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HE SCRANTON TRtBUJNJ5-lJLDi Y MORNING, D ISO 13 M U IS II 31. 185)7.
Ladles Home Journal
arc ready now at
Norton's Book Store.
lor all periodicals
at the publishers rates.
I'elotibcts' Notes on the
Sabbath School lessons
for year 1808.
Calendars and Dlatlcs for MS.
The balance of our llolidav hoods
at deep cut prices
to clear them out.
i:z Lackawanna Ave.
1 r nave a wij;ir
? - VT Thanki-lnn t oirj ir
&i?MJtim Poiiulur rmicli
-SX I mln Hide H' "y
J l III M.lll
uain;i uiui.i w. "
NQRRMHN fi I00IIE
120 Wyoming Ave.
DR, W. B. KENWOOD,
J 0 LACKAWANFU AVE.
Have opened a General Jnsmnrjco Officio In
new mm nt I'lii
licit Block Companies represented, l.rtrgo
-cts especially solicited. leleptone 18IKJ.
Willlcim Kellj was- In ll.imbur. yes
tfrdnv on buslros.
A .! Wlli-on. of New Yolk Kited Ills
aunt Mis. O H Wright, of Madison ave
Ml" Jpsli DeniKo. nf Olive htrert, l
pniertciinliiK the Mlsscx jjvn mid lieulali
i'oiip of lllnehnniton. N. Y.
Prnfesoi Whltmorc of tl.f rfciauton
Buliiei collesp Is In l'ltiaton nnd
Wllkes-narrc In the Intel et or the col-
C J Huhlifll and I:. P. Mm-klnw y.iil
for Knropp HPXt week to hdl the foj'lijn
patonts of tho 1 1 u ll lull hlcvclc ilettrlc
Charles .1. Watkuis fotmeilv of this
cltv who Is rmplnved In the pies.s Horn
of the New Ynik Jouin.il Is In the .-Ity
Mr and Mrs. A. n. Williams of Jrfler
erunn avenue uip ontoitiilnlns; Major md
Mr II O S. Helxtnnil, of Winhlnstm,
D. C" and ('. II. liUM.li of llairlslmr.
Morgan ft. Will of the NoulMo'vn
1 lt Ilcpild. one o( th. Iicvt knoyn
iipv.PiMioi men In the lovvei pan of tie
Mate was In the Its w.tidn nnd tpi'it
-omp time examining The Tiilnnii's llsi
f'itv KiiKlmer Joseph I Phillips was a
jears om esteuia. In honor ol tin
eirnt lie dlstiliiuted the lontilllH of ho(s
of ri;,irs with a hiviuli hand at 111 ollliu
In the fllv hall. Next April lie will huv,
been c itj cushion live ,iis,
SCRANTON BUSINESS COLLEGE.
Daj and pvenlns cessions of the
Suanlim IUihIupps i'oIIpki' will loopcn
on Monday, .Innuniv I'd. If you havo
. noi seen a cony or Hip new fournul.
call at the olliop m addiers Sciantou
nuslnos8 Colleii', (oi it!' Adams ave
nue ind Linden street.
DINNIVO III Sennton On ji :vi7
Hon A II. Dunning. 1114. d "i. .Mars U
moinn and 'i ilun riuniul on Haiui
da Jan 1 Ms finm his lain l.i me it
Not Mi Main avenue. Berth's In ilie
ronii .Main Acnn' I'lieisilaii rlun.i.
Illte'iri'llt In tin Iiipnlliu iiiiiIU plot
In r.lnlrw 'tnuioii. I.lml uist.
KKI.LY In Ai.'lilnld. Iei- it. M(7. Ii u
othl KpIIj. I'-nieial IMI'iicla. afl.M.
noon at .! o-. loi k. Int. rinelii In the
Arcniii.ld iMtlinlli icniifn
IAVKI.l.i; n '. i Hi r. 11,011. Dee. .V.
1W Madeiliip. tip liif.u t ihlld of .Me
nial Mic IMtrlck Lion., m the , ,.
ental resldeiue. 201.1 I'r, e Hlieet I'll
neral thlK afternoon at : id iniock In
terment In the IImIp I'.irk I'atholle
HrgnlHr price i on ull llolhluy
MnineiH, I'nll Dips s,lileld,
.N'luht Holiei, l'iiliiniui, Hlllc I in
birllau, Cane, Undenveui, unit
Wafers, rh? Haffr o
305 l-acka, Ae. x
V THE C
( LAUNDRY J
V, 308 Penn Ave.
s A. B. RAHMAN S
CORNER STONE IS
Board of Trade Officers Take a Hand
A MILLI0N.D0LLAR SILK MILL
Helllnc, Dnvld nint Sctiurn's .llnin
molli Addillon to llio City's Indus.
Irlcs 1 Well 1'ndor Wnv-Corncr
Miotic ofllic .Hutu Ilulltlliig Is I.nlit
with Approptlnie CcrcmonlcsSIo
of the. Hiruclurc Surprises (lie
At the InvHiitlon of the iwiiilptot.
Itelllnfr. Uavld fi: Schoeii. nnd tlie roi.
tructor, I'-Ut Stlpp. (lie boat it of ttnde
foiinally partlcliuti'd In the Inyliif; of
tin1 coiner utone of the mIIU mill liuild
Iiiks In tlie Tenth wnul ypsteidny nf
ti'inonn. All present nt the affair
iiKretil that It was a veiy pleasant
and npin opi lute i -temony nnd it w.im
HRipfd that It should be lepeuted uti
all slinilai oeraKlons.
At :! o'clock fill liases lilolI;lit to
the bi'cne l'K'dldent V A. May. Piesl-dent-eleet
Ltlther Kell-r. Seeielnry i).
H. Atlieiton. (1 Kiank Heynolils and J.
A l.ansltiK. of the bimiil uf tinde. Call
Si'lmi'li one of tlie pioplletois.and Con
trai'tor Peter Stlpp ieceied tliem nnd
fli'iiited them to" n platform at th"
southwest eoiner of the foundations of
the main building whete the rouu-r
stone was suspended on n tllnod uver
the pliire on which it was to left. The
people of the u li;hlorhoni1 nnd all the
woiknien assembled about the plat
Seeietni Atherton, on Ml SoIiiiph'"
Imitation, became master of ceieinon
i s He Mpoke of th' lltnes.s of bavins
Nome fm nml u'lemonj nttend the luy
iuu of a I'oiner stone of sue li a build
in w as this. It is a monument to the
tiKKU""i'iui and slnewdness of Itell
lllis'. David ii Scho n In estnbllshinc;
such a lu re c eiileipil-i- in Seianton. It
Is a monument to the seneioslty and
public pliitednes's of the IJ ynolds
luothpis who donated the land mid a
monument to the board of trade
watchfulness over the Inteiests of th"
Tin: stonm: is laid
Hi' then Introduced Cuptubi V. A.
lla pi'sldent of the board of tiade.
and called upon him to set the stone.
I'aptaiii May qincl. lemnilted that he
n a May-son anil would ptoceed to
piove It. A pi escribed iltual beini;
wanting. Its iilnce was supplied with
ntiocious nuns and Jokes by Atlieiton,
I.ansinKr. K'ller. ct-al . while the butt
of It nil Captain Ma was down on his
knees spreading; the mm tin nnd llttlns
Inside the stone was a (-.ample of th"
silk wiili h the ilrm manufaiturts, loins
of 1S97 and a history of how the mill
urnie to he built in Seianton. It Is a
neatly carved block of Wyomlnpr blti"
stone with the date "1S07" cut In bold
flKUies on the w ostein face.
The stone ha Iiib been duly laid. Sec
iplary Atlieiton called upon Mr. Schrifii
lor n few teninrks. Mr. Rchoen said
he and his paitncis felt highly grate
ful to the board of ttade for lln frlend
1 leceptlon and hoped it would 1011
tintle to encouiagf and suppoit them
In their undei taking
Frank Reynolds was next called up
on, belner Introduced bv Ml. Atherton
as one of the two men who bv their
geneioMty had made the mill an as
sured thins. Mr. Reynolds said the
ilty of Scranton should be proud of Its
wide awake boaid of trade and then
addicssing himself to Mr. 'richoen said
he could assure his Dim of a heart v
welcome fiom the people of Little Kng
land. UEAUTinST OF WKLCOMHS.
l.tiUicr K'ller, chairman of the man
ufactuiers conunlttee, which engineer
ed the deal that luought Hip mill heie.
nssuied Mr Schoen that the city ga.-
the new Intlustiy and Its projiclois the
heaitlest of welcomes, nnd speaking
for the board of Made ald they could
lely upon Its membeis at any and all
times for all the encouragement and
suppoit they might n'ed.
Chailes a M. f'mr.i.v, nf the Hi in
of Makepeace ei Co., of I'toi Idenc-,
H. I., the architects of the mill build
Ings. nnd Contractor reter Stlpp, als i
made neat speeches and th-n Mr Stiop
passed the clcais. lsltois, workmen
nnd spectntois all being Invited t'i
Tlie main be'ldlng of the mill Is to be
iSl feet long nn' SO fe-t deep, flouting
on James street, which Is about oiu
hundred ynid east of the Delawni",
Lackawanna and Western track". An
"L," one hundred feet long, Is to be
built nt the nnitli end of the main
building and later n similar "L" nt the
southern extiemltv. and a :!00 foot
"weave" mill In the icar aie to be
Thete aie few but what will be sur
mised to hear that a fully equipped
silk mill Is now In i mining onlei on
the giound It Is contained in nn S0x40
tempoi, ii y stiuctuie whirl) was Imp
liedly put together to accommodate a
pl-ee or two o cat h of the vailous
kinds of niachlneij with which to in
stinct the gills and other npuiatoiB
who will be eniplojed In the mill
Mr. 1'inuiy said to a Tilbune repoi
tM yesteidny that when the plant as
designed Is fully tnmplet d it will lep
resei.t an Investment of S.1.UO0.00O.
MARSHAL WALKER'S SUCCESSOR.
Will Hi) n Lnckiuvaiinii or Luzerne
A WashliiGtnn special to the Pitts
burg Commeiclnl Gastette Is a.s follows:
As the term o John W WiiIkpi. mar
shal for wotern Pcpui vlvanln who was
lonllrmul on Jiimiaiy 1", P'i, explus up
.lnilU.ll 13 next, leltcn wue sent tmlav
liom the ilepLilinPiit of lusiiii to Sena
tors Quay and Pcniose uilluis tin u at
tention to this and asking ihein to send
In the name ol Mr Walkei's siieicssor.
so that the app(iiitment can bv made mid
conlli iiiutlon secuied In time for the ap
point!" to lelleve .Mnishnl Wnlkei on the
epllatlon of his tuini. Su fat as Is
known hcie, the senators have not de
cided upon the man. but It Is ihelr Inten
tion to recommend some one fiom Lacka
wanna or Luztiic counties
FETE OF ITALIANS.
Giuseppe Verdi Club Glvos ils First
Social nml Hull in .Music, Hull.
The new Italian musical organiza
tion, the Giuseppe Verdi club, held Its
(list niinual enteitnlnment and ball at
Music hall last night. The progmmme,
consisted of eight well-ni ranged vocal
nnd Instrumental selections and a iccl
tutlun, the latter by Miss Angellnu Dl
A selection from "Tun lata" and an
other fiom "Uotcaecio," by the Verdi
oichestiu. weie the opening and clos
ing number. Two violin nunibeis by
Piof. F. Vanderveken, of Hiussels, ac
companied by Prof. Thomas, of Car
hondale, vvero very warmly lecelved.
Miss Uosu Arlgonl sniiir "Nou o'Vcr."
by Mattel, In excellent voice nnd wns
heartily npplnuded. She sfns accom
panied nn the plnno by Miss Maud
Lnvo, who later In the evening rend
ered n very pleasant piano solo. A
soprano solo, "The Charming Cup," by
MKs Anna Scnnlon, was one of the
most uppi eclated numbers of the even
ing She was ucciompiiuled by Miss
Annn Dili kin. Felix Chain, of the
Vol ill club, gave n trombone solo, with
ncioinpimlment by Miss Sndle Posner.
The entertainment wits followed by
a delightful dance. The tneinbei.s of
the Veul I club are: Louis Zarzl, direc
tor. J. P. Flote, violin: J. Catlutrone,
bass viol T. Huuglullauo, cot net, F.
The patrons of the enteitnlument
wete. F. Tlscnr, Italian consul to
Scinnton. O. Hanchctti, ltnllnn consul
to Huffnln, Flunk Cnrltlccl. Victor
Suitor, Dr. (1. Villone. Hev. Domlnlik
Landio, nuhrlelln PugUnuo and Ing. 13.
DIED IN COUNTY JAIL.
I'ntnl llcsult lorWllliniu Ciinipiunu
o In Dchiiucli.
William Catnpinnn, a young mini,
ilt.til In lilu mill In tlm iHillntv lull V..S.
i teiday inoi nliiL' at 2 o'clock fiom the
eflects of a debauch. He was com
mitted to the county Jail Monday by
Moor O'Neill for iliunkeiincss nnd
Chapman had been di Inking heavily
for 11 e days picvlous to his nirest,
and It was nt the request of hi.s lela
tlves In Cnibondale that he was sent
to Jail, with the hope that thirty days
would make a new man of him.
When the pilsoner was icieived nt
the county Jail he was sufleilng from
delltlum tiemens. Tlie Jail kcepcis
gave him the icmedles at hand for such
cases, but he seemed to glow wotse.
Late Wednesday night It wns deemed
best tu send lor the Jail physician, Dr.
Jenkins. Campman wns ghen medi
cine, but his vitality was so sapped by
his debauch that he died In his cell with
onl the doc tor and the Jail keepers
near him. He leaves a wife and oung
c hild in Cnibomfale.
The ieninlns weie viewed by Coioner
S. P. Longstrcct jesteiday, but nil In
quest was tnutighl to be unnecessary.
The hod was taken to Carbondule
esteicia nfteinou by I'ndei taker It.
A. Purple. Interment will be made
thete. Cainpnian was ".1 cais of age,
but his features, were young and boy
ish. He was once one of the most
piomlnent oung men In Carbondnle.
NEW YEAR RECEPTION.
V, W, ('. A. Ilns Arranged n Splendid
I'lilcrtniniiioiit mid Itcccplion.
The boanl of managers of the Young
Women's Christian association will re
ceive their f I lends at the rooms. 20S
I WtiHhlngton menu , New Vein's day,
I fiom 4 to 10 o'cioil. Gentlemen and
Indie? nic- Invited. The following pio
gl amine wil! be given
Four to " o clock Violin solo Miss
Clara Long, pianist, MKs Uc rtiucu Long,
rmu 1 iliiol Allwh...u fi-.w a 0,1, 1 itiln l,..u.
j piano solo Ml"-s Dehlie IViiwardeii; oc,ij
1110 ine .mi s nose aim aosepns, oen
solo, Miss Vie Jones, oc.il duet, .Misses
Oi.ue and Annie Uese.
Five to I. o'clock Miss Ploienpp Hleli
mond. director, cello, Mr. Hlackwood,
violin, Mi. Wclsentlui'. piano, .Miss Floi
ciiee Itlilunoiul, sol.ii-ts Mrs. oliilen,
Ml Kath'ilne Timhcruinn. Mi. John
Fl to 7 o'i lock MNs i:h,ili(tli Hi ii
woi.il, din (tin. Miss ndlth Mnrlln. elmii
tlnnlsf Miss nilzabeth Henvvooil pianist,
Miss Mlldied Green. iolos.
Seven to o'chek Plan solo, Miss
Hatlle ritelle; elocutionist, Miss UpssIc
Sloat: plum solo, Miss Ruth llanU'v,
Mozart quaitette. scprano. .Mis. Randolph
Jones; alio, Mrs M. .1. Williams; tenor.
Mr. Ldwln Ilowen: bas.'o Mr. John W.
Jones, pianist. Miss Marlon Hutcii'iiscui
banjo solo, Mr. Stanley Swintit: Vucal
solo. Miss Anna Sillnian, vocal duet,
Mis Hrevvster and Miss Annie Hiiber.
Fight to MM o't lock- Miss Kathrvn
Illlls. ph.vsical Ins tn.t tor. woik In gin
nusliini Light-thlriv to 'i 'in o'eloik PioTessor J.
A Pennington dlreitoi, Mis. 1;. c, Woi
di.ll and MNs Neville, soldi' tr
MUSIC FOR SPNDAY.
Prosniiiiine iiiat 11! Ho IConeleicd
in rnce Lntheinii Churiii.
t The following pi ogi amine will be
I rondPied at Ciiue Fvnng-Ileal cliunh
I next Sunday The mush Is In chatge
! of the quintette, Miss Lottie Doyle,
soprano; Miss Anna Rose, alto; Fd
waul L Unas, bass: W. Haitlett. ten
or, nnd Miss Fdlth Smith, organist:
Anthem. S lccicd.
(lorla In i:celsls.
Anthtin. "Ilallehijah to the King,"
Sermon The Sume ot Slieuhem
Anthem, "llaik What Celestial Sound"
Duet "The Coming ot the Klng"..G,ibiie
Stfimon .. "A Now Yeai't, Thought'
Held nt the I'liiversullst Church on
Vk cduc kiImv levelling.
The Ciulstmns festival at the Fnl
eisiillst chapel on Wednesday even
ing wns a veiy cnJoabe gathftlng.
The pxeicises consisted nf singing by
the school, prayer by the pastor, reii
tatlonB nnd soncs by the child! ett and
young people of the school, (supplement
ed bv tht coming of Santa Claus nnd
his helnful spouse,
Instead of the usual tree, gifts vveio
dlsti United tluough a postofTicp nnd
banking house nrinngcment, Santa
Claus assuming the pan of banker and
Mis. Hnnta that of postmistress, this
aunngement moving to he very satis
factory and amusing.
FOR THE SOLDIERS MONUMENT.
G. A, It. Mnnoiinl Association Work
ing mi the Plnc.s.
A meeting of the O A. R. Memoilnl
association was held lnt night in the
olllcc of Po'tmastor Ripple, to discuss
plans for the soldleis' monument,
which the count v commissioners have
been authorized to erect on court house
The association was given to under
stand by the commissioners that they
would bo pleased to receive sugges
tions M-gnuling the monument fiom
the G. A. R. and on the sttength of
this the Memnrlnl association Us pin
feeding to get suggestions In shape
Nothing definite wns done last night.
Twining, optician 123 Penn avenue, In
Harris' drug store. Hours 0 a. m.. 3
Nolan llroN., :,:, Linden Street.
Pluniblng. Steum nnd das-fltUng.
Siriini Ilrnling and Plunibinsi
T. P. & M. T. Howley, 231 Wyomlns a,ve.
HON. A. B. DUNNING
HAS PASSED AWAY
Was a Champion for Separation of
PIONEER DEMOCRAT AND MASON
Ho Served Three Terms in llio Legis
lature, Una a .11 om lip i or the Con-
' nil t ut louttt Convention mid Spurned
Political Preferment hi Order to
Crcntu Lucknuutiun Counly--tns
the Lnst lo Die ol tint Cluirlor .Meni
bers ollllrnni Lodge of Allisons.
A. II Dunning, fnthei of Stieet Com
missioner Dunning, illid nt :i o'clock
yestenlav moinlne; nt his home, 2407
Ninth Main iicnue He was nil e.
member of the ltglslnttne. an active
exponent of tlie repiirntlon fiom Lu
7eine count, u member of the state
constitutional convVntlon and the lust
of the ill-liter membeis of 1 1 Irani lodge
of Masons, the Hist chattcied In the
middle LiiUnvvnnuii alley, to pass
The flineial will be held Sundav nt
l.'.O p. in. In the Chilstlim chinch on
North -Main avenue. Intel incut will
be made in the family plot In Fulr
view temeteiy. F.lmhllisl.
A f i lend nnd nsiKlite ot Mr. Uun
nlng's for mnnv veins hnu furnlsheil
Thi' Tilbuni' with nn Intoicstlng sketch
of Mr. Dunnlng's ("ireer as follows:
"One by one they ate passing nvvnv.
nnd soon Indeed f'o last of the land
iniuks of old Piovklcncc township will
bin passed the sate. Now it l that
once fanillltr ilsute. (he Hon, A bram
It Dunntng. Ills father emigrated to
the township In 1V-- when Aluani was
but oiii' cai old and set I lid in the
nelghboihooa of Dunmoi'e. Later he
moved out l"lo what was then culled
Di Inker's F.eech. subsequently knouii
ns Dunning (pud ought to still) wheie
he lived and died, loved nnd ics.'jectcd
bv rill who krew him.
ins i:arly liff.
The subject ot our sketch aft"i n
cclving an ncndomlc education at W.v
cuning seminal y, engaged In the mer
cantile business, most of the time at
Piovldence. In which ho was onlln.ii
ily succes'tul. It Is nearl ilfty veins
ngo that the wilier saw niui m irried
to MKs M iliulii Heermans, n most ac
complished and beautiful voung ladv,
daughter nf Ileniy Heim.ins. In his
life time one n t'n most noted and
wealth niP'i of the valley.
"Dunlng's liking for pollths soon
brought him Into piominence and quite
rail In life he was lccosnl'.ed as one
nf the most nioliilsli.g voung Demo
ciats In Providence township. It vvni
ut a time when the question of n di
vision of Luz''ine county was being
ftricely agitated. His abllltv and
acri eable pieseine suggested lilir. as a
pioper nei son to lopiospnt the peiple
who favored tliccstablishnn'iit nl L 1 1
nvnnnc count, so in 1SVJ lie iccelv -d
the Demociatlc nomination for the li'
islatuie and was eluted bv a mole
than oidlnuilly Inge majoilty.
"As had In 'li antlrlnited. his void
was at nine appicilatcd at Hinilsliurg
hne he succeeded with vpi Mill
dillliultv on pi'ssing through tlie lower
house, a bill for th" crei linn of tlie
now county. In the senate it w n oii
po'ed b Muekalew, who nt that tun"
was nf inminanding lnlluence and un
doubtedly the ablest senator. It iniiM
not withstand such oinosltlnn nnd
fniied. -Mr. Dun 'ng wns re-eb ct"d
in 1.V. nnd ng-Mn In lsi4. taeh llnic .In
new couiilv nn icct lielnp acted upnii
P'nJ meeting with a similar result. Af
ter tl.al the opponents ol division sin -ceeded
In engi tiling on the con. mil
lion :l pr iviRlon which mm tic all v
mule it Impot'slblp to succeed
MA'ITi:i: OF HISTORY.
"The time, howivr lame I' r ie
tnodelllng the constliutlon and ng.'.in
tlie people tinned their eyes tnwaids
Mr. Dunning ns a piopir pinion to up
IPSPIlt the Intel est of tin Vol 111 F'ld.
bly .eondid bv Ml. Pugh. the other
member fpmi tin- si ctimi It is a uiaiti i
it lilst'.iy how wed ihev succe'ded In
cilnilnnlliig fiom the coustltutiim tlie
i.'.ijer tlon.iblp md uulusi fcatiiie, mid
placing in Its stolid n moio MvoiiUe
aitlcl" nnd uiidei which wo have now
for mailv twenty eais been eiiji.ving
the conveniences and leaping the bene
fits i,f the establishment of Lac l'n wan
na countv, alieody one of the gnat
coiintli s of the Ciimiiiouwtalth.
"No one bettci than the w titer,
knovs how much we aie Ind bled to
Mr. Dunning foi this lieiuflcli nt mcJs
uie. Faily nnd li.to lie woiked with a
iv ill;" 'it no time or place did he latter.
Ills heait and soul .vat In tlie mens
tlie. He spumed the oll'ors of poltlcal
ptPfPlllKllt which at one time weiu
held out to hint. He lonewcd the flglil
ana kept the inlth tluough all the bet
ter yean, of his life, All honor to A. Ik
Punning. H" must not be forgotten,
nor will he be.
"He wns one of the most devoted
n'ld steadfast fi lends Social, entei
tnlnlng. and blight, ho was the life
of every gatheilns In which he cn
leied. Tluough the latter yrats of his
life disease Ivid ulppled his eneigles
and In a niensuio blasted his hopes;
vol he was the same gonial and kind
ly mini with n snod word for all h.
met llo has lived a good and use
ful life and now th.it he Is gather d
to his Fut her theie r.re slnceie tenis
that will bedew his grave and a host
nf ft lends to hold him long In le
niemrance." Mr. Dunning in lS.'S moved to Flm
huist and assumed charge of his fath
er's estate ot 2,000 acies. much of w lib h
1 00 Cases
A special line. Extra
fruit in extra heavy
We offer this line much
less thau the common grades
20 lbs. finest G. Susjnr,
Triple lUend Collee, 32
cents ; 5 lbs., $L50.
Jersey Eggs, iierl'ectly
E. Q. Coursen
Wliulciiiilc and Uotull.
nnd been obtained by the latter by
direct state warrant. He engaged In
the lumbering, fanning and mercantile
Purlin; the campaign of 187" he ton
tiactcd a sevoie cold which resulted
In rheumatism, nn allllctlon which
tnnilo him a sufferer up to the time of
his death and con lined him to his
home. About live ycnis ago he moved,
vlth .Mis. Dunning, to tlie Heerman's
homsfpad, 2704 North Main avenue,
whole Mis. Dunning was born nnd
and wheie she died January I, 189.".
She was a slater of Mis. W. Vv Wlnton
and Mis. Isaac Dean.
Two uttunge coincidences are asso
ciated with his death: Mis. Dtinnlnsr
died two venrs preceding the day set
for his runetal He was boin In the
same year us v. ts Joseph Godfiey and
the two were the Inst of the chin tor
nieheis of Hlrnin lodge, F. and A, M.
to pass away. Ml. Godfrey died last
BEQIN THE NEW YEAR RIGHT.
The Host Unj is to Know Lverv-tlilng--Hrv
to do TMs,
Of com se we do not mean that ev'eiy
liody should know eveiythlng about
the multitude of the .smull nffalis of
life, but It Is possible for everybody to
be Infonned concerning mutteis of Im
pel tunco. The way to make sure that
you will be so Infoi med Is to tesolve
to lend The Cheat Philadelphia Sun
day Pi ess every Sunday during the
new year. It gives each Sunday a
nunc complete i"ionl of nil the Ini
poitnnt happenings of the wnild than
any otln'i paper It gives each Sun
day more exclusive ni tides dealing
with .special subjects in which cvoiy
liody s inlet ested than any magazine
published, nnd yet It finds spai p for nil
the news and gossip of societ of the
llteiary woiltl, spoiling world and
evety other Held in which theie Is
human Intel est.
An especially stiong feature of next
Sunday's Pic.ss will he the opening
chaplets of n new spilal by Ilaydpn
Ciuouth. the latest author to win fame.
You hud better older next Sunday's
Pi ess today.
WILL OF WILLIAM GILMORE.
lln Leaves His F-tnte lo Ills Mile,
The will of Wllll'im Gllmnre late of
Duninoie. wis vesteulay admitted to
plobate nnd letteis testanientaiy
granted t" his (laughter, Maiy Reilh
i To his wile, Jane- Glluiorc. In 1p-
' MlW.nllW lit.. Inonmn ( l.tu .itillin . Blnln
.,..b....... ..... ..... ,,,.- rt ,,fi I'lllli . iflU
ns long as she live? nnd directs tint
nflcr her death it shall go to his
d.tiu'htur, ll.n y Reiliy, In the event
of his wife mairylnt; iis.iln. she Is to
get lior lecal sliare ol the es'nte, one
ihllil. and the othei' two-thiids is to
be given to h.s cl.iusiitcr.
Lewis. Itcillv A. Dnvics'
ltusy sihco Store, will bo open even
Inrs dining December.
For mm bid conditions take RFECH
hey Host Go
Regardles1; of price or cost o. same. During this
week we will make such reductions on all goods pur
chased for the holiday trade that we have carried over.
ROCKERS All those remaining of the $7.00 or 5S.00
ones, will be cleared out at $5.00 each. You will find
them in Oak and Mahogany, upholstered in Tapestry and
BLACKING BOXES-Reduced 25 per cent.
LEFT OVER LOTS of 45c, 502 and 60c scrap and
work baskets. You can have them at 20c each.
RUGS-VVhtte Goat Rugs, $1.40.
Smyrna Rugs, $1.40, $1.90, 2.50.
S1EBECKER & WATKINS!
406 LACKAWANNA AVENUE. '
iSiW' v Ja.. v
II vsfi,TVV KriJU r$i A
to m Wmm?W
11 --) i wm m? r&r y
J . , t i &1 U'ttW M. 4 I a
r-" r 1 ( iiHUr7fr.sjf y
yy v o
Henry J. Collins, Lt.,
1 11 to 1 tl) Meridian htrectrSciuiilon, I'u, 'Iclephouo Uils;.
PAINT linPAWTMRNr-Lluneoa Oil,
VniulHli. Dryers, Jauuu uudljhlniluutuliv
Will Be Open
Hatters and Ftirn'shcr.s.
412 Spruce Street
I SETS OF TEETH, SU,
Including thi pifnloss extractliu o!
titth by an entire! new pro.'en.
S. C. SNYDER, D. D. S.,
J2i Sprue; bt., Opji. Hotel Jtrmvn.
Is a good warm Ulster or Over
coat. Christmas weather means
cold weather, and a warm outer
coat is essential. We have Ulsters
in -the best Irish Frieze or Beaver,
and our stock of Men's and Boys'
Overcoats is varied in cut, style
and material to suit the most cor
rect and fastidious taste.
Turpuntlue, Whllo Load, Coal Tur, I'ltcU
20 Lukavmm Avi, S' 1 1 jj fi .
Whulesals? ami lis' ill
ATLANTIC WHITE LEAD,
Ready Hived Tinted Paliits,
Convenient, Lconnmlciil, Ilur.ibloi
riodticlUK Perfect liiilliillonofLxpainlfe
Raynol-Js' Wood ninlsli,
Lspeilallv liosiiipclrur Insid Work.
flltrble Floor Finish,
Durable) and Uriel Hulekly
Paint Varais!? and Kal
PUR: LINSEED OIL AN) TURPENTINE
Ways Muff leh
Wc Have Them.
You Want Tliem.
Hand & Payne
'2('5 Wibliiimlcii A'.c.
Don't worry a minute
longer. Come to our store
and you will find something
for one and all. Whcclier
you want to spend 50 cents
or a thousand dollars, or any
sum between, you'll find
something rich aud useful
Best oi" goods at lowest
MS SIM.L'Ci: HTKLUT.
Open oveulns Haul tiller the holldivs.
HjXrf Htm a f-m rfti mirfti gu jrh
111 inmiiAnw lono
m JnUUHni, SuUs),
1 i li
WEICKEL mi, Jg
Q 110112 Wavliin'4oii Ave, Q
S5 Jlcais Jliiiminar,
Ucr Come 111 und 1 Qok ,' ruinij VV
inrnn umih oi"fn
full Line .Sow I5al. ' '
ill fl IS
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BELL & SKINNER, ,
Hotel Jjrmyii' Hailori,'