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TIIE SCBAXTON TRIBUNE MOXDAY MORNING, JANTJARX 28, 1893. ,
HOUSEHOLD AND FAMILY
TABLE .'. LINENS
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Table Linens, Napkins, Doilies,
Towels, etc. When we say Linen
ve do not mean tlie cheap imita
tion of Linen, or some other im
position upon Linen, hut we mean
that urticles bought in this depart
ment from us is a guarantee for
wear, quality, variety and gen
uiuencss. We will prove this department a
bonanza for the housewife.
58-inch Table Linens 25c, 20s
56-inch Table Linens 30c, 25c
SS-inch Table Linens 35c. 30c
inch Table Linens 45c,
60-inch Table Linens GSc.,
GO-inoii Tabie Linens 65c,
64-inch Tabia Linens 75c,
6 6-inch Table. Linens SOc,
Weru N ov
55-incii C'cacliJil Tab e Dimisks, 45c, 35c
GO lucfi bloacLod Tibia Damasis, 50:., 39c
C2-inc!i Bleached lablo Damasks, 55c, 45c
CMnco Bleaclud Tibia Panusk;, 75c, 59s
Ci-iacu BleacScd 'labia Damasks, 85c, 65c
C6-inc!i Bleached Table Damasks, 95c , 79c
72-!ncb Bieaclr.d Table Damasks, 51.00, 85c
80c duality, new $ .75
$1.35 Quality, new 1.19
2.50 Quality, now 1.98
rt in i irvuffiS
w w i mm 'ssw
At U i i., 150., 17c Joe. and 25c,
All at uiic-lliinl less than former
i ices. SjK'i ial Saie of Ladies'
31 usIlii Imlerwonr Will Be
GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT.
DR, -:- REEVES,
412 Spruce Street, Scranton.
Dr. UffvcH h.1.1 hin Ions and varied c.v
ticrlcnie In lio.adl.il ami private uracttco
mill tnal nil acute anil chronic diseases
or men, women nnd children.
CORSULTATiOi. AND ESARinATIOH FREE.
lie, wtih Ida assistants, treat nil dis
eases ..I' In? nervous syrdem. diseases of
ll:e eye, car, nose and throat, dyspepsia,
r.ieuiiMt liiin, Unit vitality, piemuuiro
veirkiH'sn or decay !n hoth sexes, nervous
ciibillty, catarrh, tumors, cancers, ertip-
lions, i.HKin-poiMinnis,'. ms, epilnpsiy. In
discretion mid errors of youth, lost man
hood, eczema, scrofula, St. Vuis' dance
HHininn, inseases or tne Heart, lunss,
ivcr, moneys uiuiiucr, sioiaucn, etc.
Young .Men Positively Cured.
Offer to the Public for Catarrh.
Any ono nuffi riinr with Catarrh who
Vtsnes to tie permanently, quickly and
cheaply cured may receive three months'
treatment for only t'lVK 1M U.I,A US. The
ductur has discovered a specific for this
dreaded disease. You can treat and euro
yourself and family with It al homo. It
Hover falls to cure. A trial treatment
UKFIPK IinrnS-Dallv, 9 n. m. to 9 p.
m.; Sundays, l'j to 12 and 2 to 4.
At This Season
W'c invite jour special attention
to our magnificent display of
We will Rive you hill benefit of the
recent decline in tlid price of Carpets.
Price is always a great object, anil in
this matter we are not only determined
to hold our ow n hut to outdo all com
petitors. Come and sec us.
419 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Many Apples Hurled.
Hundreds of barrels of npples and pota
toes arc burled under the snow In towns
around' Nashua, N. I. The snow came
so early, nnd having remained, will cnuso
considerable loss to many belated
fanners. Ono farmer In Hudson has lMi
bimheN of l'olntce' yet In the ground.
My physician said I could not live, my
liver out -of order, frequently vomited
greenish mucous, skin yellow, small dry
humors on face," stomach would not re
tain food. Hurdock Blood Hitters cured
(tie. Mrs. Adelaide O'Brlun, 372 Bxchun'e
Bt Buffalo, N. Y.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
NEWS OF THIS VICINITY
TUN KUAN NOCK.
J. II. With row started for North Caro
lina the latter part of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Thaniel Wlntermute
have returned from Carbondale.
The marriage of Charles Uerlinffhof
to a JJoston young lady last October
has just leaked out sufficiently to be
detecited at this distance. Charlie Is a
competent stenographer In a business
cifllce in Boston, but was born and
brought up here. A rich old uncle who
is likely to make the bride his heir docs
not detract any from the interest his
friends here take in the case.
The Farmers' Stock company which
purposes ito bore lor ull at i.arpemer
Hollow is applying for a charter In
West Virginia. The charter fees down
there are not so high as .here, and they
can be Incorporated much more cheaply.
They can operate in this state by pay
ing a nominal fee.
The congressional conferrees for the
Fifteenth district will meet in this place
on Wednesday netft to nominate a man
to fill both the long and short terms In
congress which would nave been lllleu
by M. K. Wright had he lived. Kach
county in the district has a man to pre
sent, and a stubborn light is anticipated.
Knouy.li tickets! have been pledged 'to
warrant making the arrangements for
the University Kxtension lecture, and
the ttrst address will be made by Homer
B. Sprague at the court house on the
evening of Feb. 6. A house to house
canvass will be made and it is hoped
thait many more tickets will be sold.
The proceeds, if there be any after pay
ing the expenses, will go into a fund for
defraying the expenses of future lec
The storm of rain and slush here on
Saturday morning was snow back on
the mountains, and the Montrose rail
way crow struggled with snowdrifts all
A traveling peanut vender set up his
roaster on the sidewalk in front of Far-
go's newsstand Saturday and did tjuite
a trallie with passers by.
Mrs. D. C. Oearhart has been quite
seriously ill for some time.
A small amount of stock lias been
taken here in the proposed telephone
line to connect this place and Montrose,
but people are a little loath to invest in
an enterprise that advertises Montrose
only. "The Montrose Telephone com
pany" is all riK'nt as a. local organiza
tion, but when it stretches out to reach
Tunkhunnoek, and our capitalists are
Invited to assist, they feel that it is no
more than fair that Tunkhannock be
acknowledged in the title. The "Mont
rose railway" gives no intimation to
the world that the road goes anywhere
only around the City on the Hill.
Mrs. John Bell Is In very poor health.
The county auditors, who adjourned
on account of court, will .meet again
Tuesday to complete their work.
Late matrimonial candidates are:
Willie D. Burgess and Nora E. Ward,
of North Branch township; Leonard
Heller and Catharine Everett, of Mon
roe county, I'a.
The Democrats of Tunkhannock
township met Saturday and nominated
the following ticket: Assessor, G. W.
Ferris; judge of election, K. S. London;
Inspector, C. 1). Shupp; school directors,
S. A. Shupp, David Michaels; constable,
William Kills; poor master, C. T. Lane;
auditor, J. D. lnman; justice of the
peace, W. M. Stark; town clerk, Wal
lace Jennings; treasurer, Jacob Wilsey.
The yearly accounts of the prothono
tary and register were audited by J.
Wood I'latt Su'tunlay.
The Scranton Tribune list Is growing
under the elTorts of Frank Vangorder,
who is pushing the cireulation here.
The Tribune stands in the front rank of
inland city dallies, and is worthy of a
place In every home.
K. J. Jorden, Republican candidate
for congress from Wyoming county, and
wife called on a number of friends In
Miss Lena Jungfogel was united In
marriage to Otto Bust, of New York, ut
the home of William Oilseko Saturday
artevnoon. Hew William Schmidt per
formed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs.
Rust left on the Erie for New York,
having the best wishes of their many
Hew John N. Lewis has about com
pleted .his order for services during
Lent. One of the principal features
will be nn address by an out-of-town
clergyman every Friday night. A dif
ferent clergyman will have the service
each Friday. On Wednesday nights o
boy choir will lead the singing.
A very successful oyster supper was
given at the city hall by members of the
Oerman Lutheran church on Saturday
Mrs. J. D. Weston left for Chicago
last week, where she.wus met by her
husband. They will cpoiid a short time
In the western metropolis.
Fire broke out In the residence of F.
AT r... 1 . ...
m. .wuiiubiiuii rriuay night, but was
extinguished before much damage was
done. The fire company responded
promptly, but were not needed. The
alarm was sounded about 7 o'clock and
brought out a large crowd.
Khouimuisiu Cured in a Day.
"Mystlo Cure" for Rhoumatlsm and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 dnva
Its action upon the system Is remnrkable
and mysterious. It removes at once tho
cause and tho disease Immediately disap
pears. The llrst dose greatly benents, 75
cents. Sold by C. M. Harris, 125 Penn ave
nue and carl liorenz, druggists, Scranton.
Miss Anna Eagan, of Ithaca, N. T.
who has been visiting the family of
James WalHh for the past three weeks,
returned home Saturday.
Miss Katie Cunningham, of Plttston,
called on friends and nttended the
masquerade Frldny evening.
John Toole captured the prize for the
most original costume at the masque
rado ball Friday evening. He appeared
as a Japanese soldier.
Squire Gllboy called on friends in
Miss Katie Bolan, of South Scranton,
visited friends here Saturday. .
The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Wyi-
lam Hogan was burned to death Thurs
day morning. Mrs. Rogan left the
house for a short time to visit n neigh
bor, having ths child nfl.ep. Ditrlnj
her absence the little one awoke and
crawled near the stove, where Its
clothing was Ignited. The child was
burned so badly that it died l)i a short
Mr. nd Mrs. George Kellow nnd
little daughter. Lulu, returned home
Friday evening from a week's visit
with relatives In llonesdale.
The re-organizatiuii of the board of
hospital trustees for the coining year
was held on Friday evening. It re
sulted in the re-election of all the old
otliccrs as follows: President, William
Walker; secretary, M. F. Norton; treas
urer, James Stott.
Mrs. Fierce Butler has issued cards
for an ."at home" at her residence, M
Canaan street, on Wednesday after
noon. Tea will be served at G o'clock.
This evening (Monday) a "cobweb"
social will be given at the home of Miss
Grace Smith on Garlicld avenue. All
the friends of Trinity Guild are invited
On Friday evening, Jan. 23, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles W. Lnmcreuux were mar
ried twenty years aim they made the
occasion one which will not be forgot
ten In many a day. They were married
by Hew W. B. Grow In the home where
they now reside and where they have
lived continuously since that time.
Among their guests on the occasion of
celebration on Friday evening was
Mrs. Charles A. Munn, who was brides
maid at the wedding twenty years ago.
She was then Jennie Kelly. Those who
attended the eventful affair were Mr
and Mrs. H. B. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Kd
ward Morgan, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. S. Lews
ley, Mr. and Mrs. George Kellow, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Colwell, Mr. and Mrs.
I'. Storch, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Varcoe,
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Keglar, Sir. and
Mrs. George Keglar, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Charles A. Munn, Mr. and Mrs. John
Finch, Mr. and Mrs. Miller, Mr. and
Mrs. Kmory Rolls, Mr. and Mrs. George
Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Vail, Mrs.
Isaac Newton, Mrs. Lewis Correll, Miss
Carrie Geary, Miss Florence Colwell
and Miss Lulu Kellow.
. A sleighride party which left this
city Friday evening for Waymart were
unable to return as expected on tie
count of the severe storm which start -d
after their departure. They did not ar
rive in Carbondale uivtll abolitlO o'clock
A party of Knights of Tythias and
their friends lenjoyed a sleighride to
Green Ridge on Saturday evening.
Misses Minnie Mohrs and Mame
Waterfield spent Sunday with friends
Th Adonis Dramatic society are
making iinal preparations for the pro
duction of the great Irish drama, "The
Irish Statesman," on Thursday evening,
Feb. 7. The play was written by Car
roll Johnson, the distinguished actor.
Grand and elaborate scenery has been
secured for the occasion, which includes
lakes of Killarney by moonlight, the
steerage deck of a steamer and Castle
Garden, Now York. The singing and
dancing will tie one of the pleasing fea
tures. Many other specialties will be
Introduced during the evening.
E. G. Lloyd has removed his jewelry
store to Scranton.
S. N. Callonder has returned frum
Now York city.
The Druckenmlller family, a party of
musicians, will appear in the Young
Men's Christian union hail this evening
under the auspices of that society.
The Opera House orchestra will hold
a grand ball on Friday evening, Feb. 22.
C. M. Putnam, of Deposit, N. Y., was
a visitor In town Saturday.
Mrs. Charles Lcwesley and son, Rob
ert, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D.
Berry, of Blakely.
At the Second ward caucus of the
Democrats the following nominations
were made by acclamation: For coun
cil, H. J. Gallagher; for school director,
P. F. Hannlck; for assessor, P. II. Mc
Cann; for constable, John J. Murray;
for judge of election, George Ferguson;
for inspector of election, George Proko
povits. M. W. Cummings, esq., was
chairman and P. H. Gibbons secretary
of the meeting.
Quinsy troubled me for twenty years.
Since I started using Dr. Thomas' F.i ler
trlc Oil, have not had un attack. The oil
cures sore throat nt once. Mrs. Letta
Conrad, Standlsli, Mich., Oct. 24, '83.
Miss Kittle Pike was in Binghamton
J. Ii. Johnson, who has been visiting
friends and relatives In Scranton, has
Mrs. E. Wllmot, of Elmira, N. Y.,
who has been visiting here, has re
Mrs. Da ito w, of Hlnghaaiton, spent
Friday at the residence of Albert Jones.
George Van Fleet and sons, Jesse and
Tyler, were In Scranton yesterday.
L. Fraudd visited friends in Elmira
Mrs. Theodore Hays Is visiting friends
and relativeS'ln Scranton.
Garret Hogant, or Scranton, was In
town a few minutes Saturduy.
Miss Fannie Slmmrell visited In the
Parlor City Saturday.
Mrs. George Travis, of Binghnmton,
Is visiting her friend, Mrs. Will Mayn-
ard, In this city,
It is rumored tliat Hallstead Is to
have a now grocery store In the near
The rhetorical exercises given by the
High School Literary union yesterday
atternoon were excellent.
Mrs. George Dewey, of Binghamton.
visited her sister, Airs. George Lamb, on
The Junior Young People's Society of
Christian KndeaiVor of the Presbyterian
church, in this place, now numbers
The fair of the Citizens'
been closed until Feb. 9.
At the Republican caucus of the vot
crs or the First ward Bavils Phil! lips
was nominated for council and Thomas
J-lcnw' yd fo.r school director
A i.ifiUnw for 'men or.fly was Jicld In
the Methodist church at 3.30 p. in. Sun
uuy. .ui:. e.rmce v eiser ual3 gave
a priotieal tain. The revival meetings
will be conliinued during this week.
There will be a caucus of the Ropub
I lean voters of the ScconiLl ward In En
terprise ihi!l Tin s lay evcnkig.
During is-" ate-nii Friday night part j
of the 'roof of Winter & Co.'s tore
was blown off.
Sleighing parties from both up and
down the valley find Jercnyn u. vtiry
convenient place ito etop for refresh
ments end recreation. Our hotels all
have large halls und can accommodate
Mrs. B. F. Hughes, of Carbondale,
spent Saturday with her mother, Mrs.
Patrick Bergan, of Main street.
The Republicans of this borough will
hold their caucus tonight in Edmunds'
Professor J. W. Klsling made a busi
ness trip to Scranton Saturday.
The work on P. H. Bergan's new
house is progressing rapidly.
The lire company of this place have
begun to clear the ground to make a
Patrick Burns announces himself
candidate for councilman at the coming
The following are the averages of the
pupils of room No, 2, F. S. McCarty
teacher: Mamie Lewis, 9"; Maggie
Gaughan, "jr.; Nellie ISoundy, 95; Mamie
Edmunds, H4; Susie Sheridan, 94; Eddie
McCarty, 94; Ceila Brady, 93; Mabel
Seymour, 9.1; Kate Walsh, 92; Daniel
Murray, 92; Laura L-ully, 90; Katie
Owens, 90; Mae Dunlavey, 90; Nellie
Seymour, 90; Eddie Mullin, 90; Julia
Donnelly, 89; Rose Quinn, 8S; Bridget
Fallen, 87; Ltllle Green, Kfl; Mamie
Durkln. 84; Charles Walker, 88; George
Edmunds, 81; Eddie Neary, 82; Maggie
Kilker, 811; Aggie. McCarty, 80; Julia
Mothcrs! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Mrs. Wlnslow'a Soothing Syrup ha
been used for over fifty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children while
teething, with perfect Buocess. It soothes
the child, Bofu.'iis tho rums, allays all
pain; cures wind colic, and Is the best
remedy for diarrhea. Bold by druggists
In every part of the world. Bo sure and
ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup,"
and take no other kind. Twenty-llvo cunts
MINGO K A.
Miss Anna Lnverlng, of Greenwood,
Was visiting in Duunioie yesterday.
Thomas Mullen, of Greenwood, Is
dangerously 111 and his recovery is very
The drama, "Among the Breakers,"
will be presented at Father Mathew
hall tonight under the nusplces of
O'Conncll council, Young Men's Insti
tute. The players comprise some of the
young folks of the place who have given
their time and attention to the pre
paration of themselves for a capable
presentation of the play, and it is said
by those who have seen the rehearsals
lately that a treat Is in store for all
Anthony Uurke will make a model
constable, If elected. He has the right
Ideas as to how the duties of that of
fice should be discharged.
SOME DAZZLING SALARIES.
Incredible Prices Which Opera Singers
The fabulous sums paid opera singers
Is one of the curious phases of theat
rical life. It is reported tills season
I that Tamagno, Jean Le Heszke and
! Mine. M"lba will receive, the Italian,
j $1,(100: the Pole, S1.&00, nnd the Austral-
Ian, $130 a night. With these enor
mous sums to the principals, the man
agement could not afford to pay extrav
agant remuneration to the lesser
Mme. Eames, whose last season was
somewhat dimmed by the brilliant urt
of Melba and the magnetic personality
of Calve, will have no Increase on the
salary of $CU0 paid to her during the
operatic year of 1S!):M. Sibyl Sander
son nnd Zelie De Lussan will, It Is
hinted, receive $2.ri0 and $200. Mme.
Nordica Is said to have been offered
$20,000 for the season, or at the rate of
$leo n night.
Ulna Hallo llosenyvant
Ulster, I'enn. i
Worst Case the
tors Ever Saw
Hood's Sarsaparilla Perfectly Cured
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. :
"Dear Hirs : I wish to testify to tho great
value of Hood's Sarsaparilla. For sonic time I
bad been troubled with scrofula, which early
last winter assumed a very bad funn.
Sores Appeared on My Face
and hands and gradiiully Increased in number
until they reached to my shoulder. The doctors
said it was the worst ease of scrofula they ever
saw nnd also wont so far ns to say It was In
curable. I tried olmiiicuu and other remedies
but to no avail. A friend recommended Hood's
Barsaparllla, and although I was completely dis
couraged, as n last chance I resolved to give It
trial. Aftertakliigoiielioltle 1 noticed the sores
had commence. I to IiohI. Alter the sixth buttle
They Were All Healed.
I continued to take It, however, until I had used
nine bottles, and now I am perfectly well."
Miss Katie Kosuniiium', Ulster, reiiu.
Hood's Pills nre prompt and efficient, yet
easy In action. Sold by all drugitlsts. 2So.
European PInn. First-class Bar at.
tached. Depot for Bergner & Knglo'l
Tnnnhaeusor Beer. '
5. E. Cor. 15th and Filbert Sts. , Phila.
Most desirable for residents of N. B,
Pennsylvania. All convenience foi
travelers to and from Broad Street
station and the Twelfth and Market
Street station. Desirable for visiting
ScrHiitonlaiiB and people in the Ao
T. J. VTCTORY,
Ilavo you Horn Throat. Plmoloa. Conner-Colored
Spots. Actios, (Mil Korea, Ulcera In Mouth, Hnlr-
Kalllnnf write Cook HVrnvdy rrf.. UOT Ma
sons r Tfmule,'hlfniro,l ll.,f or if nets of euros.
I'unUultUiUO.iMNt. I'utlenlscuria ulneyrHra
I Prostration )
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Editor St. Paul Pioneer Press.
"After a most thorough trial
and receiving the most grat-
ifvinf? results. I am elad to
testify in favor of
" By it I was brought up with
remarkable rapidity from a
long siege of nervous pros
j All Pbytlclam Xndort It.
I Dovlnlne Is an Ideal food an unequalled nutrient,
Is palatable to tho most delicate itomacn. mono ii
will tu&tiin strength for wecki. It makes new blood.
It contains the largest amount of nutrition la luo
smallest possible bulk.
.' For sale at all druggist.
THE BOVININE CO.. NEW YORK.
CALLS ATTENTION TO
From their Bankrupt Stock of the
Hyde Park Clothiug Store.
Our Great Bankrupt Sale is still In
force, making low prices beyond belief
on well-made Clothing aud Gents1
Boys' Cape Overcoats, sold
everywtiere for .uu; our
Boys' Double-breasted Suits
and Cape Overcoats, sold
everywhere for $2 60 and
$3, our price
Boys' Ulsters, sold every
where for Hvo, our price...
Men's Wool Suits and Over
coats, sold everywhere for
$8 and $9, our price
Men's All Wool Suits, also
Black and Blue OvcrcoatH,
sold everywhere for $12,
Men's Dre Pants, Muck and
fancy stripe, stylish pat
terns, sold everywhere for
$5, our price
Your choice of Men's All
Wool Camel's Hair and
Natural Wool or lied Med
icated Underwear, sold
everywhere for l,our price
230 Lackawanna Ave.
SIGN-OF THE BELL
WYOMING AVE., SCRANTON.
STEINWAY ft SON
KRANICH & BACK
STULTZ i BAUER
Also a large stock of lirst.clus9
WANTS i Cent a Word
Tho Original Raw Food
n i Trnn
fls- tions, Ladies' and
uoous,i iimnery, cioaKs, mrs, imams
Z, Wear, &c,
The steady increase of our business
compels us to enlarge and remodel the en
tire store for spring trade, and as the stock
will be in the way
WILL SELL UT !Y PRICE.
400 and 402 Lack Ave.,
. We commence today, and shall continue through
out this week, the sale of a complete assortment of
Irish Point and Tambour Lace Curtains, 3V2 aud 4
yards long, at one third off former prices.
A fine line of Brussels Points have also been put
in with this lot of Curtains, on which we have put
prices that will surely please you.
Suitable for hangings, in choice colorings, at $1.50
and $2.00 per yard; formerly $3.00 and $4.00 re
spectively. . ,
In a splendid line of
In all sizes and qualities, at moderate prices.
406 and 408
THERE'S A CERTAIN ATTRACTION ABOUT.
That attracts shrewd buyers, and always re
sults in highly satisfactory transactions.
NECESSARY TO TELL
Prices have been Chopped," "Slaughtered,"
'Butchered," "Razored," "Cut," Etc., Etc.
SUFFICE TO SAY
Prices of motive power have been used, and
success the result.
in All Departments.
i . .
$"AI1 our goods yours for the promise to pay.",
of Dry Goods, No-
colors, $1.50, worth $2.50 per
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