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TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1D0&
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! . Tthe News of Carbondale.
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A Hallowe'en Event
Tlmt will oiTcr yoiiniT folks nil the
j; pleasures 'f t'0llritltnjr, tills night In a
Nippy way is tiic
; Social and
Hint will be conducted In the Hilrke
building tomorrow night, tuirti'i' tho mis
ilees of the
strike, reached this place Saturday
evening. Conductor Fuy was lit charge
of the trnln, They mine unheralded
nittl unannounced, else the nonufnee
would Imvo turned out en masse, the
bund would Imvo played, ntid the new-
comers would have been tendered tho
freedom of the city,"
AND MITCHELL DAY
Bon-Ton Social Club
There will h ml enlel tlilnmcul the
early part of tho evening, tit which a
itrogiammo of llullon'een dlveisluns will
, lie observed.
Them will also be dancing of fmiey llg
itres by members of th.5 class.
For tho dancers, for all tho patrons,
tpeclnl music, will be played for the flf.it
lime In Cnrbomlnlo, under the dlroetiim
:r Prof. William Collins.
Theie will he no chlckc-n supper, ns
voently nimonneeil, hi connection with
The Expense Will be 75c.
Notice from Rev. F. Ehinger
Lutheran Clutrph Observance.
ON SATURDAY NIGHT
Hon. Sereuo E. Payne, Chnirman of
Ways and Means Committee, and
Major Everett Warren, of Scran
ton, to Be the Speakers at the
Republicans of C'arboudale anil vlc.ln
ty welcome with enthusiasm the nn
louucemeut of the rally scheduled for
the Grand opera, housu on .Saturday
night or this week.
The fact that this will be the first
Republican rally in Carbondale and the
only mass meeting- in this city during
this campaign, will be eagerly seized
by Carbondallans as an .opportunity or
displaying their feeling- of confidence in
party success nnd victory this Novem
All that the most enthusiastic voter
might wish for in telling campaign ora
tory will be gratified. The speakers
will be Hon. Sereno B. Payne, chair
man of the ways and means committee
of the house of congress, and Major
Bverett Warren, of Summon, whose
incisive talks have more than once
aroused audiences hereabouts. .Mr.
Payne comes with a rarely well-informed
mind, with a spirit of eloquence
to make effective what be will Impart.
In the invitation to the public, women
are cordially invited to come to the
opera house to hear the eloquent and
Interesting talks which should be of In
terest and value to them, as well as
their husbands and sons.
The candidates for county olllees will
to present at the rally.
To The Tribune:
Reformation ami Thanksgiving day In
St. Paul's Lutheran church eolnoident
ally fall on th same day, this year, a.i
John Mitchell day.
On the occasion of our monthly
Wilkcs-Uarro (ionium conference's pri
vate circle there will he tills evening,
beginning- at 7.30, the following:
Thanksgiving services to (tod Al
mighty for his blessings, splrltunl and
temporal, especially for a rich ciop, for
holding body and soul together; also
the warming of the fireside by end lug
the coal strike, through the magnani
mous efforts, of our beloved President
Roosevelt and President Mitchell, of the
United Mine Workers.
The following pastors, ituv. J. W.
Randolph and Rev. .1. Wltkc, of Scran
ton, and It'iV. liehrends, of Iloncsdnle,
will deliver addresses. The Potersbure
choir will also be present and will ren
der an appropriate programme of vocal
A collection In sliver coin will prove
the readiness of the congregation to
meet a bank note now due, given last
year to free the church from its mort
gage encumbrance. "Deeds and not
vague pious words" should he om
At the end of the services, A. Oer
hnvdt, secretary of the church, will be
ready in the vestry of the church to
accept the ballots of the members of
the church for one trustee In place of
A. Proetswh, whose term or odlce litis
expired. The candidates are J. Uralicli
and Prank Rommelmyer. A majority
is necessary to elect. The wives or
members are entitled to hand in the
votes or their husbands to the secre
tary, who will count them in the elec
tion. Wc have many reasons for our
thanksgivings, as the attitude or our
suiKers, iiougii true to their cause, was
one or dignity to them, and made us
reel that we were not In the strike
region at all. All credit to their cool
ness, but llrnmess or position.
Cod bless us all!
Rev. F. Ehinger.
I'aslor St. Paul's Lutheran Church.
00 Y00 BET UP
WITH A LAME DACK ?
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Connolly & Wallace I
5cranton,s Shopping Center
Ma,& You Uric Acic, Rheuma
tisn or Bladder Trouble?
To Prove What SWAMP-ROOT, the Great Kidney and Blad
der Remedy, Will Do for YOU, All Our Readers May
Have a Sample Bottle Sent Free by Mail
Pain or dull ache In the back Is un
mistakable evidence or kldnev trouble.
It is Nature's timely warning to show
you that the Hack or health Is not
ON EUXL TIME.
Delaware and Hudson Mines
Working- to the Limit.
It's n long time since there was such
activity In the mine workings of the
Delaware and Hudson In this city as
or the past two days.
The mines are now on full time and
rre being worked to the limit. The
order to change from three-quarters to
full time was received just as the
miners were coming out of their places
Monday night. Though some or them
were on their way home, the order to
pet out nil the coal possible was con
sidered so imperative that it was a case
of "back to the mines," nnd back the
men went to put in the other quarter
of a day.
It Is being illustrated anew these
days how far the mines and collieries
in this vicinity engage labor that Is
available. At the Hendricks and the
Carbondale Machine companies' plants
there is such a scarcity of laborers since
the strike that it was found necessary
to Increase the wages of laborers to teii
-........, u. uuj, in uiic ul me Hijops, as a
premium. But even with this expedi
ent, enough laborers cannot be secured.
Tho same is true in the experience of
builders nnd contractors. It is almost
a hardship to get men to do the work
of laborers; all seem to have returned
to the mines.
There tire numerous cases of dlssatls
faction and discontent among the
miners of Forest City, because or the
retention -of non-union men in the posi
tions they hold during- the strike. There
is a possibility of some action looking
towards redress among the union employes.
AFTER THIRTY YEARS.
WlHinm McHale Visits Carbondale
After Prospering in the West.
William McHale, a former Carbon
dallan, step-brother of ex-Select Coun
cilman Thomas Rattle, is visiting in
this city after an absence of thirty
Mr. McHale left here in early man
hood and lias prospered amid the land
of opportunities In Utah which is now
his home. Ho is the owner of numer
ous mineral tracts, some of which are
rich In copper and will "His Coffers
, 'KliVi as, they tiro developed. One mine
peculiarly named, "The Hired Girl"
has of Itself, made him a wealthy man
Hts -possessions, however, were not the
. Btf Wf . ''hanee,, When, lie first went
West. Mr. McIIalu labored hard and
long and was employed for sometime
on the Pnlon Pacific railroad which
was then being fastened to the ear.Hi to
uolto tho .Coast with the West. His
keenest-, his good Judgment, his la
dustry, patience and pursevereneo
brought him the modest fortune which
is now' his.
Mr, McHale lias those sturdy char
acteristics found lu a man who lias
. Broivnulth a country from its stato
of wild freedom, Ho Is full of wit ami
humor and in renewing acquaintances
of-the days when Carbondale was but
a score of years a city, lie offers society
that Is companionable and blehiy ph.
joyable, He will be here for u row
weeks. The numerous friends of .Mr,
McHale, who may not have greeted
him since his return, will be pleased to
learn of his good fortune.
L Big Demonstration of United
Xabor Is Expected The Formation
and the line of March Letter
from Local Ministers.
Arrangements for today's demonstra
tion, in honor of John Mitchell day,
were completed yesterday, and at this
stage only the assurance of fair
weather is needed to realize the san
guine expectations that the occasion
will be memorable In the history of
organized labor in this vicinity.
Only Carbondale locals of the United
Mine Workers will be in line. It was
hoped thai the Vtmdllug and Maylleld
miners would join with their brethren
in Carbondale in observing the day.
There is disappointment, however, as
the former will take part in the Forest
City demonstration, and the Mayfleld
miners win parade In Jerinyn.
The unions of mechanics and trades
men affiliated with the Central Labor
union will be out In force, It Is .prom
ised, and will have the right of line.
They are requested to report to the
grand marshal at the place of forma
tion. Harry Kerins, who is grand marshal,
has issued the following orders, cover-
lug the formation, lino of march, etc.:
Squad of Police.
Grand Marshal, Harry Kerins.
Chief of staff, James Keemin: aides.
Frank Nolan, Felix Paone, 844: John
Toolan, 877; Jacob Williams, ail; John
Mildon, 1S97: Thomas Murphy, 1011;
Martin Rattle,' 969; Joseph Pldgeon,
1C9G; William Purieh, Highland Park
Carriages containing city offieials and
Commander, Ignace A'eroskl.
Simpson Local, No, 36.
Black Diamond Local, No, ISO".
Highland Park Local.
Commander, John C!affney.
No. 1 .Shaft Local. Xo. S77.
Powdcrly Inside Local, Xo. 9.
Powdeiiy Outside Local, Xo. Iiiliti,
Cualbrook Outside Local, Xo, Hill,
Coalbrook Inside Local, Xo. S44.
First division will form on South
Church street, right resting on Blghth
Second dhlslim will form on Souih
River street, left resting on Blghth ave
Line of March.
If these danger signals are unheeded.
more serious results are sine to follow;
Kright's disease, which Is the worst
form or kidney trouble, may steal upon
The mild and the extraordinary ef
fect or the world-famous kldnev and
bladder remedy, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, Is soon realized. It stands the
highest for its wonderful cures of the
most distressing cases. A trial will
convince anyone-and you may have a
sample bottle free, by mall.
Backache. Uric Add and Urinary Trouble.
Amonir th nini. -,.,,,.. .,
M'm,.?.1,l,',l..0t '"vestlgatea Iiy the Sernnlon
.i ,W" nlJ10 ..onc wo Publish lodny for
tiio benefit ot our leaders, speaks In the
highest terms of the wonderful nrntivn
nrrtiirii.f nn t i.i..
r7. 'f-i. ,.'B K'eut. Kiuuey remedy.
Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Blnshamlon, X. Y.
Gentlemen: When I wrote von last
nnnf ',.,? ft sam,,B 1,0''fi of Swamp-
lmnlri.il.:. ..I. ' . V. "' "' 1"11 IMHH
;,.,.i,i, , '"c"""iiHm anil iiilnurv
? iVi1-" exSeKS, of mlc cd. Alter
nriViilo Ple bottle, she bought a
aige bottlo hero at the drug store. That
pi, Jiff",.0 mUc" S00'1 Klle bought more.
the effect of Swamp-Root was wonderful
nnd almost Immediate. She has felt no
letiirii or the old trouble sine"
Oct.. 1501. R THOMAS.
42i Best St., Buffalo, X. Y.
Lame back is only one symptom of
kidney trouble one of many. Other
symptoms showing that you need
Swnmp-Koot are, obliged to pass water
often during the day and to get up
many times at night, Inability to hold
your urine, smarting or Irritation in
passing, brick-dust or sediment in tho
urine, catarrh of the bladder, uric acid,
'constant headache, dizziness, sleepless
ness, nervousness, irregular-heart-beating,
rheumatism, bloating, Irritability,
wornout feeling, lack of ambition, loss
of flesh, sallow complexion.
If your water when allowed to remain
undisturbed in a glass or bottle for
twenty-four hours, forms a sediment or
settling, or has a cloudy appearance, it
is evidence that your kidneys and blad
der need Immediate attention.
in taking Swamp-ltoot you afford
natural help to Xature, for Swamp
Hoot is the most perfect healer and
gentle aid to the kidneys that is known
to medical science.
Swamp-Root Is the great discovery of
Dr. Kilmer, the eminent kidney and
bladder specialist. Hospitals use It with
wonderful success In both slight and
severe cases. Doctors recommend It tn
their patients and use it in their own
families, because they recocnlze in
Swamp-Root the greatest and most suc
If you have the slightest symptoms,
of kidney or bladder trouble, or ir there
is a trace of It in your family history,
send at once to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blng
hamtoii, X. Y., who will gladly send
you free by mail, immediately, without
cost to you, a sample bottle or Swamp
Root and a book or wonderful Swamp
Root testimonials. Be sure to say that
you read this generous offer in the
If you are already convinced that
Swamp-Root is what you need, von i-an
purchase tho regular fifty-cent and one
dollar size bottles at drug stores every
where. Don't make any mistake, but
remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address,
Rlnghaniton, X. Y., on every bottle
18,000 Pairs of
at 5c a Pair
A Sale Unprecedented in the Trade History of This Country
All Sizes for All Ages
900 pairs, size 5, suitable for shoe sizes
750 pairs, size sy, suitable for shoe sizes
900 pairs, size 6t suitable for shoe sizes
2400 pairs, size 6, suitable for shoe sizes
3450 pairs, size 7, suitable for shoe sizes
4950 pairs, size jl4, suitable for shoe sizes
3150 pairs, size 8, suitable for shoe sizes
size ;-, suitable for shoe sizes
size 9, suitable for shoe sizes
size ok', suitable for shoe sizes
4, 5. 5
6. 6tf, 7
71, 8, . 8tf
9. , 9T, 10
10, 11, 11
12, 124, 13
13K. 1. i
2, 2, 3
3, 4, 412
5, y, 6
pavement: countermarch to Church, to
Klghth avenue, to River street, to Dun
dart street crossing; countermarch to
Salem avenue, to Main street, down
Main to Eighth avenue, and counter
march to city building and dlsper.se.
Parade will move In no less than col
umn of fours. Parade will start at lo
a. m. sharp.
Harry Kerins, Orand Marshal.
The local pastors, who were Invited
to join In the celebration of John Mitch
ell day, met yesterday forenoon, and in
accepting tho Invitation, addressed the
following communication to the United
Carbondale, Pa., Oct. 1'S, 1902.
United Mine Workers:
Dear Sirs: We thank you cordially
for your courteous invitation to ride in
the procession tomorrow, John Mitchell
day. AVe are glad with you that your
differences with the operators have
been referred to arbitration, tomorrow
also being a celebration of winning tho
demand for sueh reference made from
the beginning of the union. We con
gratulate you thnt In our city there has
been little violence in comparison with
what has occurred elsewhere. Wu wish
to seo all honest workmen receive good
We iiec.ept your kindly Invitation in
order that ivo tuny attest our Interest
In the welfare of laboring men. Rut,
lest our presence bo misconstrued, wo
desire to put on record our dlsannrovni
of the intimidation, bloodshed and boy-
WHY STAY PALE.
eottllic which htivit tiviii.,i n.o ,...
Up Main street to Relmont, to end of i or the strike. As servants of nod, who
Mini, -anou (wine not uiii," we must re
fuso to seem to condone i operator or
workman violation of the divine law,
or Infringement upon the sacred rights
of "life, liberty and the pursuit of hap.
plness," which our country stands for,
We bellovo the right or Individual con
tract Is of sueh colossal importance
tlmt the welfare of our country depends
upon It. Yours sincerely,
A. P. Chaffee, Charles Lee, R, A. Saw
yer, II. J. Whnlen.
is, from Mr. O'Hare's point of view.
According to the speaker, we cannot
say "My Country 'Tin of Thee." until
we have another bonfire such as was
kindled In the revolutionary war to
destroy the charter rights of King
George. The new bonfire, which will
be a bigger one, will destroy the char
ter rights banded down through all the
ages and now held by Morgan. Rock
feller, el. al. We might also chant the
song or lrecciom when every man Is
allowed to labor in "God's Workshop
and Xot In the Factory of .Morgan."
According to Mr. O'Hare under pies
ent economic conditions we are all
slaves. The man who controls the
means that provide the necessities of
life, likewise owns the souls of those
who work for him.
.Socialism, he warmly recommended,
and with a good deal of fervor, Is the
crackajack remedy for all these Ills
and evils and he declared the move
ment to be the greatest religious, noll-
tlcal and economic ever conceived and
Mr. O'Hare frankly admitted he was
a radical, a fact that was nuite patent
and clear without directing 'one's at
tention to it.,
Mr. Klaytou gave a conservative talk
which clearly presented the arguments
of Socialism. .
5 TOTAL 18,000 PAIRS AT 5 CENTS A PAIR,
j They have double knees and spliced heels, toes, and
5 soles. They come in two styles of rib, fine and medium,
J the finer rib is more of a girls' stocking, the wider rib
J more for boys' wear.
v Both are equal in value to any 2lzz stocking you
Q have ever bought.
Jj In fact they are regular T2Ac goods, perfect in every
H respect, fresh from the mill, fast black, of course.
g Don't ask us how we, got them to sell at this ridicu-
g lous price, that's our secret. It is the greatest hosiery
5fi bargain ever offered by any store in America.
J5 You will notice in the assortment of sizes a
It derance of sizes 6L 7, 72 and 8, the sizes most
g mand for school children.
P ' Connolly & Wallace never offer paltry lots in their
U bargain sales, you know that by experience. There is al
Jj ways enough for all comers, and there' is no limit on the
J quantity you may buy. None sold to dealers, however.
Charitable Institutions and Homes for Children
J should avail themselves of this offer.
123-1 25-12M29 Washington Ave.
j Anthracite ia Susquehanna,
The Susouehanna, Transcript describes
Us follows tho transit of the first train
of anthracite through the town of hills
after the coal strike:
"Flfty-seven cars of. unthraclu coal,
thfe first to pass over- tha Jeffei-60it dl
Xlb'au since the ending pt Ihe hiluers'
A pity to sec pale girls stay
pale and dull when it is so easy
to get Scott's Emulsion.
One of the best things
Scott's Emulsion does is to
give rich blood to pale girls.
The result of regular doses
of Scott's-Emulsion is an in
crease not only in the red
color of the blood and in the
appetite but in the good looks
and bright manners which
are the real charm of per
StuJ fr Ftct Sj!.
SCOTT k BO WNIIj Cheaisu, 409 Purl St t N, Y,
SOME PEPPERY TAXK,
Radical SoclalisLSpeaker from Kan
sas SaysT'ait Things,
if there Is anything; to boast of In
the distinction of being" the most redloul
speaker ever heard In Carbondale on
Socialism, then Frank I. O'Hare, of
Kansas City, Mo., can enjoy this ills.
Mr. O'Hure was ut the Academy of
Jluslo last night sharing the platform
with J, w, Slaton, of Mew Castle,
Socialist candldato for governor ot
Pennsylvania. J, Pierpont Morgan,
John D. Rocbfeller, President Baer, of
tho Reading railroad, were put on the
rack and given a flaying for their aU
tempted pivnership of the earth, that
Bill Frnna Greets Carbondallans.
William F. Frans!, of Scranton, famil
iarly known to a legion of close friends
as Rill Franz, was In Carbondale yes
terday in tho Interest of bis candidacy
tor county commissioner, on an Inde
Mr. Franz has enjoyed the watm
friendship of a host of Carbondallans
for years, and everywhere yesterday he
was received with cordial greetings and
kind words of encouragement.
the barber, and
James Loughlln spent Monday lu Mu ft.
son's woods, beyond Farvlew. In search
of game. The winged trophies were
xearee, but the day was not without
results, as they killed a raccoon,
The following Is ti list of letters re
maining In the Carbondale, Pu post
oilice, October 20, 1002, for persons un
known: Rev, C, 13. cartwrlght, Ci, w.
Cramer, Jim Cramer, Levi Gleason,
Philander Hathaway, R. G. Huston,
Jermyn lllectrlo Light, Heat and Power
company, Dr, T, J. I.umb, Peter Mc
Kune, John Regan, Gus B. West, Ada
Dean, Miss Jennie Uurnhart, Miss Mag.
gle Dunn, Miss Bridget Cain, MUs
Flortu, Miss Bvelyn Huston, Miss Katie
Stephens, Miss. Mamie Taylor, Mis
Mary Farreli, Mrs. George Kearney;
foreign, Paull Sterson.
J. II. Thomas, Postmaster.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wedden Humph
rey returned Monday night from their
honeymoon, and are now 11 1 home nt
the Humphrey residence, lOSSaleni ave
nue. A large number of frlunds niiii'f
up a welcoming party to greet them at
the Delaware and Hudson station 011
Prohibition candidates for county
commissioners George V. nie.uecker,
Newton and Goiuer D. Iteepe, Hcranton.
Cashier H. A. Judwln, of tho Flint
National bank, has returned from n
business trip to Chicago, In connection
with the Automatic Telephone com
pany, In which lie Is Interested nnun
Miss Blltt Spencer, of Ann Arbor,
Mich,, Ulster of C, B, Spencer, who has
many friends In Carbondale, acquired
on her visits here, was compelled to
undergo nu operation, after an attack
of appendicitis, a few days ago. It will
be .reassuring to her friends to lenrn
that she Is out of danger and on the
road to recovery, Mr. and .Mrs. C B,
Spencer left for Ann Arbor this week-.
John Moran, of Carbondale, who has
been employed In the shops here during
the strike, will leave here tonight. Oood
luck to him "down In tho mines!"
James Boylan, of Pike street, em
ployed us driver at the Curboiidalo
branch of Clarke Uros., has been trans,
ferred to the Scranton store, and given
u better position lu the meat depart,
Mrs, Harriet lluyiior, of Lincoln ave
nue, left yesterday to visit friends at
Norwich. N. V.
Vote for John U. Jordan, Republican
candidate for state senator.
Among those who attended the
funeral of the late Miss Jean Hunter
were Thomas Hunter and wife, of Jer.
myn; Dr. and .Mrs. William Van Dot-en,
Miss Gerblg, Mrs. James Nlcol mid Mrs.
Hrueo Nlcol, of Archbald.
Reduced Rates to Now Orleans and
Return Via Southern Railway.
On account of tho meeting of Amer
ican Hankers association, New Orlennf,
l.ii., Nov. llth-Uith, 1002, the .Southern
railway will sell round trip tickets from
Washington, D, C, to New Orleans, l.ii,
on Nov, Sth, nth and 10th at rate of
one rare, viz, $27,50; final limit 10 days
from date of sale, except by depositing
tickets with Joint agent, New Orleans
on or before Nov. IStli, und payment
of fee of llt'ty cents, tickets can be ex
tended until Nov, 20th, 1002.
Unto from Philadelphia $32.s.,. Cor
responding!) low rates from other
The Southern railway operates three
through trains dally with Pullman
drawing-room sleeping cars from New
York, Philadelphia and Washington to
New Orleans without change; dining
car service on all through trains,
Charles h. Hopkins, D. P. A. Southern
rnllway, S2S Chestnut street, Philadel
phia will furnish nil Information,
Lakewood which Is replete with Infoc"
mation, und It's yours for the asking.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative nroino-Qululiie Tablets.
This signature jzmt it on
every box, 23c,
Theie's No Place More Homelike.
Lakewood the fashionable Lakewood
the glorious, Is tho one resort to which
tho resort er now turns for a period of
enjoyment, and such enjoyment in
cludes every known sport.
Lakewood's drives, than which there
are none better, attract a gay throng
and traps of every kind uro in constant
use. The hunt attracts many, llkewlso
cycling and polo, but when one iluds
such delightful, yes wonderful links us
Lakewood possesses. 0110 little wonders
that golf Is the popular game. Another
feature of piomlnenco is its hotels, hos
ieries commodious, grand or rather
palatial, where one's.welfare is the llrst
and foremost consideration. These
iiul!l!cut!oiiB, Including u mn?t mar
velous atmosphere, Imvo made Lake
wood famous the world over. This re
sort Is reached only via tho New Jersey
Central, and Its passenger department
in New York lias Issued a booklet on
S32.S5 to New Orleans, Ii., and Re
turn via tho Lehigh Valley Rail
road November 8, 0 nnd 10.
On account of American Bankers' as
sociation convention nt New Orleans,
La November 11-13, the Lehigh Val
ley railroad will sell special tickets nt
$32.83 for tho round trip, good going
November Sth, flth and 10th, limited to
return to It days. Including date of
bale. Bxtenslon of return limits to
November SOth can be obtained by de
positing ticket with Joint agent at New
Orleans on or before November ISth,
and payment ot .'0 conts. Tickets good
on all trains except the Hlack Diamond
express. See ticket agents for further
.TKKMYX MAY FIELD.
An exciting runaway accident occurred
hero between 6 and 7 o'clock last CVCI1I113,
A team belonging lo Hardware Merchant
Bagan had been left on tho hill at May.
Held In temporary chargu of a boy, whlla
tho dilver was delivering sonio goods,
Tho boy got off the wagon and the team
started off and ciinui through to Jermyn
at terrlllo speed. When they reached tho
loot of the hill 111 iront or the. silk mill
they liec.-jnio Martlcd by the approach of
a street car with 11 hillllant headlight, and
turning ntilikly il.ished lu front of tho
cur, with which they collided. Tho forea
of the collision knocked the wagon back
ward about ten feet. The cur was slopped
and It was found that one horse was
seilously Injured. Tho Injured animal
was removed to Its stable, and upon e.s.
amliiutlon was found to ho Injured about
the head and back. Tho other horse was
110110 ihe Noire for Its experience.
Miss Hertha Russell, of MoohIc, is vis
iting lelatlves lu town.
.Miss Miirgiu-ct Heady, of Caihondala.
wns the guest of Miss Aniiio Gavin, ot
Second street, yesterday
Miss Stella Matthews, of Liueine, and
Ouilleld JackMin, ot Harvey's Lake, are
tho guests or Dr. and Mrs. llryon H.
Jackson, of Maylleld.
Vote Tor John 11. Jordan, Republican
candldato for stute senator.
Miss Mary Spcttlguv. of Cemetery
street, has been confined to hor homo
with silkness for the oust week.'