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VIIE SCKANTON TRIBTJJTE SATU RDAT MORNING, JUNE 30, 1894.
(IE past week did
not include any so
cial ftfTiiirs of nn
extended ch irac
ter. There were a
aud ft number
lnnchtons, card partita
of qniet weddings, but
wstk wai devoid of the
June, in Scrantou, at least, kept up
her reputation as a month of weddings
and a culmination of spring "wben the
young man's fancy ligbtly turns to
thoughts of love.'' A few of the week's
weddings follow: Anthony F. Lough
ney and Miss Mnry A, Biglio. of Car
bon slrett: William Densv, of Phila
delphia, and Miss Maine O Ilura at St.
Mary's church, Daumore. Rev. M.
B. Donlan ofticiattd Daniel Mc
Carthy and Miss Ellen O'Hara,
both of Philadelphia, were re
spsctlvely groomsman and bridesmaid,
Jumes M. Casey and Elizabeth Dwyer,
of Railroad street, at St. Peter's catlw
dral, Rer. P. J. Golden officiated. Mr.
James Keegau was' best man aud Miss
Ellen Dwyer, of Hawley, cousin of the
bride, bridesmaid. Miss Polly J. An
derson, daughter of M. 7. Anderson,
to Edward C. Smith, of Bellevue, at the
bride's home, by Kev. D. C. Hnghffl
Miss Aunia E. Anderson was brulftf
inaid, and John W. Anderson attended
the groom. Miss Carrie Kern, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kern, of
Scranton street, to George Stul, at
bride's home. Rev. Warren (( Part
ridge officiated. Miss Dora Kelly aud
C. I. Kern were respectively brides
maid and best man. Miss Rosa G.
Brady, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fran
cis Brady, of 5:28 timet street, to M. J.
Madden, of Manistee, Mich., at St.
John's church, by Rev. E. J. Melley.
Miss Lizzie J. Brady, sister of the
bride, was bridesmaid, and Martin
Cannon was groomsman.
A dancing party was given Tuesday
evening bv Miss Hunt and Everett
Hunt, at 039 Jefferson avenue, Among
I tit guests were: Miss Holmes aud the
Misses Stanton, of Houesdale; Miss
Archbald. Miss Augusta Archbald, Miss
Welles, Mis Iilair, Miss Conrseu, Miss
Jermyn, Miss Susan Jeruiyu, Miss
Simpson, Miss Parke, Miss Kingsbury,
Miss Mott, Miss Decker nnd Messrs.
Belo and Lee, of Yale; Decker, Arch
V..Hair, Ryle, Whittemore, Snider
son, Merrill, Post, Mott, Chase. Torrcy,
W. P. Kingsbury, Belin, Phtt, Wright,
At an afternoon te.k given Wednes
day by the Misses Conrsen at 015 Mul
berry street for the Misses Stanton and
Miss Holms'), f Honesdnle, the follow
ing young ladies were present : Miss
Archbald, Miss Augusta Archbald,
Miss Blair, Miss Hunt, Miss Seybolt,
Miss Romaine Seybolt, Miss Lonise
Seybolt, Miss Dickson. Miss Mott, Miss
Welles, Miss Decker, Miss BtMell.Misi
Nellie Mattes, the Misses Kiagsbnrv,
Miss Jermyn, Miss Susan Jermyn, Mies
A handkerchief social was given last
evening at Excelsior hull on Wyoming
avenue by a number of young ladies of
the southern part of the city in honor
of several graduates of Stroudsbnrg
state normul school who are visiting
in the city. Miss Maud Richards was
nt tbe bead of the committee that had
the function in charge. Xotwitnstand
inc the intense beat the social proved
vsry enjoyable. About fifty couples
A nniet wprlflinir Tlmrflr1.iv mnrninr
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mat ul iviiBB i.innia i nr. mi 10
ineoaore iiemuerger. XDe ceremony
was performed by ltev. J. Randolph at
the home of Miss Conrad on Sandersou
avenue, Grsea Ridge. Miss Conrad
has long taken rank as one of tho city's
best vocalists and Mr, Heznberger is a
recent addition to Scrauton musical
circles. IIm is a violinist of uncommon
ability. Mr. aud Mrs. Hemberger will
make their home on Adams avenue.
John H. Blaekwood, who left tho
city editorship of The Trihuns to
accept tbe management of the
new Frothingbam theatre, bai re
signed from the latter position and re
turned to jonrnalism. Mr. Blackwood
occupies a position oi profit and re
sponsibility on the Truth's staff of
bright young man, and rejoices accord
ingly at the deligbtfulness of day work.
An event which interested the '01
graduates at the high school nnd tho
lltiw.nl association was the roceiition
r uuw.M,t " II U'J
J . : 1 1 I m
evening. This years class was re
ceived into the alnmni and dancing
was enjoyed later in the evening,
The "matinee" to tbe Gentlemen's
Driving club, which was to have been
held at the Driving park to-day, hss
been postponed until next week Satur
day. The olub will meet at tbe Wyo
ming this evening.
Tbe Green Ridge wheelmen gave n
delightful band and lawn socinl at their
Wyoming avenue club house last even
ing. The musio was furnished by the
The ttpranton Lawn club will enjoy
a tennisHea this afternoon on the Piatt
place grounds, tbe weather permitting.
A ladies' afternoon card partv will bo
jiven Monday by Miss Blair for Hones
At a young people's party given during
the week by Mr. nnd Mrs. John Lohman
in honor of their daughter Mabel's birth
day there were present. Tho Mises Mabel
and LonUe Lohmanu, Eitelle Tropp
Johanna LangstalT, Lizzie Kemmerer.liiiia
Kooh, Tessie Hanaway, Lizzie Bernstein
Llllie Keisel, Lulu Uolliun, Mary iiiom'
Helen Wormser, Lizzie Kaymayer, Lizz e
Wilier, Hattle Fischer, Helen Uunnter
Bertha and Alma Wehlau, Lottie Zarflleh,
Belle and Florence Flnburg, tho Mi
Francis, Anna and Emma Wolfe. Mabel
Back. May Talbot, .Masters Karl Ctnnster,
Charles Lorenz, Johnnie Bloeser, Harry
Mayer, Phillip Bernstein. Frank Koch,
Frank Tropp. U ibert and John Lohmann,
Freddie Kaymayer, Mr. Loieuz Krauso
furniehou tbo music.
Among those who have baon examined
for admission to Yale from Scranton and
vicinity are R. W. Archbald, jr., W. 11.
Torrey, A. A. Williams, Jr., William J.
Neville and Ralph Levy, of this city; C. B.
Uatbaway, jr.. of Olypbant, aud Frank R.
Stocker, ot Jermyn. Tbe examinations
were conducted by Professor Walter II.
Buell, A M., at the School of tho Lacka
wanna Thursday and yesterdny.
Miss Sella Seymour's pupils gave a de
lightful recital at Hulbert's music store
Thursday eveuing, nssistod by Mrs. Wi
Ilatid, who sing "If I But kuew" and
"Killuruiiy." The others wno participated
were: Miss Janet Law, Alius Bertha M
mans and Miss Lena Uuichert. .Miss Sey
mour played selections Irom Chopin and
Liszt in brilliaut style.
Henry J. Anderson, vice-president of
the Lackawanna Trust and tsafe Depisit
company, is absent on a two weeks' vaca
tion to at Pleasant, where bo will Hsh
for a few days, and then sail down the
Delaware as far as Liu kawaxeii, where he
will go to the Bloomingrove olub bouse.
Among tbo well known fscrant minus in
New York during the week were: J. W.
Onkford, Henry Belin, jr., N. G. Itobtrt
son, N. A. Iliilhert. -lames 1'. Uiek-on, K.
II. (Iibboii-, P.J, Widnmyor. C, J. AlJtn
ger, Uuurgo Ci. llnliy and H. Koch, jr. ,
A party of school teaehers, composed if
Misses Margaret MoAndruw, Alary &
Lynn, Surah O'Connor, Mary I'arreli nnJ
Margaret Mitchell are on a pleasure ti if
which will include visit to Buffalo, Nia)
gara l-'alls and Toronto, Cau.
Rev. Dr. H, H, Harris, Robert Llewellyn,
David W Lewis, BdmOlld Williams. Mrs.
Samuels, Mrs. D.J. Edwards, Mis. T. H.
Jenkins and Professor Morgan J. Lloyd,
of Taylor, comprise a party which left
Tuesday for Wales.
Mis1; Edith Jones, of JetVcisou avenue,
ouo Of the receivers of tho Scnuitrin Trne
tiou company, will enjoy, oegiuuiiig with
today, a vacation of two weeks, which she
will spend at the seaside resorts.
Mr. Belo aud Mr. Lee, of Yale, havo
terminated ihuir visit with ollego friends
here. Tho former will spend tho summer
in the Adlrondaoksi Mr. Lee left for his
home ou the Lie ot Trinidad,
Mrs. S. D. Vatlbtukirk, Of West Lacka
wanna aveo.no, and Mrs. William Bowie, of
(louldsboro, W0 Visiting relatives in New
York and Atlantic City. They will be ab
sent several weeks.
Miss Archbald left Thurslay for Potts
vi lie, to visit her brother, and will also
visit friends at Orange aud (.terniniitowo
berore joining her parents at Martha's
Ifisaoi Anna Carbinonnd Kate Flaherty,
of tireen RldgSt have returned from Maus
Batd, where they attended the commeuce
ment exercises at tho ritate Normal school.
Hou. W. H. Jessup und W. II. Jesup,
jr., attended tho commencement exer
cises of Yale. The ex-Judgo graduated
fr m Yale IS years ago.
Mr. and Mrs. .James Archbald and family
have gone to Cottage City, Martha's Yiue
ysrd, whore they will occupy their cottago
during the summer.
Right Kev. Bishop O'liara visitod Car
boudalo last night aud was present at
the commencement cxercLes of St.
Mr. W. E. Chase, superintendent of tho
proof-reading department of the New
York World, is visiting bis parents on
Mrs. C. H. Sopor attended tho com
mencement of tho Bioomsburg state nor
mal school, whore her sister, Maggie Bay
Kev. E. L Miller, of this city, has been
elected president of the Lutheran league
which was organized at Hnrrisburg on
Mr. John Braiuard, of Green Ridgo, left
for New York city yesterday aud today he
will sail for Paris on the steamer "Bur
goyue." John H. Brooks, of this city, is spending
a portion Of his summer vacation with a
cla'S of Princeton students in the far west.
Mist Bertha Powell, daughtor of County
Treasurer D, W. Powell. of North Summer
avenue, is visiting friends In Philadelphia,
Rt. Kev. Bishop O'Hara visited Pittston
Thursday and attended tho commence
ment exercises of St. John's academy.
Mrs. S. Simon and daughter, Flo, of
Lock Haven, are visiting at the rosidence
of F. L. Wormser on Penn avenue.
Join J. Nallin left last night for Now
York City, where he will spend today and
Sunday, the guest of his brother.
Lieutenant Governor Wittres and family
are soj luming nt Nantucket, where they
will remain for three weeas.
Mi:is Laura L Boice, an instructor nt the
Teachers' Trsiuing sohool, left Wednesday
for her home in Philadelphia.
Thomas Archbald leaves this morning
for Northfield, Mass., where ho will attend
the Moody summer school.
Miss Julit Pettigrow and Miss Jennie
Smith left yesterday for a two wooks'
visit with Buffalo friends.
Mrs. P. J. GlVtny and daughter aro vis
iting at tho h line of Mrs. Saiiford Paisley,
ou franklin avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Moore, of Bridge
port, Conn., aro visiting Mrs. Austin Moore
of Franklin avenue.
Demetrius TnrnagrelT, auativa of Mace
donia, who is educating himself at Prince
ton, is in tbe rity.
Harry Lewis, of Swarthmore. Pa., wns
a guest of Qeorge Parton, of Linden streot,
duriug the woek.
Rev. L S. Floyd aud family, of North
Hyde Park avenue, aro summering at
Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Winton, of this city,
nre spending a season at Slntcrvillu Springs,
Miss Floronco Silltmau, of Darlington
seminary, is at her homo in thu North End.
Mrs. Wollos will leavo on a European
trip with Misi McCartney next week.
J. J. Drury and wifo nre home from a
stay of two weeks at Atlantic City,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Hnllstead spent
Thursday in New York.
J. .1. O'Boyle, of Vino street, is spend
ing today in Now York.
Horace E. Hand is on a two days' visit
to Cortland, Nt Y.
RhTHER TOO AGED.
She spurned his suit.
"Never," she insisted.
Nor yet did hope rtee his breast.
"Can yon not,'' ho asked, huskily
to lovo rot!
She shuok her hoau.
"And still "
He hissed through bis clonched teeth as
made for the door.
" they say never too old to learn."
She started violently, turned pale and
snuk in a miserable heap ou the lloor,
crushed by his crnel words.
Love timidly knocked at my door ouo day,
But I would not let him in,
For my heart wns sore, that o'er and o'er
I had welcomed him and prayed him to
But fickle nnd falso he'd been.
So I closed my eyes to his coaxing voice,
Nor heeded his piteous moan,
l-'or the ouco merry lad looked woary and
But I vowed 'twas pretense, and ho bad
But to go as ho came, alone.
So bo went nwav aud I triod to rejoice,
But over 1 sighed and I sighed,
Aud night and day I was sad alway,
And ever 1 heard the sweet pleading
And bewailed my senseless pride.
And never my sad heart ceased toyeuru,
And I set my door upon wide,
And vowed, should the wandoror roturn,
To welcome him with jay.
But while I wept, lo! there at my Bide
I saw the beautiful bov.
E. Brum Schooley.
pmpendium or Intelligence Relating to
Scrauton's Religious Activities.
THE WORK OF THE SOCIETIES
Benjamin Morgan Will Preach To
morrow Evening at South Main Av
enue C. M. Cburch-Whnt the Pas
tors of the - City Churches Are
Doing Services to be Held in the
City Churches Tomorrow.
1 luring the months of August the Sun
day evening serviros lu the St. David's
church will be choral, with the omission of
liev. U C. Hughes, D. 1)., will conduct
baptismal services in bis church on Jack
sou street next Sunday cveniug, wbeu
undidates win bo baptise!.
Communion service will bo held tomor
row morning at the Primitive Methodist
rnnrcfa of Providence, and also at tho
North Main Avenue Baptist church.
Rev. W. H. Jonos, or tho First Welsh
Baptist church, and Kev. 1). P. Jones, of
tabernacle Congregational chnrch, will
preach iu English ut tomorrow niorniug's
Tomorrow (veiling the Junior Order of
American Mechanics will attend ilivine
service at the Asburv Park Methodist
Episcopal church of (iroun Ridge, when
Kev. A. F, Chaffee will preach to the
Bonjiimin Morgan, son of Kev. William
Morgan, of the West Side, will preach nn
English sermon tomorrow evening nt tho
Calvanittia Methodist church, South Main
avenue. Mr. Morgan, jr., is a student,
preparing for tho ministry,
Last Tuesday K"V. W. L'erodig Davies,
jf Minersville, and Miss Lizzie Jones, of
Laneford, were married by Rev. 1. Jones,
it tho West Side, and Kev. Howell Davis,
f Laneford The ceremony was conducted
jp the Minersville church. The contragt
fig parties are well kiKwn to many tu our
"Bev. 8. A. Mutchmoro. D. D., LL. D..
will preuch at tomorrow's morning and
e'eniuf services in tho First Presbyterian
clmrch. Mr. Mutchmoro is editor of the
Presbyterian aud Is moderator of the tn
el assembly. He is ono of the most emi
nt ui'm in Presbyterian ism and many
wl ava l themselves of this opportunity
to hear him.
KfNO WORDS AN 0 ACTS.
Ars. Biaokington rendered very efficient
ser ice ill the Infant department at St.
Davd's Bpnday school in the ubsoiico of
Boprlntendent Mrs. Mills.
OtJuly 13 thp Penn Avenue Baptist
church will give the annual picnic to tho
BunijSy school aud spend thediiyatLakn
Arie. Superintendent Luther Keller and
the e ecutivo cominittsu are busy making
Las: rveiing the Ladies' Aid society of
the Providence Methodist Episcopal
churci gave a reception to the members
of tbecongregntion at which refreshments
and ic cream were furnished gratuitously
to thoe proseut.
Last Tuesday evening tho Ureen Ridge
Baptis church held a regular business
meeting. atwhich it wns unanimously de
cided o engage tho pastor, Rev, W. J.
Ford, fir niiotber year, and give him nn
increas' iu ! salary. That is substautial
The irotharbood of St. Andrew in St.
David'sohurjph meets evory Tuesday even
ing to sudy .ho life of Christ under the
directio of IVilllnru Coney. Mr. Coney
renders fTlciiBnt service as n lay rendor iu
thu pnrisi. 1 1 is expected that in tho near
future htwill be ordained to the dcacou
ate. Tho Latfefi. Aid society of tho Taber
nacle Coni-eghtionnl church gavo fyooinst
week to fa uliplied on the debt. By the
be waster, aided by friends of
tlilm, another i'M was secured
for the sari
purpose, so tuat tun present
whs reduced 000 miring the
pastors of o
comprising tho Prcsbyterinn
city and vicinity, have been
onel SchooninaKtr, of Elm-
burst, to tpil
a 'lay st his elegant liotol.
has been nccopted. and
I lie invitati
he cleric will spend tbe day
with tho gel
al colonel. A bamiuot will
bo served at
iu the afternoon.
At tho reqn
t of many Christian En
deavor wnrkeft, tie Rov. E. It. Lewis will
attend the intu national convention to be
held in Cleveland on July IH5, During
his visit to aiidfioin the convention, many
of the chorobestpt 'hio will avail them
selves of tho pi.vi i e to hear Mr. Lewis,
whoso elpquenci ns i. pulpit orator is well
known among the Velsli Congregational
churches of the stat .
Rev. lamos Mc Loots D. D., has gone to
East Hampton, wherdhe expects to spend
Rev. F. Weisshopp tvill proncb tomor
row morning nt thi First German Method
ist Episcopal chain.
Mrs. Morris, wife of K?v. J. T. Morris,
of Bellovue, leaves toiluy for a visit to
Wales. Mr. Morris accompanied bur ns
far as Now York.
Tho Baptist conferenci of pastors, moot
ing every Monday merniig, has closed its
sessions for tho summer, aud will open
again tiext September. I
Miss Carrie Tiry'0". of Lancaster, nnd
Paul lirown, of Trenton, M, J aro guests
at tho rectory of St. Davd. Miss Taylor
is a sister of Mrs. Mills.
Rov. D. A Evans, of t'.o Puritan Con
gregational church, feels indisposed and
has not been able to leave his home dur
ing the maj ir part of tho wiek.
llev. W. L. Jones, of theWeat Side, re
turned from Now York ast Thursday
morning, whoio be accomp.niod his wife
and children who took sbl for u trip to
Rev. nnd Mrs. August lingo, of the
Hickory Street Prosbyteriaiuhurch, spent
a few days this week visilng some of
their members out In the coiStry. They
returned last evonlng. )
Tho friends of Rev. OeoreA. Cure, late
of Asbury Methodist Episcjial church,
now of Athene, will rejoicoitdloarii of his
snccess in the present field, lie hns suc
ceeded in raising $1,500 toward tbe dobt of
Rev. H. H. Harris. Th. D., of Taylor,
loft lust Wednesday for a visitlo the land
of his fathers. He took bis b'jycle along
with him. He expects to rid it from
Liverpool to North Wales and thence to
F. Myrddyn Jones, son of lov. R. 8."
Jones, D. D , has como home for bis vaca
tion from Olivet college, Mich, 'iieycuug
that enter and those which ncuimulflte
within tho Imdy will be vigorouslyojiposcd
and expelled if the liver bo active. To keep
tho livor netivo toko Dr. FiercoV. Vleasant
Pellote. Health depends greatly upn regu
larity of hahite.
William IUmicb, of Miwicn, KSmlti Co
ivc.'i., writes 1
"I was roubled
with bolls f- thirty
yesrs. Foi. years
ago 1 was so 'filleted
with t ln-iii that I
could not wlk. I
bought Dr. leroe's
Pleasant I'ellce, and
took one 1'elK ' af
ter each monk The
boils soon dksSMsr-
-' i'd ami havBhad
liono since. Ir'avo
also been travled
with sick ht-nd'hi'.
When 1 lecfttho
on, 1 take onl or
two ' Pellets,' bid
Wi. Kamku, Eso, um relieved of l."
OK Tilt MONEY U BETIK.VL ,
student brings with him a prize won ic a
declamation contest on commencement
day. His many friends are now congratu
Rov. D. J. Hughes, D. D., or the Jack
sou Street Baptist cburcb, preached the
sermon at the dedication of a new
Baptist church at Duryea, Isst Thursday,
lu tho afternoon, the doctor with others,
organized tbe church thut will worship iu
tho new edifice.
Rov. T. J. Collins knows how to turn
his vacation to good accouut. Duriug his
recent trip iu West Virginia he conducted
revival services, preached seven times, bap
tized five converts aud cheered the hearts
of scores of ni.s friends and relatives. Mr.
Collins was awny twelve days and spent
bis brief vacation in truly apoatoiia fash
ion. WAYS AND MEANS.
Tho young people of tho Scrautou streot
Baptist cburcb hold u social last evening
at the homo of Deacon Hutchison.
Tho Ladies' Aid society of the Asbury
Methodist Episcopal church, Green Ridge,
will erect a tent at North Park, ou the
Fourth and sell refreshmeuts.
Tbe Endeavor society of tho Kirst Con
gregational church ou the West Side has
been reorganized, with Rev. D. Jones as
president aud Miss Maggie Harris, secre
tary. The Epworth league soole'y of tho sec
ond Qertnan Methodist Episcopal church,
hold a very enjoyable picnic at Nay Aug
Falls last Thursday.
The trustees of tho Puritan Congrega
tional church of Providence aro dovisiug
means of improving the main entrance
into their odilice by creeling a wall aud
laying Stone steps.
BeV. Daniel Savage, of tho Protestant
Methodist chnrch oi Providence, has or
ganized a junior pastor's committee. The
object of tau organisation is to aid iu de
vising means to defray cm rout expenses.
The executivo lias resolved to run an ex
cursion to ParvleW lu August. William
Littlejohn, O. Blowther, T. E bavage and
S. Hartshorn are uctive In the work.
The Endeavor sucoty of tho Providence
Presbyterian church will hold a Cleve
land convention soolat next Monday ovou
iug in the Bondav school rooms. The ob
ject of the tocial is twofold: lirst, to
arouse interest in tho international con
vention to be held iu Cleveland on July
11-16, and secondly, to secure funds to
pay thu expenses ot delegates to and from
The Scrnntou L'niou Epworth league will
run an excursion to Hunesdule ou July IS,
Tho union comprises till societies iu the
city and vicinity.
The Sunday school of the Hampton strctt
M. E. church will hold a picnic at Moun
tain Luke on tho Fourth. All tho congre
gation is invited to attoud.
Tho Sunday school of the First Oermau
M. E. Church, attended by tbe Petersbarg
Mission school, will hold their annual pa
nic ut Nuy Aug Falls on the Fourth.
Tho First Welsu Congregational church
will run an excursion to Lake Ariel July
Vi. S. K, Jones, Richard Williams and VY,
John T homiis aro busy making arrange
ments. . The Junior Endeavor society of the
Welsh Cougregatioual church will hold an
ice cream social iu the Sunday school
room on the eve of the Eourtb -uoxt Tues
Next Monday evening the first quarterly
meeting will no held in tho Providence
Methodist Episcopal church, when Pre
siding Elder J. Q, Eckinnu will be pres
ent to conduct tho service.
Henry Benson's Bunday school cluss In
the Penn Avenue Baptist church will give
an entertainment next Monday evening iu
tho vestry, Tho proceeds are to aid in
purchasing a new carpet for the Sunday
A meeting of the official board of tbe
Humptou Street M. E, church will bo held
next Tuesday evening. Last Sunday even
ing one of tho stewards Stated that the
financial condition of the church was never
iu better condition. This was attributed
to the successful operation of a system in
troduced by the pastor, Kev. A.W. Cooper.
TOMORROW'S CHUKCH SERVICES.
All BorjLs' Chough Pine street, near
Adams avenue, Kev. lieorgo W. Powell,
pastor, will preach tomorrow at 1080 a.m.
on, "Only Oue Religion, But Many Creeds.''
Bunday school at IS, aud conference at
7.11U p." m.
Calvabv RxfOHtau) Church-Cornet of
Mourooaud Qibeon street. Kov. Koss F.
Wicks, pastor. Services, 10.UU a. m. and
7.30 p. m. Tho pastor will preach in the
evening ou "The Urcat Invitatiou." All
Church or the Good Bhiphxrd Mou
sey avenue. Sixth Sunday after Trinity.
Holy commuuiou, 8 a. m.; morning prayer,
litany aud .sermon, 10.30; Sunday
school, 12 m.; Young l'oople's society, 0.M
p. in.; evening prayor and sermon, 7.30 p.
m. AH seats tree. All welcome.
DfMIOHK Phehiivtkman Cmliioh -Will
have Bpecinl reference to our national Boll
day, moruiug ut 10.30. Subject, "The
Memorial of the Children of Israel." Eveu
ing at 7.-15. Sabbath school at noon.
Christian Endeavor soaoty at 7 o'clock.
Ei.m Park MXTHODIST EPISCOPAL
Church Kov. w H. PSaroe, pastor.
Preaching nt 10.30 a. in. anil 7.48 p.m.
Morning subj"Ct, "Our Nation's Defence
aud Dangers." Eveuing subject, "Scrip
Fiust Bai'tist Church Pastor Collins
will preach Sabbath at 10.30 n. in. and 7.30
p. in. Morning theme, "W ailing, Watch
ing and Writing." The evening sermon
will ho another in tho series of "Pilgrims
Progress." Sents free. All welcome.
First Prbbbttbrian Church, Wash
ington avenue The moderator of tho gen
eral assembly, Ruv. SnmuelA. Mutchmoro,
D. D. L.L.D., will preach morning nnd
evoniug. Sunday school immediately after
the morning service.
Sraoi kk i-i in Med Episcopal Church
Sorvices, IO.3011. m., subject, "The Pre
ciousness of Christ,'" I Rater BsTi 7. so p.
m., subject, "The Antichrist, ".I John 3;ls;
BabDatn school at 18 m. Prayer meeting
Wednesday nt 7.4.1 p. m Union Bible
class for lespon study Thursday, 7.45 p. m.
Orach Eholibh Luthirah Church
Rev. Foster W. (lift, pastor. Services at
the Young Men's Christian association at
10 80 n. in. nnd 7.30 p. ni. All nro welcome.
liltKEN HlUliK EVANUEUt'AL OHVROH
Cnpouse nvouue, Rev. Q, L, Mnice, pas
tor, Sunday school D.30 a. m. K. L. C. E.
8.46 p. m. Preaching at lo.30 a. m. and
7.30 p. m. Strangers welcome.
Mrkkn RinuK Baitist Church. Rov.
W. J. Ford, pastor. Services nt 10.30 a. m.
and 7.30 p. m. The Lord's Supper will be
celebrated at the close of tho morning's
service. E. K. Thomas, of Crozer Theo
logical seminary, will prouch in tho even
ing. How Mm Place African Methodist
EnlcorAL burch Bey, c. a. MeQee,
pastor. Preaching 10.30 11. 111. aud 8 p. m.
giyi'soN Methodiht Epucopal Church
Eesching morning at 10.30 by William
TWsons. Evening, 7.80, praise sorvice by
Epworth league. Seats free. All are wel
come. Saint LUKE'S CHURCH Rev. Rogors
Israel rector. Sixth Sunday after Trinity.
Holy Commuuiou, 8 a. iu.j service aud ser
mon, 10.30 a.m.; Sunday school aud Bible
class, '130 p. m.i evoning prayer and ser
mon, 7 p. m. Nursery open ut 10 u
in. nt 325 Washington nvonue, where chil
dren will be kindly cared for while par
ents attend service.
Saint Luke's Dunmoiie Mission Ksv.
A. L. Urban lu charge. Sunday school 8 p.
in.; evening prayer uud sermon, 4 p. m.
Trinity English Luthhram Church,
Adams avenue, corner Mulberry street
Rev. E L Jiiller, pastor. Services at 10.30
a. m. uud 7.30 p, m. l'ows aro free, and
visiting worshippers ure always welcome.
The Second PrksrvtcRIAH Church
Rov. Charles E. Robinson, D. D. pastor.
Services 10.80 a. m. and 7.80 p.m. S,ih
batb school at hood. Christian Endeavor
prayer meeting at (i.30 p. m.
The Pi nn Avkni e BAPTIST CHURCH
Kev, warren GK Partridge, pastor. Ser
vices at 10.30 a. 111. and at 7 30 p. 111. Sub
jct in tho morning, "Th" Freedom of
tbe Will." Communion nt close of service.
Subjpct iu the evening, "The Love of
iod." All are welcome.
I have been suflorincr ten
years with Erysipelas. Ilava
tiUeu doctors'' medicines and
PHtent medicines of most all
kinds, but none seemed to dc
me any ktk1. I finally mads
ui) my mind to try liurdock
Blond Bittors. Have used four
bottles of B. B. B.. and think
myself entirely cured.
.Mils. N."J. McCatlt,
burviee, Beaver Co., Pr.
Bank of Scranton.
This bank ofror to depositor! every
facility warranted by their lmlauces, bunl
nt'HH and 1 . 1! 11 ( .
Special atlsntlon alvan to loiklnens ao
counta Interest puld on tiiuu dt'iionll
WILXIAM rONNKLT, President,
lii-o. B, CATLIN, Vlce-Prraldent
WILLIAM B. I'liCIi, lu.llle
William Connell, Qeorse B, Catlln,
Alfred llnnd. Juuics Arrbbald, Henry
llulln, jr.. William T. - uuli Lutlier
E. Robinson's Sons'
Manufacturers of the Celebrated
100,000 Bbls. Per Annum,
Booms 1 and 2 Commonwealth Bid g,
MINING and BLASTING
Hade at tho MOOSIO and KUliU
Lsfflin & R11111I Powiler Co.'s
ORANGE GUN POWDEB
Electric Batteries, Fubo for explol
iug blasts, Safety Fuse nnd
RepaunoChemical Co.'s High Explosives
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & CONNELL CO.
MINING, BLASTING AND SPORTING
Manufactured at tho Wapwallopon Mills, Lu
Seme rounty Pn and at W II
HENRY BELIN, Jr,
General Agent for the W using District,
u8 Wyoming Ave.. Scranton Pa,
Third National Bauk Building.
THOS. FORD. Pittston, Pa.
Kill S It SMITH SO; l'lymotlth. Ta
E. W. MULLIGAN, Wllkes-Barre. Pa
Agents for tbe Repauuo Cnuuiloal Com
I uny 'e Uigh Explosivue.
101 POWDER CO
I'HVSIIIANS AMU KUIIOCOKS.
i")B. O. EUOAK UEAN has removed to 818
f. Spruce streot, Kcrunton, Pa. Oust op
poslte court-houso Squara)
1")K A- J- BUNNELL, Ofllce 801 Washington
JL-' avenue, corner Spruce street, over
t rancko s drutf store. Posidenco, Ti Vlue u
IS? 1""n: ID to 12 a. m. iind I to i and
IJUto ,.M p. ra. Bunday, 2 to 3 p. m.
)H. W. li. AI.LKN. (3flice cor. Liicia
wanna and Wnshiiiffton avea : over Leon
ard shue store; olhco houra 10 to 12 a m. and
8 to I p. in.; evenimis at resldonce. 612 N.
V iishiiiKtoii sve.
DH.UL,. rliHY, Practice limited to His
esses of tho Eya, Ear. Nose and Throat;
othco, m Wyoming ave. Kesideuce, 62S Vine
I i" ! M. GATES. 126 Washington Avonua.
Ottice hours, 8 to II a.m., 1.30 to 3 aud t
to8 p.m. UcfidencoaiD Madison avonu
IOHNL. WK.NIZ. M. I)., Ollices 52 uud 61 !
( OSUnonwsutB bulldlmt; rcsidonce 711
Slailisonavo; oftlco hours, 1J to 12, 2 to 4, 7 to
t); Hunilnj-H 2 80 to 4. evenings at residonoa. A .
inauq ui uilUdBHS OI VUO oye, LS,T, IlOStf
and throat and gynooology.
JM. C. liANCK '8 Ijiw and Collection of.
. lice, No. 817 Spruce st., opposite Foreet
Houbo. Bcranton, Pa.; collections a epecialty
throughout Ponnsylvauiu; reliable correspond
ente In every county.
I BBSUPS "ANurAttorneya and Counaol
t lors at Law. t'ouimouwealth building,
Washington ave. W. H. Jissai'p,
Hoiiace E. II A D.
. W. H. Jk -p, Jit
Yinr.jI.ARD, WARREN & K.NAPP, Attor.
VT iieys ami CouiiBelors at I.av, lti"jublicun
MiildiUK, Washington ave.. Scranton, Pa,
UATTERSUN & VVlLL'OX. Attorneys and'
1 WOIMeUorS at Law; ofliuea H uud 8 Library
building. Ucruuton, Pa.
Kosvm.Tj IT. PATTltlSOS,
William A. Wilcox.
A Ll'RLUilAXI,, WILLIAM. I. HAND, At-"
jx torneys and rnnnsoflnn, Coiumouweoith
building. Rooms in, 20 am 21.
f F. BOYLE, Attoruey at-Law.Nos.l'J aud
' v 20, Burr building, Washington avenue
HENRY M. 8EELY Law omces lu PrTci
building. 12U Washington arenas.
IKANK T OKi-.LL, Attorney at Luw. ltooui
i . Ctmi Exclmngn. Scranton. Pa.
MILTON W. LO WHY, I Att," 227 Washing
& H. YON BTOBCa I tpa .iv.. ( H. square
IA.MES W. (jAKI oKD, Attorney at Law,
0 rooms (13. w and 14 Common wealth b'l'g,
DAMUBL W. ELKiAlt, Attorney at Law.
1 ' Ollli'e. .37 KtiriifM.. Hcn.nton. Pa.
T A. WATRES, Attorney at Law, I2
l J. Lackawanna aue.. Scrsnton. Pa
D P. SMITH, Counsellor at Law. Office,
1 . rooms 54. 5A J0 ( oinmnuweulili bnildiiijj.
ti. PITCHER. Attorney at Law, Cum-
I'W'-a-th hnllalng. Hcruut-.n. Pa.
1 I lOII-.oY.S, ;,2i spruce at
B. REPLOOLE, Attorney -Loans 11021)
. Hated nn real el-tale security.40-. Sproce.
F. K1LLAM, Attorney at-Law. 2U Wy-
ouiing avenue. Scranton.
OdIOOLOK THE LACKAWANNA. Scran
O ton, Pa., prepares boys ami girls for college
or buwuees: thoroughly trains young children.
Catalogue at i eyuot.
Rrv. TnoMAsM Caxv.
Waltrii 11. BlTKLL.
Miss WORCESTBB'8 K1NDER8ARTEN
and ri'liool, 412 Adams avenue, pupili
rrccivod at all timoa. Next term will open
U'M. A. TAFT. D.D.S. 104 North Wash
ington Ave. Specialty in Ponelaiu
P.cstorations. Crown and bridge Work.
? C LAUBACU, burgeon Dentist, No. llj
V . Wyoming ave.
I; M. sTKATTON. offlee Conl Kxelmnce
T'HK REPUBLIC Savings and Loan Asso
1 elation will loan you money ou easier terms
and pay you hotter on Investment than any
other association. Call on S. N. CALLEN
liKH. liiine Bank building
' R. CLARK & COT, "sceJ gmen. Florist!
V.T, and Nurserymen; store 140 Washington
avenue; green hi 'HBO. 1J5J North Mntu avenue;
store telephone 782.
OKAND I Ml IN TEA Co.. .tones Hi , is.
WIRE BCRBI ns.
Bl5 Lackawanna aveuu.v
mannfr nf win- Scree ns
HOTELS AND RESTAURANT
rpHE W ESTIUNBTjBR, U7-2U Wyofnins
J nvo. Rooms heated with steam; all mod
em improvements. C M. THOMASt, Prop.
rpHE ELK CAFE, 125 and 127 Franklin ave
1 nue. Rates reasonable.
P. Zijoler, Proprietor.
It ' fcsXMLNisTKR HOTEL
' ' W. (. 8CHENCK, Manager,
bixteonth street, one block eaat of Broadway,
at I'liion Square, New York.
Amcrirnn plan, tS&Oper day and upward
ClOYNB HOL'SE, European plan; good
' rooma Open day aud night Bar ' sup
plied with the best
P- H, COYNE. Proprietor.
OCRANTON HOI Si; near D U & W! pas
13 seiiger depot. Conducted on the Eurnpoan
ji!nu. Vittoii KoCH, Proprietor.
I RANI) CENTRAL. The Torsos, ami bes;
V eiiulnpexi hotel in Allentowu, Pa. ; rate)
2 and S2.50 pur day.
VKToit P. BAnvrn, Proprietor.
AVIS A HOOPT, Architects. Rooms 21.
o .-inn ,o . oiuniuaweaim u iu g. rrrnniou.
L WALTER, Architect, Library tiuiid
ing. Wymnlng avenue, Scrantou.
? L. BROWN. Arch B. Architect Price
1 building. 120 Washington Avo., Scranton.
1IAUE1CS ORCHESTRA - Ml'SlO FOR
J) balls picnics, partlss, receptions, wed
dings and Oonosli work furnlshsd. For terms
Sddrsss li. .1. Bauer, conductor. Ii7 Wyomiuif
svo., over Hulbert's musie store.
Olt'l'ON V. SWARTS WHOLESALE
lumber, Price building, Scrnntou, Pa.
hC.ARUEE BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
supplies, envelopes, patier bans, twine.
Wurehuuse, 130 Washington uve., Bcranton,
j'OOTE'S LIVERY, 16:13 Cnpouse avenue.
I First class carriages . I,. lOOTE, Agt.
Funeral Director and Emhalmer.
I ''HANK P. BROWN A CO , WHOLE
I sale dealers in Wondware, Cordago and
Oil Cloth, 720 W. Laekawauna avenue.
piZBA FINN Ai SONS, builders and 0OOtrs
M j tors. Yards: Corner Olive st. and Ailami
ave.; corner Ash st. and Pctm ave.. Scranton.
The GENUINE New Ilavon
New York Warerooms No, 80
E. C. BICKER & CO.,
Sola dealers in this section.
OFFICE-lltl Adams Ave., Telephone BT'd'g
Eureka Laundry Go.
Cor. Linden St. and Adams Ave.
Counr House Sqcahe,
All binrla of Laundry woik gnarAntol
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO.
t-CltANT'ON AND W1LKES-BAKKE. I'A.. IIANUFACTL'I'.LBS OJ
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
"H'GH AMD SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anthracite coal used exclusively, insulin
tieaulinesa and comfort.
tim TA11LE in Slirici aiav -'I. 180i
Trains loavo Scranton for Pittiton, Willi -Barre,
etc.. nt H.151, 9.1J, U.80 a. m., 12.60 . i,
HB I f!' ,l-u5 m' Sundays. .uu a ui.,
I.tXI, 2.1a, ,.10 p. m,
for Atlantic Lit v. S.Sfl a. m.
For New York, Newark and Llizabctli. I M
(express) a in., IL'.SO (express with Bullet
parlor car), iW tcxprebs) p. a. Bandar, it UI
FOB MAurn CRinrX, Ali.kxtown. Br.Tin.s
riEM, KAhTiiN and PaitAOIUHUL H.VJ ,i m.
www ww (except ruiiauelpnlu) p. in.
Sunday, 2 .15 D. n
For bOSO BlUaTOB, Ocean Oiiovi:, etc., at
8.0 a. m., 12.;) p. iu.
For Rending, Lebanon and Ilarrlsburg, via
Allontovru, 8.20 a, ul, 12.60, O.'X), p.m. Biindav
2.1.1 p. in. ,
For Pottsvillc, 8.:0a. m., 12 5(1 p. m.
Returning, loavo Now York, foot of Liberty
street, North river, at IUU (expreia) . rn,,
1.10, 1..I0, . (express with RuUoi parlor ear)
p, m. Sunday. L80 a. m.
Leave Philadelphia, Rending Terminal D.'JJ
1. m.. 2.00 and tJN p. m. hiiudny, (i.27 a
Through tickets to all points at lowest ra?
may bu had on application m advance to lue
.VBUlHIOli,., ,uo siuiii.u.
a P BALDWIN,
UlU. Pass Agent,
J. II. OLIIAfSEN,
A Ji t SON RAILROAD.
I K I . A V A U L' A V 11 III , .
vomnMncmg uay sv, isvs,
trains will run as follows:
Trains leave Bridge Street
station. Bcranton, for Pitt -
mm mif 1
m m m n-s
ptf r ana u.oo v m.
ft For Now York and Phlla-
doiphia, 8 00 a. lu., 1210, IA
238. 4,lland lljSU p in
For Hnncsd.'iiodrom I leiaware. Lackawanna
and western depot), 7.0), s.3u, lo.lu a.m., 12.0U
m.. 2.17. 6. 10 p. in.
For Citrbondale and Intormedlato si-iri.,rt,
5.40, 7.00. b.:.U 10.10 a. in., UI.QUm.,2.17, 3.23,5 lit
V.X0snd985n m : frmn Bridge Street Depot,
2.1)3 a. in., i.ITmkI 11 ;:5 p, UL
Fast express to Albany, Saratoga ths Adi
rondack Mountain-, Boston and New Eliglan 1
points, 5.40 a. DL, sniying at Albany 12,45.
Saratoga 2.20 p. m..anti Iss'sipofBorsttton st 2.17
p. ut, arriving st Albany at i.H p. nt, bars-
toga. 12.65 a, 111 , and Boston. T.00 a. m
Tne only djrsot route bet wee 11 the oosl Bold l
and Boston. "The Leading Tourists' Route
of America" to the Adirondack Mountain re
sorts. Lakes Qaorge and CbStnplain, UoutrenL
Time tables sliowincj local mill thrbngll train
sorvi;c between stations on ;.ll divisions Dela
ware and Huilson system, i.ii.y ne o! - . . . .
all Delaware and lindsoii tii Itel
E 0. YOUNU, J. W BURDICK,
Second Vice Presldont. Gen. Agt,
HAY 13. I
Train leaves Scrautnn for Phlln lelphia n ,. 1
New York via. D. ic II R U. at 8 a.m.. 12.11,
UHsndll. p. m viaD.L. A-W. li. R, ti'jj,
fc.iH.ll.au u. m.. uud 1.30 p. ui.
Leave Scranton for I'itutoil n:iJ WilkSS
Bai ro via IX. L. s W. I!. R 0.U0, bVi, 1, ;j
u. iu , 1.80, 35). 0.(17. H.sll p. m.
Leave Scranton for While Haven. Halltroa,
PottsviUS and uli points oh tne B .. r
Msudow and xottsviIle branches, vlaE. i v.'.
V.. ti I'le.m.. via D. & H. If. P.. nt s a tn.. ij,lil,
2.88. s.16 p.m., via D.. L. A W. K. R.. e.1 11,
11.20 a.m., 1.30, -50pm,
Leave Sirautou for Eethlehom, Easto':,
Reading, Harrisbarg and nil lutermedlati
points via D. t H. if. I!.. 8 a m .12.1.' I1.U
ii.in.,via )., L. i; W. ii. P...').00,s.Us, 11.30 a. ut,
Leavo Scranton for Tunkli t-ei ictt, T iw.r: 1 ,
Elmini. Ithaca. Qonova and nil intermeli it.
points via D. A: If. rt.R.,9.07 a.m., 12.10 and 11.31
p. in.. via D. L. is W. R K.. - ti a.m..l.ii p :.
Leave Scranton tot Rnclicstor, BuiT.il . SI
agara Falls, Detroit. Ciia'aio and alii ilntt
west via D. E It. R. s.07 s.ra IS 10,1 l6.ll.Jl
p.m., via D. L. ir W. P.. It, and Pitt ton
Junction, s,og a,m. MD. S.iip. nt, via E ..- v.
B it., 8.41 p. m.
Poi Blmtra and ths west rlaSalamtnoi. vi
I). A H. R R. 0.07 a.m.. U.10.S.15 p. ni via U.,
L. A W. B.K. ,8.06 a.m.. VII) and 0.07 p. m.
Pnllrnan parlor ond sleeping or L. '.' .. .i
cars on all trains between L a B. .In:, ittoi
Wllkes-Barro aud New York. Phiiud Ip la,
Buffalo and Snapeiilon Brldce.
ROLLIN II WILBUR, Gan. Sun: Bsst Dl
CRAB. S. LKE. tssnjiam Ag t. Pnlla .Pi.
A.W NONNEMACHBWrlWt Dsn lu Ag't,
south Bsthlsnsm. Pa.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND
Trains leu vo Scrunton as follows: Express
for New York and all points East. 1..0. 2..H
6.15, 8.00 and V.oa a, m. ; 12 65 and 3 50 p, in.
Express for Easton, Trenton. Pnttadatphts
aud the South, 616, 8.0J and D.5i a in.; 12 6)
and 8.60 p, in.
Washington nrd way stations, 3.65 p. tn.
Tobvhanna ncconinioontion, 0.10 p.m.
Expr ss for Biughamtou, Oswego. ElmtrSa
Corning. Bath. Dsnsvillo, Mount Morris and
Buffalo, l-.lti, 2 15 a. in. and 1.21 p. m., making
eloso connections st Bulfalo to all points iu ,ui
West. Northwest and Southwest
Bath accommodation. 9 a m.
Binghainton and way stations, IJ 17 p. nt
Nieuul-ou accommoduliou, al 4 (i. m. and
C 10 p. in.
Binghnmton .-.aii Elmini Express. : e5 p. "i.
Express for Cortland, Byracose, Oswego.
L'ticuaud RicbQeid Springs, -.15 a. n. aud IJs
'' Ithaca, 215 anJ Bath '.'n m. nnd XSSI p. m
For Northumberland. Pittston, Wllkes-Bsrrs.
Plymouth, Bloomsbarg and Danville, making
close connections at Norfmnmberlaad tor
Willinmsport. Hnrrisburg. Baltimore, WaSlV
ington and the South,
Northumberland and intermediate station!.
ti.OU. i."i a. in. and 1-30 and IVfll p. m.
Nauticoao ana interiuedinte stations. B LSj
and 11.01 a. m Plymouth and lutermedutj
Btations, 3.50 and 8.5.' p. m. .
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches ou all
i ct press trains. , . . , .. ,
tor dctailod formation, pooksttlm .a. it,
! etc., upply to M. L. Smith, city ticket .
31i LaukawaUnaaVLiiue, or uupoi, uvsuv u.u.
NEW YORK. ONTARIO AN D WESTERN
timk TAUI.g in srrBI T RUNBAV, Jl'NK 21.
Trains leave Bcranton for Carbondalfl at
8,80, 10.66 a.m. and n l"p.iu.
For Hancock Junotion, 10.55 a. in. and 0.10
Trains leave Hsnoock .IntiC ion lor i on
ton. 0 a. m :md 2 05 p in.
Trains leave Carbon dais for Serant u at
7 21 u m. und 3.31, 5 ill p m.
Erie AND WYOMING valley BAIL
Trains leave Scranton for Ne w York ami in
termediate points on the Erie railroad at (I 35
a. iu. ami 3.24 p m. Also lor Hoiiesdale,
Hawley and local points at 085, 0.45 cm. an I
8.24 p in.
All the above are through trams t,i aud
An additional tram leaves Scruul oi For
Lake Ariel at 5.1" p,m and arrives al Scrau
tofl from the Lake at8 15 am and ;.ii p,m.
Trains leave lor Wilkes liarie at 0,10 a. m.
and 3.41 p. in.
Atlantic Refining Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers in
IUaminating and Lnbricatiag
Linseed Oil, Kaptum nml Onso
lines of all grades. Axle Grease,
Pinion Grease and Collisrj Com
pound; nlso, n largo line ot Par
rattlno Was Candles.
We also handle the Famous CR0WM
ACME OIL, the only fumily witty
tmrlliDg oil in the market.
WILLIAM MASON, Managar.
Office: Coal E).chango, Wyuming Av
Works at ITuu Brook.
General Office, SOU ANT ON, PA.