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THE SCRAOTON TJUBUiXE-FJtJDAV, MARCH lo, 1001.
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1, Cut't I.AI! rl.LAIII.NC IIOl ?l. for Hi- licit-
-v ht-ef All Vb'i Ihvc lluu-u lo IIMH, Ileal
stair rr Oilier I'toecr!) to Sell ur lIvclinnLC, r
"Vim Want MUutloni or llrlp-Tlre Small VU
tfitlwiiunU (., t Ono tout 1 Winl, sx Inter
tlotia for lltp (ml a SSenl Ixtit bitiutlitil
Jvlul, Wlilfli Src Imrrlnl I ro.
WWII I) SS I l'l lilCNrtll SMi l Oi COOk
ill I InciK(H') Ii'jiIihI
A TWICE ACCUSED MAN.
His Flippancy Befoie the Mnyor
Cause's Him Expense.
Ldward J'.llo, of Hospital sttPft,
fiicil two lies imallouii .tstciday .1 1 11
i ult nf kiilng his spotting imcll -ItliH
get thu better of him on Wcdnes.
iinv nlghl. Olllcrr Hell utretcd I1I111
flicitit midnight for intoxication mill
dls.icpflv ifilldllt t, Ilfti ! Itf llllll Ml III k
11 woman. Tin ontiK limn wa. with
two louipauluii. nil moie 111 Iiki under
the Imltietiio ol' Ihiunr al tin- time, and
thr upsattlt tucilitril 1111 the stieet. The
jM.trolni.in took litloy to the ilty J.ill,
riul outer day morning In- was brought
bifoie Muyoi Kllputrhk. Ills lionnr
vim at llrsl dlspofed In be lenient villi
Mm, give liini some good udvlte, ami
I' t him go. Hut uftcr a king .1 maple
"f cpnsMloiis of lilm tin' mayor lPiillred
IiIm udvko would Im wasted Ho miIiI
SS'heio von'' von IjoidV '
' Wlnil do ou do lor 11 IMm,'."'
I'm 11 gentleman," with 1111 nrrnit
on the notin
This hnrdcni d Hit mayni's hi .11 1, and
Mleru fen mole fruitless questions he
Imposed 11 flue of $." The young pils
mier had no inoni v and asked to b"
IlllllVVcd to lioimu it. Till' llllllCt VWIH
grant' d, lntt befoie lie could net away
In was seived Willi u wauunt ly Con
stable Neuiy relinking his piesonce in
Alderman Jones' omit to uusvvu to a
chaise ol assault uml ballei),piefciicd
v Mis Floieuic Tuttle. The complain
iint aveued Hint 011 Wednesday night
ftic uns stopped liy llllrv, and utter
her lc-cntlnrr Ills cilllm,- her ".Mnud,"
lie stnick hi r on Hie J.iw, painfully ln
JuiliiR lior. That uns just piior to his
an rut by uillrer Ucll ami vns what led
SlUiiiunn JoneM ahkrd Klley what he
bad to say, and In- pit ink d "KUlIiy."
Ho had lot uitRli nf the sriuBltold ho
IKpIuMd bfloie the major. The al
il 1 man imkid Mr. Tuttle If ulu ik-siH-iI
to push the tac, and fdic alit
that the did. "He has made me t-ufCcr,
and I vant him to hiiffer." nho dr.
'hired. "iJfFldw, he lias made me tun
nr a Uoctoi'b bill." hhoweopliiRly con
tinued. Iliby promised it, pnj the doc
tor'a bill, if nho would dioji the ouhc,
'Ik lailiiK that he lould not be hi Id ip.
rrioiiblbk', foi ho was under the Inllu
dice of lliiuor mid did not leincmbei
inivthlng of the .iLwiilt, but Jli..
Tuttle'.s heait n 1 did. Aldeiman
.tones held him In $.Wn ball for couit.
Then ltlley wliiI out and boirowed the
money for hi.i Urn of $"..
A DirriCULT OrEKATIOW.
Dj. Uivid I.. JJnllcy of This City
Assists Di. Tiko to Pcifonn It.
tli Uavld I.. Nil liny, of thin ( ty, Ma,
iiied l Diuidaft on W'edne-dav in
niblillutloii with Ur . A I'lki', of
ilut boroui.'Ii, In the .im ol a joun
man named .Spiting, who was eritle il v
"I with plcuin-imciliiioiiiii. The doe.
I US Clllll'llldeil it was ll-Khw.uy tl, p,.,..
f'"m on opeintlon on tlu patient. The
1'iiind n loiidilloii of tint cmpvHiii.i and
lapped the 1 brat and obtalmd marly
'') cpmils of )m rieitii the pleural
ity. It may bo that the nnpPini
" iv lonu aK.iln, and If It doi-s it may
be iiecomiio t iciiiOM- a n M,ie.
t ' s.t rid of It.
Tclcpvaph Oilicialb in Town.
H. I. NejnohN, of Nufialo, .supoiin
! udent of the Postal Tclcj,iaph torn
lMiiy, and (Jeoiye N. Hlduoii, mauascr
"f the Sit'JiUou oiln e ot the eompany,
we,c In tlila rlty Wednesday Inspect
Inf. Hie m ub-niipolulul iilllu' In this
ii. Tliey wen- oiv will pleased with
ln- way aiunnsi r Hark has auaiiKcd
ibintrs. The ilamuKe done to the wlios
an I BUlti'hbCMliI of (he otlUe by the
i". nt wind Htoim.aiid tios'ful wlics
lias now been lepalied.
T.tctuieil 111 Jeimyn.
II .1 M'li .1.,,, 11 I. ...
, .H.IVII. IJ, u,t ,Ji 1110
Neu-ail NnptHt ehuuli, delheied Ills
j"imiar ii-LiuriT, 1 iip wii ami Jiunior
of the lilsh I'eopli," at the first Nap.
list ihuirh in .tiiniyn lust evening be-I'm-
a lai'o and .ipiueeliitive audieuep.
Scaldeil by Steam
Will Have Lnigcv Stoic.
i:.II, W.JHurlc, the .Smuli .Muln
nn.i"t; 10111'a.tlomr and i.htauuuit
TO P-RBVENT HEADACHES.
Headnches Cn Be Pi evented if tho
Piist Symptoms A10 Tiopeily
Divio Is not thu tliBlilcuL netenslty
foi unyoiiu in uuiier fiom Ilcaduches.
Ol. Kiause, the Ueriuau eouit pliysi
iaii, many yearn ago wiote a fumniiH
PitHcilptlou uml said to hli patient:
My tee Is laiKu but tho lemuly l
v nlli nanu than jou pay lor it." U
ou,wll,tako Ufiti mcdlelno when you
fed a, headathu ioihIiir on ou will
in mm lmo Auothir one. The patient
wub puud and with his inrmlfslon
KiaijHe'H JIeadae.hu 1'npnulob wimc pie.
pared fiom thin sumo pie.scilption, and
put 011 tho miiiket.
This lemedy Im a puiely vesetnblo
piejiarntlon pidpal-eil In boft, olublo
fjelatlno eupsules which aio easily dls
i olved by the wainitli nnd lhilds of
the Htonmih, They ate abnolutely fieo
fiom any Hubstunce that could harm
Hie iiiont ilt'llento pcifun, Tliey aio
Kiliuauiroil to cuio Nfjunus Head
aclip. UhiMiniutlu or NcuiiiIrIu lli.uil
a. he, .Malarial Heailaehu and all Iliad,
allien ranted from illccHtho flluoidcis
or fiom over Indulgence in any kinds
of food or drink. They euro quickly
and leavo the head, clear and rool,
Kiausu'n, Headaehc Capsulen are hold
on .1 KiimanU'e to tuio or money ie
foiKled, J'lhc ','j eenlH 11 bo, ut lllllff
W. II. Alord, 1111 piikIiu ir 011 the
Ontuilo and Wisli-in i.tllioad, lesldlUK
at JhiMlclil iiil, but uclNkiiouii in
thin city, was badly Maided by steaui
Mstonliiy while niiinliiR his inslne.
' ' I ' ' I ' N I I
Q s .At U a 1 1 s Ham 44. 4
OiU tUX&Vttfl'JMC' JQ&Wtf.!' IJMM&l&l
man has dtclikd to move from tho
Mollltt bulldlmr. at the corner of S"
tilth nVeiiue, and Hotith Main stieet,
nbout tho b"KlunltiR of next mouth. He
will Ihiuotonpy the O'Neill building lu
Mine block, lately tetliililed by Ditch
bin 11 A niiiuber of alteiatlotis and ie
palirt will Immediately be made, and
Mr. lluike will then oicupv lbs whole
bulltllm?, taking up Ills lesldenee on
the second lloor. The rli.uiRi1 Is made
neeesHiio by .Sir. Ilitike'H luereasln
DRIVER BOYS SCRAP.
One Paints the Other's Eye a Dizzy
Red and It Held In Ball.
The nftci ninth of a tight down
among the pillars find gangwnjH of the
Northwest mine, was the Hpponiauer'
of a dozen wlim sse", complainant and
defendant, In Al Jet man .tone' court
last i-MMilng. Only two wllnesoH
wue us. d, how cmm, the evidence be
lug atiniiKl.v against the dclendaut.
11 sci 111c that .lot 1 ti Oullaiit and
Hugh No.vle got Into a dispute nr. lo
who Miould take out 11 "tilp ot cliip
tl 1 " and attPi' some nugiy void 4,
lluvle liambd (ialltiert a hot idioit.
mm Jill on the lett ye. whkh painted
Hie sifioimdiiig leh In n shoit time
lo a hu.' that nscmhteil almost an
llill'g eMepI an e.M" fiiillueit was
aimed with a heavv whip and he
lulu'd the stock to btlng It down on
l!nle'n head, bill ( hilllgi d Ills Millid,
wetil mul told llif diliM' boss and til n
swoii" out a wiiiiant foi his niill
iilil's at ietl,
'Jh dialing was lo hae ionic off on
Wuliiisday night, but nftii walling an
hour lor Iho detiMidaul, Il was ad
journed to last night. The tin Im us
ibgop iilati.d vup biought out, and
H'ili' acted as his own lawyei, and, as
Is usuull. the disc, made 11 muddle ot
it. (iallaeit, who huihd fiom sunny
Huh foul am ago. had as exhibit A
his damiigtil eebiow. on whlih a hlg
scar had formed. A deviation of half
an luili lower down 011 Mo.vU-s pait
would piobably ha'.e put bis iye out
The aldeiman held Noyle in $'i00 bill
foi his appeal ance at iiiiiit. John
Unwind plgiusl as siltely.
THE NEW LIBRARY.
Tho Majoiity of the Citiaens Believe
It Should Be Located on the Ai-
11101 y Site.
Neatly eveiy iltlzeu and tiiNpajei of
the Ut of Carbondale is emphatic In
the belUf that the ofter licentlj made
by Anriiew Cuitngie should be accept
id and at the eatllest po.-slblc d ite.
The iiotEanbitlon ol the lountlls 111M
llioutli will ptobably prcent the ques
tion of aiieiitame itaihiug the city
fathers bet 01 e then, but It should be
taken up Iheii and papscd.
Maity expiesons of opinion an to a
ileshable locution for the contemplated
building lme been altid, and th :11a
Juillj of those who huc talked for
publication si 'in In i.ivor the site
wluie the old aimoiy s Imaled. at the
'Oiner of l.lii'olu lucmie and Noilh
Main stin t.
Welsh Methodists of Two Counties
The SV'lsh Methodists of l.aekawaii
11. 1 and I.uitne (oiinlles -will hold their
fgiilailj quaitiily 1 (invention in this
ilty on shimho nest, riepaiatiuns
aic being made lor a moie elaborate
session than Is u.-.ual and the 111010
piomlmnt SS'elsh lueacheis of tho two
counties, with seeuil well known
meinbei.s of other ilistlb ts, aie expeit
ed to pai Hi Ipate.
The eseiclses will b gin at 7 o'i loek
staturdny night. The Kinmilltee Is pie.
pailug a piogiaininc. whlih will bu
made public tomonow.
Mi s. R. E. Weed.
Mis. It. 1:. AS'eed. tonmrly of SVay
iniiit. died at the home ot her son-ln-law.
eSeoigo I'obb of Hcianton, on
Widucsdav night, iged CL' yeais. She
vas stiiiken with apoplexy and died
within an bom. shi i nitvixcd lv
lur husband and time ehlldien: IM.
wind Wied and Alls. Oeoiye Cobb, of
Si canton, .'nil Mis. Flank Con v. or
An Infant Dead.
Helen, the two-months. old daughter
or Mr. and Ahc, Albeit K. OoldeMt. ot SS
Pail; stteci, dlid yesterday 11101 nlng of
bionehllls, Thr luneral will lako
place tomonow aftetuoon nt L' o'elock
at the home ol the patents.
Mis. John (',. Hetse, who bus been
seM'iely 111 with iileiiia-piieunionla, Is
now Improving John Matthews, of
llcndrli kit', was out yestetday for the
Hint time since hlb lecent attack of
Caipenteia at Voik.
John Campbell Is having sumo ic
paiis made to his houso on Church
atieet. Dr. John Nlles Is having his
toof leshlngled. I.ouls III unner's Lack
awanna house Is being lcjialruil.
Will Bo a Niuse.
Miss AUK Utlnuiitln, of Ihookljn
stliet, will leave luday for SVIlkes.
Naiii'. vheti she will inter Mercy bos
pltal tor a tialnlntr In the duties of a
Junior Urdu- I'nlied Ametlian Me
chunks. Laekawunna ncampnieiit. No. 10, In
dipindent Older ot Odd Fellows
Chailes MeCann, who has been local
manager foi the Seiantou Tiuth, has
leslgned his position, it taking effect
last evening. He will hencefoith bo
Identined with Abo Salmi's shoe stoic.
A New Job,
Paul RoeMger, fouueily with the
KIoIh Tin ow lug uimpany, has seuued
a ilctkshlp In the Delawaie and Hud
son freight ollice.
Will Iletmn West.
J. J. V. Moian, who rnmo ICust at tho
time of the death of IiIh uinthur. Mis.
Ann Moran, will ictuin to Coloiado
MURRAY BREAKS OUT AGAIN.
The Mania for Bicaking Into Liquor
Stoics Gets Him In Trouble.
Joseph Murray, of Pike street, has
a queer mania for In snklng into liquor
stoics. It Is not of tho C'anle Nation
kind, for Joe only demolishes windows
mid llquots when he Is di utile, unci
Caiile- well, that's another stoiy.
When Joe Is sober he Is a p'nceful eltl
yen and hasn't the slightest Inclination
to bin glut l.e. tint when he goes 011
his peilndleat spices he beeomes pos
sessed Willi the Idea that ho must
break his way Into 11 dosed shIooii. se
ct etc us must liquor Internally as pos
sible and then till his pockets and
in ins with bottles of whiskey and el
gais and bide them away.
About I'll) n clock cnteiday morn
ing Ollleer AVII1 McAndre, heard a
tiolso lii Hip wholesale liquor stole ot
J. b McDonald, on South Main stipct,
and at onee started to lind out what
uiU'pd It. riolng down the alley to tho
i.-iir of tho store ho found .1 side door
open and going Inside he found Mi.
Mm lay tj Ing helplessly diuuk on the
lloor and uppaiently In a stupor. On
all sides ol him vcte grouped empty
bottles. .Mm ray had broken n window
and then icnehed In and unlocked the
(loot. Then he stalled 111 to have a.
good tlnii'. cotitlsuitlng two (plaits of
Mr. Mi Donald s choicest rve liquor to
add to his ga.velv. The policeman tool;
the iplebiator to the ilty Jail, and be
was given what v. is supposed to be
.1 thorough seaicli. Nevertheless,
when Jailer Klllcen went III to spp bow
he was getting along vesterd iv 1110111
Ing he found an empty whlskpy bottle
decoiatlng a shelf above the prlsotrr s
bend, which be bad smuggled In some
how. Il wan iifteinoon beloie Joe was sudl
1 lentlv icioveicd from his banquet 10
b given a hearing. Then he was
biought befoie Aldeiman Jones, who
committed him to the 1 canity Jail on n
chaise of housebreaking. Chief Me
Andrew took him down It Is only a
shoit time ago that Joe ictuined lo
Catbondalc after an enfoiccd nbcnie
of nine mouths tor a similar escapade
Wants His Shaie.
John Davis on Wednesday Hied a bill
In equity which Is dlicctcd URalnst
Annie and Thomas Da Is. The bill sets
foi th that the pintles uio Joint owneis
of two pleies of land In Jeinin and
one in (iteenlleld, and In- asks that the
piopetty be divided equitably hetween
the three, und If that is not potslblc
that they be sold and the proceds di
A Popular Cleik 111.
I'lmer Niokeiislilic, of Umlield ave
nue, who has been chief cprk lor V.
W llumphiev for a number of
jeais, and who Is .111 etiemely popu
lar joung man. has been III lor almost
a week with a heavy 1 old. He vas
lepoiiid to b" loiisldeiably impuncl
Founer Pastois In Town,
on SS'ednesday two fmiucis ptstms
ot this cllv, both having had as a
ihaige the b'irst Methodist Hplsmpal
1 hiirch, fiaid a visit to the si cue ot
their one-time labois Thev were
Revs )r. rioyd, of ninghamton, and
Dr. Oi lflln. of Pltthton
A New Tiain.
The in w last fl eight b'twei 11 SVilkes
Marie and Caibondalo on the Delaware
and lludhon stinted thN week. It Is in
(liaigp ol" Couduetor J. noes Ward and
Knglue, r Jal Alliold, and hives
SVllkcs-H.nii' at B L'O a. 111 , 1 caching
Carbondale at 7 f-0.
A Month's Mind Masn.
Yisti 1 day moinlng in St Uoseiliurih
a inouihV mind mass was iclebratnl
foi the late Nc. Kitliu William A.
Nealou. Ii'.ttliLM' Thomas Coffey, V. (i ,
wan eel'bianl; Father (ioim.in.diacun,
and Father PIon, sub-ileaion.
At 10 O'clock.
The liiiieial seniles of Mis. T IS,
Ou haul will be held In Trinity Upls.
copal 1 hutch at lu o'clock this morn
ing, instead of at ft. as stated In yes
teidaj's issue. This will be the lint
seivlcii ot its kind In the new edifice.
Clubmen Go to Gieen Ridge.
A number of the membeis of the
Caibondale Cjilo elub vent to tiieeii
UIiIro last evening to attend the fair
of the (irecn Itldge Wheelmen. They
weie made hcaitlly welcome.
A Tamily Reunion.
The lauilly and iclatlves of Isaac
Wiightcr had a family leiinlou last
evening at his home on P.uk place,
the otiasion being the bit Unlay of one
of the niembeis.
To Mr. and Mis. William SS'atd, of
DundniY stieet, a son.
The Passing Tluong.
Mis. J. "SS. Lever is Mill conllned to
he-r home by Illness.
conductor John J. Collins Is 111 nt his
lie me on the West Side.
Miss cat ile Level is slowlv iccover
Ing from her recent seven- Illness.
Miss Lucy Weseott, of Hlnglminton,
Is visiting tikMids on the Went Side.
Miss Jennie Sllhbee. of I'ortur nvc
line. Is conllned lo her homo by III
ness. Mis. Heinnid MiNulty Is lionm again
from the hospital and Is getting along
MI'S Minnie Loekiln, or Hemlock
Hollow, Is visiting her cousin, Mis. .1,
Mis lieoige Cli.ipmau has ictuined
from a visit wlih hei sun. Chailes, at
D. II. Nuit and fnmllj moved away
ibteiduy. Their ftitiue home will be
Miss M. Louise Hrnr. of Hlnghamton,
N. Y , Is Die guest nf Miss Joscplllmi
Huir. on Chureh stieet.
James I'owdetly ictuin d S'i dues
H,i fiom n couple of vekn visit in
Philadelphia and Washington.
Mm. F. II. Caipentcr nnd Mrs. Lof.
Ktas bj mfo
n? m v
m a B'kkP&
Cures a Connli or Colli nt once
e'on(iiiftCroui),V'ln'Opl,'jc t'p'tps rroi '1
r.rlnpf nnd fouviiraptbii. Qn k n 1-
lir.liull's Pills ciireCon'tlrtliMi. furlHH''
ABU! EAv L
ftfH IrfllJi fiBIBH
tus, of TTnlondnlc, nre visiting at the
homo of Mrs. Walter Hounds, on Ca
Miss Lam a Kennedy has returned
lo her homo at Plinnant Mount, after
spending thu winter with her sister,
MrH. L. Oakley,
Mis. Ralph Abbey, of Kuleni, Wayne
eottnly, has been visiting her soim,
Mcirltt and Meigs Abbey, of this city,
the past week.
John C. lte nobis ami wife, of Scian
ton, returned jesleiday after 11 brief
stay with the funnel's mother, Mts.
Julia Reyi.olds, on Jeffrey utreet.
Mis. Kdwatd Futtell, of Oncontn. N.
Y. who has been the guest of Mi.
t'nhri Pigeon, of DImjm Hill, for b-'iua
time, ictuined to her home ycEterduv.
Miss Elsie Love left AVcdncsdny for
Kingston, where she will vIMt for a
fow clajH with her sister. Mrs. Maty
Reeves, who was foiinerly a tesldent
JERiHYN AND MAYFIELD.
The finding of $11.15, which was lost
by John Maynard while letiunliig
fiom the pay olllcc last October, nnd
which van returned 11 week ngo to the
losei Is causing Frank Drlmrock nnd
his vlfe a peck of trouble. Drlmrock,
who gave tho money to Mi. Maynnrd.
rtated that IL had been found by his
wife and ho knew nothing about It
until the day befote, when his wife
confessed the matter. A few dus nno,
Mis. Drimtoik wan nricstcd at the In
i.tancp ot Mike Lapato, on the chaigo
of larceny. At tho hcnilng, which took
place beloro Justlca Kelfcr, a 12-year-old
girl or Lapato's stated that she
had found the money and that the
Laputo woman had taken It trom her.
! Mis. Primroek was held in JJOO ball lo
appear. As the money has, us pte
vlously stilted, been restored to the
ilgbttiil owner. It seems peculiar the
two families should now go to law
over the 111 liter. The geneial impiis
slot. is that Mr Majnaid Is a lucky
n an lu uMiln getting posession 01 It.
Mr. and Mis. L, A. liurdlek, of Sec
ond stieet, entertained a number ol'
oung people Wednesday evening, In
honor of their daughter. Madeline's
blitbdaj Sevcial selections on Har
vey's phouogtuph weie enjoyed, mush'
and games vver.i ludtilrcd In, aft-r
which Mis. Huidlck, assisted by Miss -i
Hilda Swick and Louisa Moon, pnssed
lefitshmcnts. A vny enjoyable time
was had by all. Those prcrent vvir'i
Susie Davis, Olive niaketlce. (iladvs
Roby Inez Stone, Claia Dennett, Lot
tie Henwood, Nel le Lvans, May Jones.
Madeline und Helen Hurdlck. and
Aloiuo Davis. Harold Davis, Chailie
I'aiks. George Gebhaidt, Preston Had
ger, Horaee Geary and Peiry and
Mis. Maynard It. Thompson Is visit
Ing her parents, Mr. and Mr. Diadley,
at MutTalo, N. Y.
Dorothy, the little daughter of Mr
and Mis. Hugh Ebdon. of Third stieet,
Is serlotislv 111 of pneumonia.
Jtessrs. K. F. Kdmundt, and M S
Collins attended tho Hurko funeral itt
The Installation of the otllecis of the
local enclave of Heptnsoplis did int
take filaco Wednesday, as anticipated,
on account of tlu- ub?imo of the- dls
trie t deputy
Mr. und .Mis. II. J DeOiaw, who
moved to I'ovntelle sonic time ago,
li.ivc again taken up their lesldenee
ll'Me at their foimer home 011 Second
Mifot, Mi. DcGiaw having been lians
ternd to the Caibondale ofllcc of tlu
Oniarlo and Western ralhoad
The Hist liertormanco of the "Mill
putlans lu Full) land" will take plaie
this evening In A-sembly linll, when. P.
Is safe to say, the ehlldien will be
giiel"d by a full bouse.
A vciv pretty vedding took plait at
l! o'cloik last evening in the Pilmitlvc
Methodist church, when .Miss Lmma
Archer and Mansell Simons wcic unit
ed in marriage. The leicmony was
pcrfoinifd ibv Rev. James Hey, tho
pastor, In the presence of a huge num
ber of friends of the contracting pai
tles The wedding march vas played
by Mrs. T M. Owens, a sister or the
ciooin The bride and her maid, Miss
(iertiude Watklns, were neatlv attlied
in gowns of Riey cloth, with white
satin ti huntings Hotb carried bou
qui ts of roses. The gtoomsman vas
Frederick AS'hlte, of Nlakely. Immedi
ately after the eciemonv the btldal
paity lepalti'd to the home or the
bilde'h parents. Mr. ami Mis. Samuel
Archer, on Scotch stieet. when- a
sumptuous we-ddlng supper was set veil
They tccelved many h.md'ome and
A meeting or the Rebecca lodge will
bo held In the Sweeney building lomor
low night lo instal oflkers for the en
suing term. After the meeting a siulal
time will be held.
Messis. Conroy, Mack and Uclvvards,
comedians, picsenjed "The Diamond
King" at the Father Mathew opeia
house last evening befoie a laige audl
cnee. Seveial plea&lug specialties weie
Introduced between the acts. This
evening they will play "A Daughter or
Cuba " The company is one or the
best that has appeared here this sea
Louis Zaken bus returned home from
tho Scranton private hospital, much
Improved In health.
Miss Mollle Walsh, of Sci anion Is
v Isitlng friends in town.
Tho membeis of the Ancient Older
of Hibernians will hold a social ses
nlon 011 .March 17. In honor of their
Miss Flavla Moirls has accepted a
position In Connolly & Wallaee's stoie
Mr and Mrs. M. J. MrAndiew are
icJolPlng over thu anlval of a little
ghl, bom Wednesday
Seveial cases of dlphthetla uio ie.
poited In different parts ot the town.
The tuni'ial services of the fifteen.
ear.old son ot Mrs. Tjrell was held
at the homo on, Wednesday atlcinooii
Inteinient was mado in Muiey cemo-
Tiaccy Saffoid, of New York state,
was tho Eiitst of Mr. and Mis. 1;.
Dinke a liw das this week
Mrs. Alfrid Apiy, of King's Fcny,
Is the gin st of her patents.
A giaud entertainment will be held
In the brkk Methodist Hplscopal
church on Filday evening. Maich :.'.
Miss Jennie Humfoicl, of Peckvllle,
was tho guest of her sister, Mis. John
Thornton, on Monday.
The bo social held at the Methodist
Hplscupal chinch was gieatly enJoed
by ull who attended.
M. V Statk Is slowly Impiovlng from
Ills lecent Illness.
WIlHam Tlnklepaiigb, a. highly 10.
.Miected resident of this place, died at
his homo on Wednesday overling,
March 13. from a complication of dls.
eases. Mr. Tlnklepaugh was born In
this placo and had always mado It his
home, vhere ho was loved and re
spected by all who knew him. He Is
rurvlvvd by his widow, two sous and
two daurfhteis, Archie, Elmer, Ulhcl
IS THE (tr.ST PLAOC IN
SCK1WTOV TO BUY A
Don't fail lo come jmJ see .is Rrcat barHns
are waiting (or you.
314-316 WASHINGTON AVE.
In New Guernsey DuilJing.
Davis Steam Ore Co.
31D PCNN AVE.
(,'ootU calliMl for .mil dcllverrrl Clcanlnc,
J'VClttg Xi l'lCSslllK
ALLWO-K OUARaiVEPO. PHONE 373B
Bft 1't rent nicit n llic ilty.
I'lve MmI riikrti. ?1 0
Sundij dlntifr 1 iriiliy
Home 111 1 J. 1'jitr.v
244 ADAMS "Viz.
W, J. Bahriscale. 5.9Tn,'S
MANTm c; COAL AND
riic iiiarc iiiniuiiinfl iiims (01 Hjoi
312 VVSHIVOTOV AVE. TELCHONE.
W. A. HARVEY.
r.lrclili Wiring rtii'l fiviiii.
Flffirio Uoll and lrkihnn Wnm
3Q9 OOMUONWE'LTH &UH.OINQ.
J. B. Woolsey cS Co
Plate Glass and Lumber
O ALL. KINDS.
KlNQSBURY & SCRANTON.
MINE ANU MILL bU -'PLIES.
Di tint, Surnti for
John S ncit-bllii,; omlo - Who Huk and
Flrflilial Wire f.ulla l'crelia nul Rul.l.rr Mr.
o rieltlnr Pafklna;, Hot ind Mcchinlnl
Rubber l,ooil Iiiolton I'jcklng Cartels
Oil ( Inililni. lionm 310 f'mll Hide
W. H. GORDON & SON.
Itprso Shm-lnff and Cncnl lllirkiiulilin;
Wagon and f'ariljgc liuililinB
339 ADAMS AVNUE.
and Laura He was fortj-tlnte iats
nine months and eleven da.v i of ngi
The fimoial seivlces w 11', lip conduitnl
by Uev. H. A. Orcn today (Fildav)
at 2?fi o'clock. l''uneral pilvab
The fuii'ial servlers over the ie.
mains of th" late William II. Davis
were held from the home ot bis pai
ents, Ml. and Mto. SV. U Davis, of
the Aichbald mine, vesteiday attei
noon and weie largely attended. The
esteem in which the deceased was
held was shown by the large attend
ance of ti lends and iclatlves. The
scivhes at the house wimp conducted
by Uev James Walkei, nf th,. Primi
tive Methodist chinch who ibliveied
a M' eloquent and Impiesslve sei -inon
The choir of the P. M. iluiuli
lendeied several ti lcnt aiitlu 111
dllllllg the sei V lie At the 1 lose ot
the sermon the lemalns wne convved
to their last resting plan- in the Wash
bum stieet lemet'M.v. Williams divi
sion, No i!l, hons of Tcnipetnnee.
Washington conimanderv, Knights 'of
Malta, and th" Aichbald Mine Aicl
dent.il Fund ami Fnlt'd Mine Woik
cis, all of whlih the clei eased was a
member, attended in a body.
A I. lie Heal Is assmed in the com
ing of the Klcilik City Wheelmen's
minstrel troupe lo this town on Mon
day evening, Match i, when they will
give a performance at Weber's link
foi the benefit of the IMie Libi.uy
a'soclntloii Tickets aie being rapid
ly disposed ol and aie for sal-- b
membeis. The i:iectrle City SS'heel
men's lulus 1 1 ol tioupe have won nun It
fame thioughout this valley and 011
their appearance lieu- thoy will un
doubtedly receive a huge patiouase.
as the tickets aie being eageil.v sought
after. Admission, 2t cents.
Professor It. o Huck, the sinKlng
evangelist, who has been giving evan
gelistic, sei vices at the Methodist Lids,
copal chinch for the past tluce weeks,
completed his work on Monday even
ing. 1'rorosj.or Huck has tendered good
voik since his visit to town and the
meetings weie largely attended.
The choir or ihe C'alvaiy Baptist
chinch will meet torjeheaisal this
evening prepaiatoiy to the Uist"r Sun.
Mrs. Ldla Wlnteiburli ami Mis.
Cat ile Heemer weie guests or friends
In West fsctantou on Tuesda.v .
Invincible commandery. No 2.").',
Knights of Malta, will meet in icgular
session tills evening.
Mis. David Ldwaids, of Main street,
was the guest or fi lends In Hyde P.uk
Uev. C. U. Henry Is on a visit to
W. M Hell was a caller In Peckvllle
Washington camp, No. -lli.'. P. O. s.
of A., will meet lu regular osslon this
A meeting or the Ladles' Aid nm hny
will bo held at the Methodist eliuieh
pailor m next Filday evening. A gen
eral invitation Is extended to all.
Or. II. O. WIiuUmi. or Carbunilalo,
will deliver a lectuie at the Hapllst
chureh on Monday evening, Maieh ::.".
Subject, "Wit and Humor ol' tho Itlsh
Frlah Cole, of North Abingtou, and
Mis. Charles Fianklln, of Newton,
weie married nt the Laotlst chut eh
parsonage on Wednesdaj by tho itev.
Mr. Hotaong. A wedding dinner was
served by Mis. Chailes Fineh to thu
Immediate friends of tho bildo ami
Mi.t. Louis Finch has gone to Pitts
burg to visit her old home.
1 m 1
Minis F. Vatiderveken, the gicat vlo.
llnUt. wjll play suveiul flue seloitlons
at tho conceit given by tin School or
Song lu the Peckvllle Methodist Hpis
eopal c hutch 011 SS'ednesduy owning,
Mm ill :o.
THESE ENTERPRISING) DEALERS CAN SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS
OF EVERY CHARACTER PROMPTLY AND SATISFACTORILY.
Brotherhood Wine Cos
line Old Pull-, HiiiRiindM, ami
utcuifH l.milh Iridc Out
P.H.FRENCH. AOB CONNELL BLDG.
Great Fire Sale
AT A3Q SPRUCE ST.
"m riofiitr On
I in I u and nil Mmli of Vikucir.
BRESCHEL C CO.
322 WASHINQTON AVENUE.
C'allJ by tclrptiuiip lo rlio luonipt ullciitlon
MILTON & WASBERS.
"I liar all '
S. H. TWINING.
I'or t id if and 1 1 nl
Sll shim ut
420 SPRUCE ST.
u ic or In
V nuke a spciulli of llni liriad kIiiiIc
OiflrM fi r saladj, HiMri, linqmii re
pruinpllj nil ri
A lull line of !ip liran ind I f
Eureka Plating Works.
fcilirr, liolil Sn!r, 1 pprr nnd lnw
I Uinrlki IE, .irn-licd
321 DIX COURT. REARED. TRADE,
Leading Nr ilrilm
jog SRRUcFar. G03 lindsn st.
01 i:i:n of ki:v v i:sr i u; u:
DEAN, 403 CONNELL BLDG
f 1 ft y- y- jl juui n pi 100
fjoodnnn'- 11 infti il sdl
432 LACKAVJANNA AVENUE.
Th' scranton Vitrified Oricii
and tile Manufacturing Company
Milri ..1 1 . lll llu I. rt VI II II .if
1. 11 11 a silc tfi'iit Kllli Ut W.i.lnntii u 1
W.nk .11 N.i Vuu l'i I h V I! II
SPEECH RESTORED BY PRAYER.
Stoiy of a Tramp Who round a
rious Family Easy to Work.
ltom tin Mmn'Mpolis lnbiri1
"tine morning about elglu cais ano
J ai lived in a small town In the Mo
hawk vallc.v lu (ompaio w II li 11 tiamp
called Indlunapolls Ued," said an old
10ml agent lo a Tllbune repoitei. "We
hid lldden all night lu a box nil in
the hope ot touching New Voik liv
11101 nlng, but the fioiglrt had been ib
la.vcd on account of a wicck. and we
weie so liuugiy when we leached the
town lu question that we simply bad
to get off and look tor something to
I at. It was not a place, as we well
knew, whole tumps wne weliome,
but tho train would not stop again at
II tovn of any size until long attei
bieakfust, uml we deildid to take 0111
(hauies. SS'e had an hour al our dis
posal until the next freight was due.
The gleat question was, what stoiy
should we tell, and wi both ninimaged
through our (Olki thins to Und .1 good
one. Flnallv, alter cub of us had
miggesti d a nunibei of dllfeieut stoiles
anl had infused them In tuin on the
gioiind that the.v weie loo old loi such
a hostile place, U11I suggested that we
tr.v 'the deaf 'n' duiu' gag.' Then aie
seveial gags of this desei Iptlon, and 1
asked him which one he meant.
"'Let's woil. It In this wa,' he be
gan to Impiovlse. 'I'm oui' deef 'n'
iluni' biothei, see? An' we'ie on our
wav lo New Yoik, when- 1 am going
to get a Job I'm a ibik and jou'ie
scein' nil' down to the city so's't
nothln' '11 happen to me. Om numej's
glstn out, an' we've simply got to ask
fei assistant p. SVe'ro tenlbly luiugiy.
an' you want to know If the lady of
the boii'-e will be good enough lo help
MM binihi'i along. See."
"I sass light enough and anepted
th proposition, but tin odds seemed
agalmt us beeause the town was ono
of the most unfriendly along the line.
We picked out a house near Ihe tinok.
As a uile, Miih houses have been
begged out, but wo leasoiud that It
our storj would go at ull It would go
then, und besides the house was con
venient for catihlng the next fi eight
tinlu. As wi nppioaihed the back
door I was eaicful 10 talk to Led on
my flngeis, thinking somebody might
be watching us A motheily old lady
answered 0111 knoik. 1 uld lteil'sstoi
in my best manner, lilting It out with
tnnv luting details. She heaitl me mil
and then suutlnleil Ued In the wuj
that we all look at cieatuies who are
pei u lliii or abuoimal. Then she siulb d
and Invited us Into the dliilug-iooai.
wluie tho lest of the family wii" nt
hiL'iikfiiKt, Il till ued out to be a Freo
Methodist ilergjinan's household AS'e
had places at the table and ate as rap
idly as wo could, or i'iitl)ei Heel did
I was continual!) being Intel inpted hv
the family asking nu iiucstlous about
my mitoi lunate brother.
" 'SS'us ho boin that way"' the) ask. d
lu hushed volns. 'How did he Itiun
to wilte'" 'Cull he ever get well." and
other like iiiicUious, which I bud lu
answer In turn. By the time I hid
Mulshed niv llli il. hnwivei. I bow bv
the eloik mi tin "all that wc had lli
tien inlnuics to cal'li our tiain and
gave I ted a midg" undei the tabu us
a hint that we ought to be going. Wi
weie about to get up and thank tun
hostess foi her kindness, when the
limn of tho house, the cleigyman. sug
gested that we ought to stay to iiuullv
" 'Ulucl to Imvi iiu.' he said, 'j nii
can leuialn S'ou may g l good outiuf
II.' I told him frankly that wo waninl
In catch a tulu and had only a U v
mluuies to snaie. but he assuied me
that he would not he long and usked
Hie to explain l,lic Kltuallou to lted I
did o with Hi) lllrgt is and I 1 Nplalii' d
lu tin- paikon tlmt Ked'w wlngllug of
his meant that II" would bo iIuIIkIUh!
to stay, hut a winl; '' his Jot t e.ve
m ant I'ui nie alone :-.ii rdalul)
enough to let tip plil)iis go,
"SS'e stood lommltt'd, howcvci and
lh ic was nolhluir lo do but Join the
Alp joii fully In'iacdf
It tint, lull iipcn
P. L. Hitchcock
.''; and Ji, (.oininonntallli Ilulldlnc,
M It SNTOV, f.S
Hub Hra ila-H ieuipanlc3 irprc rntrd (tuna
O. S. BLOSS
THE SMITH PR3MIER TYPEWRITER.
IT LEADS THEM ..,
L. SOMMAR. IliilMIng Contrirtor.
I niplojs union nmi I'slliiiitci clinrlully
given, llrinodclltifr nnd irpilrins A icelall,
320 WASHINGTON AVE.
Will ucll .ill Hi ir MmplM nl fine Imported
Vvlrn shirts for men at Jj,i, orlhtlto$2..V.
l.l I VI ,1,1
( liililren s i
r.HBKii'. ind njRi 111
pt all kill l llon-m
and bulldliiR ln at
M. T. KELLER,
I Sd 1111 S'.
I .irrUsi) W. ik
WATCH FIXED RIGHT
WE ARE SATISFIED WITH A SMALL'
Jli I. SI KSW VSNS SSI.M r
EDWIN S. WILLIAMS,
ROOM SB coal exchange,
V Urge a.iorttupnt if tine t'lnbiellai and
Puiioh nt MM! sf,K. I'p to dire patterns.
I'ruef po-itlil I OSS I K llun an bmio In
lh-clti Sll iod kept In lU'I'VlU tree of
cliiiRi- (r one eji IIU'AIIIINO and UK.
( OV1.IIIM. .1 updhliy
313 SPRUCE ST.
family in the slttlng-iooiii, where I ie
eeiveel a Hlblo from whkh to lead twd
veises. one foi lied and ono for in)
sell. This 11.11 1 of the progie-s fin
Ished, the pai.sou began to pi ay. All
went well until ho 1.11110 lo that pait
of his praMM wheio he lefeMicd to th.i
'uiifortuiiate biothei In our midst' and
asked that Red's spcei h and heating;
be lesloied and wevveie both ashunied,
"Just then lted hcaid the whlstlo ot
our fi eight. Ho foi got everything, all
that I had said and all that he had
tided to act out, and with a wild whoop
he spung to the door, shouting back
to me as he went out-
"'Hustle, Clg.uet, there's our iat
"Theie was nothing to do but follow
aftci him as last a.i in) legs would
cany me. and I did so lu my liveliest;
manner. 1 have never bet 11 lu thj
town sIikc this expei lenee, and It H
lo be hoped that tin liaison's family
hive loi given and foigotten both I5"i
GOVERNMENT TISH EXHIBIT.
Splendid Display to Be Made at thi
I'nile Sam will have a splendid llslt
exhibit at the Pan-.Smei ican U.xposl
lion. It is Impossible to give heie 11
couipielii'lislw Idea of the lieaut.v and
Inletest whlih attaches to tin exhibit.
SS". DcC. ltaveual, chief of the division
of fish eultuic, and several assistants,
ate now- In Buffalo iieetlng In thii
i-'oseinment UMieiv building an attlstai
design for a home lu which will lu
plaii'd eveiy vailut) ol llsh o)ster,
cub. stai-llsli, siallop, ilatn and plin
th all) cvei) llilug else than 11111 bil
found lu the Atlantk orPailfli oceam
and tlleil tiihutatles The luajot It) ot
these sp'e linens will be alive nnd will
bo exhibited swimming In tliuh natlva
element At all jiast exhibitions thn
exhibits piepaictl by Mi. Havenel have
bell so eiowtlcd with lsltois that It
has been al all times Impossible to get
within a tointoitable dlstatue ot tho
In 111 In lit and lit a tit If til Inhabitants of
the in cans ami tlveis whkh have hern
lollecled undei his sup'iititendcnie
In this exhibit will be shown tin'
im Ions methods tor the propagation ot
fish and oystcM.s and for filling out
livers nnd bays with these useful am.
c les of food
To Cure a Cold in One Day
like faxutiM" III. 111. ( ui.iiie Tablet Jji "
nre the true source of good, healthy
I'eiaoiu with ha1f.itimed uervesnl.
wjv look worried autl "tlragfted.out,"
oitvaunot be happy without nerve
vigor )ou cannot be untitrct wrltliout
nil the powers which uaturc meant you
produce a heiltliud glow which art
eat noi iniltule Tlipyliivigoralcercry
oran, put new force to the nerves,
elasticity to the step nnd round out the
fme uuil form to Hues of health and
il no pei box (1 botes (with written
guarantee), 4i0il lluoW free, l'cvi.
J! MiieiM. Co , Cleveland, Ohio.
For nalo b Jlm II l'Ulps, 1'h 11 niailjl, cornel
SSjcuilus uniiiio und Spruic iticet,
Prof . 0 .F7f H E EL ,5 27 K?
4mcrlf. ( uavrmlrtt la rurv ) hv wall I rliaiI
IUtKt, F ICm. Abuttt, lllowl ol4n.rbij.
lifrtiiMj,! 01 iiniAi,iarirori,v(rlrtjrr
mr rurri i in 10 dm. SH iHn nratialfc A .
bort(il ttporlcafffUlirrnAay. ft foi boot 'Tr1h"i I
i (nf nrj- wnll' tl i tlrrlrlri ff gcjt Mt hU DiBr,T
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