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THE SCIIANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1902,
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:.The News of Caibondale.
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A DRY SUNDAY.
In the Saloons in the Central City nt
A fcenst. Yesterday, Theio Wits Noth
ing Doing The Reason Theiofoi.
YoMtenluy wits an e eedlngly ili
Sunday In Cnihonihih', ni toinp.it ed
with ic'ceitl Sabbaths, at leant.
t-'oine one suggested It "didn't even
rain." Hut aside noui this pal dutiable
levltv, It wai a iliy Sabbath us eotn
p.tiod with the moist Sundae In the
sttoug lpfipshtncnt line that p have
had mImop the otltbutst of public "pin
ion or Inst wlntet. against Sutidny sell
ing of llutmi. On Stittlttluv nlttinooli
C'hljt of Polite Mi, Midi cu notltUd
saloon ptopilelois Hint well. iirnvbe, It
wouldn't lie piudetil to haw nliv thing
doing 'louiid their plaiex on the inoi
tnw, and visteulny In these same plait"
'twas as quiet as it Suniltiv aftiinoon.
The notltliallotl tliiollgh the ihlef of
polite wns due to a toliiiiiunliatlon suit
to Muvni O'Neill bv ReV. Ul. II. -T.
Vhnletl, pnstoi of the Helton Hiptlst
i hut til The letter leilted that Di .
Whulen, n few Suudnjs iibci. was able
to gain eiitiaiite ton Mnla slieet saloon
mill that fi inn the Nights and iniNu
about these plans It was evident that
tie- law was not belli? olic i oil. The
i oiniininli itlou suggested thai, If net -esii.,
i Idem e i ould be pic-enttd
ck.iIusi these pliucs ror thill pt ost (ii
tlon. If, hnwevei. the s.uiie end tould
be att lined without taking this ionise,
theie wa no putposp to t.iKe legal
step. As tlu p istoi ol a i IuihIi, v lib h
us a pan of this romimiulty. Di.
"Whnlcii Mated, he took this step In the
i nise of a lietti obn Value of the
The ai lion ol Mavin I) N'elll In itiilf
( itinn to I'bli f cit Pohie MiAlulieW
that he nntlf tloonKei pcis, wis not
still tlv olllilal, that Is. Ins attilt
dots not bi gin b winning Hit aloon
k"eptis not to bitak the 1 1 am mine
than be would wain them not to i oin
mlt Ian pi 01 anv otbti tilnii Mis
ollelal ittlon begins nftoi infoi iiiatkm
hi' been lodged with him, as with anv
niiglstiote that theie hae been vio
lations In th's t ise. )iopei, it was
btlleed th it his notification would be
ppihap1, tni mine effeitlve than .f no
warning hid beu ghen .igd .11 lists
followed t li bi caking ol the law je1--teidav
This piuved to be tine, foi
eei pl.up vcstudnv was billed
ngahft those who i.une ami wen not
fiwaie of Hie new nidti of tilings
ELECTION WAS LEGAL
Attomsy Butlsi's Opinion in the Case
of Tax Collectoi Geoige Collins.
In the question uiistd .is to the le
gilltv of the elPttlon of .tinge Col
lin' i pom tax lollettoi, Attuinev H
r Rutlei solliittn foi Hit bond, sub
mits an opinion in wlihh lie detlat es
tlio election lej, il In tin uplnliui .Mi
"As 1 line st. 1 ttd be fin i then is no
statute pie(iibing how 01 In whit
method the pom dlietlois nt the 1 It v of
raibondale .h ill appoint .1 t ix eollei
toi, thcitfoie, the election of a t i 1 ol
leetoi lij a 111 1J01 lt of a quoiuui of the
S pooi iliieetois of the t'ai liondale 1 lt
poor distill t in legukii imellng i-sem-blrd
"Wete theie m doubt on thi- qui-
tlon It should lie fln.illv -et it ipst bv
the opinion ot Pie-idtm Judge A11I1
bild In the tase of tlit commonwealth
e lei s Stliulinielil irpmud in .:
I.itl iwannu Ligal News, im. Tin 1 v I
dente pioduted at the time ot this 1 isp
shows that 011 .M11.I1 II l'ic tin
omit 11 of the bo ough ol nlvphrit ipet
foi nig.uil itlou Mnt ol Hie twelves
niembcis wtif pit-cut 'I he iniuiites
of the meeting show thai upon an eb 1
tlon foi tin olilie of -t tut 11 j sl niem
bt'i s voted foi !'( hiibim 111 tlu othei
tin pu b"lng pit- nt but not voting It
iv is laid liv nidg, Aiihbald that
f-iliulimehl was liuiv ppi ,eil, th it tin
minutes ot the liitetim illsi loed Hie
iiesnie of a quoiuiu ami the elei Hon
of the if-ppnilent bv the vote of a 111.1
,1oiitv of it It will lie ohseived that
the ii imiubeis olmj, foi tin- lt-spon-(lnt
weie not a li'ijoiltv ol Hie whole
lountil, siinplv a miioiltv of the quo
rum. lleoige Collins s tin le,j,illv elei ted
1a inlleitoi lot Hit puoi distiiit ot the
city 01 c 11 bond. ili ami If he Hies with
voui bo.uil a Rood and sullliiiiit bond
tu tin m:id of ?l 00. nppioved bv vout
iittoiney, hi should lie RlVili the ilupll
tali . '
v An XJp-to-Date Innovation.
Rmlle Wlrssen, the tsalem avenue
ha. bet, has added an nppllaiiie to his
t-havliiK piulois that peiUs well tot
his ptfott to keep abieast of the Hints
He has Installid the loinpiesstd ah
t-is-tem which has Ju-t lonie In ncup
111 the l.URP clilt'H ('oiupiessed all Is
supplied thioiiRh inblipi hosy to he up
pllul 111 eflectlv(l spim,B tlie fan
with 1111 attPi--ihalnK lotion, to qulikly
But in the Pleasant Ways of Pence.
tinod HiiiiR soiiie men aie mauled,
TIipIi wlvt.s Kei p 11 sensible watih ovei
illlBin, and have a wa to htlp ovet
jioniu HiPlt tioubk's,
j Mt'n r.ewlb, uf Shaiilko, Ote, wuh
IliiiJitecl 101 sevtunj jeuis at ailous
Iioliuj Jn South Ami'tka, and tell Into
illnUKUfto uihtoiii of fiequently ililuk
jlliR intfee, He s-ajs, " took to iisIiir
It the Hiinit as those peivous, pm Itublu
people in .South and ('eutinl Amt'ika,
(Tliey niakn uy black often and it ln
'loiiics nun ( 01 lefcxS.ii) IntoxliatlliK bev
,1'ratji!. At the etui of about four mouths,
1 bepnn having hPvue hkk heailailies
"lnlni'ioiisneFh, bin t.uppn-p(i It wan
fio'lii ilie tioplcal hid At last my wife
,UfifiJ.U&,&!''iH! t" 'i heailatlies and
tonmth ttouble. hhe tueii to India o
me"to quit ill Inking coffee, hivjiii; my
jltioubjo to that, but I toiitluued to sp
" ''k'iojk'1 ot I'o'-tuin Pood forte, ninj
frderaoino fiom the StatPH, but kept
t trseoiet from me. The eiy riisu tlmn
bn jncide it, when I came In to my
fo(fee.flia toll, 1 notleed that peutlku,
pleasant flavor of 1'ontum. mid nsl.eil
,fier what It was. She .said t was a new
WWl.( offee ami hhKciI mo how 1
yikeil It. I tried two cups of It with
Jjleh 'lJBche.de.Cheiia,' whkh Is used
tiy eyeiypne a3 mills In Panama, and
ghoUglu It excellent. After u coupla of
yjlays, my headuches stopped, and In a
JJihort while my nervousness dl&ap
SJjeared as If by magic. I liayo been
ttislng nothing but Postum for the past
JJ'car, land have been completely cured,
iSmd'my wire lias also been cured of
"Constipation by changing to- Postutn,
nd we shall ueer go bdek to coffee
tliv Hit face, Itrtead of bv the slow
fniiiiliiH and sltipiilng pioie, mid to
irfietlvelv blow fiom thp bend the fine
hubs iittei a ball-put, a featttte of hall
tilmmlUK Hint Is mmojItiR to bmbcr
shop pttions, Mi, Xh'sopii Is the hist
In faibotidnle to take udviintnge of th J
INCIDENTS OF STRIKE.
Cnibondnllnns Toll How Coal Is Re
gal eletl Away fiom Home.
llvpr "hue anthiaclte 1 oal has be
uiiiie such 11 pi et lints nrthle outside the
toal ipkIuiis, ('nrbondallans, who ate
hunted In other cities, hae wilttpn
home lclutliiR some amusing Incidents
of how the black diamonds ate Heated
as i lit lo,
Joe Hosier, Hie stai llelder of the
fiesepiits this season, wilting ft out St.
Mh Intel's ioIIprp, Tot onto, Canada,
whpie hp Is a student, sas: "They
fepl the effects of the stilke up heie.
1 was down to the city the othpi day
and saw In a jewch v stoic n Hinnll heap
of antliiatlte, A laigo loth chain was
attached to It. with u gum ding bull
dog at the other end. Theie wan a
plgn neat It that lead: "Anthracite
10.1I This was onte used as fuel by
the people of Tot onto Anv pptson
leaving his name tan settne a .speci
men." Another student Wilting fiom the
South desi Hues a plaeatd In n Jew el
ei 's window that iea.d: "We have
c inhered the supply of blink diamonds
in this section and offer ome Imi
R.ilns In stltkplns, em lings or watch
chai nis '
Attorney llemv Singer, of New Yotk
1 Itv, who spent Situnkiy and Sunday
heie left with his biotbei, Isaac Slng
ei , one of the stick pins of antliiatlte
coal tint an leadllv being disposed of
as a noveltv in the nietinpolls It Is
in lealltv not mil, but a sin ill piece of
slate as IiIr as an oidlnaiv peanut.
Anotliei lleti of lute. est In lonnee
tlim with the ineiRie i o il supplv Is
that I01 al teamsteis weie busj rihlm
mid Satuidav li.iullng toal ovel the
mountain to HonedaIp. Ipi haps
twentv-fhe loads weie thus dlnposed of.
Tlie pike langed fiom $fi to $7 "0
OLD POLK'S SERVICE.
Inteiesting Day at Beiean Baptist
Chuicli Four Octogenaiians Par
ticipate with a FeiventVlnteiest
A spii(( that was liiteie-tlng, im
pn si e and idifjlng to Hie highest de
giee w is the 'Old Folks' ,laj ' at the
Hpie.iu Hiptlst 1 lunch esteldav, when
the nioinlng's leliglous txeicisps weie
dedicated to those who had giown old
In ens, hut not In feivoi and zeal, In
tlie woik'oi the chinch
The seniles weie notable fot the
nuuibpi ol im toRen.il lans who piitui
paled Time was the veneiable He.
V H Cliow, w ho-e silvttfcd balit. hive
been 1 b mgpil bv eight-six jenis, S--1 c
uidav wis his binhdm annleis n ,
and then wtie Deacons P S .loslin,
who bis p isnetf his eightj -lltlli biitb
div, and Oilln (!iigr. 01 P.nk stmt
who I In his eight. -ninth blithda It
is inie, indeed, in Hie evpeilence f a
1 Inn ib wheie time men of these .im s
aie active In tlie thutch wink In bono)
ot the oiiat-Ion tin s deaions .lames
H Williams, llecnge H Stone P. S
.Iiidln, Xiiholas .Moon, A (' Puipleand
Willi 1111 Howell, all ot whom aie in
the evening of life weie so.ited In the
pulpit beside Htv Di Whalt n and Hev .
W I! fiiim Theie wen also a num
bei iteent who wen bonleiing on
fouis( 01 e jeai
The lnteiestinR pi ointnme was ar
l.iiiRtd so that the dtuons, the pastcn
and Iie Mi (iiow e.ith panic Ipatcd
The bltsnqr was asl.ed bj Deaons
Willi mis and Stone Kev W H fliow
announied the Hist hv 11111, tin pnMo)
imiioiinrtil the second: Deacon .loslin
offend pia.vpi, and Deaions Puiple,
Moon and Howell spoke apiopos of the
otiasion with a dtep leliglous feeling
Hev .Mi Oiovv, who his had sueh a le
m.uk. tbl fiultful i.mei in the pulpit,
gave a lulef talk on "How Life Looks
at Hlghtv-slN" Di Wh lien likewise
spoke with effei t on ' I'ouipensatlons
of Old Age" A paitli ulai l.v pleasing
featuie 01 the cntlei of extnlsps was
the dint, "Come I'tito Me and Ilest,"
bv Mis ir. j. Whfilen and Hugh Will
lams, r he shiRlng of "P.lest He the
Tie That Hinds." toni hided the edify
ing nbsei vaiue of the dav.
The old lollvs. to whom it was s1Uh a
pleasuie to attend, weie couveved to
and tiom the chimb in canlages,
klndlv loaned bv lion K i: llendiiek
and S S. Vail
Daughteis of Rebekah of Thiee
Counties to Meet Heie.
Tuesday will be .111 I1111101 taut ilnv
among the Daughter of Itebekah, the
lailles' aullltiy to the Independent Ot-
(ll ot Odd Pellows The nccnHlon Is
the tiWnunty coiiveiitlun of that 01.
dei, I.aeknwanua, kuPtue and Wjoin-
Itlg lountle.s to be lepiesented,
'I'lie lonvetitioii will be held In C'ntn
btlitn hall, on South f'lnncli htuet, nml
will be culled to cudei at J o'clock il)
the atti'inoon, The (tatlietlncr will lie
linpottant, for It will have to do with
the lutuiq government of the ruder,
The (liand uhs-eiuhly ineetH boon In
Lebanon, at which ilumges will be
m.idi) In the constitution. u'li.if
ihange.s 01 modllli. itldns the lodges In
these tin co louuHes lielleve bliould bo
inade will be MigKtittil and lilsc iissp.i
at the 1 on pinion, and. after helm?
adopted, to be embodied In a lepoit
which me iteiegaies win .submit befon
thii Lebanon meeting, The 1 (invention
will not be public , (he session to be for
The menibei.s nf the pieal lodge of
Daughti'ih of Itebeknli, who will bo
hosts, have HiiangPd to entcitalu the
soi.s, and will 1 0111 hide the meeting
In thin ilt with a whowlng of the
wmm-lipaited hospitality ih.wattpils
tli of faibcmdalp. The fot 111 of entci
taiinupiU will be u banquet, which will
be held ill tlio pailots of tho Flr.st fon
giegatloual ihunli on Tuesda evening,
a happy c (inclusion to thu du'b busi
ness, After Nearly Foity Yeais.
AV. T, Dale, who lift fatbondale the
ear the fvll wat euied, mid went
out to the Dakobis, vvs in f ,u boiulale
Satunlaj, ufter nit absence of nearly
Mi. Daln Is now located In Ninth
Dakota, He has piosperecl hlnte leav
ing this section, and Is now postmaster
at a Dakota town named Mollett. He
woie tho blue Jn the Civil stilfe, and
11 was the fact that ho Is a member
of tho Grand Army of the Republic
that bt ought hlni fatbondale way. He
cniiic to Washington to attend tho na
tlottnl ciicninpineiit of tho Ointid Anny
nml took nth milage of the oppot titnlty
to lslt the scenes of his eatllor yeais.
Hn lenetiiwl f nt tuiititnlit MrttlinlnV even
ing, mid after a btlef. pleasant visit"
among old ftlendp, he left on thp stage
for HnMtl, wheie ho will visit his als
tei, Mis. llcniy Hennett.
Pleasant Nuptial Sttrpilse That Has
Aroused Happy Felicitations.
The news of the nuptials of Miss
Maty 1.'. Wood, of Teniae ftippt, and
Chin leu p. Whlteluck, of Helmtint
stieet, which weie soltmnlyed at, Ilan
totk, X. Y on Wednesday, la a topic
that Is being plencantly ilK-us'leil
among thp wide elide ot admlilng
fi lends of thp young folks.
The couple wpto unattended. Hev.
Mr. Huynes, pastor of the Hancock
Haptlst church, nniclatcd. The btldp
was gowned In blue btoadiloth. After
11 week ut New Yotk city and anotlipr
week at Havie-de-Giate, Mil., they will
take up thelt lesldence nt the home of
the btlde's plstet, Mrs, l. 11. Mac
Mnne, flJ Tetraco sttept.
Mrs, Whltelotk 13 the duughtti of Mt.
and Mis. (Jcotge Wood, of Montour
Palls, X. Y,, but has lived heie for sev
eial .vents, She bus atqubed a host of
ft lends hIiuo making hei home bete.
Mi. Whltelotk Is one of the most
piomlnent and hlghlv estpeiued oung
men of Caibonihile. Jle Is tlmokeepet
with his fathei, who Is loadmasler ot
the Outfit lo and Western. He Is con
spicuous In fiiiteinal tlielpp, ,tklng
clilpf patilaiih of f anton fni bondale,
Patrlaii'lih .Militant: seciotatv of Olive
Ive.tf lodge, Independent Otdei of Odd
Fellows, and sett etui, v of ftvstal camp,
Woodmen of the Wot Id. He Is a gtadu
ate of the Cat bondale High school, class
PAT WOK LINNHX, who until 11
tenlly foned to letlre bj Ill-health, was
a foieman at Xo 1 collleiy of the Delu-
-V.iie and Hudson, passed avvaj at his
home, on Hoi don avtnut, at 4 o'clo(k
Satuiday motning of diopsj Ht bad
been confined to bis home for thiee
The deie.istd was ben 11 In this eltv
foitv-sK je.us ago and had spent his
puliie caieei heie He was a man of
pralsowen thy chaiattei Isths and a de
vout meiubei of St Hose t Mil 1 1 li
The dectused is smvived by his v Ife
and elpvtn chlldieu. Mis r Judge,
John, Hdwaid. Pattkk. Fiank, Joseph,
Aliie, Mmv, Katie, Josephine and An
nie Linnen, all of this clt. He is alo
sin v heel bv two brotheis and thiee
Funeials of Satuiday.
The last ikes ovtt the late -.Mks
niteln bin dpi, lpliit of the kiti Homy
Sin del, wen held Satin day afleinoon.
At the home of bet d.iughlei, M.is
Oeoige P Aekeinian, Xo 21 Lintoln
avenue, sei vices we.e tonducted at 2
o ( lock lo Ke A r f'h iffee, pastoi of
the riist Methodist Hplseopal thuich
Hev Mi. fhaflee deliveied a touthlng
eulogv A quaitette tendeied seeial
'elections dining the seivltts Theie
were in in ei pietty tloiul offeilngs
Fiom the house the tottege pioeeeded
to Maplevvood cemetei, v.hpte Intei
inent was made The following acted
as pall-beaieis' T O Robinson, P f.
Olvei, D W. Humplue, Willi im II.
Williams, n.ink Koeminelmejei mid
Lev 1 Situ um
The obsequies of the late Patiick
I.unnv weie held Satuidiv morning
The (oitege lett tlie house at '),10 and
was a long one At St Hose thuith
high mass was lelebnted bj Hv.
Geoige DK011 Pnthei DIon deliveied
an ploqueut eulogv ot the deceased
The bodv was botne to ht Hose ceme
teiv and theie laid in its final lesting
pi ice The following weie pall-bear-(is
H r Hdmunds, of Jernnn: John
ronneiton, Hivant liuike, Patikk Me
tl.niy, Jpieiulah (illin.iitln, Ueinaid
O'Htlen, P. J. Kelly and Menial d Mul
lady. .Home on a Biief Visit.
M J Hot an, who lecently leslBned
bis position a salesman in Slngei s
PaiU 1 lotbltiff hoii'-e lo become tlie win
dow decoiatot fot Satanoff, the battel,
In New Y01K city, tame home to spend
Satuiday and Sunday at the home of
bis patents on the West Side Mi, Ho
liin 1 punned to the metiopolls last
evening The news that he is vvell sit
uated with bilpilu ptiiopccts of ad
Minieinetit will be nood news to his
wide clule ol well-wishing ft lends In
Chef in Scianton,
James Thompson, Ji who closed bis
lestnutant in this city a few wceUs ago
bii.iue of the lessened appetites clue
to the coal sttiKe, Is now well located
in Stiniitein. Ho is the day e lief at the
t'oinmeiclal, one of the busy lestau
lauts of the i:iecttlc city. The pat
ions of the Caiuiiiuu'liil ate. asstned of
appetising dishes while Jltumie Is the
man behind the gas htove.
The Huily liojs
theh itppi opt lute
the s-econd team
Boys Aie It.
pioved thelt title to
imine by defeating
of tho ('111 bondale
High Khnol In a pc nippy game on Sau
dv's Held, .Satuiday tnoiiiliig. They
Hliut out the High sdionl buffeis by the
Willi of 7-0 The Hmly lads mo leady
for thelt iipt victims at any time
A Monster Cabbage,
This Is not a shakeilnd stoiy a la
Whittle,, but a Caibotidalc fact, V, 11,
Hvsim", the South Main Htiect meat
ilealt'i, puicluibed nil Imineiibe (abb.ige
last weelv that he legaids as a lecotd-
The libCjuimo cats blubber,
The lumbermen eat pork
Pl i ,i
llK'be people are Constantly
exposed tO COkl and physical;
strain. K.xperience has taught
them that fatty foods give
warmth and nourishment.
For those who have cold
and thin bodies, or are threat
ened with consumption or any
wasting disease, there is no fat
in so digestible and palatable a
form as Scott's Emulsion,
Physicians prescribe it,
We'll Jtnil you a little to try, If you hie.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Pearl Mitet, New Yotk
To Sleep Well
get your stomach and liver
acting right. The easiest,
quickest and safest way to
do it is to use
Botil J-'v fty bro. In botes 10v. and 230,
bleaker. Tho big-leafed vpgetablp bal
anced the scale at 20 pounds and 12
ouiitps. This overgiown and gteatly
develoiied tabbage, which Mr. I'vatis ns
well us the giow ets pi be, was pur
chased fiouj the Hall brothers and was
giovvn on the Ilollenb.it'k farm.
VERY FAST FOOT BALL.
The Swlftwlnds Defeat the Heavy
Cottage Athletic Club.
The game of foot ball, between tho
Swlftwlnds mid the Oottngp Athletic
flub, on Alumni Held, developed in my
eiy unusual reunites. The most stu
ptislng put of the contest was the ie
sult, as no one expected the Swlftwlnds
to stoic on their seasoned opponents,
little less to defeat them, as they did,
so decisively by the scoie of d-0.
That tho game was one of the most
earnestly contested of the season's
spoil, eveiMino was nwmr. The Svvlft
w hills, under the guidance of Captain
Monoghan, oxhlblted a dash and accur
acy tb.it was bewildering to the Ath
letic boys and kept them constantly on
Tho game consisted of two halves of
fifteen mid twenty minutes, lespettlvc
ly. The Oottnge Athletic Club won Hip
toss and chose the 1101 Hi goal, with the
wind to their back. Monoghnn, ror tho
"Swifts," kicked to the lO-.v.inl line,
where Xealon and McCann smothered
Ilndgins on his catch. The Cottage
Athletic Club lost tho ball on clowns
bv the 111,11 velous defense of Monaghnn,
Xenlon .and MtHale. The "Winds"
then hammeied the heavy line of the
Cottage and linallv succeeded In send
ing Mellale ihiough tho Cottage left
guai d roi n touihdown, oHer s! min
utes of playing This was the only
to-e of the game The battle waged
hotlv in tho Athletic Club tenltoiy eon
Mantlv and it was onlv by the most
sti enuous pffotts that they kept the
biilllant quartette, MtHale, Xealon,
Monoghan and McGanv, fiom btorlng
The line-up was as follows.
Swlftwlnds Xealon, lpft end, Mui
ph, loft tatkle, Wagnei, left guaid;
T O.ispy, contei, Btuke, light gumd,
MiCann, light tatkle: McfJaii, light
end: MtHale, lpft halfback; Swart7,
light halfback: Muirin, quai teiback,
Monoghan, fullb ick.
Cottage Athletic Olub Kane left end,
Duggnn, left tackle, AV Casev, left
guaid; Mannlon, tentei , Coiilgan, light
guild; TIaite, light tatkle, Donnelly,
light end, J Hadgins, left halfback,
P H.idglns, light halfback; Oenity,
quai teiback; Hope, fullback
An Extraoidinary Elk's Head.
The local olTlce of the National TX
piess company handled in tiansit a
few das ago, an elk's head of extiaoi
din.uv sle and the animal must have
been a noble specimen of- this f.unib
Fi oin the top of the luad to the end
of the laigei .unlet it nie.isuied 9Vj
feet. It w.ih a splendid, product of the
taxldei mist's ait It was shipped fiom
San Fianclseo. C.il , to Bloomsbuig.
this state The total expiess chaiges
w ei e ?J8 71.
Tiuant Officer 111.
Joseph Mannlon, tiuant oflicei of the
Cat bondale .sehooKdlstilct, has been
seilousl ill foi oev'eial dajs. He has
manifested all the symptoms of an at
tack of tjpboid finer, his tempeiatuie
ascending as high as 104 degiees. Yes
terday the .s.vmptoms abated somewhat
and theie Is hope that the t.vpbold ele
ment has been checked.
Ill of Diphtheria.
A case of dlphtheil.i, tho (list In some
time, has been lepoited to Sectetaiy J.
Itifsell Shepbeid, ot the bo.iul of
health. The suffeiei Is Leona Roemmel
m.ver, elaughtei of Mi. and Mts Anton
IloeniiiulmPi, nf Ulikett stieet.
Taken with Illness.
Ernest Yanington was taken ill while
at wotk at the Locomotive shops Sat
uiday which necessitated his ictlilng
fiom wotk for the day. He will be able
to lesuinc vfoik this motning.
NEWS IN BBIEr.
.Miss Uertha Hathaway entet tallied
the meinbeis of the Young Ladles'
Cooking dub at her home, on Salem
avenue, rililny evening.
Piof, A, Wilson (le.ny bns so fur te
coveted fiom bis iweiit Illness as to
be out again, and be was at the High
school again foi a time Filday,
John Mourn and wife, of Kingston,
have removed to this city and taken up
tlifli tesldeiice In the Moon house, on
South chin eh stiecn. Thelt sou, Will
iam Mot an, the South Main stieet bat
her, bns been a te.sldeiit heie seveial
Mis. A. 11, Isgar, of iilver stieet, has
been lonfincd to bci home for the p.ist
two weeks by Illness. It vv.is thought
that her double would develop Into a
case of Uphold fever, but her condition
Is lepoi teiL to be somewhat unmoved
paac uuy or ivvo,
Thu fuiietiil ot Ivatle, claugbtei of
Mis, Champion, of West Mnjlleld, took
place esteida iifteiiiom, SeivUes
wile held at the boiiiu by Uev, M, I),
Fiillei, D, D, pastor of the Methodist
c lull c 11. The um.illih vveii) fullovrd lo
thy ceiiieteiy by a huge college, among
whom wci(i the meinbeis of tho Suii(la
siliool, The iltii.il girts included a
v, icaih, an anchor and seveial msket
v, ii'iiin, an aiiciioi' iiiiij sevciai i
.bmuiueti. and weie cmlert by tlio.
pall-beate wen. James Iltuils, jr.,
joiui Mil.eaii, Willie Mni tin, Wultei
Hec.es. and ilcoirfe, and Cltailcfi I'vnns,
A Kuty bouis' devotion opened In
Hiii led Ileal t clumh esteiday iniiin
Ing. Mi mid Mis. Fianl; llikei of Scnui
(oti. woie guetth jestciday of Mi and
Mn. John It Jones, of Main stieet,
Hi'iitv. Mnxvvell is confined to his
home, on Main '.tieet, with u seven at
tack of ilieuni.itli-'iii
Ml and Mis. .lames Allen, nf Caibun
ilulu, spent Sundiy in Jeiuivn.
Thoinns P. O'Hoio clietl at htn home,
on Salem stieet, Satuiday afleinoon ut
1.30 o'clock, after un Illness of seveiul
If you see something in our
ads to interest you, you may
count on being still more inter
ested when you come to the store.
S 65c Printed All
We were on hand when the makers closed them out at about half price and
we got the entire stock about 2000 yards iu fifty-seven different designs and
colors. There are tinted grounds in dots and stripes, Persian patterns in many
colors. Roman stripes aud many other new and pretty effects the quality is
strictly all wool aud the offering is oua of tlis bist our dress goo Is department has
put out for a loug time. 35c a Yard,
1J0 dozens, All Linen Crash Towels, fancy borders, hemmed ends.
36 inches, 9c each or $1.00 par doz?n. Positively the, best towel
offered in the city.
Sheets and Pillow
you nave three s sheets tor every hed
in your house and three extra
plied. A good many women wait until January
before replenishing these things, but a better
way seems to be to buv each month what sheets,
pillow-cases and bolster cases you need, then
they never all wear out at once.
Get standard muslins. The ready-m.ide
sheets and pillow-cases cost just about what the
muslin by the yard of the same quality costs,
and standard muslins wear so much better than
cheap, that it more than p.tys.
Our special biand ib the best on the niatket
and our prices lowest.
123 - 125
eais He was vvell and f.uoiablv
known thioughout the ulle. He Is
suivived by his aged mothei and
biotheis. John, of PhoenK, Aiiona:
Bainey, L.iwienee.ndvvaid and Michael
The funeial will take place Tuesdaj
moi ning at 10 o'clock
Henry Stlin, of Cat bondale, was a
collet in town Satuiday.
Miss Hattie Mjeis has lecoveied
fiom a thiee -weeks' illness.
Miss Coia Mlllei, of Caibondale, Is
lsitlng lelathes in town.
John P. Keaine, was a callei in Maj
D. J. Jenkins, ot Jeimjn, was n is
itot in town Satin Uuy.
The funeial of the lale John Hvans
took place fiom the home of his slstei,
Mis. Clini lotto Pettigiew, on Delaware
stieet, jesteiday afternoon at '.'.10
o'clock. The seivices weie conducted
by Rev. Geoige Hague, pastor of the
Susquehanna Stieet Uapllst thuich
Dining tlie seivlce seveial beautiful
hvmns weie sung. The attendance of
ti lends was eiy lame. The lomalus
weie taken to Union ceiiieteiy and laid
at lest. The p illbeaiois weie: D. J.
Coleman, 'l J. Thomas, William Wal
klns. iMw.uil Williams, John F.
Jones and L'hiules Thomas
Foi t Houis' devotion will be com
mented In St. Patiltk's chin cb net
Sunday inoiiiliig at the S o'clock mass.
'I he inembeis of tho Holy Name society
will leeelve coiiiniuiiloii in a body.
Tho boiough council will meet this
Mi. and Mis. Albeit Kiesllng, of
Piovldeiue weie thu guests of Mt. and
Mis. F. W. Simpson, of niukely, es
teiday. Mr, and Mis, ji. S. fault and Mss
Jlav Otownell, ot fatbondale, wen
vlsltois in town jesteiday.
Mis. H, Y. .Mills spent jesleidaj
with Duumoic lelntlves.
It, n. Van Het gen and son, Newell
Van Heippn, ot Caibondale, weie Is
Itois at this pliue yestenluy.
John rtttikc, of I'lattsbuig, was a
callei bete jesteiday.
A sin pi ise party was tendeied Mus
tei Hdvvaid Sullivan, of High stieet,
Satuiday evening, by his many joung
fi lends, the occasion being his teiilh
blithdii. Clunios and other amuse
ineius weio hi older, and lefiesliments
weteseived. Those pu'seiu weie. The
Misses Tllllc Uvans, M.tbel Pie.stwood,
Hdllb Swan, Lena Ueiger, .Mjiilam
Davis, Jllodvvln Hughes, niodvv in Davis,
Saiah i:vans,.Mamle Owens, Ida Hvatis,
llessie, i Vila and Mmy Sullivan, Mai. v.
Davis, and Mtisieis Wllllo Piestvvoud,
Albeit "Welsenlltih, I.C'jshon Hughes,
Tliomus Phillips, Jeiiklu and Fiank
Davis, John and licit Owens, Men i Is
Kvuns and John Sullivan, Ji.
Mis. Dnvld Hvans, of Sliumokln, has
iptiiini'd home, niter vlslilng fi lends )n
The liillpuil of the I ito Hdw.ud Al-
We nftei Or.n iliiudud Hull us itewiinl
foi anv (use ut fatal 111 Una lauuol In
ciiinl bv II ill s f itiuih fine
r j (mii:nuy a. co. rob do, o
We. thu iiiidoisiguid, hm l.iiuvvu F J
fhenej loi III'.1 lis! )'i veins nml ixllevi
lilm peitectlv houoialilo In all liusiiu&
lliinsai llous nml IIii.iik lallv mile lo iiiiij
out uuy iilillgiitioiui iiiiule bv thill 111 111
I1BT .v. 'lltl'A.N, Wholes lie lini,tdsls
Toll do, O
WALDIMS, MNNAV .v MAItM.N
Wboltuiile DliiKb'Nls, Toledo O
Halls famuli fine h taken lntciiMl.v
uitiiig dluitlj upon tlio blood and urn
cons Bin lilies ol Hie Hjotein Tcstliuonl
als sent fie Pilco 73c. pel bottle bold
bv nil di legists
Hails l'atullj Pills uiu thu best.
5crantoiVs 5hoppins: Center
Two tilings regulate a store's
prices: What it has to pay for
goods; what it costs to sell them.
Connolly fi Wallace's saves
you money at both ends.
Wool French Flannels at 35c a Yard
Great Towel Bargain
Sweaters for Hen and Boys
A few years ago there were so many makers
of sweaters that we hardly knew which to buy
from everyone seemed to be the best.
Then sweaters dropped. One season saw
hundreds of mills close down. Among those
that weathered the storm was one small maker
whose sweaters weie always food, but who
now seems to hnve reached the top. His factory
runs twelve months in the year; his best cus
tomer is Connolly and Wallace.
All kinds of good sweaters come from this
man all made of the very best worsted. The
weight regulates the price. Men's, $2.50 to $4;
boys, S1.00 to $1.50; children's, 75c to $1.00.
vou are well sup
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- 127 - 129 Washington Ave. ft
plenap, of Old Toige, took place on
Satuiday .ifteinoon Scnices weie held
at the house, ilov. J. L Uace olllciat
ing Intel inent was made in the For
est Home cemeteiv. The Knights of
Pjthlas of Mooslc attended the funeial
In a bodv.
Mi and Mis Willi un Watklns and
elaughtei, ot West Sei anton, weie the
guests of Mi. and Mis, John Watklns,
of Main stieet, vesteidny
John KichaielH, of New Yolk city,
spent jesteiday with lelatives in town.
Misses Jennie Hauls and Kli.abeth
Owens visited the Thli teonth leiment
camp at Pcckville jesteidaj.
Chestei Reese called on soldlei fi lends
at Petkvlllc, jcstcid.iv.
Adolph Fivveidti has letuineel to
Waltei Peek, of Pcckville, called on
f i lends In town, j'esteidij.
Pi of. John khans, of Caibondale,
isited at the home of Mi. aud Mis. W.
O. How ells, vesteidaj.
William Hovvlej-, wlille plaj lug font
ball estoidny Willi tlu Maiket stieet
team, was jumped upon by a he.ay
plaver and was so baellj Injuied that
with medic ul aid it took ovei two houis
to ipsustltiite him.
A house owned by Patiiek Ljons, of
the West Side, was destioved bv liie
on Filday evening. The tenants moved
out the day befoie.
Mis, L. D. Snndeis and dtughlci,
May, letiuned lioinc on Situi dav. iittei
spending seveial weeks with ft lends In
Cnionei Heige subinlttnl to an opei
ntlnti lor appendleltls on Satuidaj
men ning. Tin attending phjhlelaus
weie Dis, Fulton, of Sii.intoti; Wat
son, of .Mooslc, and Pier, of Avnui. Last
evening ho was much iinpientd.
Helen, the r.-jeai-old daughtei of Mi,
nml .Mis. Michael Scott, of Chinch
stieet, died on Thin sihiy attci noon, In
tel incut was made on Satin day in St,
.Tallies Coilkliu, of Lincoln, Neb,, Is
stlng at the home of his nephew,
John Klsslugei, of the West Side. Mi.
Conkllu Is one ot the many who left
heie nianv jcuis ago to bettei his eon.
dltlou. Ilo now owns u huge stock
taiiii In the Plcitto Itiver vallej.
To Cuie ft Cold in One Day
Tako LuMitlvo Hiomo-Cjululiio Tablets,
This slguatuio ,,r'i. X. on
cvaiy bo, 'JJc, & tirsirja
Miss Mann .MiuAsj and inothii, of
'I'lioinhuist, wen i alius In town dining
Joseph Lav die, nt South Suantou,
waa a i.illei iu town jesteidaj.
A Jin l, o uuinbei ol people lioui this
plute wllnessed tin South riciunlon loot
lull team detent the Aiihbald tc.lll, on
the An lib. ilcl kiuuudx, jesteidaj nitei-
Tin Still Id: fuck local, No. 100-,,
rnlicd .Mine Woikiis of Ameilui, will
bold Its nguliii nieiilng this evening in
St Janus hall All uitiubcis aie le
itiesitil to attend
Pperlal to the Sciatitoi) Tilbune
Wiuiineis, Del 1-' lliant lletts, son
ot the liudloiil ut Wimmeis, ictuined
a livv dajs ago io hi luthci's lioine.
Hi uilhii'ii in ls'i iu Scianton, foni
paiij Ii nittt'iiih legliuent, uiul went
to the j - In ml ot fill). i, when he ie
nialiu'd lor thbieeii nionths, and went
fiom theie to Foil i:ihun Allen 111 Vei-
niontvlieit ho stujed sl mouths. He
tlidWeut to Tien Tslu, in fliliui, and
and long sleeves,
nftoi a stay of four months, was trans
fened to the Philippines, wheie he
solved nineteen months Returning to
San Francisco, California, he ieceicd
an bonoiable discharge on Nov. 24, 1001.
John Getts, his fathet, did not recog
nize his son until he told him who ho
was. Ho has been vvoiking since bia
l etui n at Saco, and boards with his
lather at Hotel Wimmeis.
.Mis. W. J. Hinciy lj visiting friends
Mis I'aic'Ioy is visiting friends in
Moscow and Prov idence.
The lecent lalns caused damage to
the buckwheat ciop. Many aeies
spiottted in tho shock.
Special lo the Scianton Tilbune.
Tunkhaniiocl;, Oct. 12 Shot Iff John
W. fJiav held a tuimbei of sheriff sales
it tho com t house on Satuiday after
noon. j:dw.ud S Hinds, of Faetoiyvllle,
Republic ,u candidate for shciiff, was
calling on tho oteis heie the last of
the week. ;
A petition will bo piesonted to court
today, asking for the appointment ol
Cbailes P, McKovvu ns oveisecr of the
poor ol Tunkhannock "ooiougb, to till
the vacanej lit the boatd, caused by
llio death of his father, the late Nath
aniel A. McKown.
Lacejvllle village, now a part ol
Mialntilin township, deslics to bo In
(oi pointed as a bouiugh, and a peti
tion for that puipose will be piesented
at this tetm of com t.
The stone vvoik for the now cieam
eiv, down by tho tlver. Is coniplDted
and teudy foi the building, which will
pt nhabl v bo commenced this week.
Oftobei trim ol cam t commences to.
day at 1! o'clock p. in.
Mis. Fiances Roatdman has removed
fi oni West Tioga stieet to the foimcr
Pic'sbyieiJin pusoiuige, on Putnam
Special Exclusion Rates to Poitlnnd,
Me., and Return, via the leliigh
On .mount ot the National Woman's
t'lulstliUi Tempeiiuue union, special
Ian s have been made by the Lehigh
Valley lallioud. Tlikets on sale la
vailous lollies, Oitobei 1.1, H, 15, 16 mid
sJS fliestnul stieet, Plillailelphla.
bet 'JI, with ptlvilege of eMenslon by
deposit of tickets and an additional
pajiuent of JO cents. I'aio fiom Scian
ton, $12,(i or $11 10, iu ecu ding to i mite
seleitcd. See tliket llgents for paitkll
S4.85 New Yoik $4.35,
Oetubir II. Hi" N"v Jeisey fenttnl
will sell oMiiislon llckets to New Yoik
f i om nil stations, Suituton to Luuirl
Ituii, Iniltislvc at n niie of fmii dollais
and IblitJ-IHe (enls, Tickets good in
go on all i mills. Oi tuber U and good to
leluiu until Oitobei IS ludushe. In
iiulio of ticket aguits, Ne.vv Jeisey fen
u al. oi J S Unlabel, dlstilct passenger
agent, Si i anton, Pa.
$4.05 Philndelphin ? 1.05.
On ac i mint ot the Niulunal CuiW.iro
Dealeis' l'lotecttvo iliwotlatlon, to he
held in Philadelphia, October 10 to U,
the New Jeisey tVnti.il (allioad vvll
sell tbkels ul one laic for the lound
nip, on curt oideis. Rate fioin Scian
ton, ?l'J.i Tickets good to go October
ti to IS. uiul good to return until Octo.
bci ii, IM.', inclualve "