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IK SCliAiNTOiN rJUUJJUNFJiU)AY4 MAKCH 7, 1002.
.The News of Cafonctale
I Delaware nnd Hudson Unllroad.
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New Yoik, Ontiulo and Western.
September 17, lftll,
'lri!n leave Gubonililo for s-lI tnlon at CO a
in , I 00 p tn.
s,jniliy titlns ct 7 Oil a in t 0 Oil ii in
mlm Inio Carhomhlo tor points itoilli nl
1110 n. m On Suiiiliu at I) 10 n. in. Hiiih
linlnz at 11.00 a. in wrol. ch ami 010 n. in
Smi'li) imKe Oonnectlotu foi Xcw ioil, loin
Tnlin 'irihe tiom Sainton nl II 10 a. m , jl 10
p. in.: frcn point' north, ' 0 P in. Mnulai
fioin Scrinlnn at 0 10 n. in. anil i.Ji p. m .
Iiom fii1cli at 0 00 p in
lime 2'. 1001
Inlin leue cltv ftitlon, Culionilile, iluf
dvecpt smln) nt 7.00 i. in. (nut I .13 P in. ( i
niamlt mid Mtiiuh: it '.! m . dull (i
icptltiff uii(liO, lot llliittlnmloii. miMn' mil
ncetlotu tor .New- orl. ll nml IliiOiln. mid nt
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for weitein points
nn.b triin nl " l' i m tor iMiiielrinni.
with western connections, .mil 0 ! p. in., wlin
rune connect lon. ,
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IN Y. M. C A. PROJECT
At the Canvns3 at the riist Meet
ing in Piesbytoiian Sunday School
Eoom iast Evening All Present
Declaied It a "Woithy Movement.
Another Meeting to Be Called
Tliu luofect foi ii buini.li of the
Toting lion's Chiihtltui Assoulallon in
C.iiboiirtale, nai earnestly rtlhcusqed
last niglit at a meeting in the Sunday
hthool loom of the FIi)t Piesbjtoiian
thuich, which wiiM ell attended and
at which the nio encoui.iRing inteioht
The lesulls of the lneetliig wcie the
selection of Rev. Chailes J-ee us pei
manent chaliman and M. D. Lithrope
as peimanoiit seeietaiv and the unan
imous expitsMon of the Katheilng that
it would he a foitunale nnd woithy
move to establish a. blanch In this city.
Those lncseiit weie uiged to con
tinued the intetest they llae nninitest
ed and to do mlsionaiy woik in
t-pieading Intercut in the pioject. The
next meeting will he called hv the sec
l etai y.
It Is eainpslb hoped that the ouug
men of the town will make a good re
sponse and ende.-uor to get as huge a
number as possible Inteiested as they
will bo the ones who will he benefitted
.State Secietan K It. nuclsalew, of
Ilaulshuigr, was pieent and addiesed
the meeting, which was opened by
Jiev. Chai les Lee, pastor of the Piebv
teilan chuuh, who acted as iiost and
Mr. Buckalew. in his piepaiatoiy
talk, in discussing the needs of a blanch
lot Caibondnle, lrttoi inert his llsteneis
that a Y. M. C. A. home would piovlde
for the joung men the means of inoial.
Intellectual, social and physical devel
opment as well. He uiged the oung
men to awaken to the advantages
which the association especially offeied
to them, and he also made an appeal
to the business men.
The meeting was then ihiown open
foi discussion and foi asking of Hi.
Tiuchalew- what Infouuation was dc
shed. Ile. A r. Chance and 51. I).
Lathi op led la the discussion of the
pioject. The election of the peunanent
ihairman and secietaiy and the ex
picssion of the appial of the pioloit
concluded the meeting
TO STABT LATER.
No. 1 Mine Will Not Begin Until
Monday, March 17.
It was expected that Xn, 1 mine
would lesuine opeiatlons on Monday
nest, atlei an UUenes-, of two months,
but theie will be a disappointment as
It will not be la shape for a lestunptlon
for another week. It is expected that
the men will study be in theli places
bv Mai eh 17.
On account of the Hooding of the
mines heieabouts eiy Htllo coal has
been shipped the past few days. As a
consequence, u nutuber ot citron of
Delawaie and Hudson tialniuen hae
Many Will Hear Biynn.
A number of Caibonrtallaus will go
to Scinnton tonight to hear William
Jennings Xlrjan, who dellveis his lee-
J ture, "A t-'oiKiueilng Nation," at the
J Lyceum In that city. Peihaps the most
eager among those to' hear hhn Is Dr.
Andrew Nllcs, who Is nn ardent and
enthusiastic admlier of this gicat oia
tor. w. 1). Orltiuan. city editor of The
Leader, U. A. Kelly, Wllllain 1'eel,
cliatnnnit of the Demoeratlo committee,
and U. D. latlnop, of The Loader rub
llslilng company, will have seats on the
staso with Jhynn.
THE CHARITY BALL.
A Big Event Which Will Inteiest
The big clmilly liall, which will bo
held in the new aimoi.v on Ilnsler
Mondny nlfjht, for the bonellt of St.
Joseph's roundllng lloino, Is being "u
eaeily dlscusHcd In this city that It
cult be s-a ' that It will ho a gicat
event fwi Oaihoridallans, as well as
for the )n cplo ot Scr.inlun. The night
Is being kecnlv anticipated and the
avHUtaltees nio that the giealest dele
gation thai ever went ftoni this city
to u social cent In tici.iutou will go
tiom t'nihondalc naster Monday night.
A t hcMinstanco that Is eiulle a fac
tor in mousing bo much Inteiest Is
Jhut Caibondalo Is well leptesentcd in
the list of pattoncsses and vli e presi
dents. Those f i om this city and vicin
Ciiliontliii Mm. .lolm Wliilo. Mi 1
IIiIJotII, Mh. 11 lluiko, A!n 1'. t nthll,
Ik. ('. C't limuti, Mlj. John Clunc, .Mis. 1! .1.
Mclialo, Mm. J. KlIptltlcK, Mi. .1 hika I. Loltiw,
Jirf. II . ktllj, Mi3 .1. II loubli, Mrs O. lot
tin, Mis. I. A Ivcllj, Mr P lllis Mik. It. Ml
)llr!cl, Mr, 1'. 1 Olniimi, Ml". '1 Ncilon,
Alu. 11. Mm) lit. Ml" .IJinci. (.niniaii, Ali. TIuh.
t mloj, Mi I Mikuooil, Mm. Jolm NciLn,
Mi '1. lVmdcih, Mm (lllmailin, M.i A,
1'. (Jllllc, Mi. 'Ihonus Ionian, Mts. M. MhIIboii,
Mr? V. V. Moflltt, Mi Jolm Mnnh, ln".lo.
hepli Untie, Mi-. (.Illiini, Ml" OCoinull, Mm
Mi Calif, Mw II. kliUwioil, Mm, JIiuiiih hi U
woid, Miii T. ilkcr.
MajlliM Mr H ilium Wrsin. Mi- M. (i
Ncm, Mm. T. il. Unit
Iciinjn Mm. T Hciulmls Mm M S
CollitH, Mm M MtPiimott, r lolm (.1 mt, Mm
MulliollJinl, Mm 1'. s,ci.
C iiIiuiiiIiIl lolm (! P.ililsett, llnin Tin J I ( ,
I. I'. Iluilc, 1'. . Lauoll, Clinics ( imiiiiu'i.
.lolm Clinic, I J Mtllili, lion lolm Mlpmuiv,
I imr; I. I.dliu. II V lvrlh. I. 1! .loiilltl. C-il .
Owen I.oltu-. Hi ,1 kclh. Hi dllli-, I. II
IIim, It. kilpituik, Jolm I null. V. Dnir.i, 1'.
I', fniiiini. rllinm Nrnlnti. Hi l n ml Mull,li.
Jolm White, Jiims Goinnn, .lanicrf Norlon, Tltw
I inlei, lolm hlikuoou, Itlt'i inl Kliknuuii, irnn
Xtilun, Janict Ale riglio, Jolm 1) ulmi, 1. .
PoMilerh, John McCibc, 'I bonus (aim tl tin,
Tiitir I iripll. l.tnnin Wlll.ci. lion J. I. 0cil.
Malt Noilon, liine-, Inttn, 1 link Ibown, 'Ihoi
OTonnoll, J mm S ott, 1'. II. t.lllri in, 1 .1 I n
nun, l'roftvoi He I.inei, I'rofioi Tollin-,
'lliomis Jouhn lolm VIsmii, I 1 Moifltt, lulin
Mmrin. Mail ( jinpbrll, Jolm Kllleeii, lolm Hie:
Kim, M 1'. Ilirictt, r . lluictl, lo-eji'i Hat-
lb, J. 1. Iloliml, 1 i ink Ho 1 in. licuitm llicn
inn, lolm W. Iluike, lun Hun'. TIiihiii ( il
il,Iiiii, William llcilcj, II (iillti m, Jo epli
Couglilin, Jolm 1'null, loepli (illili(i, I'it
nek (. ln, Tunis 1'nUcon, t'atiitk Itilmo-,
l'ltntk Kllbtillui. 'Ihoinis Kitknopil, ( lptiin
Mniiiln. 'i. M. Ncilon. Jolm OHour'ci, Matin
T. O'Millej, lolin Sbiniion.
MnHiliI WllllJiii llusin, M (i veu, 1. M
II nt, li ink MtCttt.
TuTmn 1' A Ilimliiik-, M s Collm- Ml
ibul McUennott, John Glint, IJiimjiiI "Multiol
laml liteipb I: Sullh in, Totei '-iin.ir
j STICK TO IT.
I Until Coffee Hits You Haid.
r i 4 e
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5 It, Is about ua well to advise people to
stick to cotfee until they get hit hind
J enough, so that they will never foi get
5 their experience, although It Is lather
5 unpleasant to have to look back to n
j half dozen yeais ot Invalidism, money
t and oppoitunliy tluown away, which
! Is leally the terrible pi lee pule! for the
weakest kind of a "mess of pottage."
5 A woman writes and her letter Is eon
j densed to give the facts In a short
-spate, "I was a coiTee slave nnd stuck
to It like a toper to his 'cups,' not
withstanding I hart headaches eoiy
day, unci ficquently sevcio nttneks of
VJ1?! Madaches,' (hen I used nioie coffee
to jelteo tho headaches, and this was
well enough unt(l the toffee stimulant
woio off, then I would have sick spells,
rjnully my digestion ayb mined, se
ver? (ittacks of rheuiuatlsm began to
appear, and' ultimately tho whole uci
vous system begun to bieal: down ami
I was fast becoming a wreck.
"At this time I was Induced to quit
doffee and take up J'ostuni Kood Cof
fee, This was half u year ago. The
result hus been most satlsfactoiy, The
rheumatism is gone entliely, blood is
pure, nerves piactically well and
steady, digestion almost perfect, never
.have any more Btck .hcuduchnK nd am
gaining bteadily, in weight und
strength." Namolven by Postuin Co,
Battle Creek, Mich,
r . " V " I
think like i in abscess of the ear. The
organ was badly swollen nnd at pios
cnt the he nlng Is slightly Impalrdd.
However, I Ills will disappear as the
swelling If sens,
Otiy Lllti , the good liattitcd llrenian
on the lloiiesdulo uinncli of the Uola
waio .t Huilson, who has 1ncit oft duty
for PoniG t line, Is able to he ttboitt
spiendlng si inshlno nnd good cheer with
his heuity. wholesome laugh. Ho ex
pects to it tut it to work on Monday
DIVISION WELL HANDLED.
New Chief Engineer MacMaitin, of
D. & H., a Hustlei.
One ot the most notable octiuieiu.es
dining the lecont stouu was the l.ipld
ity with which the Pi'lawai" and Hud
son main and bieiker tiarl.s on the
Pennsylvania division weio put In
w 01 king older.
At the commenceinonl of the stonn,
P.oadmnstci Nugent advised Chlet Hn
glneef Joseph MacMaitin, who has full
chaige of all Hacks, as to theli piob
ablo condlrion should the .stoim con
tinue. Mi. .MacMartln canio at once,
nnd after a pusonal obscivatlon ot the
detective places, staitcd laige gangs of
men to make ne(esniy leinhs. He
could be found at all times, day or
night, dtiectlng opeiatlons, and his
gloat knowledge ot this kind of woik
saved the company luindiedb of dollais
Two bildges weio washed out, but his
clear head soon consti noted tcinnoi.uy
ones, m tint tuiflli was not delivetl.
.Mi. MacMaitin v.ts assistant cn
glneet uudei It. II. Hi own, deceased,
and was acting chief engineer fioin lsss
until December :!0, 11)01, when he le
ceived tho .innolntment of chief en
gineer of the enthe Dclavvaie and Hud
It was under Mi. MncAftu tln'.s dliec
tlon that the Hnncsdiilo bialieh was ie
constiucted, and the change of tlu
Niiicveli biauch giatles is also due to
his Ideas, He is a lecognlzed authoi
Ity on all matteis peitnlnlng to lall
loadlng'. Mr. MacMaitin lett on Main No. 3 this
afternoon lor tho Adhondack division,
whete this company Is sufteilng iiom
washouts and anchor Ice.
Air. Nugent Is now putting on the
finishing touches and will lush all
hands until the load Is up to Us loimcr
Charles Hull, tho Biavo riieninn, to
Chailes Hull, the liinvo and dailng
moniber ot tho C'oluinbla Hose com
pany, who neaily lost his life In the
Methodist Hun eh ihc, will leave W
Monday of net week for iMilliidelphln,
whei he villi enter either the AVllls
3ye and Hiir Inihimuy or the Cnlvei
slt;' of Peni'isyhanla hospital.
Hull Is milking splendid progiess to
wauls heall'h. Ho Is heavier now by
fifteen pouiuts than pi lor tu his being
hui uc d. Ho, nuuiuges to keep In good
Physical condition by dally cxeiclses
in his houyc. What Heatment ho Is
lt'telvlng is for his eyes, which weio
tciilbly seated by (lie and It In on
this mluulou that he goes to Philadel
phia The eye-lashes ate gone, and
cittnln muscles ot the eje In lestialnt,
which pi events the lice use of these
ohmi!". A sllghl opciutlnn will be ne
ecusaiy to give him lellel.
The scaled Uesh on Hull's hands
aie healing nicely und It is expected
that thej will be dlsllguied hut little.
His fneo w'll show some of the effects
of Hie "ouilng, but nothing like what
was fcaitd 01 expected when he was
taken to Pi. AVheclet's hospital. The
ticatiurnu u'ld caiefut musing which
he leeched at this institution and sttb
seeiuently nt his home, hi ought about
these happy lesults, Jlin exceptionally
stiong constitution also stood him In
Hull's legion of CViihoudiile fi lends
wish ioi the best lesults on his mis
sion in I'hl'adclphit.
Miehnel Bnnett, a D. and H. Em
ploye, Sustains Gashed Eye.
Alle Intel Itanett, ol Tall Ihook htieet,
a machinist in the employ ot the
Delaw.ue and Hudson company, met
with ,n accident yesteirtay that will
keep htm fiom wi lk foi tome time.
Darictt Is a machinist In the lottnd
house, and was woiking ou an en
gine, aheit a piece ol lion fell and,
still. Ing on the light cje, made a
gnh that almost encircled that oigan.
linkllj, (he eje ltselt vas not lacei
.ited. J Te was taken to his home and
a sti'gcon called to chess the injui.
Making the Changes.
Woikmen aie engaged in the inteiior
of the Antluaclte building piep.tiing
Hie liaiteis foi AIus. Webb. She will
hi.ue the second ilooi and It will be di
vided into a laige dining loom and
a kitchen At ptesent the boaideis In
the hotel aie compelled lo go out lor
theli meals but undei the now auange
ment they can he accommodated in the
Inues nnd His Band.
limes and his famous baud will be at
the Hi and on Tluii.sdny atteinoon iiel
und will piovldo the gieatesi musical
ovent of the season.
Malinger Hviuc- has leeehed lelteip
fioin Aiehbaltl. Jeimvn, Alajilcld and
Foiest City. Iiiduliiiig for heats. This
would indicate that the appeaianco of
the band will be u gteut success. Vocal
ists with national leputatlons aciniii
pauy Junes and ptoviilo a piogiaiiiuio
of vocal geniH.
A Successful Caibondallnn.
Di. William MouIkou, of Phlladtl
phla, son of Aldeunan Mouison, a Cai
boiidalian who Is hewing out a gteat
leputatlon foMiiiphelf ainong the medi
cal men of the Quaker City, made a
lllng vUlt to this city this week". Ho
accompanied his sister, Allss Mai.v Aloi
ilson, who paid him u visit of hevtial
A New Position.
James W. Uaiiett, of Powdetli stieet,
who was one ol the coal dillleis of tho
Delawaie and Hudtioii tonmanv, hits
accepted a position as agent tor UuJ
Aletiopolltan Life insiuanee conumnr,
uudei Assistant Hupeilutendeut W it
The Road Opened.
The Tiaction coinp.mv succeeded In
opening theli load thiouglt Main stieet.
The tvofk car and the Hige hiiow plow
made shoil woik of the blockade. The
load has not been opened below the
With the Nuises.
Mis. 1! Olhuiu tin, who bus been pio
iesionally engaged In Joimn lot the
past tlnee weeks, his lcliltiied to bei
home In this city. AIis Katluvii Cll
hool has been called to Aiai.it on a
Chinch Benefit Social.
Mis. C. W. Fulkeison and Alls l: C.
Hly will conduct a social at theli homos
this evening foi the benefit ot tho AI.
H chinch building fund. A ecu dial in
vitation is extended to all.
Change In Missionaiies.
ralhci 131oeiu, who has been hue
since the beginning ot the ienew.il mis
sion In St. Hose chinch, left Wednesday
loi S'tiatogn, His place has been taken
bv Father Oleit.
The ni( cling ol the Ladles' Aid .society
ot the Flwst Piesbj leiian chinch was
postponed fiom Wednesday to this at
teinoon. It will beheld nl 3 o'clock In
the home ot Alia. Knnoi,
An Official Visit.
Oeoij,o W West, of Alleldletoun,
supeilntenilent of motive now ei ot the
Ontiulo and Wtsiein, paid an oillciul
visit to this city estcidny.
Meetings of Tonight.
Palestine eoininandeiy, Knlglits
Juiiliii' Older Aiuetlean Aleehanles.
Laekawauna eneanipineiit, Odd Fel
To Elect Ofllceis.
The Lackawanna encampment, No,
10, will have their annual election ol
ollliei.s tonight in their meeting hall.
G. F. Ackeiinan Is lop.ipeilng and
painting a nuinbti of looms In the Ho
Next Week's Golden Jubilee.
All. and Alls Willi nn Atkinson, one
ot tho aged and most hlghlj esteemed
coupliM In the clly, will on Alaieh H
tolebinte their golden wedding aiuilvet
sniy at theli home, No. 22 River stieet.
Cat ds have been sent out In their many
Caibondale council, No Ui I, Itoial
Aicauuiu, held an uuulveisaiy baiuiuet
In the Lackawanna house last night.
This linpoitailt event In the hlstoty ot
this council will be icported at length
in tomoi tow's Tilbune.
The Sick Who Aio Impiovlng.
Finnk R. ClilToul, who has been quite
sick at his loom In the Antluaclte, is
much linpiove und will bo able to bo
about in u few days.
All. Cllffoid's ulliuent bus been some-
When Scott's Emulbion
makes the consumptive gain
flesh it is curing his consump
Exactly what goes on inside
to make the consumptive gain
weight when taking Scott's
Emulsion is still a mystery.
Scott's Emulsion does some
thing to the lungs too that re
duces the cough. More weight
and less cough always mean
that consumption is losing its
influence over the system.
Scott's Emulsion is a relia
ble help. Stud tor Tree Sample,
SROrr& UOWISb, CkciuUD, trtJ'earlM.. N. V.
ft lends for an "at homo" to be held be
tween 1ho hours of 10 a, in. and tl p. in,
THE PASSINO THRONG.
J. W, I'olllo, of Scinnton, was In the
Carl Cloddel, of Beianton, spent yes
lei day In Catboiulnle.
13. W. Thayer, fi eight ngont nt Scrnn
ton for the Ccnttnl liilhoad, made u
tl tp to Caibondnle yesterday.
Vincent C, Mnnneis, ot the People's
shoe stoic, Is homo fiom Waveily, N.
, where ho visited for seveial (lavs
James Thompson, of tho Iinpetlal tes
tauiaiit, was among the Cnrbondallans
who visited Wllkes-Uaiio this week to
see tho Hood scenes.
Alls. It, AI. O'Hoto and daughter,
Alice, ot Taylor, nio tho guests of Mr.
and Mis. W. It. Jones, of River stieet.
Alls. O'Hoio Is the sister of Mis. Jones,
W. J. Hamilton, of the Hcndilck
Alauufactuilng company, lcfl last night
over the Ihle mail foi Chicago on a
business tilp, He will be gone about
Will AI. Latluop, of the Wateibury.
Conn., Republican, a Catbondallan,
who Is achieving success In journalism
In other fields, was a Caibondnle visi
Atlss Alamlo Karly, of Seventh ave
nue. Is visiting her cousin, Allss Alice
O'AInlley, of f-'ci anion, who has been
Mtfi'oilng for about eight weeks fiom
a sevete attack of lhouniallsni
How aid Pew, ptess agent for Inncs'
band, was at the A met lain house jes
teidn). He was aiianglng for the ap
peal aneo of tho band at the Grand on
John Dougheity and John Pollock, of
this city, left Wertnestlav for the West
whete they will locate. Air. Dougheity
goes to Los Angeles, California, and
Air. Polltck to Denver, Cnloiado, wbeie
they have seemed positions.
After a tloso conllnenieiit foi the
last two weeks, with la giippe and
heuit tiouble, Couuiide Jacob L"Itel Is
now convalescent at his home, No. 21
Foulh Alain stieet. He has been a
gieal sttfieicr uhvslclally fiom his
malady, and mentallv fo( tho leason
that he could not attend to his duties
at the lounrt houe, nor pay fiatcinnl
lt,lts to many who ate now under
medical tieatinent. All. LMtcl Is vet
veiy weak, but he 1 gaining each day.
JEnWYN AND MAYFIELD.
The lesidents ot Jklgeiton ate still
siifletlnt, eoiisideinble' Inconvenience
tiom the effects ol last week's Hood.
The load leading theie was ho badly
washed out that II Is jet Impossible
lor a vehicle to get thiough. The stock
ot piovlslons Is depleted and a Alnv
llcld met chant has been waiting the
pasl two elas toi a fi eight car to
ship fcome goods. The people ltoni
.leimyn, who osed to lido to and tiom
their voik, aie obliged to walk
The Alisses 35es.s Fieas, AlaiV Swlck,
Lninia Aloon, Coia Davis and C'lnudo
Stockei, Ilauy Oiilillhs, Ft.td AViight
and P. J. Alctjintv, attended a social
In the auditorium of tho boaid of
tiade bulldliM, Scianton, last evening.
The luneial of little Audiew Lee,
v.ho met such an untlincb death on
Weelnesdnv, will take place ou Sunday
atteinoon. Sei vices will be held in St.
.lames LpIcopaI clutien
Di. Vholau, of Scianton, was In
town jesleidnv to s-ee Diugejlst Fiank
I3eiin To Air. and Alls Peter Atc
Aiidievvs, of North Alain stieet, a
daughtei, and to Alt. und Alls. Patilck
Davitt, ot West Alavtleld, a son.
AIis. CI. IL Chiik, of Scianton, is Hie
guest ot AIis John V. Nicholson, of
AIis. Thomas I3i.iv will enleitutn the
Ladies' AlagaWne club at llei home, on
South Alain stieet, this evening.
The little daughter of Air. nnd Alt.
Will Unbolts, of Second stieet, con
tinues (llito ill,
Cleoie I loves has moved hit. milk
dalty to the Davis building, on Lacka
wanna stieet. T L Williams will move
his tonsoil.tl uailoia lo the Sweeney
bulldlns on Alonday.
't'he watoi has bten all pumped out
ol Heldv Cieuk mines hv the huge
JeuncsMllo pumps and Is neailj all
out ot No. J mines, which was also
Hooded. It Is cMiectcd that woik will
lie lesumed In both places abotu Alon
The found itions of the houses of
William C"J 111 and Hvnii Iieese, In Ulnke
l,.hlch weie swept nvay b the Hood,
me being lebuill, and most ot the cel
lius of ihe business places and iesl
deuecb on Lickawanna stieet have h.ul
tho water munpod out and ate nai
liiilly itstoied to theli leu mei eondl
tlon. Ali- Hail j Wiight. of Ciubouelale,
who has been visiting t datives In town,
i etui lied home vcsttidav
Counellmaii John Pettlgiew, who has
been leeching tieatinent at Hie Lacka
wanna hospital, In htiiintnii, for the
past two weeks, will letutn home to
moi inw, He is nun h linpiuveel In
Tho Sttiihk Cieek shaft, which was
duiwned out hlnce tho stoun ot last
I'lldttj, Is neiuly leady lor opciutlnn
Two Immense buckets weio attached to
the cage, inking the water out all week.
Last evening they Mice ceded In getting
the huge pump at the loot of the hh.tft
In opeiatlon, and as a lesult It Is ex
pected that the shaft will be In condi
tion for opeiitiioit Alonduj ot sonnet.
Yesteidny they succeeded hi woiking
the Chassy vein und diltt, fiom which
places tin leeehed coal enough to
opetato tho bleaker until I o clock.
Thomas Walton, Jr, Jese Johnson
and Thomas Tioy, tlnee ouihy, who
had a deslio to see the weuld, eaiihed
theli pai cuts consldeiablo alaim by
disappenilng with their mouth's pay
last Satuulay evening. Tho patents ot
the ehlldien made a diligent scinch
tluoiighout tho town, hut failed to Hurt
any clue. Lust evening N. Clink, a
f I lend of the Iiojh, leeelved a letter
ltoni them, stating that they weio at
piesent In Now Voik Pity.
Alia. L'sehehuaii is ill with append!
cttU. Mi. John Yeagor. of Towandu, has
retained homo aftei visiting n lends
Alls. Ilalse Swiuts, Is quite 111.
All Sw aits, of Scianton, was the
guest of Ah. John Scott last Sabbath.
The heavy fall of snow hus again
blocked the loads in tills section of the
Allss Addle Fields is visiting fi lends
The death of Alls Albeit Ailller oe
cm i eel on Sunday nioinliig after a few
dajs' illness Deceased was neaily 07
veins of ago, and was highly esteemed
ami icspccled by all who knew her.
She is sin v (veil by a husband, one son,
man. of Seiiuiton, and one daughter,
Tho fnrracr vvau woiitlcring what ho wns going to do nhont it. Tho hogs
had destroyed his plnnting of coin. His crop wns itiincd. IIo saw starvalion
staring him in tho face. What ho did not eoo were tho hogs Rkulking through
niej iiuicb in ins negicctuil iuilCC.
"Theio never was such a farmer," says the experienced ngiicttltmist. Tho
first thing a good fainicr does is to look after his fences. True, but tliero nro
good men who am bad farmers, thuro aio also good farmeis who lake nioro
rare of their fences than they do of thcnihclves, and are puzzled to know why
they seem to Rtarvo whilo they e.tt abundantly. There's many a fanner who,
lH M..tl ... f .1 t!.t . ii 1- l.! If 1 . '
in Bpiiu ui gouci living, nulls iiiiiiscii los
ing lleflli, falling oil in weight. JIo won
deis why it can be. ITo hits plenty to cat
and ho eats plenty, yet ho grows thin and
weak. lJut his condition is easily ex
plained. As the fence is to the Hold so
is the stomach to tho body. A weak
fence leaves tho crop at the nicroy of tho
hungry invader. A weak stomach leaves
the body at tho mercy of dise-ise, and
disease is always liungty. The farmer
knows that planting does not make pros
pciity. After the planting the seed must
be piotoctcd and cultivated until tho
single grain becomes the full ear. It is
so with the harvest of health. Ealing
alone, the putting of food into tho stom
ach, does not make strength. The food
eaten must be digested and assimilated
befoio the body can bo benefited by it.
When the btoinach is weak digestion i3
impel feet, and the intuitive value of tho
food calen is largely lost, lletice tho
farmer who plants lood in the weak
stomach and expects a crop of .stiength in
the body is disappointed. It's the story
over agiiin of the hole in the fence.
Loss of Hesb, dccieaso in weight, aro
among the sin est signs of disease. When
the body is starved it dies. When suf
ficient lood is eaten to sustain the body
and the body loses instead of gains, it is
being starveil, and theie is only one end
to starvation. Tito vcty fact that flesh is
being loht locates the disease in the
stomach. Ilcait, lungs, liver, kidneys
any and nil other oigans maybe involved,
but the loss of Uesh points to loss of
nutiilion, and that smely means "weak"
or diseased stomach. In such cases tho
ittle is, "Ottie the stomach and yon cute
the body." Il is because Dr. Pieice's
Golden Medical Discovery cures diseases
of the stomach and other organs of diges
tion and nutiilion that it cures diseases
of heart, liver, lungs, kidnevs, etc., which
have their origin in diseases of the
stomach, and the consequent loss of nulii
tion which weakens tho whole body and
every organ of the body.
" I used ten bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery and several vials of liis
' Pleasant Pellets ' a year ago ihis spring, and
have had no trouble with indigestion since,"
writes T.Ii W. T. Thompson, of Towuseud,
Hroidvvater Co., Montana. ''Words fail to tell
how thankful I am for the relief, as I had suf
fered so much and it seemed th it the doctors
could do me no good. I got down in weight
to 125 pounds, and was not able to work at all.
Now I weigh nearly 160 and can do a day's
woik 011 the larni."
If lost flesh indicates disease, so the regaining of lost flesh surely indicates
the curing ot disease. When the body is built up again tliiotigh 1I10 agency
of "C4olden Medical Discoveiy "the feeling ol lestoied health can be cheeked
011 the scales.
" I wish to ba to the world that Dr Pierce's Golden Medicil Discoicrv h is proved a
great blessing to me," writes Airs Hllen L Hacon, of Shutesbury, Franklin Co , Muss.
" Prioi to September, 1S97, 1 h id doctored for my stomach tiouble for several j ears, going
through a course of treatment without any real benefit. In September, 1896, I had very
sick spells and grew worse ; could eat but little I commenced in Septeiubci, 1897, to
take Di. Pierce's medicine, and in a short time I could eat and work. I have ginned
tivenl) pounds vi In 0 months "
If you nio inn-down, weak, emaciated, it means that youi food is not nour
ishing j 011. The stomach is dbeAbed. To cure the diseased slonuch and
iccover the lost physical strength use Dr. Pieiee's Golden Medical Discoveiy.
It is not a meic tonic or btiinulnnt, but a tine flesh-forming, body-building,
lnuscle-iualdiip, medicine, woiking with Natuie ou Nature's plan of ci eating
stieiigth by nutiition.
Sick people aie invited to consult "Dr. Pietcc, by letter, free. All cones
pondotice is stiictly confidential. Addicbs Dr. I!. Y. Pierce, Buffalo, X. Y.
wiiSah Sa hotter tSmn euro How to provesit discaso as waif as
haw to gufo it, is taught sn Eir PEbvgo's Gornmon Seziao tWod"
ScaB Adviser. This great vjupH catstassas ovos UtiQO targe paejos
asszS "s sent FBEC an vasossit of staimps to pay expanse at EijaiS"
ing ONLY. Son it 33 ana"Oa3ii Gizusvps far tho clotliSsaiseisii voi
Ettwo., an only 21 sS.i:nps S.ar tho hook on paper covorsm
AtlUrasss Ot: ?. V. PIERCE, Bui f aio, fJ. Y.
Augusta, at home, nlo m.iu 1 datives
and tilends who inoiiin het loss The
luneial scivlces took place fiom het
late home, Tuesda atteinoon at '1
o'clock, llov. U II. Pienllce olllclatlng
A duet, "Jestm Lover of Aly Soul," was
sung and Hov. Davis oiieted piayer,
after the senium by llov. Pi entice, a
duet, "Sometime Wo Shall Know," was
sung. Alany beautiful llotitl piece,
(oveied the casket. Inteuiient was
made in the Alnvcow ecnietiiy,
A veiy pleasant suipilse patty was
leiulucd to Alls, Guiles, ou Tuesday
evening, Among those picenl weie
All. and Alu. Uuvgill, All and Mis,
Suniinc'is, All. und Mis. Stetl, Jits,
lint locks, Alls. Ushei, Air, and Alls.
Aeai, Mis James Oakev, All, und Alls.
11. Davis. Alls Hill, ihu Allthcs Alaiy
A. and Phoebe CJai Rill, Flotfiieo Nell,
Alessis John and Thomas O.iIIe.s and
A. Snyder has icttuiied hoine Loin
the South, wheio ho has been tor sov
William Ushei, of Alajilcld, Is visit
ing f 1 lends hi town,
tins Schmidt was a business eallti in
Huxley and the Itepoitcis.
nn liU .urivjl in lijliiinaii', l'iofioi Uuvl i
.u ilrjioi t tin loumo till ut Ml. luirctt,
U111 hut ulUiul Mm lio'iiii illlj ami m1 in
vlliil .1 Iait,i' loininn.i tu iiirit I1I111 in .111 .ifli.i
liguii lurie. 'llnin was Inn cmc Iiiteiiiilii: ila.v
In the. intiriui, unil liU ilelhri) u( the niMte.,
lli' ImiI lunlh iiulicil tliu iialiliiuu tit liU liuit
liifjiu Ihe UHiui illtiuipi-ril him ami ikK'iI
foi till IIUIUIMlipt uf hi npit'ch ' 11uhimii)1 "
he tikl "1 111111' nunc I thill ituk liifh on
4 Ihiiuu with whkh 1 am nuite Ijinllhi "
"Will, (irokwioi," kJtil the jiitirloeiitui, "Hut
U all light, hut our inttrticiiuiij ait. tu tciul ihu
spieilt lu the pipcu lit c Voik. ami If jou
tuiinot chu 111 the efpi wq hum tiku it iKmii
as well 44 wu mu uiul tclifciiinh It for the
Auociattil 1'liKi U bound tu I'liut it lli; ninrnlni;
afti it h fiokcu " TliU uu Jpinlllui', lot in
vie cf tliu iinihlu liuuur.uy of tho fhoit
luml, uiul lliu ixjMlhlo imulciiMtiuii of tho wild
laail. lu liittini wa; afiahl Hut Ueliultal uiul
uli'iitin Iiinif mijtht not he rlsliM rfproijucul
"Vent ma Iwm veiiir clvuke )ifir," m(i the
111I1 1111 iriiuiiu, '10 i,im in tin' ("Pi i iu let
ii-. il" tin lust wi ciiii, fi upoit tin. fpiLih we
-Ii ill " I In: iinfiMJi vlelilcil, uiul (ho 11 M ill
Iip Mill nl lip uiul ilonii hh loom ut Mi. I.ii-
Klt'rf lllllllill,' III I klllllMlliplltl, in 10I1I..1111I
iiliipoiMhlu Mfliulmi, Ihe Hictih which lie
ir lrr lei iiiiKp hiluio 1 uiiplho ami hui
I tit nn iu 11 tli niulni i-. hi' ilflluuil the
nlihe in the Vi iiklnj of Vlmi, ami iiollcul
lint, iiIIIiuukIi he Kept looMns at llio plh "f
m imi-i rlpt on tin 1I1.U In dii linn, ho lhl nut
nun tho pun our 'Ihe tpiuh wis uppi 1
pi lata unit well leulwil, lint it I111I lie (.Ion, Uul
I In 01 ilen il ill mt t qeul liU mmlltlon lui
ih mil ami peiiiivcne, When the applamo
win inn I Mill lu Mi. lluvli "I notliul Hut
on ilhl not nail uui mhlus I am ud ilil the
lis,ht W.L-, lihtiiriiliiit." 'Oh," mi J In. "Hut
win not the nntlir I han hem In ll.lu
Ihi lipoiliii, tnoii.lit 1111, aucnillni! i ilmi
piumUe, 1'iu eopj uf theli lule-,. It wu 1111 tnlu
liaiiHliucnl paper, ami lo iiuKe It ltejlhle llu
put dean while luU hilwuti tho l.aiJ. 'Hat
iiiieloucH inilk that I 11 nun nl the liittrinciliitu
Iciiis, unit when I Muud up nl Ihi elmc I found
I eoiihl not icail .1 fcntniu Si I lino hcin In .1
ililcnnni-i'ot iliilnj ,i" p il tnil, ami t
IiU lu ire ill whil 1 ilutiliil ms.Ui.Ih aiul al
luwiil tu leportu to mini lu New oil" If
ho h-kI in tpithit hif'-ie tin vionl "upuilii"
I mn tmc hi wis jihtUUil, hut I funic! what it
wa -Pi I) f (illi'ian, in heiiliim' Vlagazlin
Wninetl tho Biitish Amhissndor.
M Peliuw, the l'reinh foiclju mliiUtrr, Ii 1
fnutlKiiur I" lilt tli anil (nupi'l nitwit uume
who talhs with lilin is fcliiuk hj hi llil
vpeech, hi laphl ilimi.'lii, liU linaxnv of e
piOkblou, his .11 unit lool, lie I nil IhU in pii
.lo Hie In puMic lu i ii 11111111111. ho U
tin ii 11 iiuit Huit uiul iliMiiLt iioii Nothing
will main him piak if he thlnl propu tu hull
hi tongue llu iM(.ni upp .11 in pailiamcut.
When tho time eoniut he mount Ihe tilljune in I,
to chc mole weight tu liU iitlciauu, h tculi
them 'Ihey aie vij hruf, nnj t.ntenie ha
lictn wiUluil. ami loiii.pnwl. eli irl anil pie
liub tu liU thuil!,lit I hat ilonu he ln.eiine !
lent Skuiu, uul lux tin oluim nu over liU lic.i 1.
He lia tin kilt of lupp.v phiiuiu, HinimliU
up 4 whole tltuition, m n)tullUln an opinion
When at the time of llic I'athviU a Hall' the Knif
Uh uuilMtbiilue 1 ann to rail on him, wrj IIUI.i
whli tin ultluiatiiui in hi poelet, wiikh wmilil
lwe pollwl fieri lliiiu' the mluliUi furcialliil
him with .1 phran. "Van nnj I'aunt on my Kuutl
will," will he, "iirotlilul jou ilmi'l u)i Iiiiiwm1!
hilltl." ill Uwaiil Mwuw.1 a Hut Ui
mi "lioiiuiblllH," wul tin I tin iwuukUaW
laiall erf i4miu1 Ws B'W vl HpiU. h W
liii'iuii or 1111 losiiiiiON or nn.
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