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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 14. 1894.
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Mvsterv of a Hansom Cab.
Ladv volworth'i Diamonds.
Old Mameselle s Socret.
Priuce Charles' Daughter.
Swiss Family Robiusou.
Death UeU Marriage.
Jlr F Fortescue.
Unities Household Fairy Tale.
Maxtor of i 'eremouie.
Muster of Bollautral.
CoL truant ca.
Child's History of Euglaud.
House on the Marsh.
As in a Looking Glass.
Wife in Name Ouly.
Between Two Sins.
Strange Adventures of a Phaeton.
Faith and. Freedom.
J "fan Halifax.
Hon. Mrs. Vereker.
Aesop s Fables.
Daughter of Heth.
Vicar of Wakefield.
Children of the Abbsy.
Life of David Crockett.
Bride of l.ammermoor.
Viv:an the Beauty.
Knickerbocker History of New York.
The Vlcomte's Bride.
Faith and L'nfaitn.
Wit. Humor and Pathos.
The Young Duke.
The Firm of Girdlestone.
Wigwam and Cabin.
Half Hours with Great Novelists.
The Dove in the Eagle's nest.
The Sin of Joost Avelingh.
The Phantom Ship.
Two Y'ears Before the Mast.
A Marked Man.
Tom Cringle's Lig.
Honse on the Marsh, '
Tom Brown at Oxford.
Childs History of England.
Mystery of Orcival.
Mnrders in the Rue Morgue,
Mary St. John.
The Parting of the Ways,
Famous or Infamous.
The Owl House.
Dramas of Life.
Story of an Africrn Farm.
bcenee from Clerical Life.
Sloan Square Scandal.
Sliadaws and Sunbeams.
History of the L'nhed States.
Child's History of English.
Eight Years Wandering in Ceylon.
Birds of Prey
Crlpps, the Carrier.
Chestnuts, Old and Now.
Chaplet. of Pearls.
Reproach of AuuerBloy.
Armorel of Lyonosse.
All Sorts and Conditions of Mou.
A Pair of Blue Eyes.
A Hardy Norseman.
A Fnls Start.
Promiscuous Pencilling In Reference to
Our Southern Suburb.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Minooka, Pa., March 13 Miss An
nie Cunniughaui, of Dunmore, is vis
iting the home of Miss Maggie McCrea,
of Main street.
A number of our young people will
attend the entertainment at the college
hall next Thursday evening.
Some of the lendlug members of the
Minooka Olee club are rohearsiug a
quartette which will be rendered at
the band entertainment
At the rsgnlar meeting of tho St.
Joseph's Total Abstinence and Benevo
lent society, which occurred Sunday,
tho following were elected as delegates
to the next quarterly convention,
which will be lipid at Oraeu K !
P. F. O'llara, William J. Burke. J. J.
Egau. Patrick Wallace aud William
1 he rooster fight, which was to take
place at (treenwood on March IS, un-
lor the direction of tao Wreenwuod
(.i i me, is postponed.
b oot ball is becoming i lie craze 111
this place lately. Miners Hill foot ball
team is making rapid progress mid in
tends to be able to match any club be
fore summer arrives. Jerry Driseoll is
manager of the team.
John J. hgan has severed his connec
tion with the Borderland Dramatic
company oi this place. lis win oe inc
ceeded by P. M llirrett, an amateur
1 hetpian, of scranton.
I atrlck DOlan, 01 Joycetown. nas
broken ground for the erection of a
two story building on Stafford street.
Subscribe for VBt I nine mil Miuooka
A game of b. ball will occur at
this place on Sunday, between the "Big
Six" and "Mayflower," which promises
to be an interestiiiL game. The game
will be for $15 a side.
Any psrion or persons of this place
hnrboring the idea that The TrIBUMI
correspondent aud the Kliuira Budget
man is the oue and the sanie.are labor
ing under a wrong impression.
OLVPHANT NEWS NOTES.
Paragraphs of General Interest CulUd
by a Live Correspondent
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
OLYPBANT, P., March It. MlM
Lauretta Wiialker, of May Held, is
visiting at the home of James J. Lynch
OD Delaware street.
C G. Hitchler and T. F. Jot dan
spent Sunday with friends at Carbon
dale. Miss Minnie Mason is clerking at the
Ready Pay store.
The Peak sisters, from Alaska, gave
a first cltisi entertainment at the Young
Men's Christian Union hall on Scott
street Saturday evening for the benefit
of the Blakely Baptist Sunday school
library. They were well patronized
for their first appearance here. We
hope to sae them again in the near
Elwarl Kelly, of Dunmore, circu
lated among friends in town yesterday.
The Ladies' Ai l society of the Pres
byterian church will meet tomorrow
afternoon at the home of Mrs. William
Mcintosh, on Lackawanna street.
James Tovey, a miner, employed in
Johnson's mines, was severely injure I
this morning by a fall of top coal. He
was removed to his boar ling house on
Delaware street where Dr. Lloyd at
tended to his injuries.
"Joseph, "a sacred cantata, will be
performed by a choir ot sixty voices, un
der the auspices of the Congregational
church, at Father Matthews Opera
house on Wednesday, March 31,
FOREST CITY AND VICINITY.
An Interesting Budget of the Latest
News Teraaly Rtportrd.
SjMOfsJ to the Scrtinton Tribune.
Forest City, Pa . March 18 Miss
Lizzie Moyle, ot Moscow, will be the
guest of friends and relatives in tills
place for a short time.
The Fleming House is being re
painted in an artistic manner.
Soo Hoo Lee, of Jermyn, a cousin af
our popular laiiudryman, Charley Soo,
is visiting him. Soo Hoo Lse is think
ing of locating in Susquehanna.
H. A. Purple will begin un auction
sale on his largo stock of furniture
after p iv-diiy.
James Johns, one of the pioneer resi
dents of Forest City, but at present a
resident of Bethany, spent yesterday
in this place with his son, H. P. Johns,
of Johns & Maxey,
George Kilthurt spent Sunday as tho
: uest of friends in Gibson.
Miss Flo M. Allen returned home
this morning after an extended visit
with friends in llonei-dnl, Carboudale
and other places.
Dr. 1 L Bailey, of Carbondale, was
professionally engaged in this place to
day. The hum of industry was again heard
this morning at the Hillside collerles,
after an Idleness of three days.
Miss lone Tyler, after few days'
visit with t'arliomlale friends, returned
to her home on North Main street this
The many friends of Dr. B W. Max
soii. the dentist, will be ploased to
learn that he is recovering from his
Cantata "Rebecca" at Owa Honse
Saturday evening, March 17.
G. S. Bsmay has baeu reappointed to
tha police force
"Resolved, That England will fall
into decay, as did the other nations of
antiquity, ' will bathe suliect of the
debate at the K.pworth league meeting
T, F. Reynold!, of Scrautou, was in
town today on business. Ha is a
brother of our chief of police, W. G
The fourth silver medal Demorest
contest will be held tomorrow ovening
at the Methodist Episcopal church
Admission, 10 cents. A very ehoiie
programing baa been arranged.
Excursion tickets can be purchased
to Wilkes Barro and return on St. Pat
rick's I Jay from this place for $172
Tho excursion is via tUe Ontario aud
Frank W. Miller, a popular salesman
from Wilkei-B irre, was iu towu today
looking alter his trade.
Ti'.ii.n and Tiile is the verdict of people
who lake Hood's Sarmpai ilia. The good
effects of each medicine are soon felt in
nerve strength restored, appotite created
and health given.
Hood's Fills do not weakeu, but aid
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So s;ns everyone ln has tried
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Delicate stomachs cannot stand
Sickening oils and other fatty mix
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It is easily taken and pleasant
to the taste. Heine pre digested,
it is instantly absorbed into the
Ask your druggist lor a bottle,
and try it!
A pamphlet giving lull particu
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jested Food Co., :o Reade St.,
N. V. City.
Would yon ride on a railroad that uses
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Of danttr. Ilm safest, cure is Dr. Wood
Norway Pine Syrup. Sold by all dealers
on a guarantee of satisfaction.
A New Hypnotic Story of the Heart.
After putting the patient through what
Ihava already narriUed, Dr. H. K Lewis
turned to us and said: "Now this is a very
sensitive subject, aud I am going to try
upon him a rare and rather risky experi
ment Iain going to stop tlx; beating of
is heart. Doctor, will you put your linger
upon his left pulse, while 1 keep mine
upon his right?" He addressed a rising
physician of the town who had known the
aLient fron childhood. Dr. wan soen-
Rcal and hostile, but at our instance he
consented. Keeping one hand on the lad's
wrist, Lewis laid the other gently over his
he.irt. Within .f minute or two the patieut
lost his rich and vivid color, and Lewis
counted the decreasing strokes till he an
nounced that they were scarcely recogni
zable, "la that not so, doctor!-" he asked.
Dr. was extremely unwilling to
speak: but, under the urgency of some of
us who stood by, he at last said in ho many
word.-, that tho pulse had sunk to almost
nothing. Tho boy stood, a ghastly statue,
for a minute longer, when i-wis, saying
hurriedly, "The pulse is now impercept
ible; we must protract this no longer," took
away nut nana xrom the nreast to the evi
dent relief of his improvised collengne. But
it was to the evident relief, too, of their
I remember distinctly to this day the
aste-ii hue even of his lips, anil the wonder
ful gradations through which the blood
found its way back into than) and into the
whole young fnce - a faou still aaletjp, but
now glowing aa if it had traveled a long
way from the margin of the grave.- -Lou
Ch i IllllOOll . u . r . . - i I v.
Thero was a pretty sceuo of childlike Im
pulsiveness in one of the elevated railroad
cars lately. A nrl.-ht luced little bov
with long goldeti curls mi I warm wraps of
fashion sat, beside his neither, very evident
ly thoroughly pleased with the world aud
everybody. 1 in llui mm nsallU him wiih a
dainty box of boiilxjus, into which the
child's hand dipped from time to time. At
one of the stations a woman carrying a
child, nlso a boy, entered tho car. A glance
toid that the womau belonged to the grout
workaday class of hurnnuity. Toil wan
written in deep, hard lines ove.r a fa:o that
was still young, mid the child she carried
bad an emaciated look.
The poor woman with her child sat down
in the seat beside the bright faced litUeone
who was so industriously feeding on the
confectionery. The candy eater looked ut
the grimy little fellow hceido him in a sort
of silent wonder. Then in a ouick, child
like way he t hrnst the box of bonbons to
ward the poor boy. The latter'a eyea
opened to twice their siiai as )e dipped hia
thin hand into the box mid tranr.ferrod a
big sugared cherry to his mouth. Tln-so
two children looked at ear h other, and both
laughed merrily. New York 'line
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A Quick IIukI TrHimictlon.
A quick piece of foreign linanctat trans
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Nutional. A i;cntlemau called curly in the
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When she was a Child, she cried for (.'astorla,
Wheu slut became Miss, she clung to I 'ustorla.
Whuu shu hud Cblklrcu, sbu guie tucui CostorU,
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Thousands Remnants of Dry Goods. Cloakf and Pur Gapel during
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Ladies' Felt Hats, this season's stylos I0c. oaoh.
Boys' Winter Waists Hie. oaoh.
Muffs 30o. each.
Cloaks $.50 each.
HOSIERY, UNDERWKAIt AND NOTIONS AT QUARTER OP VALUE
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Great Clearing Sale.
A. B. BROWN'S BEE HIVE,
We have placed on sale
our line of Ginghams for the
coming spring and summer.
Finer Goods, More Tasteful
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than ever before, are what
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