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TUT! SCKANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MOBKIttG. JANUARY 184 1894.
In great variety
Suit the Times.
C B. PRATT.
Oil! WHAT A RUSH THERE IS DAILY AT THE TRIBUNE OFFICE.
This Is the Picture of the "Telephone Girl," One of the Three Beautiful
Works of Art, Obtainable at The Tribune Office by Cutting Out Three
Coupons of Different Dates with 10 Cents.
Ill anticipation of
our regular annual
stock-taking we have
re-marked all our
Dress Goods stock
so that immediate
buyers may secure
Of conn ', th! picture giveionlv the faintast concption of t'ueartliiie excel
Itaej of tue Bne photographic eui for which crowds daily basing the office d
tbt mailt come burdened with coupons and h. You can't tell how long this
otl. r will remain open under such continuous diuwuds; therefore cut out your
conpous while you bav the opportunity.
Tmslay evening at 12 o'clock Mrs.
Mary Honey diad at hr home, Ti) Bel
mont street, azed 75. She was born in
Cornwall, England, and has been a
resident of Carbondale for five years.
She i snrvived nv five children.
Fnnoral will occur Friday and inter
ment will be made in. Maple wood cem
etery, this city.
The funeral of Mrs. Fred Pierc
took place yesterday mirnin& at 9
o'clock from her late home go Dtcksnn
Hill. After a short s-rvices at the
honse tho remains were taken to Honea
dle and interred in the Glen Dyi.erry
cemetery. The pall bearers weie Harry
Ri'ming, Alexander Wyllle, .John Tut
ber, Ernest Giver and .Thn Reynolds.
John Vannan and Was LaelU Br
ryman, two very highly reacted
young people of this city, wer mar
ried yesterday. Mr. Vannau is em
ployed us a machinist in the Delaware
and Hudson shops and is hignly spoken
of hy his many friends.
The mnsiaal programme for the
Mitchell fair ii as follows: Piano solo
Howard Foster; vocal solo. Ii K. Hall;
vocal solo. Miss Ida Snyder; ocarina
solo, Bnrt Wickwire, recitation, Miss
Alderman Jones is confinnd to the
house by illness.
E. M. Peck retnrned yesterday from
Elk Grove, Pa., whre ho has been
visiting his son for th-i pint few days
The Germanian's masquerade was
held last night in their hall, end a
season of enjoyment, was raalizsl by
the young people of this city.
Yesterday afternoon occurred the
funeral of John Bishop. It was at tended
by the M MMti Inn I, of which
he was a member. A large nuinhsr of
floral contributions w.tb sent. A lyre
of roses, liliee, and smllax contributea
by the band was very beantlful. The
pall bearers were: Charles Granier,
Oncar Wonnacott, '.Isaac Singer, John
Kirkwood, Juline Spaeth, Thomas
Shultz, William Evans and Abe H thin
Charles Cobhlodict, of England, is
visiting bis aunt, Mrs. John Moon, on
Belmont street. The gpiitloman has
been a follower of the sea for soveral
years, but has now decided to make
America his home, and this city his
THE NEWS OF
Out or town yrro9ionilenM of 7na Tata
dm shoo Id stgnHhetr names la full to tuea
taws letter, not for publication nut to guard
STATE FARMING DOES NOT PAY.
So Declared E. M Tswksburv, of Co
lumbia County, a an Institute.
Sfxi'inl to the Scrantun Tribune.
Striu'dsburi;, Jan. 17 The firt
Farmer'a institute ever held in this
county, convened at the court house
nnder the auspices of the State Board
of Agriculture. R. F Schwartz, rep
resentative from this county, was
The principal speaker wis E. Tewks
bury, of Columbia county. He spjke
at length on "Does Farming Pay in
Pennsylvania?" He said that there nr
200,000 f irms in Pennsylvania, requir
ing 300,000 farmers. The value of the
grsin crop of Peunavlvania is $50,000.
000 DiviJe $50,0000.000 by the 800,000
workers and we have a sum of iflOii for
each farm. This, he said, shows that
farming doea not pay in Pennsylvania
A Quarter Century Teat
For a quarter of a century Dr. King's
New Discovery has boon tested, and the
millions who have received benefit from
its use testify to its wonderful curative
Ejwers in all dieoasos of Throal, Cheat and
uugs. A remedy that has stood the test
so long and that haB given so universal
satisfaction is no experiment. Each bottle
is positively guaranteed to give relief, or
the money ivill be refunded. It is admitted
to be the most reliable for Coughs and
Colds. Trial bottles Free at Matthew iiro'a.
Drug Store. Large size 5Uc, and $1.00.
Remember thnt Thk Tiubd.nk art port
folios cost only 6 cen la for each part, bring
In your coupons.
CAVE IN OF THE OOOSON MINE.
Three Houses Damaged by the Surfaot
of the Earth Sinklag
ft)ifcinl to the Stranton IWtMM,
WiI.Kas-BABitK, Jan. 17 An
other cave-in took place in the Dodson
mine, near Plymouth, at an early hour
this morning, causing ranch alarm
among residents in the neighborhood.
Houses owned by R bert C, Mayers,
Case Dodd and Thomas Edgil were
slightly damaged by the surface going
The cracks visible, or seams as they
are called, can be seen for hundreds of
yarda upon the surface, mr.ny of them
three inches wide. The people living
near the mine say they fear that the
worst is yet to come.
RAILROADER RAISED A PAY CHECK.
He Oot Seventy-Five Dollars for Sevan
Dollars and F ttr Cents.
' Fjierial f" thl Hetnntoii Tribune.
WlLXU BaBRX, J 17 Milo J.
Jackiem, of Siivre, a brakeman in the
employ of the Lehigh Valley railroad,
was arrested hare tod iy He is oharged
with raising his psy cluck from $7 oo
to $75 anil obtaining the money
lie was sent to prison in default of
bail and his relatives at Siyre were no
tified. Jackson hretoforn was looked
noon as a good man, and bore an ex
Mortgna-'d for F v Millions,
FiierUt t" the Strnntitn Tnbune.
BTSOVMBOSOi ''lin- 17. A mortgage
for 000,000 was pi seed on record ban
by the Central Pennsylvania and Wsl
ern railroad to the Nw York rt-ourity
and Trnsl company on the property of
the Wilkes-Barrn and Essiern railroad,
lately built betw eii Wilkes-Burre and
Injured by Top Rock
ftieiM ti 0kf Scrnntmi Tribune.
Forest CITT, Pa , Jan, 17 -An ac
cident took place In the Clilford shaft
today at noon. Gsorge Jauvda, a In
lander and miner, was struck by a
large piece of top coal, reoeivnig se
vere injuries on the back, hand and
leg, His home is on Hudson street and
has a wife and four children.
Buoklen'i Amid Salve.
The best salve la the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcer, Salt Kheum, Fever
Hores, Tetter. Chappril Hands. Chilblains,
Corns ami nil Skiu Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
Is guaranteed to give perfect satlslactlou
or money refunded. Price 23 ceuls per
box. For sale by Alatlhews llroa.
Quinhy troubled me for twenty years.
Since I started Ming Dr.Ttiomiis' Ecleetrlc
Oil, have not had au attack. The oil cuies
sore ihrout at ouco. Mrs. lietia Conrad,
Staudlsb, Mich., Cot. SI, 18NS.
Tiie Pierce Co tl company is re-building
the trestle works near Laurol Run
which were destroyed by fire recently.
The embankment of OQlm is still burn
ing, and a t'oice of man are engaged in
extinguishing the fire.
Martin Gumming and William
Burke called on Olyphaut friends last
Agnes Walsh and Bridget O'Dinnell,
of South Scranton, returned home last
Monday after visiting friends here.
Mary O'Mallev and Mary Hobnn, of
Oiypbant, visited Miss M. E Curran
Miss Rose Jordan, of Green Ridge,
returned home last Wednesday after a
pleasant visit with friends in town.
John Hughes, who is ill with typhoid
fever, is in a critical condition and his
recovery is considered doubtful. His
father is also ill with the same disease
Miss Mamie Brennan retnrned to
her home in Wiikea-Barre last Tns
day,, after a two weeks' visit with
frienis in town.
T. J. IfcGreal called on friends In
Carbondale last Wednesday.
Mrs. M. G. Melvin has opened a
hair dressing parlor for ladies and
children at her residence opposite the
post office. Mrs M dvin h is b--en under
instruction in luis branch for some
Frank Corcoran, of Cairo, 111., who
was called here two weoics ago by the
illness of his brother, James Corcoran,
of Church street, returned to his home
John Dnnleavy has accepted a posi-
I tion with the Prudential Insurunce
company as a local cauvasssr.
A number of Archbald people at
tended the Reil Men's fair at Jerinyn
last Tuesday evening.
Mus Maggie Hawley and Mis
Strauss, of Scranton, psssed last Sun
day with the Misses Cosgrove, of Pine
The funeral of the late John Bishop,
of Carbondale, a former resident of
Archhall, occurred hare yesterday
afternoon. The remains arrived here
at about 9 p m and were conveyed to
the German Evangelical church, whore
MfVlMf wore conductd by Lt)f, J. C.
Itud'dph. Interment was made in the
Presbyterian cemetery. The funeral
was largely attended and a great many
people from Carboinlitle and otlmr stir
rounding towns were present. The
Mozart band of Carbondale, of which
the dsceaaed was one of the oldest
members, attended in a body.
The Young Mon'a Social Club In a
matlc. company, of Olyphaut, will pre
sent the "Confederate Spy" under the
auspices of the Baal Side band at
Father Mathew ball next Wednesday
MissSallio Corcoran and Mrs. O'Con
nor, of DnnmOr street, called on Arch
bald friends last Tuesday.
Patrick McDonnell, of Mount Ver
non, was injured at the Ridge mine
yesterday by a prematura blast. His
en aio badly lacerated and the exact
extent of his injuries are not known,
Miss Kato Kcanlon, of Moscow, re
turned home last Monday after a pleas
ant visit with her cousin, Mis Mary
Carduu, of South Main street.
Mrs. Bid ward Bnrke, nged no, a
highly respected resident of Archbald,
died at her homo on Cemetery street
last evening. She was the inothor of
Timothy and Patrick Burke and Mrs.
Johu P. Kearney, nil of till place,
Mrs. Burke was n Woman of steadfast
religious principlee, fulfilling her dut
ies cheerfully at all time. The fun
eral will take place Saturday morning.
A high mass of requiem will be cele
brated at St. Thomas' church at 0 80
and Interment will b made in tha
Several thousand parts of tha nrt port
folios came yesterday. A nickel takes this
book of haudsouie pictures.
When llnliy was Melt, wn pare her Tastorta.
When slin was a hlld, sheerltil for ( 'astorla.
When BOS hTffflltt Miss, she clung to t'uiittirla.
When she had Children, ihe fiavatheui Castorla.
ViJa, daughter o Profetior B, E.
James, is aufferlng from diphtheria.
She was just recovering from scarlet
fever.so that the chaucjs for her recov
ery are small.
Tha would ba Democratic, postmast
ers for Montroio are atill on the anxious
Dr. D. C. Ainey. of New Mllford,
was the guest of hts son, Captain W.
D B. Ainey. Wednesday.
Mis. Rodney Stark, nee Miss Agnes
Scott, of Waverly, N, Y , is the guest
of her parent.:, Mr. and Mr. R. G.
Accideuts In the wood are very
frequent of late. Josopb Mawliinuny
is now Buffering with a badly, cut foot.
A man named Rawlins fell in a faint
in the store of W. W. Reynolds. It
wns at hist thought, he was dead, but
under the skillful treatment of Dr.
Mackey he soon revived.
There is some anxiety here for the
collectorship at thu coming election.
I hero are several candidates and the
caucus next Saturday night promise
to iii lively
Die Montrose band will riv.) u con
cert in the armory soon.
Stephen O Yebington, a student at
Allegheny college, located at Muad
vilie. is HptnditiK it few davi at his
home on Main (treat, He will return
to his school duties to lay.
l'he Democrats of this borough will
hold a caucus in Cunningham' bull,
over the poetofjloe, Friday evening,
ror tho purpose of nominating borough
An infant child of L. A. Keltz died
Tbomns Jones of Plymouth, visited
his daughters, Mrs A. L. Morgan and
Mr. V. G Taylor, yeateidsy and
have returned borne.
l'he Uenuhlican club met in Davloa'
hall lust night and transacted import
The Democratic caucus will ha held
on Friday evening for No. 1 district.
TllA fiirinutinn . , P T levin n
.VIIIIOI , I , i . 1 M l i ( , i , i SIWI-
ough almost equaliz-H politics in Old
Forge, and none of our old time wise
aero caa predict what the outuniuo of
voe loriucoming elections will ne.
Kil In lltld Tlinfniid ,.iiu nf ,.nr Oil tit.ia
citizens, has taken the Eigle hotel, Bar-
MY physician said I could not live, my
liver out of order, treunoutly vomited
greenish mucous, skin yellow, small dry
niiuiors on face, stomach would not re
tain food. Uurdnck Blood Bitters cured
me. Mrs. Adelaide O'Brien, 3!2 Exchango
street, Buffalo. N. V.
Mr. William Hinds and daughter,
Grace, of Moscow, are visiting at the
home of S. J. Hiud, on Minooka ave
nue. Mrs. W. Race is confined to her home
Don't forget the revival meeting in
the Presbyterian church on Main street
this wo 'k.
Hood's Praises Itself
Kidney Troubles - Bright's
Kow Able to Worh and Sound oa a
Mr. John Sir r ton
Of Hcottdale, I'a.
" I do think Ilood's Sarsaparllla Is ' worth Its
weight In gold.' For four years I suffered misery
with terrible pains In my back ami trouble, with
my hlilncys. Tho doctors thought I had Ilrlghl'a
disease. Many a tlmo I had to glvo up work,
and continually crew worse, and when 1 sat or
Stooped down I had to he helped up. At Inst
had to give up and go to hedsnd remain six long
weeks. It was then I began to lake Hood's
Barsapanlla, sml I soon fotunl that It was help
ing inn idtlioiigh I bad been told nothing would
help mu and thought
I Would Have to Die.
tint I continued to Improve till I am now In per
fect health and have as good a back as any man
In town. Today I can do a good dav's work,
and truly feel that Hood's Sarsuparllla was a
Uod-send hi me. 1 am as sound as tho best dot-
lar that was ever made, and I wnnt this state
ment put Into print so that everybody can sen
what good It did run. Kvery woid ot the above
can ho preved by a seore of people hero who
know how I suffered and how I have beeu
cured. I took but six bottles. I think no one
can pralso Hood's Harsaparllla as much as It
win praise nuu," joB Naxton, Hcutlilalo,
Westinoroland Co., Pennsylvania.
Hoocl'B Pill nre the licit after dinner 1'llls,
assist digestion pure hendarhe. Try a box.
rest nf the best quality for domestic usn,nnd
nf all Mlen, delivered In anv purt u( the city
at lowest prloe.
Orders left st my office,
M. 1 IH, MTOMtHa AVRN1TR,
Hear room, first floor. Third National Hank,
or sent by mall or telephone tu thu mine, will
lecolve prompt attention.
rpeclal eonlraete will lie made for tho sala
and delivery or buckwheat (Ami.
WM. T. SMITH.
I ID AAR A A I A A U per in iidU urt)
DLUUI1 flllaun '" '"''iT. b,
y, uti'ler (ntrantv, bMkd l IVxi.OlHl cty. A .
Itivf tiroots did 1011 i.er h.ok, illuat rated from I
Illftfrom K)leurxl,frex hy tuall WhenHotRririnp I
and Unci try fail, Our MttftlO Rmdy Wl"
I potiuftiy cori. iihw nniri'i til., i hin. in.
Dr. K. Grewer
The Philadelphia Specialist,
Ami Us UMHmlatud itafl of EnglUh mid Hor
RM I DyaieUUiaare now peruiauuntly located
Temple Court Building
i i sprucr st.
Whiau thoy may bo eonatltad 1AIL,V AND
TBS Doctor Is a giadimU ot tho University
M Pennsylvania, rormerlf demouatrator of
PBytIO logy and Bili ary at tho Medico Clllr
urgleal (ollogu, of Phlladl.hla. He Is also
an Bjinorary member of the Medico -Ohlrnr
As lattiai, mid wm physician and
ennraon III eblel ot thu moat n.,ted American
einl (lerman liospltals. coined highly Indorsed
M the leading profaaaonot l'hlladulphla and
Ill i many yeara of hoimltiil expertenoe en
ables this eiiilnxnt phyalcian mid surgeon to
correctly diagnose nnd treat all deformities
Slid diwasos with the moat flattnl'lliu aucceas.
and his huh atandlug in tho state will not
all w lilin o accept any incurable ease
i.iim ni.i Miniiti in iiiiii ii
tVRAKNRSU) OP VOrNfl Mh.S f'UltRI.
)t you liiive ihm.u given up oy your physi
cian cull upon the doctor and lie examined.
He cures the worst raaoaof Nervous Debility,
Berofnla, Old Korea, i atarftt l'llee. Female
Weakness. Affection of the Ear, Eye, Nose
and Throat, Asthma. Deatnoss. Tumors, (.'an
cets and Cri t olcs of every dosuriptioo. ('en
sultsllou In I'.nliah and Oerinan Free, which
rball be considered sacred and strictly confi
dential. .ln.. Hours: OA. M. to U P. M. Dellr.
Mm. tut, U ,i ,ui, lo 2 D in.
Bank of Scranton.
Statement Her 19, 1H!3. culled for by
the C'ouiptioHi-r ol the Currency.
l.onns 1,U4,4?3 40
Unites) Hiatus i; oo,ouo.oo
Oilier Honda 44H,11!7.7.
Hanking Ranee ga, 074.4a
Premtnms on 17. s Bonde.... 17,443 75
inn-in. in 7. a. Transnrer 10.00000
liue Irelll I'.., 1 3g.l3U0U
t uah 173.eilU.98
Mirnlii 240.000 00
L'lnllvldcit 1 1. .111. .-.0.113.-. '.Ml
t Irenlatlon Iuk.ooo.oo
Dividends Unpaid 1,884.50
Deposits.' 1,7SI4,50 80
Due to ititiiks 86.(124.07
82. 403,098. !0
WILLIAM CONNRLL, Prpsld.nt.
i,EO. II. I AT LIN, Vice-l realdent.
WILLIAM H. l'Ktit, Cashier
William Connalt, tlnnrge IT. Catlln
Alfred Hand. Honrs; 11. in, Jr., Janies
Anhbald, Willi, 11, T. Smith, Luther
This bunk oflrra to depnaltnrs every
facility warranted by their balances, busi
ness and reaponslbllity.
Special attention given tn bualneia ac
counts. Interest raid on time depoalta.
National Bank of Scranton
W. W. WATSON, Vice President
a. u. Williams, Oaehier.
Iiivino A. FINOR,
.'. m i n J. Juimvv
(.'bis, P. Ma ithews,
JAKM M Evfriiart,
rianci H. FiM.av,
M s. Klmukf.ii..
John T. Pohteh.
W. W. Watson.
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
This bank invites the patronage of business
men and firms (ciierally.
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & CONNELL CO.
DKiTKit anon CO., IWb, Capital, 11,000.000.
HKST ai.no IHOI in TUB woni.l.
"A dollar mrtd it a dollar euntnl." ,
ThlaLadlea' Solid French Iiongoln Kid Hul
tou Hoot dellvi'ti'd free anywhere In the U.R..UU
receipt etCaah, Money timer,
or Postal Note for il.SO.
Kqirnls every way the IsstU
mid In all retail stores for
s 1 We make this boot
ourselves, therefore we imr-
eaM tho Jit, llule anil irrar,
and if any one la not aatufled
e will refund the inenry
or send antilhi'r pal r. ( ipera
Tee or ( nnimcn ncnte,
ddtha (', 1, K, St KK,
sites 1 to 8 and half
Dexter Shoe Co., HUSTON. MASS.
Special frrmi fo Pealm.
HOW TO MAKE MONEY
There are hundreds of young men and young women in this
country who have splendid ability, but they have never beeu
Wood's College of Easiness and Shorthand
Has been an Inspiration to hundreds of young people, if you
are tired of inactivity and want to do something tangible,
come to tin; College.
COMMON ENGLISH 0OUK8B.
SHOKTIIANU COURSE, xttffr n x
F. E. WOOD, Proprietor.
N:W YKAIt OPKNS .IANUAKY 1.
KERR & SIEBECKER
400 and 408 Lackawanna Avenue.
WE liave culled from our stock a large line of patterns that will not
be made again In WILTONS, AXMINSTERS, MOQUETTES, VEL
VETS, BODY BRUSSELS, TAPESTRIES AND INGRAINS, which we have
marked down to such prices as will Insure a quick removal of the en
Suitable for lings, in length
from one to three yards, at
Odd lots of Lace Curtains, Chenille Portieres and
Table Covers, Bric-a-Brac, &c, at actual cost.
DIIRO Special 30-inch Smyrna Rugs,
flUUO $2.50; reduced from $rca
STORE CLOSES 6 P.M.
NOW ON STICKS
THE RICHARDS LUMBER GO.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building,
TELEPHONE 423. A
take elevator. oCTanton, .Pa.
A7"HILE many manufacturers and dealers aremakin? extravagant flat
nients conoerninij the merits anJ durability of medium or low j;raJ
pianos, intending purchaser should not fail to examina the famou
Illustrated book containing valuable information on pianos on application."
E.C.Ricker & Co.
These are Center Tables.
L-ast week we interested the men
with Ot'tice Chairs, which they ap
preciated, as we judge by their pur
chases. This week we will try and
interest the Ladies with Center
Tables at One-third less than former
prices. They will be displayed in
Our Urge show window with prices
on each. A Table of this descrip
tion can be used In numbers, as
every room in the house should
possess one. They are as handy as
a shelf or mantel, and decidedly
more ornamental. Look up your
spaces and come THIS WEEK
and select a Table.
Remnants of Carpets
And Odd Pairs of Lace and Chenille
Curtains at "Way Down Prices."