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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE- THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1901.
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CONTINUE TO COME
(Sollcltora for Somi-Centennlal Fund
Xeet with Oenoroua Responses.
Many Dollar Subscription! Re
ceived from Among the Stores and
Offices of tho Town Names of Ad
Solicitors for the semi-centennial cele
bration went abroad yesteiday nnd re
turned with a host of small contribu
tions of amounts of one dollar and up
wards. For each subscription n certlll
chip of membership In the Juhllce fund
was lfeued, and the sight of the certlll
eaten will be a familiar one nbout the
stores and offices nhere they hic proud
ly displayed by the holdet.x
As successful its yestei day's canvass
was. toda' Is expected to he better,
and It lll grow as the dnys pass until
there lll be a fund that will Kiiaron
tee the great, big success that the cele
bration ought to be. The larger aub
scilptlons can be reached more easily,
but It Is the Miiallei ones that will be
gonp after with energy and persevei-
ance, for the puiposo Is to have every
inhabitant lntoifcted In the Jubilee,
which Is the only way that will bring
. about a celebration that will befit tho
occasion and make It a glorious success.
Additional subset Iptlona have been
Kcelved as follows:
The Iul ( ran lompiny $2" '
C II. iNnulle 2r
It ! t'ltteuon vn M CO
Oatpowlalc Midline company
frank II. I'onnn
.1 J IXfrlulh
It I). Stuart
C'oosan Hi cs
O S Utlev
V lVjnoldt A: ,vn ...
Bell f. Bion
j:fnlng I.radrr y--'
sa i io
W (i. s-iurry .,
V II Manabury
LOnrec W Prtt. .
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S- (1.M1..1 I't
The teunlon tommittee Is Mtlvlng
hard for the success of Its part of
the woik. It is hoped to make the
reunion of the foimet residents and
the townspeople as felicitous an event
as It is possible to bring about, and
to send the visitors to their homes
with pleasant memoiles of the good
will and hospitality of the people of
their native town.
The following Is the list of persons
to whom Invitations have or will be
forwatded, but It Is deslicd that resi
dents who know of any one whose
name docs not appear heiewith, send
the same to Societal y Grltman.
The Hit of former residents follows:
Joseph Blrkett. W. and A. Ftoth
lngham, Luther Daitc. Caleb "Weeks,
Rev. J. X. "White, G. R. Loe, (1. V.
Benedict, Chailes Law. H. AV. Pal
mer. George Johnson, Alexander Farn
ham, Henry Wilson, Harmon Cham
bers, T V. Powderly, O. H. '. P and
('. C. Jadwln, Metedith Jones, W. G.
Jones, James Aichbald. J. F. Snyder,
P A Reees, H. R. Hurnham, Charles,
Hanlbal and Fiank Duifee, J. J. WIN
Hams. William Walker, Robeit Hur
ley, S. 10. Rllger. Hiram Mhis.1i, W.
and J. C. Riidsall.
R. W. Aichbald. W. H Richmond,
John I.ld.mond, W T. Gray, Ml. and
Mis G. L. Dickson James P. Dickson,
Tcvmeml Pooie. Heniy Peck, G. F,
Morgan G. F Phillips, William Moi
rls Mis Mary Parry. II. II. Longs
doi f, John Howarh. Rev. J. F. Byrne,
Thomas and Chailes Fairai. J. R and
W. M. Lathrop. Miss Mary Ruir. Mrs.
I'. A Ballentlne. Patilck, John and
.Tomes Walsh, Mrs. James Devlin, Mr.
anti Mrs Amheist Wlsnei, Mrs. James
Ruthven. Mrs. Helen La very, J. R. and
G. L Shaffer, Mrs. O. P. CI.uk, Mar
tin Byuie, Daniel Maxey
K. Y. and J. C. Davis. K. J., .1. 13.,
W. J. and Jedlah Mm gun, A K. Shaw,
Alex. Turnbull, Chailes McCabe. Isaac
Powell, Jjines Whlttaker. J R. and
W. .1. Lewis. Lincoln Davis. G Km i ell.
F. and (J. Dletilik. J. R. Chlsholm,
C. P. arid W. M. Wilson, Dr. C. Grat
tan, John Bowers, William Scott. J.
T. Rlchaids. Mis. 11. M. Rdwaids,
Thomas Eynon, Andiew Rrydcn,
James Raynoi, J. B. and Stephen
Bionson, Thomas and Fiank Watts,
Di. W. K. Allen, G. W. Conklin.
G, S T. Alexander, W. S. Weston,
Mrs. Mailon McMillan. Mis. J. S. Law,
Mrs. Meredith, Dr. A. B. Woodwaid,
Mi and Mis. William Giaham, G. T.
and K. Wurts, L. Curtis, T, Jones, D.
Drcnnan, G. F. Leech, A. L. Hunt,
Bishop Garvej, Revs. Floyd, L'dgur,
PUce. Monte, .1. J. nnd A. Uilfllu, Cur
ran, Hussle, Loftus, White, K. Byrne,
MoRltt, Malonc, McCabe, Aldcn, Jep
ion. O'Rourke, J. H. Ball, Chailes
Leech, J. Borst, P, M and T. Buike.
P. F. Gallaghei, J. W. Munley. W.
Merrick, Miss Maggie Love, W. B.
Mis. J. Worden, A. R Wingatc. H.
Boyla, John and James Blown, M. P.
Plynn, Mrs. H, Boyes, Mrs. J. B. Van
Bergen, Mis. Thomas Dickson, A. No
ble, T. Wateis, John Ktise, J. Stanton,
D. Lewis, C. Gcniung, II. Mcuele, C.
Tbolan, M. Butlci, P. tjuigley, T. J.
nl D. Gaffney. T. Biennen, J. and M.
Foster. H. L. Fieemun, J Chittenden,
M. J. Taylor. T. W. Burke. J. C. Con
nor, J. K. Blown, M. Muiphy, P. Li
velle. J. P. Coio, J. Atkinson, H.
Shannon, R. Walsh, W. Gorman, J,
M. Jordan. J. D. Swift, J, W. Marcy,
L. O'Rourke. M. Moses, Dr. II, B. Van
Bergen, 'C. Bits. Mrs. J. W. McCart
ney, James Herbert, Rlchaid Browncll,
Mrs. A. E. Burr, Mis. Thomas Frank
lin, Mrs. A. K. Bcntley, Mrs. L. Kger
ton, Mis, Charles Wilson, Mios Mercy
iRgqrton, Mrs. W, Council, Mrs. G. H.
Caltin. Mis. 13. S. Osborne, Mis. 10. H.
Hurnham.-J. H. Johnson, Mrs. Kinnia
Boyd.-.)(Mis. Harriet Meylert, Mis,
Haekley, Mis, K. P. Cushlng, Mrs. H.
J Wells, Mrs. Allco Alwotth, J. H.
and D. McConib.
Rev. 12, J. Balsley, John Boylan,
Jlamts Itrennan, William Brown,
JMrp. Seated, G, A. Grow, Jr., C. W.
:USB ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE
A powder to b khakn into the lio y0Ur
jfftt tffl sM-olltn. ntrou and hat, and oil tlifd
Jtailly. If 5 u ! rnrtltnj left or tight hoes.
Uy Allen'a Kcot-Ean, It wola lha ttet and
Diaku wilklnx uy. Cures awollen, tneatlne
fret, ingrowing nailt, blUtri and callous ipota,
FUcw corn and bunion of all pin and gitea
tut i"l tonifort. Irj- It today, oa i,y tl
4ru;tlkU and khoe nam for 13c, lilil pjck-
at PfirX.' Addreas, Allen 8. Olmtted, La Hoy.
V. . ,
ronrad, Mrs. "William McClave, Cap
tain 1'. DeLnccy, Mrs. David Zleloy,
Captain 'William Hurke, Hon. fleorge
Perkins, Kdtvard Wilson, Joseph Alex
ander, Peter Dolttn, W, 11. Plcrson,
Mrs, A. K, Stanton, Mi. Maria Far
rar, Mrs. Sarah Stevens and Miss Ad
AN EVENING OF MUSIC.
Soiree to Take Place at Fern Hall,
To those who enjoy good music, well
rendeied, and a dance under pleasant
circumstances, the affair at Kern Ilnll,
Crystal lake, on Tuesday evening, July
30, will be n matter of unusual interest.
This Is the first concert to be given
at Fern Hall this season, and the qual
ity of the talent engaged guarantees
a programme of exceptional met It.
The givers of this entertainment will
be O. Alexander Kussoll, of Syiai-use,
pianist, and Raymond N. Hockcnbeity.
bass soloist. Mr. Hussell, who Is the
plnnlst at the hall this season, has re
ceived some very flatlet lug pies notices
from New York papeis and the piess of
other latge titles In this part of the
country; the Musical Courier one of
the representative musical sheets of
the union) even went so tar as to say
that "Mr. Russell Is a better planlct
than two-thltds of the plajcis one
Mr. Hockenheny, of Carbondale. has
endeared himself long since to tho
music loveis of this vicinity by his ar
tistic handling of his io.son.mt bam
voice. Mr. Russell and Mr. Hocken
heny will be assisted by the Clark
Male quaitctte and Miss Mlna Frank,
soprano, both of Carbondale.
The programme, under these cliruin
stances, promises to be one that will
Interest everyone; and then, the con
cert Is to bo followed by dancing, which
will make It doubly Intetcstlng to many.
A DOUBLE WEDDING.
Hudson-Marshall and Hudson-King
Nuptials Solemnized at Baptist
Parsonage by Rev. Dr. Whalen.
There was a double wedding solemn
ized at the Bcrean Baptist t hutch par
sonage ycsteiday afternoon by the pas
tor. Rev. H. J. Whalen, D. D.
The brides were the daughter of
Martin Hudson, of Mayileld yaid.
Miss BcssIp A. Hudson was wedded
to Herman D. Maishall, of Greenfield,
a prosperous and popular faimholder of
Miss Cl.ua A. Hudson, the other
hilde, was united to Chailes L. King,
a car lepaliei In 'the employ of the On
tailo and Western at Mayileld aid.
Roth brides weie becomingly attlted
in gowns of white. Thcic weie no wit
nesses it the ceiemony.
Alter the tlelng of the nuptial knots,
the couples enjoved a llde, and later
leeched their friends and their good
wishes at the Hudson home at May
field yaid. Both young ladles have
nunieious fi lends heieabotits. who sln
ceioly icgaid them. Their husbands
also enjoy man watm filende-hips.
MRS. WOODWORTH SURPRISED
Pleasant Happening at the Home of
a Recent Brido,
Mrs. F. II. Wondwoith, formerly Miss
Hdna Bailev, was lot years a member
of the Methodist church choir, and was
highly icgauled by her associates. As
a tnken of their filendship the mein
bcis icpalied to her homo last even
!'ig. gave a dellghttul surprise by their
call and as a climax picseuted her with
a I cnutlful cut glass heiry dish.
Y, R. Moon wiib spokesman for the
surpiWIng party, an olllce that he filled
mort gracefully. The waim response
b". Mrs. Woodworth Indicated her sin
cere appieclatlon of the token fiom
Following this pleasant Incident
weie scwial boms of social enjoyment,
dining which Mis Woodwoith serv-d
the oppnMunlty to show how hospitable
atnl cnterthininr n hostess she could
Tin- 'hnir, led by W. S L'wins, r.'ii
dcied sevctal selections In a manner
tin contributed gieatly to the pleasuu!
o' the felleltou eent.
TO ENTERTAIN OLD MEMBER
Cambrian Lodge, No. 58, I. O. O. F.
To Hold Affair Saturday Evening.
On Saturday evening, July "7. Cam
brian lodge of this city, will entertain
one of Its oldest members, who has
been a contributlnc member for over
35 years, and who has been absent fiom
the city for nearly that length ot time,
and who at present resides in Ply
mouth. He Is Mr. Alexander Xoble,
who was initiated In IRfifi, and has re-'
talned his menibeishlp ever since,
though he has been away fiom tho
cltv iieai ly all the time.
The lodge received word of his in
tention to be present on July i'7th. and
the membeis have arranged to enter
tain the biother. and Invites all broth,
eis of tho I. O. O. F. to assist them In
extending It to Rrother Xoble. A loyal
good time Is anticipated.
PICNIC DETAILS COMPLETED.
Decided to Have Train Stop at Lin
coln Avonue Station.
To accommodate cxcuislonlsts fiom
the eastern section of the city, the ex
cuislon ti.iln to Lake Lodoie on the
occasion nf the union Sunday schools'
outing on Friday next will stop at Lin
coln avenue, wheie there will be a
ticket agent. Tho tialn will leave that
point at 0.30 o'clock.
The airangeinents for the excuislon
ate completed and a successtul outing
Is anticipated. Those who Intend to
send eatables for tho general refiesh
meiu table will please hac them at the
city station between 7.30 and fc.30 Fri
day morning. Kach panel will bo
labeled "gcneial table" and with name
About a Carbondalian.
C. 13, Lathi op, of Caibnndale, was in
town Monday, on his way home from
Harvey's lake, where he 'had spent
Sunday at the cottage of his brother-In-law,
Butler Dllley. Mr. Lathiop is
a veteran lawyer and editor, having
been admitted to the bar at Wilkes
Bane In 1SS7. Wllkcs-Bane Record.
A Few Visitors from Scranton.
Among the vltois here fiom Scran
ton yesteiday weie Matt F. Brown, who
was attending the funeral nf Mrs. Bart
ley Blglln, and J. W. Guornsey, the
Mayor Kilpatrick Calls a Special
Joint Meeting of Councils for This
Evening to Take Action to Meet
tho Proceedings Commenced by the
Consolidated Wator Company.
"When Mayor Kilpatrick learned last
evening that Injunction proceeding
Lhad been started to restrain the sale
of bonds for the ptoposed municipal
water plant, ho Immediately Issued a
special call for a Joint meeting of
councils this evening.
The mayor Is calling councils to
gether to ascertain what course they
want to putsite with tespect to de
fending the city In the litigation
biought about by the petitioners in
the application for an Injunction, the
acocunt of which Is detailed in the
court news of today's Tribune. Yes
terdays proceedings wcic not a sur
pilse to those active In the. movement
for a municipal water plant; In fact.
It was anticipated from the outset of
the long sttugglo for the acquirement
of the proposed water system, and the
com so that the mayor deems expe
dient will be Indicated In a message
that ho will send to councils tonight.
The recommendations that he may
make. It is expected, will be favorably
acted up on by councils, for when the
ordinance pioUdlng for the Issue of
the bonds lor the consttuctlon of the
plant went through councils, there
was only on dissenting voice.
TELEPHONE MANAGER LEAVES
Bruco Bodford of New Company Ac
cepts Advanced Position at
Biuce Bedford, who has efficiently
supei Intended tho affairs of the Car
bondale Telephone company, or what Is
better known as the new company, has
resigned his position heie to accept one
mote advanced with the Inter-State
Telephone company, which has Its
headquiu ters at Trenton, X. .1.
Mr. Bedford's lcglme has given the
utmost f.atislactIon to tho company and
his employri n leluctantly accepted his
resignation, hut they are pleased that
his ability has been iccognlzed by a
company that can locate him mote
favoiably than he was hcic, in a Held
wheie he will have wider scope and
chances of a -ore valuable expeiietne.
Mr. Bedford acquired the good-will of
a host nf persons during his lesldence
hoie, and made many warm friend
ships The well-wlslus of all of his
fiiends accompany him to Ills new Held.
Mi. Redfoid, In his position, will be
elect i leal engineer and master of con
struction. He left foi Tienton last
Tho successor of Mr. Bodford Is J. S.
Hughes. All. HuglK's came heie from
Wllkes-Bane. wheie he was arsistant
slipeilntendent of the People's Tele
phone company of the Independent sys
tem, and where his ofllclency won him
the offer of supeiintendcnt, which he
accepted fiom the Carbonddb' companj.
FUNERAL OF MRS. BIGLIN.
Laid at Rest Yesterday in St. Rose
The late Mr. Bartley Blglln was laid
at lest In St Roso cemetcrv yesterday
morning. The funrdl piocession was
a long one
A high mass of ipqulem was sung in
St. Ro..e church bv Rev. George Dixon,
who ,iso spoke in a manner befitting
tho commendable life of the deceased.
The pall-bearers ewie Thomas Fai
rell, Thomas Harte, Henry Collins. Kd
ward Gordon, p. L. Xeary. Michael
Bronnan, Patilck Kearns and P.Uiick
Visiting in Honesdale.
Mrs. John Anirn'riiian, of Caibondalo,
is spending a few das at the homo nf
her undo, C. L. Whitney, on Eleventh
Mrs. Frank Lent Is spending seveial
drijs with her sister. Mis, Julius
Spaeth, of Ciu'boiidale.
Chailes Chapman, tieasuier at the
Delawaie and Hudson depot, Is spend
ing his vacation at Stecne and Car
bondale. Fied Schiessler is acting In
tho capacity of ticket agent during Mr.
Chapman's absence. Wayne Independ
ent. Letters Unclaimed.
List of letters lcmalnlng In the Cai
bondalo poMofflce, July :'l, 1001, for per
K. S. Adell, Joseph Altamore, Thomas
Booth, C. II. Lock. John Phillips, Miss
Mary Boyle, Miss Jennie lOdwaids, Miss
Xellle Forbes, Miss Xellle Hopkins,
Miss Anna Whtte, Mr-. Duffy. Mrs.4
Alex. Flowers, .Mrs. David Welsh; for
olgn, Vlwenzo Vnmuzza, Jakub WoJ
clck. Lucia Pauia. J. H. Thomas,
Gono to Chicago.
A. O. Finn and sister, Miss Geitrudo
Finn, of Clifford, left last night over
the Kilo for Chicago, whore they will
visit for four weeks,
John Barrett, of Fallbrook street,
also left over the same mad, last even
ing, to visit relatives in Chicago,
Reunion of Dunn Family.
The descendants of the Ute James
Dunn, of Susquehanna, of whom there
aie seveial In this city nnd vicinity,
will hold their annual reunion on Sat
urday, Augu.it 10.
Meetings of Tonight.
George K, Randolph camp, Xo
Sons of Veterans,
Blanch 3!, C. M. B. A.
Carbondale canton, Patiiarchs Mili
tant. About Centennial Decorations.
H.uiy Seltz, of Scranton, was In
town vcMord.iy. ni ranging for the dec
orations that will be placed during the
A Dundaff Visitor.
Mrs. Robeit Holland, of Dundaff,
spent yesterday at the' home of her
daughter, Mis. W. J. Pony, on Maple
Master Painter Meyers' workmen
have completed painting the resUence
of Frank Schlmmel, on Fall Brook
street, an Improvement that annre-
clably enhances the appearance of tho
AN UNWELCOME VISITOR.
Tho Family of Supt. Rennie of Dela
ware and Hudson Company An
noyed by a Prowler.
Complaint was made to the police last
night that an Italian, named Tony Tol
leio, was prnwlln about the home of
Superintendent Rennie, of the Delaware
and Hudson shops, on Xorth Main
strct, and was making tho family fear
ful and appiehenslvo by his actions.
Tollero has been observed loitering
about the house the past two or three
days, but no attention was paid to him
until yesterday, when he tried to coax
one of the children to him. Last night
he reappeared, and Mr. Rennie, appre
hending harm, took his icvolver as
protection, accosted the prowler and
demnnded an explanation of his pres
ence, The man lepllcd that he was
meeklng work, but did not explain the
mysterious and suspicious manner In
which he approachnd his mission. Mr.
Rennie then nolliled the police, after
Tollero departed and sauntered down
Main street. Constable Kdwaid Xeary
responded and went In quest of the
SUNDAY SCHOOL OUTING.
Crystal Lake, on August 7, Solscted
by First Congregational Church.
Tho Sunday school of the Flist Con
gregational church will picnic at Crys
tal lake on August 7. Members of the
school ate now disposing of tickets to
nny who wish to accompany them.
Conveyances will he arranged for all
who arc not supplied, at a moderate
sum. A general good time Is assuied.
Vailous spoils have been planned, in
cluding running races, base ball, etc.
Tickets can ahso bp secured at the
grocery store of David James and B.
A. Kelly's drug stoic.
A coidlal Invitation Is extended to
ft lends of the school to have a day's
outing with them.
Returned to Now York City.
Miss Julia Oerrlty, who has been
spending her vacation at the home of
her patents, on Dundaff street, returned
to Xcw Yoik city last night, where she
will resume her duties as permanent
nuise at Bellevue hospital.
At Newton Lake,
M. J. Muiphy, Joseph O'Xelll, Will-
lam B. Sullivan, M. J, Hoian and P. F.
Fox drove last night to Xewton lake,
wheie they passed an enjoyable even
ing as the guests of an outing paity
fiom Foiost Clt.
Are on a Fishing Trir.
Dr. D. L. Bailey leaves todiy on a
fishing trip to Montrose. He will be
gone about one week.
THE PASSING THRONG.
James Smith called on friends in
Born, to -Mr, and Mrs. J. J. Hlggtns,
of Xo. 3 Canaan stieet, a son,
Miss Mary Biyson spent Tuesday
evening with Jcrmyn friends.
Mis. Walter Morgan, of Doirance
town, Is visiting relatives here.
Mis. G. H. Tiyon Is confined to her
home on Dai to avenue by Illness,
Mrs. John Gaughan Is home from a
visit with her sister at Hancock, X. Y.
Mis. H. C. Xoble, of Forest City,
was calling on fiiends in town yester
day. Rcvford Xicholson, of Belmont stieet,
is spondlng his vacation with relatives
at Mauch Chunk.
Miss Anna O'Brien, of Scranton, Is
the guest of Miss Mame Moran, of
South Main stieet.
Miss Anna. Mini ay, of Reese Bros.'
Salem avenue store. Is incapacitated
fiom her duties by illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Xye re
turned today fiom L'tlca, X. Y where
they have been visiting friends.
Grace and Maude Sampson, of this
city, art spending a few days with
Mr. and Mis. Chailes Cllft. of Xo. 4.
Dan W. and Peter C White have
ictuined home after a couple of weeks'
visit with their grandparents at Forty
John MHlIsan and daughtcis Mary
and Janette have returned to their
home on Mitchell avenue alter a visit
at Dickson City.
Mrs. J. J. Burke and son Charles, of
New York city, are visit In? the for
mer's sister, Mrs. John K, Brown, on
South Chinch street.
X. V. Stephens, the Salem avenue
grocer, and his family leave this week
for a fortnight's outing at the home of
C. . Chamberlain in West Clifford.
JERA1YN AND MAYFIELD.
The annual outing of the Sunday
school children of the First Baptist
church to Xay Aug park yesterday
was a very pleasant affair, and many
of the parents of the scholars and
members of the. congregation and
others accompanied the children. All
had a delightful time at the park,
nnd although the return Journey was
somewhat tiresome, the excursionists
ai lived back safely at a quarter-past
nine o'clock In the evening.
While tho furnltuio and stock In
trade of John Lucas was being carted
to Olyphant yesterday one of tho teams
ran away when descending Whltmore's
hill, and miming Into a fence on Third
stret upset a quantity of the contents
of the wagon, causing a serious dam
age to Mr. Luas, upon whom the loss
will fall heavily.
The Primitive Methodist Sunday
school will run an excursion to Crys
tal Lako on Thursday, August 1st.
Those Intending to go will kindly noti
fy the committee not later than next
Monday, so that the necessary accom
modation can be secured. The com
mittee are: Rev. S. D. Molter, William
Wlllllams, Richard Harvey, sr., George
Harvey and Arthur Miller.
Mr. John Prltchord, of Second street,
on Tuesday accompanied his wife and
daughter to Xew York cltv, from
whence Mr. Prltchard and the daugh
ter sailed yesterday on a trip to his
native homo In Xorth Wales.
The Delaware and Hudson company
w 111 pay here on Saturday
Mrs. T. R. Griffiths nnd Mr. William
Wlvcll weie Scranton visitors yester
day. Miss Maria MeDerinott. of Dunmore,
Is visiting Mayfleld friends.
Mis. David Mendelson, nf Mayfleld,
Is seilously 111 of ear trouble.
Mr. Thomas Holleran, of Avoca, Is
visiting Mayileld fiiends.
Miss Cella Callahan, of Scranton, Is
a visitor here.
Are you Irritable? Do you sleep
badly? Is It haid to concentrate your
thoughts? Is your appetite poor? Do
you feel tired, restless and despond
ent? Try Llchty's Celery Xerve Com
pound. It will do you more good than
anything you have ever tiled. Sold
by Matthews Bros.
This evening thoArchbald mine local,
Xo. 1619, United Mine Workers of
AmerlcA, will hold a social session
In the Odd Fellows' Hall. The follow
Infr excellent programme has been ar
ranged for the occasion; Remarks,
Chairman John D, Gwynnej selection,
Union orchestra; vocal solo, M, J. Gro
ganj selection, Mozart quartette; vocal
solo, Edward Murphy; whistling solo,
William J. Gaul; selection, Anthtaclto
Glee party; address. President M, II.
Healey; recitation, E. G. Evans; man
dolin selection, Benjamin Jenkins; vo
cal solo, Reese Thomas; vocal solo,
James Heffron; finale, "My Country,
TIs of Thee," audience. Refresh
ments will bo served.
The Taylor Silver Cornet band will
give an open air concert tomorrow
evening from tho balcony of Young
blood's hotel. The boys have been re
hearsing for some weeks past under
tho directorship of their clTliient di
rector, John Watklns, nnd a musical
treat Is In store, The following Is tho
excellent programme: March, "Ameri
ca n Ambassador," by K. P. Rrnoks;
overture, "Ingomar," by Hnsklns;
match, "Tho Invincible Ragle," by
Sousa; waltz, "Calanthe," by Holzman;
two step, "Pearl nf the Heaven," by
Hnrry P. Guy; overture. "The Skv
Pilot," A. M. Laurens; march, "Gen
try's Triumphal," by Fred Jewel, do
scrlptalve polka, "Tho Pretty Milk
maid," by W. S, Ripley; ma'reh, "Co
lossus of Columbia," by Russell Alex
ander; descriptive overture, "The Frol
ics of the Imps," by Carl Carlton;
march, "United Xatlon," by C. ,1.
Mr. James Thomas removed his fam
ily from Xorth Taylor to his newly
erected l'csldcnce at tho Lincoln
Joseph Seybolt, a laborer at the
Archibald mine, was found dead at an
early hour yesterday morning In the
chamber where he was employed, Tho
discovery was made by his miner, who
had not been to work on tho previous
day. and on entcilng tho place noticed
that a fall had taken place. On In
vestigation he was horrified to find tho
remains of Seyholt almost completely
covered by the fall of top coal. It Is
thought fiom all accounts that he had
been loading a car of coal on Tues
day when he met his death, and that
his remains remained In tho mine all
The Young People's Baptist union
of tho Welsh Baptist church are mak
ing extensive arrangements for their
grand excursion to Glen Onoko on
August 20, The outing will undoubted
ly be attended by a largo number of
our townspeople, as no more delightful
place could ho selected to spend n
The Women's Christian Temperance
union will meet at the Welsh Baptist
church to-morrow (Friday) evening nt
7:30 o'clock. All membeis are request
ed to be present.
The features of the excursion of tho
f hurch of the Immaculate Conception
to Lake Lodore on Monday next will
be the prizes, the three hundred dollar
lot and also a ticket to the Pan-American
exposition and leturn. Each ticket
holder will be entitled to a chance on
the above prizes. Train leaves D. &
II. station at 7:45 a. in. Tickets:
Adults, $1.00; children, 60 cents.
Tickets for the Odd Fellows' excur
sion to Harvey's Lake tomorrow can
bo purchased from Tallie W. Jones.
A larje number of membeis from
Clearing Sale Prices
In Every Department
Men's Fine Shirts
Shirt Patterns that have
been very popular all
through this season. Fine
quality Madras, the price
for this sale
Some neat blue stripe
Madras shirts, qualities that
usually sell fori.oo. Price
for this sale
Children's Wash Suits
Children's Sailor Blouse
Suits reduced to
Sailor Blouse Suits, in neat
color combinations, now
Novel Blouse Suits, with
new broad collar,
All'our "Brighton" Rus
sian Blouse and Golf Blouse
Novelties reduced for this
Cured of Catarrh of the Stomach by
If 553y Cagsig g3
I U7;nF.MvN' It W IUO,
VxlfOte to lonjifj from llau.ui.
Hon. Robert W Wilcox. Delegate
to Congicss fiom Hawaii and the Sand
wich I slands In a lecent letter ftom
Washington, D. C., writes1
"I have used Peruna for dyspepsia
and I cheerfully glvo you this testl
monnl. Am satisfied if it is used
properly it will be of great benefit to
protiifmottisnedi. Am&a nial thfl
our people. I can conscientiously
recommend it to nnyono who is suf
lodgso Xos. 6Si and 039 will attend tho
Mrs. Thomas Jenkins, of Main street,
lofb yesterday to visit i datives In
Utlca, X. Y.
Lackawanna Valley council, Xo. SI,
Jr. O. X'. A. M.. will meet lit iccu'ar
session this evening.
Mis. Daniel Hvnns. Misses Llz;:l
and Maud Hodges have returned to
their homes In Shamokin, Schylklll
Mis. KdMn Williams and daughter.
Miss Dolly, a trained nurse of Phila
delphia, who have been visltln; In
this place, have tcturned home.
Mrs. David Rvaus, of Plttston, has
been tho guest of Mlrs Mao Ctifllths,
of Ciovo street, for the past few clays.
It was thought when the Scianton
Gas and Water company took pos
session of the wator works which sup
plies Peekvillo with water, that there
would then bo an ample supply for
lire fighting purposes, hut Instead of
bettering the conditions, it has been
vvoie, in the afternoon tho pressute
stands at about thlity-llve pounds,
which Is all right for a bucket brigade
but of no manner of use when the
sei vices- of a hose company is re
quired. There Is no excuse for this
low prcssuie, Thoie is plenty of
water In tho dams and by opening
$io and $12 qualities, cloth
patterns that were selected by us
this season in Fancy Worsteds and
Cheviots. Our price for this
$6.50, $7, $8
$15 and Some $18 Suits, fine
qualities and neat cloth effects
will be found in these lots. Our
clearing price on every suit
$10 and $12
$$.:io Trousers, in
patterns. Reduced price
for this sale.
$4-50 Trousers some
French hairline in this
lot. Reduced to
$5.00 Trousers, in Tweeds and
Fancy Cassimeres. Re
All our finest qualities are in
cluded in this sale. $6.50 and
$7.00 Trousers are all
fering with stomach troubles or
catarrhal troubleo." W. R. Wilcox.
All over this country arc hundreds of
people who nre suffering from catarrh
of the stomach who aro wasting pre
cious time, nnd enduring needless suf
fering. The remedies they try only
temporarily pallltate tho distress, hut
never effect a cure. Remedies for dys
pepsia have multiplied so rapidly that
they are becoming as numerous as tho
leaves of tho forest, nnd yet dyspepsia
continues to flourish In spite of them
nil. This Is due to the cause of dyspep
sia is not iccognlzed as catarrh.
It there Is arcmedy In the wbolo
range of medicinal preparations that Is
In every particular adapted to dyspep
sia, that remedy Is Peruna. This tem
dy Is well nigh Invincible In these
Dr. Haitman. President of The Hart
man Sanitarium. Columbus, O., says:
"In my laigo practice and cortespon
do.nce I have yet to leatn nf a single
case of a tonic dyspepsia which has not
either been greatly benefited or cured
Xo one suffering with catarh of tho
stomach or dyspepsia, however slight,
can bo well or happy, it is the cause
ot .d many dlstiesslng symptoms that
It is a most dreded disease. Peruna
acts Immediately on the seat of tho
trouble, the Inflamed mucous mem
bianes lining tho stomach and a last
ing cure Is effected.
If nu do not derive prompt sat!"
factory lesttlts fiom tho use of Peruna,
wtlte at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full cta lenient of your case and ho will
bo pleased to give you his valuable ad
Adiliess Dr. Hartman, resident of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
up a gale or two a good pressure can
be seemed at all times. Tho people
of Blakoly ate paying for twenty flio
hydrants, and council should demand
of tho wator company that a good
picssiire bo maintained nt all times,
so that these hvdrants would be ser
viceable to cope with the flames at
any and all times. Out appatatus and
fhemcn'aie up to date, but water with
good piessuio Is lacking.
The home of William Xlchols, ot
Second street, Blakoly, was destroyed
with Its contents by liie Tuesday noon.
The Wilson File company lesponded
to the alarm, hut owing to the great
distance tiom h Hie plug, their ser
vices could not bo lendeied. Tho
building and contents weie Insuicd.
The llio oiiglnatod from a spaik
thrown upon tho loot by a mine loco
motive. Cards aie out anonunclng the mar
riage of Mr. George D. Locklln to
Miss Bessie Budd, on Wednesday,
.Mr. J. D. Warren, of West Pcck
vllle, Is on the sick list.
The drawing for a tool chest, for tho
benefit of Mis. Ft. J. Mulford. which
was to have taken place last Monday,
has been postponed until Aug 22.
A barn owned by At chic Dunlap vvai
dlscoveied to bo on tiro Tucsdav
morning. A bucket bilgade placed tha
flames under control.
The '-Atterbury" Tailoring:.
You probably have heard of
this new system of tailoring
most people have in this city.
Clearing Prices give you an op
portunity. $20 tfjC tflO
and $25 Suits... M1 J PlO