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SKILLED JJHE LAW
Success of Mr. Taft as Solicitor
WON MANY NOTABLE SUITS.
Victorious In the Celebrated Alaskan
Seal Fisheries Controversy His De
fense of the McKinley Dill Refused
Golden Offers For a Scat on tha
Mr. Tuft's fight years of history
funking utility upon the bench of the
Sixth federal circuit, during most of
which period he was presiding judge,
were prefaced by three years of high
nccoinpllsliiuent as solicitor general of
the United States. President Uarrl
sou picked him !o be the legal repre
sentative of the United States iu nc
tive litigation iu 1SIH), when he was
only thirty-three years old and still had
three years of his elective teriri upon
the superior court bench In Ohio to
serve. Solicitor general of the United
States at thirty-three! Scarcely more
than a boy In years as ripened matu
rity Is reckoned and already doing
deeds of national moment- deeds of
International moment, to be exact, for
Inside of two weeks of taking tho
oath he had put up to him the defense
of the government iu the Alaska seal
fisheries controversy, at which the
courts and the diplomats of three coun-trles-the
United States, Hugland n. d
Canada had leen dinging for fourteen
ltrlelly the sum and substance of It
was this: Wo had captured and con
demned to be sold the Canadian
schooner Sayward for Illegal sealing iu
Alaska waters. Knglaud and Canada
supported Hie claim of the owner for
damages, which we rejected. Pend
ing aibitratlon the case was brought
unexpectedly before the supreme court.
It was clever tactics on the other fel
low's part, and It put us In rather a
pickle. 'While Canada would not bo
bound by an adverse decision if tho
case went against her that is, she
would not be compelled to accept tho
decision as final should wo lose tho
fact of our losing In our own court
would count against us.
The new solicitor general sailed In.
Ho read the documents. Ho clutched
nnd held fast. When ho emerged from
tho murk of international law, treaties,
precedent and kindred clarities ho had
a 300 page brief ready to present to
tho court It won for lilm and for tho
United States against two of tho best
lawyers In tho land Joseph H. Chonto
nnd Calderon Carlisle, Jr.
Then it fell to him to defend tho
McKinley bill In an notion brought by
nn importing firm who objected to
paying higher duties imposed by tho
bill nnd pleaded that Speaker Reed's
way of counting a quorum, by which
tactics the bill had passed tho house
of representatives, wns unconstitution
al. Tho importers urged that enough
members present In tho house, al
though constituting a numerical quo
rum, could break a quorum by not
"If voting nnd not present Is neccs
eary to make a quorum, why is tho
speaker empowered to employ tho ser
geant at arms of tho houso to compel
absentees to attend with tho object ot
making n quorum?" queried Mr. So
licitor General Taft Tho McKinley
bill was saved.
Tho youug solicitor general won,
won, won and kept on winning for tho
government for tho two years ho was
in ofllco. Then President Harrison
set him upon what Mr. Taft felt would
bo tho track leading to his real ambi
tion tho supremo court bench. Ho
unmcd him as circuit Judge. Judge
Taft accepted unhesitatingly. He did
it in face of the well meant ndvico of
friends who wanted him to bo a money
maker. Attractive partnerships wero
proposed to him by big law firms, part
nerships that meant $10,000, ?50,000
and $100,000 a year. Tho emoluments
of tho bench wero only $0,000 annual
ly. Judge Taft shook his head. "There
nro bigger and better things than mon
ey," was his reply to these gilded sug
gestions. Ho was then thirty-five, no
was a poor man, but ho had enough.
Ho Is now fifty-one and n poor man
still by tho standard of tho dollar.
Bulgaria's coup was a ense of tho
,worm turning. Tho sublime porta
tread on the plucky mountaineers onco
Soldiers' Marching Tests.
Our army would show off well in a
marching test if the work done by the
officers recently Is a criterion. Fifty
miles In three days Is good marching,
although not great inarching. During
tho fall maneuvers of the German
troops tho marching test wns twenty
miles in one day, and 20 per cent of
tho men dropped out before tho end.
This is poor marching, and tho French
have shown hotter stuff or better
training, for only 3 per cent fell out on
A march of the sauio length In France.
What our officers can do tho men
can do. These walking tests for offi
cers will no doubt spur tho men in
garrison to practlco on long walks.
Fifty miles In three days ns the roads
average Is good work, although It was
often beaten In tho civil war. One
corps made a forced march of thlrty
ilvo miles In twenty-four hours to get
Into tho battle of Gettysburg, and this
wns not Stonewall .Tnckson's "foot
cavalry" either. Good marching wins
as many battles as good fighting.
, UEOllGE h. KILMER.
A World Language.
Langurrgo ranking looks easy to us
moderns, judging by tho number of
clalmnuts the last fifty years for tho
position of "vehicle of speech for nil
nations." A hundred different tongues
have been Invented, nnd each was said
by Its promoters to answer every re
quirement. In Dresden Inst August
the Kspcrautlsts held their fourth In
ternational congress nnd may well
boast that 3,000 people, representing
thirty nationalities, speaking iu one
tongue Is proof that Esperanto Is n
success, whatever Its Intrinsic merits
compared with numerous rivals. The
congress Is described in the Nortli
American Ilcvlcw, and It is evident
that the gathering was an Impressive
one. If tho zeal shown by the dele
gates at tho congress goes with them
to their scattered homes Kspcrnnto
must speedily become a world study.
But being a world study and a world
language In actual practice are two
distinct things. Language has always
been a matter of growth nnd not of
Inculcation. The human being catches
up the first gesture or wonl that will
convey tho present meaning, nnd as
things are drifting today the needs of
tho world will bo conversation with
English speaking people. The Ameri
cans nnd the British arc the greatest
world travelers today. Tho routes
where "English spoken here" stnres
the traveler In the face are growing
wider each year. Our language Is
made up out of many tongues, nnd the
ease with which Immigrants pick up
enough for overydny use Is evidence
that It can serve every purpose of n
universal speaking medium. A few at
least of every people on the globe are
already Interested In speaking English
some of the time. These few will ac
quire It because they have to, and they
will gradually Introduce It among their
fellows. In this way English will
come Into use wherever nnd when
ever a uulversal language Is needed.
Forestry Is a big word, and when
the term scientific forestry Is used the
average farmer In America may bo ex
cused If he thinks the subject is be
yond him. Anything less than n
square mile In extent growing trees
Is to the man of American lineage
simply a "pleco of woods." And it is
a fact that until very recently the
study of scientific treo culture or for
estry was confined to large areas.
It Is fortunato probably that discus
sions of the forestry problem of tho
country bavo been supplemented by
warnings of a threatened famine In
Umber. This last Idea strikes homo.
No farm can get along without posts
and rails. Tho matter of windbreaks,
shelter and water sheds for small
streams also Interests the farmer.
Rows of trees rightly placed will not
Interfere with tilling the soil, and
since tho attention they require comes
out of the crop season tho raising of a
few trees Is a simple matter. The
timber mny not be marketable for
years to come, but value is added to
the farm by a tract or patch of woods
free of bushes and brambles.
An Appeal to tho Pocket.
Consumption docs not pay, and the
fight against tuberculosis In this coun
try must depend for success upon the
extent to which the public can be
aroused to tho economic necessity of
stamping It out Millions of dollars are
being expended now to take care of
the victims of tuberculosis ono way
and another, and It seems that the
cost of medical care Is perhaps less
than half of the financial burden due
to this disease.
Ono of tho physicians from Europe
attending tho congress on tuberculosis
at Washington declared that out of
every three persons who die during
the working period of life one suc
cumbs to pulmonary tuberculosis.
Thus society pays tofl to the plague
by n loss In working force. To say
nothing of sympathy for sufferers, It
Is a question of self Interest for every
community to stamp out consumption.
Tho London board of trade finds
that tho business slump affects the flvb
loading commercial countries of tho
world, Great Britain, Germany, France,
the United States and Belgium, so
there Is no sense in knocking the 1007
panic at this date. Reaction had to
Being under contract to Hvo 200
years, perhaps Mr. Wu goes back to
the simple life in China because tho
atmosphere In this country has not
been working his way of late.
It was a poor help to Chicago's pop
ulation boom for tho homo press to
announce that thousands of the Chi
cago children go hungry to school.
This being n record year for going
up In the nlr, defeated candidates
ought not to feel that fato has pursued
The overworked "short and ugly
word" must begin to feel ripe for the
Osier dose or retirement on an old ago
Warm fall weather never postpones
the advent of mlnco plo upon tho bill
where "yjo peoplo ruW
When I left home for Miss Harmon's
nchool for girls my father lived In 1111
nols. When I was ;nv.diiatel he had
removed to nanktoii. N. Y. He gave
mo tho street and number. Lut lie was
n lawyer, and lawyers v. civ In tho. c
days proverbial for t!ic!i' wiv.'.-hed
handwriting, so I found It dChYult to,
make out the nddro. As mur as 1 '
could come to deciphering tho i.anio of
the street It was Lafayette. This a.i
not correct. It was K.ib'lh street.!
Leaving the station on my arrival. I j
took a cab and told the driver to take i
mo to HO Lafayette street. When I yaw
the house I was stirpri-'eil that r.ij j
father could afford to live in it. 1 had j
left n two story frame cottage in the ,
west to come to a four rtory stone
front house In the east.
I paid the poarhmaii and, going up I
the stoop, rang the boll. A mr.M came
to the door whom 1 had inner seen.,
and 1 told her to tell mother (hat 1 had '
come from school. !he asked nu whom
(iie should say had come. I told her
"her daughter, of course." and, going
Into the drawing room, looked about
me at the handsome furuilmv. still
wondering how father had been able to
purchase It. The maid went tipslnlr ,
to make the announcement.
I waited quite a long while for her
return. When she eai'ie down she told
me that no one was at home except my
mother, who had recently h-id a rain
raet lemoved from one of her o.os and
war. obliged to remain In a dur'; room.
I v.'ai surprised, for t bad not been In
formed of there bohr: anything the
matter with her eye. anil as the maid
raid I was to go up to her I ran up
stairs and through a room Hint had
been darkened so that one entering my '
mother's room should not let In any
light. The chamber occupied by my
mother was so dark that I could scarce
ly see my hand before my fare. 1
didn't know which way to turn till she
called me, and even then I went in the
wrong direction till she had done so
fieveral times. Then 1 found her pit
ting in an easy chair and put my arm-
around her neck.
"Why, child." she said, "why did you !
write us that you would come tumor-
row? Your brother would have met
you at the station."
I wns startled. My mother's voice
had changed. Could It bo that her
trouble with her eye had broken her
"There's some mistake about that,
mother dear," I replied. "I wrote that
I was coming on Thursday. Thursday
and Friday by a bad writer may be
made to look alike. Perhaps there's
where the error lies."
I was about to speak of her trouble
when I heard tho door of the nnte
room open and shut. Then the door of
the room I was In opened, some ono
hurried In, and a man's voice said:
"Where arc you, sis?"
"Ellen told me you'd come, and come
a day ahead of time."
My brother Tom, ten years my
senior, never cnlled me anything but
"sis" and "slssey," but there was some
thing wrong with his voice. I had no
time to wonder what had caused the
change when I felt myself clasped in
two strong arms and Hps pressed
"What's become of your beard?" I
"Beardl I never had one. We've
been counting on your coming. Moth
er Is shut up for the present, but sha'll
come out all right. The doctor snys
sho may have the light In one week
more. Awful glnd to seo you I mean
to feel you, ha, ha! Can't see any
thing In here. Have to rely on the
touch." And ho gave me nnother good
hug and several kisses. "But como
out Into the light. I want to seo how
you've improved. You won't mind,
will you, mother?"
"Not If you don't keep her too long."
Putting his arm around my waist, he
led mo out through the anteroom, and,
opening tho outer door, we stood on
the threshold between tho room nnd
I say wo stood there, nnd so we did.
We didn't get any farther, nt least not
Just then. Never were two people more
astonished, bewildered. We wero en
tire strangers to eacli other.
"Great Scott!" was his exclamation.
"neavens!" was mine.
Ho dropped his arm as If it had boon
shot, and I quickly drew nway.
"How In tho namo of"
"I must have got into tho wrong"
At this point ho regained his equa
nimity. "If you're not my sister, you're
certainly worthy to bo nuy one's sister.
At any rate, I'm happy to mnko your
acquaintance, oven by mistake, though
I assure you I don't usually on so
slight nn acquaintance"
He paused, nnd my faco flushed crim
son. "Come," ho snld reassuringly, "tell
mo how It happened."
I told him my story, and he replied
that his own sister, who had been
nway from homo on a long visit, was
exacted the next day. Ho Insisted
'that I needed a luucheou nnd ordered
ono, and while I was eating It he tele
phoned for a carriage. When It camo
he got In with mo nnd began a hunt
for mo for my homo. My father's
namo was not iu tho directory, but I
told my now found friend that ho wns
an attorney, and, driving to the office
of ono of tho profession, wo learned tho
nddrcss. Ten minutes later I was with
my own family.
Tho family li'.to which I had blun
dered becamo niy Intimate friends.
The daughter caJJcd on mo, nnd the
son has been so utlcutlvo to mo ns to
wo shall see.
FOR THE HOUSEWIFE
Eanplant, American Stylo.
Cut the eggplant In thick slices, '
cover with salt and put n weight on
top to extract tho Juice. At the end
of two hours fry In olive oil or good
drippings. Arrange pnrt of tho plant
In layers around sides nud bottom of
a cooking pot nnd set the rest ono
side. Try In the same drippings ono
pound of chopped meat and two on
ions (sliced). Put a layer of this meat
and onion on lop of tha sliced egg
plant. Next should come a few slices
ft tomato, seasoning all with salt and
pepper. Over this put another layer
-if eggplant, then mote meat and to
mato, and eo on until all the lucredi
outs are used. Add a little hot water
to partly cover, put on the lid and
cook slowly on top of the stave until
the water Is almost gone. Serve hot.
Dcrk Rings Under the Eyes.
Dark circles under the eyes are usu
ally due to some congestion of the
veins of the part and ere almost al
ways the result of one or more of the
When the person U anaemic and the
chemical constitution of the blood Is
no, what It should be or when the
i.vstem U being drained as It would be
In exccfilve study. lack of sleep and '
dissipation of any description.
An external remedy will sometimes j
ln effective temporal lly, but It cannot I
pns-i'ply I e permanent while the caife
f the trouble still exists. P.:ithe the
eyes and the siiP'oiimllng skin with
cold water and use friction upon the
darkened pait f th. skin. A little tnr
i'cvtlne liniment Is" good, ns Is also a
iliitl- !t made of o'i part of diluted
'imm'i.iia to four parts of water.
I'.e careful that none of the wash
reaches the eve.
Convenient Clothes Rack.
Among the novel Inventions recent!
aten'.ed h the detachable clothes rack
shown In the lllust ration below. It
consists of a framework of rods, which
i-: damped to the end of the bedstead.
W'turnlly this clolluvs rack Is intended
1 l e employed mostly at night, when
f!ii occupant-? are nslir; the bed. some
if the discarded garment t being sus
HACK FASTENS ON BEDSTEAD.
ponded on tho hooks on the upper
bracket nnd others folded on the lower
arm. In addition, this clothes rack
would also prove useful to tho house
wife during the day, ns It could be
employed for nlrlng tho bedclothes.
When uot In uso It cnu be quickly de
tnched from tho bed3tend.
DAMES AND DAUGHTERS.
Ethel McAllister, nged eight years,
.raveled safely aloir. from Melbourne,
Australia, to New York, a distance of
Miss Frelda Kllngel Is tho first wom
an driver of a taxlcab In New York
city. It is said that Miss Kllngel was
formerly a chorus girl, and alio made
the change from stage to cab without
Mrs. Zella Nutall is now in Mexico
as Held director of the Reld-Crocker
expedition, which Is excavating the
Pyramids of tho Sun and Moon nt Itco
tlhuacan. The work Is carried on with
funds furnished by Mrs. Whltelaw
Hold and Mrs. Crocker of San Fran
cisco. Mrs. George Tyler Iligelow of Mas
sachusetts, widow of a chief Justice of
the commonwealth, was originally a
nullify girl nnd remembers John Ad
ams vividly. With her mother she wns
at the reception given by him to Lafa
yette on Aug. 20, IS21. She was then
seventeen. Now she's over ninety.
Miss Josephine Louise Reynolds of
Hull, Mass., a telephone girl, has dem
onstrated that one womnu at least cau
drive a nail straight nnd saw a board
vertically nnd to lino. Sho drew the
plan of a small summer cottage and
with her own hands, fearless of callous
and splinter, constructed 't, tho work
manship being good Iu every detail
from foundation to t-ooftree.
Troubles of tliemrlcnl malingers
over "first nights" could well be avoid
ed lu the case of some plays by mak
ing the first night tho last nud calling
When the sandwich mnn at the coun
ty fnlr eats from his own stock It's n
sure sign that Roosevelt's uplift has
struck somebody In tho farming dis
tricts. Tho announcement "Jerome Is nfter
tho gamblers" would bo more Inter
esting to certain New Yorkers plus nn
adjective hi front of the Inst word.
Among noises which nro a nuisance
nnd could bo made unnecessary tho
"honk" of the nuto Is at tho front of
Bkk"" 111111! i
Wallace J. Harm:-.-..
N w Portier-'-". Hues, C'litaiiH and
Carpets at Mux s t.ll Sc Uo.'s. 22 -it f
; OR liEGISTfilJ AND RUCOKDHR.
A. O. BLAKE.
Carpets Cleaned on the Floor.
The Oscar Smith establishment ill
have one of their Vacuum Cm pel Clean
ing Machines in Uoncsdale on October
I'.MIi, and will clean the Prcsbytiiian
church. An invitation is extended to
parlies having any carpets to clean to
come and see the kind of work they do.
The old stvle of cleaning carpets is'done
away willi. You don't have to take
your carpets up and beat the life out of
ihem, which is injurious to (be carpels,
nor do vou have your house torn up for
days. They guarantee to lake dirt out
i f carpets, "upholstered furniture, bed
ding, blankets, etc.. without injury to
liesanie, and without creating any dusl,
r taking the articles to be cleaned nut
"f the room. Any orders or inquiries
lift at V. L. Dunning's More will have
prompt attention. ''ltf
Republican Candidate For Sheriff.
M. LEE BRAMAN,
PH N. WELG
The OLDEST Fire Insurance
Agency in Wayne County.
Olllce: Second Moor Masonic Ruild.
iiij;, over ('. ('. .ladwin's ding store,
A I'l'l.'AlM-IMI'NT.S. Notice is given
that appini: i it oH-'liKllotho wid-
ii.ni- i. flit,, li.ht.wlnu itaiiuil ilcicdcni.s have
hccii Hint In the Orphans' Coint of Wayne
county, mm win nc pn tciucu mr approval
on Monday, (let. 11.. IIM-vlst:
Vktnr Mller. Iti illn : Personal nnd Ileal,
Daniel Mill hell. Hcillli: I'cniou.tl.
I.iv II. Mori. .n, Ml. I'lcar.uit ; Personal.
Margaret l.umanl, Canaan; Personal and
11,1 '" M..I. HANI.AN.'.Clerk.
UoiK'saale. Oct, 7, im.
. i ii ' m M iWril
HKPOHT OP T1IK CONDITION
HONESDALE NATIONAL BANK
IIONF.SDALK. WAYNK COUNTY, PA.,
nt the clone of business. Sept 21. 100S.
Uiiiiis uiit! Discounts
tivenlr.ut Mviired and unsecured
t lloMti loKivnieclrciilatloii.
I'ninlmn.-. ii I . K.HomM
''hihK .'.e ,.:!t!ci. etc
ii uiMitu-li.i .-('. (iirnlttireaud fix-
1) io iroiii ,v tlniial Hanks (n.it
Itcforvi! .'. .cm.s)
line from ai;uovcil icserve
.id'iiu .. .
''kvI..i and other rash items .
N.ilooi oilier .National Hanks .
i- - actioniii iK-in-r ciiiivncy. incis
s an, I ivlils... i
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aoil .lui.-tiv Iuri.v-c In Hank,
i': ' A, 5-ii.:Ij1 o.i
i jviT a-adcv-uotoi -l.l:J IM
it. mi'tion iniiit wuii i). s.
, n-a.i.t-r, (j.er cent, ot cl lea
i ipha! sto. 1: paid In t IU),
' iriiiiis ninu IvJ
iidlvidi-il piollts. less expense
mil luvi paid id,
tk'ii.i! Il.iiiu t:.MC-outstanding u,
i.tle !!:!iu; n..us initblaiidlns ..
s lie louit.ei' .Nailoiiul Hanks 1
iMi-iiihiiui; i.an.is and Hunkers
"IlilVidlMl Ot'i.odltS subject to
clicii. .. JI.lfl.0l6 bi
iicn.Mid ce.iliicates o
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Ccrlilii-dflit-ckH 1,7b 71
ashici's ciut'l K oat
stnmlln:: I.oui jj UK)
olcsuiitl bills icdiscouiiti-d
wills ny.,iilc, InchiUint- cerlifl
catcsolili'iHisIt for money bor
rowed I .ia hi I Ii Icm -1 hail I hose above
Total 11X11.123 II
Jtale i.f lViinsj It aula. County of Wayne, ss.
I. hi J in r. nn ivy. Cashier of the ubove
allied Hank, no M.U ionly swear thut the
iMiu-Mutciiiciii is tmuto the best of my
nowlclrcand U ,.(.
v , , , K. I'. TOItllKV. Cashier.
:.;r.,.",,.r1yrl!rsc:lils;or" ,o ,K'f,, ,m- ",is
CovC-M.,.: H. A. SMITH, N. 1'.
A.miiikw Thompson, )
ItoMut (iiiKKMC. MXreclora.
h. II. llAItllKNIIKIUIII. I
For New Late Novelties
SPENCER, The Jeweler
Uiion.nlccd articles only iolj."
RlXilSTKU'S NOTICK. Notice is
hereby given that Ihu accountants
In rein named have gottli-d their resiectlve
.ii counts in the oillce of the Keslstcr of Wills
of Wayne County. Pa., mid that the same will
he inc.-oiitcd at ihe i n-phaiis' Court of said
.omity Tor continuation, ut thet'ouit House
!u llo.iesdale. on the fourth .Monday of (Jc
lohcr next vi :
First and linal account of K.C. Dojle. ex-
iitorot the estate of Kllon O'Kourk, Wuy
iiart. First and linal account of I). C. Dulke and
.1. 11. .Sicveii-ion. executors of the estate of It.
I. ii'liotirl.e, Wiiyimtrl.
First and llu.il ac.oiiul of Paul IC. O'Neill,
administrator or the eatutu of Charles C
'ary. I tuck I nuli: in.
First and linal accoiuit'of Mayme Kecgan
Carey, administratrix or the estate of Will-i-ini
II. lSaroy. --ranton.
First and dual :ua-o nil of Joel I laynes, ex
ecutor or the eMat-ol Jesse W. Hay lies, Pres
'iii. First and llnal aivotmt of Kinina Furle. nd
'iiinistiatrix or the cMato of Patrick 1'urie,
First and lin.il account of A. K. Sisson and
O. N. Hates, executors of the estuteof S. II.
Hates, llamas, us.
First unit Una' aivount of Lottie P. Lane,
idinlnlstratrix uf the estate ot Patrick F.
Supplementary account of H. N. (Iroas, ad
iiinlstraloroi ifarriel A. Clilf. Sierllic-.
Firsl and llnal acco-.mt of Charlud A. Mc
Cuty admlnlM rater ot the estate of An
ticw F.iai;: ii Perry.
First ai'd llnal lucoiinl of Isaac P. Uavitt,
.ivutoi ol Hit! l ist will of VloU'tla liavitt,
First and final .'.count of Minnie Kckbeck,
dniiiii-l::.. : i.'. oi ihe estate ot Julio A. Kck
vk. i':.U :. !;.
I'lrM and uu.il account of William II.
' .ho.;a . cu-ulor or Hie estate ii C.collne
First and linal '.iciount of Kucene Swingle,
.eculor of the estate of Peter llotzel, .-oulh
First and tin..! account of A. T. Sen rle.cz
ulor or the estate oi' .Maria A. llnlteln,
Vint and llnal account of E. C. Mumford
..liu.iiiMiaturof thecdtatcotltalph Fleming,
First and linal account of Hattlo M. Conk
..!! Fliuemc S. Hodie. Kxecutors of the
.'date of William Hox, liethany.
K. V . Uammki.i., Ileclster.
tOl'llT PROCLAMATION. Whereaa,
0 the Judge of the several Courts of
lie County of Wayne has issued his precept
for hold In;; n Point of Quarter Sessions, Oyer
mil 1'crnilner. ui.it (iener.il Jail Delivery in
ml fur said County, at thet'ouit House, to
.MONDAY. OCrOHUIt IM, liXH
and continue ono week :
And directing that a ( I rand Jury for the
('uurts of Quarter Sessions and Oyer and
Terminer be summoned to meet on Monday,
October 1!). 1SWS. at 2 p.m.
Notice is tlierctoie hereby given to tho
Coroner and Justices ot the Peace, and Con
stables of tha Comity of Wayne, that they be
then and there in their lirorer persons, at
said Court llnux-, at 'J o'clock lu the after
noon of sal.t imh of October. IHU. with their
records, iniiuisltions.cxaininat ions and other
remembrances, to do those things which to
their olllccs appertain to tie done, and those
who are bound by rccomilziince or otherwise
to prosecute the prisoners who are or shall
belli the Jail of Wayne County, be then mid
thereto piosccute aualiist them as shall ho
(liven under my liauil, at Hones. hile, this
5th dav of October. 1H0S, and In the l.llst year
ot tlie liidcpcndi'iacof ttie United States.
WILLIAM I!. UOADKNKIHT. Sheriff.
mltlAL LIST. Wnyno Common Pleas
X Octobi rTcrni, l'.KW, beginniiiROct.'iU,
1 Mooic. l!ui ivci. s .Frcy.
l' " Hrlnk.
:i " llorlrce,
I " " Hrlnk.
a- " " " Smith.
7-Scars. Kx'r. vs Cole.,,
H-F.ckbivk vii Lciiliarilt.
!i-Korilman vh Dcnloi t r.l.
III Spencer vs Smith, l. r,
li -llazcii vs County of Wayne.
Ii'-lta.-s vi. Kennedy.
1 '.-Wooiliow vs Kline.
i . t .... rC... I....
1.1-1'mipack K'i trio Co. vs Drake.
lii-KrcItniT Urn's vs Dean.
lloncsdaie, Oct. u, IMi. 2Sw3
Dlt.C. It. l!ltADY.DK.NTiHT,IIonesdale, Pa.
(Hi h i: HoiiiiK-sa. m. too pi in.
Any evcnlnc by appointment.
Citizens' phone, 'Si, ltesldence, No. t) X,