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THE SCTRANTOJT TllllIUiNlG FKIDAY MOTCNTXCr, ' MATICH 1, 1895.
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ill UK
OF THE
IV.i 11! fin
Mcst carefully anil piously traced with
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Bethlehem to Calvary
And tha Mount of Olives,
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in narrative and piftuit-n ut tlio iilace
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HON USD ALU.
Miss Kmma Kennedy, of Clinton, N.
T Is the gilcut nf JiiIIiih K, Hone.
Rev. John Jt. AlkliiBun, of St.
Genhre'H church, N. Y., will (ireaen nt
Clruce rhmi'h tmilKht.
Kdwtn V, Torrey, Jr., Is homo fur a
few dnys.
P. K. Karnhnm, of Port Jervls, railed
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TUMvHAXiNOCK.
The funeral of James TlnrdlnR, of
Kutonvllle, will occur at thut jihice nt
11 a. 111. today. He was tiu years of ae,
and died of liillaininatioii of the luiiKS.
Julm Madden, a youiifr man employed
at the harness making establishment
of CI. V. Kutz. narrowly escaped a
horrible death yesterday mornliiK. He
Is subject to epileptic Ills, and whil -eiiKHKed
in tending the tires one at
tacked him suddenly and he fell for
ward aKainst the stove. W. S. Kutu
was In another room close by, and hear-
Iiik him fall, ran out, ilndiim' him In a
sort of kneeling posture, his breast and
face pressed closely aKftlnst the red lint
stove. His cheek was horribly burned,
the skin coining off In larse pntches
and cIIiikIiik to the stove, and his
clothins smokliiK. Just ready to burst
into a flame. Had not assistance been
close at hand he would have been dead
In a few minutes.
Miss Lizzie MeKolvoy, who came
home to help nurse her brother-in-law,
E. E. Brown, has returned to Mans
field school, her aunt. comltiK to take
her place here. Mr. llruwn la material
ly better.
Dr. W. A. Sprout, fallins to secure
suitable rooms at Athens, will remain
here another year.
The notorious "alley italic;" were up
before the cadi aKain last nijiht on com
plaint of John Custard, who hIIokos
that they ussaulted him on l'.ridne
street, near the Montrose railway cross
ing, the previous evening. Kuilintf to
secure ball, they were placed In Jail to
await a further hearing. They are a
tuuKh lot, and their acts of hoodluniism
in the past were a disgrace to the com
munity. It Is to be hoped that they
will not t?et justice In homeopathic
doses this time.
Rev. timer Butler, pastor of the Evan
gelical duirch, has accepted an offer as
teacher of Instrumental music In
Schuylkill seminary, Kredrlcksbun,',
Pa., and will in-each his farewell ser
mon on Sunday next. The Evangeli
cal conference meets at York next week
and It l:i expected that another minis
ter will be sent to take his place.
It Is alleged flint W. V. Richmond,
the detective who has made himself
somewhat notorious in connection with
the Waterman murder case, has de
sert d his wife and child at Pittston
and skipped lo parts unknown, alter
sp. m! inn ne:.rly all the money Inherited
I. K-r. She wan A'isn Addle Robert,
a d.'inrlu' " of Henry Rogers. "uf (Vntro
U' rel.md.
While potm I Ins hot Inm In his black
smith :-iiep " ''iiV or two shve Charles
Mi Vi.-ar v,r 1 t'.triiel; over the eye by
a !h'ie pi, f ; and his fuVe badly burned.
Tie chunl- of I rod was hot enmiirh f.ir
ii weld, and the escape from losing Ills
eyesight was narrow.
The limy Candy company will re
move their manufacturing plant to the
dray block April 1, and Ered ,lenninns
will associate himself with J. W. and
D. E. Gray, and tho bakery nnd con
fectionery business all carried on un
der one llrm name.
Work on the bridge nbutments will
be begun by M. V. Wandall tomorrow.
The snow Is wasting nway quite rap
Idly, and much uneasiness Is felt lest
there should h rainfall enough to
cause a breaking up of the Ice. A hard
rainfall now would probably send ev
ery bridge In this vicinity toward the
Chesapenke P.ay.
The Epworth league will practice
singing from the new evangelistic song
books at their session tonight.
Mrs. M. H. Drown nnd daughter, Ella,
have both been ill this week with threat
ened pneumonia.
Nelson W. Tice, of Nicholson, and
Bertha M. THnkley, of Lenox, are new
matrimonial candidates.
PKicKimim.
All tho members of John Wesley's
castle, Knights of the Golden Eagle,
are requested to meet at their hall
this evening, as business of Importance
is to be transacted.
Morlie Barrett, ono of our prospering
young gentlemen, will open a barber
shop here in the near future. He Is
well riniillfied for the business, having
served hl3 time In Donnelly's barber
shop.
James Adams, of Jermyn, called on
friends here yesterday.
Our streets are In poor condition. The
ditches are filled with ashes and other
refuse from the dwellings.
Jacob Miller Is still confined to his
home from Injuries received In Storrs'
mines.
William Carpenter, of Ilinghamton,
made a business trip here yesterday.
Joseph T)avenport is confined to his
home with rheumatism.
Miss Nellie Swift, of I'nlondale, railed
on friends here yesterday.
The Prloeburg (llee club Is rehenrslng
for their entertainment, which will be
held next month.
fleorge Perry, of Plymouth, mnde a
business trip here yesterday.
James Donnelly has accepted a posi
tion with tho Klmlra Telegram as news
agent.
K BYST0XKjuiAl)E3l Y.
Principal Doomls Is still confined to
his room and Is little better.
The contestants for the n'nnual prize
speaking of the young ladles were ap
pointed last week, Thursday. They
are the following: Stella lliilley, Doan
nky Humes, Ethel Carr, Vlda Cramer,
Eannlo Manny, Louise Mace, Mnrthn
Tuylor, Jessie Kommerer, Jennie Reyn
olds. The contest will be held the last
Friday evening of this term.
"The Present Hond Issue" wns the
subject for dlsousslon at thp Current
Topic league Monday.
Our telescope has boon repaired nnd
Is again ready for use. t
Howard Swallow and lllehnrd Hen
wood were transferred from associate
to active members of the Young Men'n
Christina association, Monday,
A large number of the students spout
Washington's birthday nt home, The
young ladles who reinulned celebrated
by having a candy pull Saturday even
ing. Mothers! ' Mothers! ! .Mothers'. ! !
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Hyrup ha beyn
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teething,
with perfect success. It soothes the child,
softens tho gums, allays all puln: euros
wind colic, and Is the best remedy for
diarrhea. Bold by drugKlsls In every part
of the world. Ha sura and ask for ".Mrs.
Wlnslow's Southing Hyrup," and take ho
other kind. Tweuly-flve ctnta a bottle,
Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Powdfer
CA It HON DA LB.
Yesterday afternoon nt 3 o'clock oc
curred the funeral nt the late Mrs. Mary
A. Andrew. Services were conducted
at the residence, 5 Washington place.
Rev. William M. lllller, or Tunkhan
nock, Pa., olllclated, assisted by Rev.
T. E. Jepson, of the llerean Baptist
church, and Rev. William Edgar, of
the Mcthodht church, of this city. The
remains were Interred in Maplewood
cemetery. The pall-bearers were Messrs.
10. M. Peck, William" Johnson, John
Dennis, Pierce Butler, (!. W. Reynolds
and T. C. Robinson. Anions the out-of-town
people who were In attendance
were: William Hathaway and Mrs.
Ralph Dennett, of lllng'hamton, and Mr.
and Mrs. D. W. Truex, of Merrick.
Charles Jay, who has been In this
city for the past month, will return
to his home in Nineveh, N. Y tills after
noon. Mrs. Charles A. Mall Is In Philadel
phia visiting her brother, Alfred Lester.
Mrs. A. S. Lewsley will upend today
with friends In Forest City.
This evening being the llrst anniver
sary of the Ladles' Auxiliary to the
Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen,
they will celebrate the event by hold
ing a reception nnd banquet in the
Keystone hall.
A new bus was put in use yesterday
by the proprietors of Hotel American.
Marry Miller has returned from n
visit with his grandmother In New
York state.
Mrs. John Ferrell, of South Church
street, on Wednesday fell on the icy
walk In front of her house and frac
tured her leg.
Ered l'.uilcy, of Canaan street, has
accepted a situation with Ered Top
ping. Mrs. Evan Williams left yesterday
morning for Chicago. having been called
there by the critical illness of her sis
ter. Mrs. Samuel Henry, who was a
former Carboiidale resident.
Julius Spaeth and Charles Morris
Went to New York yesterday to pur
chase a slock or drugs for their new
store, which they will open April 1 In
the Ltader building.
Daniel McMulleii moved his family
into the Mohrs' building on Salem ave
nue vesterday.
The Delaware and Hudson mines
were put on three-quarters time yes
terday. WAVKKLY.
Miss Anna White, of Blnghamton, Is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Squire.
J. M. Courtrlght returns to the veter
inary college at Washington, D. C, to
dny. A. J. Colborn, Jr., and Henry T. Koeh
ler were visitors here the other day.
Considerable credit Is due to Master
Leroy Northup. The Tribune currier
boy, having missed but one delivery of
our dally paper this long and severe
winter; ami that occnslon on account of
the Immense snowdrifts.
Mrs. Sterling Bedford is able to be
out again after her long Illness.
Mrs. M. L. Dean, widow of the late
Smith D. Dean, formerly of Waverly,
and sister of our townsman, B. M.
Green, died at her home at St. Paul,
Minn., last Monday evening. Eeh.
She is survived by her two daughters.
Anna nnd Nellie, and one son, John, all
of St. Paul.
Mrs. Julia Collins, mother of Mrs.
Thomas Jenkins, of Waverly, died at
the High Works, Providence, Wednes
day morning. She Is survived by an
other daughter, Mrs. Julia Mulchrone,
of Providence.
Dr. N. C. Mackey, who has been con
fined to the house with the grip, Is
again able to attend to his patients.
Rev. F. H. Parson will hold services
at the Methodist Episcopal church next
Sunday nt 10.30 a. m.
Rev. A. Bergen BroWP will fill the
pulpit nt the Baptist church next Sun
day nt lii.M a. m. and 7 p. m.
Misses Hortenso nnd Georgia Knight,
of Pittston nre the guests of Mrs. Ross
Sherman.
HALLSTEAl).
Mrs. Shaw Is visiting her son, Ed
ward, In Buffalo, N. Y.
Rev. John Dnvls will address tho
Gospel meeting at tho Railroad Young
Men's Christian Association hall next
Sunday afternoon.
The tea at W. E. Barnes' Wednesday
netted the Methodist ladles about V.
There will be communion services at
the Presbyterian church next Sunday
morning.
Mrs. Corby, of Klmlra, N. Y., Is vis
iting friends In this place.
A fine orchestra of nine pieces has
been organized at the Railroad Young
Men's Christian association. All are
experienced musicians. Following nro
tho Instruments they-plny: T. J. Con
nors nnd W. W. Adams, first violins;
John Connors, second violins; W. E.
Barnes, llrst cornet; W. M. MeCrenry,
second cornet; .1. B. Renlger, clarinet;
W. ". Adr.lr, trombone; Mrs. W. W.
Adair, piano.
The annual meeting of the Woman's
Homo nnd Foreign Missionary societies
will be held at the homo of Mrs. S. 11.
Chase, next Mondny nfternoon.
Willing to Try.
From tho Detro't Tribune.
There wns n soft, sud light In tho eye
wh'eh wns next to him.
"No," she repen '.ed.
"I'crhniis," he suggested, desperately,
"you could li nrn to luve mo."
She pondered.
"We ni'ttht rehenrso a few times," she
finally fullered.
It wns evident, however, Hint she was far
from hopeful.
.
I'nr tho I nlr Sex.
From the Detro't Tribune.
"Won't It l lovely whi n we girls vole?"
said Mrs. KohlclKh. '
"Yes," replied Mrs. Glcllthlng. "Only I
do hn;io they'll hnve room enough on the
l"i4lols for a postscript."
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IF Vnil SIIFFFR from Nor-
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arl f 0111 over IndalKeneo and self abuse, sa
Lose nt Memory and Power, Idiiines of Via
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eanos that lend to lunnity or Consnmpttoa
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Address till AY MKUR1NK C.i.. Buffalo.
K.Y. The hpocino Medl, ln Is sold by all
driiKglit.it i per parks-,, or tlx t ackairea
for Si, or aent b mall on receipt of iiionu,
and with every 5 00 trd.r UfC nniRIKTEE
rare or mon.y refunded. Til 'HTmii!
IWOn aei'O'int of oountarfalta wo hve
adopted the Yellow Wrapver, tha only Rtnii'
lua. UM lu tkrautua by ilattlinwa bt.
I
UUCKNELL NOTES.
W. p. Qretzlnger hoa been transact
ing business In Philadelphia for tho
past few days. . r
The athletic contest held in the gym
nasium on Feb. Tl was a. marked suc
cess. The contestanta showed the re
sults of good training and were enabled
to give a very creditable exhibition.
The class of '!IS scored the greateiit
number of polntH.
A large delegation of the college boys,
as well as mime from tho academy, will
attend the Young Men's Christian asso
ciation Danville district convention, to
be held at Danville, Pa., March 1 to X
, Robert .1. Burdette will deliver his
famous lecture upon the "Rise and Fall
of the Mustache" In Bucltnell hall on
Thursday evening, March I I, ISilii.
We are very much delighted to henr
that, the state board .of Young Men's
Christian association have dtcleded to
hold their annual convulilion of college
Young Men's Christian association
presidents ut Bucknell university. This
means considerable work, but the spiri
tual condition of our association proves
ItNoir willing to labor for the Chiistlan
cause.
HAW LEY.
Although the few warm days of this
week has settled the snow some, there
is still about three fret of snow in the
woods and lumbermen are having u
good opporl unity to get In logs.
It Is reported that J. S. O'Connor has
sold his entire mercantile business nt
While Mills and will make this his fu
ture home, us his glass cutting business
demands his entire attention.
J. S. Ames and wife, who are at Tam
230 Lackawanna Ave., Scranton.
Our Great Stock of
Huts, riii'iiishini;s.
SUITS
AND
3
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The People Delighted ami Astonished
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Overcoats.
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Hoys' Doublc-Breasted
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$4.75
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7.50
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11.37
1.29
THE BELL
CLOTHING HOUSE,
230 Lackawanna Ave.
SIGN OF THE BCLL
1 I (Ciefl
THE BELL
IT SEEMS LIKE CRUELTY
To throw awrty kmh1h nt mit-h (Inures tin those t( noted lnlov, hut wlmt me
w 10 iiiiy 11 won t p:iy to more tiicni, una wu'vo K"t to prut rid or tliuin
licfoio April 1st. No nmtttr wlmt wo ronll.e on them. Wo bought tha
mock 111 Micnii Miic, "lor lii'iiL-r or lor worst';" wo took clmnceson It tuid
thought wo wrru en fa wlion we got It nt a littlo loss thnii -l(l on tho dol
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XOW COMK DOWN TO
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2U0 I.inllea' conn, nnaorted: no poor
finea iiniouit tin in Jll.00
r,l) pairs coi'HHtH, all HorlH mill tine,
mine A I iiiiiillllea iiiiiiiiik llieiu.. ,36
luilo. I.uille' liixclniitorH fi illlTureut
ntylcs. Pick ut 20
Kill pair all wool lilunkctx, 11-4 nine
Value U nml 17. I'liolce now..., 2!I9
TlilR price from oponliiK hour till noon
only.
2tHi dun. nil wool half hose. Were I'm
anil urn'. t'hoU'x (. Monday mile)., ,16
ZM ilox. mid mid elulx underwear
natural Ki'ey. i'uuiela hiiir and
Hcnrlel, every Kiirmcnt atrlctly
wool, riiulce till noun only &
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pa, Fla., report very fine weather at
that place, with the thermometer regis
tering from CO to 70 degrees each day.
They are very much pleased with the
south.
Tho Epworth league are making
preparations for"a concert to be given
In the Methodist Episcopal church pnni"
time next week. John Stmpkltis is
president of the leugue, and as he ia a
thorough worker the league will no
doubt prosper under his direction.
There Is to bo a change in tho man
agement of the Haw ley Times. The
present publisher nnd editor, N. E.
House, will retire this week and the
paper will be edited and published by
Stewart Dreyer, of Stroudsburg, who is
spoken of as a practical newspaper
man.
WYOMING.
Mrs. A. E. DeWolf and Mrs. Alvln
Robinson nltended the Ladles' Foreign
missionary convention at YattHVllle yes
terday. ' The Wyoming Hose company No. I
received a very line Seneca Falls lime
cart and 1,0(10 feet of hose yesterday.
They will hold a regular meeting this
evening and test It.
V. S. Bobbins died Wednesday of,
gen.'inl debility, aged fH. He leaves a
wife nnd four children, three sous and
one dauggtei'. Funeral Saturday at 2
p. in. in the Cnrverton church. Inter
ment In the Curvei-ton cemetery.
Ferdinand Hreese died Wednesday at
fl."0 p. m. aged fill years. He leaves a
brother, Mart, and two sislers, Mrs.
Frances Smith, of this plnce, and Mrs.
Lizzie Burnham, of Boston. Funeral
Saturday at 10.30 a. 111. at the home ..f
his slh'ter 011 Wyoming avenue. Inter
ment in Wyoming cemetery.
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1'oUowlng Specials :
llldui. knit Hliliix. Homo ull wonl.oth-
era half wool, etc I',
Clienllle tnlilc cnvcr..hilet deHlirun. hrnvv
imillty, 4-4 Hlao 41! n, li t Hlatu li."ic. S-l nine
l'" pieces craHh towelhiK. till 9 n. m. each
iiioiiiliin i-sio. a yiinl.
Ii idecea liuht inlnt ciiIIcom, 10 yda for
nc tin in n. in, eiicn inornniK.
riitil do. tuimlkcrehlcfN. All klnila 2 Vie each,
. till noon.
KXTKA BPKf'IAU 1(10 do. flno lmnulrlcd
HhlrtH whiten and prliitH, very extru
UUullly 4.1c.
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" $50,000 worth of Dry Goods, No
tions, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing
Goods,nillinery, Cloaks, Furs, Infants'
Wear, &c,
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The steady increase of our business
compels us to enlarge and remodel the en
tire store for spring trade, aud as the stock
will be in the way
WILL SELL ftT
E 111
400 and 402 Lacka. Ave.,
Scranton, Pa.
Japanese Four-Panel Clotb Screens at $4.00 each, ia
Dark Green, Red, Black, Orange and Drab.
OAK AND WHITE EASELS
White and Gold Table,
White and Gold Book Shelf, -
UMBRELLA STAND
Closing out a lot at
SPECIAL
Onyx Top Brass Table,
NEW LOT 64, 84 AND 104
CEienilie Table Covers
EVERYTHING IN
UPHOLSTERY GOODS
CORD, GIMP, ETC.
406 and 408 Lackawanna Ave.
BRANCH AT CARBON DALE.
"ECQlilY" TALK.
THE ENTRANCE TO
THAT HOME OF YOURS
Would be greatly improved lry the presence of one of our cle
Hniitly designed
HALL RACKS
We show some fifty odd designs, Hinging and Standing. Prices
range from fifty cents to lorty-li.e dollars. Your ideas will
Miiely.lie m.-t within this great ian;c. Don't you think so?
We were mrnrised at the number of visitors in our Baby
. Carriage department within the last few days, but we were not
surprised at the admiration bestowed on the vehicles. This
season our display consists of the peerless
"HEYWOOD"
; AM) THE EVER POl'lLAK
"Downing Sleeping Coach,"
For which wc arc sole agvMits. Mothers, we can interest you.
, Our ever handy and
L1KKHAL CM EDIT SYSTEM
Will aid you lo give the darling baby Sll comforts.
IN CARPETS
We have , 500 yards of Heavy Ingrain at 32 Cent a yard,
worth double.
To out-of-town buyers Coods packed and delivered to
destination Free of charge.
ECOMV FURNITURE GO I
SCR ANTON'S HOME PROVIDERS, E
225 AND 227 WYOMING AVENUE. I
ANY PRICE. 1
$1.70
3-oo
90c. each
$4.75 each
era i cm.
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