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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-M'JSDNJBS DAY, JANUARY 8, 1002.
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The News of C&thondale.
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Pretty Wedding; of Mtss Mnry Nen
lon and Homy J. Battle.
A noon-rtiiy woiUIIiib, luiirknl wltli
ti oeremony prolly lioyond tin1 onll-Moi-y,
was fdlotnnlzoil In tlu liciuutful
'Innvli of St. Uohc yostiM-dny, while
Uio iTli3olttH wuh rliiKlnir.
'L'lie iit'inolpalH were Mn Maty
Kenton, itauitlitei of Atr. anil Mrs. Kte
)lien Nenliui, one of llio oldest ftitnlllcit
f Hie oily, and Henry .1. Untile, moii or
eleei founellnmn 'I'lioniUM Hutlle and
Mi-K. Untile. The brldcitnntd with
tllsB Tllllo Nenlon, Hie brlde'x ulHter,
did .Toporih Mottle, or Sehenoelady, X.
V., a nrothor nC the Ri-oom, wart Ijewt
Wlillo the peal of the anni'lnn was
.oundliiK, the lirliliit imrty moved tip
the aisle, while lite organ rolled oul
'he joyful melody of the w ddlnir
tat-eh. The nyhers. Will A. Xealon,
urutlici' of the Inlde, and Joneplt 8tiee
hiul, of Wllkes-Harre, were in the
end.1 Grouped In front of the snne
.tary when the profession ended, the
party made a beautiful tableau. Here
tins nuptials wore solemnized by Very
?ev. T. l- Coffey, V. (?., in the pies
.nee of the multitude of adinlrin;;- and
well-wlFhlnir. friends, many of whom
were Rtiests front distant pavls.
The bride was radiant. In loveliness.
Her sown was an artistic creation and
greatly enhanced her appeiirane.-. U
was dnehess satin with an embroidered
chiffon overdress. She wore a bridal
oil of point lnee, decorated with or
.uise blossoms. She carried bride roses.
The bridesmaid was robed In white
Silk over inouselliie de soie. She
wore a picture hat and carried pink
roses. Following the ceremony was the re
tention at the home of the bride's
parents, on l'ike street, where the
heartfelt wishes of relatives and
friends ponved In on the bride and
Kioom. The wedding dinner followed.
The interior of the home presented
a beautiful floral ptehtre to the bride
and Kl-oom and the Rtiests. Titrnbull
had transformed the rooms with his
nrraiifrement of palms, ferns and ut
Howers and blooming plants. The
dining room was perhaps the most
elaborate and from every corner and
nook the Howers smiled their beauty.
The tables were likewise resplendent
With their silver and cut glass, set off
with floral decorations. There was an
array of remembrances from the
young couple's friends, and conspicu
ous among the gifts were the cut glass
and silver pieces.
At 4 o'clock the bride and groom
left over the Delaware and Hudson on
their wedding trip. They will return
In about two wecKs and will be home
after Feb. 1 at their pleasantly ar
ranged home on Highlit avenue.
Mrs, llattle lias been most conspicu
ous in the society in which she moved
and she was warmly admired by licr
associates. She is endowed with many
charms of person, such that win and
hold friendships. The warm-hearted
wishes of her friends accompany her
n her new sphere.
Mr. llat'tle can likewise Hatter him
self on ihe friendships that he enjoys,
lie has the talent of music, which he
has developed, having entertained
many an audience In this section. He
Is a faithful employe of the Vioneer
Among the cucsts from out of the
city were: Misses May rinnerty and
Angela Vinnerty, Honesdale; Mlrs
May Savage, Murrain, X. Y.; Mr. and
Mrs. l.tfkc Connors). Misses Hannah
and Stella Connors. Mr. and Mrs. John
Fleming, l'lttston: Mr. ami Mrs. .Mich
ael Tigho, MIsf.es Anna Howling, Miss
Mary Tlghe, Mrs. Joan J. Gordon,
Miss Kose Campbell. Seranton: Mr.
and Mrs. John rtllcy, Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Sweeney, Misses Alice, Sadie
and Mnmo Sweeney. Avchbald; Mr.
and Mrs, Thomas MoiiahaYi, Olypnant;
Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Xealon, Arch-
iwld: Mr, and Mrs. John J. Grady,
MayfiVld; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Battle,
Archbalfl; Mrs. Sarah Sweeney and
daughter, of Green Uidge; Mrs, Mich
ael McXamara, Wllkes-Harrc; Misses
Mamo Fortune, Mnmo Saltry, VYovi.
donee; Annie McLaughlin. Mnme Ho.
ban, Olypnant, and Messrs. James For-
if you ask
Order the food served dry
and with cream to pour
Hint', William Mi'Niinitim itinl lllelinrd
Alt' I lit It. Wllkr-H-llitiTO,
A Deal lletwnon l'rcd ltoblnson, of
Clifford, nml John MeOottty, of the.
Knst Side, Wltlnh Untied In Alder-
nmn Morrlson'fs Office.
li'ied lltililiiRtili, of Clifford township,
col lilnniolf lit trouble this week, In. an
iiIIckoiI 'ondfutvor to roI IIio liotter lif
John 11. Modouty, of Iho Knst Side, In
a Howo trnde.
tloblitsnn Is an einployu on Ihe rarnt
of Arlluir I'eittce, In Clirford, itinl on
iit'COtiut of his kntiwledgo of the lino
polnlH of it horse wan dulugiiled by Mrs,
I'enret' to trndo n liorwu iiwihmI by her,
mid which witM not tin to the ulunilnrd
of n Koott horse. l''or somo timet Holi
Iiihoii seiiruhod for u Iruile, but hh
Hciitvh was frultlesM until this week,
when he heard tlml John II. Mellotity
hud it horse ho wituted to triiile. Iloh
Insnii knew the nierlln of the Intler'n
horse tind also the merits or demerits
or his own iiiilinnl,
lt governed himself iieeordlngly. uiut
drove to lci!outy's house uflor dark
ness hud sei in, So eloquent did he
grow In describing the ninny Hue polntn
or his luirso thitt MeOnuty was illicit
with the conviction tlml he was gelling
In return for his anlmiit n second t'res
coiis. The trnde was iiiade, bill M'eOotlly
Insisted that the horses would be
traded back to orlKliuil owners If his
new possession wits not tin to nil re
iittreiueiits. If" hitched hint mi Inst
nlRht and the horse nt once showed
sIrii.h of not being nil the contract
called for. in fact, he was fur from it,
and MeOouty nt once drove to Robin
son's place in secure Ids former nrlde.
Kohlnson refused to heed his reipiost,
and a wfirraiit was sworn out for his
The ease came off In Alderman Mor
rison's court yesterday aflernoon, and
Uotiliison was held In $500 ball. When
he heard the sentence he caved and
soiiRht ii settlement, which was made.
The two are again handling the same
steeds that they were before the trade.
Owing to the prominence of the two,
the case caused much Interest.
McAultffe's Favor Grows.
Two large auijlences greeted .lero
McAiillffe junl his excellent company
nt the Grand yesterday afternoon and
excnlng. In the aflernoon "A Mother'i?
Honor" was the title and the play was
elaborately given. Last night the
rarce, -The Man from Italy," was well
received and applause liberally given.
The company is the equal of any re
pertoire company ever having shown
here and their success of th last two
dnj,s augurs well for a big" week. The
company stops at no expense in giving
n Rood attraction.. Kspeclnlly is this
so In the costuming. The specialties
ore of blub order, the singing of Sandy
Chapman, the acrobatic work of the
Martine brothers, the Sis Hopkins
specialty and Paulino Saxton and the
singing of MeAullffe being par. excel
lent. This afternoon the "Great
Hrooklyn Tragedy" will be Riven and
tonlgjit "Shamtis O'Brien." . The latter
is one of the strongest plays In the
entire repertoire. It has proven the
best drawing attraction the company
oners and it is the play which Mr. Me
Aullffe himself regards as the one in
which he is seen to the best advan
tage. The assurance "is given that the
best pleased audience of the week' will
leave the Grand tonight.
James Grler, a driver for the South
Side Cash store, was injured at ." o'clock
Monday evening, while at work on the
delivery wagon. His leg was fractured,
and yesterday afternoon he was ad
mitted to the hospital for treatment.
The young man has many friends in
the city, whose wishes for a speedy re
covery go out to him.
Martin Jordan, of .the "West Side, who
received a load of buckshot in his leg,
while-trying to enter the homo or Pat
rick McXully, recently, is still in a
Antonia llushanek, or Maylield, was
discharged as cured yesterday. Ho had
been an inmate at the hospital for some
time, suffering with a fracture or iho
Prakeman Muir, who was Injured on
the Ontario and Western railroad re
cently, was discharged from the hos
Was from Binghaniton.
Followed bv no mourners, accom
panied to his last resting place by none
but the undertaker nnd his two sons,
was the sad end of the man killed on
the Delaware aivt Hudson railroad on
Saturday last, "a stranger named
Krown, from Morrtslown. X. J identi
fied the remains yesterday as being
those or John K Hovencamn, or Xo. 7
Hush avenue, Hlnghamton.
Hrown slates that the victim arrived
in Cnrboiidale on the mornlnsr of his
death, and joined a party of friends
who were going lo Scrnnlon In search
or work-. Hoveneamp's companion saw
the accident, but ran away and did not
show hlmseir since. The body or Iho
victim was laid at rest In St. Hoso
cemetery. Short services were held in'
St. P,oe church, the rosary found on
the person of the victim shotting him
to be of ihe Catholic fnllh.
This will be an interesting evening
for the members of St. Aloyslus rod
cty, as the mock trial, when Clarence
McHtilo will face the accusation of
dynamiting street cars, will ho hoard.
There will also be a smoker mid other
features to make the evening nn eiljny
nble one socially.
A Young Constable.
A young constable arrived on Sun
'day morning at the home of Com.tnhle.
Fdward Xenry, tho popular and effici
ent officer who It. attached lo Alder
man Jones' court. He Is a vigorous
boy, and Is the occasion of many joy
ful smiles on his hnppy parents' yart.
A Baby QUI.
Horn To Mr. and Mrs. Jirne VuU
a baby girl, yesterday, at their home
on Tenice street.
Increasing' Car Sex-vico,
Sine Suturdaj, when the negotia
tions for settling the strike apparent,
ly dosed, there Tins been tn Increase
in the tninibor of ears on this division.
The ears do not run any more frequent,
but the hours of running huvo heon
Increased. Heretofore intsy censed
about 4.2(1,- but IlOW the i,rf r,.n m
ora'l hours later. Th'-rc 7is Ijcmi no
FIVE DOLLARS fl BOX
'Nil! 1'1'ICC (Jul ,V() 1'IUMIIT, Willi lllm
"1 want to miy for the benefit of some
poor ityniicttllt' Hull Httiiiit'H Dynpeprtln
Tablets will kIvu comfort ami it euro
every time. Five dollars it box would
not stop my purchasing them should
1 ever suiTer again ns I did for n weett
before nslntr them.
The one "lO-eent box I bought lit my
druggist's did the work anil my dlgea
tlou Is nil light ngitlu.
Many of my neighbors have also
tried these tablets unit round tliein to
be Just an represented and Mr, Klltns
nlso wants tue to us his naine In en
dorsing Smart's Dyspepsia Tablets.
A. Klhns and Chns. F. HukzcII,
South Sudbury, Mass.
Mrs. .lames 1 tu it on. or Toronto, Can
ada, writes: "For eighteen mouths f
suffered front what I supposed was
bladder nnd kidney trouble, unit took
medicine from three different doctor?,
without any sign of eure. 1 relt so 111
nl last 1 was hardly able to do my
"1 thought 1 would try a box or Stu
art's Dyspepsia Tablets and see ir they
would make me reel better, never real,
ly thinking 1 had dyspepsia, but after
only three or four tablets had been
taken all the acid trouble disappeared
and then l dlseoveied 1 had had acid
dyspepsia, while the doctors bad been
Heating me for kidney and bladder
trouble and one of them treated me
"My digestion Is tine, my complexion
clear and 1 am able to do my work and
low snirlts ore unknown to me.
"1 am so thankful for finding n cure
so good and so pleasant to take as
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. 1 am sur
prised at the change they have made
All druggists sell and recommend
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, because
they' contain only the simple natural
digestives, and taken after meals pre
vent acidity and cause prompt diges
tion and assimilation of food.
Physicians everywhere endorse them
because they are as safe for the child
as for the adult; they are invaluable
for sour stomach, nervous dyspepsia,
heartburn, gas on stomach nnd bowels
and every form of stomach derange
ment. patronage, however, to call for this
change. Xobody rides except the
single passenger who has ridden since
ihe strike started.
The company will make no attempt,
it is believed, to run cars to FoVcst
City, until the spring. This, of course,
will be news that will receive a warm
welcome in Forest City where the
merchants have been appreciably ben
efitted by the inauguration of the
strike. All of the buying of, the inhab
itants is confined to that thriving place
Instead of being divided between it
and Carbondale as was truojiefore the
There will bo n public Installation of
officers of William H. Dnvios' post, G.
A. It., this evening. Senior Vice-Department
Commander A, . Stevens, of
Seranton, will conduct the exercises.
The officers of the Woman's ltellcf
corps will nlo be installed, preceding
the veterans in their work. Command
er John McComb. of Davles' post, is in
charge of the evening's programme
which will be varied and interesting.
P.efreshnienls will be served. An en
joyable and profitable evening is an
ticipated. Unclaimed Letters.
List of letters remaining In the Car
bondale, Pa., postofflcc January S,
1902, for persons unknown: James
Uroughey, Frank A. Davis, H. J.
Hughes, F, C. Menncr, James Munley,
John llynn, Frank H. Trultt, Thomas
R Walsh, William Williams, Annie
K. Korins, Annie C. Walsh, Mrs. K. L.
Merritt, Mrs. Lillian Mulford (2). Mrs.
rtoflney Mulford, Mrs. William Ii.
Keese. Foreign Fortlnatn Mollnaro,
Templars to Visit Seranton,
A delegation of Knights Templar
from Palestine cnnimnndery, Xo. H, of
this city, will be the guests of Couer de
Lion commnuden, in Seranton, this
evening. The knights will leave here
on the 7 .OS Delaware and Hudson train.
The marriage or Miss Catherine Cuff
and Thomas Tlerne.v, both of Mayfleld
yard, is announced to lake place at St.
lloso church on Wednesday, January
15- The couple have n host of friends
among the young peoplu of the town.
Installation and Smoker.
The C. M. R A. will hold an Instnlhi
tlon of ofllcirs tomorow night In St.J
Hose hall. The members will also in
hale the smoke of good cigars and
make a social session or the installa
tion. Meetings of Tonight,
William H. Dsvls post. a. a. P..
Carbondale lodge, Khights of Pythias.
Pioneer castlo, Knights of the Mysile
Fidclltj conclave, Hepinsoiihs,
JERMYN AND MAYFIELD.
The Dulaware and Hudson colliery
hasliofcn idle since the llrst of the your.
Yohterday the mules were taken out
and placed In the outside barn. Xo
ro-Hins wine given for the shutting
down of the colliery and for the past
weet all sorts of theories have been
advanced for the cause. Some onllght
onrwint was fc-tven on the situation lust
evening i,- inside Foreman Thomas,
bo in reply 10 an inquiry slalwd to a
number 1 wen Hint "the company vns
tired wi ih rnen running the cnil,'.i,v
and tuirjitiHCit running It UiemselVei
lit future," Thero has been consider
n bio trouble for some time past about
Iho division of ours wlilnh the molt
t'oinplnlil are unfairly divided, the
lending men getting more tlmii their
shine, Chi the uther hand the eoinpnliy
lutn Rtiittid Unit n few headings Unit
It wurt In ihivo have been lotarded ow
ing In the action of the boys nnd ntoti,
It IS u mutter of relief to the town
gonernlly In know the eiitise of the
present Idleness and It In to be hoped
for Hit' beneilt of nit (;oiiccrned that
the men will meot nml Hike such no
lion that the dlllleulty will soon be
itinleahly adjusted mid work again te-mimoti:
John It, Moreoin, son br Joel Slor
eoiti, of Fourth street, while going to
Ills hfiino yesterday nfternoou from tho
Delaware unit Hudson pity our hud tho
inlitloiitiiie to lose bis pay iiniotintlng
to Ifl.'J:', which he bail placed hi a
pocket In which he had his handker
chief. In pulling out the hitter he
pulled out the money also, without
noticing the' fuel, it wtts not until he
reached his lionie that he discovered
his loss. Uy it fortunate elrcuni
stance It roll Into holiest bunds. Wil
liam Williams, it young man or West
Muyllold, picked It up and us soon as
he discovered Ihe owner restored It.
Isaac Meudleson, of Maylield, yes
terday returned to the physicians und
siirscons college, Halthuore, to resume
Miss Mnry Swick was a Ciirhomhilo
'lite lilt or Miss Cooking club met
Inai evening nt the home of Miss Ihnlly
llleh on Main street.
il. Arthur Fowler Is taking it business
course or study hi the Seranton col
lege. llov. Wilson llentley, or Piiceburg,
will preach In the Primitive Methodist
church at both services on Sunday.
D. D. S. C. Henry Chapman Installed
Ihe following officers of Jermyn cas
tle ICL', A. O. K". or the M. C: Sir K.
Commander, Henjitniln Davis; Sir V.
commander, George Harvey: marshal!,
D. Ii Jones; chaplain, Henry Maynardj
recording scribe. William Culey; ilnnn
oltil scribe, William liensou: treasurer,
William Lnngman; Inside guard, John
0. Kvnns; outside guard, John Jen
kins; trustees for ensuing term,
Thomas Maynes, Samuel Penny, Paul
The second annual banquet of the
Peckvllle Forest and Stream dub was
held Monday evening In Odd Fellows'
hall. The occasion was a delightful
one. Caterer William Goyne furnished
tlie refreshments. Tho menu was
elaborate and of a high standard, Af
ter nil had partaken or the bountiful
supper, the members of the club nnd
the invited guests, repaired to the au
ditorium, where Tnnstmnster James
W. Smith held full sway. There was
much speech-making by the members
and guests: Mr. W. W. Watklns sang
several solos, which were highly ap
preciated. The president of the club,
Mr. J. D. Pock, made the opening ad
dress. His remarks were listened to
with marked attention. Among those
who responded to Tonstmaster Smith's
Invitation for a talk were Dr. F. Ii.
Van Sickle, Attorney Joseph Gllroy,
William Allen, W. W. Watklns, C. J.
Gaireniuller, Frank Henjamln and
George W. Hawiey. Jollity and good
humor reigned supreme. Those who
were present and enjoyed the even
ing's festivities were: Messrs. J. D.
Peck. William Allen, W. S. Dloes, n.
J. P.eese, W. W. Watklns, X. H. John
son, AV. S. Searles. C. J. Ganzeniuller,
William Hughes, J. H. Schner, Joseph
It. Hell, John Hembo, Dnvld Kvnns,
Kdmund Williams, F. P.. Henjamln, G.
It. Heed, George Dando, Wlnton; Wil
liam Gunn, George Clark, Kdwnrd
Walliek, Charles Wiley, Dr. F. I.. Van
Sickle, Olyphnnt: Frank Keese, George
W. Hawiey. C. H. Uenttyse, Joseph F.
Gllroy. G. M. Pierce, John Shone, W.
J. Proud. J. W. Smith, Robert Ilerley,
William Walker. William Goyne, Stan
ley Xewton, Floyd Greiner, Harry
Simpson, C. K. Clark,' Seranton.
List of letters lemnining unclaimed
In tho postofficc at Peckville, week
ending Jnn. 7. 1S02: Mrs. Kate Fen
non, Frank Morey. Foreign Anthony
Lou di. .Tonel Sedlouski. Thomas Sul
cak. Persons claiming the above wilt
please say "Advertised," and give the
date of this list.
F, V. Mace, Postmaster.
The residents in the vicinity of Wil
liam Hughes' home, on Xorth Hick
ory street, were startled by the cry
of fire, nnd upon emerging from their
homes, discovered smoke issuing from
the kitchen of the Hughes building. It
seems that Mrs. Hughes was cooking
some meat on the kitchen stove and
was in another part or the house,
when the(cnnients of the kettle caught
Are. The llames reached to the celling
and huge volumes of smoke arose.
When Mrs. Hughes returned to the
kitclien, to find It filled with smoke
nnd dames, she gae the alarm and at
once sea about to ouench the fire. This
she succeeded In doing, thus no doubt
saving the building. The damage done
Perry, Odell and Dee will present
tho thrilling melodrama. "In Peril," at
the Father Matthew opera house Fri
day evening. Hesides the company
they carry ten vaudeville artists, and
the famous little comedienne, La Petite
Bonnie Dee, who performs between the
acts. An excellent attraction is ex
peitod. AV. J. Davis, of Philadelphia. Is Vis
iting his brother, John L. Davis, of
An entertainment -will be held In tho
Congregational church Monday even
ing Januaiy ST. A, V. Kower. esq., of
Seranton, will present a large collec-
FOOD FOR A YEAR.
Meats , , 300 lbs,
Milk ,.,,.., 240 qts.
Butter..., .,.,,,,,,,.., ...,100 lbs.
IVfclft' 'I? .... .?..7 C07;
Vegetables .,,,,,,,. t ...... 500 lbs.
This represents a fail ration for one
man for one year,
But some people eat and eat
and yeU grow thinner. This
means a defective digestion
and unsuitable food, To the
notice of such persons we pre
sent Scott's Hmulsion, famous
for its tissue building. Your
physician can tell you how it
-WcMlMMMlyua, Ul0 lu HytW Uw-
has been welcomed hy all smoliers
of S cent cigars who have tried them.
The cigar dealers are most cordial
because CUBANOLA CIGARS sell.
No urging is necessary. One man
tells another about them, and so the
demand grows daily larger
and more sincere
nnrffn IN HUh
tlon of stereoptlcon views from differ
ent cities in Huropo and Asia. After
tire entertainment refreshments will
A good sized audience witnessed
"Fabio Komnni" at the opera house
Mrs. Catharine Thomas, of Spring
Hrook, is spending a few days at this
The Lxcelsior Hose company's fair
in Lloyd's hall will close this evening
when all the remaining articles will be
chanced off. A literary and musical
programme will be rendered. A pleas
ant evening is assured for all who at
tend. Miss Annie L. Davis, of Susquehanna
street, has returned home after spend
ing the week with Seranton frionds.
Jesse Cooper nnd Miss Lena Tiffany
returned to Wyoming seminary on
Monday, after spending the holidays
with their parents here.
Tho week of prayer is being observed
by the Methodist nnd Haptist churches
this week. On Thursday and Friday
evenings Prof. McKeen, the blind
singer, will be nt tho Haptist church
and nssist in the services.
A chicken supper will bo served in
the Methodist church Wednesday even
ing, beginning nt ."..SO o'clock. The price
will be fifteen cents.
Mrs. Minnie Brown, of X'ew York
city, is the guest of her friend. Miss
A gathering of young people was held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Creasy on
Friday evening last.
A young son was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Kara Hlewitt on Jnnunry 3. Mr.
Hlewitt is tho happiest man In this
A Junior Baptist Young People's
union was organized In the Baptist
church on Sunday. The following offi
cers were elected: President, Jennie
Decker; vice-president, Guy Fessenden:
secretary, Lyman Decker: treasurer,
Xorton Johnson; organist, Alvin Miller.
Mrs. Wallace Scott is seriously ill nt
her homo, on Main street.
Bom, to Mr. and Mrs. Gus Schmidt,
Miss Vernn Plowricht, of Maple
street, has returned home, after spend
ing several days with her sister in
Hancock, X. Y.
Miss Agnes Kelly.of Wlnton, has re
turned home, after spending the holi
days, with her mother. Mrs. Kelly. f
Miss Matilda Schmidt has returned
home, after spending Xew Year with
friends In Arehbald.
Mrs. Thomas Woolltiy and Mrs.
Jakes, of Dickson, spent ynsterday
with friends In town.
The aged mother or Dr. J. J. Wl
helmer died Monday afternoon, after
an Illness of several weeks. Funeral
notice will appear later.
Stops the Cough
and Works Off the Cold,
Laxative Broino. Quinine Tablets cure
a cold In one day. Xo Cure, Xo pay.
Price ith cents.
The week of prayer is lining ob
served in the Methodist UpI-ciphJ
church this weok. Meeting each evwi.
Ing oveopt Saturday beerinulng at T.:w
Miss Mamie IlindH, of Moosic, Is the
giiet of htr couiiin, Miss Xelllc Hinds.
Mis? lva Snails, of Swantou. spent
Sunday -with, nor parents, Mr. aad Mr.
.Mr. und -Mrs, S- J. HwwbiiUw and
Mr. hi id Mi-s, O, S liiWH ttwidt4 -m
Made by the American Cigar Co.
oyster supper held at Madisonville
The members of the G. A. P.. will
hold a camp fire Saturday evening in
the Independent Order of Odd Fellows'
hall. All nre Invited to attend.
Mrs. Arch Decker is entertaining her
sister of Wilkes-Barre.
The Ladies' Aid society met nt the
home of Mrs. M. P. Postfen, Tuesday
Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs. James
Watson, of this place, was injured nt
Seranton Monday night while attempt
ing to jump on a freight train. He
fell between two cars, and the end of
his right foot was caught under the
wheels. He was taken to the Lack
awanna hospital, where it was found
necessary to amputate his great toe.
Tlie furninl of the fate Tallie W. Jouf4 -will
occur tomorrow CTliuiwlay) nftornsnn 1rom his
late resilience .it 2 o'liocl;. Services ill he lirlJ
in tlie Vt'cl-li HapiM church at U.S0 p. m. In
terment will he made in Hie Toiej-t Home ceme
tery. s. .1. rhillip-.' Sunday K.I100I ilas ot tho
WcMi Coricirgatitiiial churc-li will lioltl a tsrand
rnliitalnmcr.t and social at the church audito
rium on .lanvury
llulclicr W. II. Thcaiss had a thtilllic v
pcifei.ee clcTil.iy mcirnir.tr while Krvins IiIh
patrons on Main iti-ctt. lie tros in the4 act of
crossing Ihe trarl -when a s-treet ear cainc nlcm;
and wllhout the U-n-t warning plnnc-wl into hU
wiiton, partly ikmolishii.s the Arliiclc and in
juring ihe linn, and nl.-o cirintr Mr. Thomas a
feic-ie (.haUntr up. The car was truwlini; at u
lrirli rate of Mired.
Private W. P. Kicmicr, who has jn-t icturiied
after M-rUntr Vnele Mim in Ihe l'hiHppitie. and
ho hai. been vMllng lii brother, G. V. Kr.ie--mrr
on tluiu meet, left the- latter parr of last
weik tu vl-ii h1 fitter at Cjmdcn. X. .1.
The Temperance Alliance will meet this even
inc at the home of Mivi Sarah i'riee, of Itide
Tlioiiia .lone relumed to lemme lii Undies
at the buffalo Medical cullcse on Monday after
.pending the holidu.vs nllh his mother, Mrs. T.
U Jones on Vain t.ncct.
Ta.'lor lodfre No. Jfii, Kiiiglt r Pythian, will
meei in recnilar Mnon tlib evening wheti intal
laticm of 'officer!! will lie held.
The rifth wunl viK-ilanee cotmnittee will
ii.ect in 11:c toting boolh at T.flO t, jn. on Thuit
day tor the jiiinnB of lrirUleilrie canilldaten and
10' transact other busine. peilainliiir to tlie
coming pilniailes. W. J. lloJdnv T)aid M.
HatrU unci fieorjru Don-e, vfgilatiee cfiinmlltee.
The meinheu of tlie T1or Jndse, Xo. W,
Independent Order Of Od.l rellowk, will meet in
kpetlal ivw4Dn lliln pt ruing to make arniiise
liieni to ultund Ihe funeral 01 their helot ml
brother, Tullie W. ,lone.
INCKEASE AT HAEKISBURG.
Schedule of Eates Paid to Pennsyl
vania Railroad Employes.
(1.1 Cxiliu.lt Win from The AKioiiulccl rrt-u
Hiirtisburg, Pa., Jan. 7. Notice or an
increase in the pay of the yardmen of
the Pennsylvania railroad in this city
was posted today by Division Superin
tendent Brown. The pay of the en
ineuT.. who ure divided into three
classes, will hereafter be as follows:
First class, twenty-nine ot-rits per
hour; swoowl class, twenty-sis cents;
third class, twenty-four cents, an In
eraase of two e'ents per hour for rath
Fhwnwi, elKhieen cents, an Increase
of one cent.
Conductors, tfrst class, daylight, twenty-four
omts; stieond tdas, twntj-two
cants; night, Writ eloss, twenty-five
cents; soeond class. twniy-two cents;
two cents Inrroaae in oach class, day
ial;enibu. 'day. ntneteu cents.; night,
twenty twnis. an liu-tease of two emus.
Thf reiudintJi have not yet it-ilvnd
notice or vagus under which they will
be paid uncle-r tlu ne-tv wiiedula.
LAKE SHOEE WAGBS ASVAWOED.
Company Awhbutims Iworesee of Sal-
tu'lee All Alogg the Line.
lt luJmive Kilt Ittiu Tim AwwikUwl himB,
CiWtdaUfl, .!. 7.-'tiu; LAHe SlMUH
Till: AXNTAb MEETIXO of the Moc-kholdcrs 0!
the Third National H.ink, of Sc-rantou, will
be held Tuesday, January the Mb, 1U02, in (Jin
Pile, tors' room of the Haul:, between the hour.
of three and four o'clock p. m.
W.M. II. PECK, Secretary:
Tlir. AXXl'AT. MKCTIXG of the stockholders c.f
The McKbic Powder Company will lie held
at their office in the City of bcranton. I'a on
Wednesday, January 2i, !KJi nl o'clock p.
in., for Ihe purpose of electing directors for thu
ensuing year and transacting Mich other busincs
a may come before them. Xo transfer of stock
will be made for ten days next puce-ding the day
JOHN D. SliniJEIt. Secretary
Till: AXXl'AL ineetintr of the slockholders of
the Kntti prise Powder Manufacturing Com
pany, for the election of directors and the trans
action of su.-li other business as my propcily
come befole it. will be held en Wednesday. Janu
ary 22nd, lfK)2, at Ihe ottee of the ooiniu'jy,
Seicnton, lx, t 3.S0 ci'clcck p. m. Xo trau
fcr of stock will be jmtde tor ten daj-s niHc
preceding the date of the aboNe meeting. 11 JJ.
THE AXSfAL MEETt.VG of the stwkholdrrs o!
the Dunmote Klectric bight, Heat and Piiuer
conian.v will be held ot the offlue of the .otn
pany, Wi9 Linden street. Sainton, Pa., on Wed
nesday, January JSIh, ME, at 2 o'doel: p. in ,
for the election of clii-oelors for the ensuing .icur
and such otner business as may come lietora
them. 1 M. STACK, Secretary
XOTICK 1-; 1IEI1I5Y GIVKX, Tliat a meeting ot
the stockholders of The Spline Drool; Water
Supply Cjmpany will 1- held ut the olfiec of said
company in ihe Hoard of Tiade building, in tliu
city of Srranlon, on Wednesflai. the titleenth djy
day of January. 1IKJ2. at 1 o'clock a. m.. for tha
purpose ef tlecting ditectors for tlie ensuing j&tr
and for the transaction ot such other busitiCfr 'fit
may juopeily come bcfoie ihe meeting.
T. 11. WATK1X. 'Secietaiy
XOTJCE IS lini!i:ilV GIVEN, Tiiat a meeting of
the stockholders of the Moosi,- Water Suji
ply company will be held at the oflice of tlm
company m tlie Hoard nt Tiadn Imilding, city nC
of Sctantmi. 011 Wednesilay, the nfteenlh da jif
Januaiy, IKJ2, at 11 o'clotk a. in., for tlie pttr-jk-iso
ot electing directois lor the ensuing year,
and fur the tiutwiction of such otlii-i business an
may properly crane hefene th" meeting.
T. 11. WATK1X, Setrctuiy
IX ItC: relate of I)aihl S. Cobb, del-eased. -Or-phans'
Court of Latkswauna County. Notiia
is hereby given that a lule bus been KiiiuteclTiy
the siaid Orphans' Court, 1 el uriiable 111 ihe iirc
argiiiueiit couit, to show cati-ic why Augusta 1
Cohb should net be foiever dischaised tiom tlir
duties of administrutik of the winl estaieu
Al'Gl'STA i'. COI1U.
and Michigan Southern Railroad com
pany today announced an advance in
wages to all yard conductors and yard
switchmen employed at the principal
points along the line, averaging be
tween five and sis tier cent. The ad
vance is effective from January 1.
The aggregate thus paid villi amount
to about KO.UOO per ear, and 1,500 uifrj
will be benefitted. The company is now
considering the advisability of grunt
ing an advance to its engineers end
fliemen. The trainmen employed by tlie
road received an advance in wages Fed
eral months ago.
Resumption of Sunset Limited Ser
vice Between New York, Phila
delphia and San rranciscp, Sea
Commencing November ao and each
Tuesday, Thursday und Saturday
thereafter, the Washington and South
western Limited, operated daily be
tween New York, Philadelphia apd
New Orleans via the Pennsylvania
Railroad d Southern Railway, leav
ing Philadelphia. Hroad street station
at CM p. ni., composed of dining. Pull
man drawing-room, sleeping, observa
tion and library oars, in addition
will carry a special Sunset Limited An
nex Pullman drawing-room compart
ment sleeping oar to connect with the
Sunset Limltod operated between X w
Orleans: and San Francisco.
The cluhratd truns-oonUnontal b "
Vie offered by thas luxurious trat: si
tuaUes a trip to the Pacific eoaat imt
only vwy quick, but most dellghtfti,)
Charts L. Hopkins, district TmBBeri
ger agwtt, Southwn Railway, trs
Ohtouout street, Piiliafltdrihiu. win i.q
itUuuwd te furnish an inforumtlon.
-" N0 DETTER Jim R
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