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THE SCBANTON TMtiUNE MONDAY MOENTNG, MAY 21, 1894;
Bummer Has Returned
S has the rlsins wnTS of prosper
ity. Wo launch our snip laden with
ilv fint display of beautiful, seao
ousblo ami reliable good ever
slowu iu thin vicinity.
Hub tnkon Oil II BSW look sum
mery look. Tb'W who will soon
he leaving for Siimtuer Resorts we
bnve cepecially looned out for.
Sou Do Not Know
What yon want Mil you see what
Is tho "Litest" what D.uno Fash
Ion has seen fit to siuilo upon.
Tin s-' havo beeu eelected from the
market very early. Wo havo
railed the choicost. Oor store is
fillud with Novelties aud many
inorc are arriving daily.
Writing an Advertisement
Is like building a housg. You must
have the foundation and frame
work rleht or the trimmings will
fail. Wo Vase our It COM on the
correct foundation. V sell the
most and the best goods for tho
A Coral Reef
Is not built up in a dav, neither is
a business reputation.
The Great Quantities
Of goods we sell show that we have
the confidence of the buying pub
lie. We must advance. We can
not stand still nor we will not
Ladies Who Always
Trade with ns know the truth of
our statements. Others we ad
vertise to have a chance to con
vince. Come and See Us
Tent onr offerings. We shall al
ways have yi nr trad. No spring
"tired feeling" is apparent in the
mmigemen. of rur store. Plenty
of he'.v. coortev.ni treatment.
And an interest on the part of each
salesperson to have yon get just
what you want at jnst what you
can afford to pav.
Dress from Our Store
For 9'.yl Brighten ycur home
and you will kaow that you have
be-n relieved of the least money
for tne ts: merchandise that can
be f und on sale.
The Browns of this place defeated
tho strong Youne Men's Christian asso
ciation teim of Soranton on Saturday
in a well pUyei game, bv a score of
A train consisting of an engine and
five crs to into an opon switch on the
New York. Suo,nehanns and Western
rai'road uear Johnson's br-aker. Sat
urday mori.i&. and waa thrown dawn
ik etotp embankment, totally demolish
ing the cars and damaging the engine
to torn" extent. A wrecking crew wai
tent for and had the track cleared for
trafih by evening
John R. Nealy, formerly of thu
place but now a rji nt or 1 svlor,
mcnlated among friends here .Satur
day E. J. Bnrke, of Green Ridge, called
on bis many acquaintances in town
J. L. Knaj,p, of the West Side, at
tended the excursion to New York
CoDuciIman E E RobatbAn, of the
West Hide. Soranton, waa a visitor in
town Saturday evening.
Lizzie, daughter of Joseph and (irso
II .... aged C years, died at her home
on Lackawanna street Saturday night
at 8 80 o'clock. Interment will b
made in St. Patrick's cemetery on
C. P. O'Malley, of Scrnnton, an 1 sis
ter, Miss Mamie, of this place, went
with the Press club's excursion to New
Mines Agoes and Mary Hull, stu
dents of Keystone Acadurny, are home
on a visit.
Miss Edith Evans, of Lackawanna
street, waa a caller at Scranton Satur
John Kwannick, of Upper DaiBOr
street, died of a paralytic Stroke San
day morning at 1 80 o'clock, lie was
CS years of age and apparently In Rood
health up to last everting, and was
about town as latt as 9 o'clock. D -ceaaed
la survived by a large family.
Bueklen'e Arnlaa Ba'.ve.
The nest snlve la the world for'tati
Brnlses, Bores, Ulcere, BeltJlbeam. Ferer
titn. Totter, (.hupped Hands. Chilblains,
torus and all Skiu Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Pllea, or no pay rtmli edT It
la guaranteed to glvo ported satisfaction
or money refunded. Price Its cents per
box. For aaln by Matthew Uroa.
A Millune Is in Scranton to.
Mrs. Then. Hayes
ton, Hatnru ty.
William Brown, while coupling oars
in the Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western yard, at thla place, bad the
misfortune to have his hand canzht be
tween the bumper He is doing as
well as could be expected.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lane, of El mint,
are visiting in town.
The Misses Tracy and Mary Connor
are visiting friends in Scranton.
Eugene Lowo and Bert Boise, of
Blngbamton, were visiting in town the
rust or the wook
A Million Friends
A friend in need is a friend Indeed, and
mit less than one million people havo
found just such a friend In Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Cougaa and
Colds, If von have never used tbie Qreat
Cough Medicine, one trial will convince
you that it has wonderful curative powers
in all diseases of Throat, Chest and Lunirs.
Each bottle Is guaranteed to do all that is
olninied or money will Be refunded. Trial
bottles free at Mathews Bros', drug store.
Large bottles 6oa and IL0O.
Highest of all in Leavening Power
Tho attachment for contempt of
court issii"d a ftiw davs ago against
Burgesa Malonoy an I which was eet
down for trial Saturday proved u bugs
lizzie, l'aul J. BhOrWOod, attorney for
Broad Pros., having discovered that
his proceeding wore prc-euiptlorv.
Tho funeral o( l'oter Stroh, who ni"l
a tragic death Saturday, occurred yes
terday afternoon. Ititermout wiih made
in West Pittston oemotery.
The funeral of JututH Hewitt, who
died Friday evening, occurred frOUl
Ills home on Bearla street yesterday aft
ernoon. baturd :: morning James lieiliy. age
Itl years, a section boss on the Wilkes
Lliirre Eastern road, was fatally hurt
by being struck by u train at Jenkins
station. He stepped otT oue track out
of the way of oue traiu ouly to be
strut k by a traiu on the Other track
The engine passed over his right leg bi
low thu knee, severing it. ami ho wan
otberwiaa Injured, Ha was removed to
the hospital lor treatment
John Jordan, justice of the peace of
Upper Pittston, who, with his oonnsol,
J. T. Leuaban, of Wilkes-Baire, went
to Harnabur last Thursday, for the
purpose of layiug before the governor
and attoruHy-peuersd argument: wby
ins commission as justice of the peace,
should be issued to bun, preceedeil in
his minion aud baa notified his m my
ffienda that he has sscnrtd the much
Mrs. J. Moiaii, aged year, of
Oregon, who has been ill for some time,
died at the hospital Saturday morning,
whither she wus removed a week ngo
for private treatment. The remains
were removed to the family home,
ffoa which place the funeral will oc
cur thia morning. Interment in Mar
ket Street cetueterv.
The funeral of J nines Clark, who was
killel Friday eventng by a fall of roof
in the Steveus shop, will occur this
The St. Aloysius society met yester
day afternoon at 2 80 and elected dele
gates to the annual state convention to
be held it benaudoah next moutb.
The Fifth Legislative convention to
nominate a Democratic candidate for
the legislatnre, will be held at Burke's
hotel, Port Griffith, on Monday, June
1 lv at 10.80 o'clock in the moruing, and
the delegato elections will be held on
Saturday afternoon, June 0, between
the hours of 4 and 7 o'clock.
"A Daughter of Dixie," by Daniel L
Haft, will be presented at Music Hall
next Thursday for the first time. The
fact of "Dan" being so intimately ac
quainted in this place and thai his lat
est effort is considered to bo bis master
blSOS, is a guarantee that a packed
house will greet both tbe author and
play on this occasiou.
Mrs. Op pea betas, of New York city,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Meyer
Schlos', of William str et.
Mrs. Furlong, of Providence. R. I ,
is the guest of Mrs. Langao, of Pine
Tne following persons from this
place were in attendance at the funeral
of the late Mrs. M O'Malley. sister of
Rv. Father Coroner, wr;cu occurred
-xrenton this Doming! Y ry It-; v. J
Finnen, Rev. J F. Ureve, Thomas
Meloney, Thomas Maugan, C Don
nelly. M. W. (j'Bo)Ie, Mark McD.n
nell. P Loftns, Mrs M p. Mrs A.
McNamara, Mrs U. Con way, Mr-. J.
Ford, Mrs. J. L'oegr.v. Mrs M. Oal
l0'ber, Mrs. M. O'Malley, Miss Jennie
Conway and Miss B. 'on way.
R-v. Abel Parry, D D., an eminent
preacner of Wales, who has been at
tending the Eastern Pennsvlvanla
Welsh Baptist conference at Miners
ville. la annonnced to preach in the
Welsh Baptist church hre on May BI
Satnrlay morning Peter Strnh, a
well known resident of this place, was
struck by passenger train i'J on the
Valley road, dne at the Larkawauna
aid Moomabaffl junction at H :i0 o'clock
Mil so badly li.jared that he died tw
iionra later. Thu unfortunate man wa-.
walking along toward the station and
when on the eaat side of tho bridge,
hearing the east DOBod train approach
ing, ho st'pp-d to the west bouno
track. Just then the local passenger
train on the West Pittston branch bav
ing discharged ita passengers, was
backing out of the way of an incoming
train. Tbe rear coach of this train
struck Stroh and knocking him over on
the east bonnd tra k, in front of the
approaching train. The engine struck
nun on tbe head, crush!"!; his skull.
Stroh waa aged about 70 yars He
rted during the war ua a member of
On A lUil rsgtfnsnt, Pennsylvania
Joseph Hilvman, P. I) rshlnier and
Thomas Mangan, eommiisionura ap
poinUd to misess damages arising out
nf tha borongb using portion of the
Waddell prop rty on William street,
as a public street, heard testimony in
thecaaent the town h ill Satur lay uf
lernoon, O. S Ferria represents the
Vad I'd I estate, aud 0 F. llohan the
hoiongh. After liatouiag to tho testi
i ii " n v offered, the commissioners dn-
i ltd that us the property stands at
preaent It la worth $l,4h0 To vacate
i tie portion asked for in ordjr to widen
the atreet. thny de.-iiii d the damage
ifOOO. leaving the property worth 1800
To make uji tbe amount of damage
they tax?d nach lot from Depot atrext
to Fulton atroot $10 each, and from
Fulton street running east to tho rail
road, f a lot.
The fifteenth aemi-.innnal conven
tion of the Luzt-rue. Lackawanna and
Wyoming County Christian Endeavor
nulon will in 'et at the Plymouth Con
trregntlonal church Friday May 2ft at
10 h. m , evening meeting at the Jack
son Street Buulist church. The pro
gramme will iuolnde noma of the moat
prominent Christian workers in tin
country one of whom will be Major I).
W. WTiii He the well knoWn (Vange
list also a prominent singer. The pro-
gratiiine will Interest ev ry msmber of
ilm society, Sunday school otlicxra,
tenchera and every Christian worker,
mluletora and members or all young
peoples societies are Invited to uttend
The borough council is now getting
down to business. I3y the appoint
ment of Charles Pickering for super
visor wo are sure of having our streets
kept in good condition.
The reappointment, of Peter Mtinly
for chief police waa satisfactory to
everybody, he having fulfilled tho du
ties appertaining to hie office in a very
creditable manner last year. He will
Latest U. S. Gov't Report
sell ct his men uud present their names
to the council nt tho next meeting fur
V. J. swift, of BcrantouiB V, Hill,
of Blnghamion, and A. E Wallaoa, of
Green Grove, were Ltuetiia at the Ciin
t r ill during the week.
Miss Nellie ( lilnmi I in, of Honesdale,
ia the gUOtt of fri"iida iu town.
Martin Faery, of Soranton, haa ac
oopted a position with the Empire
brewery, of this place.
At the last meeting of tho Central
Republican club, Thomas Peaob, Wil
1 1 it in Sayera and Thomas King wore
all ola I delegates to the coming county
On Saturday Contractor
man erected a 11 Ig pole on
the S u on
Avenue si--ho.il uroiimis.
John Morgan, the Baleis avenut
mirobant, spent Sunday in Ssrsntou,
Mrs A 0 Lown Is visiting ralativsa
in riaSI N ludsor.
Miss Lillian Baker or Qhnrob stre..t,
is visiting friends in Brooklyn! N. Y.
(i S, Milliu and Thomas Bitel re
turned borne to Jersey City Batorday
afteinoon, after visltiug filonJs In this
Jesse Wagner, who Is a medioal stu
I' nt in a Philadelphia college, is home
for a fi nr moiitiis' vacation.
The luueral of J. S Jadwiu occ tired
on Saturday itfiernoon aud wis largely
BiieuueOi (wrvioas over ins remalni
were conducted by Ueve. CbarleS Las
and P. J. ll ilsley. Music was reudere I
by it qii'irtett" composed of Mivs Lillian
Jones. Ella Hubbard. A. J Wells uud
A K. Jones The pall bearers were us
follows: U H. Jiulwin, or Nv rk
oltTtB A. Jadwin, 11 il Jadwin. 0 E
I'ix. Will Hathawnv. of this city, und
U. H. Jadwin, of Scranton. There
mains were interred iu Mapluwood
Miss Francis Rockwell, of Pottsville
Is a Sliest at the home of J. S. Betry,
of Canaan street
Mr, and Mrs. John Fox and Miss
Grace Smith, of Garti Id avenue, an
on a visit to New York city.
Tne anniversary social and ontei
talnmant of Progress lodge, No. 20
which is an adjunct of the Brother
lo 1 ' f I. (".'motive Firemen, was held
in the W. W, watt building on Friday
evening nud proved a gran 1 success.
Crl Iclilnff a T.'Ung Lady.
"She would ho a pretty girl for but one
"What's thatf asked Charley.
George Her face u nlwayscovcred with
rurri!" ami red blotches.
Charley On, that's easily enough dis
posed or. Used to OS the ame wav my
self, but 1 caught ou to the trouble one
day, and got rid of it in no tune,
(ieorge What was it?
i barley Simplr bl ""1 eruption'. Took
a snort coarse of P. P. P, ! tan yon, it's
the .-., tl . l corrector. Theg-ivernor
had rheumatism so ba t that you could
hear bin holler clear across the country
everv tune h moved. II" tried it. and
you know what nu athleti" old cent be b
tow. It si inelKnty would give Miss Daisy
a pointer, she would tnank them after
ward'. All tne drug stores sell it.
The fnneral of Mrs. Patrick Gibney
look place at in a. m. Siturday.
Tin- body uf Mrs. Linbach, formerly
.miss ismma uroner, or mu place, was
brought her from Reeding for inter
uu nt 1 ri lav evening.
During the wowk a lively contest has
t een going on betwe"n th" dilf-rent
lances for bann-rs olrered Persons
itten ling tho kirin-is', piving.1 emits
and voting for their favorite dance
Among the young people the banner
was carried away hv the BoTOpipi
dancers. 1 tie Harvest dancers cap
tured the other bannor, which thoy
The insurance on the property of the
Exchange club, which was damaged b
In lire 1' rid iv morning has been aet
tied for "O. fjii.V) on gnneral lurniture
and i'.'dO on tin. I ool and billiard tallies.
Hurry Bkeels, "f Carb iiidale, att"iid-
sd the kirmess, S , nr. lav.
Miss Mains Feeley drew the (5 on
tl'.e door ticket, Friday evening.
Saturday was Carbnndalo day nt the
kirmess. A number of people from
that city was in attandanoe.
Lawrence Atkinson, or llawley, was
n visitor in town, Saturday
sties Bertna Jenkins, of scranton, is
the g Ileal or her enllsin, .Miss Stln Jon
Misa rariih.im, of Scranton, is viail
lug llon'-hdal" rel .tlvea.
Will Fasney, of Port Jervia, ia visit
log I lone d ile Incnds
Till", secret art of bemitv Ilea not In cm-
inetlrR, bat Is only in pare blond, iuhI a
henllhy iierfru in on e of the vual fin clion
to he obtained by ll-itig llurdock IIIikmI
Tim officers of ih l Keg Fund ssanncla-
tion for the ensuing year nra Qeorgl
Pemtr'i, prealdantj w, il. Lntay,
sim rt tary , anil 1 Wom van. trnaaurer
Tim mission f.ith 'rs cencludn then
labors in Hi. alary 'a Catholic church to
I tin Jerniyn UtllSsns hand have up
Iill'id for a charter.
R"V. W. Morris Davles, of Wales.
oondnotod swrvicaa In the CongregH-
lional church today.
Owing t a pin breaking seven cirs
ran ilown the plane In 1 lelaware and
Huds-ui No. 1 Shaft Saturday, stopping
work at noon, the cars were a total
Ira H. Hums has bnn appointed
attorney fur tbe borough in plaoof
George W II -lie.
Rev. Mr, Howell has rented a bouse
of John Parrel on lower Muin atreet
and x pec t h to move In thli week.
Professor VV. G. Trim and John Par
ley ti , of Forest City, spent n few hours
with Jcrinyu friends yesterday.
Owing to not k lowing how to pro
ceed. the borough oftiuials have (lone
nothing aa vet in regard to aewers, but
it is now exnerted that everything will
be In shape by .lulv 1
When Hahy vr&n side, wo p.ive ln-r Castotla.
When she srsssOhUd, sh" cried fur daataris.
When She lii'i'oni" Miss, she clung to Clitoris.
When she had Children, she gave theiu I'asturta,
mu i I
I V M laf bllbi I
tvpf i i rn
uoncludcU from K.130 i.
but secretly investigated, and ni a conse
ipiouce lettera wro ;mailed yesterday ad
vising them or the charirei against tliein.
and mat. if within tl.'lonn davs they did
not make aallsfaeinrv answer to thu gen
eral exueuttve board, they would Stand ex
pelled, onlv NiibJ -ct, to appeal to thu gun
eral assembly next fall.
THU LAW IN THU CASK.
The obargea against Powdsrly nud his
oompauion 1 are oased " te loiiowmg
laws of tlin Ivnghts, cnntaini'd iu article
.11 of 111" CllllntllllLloU:
Any me nbur of ihn order advocating Its
disruption or the withdrawal of any local
iiKHiniibh or other asssntblf from tin' order,
shall by that act stand expelled from the
The Un iii'iiini; unction was especially
framed by Powderly wimu in power t
ineei jOSt uch oaaSS as Ills own, where
maloontaots advocated the withdrawal of
trades assemblies and locals from the order,
other sections ri a l: The general execu
tive board shall, wbaO mitisfuctory hvi
denoa Is presented to them, snspaoa any
nicinliiT wlei at unv local, district, nation
al trade r Ntate assembly advocates or sd-
vl i" I Ik' to: niation of any club or other
nssiiclatlou ii"t controlled by lh laws or
the order, unless an alliance exists bo
twee. i llns older and htich in L'Ktil.ntion.
Any member "t tho order who khall
malign any officer or Bomber and
wlm .i.i fall to sustain Ills nsseriiou
by preferring, Wltbln liftei n days, chargns
n'.ini o said oilicer or lueuilnii', nud wh
Khnllfail tu tiiuvn ll.o same, upon convic
tion ol th" Offense shall be expelled.
Whenever a member of tba order uses
the public prci-s or takes to the public
platfoim to name an officer or member iu
mU' li a mamnir as to r. licet on 1 1 ... nam
ractsr or reputation of that ofllcer or
lie inber, upon siitisfiic.oi v proof of such
act to the geueral executive board, said
Im.iii I -li ,i declare the nffeiidiiig member
expelled or iu such other penalty as tim
inagniiudo of the olfensu may warrant,
subject to appeal to the guueial nesi inhly.
Withtlnao ectmnsor the eons'.ituno:i
i a i, ins, Messrs, McGnlrOi Frenoh and
Mai nu, c instituting a oiioi um of IbS gen
ral cei ntive iKiard, m-t m Huston, and
after an iuvusti ;ull .a of the charges, ex
pellsd the thm.i rns rubers as stated. Uen
-nil Secretary-tr.-.i-uivr llayes wan at
once iiotilh'il and tie letters notifying the
delinquent m-iiihers of their cx;.uision
were at once mailed from this city.
Meanwhile I'.iwdi i iv, no doubt aware
that hlM actions and ulteraucea would ulti
mately bring uh lit his expulsion, has been
casting ub nit for a Held for his peculiar
talents, and failing with the 1 ederati iii of
Labor has hit up ni the 1 rohibiliou party
In an time) -J published in the last Issue of
the Voice he denounces high license, advo
cuti s prohibition and flagellates the ealeou
Keeper SS " habitual violator or tb" law,
the door-Opener to arson, forgery and all
manner ol crime, and the briber of the po
lice, the municipal authorities aud the
ministers of liod.
DENIAL Off THE BMtPOBT.
Mr. Powderly waa seen last night at
his home on North Main avenue by a
rsiDOHl reporter, who was the fitst to
atry to him the reported action of px-
petltnent by the new general executive
mmittee. He pronounce 1 tlin report
The luwe Binding the Knights of
Labor," said Mr Pi wderljr, "say that
110 rutin ner snail ee uismissea irotn tne
order without Brat bring aiven a trial
at which to prove his innocjuc of the
Do these laws apply to any oaargo,
he was asked?
"They do, and I havs not been noti
When nsked what pert he played in
the SO-CSlled snap conference held last
month at 1 tula dxlpuia for the alleirel
purpose of banding over at bi, Mr
Powdorly's, Insttgatloa the Knights
of 1 isbor organ tz it ion to the Federation
of Labor, he said :
'Pursuant to a oall iaud by Joseph
R. Buchanan of Nw York, a confer
ence oi representatives or orgeats d
labor met for the purpua of protn d-
ing a better iin.Wslan ling and greater
harmony in ncttoti btitwen the various
organizations of labor thro-ighout the
nntry. Ibis lOOfflcUl meeting wis
officially reported us being attended by
nearly all tho rec igtiiz -1 labor leaders,
representing all branches of trades
Did j on at that meeting advocate
the ebsoroU in of the knights bv the
Federation." nneetionad tba rsportart
I did nut, nor did I prop iee our ulli-
ai.c wiin any otti. r labor orgauizi-
It was snggcHt"! by the reporter that
the obj .ct announced is the purpose of
the April Philadelphia meeting "to
promote vroatc r harm uiv, etc,, be
tween labor oi ganizatlona -might be
construed to mean just what ths ac
onsstlous against nun, Mr Powderly,
I'liat ia Impossible," li said, "be
oanas the man present at that meeting
know the views I -xpressd; they are n
nutter or reooril,
DIP NOT AliViK'ATR IHOIPIIQS).
'Win yon et.it i throagb Tag Ttn
i nk what refereiicu yon made nt the
meeting regarding any affiliation or nb
sorption of thu Knights of L ibor by
'I ssid nothing about iibaorbtloa.' ''
quickly repli"! th" erstwhllo ial.ir
''What did you sty. il oiao?''
"1 aiid the past was gone and
it was not my i ni to re
call il. Man is the only animal who
cobbles up bis own spacl'S; t tits other
divisions of th" ni. mi: il kingdom prey
only upon other species 1 saw in this
OOnferenoe the battle-marred vol Tans
of thu labor mov oiieiit. and said It
might pOSllbly bs true that II would be
better to have the work of the oonfer
ence curried op by the younger men
who had been less idontlll 'd with fac
tional l lie.
"1 was there to build up both the
Knights uf Labor and trade unions. So
long as dual organisations exist, trou
ble will ensue. Unity must no local
llrat. There Is where most lights be
gin. "Iliad Just relumed from Canada,
where the members of District
AsHsmbly, I'JiV bad been pre
paring to In iv the order. 1
told them to stay in th order, to also
have thatf crafstui"ti go Into the trad i
unions where the aff lira of the trade
could be better handled."
'I thnnahl no I a I vacated that It
Short breath, palpita
tion, weak ami sore
llun;r jdeuriay, coughs,
I col IS,SSthlUS and bron
chilis relieved in OnS
MlNl'TK by the Cirri-
cuRA Anti-Paik Piaster, the first and
only instantaneous pain-killing plaster.
For weak, painful kidneys, back ache,
uterine p.iins and weakness, it is simply
Wonderful ItSttsAsMtllS nervous forces,
and henc e cures nervous p.iins and mus
cular weakness when all others fail.
Price: 2$c; five, $i.uo. At nil druggim or by
mail. 1'oTran Unto and Cau.u. Cori ., Uouoa.
would be possible to get a confedera
tion of all the great central bo!i ?, and
.id that when this idea of union was
carried cut, general concentration of
effort could te had in times of trouble.
The union labels could receive a
greater impetus, for m -n would work
for the label in the hat instead of, as
now, for tbe soalp under the hat, I was
sure that Inspiration would ootne to tbe
entire lubor movem.'Ut from the con-
DHIJHUNTLUU LOCAL ASSEMBLIES.
'Since tbe general assembly of last
November I have received fully a thou
sand letters from local assemblies ask
ing if they should withdraw from tbe
order. I replied invariably that if tbe
order deserved their efforts in the past
It deserved them now. In every case
where I replied I urged the local as-
aomhllcH to support and stand by the
Knights of Labor with me ait of office
the same aa they, lid when I was grand
To substantiate this, Mr. Powderly
referred to bis letter copy nooks, from
which he read excerpts conforming to
the statement given above.
When naked the meaning of tbe al
leged co on to hitve himself an I two
followers elected as delegates to iitPand
the organised labor convention to be
held at St, L ous June 11. Mr. Powder
ly s ild ha had no knowledge of such a
Referring again to tho now famous
Phi ladelphlu conference, he said:
"1 recommended tbe conference to
tho grand assembly of the Knights of
L ibor treatise I b lieved apeedy action
a nsoessity I belie ved Ihe moral in-
Qn inCS of delegates would greatly aid
the result of a conference betwueu the
Knights of L tbor and other organizi
tlOOS which shoul 1 not have been de
layed nor frustrated. Although I did
not speak as thu head of the order, no
man knew butt' r than I the ardent de
sire of tho rank an 1 til" fur unity and
harmony with the trade union move
ment. II IH I'LHIXJE TU UOMI'ERS.
"My pUdg" was given to work for
this wild and in token thereof my hand
was extended t" Prealdent Oouipra, of
tha American Federation of Libor. "
Regarding a past charge preferred
against hlfn of having unlawfully re
tained property belonging to the office
f grand muster workmun of tbe
Knights of Labor, Mr. Powderly said :
"During service in my late office of
master workman 1 went to tbe expense
of building an addition to my bouse
which was necessitated by the work in
volved. 1 hud several typewriting ma
chines iu use. purchased at my own ex
pense, as well aa a groat many files,
copy books and other requisites for
which the expuusi was nm allowed to
me. I very properly consider all these
my own us my money paid for them,
yet tne demand tor them is only on of
the many matters brought up against
me and is nu a similar scale with the
matter on which 1 have conversed with
Misses Grace an I Bva Whitney, of
Susquehanna, a:. I Miss E iz heth Am
inoruian, ot Carhou laid, am tha guests
"f Miss lone Tyler, today, on KortD
Mis. F Iiallsrd, of Uoiondale, was
vlsltlnS Mrs M Woodiiisnsae, in this
P. GooolDgllsB, sr , is ill with an
attack of rheumatism
J.iuns Jol.ns, of Honeslale. visited
his son, II. IJ. Johns, on Saturday.
VaU'tliug, our thriving suburb, was
in a statu of excitement yesterday
nioruinit when it was laarned that an
attempt ut robhury had baen made
there. Tba pises seUcted by the would
b rohbfrs was GhtOTgS Weleman's
larue store. An ontrancs was neatly
made at tho front door of tha store by
prying the door and breaking pa.rt of
the lock, Aftar tbe entrance was ef
fected v. ik WSJ siarti d sjtiou thu safe
Mra William Jonoa, wbo Uvea in a
he use very near the store, light, d a
lump about 1.80 a. in. to get soma rued
lotos for an aching tooth. It is thought
that this frighlenad the burglars away,
as they left th ir woik uuGnisbel.biv
ing drilled a bolt ab ut three luchss
lung lilt" the safi Had the :ate been
"tapped," alm: $100 coul.l have been
taken A large pari of the motiev in
the safe bl. jiged to Mrs. Jous Boas
imsllOhSOfS in lbs money drawer WSI
token, but nothing BSOrS. The work
proved that it was i'.o.io by prof 'ssiou
als. A Vt ry enjoyable and pleaaant even
ing was apent this evening at th Meth
odist ptlSMSfS, the event being a re
ception tsudared to Uer. J. I' llogsn
and family Maay hands had been
husy all day preparing for the occasion.
Two largo tallies had bei-n tsstefull)
arrange I With a choice menu in the
Kpivorth league room, iu the basemen I
of the parsouago. Ice cre.im and other
I sserts were alao ssrvtd. Between
two snd three hundred SjSSStl were
In a short lima all passenger trains
that have their terminus at OstDOBdsIs
at tho pfSSSOl lime will run to Foissl
City and turn on the turn table in this
place Thla will be a great accoinmo
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