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THE EONESDAUE CITIZEN : THTJBSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1908.
CENT A WORD COLUMN.
LOST On TMdmy evening a tUU'i shoe.
tinl warn hhl MtnjCWlte-ri between (rn
-,: m RlHfll ilia and ltt
tt.. Ilsoeadale. fiader pleas law 1
GIRL WANTED at tbe VOIOT H0LE
Main Urrt, Uote!ale.
LOST lo or ou HoidiK on "undav,
Anc letb. a Csrtr ndale lopttal Ctatt I "in.
Ilndrt am pic leave II ai miliiu"
FViM!! r A Mnd hand tibaelon.tnrood
rcttditiv . Iixiuire l No. 307 nri-mtb
WALL PAPFJL larders and artittle dec-
oral toot, lo tml variety, an I 01 me mitt
pailetns Paintits; and pajpr hinring ti
the ll style. JOHN OMIKT. 1 Dy
Terras: 1.50 per year io advance
Entered at tbe Honeadale. PsPott OElce
as ieconi rwi mall mailer.
FeruLtl and ImperaocaJ-
Negotiations have been complete!
for Ibe sale of The Cmict to a eyndi
cato o prominent ICcpublicans, and Ibe
"chance of management will take place
as toon t the nccwary arrangements
can be completed for the issue of tbe
paper etmi-weekly, which will be Kmc
lime Murine rbc present month.
Header of The Cmzcc, does roar
copy hire a penny stamp attached I ll
bo, it denote that you are in arrears
for a year cr more. Kindly remit bal
ance due, and then the postal law wilt
permit ui to emit the stamp.
Toe llonieJala public echovia wil.
open for the fall and wioter term, dczi
Monday. skpt. 1Kb.
A. T&f: Club wag organized at the
Allen House. last FriJay evening, witt
tbe following; oOicers:
& Milton Salmon, President; Carl
l'riifch. Vice President; E. II. Callaway.
Secretary, and J. ld.-i.bain Itobiusou
There were8erenlidirc by prom
inent Republicans. M E Simons. J. II.
Robinson and O. P. Ki were appointed
delegates to tbe State League convention
to be held in VYilkesBarrc, Sept. ICth tc
the lS.h, inclueivr. About fifty mem
bers were enrolled. Rooms bare beeu
secured in the Allen Uouse annex. A
good attendance ia expected to morrow.
Friday evening, when important busi
ness is to bo transacted, followed by a
.smoker and brief addressee.
The re-union of Ibe employ eee of tht
old Peon's and Delaware and (Iudon
O rarity It inroads was held in Luna
Park. Scranton. tut Saturday, with at.
Unusually large attendance. Dr. T. C
Fitxtimmons, of Carboodale, malo the
principal address. A committee was ap
pointed to write op a history of both
roads, to be ready for the next re-union.
Toe following arc tbe officers for tbr
President, A C. Bnyder: Vice Presi
dents, Pierce Uutler and George W. B
Allen: Secretary, C. P. Savage; Execu
tire Committee. D. A. Diltc, P. J. Foster
and F. A. Wonnacolt, of Carbocdale;
W. D. Brydcn and William Correll, 01
Dunmorc, and Albert Bhiffer, of Lake
At tbe 31st annual encampment of
tbe soldiers and sailors of Bradford
county, recently held atTowand-t, sixty
Ore different Unun regiments and bat
teries were represented, loglber with
a portion of tho navy. Trie soldiers
ssrred in reirans froua l'oansylva
nia. New York, Nor J.-ra.-y, Ooo and
Illinois, bj'idai iii 033 iifin.rr regi
ment aad end battery of ib regular
army. Tn" I irgest represent ition ws
that of thD 1 II it Pi. .11 la uvea ol
the rnmi rpr--?n -i. tTr- ,vri
comp. i from V ivu -to 0 1 Pi
Boscrvj, 21 Pa. Uivy Artill-rr. 31
Pa. IIeiyA'tillery.bl hPa.lllUPa..
17th Pa. Cavalry, ani W.h N. Y Eo!
nccrs. The aldresi of welcome was
delivered by R:v. il G lllair, of Co. G,
H9lh Pd who wn formerly known io
Wayno m a U:tholi: miniitcr Tbe
subjx;; c! S:Ui pea?iois wis discussed
an J the following reKlutiona were
unanimously iiiiptil vie:
"The comrades of the Bradford County
Soldiers' and Sailors' Encampment nt
our ccnur.l mecucg, Aug. 13 and 11
having leamc-i that the Depart
ment of Pennsyltuaia at its encamp
ment held at Erie, Pa., recently pined
a resolution recommending tun a com
mittee tw appointed for tbe purpose ot
formulitini; a bid for the pensioning of
Pennsylvania soldiers in tbo civil war.
to bo presented at mo next regular ses
sion ot tbo L'gtslituroof Puunsflvama.
nod ihatthex'imagbnll btvotbosinctiop
and npprovil of tbe Pennsylvania De
partment. Grand Army of the Republic;
mereror, be it
"Ilemltvd, Tnat we heartily com
mend ibis action as a incisure that de
serves tbe stcction of every veteran of
tbo civil war. und we fully indorse and
urgo ru;h nc'.io 1 hs will secure this most
Tbnorgauizitionof a county veterans'
ajsciatija in Wayne, to movt ooca a
year, has fnquently osen suggested of
late year.), aad tho plan will probably
take form at no distant day. Tneronre
veterans caougti still living in our
county to form u very rcspectablo body.
Tbe l.'l.b annual re-union of Co. B,
3 Penu'a Iiodcrves, which was recruit
ed in Way do couotr, was held at Like
Ariel, Aug.SDtb, tbe following survivors
Sergeant LAslcr T. Adams, Sterling;
Jiubbard, K ir H m G. Moor-
'oit u ru. J H'iid iMnmore
C . .ell. V'.lC 1 r- Joseph
rnou, . ' . ' Gravity;
Frctfliog IU-. -i hi. v.-orew lirooke,
Boldierd' Kuliouui i.tu . n
A bountiful repast was served, after
which tbe veterans adjourned to the M.
E- church, and listenod to an address by
Rov. Samuel B. Murray. Tbo next re
union will bo held at Lake Ariel, Aug.
27, lOoO. Tbo officers for tbo coming
year are as follows :
L T. A-iamt, President; V Brundige
and C. W ilubbird, Vice Presidents;
Wm. J. Unnd, Secretary, and William
G, Moore, Assistant Secretary and Trcas
Kjreral weddings are scheduled to
take place in Iloneedalo at an early
A t" Voigt, the borough collector,
Is now ready to rcccivo taxes. All taxes,
paid on or beforo Siturday, Sept. 20lb,
aro entitled to a reduction of five per
Captain Warren G. Mooro Post, No.
3S3, G. A. II, will bold a public memo
rial service for tbe deceased wives of
comrades in tbo M. E church, at Ster
ling, September J2th, at 1:30 e. h. The
church choir will furnleb tbo music
Addresses will be given by lier. Edward
McMillan, J, 11. Ibycoand others.
"Babes in Toy land" was given at
The Lyric on Wedoeedav evening of
last week, after Tnr Crnzzs had gone '
to prect, so tnt ibero was no opportu
nity to express an opinion as to the mer
its ot the performance in our last Issue.
The pi y is well termed an extravaganza,
but as a "musical"' entertainment, it
was. as rendered here, somewhat ot a
disappointment, and suffered by com
parison with other shows of a similar
character with whi:h we have beea fa
vored. "The Time, The Place and Tfce
Girt," for instance. Neither the ecores
ot young ladies, nor tbe complement of
young men in tbe cast appear to bare
been eelecicd with much more care as to
their faces and forms than their voice.
They were nimble-footed, however, and
were often grouped in well-arranged
and effective tableaux. 1 be m rch and
dances o! the living dolls wr quaint
and pleasing, and constituted th most
satisfactory part of the p;rformoe?.
For the res: it is to bs sail tnii the or
chestral music was gool, the tasteful
costuming better, and the elaborate
scenery beet. It mi b; thought hardiy
fiirto jadge'Toe Babes in Toyland"
by thrir first performance for the sea
son, and donbilcH much improvement
will corns with more exprieaco aal
rester familiarity with tbe music aid
situations ot tb:ir parts; bat there are
nosiKh catchy airs in the operetta
ave ' Pinaforj" and "Toe ilikido" nni
other comic operas their popalanty.
raetheitre was Gllel to its cipaci.y.
Mil the largo aulieae; ws pat in coi
tal humor for the fall cojoymeo of tn
p!y by the tro' of a niw Iropctriaio.
repUein j the original nuhlm ire entitled
The Sin?." The new drop is pre;y
new of ' Liks at Vill' d' Arville." aal
wageitd with a h:ir;y roaad of np
pUasi whja tas Qrjcirtita wa: up.
Tbe city clerk o! Wet Caec'.cr. Pa.
roocived a mtrrisge lent tbrouch the
miil, Aug. 31st, which hi Uul issuk! 10
a resident o: that place ltilij-. Trc
pp;r asi'idorn d across the fxce: "lie-
turned, bcviee I got out ot ttie tictiou."
Tbe purse for tbo races, at tbe com
log fair, have all bxn incrasod nnl
will prove highly ut'.ra:tne tnborso
men. Tbe triuli of H-cd laze place in
tbe afternoons lI the lat three diys of
Toe older a man grows tbo mo.-o
funerals he bu) to attend and tbe fenrr
t'Jding invitatnns reach bim.
Tne grave ot .lohn Rapp. in the
ct metery at Numidi 1, Co!umbif count) .
was opened Sept. 2d, snu penrch for
papers. Duriel with his body in
ts made. At Iba time t his inter
ment it wes customary to inter the birtb
an 1 baptismal ccrtificaUs with tbe bod).
Tliey were found in a fair etate t-f pre
er'ation and ehow that be was yeir?
ol 1 when be died, and was tbo ou of
G -orgs Rupp. who, his dcsc?iiduit
im, was tbo direct heir 10 o large c
tu.e in Germany. A dtligtnt earch for
tt. heirs has been made for eevera.
The directors of the Jewieh ceme
tery are negotiating with the oth:ial3 0f
it.rerdalt: cemetery for the purchase of
plot cf ground directly north ct tic
present location, for an addition to Ike
Jeish cemetery, an action rendered
ni cessary by tbo rapid filling up the lat
There was a large attendance ct iLe
golt club bouse, on Monday afternoon.
fully one hundred partbkiegof a deli
cious supper on the south porch. The
flowers facing tbe porches are very et-
troctive, and show excellent taste in
Olypbant is celebrating its .b. an
niversary, this week, ia grand style.
Coil mining Wbs begun in Iba town in
1nV. when Rev. Abel Barker. E1 ward
Jouee and Lewis Pugb opened a coal
Inft. Mr. Barker wr, for years a rtei-
d.nt of lioncedale. The fire depaitment
of our borough go over to day to tuut
in tbo celebration. Oaeot Ibceurreror?
who laid out tbe town in !.?, was Pat
rick MCab;, ot Ilonesdale.
Tbire was sold on Wednesday, the
rc.l i-etate cn Industry Point, compris
ing u lot and building (hereon, belong
10 to Canivan fc Charles a-orth, and
u?-d and occupied by theni fir eev-t-r.il
years as a machine shop. EJward
G. Jenkins has bought the machine 6hop
aul will contiuue the buinerP.
Tbo recent cncampmciit of the First
ii-gimeatol tbe Junior U.-der O. U. A.
M , i Liko L'-dnre. was a highly huc-
Ciisful affair, from n tlninciol stand-
pjiat, as it netted tho command eurHci
ent to pay off a dobt ot and leave
a balaoce io Ihi treasury.
Pitcher Willie Dougher.of tbo Arch
bald team, haviug met with adistbling
accident, severs! games scheduled with
hioi in tbe box bavo necessarily been
Tne re union of tho survivors of the
HUt Penn'a Volunteers was held at
Wyaluuiog, Ira If 3rd county, August
JC h. Co. G, of this regiment, was re
cruited iu oyco eountr. Tbero were
"C survivors of the regiment in attend
utice, and tho deaths tbo past year num
b-red leaving 33. still living. The
officers for tbo comtag year arc as fol
io s :
Georc) W. Kilmer. President; D.J.
Sn-oel, Vice President , It sw. David Craft,
Sjretary, and John A. Allen, Trens
tirer. Tbe Freemen management will open
n new "Moving Picture Show" in tho
rooms formerly occupied by "Dream
lid." Main street, on S iturday evening
xt. The) haveniimid it"ThoNict-
tlette. and allhoupn under tbo same
111 inngement it will b an en'ircly dis
tinct entertainment from "The Tbcalo
rtum," which will be continued as usual.
cxcrplicg tbat both e hows will be open
every week-day night, at u regular ad
mission price ot flvo cents. Each show
will have three separalo sets of pictures
a week, and there will be no exchange
of films between tho two.
-The Wayne county fair, to bo held
on Monday, Tuesday, WeJnosday and
Thursday, Sept :'-. W;h mid .'tuth, and
Ojt. 1st, is to be made more successful
than any 01 tbo lu bold in provioue
years, it tbe officers and board of direc
tors can accomplish it. Lot every far
mer and manuficitircr put his shoulder
titbo wheel aud assist tbcai iu tho cf
Tbo Iloneedalo electric street lumps
aro now allowed to burn all night.
Many of tho owners ot cottages at
Lako Ariel, occupying tbem only dur
ing tho summer, have returned to their
permanent residences in borauton.
Address E. W. Q inimcll, Secretary
ot tbo Wayno Co'inty Agricultural So
ciety, llooosialo. Ph., und obtain tbe
fair book for I'M.
Fletcher W. Baooell, collector for
the A. Bartunc Brewery branch of the
Pennsylvania Central Brewing Co., met
with quite a serious accident yesterday.
Lwiving hereon the morning Erie traio,
in ccmpiny with ex-trtasnrcr Wm. J.
Ferber, on a business trip to Pike Co.,
tbey hired a rig at Rowland and went
out to Grteley. Iiaviog transacted their
basin ess at that point, tbey were on tbe
way to Lsckawaxen. when, on going
down a steep bill a hold-back broke snd
tbe wgoa running against the horse,
the animal began to plunge and rear.
Mr. Ferber jumped out. but before be
could reach the horse's head, Mr. Bun
nell had reined him against a bank at
th: side ot the road and both bone and
carriage werecapsixed, Mr. Bunnell un
fortunately falling under the horse and
sustaining a fracture ot one of the bones
1 f his lower right leg just above the an
kle. Tbe mishap occurred about one
o'clock, and very fortunately a friend of
the injured man happened along with a
two-seated carriage, and took Mr. Bun
cell to LackawaxeD, Mr. Ferber follow
ing with their rig, the wagon being con
siderably demoralized. Dr. Shannon,
ot Lockawaxcn, was summoned, and
gave the broken limb necessary atten
tion, aod Mrs. Bunnell, who bad been
&p rised by telephone ot the accident,
irent down on the afternoon train and
carte home with her husband in the
evening. Although his leg was in a
plaster cast, he managed to hobble from
tbe train to his carriage, with the aid of
a crutch and a helping arm, aud went
to bis borne cn Bunnell Hill in good
spirits. We shall hope to see him about
igain before many days.
"The Three of Us," tbe great Amer
i.d play, which Lad a record creaking
record run of over 3 nights at the
Madison Square theatre. New York,
was written by Rachel Crotbers. and
ihi season is bei?g presented by t'abn
A Treadwell. Mies Janet Waldorf, who
is the star, and the play, have been ocr
of tbe truly great successes in New York
t'h.cago, Boston aud on tour "Tbe Thret
o! which had n continued run a:
Mhdisou trqunre theatre, drew rrowdec
bouses eviry performance. In "Th"
Three of Us"' the masterly band of thi
piny w right is probably more plainly
ehown thai: iu anything else that hat
come from her pen. Of Miss Waldon
as a star, much can be said as she it
cell known to every part of the globe
and been tngiiged as tbe star in "Tbe
Eternal City." In tbe role of Rhy Mac
Catency in tbe "The Throe of Us," Miss
Wuldorf has a character tbat is mere
nckrly fitted to ber temperament anc
abi'ity than any other in which she ha
Ibu j far been seen. As to the compan)
which is eupportu-g lliss Waldorf, it it
vet safe to say that a more consistent
ly rood cast would bo bard to imagine
The Three of Us" will be at the Lyric,
'.loaesdalc, on Monday, Sept. lf.b.
"The Babes in Toyland" went frcm
Ilonesdale to Pulsion, where a perform--me:
was given on Thursday night. O
Kri lay morning as the Company war
leaving tbe city ore ot tbe girls me'
iii a thrilling escape from comiog it
on'act with tbe third rail of the Laure
Ltnc It was about S o'clock when Ql
teen or more of the young ladies with
vali tea in their hands ran up the Market
street hill to catch a car which wae
aboit to pull out from tbn depot. Oni
of tbem, in ber anxiety to get aboaid
started up between tbe fence and tbt
third rail. There is only a space of about
two feet between tbe fence separation
tbe two tracks and tbe third rail. Tb
.tirl, however, koew nothing ot the dan
4?r. and when twenty or more voice
ran out, "Look out for the third rail!'
her companions began to shriek. The
,oung acticss became excited, and was
aboit to eit on the rail when an em
ploy ce of tbe Laurel Line jumped acroes
tbe track and seizing ber by tbe eboul
der- commanded ber to stand perfectly
s ill After Ibe excitement hai subsid
ed c-nd the girl had regained her com
ps ire, the ycung man who went to her
rcscoe told her to be careful and step
high in crossing the third rail. Actresses,
as a rule, are capable ot stepping high,
and this young lady, under tbo trying
circumstances, was no excepttoa to tbe
geu.Tdl rule. According to an onlooker,
sho stepped high, very high, with tbe
result that she cleared tbe rail and es
AlbcrtG Ilollistcr, of Salem town,
ship, obtained on Monday ot last week
from Judge Carpeater, in Scr anton, a
rule for an inj unction to restrain the
E'l" and Wyomi eg Valley Railroad Co
fr 1111 tilling their water tanks at Wim.
ini j and Saco from tbo Wallcnpaupack
Cnvk. The rulo was made returnable
o 1 Friday morning last. Mr. liollieter
111 his bill ot complaint states that fur
!i!eaty years bis fumily have maintain-
el(. grist mill on tbe premises wiiero he
reside, and that tho power tor the mill
is supplied by water from the Walk-u
p t'joaek stream which runs through bis
'. Uo says the water tanks ot the
.i- l ndaut company have a capacity of
r.i ,' ' gallons each, and that they have
O'-.o tilled with water taken from tho
in urn with tbo result that the flow ol
wiit.;r baa diminished to such an extent
us to render tbo working of the mill ut
Oao of Dunkelborg's meat wagons
caaio considerably to griet on Maiu et ,
,1 Tib, on Saturday moruing last. The
ig as in charge tf Raymond Humbly,
and was passing down in front of Dili
h's, when tho breaking of nemull bolt
a'l j vr-d one idi- of tho thills to f.ll and
-i-nteii thehorn. which bolted, capsiz
11 the wuiian and throwing out tho boy
Tn' einvus top was left 111 frouiot Men-
r ,t Co. 'a, nud thu horso with the bal
ance ot tbe turnout was stopped in front
of tho Wall's building. Tbo boy sras
o ily slightly bruised, and tho damage
to tho wagon was not great.
D. Joseph Kalbfus, of llarruburg.
Secretary aul Chief Game Protector of
tho board of Game Commissioners, say s
gam is moro plentiful in Pennsylvania
lhan foi years pat. Pheasauts, quail
and deer aro numerous, but he reminds
hunters they must not shoot a deer with
A few years ago a bushel ot "Wayne
county peaches" was almost an object
01 acrtsioa. ino fruit ai tho best might
bo utilized for "pickling," but beyond
that was regarded as practically worth
less. In view of this fact tbo report
from Tberon Latouretto's Lebanoo farm,
this year, is something remarkable tie
has already marketed 350 baskets ot
choice early peaches, and has L'.uoo bas
kets of tbo later variety now ready for
sale. It is duo William Kimble, ot ty
berry, to say tbat Mr, Latouretto's or
chard consists wholly of trees purchased
through bis agency.
C W. Ball. Fq , ot MUford. to In town,
last week, on legal business.
Uin Marie Seaman, ot Carboodale. was
recently entertained by Honeadale rela
tive. Mr. and Mr. A. B. Keye. et Ariel, were
entertained by Usoeadala relative the first
ot tbe week.
Mm Marie Seaman, ot Boruton, wa tbe
front 'or everal day last week, ot Hone-
J. B. Kirbr, formerly ot Carbondale. Is
psMing the summer and tall very pleuantly
Give KreitD'r, of Weft street, ha been
tbe gurtt ot Ilarrtel Barton, of Scraston,
tor several daj.
Mr, n. Wilson is visiting nr. and Mr.
M. W. John, ot Utica, ft. T. Mr. Johns Is
a niece ot Mr. Wilson.
Iter. W. II. miler will officiate In tbe
Cherry Kidge M. E. church, next Sundar
afternoon, at 2 JO o'clock.
Herbert McOormlck and family, ot feck-
Title, who pawed tbe rammer In Waymart,
returned borne last week.
Rev. W. n. Oilier will take for his text.
next Sanday morning. "Heredity," and in
tbe evening "Environment.'
John Blefier, of North Main street, is tn
an exceedingly critical condition, and not
expected to rarvive manv dav.
041m E. Louise Lee ba resumed her
dutit a instructor of French ana G erman,
in the CaUklll, N. TM bigb schooL
Mrs. C J. Dibble and three children, ot
Wood Avenue, passed part of last week at
East Windsor. N'. T.. with relative.
Mrs. P. K. CoUum and daughter, Mlat
Martha, were gueet of Kev. and Mrs. J. P.
Craae, at Nineveh, N. T., last week.
T. J. Davis and J. M. Kelly, prominent
lawyer of Montro, were professionally
encaged in Uoneedale, a few days ago.
Conductor Geo. W. Knapp and ramilj.
ot East Honesdale, left for their new home
at Hornell, N. 1.. but Monday morning.
Mr. and Mr. Wm. H. Taylor and ton.
Dolpb, of Scraclon, will pass the coming
two weeat at tbe Preston Park club bouse
Henry 7 ituieell, who ws so badly in
jured a lew weeks ago. Is Improving, now
twmr able to sit on his porch for abort pe-
Mm Edna llauenttein, ot Clinton, bat
et-und a position a teacher in a etbool at
lil-nwood. N. JM and h entered upon her
John II. Weston If entertaining manr
friends at hit handsome bungalow, at For-
et Lake, conveying them to and from tbe
lake in bit auto.
Iter. Iltrrj- L. Renville, pastor of tbe M.
K.burrb,ofgoulb Cantan, conducted ser-
ri.-Sn tbe M. K. church, of Peckville. lait
Mr. and Mr. Ivor Davit and daughter.
(race, of Scianton, regiitered at "Tbe Gil-
i let," LakeComo. last Priday, to remain
sume two week.
Mrs. IL M. Bonner and daughter. Ileoa,
j Scrmnton. returned borne last Saturday,
from a pleassnt visit with Hontwdils rela
tires and friends,
Mr. and Mif. John Doyle, ot Preeton,
ere the guests feverat days last week, of
h- latier't parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maiden
1-nnelt, of Clinton.
Iter. W. E. Lawton, of Damascus, de
erei two ex-elleat eermoat in the Bip-
ti-t cburt-ti, UH Sualay.an will bold -r-
ei aiin next Sun lay.
-O. U. Unman, of Carthage, N. V.. a
nr ither of the R-publican cindiddie fiir
5'i-ritl. M, Lee Braman, ws in town sev
eral Jaj lait week, at tbe emit ot tbe taller.
Misiet Genevieve Nolan and Anua
I, u-.hney, ot Scranton. have just returned
m a vacation of two weeks, passed at
utl delightful tummer resort. Like Co-no
Ererett V. dpettigue hat entered upon a
ui.ireot study in an Epitoopal inslitutlji.
tbs General Theological Seminar; of New
rk city, preparatory to entering the min
Tbe engagement ot Miss Fannie Km-
Iviebeek to Barnett Golden, both of Car-
tnudale. Is announced. Mr. Golden is tbe
Wfll -known optician, for a long time located
C K. Alpauch, of Califon. N. J., It an
eatentire dealer In huckleberne. He pur-
CiMcd in Monroe county, Pa., this season,
no lees than IS, 000 uuartf, for which he
found a ready sale.
Mrs. Curtit Oliver and daughter, ot For
es- City, have been the guests ot Honesdale
reiitives foranumberot days, and with Mr.
l irer attended the family re-union near
ia - big el in. Aug. Ktb.
Urt. Wm. U. Millipaugh and daughter,
R ah, of Port Jervlt. who were guestt at
ILe borne of her parents, Mr. and Mr. B, A.
smith, of West street, for several days, re-
lu ned home on Tuesday.
M r. J. N. C. Bader, of 13th street, who
wa. taken to tbe Slate hospital. Scranton.
U-t week, and submitted to an operation, is
miking good headway to restored health.
hi. 1 will soonrrelurnbome.
Joseph Cotgrove and family, ot White
atillt, who took up their abode In Catifor-
ul i, early in the year, have returned to their
nl I home, fully convinced tbat Waynecoun
1 it a pretty good place to live in.
-Henrjr W. Grambs, of Mandan, North
ll.kota, will past tbe coming week with
II luesdale relatives and friends. He if t
unlive of our borough, but wont West uiiay
years ago, where be achieved tuccest.
llezekiah Monk died in the Herkimer
Co., N. Y., poor boute. Sept, 3d, aged 65
yeirt and - months. He was born a to
t-liirge there, and had passed all of hit long
lile in that inttitution, making blm eatily
the ihanipion pauper of tbe United Slates
Burnham C. Pellet!, of Milton, Wltoon-
ei i'. is being entertained by relative, Hon,
I'. II. Hardenbergh and family. He was a
re-ulent of Pike county during the civil
wr, and enlisted in Co, B, l.Mtt Penn'a
Viiluoteert, Oct. IS, l-O.', aud watdischarged
July -T. lSl.
Rev. J. V. Moylan, of Nantlcoke, a for
mer astittaut rector ot Bu John's church,
llunesdale, celtlirated the twenly-nflh au-
mvertsryof nit ordination to the priesthood,
lst week, A temperance society of Provi
dence, Pa , pretented htm with a handtome
silver candelabrum In honor of tbe event.
ltev. H E. Davidson, ot Newtonville,
Matt., au evangelist well known In linnet
dale and Uawley, will beglu a seriet of un
ion tervice in tbe latter borough, commenc
ing on Sunday morning, Sept. 3lu. under
the autpicet uf the Preibyterian, lltptnt.
Mi-lhodi,t a-id German Lutheran thurchet
uf that tuHii.
Married, in Wsyiuarl, Wept. a. lOo', by
tlm Rev. W. K- Davit, piltor of I lie M. K.
tiiin-ti. Olitt Auua Kvdut, of Forest City, to
K lrd Lewis, of Carboniiale. They were
attended by Uiti Margaret Evans, a titter
of the bride, and George. Evant, of Foretl
City, Iheyareto make their home In the
Johu J, Simpson, ot Carbondale, and
well-known Iu llouesdale, while in Nor
wich, N. V., lait week, had hit right leg
brokeu while on au auto trip. He wat
cranking the machine, when the crank tluw
bii k with great force, ttrlking him on the
leg, with tbe above uuforlunate result. Hit
many friendt hope for hit tpeedy recovery.
IlmJiiulD Lsndlt. ot Uiddletowo, Dau
phin county, bad a little 110 with hit butt
girl thirty years ago, Ibe result beiug tbe
discarded him and married another man.
Hini-o that period be hat not spoken to a sin
glu Individual, Her hutband met a tudden
death In a railroad accident, over fifteen
years ago, and she still lives near the home
of ber early lover, but he .never speaks to
Major Edgar Jadwln.ot Culebra, Pana
ma, was the guettot bit parents, Hon. and
urt. U. C. Judwln, several days lait week,
He It connected with the engineering de
partment ot tbe U. s. army, engaged In ei
caviling for ths Panama canal. Major Jad-
win will return to the Isthmus October lutb.
John Fannon, ot Ilonesdale, a locomotive
euglneer, a brother of Mrs. Ma rtln Caufield,
Is alto engai-ed on tbe work.
' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ttrkes. of lUsl and
llth tueet, are curttt of Ml. and Mr. Loricg
R. Gale, of Iliverdalcon-lhe-Uuison, N. V.
Mim Cora Lee Snyder, daughter ot the
late Hon. Itaiah Snyder, ot llarrliburg. for
many year one of Uoneedale's mwt pro-
grewive mcrthnnt and fora term At.w.te,
Judge of this county, hat resigned her poi-) out-bitted the visitors 12 to 10. iion
tioo as advertising manager for the Hariir- lirjg pitched both games, and did his
bare real estate firm ct Miller Bros. & Baker.
and taken up special Journftlttt- wore, bar
ing been girea charge of the social aud per
sonal department of P.f 7'i ' ot that
city. Both the ra'.rii.; and 7V. r-ip'i pa't
In the highest terms ot Mil" boy Jer t ( j
flcaUont for ber new pMition, and Ler
Uoneedale frienlt will tw much plea-d to
hear of her promotion.
fireen-grocer A. A. Gratnb and hit
piscatorial friend, Dr. Kd. Ileichenhii'ker.
spent Labor Day at Laurel Like, in Dtmt
cus towntblp. We have often beard tales
ot these sportsmen's t iploits In tbe anglais
tine, and hare ui ually taken them with the
liberal allowance unlrerrallr ao-orded ' ti,b
sloriet. but this time actual oborratiou I
n.1, m (na.lmil Ikat Ih.r l.fnu-ht hnm
with them the finest b-ket ot tbe fiaay
tribe It haserer been our good fortune to
ea, that were caught in Wayne county
waters. The prize fish was a fire Kmnd
black bats, and the second premium mut
be given to a four-and-a-half-pounder. sup
plementing these were doz?nt weighing
from one to two pound, including 01 tooth
The marriage of Mitt Jantte Freyer to
Leon O. Ross, both ot Ilonesdale, took place
at the Preibyterian (htpel. this ThurMay
morning. September 10, li-. at v.3. Iter.
Dr. W. H. Swift. oSJi-iatlni. In tbe preene
of relatives and a few fntndtof the two
families. The bride wore a new. blue, nik
trareling suit, with hat and glores to msteh.
!he it a daughter ot Joteph S. Freyer. su
perintendent ot tbe Florence tilk mill ant
hat many friendt In Uawler and ilones
dale. Tbe groom i the only ton of Com-
miHionert' Clerk, George P. Itott and wife.
and he hold a retpontitle position m the
once ot the National Elerator and Mai hine
Works. After a trip to Albany, down lb
Hudton. and a ritit with relatives in van-
out places. Mr. and Mrs. Hi" will be at
home tn No. 4 of the Durland tirn-k Hit
Tbey recelred many valua hie and uttlu
Juit a little Cacareet i all tint 1' n-
suy logire your hiiiy when it cru-t atil
peeritu. I awatweel c-ot-lllll no opijle,.
nor harmfuldrug- and ihiUir re.-.i:niu-u 1
id by mothers ererowbeie. I'linloim
Ibe National Pule root ani Drus L-i
Sold by P hi L The Druccitt.
A Hew Fashion ia Mizzles
H, W. Ritchie, one of tbe New York
6nn etau writers, has j jt Ltiishrd hi.
lorluighi's vncnliua, wuicb nij hip
pened to be his honeymoon, in llonef
dale ; himself and talented wife, who i
tlso a writer ot merit, making many
friends during their stay nt tbe AUei
'louse. Mr. Ritchie Is a t ilitornian
and happened to be iu Siu Francisco m
he time of the big earthquake. Th
daily reports ot that catastrophe whit"
he furnished 77ie Nun attracted ra,-r u
mer. Hon at tbe time, and so thoroughly
convinced the proprietors of that lu-at-
inry ot bis merit, tbat he was invii.
0 come cast, and accept a p-rmin-r
sl-aS position. Mrs. Ritchie is au edttrcr
aud magazine writer, und as it bu
passed into a proverb that "oirdii of .
dathcrflo-k together,"it needs cx;i: i
vonder tbat tun happy rouplo mt ;
N'or is it surprising that they oh juta "
ect Honesdale as ihieceue of thi-ir 11
billing and cooing; but that the hot.ty
niooo, even at its full, shout i h ive h .
such a surprising rff-fctoa Mr. RitcLr-'
imagination as is evinced by ths fol'o -e
iag letter to his paper, is to n: dcplor d
It is the sincere hops of bis iljne-la
'riends that he has regaintd his mrutul
equilibrium by this time, emuc be b
once more basking ia Ibe Siiu'k light,
i-istcad of suffering from the bileful ef
feels ot Luna's rays, which Burton, ii
Ins Anatomy ot Melancholy says, "die
turbeth tbe braiu":
HoNkVDALE Penn'a. The county teat or
Wayne county aud all the iieighbonu j ter
ritory aa far out as satem Corners it all torn
up over tbe interpretation of the new dog
muzzling ordinauce which the utr father
01 liooeeaale put into effect on July .71.
Ilonesdale never had a doz uiuzzlmir oi.
dinauce enforced before aud the lulks about
here are undecided whether the new law I
contrary to the charter lawt of Wm. Penn,
the Conttltution of the L'nited States or in-
borough granlt of IIouedale at interpreted
tiy S'tuire Will Ham aud enfoiced by odayni
First place, tbe notlcet to citizjnt Ibal
were nailed up o-i the trees anJ telegrapn
poles around town by Chief of Police Jotui
J Cantran are ambiguous. The Hone- lale
I iTizaN tayt of tbem that "they are incou.
tequential olla poJndas of black tvne uud
uiuuk tente whuh convey uo warning aud
fall even to conform to tne laws ct ruhject.
pretiicaie aua oujeci
On lop of the notices in heavy Mat k typi
It the word 'DOOS." At a dietance one ree-
uoiniugeite, anj 1'at eoggiut. ol Cosiu- t
Cornert. who left bit readiug i:U-te at home
latt time he came to town. (mle,i to tee Hie
small line. "ouce to Owneit of, ovi r tbe
"It's not atign for me or any other lain
to read," eaid Pit "It's n tigu for dogt on
ly, and mart wnai u lr.
After tbe nail to dogt the nolu-e-i et forth
that cerlaiutecilout relating tnthe mtizzlitiir
of dogt and to he touud in Borough elnli
uauce No. 1 will lie enforced alter Julyd).
and will all clllZ-lltplea-t unite with Police
Chief Johu J. Canivan iu enforcing the luw.
Now the ordinauce disttuctly pelt forth
tbat during lue moniht ot July, Auu-iiun 1
September all owiiert ot dogt ttmll ieH tn it
that Ibeir dogt while at large than wear a
muzzle. Other minor provitiout have to do
with collait and llceute tags, hut ttie main
point It that. 10 quote the laiigtuge of the
ordinance, "all dogs at Urge shall wear a
lilt Ibal verb "wear" thill now jut the
cairn oi uouetiaie inioanrv uitpute. mt
ordinance tayt that dogt ttiull wear muz-
zlet, but 11 does nut tuy a word ulinul whele
iney tnaii wear mem. Jerry l.aU'iregau,
owner ot the well known hay anil feed tlure
of Seelyville, was the llrtl lo ditcorer tin-
Jerry came to llrint-tilale em- iIh) lavt
week w th hit eotuh ilo I'autv irttti ut- im.
der hit buggy. Paiisyhuin rowar uti 1 I'-
cellte lag and the wore a muzzle, l-h'-di
not wear the muzzle Oli-r Ii- I m I-. Iili: tut!
lootelr 10 ber collar und llitili.,, litlHeil
Ler fruul feet.
Chief Canivan tnutted I'antv am ttarteii
to gather her lu wueuJi ,rv inlerl, - I. Jei -
iv and the chief wrangle-, all r jm ,t,l
warn in iroui oi ine uiiuoii,h u i i nuaiiy
Ibvileciaea logo uelole Oiiuile e.lll nam
and hear the law.
Tbey found Ibe eiiulre panning a nv.
scene 1U hit tllltln in the count) t.itllt
houee, Laudregau laid hit enre lielole III
ejijutre tlrtt. Hai I h- -
"cuiei i univau lien- viarit in pun iny no.
auto lor not cuuluitiitiig with liuiiniu ui-
diuauce-so. 1. 1 tibie, I on Iwo grtmi.-It
llrtl. tllil tile It M re-lOi 111 ol .Seel) V He .111.1
not of llollt'Jale. HIM ti-i-ond. Illil p!ie li
conforming lo the oidinatice. ue i, u,-tt
lug a muzz.e. The unlitutu-e duet i, iii pi a
where the eliall wear il ; the might ar ,i
on her tail."
Suulre Ham laid atide bit nalette uii I imili
a luua ui i-auty ; tuu ceriaiui) Ha, ui .inn,
a muzzle. Then he looked up tin- tiiruiii:!
ordiuaiit-et aud ditcuvered thst .No. 1 .let iii-t
tay auythiug alioul the location uf iln- iuuz
zle. "L ntil we can get an opinion on lint iruru
the city aiiorue) t-anty ujiiiiiegan itH.tu
lu ber rigbit, said iheHijuire, aim in aii
a datll of tepiu to lile lOcUt ill Ihi lui
i-round uf hit nlt-lure.
Well, the newt uf 1'uutv bandit-gun's t-,t
cate tpieuii all inroiigii uoiiet'iaie hciuir
Ibe day watuver UUJ ai fillliiowu u,u nit-
dogs in town wore a huppy ttuile uul I Inn
muzziet aanguug uoui lueir I'uuart ai
Iblugt Hand uow Ihutity allot uey it plan
ulng to patt tbe uuettlon up to tin- euulli)
prottcutor. The proteculor tayt he it not
going to decide any such uioiueutuu ittue,
and that tbe Slate Attorney ut lluuitluig
will hare lo patt on tho point muiteii.
A the Honeadale Citizen- tayt: Null
bunal thort of the supreme tfiumril m the
uatluu It competent lu patt jti Iguiein uii in
ittue to iutiuutely afftn-tiug the cauiue i a
zeut ot our town."
DeWllt'f Carbollzed Witch Hazel .Stive i
recommended at the lu-tl luing to ue mr
pues. ii it, oi courte, gouii fur aii)ihiu;
where talve it needed. Beware of iinitii-
tiout. sold by r Klli Tho Druggltl.
Aak for Allen' I'oot Eato.
A powder for swollen, tired, hot, smart
Ing feet. Sample tent FREE. Alto Frci
Sample ot tbe FuuT-Eitz tUMTiiir Cohk
ran, a new iiiveuiloii. Addicts, Allen
Olmttead, Lelloy, N. V,
3 ue Bolt. :
Ilonesdale and Archbal J split even on ,
Labor Day, when the season closed tor
ti.neslsle. We captured the forenoon
gains by a wide margin, and lest in the
ollcrnooa by one point, although we
prt well. It was no fault of bis tbat
we lost one. Nichols began pitching for
Arehbald ta the morniog, but was bat
t?J out ot tbe box in tbe first inning.
Five runs were in aad only one out,
wuea Mc tale relieved him. Archbald
was given four runs entirely on errors.
' la five times at bat Murphy made three
singles aud adouble. Score by innings :
r n e
Archbald- 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 01 3 2
Honeadale S u O 1 U 13 U '-9 13 7
The afternoon game was moro exci
ting, with havy battiog on both sides.
mer, who played his first gamo
for tbe season, batted out a clean home
run the first time be stepped up to the
plate, and be got a two-bagger after
ward. Gaugban also got a homer, but
bis was lost in the right-field bushes.
Joe' went over to Pat Weir's, on Ibe
low-path. Willie DoLgher played a star
game for Archbald at second. Every
thing seemed to go bis way, and be made
no errors. Nichols, who was knocked
out in the morning, pitched the after
noooganie. Billy Smith, of While Mills,
did som- good stick work ; he landed
safety twice in the morning and four
times i the afternoon. Oar rally in the
ninth fell one short ot tying the score.
Archbald always plays a plucky game,
and it is no disgrace to lose lo them.
Doughtr got hurt a few days ago, and
could I.Gt pitch. Hfe-liog was siifferiog
from a sprained thumb, and Gutbeil,
our short-9 top, was also laid up. H eas
ting fa'iacd 10 in the morning and 6 in
the afternoon. The score :
Archbald 1 O ii 3 l 3 2 O ;t Hi 3
Houtedale 0 1 2 O 0 3 O 0 2-t 12 4
the liuc-up :
Ile-piiug. Pat her .
Muipby ... latiher. ..
VVHer. . .Firtt bate. .,
-almnn .. Secoud lie.
KUlifer .. .Third hate.
Tumtri .. . .Miort-.tcp.
ornnr. Demrr. . Left-tie ...
Muriao . .Center-tleld
Captain Salmon has done as pretty
work nt second base duiing tbo season
as has been seen nt that place in some
time. The success ot tbe team this year
has been largely due to his heady, oil
Ilc-osling's box-work could not havi
1 if en bettered, and bis plucky work for
two games wib a spraiced thumb ou
.Inr.d.'.y will long be remembered. Mur
-n has proved himself a good back-
t-tp. and has made many friends in
tor.rsdalc, who all wish him future ad-
aucerneiiL Tfco whole team have done
0id wo.-t , bat we have not tbo epatt
0 ir.dividUAlizo further.
Lakes. Acreage and Elevations.
l i.e following ore the names of a por
in of tho ll'.'i natural lakes ot Wayrr
vanty, icpetber with their acreage ore
isvi.iion, as far np wo nave been ableto
It tin them:
l-i.. Town. Arreage. Hfr'n.
Vlnie Oak Clinton
15 Hi I
t'adjiw Chtrry Ridge
Cpp, r Wood
lluik Harbor Leb.-Damate
l line "
l -teril lirtiee
Katein prut-e "
1 ex it
L'ppi-r Wilcox Oregon
hrnttt Von Kikartsberg dropped dead in
a down inwn ttation of the subway, in New
a oik 1 ity, Aug. -Jlli, the n-tiilt of heart dit.
eu-e. He wat a native of Germany. De
ceased wat for several ycai-s the owner and
liiudloid of the Hotel llelvideie. in Uawley,
Icawug there the las t of I'.mC. He leaves a
wife, ton and two daugbtirs.
Unward U. spry died in Oregon, Sept, 3
I'.H-, i if i on,uiuition, agel35ye-irt.Gmtutbt
in I 1 -I ly. Interment In the Katt Iiybt-r iy
i eict tery.
Hvrnn Rattletou, formerly a well-known
. n Ii nt ol lin her ttiwnttiip, son of Ibe late
li nn in tin I Mary Phillipm llartleton, died
nt cancel of tile lirtiin, at hit homo in Hon-
mis, on .-unlay Uai, age I nlnnit it yeatt
The ri luniit ale on the way ea,t tor niier
iiieia ai the South Sterling cemetery. Mr
II it t lc oii, who wat foreman of a large lum
iienug etlahlithtuetit at Columbia Kullt,
Miiui.'iiis, ciine all Hie way liu-u- by auio-
iiintiili-1 i,t you tn itit fneu It and rein-
I.M lie leaves lll wife, r il iiighter Of the
I Jutiii Ilimg, uf lliflnr, uud niie , nu.
Ratntail at Dyberry.
I", ii d i) ii, au i tru-e .1 l.l)t,
I '.nr. a lay s, mil it u-i-Ud.iyt,
I mi, le.tt iii-urdei,
I" i. Ill Ml n-l-or.leil, h 77
l.-..u-, -!7 years, 3.5u
-ttnti-i-n dayt were t-leir, twelve fair
tn 1 i it ii i luu J) ; a vi rage 7-' pel cent, uf tuu
i iim-: tw-i per cent, mum tlitu latt yt-ur,
i'ii-4iiitn: titi 1 wuit.
TlMI-LUATl-lli:, Aflll-siT, I'JJN
II gliett, llh,
I. 'ill. Ill 17,
" If yetr,, tlvo timet,
15, Jth an 1 :D:li, 10e7,
i cur Jed, ill. ISJO,
lireaiett tlally range, -lull,
Leart duly range, 'titti,
IV ir'tittl day, lib, mean,
r il lett da), j,i, meiii,
Mi-in lnr iiinniii,
Mi-mi fur iiiuiati, l'.in7.
Witiuutl Aiuu,t, I;, lueaii,
C! le.t All. II, t. 111 U, IlldlU,
Aii lae il yemt,
A very dry month. Ilku Augml wat latt
year. Many tpiltigt, ttvatupt and iiiull
lu- tin, urn ut). Flint ul all kludt on allot
uur tltyeat iuii-u it belaw average In tlze,
npt lit eatl) itiid will nut keep good or loug.
Mntl crept of all kltidt are light.
Frutt near my tlatiou '.'lit, Hlh, L'tlb aud
.'Villi, killing tome coru aud buckwheat lu a
few plaict ou tbe .'lit.
Dyberry, Pa., Aug. 31, 1IW1.
DeWill't I.lllle Eurlv Rltertaretmall nilll-
tuiy to lake, gentle and ture. bold by PK1L
Madam, if you want a new gown, it will
pay you to visit our Dress Goods Department
and see the new weaves and desio-ns nt Ip
money than elsewhere.
New Neglige Shirts best
Best $oc. Shirt made at
The best assortment of Underwear in town
you can see in this department.
IN A SCENE FROM
"THE THREE OF US"
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isflBLaHnBHBiTHfaVK . ' 'stfi'- sslslslHI
aSri5sT?,,vja v. .
If vou have never
had any dealinas
with us, olease to
vitation to ciive us
Farmers & Mechanics' Bank,
MENNER & CO.'S STORES
Styliih. Noliliy anil Comlurt ililj W.ii!i Suits All Shades.
Walking, Traveling and Evening Separate Skirts,
New Spring and Summer Single Jackets, lilack and Leading Shades,
Jumper and Shirt Waist Wash Dresses, Newest Styles and Colots.
Fancy Styles in Tailor-Make Shirt Waists at
Menner & Co.'s Deot. Stores.
$1.25 and $1. quality