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THE SOUASTTON TRIBUNE-- T CJJS8 D AY MORNTN Gr, JULY 18, 189T.
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SPECIAL ENDEAVOR SERVICE.
On Sunday evonlnp tho Christian
Endeavor society of the Presbyterian
church held a special meeting when
nlxteen members of the Junior branch
were received Into full membership.
M. D. J-athropo conducted tho opening
sonjr service. MUa Harnh SwlKert took
charge of the exercises of tho society
ns follows: Responsive scripture rend
lnc; slnslng by the conKrcgatlon; sal
utatory, Theron Lee; song, graduating
class; recitation, Eleanor Jones; rong,
quintet of girls; vnledlctory, "The llc
lrtllon of the Christian Endeavor so
cloty to tho church," Miss Nina ilny
nor. An address was made to tho
members received from the Junior
branch by Miss Rwlgert, and to each
new mombfr was given a diploma.
Henry Chilton, tho president of the
senior society made an address of wel
come. Mr. Leo spoke words of counsel
nnd encouragement. Tho exercises
were deeply Interesting.
MACHINISTS IN SESSION.
A large number of machinists, mem
bers of Pioneer City lodge. No. 302, In
ternational Order of Mtvch'InlstH, met
nt their hall on Saturday evening to
welcome Grand Organize;; S. II. Glenn,
of Kansas City, Mo. John J. Hrennan
presided and made a brief address In
regard to the benflets of their organl
7ation. Mr. Glenn wns then Introduced
as a visitor of the order throughout
the country. He spoke of the results
of organization nnd showed how It
tended to Increase the wages and gave
illustrations relative to the various
trades showing tho necsslty of organi
ze labor. A history of th'e Interna
tional Order of Machinists was given,
showing that during the years since
1SSC from fifteen members, the member
ship had increased to over 40,000, with
lodges throughout the United States
nnd Canada. Mr. Glenn expressed his
appreciation of tho warm welcome re
ceived from tho machinists of this city.
JUBILEE COMMITTEE REPORT.
The British' American committee in
charge of the excursion to Fnrvlow on
June 22, in honor of the Queen's Jubilee,
made their resort on Friday evening.
The report was presented by W. H.
IMckson, of the Delaware and Hudson
company, who had charge of the ex
cursion. The total number of adult
tickets sold was 4.310 and 294 children's
tickets. From Carbondale, of these
tickets were sold 1,110, on which tho
committee received no commission. The
receipts from the sale of tickets were
ns follows: Company, $1,700.05; Mr.
Dickson, $101.37, general committee,
S2S7.7S. At the meeting the question of
a permanent organization was consid
ered, but no definite action was taken.
It was decided to give up tho proposed
banquet as it was deemed Inexpedient.
MOZART BAND CONCERT.
Another of their popular concerts will
he given this evening from tho balcony
of HotPl Anthracite by the Mozart
band. The following programme will
be given: March, "The Eighteenth
Regiment," F. Panell: "Louisiana Ruck
Dance," T. P. Brooke; "Idalla Waltz
es," C. W. Bennett; overture, "Lo Cnv
r.lier," T. Liscomb; march, "Th'o Stars
unci Stripes Forever," Sousa; serenade,
"Love's Sentinel," F. G. Bathburn;
medley, "Echoes from the Park," II -J,.
Ume, selection, "Maritana," W. V.
Wallace; march, "Burr's Triumphal,"
COMPRESSED AIR LOCOMOTIVE.
Hereafter a compressed air locomo
tive will be used at tho Wilson Creek
tunnel. It was taken there yesterday
and will be In working order tomorrow.
This locomotive will draw the cars u
distance of about two miles to the suv
fac and will do tho work of about fif
teen mules, and nearly as many driver
boys. Owing to the large amount of
coal from the Coalbrook mine which Is
now carried through the Wilson Creek
tunnel and the large number of cars
now necessary for the work It became
necessary to employ a locomotive.
WILL VISIT HIS NATIVE LAND.
Thomas Bevan, for many years the
well known and esteemed, sexton of
Trinity church, leaves the city today
In order to visit England, and enjoy a
vacation amid the scenes of his chlld-
Is no S
message . 1
1 brings more gladness to a true
woman's neari man the sweet
assurance that a little one is com
ing to bless her life and call her
Hut In all her loving prenara.
tions for the expected little guest,
i a mother is liable to forget that
her own Health ami physical
condition is the most itnpott.
want provision wuicii can posM.
my dc maae tor me
If the prospective
mother is weak, nerv-
ous and anxious, this
condition is bound to
react on the baby's
' constitution. No dam.
tinebs of wardrobe will
compensate for the loss
of the natural, healthy vigor
which a mother should be
stow upon her baby.
as eany as possiuic uur-
I ing gestation, the expectant
mother should reinforce her
bodily powers with the sustaining, health
bringing influence of Dr. Pierce's Favorite
It gives natural, healthy vigor and elastic
endurance to the organs specially concerned
in motherhood. It makes the coming of
baby perfectly safe and almost painless. It
gives nerve-strength to the mother and vital
hardihood to the child.
It is the only medicine devised by an edu
cated physician specially to overcome all
weaknesses and diseases of the feminine
Mrs. Rosco Vanovcr, of Robinson Creek, Pike
Co., Ky.. writes i " I wUh to ezprets my thanks
to you for the good I have received from your
Favorite Prescription.' I have used it at differ
ent tiroes for the last five years, and always with
ht most rmtlryiug result. But the greatest
rood received from the 'Favorite Prescription
l nbout four months ago whea tny last baby
was, lro. X ws afBlcted with ' child-bed fever.'
Inatead of sending after a doctor J ud tho ' pre
scription 'and wns cured. A lsdy friend of mine
was similarly afflicted sod seut after the doctor
and took his remedies and dud. I am 37 years
old. weigh 147 pounds, the mother of five children,
and sm enjoying the best of health."
Dr. I'leu-e's Pleasant Pellets cure consti.
ratisu, promptly and permanently.
r-- waft jf&i-r
hood. He expects to be absent about
six weeks. His health has not been
good of late, nnd his friends trust that
the voyage will prove beneficial. The
expenses of the trip nre paid by friends
and a collection was taken in church
on Sunday ns n mark of appreciation.
Seven persons from this city and Jer
myn also leave today for New York,
and will sot call for the old country.
Among the visitors In the city are
Miss Mary Barbour, In religion Sister
Do Sales; iMIss Kate Vlnan, In religion
Sister Vincent, who formetly resided
In this city, but are now of St. Joseph's
Order of Nuns of Kansas. They are
accompanied by Miss Mame Morris,
and are visiting Miss Barbour's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Barbour,
of Woodlawn avenue. Miss Anna
Burko, in religion Sister St. John, for
merly of this city, ha recently been
made Mother Superior of the convent.
Three months ago 'Mrs. Frank Torico
eloped at Lliv, Cambria county, with
Louis Varice, taking with her a two-year-old
son. The elopers settled here.
Yeatcrdny they were arrested on a
warrant sworn out before Alderman
Jones and taken to Lily. Mrs. Torico
Is a comely woman of twenty-six and
Varice is ten years older.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES.
Miss Edith Hadden, of Sulllvanvllle, Is
visiting Miss Mny Aimer, of Terrace
Miss Mary White has returned homo
after several months' visit with rela
tives In Jersey City.
Mrs. Doyle and daughter, Bessie, of
Scranton, uro visiting relatives in this
Misses Katherlne l'nco nnd Mary For
tieth left yesterday for a three weeks'
vlblt at Atlantic City.
Miss Ella Malono left yesterday for a
two weeks' stay at Long Branch.
Mrs. Anthony Ilcnnlgan and son,
James, of Scranton, are the guests of
tho former's mother, Mrs. Burke, on
D. B. Buss, of Chemung, and Miss
Lyilla Jones, of Klrkwood, N. Y., who
have been visiting friends In this place
for the last row days, have returned
Mrs. E. J. McGce. who has been visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Frank McMInn, on
Terrace street, has returned to her homo
Mrs. Jncob Gortman. of Lancaster, pa.,
Is the guest of Mrs. A. C. Hants nt tho
Mlsi Kuto Gilhool, of Brooklyn street,
is visiting friends In Scranton.
;iis Mattie Wood, of Watklns, N. Y.,
ar.d Miss May ITImer, have returned uf
tn n week's visit at Waymart.
Mrs. T. J. JIaxey, of Church street.
Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Henry Box, of
L. I. Bunnell and H. W. Harrison
spent yesterday nt the lake.
Miss May Albro, of Scranton, who hns
been visiting Miss Suslo Jadwln, of But
ler street, has returned home.
Mis. M. L. Barrett and children, of
Scranton, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mies Laura Cogglns, of Poughkeepsle,
N. Y Is visiting her sister, Mrs. B.
Burke, on Pike street.
E. M. Purdy nnd wife, of Atlanta,
Ga are visiting the former's sisters, Mrs.
B. Stono and Miss Ella Purdy, of this
Miss Flora Hnrrlson will leavo tomor
row for Wyoming Camp grounds, where
she will he tho gueat of Miss Mlnnlo
ivyte, of Plttston.
Misses Anna and Dora Wagoner, of
Greene, N. Y and Cora Wilcox, ot
Great Bend, who have been visiting in
this city, have returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reining have been
called to the bedside of a sick rclatlvo In
Mr. imil Mrs. O. L. Utley spent Sun
day with relatives in Clifford.
Miss Allda Nealon and her guest, Miss
Salllo McQuillan, of Phlladelph'n, wero
Scranton visitors Sunday.
Miss Mary E. Hanes. of Wllkes-Barrc,
spent Sunday with Mrs. C. A. Hanes, nt
Mrs, George Benton la visiting her par
ents In Forest City.
Mis. J. J. Delevun and Miss Emily
Steed, of Olyphant, are visiting nt tho
homo of It. J. Develan, of Belmont street.
Mrs. Mary Costelio. of Philadelphia, Is
Uniting friends in this city.
Mr. Georgo l)u Vnl, ot Scranton, wns
a guest nt tho homo of Mrs. G. W. Ev
uns, on Wnyno street, Sunday.
This evening the Ladles' Aid society
of the Welsh Congregational church
will hold an ice cream social at the
John J. Flynn, of the Fifth ward of
Taylor, announces himself ns a. candi
date for delegate to tho Democratic
The "Old Homestead," better known
ns Lowry's ixirk, on North Mnln
street, will be opened to the public
of Taylor this evening with a clam
bake. The popular picnic resort is
familiar to the people of this town and
ns the Taylor band will be on hand to
furnish the music no doubt a large
crowd will be present.
George Taylor, of Hyde Park, was a
Taylor visitor on Sunday.
John, the 4-months-old child of Mr.
and Mrs. John Gould, died on Sunday
afternoon after a brief illness. He will
be burled this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Interment will be made In the Presby
The young ladies of the Calvary Bap
tist church will hold an ice cream
social this evening In the church rooms.
Cake will also be served. They prom
ise an excellent time.
The Taylor Grays unci the West Side
Anthracites will battle for a purse of
15 on the school house purk this after
noon at 3.S0 o'clock.
Joseph' Jermyn, of Scranton, was here
on business yesterday.
Misses Kate McCann and Bruggle
Tufty, of South Scranton, wero tho
guests of friends in this place on Sun
day. Dr. J. W. Houscr nnd Druggist Jo
seph Davis, of this place, mado a bust
net's trip to Scranton yesterday.
The Independent Social club will con
duct Its regular weekly social at Web
er's rink this evening.
The excursion of the Irish Catholic
Benevolent union of this place and of
Hyde Park to Farview on July 21
promises to be n grand success in every
sense of the term.
The employes of the Taylor, Pyno
and Holden collieries will recelvo their
monthly distributions for Juno today.
This afternoon at 4 o'clock th'o district
meeting of the Lackawanna district
will be held at the hall of Lackawanna
lodge, No. 113, when the election of
deputy grand master will take place.
Tho past ofllclal degree will also bo
conferred. All member are requested
This evening tho Ladles' Aid society
of the Welsh Baptist church will hold
a sotinl on tho chutch lawn, weather
permitting; otherwise It will bo held
In the church.
' John Walters, of Hyde Park, waa a
Taylor visitor yesterday.
Morris Millar, of Scranton, spent the
Sabbath in this town,
Messrs. Charlt Qrosan and Anthony
Connors, nt this place, called on South
Sldo friends on Sunday.
Miss Kate Burko, of Hyde Park, wns
the guest of Mrs. C. II. Van Horn yes
terday. Merchant Casper Ott Is putting a
new addition to his residence on Starrs
Don't forget to attend tho Ice cream
social this evening at tho Calvary Bap
The 12pworth League of tho Metho
dist church will, at their concert on
Thursday evening, render the follow
ing programme: Piano duet, Misses
Mnry Swick, Carrlo Murray; vocal
nolo. Miss Lou Mnce, of Peckvillo; rec
itation, Miss Eliza B. Osborne; selec
tion, Starlight quartette; selection,
mandolin and guitar; oration, Naboth
Osborne: violin solo, Miss Edith Davis:
recitation, Miss 13. B. Osborne; vocal
solo, Thomas Jopllng; cornet solo, Eli
jah Stevens: piano duett, Messrs.
Walkey and Bovard.
Mis. G. W. Walters spent yesterday
Miss Mame Shifter, of Scranton, is
visiting Mies Maggie Winter, of Main
The cycllhts of town are actively en
gaged In organizing a bicycle club, and
nre looking for suitable rooms for
Miss Sadie Bush, of Scranton, nnd
Ambrose Conklln, of Treverton, Pa
are the guests of Miss Maggie Winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Friend and
two children spent Sunday at Glen
burn, the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank
Samuel Warner, of Malm street, is
suffering with an attack ot rheumat
ism. Joseph Phillips lias announced hlm
Belf as a candidate for delegate to the
Bepubllcan county convention from tho
Mrs. Joseph Jay, sr has been suffer
ing for the past month with a cancer.
She has been attended by a physician
from Dunmore, and yesterday morning
was relieved of a very large cancer.
Edward Owens left this morning for
Connecticut, which place ho will make
his future homo.
Mrs. Samuel Waters will leave this
evening for a visit to England and
Wales, with relatives.
Children's day was observed at the
Primitive Methodist church on Sunday.
The decorations were very pretty and
the services were much enjoyed.
Mrs. George McLaughlln.of the South'
Side, Is 111.
Miss Maggie Lewis, of Green ltidge,
Is the guest of Miss Kate Roberts, of
Mrs. John Piel, of Forest City, and
Miss Stella Lowry, of Jermyn, spent
Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Fred
Jordan, of Scott.
Alfred Helines spent yesterday in
Eugene Hudson, of Carbondale, spent
Sunday evening in town.
Miss Kate Reese spent Sunday with
her parents In Peckvllle.
Miss Sarah Bengough has gone to
Lake Idlowlld, where she will spend
the next two months.
The standing of the clubs of the
County league Is as follows:
W. L. P.C.
Archbald G 1 .833
Alumni 2 2 .500
Mnyfleld 2 3 .400
Bailroad 1 3 .250
Jermyn 1 4 .205
The regular monthly meeting of the
Dickson Bepubllcan club will bo held
In Smith's hall, over the postofTlce,
Wednesday evening, July 14, at 7.30
Tho Hickories, of Jermyn, wero de
feated in a game of baso ball by the
Nonpareils, ot this place, Sunday. Tho
score was 11 to 7.
Mrs. William Humble, of Yatesvllle,
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Rob
Miss Sarah J. Plow-right visited
friends in town Sunday.
Mrs. William Thorpe was the guest
of friends In Wilkes-Barre the fore
part of the week.
St. Thomas' congregation will hold
a picnic Tuesday, July 19.
Jennie and Clara Miller, 01 Green Ridge,
returned home yesterday after a week's
visit with Miss Mlnnlo Griflln.
Mrs. Smith nnd son, Henry, and Mrs.
IlKiffoid, spent last Wednesday with
James W. Mooro and Frank Hall went
fishing last Saturday on the Susquehan
na and brought back thirty-eight flno
black bass. It being the largest catch
ot the season.
Alice nnd Laura Belly, of Miner's Mills,
are hero for a two week's stay with
Miss Nellie Bly.
The Glenburn baso ball team are ar
ranging for games with Mill City and
Nicholson for next week.
Palmer Jadwln, of Brooklyn, Is hero
for the summer, stopping nt tho Jadwln
Mi. and Mrs. Jones have returned homo
a4ter a two weeks' visit In Honesdale.
Tho Glenburn baso ball team went lo
Fleetvllle last week to play a game of
ball with the Fleetvillo team, thinking
they wero a gentlemanly lot of players,
but found out different before they left
At the beginning of tho seventh inning
the score being 1C to 3, In Glenburn's
favor, tho Fleetvilles went to bat nna
got men on first and second, and tho
roxt man up mado a lilt to left flo'd. A-
tho man on second was running to third
Mr. Mooro, of the Glenburns, mado a
bluff to catch tho ball, which was In left
field, without Interfering with tho run
ner whatever. Tho runner, being Ignor
ant ot tho rules of the game, IIko a
few moro of tho team, got angry and
went for him, and for a moment It
looked as if blood might bo shed. Even
the spectators took a hand In the argu
ment. Ono of them hit Moore over tho
eye with his first, but owing to the cool
nebs of the Glenburn team, nothing se
rious resulted. Tho umpire wanted Glen
burn to finish the game, but they re
fused. Before leaving the visitors de
manded their guarantee, which was re
fused. If the Fleetvllla team ever plays
in Glenburn tho Glenburn nlno vlll not
play tho part of ruflllans or babies either.
Mrs. George Woodbrldgo. of tho West
End, is visiting with friends at Carbon
Mr. and Sirs. Herbert Frear spent Sun
day as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram
Inch, at Waymart.
Mr, and Mrs. Corey Jenkins and fam
ily aro spending n week with relatives at
Mrs. Oeorgo W. Thomas left yester
day to visit her daughter, Mrs. John
Bone, at Oneontn.
Levi Stago, who was seriously hurt
last week by being thrown out of his
wagon, Is Improving slowly,
Windsor Foster visited his brother at
Farview, last Saturday.
L. T. Bassell, the assistant agent at
the Delawaro nnd Hudson depot hero,
spent Sunday with friends nt Wuymart.
Burgess S. B. Williams leaves this
THERE IS A CLASS OF PEOPLE
Who nre Injured by the use of coffee. Recent,
ly there bus been placed in all the grorery
stores a new preparation called GHAIN-O.
made of pure grains, that takes the place of
coll'ee. The most delicate stomach receives
It without distress, nnd but few can tell it
from coltee. It does not cost over l as much.
Children may drink it with benefit. 10 cts.
una yn cents per package. Try It. Ask for
Ci Lfttfceflt rackace-createBt economy. FnSS, k&Yt2ffitSmAM
i ' k. xwen iBiirninn iiiiujiimil
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The opening of this famous resort un
der new management will take place
early in June.
Situated In the southern corner of
Susquehanna county on the shores of
beautiful Crystal Lake, Fern Hall Is
one of the most attractive-places in tho
State of Pennsylvania to spend a few
weeks during the heated term.
Every facility Is affordtd for the en
tertainment of Its guests.
Pun Mountain Air,
the table being supplied from Fern Hall
Postal Telegraph and Long Distance
Telephone service In the hotel.
Tally-Ho coaches make two trips
dally from Carbondale.
Write for Terms, Etc., to
C. E. ATWOOD.
Crystal Lake, Dundaff, Pa.
SPRING HOUSE, Heart Lake, Pa.
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Bicycle boat, sail boats, 15 row boats,
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AH conveniences and comforts for per
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0. W. MATTHEWS,
Owner and Manafier.
morning for a business trip to Potts
vllle. The fire alarm, which was sent In yes
terday afternoon, and got tho Watson
lloso company out, proved to be a false
Abraham Grlevcr, tho young man who
was so badly hurt on the gravity road a
few months ago, will resume his old posi
tion H1I3 morning.
rostmnster und Mrs. A. A. Swingle
and Mr. nnd Mrs George V. Roberts
spent Sunday visiting relatives at Salem,
Way no county.
AMATEUR BASE BALL.
Mr. ltiuldy on tliu Luclunvnuuti-Soiitli
Sporting Editor Tribune.
Sir: In today's issue of your paper I
noticed that somo friend of the Lacka
wanna base ball team used your columns
as a blind to tho public In singing the
praises ot tho above team, and their
abilities to play tho game. I don't thlnlt
the party who sent you tho score knows
tho first thing about scoring. In the first
placo his scoring of hits was not cor
rect, for tho South Sldo team had six
clean hits off Ruane, and the Lacka
wannas had four off Fallon, and ono of
thoso was a home-run, which the second
baseman should have got, and when It
got to the right fielder It was on the
ground, but struck one of tho largo cob
ble stones, whloh aro scattered through
out the whole field, and bounded over
his head. Ono of the hits ho credits the
I.ackawannas with, was a muffled fly in
right field. Another of their scored hits
was a fumbled ball at short, and the six
South Side hits were all clean ones,
placed whero nobody had a chance to
field them, nnd thero are no errors credit
ed for them. Your writer also claims
the gamo was stopped on account of tho
storm; but In tho seventh inning the
South Side scored a run and made tho
score 4 to 1. The South Side had Its
best batter up and a man on third base
when the whole Lackawanna team run
in to annihilate the umpire, and they re
fused to play, the scoro standing 4 to 4,
This is the third gamo between tho above
teams, and none of them wero played to
a finish. C. J. Ruddy,
Manager South Sldo ba&o ball club.
Scranton, Pa., July 12, 1S97.
Tho South Side base ball team chaN
lengo tho Lackawannas to play at Ath
letlu patk at nny time and it Is the
wishes of tho South Sldo team that nn
impartial umpire bo selected so thut they
can play the gumo through. C. J. Ruddy,
The Dashers, of Old Forge will play
tho Nonpareils, of prlceburg, on tho
Prlcoburg grounds Sunday, July 18. Dan
The South Side Stars challenge the
Baso Stealers, of Cork Town, to a gamo
July IS, on the Steel Mill (.founds, an
bwer In Tho Tribune. John Cook, cap
tain. The South Sldo Stars defeated tho Base
Stealers, of Corh Town, Sunday morn
ing on the Electric grounds, by a score
of 9 to 7. Batteries for tho Stars, But
tle, Cawley and Cook. John Cook, cap
tain. Tho Olyphanr.Browns accept th chal
lenge of tho Lackawannas to play ball
at Olyphant park on Thursday, July 15.
Thomas Median, manager.
Tho Loyal Legion baso ball team ac
cepts tho challenge of tho Sliders, and
will play them In Laurel Hill park,
Thursday afternoon, July 15. They wlli
meet the Sliders at tho Park at 2.30
The Keystones administered a shut-out
to the Slubjacks yesterday afternoon on
the Henry grounds. Scoro, 8-0.
The Old Has-Ucens, of Olyphant, chal
lengo tho Young Americans, of the eamo
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tn a modoat and unobtruslvo way there are
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roadlly bo traced to Its uniquo location, its
homelike atmosphere, the peculiar axcellonoa
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WILLIAM TAYLOR AND SOU
place, to n gamo on Jones' grounds,
July 19.- Answer through The Tribune.
h. Lloyd, captain; T. Mason, manager.
The Grassy Island club challenges the
Holfords, of Peckvllle, to a gamo on
Thursday on the tatter's grounds. An
swer In Tho Tribune as soon ns possible.
C. Thomas, captain; J. Zucke, manager.
Tho Pounders, of tho South Side, chal
lenge tho Violets, of the same place, to
a gamo of ball on the Hollow grounds
Sunday, July 18, at 2.30 sharp. Answer
In Tho Tribune. Jake Mackcr, manager;
Jack Evcrhardt, captain; xrltz Fudlck
Tho Twilight baso ball club challenge
tho Violets, of tho South Sldo, to a game
of ball on tho Hollow grounds Sunday,
July 18, at 2.30 sharp. Answer In Tho
Tribune. Art Convey, manager; Peter
Tho Little England Stars accept the
challengo of tho Loyal Legion Drum
corps and will play them In Laurel Hill
park, July 15, at 2.30 p. m. J. F. Foster,
Tho Scranton Juniors accept the chal
lenge of tho Park Plnce Defenders Tues
day at 2.30. T. L. Sayers, manager.
The South Sldo Violets defeated tho Cu
bans Sunday morning. Score, C-3.
Tho Apollos wero defeated by tho Vio
lets Sunday afternoon. Score, 2-1.
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that don't nt as well as can be. This is ono of the reasons our shoes feel better, look
better und wear better than others.
fjTHE NEWARK SHOE STORE,
i Corner Lackawanna and Wyoming Avenues. I
3 Sole Agents (or the Jas. A, Banister Co. s Shoes for Men. SB
We Carry a Full Stock of
Wheels, Rims, Spokes, Hubs, Shafts, Poles, Axleo,
Springs, Steel and Cast Skeins, Buggy Tops,
Duck, Drill, Rubber and Carriage Cloth,
Carriage Forgings, Bolts, Clips,
AND A FULL LINE OF
IRON, STEEL AND BLACKSMITH'S SUPPLIES. ':
Bittenbender & Co., Scranton, Pa.
LACKAWANNA HER CO.,
OH SfilO PfflB. lilt H fi.llJ IHOI m
Bill Timber cut to order on short notice. Hardwood MSmo Ralla
sawed to uniform lengths constantly on hand. Peeled Ilbnlock
Prop limber promptly Furnished.
MILLS At Cross Fork. Potter Co.. on tie Buffalo and Subouc
innna Hnilroad. At Mlna, Potter County. Pa., on Coudcrspo'rt, and
Port Allegany Ituilroad. Capacity 400,000 feet per day.
G.VNKKAI, OFFICE-Boardof Trade Uuilding, Scranton, Pa.
Telephone No. 4014.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURINGCO
SCRANTON AND WILKE8-BAPIRE, PA.. Manufacturer or
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
Oeacrai Office: SCRANTON, PA.
Schedule In Effect November is. i8j5.
Trains Lcavo Wilkes-Barre as Follows
7.30 a. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrlsburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington, and for Pitts
burg and tho West.
10.15 a. m., week days,, for Hazloton,
Pottsville, 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,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and Pittsburg
and the West.
3.15 p, m., Sundays only, for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
and Pittsburg and the West.
G.OO p. m., week days, for Harleton
J. R. WOOD, den'l Pass. Agent.
J. B. HUTCHINSON, General .Mnnajer.
Central ituilrond of New Jersey
(Lehlsh and Susquehanna Division.)
Anthracite coal used exclusively. Insur
ing cleanliness and comfort.
T1AIB TAHLU IN EFFECT JUNE 27. 1897
Trains leavo Scranton for Plttston.
Wilkes-Barre, etc.. at 8.20. 9.15, 11.30 a. m..
12.43, 2 00. 3.05, 5.00, 7.10 p. m. Sundays 9.00,
a. m.,1.00. 2.13. 7.10 p. m.
For Mountain Park. S.20. 11.30 a. rn.. 2.00,
3.05, 5.00 p. m. Sundays, 9.00 a. m., 1.00, 2.1a
PFof Atlantic City, S.20 a. m.
For New York. Newark nnd Elizabeth,
S.20 (express) a. m.. 12.43 (express with DuN
fet parlor car), 3.03 (express) p. m. faun
day. 2.15 P. m. Train loavlnc 12.4d p. m,
arrives at Philadelphia. Reading Termin
al. 5.22 p. m. and New York COO p. in.
For Mauch Chunk. AKcntown. Bethle
hem. Easton nnd Philadelphia. 8.20 a. m..
12.45, 3.03, 5 00 (except Philadelphia) p. m.
Sunday. 2.15 p. rn.
For Long Branch, Ocean Grove, etc., at
8.20 (through car) a. m. and 12.45 p. m.
For Iteadlns, Lobanon and Harrlsburs,
la Allentown, 8.20 a. m., 12.43, 5.00 p. m.
Sunday. 2.15 p. m.
For Pottsvlfle. 8.20 n. m.. 12.45 p. rn.
Returning leave New York, foot of Lib
erty street, North River, nt 9.10 (express)
a m . U0. 1.30. 4.15 (express with Buffet
parlor car) p. m. Sunday. 4 30 a. m.
I'cavo Philadelphia. Reading Terminal,
9.00 a. m 2.00 and 4.30 p. m. Sunday, 0.2j
'Through tickets to all points at lowest
rate may be had on application in ad
vanco to the ticket agent at the station.
II, P. BALDWIN,
Gen. Pass. Agt.
J, H. OLHAUSEN. Gen. Supt.
Del., Lacka. and Western.
Effect Monday, Juno 21, 1S97.
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Ex
nress for Now York and all points East.
1.40. 2.50, G.15, 8.00 and 10.20 a. m.; 12.55 and
Extiress for Easton, Trenton, Philadel
phia and tho South, 5.15, 8.00 and 10.20 a.
m 12.55 and 3.33 p. m.
Washington and way stations, 3.43 p. m,
Tobyhanna accommodation, 6.10 p. m.
Express for Blnghamton, Oswego, El
mlra. Corning. Bath. Dansvllle. Mount
Morris and Buffalo. 12.10, 2.35, 9.00 a. m..
nnd 1 55 P tn.. malting close connections at
Buffalo to all points in the West. North
west and Southwest.
Blnghamton and way station. 1.0 p. m.
Nicholson accommodation, 4.00 and G.10
"'Blnghamton and Elmlra express, 5.53
PExpress for Utlca and Richfield Springs,
2.33 a. m. and 1.55 p. m.
Ithaca, 2.33, 9.00 a, m., nnd 1.5j p. m.
For Northumberland, Plttston, Wilkes
Barre. Plymouth, Bloomsburg and Dan
ville making close connection at North
umberland for Wllllamsport, Harrisburg,
Baltimore. Washington and the South.
Northumberland and Intermediate sta
tions, 6.00. 10.20 a, m., and 1.55 and 6.00 p. m.
Nantlcoke and Intermediate stations,
g OS and 11.20 a. m. Plymouth and Inter
mediate stations, 3.40 and 8.47 p. m. For
Kingston. 12.10 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on
all express trulns.
For detailed Information, pocket time
tables, etc., apply to M. I Smith, Dls.
trlct Passenger Agent, depot ticket oftlco.
Eric and Wyoming Valley.
Effect Monday, May 31st. 1897.
Trains leavo Scranton as follows: For
New York and intermediate points on
Erie railroad, also for Hawley, Laka
Ariel and local points at 5.00 a, m. and
2.2.8 p. m.
Additional trains for I.ako Ariel and
points intermediate at 8.45 a. m. and 5.20
0 -f s
Delaware and Hudson.
On Monday, July C, trains will leave
Scranton as follows:
For Carbondale 6.20, 7.55, 8.53, 10.15 a.
m.; 12.00 noon; 1.21, 2.20, 3.52, 6.23, 6.25, 7.57,
9.15, 10.43 p. m.; 12.10 a. m
For Albany, Saratoga, Montreal, Bos
ton, New England points, etc, C.20 a. m.,
2.20 p. m.
Foro Honesdale 0.20, 8.53, 10.15 a. m.(
12.00 noon; 2.20, 5.25 p. m.
For WI!kes-Barre6.4o, 7.50, 8.45. 9.38,
10.45 a. m.; 12.03. 1.25, 2.2S, 3.33, 4.41, 6.00. 7.50,
9.50, 11.30 p. m.
For New York, Philadelphia, etc., via
Lfhlgh Valley R. R., fi.45. 7.50 a. m.; 12.03.
1.2G, 4.41 p. m. (with Black Diamond Ex
press) 11.30 p. m.
For Pennsylvania R. R. points 0.43, 9.3S,
a. m.; 2.28, 4.41 p. m.
For -western points via T.ohlgh Valley
R. R., 7.50 a. m.; 12.03, 3.33 (with Black
Diamond ExprtEs), 9.50, 11.30 p. m.
Trains -will arrive at Scranton as fol
lows: From Carbondale and the north 6.40
7.45, 8.40, 9.31, 10.40 a. m.: 12.00 noon; 1.20,
2.24. 3.25, 4.37. 5.45. 7.4G, 9.45. 11.23 p. m.
From Wilkes-Barre and the south 6.15,
7.50, 8.50, 10.10. 11.55 a. m.; 1.10. 2.14. 3.4S.
6.20. 6.21. 7.53, 9.05, 9.46 p. m.; 12.05 a. m.
J. W. BtJRDIClC. G. P. A.. Albany. N. Y.
II. W. CROSS, D. P. A., Scranton. Pa.
Lehigh Valley Railroad System.
Anthracite Coal Used Exclusively Insur
ing Cleanliness nnd Comfort.
IN EFFECT JUNE 14, 1S97.
TRAINS LEAVE SCRANTON.
For Philadelphia and New Yoik via D.
& H. R. R. at 6.43. 7.50 a. m.. and 12.03, 1.25,
2.2S, 4.41 (Black Diamond Express) and
11.30 p. m.
For Plttston and Wilkes-Barre via D.
U & W. R. R.. 6.00, 8.03, 11.20 a. m 1.53
3.40, 6.00 and 8.47 P. m.
For White lleven, Hazleton, Pottsville,
and principal points In the coal regions
via D. & H. R K 6.43, 7.50 a. m.. 12.05 and
4.11 p. m.
For Bethlehem. Easton, Rending, Har
risburg and principal intermediate sta
tions via D. te H. R. R., 6.45. 7.50 a. m.,
12.05. 1.25. 2.28. 4.41 (Black Diamond Ex
press), 4.41 and 11.30 p. m.
For Tunkhanr ock. Towanda. Elmlra,
Ithaca, Geneva and principal Intermediate)
stations via D L,. & W. R. R 6.00,
8.08 a. m., 12.40 on d 3.40 p. m.
For Geneva, Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara
Falls, Chicago and all points west via D.
& H. R. R.. 12.05, 3.33 (Black Diamond
Express), 9.50 and 11.30 p, m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehigh
Valley chair cars on all trains between
Wllkea-Barro and New York, Philadel
phia, Buffalo and Suspension Bridge.
ROLLIN II. WILBUR, Gen. Supt.
CHAS. S. LEE, Oen. Pass. Agt., Phlla.,
A. W. NONNEMACHER, Asst. Gen.
Pass. Agt.. South Rethlehem, Pa.
Scranton Office, 309 Lackawanna avenue.
In I'.ffcct June 27th, 1SH7.
(Trains Dally. Ex.
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p MiArnve Leavei
Si n. y. rranKim 91,
Wesc 4'ind street
A Xlf Ml
6i 1 15
6 IB 1 00
6 07 1 50
Cod as In
6 10; ii 16
5 54 IS 40
5 41 18 14
S 3012 C3
5 16 1149
ft COM 34
1 b, IS SSI
7 42,13 43
7 44 3 43
i 18,11 S3
4 43 1118
4 40 1115
4 81 1107
4 29 11 0
4 VA II 03
6 C4 4 07
8 0a 4 10
4 li 11 01
B 10 U 14
H 12 fi 17
4 18 11057
4 IS 10SS
t) 13 4 0
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a u r u
All trains run dally except Sunday.
r. Bignlnes that trains stop on signal for pas.
pecure rates via Ontario 4 Western beforo
purchasing tickets and aavo money. Day and
Right Kiiiresi to the West.
J. C, Anderson, Oen.Posa Act.
T.Flltcrott. l)lr, i'oss. Am. Beraoton. 1'a.
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