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Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
JL jm lewder
Laces and Embroideries
Wore never 10 beautiful as uow
lVsiJe their loveliness, the
prices are such as to commend
them to tho atleutiou of the
more ynuleut buyers. Notwith
standing1 ttu uue.; . i i demand
for luce this season, our sl.vk ll
consistent with the deuniul
THE NEWS OF
at 10 and 12'..
In a complete hue of styles In all
the new combinations and color
Inge, The goodi are e so optional
value at the price, this identical 1 ,
, . , , . Jaokton
H'aaiuy anns uesu ioi i iav
season for IS and 10 cents per
Outor towneorrosMndente of Til Tutu
PMRchOQMClQ their ttea&SC tu full t.i jU
Uwi letter, not for publication i .4
Nawi from Momoe'e lit ty Capital Con
.lute-. 1 tor QutOk Ferueal
'I'ft'ui tv the ScroafOA IVttwHt.
STBOVIMBVRQ, l'a., March SS llarrv
P. Nvce, formerly employed hy the
t'lisMencer Ksilway company, has '
a position at the silk mill us
Mrs Randolph NeaTei, of Washing
ton. N J., te m her utter iu law
Mrs. V. A Martin, a Tisit.
H ilpli 1'rbau, eon of a former paotor
of the Methodist bptsropal church,
spent Sunday with fneude in town.
Pike county, lOCOrdlng to the tisstif'
ion returns, has l.OUJ dogs
Miss May Michaels, the designer at
Ileliuer's millinery es'atli-hmeut. has
j Lift returned from New York, where
he had been acquainting herself with
tie spriug aud summer styles of head
Serpentine Crepa at 20c.
This fabric bears a strong re
emblance to an all-wool inite
rial. It is light, airy and is
shown in ten different coloriugs.
including all the popular shades
for evening wear,
36-inch French Percales
In many styles and colorings, t he
choicest product of the mills. 3re
fully represented, and the de
signs are entirely different from
any other printed fabric on the
Opening of Millinery
There was no evidence of hard
times at oar Millinery Opening
A large number of ladies were
present to pick out their hats
from an assortment so inviting
as to make choosing a pleasant
difficulty. The demands upon us
for prompt execution of orlers
are o,aite extraordinary.
Gorman's Grand Depot
T HIM HI ACTI
Read What Your WrtfhbOfe Thick of
'Ihe set of Bntannina ordered from you
nas been received and unpacked, and upon
examination I find that the work exceeds
my expectations in paper, print and bind
ing, ft is the great Edinburgh, page for
page, which I have always desiretf bat
could not purchase before on account of
the price, llij in cloth.
J'jH.V W. W'aoner,
Principal No. 10 School.
This is the age of books. Learning is so
broad and books are so numerous that it
is impossible for any one to procure sepa
rata volume npon all tha subjects which
at present engage tinman thought, : in
place of thi'. a good Encyclopedia li
f n. vi aor. i, or epromize,
ify all knowledge to bring it within the
limit of onr comprehension. After a some
what careful study of three or four of the
principal Encyclopedias, I affirm without
hesitancy that the Britannic M;TXi
ecperior. Readers of all classes should
W. O. WATKIN9,
Pastor Providence baptist church.
SyjaasTiAV, Pa., L9 7, 18S3.
About one yew ago i purchased from
n.ar -cnhimr's H-.os tho i.intlt Irtjon
of the Eocyclopedi Britannica, leather
binding, to per volnme,
li.w k nr. P Htr
Attorney and Cc
Judge H. M. Edwards says' I
I uave.comparxl the volume of joar re
print of the EdfUtmrg edition afbe Eri
tannic encyclopedia with a volume of
the original edition in my possession, aod
i find it to be the arne. besides having the
American addition. It is a complete li
brary in Itself.
The public should appreciate and take
advantage of TrtE Tribi k' a offer of a
copy of the great Edinburg edition of the
Encyclopedia Hritannica with supple
mental matter ridded to .-ach volume). and
the latest maps, at a, : per vohfoie, and
on so easy payment It is a rare opportun
ity. It is h complete library and should be
in the home of every school hoy and girl.
(Joe who has never uied an Encyclopedia
Efcnnot itpprei into It valae. Let the boy
tad gil leefn its use wheu young, and so
' lay the foundation. They are not nsing
snch aids half enough.
W. K, Oka van,
Principal No. 35.
From the scores of such expressions
commendatory of thi great work it
seems that eriongh had -i said to es
tablltti confidence. Only Ave days re
main In which to secure it. Office at
487 Spruce street; open evenings. On
receipt of $4. !0 by mail the twenty-rive
volumes will be forwarded, express
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular as to need no special men
tion. All who havo used Electric Bitters
sine the same, song of praise.--A purer
medicine does not exist and it is guaran
teed to do all that is claimed. Electric
Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver
and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils,
Hnlt Kheum and other affections caused by
impure blood. Will drive Malaria from
the system and prevent as well as euro all
Malarial fevers. For cure of Headache,
Contispation and Indigestion try Electric
Bitters Entile natislaction guaranteed,
or money refunded. Price 50 eta, and II
per bottle nt Matthews Bros., Drug store.
Yallercbaum of Middl
Siuitl'.tield, who narrowly escape! be
uig murdereJ a couple ot weeks ago. is
improving, and it is thought that he
wiileutirelv recover The poeket-book
taken from Mr Vallerehauip, bv the
robbers, was discovsrei several yards
trom the house. I hi is the only clue
aud the authorities havo abont given
up the hope of bringing the guilty par
ties 10 justice
T. A nyder.of Lehighton, formerly
of Stroudsburit, has beeu appointed a
notary public by Governor I'attison
John Johnson, a Norwegian, w.io Is
tramping through the country, came to
Strondsburg a few days ago, and is
selling oil paintings which he paiuts
while you wait. Mr. Johnson's work
displays considerable talent.
A merry lot of people gathered at
the home of Frank LaBar, Booth
Siroadsburg, Saturday eveuiug. Au
excellent supper was served. Those
present report a very pleasant time.
The Easttr edition of the Times eon
iits of twelve pages the regular edi
tion witn a beautiful four-pig cover.
Miss Ella Ksllar and Miss Ella Isett,
while out driving last week, met with
what might have resulted in a serious
accident. When turning a corner one
uind wheel ot the carriage broke down .
but a farmer came to the rescue, se
cured the horse and loaned the ladies
The mock trial held Friday evening.
March 38, in the Grand Army of the
Republic hall, under the auspices of
the Y. M. C. L., was a langhable affair
throughout. The trial ws to decide
wnether Burgess Eistler stole George
M Weaver's rooster. Those who par
ticipated were; Judge, Mike Brown
attorneys. Will Er lman, Cicero Gear
bant; clerk, J. L. Kellogg, sheriff,
William Flory; crier, Ed Wyckoff. the
witnesses, Sid Waiton, FrelNutt,
Hon. B. F. Schwsrz. Frank Tratttu
Dr. Tom Walton, Van C. Peters; the
jury, "twelve men, good and true "
During the evening a drawing room
seance was held by leading oitisent,
nnder the direction of Junes Louis
Kellogg, in whioh his famous bur
lesque was actually illustrate!.
AnoU LaLLOSj carriage mannfacturer,
119 Carroil street, Buffalo, X. Y., states
I was troubled with nausea of the stom
ach, sick headache and general debility.
Burdock's Blood Bitters cured me.
Li'.tl Local of . Intersit From
fipKiaito ih feraalon ZVieaaa
PricI'.bxru. Pa , March i'i A snr
prise party was tendered MissBissi
Potbecary at her hotm on Carmalt
street, GaDriis. singing and other
amuafimen -were indulged In during
the errening Refreshments wer
served and nil had agocsltim), The
following persons wre present Mr.
and Mrs. yames Vlivor, Mr and Mrs.
James Walfciss, Mr an I Mrs John
Wieland Mrs. BarTOO, Mrs. Marget
son, Mrs. Cooper. Mary and Lizzie
Birkbeck, Minnie Cook, Hannah
Cooper.' Jake Pfifer. Thomas Bkr,
Lnke Hall, James Margetson, Will
Ferris, James Cook, George RoMMM,
Charles Ri ;hardlon, Ktward Jackson
and Cept. hi and Iaaao Cioper
Mrs. Wieland, mother of oontractor
tteorge Wielaud, is very ill at her
home on Main street.
(i I'. Hill, of Ulnghamtou, N. Y , is
a gnett at the Central.
Tbomna Mr.Uoireis nnrsing a sore
foot, tha result of an injury reoalved
in Richmond' mines lie was ntie of
the crave rescuer who descended the
fiery shaft to find the bodies of hie f el
KILLED BV THE ENGINE.
The First Ac.ldent on th Ltokawanna
ar.d Montroe Railroad
Sprciitl In thr .Irrantun Tribune.
Montk'jhe, Pa., March 2.1 At 10
o'clock yesterday morning while the
nngiua was making it run to the cream
ery and aged woman by the-name of
Mr Oriflin, wa fatally injured by lie
ing struck by the pilot beam of the en-
glue. She win walking through th
out and stood in the ditch by the side
of the traek and when the engine wa
close npon her she attempted to cross
the track in front of the engine from
tho leftside when she was seen by the
engineer, John Spenoe, when about 00
feet away ami he reversod tha engine
ind applied the air brake, but to no
purpose. nue was romovea 10 uer
home. She di d at 11 15 a. m.
DOINGS AT OUNMORE.
Munloipul Muddtea A Few Personal
Paragraph of Interest.
ftieri'uJ re tte .Srranron Tritxiae.
1H SMORB, IV. March 88.- The pub
lic demaud for the retention of C. P.
Savage a borough clerk btOOinei mora
general as the inn Hies by, and it i
hoped by all that the council will be
governed by this and re-eleot him as it
reward for his rormer Mltlinu alid elll
clvut duties. The Demooratlo uouuoil
men by opposiug bim, di 1 ho with the
uuderatiindlng that the public demaii'l-
ed it, but the cnure that their ac
tion has amused ahoiild he iiirtlclent
to show that the re election of Mr.
Savage would receive tho approbation
of their adherents us well as thole of
ih Republican party, and tbeoonncll
man who tirsl t-ii.ee atepe in the inter
tit of harmony that will again roll the
wheels nf mnnU'ipal prograss forward
will undoubtedly be applauded by all
The legality connected with the ftp-
notutmeut of the new health board la
(iiii'siunied bv sumo ptomiueiil citUina
Por the benefit of those lnlarostod Tin
rBlBUNB repreHsntallvo iiueetioiieil
some of thr councilman regarding it
mid was told timt so far a they knew
the appointment were made according
to law and at the auggestlou of llurgi'H
Duggau, who read lo them the lite
net -wining the health boards of
borouv'hs. Tins is in thn p itssasiou of
the binge uud open for public per
uaal rfipures that the president of the
council shall appoiul a certain
number ot health etllcers, one
to be alloted to each health district and
among which number snail be u reput
able pnvsiclau I e.-h in vi ahall
real.leutof the district in which be
live and the term of ollljn be from one
lo live yeara In accordance to the
law the ftDDOintm "its have beeu made
and the new board organized with lr.
Chamberlain as president and secre
tary. If there aro any illegal appoint
inetits the council is not aware of it.
L R. Fowler of Mohawk, spent Sun
dav with his family at this place.
Miss Agnes Kelly, of PrOTtdftnM,bftl
beeu visiting here for the pait few
Misses Emilv Flvnn. Mry Gilligtn
aud Annie McLaiu. students of tlx
uormsl school at Stroudsburg, aT
ipeudiug their F, ister vacation at
Mrs. WltHimf, the wife of School
Superintendent Williams ha been ill
for a few days.
The tuuer'al of Mildred, the infant
hill of Charles Wagner occurred
Is Holland. Mich,, C. J. Uoesbury pub
lishes the News, aud iu its columns
strongly recommends Dr. Thomas' Elec
tric Oil for coughs, colds, sore throat, ca
tarrh and asthma.
NOTED AT NICHOLSON.
MARCH 26, 1894.
Your ohoioe of threo DMOtlftll
pic tu res, ' 'Telephone (1 i rl, " " I c
liverinn CliriBtinaH I'reseniH"
and "Maidens Swinging." Bend
by mail or niessenger or bring
coupons like this of three differ
ent dates, with 10 cents, stamps
or coin, lo
Cor. Peun Ave. and Spruce St
Event of 1 itereet Recorded for Gen
eral Peruial In Bright Paraareuhl.
Special to the ticruntnH Tribune.
Nicholson, Pa., March .'5 a. II.
Moore male a business trip to the
Electric City on Thursday 1 ist
To-night the Jolly Four Social
Club will hold their first annual ball
at thr Blnkeelee's Opera Hnnte,
The stamp office of the Underwriter
Association, which wis situated in
this place, bat been removed to Scrau
ton. Frank N. Boyle was in Scranton on
Mrs. Martin Milli'an died at her
home in Lathrop last We lues lay. The
funeral was held on Friday in the
Methodist Episcopal church at this
Ihe Nicholson Caramel works aie
The electric road ihonl 1 run from
Tunkbannock to Nicholson.
All those that take stock in the
branch of the Repnbllo Savings and
Loan association between now an I
April 1, will become cnrter members
aha grand jurors drawn from tbis
place to erv April term of court are
W. L. McMillen, O R Blaksle, petit
jnror are Albert Knuney.
Fred. Uabcock, the stage-dliver be
tween here and Tunkbannock, has sold
IVIrick's store building will not he
finished by tho first of April as expected
L T. Whltbeck arrived In town r rl-
day from L ing Island
Milton lhurber was in town on
Tne partnership between R I). &
C. R. Newton ha beta ilimol?e1,
N, V. Walker of Uuflalo, N Y. spent
haster with In parents in town.
W. W. I,e R iv ma le a trip to the
Eleotric City on Satnr lay,
Wm F, Shields and son Ralph were
In Soranton on Saturday Inst.
Ralph Williams spiut Enter with
his parents in town.
Ihe branch ot the Kepubllc Havings
sun loan association has about thirty
c isrter membtrs In this plane.
FOREST CI ry SPUNTERS.
An Eaatar Offerlna- from a Live Oorre
pondent'e Not Bonk.
Sji'riitl tu the Si-inntim Trihttm
Foiikst City, Pa., March 'i Messrs.
J D Caryl, J. W. Whlto and Benjs
rnin Maxey were In I'eakvlll yester'lav
to see thn working of an olaotrlo drill
iu ns at oni of Ihe colliorle at that
Miss Kate llivis, of Bromley avenu
Scranton, If spendltig K istor in this
placs as tho guest of Miss Ada .Inn
Mr E A. Wheeler and son aro vis
iting in Thompson.
At the Presbyterian supper Friday
evening the drawings for the bed room
suit and ton set occ irred. Mrs (I A.
Shepherd hold the lucky number for
the bed room suit nnd William E;au
for th latter.
John Biggin was looking after his
business Interests In Carboadale yesterday.
Rsv. J BalsUv, of th Eplscopil
church In Carbon dale, was Iu Forest
Mr. and Mrs. (ilynn Morgan, of thla
place, will bo Ihe guest of Scranton
friend and relatives for a week. I
The marriage of Ssrah Hntirvltch, of
this place, ami Harry Vlukleitein, of
Hcranton. will he snlmnnizid this ovn
ing at 5 t) m. at the bride' horn i on
.Nin th Mtln street.
Mr. and Mr, frank Sarafiiiski (nee
Apoloni Yokouuki) started yetrday
for a visit with friends iu Nauticoke.
II. O. Watrous attorney at law, was
in Caruondale yesttrday. Mr. Watrous
will in a ihort time devote part or his
lime to law practice in the Pioueer City
and still continue his practice In this
S. (J. Ochs, of Baltimore: i: J. Mon
ger, of Scranton, anil A M. O'Donaell,
of Binglumton, wire registered at the
rorest House yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wiilih are
i ling Easter in the Eluctrio City.
I hw Erie pay car passed over thn
Jell"' Saturday distributing the "long
green to the many employee.
Bernard O llara, au attach" of tho
Erie station ia this place, spsut a short
time in the Anthracite today.
Br. U Ihvyer, of ' irbondale, was
seen upon Forest City's midway today.
OWER AI OLVPHANT.
Louala of Pasataif Umitint Culled and
SeeelOl to the SerOatOS Tribune.
OLTPHANT, Maroh 'J5. -B. J Lynch,
of MUlerseiUe State Normal Mhool, is
home to spend E ,st . I
Mrs. P Bnelcher,of Aiohbald, vilitod
Mrs John Ferguson witerday
The II month-old omld of John Ey
ons, of Upper Uuumore street, died
The Adonis Literary and Boolftl olub
are reliHaralng a play entitled "Ne
da." They expect to prueut it some
time during May
W. W. Roed. of West Side, moved to
Providence today, where will take up
his future residence
Mis Annie Nualou, of Carboiidele,
baa been visiting iu town the pant
Mrs. John O Mallcy, of Dunmore
street, in-nt today at Scranton.
John Ferguaon was visiting frundri
down the valley toJav.
There were aptcUl Eastar rvicS at
Patrick' church Sunday The choir
rendered Home excellent musio under
the leadership of Professor T. VV, Wat
kiue. The choir was assisted by Pgo
fessor Wnlkinushaw's orcbestrn.
Miss Annie Bhifton, of Forest City,
returned home today after visiting Mrs.
J. H ('ummiugs, of the West Side, the
The cantata "Joseph" wa performed
again tonight before a large audience
The Peckvitle Untieing class have
issned invitations for a social lo be
held at Keystone hall, March till
J. v. Kennedy, of Scranton, spent
yesterday with hit parent ill Hlakely
I ne Japanese social Wliiuh was held
u the Welsh Bintiet church last even
ng was a success. A large crowd en
joyed tne entertainment, which was of
nigh order. Refreshments were served
by Japanese ladies.
Miss Edith Piobertis sponuing a few
days at Kingston.
All th New from a HuaiUng Town
Friffiat to the Scanton Tribune.
Jeumyn, Pa., Marcu 'Jo An effort is
being in, ie tn organize a lodge of the
Royitl Aicanum here.
Ihe funeral ot George Elwardt, ar ,
took place Satnrday afternoon and was
argeiy attended by a large concourse
f friend from Carbondale, Scrantou
n l intermediate points.
1 he outer tainin-jut under the auspices
of Catholio Mutual lieu, tit association
wiUUke place tomorrow eveuiug, Tne
Irawiug tor the iJ.iO orize will come off
at ,the close of the programme. A
large number of tickets nave beeu sold
aud a full house Is assure!.
The E nvortii league of the Metho
dist church, will piy a friendly visit to
the Carbondale league on the evening
of April 0
Republican headquarters will bt
formally opmed to visitors tonight.
Good speakers will be in attendance.
Last evening (,onrt Lily of the Val
ley lodge, No.'8,079, Order of Forrest
ers, attended service iu the Methodist
Mollie, only child of Frank Carey,
di.nl this a'demoon funeral Monday.
Sluup, shooting pains,
lack ache, side ache,
i. In st pains and palpi
tation relieved in Onk
Mini ik by the Cuu
cbKA Anii-Pain Plas
TIK the lirst and only
pain-killing plaster. It
restores vital tltrtru ity,
and hence cutcs nei
IfOW pains and mus
Price ejc. ; five, St.. o At all drtiggut or by
mail. PoTTE 1RUQ and Chsm, Cosi- , lloiton.
is Disease Germs living in
the Blood and fot-ding upon
its Life. Overcome these
the Cream of Cod-liver Oil,
and make your blood healthy,
skin pure and system strong.
Physicians, the world over,
Don't be deceived bj Substitutes!
Prepare i l Si-ell A Bewa,ll Y All DnilintU
We have the hand
son. est line of Parlor
ever shown in this
state and wc would
like you to see it.
Mix. 4 ii nil Deemera
Numb Spells, Dyspepsia,
Hood's Sarsaparilla Cave Strength,
Removed That Tired Feeling.
"0, I, Hood ft Co., Lowell, Man
Gentlemen: i (eel tiiui i inut uy a trw
words ainiiit Hood's Km tapai Ilia, an 1 Hunk 11 is
tin- beet medlelne i haveevti taken i bad iys
ieutla, ini'l my nines Were weak, in y blood
ulso in bad condition, and I was troubled wun
numb i-i when i would sit oi Itedowu,
I Was So Weak
that I COUld lianlly walk eorotl lliu Iiuiisi- when
I lii'gan to laku ilood I lartaparlluV I liave
how u.ted seven bOttlei ol this fnedlCln and
nave gained in itrength, can do an iu work
and mil get tired, am ever so mucfa bet
Hi in every wuy " Mks. AMKA DBBMBM,
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Has been an inspiration to hundreds of young people. If you
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MIOUI HAND COL HKK v tj mtsvrt n
Hood's Pills act easily, yel nrumptlj ain.'
efllclenUy, on tbe llvei and bwnei. Uu.
Dr. E. Grewer
The Philadelphia Fpeclalist.
And tie aaooiated ttutl of EiielUh end Ger
man t'LyalcUua.iire now iiernjaneLtly located
temple Court Building
Si 1 SPRUCE ST.
Where iliey may bo consulted DAILY AN'D
Tho Poetor Is a graduate ot tho fnlvoraity
ef Penueylvania, formorlr demontrtor ot
physicWv und snrirory at the Mcdleo-Cblr-urglcal
College, of Phildelihla. Be la also
an honorary member ot tho Medico Chirur
glcel Aiwociatlon, and w phveiclan and
turgeon-ln chief of the moat noted American
and in- ,u. romee liinhly indorsed
by the leading professor ot Philadeliibla and
Hi many years of honnitAl riperleno en
able thla emlni'ut phyeieinn and eurgeon to
correctly dlagnomi and treat all deformitie
and diseaee with tin. numt HatUTing aucceas,
and his huh ttamtlng in the etati- will not
all w hltn to accept anv incurAble case
LOS I ItlAMIool) i: - nii.i ii
WKAKNKM OF VOUNO HEM fVltEn
llyouriavt dwd nivin up ny your physi
cian rnll upon the doctor and he examined.
He cures tfic worst canesof Nervoue nihility,
Kerofula. Old Horoa atarrh. l'Uea. Female
Wiakne. Affection of the Ear, Ey v Note
and Throat, Aethma. Deafness. Tumor. I'an
ceia and Criwile of every doscription Con
sultation In Riielwh and German Ere, which
ahull he considered sacred and atrictly coufl
liffiaa Honrs: o A. M. to 1". 1. I'allj.
Rantlay. '. i. in. to p in.
Atlantic Refining Co.
Maiiiifaetiirers and Dealers in
Dlnminating and Lubricating
Unload QH, Nnptlia anil tlaso
linos ot nil jtnules. Axle Grenso.
I'inion Oretii niul Colliery Com
pound . also, it I mic" liua ot Par
ratline Wnx Caudle.
Wp nlso hanille tho Famous CROWS
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i in urn oil in tha market
WILLIAM MASON, Manager.
Office: Coal Kxrhnngo, Wyoming Aye,
orke at I'lno Hrook.
Onyx Top Brass Table
Bank of Scranton.
Slat.'iiu.iit rb, '-'H , IH1M. railed for be
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United state Bonds
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We always may be what we might have be6n,"
A HAPPY PATRON OF
THE RICHARDS LUMBER CO.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
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