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THE SCKANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL 11. 1894.
All Things Musical
STELLE & SEELEY,
134 WYOMING AVc.
KM I um,
See the Shaw Tinno from tho World's
Fair in our window.
A Foe io Dyspepsia
And always have
MAWUFACTt'RSP AND FOB SALE TO
THE TRADE BY
he Weston Mill Co,
Daniel Scotten's Polka Dot
20c. lb. Wholesale,
GARNEY, BROWN & CO.
537 LINDEN STREET.
DR. H. B. WARE
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT.
1.80 To Eh& iMa
:35 WYOMING AVE.
Herman Wahlera, of Now Haven, Conn. ,
Is in the city on account of the illneaa of
Einil Wahlers, his son.
George S. Sterling re presenting Dixey'a
Adonis company, which will appear at Thn
Frothingham next Wednesday and Thurs
day, was in thi9 city Wednesday.
Mrs. E. M. Bacon, a Reformed Episcopal
missionary from Lalitpnr, India, arrived
in thi-. city lat evening. She will speak
in Grace church this evening.
Editor Penniman, of the Honesdale Citi
zen, was a caller at The Tribune office
yesterday. Mr. Penniman is one of
Wayne county's most clever and buccoss
fni newspaper men.
Mis Kittie Andrews, of the Coston
fchool, celebrated the anniversary of her
eighteenth birthday at ber home on
Throop street Tuesday -evening.
"Where do the good clothes come from!''
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
The liiit for the term of argument court
whicn begins on April 80, has been pre
pared. It contains eighty-two onset.
The will of John B, Thomas, late of this
city, was admitted to probate yesterday
by Register of Wills Koehler and letter,)
, I I I i . i r ., I. .1 I. U , I ... CI
An appeal from the award of arbitrators
was filed yesterday in the case of James
W. Walsh, executor of Mar Wal ih, de
ceased, against the Dwelling House Iu9ur
nnce company of Boston.
George li. McLaughlin, tax co Hector of
JefTeraon township, yesterday filed bis
bond in court and had it approved. It is
in tbe sum or 11,000 and has John r. Van
Sickle and Theodore Mitchell for sureties.
E. E. Hackett yestrdny began an action
in ejectment against Flora Fleisher and
Cora Van uorvier to ob'.ain possession of
a lot ot land on iJelawam street in the
Thirteenth ward. It is claimed by the
plaintiff that he purchased the property at
a county treasurer s gale or land.
Marriage licenses were granted by Clerk
or tne ( oniTs i nomas yesterday to Wil
liam J. Burns and Maggie Whelan, Scran
ton; Frank If. Barker and Cora M. yam
wn, Archbdd; Karnes I). Mangan and
Anna T. Murray, Scran ton: William liar
kins and Mary Gallagher, Wintou.
"Where do the good clothes come from''"
DRIVERS QUARREL AND FIGHT.
One of Them Arresttd and Bound Over
for Tr ml in Court.
Two drivers. F. B. Kdiamand O.irtt
Perry, indulged in a row iu front of
tbe Delaware, Lackawanna and West
ern station, yesterday morning, ss a
result of which tbe former was severely
choked and pounded, while the latter
ia'nownnder bonds to appear for trial
at tbe next term of criminal court.
At the conclusion of the melee tin-
beaten man bled himself to the office
of Alderman Wright aud swore out a
warrant for the arrest of bis assailant,
who later was arraigned before the
magistrate. A nnmber of drivers were
summoned as witness?, but the
prisoner did not particularly deny the
offense charged. On tbe contrary he
aeemed to think that one of the names
applied to him was a sufHaiant justifi
cation of the assault. This Alderman
Wright did not deem a turEciont ex
cusu and sn held Perry for court in the
mm of $500. Poier Mallaney, of 8 45
Adams avenue, became his bond sman
''Where do the good clothes come fromr'1
Wedding of Jflss Eliulna Whiting and Ran
IT WAS A VERY PRETTY AFFAIR
Ceremony Witnessed by a Numberof
Out-of-town Persons Mrs. Sarah
A. Waters Laid to Rest Funeral of
Mrs. Margaret Connors Will Be
Held Tomorrow Morning Other
The Wait Blda oflico of the Scranton
TailiLXi: is located at 1040 Jacksou street,
where subscriptions, advertisements and
communications will ruceivo prompt) at
Miss Eltninn Whiting, daughter of
Mr. and Mib. Jonn Whitiug, of Hamp
ton street, and Randolph F. Brimner,
of Carbondale.wer utiitvd in marriage
at the residence of tho bride at 'J
o'clock on Monday vvenlnf. The cere
mony was perloriuod by Rev. A. W.
Cooptr, Promptly at i) o'clock the
CODple c line into the parlor, preceded
by Mtsi Ella Hay nor, maid ol honor,
and Richard FriCH at best matt. The
brtdo was neatly attired in a rich browu
COltum and oatrtod a beautiful bou
quet of bridal roses. The bridesmaid
wore a similar costume utid carried n
bouquet of Marshal Neil roses. The
presents went iiutuerous and oostly.
The out of town guest were Rov. Cor
nell, of Eaton Villa; Sir. and Mrs
Ueore Goodrich. Misses Jaaria and
Beatls Goodrich, Carboutlale; Mr. and
Mrs. Delia Fouotuin, Fort City; J. 8.
Wfcitii g, foster. Others preient were
Mr. und Mrs. H. C, Minimi and family,
Mr. an I Alts. Hill and familr, Mr. and
Mr. Liovd. Mr. aud Mrs. Walker aud
family, Mrs. Fellows mid family, Mr,
I'restwuod, Krosge and Y. Wafdtll,
Funsral of Mins Sarah A. Waters.
Many friends g.ithersd nt tbe bom
of Ebenfzer Williams ou Chestnut
strest yesterday morning at 0,80 o'clock
to attend the funeral of Miss Sarah A.
Waters. Tiio services wor conducted
by Rev. L C. Floyd, D. D., pastor of
the Simpson Methodist Episcopil
chnrch, aud were very impressive. A
quartette consisting of Miss Grace
Acker, Miss Ella Godshull, William
lieck and Fro.'essor William Jones
sang several selections. The pall bearers
were J. 1). Williams, Robert Williams,
W llliiim Uiiams aud Darnel Evans.
Tbe remains were conveyed to Forty
bort for interment.
Funeral of Mrs. Connors.
The funeral of Mrs. Margaret Con
nors, wife of James Connors, who died
at her home, 527 North Bromley ave
nue, on Mouday evening at a late hour
will occur tomorrow morning at !'
o'clock. A solemn high mass of re
quiem will be celebrated in St. Fat
rick's church, lutermeut in the Hyde
Fark Catholic cemetery. Mrs. Connors
had beau ill but a short time and her
death was unexpected. She was 5j
years of age and is survived by her bus
band and fonr children, namely, Mrs.
Martha Fergcsou, Mrs. Hugh Kerri
gan, Lizzie Connors aud James Con
nors. Mrs. Connors was a loving
mother and a kind neighbor aud wife.
Meeting of Board of Trade.
The West Side board of trade held a
brief but interesting meeting last
night. In reference to the Round
Woods project William Farrell, a mem
ber of the committee, reported progress.
Councilman Davie stated that in con
versation with Park Commissioner
Ripple, the later stated that owing
to the amount of work which
is being done oy tne cmeiais ot tne
Delaware, Lukawanua and Western
company in rew lorir. city the matter
has been allowed to rest, but that there
was no fear on Mr. Rippies part that
the Round woods would be made a
park. Common Councilman Davtes
spoke at length concerning the'vinduct
and said that the councilmen in
in their action at the time of its defeat
were wholly sincere and that had the
ordinance been properly framed it
wonld have been passed.
Tbe nomi nation of officers for the
coming year were then made. Those
nominated were: President, D. M.
Jones; for vice president, William
Farrell, T. Fellows Mason; for secre
tary, Charles E. Daniels; treasurer, A.
B. Eynon, W. R. Williams and A. M.
Morse. The selection of officers will
take place at the nxt meeting.
The library committee of the Hydo
Park free library and reading room
will meet this evening at 7.30 o'clock
An entertainment arid cake social
will be j;iven in the Tabernacle Con -gre.'ational
church this evening by the
Misses Ida Phillips, Maggie Lewis
and Ma Davis, of Providence, called on
West Side friends last evening.
"Where do the good clothes come from?'
RICHAROS LUMBER COMPANY.
I'. Is a Long Established Firm with a
First Class RopuUtion.
ihe Hlonarai Lumber company, one
of the oldest, if not the oldest, whole
sale lumtiHr furnisher m tne city, are
permanently located in the Common
wealth building. The manager, Mr.
Richards, has been in the lumber busi
ness since 1886, and has made it a rule
to kefp too interest of his customer in
view in nil transactions. While the
company doos not sell nil the lumber
Died in this vicinity, yet they compete
favorably with any responsible dealer,
There are, however, Ditrties engaged in
this business as well as in other lines
of ti.nle, who are not altogether re
sponMble. After a few orders are
filled by such parties, the customer
looks in vain for lumber expected, but
which never conies.
The Richards Lumbar company ha
tbo reputation of filling all orders
placed in thoir handB la promptly as
possible I hey h:iV facilities second
to none for filling order in hemlock
white pine or southern yellow pine
In fact thoy ar in shape to supply the
trade with anything required to make
a first class lumber yard, while no firm
in the buslnesH has to a greater extent
that public confidence which can only
only be built, nn by honest and long
lime dealing. They sell nt wholesale
only, in cur load lots or more.
Music Boxes Exclusively.
Best made. Play any desired nuinbor of
tunes. Gnutscbi v. Sons., mantuacturers,
I08U Chestnut street, riiiliiileiiniin. Won
derful orohitntriul organs, only $j and : in.
Specialty: Old music boxes carefnlly ro
paired and improved with new tunes.
Parts Not, 7 and 8 of this handsome
portfolio are now ready for distribution
Harms just returned from New York
with a hno lot of carpets, rugs und mats
304 Penn avenue.
APRIL'S NEED OF SLEEP
Business Men, Over-Tired House-
Keepers, Teachers, Students
and Men and Women in
the Whirl of Society
Sweet sleep is nature's soft nurse.
Half the fretfuluess, tiokuess and
complaining might be laid at the door
of lack of Bleep.
There iu not one man or woman in
ten thousand wnp can do without
seven or eigiit hours' sleep. All the
stories about great men and women
who slept threo or four hours a night
mako very interesting reading, but no
one ever kept healthy in body and
mind with less than seven hours' sound
Americans need more sleep than
they are getting. This lack makes
them thin and nervous, weak nud com
plaining. But one cannot will one's self to
sleep. If sleep will not come, there is
an evident derangement of the nervous
system. The tired, worn-out nerves
DMd better nutrition to restore them to
thwir heulty action. The rapid build
ing Dp of nerve tissues is what makes
Paine a celery compound so prominent
ly the great uioUvru nerve and blood
Slsop is the time of lowered expendi
ture of nerve force aud of increased re
pair all over the body. Fame's celery
compound quiets the disturbed ner
vous system, feeds its impoverished
tissues and robs them of all irritability
sound, refreshing sleep ensues and the
tired, despairing invalid starts at ouee
ou the wuv to health aud strength.
A freshness in the countenance and
an tibieuc4 of that pained, worn ex
pression comes after a short time tak
ins I'm o's celery compound. Neural
gia, rheumatism, palpitation of the
heart, headaches aud the hosts of dis
couragiug signs of shattered nerves are
banished by this great tomedy. It
makes people well. Students and
teachers ttaud the fearful strain of pre
paration for spring examination by
building up the body, strengthening
the nerves and purifying the blood
with Faiue's eelery compound. It gives
vigor to miud and body.
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"Where do the good clothes come froml"
Thy Go Like Hot Cak.
The success of the Multichroines offered
bv Tut Tumi, ne has been unprecedented
The Hist portfolios were sent out ubout a
Week ago and tbe supply has boen almost
exhausted by the great demand for the
"Where do the good clothes come from?''
TAKING DOWN WIRES AND POLES.
ureat Lhange Has Been Wrought in
the Appearance of Lackawanna
Avenue Combining on Poles.
During the past few weeks there has
been n notable increase in the number
of poles and wiaes on Lackawanna and
other avenues iu the central portion of
Within two weeks about 100 tele
phone wires have disappeared from the
south side of Lackawanna evenue and
many poles and cross arms have been
removed. Tbere are still a number of
small poles in use on that side of the
street by tho Traction company and
Electric Light eompanies. Thoy pro
poae using the telephone poles, now
ever, and as soon as the wires
are changed all of the small
poles will then be removed leaving
only five large poles in each block on
top of which nearly all of the telephone
wires are carried in two cables.
The tolephone company will not use
the north side of the avenue at all, but
it is expected that other electrical
companies will combine in tbe use of
pules ou that side of the street also.
All telephone poles on the north side
of the street will bo removed at once.
Their wires and cross arms have al
roady disappeared making a great dif-
ferone in tbeappearaucoof the avenue.
On Adams avenue, between Lacka
wanna avenue and Olive street, many
of the wires and poles have ditap
peared and tbe same is true of Wash
the work will tie continued as rap
idly as po-sible throughout the city.
Mr. O Brien, of tbe telepboue company
says, until tbe number or wires and
poles are reduced to the lowest point
that an efficient aervico to the public
"Where do the good clothes comofrom:-
The HAND80KI new uniforms of the
Scranton Base Ball (Tub have arrived ami
are now on exhibition in the show win
dow of Florey & Holt'lu the Y. M. C. A.
building. They are made of cream colored
flannel with the word Hcranton in blue
across the breast. The uniforms are of tho
finest mako and rOlect great credit on
Florey & Holt, who have so rapidly pushed
to the front in the sporting gouds busiuoB
by handling only the best goods and by
square, honest dealing. Thoy carry a
most complete line of bicycles, firearms, etc.
Call on them bufore you purchase ny
articles id this line. '
"Where do tbo good clothes cotno from'-"
' i .
First Ceremony Soltmnized in ths Qresn
Ridge Presbyterian Church.
The Green Ridgo Presbyterian
chureh was tbe scene of one of the
prettiest weddings seen in that section
of the city for some time Inst evening,
it being the marriage of Edgar D
Hnrtlett, one of ibe popular employe
of the Scranton Traetiou company, nud
Miss Margaiet Peuaor, daughter of
Adam Peuser, of New York street, and
one of the most charming and popular
young ladies of Green Ridge.
The chancel was handsomely deco
rated with Howers and potted plants.
The ushers were C. M. Carr, George O.
Csrr, W. T. Price, A. D. Van Gordr,
George Millett and Peter Zurflan. The
bridal party entered tho chnrch pre
ceded by the usherH, and two flower
girls, eaeh bearing a handsome bou
quet. The flower girls were followed
by the bridesmaid, Misa L-na Pneser, a
sister of the bride. Next came th
bride leaning on her father's arm. The
groom and groomsman, Peter Pueser,
entered from the left and met the bride
at the center aisle. Rev. N. F. Stahl
performed the ceremony, after which
the bridal party roturned to the resi
dence of the bride's parsiits, whore a
supper was servod.
Toe bride wore white satin and the
bridesmaid cream satin Arter a short
reception Mr. and Mr. Hartlott loft
for their newly furnishud residonce,lo
' Whore do the good clothes comofromV"
Bendloston ft Woera and Ballantlne's
Ales are tbe best. K. J. VV aLhu, agent, Ui
Levkawauua avenne. "
Farts Nos. 7 and 8 of this hnndsonm
portfolio are now ready for distribution
Anthony Cannon Foretold Bis Death
Occurred as He Said It Would.
HE DIED YESTERDAY MORNING
A Blood Vessel Burst at the Base of
His Brain and He Died After Being
Removed to the Hospital dames
Murtagh Arrested for Wife Beating
Yesterday Personal Mention and
Anthony Cannon, aged 00 yean,
whose wife and son, Martin J. Cannon,
a loeal painter, live on Pittston avenue,
hen for years been a migratory turn of
mind and had no specmc stopping
place, died at the Lackawanna hospital
yesterday. He spent a portion of last
week in the vicinity of utnooiaaua
was apparently as healthy as any man
of that age. What is pirticular abont
bis death is the fact that tie accural -iy
fei el old the date of it. In
conversation with many persona
of bis acquaintance last Sunday
he staled positively that he
would die without any eonnivance
on his part, but simply through the in
scrutable will of Gnd, on the following
day. In n fow hours nfterward he vis
ited bis son and at bis residenae was
taken violently ill. He was conveyed
soon after to tho hoipital, where dis
solution set in as be told it. He was
in the habit of using laudanum ; but
did not take any of the drug for a
month prior to bis death, the cause of
which was apoplexy, the fuueral will
be held tbia afternoon at 8 o'clock
Interment iu Minooka cemetery.
Ifurtaghon Bis HuscU.
James Murtagh, the professional
South Side wife bea ter, agreeably dis
appointed all who kn ow him by living
happily with his fam lly for a period
reaching back six months, during
which tune nt least a half dozsti pay
days oame and went.
But yesterday morning tho ruling
passion mastered him. and he started
ID with a vigor to make up for lost
time. He hammered his wife brutally,
and she was so weak from loss of
blood that hor strength was barely
Bble to carry hor to reach an officer.
She found one on Cedar avenue und
Murtagh was taken in ketping. Ho is a
ponderous brute, tipping the scales at
over 200 pounds. Tho officer In
in order to bring him to the station
was obliged to administer a few taps of
the club, which had the proper effect.
He will be remembered as eontributing
to tho fracas in which Constable Wosl
kers and bis brother got whaled in an
attempt to lock him up, as be was in
dulgiug iu bis favorite exercise. He
had a hearing yesterday morning and
was committed to jail iu default of
$500 bail to answer at the next term of
Miss Maggie Siglin, of Pittston ave
enue, will leave to-morrow on a visit to
Mr. Con nail, of Pack street, mother
of Select Councilman Alex T. Connell,
returned yesterday from Shamokin after
spending a two-weeks visit amoug
Miss Susie McTammany, of Oswego,
N. Y., returned home yesterday after a
short visit to tbe family of Edward
Maher, of Cedar avenne.
Miss Mary Langeu, of Hawley, visited
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Bust, of the
Roaring Brook hotel
Miss Delia Moore, of Gjnet street,
will leave Saturday for Nov York.
John Joyce and Miss Bridget Coyne,
of Minooliu, will be married this after
noon in St. Joseph's church, by Rtv.
D. H Green.
Out of tbe seventy six charter mem
bers of Neptnne Engine company only
six are in the company at present.
There names are: Charles Hnester,
Anton Fisch, Michael Hanselman,
Peter Robling, sr., Jacob Hartmuu and
Abraham Weichel. At present the
company numbers thirty-two, Colonel
E. H. Ripple nud Michael Miller being
the only bonory members. When the
now engine nrrives the Neptunes will
be second to none in the city.
"Whore do tbe good clothes come from. '
Scranton' Punlness Interests.
THI TniBOMl Will soon publish a care
fully compiled and olasslued list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing nnd professional interests of Scranton
and viciuity. Tho edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully Illustrated with
photogravure views of our pnblic build
ings, business blocks, streets, etc., together
with portraits of ieading citizeus, No
similar work has ever given an equal rep.
resentatiou of Scranton's many Indus
tries. It will be an invaluable exposition
of our business resources. Sent to
persons outside the city, copieB of
this handsome work will attract
new comers and be an unequnlled
advertisement of the city. Tbe circu
lation is ou a plan that cannot fail of good
results to those concerned as well as the city
atlarge. Representatives of TllK Triiuinx
will rail upon THOfl WHOSE NAKBI
are Dial BSD iu this edition aud explain
its uature more fully.
Those desiring views of thoir residences
in this edition will pleaso 1 ave notice at
Kill Two Birds.
with One Stone
If you want tocombin comfort with
slevence, look at SOHANK s SPRING
STOCK nf SHOES, There's the KM
PRKSM, for butane. What's neater
hi rUIMt or black; The lady that
wears it looks like a lady, And lonking
that way, thn obsnces are she'll act
like olio Good clothes and good shoes
iiuike guml deeds easy and natural.
The Dude Is Dead
Young men haV ceased to be howling
wells. They can't afford it these
poor times. Tbnt s partly why so
many quietly dressed young men
about town buy their Spring Footworn'
at Hahattk'a, They know ho deals only
in tbe very latest and l)"st. Thoy knew
his stock is largo, tint nover liuid. And
they know bis 1'lticEs ARE Down
To I' IT THE TIMES
This Means Yon
By the wny, why not look at Schank
KliBOANT NKW SI'HINO AND
si mu:k DE8IQNBT Thuroa no
charge for looking. When you buy
you pay. The chances are you'll buy.
Arcade Shoe Store.
F. M. Aylsworth
will bo at bis new stnnd, 'J23 Wyoming
avenue, next to Economy Furniture com
pany, ready for business next Thursday.
F. J. Johnson, practical bouse and sign
painter has removed from court house
square to 22tl Spruce street, opposite
Parts Nos. 7 and 8 of this handBome
portfolio are now ready for distribution.
Harris just returned from New York
with a tine lot of carpets, rugs aud mats.
304 Penli avenue.
Rheumatism racks the system like a
thumbscrew. It retreats before the power
of 1 1, nd's Sarsaparilla, which purifies the
Art for the masses.
One Dime and
Go where they have
the best selection.
RICH CUT GLASS,
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
yon bunt, fish, rido a wheel, or
end to'.' Do you want fine Pocket
CutUry, a Hazor, or any of the numer
ous arliclen aporteinen antl sporting
men uaeV If so, on ami after APRIL
A. W. JURIS CH
Will be prepared to furnish some at
reasonable prices at his store,
435 Spruce Street
Remember, everything new; tock
just bought: no old ctock to uUpose of.
Call ami ex nuiue ami you will save
time and money.
PLAIN AND FANCY CARES,
ICE CREAM and WATER ICES
Leave your order at
227 WASHINGTON AVE.,
or413 LACKA. AVE.
Our Lackawanna avenue
restaurant open until mid
night. A TRIP
Through our Bioycl DniuiHimnt will show
yon tba Bnaat lino ofnw mi altgant good
at reasonable price you ever mw, Bpclally
notloetbe IIOCHBSTKR. It Is the natt
noil fnsie-it oyola In th market.
Cnll and gat prio on our SECOND QBADE
WHEELS. They will surprise you.
CHINA v HALL
Florey & Holt
Y. M. C. A. Building.
OUR "BELL" CUTAWAY AND SACK
COATS ARE CUT EXTRA LONG.
FAT MEN'S SUITS IN LARGE VARIETIES.
Martin Sc. Delany
Clothiers and Custom Tailors.
308 Lackawanna AAenue,
We have never shown as sclent an assort meat in mats,
trimmed in the latest style aud in endless variety, as we
do this season, and we cordially invite all ladies to visit
our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
Cloaks and Capes
We are just opening a large shipment of Cloaks aud Capes.
A handsome Tan Ladies' Jacket, Umbrella Back, Keel'er
Front at $7,00
A tight fitting Clay Worsted Jacket with Moire Revers
A beautiful Black Clay Worsted Cape, with Mohair Braid
And dozens of other styles from
Women's Coats and Gapes
Wc showed you a large collection of Gapes and Jackets at
Easter-tide. Today wc have just twice as many-
Jackets ill Covet Cloth and Twills,
Moire and Silk Trimmed.
They Fit Wei, Wear Well Look Well.
The Prices are WAY DOWNi
$5 50, $7.50, $9 to $12.
Think of FIFTY
The very newest and neatest aro of Gro Grain Silk, Moire,
Cloth and Luce. Notice the price tickets:
$5, $6.50, $9 TO $20.
Jackets, Capes and Top Garments for Everybody.
Gk'W. Owens & Co-
CLOAKUAKBRS, SUITS AND WBAP8,
sritl OK BTKBBT, COURT BOUSE SQCARK.
205 Lackawanna Ave.
$1.98 to $25,00
The Great Marvel of Dental Science
A recent discovery and the sole
Henvood k Wardell,
S16 Lackawanna Ave.
WHAT J. G. SEA MONS SAYS ABOUT
DR9. BBM1TOOD i WAItDEM.:
After liuvlng rhivi'it i. '.to citraoted ni
on tlttlng by I lie i.nlnlein matliod, I pro
nouncn It llltlrall autla'itctorv In everf
imrtlcular. J. U. SUA1HONS.