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THE SCKANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1901.
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MATTIE HUGHES BROWN.
71 Former Cnrbondalo Iady to Whom
. New York Newspapers Devoto
For tho past few days readers of
'the New York newspapers have boon
legated with accounts of an action
brought by Mrs. Mnrtlia II. llrown
nijnlniit Michael Angelo Salvntoro
Slorlo Vulerl, "Count Ol Yorschottl,
House of Savoy, Swiss Italy," bill
.otherwise Angelo Vulerl, nil artist,
v.ho was arrested on Wednesday nlRht
on tier complaint for tho larceny of a
solitaire diamond ring, valued nt J1S5.
The "count" i erased to dlcus tho
case In couit when arraigned before
Magistrate Olnistend In the West Side
police court Thursday morning.
It now transpire that the lady who
Is alleged to have lot the ling Is Mi.
Mnttle Hughes Iiiown, daughter nf
,Mr. nivl Mrs. Reese Hughes, of Salem
lUTnue, this city. She Is very well
known hero, having lived hero with
her parents since childhood. Tho fol
lowing narrative of Mrs. Urown'n
roubles with the count is taken from
the New York Fun;
On llic Mutttr of the ttrsl t'ciij-mentli street
Hku Motion he I Aw!" Win I, it c ol'1.
.uli-t, address uln-ed. AiirnlliiR to tlio com
pl.ilnint jK-ili.it Mm. Mn. Maith.i II I'.rown, lie
mils hlin-tll MlihclilUilo jliati.rc Malio Vulerl,
tnuiit 11 Vtrscheltl, house ot .-.noy, Shim
Italy, noliUiniiT, aitist. author nil ilauiibUt.
Mi llrown lIiJikp him "I"1 Bi-O'd lartvuv in
ih.it Iio stole a illunionil rlticr lirni licr and
aitcinptett to hla.-km.ill In writing letttrs to lier,
tiinatciilntc to I'Spow uci le.il iluunitir i( the
llliltl't Kite liim Jl.onO.
Mrs. Ilruwn Is a lilow and li.es .it wt
I'llty-slxtli street. She M about K! Jtars old,
mid it n imwlii.in, (one vtilur, tinker, pliy
might mill poetctl. .Mie It tin- iiutlicir, she mjs.
of "JeMis, tliv LUlit nf tl.o WmlH," a reliitiuu
onif, Jinl "When Tall Wild llii& llluom," which
li said io he uiiii n'jn lifter liny late Iven
tamed. Another noik vtliltli she has in manu
script, nhr eats, it a 1J1011 story iiitltliil 'Tour
Montlii' Acnujiiitanic with an lt.ili.ui Count."
Mr llrown Rij that the count h.'S In en u
Must of llaiker ililioioll at tho ImiiUi'h coun
tty home at lllicrilaln on tl.c Hudson, Is a
fiicnd of the Count and CountiM Caslt-lluiM
and tomes of one of the but families In ll.ll).
Mic kiIh her Information iiom liim. The troubles
that led up to lur.liii'ni; the c mint urreited
ire ilffiritu'd to a Sun npoilir lat night by
Mrs. llrown as (uIIomm:
"I hnt lint lum lat Oi toiler at a musUMle
KUtn at tho Waldorf-AitoiU. Tho count w.vi a
.uet and 1 rani! and routed. I va IntrMluced
tu 111 in and he asked psipilrtlcn to call im inc.
I gac liim icnnllou and he tilled at my
I.oum? tecral timeii. On one ociaslon lie uu
aeslcd that ho would glic inc lrssotw in 1'rcnrh
mmcrsitlon If 1 would le.it It lum mutir. Tlili
.js osricd upon and Me had a number oi lea
,on, "f.at Fiinnner irj foil,- came on from Scuiiton,
where II iy lae, to Nit. At my lioime the
i mint nut my fitlicr. )lif;ro my father left for
ho'iic the i omit .i-k d him tor permission to
propo-e to im Mv fither Mid ho wouldnt al
low any null tlilnn. but the count propoied
aiij nay and 1 rij'ited liim. He propoed so
iril times utter that hut eieli time he cot the
lame unswer. The fir.t time I u jetted him he
lude me Ri.od-hy lili tmi' In tils tis, hut he
Kipt lalling in nic Jut t lie Mine after that.
Onto iihen I told him that I wouldn't marry
liim he threatened to 1.111 uie, but I didn't tntnd
II, bei'.iuc I only attiibut d It to lilt r.clt.ildo
llallnn natiire At nnolliir time he i-lmweil me
ii pearl handled stiletto, and said he uoutil 1.111
tilth it if I didn't Income lil-i wife, but 2
didn't inind uthei.
"The lit lime I saw lum was on Jan. 10. Ho
uillid at my home in the mniliir. When he
i.inio in 1 nan IniliiR u lib ,i hulltalrc diamuiid
iind( 1 as itilpplni; it oil and on my HiRer, and
it divppid inlo mi lap. 'I lie tount piiked it up
in I aihiilii'd it urv imiih. He put it on till
III Kit and l.c jt it Mm re. When be was Koln I
hinted In i delitate imiiiur mi .11 not to bo
Hide, nti Know llul I umld like to hue the
liniT link. Hut In- furtrut to ntuin it. That
iItt w.n wortli 1"'.
"I In- ih'M ilav I Mioie him .1 letter mcjieitini;
Hut he return Ihe uu, Ho didn't do it, but in
lead wrole me a Ifller tint wis scurrilous and
imleit nt. 'I lie btlir tontalnid all Kinds ol
iluiti". Aflir that I not .1 litter nlmot ciery
div trom him. Mali litter was wornc than the
l.ul. He slid that he would tahe means to ex
pose in line tlnriiier .mil that he would ruin
me liinr.illy, mentally and imlirlilly if t didn't
end him 1 1 hr k li.rjfl.noO. Hire Is a quotation
from ihe lat letter f" rtipUt-il:
"'I will ml'ii my papas exnneratlm; you
fi.iiii all Kiiilt l.u' a ihnk for l,i.'
"Oh, 1 wii iieaily worilid to dialli, I didn't
know whit to do, I Incline lnsKric.il and
biokiu dowu in inind ami body.
"'in imrea-e my IruuUis I bewail to receive
teli phone iiirh.niei at all li'iur. 'ihe messages
purp'jitnl to tome from a nun tianii-d Lewis and
-miihiIiih'ii tli,. miii would hay he was Cameron.
'I hey would a-k me If the tount was itopplni;
with pie, oi l( In was hire at the time. Itai
aniinjcil In all wirt-t ol injii, My father came
in tin. ill) aUnit ilo di auo he i-aid the best
lliint! to td was to notlty the police. 1 didn't
llk'S the niifoiietv I wat Hire would follow, but
I went io Captain Donahue and explained ever
tTjIuf, Io him. lie has cot the leitus I neehed
liom the inunt."
Captain Iluiiahue told Detectlte Pale to make
an iiiicitlcatlou of Mis. llrown's chari;c, Dale
lold Mr. Iiiown to wiile a decoy letter to the
tount, i-j.Wm.- Hut all the could latic was $o00,
and mkliiK all appoiiilmeut with liim to call at
her homo. In reply she not a letter Irom the
iiiiint, Milnpr that the inunt was (,'olni; to lhlla
il'lphla mr was soriy, but totihl not keep the
ipli'iinlnieiit iut then. .Mrs. Iiiown wrotu liim
.motlicr lit li r ut tlie iustnnee of the tletcttlic
atkim; Hie tnuiit to rail ut her bouse last night.
Mie told him that lie had maniied to Kft the
1,imi, whnh lie would (,'iie him,
Mr-. llrown and the deteithe were walllm; at
Mrf,"prtrll,- hone Jat nljiht lor the count to
"I'PWJ " "'O '" ld I'lm tame a ini.eii(rtr I.ov
with n letter lor lrs. Itrown. The letter was
from the roimt. Mie wmto him unotlier note
and sac the uolu to Ihe nitssenirer buy. The ile.
people are killed every year in this
country by CONSUMPTION. The
fault js theirs. No one need have
consumption. It is not hereditary.
It is brought on by neglect. You
have a;slight cold and cough. You
do nothing to get rid of it.
wj!j;cure a -cqugh or cold in one
"Shiloh's Is an unfailing cuic lor coniba,
throat and lung troubles. It will cart con
sumption, II is a remarkable remedy,"
A. . SALTER, M. li., UuOalo, N. Y.
hlloh'tt Consumption Care It told bruit
VuajgltU tit Soe, SOc, St.00 ft botllf. A
r Muted furute Koet with oTry bottlt.
f you ore nntiatltflnil ko to your druggttl
utl set yuur money back,
Wrlia for Illustrated took en contunpltoa, Stnt
-' t rt yeu. g, C.'YftUt Co., LtRoy.M.Y,
(eetho lollontd the tnewenscr boy and trailed
Mm to a falooti at Kltt -second street and r.lRlilli
Blcnue. Tlnre hfaw the boy hind .Mrs. llrown'
note to (tood looklmt man with a Van Dke
beard and a ltiR-lni coat. The ilcleclbe arrested
the man. "l'ltac let me ro," nld the man,
"the lady wants to sec me at onre."
The tleteethc mid the lady would wc liim
laler and started with liim for the station. The
count threw the Hter In the air and went along
with the deleithe. At Kllt-flrt street ho
shouledt "I must we the lady," but Dale
piiuthed 1dm and thin lie went along pcaicably.
He refused to say un thing nbout himself at the
station. The detrcthe said he had found Mrs.
lt... ..i. .InA.. Ul. In 1m titUnlipr's tiiuklt.
IIIUKII, IIVVUJ llllll ... ."' ,' -
and also a number ot othir letters which, the
d teethe said. Indicated tint be was playing the
same sort of a game on another woman.
When be was being taken to u, lell tho count
"I suppose I will go to prison fur llttecn years
fur llib, but I won't tell anything about her."
A Popular Company Coming to the
Grand Next Week.
TlicIIoldcn Comedy company guaran
teed to be among the largest and best
lionular priced companies traveling will
open a week's engagement nt the Grand
opera lioue on Monday next in tne
sensational melodrama, "The Diamond
Breaker." The Holdens carry twenty
live dramatic and speclnlty people r.nd
two car loads of special scenery. All
their different productions will bo pro
duced with special scenery and me
ctmnlcal effects. -
Among the specialty features arc
Dubec and Itnslyn, animal nctors; I'io
fessor Apt. dissolving views; tho Oen
nell sisters, (lertrude Mudge, Joe Wil
lard, .Chatles Uuieh, Will Williams and
otheis. Ladles will be admitted on la
eent tickets Monday night If reserved
before C p. in. Scats now selling.
A Pastor's Acknowledgment.
Editor of The Tiihuni', (lirbontlili
St. Paul's Lutheran Chut eh can be
much congratulation on being able to
count among their trustees so faith
ful and careful a man as Louis Gru
mei". Yesterday, when I paid off (In
Seranton) the amount due on a certain
mortgage on our chutch to tho Welsh
Baptist Association, ho took the pains,
In the midst of his pressing court du
ties, to scrutinize carefully the quali
fications of the officer pretending to
represent said corporation to receive
In such matters tho greatest pre
caution is to bo taken, and we feel
much obliged to Lewis Oramer, who
lias safely bandied our congregation
through the Scylln and Chnrybdls of
this kind of secular elitneh mutter.
F. Khiinccr, Pastor.
Carbondale, Feb. 1.1.
Three Organ Recitals.
Theie will be three organ reeltaH
given In the Tilnity Piotestant Episco
pal church during Lent, the first one of
which will "be rendered on Tuesday
evening, Febiuary 20. Thisinitial le
cital will be given by the famous player
of Scranton, Charles II. Doeti-am. lie
will be assisted by vocalists from the
Second Presbyterian church choir of
that city, among whom will be Iladp'.i
Williams, the baritone singer; .Sus.in
Black, contralto, and Mist ilarriignti.
The dliectnr of the. second u-cltal, to
be given two woks later, lias not yet
been decided upon. The third recital,
which will take place nbout March "it.
will probably be conducted by Iluydn
Kvnns, of this city.
The tickets for tho course will bp
very reasonable, 73 cents only. The
proceeds are to be given to the organ
fund, and It Is hoped that enough will
be realized to complete tho beautiful
instrument now so nearly llnlshed.
Services to Be Repeated.
At the Trinity Protestant Episcopal
church on Sunday the beautiful ser
vices that maiked the opening of the
now edifice on last Sunday will be le
peated, except, of course, that portion
which was borne by visiting clergy
men. The choral part will be given in
its entirety. t was Miss Mlna Frank,
Instead of Mrs. Oeoige Mills, who sang
the beautiful solo on Sunday morning,
and tho former vocalist will favor the
congregation In a like manner tomor
row morning. During the past week
many" encomiums have been heard In
regard to Miss Flunk's volco und ren
dering of this portion of tho musical
services, and also for the director, T.
Griffin Smith, for the excellence of his
training of the choir.
Tomorrow's Music at the Congrega
The following musical service will be
given nt the First rougreKatlonal
church tomorrow evening, under the
direction of Mr. Nuylor:
llolj, Holy, Holy, In unison Choir
lb urn ConsiTKntliui
ltesroinc, "Sun of Mj Soul" DjiiLi
(t'onti.ilto Solo ami Qiurtette).
MUes Knwler ami Wllrox, Jliwrs.
Dal tie ami KeUeu.
Offertory s Selntid
Antliein, ",cnil Out Thy Mk'lit" (Juonnil
11 I"" L'onsreaMtlon
To Preach in Torest City.
Itev. H. J. Whalen, D. D., pastor ot
the Herean Baptist rhurch, will preach
In the Forest City Hantlst church to
morrow at 3 In the afternoon. Ho
will, however, conduct his regular ser
vice in this city as usual.
Meetings Tomorrow Night.
Oermanla Singing Roclety.
Knights of Father Mathew.
K. K. llendiick Lodge, No. 91, n. R.
Central Labor Union.
Clgarmnkers' Union, No, 439.
H. If. Dotterer Lodge, No. 1GB, It. ot
Division No. 13, Anejent Order ,H(
bernlnns, Court' Lily, No,, n", Foresters 'of
Diamond Lodge, No, art, Bhleld of
Fair of Columbia Hose company.
; Burled in St. Hose.
Undertaker William Morrison yester
day afternoon conducted tho funeial
of little Wllllo Swartz, 6t Forest City.
Tho little one died Thursday of an In
fantile jMlwpnt, v
E.L. I latficlJ, man
ager ol the Carbon
dale edition, will ba
pleased to receive
callers seeking Infor
mation or desirous ol
Imparting It. Tele
phone numbers: New
386: old, 043J.
WALKING WAS POOIt.
But Fell Township Citizens Had to
Kx-Treasurer Corby nnd Christmas
Davis, of Fell township, took a trip
out to Crystal lake on Thursday after
noon behind a horso owned by other
parties uud In a cutter. After enjoy
ing tho spectnelo of the fast horses be- i
Ing "tried out" on the Ice, they started
for home. It was very cold on tho
home wind trip and when they reached
the cozy hotel ot Joe Scheck they de
cided to get out of thd cutter and lim
ber up beside tho stove.
The warm atmosphere of tho Hill
side house was conducive to a longer
stay than at first contemplated. After
Home reminiscences lnsphed by the ttf- '
ternoon's sport hud been resurrected
the two Fell townshlppera started out
to resume their Journey homeward. Tho
horse wasn't where he had been left
lied nnd there wore no Indications of
a runaway, ho they surmised that
someono must have eloped with It.
Iluttonlng their overcoats closely
they started for their long trip to this
city to look up the missing equine. On
Dundnff stieet a citizen told them he
had heen n "cop" taking a rig to the
central city a short time before. They
made n complete Inventory of all tho
livery stables in town without suc
cess. Inquiry nt Simpson last night re
vealed the fact that tho owner of thu
horse was seen driving blip yesterday
afternoon. How nnd where lie recov
ered the animal could not bo learned.
Degrees to Be Conferred on Knight3
of Malta at Scranton.
A special convocation of the Grant!
Commnnilcry of Pennsylvania, Ancient
Knlshts of Jlaltu, will be hold in tho
council chamber at the Knights ot
Malta temple, Scrunton, this evening
for the purpose ot conferring tlie past
communiicrs' degiec on a number of
candidates. Grand Commander J. Lleb
eiiHliercer, of Hnzleton, will conduct
tho lmpiesslve services.
Past Commanders l It. Illller and
Oscar Morgan, of Temple commandery,
No. 2S8, of this city, will be In attend
ance and receive the lionoi?.
The young people of the High School
I.lterarv society were addressed last
evening by Hon. J. J. O'Neill on
"Alexander Hamilton from an Orator's
Standpoint." The meeting was open to
the public nnd quite a number of peo
ple not members of the society were
present. They were amply repaid, ,13
the address, although short, was an
exceedingly Interesting one. IIx-Mnyor
O'Neill Is one of the most accomplished
writers in tho county and without
question the best speaker. Ho held thu
close attention of his hearers from the
start, and the menibeis of the society
received much valuable Information on
tho life and character ot Hamilton. A
number of selections were given by
menibeis of the society and all were
Lackawanna encampment, No. -lf!,
Improved Order ot Odd Fellows, met
Inst night nnd nominated officers. As
a nomination Is equivalent to un Elec
tion, except In tho case of scribe, the
following will fill the chairs of the
order during the forthcoming term:
Chief patriarch, Frank Love; high
priest, i:. II. Stone; senior warden,
George Hatey; Junior warden, Charles
Whitelock; scribe, Harry J. Hall and
G. W. Hughes. On March 1 the elec
tion will be held nnd on March 15 a
grand public Installation.
The present sctlbe, John It. Price,
has held the olllco llfteen years, but
declined another re-nomiiintlon.
Conducted tho Ceremonies.
It. A. Kelly, of this city, grand trus
tee and district deputy of the Cathollo
Mutual Benefit association, was in
1'Orest (Jlty, Thursday night, where he
conducted the ceremony admitting sev
eral new menibeis to tho 'branch of tho
order In that place. Since Mr. Kelly
has been at the head of thu order In
this section it has made constant and
rapid progress nnd Is now one of the
strongest beneficial societies In this
part of the state.
May Be Postponed.
The young ladles ot St. Rose parish
had arranged to hold a euchre purty
on Monday night for tho benellt of the
church building fund. Klabornte prep
arations have been made and tho card-
players of tho parish had anticipated
a most delightful evening. Owing to
the funeral nf the late Father Nealon
being held Monday and the Illness ot
Very Itev. Father Coffey, it la prob
ablii the event will bo postponed till
later In tho week.
Now Church Officers.
A special meeting of tho vestrymen
ot Trinity Protestant Kplscopal church
was held on Thursday evening, at
which ISd win K. Hainden, who recently
removed, to Ijlughaiiiton, tendered his
resignation as a vestryman and junior
warden, .lohn Orchard was elected as
a vestryinnn In his stead, and W. It.
Morris, Junior warden.
Masons Go to Scranton.
A number of Mason fioni this city
made a fraternal visit to Union lodge,
Free and Accepted Masons, of Scran
ton, last uvenlug, to witness the eon.
ferrlng ot the third degree upon four
Mrs. Bradley's Funeral.
Tho funeral of Mrs. William Bradley
wits held yesteiday nf tin noon from her
Into homo on Powderly road, tho cor
tege reaching St, Rose's chinch at
r Cures all Throat aud Luug Affections.
W. Get tlie gcuulue. Kefusesubstltutcs. A
Citation Oil nirfja UhuuuUsui, 15 (t 3 J ctl,
4 o'clock. Interment was made In St.
lloso cemetery. An tinusunllV large
number of friends or tho departod
woman accompanied her remains to
their Inst resting plnce. Jtcv. Walter
A. Gorman gave the blessing, Tho
pall-boarcrs were William McAllister,
James Mason, Mlehnel Dwyer, Pat
rick CllfffTord, Mai tin Ocrrlty, Hugh
(lenity and Joseph Waller.
Coal Trains Delayed.
The crows of the coal nnd freight
trulns on the Delawuro und Hudson
and Erie roads north of this city tire
having a hard time of It during the
present weather conditions. Home who
reached this city yesterday morning
told of six tinlns being snowed In and
stalled up ut Herrlck. One of these
crews had been out thirty hours,' un
otlier twenty-nine, nnd all had stories
to tell that sounded like experiences of
the Northwpnt. Tim Nn. 4 nxnross
train from Albany has been late every
night for over a week. It Is due In
this city at 10.01 p. in., but was de
layed until 4.15 n. m. Thursday morn
ing. A New Motor Plant.
Tho Delaware and Hudson Cont
company Is nbout 'to erect a new
motor plant for tho rurposo of fur
nishing power for nn endless cnblo
In No. 3 shaft. This plant will also
furnish the power for a lino to be
run from the mouth of No, I tunnel
to the foot of the outside plane. Tho
company havu also replaced the two
large punipt 'roceritly t'pstroyed by
lite nt No. 3 shaft, and .much credit
Ir tlue lldwnrd Blake and Frank Fra
ney for their prompt and cdlclenti
scrvico In so short a period.
Minnie Reese's Funeral.
The funerul of Miss Minnie Reese,
who died nt the Carbondale Kmergency
hospital on Thursday night from In
juries received by being struck by an
engine attached to 11 passenger train
on tho Ontario and Western railroad
tho previous day, will be held tomor
row morning nt the First Presbyterian
church ut S.30 o'clock. Itev. Charles
Lee will preach tho funeral sermon'.
Tho remains will be taken to Horios
dnlc on the 9.40 n. m. train.
Todny Is the thirteenth anniversary
of the birth of Minnie.
At the Cycle Club.
At the pool tournament of tho Car
bondale Cycle club last evening J. A.
Hoole (second class) defeated L. K.
Roberts (third class) by the one-sided
score of io-23. In tho second game A.
L. Stewart (second class) got away
with C. Humphiey (thlid class) by CO
to 37. This is the first game that
Humphrey has lost. The contest has
now narrowed down to fourteen par
ticipants. The Germania's Dance.
On Monday evening next the Ger
tnnnia Singing society will conduct a
pre-lenten dance n in Gennanla hall.
Prof. John C. Firth has been seemed
to furnish the music of the evening.
Of late years tho Germanlas have been
taking a potential part In amusement
mutters, nnd their widely known hos
pitality will undoubtedly attract n
hearty responso Monday evening.
Fifth Annual Dinner.
All of the local agents of the Pru
dential Insurance company will attend
the fifth annual dinner to be given by
the company at tho Hotel Terrace In
Scranton this evening. The reception
will be given ut 7 o'clock and dinner
will begin half an hour later.
Were Dumped Out.
A couple of young men were cutter
riding last night. In turning the cor
ner ut Main street and Salem avenuo
the runner caught In tho street car
tracks and the young fellows were
thrown out, tho cutter being over
turned. No damage was done.
To Make nepnirs.
Considerable repairs are to be made
In the barber shop of A. O. Fldlam, on
Main street. When completed Mr.
Fldlam will have one of the most up-to-date
barber shops In tho city.
Delaware and Hudson Pay.
The employes of the Delaware and
Hudson main load were paid yester
day, and on Thursday the Honesdale
branch men received remuneration for
their January labor.
The Passing Throng.
John Naylor was In Scinnton yes
terday. Mrs. Thomas Horan, of Scott street,
Is III with pneumonia.
Hon. M. F. Snndo, of Scranton, was
a visitor here Thursday.
Daniel Davis, ot this ity, is visltlnj?
Mrs. Basson, of Scranton.
Dr. Fletcher went to Susquehanna
last evening on a business trip.
Miss Annie McAndrew, of Prompton,
Is visiting her mother on Mill street.
Miss Robinson, the trained nurse,
is attending Mrs. Walsh, of Mayfleld,
who Is very ill.
Sam Burros, of New York city, has
accepted a position with his cousin,
Isaao Ituiros, of tlie Palace restaur
ant. Mrs. Geoigo Bell nnd f.on Joseph, of
Peckvllle, are guests of Mrs, Bell's
sister, Mrs. Melvln K. Whiting, of
Arthur Thomas left yesterday for
Wilkes-Barre, where he has accepted
a position with the Central Pennsyl
vania Telephone company.
Itlchnrd Budd, of Uelmont street, Is
confined to his homo with the grip.
Lawrence Gillen Is lining the position
nt the local coal pockets made vacant
by Mr. Budd's Illness.
AT THE CHURCHES SUNDAY.
Firet Congicgattotul, corner KIkIiIIi aur.ue ami
South Churcli (tied llev. M. l Kllott, putor.
SaWialli K'nlcoi, 10. nil a. 111. and 7.30 p. 111,;
Sunday school, 2 p, in,; Y. I'. H. ('. i: IU3 p.
in.! iraicr sorilic, 'llmrsJay cit'iiliiff at T.;:o
oYlock. Toniormw the iator speaks at both
mnrnli'i; nnd ctcnlnn serilcc. The cionlni; topic
will he "'Ihe lluly Spirit." Heats free. To
Uipm? srrilcis thi' puhllT Is cordially wclromtd,
l'ii.t (St. Paul's) I.ullit ran Uumli, ('lunch
strict Hi v. P.. Khlncrrr, pastor. (Jiilncjuasojliiia
Sunday, SuMiath sihoul, K.30 a. 111.; smites,
1U.S0 a, 111. Suhjut of the sermon, "ClirUl
foretells Ills SurTrrliiKi." .Ml will Und a wel
Irlnllj Protentant KpUtopjl ihuitli, r Klwr
street Itev. It. A, Sawjcr, reclor-, reildiuce, C-i
ltlvir utri'il (ulniiUKCslmi Sunday. 8 a, in,,
holy communion In the chapel 1 10.30 a. 111,,
morning prajer ami sermon; 7.30 p. in,, ctculng
prajer and sermon, tiotli of theiti latter lieiiiR
held In tlio new church. "Urn wrilces tomor
row will ho a largely a repetition of last Sun
day's opening ten Ices.
Tint McthodUt Kplscopal church, Noitli Omich
street, rear Salem avenue llev. A. 1". ClialTcc,
pastor) residence, 70 Terraco street Sunday ser
vices, 0.30 a. m.l morning; prayers, 10.30 a, tu.
and ?,30 p. in., preaclilnit iy the pastor) flat
meeting following the morning servlccsl Sumlay
school at 12 m.; JAilor league at Sp. in.; Senior
league At 0.30,
Welsh Mctliintlat, South Church tlreet, corner
Ninth aienui llev. W. Hails, of Hellenic, wilt
preach at both the morning ami evening services,
Itev, Mr. Hails Is a talented speaker and It Is
imped he will he greeted by a large congregation.
In fact, the people of this church are. planning
tor a sort of rc'iinlon of all the former parishion
ers at theso services. The morning scnlcc will
lie held ot 10.80 ami the eienlng service at 0
o'clock, so that all nho wish to attend services
In tho other churches can hear llev. Mr. lltvls and
not he Incomentenced.
Drrean uaplbt church, corner Lincoln avtnue
and North Church street llev. II. .1. Whalen,
1). p., pastor) residence 33 Lincoln mciiuc. Sun.
day sen Ices, 10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. mid
week services, Thursday, 7.30 p. in.; Young l'eo.
plo'a Society of Christian I'.mleaior meets at fi.30
en Sunday eienlng) Junior Sotlety of Christian
Lndeavor meets Sunday at 3.30 p. m.) Kunday
sthool at 12 m.
Klrst t'reshjterlan, North Church street, near
Salem aienuc llev. Charles Lee, pastor; lesl
tlence, id North Church street. Sunday senlccs,
10.30 a. til. and 7.30 p. m. ! weekly prajer meet
ing on Thursday cicniiig at 7.30 o clotk.
Church of St. Hose do l.lmi, North Church
sheet, opposite Park place llei. Thomas V. Cof
fey, rector; residence, (1 North Church strict.
I Assistants, llev. John Dixon and llev, Wallir
Church of Our Lady of Mount Cornel, 1'all
hrook street Ucv. O. S. Ctrrutl, rcttor. Ser
vices at 8 and 10.30 a. m. Sunday,
JERAIYN AND A.AYFIELD.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Hop
kins took place yesterday afternoon.
Serlvces wen; held ut the homo of her
granddaughter, Mrs. Job Williams, of
Fourth street, where a largo number
of the friends of tho deceased woman
assembled to take part In the last sad
rites. Interment was made In the Jer
myn borough cemetery.
An Illuminated leetur ot great In
terest, entitled "Christ in Art," or the
world's mnsterpleees, Including tho
sublime rnslou Play, will bo given In
th" First Pantlst church. In the
course of the entertainment 2.000 feet
of moving picture film will be used In
the wonderful Kdlson stereo-ptoji cl
ing klnetoscope. The entertainment
comes highly recommended, nnd the
reasonable admlton charged ought
to Insure It a liberal patronage. Thr?
church doors will be open at 7 o'clock.
Admission, 2." and 15 cents.
Will unload a car of hay Monday.
All orders delivered from the car nt
SmC. per hundred. Send In order to
day. J. D. Stocker's Union Store.
Mr. John Tieceve, of West Moyllcld.
and Miss Maude Yarns, of this bor
ough, werp quietly married at the Elm
Park church. Scranton, by Rev. Dr.
Glflln on Wednesday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Theodore Townsond
nnd family, of Bacon street, who have
ben residents of this borough, will
leave on Monday to take up their tesl
dence at Caibondale. Asslrtant Mine
Foreman Mason will move Into their
pro erty here.
Mrs. C Sampson and .laughter Min
nie, ot Carbondale, spent yesterday nt
the homo of Mrs. Frank Barber, of
South Main street.
The revival meetings which have
been In progress during Ihe past w ok
nt the Methodht Episcopal church
have been very pucposful, and tho
meetings will be continued next werk.
Mis, II. N. Barrett, of Second street,
hns been at Mlddleton, N. V., thin
week attending the funeral of a rela
The members of the Young Men's
Bible class of tho Primitive Methodist
chinch will conduct a tin and shingle
social In Lloyd's hall next Tuesday
evening. Tickets, 15 cents.
Rev. Rogers Israel, D. D., of Scran
ton, will conduct tho Episcopal ser
vices In Edwards' hall tomortow after
noon at 2'Sfl o'clock.
At the concert given under the aus
pices of Division 27, Ancient Order of
Hibernians, the following programme
will bo rendeted: Opening lemnrks,
chaliman; solo. Master James Loftus,
selection, Miss Jessie L. Sterns; polo,
Miss Mnrgatet Evans; dancing, A. F.
Murphy: address, M. F. I'onry, esq.,
Scranton; solo, Miss Sadie Timlin,
Jermyn; monologue, Gertrude Hiin
nlek: solo, Mrs. M. E. Dardls; solo,
M. Heffron. Accompanist, Miss Nettie
McDonnell. At the close of the con
cert a social will bo held In Muhnn's
hull. Hays Brothers' otchestra wilt
C. P. O'Connor und Maurice Kelly,
of Carbondale, weie visitors In town
John McIIale, of Itinghamton, Is
visiting relatives on Hudson stieet.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Patten, of
Carbondale, spent Thursday at this
Mr. and Mrs. AY. J Sehiibmenl have
gone to I.eroy, N. Y where the lat
ter's father Is veiy 111.
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Reddlngton have
returned from their wedding tour.
T. J. TIerney, of Scinnton, was a
caller in town yesterday.
Mis. Cutherlno Thomas, of Dela
ware street has returned home fiom
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to it. Kruuse's Cold Cuio is a remedy
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A blithday reception wns given In
honor of Mrs. Rachel Thomas at the
homo of her daughter, Mis. Edwin
Davis, on Grave street, Wednesday
evening, nt which 11 large number ot
friends and relatives gnthuied to cele
brate. The evening was spent In a
pleasant manner, gomes of all kinds
being niertlly Indulged In, lifter which
a sumptuous repast was served. Those
present wero Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Har
ris, Mr. and Mrs. Reese Lewis, Mrs.
Davis, Mrs. Howells, Mrs. Edward E.
Evans, Mrs. Einanuel Owens. Mr. and
Mrs, John G. Thomas and son Ken
neth, Mr. nnd Mrs. Price Jones and
son Edit hi, Mr. and Mis, William Hns
kins, Mrs, Robert Llewellyn, Mr. and
Mis, David R, Davis. Mr. and Mrs.
John PiiBh, Mrs, William Williams,
Mr. und Mrs. Geoige Mention, Mr. und
Mrs. Thomas Reynolds, Mrs. M. M.
Williams, Mrs. Frank Dunston, Mis.
Thomas O. Thomas, Mr, and Mrs.
Georgo Hooper, Thomas H. Jenkins,
Mrs. Elizabeth Phillips, Henry Rus
sell, Misses Maine Wulsli, Sarah and
Edith Ptigli, Rachel Davis, Edwaid
and Ellsworth Pugh, William and Ed
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Charleston, W. Va., March 0, 1898.
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from catutrh In some degree or phase. There Is scarcely a home In
the land entirely free from this tl lense. Ono or more members of
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pendent upon catarrh. Catrinh Is tapidly becoming a national scourge. It
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reaching the disease at Its fountain-head. It
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kidneys, or catarrh of any other organ of the
I Mr. F. A. Dixon, ot Sin East Tenth ntretet,
I Kansas City, Mo., editor of the Missouri depart-
1 meat of the "Sprig of Myrtle," In a recent let-
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'Peiinlt ine tu express to you my appre
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"Being n man of limited means, I have
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Sneaking fiom per'-onol observation, I con
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who desires to relieve suffering, and at the sane' time sao money, should
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Dr. William Dankward. ot 3SJ7 North
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follows: "I fliul that the climate ot
Chicago and vicin
ity Is pecullailv
favorable for ea
of the head und
IiMiitc l t ni'nKri 1
. sj' y .iyssy iiui - sivjlisi
I lv of "i"l,ll-,,Us l1'1
lrr" ljf wo of the line re-
1h.j use of Perun.i
In enses of c-a-tunh,
I decided to
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Dr. Win. Dankward. tlmt tm. ,.,,
obtnined wero most s,ntifuetory. I'"
1 una Is ccrtnlnly a spit mini lemely
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Wll'lnm n.'inkwnid. M 1).
M-s. Celc-le Cm ell. president nf th'
Betsey Ross Educational and Benevo
lent society, wiltes fiom 212 N nvenu;,
Aurora, III., as follows:
"Only those who hne MilTcied with
At 2 o'clock this afternoon the
funeral of the late Mrs. John Reynolds
will be held. Services nt till) house.
Interment In the Wnslibiiin street
All fnetoiy employes ut the Renin d
Son's Silk company mo urgently 10
uuested to meet In Basham's hull this
afternoon nt 3.SU o'clock.
The Excelsior iiuartette, eoinpilsillg
the following well-known talent, aie
leniitsted to meet In Roeso's hall to
11101 row at 3 So P- m.: Miss Edith W.
Wtitkliix, r-oprnno; Mls.s Olweli How
ells, aim: William L. Jones, tenor: J.
E. WntkliiH, basso, and Pi of. I. E.
Snbbath services at the Methodist I
Episcopal churcli tomoiiow will lie at
10.30 a. 111 and 7.IW p. in.; Sabbath
school at 2.15 p. m.: Epworth league
at 0.30 p. in. Itev. . H. Heniy will
The name of David P. Gillllths was
unintentionally omitted In announcing
those who survived tho late Mis. John
The funeial of Joseph Lynch, of the
Archbalil. took place yosteuluy from
his Into home. Rev. James Walker
outdated. Interment was made In th
Washburn street cemetery.
Services nt tho usual limns tumor
row at thu calvary Baptist churcli,
Rev, Dr. Harris olllclatlng.
C. J. Freldman, of Bangor, P.i., Is
visiting iclntlves In town.
W. E. Plumley, A. M of the School
I of the Lackawanna, will occupy tho
I s 9 i Vy iff' ti
Mr. f;. A. Dixon,
b'ditor "bpriRol Myrtle."
tnt'.uehsr "v-fr vave been cured can up
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nil knew of Its line
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I have seen som '
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inai Kct, and wor-
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,Mrs. Celeste Covell. (Urc0 of ft1 g00,,
peni le." Mis. Celesta Covell.
If you do pot derive prompt and
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Perunn, writ" at once to Dr. Uartman,
giving a full statement of your cosis
nnd he will bo pleased to give you
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Address Dr. flartmnn, president of
The Hnrtmnn Snnltnilum, Columbus.
pulpit In the Presbyterian chuich to-J
mot row morning ut 10.30 11 clock.
The chance lot which will bo award-
oil the luckv holder of the winning
ticket nt tho Calvary Baptist churchl
fair next month Is attracting consider-'
able Intci est nmong our townspeople.
The lot Is a valuable one und Is situ
ated on tho Thomas & Johns plot, on
Tlie I'tti ninth Century cluli expecleil lo cele
brate Lincoln's biitluliy tilth n ielk,lwiJ Tues
ilit iililil, hut vine pieteiueil ly the hlluanl
Tin, i nut at Ihe home of .Mrs. Illnes and spent
the tMiilni.' 111 plajiuir tcauus, after which
lijtht tefrtslnnrnta iro seridl. Mrs. Milton
Moll n.it iluprrnn. 'lliosc picxcut nerc; Thv
Ml.ti't Mjine Stone, 1 11:1 lie Pott, Siule KJward,
D.il.v W'aiilill. Mi.i llamJin, l'relih IliniN
VUs.rs. I.i Hoy viwcmilier, 'llionus llallet, tiny
Mutt, 1'ieil le 1V. Joe Wanlell, Hay Hinds.
Mr. and Mri. Shoemaker sll111J.1l tlie funerj)
ol tin' foiinu's inollier at Mj'liiomllle, Thura
llei. S. fiuj Snouikii, of Nuliol, N. V, ths
f.Hiiiei p4tm' n Ihe Methodist clmrili here, Is
pnidiUK a feu ila.is anion); his fi lends,
Tho Iceliiic which was to I1.1v r lien given Tues.
iIjj rveiilng liy llet. VI. II. fuller, of Jertnjn,
njs postpuneil unlll Marili 2d.
1'iofessor I!, b. Kunp, ot the Slrouchliuiir Nor
111.il siliool, Mill iKctipy the pulpit In the M, I.'.
ihuitli Minds; monilnc
.Mr. I'uitoii illeil Thursday morning at the honu.
of his latlur-ln-lan', Petti YtsRer, The remains
weie taken lo Wialuilnc for burial, yesterdsy.
To Prevent the Grip
Lnaliie. lrotno.i"liiln uniotis th cams.
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