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TtTllWfiHKD "EVERY TKKTIXESTIAY KX7) TTtniAYHY
the cctiot.' mn.iRirrNO cowr act.
Lcal MaH Rtes.
84dsfr Fot Years Carrying Srficft-
Distances, nta, c ca
ul c Time and Present Oom
lctisaUoa WboWnls a
Job Under Uncle Sam?
Entered as second-class mutter, at ttiepnst
oflifc, Hom-sAule. Va.
Ithe farview hospital.1
Latest AvUieatlc InTernattoa Con- '
cenal Uc New Stale Ba3iAtis '
on Uic Mosc Work SaU-
The construction wtiTk 'on the mew
K. 15.11 ABlinNBEItWl. - - TKESIPEXT
W. W. WOOT, - - !AKA(?EnAXDKC"Y
M. II. Al.I.EV.
W. w. UOOII.
A Southern "Casn Belli."
Postmaster OcntTAl "George V, L.
Meyer is pnparing to award sontras
fit'BSCTiirTIOX; VUiO a tp.au. rs mivaspe Jot canying the United States mail over Stat Hospital f ot Criminal Insane, now
tlie so-caried star-Toutes an various being ncti'd at Farvaew, as progresssng
sections of the Fnited States. The pn- .comparatively favorably. As 3s Tmown .
sent contracts wpire on the thirtieth hy .onr xcadws, ground "was bToten pre
day of next ..lone and are to be awarded juratory to beginning work 'On October
for fonryears, "beginning at tlie exrira- jiist, and since that 'date .a small number
tion of the present term. The bids 'will .0f - men and teams have been steadily
be received until the fifth of next .Ian- .employed. On Monday of this -week,
nary at 4 :.'!() T. t,, and the 'decisions an- ithe 23d Inst., a large steam shovel ar-
nonneedby the tenth of the following rived frcim I'lilladelphla. and the follow-
Thc recent shooting of Kx-Senator TI10ntn, ang'day was set tap and placed In posi-
Canniiek, of Tennessee, for commenting There are many conditions umprrsed tion. for operation. There are at pres-!
on the political methods of Dnncan B. iri1he carrying out of these contracts ,mt from twenty-five tothlitj-teams, and
Cooper, in his newspaper, the Tennes-' Termrtinc livinc -m or contlgnons to the from sixty to sevcnTv-tfive men steadily
scan, of Nashville, has awakened much lTonU.tnr)t. sn-yed, that tlie -work shall .employed, and at as tlie intention .of the . "lS.lUl
. :,.:,...w.w,tiv.uv,.wl,.n,.ti,ml,, ..... .... , , 1 7 ., , , . ..... attend the theat
imi...,n. ui..iiH...m..u.i. ..... n ' ne atnie nvmi yciuiii, vnuuuy . uommission iriavang cnarge oa ane wotk , , , ji irh-.'L-3Ti Kirtiiv
the language that -was held tn justify the iWCnritv, that no Intoxicating liquors to crowd to -completion, as rapidlv as 'f!!.' i !lt.V
nmmunn. V.IU1H I ...... , iiuu oe transported, etc me curTier gooa management wall permit, this pres-, men.onp icirnruKatlmi
...... - is Tt tjiiin.i i ii ti inn; A..7?vn . c-i . .w.. .,., coTiirara mcii as aoT wie tTecuon .tn ,ll..,.,lj-'rt1,i.r irN-msSn -'"'
as 'donbtltss 4ne, for as a celeb sled
'dramatic .critic exj)Tesse3 at, the play
'comes "''like a .enspand rcfrwihlng an
tnmn breeze, -stralftlit fr.'mi the hills -of
Xew England, bringing -with at the sweet
aroma nf the wtiod and thebomelj'itim
s':c, 'of the f anm-aTd.1"
LYRIC THEATRE !
Qalncy A4bis Siwycr,""
'J'iiere T tin iqnestltm that roost people
Tcdoso to be taVen
two warrmgtactions in ttie party, wnore- ,a,.iv,.r 1nai ultmg 1be route. two large anstitntion bnildings.
by Oarmack 'had been defeated forw-i The particulars of rontes, distances Stme -of the men fiigaged iin the work
flection to the Senate, and also for the M,a nmonnts paid nnder present own- ' ATe ho'tised an the different f ami bnlld
ntunitiation for 'Governor. 'Carmac'k UractBan Wayne 'CtmntyaTe given below, '57,KS -hicli wercon the grounds ben
then became ediUir of the Tennesseean, together with tlie same Information as (tfhe State acquired possession .of the
and in its coinmn renectea v. an some ,0 pji-,. ,conl,ty Tontes whicli partially propem-. Othtirs are boarding whh the
asperity on Oooptsr. lie was warned by I accommodate Waynes iamHies convenient to tiie works, and
Cooper to discontinue the nse-of his' From FaTlsdaleby Ttrrej- and ILanrol-'still others aTe boaTdincat Wavinart.
name in the paper, mid responded with , la, to Htmesdale, 31 milt and back, six ITJt. to tlie present tame tlie greatest .dif-
Xo one can see at without feeling re
frpshpdl. Tneplnyasatonlcn H' bright
ness and ats total freedom fn -a the harl:
ntyed and the iconvcntaonal. .e ? r ".at
.charm v- 5; exweduig Sdelityt i malnre.
Tohls nrarh .of Thls ?" t'a,"' il wy, n5i3e,
arainnn arresisrat y anany, as meier
strained 1 the point wf bulisqiac. TJe
Jmag'hter itliat at aiiraiiiably".c"este I of a
kind that n 1 on? fan af-g t".
Th's. wh'i et "his play at tJie Lyric,
tin Sov. 'I'lt'li, wall Toalir" wiry at as that
'Qn.Tmy Ad.iui Sanyfj" haa popnlar
Hrj so petnli.iT to atself.
Tlie 5Tertest t nil IVamatlV StHieiset. 1
ai .. a.'u. iua-t.? masttiriaetr.
lie Sip of tie Four
lutrudoti Map liuatnasrtiaracter
PRICES 25, 35, 50 and 75c
- SALE atlbeJiMt'trffioe- at
Ia.ira. Woauesaay. Xorr. 23tla.
the following bnrlesqne salutations
"'To Maj. Duncan Brown iCtiopw, wbo
wrtmght the great ctialition'; who aeh'iev
ed the harmonious ctniflneiice 'tif incom
patible 'elements:; who welded the pew
ter handle to the wooden spoons who
grafted 'the dead bough to the living tree
and made it to 'bloom and bnrgeon and
bend with golden frnif; who made play
mates of thelamb and 'leopard, and boon
companions 'Of the spider and the "flys
who 'made soda n-id vinegar 'dwell pla-
J(n Wednesday, Sov. l:h, J!ev.
times a week, 'daily .except Sunday. 'ficnln- 'onoonnttTed bv the Contractor ,
4 ime rtuionTs.w iiiiiiui.es. m reuu- j mas oeen tosecure ooara ana iioagmgtor Thorn a 1 Clr"- and Miw Piiiv K.
edw;ith bid, l,-200. Trwent 'contract lthe 'employees. To partially .overcome , jcabfas waded at the hot, .of the
pay, $nM. .this he purposes opening a .oommissan-,,,,. 5ti ?hhola.
Frtim Otild Spring, by Kiltj-valle. .'SIko ere a large nnmber.of the 'employees J
and Dyberry to Honesdalcs miles wm be accommodated, and by airthe ' Mamed, at STilanvine, 1'a,, X.iv. ti,
and backslx times a week, 'fi btnrrs. families within axadinS'Of a.oouple 'of 1 1SKW, Fred.JI. KneselandSaraliS.'Sherer.
tniles of tlie hospital, eacbtaklngaaram- 'The 'ceremony was perfou-.mefl by 3Ie.
Btmd required w'ithb1d,l,400. IRresent
ctnrtrafrt pay, $71 H.
From Tleasant Mt.,by White Vallty,
.c.iaiyinTnesameno.tie.anawnoTaugm, AldenvTIle, Frompton and
oil and water how they might agree -to . ' , '
Maj. Duncan Brown 'Ootmer, the .great teelyville to Honesdale s 3-2S miles;
diplomat of the political Zweibnnd, be six times a weelcand back, 'fi hours,
all 'hfmor and glory forever." Km1 required with bid, $1,400 ; present
From the general northern point tif .contract, $77K.
view, it is'difficulttosee'inthisanrthlngJ From West Damascusby 'Girdland and
Tory offensive., and least of all any pro vo- .'Carky Brook to Honesdalts 1S.B0 miles,
.cation to murder. A fewhonrs after Its ' times a. week and back. 4 hours.
Bond required with ibid, $1,100. Fresent
.contract pay, $00.
Prom Tanner Falls bv Bethanv to
appearance, 'howe.-er. 'Carmac'k, while
walking with a'lady, met 'Otioper and his
stm, Robin J. 'Oooper. Carmack and
Ttinng Cooper at once""priIled their guns'"
and began firing, and'it is still a qnestion
which fired first. 'Cooper fired throe .required with b'id,$:Kn
shtits and'Oarmacktwo. 'CooperTeceived iiTact pay, $45S.tlS
ber -tif boarders, the .entire 'difficnlty wall ,, -Jiiseph Jfl. Ctileman.
ibe 'tivcrctmie. . Z Z T. ... , .
. . ... , ' Mass Almnie-, .daughter nil the Ja
Farview, anCanaantownslup, as at the Utm ,f1 South Main street,
presetnt.methescetae.offfreateTbnsmessI .flS Sn j.. j,
act.vnythanany'otberpart'oftbe'oonn-'j Uhat,aU. n Wrdnesdav, the
tv. Farties wishing to coirmmnicate .... . .
.-i ... . . . . Uth instant.
wrt.li the authorities maj- address their
Hetters to Wa3-mart w "Carbondale, Lack- Lo "Is 13 ensel-f ornierly .of 31 a ley,
aw-aamaCo.,asmaTlmatt1(TSinttO'e1t.heJ bntforsnnie time a resident of Spring
place w;IU reach the proper destination. I field, Mo., was inan-led an that dtj-on
The name of the architect 5s. J. iC. M. I Saturday. Xoivem'ber th, ant.. t.'i Mass
hSh'irk;theOontract.firis'tJeoTgeA.emis t'Ulie Fuzze'l.
the 'Contractor's suptirintendent 5s JTolm Oeoelia L. Langanand 33arry 3Gmb'le,
Von 3'1 find an lece'lent ai'Ttauent of
A FEW SIGGESTSONS :
Htinesdale, .o0 miles, six times a wet , Work, and the 'Chief Superintendenl 'tif i l,0t.li .of 13aw'lev, wererailwd an marriage
and back, i hours 40 minutes. Bond Oonstmrtjon and irenresejitjiTji-e .of ithe m nf.nrrlni- v,,i- 14 aofiR. n1 Jpihlto- tm
- ... , rcnuui
awtinnd in 'his shoulder, and 'Carmac'k
The 'Herald 'devtites all its 'editorial
space to .explaining its 'unsuccessful at
tempt to defeat FolkHorribeok for 'Com
missioner, by pub'lishing'one .of its usual
just-beftire-olection canards. 'ThTeeyears
ago they published that 33ornbeckand
Madden 'had agreed to pay Lawyers
oarle and Wilstm $3,'CKK) for their sen
ices in regard to oonitr bridges. 'Tliis
From Boyd Mills 'by Beach Lalce and
Indian 'Orchard to Honesda'le ; 'eqnal to
31' miles and back, six times a week. Melissa D. Enslin Masters 'died Xov.
'Carrier to Travel the Toad via JCevess 1 38, 190S, at fier Jiome an "Gravity, aged
Comniissitm as Dr. T. C Fatzsimmons. 1 luenastiai'tichial a'esidtiioe.ati thai tilace.
" " , by 3Iev. 1'. 'C. Winters.
OBITUARY. .,, T ,jt ir.r-'W-tll. n-n.t WiflS
'Grace Drake, 'tif Cheray 3iidge, were
united an marriage at the Jiome 'tif the
Wsbstsr's Caabridei Oirtsoa-
LYRIC THEATRE !
EDQ.I.IIMEll. - - UISIlIlElIiEIE
lUc StTOflr ProflntitJon in riar Form Ut
me it.fsi .iir souriaTia jmottitct
Mason's Comer Folks.
laigeufl Kxoditat Cemgmy.
OneTtuit tiic Laucli troni Itieslimbietfi
Prijw Book i ! I :
Finr tlift Book.- ' a-Hlacmni ojitmsat tlie itmx offloe. at
t ST3JAT (0(AV
Xk. StiulJi Canaan alxmt tw
'CJinie to bt farm an
wee ks ago.
'Owners on trips from Bovd Mills, and "65 voars 31 months and 18'davs. The lm'u- Iwents, '"n .a.iesa i.n,
v.n.n;i t?u,.. it A.m. T,rt ifn,Zrn n.-uu'vifl o;t.. i,m , .Xov.lK, 3 SKK. by the pastor of .theOiern-
Maple 'Grove House .tin trips to Bovd Saturdav, condnrted bv Rev. "George W. ! ju. J ciiutui. uaTgejiatTj oi ,(.lmillln,H,1.)j.31j,lni:,(.1,fls-
Mills, between Boyd Mills and Beach , Davis, of Scranton, and Rer. H. L. ' "'"'''''- tended the wedding. fc ateaa W.s r.KXSX.
ILal-e.. 4 'hours. Bond TeqriiTed with , Benville of South 'Canaan. Interment ivo p.'ipnlarMiddletown,X. V., State
I biclitl,2(K'. lTesenl contractpay,ti.i;. ,un .ast loemetery, at -bonth lUanaan. istie ffjospilail peopls were joined an tii? 5i i'.v
From Welcome Lake, by Ing'lebaTtlt, 'leaves to imourntheiTlossa3insband and libondsof wedlock on Thursday, Xsv.
i to Xarrowsbnrg, X. V.,7 tniles and lidanghter, three sisters, four brothers, ri,v. ,().. w .dav Daniel 23 affoird
'lilift. -fiiv tillit ,n wef'k irtirn ..Inlv 3st tfl ttliww. -ctmarrt& UTirt .finp t..n.(Hnnnrlifr
........ ........ l. 'l..'i......l n ' ...... i ....f,"....
iiwBBiiiiiiu, pure iinu (.pt, .nnj three times n week the
simple, and this year theycomeont with, ,oaci, T(.ar. B((na Tequired
The Best is the Cheapest
Lyric Theatre 1
TUESDAY EVE., DEC I
W. A. RKAHY anfl JttSEPH J1.;KI5
MEK introflutie tlie riay tf the year
a 'Communication that Htirn'hec'k placed
BryanVpicturctips'ide down tin his Ilan
cock property, the 'day that Bryan was
to pasri throngh that town. The only
truth in this story was that 'Hornbeek
owns property at Hancock, and the
Demoeints of that town, lcnowing'tif his
libeniliry, ttiok th.- 'privilege of -plnciug 11
picture tif Bryan nptui hi properly,
while 1 lorn heck was away tin business.
It is possible that the picture was placed
upside 'down, as the Bryanite-., who did
the placing were in a very .exuberant
condition that da . Ontlie other hand,
u number of Uttn ' "ipl" eiaimthnt
the pietnre wns riirhtide up. Th" F.di
tor fif th.' . iriiei-the cam
era, know. Unit to look through glincs
urrniiged in a .certain way, thing have
an inverted look, and it ii- just po.isible
(hat his informants all had cameras with
them that day. Tiii- question may never
lie solved, but it is a fact that 11 few days
afterward the American people not only
stood Bryan on hi head, but told him
very emphatically for the third time to
'On fiirtti hiifi i, Kit iloirii!"
required juanin Tammany icnowu as luarry
with bid, $7(KI. Present 'Otmtract pay Balles, died at. his homeon Jlidge street,
$3Hi.(i. ,f,n Monday afternoon. He was 72 years
From 'Greentown, by Xewfonndland 'f1d last spring. At theontbreaUof the
and Angels, to 'Gonldsboro, 11 miles rebellion he-enlisted an thefirst company
and back, six times a week. Bond re- that went out from Uouesdale Co. 'C
quiretl with bid $l,00'.l. Tresent contract
Frtim Lfiid's Valley, by Blooming
'Grove and Tal'ton, tn Haw ley, 14 miles
and hack, rix time-, a week. Bind re
quired with hid, !1 ,000. Tresent cmtriict
Frtim I'linther, by Smith Sterling, La
in tm and J.Iountaiii'home, to 'Creseo, I"'
niilci) and back, n; times a week. liond
r-'fitiired with bid, $l,0!i:. T'resenl eun
trncl jiay, !p."!K.
Frfim Sholiola Fall-, by 'Greeley, to
Liiekawaxen, fi'. miles and back, six
(ith Fa. licserves and participated in
the battles of Dranesvllle. ihe second
Bull linn, Sonth Mountain, Antietani
and Frederit-ksbnTg. in the latter .en
gagement Dec. 3", 1S(12 hi lliigh bone
wii" lirokeu'by a niuket ball. Hii- divi--ion
charged and brolie the right of Ihe
rebel lints but not being snpported, and
its ammnnil.i.in becoming exhau-ted, it
wa oJ.i!iged to fallback. Inlheretreat,
Mr. Balles va ennied to the rear b;
Isiilie II. Bail. .Ineob F. Kiit-., and 'George
Porter. His wound was such as to nnfit
' him for further dnty, and he was dis-
Foii several year.- past, most of the
Protestant denoininntionf in the Fnited
States -nd Fnglnmi have eompliiined fif
a lack tif capable young men for the
ministry. And now it seems that the
time a week. Btmd required with bid, charged on March n, 180.'!. 11 N wife
$800. Tresent contract pay, $400. i died .Inly Slh, 30(N, and he is sur-
From Orosse-,, by Taupack, 'Gnnible'fc ' vived by three children Peter, fireman
and J'nft'in, to llawley, 10 miles and .on a D. A H. freight train.; Margaret,
back, six times a week. Bond Teqnired wife of 'George Weidner ; and Miss Mary,
with bid, $3, 200, Present contract pay, at home. 31i fnneral will take place tin
.f'Oi'S. , Thursday, at nine o'clock. A.m., at the
t German 'Catholic church. All veteran.
They.Put Stamps On. lln. inyitedtt. attend.
One peculiar condition created by the ,
souvenirpost cardcrane that has pre- The Sign of The Four.
vailed for the past few years is the fact hvSintUnl EnRliffh ;,.,, b(inl in ,
and Mass Bessie B. Skinner were quietly i
marriedat the 'borne of the brid'-an East
Branch, X. V. The 'ceremony wa 7ier-.
formedbyt.be 3!ev. 33. C. Lynch 'ol the
1 Bitist 'dhnTcb at Ea.t Branali and the
marriage was witn:sse3 by th- bride"s
parents. The groom is a -som fif A I rah
'Giffnrd.of Equinan''.;, thi- county, an!
the bride is a 'daughter of Sidn-y Skin
nier, of East Branch. Mr. and M's.
'Gifi rd .are we'll 'known at th- State
33o-pital and in Middletown, where tluy
have a 'host -of friends.
Ko . Knii. Schori1 opened Monday,
after a vacation of two week". 'iVonew
student were enrolled, Buy Demitig and
The teacheis from this section report
luuing liad a piea-anttimeat tbeeonnly
Mi-- -Clara Trentis left Wydnesday
"last for New York, whre'-.he will aeside
with her brother. Mis- Prentiss will be
FTciiflv missed liviier friend- intlil- com-
'"'cbSW 'CUark' spent par, of las, week , St 0YCS & FHFIiaCeS
The A.. L. V. Society held a bnsine- I n pnn jmn RflOljnH
meeting Thursday afternoon. 4 11 'U ijUi--Mi,S'
The teachers of Mount IMeasiinl tovni- .. Mvrll rnP
ship willholda local institntein the high ESTIMATES G1VCH FO..
school, Dec. oil,. County Snerintei.at nt Steaill, HOt Water 2nd Hot kT
,i. .1. viewer win oe nresem. .in are
. He In
GreaiPlay Exceieat Company
TRICHS5.5o, 75 Si and 5i.5o
ff"HA'I' sAUJ lit 'hol'oflir'i' at !l oVJock.
a. au loiifliij'.Xov. fin.
IN THE SHOW
G. P. SOMMER'S are
invited to betireaent.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Kennedy have been
visiting friends in 3'roinptou forlhe last !
that people are putting one .cent stamps i ,,,.,; . .T,,1,lf,ti,,:ft .,,. n,,rn a,,,. Tfl' , .,.,.!.. ...
on, .,e K.,vei'iiiiiem po-, chiuh u,u.,- gent mother, is orphaned by frer father's '.at Htmesdale.
Jloncsoiile. 3'a.. 'u
Si, l!h. fWwft
Catholic churches in this etiitntry are sur-jT(.llcivhave the sttimiis j.rinted 'upon
fering from a flearth tif liriests. "Under i them. They are sti in the habit tif nut- ' ', ,1. . . i .. li. r room, who have been 'confined to their
. .. . ...... ."..., .... .....1..... ...n.iiun.u ii IJ.nml.
t.tit uririv heinf niintilf. to Tiny 'tiis .rlitlits. ....l .1... ... ..... ,,-nc ,...,...1.01 'Int.-
....... n ... . " IU1U III. LI I. .1 I ..111 II. L .,-. .V.I.V'.LU ...ft
.,.VItl flttl . . . . . . . ...' .. I , n
the new coast artillery law , the rresitlent ting stamps on the. souvenir 'cards, that
ueaignatett live army ehuplamcies to be when thev buv government
filled by 'Catholics, and sent circulars to t-t1(. stamps already .on they immediately
all the bishops asking them to suggest covcir up the face tif Mckinley with a
suitable priests for this purpose. The pietnre-of ft. Franklin, and thereby lose
replica indicate that few, if any, can be om.'cenl.
supplied. 'One bishop writes that he has1 jv reportorluiR epiestioned several post-
need of twenty more priests for diocesan maMers concerning 'the matter and thev
,tl, nrl.ntiiliMM. uv.rl.- iH.W.r.ul i III' tlll'Ce CllliCtretl fit -llsS .MUIief 6
homes with 'diphtheria, liave fecovcitd,
intine was removed last
No new cases have de-
1 throngh selfish 'motives takes the girl In ' Wednesday
to his home, where after a short stay the velopen.
girl while going over her father's papers, Kaplewood,
discovers a crudely drawn plan, show- -(V vianv
mg a route to some nearby mountain.
'On the back of the drawing were writ
ten the words, "One hundred diamonds,
work, uiidcan spare none. Anotlmrsays sav that there is scarcely a 'day but they ,., ,,, ' , 1 ..,
III. .mll It.til fi.vt-f n.nn. I ft uo.kL. m" l.n I I "S"' I u" ihl'Oll
... ............ ...... " " n "ln"" Km'""lcm " leralds," and .countless other precious
Ihim 1 1t. 11. A . 1. fl.i... U.l .. Hllll I... l.tm ... .. ....j ,.1 . .. ... I ! ' 1 1I--IIII
iere are suffering
from severe colds. Miss Jones, onr pri
mary teacher, was aftlic.ted so badly that
ul.f. lnirl -tn .r.loHM lipr Hftiool.
Mr. and Mrs. G. I). Htevens passed il'e.Hida AfJA'U!!"'.''.'.' ,i.,"V.I.?J:,,
ihrougli this place on their waytoand ai(iiMrtults. 1'a.. Jifiv.i'l'. IM". ' ' :isv:i '
3TL3CAT10N FOB CHMiTi:!.'.
A In the Court oi' Comnitin 3'le.as of
Wayne ioimty. Notici'lshcreliv riven tluil
im ittiiilicullon will lie niiitle to tlie JJon. (th.
i. Purdy. 3'rcsiaent .lutltrc of Die iifuresaltJ
(lourt.at 'Cliuinliers In the Court House. on
tlie fifteenth tiny of Jiecemticr, M 3D'
o'clocl; ft.w.. untlertl.c Act of A'.-frnlitj' cnai-1
.tied "'An Act toprovlde for the Incorporation
iinrt Tesulatlon of eertuln ('oriKiriiticins," iii
lirtivefl A7irll2lltli,l'74 unci she supplements
thereto, for Ihe charter oi mi Intended .eoriio
riition to be called (lie Jlalkcoiirf-'oiiit'tery
'Oompany.tiif enariKiiT una oinni'i wnernoi 1 ri;. 4 -it
Is for tlie maintenance of a public cemetery. UJiilliy I'r A.
unci fnrihem.tiuriitises to liitt'. n(eesk find
enjoy all therisrhts, heiietlt'iiiiidprivilcKesoI
... ......... ,....,.,.., .,, ..e.ius fitnmps jmsiea over tne suvmii aireauy 1 ,(f .,lich nronHed CUI.losi.
, mn V. K ""-i'r .'.' prim en t in u.epoHiai. itv and a desire to learn
aim is now snori 01 neip, jnorner ae
claresithat the e.liureh could put fifteen
hundred more priests to work 'to-morrow,
if she had them. From every quarter m.vim) nt th(. HoueHdale Methodist
the replies 'were in the same strain, and ,,iurrih( .m.xt unaUy, Nov. idth. At
it does nol appear that any priests' can the inoriiing service the pastor will take
beobtnined for'the. existing vacancies. fn , ,..,.., .T1.( ModerateTJrinker."
Noblutown, where they attended
ty and a desire to learn more of the
mysterious papers. By spine unfortu
nate chain tif 'circumstances, 'Colonel
Scholto's 'wife becomes aware tif the
value of the drawings and snoceeds in
stealingthem from Agra's room. Agra,
in a fit of 'desperation, seeks aid of her
old friend, Dr. 'Watson, wht
the funeral fif Mrs. Stevens1 cousin. vrOTICE OF ADMlNlSTIfATiOX.
Mr. Kipp.of Elmhurst, gave moving j ustati: of
picture oniurtaintnent in the Bed Meifs .,10nKT.3!AlJ..liiteof31tinesdule, j 11.
tluil nt tills iilnei liiHt Wiidni-sdiiv even- , Alltiersons lnfliilitt'd to wild eHluteare notl
ilall, at tins piact., last uettntsaaj tvtm , (1d1(',mul;(. Imlll(,alt(. 1IUy.t 10 the lin
ing. 3t was very interesting. tlersiCTieaj and those 'Imvlns.eliUmH auuliiKt
Bevival meetings are in progress in tlie suld estute urenotllled to present tbenn
the M.E. church. We hopethatthe effort fluls .utteHted l.r sett Jnimit y
will not be in vain, but that some may ' .10.-1.3 3-t A. J.tijijn.l.xetuttir.
find unrist as ttitur navior. AiOTlfR fllf AI)MlK3STJtATJG5:..
Iii'order to afford the ollice forcC'tif
"The 'Oitizen" an opportunity for a I.Ohorrv Itidge.'onSunduv, Dec. (Ith, and
proper observance 'of ThankHgiving'aay, j nt Xltiadleys, Sunday, Dec. l.'ltlt, at ii:fi()
advises niovinc slowlv from their recant illness,
Qn the evening the .luniorMeohanics will , her to call upon Sherlock Holmes in his na Mr. Bosonbcrger intends to again
attend in a body, and the services wil , Lollao home, which sbe.does, and af- X.'JZ
ui-in u iHiuiiimj'uiun, ter'niany iiarrowiiig 'experiences, nnm-' jnr, jv.ll are 'Coraiallv 'invited
Bev. Win. H. Hiller will preach at
Key. and Mrs. Kosenborger are un- I jyj Estate of Albeit Wiitmore, late of
Friday's issue .of the paper will 'be
omitted. The next 'number will beda
tod "WedneBday, Decembor 2d,
New I'ortiores, Kurb, 'Curtains und
'Ourpets at Menkek & 'Oo'b. 22eitf
T. nt. Therewill be no sumoes nt 'either
of these places next Sunday.
Kev. William F.JHopp will oonduot
ThaiikBgiving services in St. -John's
Lutheran .church, to-morrow, Thursday
-morning, at 7:30 o'clock.
erous adventures and considerable de
tective work, Holmes succeeds iiiToturn-
Mrs. Alba Black is 'on the sick list.
Elna Jones lias had a mild attack of
... ..... . i ;i 1 1 L.kiru iivia..
mg the pajierfl to tneir riBbttui owner TVeaerlck Keene has ct.ne to Fittston,
and 'itiiuiasking the plotters, who, 'dur
ing Holmes'siihase after thepaperswore
rilowly iioiBoning the girl Agra. '"Tlie
Sign 'Of The Four" 'oouics to the Lyric
for matinee and .evening, Thanksgiving
to assist Berton Noble in preparing for
his Thanksgiving tradti.
Mrs. GibbB,'of Scranton, visited friends
-James Clark and son, -of New Vorlc
State, visited James Powell and family
One will be given to tlie MOST
l'OPFLAli SCHOOL TEACH
3CK, either lad v or gentleman, an
Wayne eount'v, fin CHB3ST
MAS DAY. December 25,1W)8.
ItaSr-.SJvery purchaser will be entitled to
Worth of 3oods pur
chased in SOMMER'S STOKE, coiu-
llonesaale bortiueh, oiitwiiHea. All iiersons . d,.,.,, n, ojtli
Indebted to said estate nrenottned to muke mencing Nov. ItUito.Dec -ti
Immediate payment 1 o the unflerHlsned 5 Jtnd
inose nuvuic claims acumsi saia usmieaire
ntrtlflodto-preneiit jlliem, duly attested, lor
settlement1 HKXJtY WlLtsOX,
aiwli Administrator ct a
FK)K JOB PRINTING call at tlie Tlie
Oitizen )ffioe. Bill Heads, Statients,
Letter Heads, Circulars, Hand Bills,
Public "Sale Bills, Programs, Ticket, Etc"
A visit to Mevxeb & Co'fi CJoali and
Suit .department m-ill .convince buyers of
the style and cloth qualities of their
BALLOTS to be 'dejiosited in sealed
btix, and .counted Christmas we by s
ofimmittee to be apptiiuted by County
Superintendent, J. J. KceJiler.
LET US TAKE CARE OF
H wiiigay yBH to cM at the
GOLOEN'S OPTICAL PARLORS.
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