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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1001.
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THE FIRST SERVICES.
'The New Trinity Church Opened
with Impressive Features.
The now edifice of Trinity Protes
tant Episcopal church was formally
opened for religious worship yestor
Oiiy by most Impressive anil ! .splrlnjc
cervices In the presence of lare con
Kirnatlons. Th musical portion of
tho exorcises was n delight and pleas
ure to tho attendants of theso ser
vices, anil much prnlso Is duo to the
ihorlster, T. Orinith Smith, und the
organist, Mrft. N. I,. Moon, for the c::
tellence of this Important feature, in
the mornlnp. the Hew Dr. OlmsteaJ,
of nala, )'a.. preached a niastoilj
sermon, which ws delivered without
notes, und he held the nttentlon of the
large congregation closely. In the
evening, lit. Ttov. Klhclbcrt Talbot,
bishop of the Central diocese of Penn
sylvania, delivered a. sermon bsforo
nnothcr largo congregation.
The services of the day began with
tho holy communion ut tv0 a. in., ad
ministered by Rev. nollln A. Sav.
yer. rector of tli church, In the
chapel. At 10.30 o. m.. the large and
beautiful church was thrown open for
the nrr.t morning service ever hold
in It Many of the paihshoners anJ
others fortunate enough to secure
ticket of admission, sought seal
long before the hour of worship. Hut
there was nd crowding; everyone was
accommodated nnd by tln time tho
organ began to send fotth Its .list
waves of harmony, the audience was
nearly all In readlnoBtr and a stlllnos"
prevailed, which was Inoken by the
faint sounds of the choir ringing In
the distance the flrt lines of the beau
ilful processional: "Savior, lilesucil
Savior, listen while we sing." nnd
then tho supllced choir of forty male
and female voices, niiicr-cded trom ono
of tho bide wings to their benches In
the chancel, with tho clergy following
and Bishop Talbot ut il n end, fol
lowed by his stuff-hearer, anil IJv. T.
TJ. Olinstead, tho gospel. Hew Sid
ney Hvtins tlellvcicd the prayer: nm
Heti.lamiu Abbott real the piilhtlc.
The Ural lesson of the day tns read
by Lay Header oiirc ('. Hart, itoin
ImwIs, tweiiiy-i-ighth ,bapler. com
iiiciielng at the tenth wise. The ?ec
nnd lesson wus f: mi Uevel.itlot'.s,
twenty. tli-ft diaptei. I'icin the tenth
ff-i; anil ri'itil liy l-i IJeinler T.
Orlflln S-mlth. Tin- ei.iclen 'lev"
liuilleil h the "liv,'f .in. I til" ie
Mmine. by the iholr. leiiilerlnff n vi-ij
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The !i v. Ciillln A. SiiW I tin "1
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tin li- iiiunt ln-t"!1
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lllltl OI"1lll lllm
il'ld ' I " Mll'l IMK
t'l" thiohe. M.iy
iil,y. i Lord, (!
hriiior und jiiv, .v.
l'tii thrill lutt
for thv : leapt
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oil thlnw j'l'i
are and 'P
Dr. olnihtoad lugan his einin lie
I11UI11C up the importance of tdoal. in
eveiythlng, (.specially In rellulmi. Tills
comes to us from abov and :t le.iebet
us how to hollee and how to woishlji.
Ilu dwelt upon the (act that n- od
tcld Jloscs to make ovev.( thing 101
the tabernacle according to tho pat
tern shown lilm In the mount, thov
might expect there mlphl 'to f-onv
heavenly pattern for tho worship of
Christians, the heavenly" worship n
j-ocn by St. John ir. tho vision of
which tho text formed a part. Th
object of this worship Is of God con
ceived of as a holy belnif. Wo wor
ship a God of holiness, not u senti
mental God, not a God who minimises
the fact of sin, and our worship, if It
he true nnd sincere, nsslmllates in to
him and we become holy, nnd the holy
worship that the church leads us to
(onvlnces others also to worship, as
the worship of tho four living crea
tures Induced the worship of the font'
anil twenty elders.
Those who stand outside the church
hulldlng see nothing In the windows
but tho leaden panes and possibly they
may picture grotesque forms in those
windows, but those who come Into
this building, spohen of as the church.
oo tho light of heaven nnd Interpret
It. If you might prefer to stay outside
of tho religion of Chi 1st, you cannot
epect to understand It, but If you
will Join yourself to It and llvu under
Its Influence It will show Its glories
to you. Our religion, to he unrtei stood,
must be experienced.
Afturj-tho close of tins sermon holy
communion was administered. Ilev.
Mr. Sawyer announced that In order
rjot to unduly prolong the service tlw
nopjinjirilon would bo udmlnlsteiod to
tli'o clergy only. Bishop Talbot was
the celebrant. The following pattonlj
of the communlop; Kt. Ilev. Kthel
bert Talbot, bishop of tho central dlo
cesi) of Pennsylvania, of South Uothle
hem; Rev. Sidney Evans, of Eancass
tor, Pa., nctlng chaplain to tho bishop;
new TJonjainln Abbott, Carbondalej
Jtew M. It. Nash, junior curate Bt.
iAike's chuich, Scranton; Itev. Dr. T.
T). Olmstead, 13ala, Pa and Ttov. U.
A. Sawyer, rector of Trinity church,
this pity- .
.Mrs. George Mills sang the beautiful
soln part 'of Harry Uoe Shclly's an
them. "Tbt; King of J.ove My Shep
In oxqulslte voice, for tho
the Archdcaconiy of Scran-
' Cures all Throat and Lung Affection!.
k. CcttheKeoutne. Kcfusesubstltutu. M
av!Ua Oil cure KbtumaUia. 15 as
ton will hold a Fctslon In the new
churcn at 11 a. m., to which all com
municants of the church nr Invited
At 4 p. n. , the Archdeaconry will hold
another pcsslon, at which there will
be abort speeches by Its members and
also addresses by various clcigymen
of Carbondale. Ak 8 p. int., thero will
be a reception 3 th blub' p In the
parish house, to which tho publlo ar.
Invited. Those services will conclude
the dedicatory oxercNtf.
Columbia Hoso Company Fnli C
Tho (list fair of Columbia Hose com
pany since ISfi? will btgln tonight.
Carpenters nnd (Iccorutois an elec
tiiclatiR have been busy since eail.
Satuidiiy morning In erecting booths,
flocotatlng them and puttl"g In addi
tional lights. When I he public Is ad
mit, ed this e cuius It will behold a
most claboiato system of ornamenta
tion, ha far as tho booths ate con
cerned. Miese boothsi taU( ut the northeni
I'j.d of llui-ko'it large hall, whom u
lair is to bo held. There sue four cf
them, and under the left manipulation
of Abo Salmi and other." the system of
ornamentation Is finite novel. The
colors used are k. hlue, ytllow, et.'s
and white. The body of the drain ry I
of white, pleated and diawn Inlo
points from abov. while lattice work
of woven blue .md white ornament the
sides. Kunnlns along the top-aie putf
of bright yellow material. Dividing
the four booths If u door In the ccntie,
which Is ili.-ped Krarefuy with the
teilse. Tio arc lights have been add
ed to the lame number of Iniandes
cont lamps. The ball room Hour wIM
be In pi hue condition tor the dancers.
The workers at the decorations wore
busy all day Saturday, yesterday and
will he today In sotting things In
Mention was made In thei-e columns
on Saturday of the Illness of Frank
Gunnelia. of Scott Mreot, and at II
o'clock that evening he passed away.
Some lime ugo Mr. Gunnelia was
striken with a n;verc attack of tho
grip. He ventured out before he had
fully recovered nnd a i elapse i-et In.
whleh brought on a fatal attack of
.Mr. Cunnrlia was II years of age
and about twenty. live years of that
time had been spent In this city. He
had not been In tho best or health for
several years. He wns enintneoil li-
'tin Metropolitan Life Insuiaine coin-
pany In this city. He was a man of
stilet lutein liy mid among all who
kii"W lilm was greatly esteemed, lie
belonged to several of the St. Hose
pai Itdi societies and was a consistent
uieinhi r of that church.
Mr. Ctinnoliii Is survived by a wife
and three children, all of whom lvive
llie heartfelt hvmputhy of their many
friends. The funeral iiuaiigenient's
hae not In en .uinouneed.
A Nanow Escape.
I'eopli passing the "I.onkollf iioss
Iiij; Satuidiiy wcie ivltnesses of a most
mllltiUloUH CMIlpe iif a leuillMer ll Dill
1'iilble Injury If not death, dust ah a
Moii'da'e br.iiHh p.nenger train
cam nloii the man droi- on the
tra 'k The people who saw his dan
it' r sliinite.i and the engineer whl.-tled.
Tli staitli'd man bait the pic lencc of
nilnd to pull the hor.se aiound nnd the
fient hob hiliig able to turn under
lb" box or the vehicle allowed the
hoi'M to ci ff tin track Just as the
mine whisk. d by. The locomotive
.shuck the st Igh. but the lorce was
not fuCld-nt to caime any great dani-
"?" Had the man 1 n an Instant
soon, r in ouwlns the tinckK he would
Mll'-iJ have been Hilled.
Miss Bryd'en Buiied.
The funeral of aged Miss llildgct
lhydeu, who nerlshed in the lire th.it
destroyed John DrownY home on Wed
nesday alternoon, was In Id Saturday
morning rrom the home of Mr. and
Mrs. A. V. Cook, on Urooklyii stict.
Ilev. Walter Gorman coiidin te.t ihe
services In St. Uose ehiirch. att.-i-which
Interment was maib-Jn St. i: is .
cemetery. The pall-bearc-s ei- .lohn
Flnnnelly, .lohn l.yuadd.i. .lohn Kh
leen, Hugh Gllgallon. I'anlek .U
Garry and .lames Devlne.
Social nnd Suppoi.
The Ladles' auxiliary of the (i,
to tho nrotherhood of Locomotive Kn
glneers will give a social and supper
in WattY hall on Tuesday evening.
Febiuary 19. A special meeting of tins
society will be held tomorrow after
noon at 2.C0 (clock.
Attended Church Opening.
Among those who attended tin- iipen
Ing service of the now Tilnlty churdi
were Miss Allco I,aw, of New Yoik
city, and Miss Kate Edgerton, of Kl.
mlra, N. Y., each or whom made liber
al donations to tho building fund.
A U. M. W. Social.
Una! ICSfi, United .Mine Wiirkeis o.'
America, will hold a social on Mondav
evening, Februaiv IK. in u,e nurk'e
building. .Music will be lurnlshed by
AVngner's orohestta. Prof. Lavelle wlil
Spent Sunday Heie.
Henry H. Singer, esq,, and William
Ilarr. of the law tlrm of Stein. Singer
& Hair, of New Yoik city, spent Sun
day with Mr. Singer's parents on
South Main street, leaving heie last
evening for Now Yoik.
Tho South Sldo mine woikois em
ployed by the Delaware and Huclkon
company, iccelved their pay Saturday.
Today the upper side mlneis will be
Going to Mexico.
Mrs, Joseph Powdorly. uf Tci race
street, will leavo soon for u tiln to
Mexico, to spend several months.whoie
her husband Is employed us Immigra
A Sleigh Ride.
Thu childien of No. 6 school enjoyed
u tslolghrldo to Olyphant on Saturday,
EL. Hatfield, man
ager of the Carbon
dale edition, will be
plcaied to receive
callers seeklne Infor
mation or desirous of
Imparting It Tele
phone numbers: New
a85: old, 0423.
AT THE CYfJLE CLUB.
Tho Fool Tourney Begins Its Fifth
Setlcs Standing of Flayers.
At the Carbondale Cycle club on Sat
urday night drawings for tho fifth
series of the pool tourney took place,
ai.d two games In that series wcro
played, Humphrey now takes high
place, being the onlv player who has
won fivo games. In th games Satur
day night A. Li. Stewart (second class)
beat n. McMillan (fourth class) by 60
to 47, and C. Humphrey (third class)
beat D. A. Scurry (fourth class) GO to
15. The games to be played In the tlfth
series nre: Jlcoso vs. Hennle, Manners
vr. Sv Ingle, Derby vs. Itutherford,
.Inmot s. Mitchell, Clifford vs. Ditch
bum. Hoolo vs. Knnpp, Davis vs.
Smith, and Gilhool vs. Hilggs. The
complete standing Is:
Wr. host, I Won. Lost.
lltU-mi 2 J,MltclielI 3 1
Clifford I 1.1. O. Kfie ...2 1
Dill. t (Mtrnnlr 2 2
Pul'j- UltolirrtA S t
Pinlitmm . ... 2 C tiulthrfoid 2 2
llllliool .i 1 Smith 2 2
lliioV 2 2 Swlncle 4 0
lliuiipliri';' .1 "McMillan 3 J
bucs I 2stcn.nrt :l 2
Itinpp ! 2bvutry 3 2
Jljuiicr.i ... .2 2
Laymen of Lackawanna Presbytery
Meet Hero Next Month.
A big mlsslonaiy meeting for the
men of the Lackawanna Presbytery
will bo held at the First Presbyterian
chinch of this city early next month.
Its object will be to enlist men In
missions. The programme for the
meeting Includes a popular session for
one evening and morning, afternoon
and evening sessions tho following
day. Among the speakers will be
Itev. Kugene Dunlap, D. D Row W.
II. Swift. Itev. William II. Harshaw,
D. ll., Itev. Charles B. Koblnson, D.
D.. Itev. J. V. Patterson, D. D and
Uev. A. W. Halsoy, D. D all prom
inent workers from other cities, and
M. D. Lathropo, of this city.
Undo Sam Is Kind.
Tor the last three days the Unltfil
States Agrlcultuial Department has
been sending Into this city many of
the little tin holders for tho cards o?
the weather bureau and forecasts of
the weather. Xea.-ly every merchant
In town has been thus favored. In
some buildings there ure four or five
of these forecasts prominently dis
played, thoj being sent here from tho
signal station In Scranton, No one
now needs to bo Ignorant of the proba
bilities of the coming day's phase of
weather, for no matter where one goes
he Is bound to see the little pale-ollvo
colored tin hangers, with Its nibbor
stamp printed cards.
Coining Social Events.
Tho Senior Christian Endeavor soci
ety of the First .Presbyterian church
will give a social next Friday even
ing In the Sunday school rooms. Each
one attending must dress to represent
the title of some Ming. Miss Harriet
Ilutchlns has charge of tho event.
Mr. and .Mrs. T. L. McMillan have
Issued invitations to a number of their
friends for an evening party to bo
given at their home, on Salem nvenue,
Mrs. Stone Dead.
Mis. Helle Slone. who was admitted
to the Emergency hospital In this city
last Monday, from Mayllold, to have
an operation pel formed for a flouting
kidney, died In that Institution on
Saturday night ut about 10 o'clock.
Her death w-aa caused by pneumonia,
It Is said. She leaves n husband and
two children, a mother and two broth
ei.s, all of May Held, She was about
't years of ago.
Continued Until Wednesday.
The case of Constable Stephen A.
Gllby, charged with the felonious
wounding of Eddie Gorman, ox-County
Detective Leyshon prosecutor, has
been continued until Wednesday of
this week. Mornn has not yet left tho
Merry School Children.
A sleigh load of yelling, Joyous
Hihool childien enjoyed u ride to Arch
bald Saturday afternoon. On reach
ing there they secured a hall and for
an hour or two enjoyed games, romp
lug, etc. They returned In time for a
Id It' Slippel.
To .Mr and Mrs. George Kroft, of
Itlcluniiud avenue, a daughter.
Only Slightly Hurt.
Wold has reached friends In this city
that the two Italians, Caimlno Gogll
ui e and Caimlno Grecco, hailing from
AN UNEQUALED RECORD
Theie Is a Rapidly Increasing Vol
ume of Scrnnton Evidence Rolling
Up for the Great Medicine, Dr. A.
W. Chase's Nerve Pills.
It would neein that hardly anyone
can lake Dr. A. V. Chaoe't. Nervu
PIIIh without receiving marked bene
fit. Tho wondcifiil action of this medi
cine In putting people on their feet
who are In n weak, run-down condi
tion Is tho talk of every place they are
known. It Is only a short time slnco
they Jlrst came to Scranton, yet today
they are more In evidence for merit
with Scranton people than all other
Mrs. John Penster, of No. 43a liee
coui t. Scranton, Pu says: "Dr. A.
V. Chase's Nerve PIIU that I got at
MutthnwH HroB.' drug Htoiv. No. 3.'0
Lackawanna avenue, are a lino medl
clno Indeed. 1 was suffering with n,
lot of nuln In the left aide, over tho
spleen a gnuwlng pain but nothing
seemed to stop it. I was rentiers nnd
neivous, as well as run down. Tho
nerve pills, howevet, proved Just tho
thing, stopping the pain and norvous
nepH nnd ulviug- mo strength und en
ergy. I can say this conscientiously,
und urn pleased to think I can."
Dr. A. AV. Chase's Nervu Pills nro
sold at ROc. a box at dealers, or Dr. A.
W. Chaso Medicine Co,, Huffnlo, N. V.
See that porttalt nnd signature of A.
W. Chase, M, l) are on every package.
hero, who were In the terrible WTeek
at Greenville, Pa., by which five lost
their llrs, wcro only slightly Injured,
one of them having his finger lacer
ated nnd the other escnplnjc with a
bruised foot. They wero both nblo to
continue their Journey to Kentucky.
Dnrk All the Week.
The Grand opera houso wilt ho daik
all this week, no plays being sched
uled. Two companies had been hooked
for the next six days, but the engage
ments were cancelled, owing to the
conl miners' strike. Next week nnother
repertoire company will hold the boards
for eight performances.
Fair of Columbia Hose company.
Olive Leaf lodge, No. lofi, Independ
ent Order of Odd Fellows.
Federal union, No. 7204.
Patriotic Order Sons of America.
Carbondale council, No. 329, Knights
Tho Passing Throng.
Miss Nolla Bellamy left Saturday for
Washington, D. C.
A. P. Trautweln is In Oil City, Pa.,
on n business trip.
Miss Ulnnche Whitney, of Hones
dalc. Is visiting friends In town.
Thomas Ncalon has accepted a posi
tion at tho weaving mill.
W. U. Culver departed for Cincin
nati on Saturday evening.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. G. Giles, of Lincoln
avenue.spent Sunday In Windsor, N.Y.
L C. Harnden and wife, of Blng
hmnton, spent yesterday with friends
Misses Cella and Esther Moses, of
Scranton, weio the guests of Mrs, S.
Mrs. Nora Urennan nnd Miss Annie
Shannon nro visiting friends In Pitts
ton and Wllkos-Parre.
Mrs, Charles Hubbard, of Williams
avenue, hns Joined her husband at
Windsor," N. Y., where he Is now sta
tioned. Mra. Arthur Howell, a former resi
dent here, but now of Baltimore, Md.,
Is the guest of friends In town for a
Charles Orchard, formerly a resident
of this city, but now employed In a
responsible position by Andrew Car
negie, was in this city yesterday.
JERMYN AND MAYFIELD.
Andrew Telrpock, a Russian boy, re
siding on the hill at Maytleld, yester
day held a dynamite cap In his hand
over the stove, with the result that the
cap exploded and blew oft his thumb
and n finger.
Mrs. Seymour, an aged lady, who
had been ill for several months, died
yesterday at tho home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. William Harvey, of Notth
Main street, with whom she made her
home. Deceased had resided hero for
many years, and In addition to her
daughter Is survived by two sons,
William, of this borough, nnd James,
of Shenandoah. Twenty-eight grand
children and five great-grandchildren
iiIro survive her. Deceased was born
near Itedruth, Cornwall, England, seventy-six
years ago. The funeral ar
rangements have not yet boon com
pleted. Thero was no change yesterday In
the condition of John F. Nicholson,
who Is 111 with pneumonlt. Klmer, the
little son of Mr. and Mrs. Blake, of
Second street, who Is lit with the same
disease, was slightly Improved yester
Therewas considerable rejoicing yes
tcrdny morning at the homo of Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Stooker over the ar
rival of a little daughter. A son also
arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
William Jossup, of West Maytleld.
Michael Walsh, of the Georgetown
university, Washington, D. C, has
been called home by the serious Ill
ness of his mother, Mis, Walsh, of
Maytleld, who Is suffeilng from a com
plication of diseases.
J. M. Sherwood, the local horseman,
took second money with his horhe
Roxenn, at tho races at Crystal lake,
Peter Merritt, the Hagmnn of the
Ontario and Western crossing on
North Main sticet, Is suffering with u
severe attack of the grip.
Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Baker, of Car
bondale, weio callers here yesterday,
Stephen Whltmoro, of West May
field, has been confined to his home
for several days with the prevailing
Mrs. Gomer Gnmes and two childien,
of Providence, nre visiting relatives
Mrs. Hopkins, an aged lady, who Is
nearly a centenarian, Is quite HI at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Job AVII1
lams, of Fourth street.
Dr. Leonard Kelly, Jr., our well
known young physician, died at the
home of his parents, on Lackawanna
street, at 1,30 yesterday morning. His
death was due to general debility, ho
having been HI for several weeks. The
young man enjoyed a large circle of
acquaintances, und his demise will be
greatly regretted. He was bom lit
Olyphant twenty-five years ago, nnd
attended the public .schools in this
borough, after which he took a course
In the Mansfield State Normal school.
Later, he entered the Charleston Medi
cal college at Charleston, South Caro
lina, from which Institution ho giadu
uted In the year 1898. Since that time
ho had practiced the profession and
conducted the ding store with his
father, Leonard Kelly, M. D. He Is
survived, besides his parents, by one
sister, Maud, and two brothers, Roy
and Rexford. He was a nephew of
Dr. S. P. Longstreet, of Scranton. The
funeral will take place on Tuesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock, and Interment
will be made In Union cemetery. Brief
services will be conducted at tho
Patrick McDormott, an old and ic
spected resident of this place, died at
his home, on upper Dunmoro street,
Saturday. Deceased was one of the
early settlers In this borough. Ho is
survived by a wife, four daughters
and three sona. The funeral will ho
held on Tuesday morning, nnd Inter
ment will bo made In the Olvnhant
A delegation from tho Scranton
Clerks' association held a conference
with tho local business men heie on
Friday evening legardlng the early
The last meeting of the council
previous to the leorgunlzatlon will ha
held this evening. A number of Im
portant ninttors will coino up for con
sideration. Next Monday evening tho Ancient
Order of Hibernians will hold an en
tertainment at the Father Mathuw
opera house. M. F. Conry, of Scran
ton, will bo the oiator of tho evening.
At the clofee a social will be held at
Mahon's hall, with Hayes' orchestra
Miss Alice Ford, of lllinlra, Is the
In order to close out odds and ends, which are bound
t'o accumulate, we have arranged them on separate tables
at prices that are bound to make them move. They are
not goods of inferior quality bought for special sale but our
regular stock, parts of dinner sets, remnants of open stock
nnrfor c rrr ni ii-nKc- !,-.- thin downs, lust what many persons aro looking for, choice
pdlier 'S, OQU IlUmOeiS, lebS china anJ glassware for less than the price of shoddy.
mfW Silver p,atecl Salts find Peppers, Vases, Water
M' Bottles, Decorate.d Puff Boxes, Trays, Bon Bons.
For 25 Cents.
Cake Plates, Tea Pots, China Cups and
Vases and Salad Bowls
rtnWvf.o;. .tU. ;.t;..&
fPWWW Mammotn uecorated Lamp and Globe, the
lpl globe slightly chipped, was $25 now $5
'k&B?0 Handsome Royal Bonn was $25 now $15
Decorated Vase Lamp,center draft burner,
Dinner Sets ioo nieces, decorated Porcelain $ 7.00
" ii2 jfteces English decorated Porcelain 9.50
" ioo pieces, Semi Vitrious China 8.00
" ioo pieces Vienna China 18.00
"113 pieces Haviland & Co.'s French China 29.00
Toilet Sets, decorated blue and preen 1.85
with slop jar 4.25
For $5. Vases that were 5? 15.00 to $25.00 and a number of
other articles of equal value, your choice for $5.00
It would certainly pay you to look this line over, if
there is anything you need you get a bargain.
finest of 1'iof. and Mrs. T. M. Mellule,
of Sanderson avenue.
The Juvunls dancing elas.i will hold
a ine-Lenten sncl.il on Thursi'ny even
ing. Uiwienee'H lull oiehistia will be
Frank Collins, of Jermvn, has le
sluned his position at Atherton's tsore.
Tho lack of a quorum prevented 11
meetliiK "f the school hoard on Satur
day nluht. Another attempt will be
made to meet tonight.
'llie IiKjI IiMIIuIp fit thi' I'uilllli iIMrilt,
(oinprUiiiff Ijrkausinni timixliip, Old I'tirso ami
Tailor borouglis, wlilch .n held Ja tho il'J
IVitte llleh silinol, en hitnrdiy niuinoou a
0110 uf th.- hio.t (miiitliig jd UM lii tli.lt
dMrici. The iirPRMiumo wa, an cuilliiit one
and ictlects cietllt on thu coinniittro who ar.
Announcement h.is hirn undo of the aiirnaci
inu iiiarri.nii' ut llvt Micrw Ui-lUl and Mr.
Henry ". blilne, Imth purniLir joiiiik people of
tliis tonn, to lake phiip on I'cli. SI,
The following lill-un trim thl (own and
ielnily lute In di.ittn Id etve ..-. juron (or
Jlirrli and prll term: JIUIiael Mm ray, wliur,
Tajlor; Outlet Moure, iniiliirtr, Tjjlur; John
Prlre, Jr., ruerchmt, Taylor; II. WI1IU Hi-pm.
book-Ufptr, ltondli.iin; .lohn lliid.lilnM, CieeU
priest, Old Porno; Patrick Cojne, niimr, Old
Tow; Patrick I.. Cujne, forrmin. Old Korii.
The rmplo.tr e( the Ta.tlor, P.tne and Aide
bald mines on the I.m latianna lompiiiy ie
celted iliclr Miiibmoiitlilr paj on Siturday.
The Mndon-on Hill m.im tttll he tho llepie
tentatito lu-.Ut hall tr.im'j opnomnH at W'rlin'M
rink tills etenlin:. A maud nodal w III follow the
1'riMldcnl W. li. 0wn and Smctaiy W. T.
llatik, o( the Tat lor Imatd ol htalth, uiu home
alter utlendlns the 1 1 1 r- n-lon ot the lioaul in
Kmhlcin ditWon, No. r.7. Mni. nt Ti niiitrance,
will meet in hIhii thU vtininj.
Mr. and Mm. W. M. 1MI and m. Doiuld. of
Main .tiett, .pent llie Sihhuh tKltlns Irlendi In
lohn II. und O-iar Thomas viilted at lh bomo
of Pro(iNor and Mi. M. J, T,lojd, In Prlceburjr,
St 1 sr jut John II. lhlii'N, of th" fulled Btatef
KCular army, tthn hi been rpcndliiu the past
time inoiilhs ill the homo ol Ida paienta, Mr.
and Mis. Datid J. IIjni, left yetrUy to
mine Ills duties a' Mobile, Inil.
MNi IMIth un llu-Urk and Mr. Kdwmd Jin
fiijn.ted ,t rutter rldi over tlw lllmliiinit twtile.
Jlr Harry Atrrt, cl nitLion City, tliitcd tho
l'onell rcKldmio on N'orth Main (treet jeteiday.
Hinry I'.tant tllttd hU hrothrr, John '., who
li u pillint ut the o Taylor hospital, jenter
Uav. 'Ihe Ta.tlor Chnial union hai rteHileil not to
cnttr llio choral tompetlllon at PruvlUenee wxt
month, :n vj Hivt nnveited.
I.ll) ludac, Xo. VWJ, Indepenient Older of Odd
I'd low, ttlll hold nn Important InuineM innotinti
Tomorrow etenlin; ttlll mrttr the nupper nl
hall of the Ynuntr Men's Utrrary norlety of thu
Catholic prlh. A inand ilmv l uv-iured all
Mm, Ij iu Tell., ol Norlh lVlor. it .uderlnif
Mr. and Mr. Thomas MiIcn ol Wr.t SLianioii,
ritlteil filrd In thi' town et"id.ij
(havlK J. Ktan, of North Main mre I, (tho
was Fr-Tlomly (tifntpil at the ArrlihaM mlrm late
tteek 1. It.iprotlrn; a lupldly a can be ixneeled.
Mr, ami Mra. Urorge (lorihn, of WmldnicU'U
klliet, veie kiiMtt of the f.rtntVt parents, Mr.
am) Mm. .lame Cordon, in Hiraiuon, t.lvi(Ur.
To Cuio the Grip lu Two Days.
I.axillto Hroino-Qilllilno arnutca Uil .auo.
The liiiKi.il if I'll t O'llo.tli. ihe lieautilul 0
ejv old daiitflitii ol Mi. and Mi-. O'llaylc, of
Miln "triit. look fdari trom h-r lm home y
leul.iy alletiiooii ai 3 o'tlixk. Interment iva
nndo In the Olj plum Catholic jemetery.
The Jei.up Mali (hoinl party ttlll toixlurt a
totlal nt P. S, Wal.h'x hall next twluid.iy even
llikf. Iho U'ou.lliiui'i I), nhle fiurtetle, of t-otltll
Kianton, ttlll ho in attendanve and t vood lime
U umod thoM ttho attrnd,
Mle II. and Maigaiet II) roe cultl on frlenda
In Dltpliant Situiday ewnliiB.
P. II. Civan, ol Kmnton, tailed on hU lurcnn
on Hill lut litt ntriiln
Mmh, .lohn KMiiukly uirf P. J. litU and Jtilui
SALES, cioseouts. 1
Cups and Saucers,
For 50c and $1.00
Large assortment pf choice pieces,
lamps. The prices on some of the
higher grade are literally
A il &JL r J .
I Do Hot
ojieclaliht in Diseases of Men, of
tho State Electro-Medical Institute,
400 J-ackawannn avenue (over the
Talis ftoro), Scranton, Pa.
Me.l, n ..I t uf t ill l.u It ip II
ttlll "oon lie lo-L 11llht toll tl
ill ei mil (lio.ivt it netit on t' iHi.iiil.-till.
J on mint, mitht. li t.r It 'till ti i-i i 1 1 a. id till .mir tvholo tiiture wttu misery and indwoiib.
nhle ttui 'i In, i iieiiel -1 iniiit i.i-im hi th kind that we are r? familiar with them an j-oi
ure tvnli i In t iv tl.i.iliiflil. Oiee tortd bt ih, ion v.-Ill nctcr again be bothered with nulasions,
ihaliH. or "im il.ir Mit.pti'nv tthlth iul ,t "i of )our manluiod and absolutely unfit you for study,
lmvlne,, p'i erfn or inairli.t. Oin roinbaiol r.hctru-MwUcal treatment for weak men ttbleli
euniblm ..II of Ihe enialKe mttri of bolli mc.Jieine and eleetrielty ttlll correct all thesis) evili
nnd le-tui. j on to ttlui iiiiure lmiinli.il a hue, healthy, happy man, with physical, mental aril
nrd p ti .iimiili te
S ul-o vii t'i i ij .iiitil It ..or luiiiliined Kloctio-.Mcilieiil ta-catment.
Varicocele, Stricture, Syphilitic Blood Poison,
und all i - i I., ih i .-. nn I " i,i tiri- ol nun. Physicians having stubborn cafe to trrt are
(orlliHy in ' I in i n uli ii Ui ilini.. ii". Iii: fur piitalu iiuiLel, and gite to a patient
a ler.d i lM.ii. m wiili. .-, I r "I In jl. unl.ua lapilal, to hold for our promised, fa It not
Weill yoi'i t lii- t.i nn i. i i ii il i I i m id. life nnetv to multitudes of men?
If tin i i n i i ll ai i or 'ii i. t i- ,""i jmptoiii full. Our homo treatment by cor.
respoiulen't' ih alit it" .io t i1
Referouco Dent Punks anil Leading Business Men in this City.
Office Hours: 0 a. ni. to 8 i. m. Sundays, 10 n. xn. to 2 p. m.
STATE EiEC FRO-MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Permanently Iofttotl at '100 Lacknwnnna Avenue, opposite Wyoming:
avenue (over tho Paris toxe), Sctanton, Pa.
Hnwiifj aie mil mtt airanw mtnii m cMidin t a
OlIiI m .t.ieiim s hill Valtnllii' nloht for tho
bonelll "t Mm II Ut rue, tt.i" I il ionic ilunt foi
Kohl M it' ' . at the I'ollllnf i ill ol the kl.
Jtim - tit' 'i ii'ni.-.
Ml Patiok liiiuhir, of Jviiioii. wu falh-r
ill town to;' ill.'.
'ihe full 1 M n ' ttuiMi oi Ailli'tlta ttill hold
a tonal ut HI. .1 mi's' hall this eteimitf. Hunt
new of ImiHiitaiue It to hu liaiiaoteil nnd all
iminberi' lie n i.t-ted lo h n-i'i.l.
yWIITEBS HA? BTRIKJJ.
Typoei!Uical Union Wo. 13 Votu to
Enforoe Union Scale.
Dy r'X'Uwtto Win- f'oi'i Ih i-ilalel Pret.
Ooston. l'i It. n IttHtaiaplinal union. No. II,
at up' lal li ' i)d ailmi ion, ti'ttd to tall
a etillf in i tut 1 ok and lob f rituliw plant in
the lty In e.i' Hie mailer priulern refine to
tllfu tho imioii i.i'e ai ont't'. the I'omt nt iue
lielng sihalur m mi wonj. n tjpt'setien hi i bo
trettod M "Jouni'Vinon 'Oinpni.lt u" and e.
lelte the aaiie u." a wrn lor lnliii, tlw siniu
rim union il.mit it i lliere sjiouhi tie no ilU
i'i'ni!n.itio'i tiiititii iiht'in of Uio union and
Hint the "i t'i' apidh'i to Ihe oomcti iiietulirri ,H
well a lo ilu' liven. In all about -I.M'I pilulcH
will lw alTe-teci Iy tlw irlk.
, RAWXIVS HASP AGROUND.
Be I'ttlm.M W re ( ii Th' vm luted Priii.
Suntlmo d rnlw, rib. 1. -'fle Inllnl Matt
trsn-i' rt ll.tv. Mn. tttnt liaid auroun I thi. tiioiu
Inir an a I'uial Kit n.nr tho mnli of tho
1'tilKd nut'" ni It r Uiliiiuit. hue iiirltitl at
da J break, anili"rnl In Ihe bay uil then .tattttl
to rutura lo Ni'i'.'i" t nt', near the muiilli of Ihe
hurbor. wlieio Is Itteutitt tlm Moiro Caatle wliarf,
InUndliK lo embark thv troutm ol the 'lentil
Lulu-d wits inlauiiy for Vi otk tiy.
An taeouipeUut pilot attcui4d to pa. i'ii ihe
cut to pieces;
24 in. high $2.90
Geo. V. Millar & Co.,
131 Wyoming Ave.
Walk in and Look Around.
t'C . . vl
im kmiIi oi tour toriner lull v . Your manhood 1' failing; ami
I'liiiliin.' im tonr-elf. Thrie U no time to lose. Impotence, like
Willi It jou tan make no rompromlie. Either
ttroni; tide of the Merrlmao and ittruck th
hidden rref hard. Tluec powerful tuga pulled
unsiicies.fully all the atlernoon In tho attempt
to lloat the but slii). Another attempt Mill be
made to float her at hlk'h tido lonlght.
LEDGER COAL ARTICLE.
Ily Kctiulte Wlto fiom The Auoclateil Pics
Phil.uli Iphia, Feb. 10. Tho I.cdffcr in its toal
aulile tomorrow ttlll .nv:
The anlhrielto toal trade his had un additional
ihm.iud f i "in (oiuumcrs during the pail ttick
s tho result of the colder tviatlier and latvcr
iFnui'i.tlou. Ihe trado continues In Mcellent
hiw. hi Iif only limited by the ability to mine
and hlilp Ihe coal, Ihrio being complaints in
tailous iiiarlrrs cf rhnrl taipply of tars and t
tmallri iiuniUr of inlnera are available at tome
it Hants tluu toithl otherwise be nit en rm
pl'itmtr.i. Tho market thus Ukea all tho toal
th.tt Is fortt.trded and fully maintains prices.
thlV the thoiousli harmony tihleh hat been
Kcuwd amonu (he companlok Insures a lontinu
ainc of the fitorahlc conditions nntv governins;
llie Hade 'Ihe January output of coal ttas tha
hrifrt monthly piodiutlon etcr ireonleil, 3,15,
no) ton), rompaud with S.OT'i.DOD tona In !.'
cepibti, and t.f.s.iTii) tuns ill l.inuiry, 1'm
II.iU.iii, 1 1 1.. 10. The f'utan constitutlonil
luiivi nt Ion iiiuipleted ilu teoik at last night's
hesniou, tilth Iho iM-cnllon of aetlllng the dead
loll; tthlih ttlll rtltti on Ihe question of at
teptiin: iht il.iuto that v. mild make flenerai
lalmn Gnmei illgiblc lo the presidency of the
(public. This mailer ttlll renin up again to
As both factions are very anxious to get
tho romtitutiou befote the United Platm con
glen), it is thought by some that a compromUi
ttlll be reached, but the feeling Is very blttei
ami Hit if Is a to.lblIlty that tin emitrntei ;
ttlll he prloiigril.