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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1901.
June , 1001.
Trains lll leave Cail-omiale at city station
follows! . ,, ...1 a no.
For Scranton and Wilkes Hirtei . J.m.
0 01, mm, 1121 a in.; 12 IS. l-. - " ",
BOS, 7.00, 1001. in SI p. in. . ,9
Sundav train, leave at 8.JH, ll. '" au'
1.48, A.fV, 8,00 p. m. . ,,- w
For Albany, rWatnci. MonlrMl. H?nn J
Upland points, etc.. 7.00 a. m i P-
lr!!r" Mr Lodore. Wavmv.t . HfMXliU.
7.22, lima m.: .151. n p. -. ,,-avmatt
Sunday train, leave lor Lake '""' "IV"
and Ilenedale at 0 SO a mi l.sn. .?.",,
Trains arrive at Cnbondl '"'"," nil)
and Krnnten a, follov,si e, M7. . ''
a. m i 12 87. 2 0rt, 3 21, 4 23, 0.0. ..). ...
11 .17 n mil M a. m
Sundav train, arrive at 0 37 a. m,
4 2, 21. 11 0 p m. .. . , , nn(l
Trains arrive dally from Uhiny t 3 W a
f Ah p -n e i, on Mindiv at 2 30 p. m. . ,
Trains arrive from Hone-dale and a"
tlallvt 0 41 a m.i 12 41. 4 In, 0 4. P m
Sunday train, arrive at Carbondale from u
Lodore. Wajmart and Honcedale at 13 ' '
and 7.5.1 p. m.
Now York, Ontario and Western
June "1, 1001.
Tralna leave Carbondale for Scranton at 7.00,
10 ni a m ; 4 00 p m
Sunday tralna at 7 no a m : B.M p. tn . ,
Trains leave Carhondalf for r"tn ""l"" "
11 10 a. m ; 4 41 p in On Sunday at tUn "';,
Tralna leavlnp at 11 10 a m week davj and i
a m. Sundav make ronnectlona for N$vv ioik.
Cnrnill. itr. .. . . i u
Tralna arrive from Scranton at 11 10 a. m . a "
n 4 P m , from points north. lft.oo a. m.. "
p m Sundaj from Srranton at ! 10 " 4n1
. . i. in. , irnm miopia hi '. -" t
June 21. 101.
Train, leave eltv (.fatten, Carbondale, dally
(except Sundav) at" 7 00 a. m. nnd 4 33 p m for
Brandt and N'lneveh. at 0.13 a. m, daily (ex
reptire Sundav). tor Blnnliamton. maklns con;
ructions for New Vork rlty and Buffalo, and at
r, 10 p m for Susquehanna, niaklnK connections
for western point.,.
Sundav train, at 0 45 a. m lor Suquehann i,
with western connection,, and 0.27 p. m, with
Train, arrive at fM a. m. and J.45 p. m.
Sunday at S 53 a. m
ODD FELLOWS' EXCURSION
To Lake Lodore,
FRIDAY, AUG. 23
Tlfforatlon c.f Chivalry Will Be l onlcrrcd.
WRECKS AND INJURES
Quick's Saw Mill at Elkdale Blown
to Pieces and Two Employes Sent
a Flying With the Wreckage
Tracy Phillips, the Fireman, Bad
ly Scalded by Steam and Hot
Water Howell, the Helper, Has
Wonderful Escape from Dangerous
The llttl village of Klkdale. which is
located about two and a half miles
north of Crystal lake, was startled yes
terday inornlnR by a terrific boiler ex
plosion that .scattered the saw mill of
S. P. Quick about the country fields and
Injured two men, Tracy Phillips, flio
man, whoFe home is In Deposit, N. Y.,
and Lou Howell, the helpei,
Both men were sent UyltiR through
the air by the foire of the explosion.
Howell's Might heavenward did not en
tall any disastrous consequences, he
was only shaken up; but Phillips was
badly Injured and had to be taken to
the Emergency hospital, this city. He
was terribly scalded about the back
and his shoulder was broken by the
foice of his fall. He also inhaled .1
considerable quantity of steam.
The explosion took place shortly be
fore 7 o'clock, during the process of
putting the mill in shape for the day's
run. While It cannot be stated with
positive certninty what caused the
boiler to blow up, it is believed to be
due to the steam gauge being out of
order. Phillips, the flieman, was thus
not able to judge of the steam pressure
which must have gone away above
normal. The boiler was sunounded by
cement nnd brick, but the latter looked
ftftpr the explosion ap if run through a
stone ct usher. The l.ugest section of
the boiler, which was of SO-horse
power, that could be found was about
three ffet square. It was located fully
ROO feet from where ths saw mill stood,
Kverythlns about the saw mill was
blown into smithereens nnd the site
of the mill after the ruin nnd havoc
look on the appearance of an unfinished
excavation. There wasn't a board left
standing, nnd even the big smoke stack
was sent to the ground.
The force of the explosion Is nttestcd
by the circumstance that the dlstutb
nnce was felt over two mlls nvvny.
The roar of the explosion caused qulto
a commotion In the neighboring vil
lages. Phillips, when the explosion occurred,
was standing In front of the boiler.
Tie had Just turned off the Injector,
which forced the water Into the boiler,
and, owing to the circumstance that
the steam gauge was out of order, he
had to guess nt the pressure To force
;up steam he opened the draft and was
shnttlntr it off and nhnur tn wnlk n.-.-n.
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iwhen the boiler blew un. He w.ia cnt
flying In a cloud of steam nnd scalding
water. All about him were wreck and
Iruln, but his being thrown seems to
"be the least responsible for his In
juries. The scalding water and his
inhalation of steam are chiefly tho
cause of his sufferings.
Howell, the helper, was upstairs, dl.
rectly over the bolter. He was picked
up and carried by the force of the con
.cusslon over a heap of slabs In the ynrd
.and was landed in the creek nbout fifty
fet away. None of his bones were
broken, and he did not appear to suffer
n great deal from the shock. He wns
nhle to walk about after his dangerous
, There was a hurrying of nearby
resldsnts to the scene of the disaster
nnd ft phone message was sent tn Pr.
Fike! at Dundaff. He attended to both
men.- and appreciating the condition of
Howell, ordered his removal to tho
Emergency hospital, this city.
The saw mill was owned and oper-
nted by S. P. Quick, of Windsor, X. Y.
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES
Allen'a Foit-Eaie, a powder It eure painful
eroaitlng. ncivoua feet and Ingrnniiig nalla, jn.i
trrfimittv take the ulng out of roma and liun.
4,oi1a. It's tha crratrtt rr.mfort dlarr,ery nf the
age, Allen'a Foot.Kaae makra tight or new ahoej
feci caty. It it a certain cure for aweatlng, cal.
loua and hot, tired, aching feet. Try it today
Bold hy ill druggists and ahoe atorea. I)y mail
lor tic In atampa. Trial pitkage F11EE.- Ad
UreX Allen S. Olmiled, Le Hoy, S". y
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TO RING ALARM DAILY.
Test of anmowell System Will Be
Thus Made Until After Seml-Cen-
HcRlnnlriR with tmloy, the lire nlurm
will lip Ipotod daily until after the
seinl-ccntrnnlfll cdoliratlou. The test
nlnrm will la scut In at 12.10 p. m
hut from n dlfTcront box each tiny.
The purpose Is to keep the system In
perfect worklns order, which ennuot
be done unless nlarm? uru sent In
oftener than they nre. An example of
this was shown the other day when
the knocker of the hell In rlty hull
tower refused to knock. Like any
pltce of merhiinlsm. particularly when
ns delicate as is that of tho fire alarm
system, remains Inactive, the parts do
not net freely, jinn to overcome tins,
ns pointed out In The Tribune before,
lit least one box should bs pulled each
Dr. Lyman Abbott to Speak Under
Auspices of First Congregational
An Important announcement, one
that will be hailed with delight
throughout the valley, Is made in the
news of the engagement of Ilev. Dr.
Lyman Abbott, the eminent divine,
writer nnd lecturer, to deliver n lectin o
under the nusplccs of the First Con
gregational church of this city.
The lecture will be delivered on
Tuesdny evening. November 10, In tho
assembly room of the new Thirteenth
regiment nrmory at tfcrnnton, which,
though mammoth of size. It Is ex
pected will be of only adequate size
to accommodate the throng that will
gather to listen to the logic and tho
torlc and eloquence of this learned
Dr. Abbott's qualities nnd merits nre
too well nnd widely appreciated to be
discussed, nnd the simple announce
ment that the succcsor to the cele
brated Or. Henry Wnrd Heecher is
coming to this section to speak Is suil
clent to arouse tho Interest and en
thusiasm of hundreds of persons In tho
Arrangements! have already been
made by P.ev. M. C. Elliott, pastor of
the First Congreg.itlona church, to
whose efforts Pr. Abbott's coming Is
due, for reduced rates on all railroads
between Wllkes-Bnrre and t'arbondalo
on the night of the lecture. Half rates
Pr. Abbott will spend a day In Car
bondale on the occasion of his com
ing to this section.
Mlis Jennie Slllsbee anil William
(mint v ondmansce were wedded on
Tuesday evening at the home of tho
bride's sister, Mis. M. A. Meyers, on
Porter n venue. In the presence of a
latge gathering of the friends of tho
couple. Rev. Mr. Clalk, of Forest City,
The bildnl party formed n pretty
tableaux as they stood under tho anil
of cut (lowers nnd evergreens. Miss
Helen Price, daughter of Mr. and Mi.
Frank Price, of Chinch stieet, was
Mower gill. The bride was most be
comingly gowned In a peail colored
trousseau She canted a fan.
Miss Jennie Meyers played the wed
Mr. and Mrs. Woodmansce will reside
on Drummond nvenue, nnd w ill be at
home after Sept -mber 1,
Among those who attended the nop
tlals were Ml. and Mis. Henry Wood
mansce, parents of the groom, of For
est City; W. I-;. Stoddard, grandfather
of the groom; Mis Oeorgla Stoddard
and Mrs. X. M. Iiurdlck, of Starrucca;
Mrs. Henderson nnd daughter Frances,
of Xewnrk, X. .!.; Mrs. Henry Watts
and daughter Margaret, of Scranton;
Mrs. K. A. Dllts, Jr.. of Xew York city,
and Miss Helen Seeloy, of South Ca
naan. Two Prisoners.
There were two prisoners In the
city Jail, and hnth were from Alder
man Morrison's court.
Mark Puffy, of the Dundiff section,
was committed on complaint of his
wife, who swote he refused to pup
port her, and that he ciuelly beat
Simon Slsco was held on the com
plaint of John Pelanak, of the Last
Chance settlement. Slsco lived in the
settlement some months ago, nnd after
his departure Selnnak missed nn um
brella and several other nrtleles. Sus--plclon
attached to Slsco, aiwl Selanak
caused a warrant to be sworn out for
hln arrest. Constable Moran located
him in Orecn ltldge yesterday ard
brought him to Carbondnle. At tre
hearing he admitted having purloined
some of the articles. After being Jailed
Slsco wns called on by some of his
countrymen who agreed to pay the
costs of the case.
Races at Lee's Park.
There was an Interested crowd of
horsemen at the races at Lee's park,
Greenfield township on Tuesday after
noon. The first rare was In the 2.25 class.
Two horses were started, O. II. Crevel
Ing's Jennie B. nnd Henry Pierce's
Almoskln. Th" former won the first
three heats straight. Her time was
1.20, i.so and 1.13H.. The next event
was the 3.00 or green race. Two horses
were started. Garfield Wllllnms' Rob
en S and Joseph Scheck's Weasel.
Roijtrt S. took tho first three heats
straight in the following time: 1.23,
1.20a nnd 1.22Vfc. The last event wns a
running race between Pike's Peak,
owned by R. W. Pethlck, of this city,
nnd a brown gelding owned by Far
mer Lowry. of Greenfield. Pike's Peak
won tho first heat In 1.04V4. The geld
ing took the second heat n l.AS'fc, and
Pike's Peak captured the third heat
and prize In I.1014,
Receives No Salary.
Through a typographical error tho
statement was mado In yesterday's
Tribune that Joseph M. Alexander
filled the otllce of superintendent of
porks wtlh salary. It should havo
read, ns Intended, "without salary."
It Is generally known that Mr. Alex
ander has devoted n good deal of his
time for over a score of years to look
Ing after the needs of the park without
rompsnpatlon; and, further, that ho
has tefused to nccept any money for
h,i liberal services in this direction.
BIKE" CAUSES TROUBLE
Constablo Qllby's Exciting Experi
ence In Endeavoring to Locate- n
Stolen Wheel in Michael Bonncttl's
House on Belmont Street Bon
nettl Wields a Hatchet and Al
most Trims Gllby's Beard Bon
There was on excltlnf? time at the
store of Michael Honnettl on Uelmont
street yesterday, when Constable Ste
phen lillhy, of Alderman Delavnn's
court, tried to locate n stolen wheel.
Honnettl resented what he deemed
was nn Intrusion, und though the con
stablo Haunted the search warrant un-
der the former's eyes, ho did not heed
this ceremony of the law nnd sailed
In to do fillby, the law's representative.
Honnettl had u hatchet which he wield
ed nnd enme fo close to the officer's
fnce In one of th? side passes thnt the
blade almost lost Itself In the heard
of nilby. Constable Ollby, however.
has had hatchets shied nt him be
fore, nnd he has passed that stage
wheio one Is apt to get the shivers nt
the sight of n hatchet or nny of Its
bigger relations. Therefore he was
performing n habit, ns It were, when
h sailed into Honnettl nnd caused ths
son of Italy to gnsp for breath as he
wns hustled nbout tho store.
The power of the law, backed up by
the strong muscles of the constable,
was overpowering, and Bonnettl ac
knowledged, though tinder protest, that
the olllcer was a bigger man than he
was. Before this acknowledgment
thing were disturbed somewhat by the
struggling pnlr und besides broken
feelings, Bonnettl had a broken show
ensj and other fixtures to mend.
The constable came after n wheel
which he believed was on the prem
ises, but since Bonnettl denied its
presence and forcibly objected to the
search, Ollby was satisfied with his
prisoner nnd wns mnrchlng him off
when he relented and agreed to the
search being made. The result was tho
finding of th" wheel In the cellar,
covered over with old bags. The bi
cycle was identified by Bicycle Pealer
Wlckwlre, of Salem nvenue, ns one
he rented to Elmer Haycock some time
In July. Constable Ollby hns had the
case in hand since then and his in
vestigation led to the finding of the
wheel in Bnnnettls house. Bonnettl de
clared he puichased It from Hacock.
However true this may be, It Is not
known, for Haycock left town soon
after renting the wheel from Wlck
wlre. Bonnettl was held In ball In the sum
of J.'.OO by Alderman Pelavan. Later In
the day overtures nf n settlement were
made which will probably avert a trial
of the case at court.
THE FOUNTAIN INCIDENT.
Meeting of Park Commissioners
Will Probably be Held Todoy.
It Is likely thnt a meeting of the park
commissioners will be hld today to
consider the resolutions of the Cen
tral Labor union asking for a repaint
ing of the park fountain by union
painters. Mayor Kllpatrlck was des
patched for anil is expected to bo on
bund today to call a special meeting of
the board, whn the representation of
the labor unions will be given a hear
ing. It is expected that a solution of
the difficulty will be reached at this
Kailroad Men nt Poyntelle.
Oeorgo W. West division, Xo. 4fiS,
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers,
will be at Iake Poyntelle today with
hosts of friends from up nnd down
the valley. It Is the occasion of the
annual tlnm bake and shoie dinner,
C.iteier Edwards, of Xew Vork, nn
expert In this Hue, will look after the
i'nmmlM-nry department, while com
mittees from among the engineers will
cato for the other wants and pleas
ures of tho excursionists. Trains will
leave the Ontario nnd Western depot
at 7,4.1 and 11 n. m.
North Scranton Woman Injured.
Mrs. Henry, of Xorth Scranton. who
has been spending the summer at Elk
Hill, sustained two broken ribs and
painful bruises by being thrown from
her carriage Monday while on her way
to I'niondale en route to her home In
The driver, Thomas Jones, of Elk
Hill, was bady bruised about the head
and shoulders. Pr. Flke attended
The accident was due to the bad
roadway following the recent rains.
Odd Fellows' Day.
Tomorrow will bo Odd Fellows' day
at Lake Lodore, which means that
there will bo no Odd Fellows In this
section who will be absent from the
pretty lakeside resort over the moun
tain. The degree of chivalry will b
publicly conferred on a class of n half
hundred candidates. The state officers
will be present. The Mozart band will
be present nnd there will bs an abund
anco of refreshments. Caterer James
Gorman will b In charge.
Attended Church Entertainment.
The members of the Methodist and
Presbyterian churches attended an en
tertainment Tuesday evening given by
the Methodic church at Pundnff. Af
ter the entertainment, In which Miss
Cruser, an elocutionist of Montrose,
took a prominent part, supper was
served and the Cnrbondale crowd re
turned to their homes In this city.
Tried to Enter Car.
Two men. evidently hobots, tried to
break into an Erie freight car In the
yard Lite last night. They were de
tected climbing up n plank which they
placed agalnn the cnr. Constable Ollby
was notified, but by tho time he re
sponded, the pair, tuklng alarm at the
approach of some person, had scamper
Meetings of Tonight.
Georgo E. Randolph camp, Sons of
Branch 33, C. M. B. A.
Carbondale canton, Patriarch's Mili
tant. THE PASSINO THRONG.
R. P, Musser, of Scranton, spent yes
terday In Carbondale.
Miss Antionette Burdlck attended the
To the Advice
If you will hut listen to your friends
nnd neighbors they will tell you how
the pains and nches of a bad back,
the annoyances of urinary troubles, the
netvousness, the restlessness which
come from kidney Ills can be relleed
nnd cured. Read whnt one Scranton
Mrs. A. S. Bnldwln of 1371 Wyoming
avenue, e-ays: "Since childhood 1 hail
nttneks ot dull pain across my back,
very often Increasing when I went to
bed at night. If I did nny lifting or
stooping my back felt lnmo nnd sore,
I used dlffeient remedies recommended
to me from time to time but could
not get much If any benefit. Hearing of
Poan's Kidney Pills through n friend
who had used them, and I had my
husband get me box at Matthews Bros
drug store After using them for a
few dnys I could feel their effects,
Flnnlly they cured me."
For sale by nil denier. Price SO
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, X.
V.. sole ngents for the United States.
Kemember the name Doan's and
take no substitute.
funeral of Mrs. Potter in Dunmore
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ruddy, of Scran
ton. were In Carbondnle yesterday.
Andrew Meehan. of Jermyn, was trie
guest of West Side friends on Tues
Miss Mary Plak. of Brooklyn. X. V.,
Is a guest nt Andrew Mitchell's cot-
tnge nt t'rystnl lake.
Miss B. Ollmartln returned home
Tuesday night from a trip to Philadel
phia nnd Atlantic City.
Mrs. James Walker and children,
and the Misses Kate and Belinda Hlg
gins nre nt Atlantic City.
Miss Loretta Fougey, of Xew York
city, in the guest of Miss Mame
O'Xelll, of Brooklyn street.
Mrs. H. I .Russell, of Waterbury.
Conn., Is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
John Mnze, on Belmont street.
Miss Margaret White, of Seventh
avenue, has returned from a two
weeks' visit at Harvey's Lake.
The Misses Kate Pace, Jennie Fox,
Aleda Xenlon and Anna Murphy are
enjoying nn outing nt Chapman's lake.
Miss Ellzaheth Early, of Seventh
avenue, returned yesterday from a
ten days' visit with relntlves In Pitts
ton and Scranton.
Miss Edith Shaffer has returned to
her home in Waymart after n couple
of months' visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Boyd Cnse on Parte avenue,
n. E. Hlsted nnd family and William
Price, Misses Fannie Knapp, Anna
PImick, Ruth Knapp and Blanche Col
vin have returned from a week's stay
at Xevvion lake.
Seltz fc Co., decorators, of Scranton,
have located n hr.iuch department at
IS Salem avenue and will remain hia
until nfler the semi-centennial cele
bration. Tills firm will have a good
deal to do with the decorations about
th oity business places.
Mrs. Edward Riley and Miss Mary
E. Rlely, of Philadelphia, were regis
tered nt the Harrison house yester
day. They will leave todny for a stay
at Poyntelle. Mrs. Riley Is th wife
of Edwnrd Riley, who formerly lived
on Hospital street, this city. He left
Carbondale during the winter and was
married In April last.
JERA.YN AND MAYHELD.
The funeral of the late John O'Gara,
who died on Monday, took place yes
terday morning. The remains were
taken to Sacred Heart church, where
a reriulem high mass was celebrated,
and Interment was afterwards made
in St, Rose cemetery. Carbondale.
Among the large cortege were tha
members of several of the church so
cieties, to which the deceased be
longed. The pall bearers were Peter
Loftus, James Monahan, Peter Mar
tin, John Cahanney and John Mulla
ley. Pomlnlck Phillips, a miner In the
Last Chnnce colliery, at Edgerton, wns
struck with a piece of coal while at
his work yesterday, two small arteries
In his arm being severed and the man
became weak from loss of blood. The
timely arrival of a physician probably
saved his life.
Mr. and Mrs. E. .1. Pawe, of Ceme
tery street, yesterday entertained
about forty little children. In honor of
their daughter, Lily May's, seventh
birthday. The children were enter
tained out of doors In the garden,
where they had a delightful time.
They were bounteously served with
Ice cream and other delicacies, and
during the afternoon, group photo
graphs of the entire party were taken
by Miss Tamle Mosher,
Miss Cora Savlge, of Scranton, was
yesterday the guest of Attorney and
Mrs, II. P. Carey, of Main street.
The Citizens' band will give an open
air conce't in front of Butterworth's
Ho'el tornniro'v evening.
Miss Lily Plzer, of Bacon street,
accompanied by Miss Ella Howell, of
Rendham, left yesterday on a visit to
friends In Xew Vork city.
Preparations are being made to start
up tin Clenwond pump snaft, whieli
has been flooded for nearly three
James Allen, a driver boy residing
on the East Side, had his arm squeez
ed by cars while at work In the Pela-
waro and Hudson colliery yesterday.
Thomas Wolkoy, of Scranton, a for
mer Jermyn resident, was In town
A largo number of people from both
bmoughs expect to attend the Rail
roaders tltm bake nt Poyntello todny.
Mrs. Frank Pltmore, of Vnndllng,
spent Tuesday with Jermyn relatives.
Tho Mayfleld band will give a con
rert on the invvn of Mr. and Mrs. J.
J. Plnce, at Mayfleld, this evening
Miss Amy Wllllnms, of Mayfleld, has
returned homo from a visit to Port
Jervls, X. Y relatives.
Miss Cuslck, of Philadelphia, is the
guest of Mr and Mrs. J. W. Grant,
of South Main rtreet.
The home of Mr. nnd Mrs, Patrick
Kllker. at Mayfleld. was considerably
damaged by fire Monday evening. The
fire was caused by some of th small
children of tho family plavlng with
The Prohibition league of this county
will hold a. convention In connection
with the temperance reunion nt Nay
Aug park on September 13. Owing to
the disappointment which the many
temperance workers sustained hecnuso
of the failure to hold the reunion nt
Mountain park, the Lackawanna coun
ty commutes are making arrange
ments for a grand reunion of temper
ance workers of this county and sur
rounding counties, to take place nt
Nay Aug park on the 13th of Septem
ber. Pr. Hwnllovv will be secured for
the date If possible. Thre will be n
temperance choir of two hundred
voices, n male party of twenty voices
and will render temperance selections,
A number of Improvements are being
made on Xos, 1 and 3 school build
ings. Tho following Is the score of the
handicap pigeon shooting match held
at the excursion of the P, O. S. of A.
at Harvey's lake on Monday:
Pavid Ilarrla 110 1 0 1
(I. Wllllami 0 0 10 1 1
Fdward Sweet 0 111 0 .1
M. Polan 110 1 1 (
J. I'lrkrell 10 11 0 1
I. nrow-n 10 0 0 0 l
IMn.ird Divla 110 1 1 1
E. Whltehouse 1111 0 (
.!. Jonea 0 0 10 1 2
It. Franklin 1 t 1 1 0 (
T. H. .lonca 1111 1 3
K. Honey 1111 04
A. Taylor 1111 1 J
J. Warner 0 111 0 .1
P. Kanoe 1111 0 4
W. Herbert 0 1 1 1 0-
I). P. Divia 0 110 1 3
The first prize, was divided betwen
T. II. Jones, R. Taylor and D. T. Jones.
A grand handicap quoit match and
clam bake will be held at Hotel Ridge
way on Monday, August 26, nt 2 o'clock.
Rev. and Mrs. P. C. Edwards and
children are visiting the Matter's par
ents at Lansford, Pa.
The Anthracite Glee club will meet
for rehearsal this evening In Llewelyn's
hall nt 7.30 o'clock. All members nnd
singers of the borough are requested
to be present.
The borough schools will reopen after
three months' vacation on September
3. The teachers have all been reap
pointed nnd will be nsslgned to the
same buildings as last term of school.
A guard rail is badly needed on the
bridge which crosses the Keyser creek
on Xorth Main street. The borough
council should look after the matter be
fore serious results may happen.
Agent and Mrs. E. T. Jenkins, of
Railroad street, nre home from a
week's sojourn to Asbury Park. X. J.
Lackawanna Valley council, Xo SI,
Jr. O. U. A. M will meet tn regular
session this evening.
The funeral of Reba, the little
daughter of Mr, nnd Mrs. R. W. Tay
lor, was held from the family home
In Blakely yesterday afternoon. The
services were conducted by Rev. Pr.
Spencer, pastor of the Blakely Baptist
church. There was a profusion of
floral tributes sent by sympathizing
friends'. Interment was. made In Union
cemetery. The funeral was private.
The Juvenis Pancing class will con
duct one of their delightful socials in
Mahon's hall, tomorrow evening. Mu
sic by Lawrence's orchestra of Scran
ton. Willie Brent, who has been in town
for the past two weeks, returned to
his home In Wllkes-Barro yesterday.
The remains of the Infnnt child of
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Walsh, of Pun
more street, were laid nt rest In St.
Patrick's cemetery yesterday after
noon. The obsequies were largely at
tended by friends of the family,
Sim Brothers' shows will exhibit at
this place, Tuesday, Sept. 3.
Tho Plttston Brothers, who ndmln
tfltered such a crushing defeat to the
Browns a few weeks ago, will meet
the strong Ruhherneck team at the
park this afternoon. Tonight a social
will be held In Mahon's hall to help
defray the expenses of the visiting
Mrs, William Mason left yesterday
for Harvey's lake, to spend a week.
Miss Keeler. of Philadelphia, who
has been visiting friende here, returned
Miss Ollle Murphy has gone to Pela
ware Water Oap to spend two weeks.
Squire S. W. Arnold, Xiles H, John
son, Arthur Thompson and Joseph R.
Bell returned last evening from their
fishing trip on the Pelaware near
Stockport. They report that the
heavy rains had so raised the Pela
ware river that fishing was out of the
question. They brought back a small
quantity of fish which they purchased
jU6t previous to their return home.
Mrs. William Pay is visiting friends
Mrs. James Johnson, of the West
Side, accompanied the Veterans' ex
cursion to Lake Lodore yesterday.
While at the lake she patronized the
merry-go-round and was thrown off
the machine while it was going at full
speed. She was badly bruised about
the body and her left leg was dlslo
cated. The drawing for a set of carpenter's
tools In behalf of Mrs. R. J. Mulford
will not take place this evening, but
will take place on Thursday, Aug. 29.
Some fifty of our people attended
the Seven County Veterans' excursion
to Lake Lodore yesterday.
Miss Florence Fink and Miss Pearl
Vanloon, of Plymouth, are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hartman, of Hick
The Brundage family reunion was
held yesterday in White's grove. A
large crowd of relatives were present
and enjoyably spent the day.
Miss Mary Schlmerllng, of Thorn
hurst, was the guest of MUs Bessie
Buckingham Tuesday nnd Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Wilcox are re
joicing over the arrival of a baby boy
at their home.
Mrs. P. Kearney entertained a party
of Scranton friends nn Saturday.
Mr. C, C. Clay and Miss Lottie Clay
returned home Tuesdny, after spend
ing a week In Scranton.
A. B. Williams Is away on a busl
Mrs. R. A. PeFrehn nnd daughter,
Miss Grace, of Mechanicsburg, nio
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
B. F. Hardenbergh.
Mm F. J. Peck and children nro
spending n few day& with the for
mer's parents, Mr. and Mts, J. m.
One of the most brilliant social
events that Elmhurst has known In
some time was given nt the home of
Mr. and Mrs. B, F. Hardenbergh. on
Tuesday evening, the occasion being
the marriage of their accomplished
daughter, JeIe Marian, to Prof. Ed
ward B. Rogers. Their charming home
was beautifully decorated Inside with
I palms, potted plants and cut flowers
A SERIOUS SUMMER COLD.
A NEW 10RK ALDERMAN'S VIEWS CONCERNING PE-HU-NA.
LOUIS F. CARPAXI.
Hon. Louis F. C.irdanl. Alderman
20th district, Xew Vork city, writes
from 9.17 Sixth nvenue, ns follows;
"I know of no medicine that I
would rather recommend to the pub
lie or use in my own family than Pe
runa. I have never heard anything but
praise from those who have used It.
and I believe that It fully deseives It.
i contracted a seilous cold last
summer which persisted tn staying
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
In Effect Aiib 11, 1001.
Tralna leave sciantnn for New ork- U 1 to,
3.00, fi.15, 7S0 nnd 10 OJ a in, 12 I'), 3 20,
S 4.V 5 00 and S Ml p. in Krtr New York and
Philadelphia 7.50 and 10 05 a in., mil 12.4'J and
3 4V. n. m. IVir Tol.ihmna - At U 10 p. m. I'r
rtiifTalo 1 1, ft 22 and o on a m ; 1 .10. 3..VJ, 7 01
and 11 ,11 iv in For ninsliinitiui and way tU
tlona 10 20 a. m and 1 Oj p in l-'or (Nesn,
Syiacue and t'tlra 1 1" ami 0.22 a. m.i 1.S0
and S ,')2 p, ni. Oiwven, svrartie and f'lra
train at B22 a m dallv, evrppt sundav. for
Mont rrwe ooo a in ; l 05 and 7 01 p. in.
Sir holaon .iotenimfdjtlnt, I (.0 and tl 1.1 li m
nirioniluir(r llivilon IVr Vnttlu.intierland, at
(141 and 10 01 a m ; 1 .io and li 10 p in. Kur
Plvmeulli, at MO a. m. ; .1.11 and 0 01 p. m.
Sundav Trains For New York, l.io, H.oo, 5.11
and 10 01 a m ; 3 20, 3 II and 5 no p m. For
Buffalo- 1 f, and (122 a m ; 1 SI, 3..12, 7.03
and 11.3.1 p. m. Ftr ninglLinitrm and vav Mv
tlnn 0.KI and 10.20 a. ni. Ill.winvliuri; dlvlvlon
Leave Scranton, 10.01 a. m. and fi.lo p. in.
and the porches und lawn were bril
liant with Japanese lanterns. At pie
elsely S o'clock the bililal party en
tered ihe p.ulir to the iiiti"lu of L
hengrln, ns executed b Pr. J. W.
Kncdler, nnd took their places In front
of a bank of palms. Kit st came the
llower girls, little Mildred Rogcis,
daughter of I inf. and Mrs. W. L.
Roei., uf Oieen R'.dge, nnd Edna,
daughter of Mr. nnd Mts. C.W. Rhodes,
of Elmhurst. Then followed tho maid
of honor, Miss Grace Hardenbergh Pe
Frehn, of Mechnnlcsbuig, n cousin of
the bride, nnd the best man. Friend
Rhodes. Following these wero the
bride and groom, and ns they took
their places, the company arose nnd
tho Rev. G. II. Prentice, of the Mos
cow Methcdist Episcopal (nurch, as
sisted by Rev ,, J. Rankin, of the
Elmhurst Presbvterinn chinch, pei
formed the beautiful nnd impressive
ceremony thnt united these two well
known young people for life. The
L bride wns beautifully arrayed In white
liberty satin, with trimming of chiffon
and nppllque, and carried white rc-es.
The maid of honor wore canary color,
similarly trimmed and carried yellow
roses. The flower girls were dressed
in white and carried baskets, of sweet
peas, while the groom and best man
wore the conventional black. After
the ceremony the congratulations of
friends were showered upon the young
couple, 'and amid music, merriment and
friendly sociability an hour was
passed, after which the guests were
ushered Into the dining 100m, where
delicious refreshments were served nnd
good cheer prevailed. Puring supper
they were serenaded by the Elmhurst
band. Many beautiful nnd costly gifts
were noticed among the large collec
tion received. The present from the
bride's parents was a beautiful up
right piano. Mrs. Rogers Is one of
Elmhurst's most popular young ladles
and an accomplished musician. Mr.
Rogers is, and has- been for the past
three years, the successful principal of
the graded school of this place, which
position he will hold for two years
yet according to contra-t. Mr. and
Mrs. Rogcis left on the 11 o'clock
train for Buffalo and Xlagara Falls,
and will return in time for the opening
of the school, Sept. 3. They will make
their home with the bride's parents
for the present. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. E. S, Hardenbergh. Miss
Bessie Hardenbergh, Clyde Harden
bergh, Mr. and Mrs. William Hep
burn, Mr and Mrs. Robert Hepburn,
Prof, and Mrs, W. L. Rogers and
daughter, Mildred; Will Whltford, Mr.
and Mis. Frank Huber, Mr. nnd Mrs.
M. P. Rhodes. Mr. and Mrs. F. .1.
Peck and children and Miss Inez Bless
ing, of Scranton; Miss Hepburn, of
Wllkes-Barre; Mrs. Rogers and Miss
Ixu Rogeis, of Harford, Pa.; Prof. E.
M. Curtis, of Lanesboro, Mr. and
Miss Peck, of Peckvllle; Mrs. R. A.
Pe Frehn, of Mechanicsburg; Miss
Mary Schlmmerllng, of Thornhurst;
Rev. O. H. Prentice, of Moscow; Mr.
and Mrs. J M. Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. Rhodes and children, Miss May
me Rhodes, Messrs. Friend and Percy
Rhodes, Charles Evans. Miss Xettle
Evans. Rev. nnd Mrs. J. J. Rankin,
Pr. and Mrs. J. W. Knedler. Mr. and
Mrs. Byron Buckingham nnd Miss
Bessie Buckingham, of Elmhurst.
C. W. Brodhead, of Montrose, spent
Sunday with his patents. Mr. Brod
head was on his way to Allentown,
where he will attend the Grand lodge
of K. of P.
Jobn Thornton anil family spent
Sunday with relatives In Punmore.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Condon, a son,
Friday, August 16.
Lewis Millard, cf Moscow, spent Sun
day with his aunt. Mrs. Tlnklepaugh.
Rev. Thomas Burns will preach In
the brick M. E. church next Sunday
Mrs. Rudolph Gottwals and children
and Mrs. J. Randall spent a few days
with friends at Glenwood.
Mrs. Mitchell, of Wyoming, spent
Tuesday with friends of this place.
Mhs Violet Johnson, of the Inter
national Correspondence school, who
has been taking a few weeks' vacation,
resumed her work on Monday.
Miss KWe Orecn. of Blooomsburg, Is
the guest of Miss Sadie Carey.
The schools of the borough will lis
reopened the first week In September.
Lichty's Celery Nerve Compound
for all nervous diseases, .neuralgia,
rheumatism, nervous debility, paraly
sis, biliousness, dyspepsia, costlveness,
plies, liver omplalnt, kidney tiou
hies and female complaints. It gom
to tho seat of the disease and cures
thoroughly and speedily. Sold by Mat
with me nnd nothing would drive U
away until I took Peruna. In four
day I felt much better, nnd nt the end
of a week all unpleasant symptoms had
dsappeared nnd I was well ngln. I
am not In tho habit of giving testl
monnls but I make nn exception In
youi cnse with much pleasure."
LOUIS F. CARPAXI.
To catch a severe cold In the sum
mer Is often n much more grave nffalr
than to catch cold In the winter. Th
deptesslng heat of summer Is quite api
to cause the cold to settle In pome
Internal organ. Summer colds hava
led to nunc cases of kidney disease,
bladder dtaenso, ller tioube than win
ter i olds.
The experience of Hon, Cardanl, A1
dot man of Xew Voik city, Is an Illus
tration of these statements. He had n
summer cold which persisted. Xothlng
would drive It away. In four days
Peruna began the cuie and in a week
he wns well ngln.
What other medicine could havo
done this? Surely Peruna deserves
tho praise that so many million people
are giving It. It Is n medicine that
ought to be used In every family.
If you do not derive prompt and
satisfactory tesults from the use of
Peruna, wilte ut once to Pr. Hartmnn.
giving n full statement of your cnse
and he will be pleased to give you his
valuable advice gratis.
Address Pr. Hartmnn. President ot
The Hnrtman Sanitarium, Columbus,
RAILROAD TIME TABLES
Schedule In Effect June , 1001.
Trains leave Scranton:
6.45 a. m., week days, through ves
tibule train from Wllkes-Barre.
Pullman buffet parlor car and
coaches to Philadelphia, via
Pottsvllle; stops at principal in
termediate stations. Also con
nects for Sunbury, Harrlsburg,
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash
ington and for Pittsburg nnd ths
0.38 a. m,, week days, for Sunbury,
Horrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and Pittsburg
and tho West.
2.18 p. m., week days, (Sundays,
1.58 p. m.), for Sunbury, Harris
burg, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington and Pittsburg nnd
3.33 p. m., week days, through ves
tibule train from Wilkes-Barro.
Pullman buffet parlor car and
coaches to Philadelphia viaPotts
ville. Stops at principal inter
4.S7 p. m., week days, for Hnzleton,
Sunbury, Harri'sburg, Philadel
phia and Pittsburg.
J II. lll'TCIIINSON. Otn. Msr.
J. II. WOOD, Gen. Tai. Ast.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
In F.ffect .lune 2, inoi.
Tralnv leave scranton.
For riiibdclphla and New York via P. k H.
II. It, nt rt 1.1 and oas a. m, and 21, 4 27
(lllaik IMamond F.xprev), and 11.30 p. m. Sun
ilavs, 1) k II. P II , 1 .V ti 27 p. m
For White Haven, Huletnn and prlneinjl
points in the toil region, via P k 11. R. ll ,
0.45, 2 IS and 4.27 p. m. For Pottsvllle, 6.41 1
in , 2.1S p in.
For Hethlehem, Ka.ton, Readlne, Harrlchiin;
and prinelpal intermediate atationv via P. A- II
n R , 41. 9 3 a. m ; 2 1", 4 27 (lllack llii
mond F.vprew), 11 .".0 p. m hundaja, D. k 11,
1! ft , 1) ) a. m : 1 ,W 27 p in
For Tunkhinnork. To.vandv. F.lmlri, Ithaea,
Ceneva and principal Intermediate atationt, via.
D.. I., k W. It. It , 10 a. ni. and 3 10 p. m
For Geneva, Itoehevter, Buffalo, Siiem Fall,
Chicago and all polnta vvet, via II. A- 11 It H ,
7.4a, ll.M a. m.. 1 2. 3.33 (Plaek Diamond Y.
pre), 7.1s. 10 41. 11.30 p. m. Sundays, P. k II.
It. It . 1151. S27 p. m
Cullman parlor and (Oeepinc or I.ehluh Valley
pallor tars on all trainv between Wilkes Ilirrn
and New Vork, Philadelphia, fluffalo and Sus
KOI.I.IV II Wil.llfn, (Jen. Supt., 26 Cortland
Mreet, New Yoik.
HI VHI.F.S S l.KK. fien. CaM. Act., 2 Cortland
striet. New York
A. W NONNFM HEft, Piv. I'aaa. Act-. fvJth
For tickets and Pullman revervatlonv apply tn
SO) Lackawanni avenue, Scranton, Ca.
Delaware nnd Hudson.
In F.ffect .lune 0, 1101.
Trains for Carbondale leave S. rantnn at fi 20,
S0.1. S.S3, 10H a ni i 12 00. 120, 2 41. 3 52,
5 "I, 6 2.1, 7 57, 0 11, 11 20 p m ; 1 Iff a m
For Ilonedale and Lake Lodoie, 6.20, 10.1S a,
m , 2 41 and S.! P- ni.
For Wilkea-ilirre 4J. 7 4, ! 41, 0 3', 10 11
a m.: 12 0.1, 12S. 2.13, 3.J.I, 4.27, 6.10, 7 1,
10 II, 11 30 p m
For I V It. B. Points 6.41, OS? a. m.; 2 1-,
4 27 and 11 :.0 p m
For Pennvvlvania It It. points fl.41, O.X 2.1
3 31 and 4 27 p. m
For Mb.iny and all point, north 6.20 a. m.
and 3 52 p. in.
For Carbondale- S .10, n.3.1 a. m.i 2 41, .1.12,
5.12 and 10 52 p m.
For Wllkes-Barre 0.3 a. m.i 12.03, 1..V5, 3.2
6.32 and S 42 p in
For Albany and points north 3 52 p m
For Honesdale and Lake Lodore $.50, 11.31
a, m. and 3..12 p. in.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
Stations In New Vork Foot of Liberty ttrrct,
JC. It . and Ninth Fcrrv
TIMK TVBI.F. IN F.rFKCT JFNT. SO, 1001
Trains leave Sermton for New York. Newark,
Elizabeth. Chlladelphia, I'.a-lon. BMhlehem. 1.
leniown, Maueh Chunk and White lliven, at . 1.1
a m ; eprrs. 1.10, epnas, 4 00 p. m Sun
dais, 2 1.1 p m
For Plttston and Wilkes Barre, 11 a m , 1 10
and 4 no p m Mindtva, 2 11 p. m
For Baltimoie and Wahlncton and points
South and West via Bethlehem, -.11 a. m, 1 In
and 4 () p ni Sundava 2 15 p in.
Frr I.ons Branch. O.ein firoip, etc, at S 51
a. 111. itluough loaih). and 1 10 p m
For lleadin;, Lebanon and llirrlburg, vfi Al
lentown, s 55 a. tn and 110 p ni. Sundiy.,
For Potiille, s 11 a in , 1 10 p m
For Mountain I'ark, s 55 a in , 1 10 and 4.fO
Throush tirl.etv to all points eail, south and
. ,t InurAt rates at the station.
r. m nrnT. fien. ra.
ni.ll.U SEN. Oen. Supt.
Erie Railroad, Wyoming Division.
Trains for llawlev and intermediate points leave
Scranton as Wlo s No. 2, 7 10 a m , No. 1,
g 50 a m , No f. 2 2 f. ni ; No S, 5 20 p, m.
Nos and 6 through trains tor New York
" srrivals- No 1, H a. m . No 3, 10 30 a m i
Cn 5, S 11 p m , No 7, oil p m Trains Xoa.
5 and 7 ait Ihroueh trains from New York.
Pepartures No 20, 0 a in ; No. 22, 2 p m
Arrivals Nn 21. 12 15 p m ; No. 23. s 15 p m.
New York, Ontario and Western
Time Table in Feet Sundiv. June 23, 1S01,
Leave Leav Arrive
Trvlns. Sciantrn. Caibondile. CartMia.
No. 1 ...10.",0 a. m. 11.10 a m. 1 00 p m.
No 3 ... 4 00 p. in. 4 14nm 6 00 p, m
No. 7 ... 6.10 p m. Ar Carbondale. 6 4rt p. m,
l.eie Leave Arrive
(adosla, Carbondale. Scranton,
No. fl ... 7.00 a, in 7 40 a nt.
No. 4 ... 8 40 a m. 10 01 a m. 10 40 a m
No. 2 ... 2 1 1 p. 111 1 00 p ni 411pm.
SUNDAYS ONLY, XOIITII-DOrsp
I,eae Leave Arrive
Scranton. Carbondale Tadosla,
No. ft ... s.M a. in. n 10 a. Ill 10 II a 111.
No, 5 ... 7 0Hp 111 Ar ( arbondale. 7 45 p m.
I.eaie l.ejie Arrive
t'adoda. Cailmndale. Si rantnn.
No. fl ... 7 01a in. 7 40 a ni.
No. 10 ,, 1 3u p. m OWp in fill p ni,
Trains Nos 1, on week davn, and 0, en Sun.
da.v, nuke main line ninnectiuna for New lorV,
cltv. I'tua, Oneida, Oiwcjo and Intermediate,
Trains Ns 3 and 4 make Walton, Delhi, Ham
den and sutnev connections
For further Inform uion inmlt tnket agents.
J C NIKH0 OP , New York.
J. V. TVF.I.MI, T C A, S. lanton.
tmff-W. 4Jutrftnt lo euft tl fcy mill rrhttft.
m. a u.i... k.Hsui IkMHt I.t .LU, T
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