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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE- FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1901.
nnd walloped, It is expected, at Lake
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Delawaro and Hudson Ballroad.
June 8. 1901.
Trslm will lesve Cirbondsle st illy station ii
For sersnton anl WllkM llstrei rw, 7JM, 8 00.
BOl, 1001, 11 SI m ; li.l, !. 261' 3'60
anrt. 7 01. 10 0), 10 M p. m. ...
Sundsi Inlm lute t Si", H.S1 a. '" ' 1B
rr Album SjmIobi. Mftnltdl. Ilwtnn. NAv
KfiRlancl paints, (U, " (' a. ml '', r- '"
lor l.ske I.n.lnte, Vnimtt "'1 II'Mte"1de,
7.1!.!, 110-i a in ; 3 41. Cll p. m ..,
bnnday tnln leave- lor l-nk- 1vlorf. Wiuiiitt
mi HiMiedi1r- at I) Wl n m , 1 W. 1 !' '", .,
Train airier at ,irhonll from "" 'J,Vtn
and frnton a follow v AM. 17. I'-". '.r1
a m , 12 37, ;fi, .121, I -.:, tin', T 01, Sl. '".
11 7 p m . I M i m , , ,
Sunrtsv tun siriie at 0.17 a. in ; U l". 3 -'
4 2. 6 21. 11T.0 p in , ,. ...
Train arrlie ilaih from Ml.inv at .1 In ann
0 4" p 'n -i, on Sundae nt 2 "0 r. m.
Tnlna arrive from loii1ile and Wmrrml
dallv at Ml a. m.i WW. 4.10. 0 47 p in
Sunday tralM arrive at Carbondalo from h
I.odorr, U'simart anil llonfslale t 12 ' "
and 7 4.5 p m
New York, Ontario and Wentern B. B
.lunc 21. m
Trains Ifaie Carbondale lor N-rmton at 7 00,
10 01 a m. . 4 00 p m
f-undiy train at 7 oo a in : M p m
Train Imp Cvbindatp (or points imtth at
11 10 a m , 4 14 p m On Sundiv at in a m
Trip lpailne at II 10 a in ppK div nl " l'
o rn hundij make connection lor New irK,
Trains arrive Irotn -. union at 11 10 a mi 4 I J
1 1 p m, from point north. 1il a m,
p m Sundaes from s.ranton al o 10 a. m ana
44 p m ; fmm rado.ia .11 0 0 p m
.Tun 21. l'U.
Triln, Ihp rii stitlnii, Carbondile, dallv
Oxrept RundaO at 7 00 a in. and 4 31 p tn. for
Prandt ard N'tneceh. at 0.(1 a tn . dalle (ex
rpp'tnc sundae), for Tiincliimtoii. imkinir ion
n'otionn for Veee ork rlty and Buffalo, and at
0 10 p ni for -ii.Uflianna. niaklns connections
for ecetern points
?undie train at 0 14 a tn for Sun,uehnni,
with eetern connection", and 0 27 p m , ltli
Train arrlip at eM a. m anl 5 44 p tn.
Fundajr. at 43 a m
WILL BE SUPERB
There Will Be Pillnrs and Arches
Galore About the City Hnll
Grounds snd in Memorial Park,
and a Thoustnd Incnndesccnt
Limps Will Fuinish Their Glow
After Nightfall During the Semi
centennial Other Jubilee News
Thp anniiRPinrnt for thr mipoili dp.
orations for ihp smml-iontPiinlal cpIp
bratlon nio romplpto anil, inminpnclnp
on Mond.iy, Ktihrman Hm, of Sct.tn
ton. ho hap boon awanlpil tlio uui
trdct, will (1p(ip thpinplp! to tho
adoiiimcntH that will put the "lty In
an attlio bpflttltiR the gio.u event that
CarbonrUlp'R iltlzens. will celehrato
during enii-epntenni;tl week.
The plan of the roniiulttee eoinpte
hend deooiatlons that will rtollclit the
rp.sldentR and f-urptlse the iltorH who
will be the Rticsts of the pioneer elty
of the Anthracite ro.il reRlon duriiiK
the ilays of the Jubilee. Thpie will be
pillars and imho R.ilnie about the
Brnundi of the elty building and In
Memorial paik. Hy day, these pillars
will be shafts of lolor and at nlKht
they will be transformed Into pillars
of llsht, by the plow of myilails of in
candescent hiitipo. In Memorial park,
eleven of these pillars will be erected
and spread oxer the grounds of the
city hall paik will be twenty-seven
small archc. Theie will be three
massive arches, one at the Iipl.iwaie
and Hudson ot.it ion, emblazoned with
a legend of wekonie; one on North
Main street, and one on South Main
street, the other enttances to the town.
The llnest materlnli amonc the Mock
of Fuhrman Rros. will be cmplojed In
Subset Iptlnni continue to come to
the peneral fund. The New York, On
tario and Western Ttalltoad tompany
has followed the Delawaie and Hud
son company, with the substantial do
nation of $100. The Hattel mowing
company has been likewise kpiipious
sending a check for $50. Other dona
tions ate. Andrew Mitchell, $J0;
Frank Hollenback, JJO: cVntial renn
Fylvania Telephone company, $10
The labor unions have hustled the
details of their patt in the celphra
tion and havp appointed J. H. Oatf
ney as Brand maishal of the Labor
Pay demonsttatlon, and John Hermes,
chief of staff.
The float, "Remember the Maine,"
will be chief amons the attractive
displays of the school children's par
ade. The little "white sailors" who
participated In the recent "Mystic
Midgets" perfonnance, will be on' this
NUPTIALS AT ST. HOSE CHURCH
Morning- Wedding- of Miss Emma
Pauline McLaughlin and John W.
Buckley, of Norwich, Conn.
In the presence of a throng of wor
shippers entered to ohii'v the f.iu
of the assumption, the nuptials of Miss
Emma Tauline McLaughlin, of Fall
Brook street, and John W. Hiukley. of
Nor.v.ich, Ccnn., werp Kolrmnlze.i in St.
Rose, church jesterday morning.
The bride and her maid, Miss Jo
hanna L. Murphy, woto richly gowned
and with the groom and best man, J.
P. Buckley, his brother, the tiuartette
ifornid a beautiful tableau as they
stood before the beautiful sanctuary
and awaited the plighting of the vows
jthat formed the Indissoluble bonds of
matrimony. Vtry Hev. T. F. Coffey,
pastor of St. Rose church, olllclated.
The rich trousseau of the bride was
from Fournlei, of New York, and em
braced the latest Ideas of tho tnllor
made robes for autumn. Hlch blown
broadcloth was the matetlal, made Into
an Kton Jacket and a seven goied
j-lclrt, - with a circular floume. The
pretty waist was of corded silk, richly
trimmed with pearls. Her headgear
was a Panama tustan, draped with
Lyons Mtlr. en choux. She curled
point lace bundkeichlef,
Miss Murphy, the maid, wore a gown
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES
Allen'a Feotd'aic. a powder. It cures painful
rMrllna;. rendu left and injinn? nalli and
Instantly takes Hit .tins out ol coins and' bun
icn, Ha the treitnt omlort dinoirry of ih
Sep.. Allpn'a Feot-hase maku tlsht or nnv he,
fU easy. It is a ctitaln cute fet.tallnit. cal.
ill t"' 'a "ld'. "h'"K tU Ttilt jedaj.
Bold t-jrU drtiRcists snd jhfca, itotes. By miii
lor J5c In stamps. Trial pekate FRKK. Ad.
dress Allen S. Olmsted, Le Coy, X, y.
of pearl gray etamlne over taffeta silk.
She wore a picture hat and also car
ried a point lace handkerchief.
After the wedding breakfast Mr. and
Mrs. Buckley left over tho Delaware
and Hudson on a trip through New
Imgliind and Nova Scotia. They will
reside In Norwich, Conn., whete Mr.
Buckley has completed a handsomo
Mrs. Muckley Is n talented young
lady nnd was conspicuous in her social
set. She bas a wide circle of friends,
to whom she wis strongly united. Mrs.
lluikloy wac n giadtiate of Wood's
Business college, nnd of Carbondale
High school, of the class of '01.
Mr. Buckley Is a traveling salesman
for the I'lnter Leather company of
Norwich, Conn., nnd in his travels
through this section he ha3 made many
THE PUBLIC EYE
James Murrln, son of ('"nt Operator
John Murrln, who has Just toglMficd
ns n law student. Is a I'arbi nd-ile
oung man who Is well rmalltled fur
the profession which he has elected to
follow Mr. Muirln Is a graduate of
the Carbondale High school, and to
futther equip himself he took n uni
versity coutse nt Georgetown, Wash
ington. His habits of study and c lo.e
application wete notable In his school
days here, nnd It Is safe to say that
he has not, forsiikon these, but rather
1ms made them ..tronger In approach
ing the stiuggle of life. Mr. Muriin Is
a lover of athletics of all kinds, hut
It's ptohabl to foot ball that he leans,
fm he was ore of the most dashing
and "heady" men on the gridiron In
this section and was nlso a valued
pl.ijer on the Geoigetown team during
his couipc thcte.
The lntetnntion.il Coriespondence
hi hoots at Scranton have among their
foic es young men who hae made
striking lei mils, nnd among thee Is
Terrence V Walket, of this rlty.
Mr Walket "Tetry" his fi lends call
him has alwan been a hustler and a
faithful, conscientious w inker. When
he was with the National Kxpies-s c mn
p.iny. as manager of the oflb-e In this
cltv, his wotk was of the highest elll
cletuy and the company was loath to
p.ut with hint when he left to go with
the Cottespondence schools. Fiom so
licitor he has tlcen to an assistant
supeilnlendont, in charge of this dis
till t, and along his caieer theie Is a
long line of achievements that has
won hint a high place In the fnvot of
the ofllceis of the reboot. Mr. AValker
has won sevei.il plles, the latest a
beautiful gold-capped fountain pen.
which woh awnided to him fm having
led all of the assistant Mipeilntend
ents In the ni.ittet of eniollnients nnd
collections fur Apt II and May. The
award coming fiom 1'ieslilent ToMcr.
of the mIhioK gives Mi. Walker all
the gi cater le.imn to feel that Ills
wnjk w.ts somewhat of an achieve
ment. Mr. Walker has nlM won nil
the contests In this dlstilet In which
a banquet llgtued, and he is now about
to qualify for the third peilod In the
"Iloioid Bieakeis," a society that In
cludes In Its inetubeisi only those
whoso recoids Indicate that they ate
all-atoutid men In the fullest sense nt
that tPitn. It Is safe to iiicdlct that
Mr. Walker Is sine to Use to a highei
place In the ranks of the hustling
wotkeis of the schools.
Aithur AV. HaM.im. who Is the tepre
scntativoof the Cot lespondonce schools
in this cltj, j another young man
whot-e work has attl.icted the favor
able notice of his Mipeilmt., who have
deemed him woithy of piomotlon, and
have sent him to a moto pionilslng
Held, Toionto, Caiuida.
"Hustling" Haslam is what he has
been dubbed, and the title ih quite ap
propriate, for Ml. H.isluiii Is chock full
of hustle. He lb hiiMlIng mninlng, noon
and night, and this Is what has rained
for him the promotion to the Canadian
city, whete gicatcr things, are In store
for him. Mr. Hasl.im Is sine to make
ft lends, and lots of them. In his new
Held, nnd he leaves behind him hosts
of the watmest mui of filetuls, whos-.-wishes
for his micccs-s ute the heartiest.
AN EVENT OF GREAT INTEREST
A DAY'S ACCIDENTS.
Timothy McCarthy, a D. & H.
Brnkenmn, Knocked from a Car
nnd Painfully Injured Snmuel
Lcmchiski's Spine Broken Under
Toll of Rock.
Timothy McCarthy, of Scott stteet, a
brakeman on the llelawato and Hud
son local ft eight In charge of Conduc
tor Dougherty, was painfully Injured
while at his duties at the Hudson sta
tion on the lower division. He vvna on
the car, uncoupling, when he struck
ngalnst a water crane. The force of
the collisinii tlitew him from the car.
The accldeiil happened about 4
o'clock yesteidaj' afternoon, and about
7 o'clnik In the evening he reached this
city and was taken to his home. Dr.
1). L. Bailey was summoned nnd found
one of the Injured man's left ears split,
which required live stitches to close;
his, upper lip likewise Injured, requir
ing ns many stitches and his side badly
contused. McCarthy's Injuries are not
serious, hut they will keep him from
work for some days.
Samuel l.lmslilnskl, a miner In the
"Devil's Kvehrnw" mine nt rdgerton,
was caught under a fall of roof yester
day afternoon and probably seriously
wounded. His spine Is thought to
have been broken. Llmshlnskl's home
Is on upper I'owderly street, whither
he was taken.
HASTE IS NEEDED.
Special Convocation of Select Castle,
Knights of Mystic Chain, nt Jcr-
What will be an event of great
interest among membcis of the An
cient Older Knights of the Mystic
Chain, Is the special convocation of the
Selfct cnstlo of rennsj Ivanla, which
will take place tomouow night In As
sembly hall at Jeimyn.
The convocation will be for the pur
pose of conferring the beautiful Mark
degiee on all past commanders who
aro entitled to receive the same,
Select Commander Ferry J. M. Heln
del, of Yoik, will be piesent and con
fer the unwritten work In due fotin,
and also give an address npptopii.tto
to tho occasion.
Mr. Helndel, who Is a lawyer of gteat
prominence, Is highly esteemed In his
own town and thinughoiit Mvstlc Chain
circles and should bo listened to hy a
Delegations fiom Sc-r.intnn, Peckvlll
and Carbondale ate expected to b
piesent to greet the select commander.
Ilefieshments will bo served at the
close of the festivities and a social good
time Is expected.
That Game nt Lake Lodore.
The game with Honesilule, cm the
ISth Inst., at Lake I.odore, will be ope
of gieatest Intel est to base ball en
thusiasts in these patts. The Maple
City boys feel confident, or at least
would like to have the general public
think so, that If It weie not for the
manner In which tho Carbondale
"looteis" crowded the playeis they
would havo won the game. This state
ment Is simply "tot." as our plavers
weie subject tn far more Inconvenience
by tho Mapio city enthusiasts cmwd
Ing over the lines during tho ptogiess
of tho game, 'iheto will be no reason
for such silly cncuso nt tho next game,
as Manager Fox will have the diamond
roped off, so as to give full elbow
room to the vigorous glass blowers.
The game wi)l attract hundreds of peo
pie. from all over the two counties ancr'
will be well wotth attending.
If Carbondale Would Have the
Sought-for Projectiles to Add to
Displny of Ordnance.
John I). Nealon, through whose ef
forts the orclnnnce lhat made such an
acceptable display In Memorial park
was secured, received n letter from the
navy department, which Indicates that
If the piojcctlles asked from the gov
ernment to Include In the display, be
not lost to the city, means will have
to be Immediately adopted to move
them fiom the Ttiooklyn navy yard to
Caibondale. The appioprlatlon for
parks Is shot t and unless some provi
sion be made in another way, the pro
jectiles will be sent to another city.
Spec-dv action Is necessary to bring
The letter to Mr. Ne.ilon explains tho
clic-uinstunces fully. It leads:
"John D. Nealon, Carbondale, Pa.
"llefeiilng tn the department's letter
of tec out dale inviting your nuentlon
to the fact that the six eight-Inch pro
jectiles for the Fariott guns that this
dep.ii tmciit shipped you had not been
lemoved, and Informing you that. If
said pro.ct tiles weie not removed with
in a icason.ibte time, the loan would
be cine oiled and the ai tides in ques
tion held for such other disposition as
the department might dliecl. you nie
Infoimed that the chief of buie.iu of or
dnatii e i ('ports', that the above men
tioned articles have not been lemoved.
"Am mot e than a reasonable time has
now elapsed slnie the department's no
tlllcntlon It drslies to be Informed as
soon as praetli able, what. If any stops
have been taken to remove from the
navy y.inl, Mronklyn, N. Y.. the con
demned n.'dmincp. loaned to the city of
Caibondale thintigh '"i If no steps
have bren taken, or there Is no puis
pei t ot the imiiicdiiiK lemnval of these
at tides, the department will Instruct
the chief of buie.iu of nullum e to treat
the loan to the city of Caibondale as
cancelled and to hold the articles as
available for disposition, under tho act
of May J2. 1SD.
"It is requested that this matter bo
given piompt attention.
"John II. Long,
"Secretary of the Navy."
RETURN OF DR. WHALEN.
He Will Conduct Services on Sun
day, but Will Leave Immediately
for Another Sojourn.
Hev. II. J. Whalen, p.. will re
turn to Caibondale on Saturday of this
week oah vvlll remain In tho city
for n trw days.
On Sunday he will conduct the usual
sei vices of the Berean Hantlst ehnmh
and on .Monday he will meet ot tho
parsonage with the committee of the
Ablnglon Baptist association, to per
fect the nnangements for the annu.il
meeting of that Important body.
ine pastor gieatly desires a full at
tendance of the membeiship at the
Sunday sei vices, as It will hp iippps.
saiy at that time to pass upon seveial
important matteis In connection with
the nshoi.lntlou.il meeting and some
homo chinch matters.
Funeral of Railwny Victims.
The funeral of Mis. IMwnrd Kelly,
who was decapitated In Wednesdays
railway Occident, will take place this
afternoon, leaving the bouse on Scott
htieet. at 3 o'clock. Burial In St. Ho.so
Mts Wnlrh. the other victim, will be
laid at icst toniouow- foienoon. Theie
will be a high mass of ipqulein. com
mci.cing at 1..30. Builal In St. Rose
List of letteis remaining In tho Car
bondale postofllco, Aug. 15, litoi, fop
poisons unknown: Jack Clirk, Dr. J.
Deltnu Faucher, Patrick Kane, Mis.
Peuwarden, Mrs. B, I. Uussell, Mrs.
John Thoiuns, Miss Nora Rryden (:'),
Miss Katie Flnnegan, Mary C. Deals.
Messrs. S. & M. Wor,mser. Giovanni
Ciregosu. Foreign, Gosep Kolop.uta.
J. II, Thomas, P. M.
A New "Y" Built.
Tho work of constructing a new "Y"
In the Maytield yaid of the Ontario nnd
Western was commenced yesterday.
This will allow of the switching of tho
big "hog" engines without .using the
tut n table. The table was not built to
accommodate theso pondeinus engines,
and was being damaged by their
Crescents Must Pinctice.
Manager Fox, of the Crescents, re
quests nil of the members tn assemble
at Memorial paik at 2.30 o'clock this
afternoon, and go fiom there to San
dy's Held to piactlre. This Is to assuro
the strength of the team for next Sun
day when Honesdale will be played,
The Law Threatened.
An attempt was made one night this
week to break Into the club house on
...w .... .. nv... uuiru lit'.,! 4ii,i.i.u f'n.n.
'but It was unsuccessful. The keeper
oi me grounds servo notice on tlio sus
pected parties that tho law will be In
voked If tho nttempt Is mado again.
The rain of yesterday afternoon and
last evening caused the postponement
of the Central Labor union picnic until
Satin day night.
Dancing Clnss Social.
The ltechercho Dancing class will
conduct a social In Burke's hall to
night. Prof. Firth vvlll furnish the
THE PASSING THRONO.
Mla Jennie Tlghe. of the West Ride,
left yesterday for a visit at Plttston.
Misses Joe Scully and Marie Caw ley,
of Forest City, were In town yesterday.
M. F. Tlghe, of Scranton, a member
of Bauer's orchestin, was a Carbon
dale visitor vestfrrdny.
John Buckley and daughter, Miss
nila Buckley, of Susquehanna, were In
the city yesterday.
Miss Hannah Tlghe nnd Miss Katie
Morrison visited In Archbald yester
day. John P. Milady left yesterday for a
five days' stay at tho Pan-American
W. S. McClutchey and Mrs. Mo
Cltitchev, of Pittsburg, were registered
at the Hairlson hotie yesterday. They
weie on their way to Crystal lake.
Mrs. David Zellly, of Brooklyn. N.
Y., Is it guest nt the home of C. R.
Manvllle nnd Mis Manvllle
George Burrell nnd fnmlly left yes
terday for n sojourn at Ashury Park.
John Peel, son of Conductor Peel, left
yesteiday for Jamestown, N, Y , wheie
he will visit for a month.
Mrs. Lewis, whose modiste parlors
are In the Anthracite building. left es.
terday to visit at the Pan-American
S. B. Mills nnd family nnd Miss Jes
sie Moore left yesterday to visit at As
P. J. Hoiintu the custom tailor, of
Scranton, made a visit to Carbondale
Mrs. Maiy Dlai k, of Brooklyn, N. Y,
Is tho guest Pt the homo of Mr nnd
Mrs. Andtew Wyllle.on Belmont street
Miss Joule M. Gregg, of Haw ley, Is
the guest of Miss Anna Dlmlck, on
Harold Houghton has returned to his
home In Jormyn, after a week's visit
with friends in tills city.
The Misses Rotta McCabe and Delia
Dalton, of Canuan. street, nre spending
their vacation" with friends at Parkem
vllle. N. Y.
Frank Fltzsimnions nnd Henry Pld
gpon, of Canaan street, are spending n
few days toeing the sights nt the Pan
American. Before i cunning homo they
will visit New York city.
JERMYN AND MAYFIELD.
There w III be a special convocation
of the selpct castle of Pennsyvama,
Ancient Order Knights of the Mystic
Chain, held In Assemby ball tomoirow
evening, when all sir knights of ,Ier
myn castle, No. liJ.', are tequesled to
be present, ns the select commander,
Petty Helndell will give an address on
the principles of the older. Ilefiesh
ments will afteiw.uds be sercd. The
meeting will commence at 7.30 o'clock
The Ladles' Aid society of the
Primitive Methodist chinch vvlll hold
an Ice cieam social on the church lawn
this evening. A- cordial Invitation is
extended to ever one.
The omplnves of the Glenwood, Kile
and Keystone bieakers tecelved their
two weeks' pay yesterday.
The Fat met s' Fishing club will hold
their annual picnic at Lake Chapman
on September 4.
Fred Dawe, who has been spending
the past two months in Hngland, le
an ned a few dajs ago and upon his
aulvnl In New Yoik was quietly mar
tied to Mis. Hannah McLean, a well
known icsldent of West Mayllold The
bi'ido and ginom arrived homo yester
day afternoon. Mr. Dawe was accom
panied acio.-s the ocean by his daugh
ter, Edith, who will make her home
In our report of Tuesday evening's
school board proceedings-, there was -n
etior in the amount of salaries of Mr.
John T. Jenkins and Miss Cora Davis.
The f alary of these two teacheis for
the coming year will be $35 per month
and not $30. as stated.
Mts. James Wilson and Miss Wil
son, of Sc ranton, are the guests of
Mr and Mis. William Glbbs, ot West
The International Brotherhood of
Stationary Firemen will hold their
meetings every Fiiday evening at 7.30
in their hall at Mayileld. All members
fiom Peckvllle to Forest City are re
quested to attend tonight's meeting.
Yesterday morning a happy company
gathered at the home of Hev. and Mis.
D. J. Williams, In Blakely. to witness
the mairlage of their daughter. Miss
Ihnlly L nnd Hohert M. Fiew. On
account of the Illness of the bride's
father, the ceremony was performed
by Bev. David Spencer, D. D. It was
solemnized beneath a pietty arch of
eveigieens. At its close, heartiest
greetings weie extended. The wedding
brakfast followed, after which Mr. and
Mrs. Fiew, aciompanlcd by Mr. and
Mts. Genrgo W. Berry, left on their
wedding trip, which they expect to
spend at Lake Cayuga, In New York.
Bice and good cheet, as usual, attend
ed their departuie. In addition to the
family of the bride, among tho guests
piesent weie; Mr. and Mts. C. M.
Hathaway, Mr. and Mrs. '., D. Kd-wauth-,
Mr. and Mro. Alexander Frew,
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Frew, Jr.. Mr.
and Mis. Geoige W Beiry, Mrs. S. D.
Klngsley. Mth. H. S. Morgan, Mrs. B.
M. Williams. Mis. F. A. Parker, of
Waveily; Mrs, Jane Davis, the Misses
Cairle A. Kenvon, Mlldied K. Howe,
Jeannette F. Klngsley, Vlctoila Fiew.
Allco J. Lllllbrldge, M p. Sava. N.
LUIIbrdge, Saiah M. Cl.uk, of Scott
Valley, and H L. Williams, Messis. F.
W. Iloblnson, C. M. Hathaway. Jr.,
John D. Bolton, John S. Jones, Kdvvnrd
T. Fiew, Walter Ft.ew, and Chauncey
B. Tinker, of Denver, Cot. Tho occa
sion w.i.s exceedingly pleasant. The
lulde iCLOIvcd a number of choice and
valuablo presents. The groom Is a
member c' tho well-known tneicantlle
firm of Hobliihon & Flow, nnd Is very
highly esteemed, while the bride Is one
of Blakely's most estimable young
ladles. As the bridal paru- entered the
parlor tney were gteeted by tho strains
of Mendelssohn's wedding march, ren
dered by Miss Cat lie A. Kenyon as
ALL FLESH IS GAS I
THE biblical statement, "All flesh is grass," is
the poetical presentation of man's frailty.
The scientific statement, all flesh is gas, is only the
practical presentation of the same truth. Says n
scientific authority: "Solid as our body is, it is
mostly made up of gases oxygen, hydrogen, nitro
gen, chlorine and fluorine. There is enough gas in
a man to fill a gasometer of 3. 649 cubic feet. In
a man weighing 150 pounds the weight of oxygen
is no less than 106 pounds, and the natural bulk of
it were it set free would be equal to a beam of wood
one foot square and nearly a quarter of a mile long,
or several hundred times the bulk of the body it
self. Measured by the gallon this compressed gas
liberated from the body would fill 202 36-gallon
barrels. Even bulkier though lighter is the con
stituent hydrogen. Every man's body contains
enough of this lightest of all substances to inflate
a balloon that would lift himself, balloon and tackle.
It is about twenty times the bulk of the body con
It is only in the light of such facts that we are
able to appreciate the profound truth of the state
ment that- "we
are fearfully and
A man fool
ing around a
zine with lighted
matches is tak
ing less risk
than the average
man takes every
day with this
body of his.
Oxygen gas is
by far the most
ment in human
flesh and bone.
gen there is no
life. In certain
forms of disease
it might be said
that there was
of this oxygen
going on which
if not stopped
tion, for in
stance, the very
term itself indicates the slow burning up of the life.
This fever heat, the flaming scarlet of the cheek,
the burning eyes, associated with this disease are
all symbols as well as symptoms of the slow con
suming fire which is burning up the vital force.
There is no disease more terrible than tliis diseare
we call consumption. There is no triumph in med
icine more magnificent than to put out that slow
consuming fire of disease. This is the crowning
triumph of Dr. Pierce's Golden iMedical Discovery.
It has cured thousands of cases of " weak " lungs,,
bronchitis, obstinate cough, hemorrhage, emacia
tion and feebleness, which neglected or uut-kiilfully
treated would have found a fatal termination in
" I take pleasure in sending vou this testimonhl," writes
Mr. Will II. Whitmire, of Arlcton, Rockingham Co,, Vn
"and to tender you my heartfelt thanks for the restoration
to health of mv son, A. P. Whitmire. through the use of
your ' Golden Medical Discovery ' and ' ric-is.mt Pellets.'
"He contracted a deep cold about the first of Jnlv, 1S99,
and had a terrible cough. We called a doctor ami he pro
nounced it irritation of the bronchial tubes, with asthmatic
trouble, and he informed me that my son was hablf to dw
anytime. He told me that if we could keep the bronchial
tubes open, he might cure him; but after treating him sev
eral weeks and my son growing worse all the time, I con
cluded to try Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and
neasani reueis.- 1 nact seen several miraculous cures
I nut just In receipt of n letter from him from which I
quote: ' I am well nnd hardy nnd getting very fleshy.'
"I sometimes wonder to myself why the whole world
doesn't use Dr. Pierce's medicines nnd get well. The neigh
Jors all knew the condition of my boy, and they nil said he
had consumption, nnd would not live n month, nnd the doc
tor told some persons nftcr I commenced the use of your
medicine that my boy had quick consumption ntul would
have to die.
"If you wish to use this in nny way you arc at liberty do
so, with uiy full name and address.
The fire of disease cannot be put out by water.
But it can be put out by another fluid blood.
Wood is life. Hut blood is made from food. Be
fore the food is made into blood it must be
properly digested and perfectly assimilated. The
processes of digestion take place in the stomach
and its allied organs. A weak stomach must mean
weak blood and weak blood means weak life. Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases
of the stomach and other organs of digestion and
nutrition. It enables the perfect nourishment of
the body. It increases the activity of the blood
making glands so that a stream of rich, pure blood
puts out the fire of disease.
" I deem it my duty to inform you concerning the wonder
ful tcstoratiou of my sister's health," writes Knte V. Reed,
of 614 Tark Ave.,
"In February, 1898,
6hc was prostrated
by an attack of
weeks) resulted in
an abscess of the
left lung. After
the disease had
five weeks, her
physician gave her
up, saying that she
was going into con
sumption, but it
might be possible
that ns spring ad
vanced she would
improve, but with
the return of win
ter the disease
would renew it
self and she could
not possibly see
time. At this junc
ture another sister,
miles distant, came
to visit her, bring
ing with her a bot
tle of Dr. Pierce's
had great faith iu
the medicine, and
had hopes of its
benefiting our sis
ter Rose. After
writing to Doctor
Pierce for advice,
we began using
the medicine, and before many doses had Lcen taken,
we noted an improvement in her condition. After using
one bottle she was able to sit up in a chair for an hour or
two at a time. Its use was continued until she had taken
seven and a half bottles of the ' Golden Medical Discovery '
and one of the 'Favorite Prescription,' when she declared
herself cured, giving all the credit to Dr. Pierce's, medi
cines. And now, when she hears am one complaining, no
clifTctence what the ailment, her advice is, ' Take Dr.
J'leiif's dolden Medical Dnrovrtv and you wilt soon be all
ngi'if. It aiud ii.e ri lien other lenudies failed.'
"At the time she commenced taking jour medicines, she
was so weak she could not raise her head from her pillow,
and was so emaciated that her weight was only ninety-five
pounds; she now weighs one hundred and twenty rounds
and is iblc to work steadily at her vocation dressmaking.
" We shall always feel grateful to you, believing that your
treatment saved her from an untimely grave."
SAFE AMS3 SURE.
There is no alcohol in "Golden Medical Discov
ery." and it is free from opium, cocaine and r.li
Persons suffering from disease in chronic form
are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter tee.
all correspondence is held as strictly private and
sacredly confidential. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce,
Buffalo, X. Y.
Sometimes a dealer will be tempted by the extra
profit in inferior medicine to offer a substitute as
brought about by the use of these medicines, and, of course, l "just as good" as the "Discovery." A medicine
I had wonderful faith in them. I am so happy to te'l vou just as good as the "Discovery," should show "just
that I have not been disappointed, and that mv bov is well. j cur No othcr medicine can do that.
He used three bottles of 'Golden Medical Discovery at , ,, ,s , ' , ,:,.., r -rv- r: .
home and one vial of the 'Pellets,' and was then' well Therefore, accept no substitute for Dr. Pierces
enough to go to West Virginia, taking a supply with him. ' Golden Medical Discovery.
9'ff&flZm& ?" W 99 W3S t" inscription abovo an ancient
im ! V W Is B tl hi WSmiauS Crcclsn t ample. Thapo la nothing of
which mon know leaa than their own bodies, anil for thla reason thousands porlah who might live long
and happy Uvea. Dr. Plorcc'a Common Sonso Medical Adviser tolls man what ho la and ho to live. It
points out tho pit falls In th. path ot life. It clonic thoroughly with tho problems and perils of marriage.
It tolls tho plain truth In plal.i English. Tht3 orcnl hook, containing 1UOB pages, la sent Owe nt, rccnl&t t-f
stamps to pay cxponso of matting ONLY. Send thirty -one one-cent stamps (cost of malllncj irtyt .V .'-
book Is doslred bound In cloth. Or far pacr-bound book send only twenty-ono $ampa.
Address e 0i. 11. &.'. ,JYjT7VT, Buffalo, ft. Y.
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a ncu ra qaig' mmuam sw'
In the Great Dissolution Sale of Griffin & Collins,
which opens on Monday, 1 2th inst., you can get the great
est bargains in Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing that
has ever been offered in this city. All goods must be sold
regardless of cost, and all who know the grade of goods we
handle should certainly take advantage of this opportunity,
which may never come their way again.
"Every garment must be sold."
Special slaughter on Boys' "Knee Pants" and Chil
CRSFFiN & COLLINS
220 LACKAWANNA AVE.