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THE RCBANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 15, 1894.
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GINGHAM : DRESSES.
They're llic kind you expect to
paj- s2 and 94 for. Children, 2 to
5 years, the prices arc
&1 TO $2
One advantage of past week's
stormy weather was opportunity
to reinspect departments. Where
Stocks are great and assortments
varied, constant supervision is
necessary to present only the best
and newest. Those who visit us
tliis week will reap the benefit of
Silks and Dress Goods,
Cloaks, Capes and Jackets,
Laces, Hosiery and Underwear,
Great Reductions in
EXQUISITELY TRIMMED HATS AND
BONNETS AT HALF PRICE.
The prices of some of the seas
on's most exquisitely Trimmed
lints and Bonnets have just been
reduced one half to effect a prompt
distribution, The styles are many
and the prices, previously moder
ate, cannot fall to appeal strongly
now to the most economical.
Pi ease remember the reductions
are most carefully stated.
Beginning today we shall sell
Trimmed II it nn3 Bonnets that were
$5 AT $2.50.
Trimmed ITit nnd Bmneti that were
7 AT $3.50.
Triminpil TTnt s nnd Bonnets that were
$10 AT $8,
Trimmed Hats and Bonnets that were
$12 AT $6.
Triimr.H Hals and Bonnots that were
$14 AT $7.
The Browns, of thin place, will cross
bats with thu Youuk Men's Christian
Association team, of Scranton, on the
former's pround tomorrow afternoon
at 3 o'clock. An interesting game is
Dr. W. E Lloyd made a business trip
to Philadelphia the first of the week.
The borough council will meet at
their rooms this evening at 8 o'clock.
Burglars broke into tho bntehershop
of Wm. Alaenti, nour the Ontario and
Western depot, on Wednesday night,
and blew open the safe. Tne robbers
escaped Without securing anything of
The ladios of the Primitive church
will give a fair and festival next Mon
day, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Dr. F. L. Van Sickle attended tho
opera, "The Chimes of Normandy," at
Scranton last evening.
The business men of this place will
play a game of buse ball this afternoon
with the Browns.
Miss Ida White, of Carbondale, is
the guest of Mis May Mahon.
Miss Stella Edwards, the yonngpst
daughter of Mrs. Ann Edwards, died
at hor home in Pricebnrg yesterday af
ternoon after a lingering Hums of
heart rtisease. Deceased was of a bright
and lovable disposition and leaves many
friends to mourn her loss in this place
where she has lived up to the List two
years. She was the daughter of the
late John C. Edwards, who was one of
the oldest residents of Oiyphant. She
will be buried tomorrow ufternoon in'
Professor J. L. Richards, of Chicago,
111., is . visiting his sister, Mrs. T D.
Mr. Wilcott, father of George and
Nort Nort Wilcott, had a stroke of
paralysis in Elmira and is not expeoted
Mrs. John Tylor and Floreo Swart z
arc visiting friends in New Yo.-k city.
Mrs. Gearge Hatfield, who has bsen
visiting friends in Scranton, has re
Mr". Samuel Daniels and son, Frank,
are visiting friends in town.
The pay car will visit this place on
Saturday morning to pay the ctmployi b
of the DeUwaro, Lackawanna and
Louis Wilmnt has the foundation
laid for a now hons on Fourth street.
Postmaster James Butler, of Moosio.
was in town yesterday.
Z D El wards, of Blakoly, was a
culler in cur go ahead town yesterday.
Jennie Daniels, of Hyde Park, visited
Lizzie Daniels yesterday.
The Eleotrics are keeping np their
winning streak. They won another
came jestui ay nfurnoon from the
Dashers, the crack team of Old Forge.
Our "home pets" slugged the ball hard
and floldod in tine form.
Webor'H rink was crowded last night
on the occasion of the production of
the "Confederate Spy" bv the Taylor
Y'lnng Men's Dm malic company. The
mem tiers enacted their parts well. TUe
play will again be given tonight. Pro
ceeds are for Price Library association.
The essential luug healing principle of
tho nine tree lies llliully beon successfully
separated and refined into n perfect cough
medicine, jjr. Wooe s Norway rum Syrup.
Hold by all dealers on a guarauteo of satltt
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
One of the prettiest of June cere
monies took place here yesterday morn
ing when Miss Maggie Duffy and John
F. Poland, two well known nnd es
teemed younir people, were wedded.
St. Thomas' church, 'whore the mar
riage was performed, was comfortably
filled when tne strains of Mendelssohn's
wedding march heralded the approach
of tho bridal party. As "they cams to
the altar rail they were met by Rbt.T,
J. Comerford, pastor of tho church,
and tho simple yet solemn words wore
spoken which united tho yonng aonpl
in matrimony. Tho bride Waa attonded
by her sister, Miss Marie Duffy, while
a brother of the groom, Mr.
P. J. Boland, served as (jroomsman.
The bride and her maid were very
beautifully dressed. The bride wore a
bi coming dress of cream silk, trimmed
with luce and ribbon to match. Her
hat Was of white lace, with silk crum
pled crepe and fliweTTs. She wore a
beautiful boiujnot of white roses and
carried a white plush prayer book.
Tho bridesmaid wore pink silk,
tritiimod with lace and ribbon, and a
white leghorn hat trimmed with ribbon
and iiinlt crop?. She carried a bouquet
of pink flowers. The groom and his
attendant wore the customary black.
After the C'.rvmony a nuptial mass was
celebrated by Father Comorford, and
as the bridal party walked down the
aisle Miss Mamie Foote gracefully
played a wedding mnrch.
A recoption was held at the homo of
the bride's parents, Mr. aud Mrs. John
Duffy, of Cemetery streot, nnd many
friends called to congratulate the
young couple. Breakfast was served
for their Immediate relations. At its
conclusion Mr. nnd Mrs. Boland left
on a wedding tonr which will include
n visit to Heading, Philadelphia and
Mr. nnd Mrs. Boland were employed
in Jones, Simpson & Co. 's store fcrr sev
eral years, aud botn possoss an exten
sive circle of a rjuaiutances. All who
know them will hop1) that their wedded
life will be one of continued prosperity,
wherein grief shall be a stranger and
merriment a friend.
Manager W. II. Blake, of J m s
Simpson & Co.'s store, is in New York
A driv r boy named Diniol Hillidny,
employed at No. 5 mine of the Dela
ware and Hudson company, was se
verely hurt on We lueiday night, a
mine car having run over his left leg.
He was sitting on the front of the car
when a trace caught In on,? of tho
latches and he was thrown forward.
Before ho could get out of the way of
the car it passed over the ll;shy part
of the leg and injured him very s--verely.
He was carried to the home of
Conrad Vernon, with whom he stopped.
The funeral of the late William
Swift, of Hill street, Will take place to
morrow morning a rtquiom ma's will
be sung in St. Thomas' ciiuroh at Id
o'clock. Interment will be in thu
The Scranton Traction company had
n gang of men at worK on their Peck
ville lino yesterday, extending it as far
as the boundary between that bomugh
and Archbald. It is already nearly
completed. The Carbondale company
is working toward the Peckville line
md it is very probable that tho track
will bo in operation within a few days.
I) UN MORE.
Following is the nrogrnmrao of tho
Indian tableaux to be presented at the
Odd Fellows' ball this evening: Part
first 1, Pocahontas Saving the Life of
Captain John Smith; 2, Canonical'
Messige to Governor Bradford ; 4, The
Governor's Answer; 4. Penn's Treaty
with the Indians; 5, Squaws Recrea
tion; 0, Tho First Trophy; 7 and 8,
Perils of Early Settlers; !), Evangeline.
Part pecond consists of eleven scenes
from Longfellow's "Hiawatha," and
will close with a grand final. Several
vocal and instrumental nnmbers will
bo introduced, making a bright, enjoy
able ontertiinm int. It will b irivin
under the auspices of the Young Li
dies' Mission Circle, who have prepared
elaborately for its production. Admis
sion 20 cents.
Mrs. Thomas Borthwick, of Avoca,
spoot yesterday with friends in town
The funeral of Hugh Donnolly, who
was the victim of To -s lay's Btorm, oc
curred yesterday nfternoon from the
Methodist Episcopal church. It was
largely attended, showing the high es
teem in which tho deceived was held.
Interment was made iu Danmore cem
The Pennsylvania Coal company com
menced working their collieries on full
An eighth-mile race track is boing
built at Laurel Hill park.
Euclilnn'a Arnloa Salva.
The test bhIvo in the world for Cut
Cruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
CornB nnd nil Skin Eruptions, mid posi
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
ii- guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price Si5 tents per
box. Far sale by .Matthews liroa.
Yestorday nfternoon about 2.30
o'clock occurred a blaid In Florist
Wade's salesroom on Washington
streot. Tho fire was soon eztinguisbed
and slight damage was done.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Nanghton, of
Watertowu, N. Y., are guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Harvey, of
Janits, an infant son of Mr. and
Mrs Andrew Thompson, died Wednes
day evening The remains will be in
terred in M'nplewood remetery today,
MiBS Flora Allen, of Forest City, was
a caller in this place Inst evsniug.
By Sunday next the electric street
railroad which runs from Scrauton to
Peckville and the Carbondale Traction
company's road will tie connected, thus
making au electric lias from Carbon
dale to Scranton.
The second opon air conoert bv the
Columbus ban I was held last evening
in the vicinity of the mnnielpal build
ing. The following programme waa
rendered: Italy People's Alarcu, Tur
taglia; medley overture. "Ten Min
utes Minstrels,'" Bowmn; variation
for cornet from "Trovalore," arranged
by Tartaglia; graud selection from
'Traviata,'' Verdi; selection from
"Lucia," Donizetti; Telegram Galop,
arranged by Tartagiia.
Mrs. Frank Brennan.of South Church
streot. is on a visit with jjlier sister in
On Monday evening, June 18, the
Carbondale Athletic S cial iclub will
bold a bill in the Du id ,ff rink.
City Treasurer Gr.iiner, Wednesday,
called in five street improvement
bonds in tho sum of $500 snob. They
wereUsasd to pay fur ih Main str.ot
navem"iit. During tho past month
over 1,700 has been paid into th city
treasury from the city solicitor's de
partment. On Wednesday next In the afternoon
will occur the marriage of Miss Eileu
Snrdival, of Pike struet and Martin
Dolphin, of Arcllbald; The ceremony
will be performed in St. Rose church.'
The High School Alumni association
will hold a special meeting in the cen
tral high school building on Saturday
evening to elect ufficelS for the coming
John Law, of Pittston.was a Carbon
dale visitor yesterday.
Miss Alice Bridget! has returned to
' or homo in this city from the New
York Conserv itlve of Minic.
Dr. Gillas, of Park Place, is on a
uusiuess trip to Philadelphia.
Mrs. D P. Lappeus and daughter,
Miss Addie Lappehs, returned yejter
dby from Philadelphia where tbs 1 li
ter graduate 1 with honors from a mis
Postmaster Cunningliara, jr., was
smiling upon Carboudale friend, yes
terday. T. J, Maxey is tho p issussot of a nw
Miss lone Tyler attended the Wliit-ney-Masten
wedding in Smqujiiauna
D. D. Dwyer, of Carbondale, spjnt
yestorday in this place.
Mis. George Maxey, of Olyplnint, is
the guest of her th rod sons iu this bor
ough. Oliver Coyle, Dr. Knnnp and E F.
Aldrlob made a very good catch of
fish at Crystal L ike, Wednesday. The
three geniloiueu succeeded in capturing
tbirty-nins pounds of black b.nj and
pickerel in two uours time.
Today B. P. Maxey leayos for the
Mansfiild State Normal school to at
tend the cotnmonc'in-nt exercises of
that Institution, from which be gradu
ate d last your.
Pay-day was fittinjrly observed yes
terday. Myron Woodmansse has his band
some new noma ou Djlaware street
About 7.30 o'clock last evening a
run away occurred. Bdrt Blakesleo was
driving his spirited horse up Alain
street una Bert Trim was coming down
the stre.it on Liu bicycle, Tne horse
became frightened at the bicycle, und
uoin uicycie riuer and uorse oaiue in
contact, tho result being u bicycle quite
badly injured. Air. Trim escaping with
but a snht injury. The horss con
tinued its run up Main street to the
corner of Duud.iff street, when it
turned and was caught, alter having
gone very nearly to the school bousu
Mr. Blukobloe an i Fred Divine, who
were iu tho carriage at the beginning
nf the runaw iy, made a flying leap
from the carriage aud were uninjured.
Pntf. W. G. Trim has bjon re-elected
principal of tne Forest City graded
tchool for next year.
The Forest City Board of Tndo wi 1
meet tonight (Friday). Allenterprisiug
citizens ate r.qnosted to be present.
Mr David Tin.!)) m hviiw l,..l wr.i..n
- . n n
this plaOs and Crystal Like, in Clifford
township, was so severely burned, on
Monday evening, tint sue died yester
day mornlug. While Mrs. Thorn ss was
sitting by thu lump reading aha heard
. , I , 1 1 .
me nowi i ra. a auu turning aronuu saw
the oil escaping. Of course she natur
ally lcisd tuu lamp to pitch it out ol
the house, when it exploded and the
bnmlug oil was thrown over her per
son, setting her doilies ou fire. Her
husband, who had retired, heard her
screams and rushed to her ssidHtance,
to find her enveloped in lliuios. He
suooeeded In to. .ring thu clothes from
her body, but not until she was terri
bly bnrned about the arms, stomach
aud breast It la thought she also in
haled the II im. Air Taomis w.ts se
verely burned about the hands and
leet. Dr. Fike, of DuudulT, attended
the unfortunate woman ami k pt her
nudr the 1 fleet of opiates to ndieve
her intense pain, but it was impoaslH
to save her life. .Mrs. Thomas' is the
mother of Ez.-a Thomas aud Au
Richard Jones, of V .uiling. Funeral
services will bo held Saturday, at the
late residence, and Interment will tie at
Hyde Park, Scrauton Forest City
The Sunday sciiod clas9 of J. C.
Turner challenge the clues of William
Bell to combat with bat und ball al
Farview on the morning of July 18
thedav of the M.tbodlst Episcopal ex
cursiou. Answer through THlTRIBUNK.
The social of Court Lilly of the Val
ley, Order of Forrestem WhlOh takes
place Friday evening, is not private,
as some suppose. All are invited R -member
the place Gilmoro's ball.
This evening the mem tiers of St
Aloysius society wili tender a ootnptl
mentary social to the young ladies wuo
assisted in making the fair ncently
held so great a Buccc'ka,
W. A. Bunting, ot Scrnnton, was a
caller in towu yesterday.
O. S. Carey '& Co , who will give
their first performance on Tuesday,
June lo, aro organizing a line compa
ny, They bo from here to Forest City
Rev, M, E. Lytiett was a Scranton
During this sumrnsr M. A. Hoffeker
will erect a dwelling on Cemetery
street, above A. Mosher's residence.
This slrvot is building up very fast.
The committee appointed to secure a
lits for the factory could not do better
than to select the vacaut lot) near
Charles Puckey's residenci ou Second
street. They are iu good shape for any
When rtahy was sick, wn pave her Catforte.
When she was a Child, sho cried for Costorla.
When sho became Miss, she clunic to Cnstorla,
When she had Children, she gavvthuu Uiutorl
The marri ig of Mis Bl mehe Bum
Mr, daughter f Rjv, .... .Mrs. J. B.
Sumnor. of I i titon, o JThotnas A.
Croislsy, of Forest City, is anuonn'oed
to take plaoe Wednesday. June 67, at
1.80 p. m. at the I omo of the brfue's
parents. Mr. Crossley and Mijs Sum
ner were both form rly of Honesdale.
Dwignt Doiflluger is homj from
Marvin Wilbur and wife, of Ticon
derago, pid a visit to Honesdale Wed
nesday and Thursday.
B. M. Wilcox died at his home hero
Thursday morning, aged 73 years. Mr.
Wilcox has been a resident of Wayne
comity for many years. The fnneral
will he held from his Into homo on
Alain street at 11.80 o'clock Saturday.
The Lioderkrauz pisnlcsd at Bellevus
park Thursday. Carnages Were run
ning nil the afternoon. A large crowd
Trotting at tho fair ground July 4
and S, Purses for both days amount to
Foil earache, toothache, soro throat,
swelled neck and the lemilts of colds and
Inflammation, use Dr. Thomas' Eclectric
Oil the great pain destroyer,
One Point of Unoortalnty.
J if abnry Timet
"All men aro bom free and equal and
are nnlowad with Certain iualiouable
rights," but just what they aro no fellow
seems able tu llud out.
Aibitratlo i Mus. Coma.
No set of men have any moral right to
plunge the country Into distress over their
private quarrels. The stato 6Uould inter
vene. One Natural Oont.QienOS,
Congress blames tii" nrtmln1t"at n fin 1
the administration blames con-rsa. u
the meiiutiuio the it p onctua i arry ue
KYPHOSIS n.e u.,b a i;UM
If this hnmp.baclced style of riding
Is to always hold its sway,
Belter llfty years of walking
Than a cycle nf today.
Mr. Frederick Seller
St. Peters, Psnn.
Like a Young Man
Although 71 Years Old
Rheumatism Curocl and Strcngt
Civcn by Hood's.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
' I have taken three bottles of Hood's Srirsa-
parllla and ma now using tiiu fourth, i ear
truly say It has made a new RUUI ol ns at my ad
vailOed age of 71. 1 have suffered with rbSUBU
Ustn for many years. For ten years there hSl
iaieu a swelling In lay sides and also under mj
n. e j tints. It was so severe I could not stno
town without PSln. Nothing gave me relief mi
ni after 1 OOnifflenoed to take ll.iod's Sarsa
lartlU. I have continued to Improve steadily
..I Uie pain his left my sides and knees, SO-
ibllng ns to stoop to the ground with ease. I
Un working like a young man, thanks to Hood's
fttrsapariUa. I cannot praise it enough In re
turn for the good It has done fur me, hot alone
for rheumatism, hut also for kidney trouble."
KnsnJtBicK Bbllbrs, st. Peters, I'enn.
Hood's Pills cure Constipation by restor
ing the peristaltic action of Uic aUnentST canal
E. Robinson's Sons'
Manufacturers of tho Celebrated
100,000 Bbli Per Annum,
MINING, BLASTING AND SPORTING
Manufiictui-rd at tho WapwtlloAsn Mllla Lu
leiue county Ph., and ut WU
HENRY BELIN, Jr
General ARent for the Wyoming District,
lit Wyoming Ave.. Scranton Pa.
Ihlid National Bunk Duildln
TllOR. FORD. Pittatnn, Pa.
JOHN B SJIITH & HON; Plymouth. Ts.
J!. W. MULLIGAN, Wllkes-Harre. Pa.
Agents for the llopauno Chomioal Com
pany's Hltfh LxiilosiveH.
I ni Alth kaijiaii mniiBiieDtlrourtxl I
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nTe iriei. mo leu t.ce rn.h . lii:iii-up.i irom
ud amirjfii, our Maado Remedy win I
pfilllvaly euro. f'UOK HKnKDT eu.. I hlrM n. in.
is necessary for good health
To insure these you need a
preparation of the juices of lean,
raw meat, carefully selected-,
containing all the elements for
making new, pure blood, and
giving perfect nutrition to all
the organs of the body.
That is what
is It is endorsed by 2,000
physicians as the most perfect
condensed food known.
For sale hy all druggists.
tiif, Bovnmrs co., nf,w york.
$2,000 IN DIAMONDS
Exhibitions in FAflOY
and TRICK RIDING hy
10 Sharp, Short and Exciting
All the Flyers coming.
Parade of Wheelmen in the
MINING and BLASTING
Made at tho MOOSIC nnd EUbJi
Lufllin & Band Powder Co.'s
ORANGE GUN P0WDEB
Electrlo f5tterle Fueo' r0r explol
ing blants Batety Fuso aud
ftepaunoCheraical Co.'s High Explosives
rvtof thn host uunlltv fjr flomeatic nniMind
tit nil plzin. delivored in uuy part of the clt)
at Ir.woHt prloe.
Ordorii loft ut ray office,
t0. 118, WYOMING AVENTTFi,
Roar room, first floor, Thir l Nntlonnl nank,
or urnt by mnll or tolnpbone to the mlna, will
rcceivn prompt attention.
HpeeiM contrartn wUl bo mrule for tbe ul
aud Uvlivory of lluckwbout CoaL
WM. T. SMITH.
PKXTER HOB CO., Inc'p.rapllol, 1 ,000,000.
BSST tt.50 SHOE IN TUB WORLD.
UA dollar inefd it a dollar carntd,"
ThUIsBdlot' 'MtJi.il ri- i-.ik: i.iKi.li;uf.
ton ltoot delivered free any w!i?ro in the U.S., on
rowlntot twiii, Money i refer,
or roAtiil Note for $1.50.
Urania every wny tho booU
hoiii in nil retail Mores lor
O'i.60. Vo reako tnli boot
ournolve, therefore vt guar
mitfA tho fit. itUtM and wear.
nnd If nny ono In not Rtiilifled
wo will rcrnna tno niney
loo or i ntn in on
width. C, D. ft KK.
Izc. l to 8 mm Hull
will At yon.
Dexter Shoe ColSf
S fEnTH0L INHALER
-I Jlr 'ZM. iNitAun win euro you. A
a J ttm w jftM wonderful boon to anftererc
w aw v wimmi'ii di.aaraTHriiut.
s Intlurnrn. Bronchitis.
orUAl FEVJEK. Afnnit
ri.miiil mmivmIm, t.i rnrrr
in poefcot. ready to n on flmt Imltcailon of eolif.
'ontlnnrd Uae EfTect. S'crmnnent llirc.
BanaraoUMIRiarSntoed or money refunded. Prlct
TrUil fn-e nt Druinilnti. Keiilstcred until.
a. II. CUoHBitl, Mtr., Three Kiven, aiio., u. i. L
MrNTUfll , h" mirest and ..fest remedy for
Itit-ia I nyl. Hi,klnillieaiie.iKeitfm.. Itch.Hnlt
RheunMild Sore., Hum., Cum. wonderftil rem
rdy for PI LKN. Price, S5 ota. ut leu.-- pal r.j
llt or liy iimll arSpajd. AtldrewH an nliove. PH.. Iff
For .ale bjr Mttttliewa llrua. and John
i The Original Raw Food ij
ssa i?to w
400-402 LACKAWANNA AVE.
THIS WEEK ONLY.
Every lady whose purchase
amounts to 5 wil be pre
sented with a pair of 5 or 7
hook Kid Gloves, worth $l
Remember, The Fair
THE LEADERS IN LOW PRICES,
KERR 4 S6EBEGKER
SOME GREAT FEATURES
Sincrle Portieres in dadoes
and plain centres; all new,
$1.37, $1.75, $2 and 2,50 each
Odd pairs in Irish Point,
Tambour and Ncrttinofhara
at prices that will suit you.
Lace Curtain Stretchers
$1.50, $2 and $3 each.
Piilow Sham Holders
75 cents each.
406 AND 408 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Will be offered this week at
TEN PER CENT. REpUC
TION. After making your pur
chase, we will give TEN PER
CENT, of your purchase back,
Then, remember our Porch and
Lawn Rockers and Settees,
China, Japanese and Linen
Warp Mattings. Also, Re
frigerators and Ice Chests.
An Onyx Finished
chiiHi's or over.
A 100-pieca Diuoor
We are selling Linoleum
at the price of oil cloth. It
will wear twice as long.
500 odd Window 15 .
Shades, worth 30,35 I 20fi
and 40 cents, all on J oacjj
spring rollers, j
4-4, 6-4, 8-4, 10-4 Chenille
Covers at greatly reduced
Dotted Swiss, Muslins
and Tambour Sash Goods
Silkoline, 10, 12 and 15c.
yd.; fringe to match.
Clock with $50 pnr-
Pet with $75 pnrohssee