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THE SCHANTON TRIBUNE .SATURDAY MOTCSTINGr, OCTOBER 1G, 1837.
tncndcra will plene noto that adver
tisements, ordtrs for Job work, una
Items for publication left nt tho estab
lishment of Shannon S: Co.. newsdealers.
North Main street, will rocclvo prompt at
tention; odlco open from 8 a. m. to 10
AN AFTERNOON WEUDINQ.
rranots P. Coates, Jr., ot Scrnnton,
find Miss Grace M. ".'nnnnn. daughter
of Mr niul Mrs. Joseph V. Vannnn, of
Hehnont street, were united In marriage
nti Thursday nfUrnonn nt th? Presby
terian chinch In this city. Tim pervloo
w.is solemnized bv Hev. Charles Lee.
A largs number of friends witnessed
the Impressive e?rmony. The ushers
were: Mors. Dwlght L. Crane, Ed
ward V. YnrrlntUon, Lynmn M. Smith
anil J. V. Ilollenbeok. As the bridal
rarty entered the church. Professor a.
P. Thbm-JS rendered the Lohengrin
wedding march nnd during the cere
mony played softly Urn air "Call Mo
Thin Own." The bride wore n hand
some gown of golden brown broadcloth
with white chiiTon front. After tho
ceremony a teceptlon was given nt tho
homo of the bride' parents nnd rela
tives of the fatnllv. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Coates have left for mibuqu Iowa, for
n two weeks' visit ot the homo of Mr.
Coates' parents. On their return they
will reside In Summon at the Hotel
A largo an t brilliant reception was
given yest rdnv afternoon by Mes
dames Luthrnpe md Dlmock at tho
home of tlm former on Park street.
The rooms wen- beautifully decorated
with palms, ferns, snillax and cut (low
ers. Mrs. LnMiropo wore a handsoma
gown of uink silk with chiffon trim
mings. Mi. Dlmock was dressed In
black silk nnd lace. They wore assist
ed In entertalnlrg by Mesdnmes J. E.
Burr, N. "v III1W, C. E. Spencer, Hum
phrey r lVol:. Mrs. James Stott
pr'sldof. She table In tho dining room
and the uests were served by tho
Misses Reynolds, C'oivland, Ellis, Ba
ker. Hathaway nnd Watt. During tho
reception tho orchestra rendered favor
ite b lections. The occasion was one
of great enjoyment.
INJURED AT THE IIENURICK SHOPS.
An unfortunate accident occurred
yesterday afternoon at the Hendrlck
shojis by the breaking of a. oounter
shaft. Two young men received Injur
ies. Frank Statvs, of Mill street, wns
badly bruised about tho chest, nock
and arms; William Dlmock, of Chest
nut avenue, received some severe bruis
es. Drs. Jenkins. Kelly and Lamb wero
called and tlu young men were cared
for and then conveyed to their homes.
The men wre employed In tho punch
BADLY BURNED AT A FURNACE.
Yesterday afternoon Charles Tall
man, n voung man who is employed as
n fireman u tho Pio.nier Steam laun
dry on Salem avenue, was badly burn
ed about the face and hands. After
opening the drafts of th" furnace he
looked In at tho door and received a
volume of llame upon his face. Fortu
nately his eyes were not greatly Injur
ed, nnd ho was able to reach Dr. M.
I. Bailey's o'lice where lie lvcelved
treatment. It will bo some time before
he can resume his duties as llreman.
PRIZE SINGERS AT THE ACADEA1V.
The Academy of Music was crowded
on Thursday evening by an apprecia
tive audience to hear Mie famous Welsh
prize singers. The concert was given
under the auspices of the Carbondalo
Cycle club nnd Isaac Singer was tho
active manag-r of the affair. Th club
appreciate the Interest taken nnd sup
port given to the effort, which was In
all respects a success. Every one wns
delighted with tho entertainment which
was a musical performance of a high
The futferal of John Scanlon was at
tended yesterday morning by a large
number of friends at St. Roso church.
A solemn requl'm high mass was cele
brated by now W. A. Nealon. Ho also
delivered an Impressive sermon. Tho
pallbearers were: Oeorge McDonough,
James Duffy, Patrick Canlui, Anthony
Duffy, John Collins, Anthony Horan,
James Ollroy and Peter Brown. Among
the out of town friends present were:
Mrs. Mary Bindley, of Illnghamton:
Mrs Hoban and daughter. James Sean
Ion and Dr. Scanlon, of Scranton; Miss
Katie Nealon, of Forest City.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES.
Rev. nnd Mrs. William HUler. of Sus
qu hannn, were visitors on Thursday
nt tho home of their son, F. II. HUler,
of Canaan street.
Dr. Swallow and W. W. Lathrope en
joyed a ride over tho Gravity railroad
yesterday morning as tho guests of
Mrs. Morwood Jordan and daughter,
Mrs. S'eley, of Scranton, closed their
cottage yesterday at Crystal lake for
Mrs. John Stephens and Mrs. Charles
Roberts left yesterday for a visit
among friends at WIlkes-Barre.
At the social of tho Recherclu danc
ing class held In tho Burke building
on Thursday evening. Professor Fran
cis do LaslifiHtay, an expert banjo
player, gave an entertainment.
Mrs. Charles Neus?r, of Forty-second
street, after the surgical operation on
Thursday, Is doing well.
Dwlght Rhlnoviiilt. who was so seri
ously Injured while coupling cars some
two weeks ngo, Is Improving.
Joseph Swnn, who has been employ
ed for several years by tho Delaware
and Hudson company, illed yesterday
at Wnymart. Ho fell from a tree some
days ago when h'ls back was biokeu.
At tho Gcrmanla band fair last even
ing tha Temperance band of Jermyn
rendered selections. A tronibon6 solo
was given by B. M. Campbell; a cor
nt solo by C. Sober, nnd vocal solos
by Miss Allco Jordan and Fred Mitch
ell. Miss Mary Myers has returned homo
from a visit with friends In Scranton.
FOIl r.iTiir.u HEX.
TIiIh remedy being In
jected directly to the
Heat of tlioso olsenwcM
of the Geiilto-tlrlnnry
OruHtifl, rooulroM no
cliaiiiro of diet. Cure
cunrunteeil 111 1 to 21
,' ilnyn. Mmnll plain pack.
dT-l TT TOfc yz a' by wall, si.uo,
Cj' U JEfeJUliHoM only by
Wm. 0. Clark ja6 Penn Ave,, Scranton, Pa
There will be n big demonstration nt
the oporn house tonight, when the Re
publican county campaign will bo for
mally opened. Hon. AV. AV. "Watson,
rrcd. V. Fleltz and M. V,'. Lowry will
bo the principal speakers. Many of
tho candidates will bo present. The
Junior Republican club, eighty strong,
of Scranton, will attend tho meeting.
Wlllard Ulckok, of Plymouth, wns
visiting In this city yesterday.
MrgBi'3. S. F. Carpenter. H. O. AVnt
rous, Ooorgo Patterson and V. A.
Spencer, who have been on a hunting
expedition In the Maine woods, tire
expected h'onie today.
A verdict of guilty wns returned yes
terday In vhc case of tho Scott fam
ily, charged with keeping a disorderly
Mrs. D. W. Humphrey nnd daughter
Orace, lenv.9 today for a vteit with
friends In Illnchnmton.
A large audience welcomed Kate Em
met at tho Ctrand Opera house.
A POLITICAL POINTER
If you Indorse the free trade and free
silver Chicago platform as the Lack
wnnna Democracy does, "fully and
without reserve." then work nnd voto
for Sahadt, Horn, ot. at. If you be
lieve In McKlnlcy. protection nnd pros
perlty, turn theso agents of Urjan
Last Wednesday noon Miss Roso
Glanvlllo nnd Mr. Charles Walts:, two
of Poekllle's well known young people,
wore united In th holy bonds of mat
rimony by the Rev. G. C, Lyman at
Green Ridge. The bride was attended
by Ml.s Stella Wademnn, while Mr.
Edmund Williams acted as best man.
The lirlde was attired In a wry be
coming dark green traveling suit while
her maid of honor wore n dress of
grpon mixed goods. After tho maninge
ceremony Mr. nnd Mrs. Waltz left
Scranton on the 2.23 p. m train to sp'ntl
their honeymoon nt the home of the
groom's parents at Mount Cobb. On
their return they will go to house
keeping In a neatly furnished house
on Main street.
Miss Lillian Peck has returned after
visiting for a few days at tho homo of
her aunt, Mrs. William Grant, of
Mr. and Mrs. David W. Shay have re
turned home after spending a very
pleasant week with their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Van Cott and Mr. and airs.
Shay, nt New Mllford.
Mrs. W. J Alters and daughter, Geor
gie, of Chicago, are visiting nt the
homo of Mrs. Aker's sister, Mrs; S. M.
Mrs. Charles Beattys returned last
Thursday from a visit with relatives
and friends at Philadelphia.
Tho semi-monthly exercises of the
Adelphlan society In the high school
have been postponed until next. Friday
on account of tho absence of eome of
A surprise party was held at the
homo of William Mackey last Thursday
evening In honor of Mrs. Mackey's sis
ter. Miss Jennie Yarns. A very enjoy
able evening was spent with games,
singing and other amusements, and a
large number of guests were In atten
dance from Jermyn, Carbondale, Arch
bald nnd Peckvllle.
Mrs. Plummer, of tho West End,
who has been visiting In the west, re
turned to her home last Thursday.
William Holllster, of Hollisterville,
Is visiting at the homo of his son, P.
Chicken thieves paid a visit to the
chlckery of John Smooks on Hickory
street last Thursday morning about 2
o'clock; but before they were able to
procure any of the feathered stock
they wore surprised by tho contents of
a shot gun from tho hands of Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kuyer, of Kuye-
town, nro visiting nt tho home of their
daughter Mrs. John Peck .
Peckvllle Baptist church. Rev. J. S.
Thomas, pastor, services at 10.30 a.
m. and 7 p. m. Subject for the morn
ing, "Losing by Saving and Saving by
Losing;" evening subject, "The Grand
est Pursuit." Sabbath school at 2.30
p. m. All nro cordially Invited.
Services at thp M. E. church Sun
day as follows: Morning preaching by
II. Chapman, nt 10,30; evening ser
vlco at 7 o'clock, preaching by tho
Rev. A. B. Kunkel, of the Presbyter
Ian church. Sunday school, 2.30; Lp
worth league at 6 p. m. In lecture room.
All are welcome.
All arrangements have been com
pleted for the grand testimonial con
cei t which is to bo held in the Calvary
Daptlst church on Monday evening next
In honor of our fellow townsman, John
T. Wntklns. The committee In chars
of the nffalrs havo procured for tho
occasion the very best talent and tne
concert promises to be one of the
grandest events of ths season. Tho fol
lowing Is the excellent programme:
Sonp-, "Soldier Song," Mascheronl, John
T. "Watklns; piano solo, "Valse-de-Con-cert,"
'Wlelawski, T. Reeve Joius; rec
itation, "Mr. Fraser's First Hunt," It.
II. Pavls, MI?s Hessie E. Parker; song1,
"Waltz Song" (Romeo et Juliet), Gou
nod, Miss Sadla Estelle Kalsir; song,
"Monn," S. Adams, Thomas Beynon;
recltntlon, selected, Mlsa Resale E. Par
ker; songs, la) "Could I," Mattel; (b)
"Chase," Gounod, John T. Watklns;
song, "Tho Sands O'Dee," Clay, MUs
Sndlo Estelle Kalsar; piano bolo, (a)
"Nocturne," Chopin; (10 "Das SU1
gen dsr I.erche," Relchert, T, Iteevo
Jones; duet, "Tho Tranquil Night."
Glover, Miss Kaiser and Mr. Watklns.
At the pianoforte, Miss Florence II.
Richmond, Miss Julia Whltv?.
Preaching at tlm Welsh Congrega
tional church' tomorrow at the usual
hours. Rev. Ivor Thomas will preach
In the morning, subject, "Saved by the
Grace of God." In the evening Profes
sor Yokano, a native of Toklo, Japan,
who is at present in this country pre
paring himself for the ministry and
missionary work In his native land, will
occupy ths pulpit. Mr. Yokano will
wear his natlvo costumo and offerings
will bo taken to assist him In his
Thl3 evening will be the closing of
the Cnlvery fair and festival and If
you desire to possess fancy articles nt
your own price, do not fall to attend
this evening. The contests for tho
scholarships will close this, evening.
Last evening tho rink was full to Its
utmost capacity. .
Mies Jessie Owens, of Scranton. wns
the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. U. Owens, on Thursday.
The Rev. L. II. Foster will preach nt
10.30 u. m. tomorrow at tho Presbyter
Ian church. Sunday school at the clone
of tho morning sorvico.
Services at the Calvary Baptlat
church nt 10.30 a. m. and 6 p. m. to
morrow. Rev. Dr. II. H. Harris will
olllciate. Morning subject, "No Cross,
No Crown." Sunday jfchool at 2 p. m.
The evening sermon will lie "To Be or
Not to Bo That la tho Question." All
A band of gypsies are camping at th'e
Old Homestead park.
James IMvls, Edward Hopkins and
James Smith, of Avocn, attended the
Calvary fair on Thursday evening.
Messrs. William Davis nnd D. A.
Williams attended ths Bloonisburg fair
H. J. Daniels,- who for twelve years
has been Taylor correspondent for the
Scrnnton Truth, has resigned that po
sition. Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
No. CCS, will meet this evening In their
hull on North Main street.
Mrs. Robert Inglls, ot Yatesvllle, la
tho guest of hor parents on Mnlni
John K. Knight, of Philadelphia, was
hero on business yesterday.
William Whlteford attended the
Bloonisburg fnlr yesterday.
Don't forget to attend tho fair and
festival In Weber's rink this evening.
Midnight marauders arc still causing
much trouble and annoyance In this
vicinity, but no organized effort has
been put forth to rid the anxious peo
ple of these noxious personages.
Mrs. George W. Loder Is convales
cing from her recent Illness.
Mr. Deltrlch, of Tunkhnnnock, was
hero on business during the week.
The Ice house of our now resident,
George Wells, formerly of the West
Side, wns destroyed on Monday morn
ing Inst. No knowledge of tho cause
has as yet been advanced, but It seems
a clear case of Incendiarism.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ackerly, jr., nnd
son are visitors at the homo of the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. I.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Parker, of tho
West Side, were visitors at tho home
of our merchant, W. S. Frace, and re
turned to their homo on Monday last.
H. E. Northup, of Stroudsburg, spent
Monday night nt the homo of his pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Northup.
W. P. Coon made a business trip
to Scranton on Wednesday last.
Merton Cook has accepted a position
at George L. Burdick's, near Grlflln
Golden Chain lodge, No. 915, Inde
pendent Order of Odd Fellows, had tho
following olllcers Installed to their re
spective stations at their meeting on
Thursday evening: Noble grand, John
Klderkln; vice-grand, KlcJiard Barron;
assistant secretary, Samuel J. Barrett;
treasurer, Vaughn Richards. Dole
gates were present from Providence,
Peckvllle, Carbondale, Jermyn and
Olyphant lodges, A grand supper wns
served nmong the members.
Monday evnlng, Oct. IS, the Wesley
league of the Primitive Methodist
church will give a fan social in the
.school room. Tho fans will be sold for
fifteen cents each, which entitles pur
chaser and lady to a lunch. A grand
programme will be rendered.
Richard and William Chelton wero
In attendance at a party given by Mr.
and Mrs. Mason, of Blakely, Thursday
Mrs. William Thorpe visited at Jer
Miss MncEshelman returned homo
Tuesday night, after spending a few
days with friends at Scranton.
F. W. Posten spent Sunday with
friends at Tobyhanna.
Charles Labarr, of Scranton, was tho
guest of his mother, Mrs. Anna La
Miss Holllster's pupils will give a
musical In her studio, Wednesday,
Oct. 20, to which all are In
vited. Admission, ten cents. Tho
programme is as follows: Part I Se
lected, orchestra; I.lly Gavotte (Gelse),
Edna Malone; "Confidence (Mendel
ssohn), Helen Clouse; solo (selected),
Sara Decker; piano solo, Mazourka,
Adellna H. Hallet; waltz (Cooper),
Fred. C. Depew. Part II Piano duet,
"Trlvollty Polka," Ruth Gardiner nnd
Grace Travis; tenor solo (selected),
It. II. Martin; piano solo.Grace Travis;
vocal selection, Mrs. J. M. Noack;
piano solo, violin obllpato, Nellie Hol
llster and Daniel Gardiner; orchestra,
0 086 P
We want your trade. To get it we
prices you can't find elsewhere. We offer
day in the week, but for Saturday and
shall place on our bargain list:
100 Pairs Men's Cordovan plain toe, liaud-sewed,lace and congress Shoes, $5.50.
For Saturday and Monday at
200 Pairs Men's "Cuban Calf" hand-sewed, heavy sole, cone toe, lace Shoes,
worth any man's $4.50. For Saturday and Monday at
150 Pairs Ladies' Fine Dongola, extension sole Shoes, lace and button, cone
toe, a value giver at $2.50. For Saturday and Monday at
80 Pairs Ladies' hand welt cloth top button Shoes, new needle toe; none better
at $3-50. For Saturday and Monday at
40 Pairs Hand-Sewed "Koehler Last" Shoes; the staifcard price for these shoes
is $5.00. For Saturday aud Monday at
1,000 Pairs Child's spring heel, russet, button Shoes, sizes 5 to S, worth 40c.
Saturday aud Monday ouly, for .
1,000 Pairs Child's Dongola, spring heel,button Shoes, sizes 9 to 11, worth 50c.
Saturday and Monday only, for
500 Pairs Youths' Buff Lace Shoes, heel, sizes 12 to 2. - For Saturday and
The Kline Shoe C
326 LACKAWANNA AVENUE..
These arc tho positive fore-runners of serious womb complications, anil unless
given immediate attention will result in untold misery, If not death.
Lydia K. Plnkhnm's Vcgctnblo Compound will, beyond tho question of n
doubt, relievo nil this troublo before it becomes serious, and it has cured
tnnny after thoir troubles had become chronic.
The Compound should bo talcen immediately upon tho nppcarnnco of any of
these symptoms above enumerated. It is a vegetable tonic which Invigorates
nnd stimulates the cntiro female organism, anil will produce tho ssimo bene
ficial results in tho case of any sick woman as it did with Mns. Chas. Kino, 1815
Rosewood St., Philadelphia, Pa., whoso letter we attach:
" I write these few lines, thanking you for restoring my health. For twolvo
years I suffered with pains impossible to describe. I had bearing-down feelings,
backache, burning sensation in my btomnch, chills, headache, and always had
black specks before my eyes. I was afraid to stay atone, for I sometimes had
four and five fainting spells a day. I had several doctors and tried many pat
ent medicines. Two years ago I was so bad that I had to go to bed arid have a
trained nurse. Through her, I commenced to take Lydia E. l'lnkham's
Vegetable Compound, nnd I never had anything give me the relief that it has.
I havo taken eight bottles, and am now enjoying the best of health again. I
can truthfully say it has cured mo."
Scranton's musical world Is shortly to
be enhanced by another of those justly
popular concerts given by the Symphony
orchestra under the able leadership of
Mr. Thendoro Hemborger. Aside from
tho orchestra, Miss Rosa Kocmpel, tho
young pianist virtuoso, will perform
among other number the well known
concerto In F minor by Weber with the
orchestra. Tho most pleasant feature of
tho evening will be the vocallug of ouo
of Handel's arlns by Miss K. Tlmber
raann, Tho orchestra will give a better
programme, if possible, than usual, the
llrst number being the sublime, almost
divine Gothic symphony by Godnrd. An
other number will be tne celebrated
"Dnnco of tho Dead of Camille St. Sov
cns." One of tho features of the evening
will bo a symphonlque poem on an Ideal
theme. It has 1m en claimed by those
who havo heard It. that tho future for
this poem will be as nearer to tho culm
ination of music, a light to show In tne
modern school of composition, the pro
gress that music Is making. It H I v
Mr. Thoedoro Hembergcr. The last num
ber of tho evening will be a pleasant
surprise to tho muslc-loving Seinnton
Iiiii. This concert will probably tnke place
Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday, Oct.
I! II II
Tho testimonial concert to bo given
Mr. John T. Watlilns at the Lyceum
Thursday evening. Oct. 21, promises to
be a musical event of great Interest. A
cry largo number of tickets have been
disposed of nnd a crowded houno will
greet this over popular singer. Tho pro
gramme will, In part, be ns follows:
Aria, "Lend Me Thine Aid" Gounod
(La Rclno de Saba.)
Song, "Ocean Thou Mighty Monster,"
Miss Sadie Kstello Kaiser.
Recitation, "Tho Marriage of tlm Flow
ers" F. 1$. Hall
Miss Bcsslo E. Parker.
Recitation and Aria
(a) "Thus Salth tho Lord," (Mes
(b) "Who Shall Abide" (Me3tlah),
John T. Wntklns.
Violin Solo, "Berceuse" (from Toor-
M!s Julian Clnpp Allen.
Song, "Lo, Hear the Gentlo Laik,"
(Violin Obllgato, Lugeno P. Ham.)
Recitation, "Tho Messenger,"
Songs, (a) "O Tu Palermo,"
Verdls Coclllan Vespers)
(b) "Dlo Possentl,"
Violin Solo, "La Chasse" Sarasato
At tho piano: Mr. Pennington. Miss
Florenco -.icnmond, Miss Annie O'Nell.
II II H
Mr. Haydn Evans will commence a se
ries of free noon-day organ r cltnls to.
day nt the Penn Avenue Baptist church,
commencing at 2.1S. and lasting one hour.
The object is to glvo the people an op
portunity to drop in the church to r'st
during tho noon hour and hear good
A WOMAN'S BODY.
What Its Nogloot Leads to. Mrs. Ohna.
A woman's body Is tho repository of tho
most delicate mechanism in tho whole
rcnlm of creation, nnd yet most women
will lot It get out of order and keep out of
order, justna If It wero of no consequence
Their uncus ncho nnd heads throb and
humj they havo wandering- pains, now here, nnd
now there. They cxporlenco extreme lassitude,
thnt don't-enro and want-to-be-lcf t-nlono feeling,
excitability, Irritability, nervousness, hlecpless
ncs's and tho blues, yet they will go about, their
work until they can scarcely stand on their poor
swollen feet, and do nothing to help themselves.
music Tho public Is cordially Invited to
come. The following is tho programme:
1. Even-do lluck
2. Scherzo (from 2nd Sylm.) Wcnor
3. Flnulo (from 2nd. Sym.) Wedor
1. March (from Ell) Costa
"Christmas Joy' Is the title of a new
song service Intended for Sunday school
cxorolscfl at Chi talmas. Tho service Is
written by Susan E. Dickinson nnd the
music Is composed by Mr. Charles E.
Chandler, tho well-known organist and
director. It Is expected that tho work
which is now in press will bo out in
time for the holiday trade. The advance
sheets indicate that the service will be
popular for Sunday school use, nnd 'ho
publication will no doubt havo u large
A WORD OF ADVICE
Republicans who aro faithful In ro
callcd off years arc tho ones whose
fealty to party counts. Let all such
bestir' themselves now.
stoiiv or a pir.cK or tap:.
Which (Save Occasion for n Pretty lilt
It was at one of Mrs. John Sher
wood's rendlncs not so very lonff bro,
says the New York Sun. Tho readlnpr
was over nnd Mrs. Sherwood, attended
by several admirers, was slowly mak
Intr her wav out of tho room, when
those who happened to bo walking be
hind her cauKht slsht of something
that riveted their attention. The some
thing was a Iouk piece of pink tape
that had evidently become attached to
Mrs. Sherwood's skirt and trailed af
ter her for some distance alonir tho
carpet. On went Mrs. Sherwood, on
went tho piece of pink tape, and great
was the Interest of the onlookers. At
last .one of these could stand It no
longer, and, picking up tho tape, ho
hastened to Mrs. Sherwood's side and
said: "I don't know just what this Is.
Mrs Sherwood, but It's plainly your
proper' mi let me restore It to you."
In hir .int impressive manner Mrs.
Sherwood turned. She looked first nt
thu piece of pink tape, then nt tho man
who proffered It. Next she drew from
her pocket a huge roll of manuscript,
around which she proceeded to wind
the pendant tape. "Thank you," she
said, sweetly. "You see, it's tho tall
of my discourse."
Plenty ol North I'olo Giimc.
From tho Washington Star. """" '
"Did you get anything'.'" nsked Farmer
Corntassel's wlfo as ho returned from his
"Nnthln" worth speakin' of."
"You surely didn't conic home empty
handed?" "No. Rut It's next thing to it. I
haven't anything but a couple more car
r.erpigenns with messages from tho North
Pole tied to 'em."
sell you goods at
good things every
Monday only, we
Wommlit to Fell A 1,1. of the School Mine that will bo otd In Scranton till
fall. Hut wo won't. Homo peoplo nro such poor Jiitlne or olTAl.tTY that they
would pay 91.00 for n Khou that ih nearly nil Hlmdilv. riithor timn nnv rtl.'Jft for u
rciilly Kood ("hoc. Tliexo people's trnrtw wo
; plo who like to iniiko uro or wlmt tlicv nro Imyinir. Tlmio who nro good Judge nnd
5 ilnn't wnnt Job lot nf trashy stun'. Wo nro better prepared than anyone elio to 5
S scrvd mieli peoplennd we will roll them ncliool tdioc "or tiny other kind" that will S
giiutc i-ui'uiiu tiuuu llii uiui-i nuuen uivy
S Corner Lackawanna ami
S N". It. Sco our Totter I53otH for I.ndloV Wear nnd tlia Jnmo A. Danliter Co.' S
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BITTENBENDER & CO.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Neverslip and Hold
fast Calks and Shoes,
Gibbs' Rubber Cushr
ion Horse Shoes.Wag
on and Blacksmith
Iron and Steel.
126 and 128 Franklin Ave., Scranton
uuwiraA uu co.
Bill Timber cut to order on short notice. Hardwood Mine Knlla
sawed to uniform lengths constantly on hand. Peeled llt-mloeU
Prop Timber promptly Furnished.
MILLS At Cross Fork. Potter Co.. on the Buffalo and Susque.
lanna Railroad. At Minn, Potter County. Pa., on Coudersport. and
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Telephone No. 4014.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURINGCO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA.. Manufactured of
LOCOMOTIVES, STAT18HRY ENGINES, BOILERS.
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
OENIiRAI. OFPICU. SCKANTON, PA.
Schedule In tiffect November 15, S)5.
Trains Leave Wilkes-Barro as Follows
7.30 a. m., week days, for Sunbury,
HarrlsburR, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington, and for Pitts,
burp; and tho West.
10.15 a. m week days, Tor Hazleton,
Pottsville, Reading, Norristown,
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, Harrisbur, Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts,
burg and the West.
3.16 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.
6.00 p. m., week days, for Hazleton
J. R. WOOD. Oeni Pasf. Asjnt-
J. B. HUTCHINSON. Oeneral Manajer.
Central KailrouJ of Now Jersey
(Lehigh and Susquehanna Division.)
Stations In New York l'Vot of Lluerty
Trains have Scranton tiir I Ittst on,
-Vi' iSunn'ii'rR & a. m 3.03, T,00 p.
m. Sundays. 2.15 1;. m.
5-25 New YorlkVari; and Elizabeth
12.15 (express with
hem Kaston and Philadelphia. S.20 a. m.,
K 3.03; B.U0 (except Philadelphia) p. m.
rorLons Urnnch. Ocean Grove, etc.. at
8-Poar Reading,"' Lebanon and Harrlsburs,
via Allenu'wn, 8.20 a. m.. 12.13, 3.00 p. m.
Bodrafi?Wvr.ic?8.Ma. m.. 12.13 P m
Upturning leave New Y'ork. foot of Lib
erty streetf North Hlver. at 0.10 (express)
n m 1 10. 1.30. 4.15 (express with Hufiet
Tiarlor car) p. m. Sunday, t.30 a. m.
1 Leave New York, foot Whitehall street,
south Ferry, at S.53 a. m.. l.no, 1.23, 3.53
n m Passengers arriving or departing
from this terminal can connect under
cover with a" tho elevated railroads,
lirnidwiv cable cars, and ferries to
Ilroolclyn and Staten Island, making quick
transfer to and from Orand Central De
not and Long Island Kallroad.
1 Leave Philadelphia. Heading Terminal.
9.00 a. m., 2.0) and 1.30 p. m. Sunday, C.23
"'Through tickets to all points at lowest
rato may be had tn application In ad
vance to tho ticket SS'jATDWIN:
6en. Pass. Agt.
J. II. OLIIAUSKN, Gen. Supt.
Del., Lacku. nnd Western.
Effect Mcnday, June 21, 1S97.
Trains Icavo Scranton as follows: Ex
press for New Y'ork and all points East.
1.10, 2.50, 5.15, S.OO and 10.20 a. m. ; 12.5j and
Exiiress for Euston, Trenton. Phlladel
nh la and tho South. 5.15, 8.00 and 10.20 a.
m.. 12.55 and 3.33 p. m.
Washington and way stations. 3.1j p. m.
Tobyhanna accommodation, fi.10 p. m.
Express for ninghamton, Oswego, Kl
mlra Corning.. Hath, Dansvllle. Mount
Morris and lluffalo. 12.10. 2.33, 9.00 a. m..
nnd 1.65 p. m., making closo connections at
nuffalo to all points In tho West. North
west and Southwest.
ninghamton and way station. 1.03 p. m.
Nicholson accommodation, 1.0) and 6.10
'''Hlnghamton and Elmtra express, 5.53
PExpress for Utlca and Richfield Springs,
2.3f, a. m. and 1.65 p. m.
Ithaca, 2.35, 9.00 n. m., nnd 1.63 p. m.
Tor Northumberland, IMttstor, Wilkes
Rarro, Plymouth, Illoomsburg and Dan
ville, making cloo connection nt Nor'h
umberland for Wllllnmspnrt, Harrisburg,
Baltimore, Washington and tho South.
Northumberland and intermediate sta
tions, 0.00. 10.20 n. m and 1.63 and n.00 p.m.
Nanticoko and Intermediate stations,
S.0S and 11.20 a. m. Plymouth and Inter
mediate stntlcns, 3 40 and S. 17 p. m. For
Kingston, 12.40 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on
all express trains.
For detailed Information, pocket tlmo
tables, etc., apply to M. L. Smith, Dis
trict Passenger Agent, depot ticket olllce.
Eric nnd Wyoming Valley,
IN Effect Sept. 19. 1S97.
Trains leave Scranton for New York
1 and Intermediate points on Erie railroad,
Say Pl" P. m." TfuVlSK-l. li p
n arrives at1 Philadelphia, lleadlng Term
irn I 5 22 ! rn. and New York COO p. ni.
lr.ai, --!' . phw. Allpntown. Bethle
. - ? n. ovnt'i'sm n. in
won't (set. Wo will got the. trivleof poo-
i iv inner iiinii" iii.it win
run UUJ ,
Wyoming Avenue?. IS
J. M. KP.MMIiRKR.
l.ciullnn in tikes of Bicycles
mid Sundries, Mckel-l'lntliif;
and ItcpnltiiiK Difficult Hermit-
and iUsiclilnlst.lob Work
u Specialty. Power Holt and
Rod Th rend itiK and Taping,
Power Shearing and Punch
W. IJ. lilTTKNUGNOUK,
V. A. KBMMIIKUU.
M'g'rHof lilcyclu Don't.
'twu.ijue icui pr ua
ot iruuu uuiiu
ldlug, Scranton, Pa.
also for Hauiey nnd local points at 7.03
a. m. and 2.Z p. m.
Ariivo at Scranton from .ibovo points
nt 10.2J a. 111.. 3.13 and 9.33 p. m.
Delaware and Hudson.
On Monday, July 3, trains will leavo
Scranton as follows:
For Carbondale 0.20, 7.53. S.55, 10.13 a.
m.; 12.00 noon; 1 21, 2.20, 3.32, 5.23, fi.25, 7.57,
9.13, 10. 43 p. rn.; 12.10 a m.
For Albany, Saratoga, Montreal, R01
toli, New England points, etc., (J.20 a. ni.,
2.20 p. m.
For Honesdale (i.20, S.53, 10.13 a. m.;
12.00 noon: 2.20, 5.23 p. in.
For Wllkes-Hiirre fi.43. 7.50, 8.13, 9.3S.
10.13 a. m.; 12.03, 1.23. 2.2S, 3.33, 4.41, tf.OO, 7.30,
9.60, 11.30 p. in.
For New York, Philadelphia, etc., via
Lehigh Valley R. It., 6.4 J, 7.50 a. m.j 12.03.
1.23. 4.41 p. m. (with Rlack Diamond Ex
press) 11.30 p. m.
For Pennsylvania R. R. points C.43, 9.38,
a. in.; 2.28, 4.41 p. in.
For western points via Lehigh Valley
R. It., 7.50 a. m.; 12.05, 3.33 (with Black
Diamond Express), 9.30, 11.30 p. ni.
Trains will arrlvo at Scranton as fol
lows: From Carbondnlo and the north 0 10
7.13, S.tO. 3I, 10.40 a. m.: 12.00 noon; 1.20,
2.21. 2.23, 4.S7. 5.43. 7.43, 9.13. 1V.23 p. 111.
From Wllkes-Rarrp and tho south 0.13
7.60, S.50, 10.10, 11.33 a. in.: I.lfi. 2.11. 3.18.
5.20, 0.21. 7.53, 9.03. 9.43 p. m.; 12.03 a. m.
J. W. Rt'RDICK. O. P. A. Albany. N Y
H. W. CHOSF, D. P. A., Scranton, Pa.
Lehigh Valley Railroad System.
Anthraclto Coal Fscd Exclusively, Insur
ing Cleanliness and Comfort.
IN EFFECT Jl'NE 11. 1S97.
TRAINS LEAVE SCRANTON.
For Philadelphia and New York via D.
& II. It. R. at ii.43. 7.50 a. m., and 12.03, 1.23.
2.2S. 1.11 (Illack Diamond Express) and
11.30 p. m.
For Plttston and Wllkos-Rarre via D.
L. Si W. It. R.. CO). 8.05, 11.20 a, m., 1.53
3.40, COO and 8.17 p. m.
For Whlto Haven. Hazleton, Pottsville,
and principal points In tho coal recloni
via D. &. II. It. R.. C13, 7.50 a. m 12.03 and
For Rethlehem. Easton, Reading, Har
risburg and principal Intermediate sta
tions via D. & II. R. It-. C43, 7.50 a. m.,
12 05. 1.23. 2.28. 4.41 (Rlack Diamond Ex
press). 4.41 and 11.30 p. m.
For Tiinkhannock, Towanda, Elmlra,
Ithaca. Geneva and principal Intermedial)
stations via D.. L. & W. It. R.. COO. 8.0S a.
m.. 12.40 and 3.10 p.m.
For Geneva, Rochester, RulTalo.Nmgara
Falls, Chicago and all point west via D.
& II R. It.. 12.03. 3.33 (Black Diamond
Express). 9.50 and 11.30 p. in.
Pullman parlor and slenplng or Lehigh
Valley chair cars on all trains hetwesn
Wllkcs-Barro nnd New York. Phlladel
nhla. Buffalo nnd Suspension Bridge.
ROLL1N II. W1LBFR. Gen. Supt.
CHAS. S. LEE, Gon. Pass. Agt., Phlla..
A W. NONNE.MACHER, As.t. Gen.
Pass. Agt.. South Bethlehem. Pa.
Scranton Ofllce, 3'0 Lackawanna avenue.
New York, Ontario nnd Western.
Time Table In Effect Oct. 3, 1S97.
Trains leave Scranton for Carbondalo
at 10.63 a. ni. and C10 p. m.
For Cadofla. connecting with main lino
trains north nnd south, at 10.33 a. m.
Tralii leaves Cadoda for Scranton at
2.06 p. m.
Trains leave Carbondalo fir Scranton
at 7.31 a. m. and 3.31 p. in
J. C. ANPEltSON, G. P. A.
T. FLITCROFT. D. P. A.
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Diamond an J Combination Rings
Starling Silver Wara anil .
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all the latest styles and sizes
at very close figures.
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in Northeastern Pennsylva
130 Wyoming Au