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THE SOKANTON TRrBUB WEDNESDAY HORNTNGr, OOTOBEU U3, 1897.'
tltoadeni will plcaso nota that adver
tisements, orders for Job -work, una
Hems for publication left at tho estab
lishment of Shannon & Co., newsdealers,
North Main street, will receive prompt f.J
tentlon; ofDce open from 8 n. m. to 19
At high noon yesterday In the llrst
Presbyterian church. Miss Gertrude
Itaynor was married to Mnurlco Gil
lespie Watt. Tho church was crowded
with friends, and mnny were unable to
find room within tho building. The
church was decorated with palms.ferna
and beautiful flowers. Tho party ns
they entered were preceded by the
ushers and flower-bearers, James II.
Paul, J. II. Reese, D. L.. Crane and R.
A. Jndwln advanced In front, followed
by Rebecca Mcaker and Frnzer La
thropo bearing flowers. During tho
approach of tho bridal paity as tho
bride advanced unattended, a chorus
composed of Mrs. Hannah Leonard,
tho Misses Anne McMillan, Oliva Her
ring, Jesslo Moore, Millie Ulmcr, Graco
Hathaway, Frances Daley nnd Josepn
Ine Burr sang tho words of Lohengrin's
wedding march, while tho accompani
ment was rendered by Professor A. P.
Thomas. The bride and groom, with
tho groom's best man, Maxwell D. La
thrope, were met by tho pastor, Rev.
Charles Lee. The service, with a few
Impressive words, was short, and tho
party retired a3 tho march of Men
delsshon was rendered by Professor
Thomas. A reception, attended by
about 175 guests, followed at the home
of tho bride's mother, Mrs. Samuel 13.
Raynor. Tho newly-wedded pair have
departed upon their tour. Among tho
guests from out of town were Mrs. 13.
F. Simmons and Miss Clara Simmons,
of Wllkes-Barro; Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
Law, Mrs. A. S. Baker, Mrs. Sllkman,
Miss Sllkman, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Jad
tvln, of Scran ton.
REPORT TO THE COMMON COUNCIL.
The regular business of the common
council was suspended in order to hear
last evening tho report of the city
controller. This report by Mr. Wheeler
was given by request of the select
council. The report showed that the
revenue of tho present year will bo
J38.651.38, while the appropriations
amount to $41,344, thus leaving a deficit
of J2.C03. The total deficit will bo, when
additional appropriations have been
The council considered several bids
for fire hose, ranging from flfty-flvo
cents to $1 per foot. After due ex
amination of tho different samples the
bid of tho York Belting and Packing
company was accepted as the best at
sixty-live cents a foot. About seventy
dollars' worth of fixtures will be given
with tho contract. The resolution was
carried unanimously. Several new
resolutions were Introduced and con
siderable business was transacted be
fore tho council adjourned.
OERMANIA SINGING SOCIETY.
Tho eleventh anniversary of their or
ganization was celebrated by the Ger
manla Singing society at their rooms
on Monday evening. Twenty members
of the Forest City Maennerchor were
present and enjoyed the occasion. An
address of welcome was made by
President Fuchs and President Arnold,
of the Forest City society, responded.
An address was delivered by ex-President
Krants. A number of selections
were rendered by the societies during
the evening. Peter Lippert received
a silk umbrella ns the result of a
raflle. The music for dancing was fur
nished by Prof. Firth; Edward Peters
was prompter. The refreshments were
served by William Young.
A stirring address on the temperance
issue was given at the Congregational
church on Monday evening by the Rev.
G. B. Stone, of Forest City. A pro
hibition league was formed after his
earnest appeal. Arrangements will be
made to hear Dr. Swallow ere long.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES.
The funeral of George W. GIbbs, a
well-known and esteemed resident of
this city, will be attended on Thurs
day afternoon at the family home on
Albert Huddy was surprised by a
number of his friends at his home on
Drummond avenue on Monday evening.
Everything passed off pleasantly.
A barn belonging to William Tell
shaw, of South Canaan, was burned
yesterday morning. Mr. Tellshaw was
In this city at the time, where he cells
milk twice each week. All the valu
able contents of tho barn wore de
stroyed. C. B. Gardner, Thomas Herrlck and
Robert Roe have been appointed view
ers in the matter of grading Second
Tho Germania band's fair opened last
night in the Watt building. There was
a pleasant entertainment nnd dancing.
A large number of the Germania so
ciety will attend a social at Forest City
next Tuesday evening, given by tho
A number of friends surprised Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Baley, of South Main
street, on Monday evening and enjoyed
a delightful season.
Frank Derby and Daniel Scurry, of
the Cycle club, were advertising tho
Welsh Prize Singer entertainment
down the valley on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Gilmartin, Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin Moon, Mr. and Mrs. A.
You think it is because
your child is " growing too
fast " that he fails to put on
flesh. More often it is
due to a gradual and general
weakening of all the forces
of the body. The child
may have no pain, may have
a fair appetite and yet lose
flesh. Perhaps the happiest
effects of Scott's Emulsion
are in such cases as these.
It gives the body a fat which
is easily taken up ; N alters
unhealthy action and sup
plies the best blood-making
food known to medical
Crooke, Alva Daley and daughter Fan
nie, of this city; Mr. Aclterly, steward
of the poor farm, and Mrs. Ackerly
nro attending tho convention of poor
directors In Scranton.
Miss Carrie Joslln, of Ashley, Is vis
iting tho famltles of A. 13. and J. F.
Wheeler nnd P. S. Joslln, of this city.
Dr. and Mrs. II. C Wheeler and Mr.
and Mrs. C. R. Munn are spending a
few days In New York. Dr. Wheeler
while in the elty will engage a house
physician for tho hospital.
Tho Cycle club have secured tho
Welsh Prize Singers for an entertain
ment tomorrow evening. Tho concert
will begin at half-past eight o'clock In
order not to conflict with church ser
vices. Miss Edith Lehr received a large
number of friends at her home on
South Church street, Mondny evening.
Muslo nnd dancing engaged their at
tention until a late hour.
Miss Winifred Aber. of Scotland, is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. R. Finch, of
North Terrace street.
Anthony Hennlghan, of Scranton.vls
Ited friends in this city on Monday
Miss Annie Golden and niece, Edith,
of Springfield, 111., are visiting at tho
homo of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs,
Tho marriago of Milton II. Root and
Miss Winifred May Reynolds, tho
yountroHt dauchter of Mr. and Mrs. C.
A. Reynolds, took place yesterday nt
high noon at tho bride's home on South
Main street. Tho homo was tastefully
decorated for the occasion. Tho bower
of autumnal loveliness with its festoons
of many-hucd forest leaves, goldenrod
and potted plants in profusion lent
their beauty and fragrance to tho
scene. The ceremony, which was char
acterized by its simplicity, was per
formed by tho Rev. Morgan J. Wat
kins, the bride's former pastor, of Fac
toryvllle. Tho bridal party entered
and took their places in the bay win
dow under nn arch of autumn leaves
and wild berries. The bride was at
tired in a lovely traveling suit and
they were unattended. Miss Mattlo
Pickering presided at tho piano and
played the wedding inarch, Marclle
Des Franeallle, from Lohengrin. The
bride carried a bouquet of roses. Many
friends of the contracting parties were
present and witnessed the ceremony.
The wedding party were afterwards
warmly congratulated by their many
friends and relatives. Tho bride Is an
accomplished young lady and during
tho short time she has resided in our
midst she has made for herself a host
of friends. Mr. Root Is a bookkeeper
for the New York and Scranton Coal
company at their works at Peckville,
and is a young man wlto has the re
spect and esteem of everybody who
has the pleasure of knowing him. Mr.
and Mrs. Root left on their wedding
tour for two weeks on tho 2 o'clock
Delaware and Hudson train yesterday
afternoon. They will visit Philadel
phia, Pottsville, New York city, Lan
caster and other points of interest.
Those who were in attendance were:
Messrs. James W. Smith, Richard
Reese, Miss Mnttie Pickering, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Uren, Mrs. Bessie Tay
lor, of Peckville; Mrs. Emma Reynolds,
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Hinds, Mrs. Theresa
Small, Mrs. Carrie Green, of Factory
ville. Messrs. Frank L. Taylor, Alton F.
Klzer and John II. Kimbock attended
a meeting of Schuyler lodge. Free and
Accented Masons, at Scranton last
Mr. O. S. Finer, of Equlnunk, Wayne
county, is visiting at tho home of Mr.
and Mrs. William Warileld.
The improved Edison phonograph
with Norcross attachment, and Alonzo
Hatch, who.se reputation as a superb
vocalist is world-wide, with panoramic
explanations by the mammoth trinop
ticon, will be at the Methodist Episco
pal church on Wednesday evening,
Burglars entered tho tailor shop of
William Gunn, on Main street, last
Monday night by cutting a hole through
the panel of the back door about four
inches square and unlocking it from
tho inside. They carried away Ave
overcoats, ono sack suit, a coat and
vest and cloth enough to make five
more overcoats, a piece of Scotch chev
iot, some serge suitings, and a quan
tity of trimmings, velvet and several
other small articles. Mr. Gunn esti
mates his loss at a little over two hun
dred dollars. No clue to the parties
ha3 been found ns yet.
C. B. Gardner, Thomas Ilendrlck and
Itohert Hoe wero yesterday appointed
viewers in tho matter of Bradlne Sec
ond street, Jlayfleld, with instructions
to meet on the grounds Monday, Nov.
8, at 10 o'clock a. m.
On Monday and Tuesday tho minis
terial association of tho Honesdale dis
trict of Methodists will meet at Clif
ford. On Tuesday afternoon Itev.
Francis Gendnll will speak on "The
Salaries ot Our Pastors."
James Shields, of Third street, Is do
ing: jury duty.
Night Bchool opened on Monday even
ing with quite a good attendance. Pro
fessor Rogers and Miss Gertrude Vail
havo been engaged as teachers.
Thomas Green, Jr., who has been seri
ously 111 with typhoid fever, is rapidly
Cards are out announcing the com
ing marriage of Mr. I2dvnrd Inglesby,
of Olyphant, and Miss Hannah Stan
ton, of this plnce. Tho ceremony will
tako place on tho 27th Inst.
Mr. Frank Ball, who was injured by
falling off a bicycle some weeks ago,
was discharged from Emergency hos
pital, Carbondale, last Friday, and is
able to be around by the aid of
Tho many friends of Itov.W. B. West
lake wore pained yesterday to hear ot
his death. Ho was pastor of tho Metho
dist Episcopal church of this place for
the full time allowed by the confer
ence, which at that time was three
years. Ho was here In 1888-92. Ho was
a resident of this town but a short
tlmo when ho had gained many friends.
and by his genial naturo and manly
traits retained them as friends. While
here Mr. Westlako was a very zealous
worker, and did a great deal to furthet
tho advancement and growth of tho
church of which lie was pastor.
The Citizens band, of which all resi
dents are Justly proud, will hold a fair
in Cllmoro hall, commencing Oct. 1G.
The object of tho fair is for tho pur
poso of raising sufllclent funds to pay
tho balance due on their uniforms. Gil
roy's orchestra, of Archbald, will fur
nish the muslo for tho dancing. Doors
will be opened at 7 o'clock. Admission,
10 cents; ladles admitted free.
Mr. Charles D. Wlntor, of Main
street, is at Dallas.
"My I Msa your hand?" he asked.
Bho rwnoed her vail.
"No." eho replied, "I havo my tfovos
This evening tlu public of Taylor
will havo tho pleasure of listening to
one of tho grandest concerts ever given
in the pluco. Tho event will n under
th'e auspices of tho Musical Reading
clam, which Is under the direction of
Professor David V. Jones. Tho concert
.will bo held in tho Methodist Episco
pal church. Scranton's best tenor, Da
vid Stevens, will also bo present.
Miss Snrah Evans, of Main street. Is
Knights of Pythias, No. 4C2, will meet
this cvenlnir In Iteeso'a hall.
The funeral services over tho remains
of tho late Emma Evans, tho 17-year-old
daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. William
W. Evans, of Rcndhnm took place yes
terday afternoon from her late home.
Rev. Ivor Thomas, of the Welsh Con
gregational church, and Rev. Mr. Jones,
of tho Nebo Congregational church,
conducted tho services. Tho floral of
ferings were many and very beautiful.
Tho llower-bearcrs were her former
associates: Misses Mary Davis, Mary
Willis, Mary Davis and Maggie ICet
chad. Tho pall-bearers were: Messrs.
Charles Llewlyn, William Canoe,
Frederick Price, David Davis, William
Herbert nnd William S. Seal. Inter
infnt was made at Forest Homo ceme
tery. The regular weekly social was given
by the Independent Social club In Web
er's rink last evening. The rink was
taxed to its utmost capacity. The ellto
of Plttstou, Scranton and Mccslo as
Wfll ns other neighboring towns wero
presfnt. M. J. Grogan was master of
ccri-monles. Miss Kate Reardon, of
Scranton, furnished music.
The paymaster of the Delaware,
Lackawanna nnd Western, paid hla
monthly visit hero yesterday.
Mr.t. David Reese, of Providence, was
tho guest of friends In this place yes
terday. Mls3 Hattlo Prendergast, of Depot
street, Is visiting friend3 In Cavbondalo
feir thv past few days.
Robert McKonzIc, who h'os been vis
iting his parents, has returned to re
sume his study in tho University of
Georgj IngUs, of Cortland, N. Y Is
visiting his parents here.
WANTI3D TO MOVE.
It was not yet 9 o'clock when a man
of determined mien walked into the
office of tho real estate dealer.
"I suppose you undertake to find al
most any kind of property a man hap
pens to think ho wants?" he said to
"Well, I'm hero to leave an order for
a good, substantial, modern dwelling
that hasn't nny front yard."
"A little lawn is genierally considered
"I want this house to stand up so
close to tho sidewalk that there won't
bo an opening for a single blade of
grass to wriggle through. Don't make
any mistake about that. And what's
more, I want it in a neighborhood so
high-toned nnd haughty that folks
ain't able to recognize one another un
less they havo their evening clothes on.
If you'll find be such it place, I'll trade
in my residence and give you anything
more than what's reasonable to boot."
"What is your object in making tho
"I wnnt to cut the gras."
"Can't you do that where you aro?"
"I suppose some people could. But
I haven't the nerve. I am a person of
retiring tastes. I am fond of nature
nnd It gives me an immense amount ot
enjoyment to scratch up the dirt a lit
tle bit In early spring, sow some grass
seed and then pranco up and down
behind a lawn mower two or three
mornings a week to kojp It In shape.
That's my Idea of enjoyment."
"It Is certainly harmless and econ
omical." "Of course it is. And all I ask is to
ho let alone. But there's no use ot hop
ing for that. I tried It this morning.
I was neatly puncturing thi? soil here
and there with a rake when along
came a neighbor. 'Ah,' said he, in a
patronizing tone, 'engaged in bucolic
exercises, I see. Of coura? I couldn't
deny It, and after giving me a chap
ter or two of advice he passed on Tho
man who lives a few doors farther up
soon struck tho trail. He paused nnd
cheerily hailed me with, 'Well, well'
tasting tho delights of pastoral em
ployment, are you? Giving yourself
over to tho responsibilities ot herba
ceous propagation, eh?"
"What did you do." inquired the
"I submitted in silence. Several
more came along and each had some
thing to fay. Presently tho doctor
who" lives) on the next block Joined the
procession. 'Aha!' said he, 'I see you
trying to invest the urban scene with
the charm of mild rusticity and syl
van seclusion.' "
"What did you do then?" asked the
clrk, who had grown sympathetic.
"I owned up. I told him it hadn't
seemed as bad as that when I started,
but I guessed he was right, and I'd
quit. I changed my clothes and came
down here. If you can't find tho kind
of a locality I described get ma ono
wherotho population is uncultured and
sticks to a ratio of two syllables to
tho word, will you? I may seem queer
hut I ain't any moro so than the oth
ers. There can't be anything queerer
than tho way your fellow man will
let a stranger como along and climb In
to your house by the front window to
get the silverware or kidnap your chil
dren and then assernblo itaalt as air
alert and critical audience the mlnuto
you start in to attend to your own af
fair!.." Washington Star.
No Soft Drinks.
From tho Indianapolis Journal.
"Can't glvo you nothing but straight
whisky, friend," said tho barkeeper to
tho KJondlker. "All tho soft drolnks Is
f rozo hard."
tafhero shortet&edl with
Ttt Cottolfne trade marks nro "(Xlloltne" an
I her' i head in tetton-plant wrtath tin every t'n
THE N.K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
C!ilcao,5trt Vork.VlilUrtclpUU, riUtbuv
8 AHL BOKDEN 'Ol i
&s ITAKC NOSUDSTITUTC ForttTHC "EAGLETBRANDJ
& 'Thousands of Mothers Testifv.TO ITS SUPERIORITY
fr "NFANT fiTALTH"sctir FR&
KEYSTONE DEFEATED TUNKHANNOCK.
Tennis Evenly fllntchcd ns to Weight,
but Visitors Were Not .Skillful.
Last Saturday Keystone Academy
opened tho foot ball season at Factory
vllle by defeating Tunkhannock High
school 31-0. Tho visitors averaged as
much In weight as tho homo team, but
wore clearly outclassed in skill and
quickness. Tunkhannock kicked off nnd
after four minutes play Tiffany was
sent through tho line for the first touch
down. After that the gamo was a
"walk-over" for Keystone.
Suchslnger'a speedy running was ono
of the features and resulted in two
touchdowns. Dershlemer scored the
last touchdown from tho 35-yard line,
aided by good Interference. The others
were made by good line bucking. This
Is where they played:
Dcrshlmcr left end liordcn
Norton (Capt).... left tackle night
Cook left guard Flummcrfolt
Viall center Ugglcston
Tllllnghas rlkht guard Kepcrly
Davles left tackle Avery
Austin left end Stoelo
Suchslngcr.... quarter back Harding
Richards.... left half back ..lirown, Llttlo
TilTany, Tripp. .right halt back ..Reynolds
JInthowson fullback ....Frear (Capt)
Touchdowns Tiffany, nichards, 2; Aus
tin, Suchslngcr, 2; Dcrshelmer. Referee
Professor Smith. Umpire I'rofessor Kislt.
Timekeeper Jay F. Bond. Linesman
John Reynolds. Timo of halves 30 and 23
LOCAL FOOT DALL NOTES.
Tho Scranton foot ball team would
llko to arrange for a game of foot ball
for Oct. 10, 1S)7. or nny following date,
with Mayfield, Carbondale, Plttston.
Wllkes-Barre or Keystono academy, pre
ferred. First answering llrst served.
Address 13. Leonard, 433 Penn avenue,
Tho Alerts, ot tho West Side, would
llko to hear of tho return gamo from tho
Comets for Oct. 17, on Mullen's field. An
swer as soon as passible. F. Gllroy, cap
tain; Ij. Lowls, manager.
Tho foot ball eleven of No. 14 school re
quest a return game from No. 33 school to
bo played Saturday morning next nt 10
o'clock on tho Washburn street grounds,
reached by taking tho Washburn street
car. 13. McIIugh, captain.
Tho Sanderson Hill Comets would llko
to play tho return game with tho Key
stones, of Green nidge, Sunday, Oct. 17,
on Flatcrs' grounds at 2.30 o'clock. E.
Croft, manager; E. Todd, captain; G.
Bogait Cowlcs, secretary.
Tho choir of tho Presbyterian church
will glvo a concert In tho church next
Tho railroad boys aro kept busy at
F. P. Browno and family aro spending
soveral days at Heart Lako and Mont
rose. Tho Good Citizens' lenguo club will
hold a public meeting In tho Baptist
church Friday evening, Oct. 22.
Baptismal services wero conducted in
tho Baptist church last Sunday evening.
Tho Delaware. Lackawanna and West
ern pay car will make Its monthly visit
to this plaeo next Saturday.
Andrew Carlagg and Mrs. Kate Hill
wero united in marriago at St. Law
renco's Catholic church nt -rent Bend,
Tuesday nfternoon by Itev. Father Pa
gan. A. Aaron Bower, esq., of Scranton, will
glvo his Illustrated lecturo on "Pompeii"
in tho Railroad Young Men's Christian
association hall Thursuay evening, Oct.
Bev. S. C Swallow, of Harrlsburg, Pa.,
tho Prohibition candldato for stato treas
urer, and J. L. Marrow, of Philadel
phia, will speak hero next Monday eve
ning. Tho Sisterhood of Mary and Martha,
of tho Presbyterian church, cleared about
513 from their supper served recently.
A literary and debating committee has
been organized at tho Railroad Young
Men's Christian association. Tho follow
ing nro tho officers of tho soeloty: Pres
ident, B. W. Pease; vlco president, Fred
W. Church; secretary, Fred D. Lamb,
Tho first debato will tako placo Thurs
day evening. Tho subject is: "Resolved,
that lntemperanco has been a greater
curso to tho world than war." Charles
Boncy Is leader of tho affirmative, nnd
John Young, of tho negative.
Tho men's band of tho Baptist church
will havo a chicken plo supper next Sat
Information to Pntrons.
From the Utica Observer.
When patrons of a small laundry In tho
upper part of tho city failed to get their
wearing apparel Saturday evening they
found tho placo closed and this noto pinned
upon tho door:
"Closed on account of sickness till Mon
day. I'm not expected to live."
SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY,
404 Lackawanna Avenu?,
WU. T. SMITH, Pres.
HEHRY J. ANDERSON, Ylca-Pres.
JOHN W, FOWLER, Treas.
Deposit Accounts of Corpora
tions, iMcrclmnts, Firms and Indi
viduals Solicited. Three Per Cent.
Interest Paid on Savings Deposits.
Tliis Company Acts ns Trustee,
Executor, Administrator, Guar
dian, lite, Under Appointments
by the Courts, Corporations or
Por Sale by Hill A Connell, I'rotlieroo &
Co. and A, E. Strong.
I 'SmmgstsSmtimflSm. 3
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(NiwYonx Condimsid Milk CO.n.y.' d
New York Atmouuocment.
"Our Amirletn Homtt tnl lion to FnrntatiTlitm,"
The Best in the Market.
All who doslro to buy rcllnblo Fur
nituro, whother in medium or finest
grades, will lino, our stock; tuo most
advantageous to soloot from for thoso
reasons: It represents tho produc
tions of tho best makers only, and
is tho largost nnd most varied in
Amoricn, while our prteos are tho
lowest at which goods of similar
quality can possibly bo sold for.
Thscotnpletenes ot our assortments can
boit hn understood from tho fact that
wo exhibit more than Jive hundred dlffirtvt
JJtdrwm Sell In evorr variety of wood,
over 10 pattern1 ot Itrnss Bedsteads, as
troll an endless linos of Parlor. Drawing
llrom. Library and Dining lloom Furniture
oi ttio most nrustio eiuus. anu ranging
from tho modest and Inexpensive to tho
most olaboratolv carved and Inlaid.
One entire floor devoted to Venotlan
Caned 1'iirnlturo. Trench Cabinets, and
other foreign productions
Semi for our Illustrated Hook.
R.J. Horner & Co.,
G1-G5 W. SJJcl St., New York
(Adjoining V.ilem Mane.).
(BUItKKA OP THE TAST.)
Cuff or Shirt
LOOKS AND WEARS THE BETTER
POIl OUR HANDLING. BESIDES
THAT MOTHERLY INTEREST OR
WIFELY PRIDE IN KEEPING THE
BUTTON HOLES IN GOOD SHAPE.
IN OTIIEU WORDS, WE MAKE
Linen Last Long
Protectors and Cleaners of Linen.
322 Waflhlngton Ave. 323 Dlx Court.
Ring 'Phono 702. Call Wagon or Drop
Postal. Eureka Coupons Accepted.
2!3 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Has full and complete stock
of all the latest up-ro
date styles in.
Belts, Waist Sets,
Rogers' Silver -Plated Ware,
Sterling Silver Spoons,
at the very lowest
possible prices at
213 Lackawanna Avenue.
The Eye Specialist
VHOSK "dice 19 nt
"' i!ir Lucknwnn.
nn avenue, In Will,
lams' Wlilte Front
fr-hoo Btore, examine?
Uw eye froe in the
most accurate way,
unci I1I9 prices for spec.
" " 3Sa
"$& VMii. inenlnbleindlllerence
to tuo proper euro of
tlioeycs teem to po.
fphr ninst rtnonln tintlt
JJSB "10 time comes when
itJt. s headaches, lmnerfcct
vlslon.or other results
of such neglect Rlvo warning that nnture H
rebelling ugalnst such treatment of one ot
the most precious gifts. Normal Islon Is a
blesslnd unappreciated until It has been lost
nnd restored; Its lull valuo Is then reallred,
Therefore, you bbould not I oho n day before
having your eyes examined. This service wo
gladly render freo of cliurge.
RCMGMUnR THE PLACE,
215 Lackawanna Avenue
In the White Front Shoe Store.
Manufacturer f tfc Oeloferatoa
100,000 Barrels per Aanum
PBI ill M
Wo ought to sell ALL of tho School Shoes Mint will be sold In Scranton this
u full. Hut wo won't. Homo veonlo oro such poor Judeos of UUALITY Unit tlioy
Mould pay 81.00 for a shoo that Is nonrly
really good slioe. Thoso peoples trndo wo won't got. Wo will get Uio trade of peo-
3 plo who Mice to make suro of what they aro buying. Thoio who uro good Jmlgon and
don't want Job lots or trashy bum". Wo aro better prepared thnn anyone else to
S servo such people and we will pell them school bIiooh "or any other kind" that will
prove cheapo Jthan nny other shoes they can buy.
b Comer Lackawanna and
2 N. n. See our Foster Doots for Ladles' Wear and tho James A. Uanlster Co.'i a
5 Shoes for Mcu, m
BITTENBENDER & CO.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Neverslip and Hold
fast Calks and Shoes,
Qibbs' Rubber Cush
ion Horse Shoes.Wag,
on and Blacksmith
Iron and Steel.
126 and 128 Franklin Ave., Scranton
LACKAWANNA LUMBER 00.;
Dill Timber cut to order on short notice. Hardwood Mine Rails
sawed to uniform lengths constantly on hand. Peeled Hemlock
Prop Timber promptly 1'urnlshcd.
MILLS At Cross Fork, Potter Co., on the Buffalo and Susquc
hnnna Railroad. At Mina, Potter County, Pa., on Coudersport. and
Port Allegany Railroad. Capacity 400,000 feet per dny.
GENERAL OFPICE-Board of Trade Building, Scrunton, Pa.
Telephone Ko. 4014.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE. PA., Manufacturers of j
LOCOMOTIVES, STATIONARY ENGINES, BQILERS.
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
QENERAL OFFICE, SCRANTON. PA.
RAILROAD TIHE TABLES.
Schedule In Effect November 15, iSoS.
Trains Lcavo Wilkes-Barro as Follows
7.30 a. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, BaltN
more, Washington, and for Pitts
burg and tho West.
10.15 a. tn., week days, for Hazloton,
Pottsville, Reading, Norrlstown,
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrlsburg, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts,
burg and tho West.
3.15 p. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrlsburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and Pittsburg
and tho West.
3.15 p. m., Sundays only, for Sun
bury, Harrlsburg, Philadelphia,
and Pittsburg and tho West.
G.00 p. m., week days, for Hazleton
J. R. WOOD, Oen'l Pass. Auent.
J. B. HUTCHINSON. Uencrnl Manager.
Central Kailroad of New Jersey
(Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.)
Stations in New York-Foot of Liberty
street. N? l". ana Whitehall Terminal.
Anthraclto coal used exclusively, Insur
ing cleanliness a SonjJSTiTT v 18OT
TIME TABLT3 IN EFFECT JULY . 1837.
Trains leave Scranton for llttston,
wiiiTni-narre etc.. at 8.20, 0.15. 11.50 a, m.,
r 45 2 W. '5. 7.101.. m. Sundays, 9.00,
SSr' i-oUaWrfc fi a. n,. 3.03. 5.00 P.
m. Sundays, 2.1.', p. m.
For Atlantic City. 8.20 a. m. .,,,..
For New York, Newark and Elizabeth,
S-X) (express) a. m., 12.13 (express with
Sftrit Parlor r. 1W (expr.) P. m.
m arrives I at Fh tlidelphla. Readlfc Terrfl
I?.'oU tip. m. ona New York 6.00 P. m.
heX Easton and Philadelphia: 8 20 a m.,
l" 45 3 05, 5.W (except Philadelphia) p. m.
Lniranch. Ocean Grove, etc.. at
S-!?oar Se&WUaS'or. and .Ha.grl.bunr.
via Allentown, 8.20 a. m., li.lo, 5.00 p. m.
SUlffibrtFlie?8.20a. m.. 12.43 p m
Returning leave Now York, foot of Lib
erty streetf North River, at 9.10 (express)
am 1.10, 1.30, 4.15 (express with Buffet
nnrlor car) 11. m. Sunday. 4.30 a. m.
P Leave New York, foot Whitehall street
Rnuth Ferry, at 8.5u a. m., l.W, l.-o, S.w
S m. Passengers arriving or departing
from this terminal can connect under
cover with all tho elevated ru! roads.
Broadway cable cars, and ferries to
Brooklyn and Staten Island, miking quick
transfer to and from Grand Central De
pot and Ing Island Railroad.
P I'eavo Philadelphia. Reading Terminal.
9.00 a. m., 2.00 and 4.30 p. m. Sunday, 6.20
Through tickets to all points at lowest
rato may be had en application In ad
vance to the ticket "baVdWIN,
6en. Pass. Agt.
J. II. OLHAU6EN, Gen. Supt.
Del., Lackn. and Western.
Effect Monday, Juno 21, 1897.
Trains leavo Scranton as follows: Ex
nress for New York and all points East.
1.40, 2.50, 5.15, 8.00 and 10.20 a. m.j 12.6j and
lJxprosa for Easton, Trenton, Philadel
phia and tho 6outh. 5.13, 8.00 and 10.20 a.
in., 12.55 and 3.33 p. m.
Washington and way stntlons, 3.4C p, m,
Tobyhanna accommodation, 6.10 p. m.
Express for Blnghamton, Oswego. EI
mtra. Corning, Bath. Dansvllle, Mount
Morris ond Buffalo, 12.10. 2.55, 9.00 a. m..
and 1.55 p. m., making closo connections at
Buffalo to all points in tho West, North
west and Southwest.
Blnghamton nnd way station. l.OG p. m.
Nlcliolson accommodation, 4.00 and CIO
P'Blnghamton and Elmlra express, 6.55
P'nx'pregs for Utlca and Richfield Springs,
2.J5 a. m. and 1.65 p. m.
Ithaca, 2.33, 9.00 n. m., and 1.C3 p. m.
For Northumberland, Plttston. Wilkes
Barre, Plymouth, Bloomsburg and Dan
ville, making cloe connection at North
umberland for Wllllamsport, Harrlsburg,
Baltimore, Washington and the South.
Northumberland and Intermediate sta
tions. 6.0O. 10.20 a. m., and l.r.5 and 6.00 p.m.
Nantlcoko nnd intermediate stations,
8.08 and 11.20 a. m. Plymouth oral Inter
mediate stations, 3 43 and 8.47 p. m. For
Kingston, 12.40 p. m. ,
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on
all express trains.
For detailed Information, pocket tlm
tables, etc., apply to M, U Smith, Dis
trict Passenger Agent, dopot ticket ofllce.
Erie nnd Wyoming Valley,
IN Effoct Bept. 19. 1S97.
Trains leavo Scranton for 'New York
and lutermedtato points on Erlo railroad,
nil shoddv. rather than nny Sl.Uftfora
J. M. KCMAIERER.
Lending makes of Hlcycictt
nnd Sundries, Nickcl-l'latin;;
nnd Repairing Difficult Re
pair and Machinist Job Work
i Specialty. Power Holt and
Rod Threading nnd Taping,
Power Shearing and Punch
W. D. IIITTHNHENDER,
W. A. KEMUEKER.
also for Hawloy and local points at 7.03
a. m. and 2.23 p. m.
Arrlvo at Scrnnton from abovo polnta
at 10.23 a. m 3.13 and 9.38 p. m.
Delaware and Hudson.
On Monday, July 5, trains will leava
Scranton as follows:
For Carbondale C.20, 7.53, 8.53, 10.15 a.
m.; 12.00 noon; 1.21. 2.20. 3.52, 5.25, 6.25. 7.57.
9.15. 10.45 p. m.; 12.10 a m.
For Albany, Saratoga. Montreal, Bos
ton, New England points, etc., 6.20 a. m.,
2.20 p. m.
For Honesdale 6.20. 8.C3, 10.13 a. m.j
32.00 noon: 2.20, 6.25 p. m.
For Wllkes-Barre 6.43, 7.50. 8.43. 9.33,
10.45 a. m.; 12.05, 1.23, 2.2S, 3.33. 4.41, 6.00, 7.50,
9.50. 11.30 p. m.
For New York, Philadelphia, etc., via.
Iehlgh Valley R. It., 0.45, 7.50 a. m.; 12.03,
1.25, 4.41 p. m. (with Black Diamond Ex
press) 11.30 p. m.
For Pennsylvania R. R. points 6.43, 9.3S,
a. m.; 2.28. 4.41 p. m.
For western points via Lehigh Valley
R. R 7.50 a. m.: 12.03, 3.33 (with Black
Diamond Express), 9.50. 11.30 p. m.
Trains will arrlvo at Scranton as fol
lows: From Carbondale and tho north 1 40
7.45, 8.40, 9 34, 10.40 a. m.j 12.00 noon; 1.20,
2.24. 3.25, 4.37, 5.43, 7.43, 9.45 11.23 p. m.
From Wllkes-Barre and tho south 6.15
7.50. 8.50, 10.10. 11.CG a. m.; 1.16. 2.14, 3.4S,
5.20. 6.21. 7.53. 9.05. 9.43 p. m.; 12.0o a. m.
J. W. BtJRDICK, G. P. A, Albany, N Y.
H. W. CROSS, D. P. A., Scranton, Pa.
Lehigh Valley Railroad System.
Anthraclto Coal Used Exclusively, Insur
ing Cleanliness and Comfort.
IN EFFECT JUNE 14. 1897.
TRAINS IEAVE SCRANTON.
For Philadelphia and Now York via D.
& II. R. R. at 6.43, 7.60 a. tn., and 12 05, 1.23,
2.2S. 4.41 (Black Diamond Express) and
11.30 p. m.
For Plttston and Wllkes-Barro via D.
I,. & W. It. R.. 6.00, 8.03, 11.20 a. m., 1.53
3.40, 6.00 and 8.47 p. m.
For WTilto Haven, Hazloton, Pottsville,
and principal points In the coal reglona
via D. & II. R. B-. 0.43, 7.60 a. m 12.05 and
4.41 p. m.
For Bethlehem, Easton, Reading, Har
rlsburg and principal Intermediate sta
tions via D. & H. R. R.. 6 43. 7.60 n. m.,
12.05, 1.25, 2.2S. 4.41 (Black Diamond Ex
press), 4.41 and 11.30 p. m.
For Tunkhannock, Towanda, Elmlra,
Ithaca, Geneva nnd principal Intermedials
stations via D L. & W. 11. R.. COO, 8.0S a.
m.. 12.40 and 3.40 p. m.
For Geneva, Rochester, Buffalo.Nlagarai
Falls, Chicago and all points west via D.
& H. R. R.. 12.05. 3.33 (Black Diamond
Expres). 9.60 and 11.30 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or Lehigh
Valley chair cars on all trains between
Wllkes-Barro and New York, Philadel
phia, Buffalo and Suspension Bridge
ROLI.IN II. WILBUR, Gen. Supt.
CITAS. S. LEE, Gen. Pass. Agt., Phlla.,
A. a'V. NONNDMACIfER. Asst. Gen,
Pass. Agt.. South Bethlehem, Pa.
Scranton OfTlcc, 309 Lackawanna avenue.
New York, Ontario and Western.
Time Table In Effcot Oct. 3, 1897.
Trains leave Scranton for Carbondolft
at 10.53 a. m. and 6.10 p. m.
For Cadoela, connecting with main Una
trains north and south, at 10.63 a. m.
Train loaves Cadosla for Scranton at
2.05 p. m.
Trains leavo Carbondale for Scranton
ot 7.34 a. m. nnd 3.34 p. m.
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