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THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNETHURSDAY MORNING. MAY 17, 1894.
Peecham's pills are for
biliousness, bilious headache,
tlyBpepsia, heartburn, torpid
livcf, dizziness, sick head
ache, bad taste in the mouth,
coated tongue, loss of appe
tite, sallow skin, when caused
by constipation; and consti
pation is the most frequent
cause of all of them.
Book free; pills' 25c. At
drugstores.or write B.F.Allen
Co., ;u5 Canal St., New York.
The beautiful weather suggests
yoor necessities; your necessities
ROgge8t our special offerings to
day: Gloves, Laces and
Wc also offer a I area lot of
For women and children, iu
all the li st and latest shapes.
Sailor Hats and English Walk
From 50 cents to $5.
A beautiful assortment of Pino
French ami Domestic Flowers.
Handsome Tailor-Made Cos
tumes in Blue and Black
Barge, Covert Cloths, etc.etc,
with lull sleeves and per
fectly hanging skirt, most
carefully made in every de
tail. Among onr best stylo
of suit- are the Derby, Amn
ion and Penwiok.
A STBOlfG LINT Of
$1.50 and $2 Each.
DUCK SI ITIN(iS
Choice styles Ladies' Duck
Baitings in Light and latk
Pries 12'. c. Per Yard.
DV'S DOING AT UUNMORE.
Eaccril 1' Event of a Xnd.rn D.it lr.
Sprrti'i to the Scranl'in TWmit.
Evmioiik. Ph., May 10. The Ep
Wurth li- iiju-' helil an !!! rtiiiiU'ii'iil
kO'i tociiil ut the MrttliodiMt Bplicopal
church I all niirbt. Tim nil tir w is lit I
for 0 - pnrpoee of raiting foe ! to
pUrcbftM rt now plSBO linJ It wm !ib
r illy psUroolSMi tli leag'JH realising
(imt" nm. The programmi wss
open 'i by Professor Korn, wi. r
no introductory on the iBStrumiBl
Xbil WM fin lowed by 1 iUrw dull 1 I
eovted by M Chamberlain mid
Dialer. A vocal solo by Jim .S tiler,
piano and violin iinut by the
Misses Powell ; vocal to . P. A. Citr:
ma no sole, FrofOUOt :.i ; VOesI solo.
MiaiSnilar; piano an ' violin tiu-t, M:s
Distorted Hi Pi ui; quartette -lction
by HIm s I rell and Kit-hard
and Mi ami He iio J sad fitOWafa Bo
endly the a Salt wm also u ibcoss and
Many rinaleil ll .Ptuirlvoa with l ho lam
toons repart that wan Hpri-a.i
Miss Umnciie Ilium Uft jctterday f ir
Bit.gbiiuitou, N. V,. wlirn she will
riaitatttie home of V. 0 Qslpln
MoieikDavin, of Mnicuw, vltlted bis
brother, 1'bilip DaTtt, on Tic slay.
To-morrow evening t!i v iu ig Isdlet
of the Bon Ton dancing cm", will rn
tertnln thi-ir friend by giving ii so. lal
at the Odd Fellows' hull A lintfe
nnniber of invitations have been inane I
to young people both herii nnd in
Scrauton and un onj yublo tint is nii
tiripnteil. Mm Wood nnd ion, Hoy, are visiting
Ufa Wnrdoll It visiting her mother,
Mrs. Shaffer, nt Union Kid go.
Stephen Alton underwent, a very crit
Icnl operation at hi homo yesterday
sfterBOOB, Mr. Allen huu been nn In
Talid for Honio lime and ;an t -no had
developed in his leu. After a eOBtnlta
40U of the doctor It was dectded tli.it
th innmbr would h ive to be ampu -tSted,
which was successfully nccom
pliahed by Dr. Frank Winters, a late
grudunte of Jefferson college, assisted
his father and Doctors QarVOV and
Murphy. The operation was neatly
performed, nnd reflect lunch credit on
the. town's youuir doctor and bit assist
ants. At late accounts Mr. Allen WM
fceliug comfortable and noil! effects
Strawberries and fresh uiilk at Pal
mer's for B cents pur quarts.
A (Junrter Gantiiry Tr.it.
Tor n quarter of a rontury Dr. Kind's
New Discovery lin'i been tested, nnd the
millions who hnvn rocelvad bandit from
lis uso testify to Its wonderful cnrntlve
cowers in nil disonsos of Throat.Cho.t nnd
Lungs. A romoJy tlmt has stood the test
so ln; end lhot tins jlvon so universal
latlafiictlon in ::o eaper.mooti Ench buttle
to positively finnranteod to give relief, or
tho money mil be refunded, It It admitted
to br the roost reliable for Coughs nnd
Cold". Trial bottlesFree at Matthew Bro's.
Drug Store. Large slzo 50c, nnd $1.00.
DHZzlinK Feiturua ui th Gfcond Night.
Th Military Pamela.
Fl'ccicu !o t;i rttraann Tr6aas,
HON BSD ALE. May 1(1. The secoud
night of the kirmesa aijain brought
forth a largo audience, numbering
nearly as many ns on tho first night,
The dunces in every case were much
better, more freedom and frolic tiding
shown. The May Pole and Gypsy
dances wer.' recoivud with the mime
henrtinpsB of the preceding night.
The Bptulth dance is a light, skip-
in;; step that takes tho eye at once.
The youtiK Spaniards with their lonu
spears and bright coiupanians pro
Rented a most attractive tppearnnce.
The dance is of that lively, quick,
thrilling uatnro that is sure to take
well nnd the house applauded again
and BgaiU. Miss Antoinette- I). Hall
dance a favorite solo to tho Spanish.
Her h'rnceful. bowitc.iin movements
bring on loud applause.
The flower dance, by young laditl
alone, is of a much slower, stalely
movement than tho others. Tlta figures
ilumed are petty ai.d grnoofully exe
cuted. The tnrantello is similar to the Span
ish dance, but iu place of the tpear "f
the young fata in the Spanish tht
young ladies carry long scarfs. Tho
Bae dancing of the young people was
Probably no dunce provokes more
I luuhtT or is more heartily enjoyed
than the War and Moon danot ot the
Americans Indiana Dressed in exact
rettmbltnot to the original American
Indian with war paint, tomahawk and
ftatbtrt, th?se tiraves and MUiaus
dance to the time of the rumbling,
ertthiog mntle of the war dance, l
the lead mav be teen Shrill Murphy,
in hi moccastm six feet five inebtt
tall aud T. B, Clark of in nrly the same
height, followed by otbtt giauti of ill
loot ttatue. The war wboopt tie
blood OOtdling, Tiin tomahawk is
flourished with menaoa At tho sound
ot the dntijjer every Indinn ilrocs as if
DM ptMOn, Then ivine a part tlut
pli tti I everv ou-1 :.d:er. Mis Barbara
weaver dances n sulo In the droit ot
the council that is very i'wet nnd
pleasing. .Mis- Weaver' totolt excel
lent. The Harvester Were applauded Inud
and Iniiir. They Imwv 1 ta-.r ackno.vl
edgrineiit, but ill i not danre the sec
ond time. Toe tolo danctrt were rt
clpitntt of bandtomt bouqu t "t
Aowerti winch th-y highly UMtrved
fot tin IrtZetllent dancing.
owing tn th abandonmtnl of the
frequent change ot sum.' ol tht poorer
colernl ligtits the dances were much
luprovtd In gtoeral tpptaraoct and
i fleet. Do not mis th little oom at
th matinee, yon can't afford It.
Thursday nnd Friday at 1 1 m . Sttur
dav at it p in
Among the out nf town giit we
sun, Mio Maine Charlttwortn, John
Blackwood ant .Mr Hunt. S.-r trit.m
Mis Annie Sharp, MIm Ntlll Parn-
inam, Miss Ai.tia l.rm.ilt mil .tin-
Kiora Suimer, 1'ort Jcrvi. H. B, Buy
.l, r. Bondoot; llltt Dalle WilkM, Mid
dlttowoi Mrs. Bid nty Hen wood, Mr-.
D.( fel'iert and C'ohnl It ,a. SeraOtO .
Ml Dr I'Mim. ItlM Outtlt Ciillntu
and Charltt Armbnater. Bawlty; 111m
rtnwltnd an 1 wi:., li iwley,
Houefdaie i gnily dteked In bunt
ing aud tltg today in bono! of tbt
guet of Oonpany K tho Tbirttratb
regiment. A large uuiut)r ol Ml C
town people are pretent, m ik, thi
the greet day of the klrmttt, Every r
,erved aeiit in the armory h ,s been
sold and Hie building wilt bs peek 1
At 4 l"i the aoldttrt arrive l.an 1 f 'rul
ing In line paraded t'io principal
aire!. A dr. pus le under tne new
tactic wa held on Dppi r Main strtet
tnd witneB-d by a large tbi tog
N vi of II ih H r Kin Oslltd a id r.-
(ollv Ei '.nm a ' I
fpertttl tt.r , rn;., i IVtbeaa
1 ITIMi'N, Pa . Mav I'l I ( if
,i. B Pnnersos agalnttJ A Touiiill,
Whlob was tat 1 iwo f r tr. il thl week.
bst been eooUnsed iwing tot iuiarrfe
noobei ol c tit i to bt trie I,
j. teph P. CfBeyie, brother of As.i:
nut Dutrlct Attorney tllloyie, b.ts
commence '. tli am ly of law In the
latti r efl ' t Vil !l irr
William Liwa'.l, ef Wtlete-Barre, u
out with i cii illtoge to ruu ttveral
printer' 100 yards, ll" gives Joba
Jones, If, Baekley, It inert Martin,
on yard trt in li.'ivard; Dni
or Smith, three yiir l lii In ), or will
run l Ion' iff thl tturk for a purse
r inging lr..iu fl'sj to f 1 10 i si In
Jacob W. Bvant, of this place, is in
rf c-ipt of new of the Barn age of Mi
brother! Hvan Bvant, formerly of tin
place, to H-ii.cc i vVtlllamt, The in-
lorrtting event l'H)k Jil ice lit NeWharg,
(Jre., on April 17.
Tne delegates from this plsee to at
tendance at the annual r. invention nf
the C.ttbolie Totni Abstinence union
being hel l iri WUketBam are: Father
Matbow tocltty, M. w A rrrit, J. II.
Foy; St. John's cadets, Thoina J.
Lottu. M J. Koran i St. John's nveitty,
PorlOrifflth, IL J Bgut, Bdward
l)i. uglier; S-. Joaep'i'a ealets, M F
Qtlletpit, Prsaett II icktn,
I'he oondition of .1 Z -i tier, who wv
kiektd by a uiul", is critical and little
hope i expressed for an reeovtry by
the attending physician.
In common pleat cunt today tht
.oli'.wia ' I.;!. I I, a- b oi ui.ur.eil i:i to.,
cam u! llert Dymo.nl vs I'ittstoD bo
rOUghi Proper proofs of rvica of
writ of Ctrl lor a having beuu served
upon ThomM llaloney, bnrgttt ot
Pittston borough) commanding him to
sud up his r.c irdt t second Monday
in May, 1894, and that he has failed to
nbey the commend of laid writ, roll It
granted upon Thomas M ilonty to tbow
cause why ao Sttacbuttut tball not l
sue against him for co.it-mpt of court
iu nut ohiying the USUdatee of ttld
writ. Returunbie Mav 10, at 10 a.m.
John Jordan, of Upper Pittaton,
whose tlectioo with that of Michael
Lyons, us jitsti. e of the ptaot, bill been
declated void hy the state attorney
general, has retained a counsel At
torney John T, Lensban, who will go
to Harrllburg tomorrow to appear bc
foro the governor and attorney gtntrsl
unit argue to cstnbllah tie; validity of
Mr. Jordan's eloction. Tho decision of
the attorney general as to what Hct ot
assembly and mpnleiuelits then to this
borough is at present, under ro-divi-lion(
governed by will be S waited with
considsjr ililo InteftStj as it will in any
event hnvu bearing nn the tux reottvi!
contest, tht number of years rounoil
men are elected for, and tho number Ol
school director thu district I untitled
to. Oaz itte.
'the Mi- Olive Smith, r-arnb Drury,
and Laura Jontt started on their trip
to the old cainlry this morning. Tiiey
lift Now York at 4 o'clock on the
ittrmibtp Citv of Pkrit, Iheir destina
tion boiug Southampton. Arriving
there, they proceed to London, in which
city they will make their besdqhsrwrt
during tho two or three laotiUis that
they are to IpeOd iu viewing sights and
visiting relntivfH and friende in Bng
laud and Wales. Oharles O. Smith ac
companied the young lmlio to New
York to see them safely oft
The music class of Miss BlilSbatb
Hoyt, of the West Side, will give a
musical.' Inmorrow evening. Thefol
I ivvliig nrogrnmiri" wil b- r-nd-r'l;
Duet V.ils Concert Mnttei
Clara Lanford and .Marian benedict.
Charge Hussars Spmdler
(JeburtstngB Marsch Schwalm
n. Rondo in C iloznrt
b. Flower s0ug Raff
Btrcinte Jotot Hoffman
Song, "For All Bteroity
Morceau doRal Widor
BabiUsrde (Oaprlce) J. Ruff
a. Hong Without Word .Mendolsuohu
b. Polka, "Wane."
n. Rondo in P Kohler
b. Alpine Roses Spiadlor
FROM FOtiEST CITY.
Btlttlt of tb- Fire Pay Uy Colsbrnted
r. rtonul Net n .
Fs rcini tn ftatferanfoM 7W6um
POBRSrClTT, Pa, Mav l(i Thomas
EL Reynolds, of BorSUtOn, wns in the
bun ugh on hast cell today.
Prof. YY. 11. ( lillel, superintendent ol
schools of Susquehanna county, will
be in Forest City tomorrow toconduo1
The Brat picnic of the year I being
In Id IndaV on tl a grottndl opposite the
Trie ttatton by Cunrl Clinton lodge,
No. 7807, Ancient Order ForMtert of
America, Tht parade was headed by
the Vsudling Corutt b ind.
F. L' Keed has moved hi family
from this pilot to Vattdllng where Ic
ins t arte I n brmch store,
A. M. I illicit and 1) E Evans, ol
Gibson, were iu town witntn tho patt
tw i d ays
Mien Lizzie Hsrtung Is vlsltlog this
we k in Boneedala
Mrs. David Anthony, of the West
si It, Scran too, visitol friends in tin
place yesterday wiiilu on her return
The Pi ret City Mhool will close to
morrow A very saoeteifnl lertn off
school has boon taught under the prin
cipalshtp of Professor W. ti Trim
rHB TaiBOKB reporter mad a visit
today to tut icene of yetterday'i lire.
A force of mechanic wa bntlly at
work connecting the stam
Iteam hM been raised In two of the
boilers and tho steam puinps t tt the
nine were started running today alum
8 o'clock p. n An opening has ben
ni.do In the tbtft bttwoen the tlopi
..ml the No, s'mft. it i Intended to
;,ivu the 1 colliery working tomor
row The fan holler are not BO se
verely detunes I as wa at firt tsptoted
lie.) faii suglne, boitt tngist and ti.e
two high Speed eniuts that ran tde
tltotrie generStOfS are cracked and
ruined. The limbering ind banting
with the guide in the oust i will h.iv
1 1 bt rtpi iced 'V"r twenty mine car
Were ba lly d ilnaged it Will be at
l.-n.l six or eight w..ks tetfnr the No.
2 colliery can bt worked. An insurance
Lizzie D iVSBtf.thl U-year ol 1 laugh
ter i f Patrick nn i M argent D.vany.
of Vandllng, dltd yrilerdav of heart
f illnrt i ruie. t wiii inks piac t
morrow rbnri lay) in St. K ' ctn
i.C Celnet. I V, ( 'tr boll lal-v
List M D lay Was piy lay. and nfter
having etleoreted tu. evnt wiin
mo much "poUnky," John ll ack, a
p . land. h gni a qasttol with one John
Oaehneek lt.is,ck w gttmg the
w.ir.l of lh proc-. ling, w hu hu drew
a I Ifl and Inflicted an uglv cut on
Ooaanack, cutting i.im in the seek.
I h" cut was ah ut thte" inche long
and in th ibapt of an L. th bottom
upward It wa intlu'tad over the
Ugar v.. in. Tim man was in gNfll
danger of bl -tdlng ti d'atli fot a tun.
I 'r. KnSM attend" I hun and h- la rest
ing eati.y at tht WtfttUR P .stack
was arrange 1 before Njuirn W. J
Max y. wtio hld I.im uinior i i t ail
to up;mr at court.
Buck Ainu t fia va.
The beat aalv In tb world fseOSSe
Ilroiaea, Boiaa l.'lrr. Malt Khaarn, Paver
Bt i-. 1 tier. i.app.t lla 1. i Li: bum.
I'orus ai.d all skin Eruptiniit, ai.d pjal
ttvtly rurea 1'ilos. or un pay required. It
tgseresttid t" give parfect tatlafaettoe
r r BtoMg rvftnded, Mes r
to. rOI a.!e by ItSSSheWI illu. M
Uatlv U tdfet tf Eatartalaln Ojtt i
frota a Liva Town
ft . mi to ra .Mcraafoa TViaaa.
Olvi iiant, Pa , May 10 H-v
Oaurge H A. Ian, or NlW York, la visit
ing with fri' ii Is la t .w i
William MmOB, ..r li Jtely, went on
a ion nel trip in WilKe -llarr todtv
William s .. of Orecti ltiJgv, wm
a calb r iii lows vter lay.
Mn T. ."d. Djvtts of TOptka, Ken.,
ii visiting btl mn, Wiliiam H D iviaO,
on Ln kawanna bin I
Bav Pete: B inerta sttendtd tii- Coo
gregational ha d ty achnol c invention
at Piovi donee to-day
T. It. Hard, nf Pvckville, circulated
among friend i i town to-day.
Mr Joi n li and and Miss ( I'Nnd,
Of Carboodllt, Were Vtttllngon Lack
awanna Stn et to dy.
Wm Burks r the North p. id etrce
I a ted among friends iiere to o if,
Miss Minnie Boban, of Daaekor
ttreet, i rltliing trn-nd in Dnumort
The Brown teia- bill olub will ormt
bat witli the Young Men' QhrisliS
association team ..f BoTSntOO on the
borne ground Saturday The manas
era will have cltalrs on the grmi i I t
areommodata the crowd. The follow
ing ere pisyaro: Btttery, Korea broth
erSJ first base. Oritlilii; ttoood bate,
Soblagerp third base, Frank v7heler;
shortstop. Welsh, left lid,!. .Sun R.;
center ti ild,Meebao ; runt lie! i t 1 1 . r
Street Oommlstiootr N rulo 1 1 doing
sums good work "U our e;routs. Lit
the good work go nit.
KILUD ay THE CARS.
Mrs. Mary O'Jcyla Ct.ut lu Froat of a
Deinware and ilutli n Train.
fytckU ta fa icrtuVoa IXttas
OLTMAirr, I'a., May 1(1 -Mrs Mary
O' Boyle, an aged Inly, who had been
visiting t j'. ii GHiraartlu's in Pok-
ville, and Was going in VtSlt btrdaUgb-
ttr in Provldenue, was walking down
the Delaware ami BndBoU track today
when alio heard S VOal irain coming
Stepping out of tho way of lb: cod
train, she Stepped in front of the 8 80
passenger train, Wbloh stiu k and killed
The remains were taken iu charge by
fJodertekti Bw enev.
Whon Haby WM link, we gave her Csztorta.
When she u-ns a Child, slie cried for Ca.-it.iria.
When she beeMMllItt, ahn dnag to C.istorla.
Whon sho had CUlldron, she gavollwui i:astorla,
CARBON D L COililER.
Pretty Woddlr rr at Trlr.ity Cha ch ?er
onul ii. d Otli r Note.
.' l eant the. SeraHtO IW5WM.
CaBBOSUALB, Pa., May 16. A very
pretty wedding took plaot thi evening
at Trinity church, Tho contracting
parlies wore Mies Lizzi" Phillip, of
this citv, nnd Albert Nlcol, of Arch
bald. Tho ooreinouV was performed at
8 o'clock by Rv, E J. Bollley, The
bridesmaids were Mis Lizzie Ktefer,
of Scranton, and Miss Mintiio llat
tinger, of this plaot. Tho maid of
honor was Mus An oil Moylee, of Scran
ton. Charles M F.atou was grooms
man. Tho usln rs were Harry II. Dill
and Augustus Bsttsnburg, of Arch
bald; Wiliiam J. Roberts and Melvin
Tappan, of this city. Tho bride was
very prettily arrayed in a dress of white
corded silk, as also were her attendants,
who were attire. 1 in white. The OtWly
wedded couple, will at once commence
housekeeping in u newly furnished
bome on Main street in Archbald.
Frank perry has tempted a poaition
with City Engineer Fnck
A telegram was recniv. d tod ly by
Bdward Bitted, announcing tin. desth
is tiiterlu-iaw, .Mrs. V H. Crago, of
Aldtuvlllt, Wayne county. Mr. ami
Mrs HUted lett this nftornooii for
that pi ice.
Mis Mentis Donovan, of Lloo.iln
ab line, will leave touiorro.v morning
(Tbnnday) for Scranton, where the
win retidi in the future.
O.. tge Taylor ii the iruest of Dr.
Jetlklnt, of Church street.
Yetterday afttrnoon while driving a
tpirited hi. io on Belmont ttrtet nnd
ttie animal bteoming frightened au.i
nnmnnngtablo at the eight of s street
car. Reed l owler wa thrown out of
. in. e irria ami -iH.uiue l some bad
Jiuum H. V'arin iu ofCansan lift this
morning for Philadelphia H wpltel,
where he will r.c tvo treatment for
Mr. m l Mr. .1. s It rryof CsttSSU
trail spent today with friends in
1 " '!) Dubois and Sam Ferrell were
in Honesdal-to I iy on a busiuesi tnji
M. L us It ii r, of Scranton. Deut
thia evening with friindt in tins city
Mr Vain., n i rttUmi I to lo r bOBM
In Port Jitvi after a visit with her
liter, Mr J u Vanoau,
Mils Sad io Car r. .if Jersey City, who
iu -Nt i -1 Lluta scurry's gueai
during the pMt Jew diy, left todny
lor n short stay witb H msedsls fnoud
before tetnrinn g bomt
H.-lLbllAJ AND GWtaT BCMD.
It tat nf tatenet lr m IB Twin r u qa
h..en T .wna
y) rfinl a thr N outran ,.
HaIXSTBAO, Pa Miv 1.-Mrs.
i-. rge liav.a, of Btnghamton, i vutt
lug friend! lu town.
The tonal Bns on th lull a'.out
tt,i peetty rillagt an dMtroying
larif" nembet of tn- tree
Mm Kittle Plka i d red a priz of a
ring to a hoy and girl for good Be.
havior during tbi term. The pr.xi
were leoond by Mitt Aim Boyt uJ
M later Tbomee Adams,
Me in rial Day, M i- In, will h pe'a-
1 r it-. l by s mmrell p. it, No. 888,
Orsai Annv of tin Bepublla rt
member of the p t will amhl at
t'i. lr room at Ol in. from which
plsee they will march to tlraee Ctinrch
cemetery; tbence to WikxJUwh and
Liar I.C cemetetlas After Ihe aar
tlOet at lues cemetena tbey will
break rank for dinner. Tby will -Mml
I again at 1 p iu. Th aftarin or.
Mrvloee will eoaetet of gnnd parade,
aarvire nt ii Hoi cein-tery at II ill
stn!, ml aldrasa.t itKntier i ,."ra
boast iv Rev I w Wise, ofTosk-
baao el;, au l others. The lint of
marcli will Nt through the principal
(treat of Oreat Head and llal!tad.
Tin infant sou of Mr. and Mr
.lame s.minr. 11, agd v'mt 2 month,
died this afternoon at 8 o'clock Th
fooeral win be held oa Friday after
BOOB at .'e'ock Intermint will be
made It !!,,;, m .irv
Mi. M B Page, of BtngstBttea. Is
vi. nine triiB l in town
Oouoiv Bnperinteedeal of School
l p GHUst, will ho d a t'acher tS
aiuiustion at ti.n tiriit Band on Sttnr
Fred Decker ii hav.ng an addition
bnil". on hi r .i.lenc.
l rtro I- Blobols haa r'turned hou.t
from viaitlug frteodl in Blngnamton.
Dr NorwiviKl a Norway I'm Svrup na
Med for yrars ai a prefer. puon by a ac
cefu! phy.lrtan It I la all respect the
bet eoffni BMdk made today. Slid by
all dialers on a gBereatOC I f Minfartl u.
lEabi T AY tOK tOPICS
A Neluhbirlig 11 r.iugli'i N w. Oract
feU Wrl la. Up
tjftittt to rA Hcraaliiti ,u.,a.
Tayi.hu. Pa. M iy 8 -The Electric
will piay tin (fevei Sweets ciui on
rbeesM w Jea John Eobter and
QeorgeJ Poaattl annouBoa thenswlwa
' in Ii Int. - l i .leg it. .a to the Third
Henry Bewails, Elmer Daniels and
Itev Ivor Tbotaa attended the Sua
day a.-hod conwotlon of the Coagre-
grtllon ll chlirclies at Pr .vi lene i to lay.
The tobooll nf L ickaw tuna township
will el. sa on J un I.
Th Oelitatil "G in vieve, " at the Cal-
v.in Dsptltl c urcn on Tnitday night,
WMgretrted 'ii- l crowded b un ni.it
ablyglvea The m-mben of the 'l ay
I ii ti intra a qnitt .1 thtmitlvM ore-
T oo "C lit. derate Spy" will bo given
mxt Wtdntaday nlgbl nt the rink
Join, Wet bit aid Barbers Negley
were wedded lod.iy a: tbt Qtrman
Evang Mcii ebnrch by Uev. Beck.
We r' park waa BBSploioasly
opened today Taylor hand wat pret
ent d glVl several el oice Selections
Tbe path ll lighted up by electric
iighN an 1 i. uvii arrange i lor tdeasure
ji ri. a.
H orun N mateel an I 1 1 1 M irtlu
w r m nied tnutebt by Ret, Ivoi
Tbnmtt The couple will m one go
honaek in -. i dn a rwl
Sbatp, HMOtblg ii;ns.
back ache, side ache,
chest n.utis and nalnl.
t.-iii iii relieved in t ink
MINI ik hy the COTt
Ct KA Ami-Pain I'las
TBSf the first and only
pain kining platter. It
rCStORI viiu electricity,
Jd hence cum ner
vmr pain and nius-
i..i ' aaaane 11J
lau l'auii a.m. e,,i . Coar., Ilo.ton
-.1 SragghM or by
in 211 li.WdtJ. bf
. Ill ',,!,. ' '
1 ix:-::.'T...A -- i.'L T,:.j.7r.
uH.ii..l....r..l, Krkr4 l tllMI UM, r.i hi
. ..... ivv .K" -'. ' . ... .r.
I llftfrim p.i,iht'ir. I.froi. by moll 'h.n HotHfrinRt I
E.un BaiaarifcU, uir Mnitlo Remedy ami
I putuvolv ciira. I on ami" . nwe, in.
Air. Frederick Seller
St. Peters, I'eun.
Like a Young; Man
Although 71 Years Old
rhoumatis:n Curort nnd Strength
Olvon by Hoocl'o.
"C. I. Hood & CO., bOWtll, Mass.:
"i ban taken three bottle of Beod't sarsn
narllla and am now Ullng tho fourth. I car.
till sa it h i made a new man of m atxny ad
weed age ol it. t ban luflared with rbeuma-
lai 'or tuny jears. for ten years thin has
tan a I welling In my shies aim also andi r mj
J ill,;. It v. as :.o severe I riiulii nut siaop
..in wlUiout pain. Nounuggavt me reflet iu
' ifter I ooinnwu I tn take Haod'i Sara
rllla. I hue Qonttaued to Improve iteadll
e: l the nalO hM li It lay shies and knees, en
hag iii" to sto ip to thn ground with ease,, t
un working ni.e a yonni man, thanks to Hood's
Sananarnia. I cannot prabw It enough In re
turn for the . . i it hu done for tne, not alnue
for i... mutism, but alto for mduey troulle."
r'nsDiuicR miii i. .. st. ptt -rt. rtnn.
Hood's Pills cure Constipation hy res tor
log the pert taltlc action ol tiiu allmtntary esusl
YtS OR NO
A Wo l-Known Pnysician,VVho,
Among Other Things, Is
Noted for His Frankness,
No one evrr bnrd I'r. E. (ircwer BM
the phrase "I think ' In his practice. The
doctor l one f tin frank, fearlea,bon
it, poeltlva inn nt).. never bealUte to
J or ii , -. the ease mav leqnire.
"1 cati cure too" . t I cunii .t cure you,"
Ii Ida Invariable Itchi n nfter tsamisa
Hon, and tO this fSel fact I attributable,
lis rrruatkabh. record without failure.
Hut It WOUld be .imige lint 1 if the doe-
tar war nut a naon than u.uaiiy ucee-
fnl pnetltlosar, Ut haa been .urgeoii in
chief in e . re than ot I Of t: . .arct hoe
pltaltof tbtteoaatry, wm lately Demon
untor of Phyetetooy sad Surgery al the
.Medic i I irur -.. al COiltgt iu Pbltadet-
i in, ha- been tleoted an benersry mnn
btrefthe Medici Cblnrgieal Aeanciation.
i-a gradunte u! the UntVertlty of penn-
ylvaaia, ita, and is 'iii acioae atmirut
A man nh ittth a re oral rouht BOt fail
to be a .urcet.fnl plMician under am
.-e. imitenc , but when backed bj
MBtioea, e. aervatim la aiprtaaioa, at,
n. tie it ii,. i.. .j uar phr.ae, lb "be-
an-yon're-rlfhl the a-go-ahead'' irm,
it wi,uld bt mure than streagu if failure
. vertni k huu.
Von can coun t
ewer auy day at
B .una lands.
Temple Court Building
m 1 BPRTJCR s 1
frnmUaa. till l p in. 1 otunltation. tntt.
Tlioe urlerin(; Irnu Nervou lineaaea
ar tuarantefrt a cure. For aiieh there 1-
the i b lag r I "Tat," a failure It uu
knun 1, in tn,. .I.., lot trea'.iawnt.
Bank of Scranton.
CAPITAL, - $200,000
SURPLUS, - $250,000
TM. tviiik often m .!, .t,,ra ,,rrj
la. -II lit iiui I In Hi, lr hiilaiit . a, bail-
tea a,i 1, ajMaiejDlllt
1.1I an. 1. 11, ,B fitea ta halat a
toMMtt iasana eaiaea Uata deeMlt
till I till KIWI I I I'lrsl.l, nt
lii" II I I. IN. Vlrr-rrralrient
m 11.1 IAN 11 n.i k. oaaBtet
DIM l ints.
William (01111. ll, l.eeree II. .ill..
Ilfred iiuiiii Jam Anhbale. Heurr
ii.nn, jr.. ttiKKiii 1 BUI Ilk, I. inner
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
Lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & CONNELLCO.
Art for the masses.
One Dime and
400402 Lacka. Ave.
Sole Agents in
Our New Millinery
Dept. Now Open.
Largest Retailers of
from Cliioa and Japan.
One entire room
Rugs and Art Squares,
Built in aDay
lint little by littlo the pud
est empire of the Old World
w:is t en red.
DON'T do without because
you haven't Ihe ready money
tn bay the rDltaro.Osrpetis,
Draperies, stoves, ete. your
needs and lnolinationa de
. tn. ind, when our
Btands ready to OSSpme the
indebtedness and accept yonr
small wet'kly and monthly
payments in liquidation.
Scranton for the
Leading House for
Oil Cloths, Linoleums,
and Upholstery Goods.
40() and 408
We make a specialty of
1 f you have not
of our stock of
Lawn Settees and
Leads in Summer
in Every thine.