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THE SOTJANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MOItNTNGK FEBRUARY 19, 18J)7.
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AN ELECTION AFFRAY.
I'ntiiclJ IJrogun, SunciIn Initircd nt
Aichlmld, Agnin in the Hospital.
A young man who, some time ago,
Mas n patient at tho 1 opltnl In this
city, named Patilck Hiog'tn. as stab
bed tit Aichbald bj a man v. ho v n
discussing the lesults of tlio election.
Mi Hiogan Is a b.u tender In a aloon
in AiclibaUl. In the p'-enlng of election
day thiee men came In, and all engaged
In a heated contioveisy. luogan as
serts that one of them, John Lane,
diew a latge pocket Knife and stabbed
him twice in the back, making one
wound neai 1 fom inches deep, and then
Indicted seeral deep gashes upon his
head and ncioss the face.
Biogan -was tenibly wounded and
eiv weak fiom loss of blood. Not
finding a doctor he boaided the tialn,
which leaclies Caibondale at 7 o'clock,
and was assisted to the olilee of Di
.1. K Jenkins who, some time ago, am
putated half of his foot which had been
injured on the Ontailo and Western
rallioad. Fiom the doctors olllce he
was taken to the hospital wheic his
wounds weie diessed Ills condition is
cntlcal, but It Is thought that he will
ncoNer. Before going to the hospital,
In company of Constable Moian, he
went befoie Aldeiman liakei and had a
wanent Issued for the an est of Lane
The constable Is now looking lot him.
Ing Misses Kate O'Horo and Delia nu
nne, of Green Hldge.
Hon, K. n. Hendrlck was In Scranton
on business yestetday.
n. P. Hut Ice, of Main street, Is Buffer
ing from nn attack ot "la gilppe."
MIbs Minnie lit own visited fi lends In
Torest City this week.
William i:. Watt has been appointed
a notaiy public for this city. He will
be found at tho olllco of J. F. Itey
nolds on Main stiect.
Mis. A. H. Nlcol, of Scranton, called
on fi lends In town yestetday.
Hdward Hartwell, of Cottage stieet,
Is visiting his mother, Mis. William
Hal tw ell, in Ulnghainton.
Stanley Stone Is quite ill with typhoid
Mis. John Jnmes, of this city, at
tended tho golden wedding of Mr. and
Mrs. John llobeits, of Pittston, Wed
nesday Mrs. II. S. Moigan and Mis. Isaac
Tonkin wete the guests of Mis. John
II. Humphiey In Jeimyn this week.
Wednesday Mrs. P. J. Walsh, of Pike
stieet, left for an extended visit in
Heniy Kearney, of Scott stieet, is
confined to his home by Illness.
James Wheeler and Atthur Whitter
fleld, of Olyphant, were visitors nt the
home of M J. O'Neill Wednesday.
Miss llnmc Claik,
lsitfng fi lends here,
Fiank, the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas J. Kelly, Is dangeiously 111. An
abscess has foimed on his thigh which
cruises him Intense pain.
The Tilbhne piesents today a poi
trait of John K. Jones, who was elect
ed to the council fiom the Flist wnid
on Tuesday last. Jlr. Jones Is an abl
CRESCENT CLUB SOCIAL.
Large Number ol Guests ei
A laigo number of guests weie pies
ent at the Cieseent club social on Wed
nesday evening, ghen nt the Huike
building. The enteitainment wab en
joyed by many from out of town, and
was a eiy successful aflali in all io
spects. Among tho fi lends present from out
of the city weie- The Misses Llie
Healey, Kittle Culkin, Tessie Kein,
Kate O'Hoio. and Delia Iluane, of
Scianton; Celia Moian, Aldenvllle;
Maggie and Lizzie Colllne, Tettnyn;
JIary Foote, Aichbald; Clara Maioney,
Susquehanna, and Messis John Foote,
Archbald; James Wheeler, Arthui
Whittei field, Oil pliant; William Mc
Laughlin Jeimyn Iko M ulelbso'in
Ji ii.i JlcOatthy, Wlll'mn and Patthk
Piigan, May Held; M - is -salu
Scianton, furnlbhed the lpuslc and Pio
frssot Jnmes McLaughlin wab piotnpt
(.1. Meie than two bundled in lted
guests enjoyed the occasion.
an aggiesslve young man who will un
doubtedly lellect ciedlt on the people
who selected him as their repiesenta
tie. Mr. Jones succeeds his biothei, H
A Jones, the piesldent of the piesent
Koj stone Quartette nt Wilkos-Hnrre.
A liige delegation from this city at
tended Father Cuuan's fair on Wed
nesdav eening nt "Vtlkes-I5aiie Jt
was Caibondale night and the Keystone
quaitette weie piesent and lendeied
sepinl selections which weie well np
pieclated. The following are membeis
ot the club. Iciehaid Keiwln, T. H
KUkwood, P. J. Bojlan. Patilck Klik
wood, Joseph Boylan and John
Dr. Wheeler's Lecture.
The subject of Dr Wheelet's lecture
on Wednesday evening to the muses
at the hospital was the "Cli dilation ot
the Blood." The lecture was lllustiated
by steieoptlcon views. The heait of a
calf was exhibited showing how tho
blood Is forced Into cli dilation. The
lectin e thus lllustiated was eiy in
bti active and gae lmpoitant lnfoimu-tlon.
The borough election Tuesday passed
off eiy quietly, 33S votes weie polled
and dibtrlbuted as follows: Biugcss,
John H. Thompson, 243; town council,
W. N. Pleison, 177; Lot Atkinson, 1S3.
Homy Kealler, 1S1; P. II. Hughes, u
High constable, Nathan Tanner, ?0S,
Daniel Waterson, 110. School dlieoton
tlnee yeais, S Geaiy, 200; M. S Kim
ble, 20fi, J. V.. Mandeille. 1C2, Coniad
Mauiei, 127. Two yeais, T. W. Schalm,
J10, Trank Wegge, 111 Judge of elec
tion, H. J. Atkinson. 219, J. L Tigue,
1SJ. Inspector of election, F. I. Stev
enson, 201; V.illism Bolnnd, 149 Audl
toi 11. F Waig, 'i. On ei seer nt the
in i, T F Wall ".'1 ifbu M Stone.
127. Tax collector, i'. Ammeimin 1C
Nicholas Madeier, IS I.
The ieult of the election In the ad
joining township of Palmjra was as
follows: Judge of election, Janieb Van
deimaik, U1, M. J. McDonald, CS. In
spector of election, P. M. Nealon, 31,
Thomas Mnlia, CS. School dliectois,
thiee yeais, J. A Collum, 53. P. M
Nealon, 44; M J. McDonald, CC, John
I' riynn, 79 Supeivlsoi, Biyan Mat
theNb, CI, Thomas Biodorick, C9 Onci
seer of the pool, John McGinty, Gi, T
r. Biodeiick, C4 Auditor, Geoige Het
tinger, 110; Charles DUiott, 111. Town
cleik, Michael Coicotan, 112. Justice
of the peace, Charles Elliott, 112; J. J
Smith, 107. Tieasuier, M. W. Cole, 13
A sleighing paity compilslng ten la
dies enjoyed a pleasant ride to Seely
llle on Tuesday. They weie entei-
talned at the home of Mr. and Mis
George Ammeimun, who weie foimer
lesldents of this place.
Mr. Alexander Green, NNho has been
Nlsltlng In Philadelphia, returned home
Wednesday eNenlng. While aNny, he
inspected the NNarshlp Biooklyn, which
Is on diy dock.
The William Walker Hose company
will attend the Mitchell Hose company
fair lit Carbondiile this eNenlng.
Mr. Thomas Thomas has purchased
the old Goodileh pioperty on Main
htreot. He will make homo linpiove
inents on the piopeity.
Jtlss Geitiude Davl, of Second street,
Is visiting fi lends in Mooslc
MIhh Jennie Solomon spent jestoiday
Mr. Mathenv Leslie, of the last Side,
was In Scianton yestciday.
The follow hit; attended the Cieseent
social nt Caibondale on Wednesday
cn Piling' Mioses Lizzie Collins, Maggie
Itoache, Maggie Collins, Sadie Timlin,
and Messrs Patilck Beigan, Heniy
Collins, Will McLaughlin, Joseph Sulll
an and Patrick Timlin.
Mis. John 11. Solomon and daughter,
Maltha, spent yesleiday In Scianton.
At the Sunday school Institute hld
at 1'ilcebuig yestciday, Mi. Chailes F
Bakei was piesent and made un elo
quent address on "Primal y Woik,"
which was well lecehed
HNangelist Dembtoi will commence
holding sen Ices In the Pilmltlve Jleth
odlst chui cli on AVednesday, the 24th
Inst. SeiNlces will be held aftei noons
and nenlngs. Mi. Demster comes high
Piofessor Callahan, gf Scranton, wab
tiansactlng busine"-s heie yesteiday.
Mis. Thomas Mlllei is quite 111 at
liei home on the linst Side.
Mi. John Walsh Is an aspirant for
the Mayfleld postofllee, and is ciiculat
Ing a petition.
Mis Jennings, of Austtalla, and Miss
Nan Mitchell and NelHe Solomon, of
Caibondale. spent Wednesday with
Mis. John Solomon.
The following Is a paitlal list of tho
numbeis on the piogiainme which will
be given at the Methodist chuich on
Monday eNenlng by Miss Caiolyne Doi
se . "Aiehie Dean," humorcus; "The
Hi-j;h Tide," pathetic; "Delne Hope."
pathetic; ' The Chariot Bace," descrlp
tiNe; "Toby's Monument," pathetic;
"O'Giady's Goat," Irish dialect; "Sta
tion Vgent's Stoiy,' pathetic; "Mi.
Schmidt's Mistake" Geiman dialect:
'A Poat at Sp.i," "Paul IUn ore's Hide,"
"Tin- len," "The Foiward Dubtei,'
"Biddy's Tilals Among the lankees,
'The Baitcndei's Stoij," temperance,
"The Cuise of Om Natlon,"teirpeiance,
"Paithentp," "Leah," "Mnmm's Lll'
Boy," Negto dlalccf "Lusca," "Lear's
Cuise Iliion Gcnclle "
Myitle, daughtei of Mr. and Mis
John Slesle. who has been ill with the
measles, Is much better.
Mi and Mis. Aithur Korston, of
Hendlnm. aie the guests of the lattei's
slstei. Mis. Fiedeilck S. Friend, on
A number of the men of St. James'
Hpiscopal chinch at a meeting held
Monday ocnlng, oiganued a guild and
elected the folloNlng olllceis: Presi
dent, Cnh in Vail; vice president, Lew is
Monls; tieasuier, Thomas lilch, sec
letaiy, Geoige S Dunn.
The conceit held In DnteiprNe hall
on Wednesday evning was a decided
musical success. Among those who as
sisted for the conceit fiom out of town
weie Miss Mabel Hutchings, of Moosic,
Mi and Mis Ai thill Keiston, of Rend
hunr Miss Foote, of Aichbald, and
Miss Miiy Maxwell, of Caibondale
Dach aitlst showed tl.eii ability In a
Neiv ci editable manner. Glhoj's oi
ehcstia, of Arhl'ild, was piesent and
i -.n 1, e' ev i.il s lection" In t'n lr usu
,1 billlint stNl". Mis J P Or-
nois il - Hi 1 'los mi ii r usu ii '-ie
unl al iln . lhc corn, i selo b Ttcie'
-or Stephens sn.is wi.ll lendeied, an J
gieatU appiecluled by the aucilence as
albo was the duet b Miss Gaidner and
Peicj Ilouliton Last but not lea3t,
Mi. Alex Davis, was present, and al
though not e.N'.ected, he consented to
gle a lew selections, and was sety
the service the remains were conveyed
to St. Patilek's cemetery, whore In
terment was made. The pall-bearers
Nvere James J. Lynch, Patrick Lynch,
Hdward Ply nn, James J. Walsh, Thos.
Gllboy and Thomas Walker.
SeNeial membeis of the Pieshyteilnn
'hutch conducted a well attended and
successful "C" soclnl and entertain
ment in that edifice last evening. A
good progrnmme was rendered.
The Heptasophs are making elah
oiato prepatatlons for their banquet
to be held on Monday evening.
Calvin Vail has accepted a position
ns salesninn for the Weston Mill com
pany. Miss Mnggle O'Malley was temleied a
pleaFant surprise party by a number
of her fi lends oii Wednesday. The af
fair proved a most enjoyable one.
A WOJEAN'S BODY.
"What Ita Nogloot Loads to. Mrs. Ohno.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES.
Misses Margarito and Hannah KU
lum are the guests of fi lends In Wllkes
Baue. A P. Trautweln and AV. II. Heller, of
the Hendrlck Manufnctuilng company,
went to Nonv York city yesteiday.
Miss Alida Nealon, of South Church
street, is entertaining Miss LUlc
Caiey, of Hyde Paik.
Miss Cecilia Dufty, of Olyphant, is
visiting relatives In this city
Thomas Lewis has leslgned his posi
tion at B. S. Claik's.
AVlllam J. Hamilton, of tho Hendilck
Manufactuilng company, is visiting
f i lends In Albany and New York.
Mis. J. C. Lindsay, foimeily of this
city, is seriously ill at her home In
Manllus, N. Y.
Mis. F. F. Forbes and Miss Maude
Hatnden were the sruests of Miss Cora
A'ojle, of Olyphant, AVednesdaj.
Miss Augusta Joyce Is 111 at her home
on AVayno street.
Miss Frances Abbott vas the guest
of Miss Lizzie Illtclicoek, of Gieen
Mis. Chailes Lewsloy, of Olyphant,
Is visiting1 friens In this city.
Miss Biidget McAndiew is entertain-
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Mr. and Mrs. Unos SNNaitz and daugh
ter, Zora, weie the guests of Mr. and
Mis. Charles Noack on Tuesday.
Miss Nellie Hinds, who lias been
spending seveial weeks In Mooslc, le
turned AVednesday accompanied by her
cousin. Miss Bessie Hinds.
Messis. HoNaid Bone, Bushnel Bion
son, Wallace Smith and Daniel AVes
cott, of Dunmoie, called on fi lends In
toNNn on Sunday.
Miss Floience Cannon left AVedni sJay
for Long Island city, where she 111
spend a few weeks NNlth her biother,
Mi. nud Mis. AV. F. Clements aie
spending the week with fi lends In New
A jolly party of ladles and gentle
men took advantage of the elegant
sleighing Tuesday night and diove to
the home of Mi and Mi s. J. M Khoads,
LUinhuist, wheie they spent a most de
lightful evening indulging in games and
music until a late hout, aftei which a
s,eiy palatable supper was solved. The
paity consisted of Mr. nnd Mis. Daniel
IlNans, Mr. and Mis. Adam Yeager, Mi.
and Mis. Chailes Yeager, Mr. and Mis
Thomas Johns, Mr. and Mis, John Ly
man, Mr. and Mrs. Chai les Adams,
Mrs. B. F. Hardenbuig, Mis. I A.
Yeager, Misses Uuth Gaulnei, Sue Pyle,
Bessie Ple, Blanche Smith, Mollie No
ack, Bessie Swatts, Lily Rwaits, Laura
Yeager, Grace Hathiill, Nettle TJvans,
Myiel Lyman, Kmmu Yeagei, Jessie
Haidenbuig, Messis. Trauk Posten,
1'iank Cannon, Albert Yeager, A'oinon
A" eager, Charles Hvans, EdNNuul Tfal
and Stephen Sin aits.
Mrs. H. AV. Da Is and daughter, Flor
ence, of LMmhurst, spent Thuisday Nlth
her paients, Jlr. and Mis. C. Noack.
49 LACX&. AVEflUE.
The Mendelssohn Glee club, the excel
lent musical oigaulzatlou over which
Professor J. Luther Morgan w lelds the
baton, will present the cantata, "Ls
ther, the Beautiful Queen," levlsed,
A meeting was held last evening In
the club's looms and the dlffeient parts
NVeie assigned to the vaiious members
and their auxiliaries who will assist
In the lendltlon. It is pioposed to pre
bent tho cantata on May 30, and le
heaisals will be held at least twice a
NNeek before the time of pioductlon.
Miss Minnie BoNven, of Caibondale, Is
the guest of Miss Flo Allen,
Mis. D, K. A'aughn Is visiting friends
Ten membeis weie piesent at the
council meeting on AVednesday night
The minutes of the pieNloiib meeting
weie appioved as lead. StiPet Com
missioner How aid sent In his lepoit
for the month of Januaiy, but the
stieet committee would not accept It,
nnd it was tabled. A batch of bills
was then lead and lefened to the piop-
er committees for appioNal Mi. Pat
ten lepoited that In putsuance with
the council's lequest a btoNe was
placed In the council loom. Mi. Tins
ley lepoited that ex-Secietaiv Cum
mlngs bald he would liUNe his books
for the council that evening, but he
failed to keep his piomlse. The com
mittee was continued. Mr. Patten
wanted to knov by what authoilty the
boiough electilclan had cut the light
off heNeial buslnets places in the boi
ough. None of the counc Union beemed
to know am thing about the mattei,
and a committee consisting of Mesbrs
Patten and Cm ran was appointed to
bilng the electilclan befoie the bodj
to explain Hx-Chlef of Police "Ted"
Cayglll NNas seveiely censured by Coun
cilman Patten for blowing the fit e
gong on election night. Mi. CajgUl
was piesent and apologized for his ac
tion Mi W. II Campbell asked per
inlslon of the council to tempoiailly
lemoNe the letalnlng wall at the
bildge. Ills lequest was lefened to
the stieet committee. A lengthv piop-
os-ltlon was lead fiom AVIlllam H. Tay
loi, of Scranton, to entei Into a contiaet
for the tiansfel lence of the new elec
ttlc plant foi a peilod of ten jears or
'uch time as the borough Is In a posi
tion to ledeem It. On motion of Mr.
Cuuan the pioposltlon NNas lefened to
the boiough attorney, Mr. O'Malley,
for his opinion. Mr. Gannon stated
that seveial ciosswulks weie needed
on Dunmoie stieet. The street com
mittee was Instructed to attend to the
mattei. The meeting then adjourned
to meet next AVednesday night in ol
der to hear Sectetaiy Schubinehl's te
poit foi the yeai.
The many fi lends of the late Mis
Heniy AVahl, who died on Monday last,
attended the funeial services which
weie conducted at 10 o'clock yesteiday
morning, A solemn high mass was
celebrated In St Patilek's chutch, af
ter NNhlch tho funeral seimon NNas de
lKeied by Uev J M. Smoulter. Aftei
The mum social to be held at tho
home of Mabel Bell's tonight promises
to be nn event of the season. You are
not expected to keep mum the time
you nrilve until you go home, but you
will be highly amused. Something en
tirely now. A Very fine piogiainme
nnIII be tendered, consisting of violin
duets, piano solos, lecltations, etc. Miss
Oiace AVlnchell. of Green Ridge, will be
the elocutionist. Mary L Peck, pianist,
of Scianton, and Mr. L Cnllender, vio
linist, will paitielpate. Remember It
Is tonight and you and all your fi lends
On Tuesday nfteinoon occuned the
funeral of Mrs. Luclnla Bow en, one of
the oldest lesldents of Blakely boiough,
and doubtless the one w ho spent more
yeais In Blakely township than anyone
else ever did, haNlng surNlved her
biother, the late Stephen Callendei,
esq , bv neai ly a yeat and a half. She
was the last lepresentatlNe In this vic
inity of the second generation of the
descendants of Samuel Callender, of
Rovolutlonniy fame, in honor of whom
the Callender leunlon Nns oiganlzed
In 18S1, thiough the effoits of Rev.
Nathan Callender, himself a giandson
of the old soldlei. At thnt time there
were ten of that genet atlon, live of
whom were residents of Blakely. Nonv
theio aie but tNvo, one a brother of the
deceased, Rev. Newell Callender, of
Claik's Green, Pa ; cousin, Monioe
Callender, esq , of Cllrfoul. Mrs. Bow en
suivlved her husband, Dean Benjamin
Bonn en, for more than twenty yeais and
although not stiong In her youth, hav
ing no expectation of a long life, In her
late yeais maintained a good degiee of
health and stiength of body and mind
until neaily four scoie. Last June she
fell and dislocated her shoulder. It
was thought at that time that the
shock would be too much for her, but
she recoNered from that so as to be
around again and was at the last Cal
lender leunlon Sept 12, 1S9C. Sept. 20
she fell again, this time fiactuiing hei
hip, and has lingered in perfect help
lessness since that tne. Mis Bonn en
had thiee daughters, two of whom sut
Nhe her, Mrs. D. J. AVllllams and Mis.
I" A. Paiker, of AVaverly. Mrs. AVll
llams lemoNed to hor mother's home
in September, '93, for the puipose of
cai lng for ltet mother, w ho had steadily
i of used to lea e her home and neighbor
hood, wheie she had lived since 1S19
Mis. BoNNen was born In Greenfield
township, Mai eh 8, 1S14, and lemoved
heie at the age of fle to 11 e In a
lig house situated where the house of
Fiemont Fenls noNN btands. Mis. Bow-
en fiequently i elated to her chlldten
her memories of the wilderness, w hlch
this place was In het childhood, and of
helping her biother, Stephen Callender,
tend sugar camp on the Mott flats, and
of het nanoNN escape from being de
Noured by a wolf. She was a woman
of stei ling qualities and being Convei ted
in eaily youth lived a Christian life for
bcnenty years Mrs. Bonn en was the
last ehaiter member of the Blakely
l'aptin church, her sister, Mrs. J. B
iNiiiNiiu, l,aN!i l as-t, ,1 i.ij just fhe
pi ks so jnei Ke Dills conducted the
futu ril s 'i vices at her late home,
prpaeliint, fiom Psalms, xvll 15
The tolIoNNlng piogramme has been
auanged for the social on Filday even
ing at Maple Bells': Piano solo, Miss
Mary reck; lecltatlon, Miss Giace
AVlnchell, lolln duett, Howard Biund
age and Ld. Callender, recitation, Miss
Giace Hughes; piano solo, Miss Maty
Peck; vocal duet, Geitiude and Fannie
James; recitation, Miss Grace AVlnchell.
A Nvomnn's body Is tho repository of tho
most delicate mechanism In tho holo
realm of ui cation, and yet most vomun
vlll lot it (jot out of order and keep out of
order, Justus if it vcrc of no consequence.
Their backs uche and heads tlnob and
burn; they hac NNutidcring- pains, uonv hero and
now theio. They experience extreme lussltudo,
that don't-enro and Nant-to-be-lcft-alone fooling,
excitability, iultabillty, nervousness, sleepless
ness and tho blues, yet they nnIUcjo about their
vork until they can scarcely stand on their poor
SNVollen feet, and do nothing- to help themselves.
These nro the positive fore-runners of serious vomb complications, and unless
given Immediate attention vlll result in untold misery, if not death.
Lydla L l'inkham's Vegetable Compound vlll, beyond tho question of a
doubt, relievo till this trouble before it becomes serious, and it has cured
many after their troubles had become chronic.
The Compound should be taken Immediately upon tho appearance of any of
these symptoms above enumerated. It is n -egetublo tonic vhieh invigorates
and stimulates tho entire female organism, and vill produce tho bame bene
ficial results in tho case of any sick woman us it did vlth Mm. Ciias. Kino, 1315
Rosewood St., Philadelphia, Pa., vhoso letter e attach:
"Ivrito these fov lines, thanking you for restoring my health. For twelve
years I suffered with pains impossible to describe. I had beariug'down feelings,
backache, burning sensation,in my stomach, chills, headache, und nhNajs had
black specks before my eyes. I vas aft aid to stay alone, for I sometimes hud
four and five fainting spoils a day. I had several doctors and tried many pat
ent medicines. Tnvo years ago I Nvas so bad that Iliad to go to bed and hue a
trained nurse. Through her, I commenced to take Lydla II. Pinlchaiu's
Vegetable Compound, and I never had anything give me the relief that it has.
I have taken eight bottles, and am nov enjoying tho best of health again. I
can truthfully say It has cured me."
421 LACKAWANNA AVB.
FOR THIS WEEK IN
AND LADIES' COATS, CAPE5 AND SUITS.
Hail Ives is 111.
Miss Sat ah Cadden, of Glenwood, Is
visiting her sister, Mis. AVIlllam Austin,
on AViight stieet.
Miss Bertha Fisher Is tho guest of
friends In Scianton.
Miss Delia O'Connor, of Blnghamton,
visited heie the first of the week.
Be suie to attend the sacicd concett
to be ghen In the Baptist church this
(Friday) oNonlng. The following Is the
piogramme to be lendeied: Oiehestta,
oveiture, "Eagle's Nest;" prayer, by
Rev. H. D. Riley; Blnghamton quar
tette. Messis. Mllleis, Bauman and I
Snyder, selected, piano solo, "What the I
Swallows Say," Giace Fuller; vocal
solo, "Jesu, Jesu, Mlseere," Hattle Mc
Leod; piano solo, "Hunting Song," I
Claia Hall; Blnghamton quartette, "-e-
lected; lecitatlon, "The Last Hymn,"
Fannie Slmrell; piano duett, selected,
Alice Fowler and Prof Mai tin Gieen
wald, of Blnghamton; oichestra, NNaltz,
"Living Plctuies;" silver collection;
piano solo, "Second Mazurka," Cliud
Simmons; ocal solo, "Sleep Little Baby
of Mine," Lulu Day ; piano duett, "Son
atlng," Hazel Ross and Mls BroNNn;
Blnghamton quartette, selected; iolln
solo, piano accompaniment, John Con
nois and Hazel Ross; ocal solo, "The
Plains of Peace," Mis. John Ciook;
quaitetts In biass, "Pinlse to Thee;"
piano solo, Professor Gieenwald; lecl
tatlon, "Pastor's Aracatlon," Chailes
Ketchum; Blnghamton quartette, se
lected; oichestia, Idyl, "Twilight
Shadows." Children will not be admit
ted to the conceit unless accompanied
by theli parents.
lamer McCioy, who has been confined
to the house foi six weeks NNlth a biok
en leg, Is iionv able to be out again.
At the boiough election on Tuesday
the Democrats elected buigess, collect
or, auditor, tNN-o school dliectois, In
spectoi of election and town tieasuier,
NNhlle the Republicans captuied only
tNNO councllmen and poor master. Those
elected aie as folloNNs: Buigess L. G
Simmons Councllmen L. D Tiffany
and AV. B Tiowbiidge. Poor mastei
Wind Ives Collector M L Qualley
Auditor C. R. Hldred School dliectoi
C T. McCormlck and G M. Lamb
Judge of election James Slmiell. In
spector of election Michael Cuiiagg, ji
Town tieasuiei R. AV. Smith.
Charles L Ciook, es.ii, has been ten
deied and has accepted an appointment
as aid de camp on the staft of Giand
Maibhal B. H. AVainer, of the beeond
giand division of the gieat cIn ic oigau
lyation at the Inauguiatlon of AVIlllam
McKlnloy ab piesldent of the United
States at AVashlnston March 4.
OUR BICYCLES IN GERMANY.
ai tides of trifling cost, nnd confesses
that she took them, but says she must
have been mentally unbalanced at the
time, as she needed none of the ni tides
and has ample means to supply any
Trnin Wrecker Sentenced.
New Hloomfleld, Pa., Feb. 18 Samuel
AVelland was today sentenced to 11 e
years' Impilsonment In the Bastein peni
tentiary and to pay $100 fine and tho
costs of piosecutlon foi attempting to
Nreck a Pennsylvania tallioad epiess
tialn several months ago. Willand was
i foimeily In the employ ot the rallioad
Such bargains as we offer this avccIj
are worthy or jour attention. It means
fine Kratlc goods at about one-third
the cost of manufacture.
The follow in? may give you a little
Idea of some of the bargains:
Ono snmlllotof Misses' nnd
Children's Coats, assorted
An elegant Rouclo Coat,
lmlf silk lined, hhluld front,
stylish collni, Season's price,
A Fine Curl Persian Cloth
Coat, latest cut. lined
throughout with Hlindnnio
silk. Benson's price 510.00,
An elegant French Cntor
pilhir Coat, lined throughout
Nvithsilk. Sold in the sea
sou for 515.00, now ...'.
A beautiful assortment of
Kersey Coats, some silk lined
throughout nud some half
lined. Sensou's price, $8.00 CO OQ
nud $10.00, now 0''J
Z. WEINGART, Prop'r.
MINING, ELASTiNG AND SPORTING
Manufactured at tho Wapwallopen M1U.
Luzerne county, Pa., and at Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jp.
General Agent for tho Wyoming District.
US WYOMINO AVENUE, Scranton, P
Third National Bank Building.
THOS. FORD, Pittston. P.-u
JOHN B SMITH fz SON. Plymouth, Pa.
E. W. MULLIGAN, AVllkes-Barre. Pa.
Agents for tho Itepauno Chemical Com.
pany'B HIsh Explosives.
We want all the people
to know what hundreds of
our customers know, that
we have punctured pneu
matic prices, that bur
goods are seasonable, that
our prices reasonable, and
that nobody is asked to
take an unsatisfactory
garment from our store.
. J. DAVIS,
213 Wyoming Avenue.
asy to Take
asy to Operate
Aro features peculiar to Hood's I'llls. Small In
size, tasteless, efficient, tlioroiisli. Vs ono man
Miss Lucy Gallagher left yesteiday
for Philadelphia, NNhete she ill visit
Miss Jennie Roach, of ToNNanda, has
oiganlzed a private dancing class here
of foity membeis. In the nfteinoon she
will conduct a class of chlldten.
On Monday eNenlng next a contest
In declamation 111 take place at Piatt's
opeia house by members of Piofessoi
Moi clock's room at 'the high school. Af
ter the contest a banquet nvIU be held
at the PiesbNteilan church pallors.
Miss Elizabeth Klttiedge left yes
teiday morning foi NeN Yoik city,
NNheie she nnIII spend the next four
Miss riNelyn ToNiisend Is visiting
f i lends In Pittston.
J. Selden SNNlsher, of Scianton, spent
Wednesday eNenlng NNlth her family
Trunk Carey, nn ho Is at present em
ployed by the II A Mack bobbin fae
toiy at AVeatheily, came home to ote
On AVednesday afternoon at fi 40 the
Hlack Diamond expiess going noith,
stiuck Samuel Spencer, aged 75 yeais,
and his son, Samuel Spencer, Jr, aged
15 yeais, near the AVyalusIng station,
Instantly killing them They had come
oNer fiom their home at Hollenback,
NNhlch Is acioss the llvei fiom AVyalus
Ing, foi an expiess package and teturn
Ing took a short cut down the tiack to
the bildge. The expiess, going at the
i ate of a mile a minute, sttuek them.
Spencei, jr., leaes a NNldow and eight
Council Ccnernl De Knj Takes Stop
to l'reNPiit Piinc).
AVashlngton, Veh. IS Ameilcan bi
cycles aie threatened NNlth destiuctlNe
pliaey In Get many, and Consul Genet al
DeKny has gone to nnoiIc to checkmate
the movement. He says that ceitaln
pet sons In 13eilln hae undei taken to
copy tight the tiade maiks of as many
Anifcilcan bicycles as ate yet unpiotect
ed by the Geiman Iunn.
The consul geneial has induced a re
sponsible Geiman iinpottet of Americun
blcNcles to anticipate the NNouId-be pi
lates by taking out trade maik patents
In his own name for all Ameilcan bicy
cles of NNhlch ho has knoNNledire, with
the excpotion of thiee which hae al
teady protected themsehes.
POTATOES DISGUSTED HIM.
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luci way. vr'
THE GREAT aotl:
(&&$K rr'.wr gv
4Mji. fe 'StU S
'.y " Jt n'H w . -w r aJl
fVS'Mazik i Qca VrtfJ
wa rr ry s?
?i s-s- Afr Jb KJil.
ittXIhl sft- ftl T "' II
rTiia if fr a s u.
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r.ald: " VouneNcrUiioNN ou
lu u taken a pill till It is all
ONer." "Jio. C. I. Hood & Co ,
Proprietors, Lowell, Mass.
The only pills to take NNlth Hood's Harsaparilla.
This evening the Pi ice Library asso
ciation will hold a business meeting
An excellent piogramme has been pie
paied for the evening NNhlch will be
rendeied as follows: Addtess by tlie
president, AV. 13. Owen, subject, "Dilft
Ing"; lecltatlon, Mt M. C Judge; lead
ing, selected, Fted Winslow; essay, se
lected, Miss Janet Inglls; choius, Ean
G. AVatklns; essay, selected, Miss Ilat
tle McKenzle; nddiess, Itev, Di, H, II
Hairls. Piofessor Sydney A'andltte
111 also be piesent and give seveial
The Young People's union of this
town and vicinity will hold their regu
lar monthly meeting this eenlngnt the
German Lutheian chuich. All ate cor
dially ln ited
Mi. and Mrs Hrastus Jones, of Felts
llle, visited ielatles in Duiyea yes
Mis Sadie Gordon, of Petersburg,
visited her slstei, Mrs. II. J. Daniels,
of AVashlngton stieet, on Sunday.
AVIlllam Luce, of Hyde Park, was a
caller in town yesteiday.
The congiegatlon of the Primitive
Methodist chuich of the Archbald, are
making extensive artangeinents for
their enteitainment which will be held
at the church on AVashlngton's birth
day, Feb. 22.
i:perieiico With a Trench Kill ol
I'nro in Chicago Has Its Result.
Lansing, Mich., Feb IS nepiesenta
tlve Goodel, of AVayne county, was in
Chicago lecently and encountoied a bill
of faie pilnted In Flench. Being unfa
miliar with the language he ordeied
the articles on tho bill NNhlch had an
aggiegate alue of 80 cents AVhen the
older vas dellveied he found he had
potatoes, cooked In fhe dlfteient styles
and nothing else.
Today he Introduced a bill In the leg
Islatuie pioNldlng that bills of faie
must be pilnted only In the English lan
HATTIE STARR ARRESTED.
ni ivinnp a
"2U r h m
V"S OI lvle
prodnrrs the nbo e results In 30 days. It act!
powerfully and Quick! Cured u hen nil othem fill
lou-RrneUNWllrwilu tlielr lost inanhouil.aiiuold
nicu will recosei their joutliful vluor by using
lti:VI0. It quickly and bin el restores Nersous
ness, Lobt Vitnllts, Impoteco. Mclitly Lnilsslons,
LObtroncr.rallinit Mtmorj, NNastlua Dlh(ahes,nnd
nil cue its of Belt abU6e or cxeitbnnd lndibciition,
'Nhlih unfits one for mudj , bn&inebs onnarriaBe It
Jot onl cures by 6'jirtlng at tho bont ot d.3easo, but
laaBrcat iHT.e tonic and blood builder, bring
ing back tho pink glon to palo ihccUn andro
storinit tho llro of youth, it wards off Inbauity
and Conhurnptlon Inslbt on havluu RK IVO.no
other. It can bo carried In est pocket. By mtll.
1 .00 por packase, or sl tor 63.00, m 1th -i posl
tlio written gunrantco to euro or refund
tho money. Ciriularfroe. Address
RJYAL MrDICIHE CO B3 River St , CHICAQO, V
tor aulo by MAIIIIESVs UicUj.. xJiuj.
cist strjuioii, Pa.
Gas, Plumbing and
HOT WATER HEATING
434 LACKAWANNA AVE,
I'oiincr .lleinber ot Iltcu's "UNitiige
liue" Admits Shoplifting.
NeNV A'ork, Feb IS. Hattle Stair, for
meily a member of Itlce's KNangellne
company, and who Is the wUIonv of
Chat les Hauls, famous as 'Squlte
Tuckci, In "Alabama," Is under an est
chaigcd w(th shoplifting
She was ui rested foi stealing a feNN
ON THE LINE OF THfc
CANADIAN PACIFIC H
aro located the finest fishing and hunting
rrounds in tho world. DescrlptlNe boaiia
on application. Tickets to all points in
Maine, Canada and Maritime Provinces,
Minneapolis, St. Paul, Canadian and
United States NorthNvest, Vancouver,
Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, Ore., San
First-Glass Sleeping and Dining Cars
attached to all throught trains. Tourist
cars fully fitted with bedding, curtains
and specially adapted to wants of families
may be had with second-class t'ekets.
Rates always less than ia other lines.
For further Information, time tables, etc,
on application to
E. V. SKINNER, G. E. A.,
353 Broadway, New York.
We are not actually GIVING AWAY CARPETS,
but we are selling them at astonishingly low prices,
and you can select from the most complete stock in
Scranton. No odds and ends. NEW GOODS, LAT
EST DESIGNS, MOST ARTISTIC PATTERNS, every
grade and price represented. All goods purchased
now will be STORED FREE OF CHARGE.
Compare our prices and quality and CONSULT
YOUR OWN INTERESTS by making your selections
while the present low prices prevail.
Opp. Main Entrance
to Wyoming tlous?.
Carpets and Draperies.
408 LACKAWANNA AYENUE.
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
Special Attention Given to Business and Per
Liberal Accommodations Extended According
to Balances and Responsibility.
3 Interest Allowed on Interest Deposits.