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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 23. 1894.
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,URITC. hard times consumers
cannot afford to experiment
with inferior( cheap brands of bak
ing powder. ' It is NOW that the
great strength and purity of the
ROYAL stand out as a friend in need
to those who desire to practise Econ
omy in the Kitchen, Each spoonful does its per
feet work. It; increasing sale bears witness that
it is a necessity to the prudent it goes further.
rocera sav that every dollar in
vested in Royal Baking Powder i
worth a dollar the world over, that it
docs not consume their capital in dead
stock, because it is the great favorite,
and sells through all times and seasons
CYAl PAKINO POWOER CO., 10 WAU ST , NEW-YORK.
FOUND DEAD IN BED.
James Cadden, of Oarbrndale, Rioelvea
.'. H i( fn thr SbrnmlM IWssss,
Cahhonimi.k, Ph., Feb. M -Junti
('addon, of Duudar? strutit, wat found
drii.lmli.il this morning. It" rutlrnd
tlio evening lire v i out to apiiareut sound
health, mid it win with much turbriet
that hu friends found bin dead thin
Dr. Kelly, tho coroner, wni tent for
who sinpanntUtd ihe following Jofi
Mioiin.nl Morrison. Pstsr PtanntMy, E
.1. Mrii.iin. Patriate Bulllvao, Michael
Oonnar, and John McAmliaw, who de
Oldtd the lyuung iii. n i ' death win
canted from heart failure The de
ciiaied was KM yearn of ago. Ilia tuuri.il
will lie hold mi Batarday aftsrnoon at
M o'elook, Services will bo tiouduotsd
iu Ht. Kuan church.
Title KKItltimiE DID ir
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THE NEWS OF
THIS ii the month th thoughtful
honsewife thtaks of the advent of
taring ant the aivtaug of getting
mwis doaa daring the enforced nuist
HM WASH GOODS
Do vou rnwru:nr the beautiful assort-on-'o:
we ve yju Li-t year' They are
handsomer this year than ever . POMlga
oreitiee ana uuuiest: z staple, seleot
now wale the aeaoraniat : so abound- i
OCR USES DEPARTMENT
Is replete w.th wiecuon u'.otated by the
taeten aa I wants t ,ur patrous. electetl
by experienced buyerj. The liarreet is
rady N. vws v ior thu arisistui'e jf the
m.iuy indent, tuuuey -saving houaewivee
of our city to help gather it For Good
Linen we prom.ee yon warns beyond
all -xpec rations Lmei! Tabl" Damaak.
Cnehea ml Fowettng; mcludinK all the
beet maaos of Kitclien and tioller Towel
ing. Hemstitched H sk Towels. Axi'l
stoclc of Linen the prde of the house vife
HKE rs AN D 9HEET1NG8
M, M. KM W.i har wv.-a! the Boot
Stlons of "h.- narset. The dilerent jaal
ttlaa, veaes. w.dui and yarns aseU. We
can lay that theee foods wL stand the
tell-tale wash tub tst. Widthi are right '
Qoalifttaa are mint And oar prices are
In reit varieties. The greatest ollectioa
for v i.u.m m l pattern u hav ever pat
upon our counters,
Embroidered in ail 'he newt designs,
suitable for ail kinds of Dress Trimmings
Extra unatity. fiilsizi Toilet Quilts. Fall -Mar
eil.ee B-ijpre nU of ail
kind Shown t i be sold now.
A grt aMortment for the critical buyir
Oar line w irthy a upecial trip to see. You
will rind nothing unworthy oar reputation
aa Up to-Date Merchandisers.
The arrival of new goods for spring ne
reaeitates us to clos ut many Eiegant
fiooda Xacwdlaaa of Cost styles are not
always the tmn,. novelties of last reason
must go. 3r.apli Oooda must make room
for others if ugkter toxtnre and dlfTsrn
abadin.'i. Ken buyers know this as well
as -re Your ebttdran in school and
daughters ,n ladies' alleges all would like
new t1r"es. Now if your opportunity.
Do not mies It :
When it is the season to wear them. There
is no reason why you should not have
them. Evening Siiks, Black Broead
.latins, White Sapan S.iks. Broche Pongees
in evening shades Home and see them.
Vou are sure to -jvantt tbem.
Just from Paris, the brightest makers.
Fairioacing Designs. In all wool anil silk
tnd pooI. Designs all our own. Don t
buy old. sryloa at any price Wo will sell
you the t,'p-to-Dato Printings and charge
yon no more than last year's left overs
at other plaes
We won t carry these goons over, ff 7on
have a plac to keep them, n t n.-'ling
them for present wear, grasp 'his ' hance
for money saving. Nearly all the sizes
and of many different makes
Wash Laces, f.'nderwear Lar.es Venetian
point Laces and Insertings. i ,od valaes.
New Ooods arriving early More Improve
men's, letter dyes. PTf6tO In vle
ing, heeling, and no more Injurious sffects
from ifT dyes fet your supply early
JERMVN NEWS NOTES.
BappnlB In a L'vsly Borough R
cord.rl for Oilck Reading
fttifcinl lo tin y.rranUm IHasMM
jKiivtym. J'a., Feb. 'ii J. H Whnair,
who recuntlr cat his foot with an hx
It able to be ont again.
A Inrga and appreciative, andience
greeted the Hev lit. I'naroa lait nvsn
ing and listened to hia lacturw. The
account of his travelt through the Holy
Land it vary interesting and wax very
much appreciated by all.
Evnlng Htar lodge, No. C'i, Ameri
can I'rotettant atsocistlon, will bold
the entertainment and supper Katnr
day evening. Coma out and help tb
A number of the sporting element
want to Olyphant yesterday to a tli
Jerinyu birds whip tlmi from below.
AMrs. Daniel Fotterman, of Wyom
ing, la Tititing friends here.
The Jermyn Citizen'a band havk
moved into the new building on Third
street purchased from the Salvation
army, and now have one of the most
cosy band room in the county,
William Scull attended a birthday
party near Scull pond Tuetday. He
wat the youngest of a party of ale van,
whoso agee added, made 709 year.
Miss Emma Bcutt accompanied the
funeral party to Kalis yemerilay and
will spend a day or two with frlendt
Dr. Wood's Norway Pine 8yrnp cure
coughs and colds quicker than any other
remedy, because it comblnee the lung
henllng quality of the pine tree with other
valuable medicines. Sold by all dealers on
guarantee of satisfaction,
Put of town correspondents ofTna Tats
I'M! should sign their uauies in full toetetl
Sews letter, not for publication uut to guard
etfaiust deception i
FROM FOREST CITV.
The Citiztoa Are Patriotic In the Observ
ance of Washington's Birthday.
Special fo tae Smajttoit TViuae.
iT.'rkst City, Feb. 'i'i. Washington's
birthday has dawned upon thii place,
which is covered with a tnautle of
beuatiful white, and the patriotic peo
ple are observing it in a royal way, iu
noaor of the father of oar country
J.J. Janswick was the first to plac
the I tan and itripes fljatiug upon the
the brez; others have followed until
the town premata a gila appearance.
Nearly all stores are eloteJ, and work
at the mine is snspepded.
Harry Smith, sun James Smith, of
this place, and employed as a inul
drivtr at the Cliifjrd shaft, met wirii
a painful and what may prove to be a
teriona accident yesterday while at.
work. In pursuit of the mule which i
had got aw iy from him, he ran with j
terrific fore? against the sharp edges of
projecting rocks, cutting his bead in a
terrible manner Three large bones
were removed mar hit forehead. The
unfortunate young man was tiken to
the Carhondale hospital, as soon as
possible for treatment.
Fred Herrlck. an attache of Lara
bee's toosorial parlors, has been so
journing the past few days with Great
H. K. Viughn is on a businest trip to
towns along the "Jeff."
Miis M tu !e B ynolds' pipils are en
joying a sleighride to OaroondaJe to
day, an 1 a number from B F. Msxjy's
room who were unable to go last Satur
day are among the happy ones.
John Oard, a student at Wyoming
seminary, it visiting his parents in tnis
place, returning to his sctiool duties
if on uy.
Mrs. W. J. Pentecost held a "rag
Dee" at her home, on the Wayne comi
ty tide, ytster lay afternoon A large
nnm r of ladies from this place at -tended.
Ernest S Csry, an employe nf tha
Hillside offle at Scranton, spent a short
tuns with hit parantf In this place yes
Jsrae T. Dubois will give hit popu
lar lectnre, "Met Abroad, " at the Opera
honse tonight. A large numbir of
tiekets nave ben sol I and undoubtedly
the d!,era hons will be well filled, as
the el 'pent tpeaker hat a good repu
tation. A number of Forest citizent joined
the 0 W excursion to PoyottlU to
night and 9nj yed a few hourt of skat
ing by moonlight.
This remedy is trirnlng so well known
and so popular as to need no sp( rial men
tion. All who haye used BttCtriC Hitters
sing the same ong of praise A purer
merli' me does not etist and it is giiaren
teed to do ail that is Haim d Rlei-t ric
flitters will dire all diseases of the Liver
and Kidneys will remove Pimples, lloils,
Salt Rbenm and Other affections caused by
impure blood. Will drive Malaria from
MM system and prevent ss well as enre all
Malarial fevers. -For cure of Headache,
1 ontispation and Indigestion try Klect.ric
Hitter K.nt.re anslarrion guarantee.!,
or money refunded. Price M Ota and tl
per bottle at Mnlthews Brot,, Hrug store.
Dan Caasy Ver iweared yo'd be true
tu me, Aiiiistiisiu Dooley,
naataaia Doolay 01 did; but tlu
daughter uv erroan wot'ta porlosot
oaalfer and u gintleman cun t wuik
whin alio tiilica bcr uiriug. It's tbu
kerrldgt wot ketohed me, Judge.
ITAVINU DIM 01 I .
UNDER BAIL FOR THEFT.
Th Preadtnt of th Linkport Fihr
Gompaav Ohatfftd with Laroeny.
', ..a' As Srr'intnn 7Vniae.
FlnoOOnOMi Pit., Pib. 28 Jesse
Peterson, president of tb Lookport Fi
bre company, was arrtstod today on
the charge of larceny of varnishts, pill
and patterns In the mill of the Key
tton Fibre compa ny, at East Strouds
burg, wliloli com p my preferred the
charge Both th" Keystone company
and tho Lockport company are engag
In the manufacture of pulp palls. It
is claimed by the Ksyatnmi company
that they manufacture n better nail
than th LoeHport people do. Peterson
visited the mill of thu Keystuno torn
pany yesterday and patterns, oils and
varnishes were found in his possession
which led to bit arrest.
Peterson wat taken before Justice
Drake, of this plane, and bound over to
appear at the hearing on Friday, He
denisa the charge and claims that what
was found In his possession was given
him by C. Valentine, who is an em
ploye of the Keyitone company. He it
president of the Look port Fibre com
pany, which hat a capital stock of
65(),U00. He ii a prominent Democrat
and a man of considerable wealtu.
Not Much on Sprinting.
Philadelphia 7'im. Dem.
Mingling war time memories with the
gentlor battlos of the polls, a Hancock
never did rnn well in Pennsylvania,
llriuf and Iuteiantlu- New fioin the
Njieciaf to the Scranton Tribani.
GaRBONDALB, Pa, Feb. 'JJ. Mitt
Mi rntt Douovau, of Balam avenue,
lelt this evening for Starruoi. where
the will bo tli guest of her tittvr, Ml t
Strong, duriug the eomiug turee
Horatio Moore, of Scranton, recently
tn employe of the Heudriuk Manu
facturing company in thit city, wat
sailing on friends hart today.
B, F. Maxev, an enterprising school
teacher of Forest City, allowed hit
pupils to enjoy Washington's birthday
by treating them to a tleighride to thit
Frank Berry and Sidney Birkett
were iu Strati ton this evening, attend
ing the Assembly social.
Oau J. Kobinaon left today for a
visit to Now York city,
Mrs, C P. Halloi'k departed for
Wiikts-Barre today, where she will be
the guest of rslativ.'S
M L MoMillio, of Nicholson, was
among the visitors in tint city today
Owen Pciney, of Now York city,
called 00 friends in this city today.
Washington! Birthday was observed
in a very appropriate manner in this
city. Many of the business placts had
trie stars and stripes in the Inezes in
honor of the day. This evening a sup
per and entertainment was held in As
sociation hall by council No. 972,
Junior Order United American Me
chunics. The entertainment programme
consisted of songs and recitations and
was very interesting.
J. B. Nioholson, E. W. Mills and
Edward Clarkson leave tomorrow
inerning for Paterson. N. J., where
ttiev will be in the employ of the Elec
tric Light company.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Meth
odist church held a supper iu the I
chapel thit evening win , was liberally
E.itertatnlog News from a Hustling
A'peoal fo the Scranton Tribune.
Diryka. Feb. 23 Election patted
oft rather quietly here, the honort be
ing abont equally divided between
D-mocra'.s an 1 Republicans.
The successful contestants are: For
jnstif of the peace, James (Hlboy and
Haul Urban; for las collector. Peter
Jackson; for school directors. Thomas
Joyce and Thomas C isgrove, for troas
nrer, Henry Eith; for supervisors,
Itobnrt Herron and James Monaliau.
Rev J us. Mitchell is able to lis about
The employes of the Connnll Coal
company of this place received their
monthly pay Wednesday.
Those of the Hahylon will get ptid
I he work on th new olinrch is being
Miss (trace Msrcy is on the s'o'r list.
Hev. Jamas Mitchell will preach a
pedal sermon Sunday evenin" iu the
Presbyterian chapel for the Order of
Sons of Temperance of this piac.
MARTHA WASHINGTON TEA.
A Pleasant Affair Under the Aiiaplnea of
the Prsshvtsrlan Church.
!ilrtinl tn thr Strnntnn Tribune.
EfoMttDALS, I 'a.. Feb. 22. -At hat
been the custom for the puat few years
a "Martha Washington ' tea was served
at the Presbyterian chapel this even-
Tho llditOfium was prttlly deror -uted
for the occasion Tables were
spread In the circular gallery 00 the
floor below were the booth trimmed
with the stars an stripes, from whioh
cut flowers and nandlea were sold A
bakery wns another feature but pro
bably the most interetntiiig and novel
booth waa tho.Hrownie booth, from
Which a large Dttfflbef of the cloth rs
praeutativHK of this unique and widely
known rain was disposed,
Daring thi evening the following
tolos worn rendered' Miss Nettie
i in.. h II. violin; Ed Heed, (lute, Mlts
Alios B, TillOW end BoWtfd Tracer
A. Few Snap nimis From th Camera of
Njirrint to thr Srran'on Tribune.
Honichiiai.k, Feb. 22 A spirited
team Osf gray OWDsd bt Frank Wane
gcr became frightened this morning
and dashed down Mum street at a
frightful rate, causing a great c num..
tion along the route. They wsr stop
ped at the corner of Htxtli stroet, No
Benjamin Fitch is moving into his
house on upper Bait street.
School was closed today for the re
mainder of the week.
T.J. Moore. 0. J BolanS, John
Kcheuer, J W. Shear an 1 F. 0 Fer
guson, of Scranton, were registered nt
Allen bonne today,
tikwark or KiiAiuiH. Ho sure yon got
the genuine Dr. Thomas' Kclectrlo Oil. It
cures colds, croup, asthma, deafness and
Misa Pinkcrly I hope you will see
me in a new gown when you call
Young Tutter Whon do yon expect
to pet it, Miss (Tara?
Miss Plnkorly Oh, not for several
BKTTLIt THAN MKU1CIM&
"You and your mother-in-law seem
to be on excellent terms. When you
were sick I saw her sitting by your
"Oh, that was because the doctor had
prescribed a sweat bath.' Fliegende
or ROME DSK.
Old Ootros tin hia fashionable son)-
You and your set thoroughly disgust
inc. VoU could gel nlnliff lis Well Milli
on! a bend ne with one.
A ljry Aw fawther how wtdton
lnusi Why, wheah would fellah
weab his hat? Puck.
"AT TBI I Mi i ins norn."
What is Moro Attractivo
Than a pretty fco vrllh a IrSSh, brlht
sseMtstloal For it.aiso possoni's Powder,
The new oiler
made to Tribune
readers on page 7.
It is the best
one yet made
Mr j. If. ItUHh
Aiialoinliih, I 11, n.
A Wonderful Cure
Ulcer in tho Stomach
Hood'n Sarsaparllla Restores Flesh
Stronuth and Health.
'('. 1. Hood Co., Lowell, Mass.:
"I fssl It my duty lo Ujsrin liumaiilty to
l(lvea nt.iliiiiuiit o tin, wouileilul cum Hooil's
Bartaparllla hnmniit shout im ut. Ovsi two
yssrs an" 1 bsestns hi, line tosaulserteni
Itomaeb. 1 hu.t 111 tu MVtn dinnent phsl.
limit, ahOSS utaiwIliiK wan ol tin, Ugbssti lut
tin y 1II1I not run, inc. I WSt hioken duii Iu
USSitil ami lost In vsiight tiulu
14ft to 118 Pounds.
I I'uiild h;u illy ti' l around, and utter buffering
ttrsrely for about a year, i sosssssnssd un, a
Ueod's Hsrtapsrills, Aitti thu Brtt huiii i bs
linn to h ii like a new man. 1 purchased an
other hnttle ami bad not taken half nt It when I
asseuredof my trouble i am now in baslth, I
baok to luy old wiighl uahi hint ulh-inlliiK reg-
iiinrh to my ui k I firmly bellert Hood'i hut.
Raliaiilla lived my life " r, W In mi, Aimlo
inlnk, Ptnnt) Ivanla. cl Hood's,
Hood's Pills in'' band made, ami perfect
In proportlOU ami uiijcaiaiwe. it:. pst boi.
HOW TO MAKE MONEY
lherearo huiidreils of youn' m;u uud youug wouieu iu thit
country who have hiileiitlid ability, but they have never been
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
lias been an Inspiration to hundreds of young people. If you
are tired of inactivity aud want to Uo bowcthiiig tangible,
come to the kulege.
COMMON BNOL1IH COUltsu
iu si i ,ss CO CRM B.
.HoBravii covbmk. f QOD, Proprietor.
. N,;W YEAR OPENS .JAMJAUY i.
KERR & SIEBECKER
OUR LINE FOR SPRING, 1 894
Wiltons, Axminsters, Moquettes, Velvets,
Body Brussels, Tapestries, Ingrains, &c,
now ready. The largest line of new pat
terns and novelties we have ever shown,
which we submit for the inspection of
buyers. Prices will be found thoroughly
Japanese and China Mattings, in Plain, Figured and
Linoleums and Oil Cloths, in all qualities and widths
from one to four yards wide.
Dr. EX Grewer
The Philadelphia Specialist,
And Us tooUn.l ,tfl of Enelli.li and Qm
niu i brlctaus.ar duw iieruiauuutLy locate
'temple Court Building
SI I BPRVCR ST.,
Whcru Uiey may x i,lkulted DAILY AND
TJS Dootir Is a graduau ot tns Tnlvorsitr
St Pi'nuaylvaBla, foruierlr a. monitrator of
WSMoai and tureory at tlm llwUco-Cblr-urulcnl
College, of Pliiladtlj.lila Be la alao
ii. noiiurarj memlmr of the Medico Chlmr
(leal Aas...'Utiun. am) naa jihynlclan and
iirneoii In chief of the moat not-d Amrican
ind Ocrman ho,itals. comes highly liidorsad
B 'ne loading profsssBfS of Philadelphia and
Ills many yean of hrwnltal experlenaa en
ables this eminent physician and inrfeon to
correctly dhpnowi and treat all deformitiat
nd diseases with tli nnsit flattering iuccom,
Hid Ills 1 . h standing in the state will not
all'W him 'o accept anv Incnrable can
I.OKI MAMKillll I.I - 1. 1, I i
Ml I KM s t,i N(; MK CUBED
Ifyonhsve isi'n fvnn up ny your phyal
dan csll nimn the iis tor and 1 examined
lie cures the worst caseof tfartpnt Debility,
tjcrofula. Old borua I atnrrh, Pllaa, Female
Weakness. Affectlmia of the Ear. Eye. No
md Throat. Asthma, Deafness. Tumora. Can
cels and Crirtilna of every description Con
mltatlon In English and Oerman Erea which
thall lie comiilerisl sacred and strictly coiiQ
UfSai Horn.: SA.M, to V t. Hi Dally.
Kiinriay, U a.m. to 2 , in.
'No star was ever lost we once have seen,
We always may be what we might have been,"
A HAPPY PATRON OF
THE RICHARDS LUMBER GO.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
National Bank of Scranton
Tribune Art Feature
To miss THE TRIBUNE'S World s Fair Portfolios would
be to neglect the best opportunity yet otlered. The ad
dition of the "Wanauiaker" series makes it more valua
ble. Head new announcement on page 7.
v.v WATSON, VloePrvatdtal
A ft WILLIAMS, Cashier.
PAMVBI. HINTS. .IAIIIIS M KrFnil ART.
Ihunii A FiM it, P1SR0S ft Fiki.bt,
josn'H j jaiiMYK. m s Kajisssa,
CliAe, r. SUniirws, Johx T Tonitu
W. W, Watson.
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
This bank Invite die patronage of business
men and firms k.
Bank of Scranton.
Capital, - $200,000
Tills ftnuk offers tn deimsllntl every
la, illl) hi muted by their Imlanues, bual
less ami responsibility.
Npeclal attentlun I i tn biislnesa ee
cuunta Interest iald ou time depuslU.
W1I.MAM ( UN M II, 1'resldrnt.
(.i n II. (Mils Vlee-Trealdent.
tVH.MAM II. I liK, Catbler.
litlnni s .m.ii.ii. Oenrse II. Catllo,
Alfred Hand, Jmnei Arenbald, Henry
llelln, Jr., Hllllniu T. Smith, Luthar
The Furniture Men
After Whit comb Riley's "Man in the Moon. "
Ol "ECONOMY" has jrot the Ntt furmturs ttora.
Don't you wish Ton were thorn T
And their yinoea are (hoaper than erer Wfors;
Ami their roo,li hid so haniWome a king rrould be glad
To own moh OarpttS All he wanti ean t had
If haM jutt go to 'KOOXOMY," st 1 would sdvise.
But won't he lv wits
If he gost to "ECONOMY, " aa 1 would adrite?
And "BOONOMY'8" got carriagei that sltewhere you can't but
What a tingnlar thing?
That o'er carriage men lure they soar far on high.
Their bedroom itutt haven't their eiiual in town,
And 1 know that tlieio facte are authentic all round.
Why ceitainly sol
1 know that thete factt arc autheutlc ail round.
You will Bad "ECONOMY"," Noa 235-7.
What a great place it it I
Nettling down on Wyoming Ave's romantic eliine;
Jutt loaded with furniture, matairs aud flue,
Everything that you want, to jutt call any time.
"ECONOMY" tell their goo la cheaper than any ons can
What marvelous nieu!
What very remtrkublo. marvelous men I