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tinm tor Five f'fiil a Wiurl-Utci'ltt feltuatlcn
NJaided, Milrli Are Inrrtn1 Free.
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ilr,r,i-nl. I.rtlriM nl iii1iiilnlli.illnn.
V. A. hating hern mafilnl l It"' nndrridgnril,
prison, hating ilalim .iifiilnM the mM 'I'11'' VV '
prr.senl thrill lor pigment I .ill l"1'J";","1 !'
ilrl.lril thriplii will ple.ne 1n.1l " Immediate I'J'
tiH-rtl to WILLIAM MimiUMjN.
Administrator f. T. A., Carlioiidalr, I
( IIAIII.KS II. IIDIITON. Atlomcy tor l.tiilt.
orphans' toriiT J..M.I; -C-i.iio of i.i" Mnl.
flfii, Lite of Cailmitd.ih' illj, Lickauainn
1 otiiitc, ih'i ca.seil.
H.v lrtne 11I nn older ol Hie orphans loult ol
l..uka.iiin.i loiinti, I lir iiiideuignril, .ultnlnl"
tutor c. t. n. t Iho estate ol .hitnf Madden.
lair- ol ('.iihond.iln illy. In Mild umntj, demised,
will fell .11 pnhllc s.ilo nml imtilj In the highest
nnil hrjl lnil.il i- upon tin' pii-nilse-i hoioln.ifliT
inVrrlliiil In Iho mill illv of C.irbond.ilo, on Ml'
urdm, .I11110 1:1, li'il. .it l o'lloik .1. in., the
follnulng ijo-i rilifil real olale, In ult;
All tli.it certain Inl of I.lllil fllllllrd III Iho illy
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Hrlng p.irl nf lot miuilu ml :i22 on ni.ip "I onl
lot, of tin' IVI.iw.iii' .111c! llml-on t'.in.il romp my,
on a Ir.iit of l.iml In tho vi.iiiiiiiIpc 11 imp of M.uv
Hoicr: whl put ol' lot tvintaiiiitiir 22.500 siii.ite
feel of I.iimI or llin".il'ont.i, mid helns I1011111IM
nnd ilc-eiihctl ,i Minns, In wit:
Beginning in tho r.ilrrly lino ol an Inr-iil.ir
Lino. ,il Iho noiihwo-lrily loinor ol onllol 1111111
hrrerl Hi'l on i.iiil li.nl, lornnily lci-od lo IMt
mk I'.iilv nml sinio Kiitiomlproil hy him; thnicp
liv f-jhl 'lino of l.'ini' noilh sn'i iloarpos, ra-t
lit, 7-tn frrt lo a coiiici: Ihrnio hy othrr I.1111I4
of Mid Dclrw.nc anil IIiiiImhi C.inil inmp.iny
Mmtli f" iloarrrs r.Tl M foil, nii'l mnlh H)i
ilojiffji. u.-t 11.1 T-ln fcot lo a miner; mul thrmv
by mil-lot niiiiilirinl ;:i! afoto.-.ihl, noilh N) !
Rirra. wr-l Ifi'i fori In the pi. 11 c nf liPRinnitii:.
f'njl anil mlnci.il .nnl milliner 1 iclit'. rrspm-il.
ImpKucil with two one ami nne-lulf Mory.fi.itne
Torina ol Silo (Ino-h.ilf down on il.iy oT pale,
bal.mio on I'onliiin.itlon nf Iho sale ami iloliiciy
of the ilonl. Wll.l.l.Wt .Mtllllll.-OV,
A'lnilnl-tialoi-, c. I. a.
( llm,i:S II. IIOIJTOX,
Alloniry for I'M. lie.
CAR GOES OVER
Trolley Car Jumps the Bails This
Side of Richraondale and Badly
Shakes Up Passengers One Wom
an from Forest City Injured Traf
fic Delayed for Several Hours.
TIipit was 111010 I linn tin ordlnnry
wrork nn tlm Tracllnn conipnny's line
north nf iho city yesterday aftornonn
when 11 I'Vucst City car left the rails
and pliuiKcd ilmvn an ctnliaiikincnt.
There wore three pussi-iiFTers nn the
car, 7li 11 CiiiiiiliiKhiini, nf the Forest
house, Forest City; a drummer trom
AVilkes-Harre, and h wonutii whose
I101110 as also Forest City.
The only one injured was the wo
man passenger. She was not daiiRer
ously hurt. She was badly sliaken up,
more than the rest of tho passengers,
and she was considerably unnerved by
What caused the car to leave the
VAils was prnbably a losseniiifr of a
The plmiRU of the car down the bank
took place about a half mile on this
side of the Ulchinonilale switch, and
wlille a hill was beiupr descended. The
car, when it left the rails, went down
the bank for about six feet, the wheels
sinking into the wound so deeply that
it required nearly all of the afternoon
to replace tho runaway. Tralllc. was
interfcrred with for several hours.
At Keene's Pond.
Master Ralph "Misted, of Alaplo ave
me, is ppondilifr 11 few days
Visiting in Lewisburg.
Mrs. K. 11. Stone nnd children, of
Blikctt street, are on an extended
visit at l.ewishui'K.
Fished at Robinson's.
John tlubert and .lohn I?pck worn
tlMilnK nt Itobinson's pond Tuesday,
and returned with a fine mess,
Contost for a Medal.
A. AV. Uaslani, the luiftlintr iSitt
triet superintendent of tho Interna
tional Correspondence schools, In or
der to stimulate tho students which
his men have enrolled, has offered as
a prize 11 gold nieilal, which will be
Requires a foundation. That is just ns
true of the building up of the body as of
the building of a house, The founds,
tion of n strong body is a strong Mom.
ach. No man can be stronger than his
stomach. A weak ttomach means a
Dr, Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery
cjires diseases of the stomach nnd other
organs of digestion and nutrition, It
enables the perfect digestion and nssimi.
lation of the food which is eaten, Thus
it -.builds up the body and restores
sfreiigth in the only way known to
Nature of to science by digested and
J "While living iu Char;ottc, N. C, your mtdl.
clue cured me of asthma and nasal catarrh of
ten yearn" ktaiidlni;." uritck I. F,. J.umsdeu,
Ksi.,of 111 Whitehall Stiett, Atlanta, On. "At
Dial time life was a burden to me, and after
spending hundred! of dollar under numerous
doctor wa dying by inches. I weighed only
I3t pouuds. In twenty days, after I commenced
your treatment I wai well of both troubtej, nnd
In si 1 mouth I weighed 170 iwuuds. and was in
perfect health. I hve never felt the slightest
tyluptom nf either ince. Am sixty.fivc venr
old and in perfect health, nnd weigh 160 pound.
.NQioucy COU, reiy you for what you did for
me. I would not return to the condition I wa
Til, In pctober, 187J, for Rockefeller's wealth."
jbf, fterce's Pleasant Pellets assist the
ction of the Discovery," when a laxa
tivt; is required.
uwiirded to each scholar who enrolls
another between now and .Inly I. The
nu'tlat Is nf irrott.v design. ami one shlo
eonliilus tin' emblem of the schools,
and on the other the monogram, "J. 0.
REORUrTS ARE SCARCE.
Corporal Mortonson Moating with
Poor Success at tho Recruiting
That army life has- few, If any at
tractions to the young men of this
community when thcie Is an iihuud
atuo of work in nml about the mines
and workshops hereabouts, Is attested
by the fact that as yet no recruits
hae been secured ill the recruiting
stntlon opened In this city several
Corpora! Mortenseu, who Is In
charge, has cerlalnly found li hard
to engage himself, for In all Iho time
he has been hero ho has had no work
whatever to do, save to remain on
duty at the ofllce. This is rather Irk
some, when one is accustomed to ac
tive duly, and the corporal fools that
there will bo no activity here for him
unless there lo a. surprising change.
Only three applications have been
received, and none of there were able
to measure up to the requirements It
is not likely that the olllce will re
main open after this month.
ANOTHER JUNE DAY'S
WORSHIPPERS OF HYMEN
Three Couples United Yesterday at
St. Roso Church The Killeon
O'Rourke, Ducket-Callahan, Walk-er-Farrell
and Croegan-King Nup
tials Some of tho Joyous Events.
That the month of June is (ho month
or weddings was further exempllllcd
yesterday, when three marriage cere
monies wore solemnized at St. Jtosu
At fi o'clock In the morning one of
the prettiest weddings witnessed in iho
beautiful church took place, when .Miss
Annie Kllloen, daughter of Mr. and
Airs. Thomas Killeen, of I'.rnoklyn
street, was wedded to John S. O'ltourke,
of Wyoming si root.
Miss Jennie Dolan, of Hcrauton, was
bridesmaid, and Charles O'Connor, ot
this city, was groomsman.
Hev. AT.- F. O'lIourUe. nrAthons,
brother of the groom, was the cele
brant of the high nuptial mass which
blessed tho union. In the sanctuary
were IJev. I'. J. lioland. of Tnwanda, a
cousin of tho bride, and Fathers Itrod
erick.of Susquehanna; Crane, of Avoca,
and Ciorman, of St. Kose church.
The bride wore Uiiehoss silk, and
Miss Dolan pearl gray etainlne.
Prof. Stockman played .the wedding
Alter a. wedding tour, which will cm
brace a visit to the Pun-American ex
position, Air. and Mrs. O'ltourke will
reside 011 Wyoming street.
At 5 o'clock in the evening, Miss
Nora Ducket, nf North Church street,
and Thomas Callahan, of Simpson,
were wedded by Very I low T. F. Cof
fey, in the presence nf a throng of
Miss Helen A. Callahan was maid,
and .Michael Holmes was the groom's
The bride's gown was a castor shade,
and tho maid wore pearl gray. Doth
gowns were prettily trimmed.
A reception followed at the homo of
Mr. and Mrs. Callahan will reside 011
Mrs. Callahan lias a wide circle ot
friends in tills city. lcv husband has
lived at Simpson and is one of tho
bridge-building force of the Delaware
and Hudson company.
Tho nuptials of Miss Nellie Walker,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Wal
ker, of Alaylleld avenue, and David J.
Farrell were also celebrated at St.
Itose church yesterday afternoon.
Miss Lucy McDiinough, of Cottage
street, and James McDonald, of tho
West Side, were the attendants.
The bride was clinrinlngly gowned hi
white organdie. The maid was simi
Prof. Stockman was organist.
There was a. reception at the limiin
of the bride's parents, at Maylleld
yard, and at ill o'clock last night Urn
couple left on their wedding lour. They
will visit at the Pan-Amoricaii exposi
tion and on their return will lake up
their residence at the home of the
Mrs, Farroll is a young l.idy of many
accomplishments, and her frank, at
fablo manner has won many sincere
Mr Fiirroll has many friends who
sincerely regard him.
OUT-WITTED THE DRIVER.
A Bit of Pleasantry at tho O'Rourko.
There was a bit of pleasantry at the
O'nouike-Killeen wedding yesterday,
the joco-io Iriik of friends of Iho
couple. Hint was the cause of consul
A few weeks ago Mr. O'ttoiirko en
joyed Iho same joke at the expense of
one of Ills friends who was married
lleing humorously labeled placards on
Iho bridal canlage. Mr. O'Hnurkes
friend yesterday sought to mildly re
venge himself. Mr. O'ltourke, how
ever, anticipated this and the driver
was bribed to keep off Intruders hy
means or a few Havauas. This, how
ever, was nol allowed to stand In tho
wny of the satisfaction that O'ltourke's
friend sought, and while "Cabby's"
attention was focussed on a silver dol
lar that was offered lo offset tho bribe
of cigars, other willing hands tied
signs galnm 011 the carriage ami they
managed, also, to slip 11 few Into the
When the bridal party came out of
tho church their eyes were met with
Iho following, "Ilccause She I.oyed
Him So," "For O'Hourke's 'express'
Purpose," this being Inspired hy Mr.
O'ilourke, being an expressman, and
equally tunny legends,
Home from Boston,
John 11. Kv.'ins, who has a decided
genius for music, returned last night
from Boston lo spend the summer
Mr. Kvuiifr. who Is the soft of V. n.
F.vans, deputy Internal revenue collec
tor, Is taking a two years' course In
iquslc at the New Knglmtd Conserva
tory of Alusle.
THE SCR ANTON
PUT TO SLEEP
McriBuro Directing tho Acceptance
of Androw Carnoglo's Offer Will
Novor Leavo Committoo's Hands.
It Is Thoro to Slumber Indefinitely
nnd the Library Will Novor, It Is
Safe to Say, Bo Established.
The Fletcher ordinance directing
tho ai:cp. lance of the conditional of
fer of jL'fi.tioii by Andrew Carnegie, for
th establishment of a public library
rnr the city of Carbondale, has been
left to sleep In the cniiiinltle's hands
and It Is llkly to have 11 Hip Van
Winkle slumber for unions nresotit In-
dleutloiis go for naught, there will
be no attempt made to awaken It to
Nearly nil of the vitality lias been
taken from the measure and unless it
be endowed Willi new life t will soon
p:iss away and Its existence will only
bo a memory.
Thin measure has met with many
vicissitudes since It was born, and
Its pnsslng will not be marked by a
universal display of grief or regret.
Tills Is nol through any lack of ap
picclallon for Mr. Carnegie's offer, but
because tho taxpayers of the city, par
ticularly those who pay the greater
part of the taxes, believe that the
city in the event of the municipal
ownership of water, which now seeni3
afsiired, will have assumed enough
10 caie for. without the Increased
bunion that the cost of a library site
would moan. This Is the stumbling'
block in the path of the library pro
ject, the matter of a site. When
this part of tho undertaking: was mot,
a serious problem confronted coun
cils. The building: contemplated iu
the ofl'o'- from Mr. Carnegie was be
yond what tho availalilopubllegrouuds
could accommodate. Tills was the
opinion shared in by many when the
site question was first considered, and
it was .subsequently confirmed by the
architect who was consulted for his
A canvass among the citizens who
would bo affected most by the cost
of 11 site and the mnlutalnence of the
library showed that there was no lack
of appiecintlou of the offer to provide
Curbonilaln with a splendid public.
llbi.iry homo, but the Judgment was
agcilust the expediency of expenditure
and In accordance with this, it was
decided to leave tho ordinance re
main In the committee, whence It was.
ABOUT EARLY CLOSING
Spirit of Dissatisfaction Among a
Number of tho Town's Merchants
Over the Results of tho Movement.
Discussion by Merchants' Associa
tion Shows That There Is Con
siderable Division of Opinion.
What the Clerks Say.
Tlie early store closing movement,
which it was supposed had boon settled
for all time, Is again disturbing the
merchants, and there is a growing
tendency among a number of store
keepers to prolong the hours of busi
ness to R or S.uO o'clock evenings.
This subject was the chief topic of
discussion at this week's meeting of
the Merchants' association, and there
were various comments on the success
of the movement.
There were merchants present who
expressed the belief that the early
closing of tho stores was affecting
their sales, that residents of nearby
places wlio were Iu the habit of coming
to town evenings, the only opportun
ity given them to do shopping, were
now remaining at home and were
making their purchases at stores along
the waynide, where the closing hour
was regulated only according to the
convenience of patrons. There were
others v, ho believed that the Clerks'
association was not so diligent as it
might lie iu holding: certain local mer
chants, two or three in number, to the
agreement. These alleged violators, It
Is claimed, kept open, with Impunity,
to whatever hour suited their patrons'
convenience, without the least regard
to the other merchants who closed
promptly at li.IiO.
Hofore the meeting' adjourned there
was a suggestion made that the prob
lem of reaching 11 satisfactory closing
hour bo tried to lie solved by keeping
open until S or S."u, and to allow the
clerks an hour or two of recreation
during tho day. The suggestion, how
ever, was not generally favored, and It
was not taken up.
The clerks say I hat there Is only one
merchant In the city who has refused
to comply with the request to close at
fi."ii. Ho is proprietor of a store on
Park street, and on earn visit to the
place ihor lias been a stern refusal to
the request of the clerks' association.
The clerks concede that It in within
their power lo have iho Central I.abnr
union lake action against the violators
nf the agreement, but as persuasion
has boon found In lie effective onnugn
so far, It is not tho wish lo displace
It by harsh measures.
Mr. and Mrs. William Kenwnrthy
have removed their household effects
fioill .Maple avenue to Hoiiesdule,
whore they will make lher futmo
THE PASSING THRONO.
Patrick Ityan, nf Kcruiitnn, spenl
Tuesday r veiling Iu this city.
Miss Helen Dougherty, of Wllkes
Hane. is the guest of Miss l.ucy Far
rell. J. J. Million, of the Scranlon Sun
day Free Press, was la town Tues
day. Illchard Monohan. of the Anthracite
harder shop, is spending a week iu
New York city.
.Mr. uivl Mrs. lteiijamln Wutklivs
and Miss Maggie Watklns spent Tue-
USE ALLEN'S FOOTEASE
A powder In be (.h.ikeu lino I In: hoc. our
feet feel Kwollfii. nrrioib ami hot, ami tet tired
raly. If ou hue (iimiIiiij.- led 01 light times
11 Allin'ii ronti;ae. II iin the. Iiel jmi
iiuk wjlkiiiii cay. Cmcj kuollni. kwejtiiii;
del. ingrowing nail., HUlcii and ulloiu .pit.
ItcliPK loin and mnion of all p.ilu ami clvcj
uvt and minimi. Tiy it tmliy, Sold by ull
dnuuhU and hoe toie for 2.h, 'liial p.nk.
uVe I'lU'.l.. Addict, Allen . Dliiit'd, l.c Itoy,
TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 1UUI.
day with Mrs.
Mrs. Jclin Salter, of Wllkcs-Harre,
Is vlflltlng friends In town.
Mrs. Kdward A. Hrotison and ilnufth
ter, Helen, have returned front a
nlriiHant visit at Sidney, N. Y.
Misses Margaret Median and Allda.
Olltnartln, of Brooklyn street, lefb
yesterday for two weeks' visit In Now
Send nn extra copy of The Trib
une's Souvenir to your friends.
A pretty, quiet wedding took place
last evening at S o'clock at the resi
dence of Idcwcllyn Davis, nn First
slreet, Hlakoly, when his daughter,
Miss Uttft Davis, was married to Illch
iird lOvuus, of Ulakcly, Tho ceremony
was performed by Itev. George Hague,
pastor of the Susquehanna Street Bap
tist church, assisted by Rev. Mr. Jen
kins, of WllkcH-narrc. Only a few
friends and relatives of the young
couple were present. Tho bride was
most becomingly attired In white or
gandie, with lace and ribbon trim
mings. She was attended by Miss Liz
zie Kvans. Lewis F.vans was grooms
man. After the. ceremony nnd con
gratulations were offered to the newly
wedded pair, a delicious supper was
served. Mr. and Mrs. Kvans left on
the midnight train on a wedding Jour
ney to the Eastern states. On their re
turn they will reside In Blakely. Both
have many friends, who extend to
them their slncorest wishes of endur
ing happiness hi their united lives.
At X"0 o'clock, yesterday afternoon.
In St. Patrick's church. Miss Bridget
Murphy and Charles Beattys, both of
Dunmore slreet, were joined in mar
ling? by Rev. P. J. Murphy, the pas
tor. The bride and her maid, Miss
Alice O'Hara, wore stylish gowns of
castor lansdowne and white applique
garniture. They carried bouquets ot
carnations and maiden-hair ferns.
James Murphy, a. brother of the bride,
was groomsman. After tho ceremony
the bridal party were driven to the
bride's home, on Dunmore street, where
a reception was hold. They received a
large number of beautiful and useful
wedding gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Beattys
will go to housekeeping on Dunmore
Miss Anna Nolds and Onmor Davis,
of Prlceburg, were married at the Pres
byterian manse.on Susquehanna street,
yesterday afternoon at : o'clock, by
Hev. B. F. Hammond, pastor of the
Presbyterian church. The bride looked
very attractive In a costume of white
organdie, trimmed with lace. They
will reside in Carbondale, where Mr.
Davis Is employed In the Krle shops.
(ieorge Moran. of Dunmore street,
was wcddPd to Miss Mary Tighe In St.
Mary's church, Dunmore. yesterday
afternoon. A number of relatives ana
friends from here attendee r.ie nup
tials. Miss Alice Hemmelroith and William
11. Williams were married at the home
of tlie bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
William Hemmelreith, on First street,
Blakely, at 7 o'clock last evening, by
Kev. James Hey, pastor of the Primi
tive Methodist church. The bride's at
tendant was Miss Lizzie Miles. Both
looked veiy charming In dresses of
white mull. Thomas Williams, a
brother of the groom, acted as best
man. A wedding supper was partaken
of by the guests, and for seveial hours
tho festivities were enjoyed.
The funeral of tho late Justice of tho
Peace Cannon was held from the fam
ily home, on Dunmore street, yester
day morning. There was a very largo
attendance of relatives and friends. At
10 o'clock the remains wore taken to
St. Patrick's church, where a requiem
high mass was celebrated hy Rev. John
McLaughlin, who also preached the
funeral sermon. Burial was made in
the cemetery on the West Side. The
pall-beurer.". were Thomas Tleddlugtnn,
Joseph Kelly, Thomas Nealon, William
Healy, D. .1. Gavin and Michael Foley.
Miss Mary Hull bus returned from
an extended visit at Philadelphia.
Miss Mamie Unban, of Dunmore
street, was bridesmaid at the Gilgal-loii-Tal'o
wedding, in Scrantou, yester
day. A lawn social and open-air concert
will be held 011 the lawn of Joseph
Hull, on Alain street, Blakely. this
evening, in aid of St. George's lOplseo
JERMYN AND MAYHEM).
Lelnnd D, Tompkins, who, two years
ago enlisted in the Eleventh United
States infantry, has been discharged
and arrived homo Tuesday evening
from Porto Ttlco, where he has been
stationed mosl nf the time.
Patrick Moohiiii, of the Kast Side,
had one of his lingers badly crushed
by some heavy water pipes upon
which lie was at work in the Dela
ware and Hudson colliery on Tuesday.
Prof. Klljah Stephens loft last even
ing to lake charge of a band in Mon
tana. By his going the borough and
vicinity will suffer a musical loss.
Prof. Stephens Is a. very proficient cor
net 1st and a thoroughly capable band
leader. For the past dozen years ho
has been leader of the Citizens' band,
and under his direction they attained
great odlelency. He wan also director
of the local orchestra. In addition to
his musical abilities he was a model
citizen. While regretting his depart
ure his many friends will wish him
much success In his western homo.
The degree team of Jermyn castle,
No, ifi'.', Ancient Order nf the Knights
nf tho Mystic Chain, will confer tho
first and second degrees on two candi
dates at their next meeting.
Prnr. and Mrs. D. H. Krlse, of May
fleld, left yesterday to spend the sum
mer vacation at their former home at
Mrs. Isaac R. Benjamin, of Vand
ling, has been the guest of Mr, and
Mrs. T. K. arilllths. ot North Main
Letters remaining uncalled for at the
IVekvlllo post office are as follows:
Mrs. John Stnrry, Miss Llzzlo Arm
stiong, Mrs. John J. Williams, H, It.
Shook, A. Weslfall, P. J, Rogers, John
Mcflrnw. A. I'nglPlder, leader Peek
vllle Drum corps, earn of James
Booney, William A, James (11), John
Smith, Henry Lofuis. Foreign ffeorgu
Hulaly, Mnjk Holda, A. Degutis, Mlko
Kozu, James Lcsldu, Gos-of Mnkaer
vlcz. The Ladles' Aid and Young People's
snooty of the Presbyterian church will
give a lawn social at the homo of Mrs.
Plummer. in Anthracite park, Friday
evening, June l!l. Ice cream and cako
will be served.
Ralph Nye, of MInooUa, was a visitor
heio on Tuesday,
Fremont Ferris was a visitor at Tay
lor oil Tuesday.
The Wilsons gave their new black
horses a (rial run on Tuesday evening.
The boys are well pleased with their
new team, which fills all expectations.
A heavy thunderstorm, accompanied
by a plentiful electric display, passed
over this place shortly after l o'clock
yesterday afternoon. Rain fell In tor
rents. Street cars were stalled by the
high water which collected at several
low points along the line, and ditches
were filled to overflowing, lllllng eel
Inrs nnd damaging properly.
There will be a. lawn social on Frl
day evening, June Si, 1901, at tho resi
dence of Mrs. riummer, Bell Place. A
very pleasant time Is assured all who
can avail themselves ot this ,nppor
tunlty. Remember It Is next Frld-iy
evening, rnder the auspices of tho
Tho homo of Foreman nnd Mrs. J.
J. Curt was the scene of a most bril
liant event on Monday evening, when
they celebrated the twenty-fifth an
niversary of their marriage. The
front parlor, In which tho occasion
was held, presented a delightful ap
pearance with Its pretty decorations
and beautiful Illumination made the
occasion a merry one for the guests.
Progressive euchre was among the fea
tures of amusement, and fifteen tables
w'oro filled. Lawrence's orchestra, of
Serantnn. furnished elaborate music
for tho occasion. A sumptuous repast
was served during (he evening. Mr.
and Mrs. curt were the recipients of
many elaborate silver presents. Those
who enjoyed the festivities wore: Mr.
nnd Mrs. 13. B. Long, Mr. and Mrs.
J. N. Anderson, of West Plttston; Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. Green, Jr., of Potts
vllle: Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Kerster. J.
M. Harris, esq., Taylor; Mr. and Mrs.
F. S. Friend, Wyoming; Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Schuy
ler Gernon, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gor
non, 12. B. Jermyn, Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Mason, Mr. and Mrs. George Rlgdon,
Dr. and Airs. Glbbs, Mrs. McDowell,
Air. and Mrs. C. B. Macqulvcy, Mr.
and Airs. Andrew Bedford, the Misses
Broadbent, of Scranlon, and C. B.
Johnson, of Wllkcs-Barre.
A delightful reception was given by
Mr. and Mrs. David Rossar, nf Rlrige
street, on Monday evening, In honor of
the latter's fifty-third birthday. An
enjoyable evening was spent, and the
following programme rendered: Solo,
Mrs. Robert Llewellyn; recitation.
Miss Sallle Price; zither selection. Wil
liam Rossar; organ and zither selec
tion. Mrs. S. J. Phillips and A. C. Duck,
which added greatly to the pleasure of
tho evening. Refreshments were serv
ed. Those present were: Mr. nnd Mrs.
David Rossar. Mrs. Robert Llewellyn,
Mrs. John R. Price. Mrs. S. J. Phillips,
Air. and Mrs. Philip Williams, Airs.
David Jones, Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Har
ris, Misses Sallle Price. Jane Williams,
Owen Jones, Alary J. Nicholas and
Messrs. A. C. Duck and William Ros
sar. The union excursion of the .Metho
dist Kplseopal churches of Yalosville,
Taylor. Old Forge, Avoca and Alooslc
will be run to Mountain Park todny.
Tickets, adults, 80 cents; children, 30
It is said that work on tho erection
of the proposed new culvert to be built
on Main street, between Depot street
nnd the Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western freight branch, Is about to be
At 8.S0 a. m. today John I. Noigcr,
tho popular young townsman, nnd Miss
Alamo Schien. an estimable young lady
of Newark, N. J., will be united in
marriage at tho Welsh Alemorial
church at the latter place.
The funeral of the late Airs. Philip
Heiscr, an old and much respected lady
of Rcndham, will occur from her late
residence thus afternoon at -.S0 o'clock.
Interment will be made in the Forest
The Bat Smashers and the Watkins
team, two local aggregations, will bat
tle for supremacy on the school house
grounds on Saturday afternoon at ,1
Messrs. Joseph Falrclough, si'., Kd
wnrd Harvey, Ben Taylor. Fred Wil
son and Peter Parrington spent AI011
day on a fishing expedition at Lake
The benefit drawing and concert of
Airs. William Goodwin will be held at
Weber's rink on Thursday evening.
June 27. All tickets and money must
be In the hands of the committee be
fore Tuesday, June 2.".
Dr. J. W. Houser Is in Philadelphia.
Mrs. Thomas AL Howells. of South
Taylor, has returned homo from Phila
delphia, whern she visited her son nt
tho Girard college.
Lackawanna Valley council, No. fit.
Junior Order United American .Me
chanics, will moot in session this
John F. Gibbons, of Oak street, is
spending a few days In Atlantic City.
Mrs. David Lloyd and daughters,
Mrs. Sidney Lewis and AIIss Blodwln
visited relatives in Green Ridge re
cently. Daniel Knderllne has returned from
his trip to Ruff a In and the Pan-American
Your friends are interested in
Scranton. Send them a copy of The
Mrs. Jane Thompson, better known
ns "Gran," one of the pioneer residents
of this place, celebrated her eighty
fourth birthday on Sunday last. The
following grandchildren with their
families assisted her Iu the celebra
tion: Mr. and .Mrs, L. R. Thompson
and family, Kdward, Bessie, Walter,
Vldannd Gladys, of Peckvillc; Mr. and
Mrs. Alllton Van doBogart and daugh
ter, Alaude, of Blakely; Superintend
ent and Airs. Androw Thompson and
son, George, of Nowton Poor Farm;
Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Rogers and fam
ily, Leon and Mildred, or Harvey's
Uiks; Air, and Mrs. Burton Viinrie
llogart and son, Kenneth, of Scranton,
and Air, Jesse Thompson, of the Hill
side Home. The descent of the guests
upon her home early on Sunday morn
ing was a surprise to "Gran," Din
ner was served by the granddaughters
upon the lawn, the table surrounded
by six grandchildren and ten great
grandchildren. "Gran" was the recip
ient of a number of presents, Includ
ing a substantial purse.
Children's day wus observed by tho
Methodist Kplscopal church congrega
tion on Sunday eveii'ng, The Presby
terian church will hold their services
on next Sunday ovo ing,
Mr. John Walter, nf Faotoryvllle,
was it guest at tho homo of U, W, Hie.
seeker on Sunday,
The funeral scrvlcs of Mrs. D. W.
Richards, an esteemed resilient of this
place, were held from tho Presbyter
ian church on Wednesday, the 12th.
Her husband, one son and one grand
son survive her, Airs. Richards will
be greatly missed by the church, the
poor and her many friends, as well as
by her Immediate family. She will
long bn lemembered by what she has
Airs. Roso Van Busklrk Speece. who
bus been spending n few days at the
homer of her pareiitts.returued to Scran,
ton on Tuesday.
Mrs. J. P. Rosenkrans and daugh
ter. Demi, are guests of the formers
sister, Airs. C. Van Busklrk.
AIIss Corlune Belseekcr left on Tucs.
day, to attend tho wedding of her
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE!
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
In r.fToil .tunc 2. I'.Hll.
Trains l.o.uo Suantim:
For Philadelphia and .New Yolk la 1). k II.
ft. 11., nt . IS and ll.MS 11. 111., and i, IS, 1.27
(fthuk Duiuond HvpiPvO, and II.KO p. in. bun
days, I), k II. It. II. , 1..W, S.'.'T p. m.
l'or Wlilto II.utii, Ihizlolnu and prinrip.il
points in tho Coal legions. i,i II. k II. It, It.,
il.l.l, '.MR and 1.27 p. in. For PutUville, II. is 3.
nt.. '.'.in p. in.
For llolhlchnn. !!.tlon, Itrading, IlariNbiirg
and prliitip.il Inleiiurili.itr Matlnm via I), k II.
D. It., il.t.1. i:!S .1. m.i 2. IS, 1,27 (Black Ilia
niuiiil l!inv.), '!"" I'. "i. Sund.iis, I), k II.
I!. It., 0.:.'S a. in.; 1.5S S.27 p. 111.
Fni Tuukhanuoik, 'JVm.ind.i, Kliuiia, Ithaca,
Cionoia and principal iulr-inicdi.ilo stations, via
I)., I.. ,fc V. II. II., S.OS .1. in.; 1,(1.1 and :i.fO
l'or (irnrva, Rorhiwlrr, HnlTalo. Niagara FalN,
Cliiiagn and all points wo-l, lia P. k II. It, It.,
7.18, 11.5.1 a. m.. 1.2!. :i.:;:; (Hl.nl; Diamond llv
picvs), 7.4S. 10.41, II. HO p. 111. Siinil.ivs, I). & II.
It. II.. 11..VS, S.27 p. 111.
Pullman parlor anil slopping or f.rhich V.illrv
pallor cars on all train Iimwppii W'ilkps'li.uio
and .Vow York, 1'hil.iilplphia, IliilTaln and Sim
ItOI.I.IN II. Wll.ntn, Ont. Snpt., 20 Coitlaml
slippl, Npw Yoik.
HIAItl.KS S. I.I'.F. Cpii. I'.l.s. .Bt., 2(1 Coitlaml
htropl, Now- Yoik.
A. W. NONXIlMAt'lll'.i:, lliv. l'a-.s. Agt., Smith
For tirkpN and Pullman ip-rnationa apply to
"00 Lackawanna .mnup, Scranton, Pa.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
Sl. ilii. ns iu Xi'vv Yoik Font of l.ihirty slicet,
X. It., and South Frny.
TIMi: TAIll.i: IX F.FFK.fT .MAY 10, 11K1I.
Tiain. Ic.oo Scranlon for .Vow Yoik, Vowarl:,
Klhalietli. I'liilaili'lpUa, Fasion, Bethlplicm, At
kntimii, Main It Chunk and While llavpn, at ..1.1
a m.; cpr".-s, J.lOj cxpirsH, 1.00 p. nt. Sun
iLns, 2.1.1 p. in.
Fur l'lltslon and Wllkcs-Raiic, S..11 a. m.; 1.10
and 1.00 p. m. Siimla!-. 2.11 p. nt.
For nalliniorc and Washington and points
South and West via HpIIiIpIipiii, S.S.1 a. in., 1.10
and 1. 00 p. in. Sund.i.s, 2.1.1 p. in.
I'm- bong lliaiich, Ocean (fioio, etc., at S..1.1
a. iu, and 1. 10 p. m.
l'or Reading, l.ph.mon and ll.iiii-hurg, via AN
Imtoun, 8.5.1 a. in. and 1.10 p. m. Sunday?,
2.1.1 p. in.
I'm- Pnitsvillo, S..1.1 a. in,, 1.10 p. in.
For Mountain Park, S..1.1 a. in., 1. 10 and 1. 00
'Ihrnugh Ikkols lo all points past, foiiiIi nnd
wr.st at lowest r.ilr.s at Ihi- .slallrn.
('. M. IIITIT. lion. Pa. gt.
.i. li, nr.ii.rsi:N, con. supt.
Delaware nnd Hudson.
In lllToit .time 0, IdOt.
Train? for ('.irhond.ih' lone Soanlnn at H:20,
S:(i, S:.W. lUtl.'i a. in.. 12:00, l;2D, 2:11, ;;:i.
5;2'i, 0:2.1, 7:a7, '.MS, 11:20 p. m,, 1:10 a. in.
For lloiifnl.ih' and l.il.o I ndoio, n.-jn, hi. u a,
m.; 2.11 and .1.20 p. m.
For Wllkos-H.iiio-H:l.1, 7:l!, Kill, I):::', 10:i
a, in., 12:0.1 I :'-'. 2:lf, :!. 1:27, U:10, 7:1s,
tout, ll:-:o p. m.
For I,. V. It. It, poutta -0:1.1, U:.'!b a. in., 'Jits,
1:27 and I1SS0 V- m.
For IViiihjIv,iiii.i It. II. polnl3-ti;li, OiiiS, 2:1s,
Sim and 1:27 p. in-
Fur Albany and all puinls ninth 0:20 a. ni.
and ;i:J2 p. m.
For l'ailionijp-S:,-,, 11:0.1 a. in., 2:11, :i:.1-
6:53 and lo;J2 p. in.
For Wilkcs-ll.iur-fliliS a. m., 12;o.J, 1 .."i, 3:2s,
0:02 and K:IJ p. in.
l'or Alhanr and pnlnn iioith lt:.1i p. ni.
For lloi.rjdalp and I.ako l.odoio S..1U, 11.3.1
a, ni. and B.'iJ p. in.
friend, AIIss Johanna Jennings, at Me
lioopany, .Miss Aladgn Wrigley will
play the wedding march.
Krause's Cold Cure
for cold In tho head, chest, throat or
any pnrtlnn of tho body, breaks up a
cold In 21 hours without Inteiruptlon
to work, Will prevent cold If taken
when ft rot symptoms ni pear. Price
25c. Sold by all druggists
.Mil.. .Inhii Son-k and on, Frank, nlm have
lirtn vMllns u-l.illu'.s in Sliouik-liuig, mnilicd
Mm. I harlM Millaid iilrd fiirnds in Serantnn
pjlt of lait wrrk.
The (-mires in the .Mcllmdist t hurt li last Sun
day f telling wic In ili.ilgo of A. It. Mi Loan,
a.sUled hy Mr. Stanlnn ullli a roincl, and Mr,
Long, who rendered ln Mical tolua. The MUei
Lizin mil -Mjia llaiinlrii bang a dud.
Mib, Hunk Wlh and diii'jhlcr, ol Palo
lllr, iftiuiifd loiiip )i'lfiilay nflrr ponding
hu'ijI i!j IUi her ,I.Iit, Mis. Iloiaie .loin's
Ml. -i. Frank ItiOnly and children, ol Suautuii,
(.pent Monday iviih Iriemla hi'ie.
Mr. sloat, oi scranlon, w,u u Wiitor U the
home nt Mis. sigliu, Stiudjy.
II. I.. CalKi' Is III.
(aurgc linker, ol Set anion, was in town cs
Ailliiu WiI.-dii. of Siaulon. i.illed on his
lunlhrr, Dr. T. W'. Wilson, Monday ewniug.
.MLss. Lam,, Minihiie. nt Siranton, tprnt Sat
urday and Sunday with her giaudiuntlier, Mis,
t li.iilcs Millaid.
Pr. and Mm, Liuhuli and two ihildrcn, of
Suanlon, aie .pending tn uerka hcie.
Fditard S!nivou, of Philadelphia, i Iho Cilul
of lil grandmother. Ml. Annie Simpson.
Mr. and Ml. Fmll Wilson, ol St pinion, were
entertained at the home rl ilic I'm mot's luothei,
Extra copies of The Tribune's Sou
venir sell for 20 cents.
IT A vil
IIM 'i.m. tram
llj PEN. JOB WHEELER II
I H Says of Peru no: "I join m
I If Scamtors Sullivan, Roach If
la and McEnery In their good n
opinion of Peruna as an eU K
III tectlve catarrh remedy." j
111 fK ACTy
ML at s,ZE,3ii
' The great popularity of Peruna
as a catarrh remedy has tempted
many people to Imitate Perunat
A great many so-called catarrh
remedies and catarrh tonics are
to be found In many drug stores.
These remedies can be procured
by the druggist very much cheaper
than Peruna. Peruna can only
be obtained at a uniform price
and no druggist can get It a cent
Thus it Is' that druggists arc
tempted to substitute the cheap
Imitations of Peruna for Peruna.
It Is done every, day .without s
When a patient calls at a drug
store to procure some Peruna and
the druggist recommends some
thing else that will be Just as good.
It may be that he does not always
recognize the responsibility that
he is taking upon himself. Such
a substitute is always sure to rem
suit in failure.
The claim of Peruna to being
the standard catarrh remedy of
the world is based upon the o
It has the endorsement of
A OREATNUMBER Of
OVER FIFTY UNITED STATES
CONGRESSMEN, AND SENA
TORS. TENS OF THOUSANDS OF THE
MASSES AND CLASSES.
Schedule in Effect June 2, 1901.
Trains leave Scranton:
6.45 a. m., week days, through ves
tibule train from Wilkcs-Barre.
Pullman buffet parlor car and
coaches to Philadelphia, via
Pottsville; stops at principal in
termediate stations. Also con
nects for Sunbury, Harrisburg,
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash
ington and for Pittsburg--and tho
0.38 a. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Hnrrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington nnd Pittsburg
and the West.
2.18 p. m., week days, (Sundays,
1.58 p. m.), for Sunbury, Harris
burg, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington and Pittsburg 'and
3.33 p. m., week days, through ves
tibule train from Wilkes-Barrc.
Pullman buffet parlor car nnd
conches to Philadelphia viaPotts
ville. Stops at principal inter
4.27 p. m., week days, for Hazleton,
Sunbury, Harrisburg, Philadel
phia and Pittsburg.
.!. II. HUTCHINSON, den. Mgr.
.1. II. WOOD, fien. Pass. Agt.
Delaware, Xackawanna and Western
In F.ffei t Dee. 2, 1000.
Siwlh Iiu fn rani on for Sew York at 1.(0,
K.00, .-1.541. S.00 and 10.0.1 a. in.; 12.53, 3,: p. in.
For Philadelphia al K.00 and 10.03 a. m.; l'i.n.'i
and a.y.'l p. in. For Slroud-hurg at 11.10 p. in
Milk .iiioimnod.ilion at ::.I0 p. m. Airiie at
llohoken at H.!Ui, 7.1S. 10.2C. 12. OS. 3.1.1, 4.4S,
7,10 p. in. Aubc at Philadelphia at 1.00, :t.2l.
0.00 and S.2J p. in. All be from New Votk at,
1.10, 0.02 and 10,23 a. ni.; l.nO, I. ,12, 5.41. S.U
and II.JSO p. m. Fioni Stioudshutg at ROI a, ni.
Noilh Loam Srranlon for Iluftalo and inter
mediate kt.ilioiH at 1.1.1, (i.."1 and 0.00 a, m ;
1.51, 5.IS and 11.05 p, III. For Ompgo and S.wa
i use at li.il.'i a, ni. and 1.5.1 p. in. For 1'lica al.
LIU a. iu. and 1..11 p. in. For Mnnlrnv)
at 0.00 ii. in.; 1.01 and 5.IS p. m. For Niehol
niii at 1.00 and 0.1.1 p. ni. For Hlnghainton at
10.20 a. m, Airbo in Siranlon fioni Buffalo at
1.2-1, 2.51, 5.1.1 and 10.00 a. in.; .'1.30 and R.00
p. m. I "t om O-ttegn and Syracu.se at 2.5.1 a. ill.;
12.0S and S.00 p. iu. From Ft Ira al 2..V1 a. in. ;
12.0S ami :i.:sil p. in, Fioni NiehoPon at 7.50 a,
in, and 0.00 p. m. Fioni Montrose, at 10.00 a,
in.; .1.20 and S.Ofl p. in,
Bloom.shiirg PiUsiou I.p.im' Hiianlon for
Xoitlnunhcil.inil, at 0.4.1. 10.0.1 a. iu. ; 1.5.1 and
5.50 p. in. For I'l.unniilh at 1.0.1, ::.40, S.30 p.
iu, For Kingclnn at S.I0 a. ni. Arrive at
.Noilluiuihrilaiid at o.:1 a. in.; 1. 10, 5.rl and S.r,
p. iu. An be al Kingston at S.52 a. m. Arrive
at I'biiiiiiilti at 2.00, !.:, 0.1.1 p. in. Arriio
iu S'cianlnji fioni Northumberland at 0.42 a, ill.;
12..'l.1, 1.50 and S.4.1 p. in. Fiom Kingston at.
ll.m a. ill. From Plymouth at 7.55 a, m.i 3.20
ami 5.05 p. in,
Pniitli l,eae Siiantnii at l.jn, ;:.00, 5 50, lO.ftj
a. iu., .'1.3.1 and .'1. 10 p. in.
North- l.i'.ue Scranlon at 1.15, i.."1 a, in, ;
1.51. .Lis and 11.3.1 p. m,
lllouiii'liurg DitiJlon l.eae Scranton at 10.01
a, in, and 5.50 p. ni.
Erie Railroad, Wyoming Division.
Time Table in F.flrct Sept. 17, 1000.
TijIiis for llawley and loral points, lonneit
ing nt Pauley with Krio lailroad for New York,
Nrnliurg mid iiitriniedhlo points, leave Scian
lun at 7.0.1 a. in. and 2.2.1 p, m.
Trains aribn at Simmon at 10...0 l. m. and
0.10 p, m,
Ximt, Card in tfftct lee. aoth, 1000,
as, tot I
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AdiMlonal tiilnilciio rorbondale for II. in. 1,1 Vim
845 ptu ricrpt Suuai,ati.l 7.b0pui Suudty only, tirnluf
t Mnvtiel.l VrJ70Jrnin.IatapDi.
AdihtUictltralni Irive rrDto t7 GO pin Sucti? ooty,
tcnpnitf at oil 1110011. Pi I'lrlKUuUIr, rmiiitf at 745 ui,
and irahileairt M.itifl.i Yard for rarboadalo al4.45av
Itatos a cent per mile,
I.oneit Kate lu ull I'olnts Won.
4. C. INOCRSON,
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