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TIIE SCHANTON TIUBUtfE -FKTOAY MORNTNG, FEIJIIUATIY 1C. 1894.
MAPLE CITY IN WHITE.
Latest News from the Vicinity of
Snow -Covered Hons.dalt.
' Social to the Scranton Tritaine.
HoNi;siPM.B. Pa., Fb. 15 At White
Mills, opposite the store of Eugeue
Dorfliiiner, the road leuiling to Hones
dale desc-nds a slitrt d iclivity. Tlier e
ia a steep embiiokuieiit to the left
which leads down to the bank of the
Delaware and Hudson canal, and as
there is no K"rd along the roadway,
is a ftry dangeroui pi ice.
Yesterday afternoon Dr. C. E. Foster,
of this piaoi), wiiile rettfroiog trjin
professional visit behind his spankim:
team of bays, had a very narrow
WJ tapo fr uu a serious accident while
coming down tfi abort hill. tljs taam
took fright at some oil barrels along"
side the roadway, and turning sharply
aronnd dumped the doctor and his
coachman into the snow banks and
pr olpitatod themselves and the cutter
down the enbankment The result was
tomawbat damaging to tlu cutter, but
the horses esciped with few bruise
H T. Dolmctaoh experts to open in a
few days the neatest photographic par
lors to be found in this part of the
state They are located on the third
floor of the southern part of Kief and
Bpottigue'l new building, directly over
tho office of Homer (tieene, and con
sist of thrao largo rooms btaidoi dress
ing room, closets, etc. His apparatus
is of the latest design.
Today the nam White City would
be more applicable to this borough
than that of M iple City, as we are al
most litorally snowed under. The
snow fall of last night and this morn
ing was quite heavy and the banks
along the sidewalks at some places arc
veritable mountains. We are begin
ning to appreciate the expression often
beard last fall, ''and the next day it
Ramon of marriages are floating
about. A few days ago one of the Ex
change club's prominent member! was
ohserved to have cornered Prothonotory
Smith and to have been talking to him
in a very mysterious manner. A part
of the questions, when overheard, re
lated to tbe taking out of marriage
It is rumored that one of our young
society ladies is to wed an out of town
gentleman early in the spring. And
last, but not least, rumor says there is
every possibility of an elopement at an
early date, occasioned by the forbidding
attitude of stern parents.
Mrs. William F. Driggs.wife of Post
master Briag, and daughter, Katherine,
expect to leave for Buffalo today to
Charles P. SchnlUr, who was with
the Libbey Glass company at the
World's fair during tho summer and
latter has been connected with the
Mid-Winter fair in California, returned
home last evening.
Miss Hunt, of Scranton. who has
been visiting Miss Holmes, returned
The genial D. A. McFall, formerly
express agent here, was circulating
among his friends toduy.
FROM FOREST CITY.
Entertaining- Bite of Gossip Gathered by
Our Live Reporter.
Bpfdal to the Scranton Trihune.
Forest City, Pa., Feb. 15. James
Finnerty, of Vandling, who had some
of Uncle Sam's "long green" nearly de
stroyed by fire a short time ago, an ac
count of which appeared in TBI Trib
Dim at the time, received a check yes
terday from the treasury department
at Washington for what appeared to
be worthless looking money, but when
under the eves of an expert proved to
be worth $11,
Frank P Johns, formerly of Pleasant
Mount, bnt wbo at present is a drng
clerk in a large store in Philadelphia,
made a brief call on bis Forest City
A notice Is in the Forest City post
office inquiring the whereaoonts of
Fred Archer, ft., who left his home at
Easton, Pa., Jan. 31, 18!3. The missing
man is 91 years of age and five feet nine
inches tall. Any information concern
ing bim would be gladly received by
H. C Tilden, chief of police, Easton.
George Martin is sick with la grippe
at his home on Railroad street.
Harry Reed entertained a number of
his young friends at his pleasant home
on Main street yesterday afternoon,
the party being given in honor of bis
Miss Flo Allen started yesterday for
I an extended visit to Nsrrowsburg, N.
Y , friends and will also visit at other
Miss Minnie Cowles returned to her
home in Carbondale yester lay after
having spent a few days with relatives
in this place.
Mrs John V.tlvan, a native of Italy,
died at her home at tbe HI zing lump
yesterday morning, aged 14 years She
had been sick with pneumonia for the
past two weeks Interin mt will take
piace today in St. Rose's Catholic cem
etery, Carhondale, Undertaker Purple
Mr. and Mrs, Henry Box enjoyed a
ride last evening to Carbondale over
tbe mantle of white
Tbe Hillside employes were paid
yesterday, being a day late on account
of the storm.
Frank Irving, of Moosic, is in town
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Gillett, of Gib
son, are tbe gnests of Mn, Ilsnjamin
M i :; and Mrs. J. L. Wwstgate.
A large numbr of valentines w -r
mailed at the Forest City postoffice
The pupils of Benjamin F. Maxey's
room in the Forest City school will en
joy a skighride Saturday afternoon to
Miss Maude Reynold's pnpils are
thinking seriously over the matter of
an intended sleighride.
Next Tuesday tbe political storm will
be raging in all us fury. One thing It
certain, either the Repabllcan or
Democratic party will get "snowed un
der" in this place
Mrs. Jane Moses, of Scranton, is vis
iting her son, John Moses.
M. D. Evans, the new assistant mine
foreman at Forest City colliery, moved
bis family from Scranton to this place,
The Republican correspondent from
this plaee grows facetious when he in
timates that The TUBUMI correspond
ent borrows hi news, The Republi
can man's "news" is as stale as a two-year-old
herring and twice as dry.
Euoklen'e Arnica, Salve.
The best salve In the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Halt Kheum, Fever
Bores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
CornB and nil Hkin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
Ik guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price B5 cente per
box. 1 oi sale uy Matthews tiros.
CORRALLED AT CARBONDALE.
Items of Interest Gathered In the City
Svecial to the Scranton Trihune.
Carhondale, Pa., Feb. 15 Mr. and
Mrs. 1'. F. Moran, of South Main
street, mourn the death of their young
est child, Walte, who died yesterday
morning of convulsions. The funeral
will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock,
lutermeut will be made in St. Rose's
At the permanent organisation of the
HdmeTalent Opera company, which was
held on Wednesday vvruing, the fol
lowing officers wero elected: Musical
director, W D. Evans; dramatic man
ager, Dr. H. C. W neeler; accompanist,
Professor A P. Thomas; secretary, A.
Ice skating, which has been quite the
rage this se.sou, has so interested the
young people of tins place that on
Wt dneaday evening a large party was
in attendance at the opening of the
Metropolitan R dler Skating rink. The
riuk has been rented by some young
men and is under the management ol
Harry Pet tew.
S. W. Potter, of Jersey City, a for
mer Carboudale resident, is the guest
of his friend, A. S. Lewsley, of High
street. About three years' time has
elapsed siuce Mr. i'orter last visited
this city, aud the progress of improve
ment in our city is noticed by bim
with much interest.
Brief News Notes Prepared by an Enter
Si rciul to the scranton Tribune.
STROUDSBURG, Pa.. Feb. 15. How
ard Boll, sou ol E. A. Bell, tho insur
ance agent, will leave the office of bis
lather and act as stenographer and
typewriter for the Standard Manufac
turing company at East Slrondsbnrg.
Miss Laura Evans, the accomplished
daughter of Charles Evans, who is re
suming her studies at tao llast StrouJs
burg Normal school, has recovered
from a short illuesa
The popular Rev. C. A. Oakes, who
first conceived the idea that ft normal
school would pay in this oouuty, has
accepted a call to a pastorate in De
troit, Mich. Rev. Oaks. for a short time,
assisted Rev. Dr. Talmage at the
Mrs. Robert Hendersou, wife of the
flour merchant, was buried ou Tuesday
afternoon, I he tuneral services wero
held in the First Presbyterian ohurcb,
interment in Union cemetery.
Norton Houser, of Dickinson college,
ia spending a few day.? With bis parents.
Dr. N. C. Miller lost a bright-eyed
little daughter on Sunday afternoon.
The East Stroudsburg Knitting mills
are in need of girls to work ou ladies'
coats. Tbe silk mill at tbe same place
is running full.
Do net put off taking medicine. Numer
ous little ailments, if neglected, will booh
break up the system. Take Hood's Sarsa
parilla now, to expel disease, giving
strength aud appetite.
Hood's Pills cures constipation by restor
ing the peristaltic actlou of tbe alimentary
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Tbe public has shewn its apprecia
tion of the liberal offer made by TBI
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put before them. This offer will be
open but a short time, however, and
those who desire to take advsntage of
it should not delay. The terms of the
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any reader the first twelve volumes,
balance payable at the rate of 10 cents
per day; or, ou the receipt of 4 511
cash, the complete set of twenty-live
volumes will be sent, the balance to be
p. ml at t n. i rate of $5 per month.
The price of the entire set is only
$1,98 per volume for the twouty-five
volumes, which is less than one-fourth
the price of the original edition. At
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is far superior to that produced at
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so that the work is a complete epitome
of IDtb century facts.
The work is haudsomuly printed on
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in the most substantial manner. Msm
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cyclopedia headquarters, 437 Spruce
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Hkmahkkd by It. 0, Joiner, of Allen, P.
0., Btlledale IV, Mich. I "Nothing gave
my rheumatism such quick relief as Dr
Thomas' Electric Oil believe it infallible
i ' s
REZZULO SUES RAFFAELI.
A Suit in Trespass That Is Reported at
Special to the Scranton Trihune.
AROBBALD, Pa., Feb. 15. Last Mon
day Antonio Rezzulo. au Italian resi
dent of Arohbald, entered suit against
KalTaeli Morasci, ona of his fellow
countrymen, to recover $",000 for ma
licious prosecution aud false imprison
ment. Last November Morasci had
Keznlo arrested for stealing a monkey
wrench. When the case came before
the grand jury Morasci did not appear
and the bill was ignored.
The imputation of dishonesty, and
imprisonment, have so monkeyed with
the character and wrenched the feel
ings of Rezzulo that he claims the
above damages as a balm.
Often asked by people at this sea
son ol the year sire these:
"How can 1 net to leel stronger
'How can I build up my sysleni
and iet more llcslii"
Now, there is
to these questions which can bo
depended upon, because it is based
upon solid (aids. The answer is
this: 1st! Paikola. the great fresh-
forming food, the only perfect sub
stiiule far cod-liver oil prepara
tions and all other old fashioned
remedies. Paskola makes thin
teople fat, it makes I hem strong;
it gives, new life to those who are
weak and debilitated.
Ask your druggist for Paskola,
and give it a trial.
A pamphlet giving fullparticu
ars respecting Paskola will be sent
on application l the Pre-Digested
Food Co.. 108 Dnane St., N. Y.
The Delaware, Lackawanna and Wes
torn engine, Mo. 181, which was rnu by
Emmett Adams on trains Sand on the
northern division, has been remodeled
into a culm burner. Mr. Adams had the
engine ont for a trial trip yesterd uy and it
nave excellent satisfaction. It is as fine a
piece of mechauism as has been turned
out of the shops for some time, and does
credit to Master Mechanic Brown under
whose observing eye it was rebuilt.
F. P. Browu is the' new assistant secre
tary at the Railroad young Men's Chris
tian association. He has proved himself a
valuable acquisition and is becoming very
popular with the railroad men.
The switchmen will dance at Music hall
on Feb. M in honor of the birthday of the
father of the country.
BURDOCK Bi-ood BrmtRa taking after
eating will relieve fny feeling of weight
or overfulness of stomach, bold every
where, A Friendly Comment.
Edith Tom told me ho loved me the first
time we met.
Clara -It must make you feel nwfully
curious to know who told him of your fortune.
of disease feed on life, and
are only overcome by the
making of sound, healthy
the Cream of Cod-liver Oil,
is an easy, palatable fat food
that makes new tissue quick
ly and gives strength. Phy
sicians, the world over, en
Don't be deceived by Substitutes!
I'repurod by Scott i Bowne, N. V. All Drusgiitl.
Ladies Who Value
A refined complexion mustuse Pozzoni's Pow-I
der. It produces a soft and beautiful skin
Closing out the bal
ance of our
atrophy, etc., rarely eared b
llniil.M, Ill-mi riy. V. Ili .rlllntumitn luCira. ,V1H
M .. i ...... s UKOS., Prugljlsls, ScruutuO, I n
and vlpor qulrkly
INDAPO. the mat
THE RUSH WAS GREATE.t YESTERDAY THAN BEF01E AT THE TRIBUNE OFFICE
When Raby was nick, we (rave her Oiwtnrle.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castorla,
When she Ijocame Miss, she clunjr to Castorla.
When sho had Children, she gave them Castorla,
This Is the Picture of the "Maidens Swincine." One of the Three Beautiful
Works of Art, Obtainable at The Tribune Office by Cutting Out Three
Coupons of Different Dates with 10 Cents.
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
A. B. Brown's Bee Hive, Pittston, Pa.
Thousands Remnants of Dry Goods. Cloaks and Fur Capes during
sale at kss than cost of material.
Every iucli of counter room covered with the greatest bargains ever
Ladies Felt Hats, this season's Btylea.
Hoys' Winter Waists .
. . I Oc. ouch.
. . I Oc each.
. .30o. each.
HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR AND NOTIONS AT QUARTER OF VALUE
COME. IT WILL PAY YOU.
Great Clearing Sale.
at following prices:
Russian I.ynx Circular Cap's, 24 Inches, I4.M
Kleclrlc Seal Circular Capes, H In .. S.V8
AHtrukhan Circular t.'upcH, '.'i In 9.tt
Wool Seal Circular Cap s, 2 in 14.0J
Htcmu Marti n Circular Cupos, M In 40.011
Browu Marten Circular Capes, '- in 4A.00
Utter Circular Capes, 1 iu.,.., 60.00
Real Sacques, 3S ine'es long 1110.00
Seal Jackets, W inches 100.00
Seal Jackets, 1M inches long 00.00
Astrakhan Jacket. i u. i.-. Km ui.uu
Seal Circular Cape, U0 inches long, with!
Bultorlty Capo J85.00
Ottor Circular Cape, 3'J Indies long.with
Uutterfly Cape 105.00
Sablo Circular Capo, 3D inches long BS 00
Astrakhan Circular Cape, U0 inches long 28 00
Else trie Seal Circular Capo, M In. long.. 20 00
dray Criiumer Circular Cape, JO in. long JO 00
40 dozon American Seal Mulls at, ...SI i" each
1 lot tchll'lren's sets at VHc. each
Hot of Sleigh Robes, plush lined $J each
Ladies' Plush and Cloth
Coats at Your Own
138 Wyoming Ave.
Tho only Practical Furrier in tho eity.
IS THE BEST. Get prices and
sen the lurnnce and be con
vinced. A full line of HEAT
ERS, Appello and Gauze Door
William : Sissenberger
Opposite Baptist Church,
Is replete with fine and
medium Parlor Suits, Fancy
Rockers, Couches and
Lounges for the Holiday
Trade. Prices to Suit all.
Also Bed Room Sets, Din
ing Room and Kitchen Fur
niture. Parlor Suits and
Odd Pieces Re-upholstered
in a Substantial manner.
Will be as good as new
Rooms 1 and 2 Commonvvsalth Bld'g,
MINING and BLASTING
iladoattho MOOSIO and UUSII
Lnflliu & Rand l'owder Oo.'s
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Batteritvi, Fuso for explod
ing hlasts, Safety 1'uso aud
RcpaunoChcmical Co.'sHigh Explosives
(Vol of tho licst quality for domestic uso.and
C'f iillKlzon, delivered in mi) lutrt of the city
lit lowest price.
Ordors Ji'ft at my office.
NO. 11H, WJk'OMINO AVKMin,
Koar room, first floor, Third National Hank,
or neiit by mall or telephone to tho mine, will
reooive nroumt attention.
!-'t'i'iai eontrarta will tin
WM. T. SMITH.
made fur tho aalu
delivery of lines wheat Coal
Kuropoan nn. Fint-olani Par sttiiehed.
DcVHit for lleigner A Bagel's Taunhuiusor
N. E Cor, 15th and Filbert Ptiilark
Uost doslraliln for rcnidents of N K. I ,. n;
sylvania. All conveniences for travelers
to and from Broad Htreet station anil the
Twelfth and Market Street etatlou. D
liraMe for vieitiug Soruutuiiluns and peo
ple lu the Anthracite KeKiou.
T. J. VICTORY,
FOR THE LENTEN SEASON
All hind Fresh Flili received dally.
Fancy Mmokeil Halibut,
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & CONNELLCO.
BR I C
Best in tho market
Brandt Clav F
OFFICE: Hiiighamton, N.Y.
FACTUHY: ilrandt, Pa.
Roekawar, Chetapenkn Hay,
" Hirer rov an
Of conrie, this picture gives only the faintest conception of the artistic excel
lence of tbe fine photographic gain for which crowds daily bssieg the office and
the mails come burdened with coupons and eash. Yon can't tell how long tbis
offer will remain open under suon continuous demands; therefore cut out you
coupons while you have the opportunity.
Sort Shell lamo, Shrhnpt,
W. H. PIERCE,
DEXTKU BHOK CO., tap I'aplUl, M.OO0.
HKHT SI. ftO NIIOK IN TBI WOKI.O.
"A ilullar MMSSl 1 fl JoUar tamed, i
ThltLndlen' Soldi French ouolu Kid Bui
ton Hoot delivered free ;iynre In the U.S.. on
receipt oi;iin, Mouey vnwr,
OfttHI tNOlO mi )
Kiiusla every way tho hootn
1 In all renin iiorea ier
tll.W. Wo make Om hoot
ourwlven, therefore wo guar-
autre the ft, !if ana vrar,
and If any one ( net MllenVri
we will reiumi tne money
Tee or UOSBmuBl anm,
width (', D. li. KK,
itzot 1 to 8 and half
Ltce. Sunn" ynur rur;
uM fit you.
l BOSTON. BLVHS.
Special lrm to beaten.
sssm ' hhc m
A. B. BROWN'S BEE HIVE,
THE GREATEST NOVELTY OF THE AGE.
Valuable as a Souvenir of the Fair.
QUITE EASY WHEN YOU KNOW HOW
IN PjtlZISfl WILL BR DISTRIBUTED TO THOSE DOING THE
1TZZLE I.N THE SHOit'f EST SPACi: OK Tl
FOR SALE BY ALE NEWS COMPANIES. STATIONERS AND AT TOY
STORES, OR SUNT TO ANY ADUHESS UI'O.N HECLII'T OP
PRICE, 25 CENTS, UY
COLUMBIA MANUFACTURING CO.,
111! AND 114 SOUTH ELTAW STREET, BALTIMORE, MD.
n n R Pimples, Blotches
Dexter Shoe Go.
5- PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT
Sr Marvelous Cures
in Blood Poison
tfa- P. P. P. pnrlfles thehlood. bnlldsnp
j.. tho weak and debilitated, BiTel
Btrengah to weakened nerves, expels
cUstasss.sTt1 1 Ji k the patient health and
g hapulueHS where sickness, ffloomf
teellngsund lasnltudo Urt prevailed.
I-'it primary, B.ioondary and tertiary
eyphiAa, or blood poisoning, niercu
rial polBon, malaria, dyspepsia, and
jHkh' In nil hlood and akin diseases. Iil.o
5 blotchos, pimples, i'ld chronic ulcers,
teller, scald head, boils, erysipelas,
M eczema- womayeay, without fear of
contradiction, that P. P. P. Is the best
' blood pur' tier lu the world, and makes
b positive, speedy and permanent euros
el In aii cases.
ladles whose systoms ro poisoned
B- and whose blood is iu an Impure enndt--fc
don, iluo to menstrual lrresularltlei,
are pecollariy benefited by the won
S" dertul tonic and blood cloansinK prop-
ertlesof P. P. P. -Prickly Ash, Poke
Root and Potassium.
s eruaoriBLD, mo., aur. nth, 1893.
I oan speak in tho blithest ternis of
40 - vonr medicine from my OWB personal
KnowiedKC. 1 waa nflncted wkli heart
" disease, pleurisy and rheumatism for
ttm 88 years, was treated by the ven : sst
Til ptuklcians and spent hundreds 1 1
f lar's, trleii every known remedy with
mm - out finding relief. I have only taken
S one Dottlo of your P. P. P., and can
oheerfullv sny It has done me more
mm boh1 lhau anything I have aver taken.
lean rocommond your medicine to all
S"- eufforers of the above diseases.
uuu' MHS. M. M. YHAUV.
9 Bprlnflold. Green County, Mo.
and Old Sores jzS
Catarrh, Malaria 2
and Kidney Troubles
An- 4-ntlrely reroeied by P.P.P. '
Prickly Ash. Poke Root and Potas-
slum, the grcaloBt blood purifier on S
AnrnmiJ. O. . July 21 . 1!U. . stfV
MRSSKS. LlrPkUM BIOS., Mavannah,
Go.: DCSJlSlRS 1 lioiiRht almttleof
your P P. P. at Hot Spnugs.Ark.,and SW
It has done me more booii than three m
toonthstr''a;ment at the Hot Hprings.
Send three bottles t'. o. D. 4s9
Kispectlully yours m
lis. M. fcrWTOK,
Aberdeen, Brown County, O.
Capt. I. ii. Jolinaion.
7b all rrhom it may concern: I
hv testlfv tothevonderful nr- perlies ,
of P. P. P- for erupthms of the skin. I
suffered for several years with au uu- '
Slfbtll and disagroeeblo eruption OO ,
mv faco. 1 tried ovorv known reme
dy but In vain, until P. P. P. was med, i
nd am now entirely cured.
(lined by) J. r. .tohsstos.
Savannah, Go. i
Nkln Cnnccr t'ai. d.
Tettimony from (he Mayor of SeQUtn.TeX '
8Kgt iN, Tex., January 14. ISfiS.
Mf.sbrs. LirrwAN linos., bavnnnah, 1
On.: Gentlemen 1 have tried your P. ,
p. p, fur a disease f the skin, usually
known as skin cancer, of thirty years" ,
standing, and found great rellof: It
purlhest he blood and removes all ir
ritation from the seat of the disease
nnd prevents anv spreading of tho
sores. I have taken fiveor six bottles
nnd feel conll'lent that another course
will effect a euro. It has also relieved
uie from Indigestion and stomach,
troubles. Yours truly.
CAPT. W. M. RUST,
Attorney at Law.
book on Blood Diseoses MM Free.
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Wyouiiug Ave. aud Spruce St,
906 South Washington Avenue,
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