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THE SCRANTON T1UJJUNE -SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3. 1894.
LIVE NEWS OF
The Sciianton Tribune's Pittston de
partment i8 iu charge of J. M. Fahy, to
whom news items and complaints may be
Sleighinff rjurties are numerous and
onr hotel meii are kept busy while the
The diiiRratu for William Barry
opens this mot nine.
In the windows of J. B Kirby and
O. Ii & C. O. aims store lare frames
eontilotng nreity photographs of Wil
limn Birrynnd compauy, who number
Thomas Ethtu presented "Dr.
Jeokyl and Mr. Hyde" to an audiauo
at Mu-i'.' hall last erenins which
packed the bnildlnn from pit to dome.
The show gave excellent entisfnotiou
and was literally applauded Tonight
the attraction will be "The Black
The members of the Avooa and Pitts
too Curling clubs are in high glee oTal
their proposed trip to New York Mon
day evening next They will go in a
special car ovur the Delaware, Laolta
wanna and Western railroad to plav a
series of games with the Tnistle club
of the Metropolis. The game will be
played on 'antral Park luke. Light
members of the Pittston club an 1
'.welve of the Avooa club aud four
lovers of the gam will comprise the
The management of the Anthracite
Drug store has engag d the services of
a valuable pharmacist in the person of
W. Stanley Klonowski, a brother of
Kev. Theopholis Klonowski, pastor of
St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church of
Wilkes-Barre. He has purchased a
half-interest in the store, aud will,
hereafter, assume the mtnagemetit of
that concern. Mr. Klonowski is a first
class druggist, haviug spent ten years
in the practice of that profession in
Buffalo and otner cities. U. is an ac
complished liniru.st, anl speaks the Po
lish, Gerirun, French, Lithuanian and
Bastion languages, as well as the En
The following persons from here
have been drawn as jurors to report on
Monday, March 5: Kiward Barrett,
merchant; F. R. Barrett, store; J. P.
Carney, blacksmith; Thomas Uoban,
Yesterday being the Feast of the Pur
ification, better known as Ctndlemai
Day.servioes commemorating the event
were observed iu the usual mauner ut
the Catholic cl.urciies of this place.
Services were hell at St. John's church
at 7, 7.30, and 8 o'clock this morning.
At the latter services candles were
blessed and distributed among the
faithful, of which there was an unusu
ally large attendance Similar services
were held at St. Cassimir's Lithuanian
church and St. Mary's German church.
Mr. tiouger, an undertaker residing
on Searle street, was mile the victim
of some unscrupulous individual a few
days ago, Mr. Gouger obtained per
mission from the officers of the Luth
eran church, located on Wool street, to
hang a business sign on the building.
It was a neat and attractive one an 1
was quite valuables During the suc
ceeding night sotneSniscreant either
through a spurt of meanness or pure
deviltry destroyed it. Mr. Ginger is
much incensed over the affair and
promises to make it very uncomfort
able for tho perpetrator if he is found
The Lehigh Yalley railroad telegraph
office at Tompkins located near Ore
gou was destroyed by fire Tharsday
night How the fire originated it un
known. William Barry, who for years was a
partner with John Fay under the name
of Barry & Fay, will present his latest
play entitled "The Rising Generation,"
at Music hail Tuesday evening nest.
The general verdict of those Who have
leen Barry in his production was that
Qe was funny, the play funny, the
company excellent and the entire en
tertainment one of novelty and laugn
ter from beginning to end.
The hospital trustees have given out
the following card for publication:
Whereas, Since the completion and oc
cupation of the hospital our attention has
from time to time been called to the
thoughtful and generous contributions of
onr people; aud,
Whereas, It is our desire to express our
acknowledgments for their kindness;
therefore, be it
Resolved, That the board unanimously
returns its sincere thanks for all girts of
whatsoever kind presented to the hospital
for the benefit of its suffering inmiites and
we especially thank tfce kind ladies who
have labored so unremittingly to that end.
Resolved, That this resolution be given
to the press nnd that nil kind hearts which
have shown interest will accept onr public
tnr.nks in lien of more personal acknowl
edgements. W. H. Rctledoe, Secretary.
SUNDAY CHURCH SERVICES.
Serviois and Toplos m Various Churches
of Honatdale Tomorrow.
Special to the. Scranton Tribune.
Honesd ale. Pa., Fet. 2 Gorman
Lutheran Church Rev. William
Schmidt, aector. Morning prayer and
sermon, 10 3D a. m. ; Sunday school,
1.30 p. m. ; evening prayer rfnd sermon,
7 p. m.
Baptist Chnrch Rev. C. F. Hall,
pastor. Morning service with sermon,
10.20 a. m ; Sunday school, 11.45a. m.
Christian Endeavor, 6 80 p. m. ; praise
serviees, 7 30 p. m.
Methodist Episcopal Chnreh--Rev.
C. A. Benjamin, pastor. Morning ser
vice and sermon at 10 30 a.
in. ; Sunday school, 12 m. ; Epwortli
league, 6 30 p. m. ; evening service and
sermon, 7.30 p. m.
Presbyterian Church Rev. William
H. Swift, pastor. Morning services
and sermon at 10.30 a. m. ; subjeet,
"Redemption," the fourth of a series
of sermons on "Great Truths;" Sunday
school at 12 in. ; Christian Endeavor at
6 30 p. m; 7.80 p. m. there will be a
popular meeting in connection with
Christian Endeavor day ; several brief
Grace Chnrch A clergyman from
Brooklyn, N. Y., will occupy tho pnlpit
both morning and evening. Morning
prayer and sermon, 10.30 a. m. ;Snuday
school, 12 ra. ; yonng people's service,
6.45 p. m. ; evening prayer and sermon,
7. 80 p. m.
The tortures of dyspepsia, the sufferings
of scrofula, the agonizing itch and pain of
salt rheum, the disagreeable symptoms of
catarrn, are removeu Dy Mood s Harsnp
Hood's Pills are the best aftor-dinnor
pills, assist digestion, prevent constipa
When Baby was sick, we (rave her Castorla.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla.
When alio became Miss, she clung to Castorla,
When she had Children, she gave them Castorla,
General News Notes from That Flourishing-
Citv Carefully Culud.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Carbondale. Pa., Feb. 2, Tha fn
neral of the late Mrs, Anna Moore
Altken, who died on Wednesday at
midnight, will occur Saturday morn
ing at 10 80 o'clock. S rvices will be
held at the residence of H. B. Jadwin,
58 North Chnrch street, after whioh
i he remains will be taken to E kdiile,
where interment will be made in the
family plot by the side of her husband
Subscribers to the Carbondale Leader
were anxious to see the earrier bring
their paper lasteveulng, as all stood nu
equal chance in winning the handsome
480 sewing mucliine. which this enter
prising paper had offored as a prize to
their subscribers. The lucky number
which draws the prize is MM, but the
name of the winner is not known.
Last oveniiu occurred the reopening
oi the ekatiug rink at Duulaff. and a
large numoer of young people from
this city participated iu the euj iyable
amusement once more.
Last night iu the M. N, Watt build
ing occurred the subscription dancs,
which was purticipatvd iu by Carbon
dale's select society people It was un
cer the rnannatnent of W. N. Sadler,
jr., and W, J. Hamilton. Musio for
dancing was furnished by Bauer's or
chestra, of Scranton. Refreshments
were served and a pleasaut time in
general was enjoyed.
A cottage prayer meeting was held
last evening at the home of Mr. and
Mrs, Charles Laiueraux, corner of
Archbald street and Eighth avenue.
B. J. Max-iy, of Forest City, called
on friends iu this place last evening.
Mrs. Frank Stutenger, of Lincoln
.iv-Miue, will leave today for Syracuse,
X. Y., where she will make a two
weeks' visit with friends.
Mrs. I. S. Jones, of South Church
street, is vlsitiug relatives in Scranton,
Mrs. H.S. Bolton is the gnest of her
pareuts, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hobbs, of
SECRETARY WINSLOW RESIGNS.
He Refuse to Further Serve the Prioa
SiHcitil to th Scranton Tribune.
TaYLOR. Pa.. Feb 2 At the busi
ness session of the Price Library
Thursday night Fr-d Wiuslow, the
g-ueral secretary of the usaociaton
tendered his resignation. It was a
surprise to the members, as Mr Win
low was In his third year of ofli i
aud he had filled it with dignity and
grace, that the members cared not in
parting with his valuable servios. Ev
ery effort was used to have him recon
sider, but of no avail,
Mr. Winslow has been a hard, indus
trous aud painsworking officer of the
Price Library and it is witn the deep
est regK-t that be leaves.
The association will maet next
Thursday evening to elect his success
or. Who it will be has not yet been
In Holland. Mich.. C. J. Doesbury pub
liehes the News, and its columns strongly
recommends Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil
for coughs, colds, sore throat, caturrh and
A VIGOROUS POLICY
One True Source of Personal Force
Tremendous Capacity for Accomplishing Work Vig
orous Digestion and Calm Nerve3 Accomplish All.
Paine' s Celery Compound a Remedy That Does the
Closing out the bal
ance of our
The ndmiration accorded certain pub
lie men is due to their spleudid moral
Ureat moral courage and determina
tion are impossible without a eturdy
ligestion, a healthy liver aud a vigor
imaly nourished nervous system. No
one can imagine a R 'ed, Hill, Cleve
land, Russell, or any great champion of
his party in parliamentary debate witn
a badly nourished brain, a weak diges-
m'diate improvement of appetite and
grsduil guin In weight. Tnia remarka
ble remedy sets to work at once to
nourish nerve centers and purify the
blood of harmful hunnrs. It was. the
belief of Prof. Phelps, of Dartmouth
college, the discoverer of celery com
pound, and he so stated to his classes
at Dartmouth college, that only when
the system is perfectly nourished in
tissiw, blood and nerve "M'tiea, it it
at following prices:
A LIVELY SUED.
It Creates Graat Havoo Upon the Streets
Svecial to the Scranton Tribune.
Cabbondale, Pa, Feb. 2 Yester
day afternoon at the corner of Main
street and Salem avenue was a scene oi
much excitemeut, caused by a ho
attached to an unoccupied cuttei
which came down Salem uvenne at h
breakneck speed. The runaway passed
several sleighs ou its course with whir
it narrowly escaped colliding, nntil i
arrived in front of the Leader office,
where stood a horse bitched to a cuttei
occupied by two ladies. Into this tb
runaway crashed, but fortunately ii
collided with the rear of this vehicle,
and the horse being firmly held no fur
ther damage was done.
The runaway horse continued its
Brief Items of Interest from Our Regular
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Taylor, Pa., Feb. 2 A sleighing
party left here last evening for West
The Christian Endeavor society of
the. Methodist Episcopal chnrch will
celebrate their anniversary Sunday
evening with appropriate exercises
the post-master hght has been lost
sight of during the borough political
Harry Rivenbnrg, of Old Forge, was
in town Thursday.
Rumors are in circulation of the
nuptial knot being tied on many of our
young ladies and gents at an early
One Pleased Book Buyer.
One young lady bought a set of Dickens,
in vols.: George Elliot, 6 vols.: Cooper, 5
vols.; Dumas, 6 vols., for $7.10 -a beauti
ful library bound in English cloth aud
stumped In gold.
Beecham's pills are foi
oiliousness, bilicrus headache,
dyspepsia, heartburn, torpid
liver, dizziness, sick head
ache, bad taste in the mouth,
coated tongue, loss of appe
tite, sallow skin, when caused
by constipation ; and consti
pation is the most frequent
cause of all of them.
Book free ; pills 25c At
drugstores.or write B.F.Allen
Co. ,365 Canal St., New York.
THE GEM COUPON. THE MOST
UNIQUE OF ALL.
A Trip Througlr the Colum
72 loaves, printed on 0110 mile
only. .Showing all tho places of
interest on main grounds and
Midway Plaisanee. Size, 13x7.
Embossed paper cover or lull
Two Coupons and 25 CENTS takes
ombosBB 1 oover.
Two Coupons and 40 CENTS takes
Add 4 cents for postage If ordered by mall.
The Scranton Tribune.
Russian T.ynx Circular Cap , "I Inches, lM
Else trie Seal Olronlar Capes, 21 in s.vs
Astrakhan Circular Capoa, 21 in 9.88
Wool s.ai Circular Cap 14 in li.ll!)
Htuiio Mart -n Circular Capos, 21 in 411.00
Brown Marten t ircular Capes, 24 in 49.00
Otter Circular Capes, 24 in 60.00
Real Sacques, Inc'es long 11.10 00
Soul Jackets, 211 inches 100.00
heal .lacketH. 24 inches long 6U00
Astrakhan Jackets, !it inches lon 33.00
Seal Circular Cape, JU Inches lung, with
Butterfly Capo fss.oo
Otter Circular Cape, :ii inches luiig.wlth
Buttarflj Capo 108,00
Sable Circular Cape, 110 inches long a" 00
Astrakhan Circular Cupe, !) inches long 22 110
Klnctrin Seal Circular Capo, !) iu. long.. 2U 00
Uray Crhuraur (.'ircular Cape, !Wlu. long 3) 00
40 dozen American B-al Mulls at. ...1(125 each
1 lot 1 1 cliil, Iran's sots at UHc. each
1 lot of bluigh Hobos, pliuli lind fi each
Ladies' Plush and Cloth
Coats at Your Own
Thousands l!emnauts of Dry Goods. Cloaks and Fur Capus during
sale at less than cost of material.
Kvery inch of counter room covered with the greatest bargains ever
Ladies' Felt Hats, this season's Btyles lOe. each.
BoyB' Winter Waista I On each.
Muffs 30c. eaoh.
Cloaks $1.50 each.
HOSIERY. UNDER WEAK AND NOTIONS AT OUARTER OF VALUE.
COME. IT WILL PAY YOU.
Great Clearing Sale.
138 Wyoming Ave.
The only Practical Furrier in the city
tion and shaky nerves. Only the
healthy man, whose organs are doing
their duty, is firm, convincing, mug
A in m of ideas needs sound health
to carry them out, aud a clear, cool
brain is better than a Bhaky one, how
ever brilliant. The met) who can work
long hours under pressure wins suo
cessess, and fame or failure depends
oftener on a strong stomtch, healthy
nervous system and plenty of reserve
force than on great intellectual power.
Be well. Get nu of liver and kidney
possible to drive out the special dis
orders from important organ? like the
'iver, kidneys, heart nnd stomach.
Pai lie's celery como.iud todnyeiu
ains the strontli of thousands of
ird-workad m -u and wotnon who
innot take vacations and feel the ef
' icts of the unnatural demands made
mon their strength nnd nervous en
Igf, Patne's celery compound is th
;roatest bloo.l and nerve remedy tha1
isl ever in tha history of medicin
c ime within t m rsach of plain, hard
(J rjo -
j yy (Zr
Si Cft ' A M
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & CONNELL CO.
10 Days, Beginning Thursday, Jan. 18, at 10 A.M.
A. B. Brown's Bee Hive, Pittston, Pa.
I S BEE HIVI
THE GREATEST NOVELTY OF THE AGE.
Valuable ns a Souvenir of the FHir.
QUITE BAST WHEN YOU KNOW HOW
ftiiOO IN PRIZtiS WIIjIi BR DISTRIBUTED TO THOSE DOING THE
PUZZLE IN IME SHORTEST SPACE OF TIME.
FOR HALE BY ALL NEWS COMPANIES STATIONERS AND AT TOY
ANY ADDUESS t'PON KECEII'T OF
COLUMBIA MANUFACTURING CO..
AND 111 SOUTH EUTAW STREET, BALTIMORE, MD.
z P Q p Pimples, Blotches Eg
L ! L ! L 1 and Old Sores 3
PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT r M(,in,;,
and potassium Catarrh, Maria z
Atlantic Refining Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Illuminating and Lubricating
Linseed Oil, Napthas nnd Gaso
lines of nil grades. Axle Grease,
Pinion Grease nnd Colliery Com
pound j also, a laro line of Par
rnfHne Wax Caudles.
We also handle tho Famous CROWN
ACME OIL, the only family safety
burning oil in tho market.
WILLIAM MASON, Manager.
Works at Pine Brook.
W'ikness. JPaino's celery coraponn l I
will take avvny the sickly, dopresieil
uiiiimliitious fseling that coiiish with
dyapspsia, disordered liver and nsr
vous weskness Palim's cflry com
pound will fill the veins with blood
that is red and rich in foo.l for svery
vital organ. The first noticeable elfnct
of Paine's celery cr.mpuuud is tho iui-
Hon. Gsor,? F. Moras, one of tha
most prominent of the Govsruor'a
C'lunoil, of HaaaaohttMtto, is one of the
liay State's molt sulntnutial manufac
turers and business men, a veteran of
the late war. a popular Btid conserva
tive olllian. His autograph letter ia of
intarest to evry on.
We have placed on sale
our line of Ginghams for the
coming spring'and summer.
Finer Goods, More Tasteful
Colorings and Lower Prices
than ever before, are what
will recommend them to our
ronl or Mm txwt quality for domi'stlo usa,antl
of nil slzea. ditllveruii in auj part of tbs city
at lowoHt prlco.
Ordor left at my officii.
NO. 118, WYOMINO A VFNUR.
Bear room, first flrer. Third National Bank,
or aent by mall or tnloplione to the mine, will
receive prompt attuntlon.
Hpecial eontraoU will m mado for the sale
and delivery of Buckwheat Coal.
Rooms 1 and I Commonwealth BId'g,
MINING and BLASTING
Hade at tho MOO8I0 nnd HUdU
S Marvelous Cures
in Blood Poison
sll-" P. P. P. purlllos tlietiloot,bnlld9r.rt
Sw the woik and U'bilit:itud, kivos
alronffth to weakened norvos, rxpels
dlaeiHO. giving tho patie nt health and
hnpplncRH where alcknofls, gl.iomy
feelings and luultudo flm prevailed.
For primary, st-oondiirj' nnd tertiary
syphilis, for blood polaonlni:. mercu
- rialroHon, malar'.u, dyspepsia, and
in all blood and akin diseases, like
blotches, plmplos, old chronic uhvrs.
aj- tetter, scald hena, boils, erysipelas,
eczeii a wo may Bay, without fear or
s- c ntradietlon,thai V. P. P. If ihebest
atta blood pnrltlerln tho world. and makes
positive, speedy and permanent cures
In all cases.
Ladles whose syatoms aro poisoned
and whose bloodls In an Impure conrti-
m tlon. due to menstrual Irregularities,
aro peoullsrly benodt ed by the won-
S derful toalo and bloo.i elea:ilng prop
eriUsot P. P. P. - Prickly Ash, PoUe
y Hoot and Potassium.
trg. ei'niNnFiKLn, Mo., Aug. 14th, 1898.
t can speak In thn highest terms of
your modiclno from my own
knowledge. I was anei te i
disease, plearlsy and rheumatism for
3.') years, was treated by the vory best
physic lana ano spent hundreds of dol
lar, tried every known remedy with
out llndlng relief. I bnve only taken
one bottle of vour P. P. P.. and can
cheerfully sav It haa done me more
good than anything I have ever wkon.
I can recommend your medicine to all
eudorers or the above diseases.
MRS. M. M. YKAKY.
Springfield. Green County, Mo.
and Kjdnsy Troubles
ire fnttrcly removed by P.P.P.
PricUlv Ash. Poke Boot and Potas-
slum, th"e graatest blood purifier oa W
AnsnpEKS, O. . July 21 , 1891. . aj
Mrs-Fits. Lippman Bros. , Savannah, m
Ga. : IDEAKSias-I bought bottle of
your P. P. P. at Hot Springs. Ark. , and py
It has- dona me more koo(T than three mm
months' treatment at. tho Hot Springs.
Hand thr je bottles 0. O. D. Wf
JAP. M. N.WTOS,
Aberdeen, Brown County, O.
Capt. J. D. Johnston.
7V alt vhom it map concern: 1 hero
bv testify to the wondertul prcpctiea
of P. P. P. 'or eraptlona of the skin. I
Buffered for poveral years with as un
alghtlv and dlsairreeible eruption t
niv face. I tried everv known reme
dy but In vain, until P. P. P. was used,
aod am now entirely oured.
(Signed by) J. D. JOHNSTON.
Stain Canrrr Cored.
Tettimony from the May.tr of Seqvin.Ttt.
SEQfin.Tm., January 14, 1S93.
Mkssr0. urpjtAN Bao.. . Savanhab,
Oa. : timtlenrnl bnvo tried your P.
P. P. for a disease of the akin, usually
koown as skin cancer, of thirty years
standing, and found great relief: It
rurlflea the Mood nnd removes all Ir
ritation from tho seat of the diseaso
aud prevents any SDrcndiug of tho
sores. 1 have taken live or sis bottles
nnd foil ooniident that another oonrfa
will effect a eiire. It has also relieved
me from Indigestion and etotnach
troubles. Yours truly,
CAPT. W. It. Rt'ST,
Attoruoy at Law. i
Book oo Blood Diseases Mailed free. '
ALL DBUQOIITI BELL IT.
LnfeBkl ft Rand Powder Co. "a
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric I'ntterii's, Fusoi for explol
ing blasts, (safety Fuse and
RcpaunoChemical Co. 's High Explosives
. - ' :i rtsivt i jr.
si. T.i ut purr si I n.r.oo. slM
e'isps. sucli ns Weak Meuwry. Loss or Ilraln Cower, iu lolli-no, naeiuinusih
Los(ManBOOa,HlghU Emissions. Norvou.rss,al) drains and loss Of power
In Generative Organs of cither sex caused hy over exrtl.m.yoolht'iil error,
axoasslvaasa of tobacco, opium or stimulants, which lead to Intiritilt. typ-isii.-otlonorlr-nnltv.
Can hecarrlodln vest pocket. H per box. o Ii r
by mall prepaid. With a HS order we give vrrlt'eiiuiiarnntee to ciira
.... ....r,, ii,. nnnn. Ciroulnr fr,v. laid i andrttnutt. Ask for It. take
br.FOREANOAFTtBUS'KG.i: u taj AddrAi neivc MMJEo CO., Hasonie Temple. Cmaau.iu.
For Sale in Scranton, Pn.,byH. C. SANDERSON. JDrucist, cnr. Washington
hihI SbrUM streets.
WBt T. SMITH.
Earopnan Plan. First class Bar attsaharl.
Depot for Dergner 4s BlUtsra Tannbiouavjr
II, E Cor, 15tti and Filbert Sts PhUadi.
Moat deairabla for roaidonta of N.K. Ponn'
sylvaula. All conveniences for travelers
to and from Broad Btroot station and the
Twelfth and Market Ftroat station. De
sirable for vh it ing Sorantoulaus and peo-
le In the Anthracite Keg lou.
T. J. VICTORY.
IS THE BEST. Get prices and
see tha iurnaco and b Con
vinced. A full line of HEAT
ERS, Appello and Gauza boor
A Hand8om Complexion
la nno of tho groat stt ohsrms a woman con
possess Pozzosi'n Oohplexiok Powdu
gives It, M
DKtTF.r. 8lt)l CO., loc'p. rap'tai, 8i.ooo.on0-
BEST 1.80 SHOE IN THE ORI.O.
ucril i ii iolur earned, i
id nanek Doiifalai Ktd rtnt
(dfroo anywhrre In Uie V.s.,pni
receipt ofCaah.MuneJ' Order,
".1 Jttitar sucrif in a dollar
This r.iKlioa' Soli
ton llont delivered
Postal Nolo for U0.:
lfnn.its everv wav tho hoots
sold la all relnil. stores for
AND DEALHK9 IN
Atlnntlo Load and Frouch Zinc,
I'uto I.lnai ed OH,
Turpentine and Vnrnlsliea
lieiuly-mlxed I'alnta In all color.
Turls tVliito anil Kulsoinlnn,
oil- Vltrol. Slarble
Dust and Window Glass.
ourselves, therefore we ,!unr-
apue uie jm, riyie iitoi wi'h.
md If any one is not uamaed
Wo will refund tha money
Dexter Shoe G&.,
or BKDlI QDOtbor pur.
or UoBUB m
mm C, D, B, k Si
Uoh 1 to H nnd half
i at m i u .
I IfoiM tilled
m d .
Inserted In THE TRIBUNE at the
irate of ONE CENT A WORD.