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THE SORANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER II, 187.'
Reader will pleate note that adver
tisements, orcltrs for Job work, nnd
items for publication loft at the estab
lishment of Shannon & Co., newsdealers.
North Main streo. will recclvo prompt at
tention; office open from 8 a. m. to 10
AT WALLSVILLE FAIR.
A large number from this clly attend
cd tho Wnllsvllle fair on Thursduy,
where there were exciting; races: L. A.
Patterson nrnl 13. H. Avery, of this
city, entered horses. In the 2.28 clnsa,
"BlK noneo," owned by Levi Pnttcrson,
took llrst prize. The purse was $12.".
K. 11. Avery's "I.lttle Itnckct" won the
third prize In the thrce-mlnuto class.
The time was 2.32. The purse wns $100,
of which Mr. Avery received $20.
Among those present nt the fair from
'his city on Thursday wort the fol
lowing: V. W. Watt, Fred Watt. II.
W. WIlllaniH, .T. R. Cameron, I... A. 1'nt
terson, John .T. Simpson, Frank Hub
hard. A. L. Pntterson, II. P. Patterson,
Delb'rt and Senior Avery, Frank Munn,
William Male, Jiulson Smith, Chris.
Moul'ter, W. M. Uorst, Irvlns Snyder,
Henry Pierce, John Wedeman, William
and Geors Russell, Fred Frank. There
were nt the fair jesterday the follow
ing: W. G. Scurry, J. Porter. P. J.
fioblns-on, J. Nicholson, W. L. Thomp
eon.Frank 12. Dennis and Samuel Moon.
. FATAL ACCIDENT.
On Thursday evening John McCarty,
of Wilkes-Barro. while on the Delaware
and Hudson railroad, was struck by
a south bound train and Instantly kill
ed. Tho accident occurred near the
bridge north of Simpson. The man, in
company with one Madden, had been
riding on a coal train going north, and
was struck by the down tmln, an in
stant after leaving It. Detective Crip
pen arrived In town soon after the acci
dent to investigate the affair. The
man called Madden acknowledged to the
detective thnt his name was John Gan
non. He said that he had known Mc
Carty only a few days, and that they
were looking for work. It Is said that
the man who was killed has a brother
in Wilke-Parre, one Michael McCarty,
bul'as ypt no information has been re
celvpd. The unfortunate young man
was a miner about 23 years of age.
Special letters have been received by
the local papers of this city stating that
Columblas No. 5 with the Mozart band,
made a. 'favorable appearance In the
Port Jervls parade. The music of the
Mozarts was highly appreciated; the
announcement on the programme was
called the "celebrated Mozart, the fin
est band in Eastern Pennsylvania."
The Columblas were guests of the Fow
ler Hose company. They received a
most cordial reception. Superintend
ent Dowc.of the Erie Jefferson division;
Alderman S. S. Jones, Dr. D. I., Bailey
and Coal Operator Meagley rode In the
procession; also Attorney II. C. Rut
ler. George Norrls, J. P. A. Tingley
and U. Larkin. Thcee and other gen
tlemen were guests of the Columbia
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES.
Mr. Wilbur Harrison, of Jersey City,
is the guest of his brother, Mr. W. A.
Harrison, of Washington street.
Miss Stella Hathaway has returned
from Preston Park, where she has been
spending the summer.
General Manager Brush, of the In
corporated Building bank, of New
York, was in this city yesterday, look
ing over territory in the Interest of
the company, which G. W. Hughes Is
The Misses Ella and Cornelia Stamp,
of Salem avenue, have returned from
a visit nt Susquehanna.
Miss Myra Somers, who has been vis
iting Mrs. William Johnson, on Wash
ington street, for the past two months,
has returned to her home in Corning,
Miss Minnie Cowles. of Terrace
street, is entertaining Miss Alberta
Watklns, of Forest City.
Will Nealon, of Pike street. Is spend
ing a week with Plttston and Wllkes
Miss Annie Harte, of Cottage street,
spent Thursday with Scranton friends.
Mesdames John Demark and E. D.
Lathrope left yesterday for a visit
with relatives in Blnghamton.
Mrs. A. H. Hick, of Ninth avenue,
fell from a step ladder Thursday eve
ning about 9 o'clock and fractured two
ribs. Dr. J. J. Thompson attended to
the unfortunate lady's injuries,
John Glbbs arrived home yesterday
with his son, who suffered a paralytic
stroke while sojourning at Ocean Grove
for his health.
Miss Katie Devlne, of Woodlawn ave
nue, has accepted a position as sales
woman in the store of Davldow Broth-
PAIN. CURED IN AN INSTANT,
U.RE.S TI.IE wORST PAINS in from
one to twenty minutes, Not one hour
SneCSUKKBfl,l-?idVert,Mmont nced a"y
ACHES AND PAINS.
For headache (whether slek or nervous),
toothache, neuralgia, rheumatism, lumba
go, pains and weakness In the back, tplno
or kidney, pains uroi-nd tho liver, pieurl
y. swe.llug of tho joints and pains of all
kinds, tho application of Radway'u Ready
R-llef will afford Immediate case, and its
continued use for a few days elfcct a per
A CURE FOR ALL
A half to a tcaspoonfu! ofHeady Relief
In a. half tumbler of water, repeated as
often as tho discharges continue, and a
flannel saturated with Ready Relief placed
over tho stomach and bowels will afford
,r'JC3S.'1i5,tri1le!.un'1 00, cttcct a cure.
INTPRNALLY-A half to a toaspoonfut
In half a tumbler of water will In a fow
minutes cure Cramps, Spasms, Sour Htcm
ach. Nausea, Vomiting, Heartburn, Nerv
ousness. Sleeplessness, 8Iek Headache.
Flatulency( and all Internal pains.
.Mulurirt in Its Various Forms
Cured and Prevented.
There Is not a remedial aecnt in the
world that will cure Fever and Ague and
all other Malarious, RIMIouh and other
fevers, aided by RAUWAV'S PILLS, so
ijulcklr ae RADWAV'S READY RELIEF
Travelers shouM always carry a bottle
of Had way's Ready Relief with them. A
few drpps in WAtor will prevent sickness
or pallia from or.ango of water Jt s bet
ter than French brandy cr bitters as a
BE SURri TD GET "RADWAY'S"
and sco the n$me is on what you buy.
Price go Cents Per liottle. Sold by DrugjlJti
ers, of Scranton. She assumes her now
Mrs. F. llelaya, of Now York, Is
visiting her sister, Miss Emma Wells
brock, of Eighth avenue.
Mrs. James Thompson, of North
Church street, has returned from a
visit with Honesdale friends.
John White, of No. 4. left last night
for Baltimore, where ho will resume
his studies' in St. Mary's seminary.
Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Stephens, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Reed Fowler spent yester
day t Crystal Lake.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Lown nnd guests
T.KItchen, of Philadelphia, nnd Miss
Madge Davenport, returned from a
visit to East Windsor. N. Y Thurs
day evening. Mr. Kitchen left for his
Delaware und Hudson Telegraph
Operator Edward Knnpp left yester
day morning for Albany, N. Y where
he will remain a short time.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hone nnd son,
Harry visited Forest City friends this
Miss Anna Flaherty, of Scranton, Is
the guest of Mrs. John Campbell, of
Alderman Jones nnd Dr. D. L. Bailey
returned home from Port Jervls yes
Misses Lizzie Murphy and Bridget
Ncwcomb spent Thursday with Hones
The Misses Annie nnd Lizzie Harri
son, of Scott avenue, visitors nt the
home of Mr. and Mrs, II, A. Harrison,
of Washington street.
Mrs. Ed. Wheeler, of Church street,
spent Thursday with friends in Green
Miss Mate Howell, of this city, is
visiting Miss Jennie Palmer, In Scran
ton. Theodore Klein nnd family, who
have been spending the pnst two weeks
with friends in Wayne county, have
Mrs. A. Battle, of Plko street, Is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. Mary Hastings,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Morgan, of
Grove street, have returned after a
ten days' visit with friends in Phila
delphia. Mrs. Porter Smith, of Ninth avenue,
Is visiting friends and relatives In Dun
more. Levi Sllverls, of this city, 'attended
the reunion of the One Hundred nnd
Forty-Third Pennsylvania Volunteers,
which was held in Wllkes-Barrc Thurs
day. The reunion was held on the same
grounds on which the men were must
ered in thlrty-flve years ago.
Misses Amelia nnd Louise Davis
havo let the contract for their new
homo to be built at the corner of Park
street and Seventh avenue, to Contrac
tor Reynolds. Work has been com
menced upon the building, and it will
be finished before winter sots in.
W. F. Nye, C. W. Capwell, Mrs. A.
C. Purple and Roy Tallman attended
Thursday's session of the Abington as
sociation at Peckvllle.
The Delaware and Hudson paymas
ter paid tho employes of the gravity
J. B. Nicholson, Alva. Daley, Dan
Robinson nnd W. G. Scurry were on a
fishing trip yesterday.
Mrs. Mehl. of Chicago, who has been
spending the past two months with her
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Edgar Wells, in
South Canaan, has returned home.
The funpral services over the remains
of the late Miss Mary Jane Thomas
occurred from the home of her par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. George Thomns,
on Main street, yesterday afternoon.
The services were conducted by the
Rev. J. M. Lloyd, of the Welsh Baptist
church Rev. Mr. Lloyd In his remarks
made fitting reference to the exemplary
character of the deceased. Many (tonal
offerings were given by friends of the
deceased ind they presented a beauti
ful appnrance. After the services tho
remains were conveyed to their last
resting place in the Forest Home cem
etery. Tho pallbearers were: David
T. Davis, Anthony Williams, William
Jones, Absolam Williams, Gartield Wil
liams, Samuel Mitchell, Henry Wil
liams. Jacob Jleese, Edward Mitchell,
Daniel Thomas, Henry Lewis and Da
Bayard Griffiths, who was injured in
Taylor mines some time ago and who
was taken to the Moses Taylor hospital,
was brought home on Thursday and
has been Improving rapidly.
The Reds defeated the Grays yester
day afternoon on the school houss
grounds In a quite interesting game.
Both pitchers were hit hard at times.
Taylor Reds 5 0 1 2 19
Taylor Grays 0 0 2 1 03
Batteries Reds, J. Glynn and M.
Glynn; Grays, Edwards and Hammond,
John Williams, of Scranton, made a
Imsiness trip to this town yesterday.
Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
No. CGS, will meet this evening on North
Services nt the Presbyterian church
tomorrow at the usual hours. Rev.
L. R. Foster will officiate.
Mrs. William B. Owens, of North
Taylor, was the guest of friends in
Hyde Pari; yesterday.
Great preparations are being made
for the entertainment at tho Methodist
Episcopal church on Sept. 17. The
Young People's Society and Christian
Endeavor have secured Miss Fanny
Crosby, the blind poetess, to give somo
ot her humorous selections. She will
recite from her own writings. Profes.
sor David E. Jones has charge of the
musical programme. Tickets, adults,
25 cents; children, 10 cents.
Special servlcfs will be held at the
Calvary Baptist church tomorrow at
the usual hours. Morning service, at
10.30; Sunday school nt 2 p. m.; evening
session nt 6.00. Tho pastor. Rev. Dr. II.
H. Harris will olllclato at Olyphant to
morrow. Masters Joseph nnd John Hanplck
were tho guests of relatives In this
The Calvary Baptist church and tho
Welsh Congregational church will con
duct their regular monthly ico cream
socials on Tuepday evening of next
week. All will be welcome.
The eif-U-ddfod committee held an im
portant business meeting last evening.
The programme- will he published In
this column later.
Daniel Thomas, of Plttston, was a
Taylor visitor yesterday.
John Reynolds, of Scranton, of the
firm of ReynoldB Brothers, wna a caller
In town yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kresgo nnd son
Howard, of Dalton. visited Mr. and
Mrs. Hnrry Fritz Sunday last.
Miss Carrie Chrlstman, of Mauch
Chunk, Is spending n few weeks' with
her cousin, B, C. Koons.
Dr. Edward V. Smith and sister Lena,
of Ashley, Pa., visited nt D. Bmlth'a
Sunday nnd Mondny last.
Mrs. Miller, of Summit Park, moved
to Lnccyvllle, Bradford county, on
Dymond nnd Van Tyle havo sold out
their business to Mr. Pcdrlck, of
Mrs. William Justin nnd children, left
on Thursday night for Niagara Falls
and will return today.
William D. Smith, is 111.
Harold Parker attended the fair nt
A Flcnsnnt Lawn SocinW-Chlldrcn
Provoke n Lnwsnit--IIcnry Mnynes
Injured by n Hoodlum.
Dora Tennis and Minnie Reynolds re
turned yesterday from a visit with
friends in West Plttston.
Lorettn Walker Is visiting her cous
in, Grace Lynch, at Olyphant.
Mr. F. R. Gill Is much Improved.
Evn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al
bert Moon, Is suffering with cankered
David Reeves, recent delegate to the
Republican county convention, tend
oi ed his many friends a lawn social
John Watts, of Chicago, is visiting
friends In town.
Mrs. John Price, ot Kingston, who
has been visiting her mother, Mrs.
John McDermott, 'has returned home.
On Tuesday evening a reception was
tendered her by friends at the home of
On Thursday evening a law suit was
held before 'Squire Helmes between
William James and Jpseph Phillips, of
Third street A boy of Phillips' nbout
10 years old. struck James' daughter
with a small stone, hence 'a suit was
thought necessary to settle the dis
pute. They were held in bail to ap
pear nt court.
The Delaware and Hudson employes
were not paid yesterday, ns expected,
but will he paid probably today.
The residents of Mayiicid can now
have their houses lighted by electricity
by the Jermyn Electric Light company.
Tho social given by tho Ladles' Aid
of St. James" church In the house va
cated by Mr. Samuel Warner, was
Mr. W. B. Swlck, of Main street, who
has been sick for some time, Is slowly
Miss Julia Henry, of Second street,
spent yesterday in Carbondale.
A boy In Mayfleld threw a stone at
Henry Maynes yesterday afternoon,
making n deep gash in the back of
the head. Mr. Maynes was rendered
unconscious for some time. Dr. Shields
dressed the wound.
Mrs. Sylvester W. Mead, of Hcrrick,
is the guest of Mr. Benjamin Mead.
Mrs. Thomas Drake and daughter, of
Old Forge, are visiting the family of W.
Rev. J. G. Eckman officiated at the
quarterly meeting services held here
on Sunday last.
J. W. Mulllnex nnd wife nnd son, Al
bert, spent Sunday with friends near
Several of our townsmen attended
the nnnual re-union of Company K, of
tho Eleventh Regiment Cavalry, at
Glen'burn on Saturday last.
Electric Star lodge, No. 400, I. O. O.
F., were royally treated by May Griffin
Rebecca lodge. No. S4. on Saturday
night last ufter lodge seslon, which was
enjoyed by over a hundred members.
Rev. W. H. Sowell Is now a resident
here nnd now occupies the house va
cated by E. J. Hinckley on Spring
Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Matlack, of Wilkes-
WHAT MAN DOES NOT LOVE BEAUTY?
' Mro. Pinkham Counsols Young Wives to Koeop Tholr Attraotlvonoeo.1
A Lottor From a Young Wifo.
Scven-clghths of tho men
In this world marry a womau
because, sho is beautiful
in their eyes.
What a disappoint
ment then to sco tho
fair young wife's benuty
fndlng away before a year fv
passes over her head I
i 1 feel ns if I would lilto
to say to every young woman
who is nbout to he married
"Strengthen yourself in ad- AVf,'
vnnce, so that you will not VfA4)
break down under tho new
strain on vour powers." Keen your
it is n precious possession I Your husband loves
your beauty, ho is proud to be seen in public
with you; try to keep it for his sake, und your ,
Tho ' pale checks,' the dark shadows
tho eyes,- tho general drooping of the
wife's form, what do they mean ? They mean
that her nerves are failing, that her strength is going and that something
must be done to help her through the coming trials of maternity.
Build her up at once by n courso of somo tonic with specific powers. Such as
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. You can get it nt nny druggist's.
Following wo publish by request n letter from a young wife of her own ac
cord sho addresses it to her "suffering sisters," and while from modesty sho
nsks to withhold her name, sho gives her initials nnd btrcct number in
Chambersburg, l'a., so she can easily be found personally or by letter:
l'o my Suffering Sisters: Let mo write this, for your benefit, telling you
what Lydio E. Pinkham's Vegctnble Compound has done for me. I am but
nineteen and suffered with painful menstruation, leucorrhrea, dizziness, burn
ing sensation back of cars nnd on top of my head, nervousness, pain and
soreness of muscles, bearing-down pains, could not sleep well, was unable
to stand without pain, nnd oh! how I longed to be well!
One day I wrote to Mrs. Pinkham telling her all, knowing I could do so
in perfect confidence.
Sho wroto me a lovely letter in reply, telling mo exactly what to do.
After taking nine bottles of tho Compound, one box of Liver pills, and using
one-half packago of Sanative wash, I can say I am cured. I am to happy,
nnd owe my happiness to none other than Mrs. Pinkham.
Why will women suffer when help is near? Let me, as one who has had
some experience, urge all suffering women, especially young wives, to seek
Mrs. rinkham's advice. Mrs. It. S. It., 113 E. Catherine St., Chambersburg, Pa.
Barre, with their family, were the
guestB ot the Courtrlghls this week, and
returned to their home on Thursday
W. P. Coon returned from a two
weeks' sojourn at Ocean Grove on
Misses Anna and Llllle Rlbble accom
panied their guest. Miss Mary A. Wat
klns, to her home In Scranton.
Arthur La. Mont nnd the Misses Luella
Fraco and Mary Carl left here on Mon
day morning last for an outing at At
O. Chapman left here on Saturday
last for a visit at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. Lewis, and returned
home on Tuesday accompanied by his
wife and daughter.
Miss Margaret Lee, of Wilkes-Barr?,
who has boon the guest of the Lutseys,
returned home on Wednesday morning
A large number of our townspeople
have endeavored to make the Maltland
fair a success both by exhibitions und
patronage this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Giles Stanton, Mr. and
Mrs. B. E. Whoclcr, Mr. und Mrs. A. G.
Wheeler, Miss Dora Robinson, Miss
Mary E. Bevan and Rev. W. H. Lowell
were the delegates to the Abington
Baptist association this week at Peck
vllle. A. F. Brlgham left here on Monday
last for Vermont to purchase a team of
the famous Morgan horses for tho
Messrs. Matthews, of this place.
Mrs. Stephen Jay, of Ashley, called on
numerous friends here on Thursday.
Miss Lizzie Fraco returned homo on
THE BOY A CHANCE
Father must dress respectably and
mother and daughters, of course but
Johnnie is so hard on clothes that a 98c.
suit answers for him. No wonder he is a
A wise economy suggests buying the
lad strong clothes, but why not invest a
dollar or two in cultivating the gentle
manly instinct ?
Do you know anything that gives a
man greater sense of gentility than good
clothes? Boys are only incipient men.
Vestee Suits for bys 3 to s years
in winter weight fab
rics, pretty plaids, checks and mixtures.
The little vest comes separate and the jack
et can be worn without it over a blouse in
warmer weather. All sorts of trimming
each suit different each made with taste
and neatness. The picture shows one style.
You can see them in the Lackawanna
avenue window. Price on every suit,
HatS. 'le Hatters set the fashiou and
have to be paid for doing it. We
copy the best shapes and give them to you
at about half. Correct copy of Duulap,
Youman, Miller aud Knox are among our
Clothiers, Hatters, Furnishers.
mMi timiMrtJsL vam
ml '' flWV sJkwmi CS
JtA '..BkfcLltt&Wf MfMft
Monday after a three weeks' outing at
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer W. Roberts re
turned from their wedding Journey yes
terday. CRANBERRY PICKERS ON STRIKE.
Demand Hotter Pay and Hold Pos
session of Employer's Huts.
ML Holy. N. J., Sept. 10. Sheriff
Fleetwood was called upon this after
noon to go to New Lisbon, to stave off
threatened trouble among tho striking
cranberry pickers on the Joseph J,
White's bog. The pickers have been
getting 40 cents per bushel, but struck
for 50 cents, which was last year's rate.
Mr. White was unable to get his crop
harvested or gain possession of his
huts, whicli the pickers occupy. Fear
ing trouble he called upon the Sheriff.
Peter E. Cope, who owns a bog near
White's came Into town this afternoon
to consult Prosecutor Dudd about the
strike, which is extending to his bog.
RICH GOLD FIND IN NEW YORK.
Oro Running 81G5 to the Ton Re
ported from Xonr Snrntogn.
Saratoga, N. Y Sept. 10 Ex-Judge
Henry Hilton, of New York, has com
menced excavating in the Northern
portion of his Wobdlawn estate of
3000 acres, and has found gold rock
that assays as high as $163 a ton.
Tho mtlne will be worked extensively.
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nrc good shoes,
the best thnt
money nnd ex
incut grows greater
and greater. There's
A REASON FOR THIS.
Perhaps it might pay
4 you to find
I THE NEWARK SHOE STORE,
S Corner Lackawanna ami Wyoming Avenues. 2
We Carry a Full Stock of
Wheels, Rims, Spokes, Hubs, Shafts, Poles, Axles,
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 BLflCKHIH'S SUPPLIES. .
Bittenbender & Co.. Scranton. Pa.
GH SB P1B. HIE
Bill Timber cut to order on short notice. Hardwood Wine Ralls
sawed to uniform lengths constantly on hand. Peeled Hemlock
lrop limber promptly Furnished.
1 iMKL,.'.S A,4 Cross Fork, Potter Co.. on the Buffalo and Susque.
in4nn,Iron&" ..At MJua.I'ottcr County. Pa., on Coudersport. and
Port Allegany Railroad. Capacity 400,000 feet per day.
GENERAL OFFICE-Hoard of Trade Building, Ssranton, Pa.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
owhaniun and WILKES-UANRE,
a WftUBBtillRlSIV BaKICJIiUUII
HUlSIINti AND PWING MACHINERY.
Oencral Office: SCRANTON. PA.
Schedule In Effect November is. iSj5.
Trains Leavo Wilkes-Barro as Follows
7,30 a. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington, and for Pitts
burg and the West.
10.15 a. m., week days, for Hazleton,
Pottsville, Reading, Norristown,
nnd Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimote, Washington and Pitts
burg and tho West.
3.10 p. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, 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 days, for Hazleton
J. R. WOOD, Gen'! Pass. Asent.
J. U. HUTCHINSON, Ueneral Manager.
Central Bailroad of New Jersey
(Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.)
Stations in New York-Foot of Uberty
street, N H.. and Whitehall Terminal.
Anthracite coul used exclusively, insur
ing cleanlncss and comfort. ,.., 1ln.
TIME TAHL-H IN EFFECT JULY 22, HO..
Trains leavo Scranton for Plttston,
a'-or lX1.. 11.30 a. m S.C
3.03. 5.00 P. m. Sundays., 9.00 a. m 1.00. 2.15
P'i? ftWorS.tt?orii- KlUabeth
8"0 (express) a. m., 12.43 (express with
Buffet parlor car), 3,03 (express) p. m.
Sunday ".13 P- m. Train leaving 12.43 p.
m arrives at Philadelphia, Hei dlnS Tcrm
ta'if ra. tnd New York .00 p. rn.
For Jlauch Chunk, Allentowi, Bethle
hem Easton and Philadelphia, 8 20 a. m.,
12 45.' acS; 6.00 (except Philadelphia) p. m.
y$fhB& 0cean rove- ct0- at
g 0 a. in. und 12-43 p. m.
For Heading, Lebanon and Harrlsburp,
via Allcmown,' 8.20 a. m.. 12.13, 5.00 p. m.
SFno,rapot2tfvill'e.n8:20 a. m.. 12.43 p. m.
SoTurSlnB : "ave New York, foot of Lib
frtv street. North Itlvcr. nt D.IO (express)
erty street. . , (express with Buffet
ntrlor car) P. m. Sunday. 4 30 a. m.
P i vn Now York, foot Whitehall street.
?nuth Ferry, at 8.53 a. m.. 1.00, 1.25. 3.35
n ni PasceViBcrs arriving or departing
irnm this terminal can connect under
5ov?r with all tho elevated railroads,
TSroadway cable oars, nnd ferries to
Brooklyn. Staten Island and Coney Is
land, making quick transfer to and from
(Irnnd Central Depot and Long Island
nil,eavo,5phlladelphla. Reading Terminal.
9.00 a. m., 2.00 and 4.30 p. in. Sunday, ii.25
"'Through tickets to all points at lowest
rate may be had on application In nd
vanco to the ticket "Sjptte"""-
Gen. Pass. Agt.
J. H. OLHAUSEN', Gen. Supt.
Del., Laeka. and A cstcru.
Effect Monday, Juno 21, 1S07.
Trains leavo Scranton as follows: Ex
nress for New York and all points East.
1.40. 2.50, 5.15, a.OO and 10.20 a. in.; 12.53 and
3 33 D m,
'Exnress for Easton, Trenton. PhllaMol.
phta and tho South, 5.15, 8.00 and 10.20 a.
m.. 12.53 and 3.33 p. m.
Washington and way stations, 3.43 p. m.
Tobyhanna accommodation, CIO p. m.
Express for Binghumton, Oswego. Ill
mlrn Corning, Bath, Dansvlllo. Mount
Morris and Buffalo, 12.10, 2.33. 9.00 a. m .
infl l 55 D m., making close connections at
Buffalo to all points in tho West. Morth.
west and Southwest.
Blnghamton and way station, l.fa p. m.
Nicholson accommodation, 4.00 and CIO
p'ljinghtvniton and Elmira express, 5.33
PExprcss for Utlca and Richfield Springs,
2 33 a. m. and 1.53 p. m.
Ithaca, 2.33. 9.00 a. m.. nnd 1,53 p. m.
For Northumberland, Plttston, Wilkes.
Barre, Plymouth. Bloomsburg und Dan
vllle, making close connection nt North
umberland for Wllliamsport. Harrisburg,
Baltimore, Washington nnd tho South.
Northumberland and Intermedlntn sta
tions, COO. 10.20 a. m.. and 1.S5 and COO p. m.
Nantlcoke and Intermediate stations,
8.08 nnd 11.20 a. m. Plymouth nnd Inter,
medlato stations, 3.40 and 8,47 p. m. For
Kingston. 12.10 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on
all express trains.
For detnlled Information, pocket tlmo
tables, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, Dls.
trlct Pasienger Agent, depot ticket ollloo.
Erie nnd Wyoming Valley.
Effect Monday.htay 31st. 1S97.
Trains leave Scranion as follows; For
Jsew York and Inrraedlato points on
The activitv in nnr 4 4 S
the time. Low
to naught un
less this princi
ple's carried out
out why. I
PA., Manufacturer of
Erla railroad, also for Hawley, Laka
Ariel and local points at 5.00 a. m. and
2.23 p. ni.
Additional trains for Lako Ariel and
points Intermediate at 8.43 a. m. and 5.20
Delaware and Hudson.
On Jlcnday, July. C, trains will leave
Scranton as fellows:
I' or Carbondale-fi.20. 7.53, S.53, 10.15 a,
n.j 12.00 noon; 1.21. 2.20, 3.52, 5.23. C.23, 7.57,
9.U 10.43 p. m,; 12.10 a. m
, 1' or Albany, Saratoga, Montreal, Bos
ton, New England points, etc, C.20 a. m
2.20 p. m.
Foro Honcsdale-.20, 8.55, 10.15 a. m.;
12.00 noon; 2.20. 5.23 p. m.
. .'"r tviucps-uarre u.io, t.wj, 8.45, y.j'i;
10.4o n. in.; 12.03, 1.23, 2.23, 3.33, 4.41, COO, 7.50,
v...... ix. iaj p. in.
For New York, Philadelphia, etc., via
jjukh aucy it. it., n.n. i.m a. m.; 1Z.C6,
1.20, 4.11 p. m. (with Black Diamond Ex
press) 11.30 p. m
For Pennsylvania R. R. poInts-G.45, 9.33,
a. m.;2.2S. 4.41 p. m. '
For -western points via T.ehlgh Valley
Si R- 75i,a- "M "03- s- (w"h Black
Diamond Exp.rtss), 9.50, 11.30 p. m.
Trains will arrive at Scranton as fol
lows: From Carbondale and tho north C.40
C.20, .0.21. 7.53, 9.03. 9.43 P. m.J 12.03 a. m.
J. W Bt'RDICK. G. P. A., Albany, N. V.
H. W. CROSS, D. P. A.. Scranton, Pa.
Lehigh Valley Kailroad System.
Anthracite Coal Used Exclusively Insur
ing Cleanliness and Comfort.
IN EFFECT JUNE 14, 1S97.
TRAINS LEAVE SCRANTON.
For Philadelphia and New York via D.
& II. R. R. at G.43, 7.50 a. m nnd 12.03. 1.23.
2.28, 4.41 (Black Diamond Express) and
11.50 p. m.
For Plttston and Wilkes-Barro via D.
I,. & W R. R COO. 8.0S, 11.20 a. m , 1.53
3.40. COO and 8.47 p. m.
For White Heven, Hazleton, Pottsville.
and principal points In tho coal regions
via D. & li. It. R.. 6.45, 7.60 a. m.. 12.03 and
4.41 p. ni.
For Bethlehem, Easton, Rending, Har
risburg and principal intermediate sta
tions via D. & II. R. R.. Ct3, 7.50 a. m
12.03, 1.23. 2.2S, 4.41 (Black Diamond Ex
press), 4.11 nnd 11.30 p. m.
For Tunkhanroek. Towanda., Elmira.
Ithaca, Geneva nnd principal intermediate
stations via D L. & W. II. R COO.
8.0S a. m 12.40 and 3.40 p. m.
For Geneva, Rochester. Buffalo, Niagara
Falls, Chicago nnd all points west via D.
& 11. R. R.. 12.03. 3.33 (Black Diamond
Express), 9.50 and 11.30 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehigh
Volley chair cars on all trains between
Wilkes-Barro and Now York, Philadel
phia, Buffalo nnd Suspension Bridge.
ROLMN II WILBUR, Gen. Supt.
CIIAS. S. LEE. Gen. Pass. Agt., Phlla..
A. "w. NONNEMACIIER. Asst. Gen.
Taps. Agt.. South Bethlehem, Pa.
Scranton Olllce, 309 Lackawanna avenue.
fit Effect J uuoU7lli, 1S!)7.'
(Trains Dally, E
rept Minouy )
N. Y. Franklin Si.
West 42nd street
0 !.'S 1 15
0 IS 1 0'J
6 07 12 6
10; S (.3:
28 2 89
B OH 13 id
5 47(12 Si
S3 1 31
42 2 41
CO! 2 50
6 41 12 II
is 2 53
6 SO 12 TO!
u . JlOl
OS S 09
10 3 19
.11 8 3(1
5 18,11 4
44 3 43
50 3 51
ES! 8 54
531 S 59
4 1S.I1 33
4 40 11 13
4 SO II 11
4 1M11 03
4 V5II 03
f2 4 04
04' 4 0:
08 4 10
4 22 11 (X)
i 10 fllY.T
4 13110 55
151 4 20
F Mil U
All trains run dally except Sunday.
f. Blt'iJlnes that trains stop on signal (or pas
sent'ers. secure rates via Ontario Western beforo
purchasing tickets and save money. Day and
Klgnt Kipress to the West,.
J.C. Anderson, flen. Pass. Agt,
T, Flltcrolt. Div. l'ab. Aire, bcrantou. l'a,
..j.;, .i., y.ai, ju.4u a. m.: 2.oo noon: 1.20,
2.21. 3.2j, 4.37, D.13, 7.43, 9.45. 11.25 p. m.
From Wilkes-Barro and tho south 8.15,
7.50. S.50. 10.10. n. KB n. m 1 1R li n i
A-ft -.,,-1 ' ItTeIJ1' I J-'A'" "
.., - -. ij; .