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'THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE- MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1900.
Bfrtclal to (he Scranton Tribune.
Plttston, Sept. 30. A fight look place
among a lot or drunken HunKiirlnn tit
Dupont Friday night, resulting 1 the
stabbing of Stoplien Kutlflh by Sto-
phen Bukoven. The for ,r, It la said,
hit the latter with n s no. Uukoven
' went to his boarding li ,somd secur
ing a knife, wont to the boarding
house of Kutlsh and glnahed him on
the head. The Injuiy Is not serious,
llilkoven ins nrrcstod by Constable
Curtis and taken to the AVllkes-Barro
jnll with much dlfllculty.
Anthony J. WalBh, who Is at pres
ent employed as ticket agent for the
Lehigh Valley railroad nt the Lehigh
and Bloomsbuig Junction, will lcavo
Wednesday for Dickinson college,
where he will tuko a thrco years'
course In the study of law. Mr. Walsh
will return homi every Saturday to
.look after his duties as secretary of
the boatd of Hchool control.
James Collins, of William street,
ihWho pleaded guilty In court this week
'to the charge of manslaughter In
.shooting George De-oner, of Ilnnttown,
at the saloon of Homy Vogelbaugh
several months ago, was sentenced on
Saturday. 13y older of Judge Wood
' ward, Collins will pav n line of $300,
teh costs of the prosecution, nnd un
dergo an hnpilsonmont of oIrIU years
In teh Eastern penitential y.
Eagle Hose Company, Ts'o; 1, and the
Darktown Hook and LaddoV company,
left here tonight for Newcastle, Pa.,
' where they will attend the State Fire
men's convention. The foimor com
0 pany, sixty stiong, Including the hose
. company drum corps, left nt 10.30 In
two special day ( oarhos on the Lehigh
'Valley toad. "Part of one of the
coaches was fitted out as a onto and
Is Jn chnrgo of Chef Jesse D. JFrear.
. The Ragle's cli 111 squad will partlcl
)ate In the drill contest on Thursday.
The Darktown company, with thlrty
Jive members, left on the Valley load
at 1.30 Monday morning, and hope to
captuie the " D.nktown prize in thp
parade Thursday. The loute taken by
' both companies Is by way ot Buffalo
and Ningaia Falls.
. In St. John's Roman Catholic church
this morning, over 1,000 sti lkliifr work
men took the pledge to abstain fiom
'the use of intoxicants dining the
course of the pte&ont strike. This was
In accordance to a policy announced
.."by Very Tteveiend Father I'ligone .
Onrvey last Sunday. At the 9 o'clock
mass this morning, the Inige auditor
ium of the church was fairly ciowded
with men, and nil took the pledge as
given by Father Garvey.
Hon. E. 'A. Corey letUMied home
Fildny night, after an extended visit
in Massachusetts and Maine.
"'' ' tlia Sainton 'J'nliuno. '
Fnctoiyilllc, Kepi. SO. Th M'timea's
Chiistlan Temperance union county
convention will coininenic hole In (he
Baptist church next Wednesday after
noon nt 1.30 o'clock. A complete pio
gr.imme of the convention w ill lie pub
lished in this column Wednesday mom
ing. Samuel II. Wtlgley and family, of
Scianton, spent Sunday Iioio with leht
tlves. The many friends of Assistant Post
master Sliouy Tailor aie pleased to
see him out again, after ,i .sevoie at
tack of erysipelas, lie goes on duty
again this muining.
Paulowna. Itchr-kali lodge, No. ES, In
dependent Older of Odd Fellow fr, will
meet In legular session Tuesday even
ing, when the degiee team will confer
iho Kebokah degree on one or muie
Red Jacket lodge, No. 5J1, tiidopond
ent Older of Odd Fellows, luld their
'legular election of ofllceis last Satur
day night. They wilt install on Satur
day cloning, October 13. Iteficphments
weie served, and a social good time
was Indulged In after the legular lodge
routine of business was ti.insicted.
The dischatge of Ureal ins could s"oe
plainly heaid lust Sunday In the woods
nearby, caused by some uusciupulous
scapegoats shooting squln els and other
game out of season. If ouriofhVcis and
came wardens had any o.ir for that
kind of music they could ccitalnly have
made good use of the Sunday hunting.
as well as the game law s.
The man luge of Miss Premclln llor-
tenso Uunnette, of South Gibson, Pa.,
to Robert Lewis Hughes, of Scianton,
1 Is announced to taku place on the even
ing ot October 10. Miss Uennette Is
well-known hoie, being u slstoi of Miss
Loona Bennette, the well-known milli
ner of this place.
Officer John AVrlgley, of Luko Caiey,
ra., was a caller here lust Sunday.
iy Beurdsley, of Jllngliamton,
spending a. few days heio
"'mother. Mis. Sarah Simrcll.
"hamtn High school team nlavs"
oau Hero wth Kevstono next Sat
Special ta tlie Scranlo, Tribune.
Susquehanna, fejpt, 30. Rev, J. L
Williams, of Foie.t City, has accepted
the pastorate of tin. Susquehanna Bap
The funeral of tin late Nelson R.
Comfort took place and was largely
nttneded fiom tho fauliy residence in
Harmony this afternoon. Rev. Air.
Mcekln, pastor of Ho Lunesboro
Methodist chinch officiated, The.
Windsor Masonic lodge attended in a
body, and had chat go of tho services
In tho Lancsboro cemetery
Professor Hazlett Janus Risk gavo
a recital In Juckson Inst evening.
Mrs. Chailes Homy :owiik Is at
Florence, Now Juiscy, called tlwre by
tho serious illness of her n other
It Is rumored that former Register
nnd Recorder Samuel &, Wilfjht Is
slated for tho postmastershhi of Mont
Tho semt-nnnunl meeting of tho Sus
nuehnnna County Medical Isoclety will
be held at New Mllfonl uvj Tuesday
next, , .
Mrs. E L. Weeks, of niiiglmmton,
has returned homo tioiu a llslt with
Susciiehaniia fi lends, I
The receipts of tho Harford Ifalr wero
A bay mare, eight yenrs (old, was
stolen from the bnui r ir rfc e,m.
I- ..1, .. m " .V " l.' ""'""I
in uinouii, ui 4udiir.y eyen
r. Smith la nnxloui) to pay
'tio apprehension and conilctli
Tho men of tho Kpworth Lenlsuo will
held a supper "n the Methodlsl church
parlors, October JO.
.Rey, Chailes Henry NcwlnJ, pastor
t tho Methodist chutch, will tills eyeiw
U of tho
lug begin a scries of sermons on the
Susquehanna will bo well icprcsented
nt the District Epwo'rth League meet
ing, to ho held nt Union, N. Y Octo
ber 2 nnd 3.
PROF. COLDS FOR OCTOBER.
I'ioiii' Storma and SIbii9
Theiu will bo tw"nty-ono high flood
days In America during the month of
October. This breaks alt past records
nnd. will have u tendency to stlmulnto
Americans almost Into a Btato anf man
tel Intoxication, and there may bo "hot
time" In tho soclnl and political cir
cles. No mind can conceive perhaps of
the many detestable depredations nnd
crimes that will bo committed nil over
the world! Yet, amidst all these dis
turbances tho sunshine of prosperity
will almost flood America to excess
with her prosperous rays; and she will
bpcomo the envy of tho whole world!
Her extremely prosperous position will
even excite Hie envy of tho elements
nnd they may conspire to rob her of her
peace and prospoilty ro a great ex
tent. The planets Venus, Neptune nnd
Mars, the Red Warrior, will be on the
low ebb side of the world, while tho
great) planets Saturn, Jupiter and
Bianus, and the meddlesome little Mer
cury, will be on the high flood, or
Aineiicun side. This unusual combi
nation will bring us some very exciting
scenes and experiences. For a full ex
planation of the planets' meaning read
the "Political and Social' 'paragraph.
THE STORMS AND SIGNS.
Our piedlctlon last month of thp
awful stoim conditions that would ex
ist between the Cth and 11th, and would
cause destructive hurricanes and t'idal
waves along the Gull const; and fear
ful stoims on tho Great Lakes: was
fulfilled with a vengeance unparalleled
In American hlstoiy! The grealeot
danger from regular storm periods dur
ing the current month will be between
the nth and 13th, and the 17th and 2th,
and from reactlanary storm, peilods
fiom tho 1st to the 5fh, tho 12th to the
18th, and from the 23th to the 31st. The
Gulf and Altantlc coasts must watch
out' for more destruction ty wind and
wave; and earthquakes will be most
liable to result from tho unusual plan
etary conditions that now exist. As
soon as the planets leave their pies
ent positions nnd swing mound a little
moie into the "Water Signs" great tor-,
rents of rain will fall upon Ameilca
(iul cause unprecedented floods. The
Old Countiy will experience great tiou
bles; and suffer ext'tcmely from the
power of the elements. The Islands
will be In stent danger of tidal waves;
and oui soldier boys at Manila had
better watch out. The ships upon the
high seas will expeilenco some awful
tempests; as the gaseous matter over
(he sun ia now bi diking up in gieat
POLITICAL AND SOCIAL.
Tho different political parties are
i tiled by the different planets. Thus:
In the United States, Jupiter is tiller
of the Republican patty, as can be seen
fiom the fact that th.it Is the moneyed
party; its history shows that the lead
ei s of the party and capitalists gener
ally have benefited themselves under
Its rule. "Satin n" mles the Deino
( tatle patty, as can be scon 'Uianus'
titles the Socialists, Fiee Silver, Popu
lists and nunietoiis other small parties
who advocate many new eccentric
Ideas. When we find "Jupltet" pre
dominating in one of ills dignities we
find Republican piinciples aie the
nileis as in 1888 Jupiter in Sagittarius.
Jupltei is again in the same sign this
j fin ; and Uranus is thctc too! In ISO-'
"Satin n' in Libia exalted, oven tiled
all others, consequently we had K.tturn
or Deniociatle piinciples governing us,
"Uianus" (t'he Peoples planet) now bi -lug
in tlie same sign with Jupiter will
gle them great confidence and the
Uianus (Social) element In the political
lielil will be inmu ptomlnent than ever
before. In looking at our planetary
ehait In Stoims and Signs you will see
that the thieo gteat political planctr
aie now all gioupcd together on om
side of the sun, and in the same sign
.luptler now being between the other
two planets Is the dlioct cause of the
piesent labor tioubles!
Never let- u surgeon petfoim an op
eiatlon when the moon Is In the bign
which mles that pint of the body, on
which ho would porfotm tho opeiation.
.lie best days to peifoim surgical op-
opeintlons dining the cunent month
will be the Cth, l!ith and 23th; and the
next best days will be tho 5th, 9th, 10th, !
13th. 1't'h, 22d, 23d, 24th and 29th. A;
magical operation pei formed when the
moon Is In tho same sign as when you
weie bom, would piovo fatal! Tho
best days to tlsh will bo the 3th. 0th
(best) 10th. 13th, liith. 21th, 23th anil
29th; and the next best days will be the
2d. Uth, 23d and 30th, Fish caught ut
any other Mine will not be in pioper
condition to ho eaten by man. Wed
nesday, the 27th, will be tho best tlmo
to destroy noxious weeds, The most
fni lunate days for mankind In general
timing the cut lent' month will be tho
Cth, 15th and 25th. For when to sow
gialn, transplant floweis, kill pork, pick
apples, pteserve fruit nnd all such In
foi niatlon send ton cents to Piof, C.
Coles, Kingston, l'a., and got a copy of
his Stoims nnd Signs,
Trof. C. Coles, Editor.
Kingston, Pa U, S, A Sept. 18, 1900.
LAWTON'S LAST LETTER,
"I would to God that 'the truth of
this whole Philippine situation could
be known to every one in America
as I know it. If the real history,
inspiration nnd conditions of this in
surrection, and the influences, local
and external, that now encourage the
enemy, as well as the actual possi
bilities of these islands and peoples
and their relations to this great
East, could be understood at home,
we would hear no more talk of un
just 'shooting of government Into
the .Filipinos, or of hauling down
our flag in the Philippines. If the
so-called anti-imperialists would
honestly ascertain the tiuth on 'the
ground and not in distant America,
they, whom I believe to ho honest
men and misinformed, would be con
vinced of the error of their state
ments and conclusions and of the
unfoitunate effect of their publica
tions here. ' If I ana shot by a Fili
pino bullet, it might as well come
from one. of my own men, because I
know from observations confirmed
by captured prisoners that the con
tinuance of fighting 1b ohlefly due to
reports that are sent out from
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of disease peculiar to women. Sho was on her way to Rhode, Island, going
by her physician's advice to seek rest and change, when for tho moment tho
burden of Buffering seemed too great for longer endurance, and eho fled, from
it along tho only way which seemed open to her distracted mind."
Only n woman can understand now maddening is tho perpetual pain
caused by fumalo weakness. Every day, in every town and hamlet in tho
land, thero aio women who aro saying: "I fecfas if I should gO( crazy."
The nerves are unstrung, thero is no refreshing 'ni sleep, tho appetite fails,
and to odd to nil else tho head throbs, tho backyaches, and thero is th'at cruel
bearing-down pain to endure. Physicians have 'been consulted, medicines
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GRANTS AN INCREASE
I'liiiUuili J fiom I'.irp 1.)
nothing to disturb .tho iicace aa Ions
as the atillte lasts.
OUTLOOK IS WOT
Activity of Mine Workers Puts a
Damper on Negotiations for
P,v I'xeluslto Vrc from The Atsoclalid Ties.
WllkoR-Boi re, Sept. SO. A ptonilnrnt
coal opex-ator, who Is In touch with the
negotiations now going on looking to
u settlement of tho minora' stilla1, saljl
tonight that on Htituuluy night It
loolietl very favorable for a settlement,
hut It iloeH'not look bo favorable to
night. Tho activity of the United Mine
Woykers In tho Schuylkill tcglon to
day ha kind at put a damper on
things, The committee nt opoiatmu
heje lenrn that more stienuous offortu
were put forth' by tho United .Mlnp
W'oikera today to bilng men out In tho
Schuylkill region than ut any time
since the Httlke began. The opetuor
quoted says this does not show a good
sphlt upon the part of the men ho
are directing the atil;c.
The report given out that the con
templated offer of tho companies calls
for a 5 per cent, reduction Six powder Is
crtoneous. If any i eduction Js made it
will bo uniform nnd It Is thought the
pilco will be fixed at $1.50 a keg In
stead of $2.73, as la now paid In the
AVyomlntf and Lackawanna regions.
The operatots admit that President
Ml'i-hell is now acquainted ilth some
of the plans tho companies havo In
view, but tho companies arc nut ijcal
Ing dlioct with the Untted'lUino Worltr
eis but through intoimedlailes.
THE MABKLES WILL
Notice Posted to Effect That Arbitra-
tion Continct Has Been Broken.
Dj Excliuho Wlru from The Av,odatul l'it.
Husdetoil, Tn., Sept. 30.-G. J. Jlni kle
di Co. has pohted a notice nt all of tlie
Hun's eollletles to the effect that In
aceoidanco with tho tepoit of tho com
niltteu of employes piesented last
night that the aibltaitlon agreement
between the Unit and tho men has been
Inokeu, the conti.ii't Is ended.
The dim nlso announces that It will
statt up nil Its collictlos tomoriow
morning and afford any of its omplojesi
an oppoi tuntty to woih, so long us the
collleiles aro sufllelently manned to
operate them to tho firm's natlsfactlon.
The notlcn nlso says tho piesent rate
of wages will continue until further
COAL TBADE SUFFERS.
Urgent Demand Caused by Idleness
at the Mines,
IJ.v Kxrlibhr Wire from Tho Associated Prow,
Philadelphia, Sept, 30. Tho Lodger In
Its coal article tomorrow will hitv;
The anthracite coal trade Is suffer
ing fiom a restricted Hupply, owing to
tho entoteed Idleness at the mines, nnd
at tho same time theto Is an Inoieased
and very urgent demand for coal,
caused by the geneial outlook and tlw
advancing prices. As tho work at the
mines Is now In a fair way to eaily
icsumptjon, thiougiian adjustment of
the strike, coal Bhlp'ments are expected
to re-commenco Jn ample quantities,
but It is evident that tho advanced
prices already made will bo fully nialrw
talned. Tho matket demands for coal
Will assure this, and the coal com
panies, as the most tangible icsult of
tho strike, will thus have secured
what they have so long desired, a
higher pilco for coal at the mines anil
consequently a laiger pr,flt fiom their
business. The excessive letall pi ices,
however, which have been demanded
In some localities and have not buwi
win united by actual conditions, aie al
tcady being collected.
STRIKERS WANT TO WORK.
Men at Shamokin Are Held Back
for Official Ordeis.
l)y KuIusImi WI10 fiom 'Hie Afaudalcil Press.
Hh.iuiokln, Sept. 30. Notices wero
posted hoie today by the Philadelphia
and Heading Coal and lion eompany to
tho effect that beginning with tomoi
tow, nn advance of ten per cuit. on
tho not wages of nil men and bo
would obtain. While somo htilkcrs
bald they weie icady to go to toik
In the nioinlng, othets hold that It
would not bo wIh to net until Presi
dent Mitchell had Ibsttel oflUMal notlca
ns to tho com so tho men should pur
sue. Interest Is manifested as to whether
the Heading company's collleileu will
he able to woik tomoriow Iriespoctlvo
of the question of tho iccognltlon of
tho Jllno Woikeis union by tho mine
LIVING IN JUNEAU,
Some Featuies of Life iu the Pilncl-
pnl City of Alaska.
Prom II10 WiMlilngtcm i:cnln,; Sljr.
Juneau Is not a pious town, notwith
standing it has a Methodist, u Picsby
teilan, an Episcopal, Oipek, a Catho
lic and tin Indian chinch, nil of them
tin If iy. The fact Is, Juuewii Is a good
deal Paiisluu In Its style, and Is de
cidedly wide open, aambllng places,
saloons, dance halls and dives abound,
and they appear to be u necessity of
existing conditions. Tho stieets of
Juneau, beyond tho ono ut the water
front, urt mostly uphill, and they nie
all paved with plank. Wagons are few,
ten In nil,, but there arc platform
sheds on low runneis that can slide
dow na street llko 11 toboggan. Thote
are twonty-llyo hoises hi town and one
buggy. Thero 010 twenty bicycles,
but Just whole they can run lh not
appaient. Theie Is an opeia house,
and a unique method of having shows
In It. i:eiy Filday night It is open
to the best people at ?l a seat, with
select talent fiom the vnilety shows
of the town whoie tho host people can
not grt-exeepf the men.
HoelnHy Juneau la quite gaj, and pink
nnd othtr lined teas piovail In tho af
ternoons, whllo assemblies, halls nnd
other functions tnko up the night time.
On special occasions flowers aro or
deied fiom Seattle, Thero nut twenry
ilvo or thlity ladles, who 1110 promi
nent in society and enteitaln. Men
aio plenty, but thero are few unniar
1 led women, and there Is an urgent
demand for them.
Them are two banks and tho stores
aio vey large, with lino window dis
plays. One 111 m payn Its window
dimmer $io:. a mouth, What :i,r,oo
slzed town 'In the States does its well
as that? Extensive stocks aio cart led,
uinnlng fiom 110,000 to $150,000 with
annual sales tunning as high ni, $350,.
000 at lotnll. There Is a big business
done In Indian cm Ins, the Indians soil
ing ns high as $20,000 worth a year
fiom their houses and on tho streets.
One exclusion steamer last season eat
iled out $'1,000 woith of Indian baskets.
The pi ess Is lepicsented by the Dis
patch (dally), and Its weekly, the Moin
ing liocoid, by 1J, C, Uussell, Jr a
hustler; tho Alaska Miner and tho
Tiuth uie weeklies.
Theto are two or Ihtve libraries and
frio rending rooms maintained by tho
citizens, and thoy aio nil well pation
Isscd. Dealets sell huge quantities of
paper-back novels as well, nnd till the
petlodlcals of the Kast lire In eager
,Theio Is no pollco In Juneau, tho po
lice function being in the hands of de
puty United states niaishals and theie
Is little disorder. The fact that' a man
can find trouble yeiy easily If ho Is
(looking for It atts as a detcirent to
disoider, and setups are few and fur
between. Nobody hUB been shot with
in a yeur, About u year ago, a deputy
marshal wus killed and t'mee wounded.
This seems to have cleuicd tho at-
mospheie morally. Nothing on eaith
could do It moljorologlcally, for
Juneau has a cllmato that Is all cloud
and fog and mist nnd rain for about
307 duys In t'he year.
All kinds of hardy vegetables aro
t.ilsed around the town, and one man
has u not ni gaiden wheio roses and
other floweis floil.sh as the gieen bay
ttee. Pi Ices nr quite, reasonable. Oood
bonul may be bad ut fiom $5 to $(! a
week, nnd looms nt from $10 to $20 n
month. Diinks are U.'i cents each, ex
cept beer, which is IB cent's, anil :lgai3
aio to he had, and the tlme-trlod,
tlio-testcd Pittsburg nnd AVheollng
stoglo ran bo had nt "two fer," or $2
a hundred. A shave costs a quarter,
and u half cut' CO cents. Hest hotels,
which have water, electric light and
all tho model n Improvements, charge
$2 and $3 a day, and some very fair
an low as $1 a day. Juneau, a thousand
miles from evoiy where, Is a cheapor
place to llvo In, com f tut for comfort,
than New Ynik city Is, which Is in tho
midst of everything.
Tho town Is lighted by electtlclty
fiom a lino plant and It has wntei
works, supplied by mountain streams
so high up that there Is foroe enough
to thiow water all over town. It Is
cold water, too, and beautifully clear.
Forty-llvo meiehantstand other pei
sons havo telephones. A brass band ol
twelve pieces wakes the echoes now
and then, nnd ns long as tho echoes do
nor complain, nobody elso ought to or
CAMPANIA'S SLOW VOYAGE.
By i:xeluslo Wile from '1 ho Associated I'rev.
Xov Yoik, Sint. SO, llio CiiuaiJ line steam
ir Cjmpjiili aiihnl tliU mm iilng (mm l.heipool
Dial (Jiici i.stmwi ufUi 4 U'ly piutratteil o)itrc,
caiisiil by i'iiiso foj Uuibig which the iiitne
were blowul itomt.
(ly i'xiliuho Wire troin Tho Associated Press.
,Sw Vorl, h)t. CO .lulled: Cunpanla fiom
l.tuii'oul. Oiuciittoivn Salluli IHrurla, Llm
pool. New YvK(7boutli4iiiptoi)- Anhcil: Ilai.
liaroiua for lluwn'rt( '(ai d proccedid), Sailed:
'1'iaw, fnurHlrcmru, Cliuiwurif, etc.
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