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j MONSIGNOR DC MONTE.
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Congregation of Our Lady of Mt.
il Carmel Honored by Presence of
, The congrofintlon of tlio Italian
.'church of our X.aity m Ml. Ciunicl.'
lis honored thin w-ek hy tho presence
.it! n titled prelate ot the Catholics
church. Ho Is Monslgnur Oe Monte, oC
Now York city, who ciuno to thin
country from hln Italian home about
two years ngo, to enter the missionary
.lleltr In Ainerlca, theri'by leaving be
hind him the eminent place he held and
possible increased honors In the order
lit -which ho Is n member.
MoilBlKtior Do Monti' heio coll
duetlm? the mission which Is In pro
gress at the household of the pon
tiff, a dlstlngulshcM mark of favor of
the pope. ' '
Moiislg'no'r Do" Monto enjoys Increas
ed honor In hh title, by reason or the
f.ict that he Js hh exceptionality youim
priest to be so highly vested. In ap
pearance he seems within the thirties
and one Is greatly Impiessed when
alter meeting It Is learned that ho Is ,i
monslgnor. With n modesty, becom
ing to his learning, Monslgnor De
Monto on coming to this city conceal
ed hJ.s.Mttcimtll It was qnltt- iiecldentr
nlly 'leiuned hy u IVw of the congre
gation hero that he had been so slgnal
Jy honoieil by the pope. This Is the
riim-ch or our l.ady of Mt. Ciiriiml.
The dignity of his ofllce eonfors on him
tliu honor of monslgnor, with the title
of night Uoverciiil, Like the bishop
In- ,!s Invested with thu put pie iohe
and wears a ring. Jin has none of the
p.oweis, however, or n bishop, his
title being merely honorary, not execu
tive. A priest Is rarely made a monslgnor,
for the honor Is bey towed only hi
F.uch eases where the recipient has been
exceptionality distinguished, hy his
learning anil his piety and zeal. 'Hie
title makes u niiiuslgnor .1 chamberlain
of the same honor that was eonterred
on IJMiop Harvey, a former Carhondale
irsldent, just prior 10 bis nnpnlnt
mnnt to the see of Altonim.
. Monslgnor Ue Aloate is u member of
the religions older founded hy Monsig
'I'ho older Is not u large one and is
coniined to Italy. Monslgnor Do Monte
was mothoiiotary of the order when
tiio pope haunted him. Prior to that,
l.o was it ptiifcssor In a seminary
at Home, wlieie he Hist camp into
prominence by leasoti of bis powers
of intellect and hi- religious zeal. He
Is now a missionary, with headquar
ter In Xew Ynik city, preferring: to
ljbor among his countrymen in Ameil
cii than to follow a more elevated
position In his order In his native land.
Garfield Williams Weds Miss Emma
' Coon in inghamton Will Reside
in This City.
The second nuptial suipiise of the
week came yesterday when It was an
nounced that Clarllekl 'Williams, son of
l'roprletor Williams, of Hotel Anierl
Vnn and Miss Kiiinia Coon, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coon, of
Canaan street, left on the afternoon
train on the Deluwnii it Hudson for
J'.lnghanitoii, where they ai ranged to
lit, wedded last night.
Theie was n good sized gathering
of ti lends at the 4.?,:! Delaware- ei
'Hudson train In the atternoon when
Mr. Wiliimi, and his ptospectlve wife
Men leady to start on the tilp that
would end in the realization of their
happiest wishes. .lust belore they de
parted, the friend who le.untd of the
carefully guarded pi, ins, gathered
round the couple and extended lliein
TO IIKTKCT POISONS.
The Body Tries to Sweat Them Out.
At a convention of medical men in
St. Louis thu effects of coffee drinking
were carelully considered. It was un
animously agieed that while eolfee does
not seem to Injure some persons, to
others it is a rank poison. The ellVct
on different persona is, of course. oiy
diffetont. In some the heart Is nlier-ieil,
In others the hldneys. again the stoin
' noli or bowels, or the eyes, and In 111 1
vou.s cases the piostr.itlon Is spread
over the whole oodv
As an llluslrat: 111, a man In llinum,
AV. Vn. isporlenicil well defined symp
toms of poisoning from colVee. He s.ys:
"I used coffee a great many years with
no iippitrv-ut III ellVets, but about nine
yetus ago 1 began being sick, I '."
came dull, lo-'t my ambition, hml dizzl
ntss, my eyicilght was very bud oic!
kept getting worse, and at limes I
could baldly navigate at all, 1 Mt I
'wjis goliiK I" fall oveiy minute, and
dually hsennui so bad I would hii'-o :o
sit down mid lest tin ee or four limes
in n dlsinnco of iwlce that many
I went from one physician to another
anil faithfully look ihelr prescriptions
hut the case was so complete that they
cmilil not sticceshfillly dhiKlioso It. I
dually wont to New York cltv 10 ilia
Vanderbllt ('Utile.' for tieatment. Tu )
my ciiso was ili(gnosod as ueurniHIn ' 1.
J. very morning about nine, 1 wi,uiil have
n kind of spi'iFin. Tlpi iierspliatlon
would bicak out all over tho palms of
my luiudH,,iiill'py liuh; would bo wrln,;
llig wet, every nerve In tho body would
be affected anil mv heart would jump
and beat at a t"m-tvi f'ute. This con-
.liti.... ......1.1 ..,...j....yiiw I..... it'.r.. ..i.....t
OlktUM wui.lil H1 M.Hiir liirak 111. ttlJUll.
two hours, Wh.it I sulfered no one cm
undei'.staud, . ' (
It lluallv caiini'to iik' tlutt these li--,
Ible HW'eutH and Kpusmis wei'it Just tlu
sumo its' li) 'c((ses wb"it( pepppj.- tii
1 altered auirXulur-i tries to thnn.' o!X
th polBou ,thi'ougii the pores, 'n 1
cancludeil that sometl'iing 1 wn taking
must net, like, a poluaii and I decided
It was coffee,' 1 left It otf one morning
and had u fearful headache nil day, a
siiru sign that I was belnt; held up by n
drug, bo that evening- I bought hoipn
Postum and the next morning had it
for breakfast in place of coffee. wob
surprised for I j-utild hardly tell.it from
toffee. Th9t !(.:, J yvus ,finly n lltliu
Hick abouihfi usual thpe, and fioiu tho
next dayintn"6wi Bomethlne over 'i
months, lthu,vo never felt even, the. re
motest return o tho spasms.
I Bteadlly got strong, my weight
nan Increased from ;180ppudH to 147
pounds and I am' a well 'man.' ''lio
seven years- of buffering from eolfeo
poison will ulwuyd remain with mo as
n horrjblo nightmare." Nnmo given by
X'oblum Co., Uattlo Creek, 31Uh,
wnrmeHt wlshef. Tho ceremony was
arranged In itdviiiieo to take nlaen lost
ovcnlng. The couple who nre now Mr.
and Mrs. Williams will return In a few
days and will bo greeted with the well
wishes of a host of friends.
The brldo was gowned In black silk,
with a rose silk front and looked very
attractive. Shu Ih a popular young
lridy, who Can claim tho friendship of
it wide circle or friends. She Ih the
daughter of frank Coon, passenger en
gineer on the Delaware .t Hudson.
Mr. Williams, has pel haps ns wide
an iicritialntance as any young man
in this city. He hns been active In
athlotlu sports In Carbondali!, particu
larly foot ball, In which he has gather
ed In n big shaic of the honors. He Is
assistant mnnnger of the Hotel Ameri
can, which Is owned by his father,
where he has made many strong
friends with the traveling public
STORIES OF THE STREET.
A Dog That Talked or the Ventrilo
quist's Gag A Ca3e of Mistaken
This Is it story or how a veiitrloiiulst
created a heap of fun In 11 N'orth Main
street, saloon the other day, according
to one of the. w'ags of 'the town. The
story Is told' al the e.pene of Zopher
C. I.ee, tho genial lestaurantouis
The ventrliiuillht and bis dog cnine
Into Lee's lCslaurant. "Give lite u
small beer,' said the man.
"I'll have a sandwich," came from
the wlue looking dog.
.opher gave a start, looked over tho
bar With a face of sin prise at the
"fllvi me another beer," s.lld tho
stranger after the llrst one disnp
peaied. "I'll have another, sandwich," piped
the dog once mole.
Hy tills time Mr. Lee was aglow
Willi wonderment. "Say, that's a
gieut dog ou have tlieie," said he.
"My gosh, I never heard a dog talk
before. He's a wonder."
"That so " niiirmuied the joking
ventiiloqiilst between swallows, while
he winked at a pair at play with dom
inoes over In the corner.
"Say," broke out Zopher, his ejes
bulging with wonder, as he watched
with envy the dog getting on the out
side of the second sandwich, "day,"
he said, "how much will you take for
that ilogV I'd like to own him; he'd
he worth something 10 me; nothing
lound here like him. I can bet."
"Oh, I don't know that I'd sell him,"
replied tho stranger with the air of
one who believed lie had 11 prize that
was w'orlli holding onto.
"My gosh, I'll make It an object for
you to sell him." earnestly persisted
Zoplier. "I'll give you riO for him,
with the pilvilege of buying him back
at an advance of ten dollars at the
end of three months."
The ventiiloqiilst dually accepted, the
money was paid over and he started
for the door.
"Wlieie you going?" piped the dog.
"I'm going away, going home," le
plied his former master.
"Going honif?" and you won't take
me Well I'll never spook again,"
said t lie dog, while the bar loom was
lilleii with laughter as the light of
the jnko dawned on the crowd.
It was pin ely .1 case of mistaken
identity. The man was la the 13uil
building observing the decorations for
the Knights of Columbus lecoptton.
After dilating on the taste and skill
of the decoiators he turned to the
front of ihe hall and smiled his ap
proval at the splendid portrait of
ileorge Washington that looked out
1 10111 between two bright American
llng. Turning to the other end ot the
ball he saw another portialt. Stooping
low, "to take a look," as it was p.lrtly
hidden by the white and blue sti earn
ers he exclaimed: "Well, they have
Oeorge at the other end, and up there
is old Martha Washington." A slight
mistake, however. 'Twas a plcluic of
Christopher Columbus, the natron of
the Knight of Columbus, with his sll
ered locks and his led lobes.
A. E. JONES WILL CHANGE.
One of the Owners of Review to Go
Albert K. Jones, one of thu pioptle
tors of thu Saturday Review, has ac
cepted the olfer extended him by the
owner of the True American, of Tren
ton, X. J., and will go to that city the
lb st week In May.
Mr, Jones has just relumed from
Trenton, vhere he had an Interview
with the owueis of the True Aineilcan,
who made terms with him that he i
gards as quite lluttciing. He will be
udvertlsim, manager and' will he fioe
to conduct Hint department of the
paper accotdhig to his own Ideas. This
will give him the Held for which he Is
certainly lltled by his successful ex
perience 011 the papers hereabouts.
Theie wil be many regrets over Mr.
Jones' leaving Carhondale, and none
will be 11101 e slncei 0 than those from
the newspaper fraternity, where his
companionship Is valued and his abil
ity Is fully apprei-inted. Ills Intetest
In the Haturdnj Uuvlow will he dis
posed of before he leaves the city,
TO ATTEND DIVINE SERVICE.
Odd Fellows Will Celebrate Eighty
Cnrbondalo canton, No, UK Independ
ent Order of Odd Follows, will attend
divine survlfo al tho Auditorium, North
Hernnton, on Sunday atternoon, April
27. in commemoration of tho elgliiy-
third anniversary of tho order.
Tho afternoon servlco has been ur
ranged by Scninto'ii canton, No. I, as
sisted by the subordinate lodges hi tho
In thu evening, all Ihe brunches of
tho Odd Fellows In this city will attend
divine service in thu Hereon Baptist
church, and listen to an address by itev,
Dr. II. J, Whalen, and tho membeis of
Sortinton caulon, No, 4, will visit this
city and attend tho servleq In a body,
with tho local canton,
FOR NEXT SEASON,
Choosing Subjects for the Smith
Tlie managers .of tt" Smith. Singer
entertainment com mi art? devoting m.
teutlon regarding to tho selection of
entertainers for next t-cusun, when It
is hoped that the success of (ho past
season will be exceeded, both as to tho
quality of the t'litorliihinieiits and the
C. A. lifter, of I'hliudelpliia, lepie
seating (lie famous ltedpath bureau,
was in the ctltf this week discussing
(with Mr, Smltli and Mr, Singer the
choice of nail season' subjects. Tho
He'dpalh Is famous for tho high stand-'
nrd of Its offerings. Among the many
good numbers It controls nre the
famous Woyal Hungarian court or
chestra, tho t-ottp? Ulco club, of Now
York city, the Almonbury hand belt
rlhgeiH,' of London, Germain, the wiz
ard! Lelaiid T. Powers' famous Imper
sonations, the lecture on liquid air, and
among the lecturers, Dr. C'opelnnd,
John Tnniple Oraves and Hob Bur
dette, the humorist. These arc some of
the best considered for an appearance
In next year's rouise.
STREET CAR RUMPUS.
Thomas McDonald, of Mayfiold, and
a lad from Peckville Fined for
Misbehavior on Sunday Night.
The street cor disturbance, between
Mayileld and l'eckvIlle,on Sunday night,,
which wan related In Tho Tribune, had
a sequel in Alderman Jooues' olllco last
night, when Thomas McDonald, of May
field, and a lad from I'eckvlllo were
lined for their part In tho dlsouler.
McDonald, whoso misbehavior was
made out the graver of the two, was
lined $10 and costs, while thu Peckvlflo
boy, whose chief offence appeared to bo
calling the conductor n "scab" and de
laying the car by refusing to pay his
The evidence against the accused .was
presented by the conductor or the car,
15. :, Spangenberg, of Scrnnton. He
testified that McDonald refused to pay
faro at Mayileld and again below Jer
myn; that he leaned against the con
troller box and Interfered with Snan-
genberg when he passed in and out of
the car. McDonald, Spangenberg de
clared, called him "a ' of 11
scab." and that "he'd be d d it he'd
pay fare to any scab." He was annoy
ing during the whole of the Journey.
McDonald didn't say anything about
not having used the epithets spoken of,
but he did Insist that ho paid his fare.
There wore others concerned In I ho
disturbance on the car that night, but
they could not be located.
Stephen iDyer, of the Scranton Hall
way company, and Constable Nonry
made the arrests. The railway company
took Immediate steps after this hap
pening to suppress ftulher activities.
P. F. Coogau the Buyer Mr,
Moved to Dunmore.
1. F. Coogan, at" the firm of Coogan
Hi os., has purchased the residence of
Cluratiet F. Hose on Spring street and
will occupy It with his family.
Mr Hose leaves the city because of
his scene of activity has- been shifted
to Dunmore the general offices of the
Erio railroad in this section. Mr. Rose
Is chief clerk In the superintendent's
ofllce. He retained his residence in
Caibondale until it became somewhat
Irksome going backward and forward,
when he decided In taking his family
to locate In Dunmote,
Mr. Hose's family withdrawal will
be a souice of keen regret for they
were wrapt in the friendship of many
ami were esteemed at every hand.
THE OLD FOLK'S CONCERT.
Interest Growing in the Feast of
Music by Local Vocalists.
Interest in growing In the old folk's
concert under the auspices of the M.
K. church in Watt's hall, Wednesday
The circumstance that the evening
of music will he piovided hy strictly
local vocalists awakens a feeling of
home pride that will be sure to be
expressed in the attendance and ap
preciation' on that night. Chorister W.
D. Evans has arranged a pleasing pro
gramme, judiciously divided between
vocal and instrumental numbers and
he has likewise diligently trained the
choruses and directed the rehearsals.
Tho conceit will undobutedly be a
"Under Two Flags" Well Presented.
"Under Two Flags" was presented at
the Ornnd, lasl night, by the Harry
Jenkins company, fully as well as
earlier In the city, when another com
pany made a decided hit In Its presen
tation. Mr. Hoy, as the corporal, and Miss
Leslie, as Cigarettes, were happily ef
fective. The specialties were, as usual,
keenly enjoyed, Mr. Hurke's singing
and the McC'anu family's dancing being
Tonight "The Berkshire Hills," which
was so satisfactory on Tuesday night,
will bo repeated this evening.
New Acting Superintendent.
There Is a new acting superintendent
of Emergency hospital. Miss Wllllum
son who came here to temporarily
succeed Miss Wright, the superinten
dent, hns letiirned to Philadelphia
and In turn has been succeeded by
Miss Hlleman, of the same city, She
Is likewise a graduate of tin nurses'
training school of Ulakley hospital,
Meetings of Tonight.
Eureka Chapter, P.oyal Arch Masons.
Companions of tho Forest.
Aineilcan Legion of Honor.
Crystal Camp, Woodmen of
THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
A number of locnl Knights ot Pythias
paid a truternnl visit to tho Pythian
lodge at Vandllng last night,
iiiomns L. Scott, of Urooklyn street,
has euleied tho Scrantou piivnto hos
pital utiScranton, to undergo nn oper
ation, Ulysses Wnniiucott has removed his
You can worry for months
nboul your weak child and not
succeed in doing it a fraction
of the good that comes from
little daily dories of Scott's
The cure of child weakness
is not the matter of a day but
of steady common-sense treat
ment. Children like Scott's Emul
sion and thrive on it,
Perfectly harmless yet power
ful for good.
Send (or l'ree Sample.
SCOXT ixEOWKU. CUembU, VV '. SW V,
..5,. -3,11 .. ttj,!...
family from ihe Aungcr house, on Wyo
ming street, to the house on Canaan
street vacated bv Aaron Fowler.
Mx-Coimellnmn John O. KVnns, of
lictinont street, hns resumed his posi
tion at tiio Delnwnro and Hudson Main
street machine shop, utler n three
An Important, real eslale deul was
transacted on South Washington street
this week, when Common Councllmna
Jtoberl Whltlleld sold to William Olbbs,
of Seventh avenue, his lot and hand
Home residence. H Is one of tho bCBt
properties In that section or the city.
Mr. Cilbbs and IiIr wife expect to occupy
their new homo early this summer.
Alice, tho little dnllghter of Under
taker and Mrs. B. ,T. Hums, of DundnfC
slreet. Is Buffering from a very painful
wound on her head, She was playing
with 1111 older girl, who was swinging
her around. Losing her balance she foil
nnd her head struck against tho sharp
edgo of a stone. A long nnd deep gash
was Inflicted over the left eye, which
called for four stitches.
The Cnrbondalo Medical society met
Wednesday night In the ofllce ot Dr.
Meaker, on Salem avenue. A general
discussion on colds and Influenza took
place. Tho members seemed to take a
keen delight In the talk and conso
fluently there wore many vnluable sug
gestions made on thu subject. Follow
ing the business meeting tho members
ndjourned to Urown's restaurant and
enjoyed it feast ot good things. Dr. S,
S. Shields' relation of a personal tnur
Ino experience of some years ago was
regarded tho cleverest of the after-dinner
THE PASSING THRONG.
Miss Mary Davis, of Brooklyn street,
Is visiting friends in New York city.
Miss Small O'Boyle has returned,
nfter a brief visit -with friends in Scran
ton. John M. Hughes, stamp clerk ot the
Scninton board of underwriters, wns In
the city last evening.
Fred Bennett, of River street, is
home, after a few days' visit with his
parents, at Nicholson.
Veronica and Eleanor Gallagher, of
Scrantou, returned home yesterday,
lifter a few days' visit with the for
mer's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Pat
rick Early, on Seventh avenue.
'TliV lhmiomt of the IMlnt Uiu-.li." Mr. C.
Hilgjr llo'ccrjiis of Philadelphia, gives hli lue
nioioiH Illustrated lectuie in Jlnteiprhvc lull tliU
ci. cuius r,t S o'clock. Doots open at 7.1 J. 'I'lih
will liu an culi'it.iluineiit of tiimatully high oi-(In-,
Mr. Jtoi'tians' laughable caiicaluie-i and
lumiorom iiicointation-. of the popular fads anil
fabU'-i of the day have aequliod for Iiiiu .111 en
In a peiKm.il letter to llev. Maynard II. Tliomp
Km, llcv. II. J. Whalcii, of Caibondale, Fiym
"Our people weie delighted with Mr. C. Edgar
lio-,ecian. He g.ie in one of tho most whole
toine and at thu Mine time amusing cn'cit.iiu
ments 1 liaie eier attended, lluvy nun, worn in
mid (.hild in jour lioiough ought to see and hear
this ni list liiiinnrNt on Kiiday night."
At a meeting of the congregation of St. James'
Episcopal diuiih held in the Sunday school 100111
011 .Monday coning, the following were eleeted
viKtrjiiien for the ensuing .ic.ir: Call in Vail,
Dr. S. 1). l).u!s, .1. (1. Awiy. L. A. fireen, l'red
lloiswell, John Hog.iith, fjecrge lliinn, Stephen
Whitinoie, lleniy .Mjcis nnd (Joiner Pai. The
le-tijimu :iltuuui oignniml by electing L. A.
Ciiecii tiecietary unit I)r. S. I. Davta ticaiiinvr.
'Ihe vcslrjnien will meet on tho fli-t Monday in
e.uli month and nt the ncl mecthv in Mar the
two w.ndens will lie ho.,cu.
Tlioe Inteie.-ted in the co-opeiative stole move
ment .lie icnucstcd to attend the nest public
meeting which will be held in U'imlsor hall on
The emploje-, of the l.ile, Glenwood and lej
itoue biealici.-, ill be paid tumonow afternoon.
MNes l.ibbit: and May llcnwood, I'niina, Xeth
eiton, Jennh (,'reen-dale, Maiy Penrose, K.l
Urn ton, I.iyio .lone- nrd .Tat oh Van Si'KIe, of
Mizpah lidge, No. US. Paugliten of Uihokah,
attended the iiiitiliitiun of l'rimioie lodge at
l'a-,t llentou on Wcdue-dav.
A number of the niembeis of the local lod.r of
Son-, of .-t. rieoige will go to I'liielnug holiday
morning by Mice! uv to join with lle-vsiugloii
lodge of tint boiougli in attending illiinc .'or
llie in the I'nniltho McthodUt chinch,
1'icil .lnlmoii, who went lo F011II1 l'urk, near
Johnstown, to woik .-.eveial wcel, ago, ha-, le
turned. The iiicnibi-K of Itiishbroolc lodge. Xo. fV),
Odd Pillow,., will meet in their lull ut 10 o'clock
ch.irp Sunday moiuiiig to attend uniie in the
McthndM Kpi-cupal iliuiih.
.Mr. and Mi-. Jaini-d llealey, of I'mi'l City,
wuo the giieili of Ml-i M,ny .1. Davii, of b.Kk
auiiiina -Iriet, jei.teidaj.
Miss .Maine O'.M.illej-, of Aiut.i, lui- letmncd
home afler .1 v I-iit with ivlatiu", lu town.
Mi-. II. .Mojli 1 ml Miii, Jlkhtid, of Aichluld,
MU-ii fileniU at lids pi ice j(-lcid.ijp.
l.cttois uncalled lor at the 01) pliant po.lot
Ike me .11 follow.-: Mis-, Minnie Catd, Mi-1
Madeline Pali-, Mis. Delhi K. (larloue, Thoin.H
I.oicl, .Mi-. Ennui Lancaster, Edward Mitchell,
.iuio HicR .Mrs. Adam Spooler, Seolt; Mis.
tleoigc Abbott, .Nellie M..(k, licit Steplietn, f'ceil
Shield'), (iiouT Well--, JiutiH.
Mi-. C, W, Jiukin-, of I'loiideuu-, kpeut jc-li-uliiy
with Dr. 1.1.1I Mi,. W. W. .Icnkliii.
Tlie einpline- of the Deliw.ne and II111I-011 cob
lieiies weie pilcl jeleldaj-.
Mis. Willi nn lllake, of Aiihbald, iMted udi
llie.s lice xcleidiv.
"A Pint-liter of fnlii" will be tlie opeiiln,'
pine b- (.'onuij, .Muck ,v Kdw.mN, who with
their (".(clliiil couipiny begin a Miic of pl.n-.
ut tlie r.illiu .Milliew opei.i lioa-o next Moiidiy
nl'bt. New .-ui'i llttcs and eongs will be fca-liui'-
of the piodiiilioi,-,
Muilc.iid W. 1', Kcliliiim'.-, new- nloro building
w.i- lOiiunuiicd je-teld.ij, ami will be i.ipldlj'
pa-lied to completion by the lonluctoie, the
l'ecl. I.uiubei louipany.
Will Wlllluiu- his accepted u po-lllou ,1- team
ster for the t'on.iunci-' Powder coiiipanj,
Ik Ik tlifliirr was .1 bn-.lin-.-j callir at llawle.v
V. Ik ll.ide, of Alton, .V ' ..pending :i
few daj In town delheiing nurciy ntntU.
Y. (Ill nun, of South .Main tliect, I- iciy ill.
I". A. I'eck lias .1 hngo tone of nun at woik
dialling out the cilkir of iliu Mcnlck l.'iccl.
btom biilhluig, which was leceutly liuniid. Mi,
I'ril, will erect .1 logo loie and le.-lileiice uu
'Ihe Alolio II.1UI1 lilcitilo I'hotci company c.f
New Vuk will give .01 tiitviuliimcnl May k'l,
under the auspices of ( l.i si .No, 11 of tlie MithodUt
I'p'Mopal M.udaj xhool,
Tliomis SjiiHieli, cinplojrd as u helper in tho
Auhbahl iiilue, was tcitoiuly injnitd cm 'ilrns
cb by being inn down bj .oeul loaded cam,
'Ihe jilting lid was In the ait of unhitching thu
inulu while- the c.iu weui in iiiollou when hu
flipped ami fell in.ileiiiratli thu milling ur,
1'oituiutily lliey we 10 iimuliig klou- or Hie acil
dent liiljlit lue bull woiac. Voung Sjuniel-,' lu.
Jmles lon.Ulid of .1 biol.cn leg unci tcti'ial other
inluor iujiiiioi. lie wa llit taken to hi home,
wluiu 11 1i)iclaii was tuniniomj who, cider
examination, ileeinul It .uhlsablu to lue tlie
lad iriiioi(i to the Moes Taj lor lio.pltal,
Aits .Voinu .loliiu, t lie !u'Oinpliluil .mmiiii;
planl.l nnd ikiiMlitcr of I'ounun unci Mi. Joliu
II. Johns, of llailicud eluct, wl putlUlp.ite in
the iccltul of tiiu Suuntou Comeriatviy ol Music
al Scianioii Ihl. ncnlng.
llcv, V, II, lleuij-, the ifildent pastor of Ihe
JlcthodUt EpUcopd 1 Inn c h l home fioui the
Vjoinlng confi'iiiiio liibl at Wainlj-, X, V,
The news ilut ltev. Ilcuiy is tu iclinii for an
other J ear l wikomcd vvltli gloat dillght bj Ids
congregation and many filcnd..
MIm Janet InglLs, of Nurlli Main tlieot, is
.lowly ricoMiliig I mm her recent illue.ss.
John Wrbir has broken givuud for the in
Utgcmcut of the link which will be in'atscd
about foilv feet.
Mrs. tfiuclder, Mis. Abuhl and noli, and Mctum,
iCa.pcr Indent and Michael blJppl will have to-
voung f : sSii
person who rltlos
much in street
cars, or who sees
much of the nintnro
school girl, cannot help
noticing how unhealthy
many of theso girls
look. It would bo oven a
conservative statement to nav
that most of these crirls look
unhealthy. Somo of them arc pallid
and listless. Somo of them have circles
about tho eyes and muddy or blotched
-""complexions. Nono of
have tho vigor and vivacity that belong
to the very spring time of life.
Now and again some wise man or
woman calls attonlion to those facts and
concludes that they aro
cessive study, over-application and too close con
finement. But tho medical observer will tell you
that these aro only accessories after the fact and
the main cause of the evident unhealthincss is
jirobaljly the result of some irregularity of tho
womanly function. Given this condition of worn
anlv ill-health with study and confinement in
rooms often ill-vcntilatetl, and you have a com
bination of conditions sufficient to account for
the lassitude and debility which shows itself in
every look and every movement of these young ""s wi yl Vfl
every look and every movement of these young
girls who are really girls no more according to
Nature's reckoning, but arc already yountj women.
The time when girlhood changes to womanhood
lay be nustly termed the critical period of a woman's
life. For on the proper establishment of the natural
womanly function the future health depends, and
unhealthy young girls cannot be expected to develop
into healthy young women unless tho cause of ill
health is removed.
"My little girl was
Elizabeth J. Fisher, of
eyes. I gave her part ot one bottle ot '.Favorite Prescription;' the pain dis
appeared and so did the dark circles from under her eyes, and now she is as bright and rosy
as any child. She is twelve years old. I hope that all who are troubled as she was will write
to Dr. R. V. Tierce. He will give free advice to all who write to him."
Dr. Pierco's Favorite Prescription can be recommended as a safe and reliable
remedy for the cure of disorders and diseases peculiarly 'feminine. It establishes
regularity, dries unhealthy drains, heals inflammation and ulceration and cures
female -weakness. It is unexcelled as a tonic and nervine for women of any age
who are weak and worn out. It soothes the nerves, cures headache, backacho and
other womanly ills, encourages the appetite and induces refreshing sleep. "Favor
ite Prescription" especially commends itself for tho use of young girls, because of
its entire freedom from all deleterious drugs. It contains no alcohol, neither
opium, cocaine, or any other narcotic. It is a purely vegetable preparation and
cannot disagree with tho weakest constitution.
" I write a few lines to thank you for your advice and grand remedies, to which I owe my
health, and perhaps my life," says Mrs. Flora I. Greer, of 107 Howe Street, Akron, Ohio.
"My trouble started during my girlhood, but did not prove serious until 1893. From that
time I did not see a well day. I suffered at every monthly period with terrible heatlache,
irritation of the spine and pains in my heels so I could not bear them resting on the softest
pillow. What I suffered pen could never describe. I had soreness through my hips and
ovaries all the time and constant backache. Was afraid to be alone; imagined that everyone
hated me, and everything looked like a mountain. One doctor would tell me one thing
ailed me. another would say something altogether different, but they only relieved me. I then
J appeared and so did the dark circles from under her eyes, and now she is as bright and rosy
wrote you, in April, 1899, iiirougn tne actvice ot a neignoor, anti louowecl you
Anril to .Tulv. I took five bottles of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription , four of '
ical Discovery ' and five vials of ' Pellets.' Have not had a single symptom of
ho far. Can bleen eood nights, work hard, and can eat solid and substantia
distress. There are several of my friends taking your medicine with the best results since
they have seen how it helped me. If any one wishes to know more of my case and will
, Ft BV I , mCv
' JfrlM lill.ltff WlllBWUl .W '' .',. .gJT
day for .SwiUcilaml. Tho foiiuci- two will pei
nianently niitc ilicic while tho latter two will
Kii for the lii-mllt ol their lie.llh.
The Ladle' Aid oiiely of the WeUli llaptM
clime II will conduct .1 Kiand soiial neM week In
the vestry ot the eliuiih.
Jir. W. I.. Van lliixklik, of Oljphaut, called on
hU mother, Mis. Van lluiklik, of Main ..licet, 01
edne-d ij ,
Washington camp, Xu. I')-, I'alrlotle Older Sin,
of AiikiIci, will meet till nciciiiiur in U'Riil.ir
JUiIiii, Ilia Utile daishtcr of IVieinan and Mi.-.
11, II. Hunt' is I111ic.l1 Inipiuv7d tioin her -ei loin
llev. II. M, I'l-ine, who for tluri jeani h.n
beui pantoi of Ihe Methodist Kplscopal ihuiill
hcie, I1.l1 been trJIisfeiied lo Thomson, Miuv
liaiiui luiuitj. .Mr, l'.iioe's Ilbe1.1l dltpiisitinii
won fur li I tu many filiudt in town leiMidleo-i of
cued and his faillitiil woik anion'; tlie p.ubli
ouer will lope; be iriiii'inbcrcd. Dm lug his pas
torate he hasj liquidated 11 biuduiutne debt, and
lie leaves the p.uMi In an evcellcnt condition
for hW aticccbsor, lib. filindi wl.li htui miuci
In bis new- liild, llev, 1'. .McDonald, who cornea
hem fioiu WiiiiUm, X, V,, U well known, luv
ini; been .1 foiimr I'ituton hoj,
At .1 iHCdlnfr of tlni Jlausililcx of St, llecniie,
Mi. M, , Motley installed the following oilu.na!
M'oithy pie.iclent, Jli Anna I'uinlcii; vvoithy
vile preldrnt, Sin. Slaty Itcedi lir.t condiictirvi,
Mi. Anna Ahru; i-ccoud conducn'c.-.s, .Mi, .Maiy
lliailhuiyj liishlu truaid, SI, Clijilolte.lliiltou;
outside b'liaul, .MK-i l.lly lloshj.
William llrown .pint jelcnlay In I'ukville,
Imvliis been called theio by the m'Ioh-i Illniss
of his brolher, Divld, win il tuireiint; fiom pnl
toultW, All iirrroiw liuKliit-.' book, for (lici Aniluit Or
der of Hibernian,' fair uie uiueated lei bring or
iiy,eiii them at the nicctlnsf tomoiinvv ritiiliij;.
imer hiieiuun, wno uu iiom u nuoe on
Tlie Town OJerk Cured of Bilious
Mr, J.iuies aiciliihoii, town f-'luih of
Columbia, N. V., wus the victim of a
beyeru attach ot bilious collo recently.
Three doses ot Cliaiuberlaln'H Colle,
C'liolerii. ana Dlmrlioeii Itumcdy flfoet
I'll 11 euro. Ho was bo nuich lileased
with the auich rellet which that iein
cily ulforded that he now recoiiiiuenils
It tn tilils filemlK. yor Hale by till ilrinr-1,-1
1 1 ' If 1 w 1
f ipy i,i& iife!V ''jfffgfpjB
them ecem to
the result of ex
weakly and subject to pain in her side," writes Mrs.
Diana, West Va. "Had great dark circles under her
cuc-cusi: ii scamp a. win answer uuy cjuesucm nicy wish iu asK."
Any woman who needs medical advice or fatherly
counsel, is invited to consult Dr. R. V. Pierce by
letter, jrec. All correspondence is held as strictly
private and sacredlv confidential. Address Dr. R. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. 'Y.
Sometimes a dealer, tempted by the little more
profit paid on the sale of less meritorious prep-rations,
will offer a substitute for " Favorite Prescrip
tion" as "just as good." Judged by its record of
cures of womanly ills, there is no other medicine just
as good as " Favorite Prescription."
Dp. PSorco's Common Senso Medical
Atlvieof Is sent FREE on iHsaoItt of stamps
to pay oxpenso of mailing ONLY. Sonti
31 ono-cont stamps for tho cloth-bound
volume, or 'only 21 stamps for tho book
In paper covers.
Address Or, R. V. PIERQE, Buffalo, N. Y.
!! Ji.ft.J.rHFl'm 'I
the Ti.mslt line nevcr.il weeks .igo, bad letiirned
from tiio I'lltston I10-pit.1l nnd was at woik a few
dajh whin ho became tumbled witli 11 tumor in
tin neil.. lie loft lids week tor l'hllaclelilda to
T, W. 1'auy, win, va nniouir the four appll
cants who took thu e..iniln.illoii for mine In
pecter, was cno of the wvin who were Micie-s-fid.
-Mr, I'.iri'.v ha-t bun heie but .1 -hoit while,
but duilii',' tint lime hu h.n ileinonsll.iled bW
Ideal as a pi.ictli.il miner, ami in enterlni,- tho
contest net fall hu will han many filind-.
Tho niililij,'!' of SlUs ilaj L'atey and William
Willi nn.-, ot I In." West Side, win foleinnl7cd at
thu homo of tlie bible'-, luother, rioon;e, of l.lu.
coin Hill, J.i-t Tuesiliy cviiilnsr. At ".SO u'cloei;
the brid il patty cnleied the pallor to the stialin
of ;i weddlnir nnicli. Iliu lnide was attended by
her two niece., tho Sll-sci Cany, of Miller IV.11.
All vvi.ic pietly I'vuilng diecfc, .'mil llieii weie
ii piofusion of llonri.. 'ihe Bloom vva-t vvaitnl
upon I iy Suuiiel llolej. Kev. James Jloore pel.
foi.-iiul II. uiciuoii. After retell In;.' many
10111,'i.iiiililloiis tho (,ue,U .at down to .1 ,uh.
6tintt.it wcdilln,' feast. They weio ihe leciplinla
ot many useful (.Ills. Sir. and Mis, vvllli.iiiu
will it-Mile teiupoiaillj on Lincoln Hill.
D., L. AND W. BOARD FOR TODAY.
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D I. and AV, boaul tor toiluy:
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llcbokeil, riupatililii in p, 111., T, JUfaithy;
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s ww& h -s w 1
V yJ.i W m
- ''!" T?fr t Jn
ill il mmmmLmB
r advice lrom
1 Golden Med-
my old trouble
il food without
Imperial Cigar Company,
100 Lnoknwnuun Avenue.
And llltiihiitos, of
It. fa.lueii I p. in., Win l.'iliatjaiij tl p. m.,
A, i:. Kelvhuui.
Slil'atheiue and elevv, I'. Wall and uiv ami
SI. ,1, HuiiilRali and new will call ut tialniuL
let's olllie, t, a. in., Api'il -'
lliakeinin f, O. Johnson iipoits for Abrauis.
Iltakeiiuii .1, Spansviilicn; iipoitt, foe Liuvlincy,
Jlrakeiiun l 1'. flail; lepmU foi .1, II. Mcfaiin,
Bank Stock Increased.
Hy llsdusho Wile from 'Ihe Auiociatcil I'll".
Xew Yoll;, Aplil JI. 'ln dlieclom of tin Va.
tloiul City Hank o( New Yolk, lecoiiinientlccl lu
clay an I uc lease of tha bank's vapltul tdovk fiom
5l0,0f),00i) to vJf.WD.li'W. The new tock, In 150,.
lXI sluics, will bo olTued to shareholder) al l.Vi.
' lil will provide uu additional .uipbH of ,''
im.UM aii'l will Increase the bank's nuridm la
H common cigars Wk
BH coat you about 1
IjjH thooamo H
Q at your AWAyl
J doalors 4DIIVjB
I bW have tho best H
B for your 5 cents ? jH