you say. sahib? The man that is the Master of life, that is crip pled by no fear of the sickness that overshadows his brothers, Is worth more than you can realize. We are I lie Masters of the Art of living, and we shall win. once and for all, will you Join us'.'" There was a Ions pause. Then said Ksdaile. iiilclly: "You know that I cannot. I have been wondering nt your audacity in proposing It. You are a stranue man, Wajid Ali." Wajid Ali bent forward and caught the Knglislmian by the coal. 1 am not so sure," be said. "Think of the little children, sahib. You are it pour niaii now; how are you going to send them back to Kngland. und keep the mem sahib from fading before your eyes? Is your government grate ful enough to do that? Yet you have worked long anil hardly for it. Think of your sous. Kngllshnien that will be, and of tlie life here that Is sapping the blood from them every hour. What would you not have been if you had gone home as other men's children did? The taint of the east has dogged you. Ah! that makes you wince, but It Is true. With us your pay would be in proportion to your service, and you know how we estimate that. Not for yourself, no, but for the wife, sahili the wife and the children that are dear er than your life! It Is a barren scru ple that prevents you benefiting them." The man's voice, pleading out of the half-light, had surely magic In It. Ks daile saw the struggle for existence that he fought for so long ended at once, and forever. The children; what a chord that touched; It was true that to lie easternbred as he was carried with it loss of caste and privilege, and It maddened him to think that the bit terness of It lay before those that should come after him. It was a taint, though he had never avowed it before. And then to give his wife back her youth In an Knglish home, though he must stay and Ah! what was it he would stay und do? Madness to think of It: madness, and worse than that. He faced round again. "Not another word, Wajid All," he said. "I am weak from want of sleep and unmanned, else surely I should not have listened thus far to you. I am not to be bought, not even with such a bribe as you offer. Fortunate for you that my lips are sealed, otherwise I should hold you up to ridicule us a man that was fool enough to try to bribe an Knglishman. Your treasure, too, is not yet in your hands, und all your babble of power and riches may be of less consequence than the slight est accident that might reveal the hid den wealth to others. For my part I think your talk Is Idle vaporing. Im practicable and vain, though 1 agree that you have the appearance of wise men, but for your loudness in choosing a meeting place In this wild jungle. I am no skeptic. I know too much; but this wild scheme of yours Is too roman tic for me. And here a word of ad vice. Tlie empire Is not built on as un stable a foundation as you think. You have looked only on the surface, and you underestimate the obstacles before you. Remember the thousands of Eng lishmen that have died for It here, on this very soil and think If the na tion to which they belong would have sent them forth unheeding. Think of the network of careful government that covers all the land, und the use we have made of the lesson of forty years since that you mentioned just now. And when was east ever pitted against west that it did not sucsumh, sooner or later? The reins are not slipping from our hands; it is that we have seen our way to a broader, nobler rule than per haps your nature can comprehend. I will not argue with you further, be cause there are some things too sa cred to be spoken of unadvisedly, and, as I said before, I am dazed and be wildered now. If ynu win your treas ure there is use enough for that with out overturning the cleanest govern ment your country has known. Look uround at your millions of fellow coun trymen, poverty-stricken, sick and struggling, and reflect If It could not benefit them. As you say, power Is the best of the trinity that money run give, but the power of charity only. Lot this money lie cleansed from its blood stain by the thanksgivings of the poor, to whom it can give blessings your Mus ulman empire could never distribute. As for your precious gife of life, you are handling edged tools, and you may lind it to be no benefit, but a bitter curse. I will huve none of It." TO HE CONCLUDED. MINE STATISTICS FOR THE YEAR. Number Killed and Injured During Twelve Months Knding lcc. I. The statistics prepared by the mine Inspectors of the two Lackawanna dis- TheBestoKs tLPbest(t1iebS - offiorwniim ha- n c 0 Tb Cottolra trade msrki r "fWlotrtu" and mar t htad n eotton-ptant wrcoM on every Ua, Thg M. K. PAIRBANK OOMPANV, Cklcaco, Raw lark, PaiUdclahla, Pitttban. trlcts show that in the first district during the year ending Dec. 1, ISStt, there were a total of IMi accidents, of which 45 resulted fatally, leaving 17 widows and 50 orphans. In ISiKi there were 15S uccidents, 37 being fatal with 18 widows and 58 orphans, and In ls'.M the record was 14 accidents, 52 proving fatal with 25 widows and S5 orphans. In the Second district the past year there were 2l2 uccidents, 4.0 ha ing a fatal result, causing 15 pillows tiiid 39 iiiidiiiiiM In is!).", the record was accidents, 811 of which were fatal, with j Tl widows und 7t! orphans, und In ISH4 the summary was lti:i accidents, 33 be ing fatal, with 9 widows and 2S orphans. A WELL-KNOWN RAILROAD MAN. Richard Hall is one of the oldest en gineers on the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western road. His home is on South Main avenue, but for many years lie lived on Hampton street. Mr. Hull returned from the civil war In is:l and shortly afterwards began "braking" on the Delaware. Lackawanna and West em road. In a I'e.v months he was pro moted as fireman on the "John I. liluir," riiuiiiuga train from Scraatoii to I lamp ion Junction. Early in 'III .Mr. Hall uguili went to the field of battle and was wounded at Antietam. After the A Hi W ENGINE Kit Itli'lIAUD HALL. war he again began work us a fireman, working on the Southern division und in September of '65 he was made an engineer of n coal train. Since that time he has been un engineer. He has never lost u day's work for misconduct and he was never discharged. Mr. Hall was the first engineer to run a Delaware. Lackawanna and Western train with the air brake attachment; in fact he made the trial test on this road He also was among Hie first to run a Hum with the vacum brake, in run a. train wit li the vacuum brake, iu lMifi the boiler of .Mr. Hall's engine ex ploded while bis train was standing on a switch at Washington, N. J. Mr. Hall and his fireman were on the en gine at the time and both men were thrown many leet in I he air, Mr. Hall landing on one of the cms u limit forty feet from the demolish. 'd engine. He was but slightly hurt although a severe scalp wound necessitated his conllne nii nt to home lor several weeks. This Is only one of the thrilling In lidciils of Mr. 1 fall's life as an engineer, in ic.;u one of the most interesting steel lail chases on record, in which Mr. Hall fimiied, took place on the South ern or main Delaware, Liu kawunna and Western division. Mr. Hall was engineer on a coal train and on the eventful morning under discussion, his engine was pulling u train of coal cars bound for Washington. When Moscow was leached the train was stopped in order to "switch" a car. The particular car was near the end of the trip und when the engine pulled ahead to make the sw itch two cars and a caboose were left standing on the up track. The caboose was about forty feet away from the two cars and all brakes were on. Somehow the brukej on the two cars loosened and they rolled down toward the caboose. The speed wns so great that when the cur-w ith-the-reil-Iight was struck the brake chains were broke and away started the car for Scranton on the up-track. The danger was im minent. At any lime u train might be coming from Scranton und u bad col lision would result. Mr. Hull saw the danger. He ran his engine a few rods down to the Moscow station where Martin Hurd, conductor of the train, had stopped the two coal cars after I hey had bumped the now invisible caboose. Says Mr. Hall: anew YRra The PEOPLE'S Paper, j 'Z. GIFT, I - . "j Ml I f Vs-y h.i. i f : . v (If Ul-IJ 14 1, J lVl.l .L.WW.l U.l J,1IV L-II.IVI ll.C.W .J V1J &-1.IV )) V t ) moraine or itiyery yyorKiug uay ac u 41 Cent Do You Want tlie Best Telegraph News? Do You Want the Best Political News? Do You Want the Best Society News ? Do You Want the Best News of All Kinds, Published In a Bright, Concise and Independent manner? If You Do, Fill Out This Blank and Send to Tlie Scranton Tribe oi 31101 WasMngtaDi Aysiae, Scraitra, Pa. . ( j Do You Want the Best News of Al l Kinds, Publislied In j I Deliver The Scranton Name Address m lS'uP ljlTj "unfi&i nZrfi Jt3Lin o"iriii "Mart, we must catch that caboose." "fan we do It."' asked Hurd as he jumped on the engine. "line thing is certain." responded the engineer; "it wv siuii we i..u... . it." And down the line the Went oil tlie "down" truck chasing the flying cali.ov. Uesidcs Mr. Hall and tlio conductor Fireman Dun Ural nurd was on the engine. The three men. with determination in each face, looked ahead for the runaway while the en gine with full power on sped down th" track at u great speed. Seven n.iles were covered before tlie dying caboose was overtaken. Then came the i(Ues tion: "How can we stop it?" The en gine was on one track, the caboose on the oi her and the speed was too great to permit of running ahead and switch ing In front of th" dying machine. So. Winn the tender of tlie engine was within the collect distance from the caboo.se I lie three men held out a large Iron hook nml cubbing it in thff rear platform of the caboose they at tempted to hold it. Tlie book was pulled from their hands. Another try was made with another hook. This lime It was a success and the runaway was hroiu'.hl to a standstill. Then the news of the great chase reached the newspapers. Mr. li;.il itli the other two. were much lauded for their glim devotion to duty u:ul the big com pany. This is Richard Hull, lie is now years of age and is nckoucd among the most trusted men on tlie road. He has been treasurer of the Delaware l.acl aw ati'i i and Western Mutual Aid for the past ten years. FOfl INTERM UNO EXTERNAL USE ITltF.SANII I'KBVKNT CnMs, Cnuirhs, Sure Threat, Influenza. Itmn. Uiltls, Pneumonia, dwelling f Ihe Juiiitt, l.umbuKO, Inlianimutiun, SB. uuuillil 1 ILMlua ItUUIIIIUUIIta FROSTBITES, CHILBLAINS, HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE, ASTHMA, DIFFICULT BREATHING. CITRUS THIS WORST PAINS in from one to twenty minutes. NOT ONE HOt'fl after reading this advertisement need any one SUFFER WITH I 'A IN. Railway's tteuily Relief la a Sure Cure (or livery Pain, Sprains, llruiset, Pains in the Hack, Clit-t or l.lnibi. 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A SPECIAL INVITATION la Extended to All Header ol The Trib. una to Call on "OLD klXI AIil.E" In Mis New Business Home THE 1961 FIDE j ROOMS I AND 2, CORI'LTH Q'L'D'G, SCRANTON, PA, POWDER HADli AT MOOSIC AND RUH VAL& WORKS. LAFLIN & RAND POWDER CO'S ORANGE GUN POWDER Electric Ratter tin. Ehwtrin Explotlora, for us plod lu blast fj, Sttfuty Fuso, huJ Repanno Chemical Co. 'a explosives. Humber Quality Leads. chase ii mm 515 Lindti StrcaL Tlio Only Manufacturers of Rubber & Stamps In the City. Scranton Rubber Stamp Works. CHASE 4 FARRAR. PROFS. 515Lindsi Street. Made a 9 -ik) - ':' wen rviar. til lny. of ivic. TKE GPtAT .toth I):iy. riiENCii ixiarcsxTsr proilijt'pA the nbnvr rtvHillH In 30 liiyti. It n U l', riiilly anuitnii kly. Cures Mlien ult thor fail Voting iiir-n will ri'ain tli ir Int manliooil.aiut r-M Iih 11 will rorover t hir VfHithlul viuor by iimnx II5;V! VO. it ipiirklv atxl Ntirt l.v rcstorcH Nervous- ,i)ft Vitality, Jmnotciiry, Nightly Kmissionr, Lost I'uwer. la I nur M.iii'ny, Wa-titm liirnan'i. u'nl nil fllcfti ot s lt-:j!ni:;e or ic;-k nint iruh.-cri iio:: Iiieh niititM .m-1 lur rtjly. !mi,ic!:s ir lnfium!". I' ,n,t only r'WA iy h , ti!i': .tt Mitr wat ot ti. ea:je. I :i i::aifn-at wrr tnnv nut lilonil tiiiil lrr. hri-: i'n; I ack tin t:nk ylmv to ;ili rfirrk- a ,o i tn'jn tlv (in tif oiith. It want off man!:, iiii (oriviiini'tioii. Ii.ii-t n It'.vn.R i!r;V!V,: i!icr. It t-an tic r.r-Tinl ii y--t l'C ket. i.tv I.fKM'-r ia.--kasrc.r six toW- 5.tn, with n . -.vri:tf;n tjiririiiitru tire or 1t!l. ::i'inr,V "iitll:.l'f7"'. A'Mrvss For Sale by MATTIIRVVS DUOS.. Druj wmm msm. , SclleJule In Lifect November 15, iS)i. Trains Leave Wilkes-Barra as Follows 7.30 a. m., week days, for Sunbury, rzM-s ..i-c 7ti Harrisburrc. rhilacielphia, Balti more, Viashinton, and for Pilti burg and tho West. 10.15 a. m., week days, for Hazleton, Pottsvillc, Reading, Norristown, and Philadelphia; and for Sun bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and Pitts burg and tho West. 3.15 p. m., week days, for Sunbury, Harrisbiirg, Philadelphia, Balti more, Washington and Pittsburg and tho West. 3.15 p. m., Sundays only, for Sun bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, and Pittsburg and the West, 6.00 p. m., week da3, for Hazleton and Pottsvillc. J. tt. WOOD. Qen'l Pj. Aj.-nt. S. M. PRBVOST, (Jcnerul Manngcr. RAILROAD TIME-TABLES Del., Luck, and Western. Effect Monday, October 19, 1891 Trains leave Scranton as follows: Ex frusa for Now York and alt points Bast, 40. 2.50, 6.16. atW and V.66 a, ax.; 1.10 and i.'Si p. in. Kxpress for Gaston, Trenton, PhlladeU phtu and the South, 6.15, 8.00 ana i.ia a. in.; l.lo and 3.X1 p. In. Washington and way stations, S.45 p. m. Tobyhunna accommodation, 6.10 p. m. Kxpress for Blntjhumton, Oswego. EL n.iia, Coming, liath, Dansvllle, Mount Morris and ButTulo. 12.30, 2.35 a. m., and 1 oi p. in., making close connections at iiuftala to all poinU In the West, Northwest and Southwest. Hath accommodation, 0.15 a, in. llliiKhaniton and way stations, 1.05 p. m. Nicholson aucummodatlon, 5.1j p. m. p. in. liintiliamton and Elmlra express, i.St p. ni. Express for t'tlca and Richfield Springs. 2 35 a. m., mid l.M p. m. ltliacu 2.35 and Bath 9.15 a. m. and 1.5 P. n. For Northumberland, Plttston, Wilkes Earre, Plymouth, Bloom-hurt; and Dnn. villa, maklnK close, connections at North umberland for Wlllinmsport, Harrlsburif, lialilmore, Washington and the South. Northumberland and Intermediate sta tionu, ',.), 9.f& a. m. and 1 55 and 6.no p. m. Nantlfoke and Intermediate stations, 101 and 11.20a. m. Plymouth and intermedial tuitions. 3.40 and 8.17 p. m. Hullman parlor and sleeping coaches on all express trains. For detailed Information, pocket tlma tables, etc., apply to M. I,. Smith, city ticket ofllce, 32t Lackawanna avenue, or depot ticket office. Central Huilrnad of New Jersey. (Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.) Anthracite coal used exclusively, Insur. inK cleanliness and comfort. TIMH TAHI.H IN EKr'KCT NOV. 15, ltU. Trains leave Scranton for Plttston, Wllkes-Barre, etc., at 8.20. 9.1S. 11.30 a. m., 12.45, 2.C0, 3.05, 5.00, 7.10 p. m. Sundays 9.0O. a. m.. 1.00. 2.15. 7.10 p. m. For Atlantic City, 8.20 a. tn. Kor New York, Newark and Fllzabeth, 8,20 (express) a. m., 12.45 (express with KuN fet parlor ear), 3.05 (express) p. m. Sun day. 2.15 p. m. Train leaving 12.45 p. m. arrives nt Philadelphia, Reading Term inal, 6.22 p. m. and New York COO p. m. For Mnuch Chunk, Allentown, Bethle hem, Kaston and Philadelphia, 8.20 a. m., r.'.C, nor,, S CO (except Philadelphia) p. m. Sunday, 2.15 p. m. For Lorn? liranch, Ocean Grovo, etc. at S.20 a. rn. and 12.45 p. m. For Heading, Lebanon and Harrlsburg. via Allentown, 8.20 a. m., 12.15, 5.00 p. m. Sunday, 2.15 p. m. For Pottsvlllo, 8.20 a. m. K.n p. m. Returning, leave New York, foot of Lib erty street, North River, at 9.10 (express) n. m., 1.10, 1.30, 4.15 (express with Buffet parlor ear) p. m. Sunday, 4.30 a. m. Leave Philadelphia, Reading Terminsl, 9.00 a, m , 2.00 and 4.30 p. m. Sunday, 6.2J a. m. Tliroimh tickets to all points at lowest rates may be had on application In ad vance to the ticket agent at the station. H. P. BALDWIN. Oon. Pass. Agt, J. H. OLHArSEN. Gen. 8upt. LEIIIU1I VALLEY RAIROAD SY3 TEM. Anthracite Coal Used Exclusively Insur. ini Cleanliness and Comfort. IN EFFECT NOV. 15. 1806. TRAINS LEAVE SCRANTON. For Philadelphia and New York via D. H. It. It. at 0.45 7.45 a. m., 12.05. 1.20. S.3J (lllai k lilaniond Express) and 11.30 p. m. For Plttston and Wtlkes-Harre via U. L. W. U. H.. .00, 8.08. 11.20 a. m.. 1.55, 3.40. G.lto and 8.47 p. ni Kor White Haven. Hazleton, Pottsvllla and piiinlpal points in tlie coal region via U. & H. H. K., 6.45 a. m., 12.05 and 4.U . 111. For Hethlehom, Easton, Reading, Har risburg and principal Intermedial' sta tions via I). & 11. it, R., 0.45, 7.45 a. m.. 12.05. 1.20. 3.33 (lilack Diamond Express), 4.41 and 11.30 p. m. For Tunkhannoek, Towanda, Elm'ra, Ithaca, (ienevit und principal Intermediate stations via 1 1., L. & W. R. H 6.00, 8.03, 0.5.1. a. m., 12.20 and 3.40 p. m. 1-or Oeneva, Ituidiester, liun'alo, Niagara Falls, Chicago mid all points west via D. II. It. It., 7.45 n. m., 12.03, 3.33 (lilack Dla. mnnd Expressi, 9.50 and 11.30 p. in. Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehigi Valley chair curs on all trains betweer Wilkes-Harre und New York, Philadel phia, Muri'alo und Suspension Bridge. ROLLIN II. WII.H1IR, flen. Supt. CIIAS. fi. LEE. Oen. Pass. Agt.,Phila. Pa. A. W. NONNE.M ACHER, Asst. Oen. Pass Agt., South Ilethlehem, Pa. S ra ti 1 111 Office. 309 Lackawanna avenue. DELAWARE AND HUDSON TIME3 TAHLE. On Monday, Nov. 23 trains will leave Scran ton as follows: For Carbondale 8.43. 7.55. 8.55, 10.15, a. m. 12.00 noon; 1.21, 2.20, 3 52 6.25. 6.25, 7.57, 0.10, 10.30, 11.55 p. in. For Albany, Saratoga, Montreal, Bos. tun. New England points, etc. 5.45 a. in.; For I'l'oncsdale 5.45, 8.55, 10.15 a. m.; 12.01) noon. 2.20, 5.25 P- m. ... For Wilkes-liaire-0,4:.. 7.., 8.4a, 9.3?, 10 45 a. in.; 12.05. 1.20, 2.28, 3.23, 4.41, 6.00, 1 7..MI. S.;!o. 11.20 l. ni. I For New York. Philadelphia, etc., vU i Li-hU li Valley Railroad -6.45. 7.45 a. m.; I 12 05, 1.20. :;.: (with Black Diamoud Ex. 1 press), 11.30 p. m. : For Pennsylvania Railroad points 6.15, 0 3S n. ni.: 2.W. 4.41 p. in. For western points, via Lehigh- Valley Railroad- 7.15 n. in.: 12.05, 3.33 (with Bia-.k Diamond Kxpn ss) il.50, ll.So p. m. Trains will arrive at Scranton as fol lows: From Cnrhnndalo nml the north 6 10, 7 to, N 10. 9.31, 10 40 n. m.; 12.00 noon; 1.03. 2.21, 3.25, 4 "'. 5.45, 7.15, V45 and 11.25 p. m. From Wi Ike-;-Harm and the south 5 40, 7 50, 8 50. 10.10, 11.53 a. m.; 1.16. 2.14, 3.18. 5 22. C.21. 7.53, 9.03, 0.45, 11.52 p. III. J. W. I'l.'ltfUCK. U. P. A., Albany, N. Y. H. W. Cross, D. P. A., Scranton. Pa. Erie uiul Wyoming Vullcy. Effective Nov, 2. Trains leave Scranton for New York, Newburgli and Intermediate points on Erie, also for Hawley and local points at 7.05 a. in. and 2.23 p. m., and arrive from above points at 10.23 a. ni., 3.18 and tUi P. m. M H AVION DIVINIOT. Ill i;rf- l Orlulx-r ltd, I MID. Kurtli lluilllil. Mouth lliiunib .(;! -JO! 1 VOiiviM b . Stations f x lv ? m ITrnlns Dally, Kx. S 2 v. I CM1' Min'iny.) u 5 a1 i- Mi' h Arrive Lcaviii ,i H .... I T ii. N. Y. Frnnklln s;, .... r I 'I .... .... iTIo Wi'sr 4-.':hI street; .. 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