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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE- MIDAY. JULY 22, 1898.
J K GENERAL WEYLER MAYBE LEADER TALK OF CABINET CHANGES IN SPAIN CONTINUED. Premier Sarjasta Said to Hove Of fered Again to Resign Advised by tho Queen Regent to Consult With Other Political Leaders Rc '"port That Franco Has Been Asked 'to Interveno to Stop the War The Dflf!Parls "Figaro" Warns Us to bo M't'arcul of Arousing Europe. .33.U Barcelona. July 21. General Polnvlo Ja starts for Madrid this evening in response to a sudden nuni'motis to the bfflnllnl. jyclLondon, July 21. According to a spe cial despatch from Madrid, Senor Sn Kaita. the premier, has again offered to resign, and has been counselled by the Queen Resent to ndvlse with other jjf.njltlrnl lenders relative to Ills future ..c.ctirse. It Is also reported that Gen ojirnl Polavleja's return to Mudrld Is closely connected with n change In tho ministry, and that General Weylcr will form -x cabinet. In which General Fo ,lay,leja will be minister for war. That ..flqinblnatlon, It Is further asserted, will eipport the dynasty, repeat the sua pension o' constitutional rights and continue the r.-nr to the utmost limits. Another Madrid special announces fiJJvut telegrams from Barcelona recelv .,tlcL nt tho Spanish capital report a 'r.jiwlng movement In favor of tho in J,.tf rventlon of France, adding that stopa are about to be taken formally to In vite Krance to take Catalonia, of which Barcelona Is the capital and which 0tas an area of more than 12.000 miles, ,-,jUider her protection. j,,'Stlll anoth-jr despatch from the cap ital of Spain asserts that the inhabit jpjits of tho Canary Islands are pantc stflcken at the prospect of an Amerl o.thn attack. Tho wealthy people have cone into the interior great misery prc- Tails, trade is at a standstill, and there Is considerable military activity everywhere, especially at Lanzoroto and Graclosa Islands, which are ex pected to bo objectives of the Ameri can attack. Strong garrisons are re ported to have been Installed there and powerful batteries are alleged to have been erected on Rlsco mountain and on Domenatlon Island. FIGARO EXCITED. Paris, July 21. The Figaro today says: "It is time the powers took ex treme measures to prevent Commodore "Watson's dispatch to Europe and to end tho war. Italy, Austria, Russia and, especially, France have the great est interest in reminding the United States that they cannot allow America to acquire a footing in Europe. The friendly representations of these four powers at Washington will, it is to be hoped, enable the United States to per ceive the dangerous course on which it is embarking." Bayonne, France.July 21. A dispatch received here from Madrldd ed yes terday, says the police searched sev eral Carllst houses the previous even ing, and adds that the government is satisfied of tho existence of a wide spread Carllst plot. Consequently the Carllst newspapers arc to be suppressed probably. Continuing, the Madrid dis patch says: "In spite of the denials of the min isters, everything points to the lmml- nence of a crisis. It Is believed Gen eral Polavleja. will become minister of . war in a national cabinet, which tho 'condition of affairs seems to call for. "There Is an unconfirmed rumor that the government Intends to arrest Gen eral Weyler. At the last audience which the genera! had with the queen r?i$ent he protested against the calum nies levelled at him, and said: 'Above "air; I am a soldier, and I will valiantly defend the Institutions of my country and the royal house.' As General Weyler has immense prestige among the Spanish officers, especially among those returning from Cuba, It Is re garded as probable. It a national min istry is formed, that his assistance will be Invited. "The government has prohibited the publication of news of the movements of Spanish warships, and therefore the whereabout of Admiral Camara's fleet .Is not known. It was last reported at "Port Mahon." OFFICERS ELECTED. Interesting Proceedings of the Meet ing of Confederate Veterans. Atlanta, Ga., July 21. The fight over Kthe place for. holding the nest guthcr-"rngl-Confederato veterans grows warmer with the progress of the re union. The crowdti are much larger than anticipated and last night sev eral churches were thrown open for the accommodation of late arrivals. General John B. Gordon called the convention of veterans to order In the auditorium nt Piedmont pnrk at 11.30 a. m. Ho said: "We nre all Confederate men and women, but we are also Americana and proud of our country. (Cheun). God blessed us ns he has blessed no othpr nation. It becomes, us who have been spared by Ills providence to sing praises to Him, and I want the men whose shoute have been heard on many battlefields to join in a hymn of rralse." The report of the hlstorlal commit tee was presented by its chairman, General Stephen D. Lee, of Mississippi. The report says in part. "In the Just war In which our coun try Is at present engaged, our com rades now living and the descendants of those who have passed away have nobly used the opportunity to demon strate to the world their ardor, their patriotism and their readiness to de vote their lives In defense of this, our reunited country." All tho 1 Id officers were re-elected ns follows: General J. H. Gordon, com mander; General Stephen D. Lee, of Mississippi, commanding the depart ment of Tennessee; General XV. L. Cabell, of Texas, trans-Mlsslsslppl de partment; General Wade Hampton, the army of Virginia. Adjourned until tomorrow. SENATOR KENNEY'S CASE. Will Probably be Given to tho Jury Today. Wilmington, Del.. July 21. District Attorney Vandegrlft today finished his closing speech In the prosecution of United States Senator Kenncy, charg ed 'with elding in the misapplication of the funds of the Flrt National hank of Dover, and tomorrow morning Jtidpr Bradford will make his charge In thf J'M'.v. How long It wll bo be for n vriillct will be reached can only be conjectured. t two previous trials growing out of the defalcations of Teller William N. Pngss, the Jury was out seventy hours in one Instance', that of Colonel ft. T. Cooper, and four hours In the Thomas O. Clnrk case. Both sides In the cntte of Senator Kenney look for an early verdict. IRON AND STEEL MARKET. Nothing New Has Been Developed During This Week. Philadelphia, Pa.. July 21. The American Manufacturer in its weekly trade review will say tomorrow: "Nothing new has been developed In the Iron nnd steel market during the past week. It seems that about the same conditions prevail nt all points and that with the mills and factories generally In' operation the market re mains very dull. This is about tho situation at all points. In the east ern market the pig Iron quotations nro practically those of a month ago, but some makers hold that business Ib In better shar. Huycrs are still holding off nnd it lower production has not made higher wages. For'gu Irons nro very dull. Big purchases Bessemer billets ate expected soon. There Ih a good demand for galvanized sheet Iron, and quick shipments nro being mude. The merchant Hteel peo ple are getting In a good fall trade. There are good prospect In structural material, and the people and tnnk trade continues quiet and nctlvo Chicago reports that confidence, Is be ing shown In the trade. The consump tion of pig iron Is large and southern iron Is plenty. Theo Is a good demand for foundry irons and consumers who have yearly contracts are away ahead .of tho time, and still hurrying up de liveries. Bessemer billets tire u little firmer, and large sales of galvanized -sheets aic reported. At Cincinnati tltere has been no change In tho pig iron trade. The call for sheet bare is fair and there Is a stronger tone In the pipe and tube trade. Louisville reports the general Iron market as being fairly active. In the Wheeling district no material change Is seen, as pig iron prices nro weak, and less bar iron is now being made than for a long tlmbe past. Little change In pig Iron prices Is seen In the Cleveland market. There is a fair business In bar iron, hut prices are low, nnd the demunds for structural material is good." BRYAN AT ATLANTA. The Boy Orator Is Given an Ova tion. Atlanta, Gn., July 21. Colonel Bryan at the head of the Third Nebraska vol unteers, reached Atlanta at noon to day. Colonel Bryan was met at the train by several personal friends who started to escort him to the Kimball. By the time tho party reached the doors of the hotel the crowd became so dense that progress was Impossible. Colonel Bryan graciously responded to the cheers and calls for a speech, and mounting a stone hitching block, said: "I am glad to be with you again. I am greaty pleased that my regiment will have an opportunity of seeing the Confederate veterans, and know that In our present struggle they will have an opportunity to light with some of thete old soldiers and their sons." Colonel Bryan remained In Atlanta about two hours. OVATION TO THE FIFTH. Thousands Witness the Departure of Company M. Gettysburg, July 21. Company M, Fifth Pennsylvania Infantry, lecrulted In Gettysburg nnd this county, with an addition of about thirty from York which was sworn in and mustered last night, left this evening for Chlcka mauga to fill up the regiment. They were addressed by Judge Swope on leuvlng and eficorted to tho train by a band and drum corps. Thousands of citizens were present when the train started. Lunches with delicacies and useful articles were presented the boys by the ladles of the town. They are under command of Captain Evan Russell, of Wllllamsport, who was appointed by the governor. BASE BALL. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Pittsburg, 2; Now Yr.ik. 1 (llrst game). New York, 11; Pittsburg. 7 (second Kumf). Cleveland, 6; Maltlmorc, 3 (tlrht game). Cluvcland. 7; Bulttmoie, 1 (iccond game). Louisville, 5: Brooklyn, 2 (first game). Louisville, 7; Brooklyn, 4 (hccond same), Cincinnati, 12; Washington, 6 (first gama). Cincinnati, 7; Washington, i (sec ond game). Boston, 7; St. Louis, 1 (first game), Sec ond game postponed, rain. Philadelphia, 3; Chicago, 1. EASTERN LEAGUE. Wllkes-Uarre, 9; Providence, 5 (first game). Wllkes-Barre, S; Providence, 7 (second game). Bnhalo. 22; Ottawa, 2. Syracuse, 11: Springfield, 9. Toronto, 5; Mcntreal, 1. ATLANTIC LEAGUE. Heading, 5; Patertfon, 2 Lancaster. 14; Norfolk, 0. Allcntown, 5; Newark, 4. Hartford, 5; Richmond, i. AMATEUR BASE BALL. The Evening Stars, of Throop, chal lenge tho Walnut Street Stars, of Dunmore. or the Starlights tu a game of base ball on tho Throop grounds. Please answer through this paper. Or any club under 16 years of age. James McDonald, manager. The Old Forge association base ball team would like to arrange a game of ball with the Crescents, of Pine Brook; Harmonies; West Side Browns, Star lights, of Jessup, or the Holfnera, of Peckvlllo, on the Old Forge grounds, July 25. Answer Immediately. K. Gar vin, munager. Thomas Kellet, of Sherman avenue, has accepted a position us catcher for the Honesdale team. Mr. Kellet played for ih Bloomsburg State Normal school team last season. Scenic Line of the World. Tho Denver and Rio Grande railroad offers to tourists in Colorado, Utah and New Mexico and to the transcontinen tal traveler, tho grandest mountain scenery in tho world. Double dally train service, with through Pullman sleepers and tourist cars between Den ver, SnK Lake City, Ocden nnd San Francisco and Los Angeles. Write to H. E. Tupper, 353 Broadway, New York, for illustrated pamphlets, or to S. K. Hooper, general passenger agent, Denver, Col. Notice. A set of six beautiful alber type vlewa of Rocky mountain scenery, .on 11x14 paper, suitable for framing, will be' mailed upon receipt of fifty cents (money order), sent to S, K. Hooper, G, P. and T, A., Denver, Colo. THE MARKETS. Wall Street Review. New York, July 21. There was no re lief to the undevlatlug quietude of the stock matket today, A few of the Indus trial specialties were pushed up on con siderations Individual to the stock. Tho uttcugth of these had somu sympathetic effect on the general list, stocks In which showed appreciation In price on u veiy ttmatl volume of dentines. Not nil of these gains wero held but prices at the oloso showed small net gains as a rule. Rubber, Leather, Metropolitan, Lead and Cotton Oil wore nil advanced quite ma terially, and thcro wero a few of tho rail toad stocks which rose as much as a point. Tho hesitation In the wheat mar ket had Us reflection in tho stock mar ket, though tho fact Is now accepted that we aro to have a wheat crop of unpre cedented proportions. Tho Interrupted grain movement already shows signs of recovery and good export demand fclves hope that present prices will be well maintained and tho movement of tho new eiop continued. Tho total sales were 122. 100 shares. Furnished bv WIU.IAM T.INN ALLEN & CO., slock brokers. Mears bulldlns. rooms .05-706. Open- High- Low- Clos. n;g. est. est. ing. Am. Cot. Oil a 314 22 ia',4 Am. Stig. Ro'g Co ..lSii 1S3 132H 1325; A tell., To. & S. Po .. 13H 13? 13U 13JJ A T. & S. F rl .. 31U C4!4 34tf MVi Am. Tobarco Co ... JIU'S 119H 11DU 110",4 Am. Spirits 12!i 12'i 114 12 Am. Spirits, I'r .... :n 33V4 S3 o3 Bjlt. & Ohio 13s 1-Hi 12 1.1 Brook. It. T 53 Ki 54J4 53 Bay State Cas ', 3'tf 3 3 Can. Southerr B3i KVS 5314 531,4 N. J. eCntral SDH M'i 87 Sa',4 Chic. & G. W HU 14U VUi 14'J Chic. & N. XV 128 12J'4 128 12S',i Chic, B. fc Q l(.5i; 10JV4 WJVi iovi Chicago CJas 95'i .i$',4 C84 UM4 Chic, Mil. & St. P .. , 93 OS',4 '.'S Chic, R. I. & p w; 08 05H WH Chic, St. P. M. fc O. 82 S2 82 V- Delaware & ulld ...103 103 103 103 Gen. Electric 39 30 SSll '$ Louis. & Nash B2i f2',i C2'i f.'?4 Manhattan KIo 1C3V4 10".' 10.Vi 1054 Mo. Pacific 35 Ki'.i 3l'i 54ii Nat. Lead 33 37 33 ' M',4 N. Y. Central 117; 117 1174 117T4 North. Pacific 2!)H 2fii 2S 23 Nor. Pacific, Pr .... 70U 7(H4 7fli; Tu'd Pacific Mall 2ST; 2S 2.n1 2.i Phil. & itcnd K.'i ir.-; 1U14 6; Southern K. It.. Tr.. 3K ?!V4 3W!, 3014 Tann., C. &r Iron .... 21V4 21',-s St'.S 2I4 Texas & Pacific .... 12i Vi'.i Vi V-'1! Pnlon Par., 1st Pr .. O'.i 60V4 (tt'i w)i V. S. Rubber SOTi 32 30; li U. S. Leather 'M ",' 7'4 7Vj V. S. Leather, Pr .. 67'i KM,- f!7',4 GSVJ West. Union 92Vi 9214 92 32 XV. & L. R 11 i 74 Met. Traction Co ..1195 1504 llttti 1.W4 flics. & Ohio 223; ! 224 22'4 Am. S & XV.tt Co .... 39Vi 40U S9'.i 33U CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE. Open- High- Low- Clos WHEAT. Ing. est. est. September 6SU 69 U714 December t&'t CSH 6T CORN. September 33s; 33',4 32T4 December 333i 33!8 S3',i OATS. September 19T4 20',4 13ri PORK. September 9.93 9.95 9.S3 ing. 67i 6V,4 S.87 Scranton Board of Trade Exchange Quotations All Quotations Based on Par of 100. STOCKS. Bid. Askea. Scranton & PUtston Trac. Co. ... y National Bering & Drlll'g Co. ... 80 First National Bank 800 Elmhurst Boulevard 100 Scranton Savings Bank as Scranton Packing Co 85 Laca. Iron & Steel Co so Third Natlcnai Bank 385 Throop Novelty Mfg Co no Scranton Trac Co is Scranton Axle Works 75 Dime Dep. & Dis. Bank 1C5 ... Economy Light, Heat t Pow er Company 43 Scranton Illuminating, Heat & Power Company $5 Scrartton Forging Co mo Traders' National Bank 130 Lacka. Lumber Co jjo Lack. Trust & Safe Dep. Co .. 150 170 Mooslo Mountain Coal Co H5Vi BONDS. Scranton Fass. Railway, first mortgage, duo 1920 115 People's Street Railway, first mortgage, due 191S 115 Peoplo's Street Railway, Gen eral mortgage, due 1921 115 Dickson Manufacturing Co 100 Lacka. Township School 5 102 City of Scranton St. Imp. 6 102 Mt. Vernon Coal Co b5 Scranton Axle Works 100 Philadelphia Provision Market. Philadelphia, July 21. Wheat Firm; contract grade, July, 70aSOV4c; August, 76',ja75?;c. ; September, 74ia73c. Corn Steady; No. 2 mixed, July, 37a37'ic: Au gust, 3iia3"WiC Oats Firm; No. 2 clipped, S2a!2V4c: No. 2 white. 30V..a31c; No. 2 mixed, 2S!ijc. Butter Firm; fancy west ern creamery, lfc. ; do. prints, 20c. Eggs Steady; fresh, nearby, He; do. western, 1314c: do. southern, Hal2c Chctso Firm. Refined Sugars Firm. Cotton Un changed. Tullow Firm; city prime, In hogsheads. 3?jc; country, do. do., bar rels, 3!ic: dark, do., 3c; cake.j, 3Vic; grease, 2-14C. LIvo Poultry Steady; fuwls, lO'.sc: old roosters, 7c; spring chickens, 12nl3c: spring ducks, 9c. Dicsscd Poultry Firm: fnwU. choice. l'j'S allc; do. fair to good, DUalOc; old roos ters, 6c; spring chickens, nearby. JOnibc; western do., large, HalCc. ; Binall and scalded, do., Ilal5c Receipts-Flour, 800 barrels and 1,000 sacks; wheat, l.ro bush els; corn, 6,000 bushels; oats, l,00u bush, els. Shipments Wheat. 400 bushels; corn, C30.000 bushels; oats, 7,000 bushels. New York Produce Market. Now York, July 21. Wheat-Spot dull, red, 84c, f. o. li afloat export grade to arrive; options fluctuated considerably during the day and the market, except lor July, closed at a decllno of sc; No. 2 red, July eloped, 83c; September, 72?c ; De cember, 72c. Corn Spot firm; No. 2, 3S',iC f. o. b., afloat; options opened steady but turned weak and cloft-d about He. net lower; July closed 36ic; September, SS'.fcc, December, 3?c Oats Epot quiet; No. 2, .7Hc; No. 2 white, 31c; No. 3 white, 2914c.; options neglected mid nominal; July closed 20ie. Butter Firm; western creamery, HalTc.; do. factory, llal3c. ; Elglns, l'iiC. : Imitation creamery, 12a Hl4c. ; state dairy, 12al3Uc; do. cream ery, 13t:ulTt-c. Eggs Steady; state and Pennsylvania, 14al5c; western fresh, 13', alia Buffalo Live Stock. East Buffalo, N. Y.. July 2l.-Cuttle-RecolptH light; fairly steady. Hogs Re ceipts light; strong; Yorkers, good to choice, ti.10.i4.15; toughs, common to good, $3.50a3.70; pigs, good to choice, J4.OJa4.10. Sheep and Lambs Receipts moderate; steady; lambs, choice to extra, $8a6.23; culls, fair to good, $4.25a5; sheep, choice to selected wethers, Jl.65al.75; culls and common, J2.23a3 75. East Liberty Cattle Market. East Liberty. Pa.. July 21.-Cattle-Bteady; extra, J5a5.50; prime, Jt.83a4.93; common, J3.SOa4. Hogs Fairly active; beet mediums, J4.05ia4.15; best Yorker, J4,10ai.l5; heavy, J4.03a4,10; common to talr Yorkers. Jla4.03; plge. J3.75a4.12'j; roughs. J2.35a4.25. Sheep Slow; choice. j4.nna4.6V, common, J3.tv)a4: yearlings, Via 4.63; spring lambs, JI.5Oa5.50; veal calvjs, J6.50a7. Oil Market. Oil City, Pa., July 21.-Credlt balances, 92c; certificates, closed cash offered BO'.ic; no bids; shipments, 10,350 barrels; runs, 91,832 barrels. THE TRIBONE'S OPPORTUNITY ONE INSERTION A WORD. A FOR RENT FOR RENT-A NEWLY FURNISHED houfio with modern Improvements at Otten Ridge. Low rent for summer to desirable tenant. Address 38 Tribune of fice. 'OR RENT - NICELY FURNISHED front and sldo room. 629 Adams ave. t'OIt RENT-DESK ROOM OR SHARE or offices second floor front, Coal Lx chnnge. Call at room 15. FOR RENT -SECOND Qulncy. FLOOR. "01 HOUSE FOR RENT 103 WYOMNO n. avenue. Apply to F. II. Clemens. nm?dinl,,g0 Cc' ComPRny's mce' Moars BAnN J'OR RENT-603 MAHON COURT. r-'t1?PIy ,0 P. H. demons. Pluo Rldgo i-oal Company's office, Mears Iluildlng. FOR SALE FOR SALE-A LARGE QUANTITY OF , "me. 11 cents per bushel, aian orticrs given prompt attention. Innulro NlchoUs Capp, River street, Scrunton. Branch ollice, 20S Franklin street, Dunmore. FOR SALE-A HIGH BRED SORREL horse six years old, sound and fast; a lady con drive him. R. B.. Tribune. FOR SALE, CHEAP ONE FRESH , milch Jersey cow. Address 612 Krcsi ler court. FOR SALE-TEN R-I-P-A-N-S FOR 5 cents at druggists. One gives relief. FOR SALE-ONE 20-IIORSE POWER boiler, as good as now. THE WES TON MILL CO. WANTED. WANTED-DESK ROOM; STATE PAR- uciuars, desk. Tribune otllce, WANTED-CASE OF BAD HEALTH that R-1-p-A-N-S will not benefit. Send 5 cents to Rlpaus Chemical Co., New York, for 10 samples nnd 1,000 testi monials. HELP WANTED-FEMALE. WANTED-COMIETENT GIRL FOR general housework; referenco required. Apply at UltJ Mor.roo avenue. WANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL housework In small family. Inquire at 319 Adams avenue. PRIVATE FAMILY" Wa"nt"to"lEASE by October 1st, term of years, single modern house, convenient nnd jiood local ity. Steam heat. Least 9 rooms. Highest references. Box 33b. EDUCATIONAL. KEBLE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. SYrX cuse, N. Y. Under the supervision of Bishop Huntington. Twenty-eighth bchcol year begins Thursday, September 16, Mi. Apply to Miss Mary J. Jackson. SCALP TREATMENT. MRS. L. T. KELLER, SCALP TRllAT ment, 50c; shampooing, 50c; facial massage, manicuring, 25c; chiropody. 701 Qulncy. CITY SCAVENGER A.B.BRIGQS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS and cess pools; no odor. Improved pumps used. A. BRIGOS, Proprietor. Leave orders 1100 North Main avenue, or Elckes' drug storo, corner Adams and Mulberry. Telephone 6040. CHIROPODIST CORNS, BUNIONS AND INGROWING nails cured without the least pain or drawing blood. Consultation and advice given free. E. M. HETZEL, Chiropo dist. 330 Lackawanna avenue. Ladles at tended at their residence If desired. Charges moderate- PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS FOR SINKINO-PROPOS-nls will bo received until July 23 for sinking the shaft at Mt. Pleasant Col liery from tho Clark to tho Second Dun mote vein. Sppctlcaltons may bo seen at the ofilce of the mine. Right to reject any or all bids reserved. THOMAS SPRAGUL. Superintendent. LEGAL. AN ORDINANCE MAKING APPRO priatluns for the expense of the bor ough for tho ensuing fiscal year. Sec. J. Be It ordained by the, burgess and the council of the borough of Dun more, and It Is hereby ordained by tho authority of tho same, that the lollow lug sums of money be and the same nie hereby appropriated to defray tho ex penses of tho borough for tho fiscal year beginning on tho first Tucs-day o Muicn, lk9, and ending the first Tuesday of March, 1S99: Salary of Burgess $ 100 Treasurer's Commission !'34 Salary of Secretary 2u0 Salary of Police 1.2W) Salary of Chief of Firo Department 100 Electric Lights S.U10 Fees of Auditors JW Salary of Street Commissioner .... 720 Fees of High Constablo 75 Building and Grounds '00 Law and Equity 300 Board of Health 325 Printing 130 Miscellaneous 1,000 State Tax iOI Street Crossings and Paving 2a0 Fire Department 4,7iO Borough Engineer "WJ Street Work 4.000 Passed by Council. July 19. 1S9S. J. L. MKDWAY. President. DAN POWELL. Burgess. Attest: W. J. Jeffrey. Secretary. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE-ESTATE OF John Faurot, deceased. Letters testamentary upon the estate of John Faurot, late of tho city of Scran, ton, l,uckavanna county, Pennsylvania, deceased, having been granted to the un dersigned, all persons Indebted to this ostuto are required to make Immedlute payment, and those having claims against said estute are required to present them for payment witnoui oeiay 10 MARY FAUROT. Executrix. WATSON, DIEHL & KEMMERER. SITUATIONS WANTED " r wvws. SITUATION WANTED-BY AN EXPE rlenced clerk In a Kenerul storo or utiy place of trust; can furnish A 1 references m regards churacter und ability, Ad dicsH R.. 1014 Capouso avenue, city, caro of King Elwell. WANTED WORK-A M AN WITH FAM. Ily to maintain desire n position as salesman, collector, shipping clerk or at anything honornole he can earn fair wages: no canvassing; can give refer ences. Address V M. C, general dcUv-ry. WANTED-BY A GIRL 16 YEARS OF ago; copying to do, either at otllce or at home; plain vertical writing. Address 1)1 Railroad avenue. AN EXPERIENCED TRAINED Nl'RrJE now at liberty desires a patient. Terms try reasonable. Address "N. 133 South Sumner avenue, city. SITUATION WANTED-BY MARRIED man. 31, us bc.okkcepcr. general of lice work or place of trust; well experi enced In railroad office work (accounts, rutes, etc): can furnish good testimonial, etc. Adrtss A. B. C, Tribune ornec. POPULAR CLEARING HOUSE for tho Benefit of All Who Have Houses Real Estute or Other Property to Sell or Exchange, or Who Want or Help These Small Advertisements Cost One Cent a Word, Six Insertions Cents a Word Except Situations Wanted, Which Are Inserted Free LEGAL. IN RE: PETITION OF THE HEIRS OF James M. Everhnrt, deceased, to sell real estate under tho Act of 1S93. as in partition. In the Orphuns" Court of Lackawanna county. , , By virtue, of an order of the Orphans Court of Lackawanna county, mado on tho petition of the heirs of the late James M. Evcrhart, deceased, tho undersigned, administrator of tho cstato of Jamco M. Everhart, late of the city of Scranton, county of Lackawanna and stuto of Pennsylvania, deceased (having given bond in double tho amount of tho ap praised valuo of tho following described real estate, with sureties thereon duly approved by tho said Orphans' Court of Lackawanna county), did advertise to sell to tho highest and best bidder, at public auction, in the Arbitration Room of tho Court House, In the city of Scranton, on Thursday, July 7, 1S9S. at 10 o'clock a. m., all the right, tltlo and Interest of the said decedent In nnd to nil the following described real estate, to wit: One-half Interest In and to nil that cer tain piece or land situate on the westerly side of Franklin avenue, In tho city of Scranton, county of Lackawanna, and Btate of Pcnsylvanla, ccmmcnclng on Fraklln nvrnuo nt thn nnrthpnstcrlv cor ner of lot No. 7, block No. 2k! thenco In a westerly direction along tho lino of lot No. 7 seventy-five feet nnd six Inches; thenco In a northensterly direction paral lel with the front line of said lot torty nlr.e feet nnd eight nnd three-quarter Inches: thence southeasterly along line of lot sold to Jnmes S. Scranton seventy-flvo feet and six Inches to Franklin nvenuo: nnd thence along Franklin avenue forty nine feet and eight nnd three quarter Inches to the corner of lot No. 7 aforesaid, with the same reservations and conditions as aro contained In deed of said property from George H. Wilson and Effa Wilson, his wife, to Isaiah F. Everhart and James M. Everhnrt. dated tho 9th day of November, A. D., 1570. nnd recorded in Luzerne county, Pennsylvania, In Deed Book No. 143. at page 493, etc. This said land belnc Improved with a two-story brick dwelling hotiso nnd other outbuild ings thereon. ALSO Tho following described piece or parcel of land situate, lying nnd belnK In the city of Scranton, county of Lnckn- vtHiiiia ana siaio or J'ennsyivnnin. de scribed as follows: Being lot No. 19 In block No. 19, and sltuato upon street called and known as Cliff street, upon thn town plot of town of Scrnnton. Intended to be duly recorded nnd registered. Snid lot being ninety feet In depth and fifty feet in front, with paint! reservations nnd conditions as are contained In deed uf part of snid prorerty from Frances Mao Laren Dunn nnd Alexander Dunn to James M. Everhart. dated tho first dav of March, A. D 1&83. and recorded In Lackawnnna county, state of Pennsylva nia, in Deed Bonk No. 20, at page 79, etc., and also In deed from Melvln M. Vaughn, guardian of Jessie MacLarcn. for part of said property, to Jnnies M. Everhart. dated the fifth day of May. A. D.. 1884. re. corded In Lackawanna county, state of Pennsylvania, in Deed Bock No. 23, page 1NX. etc. This land being Improved with a two-story brick building used ns a brass foundry, nnd being the building wherein the Everhart Brass works Is now con ducted. ALSO-A11 the following described undi vided onn-hnlf Interest of that lot, piece nr parcel of land sltunte In the city of Scranton. county of Lackawanna and state of Pennsylvania, bounded and de scribed ns follow: Oclng lot No. 9 In block or square No. 52. on plot of lot In tho city of Scranton. Said lot Is forty feet In width on Wyoming avenue, the same width In renr, nnd one hundred and fifty feet In depth, being rectangular In shape. With the same reservations and conditions as are reserved to the Lacka wanna Iron and Ccal comnanv In deed from said company to John Walter, dnted April 13, 1S59. Being a portion of sale land conveyed to James M. Everhart and Charles B. Lee by John Walter, bv deed unirii me nineiecntn nay or ucioner. a. D., 1R71. and recorded In Luzerne county In Deed Book No. 133. at page 200. etc., and being a part of the same lot con veyed to James M. Evc-rhart and 1. F. t-lverhart by Chnrles B. Lee and Mary Lee. his wife, bv deed dated the thir teenth day of March, A, D 1SS7. and re corded In Lackawanna county, Pennsyl vania. In Deed Book No. 41, page 177. etc. Bulng Improved with a large two-story frame building used for a dwelling house In the front, nnd a two-story frame build ing used as a tenement In the rear of said lot on the alley. ALSO-A1I thn following described, lot. pleco or parcel of Ir.nd situate In the Eighteenth ward, city of Scranton, conn ty ot Lackawanna nnd state of Pennsyl vania, being the northeasterly one-half of lot No. 10. In block No. 47, of J. Hecr mans map of South Hyde Park, being fifty feet In front on Fourth street (now Emmett street), nnd seventy-five feet In depth. Being the sumo pfeco of land conveyed to James M. Everhnrt bv the Keystone bulldlntr and Saving aasocla tlon. by deed dated the 26th day of Au gust, A. D 1SS0, and recorded in Lacka wanna county. Pennsylvania, In deed book No. 7. at page 337, etc., with 'h-5 same reservations and conditions as are reserved In said deed. ALSO All tho rlcht. title and Interest of -ald decedent (which Is a one-half in terest) In the following described tract of land, to wit: Being the James Chapman tract of land, situate In Jefferson town ship, county of Lackawanna, nnd state of Pennsylvania, containing 44() acres, more or less. Being tho same tract sold by George Klnback. treasurer of lacka wnnna county, to tno said James m. t:v erhart on the 16th day of October. A. D IsM, for taxes. Same being recorded in tho prothontary's office nt Scrunton, Pennsylvania. In treasurer's Deed Book No. 1. nt pago 70. TERMS OF SALE-Ench piece of said renl estate In said petition described to bn sold separately by the said ndmlnlstrator for rash to the highest nwl best bidders. AND WHEREAS, on Thursday. July "th. 1S98. at 10 o'clock n. m . at the Arbi tration Room of the '"nun Ho'ise. Ctv of Scrnnton. thn nalil properties wrn d t'v exposed to public tale and purchased, but the bids were not eonipl!"d with, and the same was then on said account adiourned until 2 o'clock of the snme date, to meet at the same place, when nt the request of several parties In Interest the sale was ndlourned until Wednesday. July 20th. at 3 o'clock sharp, at the Arbitration Room of the Court House, In the city of Scrnn ton. nnd wns ngaln, nt the requert of cer tain parties In Interest, adjourned uniil Saturday. August 13th. 1S9S, at Ju o'clock n. m.. nt the Arbitration Room of the Court House, city of Scrnnton. and notice of said adjourned sale. Is hereby ck'jn. ISAIAH V EVERHART. Amlulstrntor of tho estate of James M. Everhnrt. deceased. JOHN F. SCRAGG. Attorney for estate. PROFESSIONA L. DENTISTS DR. I. O. LYMAN. SCRANTON PRI vate Hospital, cor. Wyoming and Mul berry. DR. H. F. REYNOLDS, OFP. P. O. DR. C. C. LAUBACH, 115 Wyoming ave. WELCOME C. SNOVER. 334 Washing ton avenue. Hours. 9 to 1 nnd 2 to 5. PHYSICIANS AND SUROEON3 DR. C. LI FREY. SCRANTON SAVIN03 FREY. SCRANTC lg.. 122 Wyoming Bank bldg, MARY A. SHEPHERD, M. D.. HOME opathlst, No. 228 Adams avenue. DR. XV. E. ALLEN. 612 NORTH WASH Ington avenue. DR. L. M. GATES. ROOMS 207 and MS Board ot Trade building. Office hours, t to a a. m 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 p, m. Resi dence 309 Madison avenue. DR. C L. FREAS, SPECIALIST IN Rupture. Truss Fitting and Fat Reduc tion. Ofllco telephone 1563. Hours: 10 to 12, 2 to 4. 7 to 9. DR. 8. W. L'AMOREAUX. OFFICE 339 Washington avenue. Residence. 1318 Mulberry. Chronlo diseases, Minus, heart, kidneys and genlto-urlnary or gans u specialty. Hours, 1 to 4 p. m. XV. O. ROOK. VETERINARY Sl'R- feon. Horses, Cuttle and Dogs treated, lospltal, 124 Linden street, Scranton. Telephone 2672. PROFESSIONAL MVWWiMW ARCHITECTS EDWARD H. DAVIS, ARCHITECT, Connell Building, Scranton. E. L. WALTER. ARCHITECT. OFFICE rear of 606 Washington avenue. LEWIS HANCOCK, JR.. ARCHITECT, 435 Spruce St., cor. Wash, av., Scranton. FREDERICK lTbROWN, ARCHITECT, Price Building, 126 Washington avenue, Scranton. T. I. LACEY & SON. ARCHITECTS, Traders' National Bank. LAWYERS FRANK E. BOYLE. ATTORNEY, AND Counsellor - at - Law. Burr building, rooms 13 nnd 11, Wushlrgton avenue. OKELL & OKELL, ATTORNEYS. 5 TO 11 Coal Exchange building, Scranton, WILLARD, WARREN & KNAPP, AT torneys ond Counsollors-at-Law. Re publican building. Washington avenue, Scrnnton, Pa. JAMES If. TORREY. ATTORNEY AND Counsillor-at-Law. Rooms 413 ana 414 Commonwealth building. JESSUP & JESSUP. ATTORNEYS AND Counsellors - at - Law. Commonwcaitn tiuilding, Washington avenue. ALFRED HAND. WILLIAM J. HAND. Attorneys nnd Counsellors. Common wealth building. Rooms 1. 20 and 21. JAMES W. OAKFORD, ATTORNEY-AT-f.uw. Rooms 314, 515 nnd 516, Board of Trade building. D. B. REPT.OGLE, ATTORNEY-LOANS negotiated on real estate security. Moars building, corner Washington nve nuo and Spruce rtreet. JAS. J. H. HAMILTON. ATTORNEY- m-i.nw. soi tjommonwcaiin duiiuipb. Scrnnton. EDWARD XV. THAYER. ATTORNEY, Rooms 9O3-901 9tlj floor. Mears hldg. JOSEPH JEFFREYS. ATIORNEV-AT-LAW, 7 nnd S Burr building. L. A. WATRES" ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 423 Lackawanna ave., Scranton, Ta. C. It. PITCHER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Commonwenlth Building, Scranton, Pa. PATTERSON & WILCOX, TRADERS' National Bank building. C. COMEGYS. 321 SPRUCE STREET. A. XV. BERTHOLF. Atty., Mears bldg. HOTCLS AND RESTAURANTS THE ELK CAFE, 125 AND 127 FRANK- lln avenue. Rates reasonable. P. ZElGLER, Proprietor. SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D.. L. & W. passingc.- depot. Conducted on the Eu ropean plan. VICTOR KOCH, Prop. MIDWIFE MRS. GABLE. GRADUATE MIDWIFE, 151S Washburn street. Scranton. En gagements solicited. Rooms and best attendance for a limited number of pa tients. SEEDS O. R. CLARK & CO. SEEDMEN AND Nurserymen; store 146 Washington ave nue; green house. 1330 North Main av-e nue; store telephone. 7S2. SCHOOLS SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA, Scranton, Pa. Courses preparatory to college, law, medicine or business. Opens Sept. 13. Send for catalogue. Rev. Thomas M. Cann, LL. D., Walter II. Buell, A. M. WIRE SCREENS JOS. KUETTEL. REAR 511 LACKA wanna avenue, Scranton, Pa., manufac turer of Wlro Screens. MISCELLANEOUS LATEST FROM PHILIPPINE is lands. Greatest Naval Battle. Shojs all blown to pieces and landed in Nut tloton's Shoe Store, Washington nvenuj. Ladles' lino button shoes, russet and don gola, cost 12.50. at $1.49; ladles' line 2.'j0 shoes for 9Sc Ladles' Oxfords, co3t $1.50, for 79c Men's $2.50 calf and russet shooi for J1.49; $3.00 shoes for Jl.as, etc. BAUER'S ORCHeTtRA-MUSIC OR balls, picnics, parties, receptions, wed dings und concert work furnished, tor terms ne'dress It. J. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyoming avenue, over Hulbcits muslo store. MEGARGEE BROTHERS. PRINTER supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine. Warehouse. 130 Washington avenue, Scrnnton. Pa. RAILROAD TIME TABLES. Central Railroad ot New Jersey (Lehigh nnd Susquehanna Division.) Stations In New York Foot of Liberty street, N. R., and South Ferry Whitthail street. , Anthraclto coal used exclusively, insur ing cleanliness and comfort. TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JUNE 2i!. 'OS. Trains leuvo Scranton for Plttston. Wllkes-Barre. etc, ut 8.20, 10.10 a. in.. 1.20, 2.S3, 3.a), 7.10 p. m. Sundays, 9.00 a, m. 1.00. 2.15. 7.10 p. m. I tor Mountain J'aric s.iiu a. nr., ..-u p. rrr. Sundays, 9.00 a. m., 1.00. 2.13 p. m, For Lakcwood and Atlantic City, E.30 a. in. For New York, Newark and Elizabeth. 8.30 (express) a. in.. 1.20 (express), 3.20 icx press) p. m. Sunday, 2.15 p. m. Train leaving 1.20 p. m., arrives at Philadelphia, Rending Terminal, 7.03 p. m. and New York 7.03 p. m. .. . , For Mauch Chunk, AlUntown. Bethle hem, Easton and Philadelphia, S.30 it. in,. 1.20. 3.20 p. in. Sundays. 2.15 p. m. For Baltimore and Washington and points South and West via Bethlehem, S.R0 n. m 1.20 p. m. Sundays, 2.15 p. m.. For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc., nt 8.30 (through car) a. m. nnd 1.20 p. m. For Reading, Lebanon and Harrlbburg, via Allentown, 8.30 a. m 1.20 p. m. Sun day. 2.15 p. m. For Pottsville, 8.30 a. m.. 1.20 p. m Returning, leave New York foot of Lib erty street?' North Rlvr. at 4.00, 9.10 lex nress) a. m.. 1.30 (express) p. m. Sunday. 'Lca"vom'Ncw York, South Fcrrv. foot Whitehall street, at 9.08 a. rn 1,25 p. m. Passengers arriving or departing from this terminal can connect under cover with ell tho elevated railroads, Broadway cablo cars, and ferries to Brooklyn and Staten Islands, making quick transfer to and from Grand Central Depot and Long ISLw,eUphirande'lphla. Reading Terminal, 9.21 n. m.. 3.00 p. m. Sunday. 6.15 a. m. Through' tickets to all points at lowest rate may no ami on "im'"'";"-" ;".,"u vane to the. ticket acent nt the statbn. II. p, BALDWIN. Gen. Pass Agt. J. H. OLHAPSF.N. Gen. Supt. Hrle and Wyoming Valley. in Effect June 26. 1S3S. Leave Scranton for Huwley and points on or via Erie R. 1J. at 3.00 a. m 8.45 a. m.. und 2.28 p. m. For Lake Ariel at 5.20 '''Arrive at Scranton from above points at 8.17 a. m.. 3.16 p. m. and 9.03 p. m. From Lake Ariel at 7.43 p. m. BOREftO SIX INSERTIONS A WORD, to Rent. Situations for Five RAILROAD TIME TABLES. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD Schedule In Cllect Nov. aS, 1S97. Trains Leave Wllkes-Barre as Fol tows: 7.30 a. m., week days, for Sunbur Harrlsburg, Philadelphia, Balti more, Washington, and for Pitts burg and tho Wast. 10.15 a. m., week days, for Hazleton, Pottsvlllo, Reading, Norrlstown, and Philadelphia; and for Sun bury, HarrlsburK. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and Pitts burRand the West. 3.12 p. m , dally, forSunbury, Harrls burg. Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, and PltUburg and tho West. ' 5.00 p. m., weok days, for Hazleton and Pottsville. . J. R. WOOD, den'l Pds. Azent. J. n, HUTCHINSON. Oeneril M&nijer7. Del., Lackit. nnd Western. Effect Monday. Juno 20, 1E9S. Trains Icao Scranton as follows: Ex Pitss tor Nuw York und all points EaU, 1.40, 3.00, 5.10, 8.00 and 10.05 a. m.; 12.55 and 3.33 p. m. . Express for Easton. Trenton, Philadel phia and the South, 5.10, 8.00 and, 10.05 a. m., 32.55 and 3.33 p. m. . Manunka Chunk and way stations, 2.W p. in. Tobyhanna accommodation, 6.10 p. m. Express for Blnghumton, Oswego, El mlra, Corning, Bath. Dansvllle. Mount Morris and Buffalo, 12.10, 2.35, 9.00 a. m. 1.55 and 5.50 p. m., making close connep tlons at Buffalo to all points In the West, Northwest and Southwest. Blnghamton and way stations, 1.03 p. m. Factoryvllle accommodation, 4.00 end Nicholson accommodation COO p. m. Express for Utlca and Richfield Springs 2.35 a. m., nnd 1.55 p. m. Ithaca, 2.33, 9.00 a. in., nnd 1.53 p. m. For Northumberland. PUtston. Wllkos Barre, Plymouth, Bloomsburg and Dan ville, making close connections at North umberland for Williamsport, Harrlsburg, Baltimore. Washington nnd tho South. ; Northumberland and Intermediate sta tions, 6.00, 10.03 a. m., and 1.53 and 5.10 p. Nantlcoke and Intermediate stations, 8.08 nnd 11.10 a. m. Plymouth and Inter mediate stations, 3.33 and 8.50 p. m. For Kingston. 12.55 p. m. Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on all express trains. . ,, For detailed Information, pocket time tables, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, Dis trict Passenger Agent, depot ticket, of fice. Delaware and Hudson. -. On Sunday. July 3rd, trains will leava Scranton as follows: For Carbondale-6.20, 7.53, S.53, 10.13 a. m': 12 noon: 1.23, 2.20, 3.52, 5.25, 6.23, 7.57, 9.15. 11.00 p. m.; 1.16 am . For A'bany. Sarntcga, Montreal, Bos ton, New England Points, etc. 6.20 a, m., For' Honesdale 6.20. 8.53, 10.13 a m,; 13 nFonr:wnke5saVrne,6.43. 7.18. 8.43. 0.33. 1MJ a. m.; 12.03. 1.23, 2.18, 3.33, 4.27, 6.10, 7.4S, "foV1 New "York. Philadelphia, etc.. via Lehigh Valley Railroad 6.15 a. m.. 12.03, 1.2S. 4.27 p. m.; with Black Diamond Ex press, 11.30 p. m. For Pennsylvania Railroad Points 6.45, 9 38 a. m.; 2.18, 4.27 p. m. For Western Points, via Lehigh Valley Rallroad-7.48 a. ra.; 12.03. 3.33.. with Black Diamond Express, 10.41, 11.30 p. m. Trains -will arrive in Scranton as fol- ,0From Carbondale and the North-6.40. 7.43 8 33. 9.34. 10.3S. 11.5S a. m. 1.23, 2.15. 3.i5. 4.23 5.43. 7.43. 10.38. 11.27 p. m. From Wllkes-Barre and the 8ou.th-6.15. 7.48 8 48. 10.0S. 11.55 a. m.; 1.18. 2.14. 3.1S. 5'0 6 21. 7.53. 9.05, 10.03 p. m.: 1.13 a. m. a.y, 0..1, SUNDAY trains. For Carbondale 0.07, 11.33 a. m.l 1.53, 3.52. 5.53. 9.53 p. m. For Wllkes-Barre 9.3S, 11.43 a. m.! 1.55, 3' Lowcct 'rates' to ' all points In United States and Canada. ,,!, xj v J. W. BL'RDICK. G. P. A.. Albany. N. Y. H. W. CROSS, D, P. A.. Scranton, Pa. Lehigh Valley Kailroad System Anthraclto Coal Used. Ensuring Cleanll ' ness and Comfort. In Effect May 15. 1838. . TRAINS LEAVE SCRANTON For Philadelphia and New York via D. H R. R.. at 6.45 a. m.. and 12.05. 2.18. 4.27 (Black Diamond Express) and U.oO p. m. For Plttston and Wllkes-Barre via D. U & ' XV. R. . 60. a. m.. 1.55, 3.35 6' Ko?' White Haven. Hazleton. Pottsville, nnd T principal points In the coal regions v a D & II- R- R- R-45- 2'18 and 4.27 p. m. For Bethlehem. Easton. Reading. Har rlsburg, and Principal Intermediate Hta- i!S?Y (BlackHD.almoRnd6pnfeSsy. "liSS P'For Tunkhannock. Towanda. Elmlra, rihaca Geneva and principal intermedi ate Stations, via D L. & W. R. R.. 8.03 n in V 45 and 3.35 p. m. nV' Geneva Rochester. Buffalo. Nlag u,n 1,-ills Chicago and all points west via, nM Kl.. 1205. 3.33 (Black Diamond H'-fr'A 1A9S and 11.0 n. m. Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehigh Valley parlor cars on all trains between Wikes-Barre nnd New York. Philadel phia Buffalo and Suspension Bridge. P" ROLLIN H. WILBUR. Gen. Supt. CHAS. S. I F.E. Pass. Agt.. 26 Cortlandt street. New York . . . A W NONEMACHER. Division Pass enger Agent, South Bethlehem. Pa. &OUAXN DIVISION. Ill i:ffcct Juno 2l)tli, 18119. North Hound. (South Iloundj Su&jttOSlttOl 202,04 20a &J&&3II& Stations 515 as a ! J 3 'S S 1 ig n" m i 'g IP u Arrive t.eave i Ml 7 40 .... r 53 . .. 8 10 .... ... T2&'N. Y Franklin s:.i .. 7 10, West 4ind street ' 700 wcenawkeu i. M r mp it Arrive t-eave'A ji r nr n 10 45 10 40 6-i 1 151 1 18 1 O'J eoriai-fi 6 0018 46, AM 12 40 5 II It! SJ Ml 1814 A SONS ('8 caaosU 6 10, 2 l6 30 Haocock Starlight, l'reston Park Wluwooa Foyntelle Orson Pleasant Mt, UntoiHlale Forest City Carbondale White bridge MayOeld Jermyn Archibald Wlnton Peclcvltle Olrrliant Frtceburg Throop Trovldenco rarlc Place 616 311 4 31 6 28' 8 22, 4 'i i 10 31 40 VI 6 S3 8 31 4 AS 8 4t 841 6M 6 A0 2 SO I 6 li 6 as s as; a a 7 03 3(0, 8(1 7 08 S 09 A l 7 80 8 19 IU 7 34 SS41 AM 7 87,0 3 AAS 7 4118 43 (01 7 44 3 4J 03 7A0 S 51 603 7 A1 3 A4' 8 U 7 68 8A9, 1S 8 02 4 Oil S21 BC4 407 884 8 Ot, 4 10 8 7 810 414 8 8t 6 18i(4 17 8 33 8 Ifti 4 00, 6 So A ll uV If 10 15 10 0 n&o 0 40 9 re 9 2) 5 861U9 3 1(1.11 J9 .1 OO'll 34 9in.i 9071 10 4iT.firo 4 si'iim H58 4 4ir.Kl 8 A3 4 4U113 8 50 4 401115 B46 4 3611 11 tMU 4 811107 8 40 4 8111031 8 33 4 2'. It 01 8 11 4 S3 It OV 8H-I 4 10(1027' 8 90 4 15 10 55 Kcranion a ii !r ma m leave Arrive f. slgatfles that trams stop on signal tor pas. lieu ciB I '1 rains 803 and 104 Sunday only. Other trains j dally except Sunday. i secure rates via Ontario Western before purchasing tickets and save money. mouuh Wagner outlet sleeper and free re clining chair car New York to Chicago. Vm vllKcr ti viiger Kiurs neiiiiren io nvo icuu line. J. C, ndcrson, Geo. Fass Agt. T, Filtered, Dlv. Fass, Agt. Bcranton, Fa.