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TH3& 8CTRA2TTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1897;
tncadcrs wilt pleaso noto that adver
tisements, orders for Job work, find
Items for publication left at tho estab
lishment of Shannon & Co., newsdealer.
North Main street, will receive prompt at
tention; office, open from 8 a. m. to 10
A number of friends nnd neighbors
mado William Bowcn a surprise visit
on Tuesday evening, the object of tho
visit being to celebrate the fortieth
anniversary of his birthday. A trio
from Pcckvllle, consisting of Thomas
nnd Harry Slttrravo and Mr. Tlnklc
paugh, rendered several pleasing Belec
tlons of music. Miss Anna Chilton
gave a comle recitation and was re
called with great applause, and then
rendered "The Octoroon" with flne ef
fect. After refreshments had been
served, Freeman Tallman, In behalf of
many friends, In appropriate speech
presented Mr. Bowcn with an easy
rocking chair, and tho gift was ac
knowledged In a fitting manner. Among
those present wero: Messrs. and Mes
dames Courtrlght, A. C. Purple, L.
Carlton, 8. Kcgler, F. M. Dlx, Mes
damea John Elston, J. Chilton, Charles
Lameraux, E. Rolls, Misses Ellen
Carlton, Sarah Chilton, Anna Chilton,
Jennie Pudple, Messrs. Freeman Tall
man, Albert Bills, George Kellow,
Thomas and Harry Sltgrave and Mr.
Tlnklepaugh, of Pcckvllle.
homo In Danville after a visit In this
Miss Emma Brydoi, of Nineveh, N. Y..
Is visiting In this town.
J. J. OUoylc, of Scranton, -was a visitor
In this city ycstcnlny.
Manager J. Russell Jones has engaged
tho foot ball team of tho Scranton busi
ness collego for a gamo In this city on
Saturday nt Alumni park. The Indian
team of this city, will meet them at
3.30 p. m.
Mrs. William Wolcott and daughter
Ucrthn, have returned from a visit at
Onronta, Saratoga nnd Lawrence.
Visit tho Dallas Fair. Open from Sept.
23 to Oct. 1, Inclusive.
WEDDED AT ST. ROSE.
On Wednesday afternoon Miss Kath
erlne Judge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Judge, and Thomas F. Barrett
were married at St. Roso church by
Rev. J. J. drllnn. The bride wore a
gown of white silk, with an oycr-dress
of white organdie nnd lace trimmings.
She was attended by her sister, Miss
II. HUdegard Judge, who wore pink
silk, with lace trimmings. Tho groom's
best man was Michael J. Jordan, of
the West Side. A large reception fol
lowed at the bride's home. They will
reside on Sand street.
PLEASANT EVENING PARTY.
A very pleasant evening entertain
ment was given to a large number of
friends by Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Cough
Hn, at their homo on Dundaff street,
on Tuesday evening. The evening
passed with various recreations, after
which refreshments were served.
Among the guests weie the Misses
Mary and Kate Gallaghy, Susie Banks,
Margaret nnd Annie Burke, Allda Nea
lon and Mary Murrln; tho Messrs. J.
J. O'Neill, esq., Dr. S. A. Kelly, Dr. Mc
Graw, Frank Clifford, John Clune, J.
H. Kelly, Joseph Blrs, John O'Connell,
Will Loftus, and Matthew Delaney, of
GREECE'S DARE TO EUROPE.
Tho united choir of tho Methodist Epls
copal church are preparing music to treat
tho public of Taylor with a series of grand
concerts, tho Ilrst to bo given on the ovo'i
liig of October 13. Tho progrnlnmo con
alt entirely of elarMcat music, both vocal
und Instrumental. Tho work Is In chargo
of Professor David E. Jones, whoso abil
ity as a tmlner Is well known, Tho choir
consists of about eighteen members,
tho greatest number uro soloists. Tho
music for tho future concerts will bo of
high order, consltlng of solos, duets, trios,
HUartettes, choruses. Tho choir Is com
posed of tho following members: So
pranos, Mrs. J. D. Athcrton, Mrs. il. J.
Daniels, Miss Rebecca Davis, Miss Annlo
Ueteckcr, Miss Maria Thomas; nltos. Miss
suslo Morris, Mrs. S. J. Fhllllps, Mrs. J.
It. Nealoy, Miss Bay Morgans and Jesslo
Morgans; tenors, Messrs. Richard Wat
kins. Chnrles Dibble, Thomas Owens and
D. E. Jones; bassos, Messrs. J. E. Wal
klns, John F. Tubbs, Alfred Wilson, John
D. Athcrton, director and uccompanlst,
David E. Jones. Tho progrnmmo for tho
llrst concert will soon appear in this col
umn. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Uoberts, of
Kingston, nro visiting tho latter's mother,
Mrs. John Powell, of Taylor street.
Miss Mary A. Lewis, of Hydo Park, vis
ited friends 'hero on Tuesday.
Knights of the Golden Eagle, No. 207,
will meet this evening in lUese's hall.
William Herbert left jesterday for Los
Angeles, Cal., whero ho will reside perma
nently. James Price, of Kingston, formerly a
resident of this town, was tho guest of
reatlves In this place on Tuesday.
Messrs. John Wenker and Frederick Mil
ler, of Wllkes-llarre, wero callers at tho
Martin House on Tuesday,
Lackawanna Valley council. No. 81,
Junior Order United American Mechanics,
will meet his evening In Van Horn's hall.
Tho funeral of John II., son of Jnmca
Bartleson, occurred on Tuesday morning
from his lato homo In Hand ham. Services
wero held in the house. At the close ot
tho ecrvlco tho remains wero conveyed
to tho Delaware and Hudson stato for tho
S 43 a. m. train for Sterling, Wnyno coun
ty, for Interment.
Peter Price, tho well known clarionet
player of this town, participated In an
open air concert at Kingston given by a
band of that place.
This evening tho Epworth lcaguo ot tho
Primltvo Methodist church of tho Arch
bald mines, will hold a grand entertain
ment. An excellent programme has been
arranged for tho event.
David Morgans, of Scranton, was heio
on business yesterday.
Visit the Dallas Fair. Open from Sept.
23 to Oct. 1, inclusive.
Tnlks of Itrjcctlng tho Pence Treaty
If Powers Interfere.
Athens, Bcpt. 22. Tho political situa
tion arising out of tho conditions of tho
peace convention In serious.
M. Dclyannls, former premier nnd
lender of tho dominant party numcrl
calhjr In the liulc, has asserted that if
tho proposed scheme of foreign control
should provo to Imply nn interference
with tho sovereign rights of tho state,
ho would not hesltnto to ndvlso tho chain,
bcr to reject tho treaty,
Tho tono of tho press continues Indig
nant, The Asty and tho Akropolls do.
clare It "tho most Iniquitous document
of modern times," Many aro preparing
to demonstrate against tho treaty.
Constantinople, Sept. 22. Tho prelim
inary treaty ot pcaco between Turkey
and Greece, which Was signed on Satur
day by tho representatives of tho sul
tan and of tho powers, has been ratified
by tho sultan.
AN INSANE KLEPTOMANIAC.
Slstor of r.x-Attornoy Conornl Har
mon Arrested for Theft.
Now York, ept. 22. Miss Florence B.
Harmon, sister of Judson Harmon, attorney-general
In ex-President Cleveland's
cabinet and sister of Eugene M. Harmon,
tho lawyer of this city, was arrested
yesterday, charged with stealing a dia
mond and opal ring from Oliver M. Far
rand, a Jeweler, of No. 3 Maiden lane, on
Friday of last week. Mr. Seymour, her
brother's law partner, entered ball and
explained that Miss Harmon was un
doubtedly Insane, tho result ot prolonged
Miss Harmon's occupation Is tho edit,
ing of tho Owl, a smalt magazine, which
wns started for her by tho former At
tornoy General. She Is secretary of tho
Owl company, whloh has ofTlces ut No.
3 Union Square.
STRUBLE RODDED THE DANK.
Tho Kvldcnco Indicates Sulcldo by
Shepperd, Mich., Sept. 22. Somo start
ling disclosures woro brought out In tho
evidence today at tho Btrublo Inquest,
It was shown from tho bank records that
tho dead cashier had at different times
mado sham entries of deposits In hin
books amounting to nearly 131,000, and
that but for these fictitious deposits tho
books would have shown a deficit in tho
bank. During most of tho tlmo when
theso figures wero on tho books Strublo's
funds at tho bank were very low, seldom
over SO nnd sometimes nothing.
Prosecuting Attorney McNnmara testi
fied that nil of Strublo's prlvato papers
Mho preponderance of evidence today
decidedly favored tho sulcldo theory.
Illg Sawmill Burned.
Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. 22. Tho J. W.
Day & Co. saw mill on the river at
Twonty-fourth avenue north, was burned
tomertlcp.nsetr . COllGlf
for ALL KINDS OK COUOHR. Nothing in-
jnrlousnboutlt- Munyon's Remedies, n sen-
nrnto euro for each uuciuo.
ly 'J So. .Munyon's Quldo
llenlth FltKE. If In doubt,
rrltn.llrrrl. tn PIIOR MI1NY1IM. 1M)R Arch
Street, Philadelphia, Pa., for freo medical od-vice.
today. Tho loss, J75.000, Is total; Insurance,
J40.000. Tho lire department managed to
save 160,000,000 feet of lumber that wab In
danger. Tho mill handled 150,000 foot dally
and employed 230 men.
DROPPED ON FENCE PICKETS.
Awful Death ofr Domestic Who Was
Atlantio City, N. J Sept. 22. It was
a, terrible fato which 19-ycar-olu Caroline
Bretlngcr met this nftcrnoon. The girl
wns a domestlo In tho cottago of Emll
Petroff, No. 3302 Pactflo avenue, Chelsea.
She was cleaning a window on a stair
leading to tho second story of tho cot
tage. Sho lost her balance and fell, landed
on nn Iron fenco and tho sharp pickets
penetrated her skull, forcing one eyo
from tho socket and tearing holt tho
scalp. Tho unfortunate girl was taken
to tho city hospital, whero she died In
an hour without regaining consciousness.
Tho coroner will hold an Inquest, Tho
girls home wns In Philadelphia.
The Right Rev. Edward Pcndergast,
of Philadelphia; the Rev. Peter Pen
dergast, pastor of Epiphany church,
New York, and Dr. P. Pendergnst, of
Brooklyn, N. Y., are visiting at the
home of their aunt, Mrs. Ellen Momtt,
of South Main street.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo S. Kimball, who
are In Aroostook county. Maine, for a two
months' camping In tho back woods
will bo Joined early next month by
Messrs. Georgo Patterson S. F. Carpen
ter, City Solicitor II. O. Watrous and
Dr. W. A. Spencer, who will remain for
Henry Smith, of Wllkes-Barre, Is vis
iting In this city.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Basset t aro on a
two weeks' visit to Mlchlcan.
Mrs. Daniel Williams, of Dunmore, who
has been visiting In this city, has re
Miss Freda Harris will open her danc
ing class for children Saturday morn
ing In tho Burko building.
Miss Josio Henley, of Dunmore, Is visit
ing in this city.
Morris Moses, of New York city, Is vis
iting friends In town.
Miss Minnie Reynolds entertained tho
Fortnightly club nt her homo Tuesday
Professor Hoyden Evans, ot Scranton,
was in town yesterday,
Mrs. S. S. Hards and Mrs. Edmund
Aungus, spent yesterday In Scranton.
Mrs. II. ii. Wood, who has been a guest
nt Hotel American for several weeks,
has returned to her homo in Washing
ton, D. C.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Blackselgo and
son Willis, havo returned from a visit
to New York city.
Mrs. Isabello Smith Is spending a few
days In Wllkes-Barre.
Joe Carroll, of South Main street, left
yesterday for Holy Cross college, Wor
W. C. Buck, of Elmlra, division freight
agent for tho Erie, was in town Tuesday
Robert Ireland hns returned to his
Thomas Jordan, of Dunmore street,
aged CO years, and employed ns a miner
in the 'Eddy Creek colliery, was severely
Injured while nt work yesterday after
noon. Mr. Jordan was drilling a hole in
the coal, making preparations for a blast,
when a largo chunk of coal fell upon
him, throwing Qilm a. distance of fifty feet
down a steep incline. His chest nnd arm
wero struck by the flying pieces of coal
and badly lacerated.
Edward C. Owens nnd Miss Mary II.
Hugh, both of Prlccburg, were united In
marrlago nt tho Blakely Baptist church
on Thursday evening by tho pastor, Rev.
J. R. Ellis. Tho young couplo will tako
up their residence in Priceburg.
Tho members of the Presbyterian church
aro preparing for a business men's car
nival which will bo held Oct S and 0.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blckley, of Phila
delphia, who havo been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. John P.idrlck, havoieturned home.
Miss Mary llogan has returned homo af
ter spending two wceKs in JIawley.
Mrs. David Evans, Mrs. Will Berkiscr
and 'Mrs. John Barrett wero tho guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dakln at Powder
Dr. J. S. Kelly la ponding a few days in
Mrs. John Lloyd, of Lackawanna street,
is dangerously ill.
Miss AMco Kelly, who has been spending
tho iwst week in Now York, returned
Miss Katlo Best hns returned to her
work In Hairls' cosh storo alter a week's
D. G. Davis is erecting a handsomo resl
deuce on Main street, Blakely.
Miss Annn Jones, of Plttston, Is tho
guest of friends In town.
Visit the Dallas Fair. Open from Sept.
2S to Oct. 1, inclusive. '
"The enemy H
coming; To the fort
for your lives!"
When a wise man re-
'"V ceives a plain warning
r ol danger, lie does not
wait to let it overtake
yhim; he seeks every
reasonable means to
fight it off.
Disease would almost nev
er get the best of the average
man if he was prepared to
res st it. and took the natu
ral precautions dictated by common sense.
When a man's stomach and liver get up
set and fail to d, their regular work, he can
be certain that something worse is bound to
fnllnw. If he doesn't look out for himself.
Headaches, indigestion, biliousness nnd
constipation are simply Nature's warnings
that the enemy of serious disease is coming
The sensible thing to do is to immedi
ately fortify the system with Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. It vitalizes and
invigorates the entire constitution. It helps
the liver to filter out all bilious impurities,
It gives the digestive and nutritive organs
power to extract nourishment from the food
and turn it into rich, red, healthy blood. It
creates appetite, good digestion, and solid,
It is far superior to the mere temporary
stimulus of malt-extracts. It is better than
cod liver oil emulsions because it is assimi
lated by the weakest stomach.
"About fifteen years ago" writes Mr. John Me
Michael, editor of the 1'TatUburg, (Mo.) Leader,
"I was in Ycry poor health, had no appetite. was
sluKgiih, and so Ufclcu It seemed impossible for
me to do anything that required effort. Kvery fall
end spring tlili Ill-health teemed to affect me par
ticularly. A friend r dvlsed me to use Dr. Pierce'
Golden Medical Discovery asserting that it would
restore me to perfect health, and make 'a new
man' of me. Finally he in&ced tne to try the
tnedldne. I weighed at the Time about 115 lbs.
I used sereral bottles, and upon quitting it
weighed 17s lbs. Since that time ray weight has
varied from this to 195 pounds.
A sure and permanent cure for constipa
tion is Dr, Pierce's Pellets. One "Pellet"
to a gentle laxative, two a mild cathartic.
In Ascot's London Budget written to
tho New York Mall nnd Express of Sat
urday, appeared tho following regarding
John Jermyn, formerly of this town, and
after whom tho pluco was named:
"John Jermyn, of Scranton. accompan
ied by his Interesting family, sailed on
Saturday last in tho Campania.
A good deal of attention was paid tho
worthy old gentleman, who Is never tired
of relating to his English friends how
he arrived In Scranton fifty odd years
ago with a few pounds in his pocket
nnd began digging coal; nnd how ho con
tinued to dig coal with such success
that ho has been ablo to build a $1,000,
000 hotel In Scranton, of courso and that
notwithstanding this formldublo expen
diture, ho could nt a stretch realize
sufficient odds nnd ends in tho way of
mines und other Insignificant property
to cnnblo him to wrlto his check for nlno
additional millions of dollars. Mr. Jer
myn wns quite a humorist in his way,
and appreciated tho eleemosynary cock
tails which fell to his lot as tho custom,
ary tribute which somehow tho rich gath
er from tho poor. One of tho weekly pa
pers publishes his portrait this week and
describes him as "A grand old man
from America," v
Editor II. P. Woodward, of tho Dun
moro Pioneer, c.led on friends In town
Miss Annlo Cummlngs, of Pcckvlllo. Is
tho guest of her cousin, Miss Mary Mc
crmott. Tho members of Daughters of St.
Georges lodge, spent yesterday at Crys
Visit tho Dallas Fair. Open from Sept.
28 to Oct. 1, Incluslvo,
The birthday social held In the Prlmltlvo
Methodist church Monday evening was a
grand success. A lino programme was ar
ranged for tho occasion and an excellent
supper wa scred.
Edward C. Owens and Mary J. Hughes
wero granted a marlrago llcenso In Bcran.
ton on Tuesday.
Mrs. Henry Plow right vlsltod In Scran
ton during the week,
The Independent Order of Odd Fellow
meets this evening In Callahan's hall.
Professor John Cousins, of PeVkvilto,
called on friends in town yesterday.
Visit tho Dallas Fair. Open from Sept.
21 to Oct. 1, incluslvo,
PROTECT YOURSELF against sick
ncss and Buffering by keeping your
blood rich and pure with Hood's Sarsa
parllla. Weak, , thin, Impure blood la
eure to result in disease,
HOOD'S PILLS are easy to tako,
easy to operate. Cure Indigestion, blL
IT'S NOT SO MUCH
WHAT'S IN AN AD.
As what's behind the ad., that the public cares for! The
fact that for nigh on to thirty years every promise of every
Samter ad, has been carefully carried out the fact that the
people have formed an intimate personal acquaintance with
the business methods of this store bad more to do with its
success than all its advertisements put together.
Here's some pictures and description of some Boy's
Suits we can show you in the window if you'd rather not
Vestee Suits (likothpictut)
aro for boys, 3 to
8 years, little fellows that like to -wear profc
ty clothe3. Thrjeo pieces, Eton Jacket, vest
that buttons in tho back and pants. Tho
jacket has largo sailor collar, trimmed with
braid, tho vest is braided. Tho cloth
winter weight cassiinero, dark grey mixture
Ask to see it.
It) I WO
Reefer Suits (8amo styl M
tho picturo) aro
for boys 3 to 10 years tho popular school
Btylo neat, serviceable and the doublo
breast makes them warm. Every mothor
knows what thoy aro like, but wo
think tho quality of ours will bo a pleasant
surprise. A scoro of patrons. Dark shades
and navy. Penn avonuo windows shows a
JJ M. Qj&Kj
Tho picturo calls to mind that wo havo
sizes for stout boys. Do stout boys know
it! From 9 to 10 years wo can lit any boy.
Tou can tako your choico of Brown Mixed
Cheviots and Blue Serges. Wintor weight
fabrics. Seo Penn avonuo window for
There's plenty of interesting things to look at in our
show windows and you will find the price attached to every
thing. It's free look early and ofteu.
CLOTHIERS, HATTERS, FURNISHERS.
Double Breasted Suits
t 1 PDiTirm Aan . t 1 1
H Inn mre occurrence for us to fall to find In our large nmorttnent of footwear
JuiVwlmt tho customer dMlron, Tliln In h very simple mntcincnt In Bound, but It
monns a croni uem. n iiieiinn nn aisuriiuunv wnica mciuuei overyuung in Bunne,
color. welRlit nnd price
Wo linvobron vory btwy lately opening nnd Arranging the vnrlouii lines of Fnll
HtiocR. Tlioysro now ready for your ltiMpoctton. Hotter nualltloi and bettor ntyles
cannot be found than these new linen. Among them nro the Kngltnh Blinpeit for lu
ll leu' and uentlomeu'i wear, mado to fit and to retain their Bhnpo. It will bo n plcaa-
urciunuuw luuiu iu yuu.
Tho Foster Blioo for Ladles.
Tho JamcuA. Uunlstcr Shoes for Men.
I THE NEWARK SHOE STORE,!
g Corner Lackawanna and Wyoming Avenues.
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, S1EEL AND BLACKSMITH'S SUPPLIES;
Bittenbender & Co.. Scranton. Pit.
LACKAWANNA LUMBER CO.,
mil Timber cut to order on short notice. Hardwood Mine Ralls
sawed to uniform lengths constantly on hand. Peeled Hemlock
Prop Timber promptly Furnished.
MILLS At Cross Pork. Potter Co.. on the Buffalo and SusqUe
'lanna Kailroad. At Minn, Potter County. Pa.i on Coudcrsport, and
Port Allegany Kailroad. Capacity 400,000 feet per day.
GENERAL OFFICE-Hoard of Trade Building, Scranton, Pa.
Telephone No. 4014.
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA Manufacturers of
L0C0KIQT1VES, STATIQHflRY ENCINES, BOILERS.
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
anNnRAL office, scranton, pa.
RAILROAD TIHE TABLES.
Schedule In Eftect November is. 1S9S.
Trains Leave Wilkes-Barro as Follows
7.30 a. m., weok days, for Sunbury,
Harrlsburpr, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington, and for Pitts
burg and tho West.
10.15 a. m., week days, for Hazlelon,
Pottsvlllo, Reading, Norristown,
nnd Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
Bnltlmore. Washington and Pitts.
burg and the West.
3.16 p. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Baltl
moro, Washington and Pittsburg
and the West.
3.15 p. m., Sundays only, for Sun
bury, Harrisburg, Philadelphia,
and Pittsburg andtho West.
6.00 p. m., week days, for Harloton
and Pottsvllle. . ,
J. R. WOOD. Oen'l Posj. Agent.
J. B. HUTCHINSON. Oeneral Manazer.
also for Hawey nnd local points at 7.03
a. m. and 2.25 i. m.
Arrlvo at Scranton from abovo points
at 10.23 a. m., 3.15 nnd 9.3S p. m.
Central Railroad o New Jersey
(Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.)
stntlona in New York Foot of Lioeriy
street N l". and Whitehall Terminal.
Anthracite coal used exclusively, lnsur-
V'& ayrvorS.'&eSSrfr amnd Elizabeth
Buffet parlor car;. vtn p
Sunday. .! fthiladelnhla. Head ng Term
!"' fr?ffiak 4 N York 6.00 P. m.
'"A1, 6.W Chunk. Allentown. Bethlc
. ForT?n nnd l"h ladelphla. 8.20 a. m..
'MS1 ftft 5.00 (cept Philadelphia) p. m.
Binoi-aLons5I?ranch Ocean Grove, etc.. at
8-2r nead nV Lebanon and Ilorrisburcf.
vAlUntown7 8.20 a. m.. 12.43, COO P. m.
Spnodrapous5vin'e.m8:2a a. m.. 12.15 p. m.
S2frnlnc lenvo New York, foot of Lib-
i YrVhUa?l .twet,
f Hn&rM of "deVart n
P'-JJ.1, this terminal can connect under
vmr with all tho elevated ral roads.
ffinav cabl cars, and ferries to
SrnSkrvn Btaten Island and Coney Is
EnJ 1 making quick transfer to and from
araia Central Depot and Lone Island
RI eavoPhlladelphln. Reading Terminal,
9.00 . m., 2.00 and 4.30 p. m. Sunday, ii.23
a'ThrouBb ttckets to all points at lowest
rto may be had on application In ad
vancoToW ticket aft M.taMon.
Gen. l'ass. Agt.
J, II,. OLIIAUSEN, Gen. Supt.
Delaware and Hudson.
On Monday, July E, trains will leavo
Scranton as fellows:
For Carbondale 6.20, 7.55, 8.55, 10.15 a.
m.; J2.00 noon; 1.21, 2.20, 3.52. 5.20, 6.25, 7.57.
8.15, 10.45 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 .20, 8.55, 10.15 a. rail
12.00 noon; 2.20, 5.23 p. m.
For Wllkes-Barre-.45, 7.50, 8.43, 9.33,
10.45 a. m.; 12.05. 1.25, 2.23, 3.53, 4.41, 6.00, 7.S0,
8.60. 11.30 p. m.
For New York, Philadelphia, etc.. via
Lehlch Valley It. R 6.45, 7.50 a. m.; 12.05,
1.25, 4.41 p. m. (with Black Diamond Ei
press) 11.30 p. m
For Pennsylvania R. R. points 6.43, 9.33,
a. m.; 2.2S. 4.41 p. m.
For western points via I.ehlKh Valley
R. R 7.50 a. m.; 12.05, 3.3.1 (with Black
Diamond Express), 8.50, 11.30 p. m.
Trains will arrive at Scranton as fol
lows: From Carbondale and tho north 6.40
7.45. 8.40, 9 34, 10.40 a. m.: 12.00 noon; 1.20.
2.24. 3.23, 4.37, 5.45. 7.13. 9.45. 11.25 p. m.
rrom wiiKeB-itnrre ana mo soum b.jo,
7.50. 8.50, 10.10, 11.55 a. m.; LIB. 2.14. 3.43.
6.20. 6.21. 7.53, 9 05, 9.45 P. m.; 12 03 a. m.
J. W. BURDICK. G. P. A . Albany, N. Y.
H. W. CROSS, D. P. A.. Scranton. Pa.
Del., LncUu. and Western.
Effect Monday, Juno 21, 1S97.
Trnins leave Scranton as follows: Ex
..;,Jor New York nnd nil points East.
F.40. 2.W, 6.15; B.00 and 10.20 a. m.; 12.55 and
S-$Jnrcss for Easton, Trenton. Philadel
nhla and tho South, 5.15. 8.00 and 10.20 a.
m 12-55 and 3.33 p. m.
wnahlnKton and way stations. 3.45 p. m.
-rnbvhnnna accommodation, 6.10 p. m.
Express for BlnBhamton. Oswego. El-
Ml.(i CornWK. n.ui. iaiio.mw, wtuuiiv
Morris and Buffalo. 12.10, 2.35, 9.00 a. m .
Jl i 66 d m.. making closo connections at
Buffalo ?6 ail POlntsbln the Wst. North-
wninKhamtoUnha,nd way station. 1.06 P. m.
NiSholson accommodation, 4.00 and 6.10
P'n?nghejnton and Elmlra express, 6.53
pVmoress for Utlca nnd Richfield Springs,
35 am. and 1.55 p. m.
Tthapa 2.33. 9.00 a. m., nnd 1.5 p. m.
TTor Northumberland. Plttston. Wilkes
nirre Plymouth. Bloomsbure und Dan
iiiio mak'lns close connection at North
umberiand "or Wllllamsport. Harrlsbunj.
nmnlmore. Washington nnd the South.
Northumberland and Intermediate- stn-
Hon. 00. l-w a m- nn1 US nnd eM p' m'
Nantlcoke and Intermediate stations.
8 0S and 11.30 a. m. Plymouth nnd Inter
mediate stntlons. 3.40 and 8.47 p. m. For
1 TilJifmn nArinr'nnd aloenlnc coaches on
all express trains.
For detailed Information, rocket time
tables, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, Dis
trict Passenger Agent, depot ticket ofllco.
Lehigh Valley Kniiroad System.
Anthracite Coal Used Exclusively Insur
ing Cleanliness and Comfort.
IN EFFECT JUNE 14, 1807.
TRAINS LKAVE SCRANTON.
For Philadelphia and Now York via D.
& II. It. R. at 6.45, 7.50 a. m and 12.03, 1.25,
2.28, 4.41 (Black Diamond Express) and
11.30 p. m.
For Plttston and Wllkcs-Barro via D.
I,. & W R. R.. 6.00. 8.0S, 11.20 u. m 1.55
3.10, 6 00 and 8.17 p. m.
For Whlto Heven, Hnz'.cton. Pottsvllle,
nnd principal points in tho coal regions
via D. & H. It. It-. 6.45, 7.50 a. m 12.05 and
4.41 p. m.
For Bethlehem, Easton, Rending, Har
risburg and principal IntermedHte sta
tions via D. & II. R. R., 6.43. 7.50 a. m.,
12.05, 1.23. 2.23, 4.41 (Black Diamond Ex
press), 4.41 and 11.30 p. m.
For Tunkhar.r ock, Towanda, Elmlra,
Ithaca, Geneva and principal Intermediate
stntlons via D L. & W. It. R., 6.00.
K.08 a. m.. 12.40 and 3.10 p. m.
For Geneva. Rochester, Buffalo, Niagara
Fnlls. Chicago nnd all points west via D.
& H. It. R.. 12.05. 3.33 (Black Diamond
Express), 0.50 and 11.30 p. m.
Pullman parlor nnd sleeping or Lohlgh
Vnlley chair cars on all trains between
Wllkes-Barro nnd New York. Philadel
phia. Jiurraio nnn Bunprnsiun uriufu.
V ROLUN H. WIU1UR, Gon. Supt.
CIIAS. S. LDE. Gen. Pass. Agt., Phlla.,
A. W. NONNEMACIIER. Afst. Gen.
Pass. Apt.. South Bethlehem, Pa.
Scranton Office, 309 Lackawanna nvenus.
f us vrfi'v nivisinx.
Ill lllfect June 37lli, 1807.
North nountlj South Hound.
803,81 I 20it801
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13 IS cert hunday.) 3 Iga
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7 10 West 4nd street .... 7M ....
7 00 Weehawxen .... 810 ....
p it Arrive Leave x xr u
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.... 6 S(X12 03 rieasant Mr. 703 306 ....
.... tititlWJ Unlondale 70 809 ....
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.... aoolllSl carbondale 7 31 sail ....
.... f4 57I1118O White midge 737tssR ...
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.... 4 43,11 23 Jermyn 7 44 3 45..,.
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Eric ornl WyomhiR Valley.
IN Effect Sept. 19, 1S07.
Trains leave Scranton for New York
nnd Intermediate points on Erlo railroad,
All vrniua iuu uau; cwcii.pmuui
f. sljnlDes thu trains stop on signal tor ?y
Secure rates rta Ontario a Western before-
Burchaslng tickets and avo money. Day and
J. C. Anderson, den. raw Agt.
T. Flttcrott. Plv, Pass. Aire. Boranton. Pa,
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