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THE ; SGItATON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 20, 1895
OUR STOCK OF.
Ladies' Capes, Suits
and Wraps for Spring
and Summer is Im
No such variety of
New and Stylish Gar
ments shown any
where in this city.
Capes from $2:98 to $25.00
Suits from $8.98 to $22.50
Lined throughout and
interlined with hair
cloth, a great advan
tage over ordinary lin
ing. Full Sweep and
$3.00. to $17.50. .
Regular prices have been
$5 to $25.
GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT.
DR. .'. REEVES,
41 2 Spruce Street, Scranton, Pa.
and Dlaeues of the Heart, Lungs, Kid
Beys, Liver, Womb, Stomach, Bladder,
Head, Fit and Epilepsy.
He with hie assistants' treat all dlseai.es
of the Eye, Nose, Ear and Throat, Dys
pepsia, Rheumatism, Lost Vitality, Nerv
ous Debility, Female Weakness and Irreg
ularities, Nightly Losses and Errors of
Youth, Lost Manhood, Vartocooele, Blood
Poisoning, Edema, Scrofula, St. Vitus
banr.e, Diabetes, Brlght'a Disease,
YOUNG MEN QUICKLY CURED.
THREE MONTHS' OFFER:
Any one suffering with Catarrh who
wishes to be permanently, quickly and
cheaply cured may receive three months'
treatment for only FIVE DOLLARS.
The doctor has discovered a specific for
this dreaded disease. You can treat and
cure yourself and family with it at home.
It never falls to cure. A trial treatment
OFFICE HOURS Dally, a. m. to t p.
m.: 8unday. 10 to 4.
Examine our new tine of Spring
Goods. All of the latest designs
and colorings, and our prices
lower than any other house in
the trade, for goods of the same
CURTAINS AND SHADES
, of everjj description and quality.
We are overstocked and will sell
at prices about one-half the reg
ular price, as we need the room.
J. Scott Inglis
,429 LACKAWANNA AVENUE. '
Where Tin Is Found.
More than half the world's supply of
tin Is mined In the Strait's settlement at
the tip of the Malay Peninsula. The out
put in 1X91 was 30,061 tons, .out of a total
of 66,561 tons; 12,100 totiB came from tho
Dutch East Indies, chiefly from the Is
land of Uanka, leaving only 8,384 tons for
i the rest of the world.
i Cool Men Not Dismayed. ."
Pittsburg coal men say they are not
afraid of the long-distance transmission
of electricity generated by water power,
as they can send a ton of coal by water a
Uumsand miles at a cost of 23 cisuts.
' Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report '
TALES , OF TWO P1TTSTDNS
News of Interest to Headers Up and
Down the Yullcy.
BARNEY KEICK Ml'KDEK CASE
Luck of Throo I'lshcrincn-Uiintlng
for Clews In the Wlndlsh Cuso.
Accident to Isaou Everett.
Other Nowh Notes.
Special to tho Scranton Tribune.
PlttBton, April 25. The Barney RtMt k
murder cusc will be brought before
court of duarter sessions next week.
District Attorney Fell hus arranged for
the trial of James Hendricks for Mon
day, to be followed by the trlul of John
Koblnttou, who stands charged with
Hendricks. Fisher and Kearney. 1. A.
O'Boyle 1ms been retained s counsel
for Hendricks, V. H. Ulllesple will
appear in' defence of Hoblnsun. Mr.
(Jlllesple is a young man of marked
ability, umt was recently admitted to
the bar of Luzerne county. .This Is the
first case of the kind In which Mr. Gil
lespie has been employed. Kearney
will be represented by 10. A. McGoveru,
and Fisher by John Shea. Attorney J.
L. Lunahan will conduct the case for
The wedding of George Mantle and
Miss Kttle Evans, daughter of Mr. ami
.Mr. Cornelius Evans, of Tompkins
rtreet, both well-known youiiK people,
ooeurred last evening; at the bride's
home. The ceremony was performed
at S o'clock by the Ilev. J. B. Sumner,
and It was witnessed by a company of
about eighty or ninety. Miss Florence
Denter attended the bride, and. the best
man was George Evans, brother of the
Looking for Wlndlsh.
Detective McSweeney, of the Harrlnjr
McSweeney detective agency, was yes
terday investigating the section in
which the Wlndlsh murder was com
mitted. He was endeavoring to work
out the clews that have been reported
of the mu:derer Wlndlsh still being In
Other Items of Interest.
The three kcal fishermen who were
on an extensive fishing1 expedition the
forepart of this week are still wearliiK
a crest-fallen countenance. After
tramping nearly thirty miles they re
turned, foot-sore and weary, with only
three small trout.
Mr. Thomas Loftus, city editor of the
Gazette, Is rejoicing over the arrival of
a baby girl at his home, No. 133 Broad
street. Thomas will have his hands
full now, as he receives his commlslon
as alderman . of the Seventh ward
Individual Are alarms are being put
In the houses of the active firemen,
who so desire. The new method Is be
ing arranged by Plummer W. A. Faust.
John foberts went to Carbondale
today to attend ithe funeral of an
Dr. H. L. McKown, resident phy
sician at the hospital, left today for
Tunkhannock, to attend the funeral of
his uncle, J. W. McKown, whose death
Mrs. William Wilson was taken sud
denly til this morning at her home on
South Main street with neuralgia of
the heart. Several physicians were
summoned, by whose skillful attend
ance she was soon much relieved.
John and James Touhlll assisted in a
musical entertainment at Scranton
John Barrett, of Binghamton, form
erly of this city, was taken sick yes
terday. He was removed to the hos
pital for treatment.
A young man named Isaac Everetta,
who has been working at the Laflln
breaker, and residing at Inkerman,
had the misfortune to injure his knee
seriously on Sunday last with a knife.
Attorney W. H. Gearhart, of Scran
ton, drove his fast mare Trlllyway to
West Plttston this morning,' and
showed our local horsemen some fine
work with his 2.2544 steed.
The .Luzerne County Fair associa
tion are Improving their grounds on
Wyoming avenue preparatory to the
June races. The grounds will be
opened for exhibits this season.
Mike Kocolentitz and Andrew Ia
brosky, mine laborers, were taken to
the hospital for treatment today.
Mike's leg had been crushed by a loaded
car at Babylon shaft,' Duryea, and Da
brosky had . received . Hlmllur Injuries
by a fall of rock at the Stevens mine.
Mothers! - Mothers ! ! Mother ! ! !
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teething,
with perfect success. It soothes the child,
softens the gums, allays all pain; cures
wind colic, and Is the best remedy for
diarrhea. Sold by druggists In every part
of the world. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup," and tako no
other kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle. .
Charles Little wears a crutch and a
cane, the legitimate result of getting off
his bicycle unexpectedly.
The peremptory "keep off the grass"
signs on the court house lawn have been
exchanged for neater and better ones, to
which the conciliatory request "plense"
has been prefixed.
Mrs. P. T. Knnpp and Mrs. C J.
Tteed went to Mill City yesterday after
noon to organise a local Women's
Christian .Temperance auxllltnry.
Shippers of potatoes are paying from
55 to 66 cents per bushel, and merchant
able apples are worth a round dollar.
H. F. Metcalf Is preparing to erect
for himself a handsome new residence
on Harrison stret. R.' M. Piatt has also
commenced Work on the foundation for
another tenement house on North Put
Ex-Postmaster Rhafer, of Plttston,
was In town yesterday.
The executive -committee of t the
County Women's Christian Temper
ance union met at Mrs. F. T. Knapp's
Wednesday and arranged a programme
for the county convention, to be held
at the Methodist Episcopal church at
Mehoopany on Wednesday, May 8.
Jerome Remington arrived from Flor
ida yerterday afternoon. ',
Mr. and Mrs. Lalng, of Belfast, N. Y.,
are visiting at G. H. Avery's.
The early closing movement Is again
being agitated, and In justice to the
clerks, as well as the proprietors of the
stores themselves, It Is to be hoped that
an acceemcnt wilt be brought about
and the stores closed at the end of the
working day say 6.30. Farmers and
all out-of-town people almost Invurl
ubly do their trading during the day,
getting home In time to do their eve
ning chores, and the trading that Is
done In the evening hardly pays for tho
lamplight, and could and would be done
In the daytime If the merchants were
accustomed to close at an early hour.
None of the merchants can be expected
to close, however, unless all do. The
majority of them will not shut up shop
for the sake of letting the few catch the
evening trade. ,
Mrs. Israel Graham, of Eaton, Is vis
iting at G. C. Miller's. ,
The Owego Record details the fare
well reception to Rev. J. F. Warner,
pastor of tho Methodist Kplscopal
church at that place, but who wus as
signed to Dorr Memorlul church,
WllkeH-HaiTo, by the recent conference,
In which Is suys the friends presented
Mrs. Warner with a gold watch, nd
Mr. Warner with a gold-heuded cane,
also a beautiful souvenir spoon from
the Epworth league. Resolutions ex
pressing their appreciation of the work
of the pastor und his wife were read,
ami In response to an Invitation to all
who desired to sign them to come for
ward and do bo, over three hundred
names were put down. The Tunkhan
nock friends of Mr. and Mrs. Warner
will concur heartily with the Owego
people In well wishes for them In their
Mrs. Campbell attended the funeral
of Ray Howard at Monroeton yester
day. Young Howard, who was a bar
ber by trade, and formerly worked In
the shop here for his uncle, William
Campbell, met his death by being In
jured In the railroad yard at Sayre. He
and some companions stole a ride to
Sayre on a coal train, and later he was
found lying un the track with his head
bruised and arm crushed. He died a
few hours afterward at the Sayre hos
pital, where he had been taken for
The Triton base ball team have leased
a field of Mrs. Margaret DeWItt, Just
north of town, and are preparing their
diamond. They have engagements to
play Keystone academy, Wyoming sem
inary and Mansfield Normal clubs.
John Donley has moved from Old
Forge to a house on Remington stret.
All those creeping, crawling, stinging
sensations that combine to make up the
tortures of any Itching disease of the
skin are instantly relieved and permanent
ly cured by Doan's Ointment. Take no
substitute, Doan's never falls.
Archbald continues to sustain Its
reputation as a kind of Gretna Green.
Three of our young men were married
on Wednesday, and next week we shall
have two more marriages. The mar
riage of Miss Mary Mullarkey to P. F.
McAndrew was performed at 3 o'clock
In the afternoon in St. Thomas' church.
The bride was attended by Miss Katie
McCann, of South Scranton, and the
groom by Andrew Maloney. The bride
wore a beautiful gown of cream cash
mere, with lace trimmings. The brides
maid's costume was of pink cashmere,
trimmed with lace. A bounteous sup
per was served at the home of the
bride's father, James Mullarkey, of
Sulem street, where an enjoyable time
was patsed by many of the friends of
the young couple.
On Wednesday afternoon, also, M. F.
Mahon, of Mount Vernon, was married
to Miss Nellie O'Neill, of Scranton, and
Mavtln J. Healey, also of Mount Ver
non, and Miss Annie Kelly, of Plttston,
wore married. All the wedded parties
are worthy young people. They will
all live here.
The sympathy of the many friends of
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sampson, of
Duryea, goes out to them on the sad
occasion which called from them their
youngest son, Francis Fuller Sampson,
whose burial took place here early In
the week. He was a bright Rnd Inter
esting child, the Joy of his fond parents,
and the delight of the household in
which he moved.. In this sad hour
their Is consolation for the sorrowing
friends In the knowledge that they
have the sympathy of every one over
the loss of their little one.
As an effect of the generosity of
Father Comerford, the Young Men's
LINrary club will soon have a club
house of Its own. At the lost meeting
of the club he submitted a proposition
which practlrally gives them this. It
Is Father Comerford's Intention to
move his present residence back to
Railroad street, and when his new rec
tory Is built the old one will be entirely
remodeled and fitted up with reading,
recei tlon, bath rooms, and library, and
It will be set apart for the use of tho
young men. The club was delighted
with Father Comerford's proamnion
and Immediately notified him of their
aceptance of lt Father Comerford has
always taken a friendly Interest In the
society and this latest generous act Is
simply one of many by which he has
endeared himself to the young men who
Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup seems
sent as a special providence to the little
folks. Pleasant to take, perfectly hnnn
less, and absolutely sure to give Instant re
lief In all cases of cojd or lung trouble.
Improvements are still being made
upon our campus.
Frank Depew was the delegate from
the Academy to the stato collegiate
Young Men's Christian association con
vention, held at Bucknell university
last week. Mr. Depew brings back
many timely suggestions and renewed
zeul for Young Men's Christian assocla
tlonwork. About ten students from the academy
will canvass for stereoscopic views this
vacation. The young men will adopt
this method to raise their school ex-
WEAK HEN WUR ATTENTION
' 18 OA I.I.ED TO TM
y"JJ nw Uroat English Remedy.
O 3 Gray's Specific Medicine
billty, Weaknras of Body and Mind, Sperma
torrhea, and luiuoUncy, and all diseases that
arine from overindulgence aid self-auuas. aa
Los of Memory and Power, Ldiniieaa nf Vis
loo. Prematura Old Age and many otha.- die'
eaaee that lead to Iutanlty or ConamnpUun
and an arly grave, write for a pami blot
sis s vxAz& n .mmti
r"On aeroont of counterfeits we hare
adopted the Yul.ow Wrapper, the only g. Ba
lsa. Sola In Beranton bx UsttbaWi Eri
penses for next year. We are proud to
say 'that about thirty of ' our students
are earning their own expenses through
school. . v v .
The students enjoyed two freezers of
delicious ice ream Saturday evening,
as a present from Mrs. Capwell. it
Last week was election week at Key
stone. The oftlcers-elect In Phi Mu so
ciety for this quarter are; President,
Hcott; vice president, Swallow; secre
tary, Foley; treasurer, Strong; libra
rian, Dcnnlson; critic, Mumford. The
Current Topic league this quarter will
be under the administration of the fol
lowing ofllcers: President, Archbald;
vice president, Henwoud; secretary,
Williams; treosurer, Mumford; critic,
Beordsley. The ofllcers of the Young
Men's Christian association for next
year are: President, Mumford;- vlce
president, Cook; secretary, Swallow;
The members of Phi Mu, assisted by
some of the young ladles, are preparing
a drama, to be given In a few weeks.
The proceeds will be used toward re
furnishing the Phi Mu society room,
At their class meeting Wednesday the
Seniors selected for their class colors
pule yellow and purple. The daisy was
readopled as the class flower,
Daniel Langstuff, of Scranton, was a
caller ut the academy Tuesday.
Josle Lacoe Is' erecting a building
over his new saw mill
D. Larue. Is recovering from an at
tack of quinsy. .. .
Frank Rued Is building a new barn.
Mrs. Peter Flnkler. who has been
suffering from kidney trouble) is bet
ter. ; .
Mrs. Aten, our new postmistress, ex
pects to get in a stock of groceries.
Rev. M.- Smith gave an Interesting
talk to the members of the Patriotic
A MYSTERIOUS AND
At the Academy of Music,
Scranton, I'n., Commencing at 10 O'clock
Monday Morning, April 2V, 1805.
the eminent physician, surgeon and scien
tist, whose name and reputation has be
come a household word from New York to
San Francisco, Cul., and from Portland,
Maine, to Portland, Oregon, has engaged
the Academy of Music In Scranton, where
he will deliver a course of free lectures,
illustrated; ,and publicly Ileal free of
charge every morning until further notice,
commenting at 10 o'clock Monday morn
ing, April 29, 1895. The doors will be open
at 9.30. Tho Illustrations are projected on
a large screen by means of a powerful
Hydro-Oxygen lime light through one of
the finest stereoptlcons made. By means
of three delicate Instruments a perfect
picture of all forms oC disease Is shown to
the audience. No exhibition of the kind
has ever been given and no one can af
ford to let this opportunity to learn the
real cause of all forms of chronic diseases
go by. Admission free. Dr. Smith Is sup
ported by a full staff of eminent physi
cians and surgeons. Those who are able
and willing to pay can consult Dr. Smith
and staff free of charge at his office and
residence, No. 312 Wyoming avenue, from
9 n. m. to 5 p. m. dally, except Sunday.
Dr. Smith has' placed in his office the most
complete and scientific galvanic, magnetic,
faradlc and static apparatus now in use.
By means of these instruments ail forms
of chronic disease are speedily and per
manently cured. Dr. Smith performs all
operations in surgery. Take no man's
word but go and see him and be convinced.
Dr. Smith will deliver a course of illus
trated lectures to ladles only, and also to
gentleman only, at the Academy of Music.
Admission free. A perfect picture of dis
ease common to women from the 14th to
the 50th year will be given and all dis
eases common, to men from the 14th to the
75th year will be shown In these private
No girl or boy under 14 years admitted
unless accompanied by parents or chap
erone. Ir. Smith Is permanently located
at No. 312 Wyoming avenue, where you
can consult him free of charge and he
will truthfully tell you your condition. As
an orllkiul surgeon Dr. Smith stands
second to none. Have you catarrh, bron
chitis, asthma, heart disease, dyspepsia,
liver complaint, Brlght's disease, diabetes,
epilepsy, cancer, piles, fistula in ano,
stricture, hernia, hydrocele, varicocele,
rheumatism, skin or blood disease, nerv
ous debility In young or old, he will cure
PRITRB BHOB CO., loe'p. Csfltsl, IjOOOM.
BEST mi.M SHOK IN THE WORM.
"A dollar taced it a dollar turned."
TbJs Ladles' ftollri Preach UonfoUKMBwt.
ton Boot aelhrerad tree aoywbnre in tha U.S.. on
I ires mujwwww in mm u.a.. w
laeeintof Ouh, alone Order,
or 1'oatal Note far tlM.
Rmiala ererr way the boot
told In all retail atone for
tl.M. We Bake Una boot
ouraelrea, Uiaralora ws gumf
antn uejn,ew one wmt,
and If any one fa) not aauenad
we will refund uw money
or uommon nanee,
wMlhi O, D, K, ft SK.
valine 1 to t and kali
i. Bmdyovr hit;
Bexter Shoe COSfiiiL'
Bfdal ttrms to lHaltrt.
1 11111 Iff KK" MI
EMPIRE DRY GOODS CO.,
OF 516 LACKAWANNA AVENUE,
Would announce their Opening Sale
for one week's time. We have a selec
tion of a very fine line In Shirts, tho
fluent in this city. Our Shirts are one
of the best makes, and sold at very low
llgures; for illustration see tho following-:
A Cheviot Shirt, made up with neck
bnnd aud yoke, cost almost to man
ufacture $3.60 a dozen; our price, 2!)
cents; a flyer. Next lot made 80
Indies loutr, stitched, double seam,
fust In color, aud only 39 cents.
Hoys' Wulnts, anything In the line
from 18 cents and upwards to 50c.
Our Selection In Underwear, wo
are most sure will satisfy every buy
er, because the line is complete for
Men, Ladies and Children and the
.. Babe Child.
THE EMPIRE DRY GOODS CO.,
(GCOLWS OLD STAND.) GIB UCMWtNnft IVE .
Order Sons of America last Friday
evening. . ,
. Sam Decker talks of going to Boston
to work for a wholesale house. .
Mrs. Sarah Collum left last week for
Jacksuh Summit, Pa., where she ex
pects to spend the summer with her
son, George A. Collum. '
Paul Aten Is slowly recovering from
his long sickness. . " '
Rev. J. C. Johnson is to remain on
the Newton charge. Rev. Mr. Barnes
is to succeed Rev. Mr. Newing on the
Falls charge. . . ,
A box party was held at S. Van
Sickles on Thursday evening. Those
present report an enjoyable evening.
Berry canes are reported winter
killed in some parts of Newton. Prob
ably due to the continued drouth of last
season, causing the canes to grow late
in the fall and not ripen their wood
Mrs. Kate Morrison, of Main street,
loft this morning for Boston. Bhe will
be absent a few weeks.
The O'Connell Council, Young Men's
Institute, held a grand reception at
their rooms on Willow street last eve
ning. The music was furnished by Miss
Belinda Messltt, of South Scranton.
The Mlnooka ball grounds are fin
ished and presents a fine appearance.
Michael Laffy. of Stafford street, re
turned home Wednesday from a two
weeks' visit In Pittsburg.
The sporting element went to Taylor
last night to witness the tournament
of the Nonparlel Athletic club at Web
A number of hoboes have struck town.
It looks as If they intended to stay.
A Polander laborer had two fingers
smashed in the No. 8 drift of the Green
wood Coal company, yesterday while
Is the Best Blood
Purifier, Appetizer uud
Norve Tonic. It cures
That Tired Feeling
230 Lackawanna Ave., Scranton.
You complain ot is due
to the fact that you are
still wearing your heavy
winter suit. You will
If you invest $9.75 in
one of our dandy, stylish
Spring Suits, which will
act on you like
MEN'S PANTS, $2.00.
' Worth 3.00 and $4.00.
CHILDREN'S JERSEY SUITS. $1.25
CHILDREN'S REEFER SUITS, $1.35
Always the Cheapest.
230 Lackawanna Avenue.
SIGN OF THE BELL
NO. 1 A fine Bulbrtggan Shirt and
Drawers. To make the price conve
nient for these times 25 cents each.
In the following colon Blue, Gold,
Brown and White. This number
is worth while for every man to ex
amine. A French Balbriggan Shirt, silk
finish, you cau't buy them anywhere
for less thau 76 eenta. Our price,
43 cents. '
Ladles' Ribbed Vest from 5 cents
to 16 cents, long or short sleeves.
SOOdpzen Child Rlbbed.long sleeves,
10 cents each, or 3 for 25 cents.
If you need a Shirt Laundricd, In
Cheviot or Percale, do not forget the
place which sells the best goods for
. less money 43 cents each. We
guarantee the work and material.
n m m
400402 LACKAWANNA AVE.,
IK, il I
500 Rolls this season's Importations. Prices start
at $4.oo a roll, 40 yards, and go up to $10.00
flit mmntitiAC ti Mnttlnarc -l rpntc anH e rnt a
over the roll price. Samples sent by mail. Dealers
supplied at the very lowest wholesale prices.
406 AND 408 LACKAWANNA AVE.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
SCRANTON ANO WILKES-BAR RE, PA., Manufacturers of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Office: SCRANTON, PA.
u CARPET SALE. I
To think, a carpet sale !-this time of the season-when everybody wants
carpets why do wo make extra offerings ? Because we can afford to the
manufacturers gave us the opportunity now we itive It to you, Isn't that
enougu reasou V At any rate, it's "i
dlllerent from others -and so much better more to your advantage cucu
IT ?-Certainly, only too glad to have you utilize
Lasy Way to Pay."
But Uttle cash will go far at these prices:
We begin on Velvet Wilton the $1.75 kind, for 95o.
Best Tapestry Brussels, regular value 90c., for 65c.
Good. Tapestry Brussels, good value at 66c, for 45c.
Beet AH-Wool Ingrain Carpet, the 75o. kind, at 49a
All-Wool Ingrain Carpet, worth 05c., at 42a
Heavy Ingrain Carpet, the kind that wears, 24c
COVER THAT THREADBARE
Carpet (if not willing to Invest in a new one) with the following "ey
openers to competition" in Rugs;
$2 75 Moquette Rug, 27x64 $1 SO
4 00 Moquette Rug, 36x72 2 25
2 75 Oriental Rug 28x58 1 75
90 Oriental Mat, 18x36
2 75 Axminster Rug, 27x48 1 90 ,
4 00 Byiantine Rug. 36x72 2 25 f
150 Byzantine Mat, 18x34 90
n 7 iId n..w, o7vo 2 BO ' V
Make a note of the above sizes
Buoy Carriages, f 3.75 to $50.00..
ECONOMY FuflfllTOQE CO
SCRANTON'S HOME PROVIDERS,
225 AND 227 WYOMING AVENUE.
- juuuaii wax- oi uoiug uiiugs
qualities and-prices, you'll be glad to pf