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THE SCRANTON TRIBUJMJMTOIDAY, MARCH 17, 1809.
7 30 Head Will Be Sold Today at Mc Slide's Big Hors3 Sale. laJC PHKJRnSUw9fi$Vt44ujll at tlie Presbyterian Draughtcrs, Drivers and Workers. Also, the fast Pacing Mare, "Mary W.," who can pace four or five heats in 2.20 wo think the fastest pacing mare ever offered at auction in Scranton. Come and see her go today, It SKIN GHArTINQ. Prank Collins Underwent a Tedious Operation Yesterday. Frank Collins undeivvcnt mi opera tion at Dr. Wheelers Private hospital yesterday," which Is expected to elftct his complete recovery from the wounds sustained In a stitet car accident some months ago. On the underflde ot his rlKht lee, just above the knee, was a wound about Htteeii Indies In eliunn foronce, oei which the skin icfuhed to riovv and the cpldeunls mcesarv to cover it was whaved fiom thu left leg and Kiafted on the wound It was a delicate operation and the moht ex tensive one ot the kind ever peifoimed in this c It j . Mr. Collins' many friend will be Bind to learn that Indications point to n uerrtet nMilt and that a Iok which at one time seemed utteily useless and even endauuered his life, will soon be as well and stioni; as evei THE SOLDIERS' BANQUET. At tho banquet to be nlven the sol dleis at Hotel Anthracite tonight the following menu will be solved: Mock tin tie soup, Chow-chow, Celery, Pickle, Pilme beef, au jus, Tuikrv. Cianbeiu same, Mashed potatoei, Stewed tomatoes, Green peas. Sweet com, Chicken salad. Ice cream, Cake, Coffee Tho tnaj-t llt Includes addresses by Major O'Neill, S Kimball Hon. John Kellj, Hon. .1 I Hejnolds and J M. Alexandot. Alderman S S .lone' iv III act as toastmaster, and vocal and Instrumental mule b home of our leading talent will bo icndeicd between tho other oxeiclses A special ien.U"st Is made by the committee ot auan;;e- ments that nil the soldlei bins appear tn uniform NEW BUSINESS. On Apiil 1, Thomas Vanuan will urn n a plumbing business in the s-toie loom to be vncated b Miss Alice IJullei, cornei of Chinch stieet and Salem ave nue, Mr. V'annnn has 101 man, vears been at the head of the plumbing de paitmeut ot Van Hijirhi As Co.'s , -tabllshment on Dttndalf niiee! Ills Ions exptiience cunnut fall to nnitiib ute s-ueces. to this nuclei takinc LOCAL AND PERSONAL. Miss Lena A'iley, of Cemeleiv htiet, has returned fiom Factoiyvilb Mrs C. It. Munu and daughtei, Mar lon, returned yesterday from Nineveh, X. Y, where they spent a month with relatives Kx-Coipor.il I.eioy liunncll has i-e-cured a situation as bookkcepei at Con tractor T. C. Hoblnson's nlllrc Jilts Agatha Dwyei has leturned Irom Aldenvllle, Wane couiuv wliiu she spent five weeks nursing the late Mis. Martin Fleming Mr-". T V. Walker, of South Main stieet. Is entertaining Mi". Itltev ami daughter. Lulu, of Susquehanna Mrs J. r Heynolds, of AVjomtnic Htreet. Is enleitalnlptr Mls Dat.. Har is of Wjomlng "inetcry. Pionk Schoonovei, of tin West dies tei Normal t-ehool. will leturn home toda tu upend his I!aste vacation Miss Ollva Heirins has rctuincd fiom an extended visit In Washington, D. C. Mrs. John Stands, of Hospital street, la not e.spected to live. Ttlnaldo Oeievlnl, Itillan iiil-hlminiv of Hutfulo, N. Y, Is the truest ot Ttev. It A Hocta Mr fJeievlnl Is also the lepresentatlve of 'The Voice ot the Truth,' the otllclal organ of the Italian Protestant churches of North ".ineilca. The Itev r Hhlntjer who has been In Ne-v Yotk for the pat week v. Ill health is Heel SfljEWL flyjwjy) r wf FfH&l Milwij?f q EAT MEN -3&tf-l Inn i ij nlve home today and will conduct ,enteii set vices In the Gorman I'th- eran church, coiner of Eighth avenue mil Church street this evening at 7 ."0, The condition ot Marie, the little daughter of Mr. and MrH N. L. Moon, was a little more encouraging last night. TAYLOR NEWS. Pleasantly Surprised Tonight's Events News of Inteiest. On Wednesday evening Mr. Anthony Schulthels, the popular dairyman, was agieeablo surpilsed at his home In West T.iyloi by his many fi lends of Wet Scranton. The guests were: Misses Ihuma Krnger, Ida C.ipp, Liz zie Krairci, Mrs Seagreaves, Nellie Moser and Messrs. Fredeilck Nells, Frederick Krager, Thomas Moser and George Kreger. The enteitalnment and social of the Kxcelsior Social club will be held In Webei's tink tills evening. A large number of tickets have been sold Tho ptogiamme follows. Insti umental election, Prof. P. J. Shine Huek and wing dance, Ljnch and Sullivan Duet Nicholas and GrlflUhs Comic song Thomas Walsh Whistling solo .... Pi of. W. J. Gaul Solo (selected) Miss Jane Jones Duet Uutlvan Sisters Uecltatlon D. G. Kvnns Itlsh comedian Thomas Coyne Solo . Miss Agnes Coine Pailtone solo John T. Jones Vocal solo Miss Nellie Cook Song and dance nthony Tuftey Comic song William Daniels nhd imitator Prof. W. J. Gaul Solo . Mtlllam McDonoug'i Inv Inclble commandei v, No. J32, Knights of Malta, will meet this even ing In Iteese's hall Mr and Mrs James Goodwin and l'nmilv, of this place, attended tho funeial of the former's mother, in Fac tor.vvllle. on Tuesdaj. A novel enteitalnment, to take place the tlis-t week In April, Is being pie purcil by the Junior league of the Mtthodist Kplscopal church , St Patiick's night will be celehi.ited lu old Forge bv an entettulnment and social tn be held at I' J. Fallon's rink, under the auspices of Division No 11, A. O H The following Is the pro gramme to be lenduied: Selection b the St Leo's Glee club, of Hdo Park, under the dliectlon of Prof, Edward Sullivan -olo Daniel Sullivan: clor dame Thomas Cuuev. address bv chairman, Attoinev M. F Com, of (Mianton, vocal -olo. Miss Blanche nanfleld. Miss Cora Lloyd, of Provi dence, and Miss Annie Kane, of Ilvde. Park i citation by Miss Tlossle IUn lleld npil Mi Oils Phillips, of Hde Park, violin and piano selection, Ml.ss Nellie Goidon solos. John Uaffey, nilns Joney, duet. McCoimack broth eis: and the last public appearance of Waltei Deckelnlck, the famous boy soprano Muse w ill be furnished by Mist. Jianie Sheains, of Saanton Tick ets, I," cents Hnteitalument com niences at S.30 o'clock. Mr. John 13 Kvnnp has letutned home fiom his tili to New York. The funeral of Maud Day took place eterday afternoon. The tunernl was private. Burial was made lu Forest Home cemetery. The fumil of the late Hobeit Mooie desires to letuin theli thanks to all foi .sjmpathy hhown dm lug tin slck nefcs and lecent death of the husband and father Mis. George Taylor, of Seiant )ii w-g the guest of her slstei, Mi IS J Dn vln. of Noith Tnjlor, csteiday A ginnd old countu tea party will be held In the Lawrcnceville Congre gational church this afternoon and evening The tea will be served from G to JO o'clock A tempting menu will be served The funeial of George, the four-year-old child of Mis Llewcllvn Dvans, of Gieenwood, who was killed on Tues da afternoon by being run over by a tilp of cart near the Gieenwood mines, ill occur this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Sen ices will Ik held In tho house by the Itev J M Llovd. rturlal will be made In the Torest Home cemetery. The Game club, of Keyher Valley, vdll hold a clay pigeon sweepbtake at George Jones' hotel, Aichbald mines, this afternoon. JERMYN AND MAYriELD. DR. E. C. WEST'S 1ERVE AND DRAIN TREATMENT THE UlIlu.tJAL,' ALL OTHERS IMITATIONS, (stoldundo? positive) Written iJuaruatco, sjonthoritod nsents only, to cure Wenk ttomory, Uitzlncss, Wakefulness, Ills, llsstcria, Q.iick. new. Niglit hoatea, i.vil Dromes, Tuaclc o( Conll. dence, KorTouanees, Laesitude, all Dralnc, Yoath. Jul Errorc, or Uicossivo tlf o of Tobacco, Opium, or liqaor, Tibioh leads to Mkery, Coneum ptlon, Inuonity and Uoath. At etora or by mail, SI a box; ilx for 11; with written uunrnntoo ta enro or reruuil money, Sample imclt. no, contain Ins fivo duju' treatment, witli full Inttructioai. JS cents, tlno Rninulo onlv Bold to Mcli person. Atitoroorbymail. ,137 itcn idci 'opeciaiif.w; BV A Mooslc correspondent, In spoaklnjr of Mi. Hvans, says. "Mr. Thomas II. Hvans, of River gtreel, one of the bor ough school directors, ha3 accepted a position na mine foreman under the Delawaie and Hudson company at Jer min. Mr, Hvans will remove his fam ily to Jermyn. They will be gieatly missed here. Mr. F.vans is a good citi zen, and his populailty was plainly manifested in the large vote which was rolled up for him at tho February elec tion, when ho was chosen one of the new borough school directors He was a foreman for many yeais under the Hillside Coal and Iron company. He was greatly respected for his straight forward and manly course towards all under his chaige. Desldes being a capable mine foi email, he has a thoi ough knowledge of civil engineering Ho will also be missed In church work here, as he Is an elder In tho Piesby terlau church and Its Sunday school superintendent. He also taught a class of joung ladles, who are very sorrv to lose their teacher." Mr and Mrs. Penrose, of Thlid street, recently celebiated their silver wed ding anniversary. Mrs. Peniose re ceived a number of beautiful presents, and the guests Invited to the celebra tion had a thoroughly pleasant time Among those present were: Mr. and Mrs. W. J Toman, Mr. und Mrs. Frank Ilaker Mr. and Mrs. Archie Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Josenh Waters Mr. and Mrs. James Harris, Mr. and Mrs. An drew Itlchards, Mr. and Mrs. 13. J. Dawe, Mr and Mrs. T. Sevmour Mi. and Mis. Michael Uobeits, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Peiij, Mcsdames Towler, Grlf llths, Will Depew, Greenslade, Mellow. Kussell, Mann, Martin, Lauder, Whit nev Toman. Mi and Mis. Hudson, Mr. and Mis Mott, of Forest City and Mr. and Mis Pa j liter, of Vandllng Harvev Van Kleek, Alva Whitley, Whitman all and Waltei finvder, of Camp ii. Sons of Veterans, attended the leceptlon of Camp S, of Scranton, given In honoi of the return of the membeis of tho older who served with the Thirteenth regiment .Mis. Samuel Pennj, Mi. and Mis. William Langmun and daughter and Mrs. Heniy Langman of Foutth stieet, spent Monday In Sctanton A little daughter has ai lived at the home of Mr and Mrs John Davltt. of West May field. ills. James Fdmunds, sr , Is conva lescing from an attack of sickness Mine Foiem.in O'lltien was confined to his homo on Second street yestei day with sickness Ray, tn of Mrs. Maiy Ldmuuds, of Mavlleld, was accidentally scalded ves- teidav with hot coffie D. J Williams was a Caibondale vis itor jesterday Mr and Mrs. Geoige Sm.illacoinhc ate visiting Sctanton friends. A son of Mrs. Tallet, of Mayfleld, had his hand painfully injured while en gaged at his vvoik In the new shaft, a few das ago. How's This ? We offer One Hundied Do11.uk lif-um,! foi anj case ot Catariii that can not ijfc cuied bv llall'n C.it.inli Cure. V 3 C11I3NEY -S. CO , Props., Toledo O We the undttblgned havo known F 1 Chcnoj for the lest 15 vears, and belli v him perfectly honoiable in nil bublntss minsiictlciu and financially able to cauv out any oliIlR.uions made by tlielr tirm West A: Truax, holeaale Diugglsts, Id. ledo, O Waldlng, Klnnan & Jlaivn, Wboelsait Druggists, Toledo, Ohio Hall's C'atanh Curo Is taken Intel nail . nctlng directly upon the blood and niue )as nil faces of the svsteni Price "He. pur bottle Sold b) all Diuptglsts Testlmi'n lals free Hall's Fanlly Pills are tho bent after services church. The friends of the Carollsm i-oclety of the high school were not disap pointed In their expectations when they heard on Wednesday evening the ora torical exorcises which were given for competitive purposes. "The Charge of the Light Brlgado" was given by John Iteap, Gavin Alkman. Charles Druftner, Harry Heap and Thomas Morton. 13aeh reciter was In the race to win and each rendition was n merltorlus one. John Reap was aw aided the gold medal "The Death-bed of Benedict Arnold" was the piece selected for the jjltls of tho class. The competitors wens Man- Reap, Annie Gllhooly, Ida Dome, Laura Toylan, Mary Walsh and Mar garet Dixon. The pilzo was awarded to Miss Dixon. MIsa Mary Bums In "Class Hlstoiy" and Wlllnm Golden, "The Ocean," were competitors In de clamation. The foimcr succeeded In carrying off the trophy. The excel lent work of the pupils on Wednesday evening will servo on a Btlmulus In their final work In June The Judges In tho competition were Profesiora Parks and Merit, of Plains. Misses Margaret Dixon, Thomas Ma- loney and Maty O'Malley will leave to moriovv to enter aa students In the Mansfield Normal school. Mlsst3 Kato Brehony and Matilda Clifford, after several days vacation, will accompany them. Rev. A. T. Broderlck. of Hyde Park, preached to St. Mary's congregation on Tuesday evening. The sublect ot his sermon wns "Fortitude end tho Passions of the Heart." Besides being practical. Father Broderlck Is a philo sopher and these, together with his earnest and, eloquent manner of ora tory, wields majestic powers rately ex celled Richard Rlcheusi announces himself as a candidate for delegate In the Third waul to the Republican county con vention. Mis. Frank Flock, ot Wllkes-Barre, was, a visitor nt the homo of Mrs. M. A. Flock this week. The Pennsv lvanla Coal company will pay their employes In this section to morrow . Thomas Hvans, formerly mine fore man at the Hillside colliery, has ac cepted a similar position with the Del ware and Hudson company at Jermyn. His many friends In town will bo pleased to leain of his deserved pro motion. Mr. Fvans' removal from Mooslc will accaslon a vacancy on their school board of the new borough . PITTSTON NEWS rMyvV'Qy TTJNKHANNOCK. AVOOA. mm Wk P9t'w C..1 f 1. cxira oircnnin. m For Imrmtoncr. Loss of rower, i.-oi juaauooci nusrimy or iwrrennooiij. ii ' tl u bail lx tr,r -,5. williSVrCVry ?irrittn KimrunioegCAs CFOnEor bVinMk -"" " 'AFf r.r For Sale by Wll'Um O, Clark, 316 Perm Ave P canton. I'a. . Chambei Iain's Cough Hemedy. This remedy is Intended especially for coughs, colds, cioup, whooping cough and iniliionza. It has beeomo famous foi its ones of these diseases, over a laige part of tho civilized vvoild. Tho jiust tlattuiUg testimonials havo been icneived, giving accounts of Its good woiks. of the aggravating and per sistent couphs It has cured, of severe rolds that have yielded promptly to Us soothing effects, and ot the dangerous attacks of croup it has cured, often ,avlnr the life of the child Tho exten sivo uso of It for whoopinc cough has shown that It roba that disease of all dangerous consequences. It Is especlal I) pilzed by mothers for their chil dren, na It never tails to eifect a speedy cure and because they havo found that theio Is not the least danger In giving It, even to babies, 113 It contains noth ing injurious. Sold by all druggists. Matthews Bios., wholesale and jetall agents. Mij Annie Thompson, daughter ot Mrs. Mulligan, of South Main street, Avocn, died on Wednesday evening, after t-eveial weeks' Kinesis. r ..eased was married sl yeais ago to William Thompi-011 who died thiee year after, leaving het to caro for two babies, Tennle, now five years, and Wil liam, three yeais All that medical aid and devotion could do wns don In or der to bring her back to health, bui it was unavalll.-.g. Iter only hope lay In the expectation of Joining her young er brother, Frank, at Pasadena. Cal , and there to remain several months. But Providence had deemed It other wise and so she passed away as peace ful as her life was serene. Mrs. Thompson pa&sca a rentlo and lovable naturo that endeared to her all her ac quaintances. Her care and dtvotlon to her blind brother. Heniy ,who died a few years ago, was aa marked as the same devotion ns was bestowed upon herself during her Illness. Besides her children and mother she Is survived by Mis Robert McCracken and Robed, of this place, William of Warrior Run Samuel, of Pittsburg, and Frank, tn California The funeral will take place tomorrow nfternoon at 2 o'clock. In terment will bo In Langcllffo cemetery, At the first meeting of the present borough council, held on Tuesday even ing, the following members were pie sent Messrs KUtildge, Brown, Sick ler and MenUc r absent, Messrs, Hun gerford and Rccd President Klttrldgo announced his committees for the year as follows. Streets, Ilungerford, Reed and Mentzer; lights, Slckler, Mentzor ard Reed; sewers, Blown, Slckler and Hungerford; ways anil means. Brown and Hungeiford Purgess W. D. Samp son urged the lajlng of a Bewer up Warren stieet to Haulson and down Iianlson to the corner of bildgc. with a spur on Washington street to provld'i for tho hose house and court house. A petition was presented from tho res idents ot the uppei end of Putnam btrec t, asking that a light be placed there This was refened to the com mittee on lights. Treasurer Hj sen- bach presented a statement of tho ex panse of the boiough for the past year, as fullows. Streets, J6T 23. lights, , JSi.b'l iewer bonds, J7S2.93. Hie de partment, $127; police, $31.12, adv ertls ilng, printing, etc., $187.17; property $31. Bills for euirent expenses were pre-s-ented and ouleied paid. The tom mUtee on fire alarm, appointed by Til ton hose company, was present and laid their plans and estimates before the council. Referud to committee. The cost of fne alarm Is estimated at l.'j Ui:IST3Il'r NoTIi'i: OT ACCOFNTS N'otlce Is hereby given that account ants have tiled their accounts In tho fi Uowing estates in the roglstei's olllce il Wyoming county and that the same will be piofcented to the orphans' court of said county on Monday, the 10th day of Apiil for allowance and r on fit mntlon. Final account of Jonathan Fair exe 1 utor of tho estate of George Carpenter, lai'e. of Bralutilm township. First and final account of Orlando Ccm,U'ck executor of the ctate of Unity champion, late of Noith Branch township. Fltst and llnal account of E. May Whlteman, executilx In tho estate of K A, Whlteman, late of Noxen town diip Final account of N. P. Sterling ad inlnb'tiator of the estate ot T. n. Ad gcr. late of Meshoppen borough. Third partial account of John G. Vdatnti, executor In the estate 01 Rich aid Volson, late ot Tunkhannock town ship W. N. Shaw. Register. PROTHONOTARY'S NOTICE OF AC COUNT:. The following accounts will come up for conllunation at Apt 11 term, 1SIO. Account of Albeit Bunnell, assignee of H. C Bunnell, of Meshoppen town blilp. Fifth account of C. O. Dei.shlnifi. ttusteo of Patrick Cahlll, of Tunkhan nock borough. N W. Reynolds, Prothonotary. Matrlage licenses wcie Issued Wed nesday as follows: To John Jefferson, Jr., of Wllkes Barre, and Cora Stubbleblne, also of Wllkes-Barre. To Jcmes L' Gieenwood of DImock, Susquehannu county, and Frances D, Button, of Springvllle, Susquehanna count. The fotmer couple were married yea teulav afternoon at the M. 13. Parson age bv Rev. 11. H. AVllbur. Mr. and Mis. Louis Hllkowich and daughtei returned yesterday from Iialtlmoie, where thev have been in attendance at the wedding of Miss Mar tha Mlllliauser, of Scranton, to one of Baltimore's prominent buplncss men. Dr. Sturdevant of Laceyvllle, and Dr. Heller, of Nl holon, members of tho pension examining board of Wyoming county, weie In town Wednesday. Full trensth, halth, tons aud clcTcluninem to every pnrtfuu of tliB tody. Eirecta of dLtertte, orcrw ork, worry. I IUC .UllllB U4 JUUIU ABU CX- 1 cmk of manhood oulcV.lv F cirrd. Appliance aud rrm cdlet lent ou triu) .Vo rumtu in odmntt. htaled tiartlculari free, corre spondence confidential. ERIE UEDIOAL CO.. DUPfALO, N.Y. I? rittcc fc tlTn ASD K menJ CATARRH In the head la cured by Hood's Saisapaillla, which eradicates from the blood tho scrofulous tnlnts that cause it, soothing and rebuilding tho dcllcots and diseased tissues. A Month's Mind Mass in Memory of the Lato rather Tlnnau -The Obse quies of the Lato James McDer mott and William lUgglns and n Sketch of Yesterday's. Theto has been no more solemn ser vice witnessed In this city than that which was observed In St. John's church yesterday morning, when a month's mind mass was celebrated for the happy repose of the soul of the lato Rev. John Finnan, who was both pastor of the church and vicar general of tho diocese. At 5.30 there was a lepresentatlve congregation In the large audltorum, and when the solemn procession of attending priests led by tho Rt. Rev. Bishop Hoban entered the sanctuary and proceeded up tlis center aisle, tho scene presented was both solemn and Impressive. Tho .el ebrant of the mass was Vicar General Garvey, and the responses were made by tho attendant priests who occupied both sides of the altar inside the chan cel rail. Tho choir comprising fifteen voices under the direction of W. L. McDougall sung the Gregorian miss, and this was executed In an excellent manner. At the conclusion ot the mass absolution was offered by Bishop Hob an and the large audience was dis missed. The following were the officers of the mass and priests In attendance: Rt. Rev. Bishop Hoban, Very Reverend Eugene A. Garvey, V. G., T. F. Quln nan, John F. Greve, M. Szedvldus, M Jankola, of Plttston; J. A. O'Reilly, J. J. Loughran, W. P. O'Donnell, George J. Stopper, N. J. McManus, M. E. Loftus, of Scranton, M. T. Crane, Avoca; A. Smeller, Plymouth; J. Die drew ontz, Nantlcoko: T. V. Klernan, Parsons; J. J. Curran, Fast End; Jamej Jordan, Old Forgo; M. F. O'Rourkc, Wllkes-Barre; J. P. Dunn, Avoca: S. Szpolanskl, Hudson, Pa,; B. Gramle wltz, Nantlcoke; William Gibson, Old Forge; Charles J. Goockel, P. C. Nagle, Wllkes-Barre, F. P. McNally, George town; M. J. Bergrath, White Haven; R A. McAndrews, Wllkes-Barre; E. S. Phillips, Hazleton; J. V. Moylan, Honesdale; J. II. Sandaal, Athens, Pa.; Thomas M. Haw ley, nonesdale. J. IL Judge, Nantlcoke; and T. F. Coffey, of Carbondnle. At tho conclusion of me ceremonies the visiting clergy were in vited by tke Rev. Father Qulnnan to a collation which was served by Red dlngton, caterer of Wllkes-Barre, In the large ball of the parochial school. Yesterday the obsequies of perhaps the oldest citizen In this place occurred In the afternoon. It was that ot tne venerable William Hlgglns, who died on Tuesday last at the age of 94 yeais. He had been a lesldent here for neiily half a century. He raised an upright and highly respected family, and jes terday they saw laid away the .re mains of one whom they could at t.U tinier look to for that advise vhl;h to them proved so valuable for their success in life. He now rests from the labors of a well-spent life. Another funeral yesterday afternoon was that of the youngest child of John McCormick, who died on Tuesday with convulsions. The deceased was a bright and promising little fellow, and the parents have the sympathy of many in the .severe loss they have Just sustained. The Intel ment wns in the Market street cemetery. On next Monday evening the lilooms buig Indians, of the State Normal school, will send up their ciack basket ban team and nn interesting game will be played In Phoenix hall with the Young Men's Christian association first team. The funeial of the late James Mc Deimott, a highly lespected old citizen of this valley and wbo.se sudden death oceuued on last Tuesday, took place fiom the old homestead esterdav morning, with a solemn high mass In St. John's church, on William stteet, and was attended by a large concouise of people. The seimon which followed tin service was a eulogy worth v of his modo of living, and also a chapter of comfoit to the allllcted family, who now mourn the sudden loss of their dearest friend. The intennent was In Maiket btreet cemeteiy. Mrs. Elizabeth Bryden and daugh tei s, Miss Agnes and Mis. H 13. Hughes, of Delaware avenue, are on a v ii.lt to New York. Totnuriovv afternoon and evening, Douglass, the magician and necrom ancer, in his gieat illusions and feats of deception, will be at Music hall. Ray Bosworth, the leporter of the WIIkes-Bane Times, swallowed some poison In mistake for medicine and had a serious time of It for a while yester day morning until relieved by a physi cian who was hastily summoned. This Is St. Patrick's day, and, owing to the recent death of Father Finnen, tho pioposed parade has been aban doned. Instead, there will be a special high mass, under the unangement made by the several branches of the A O. H , at St. John's church In tho evening there will In he vet a 1 balls and enteituinments, the formei by the Elite, Entls and 'Crystal Social clubs, while the ladles of St. Marj's church at tho Junction will furnish a. suppet and entertainment ill the Campbell's Ledge hotel. Many of the mines and mills will be suspended foi tho day, but altogether the dav will be quietly observed. George Hallstead, u miner in the Clear Spilng colliery, was badly burned about the bands and face by an ex plosion of lie-damp yesterday morn ing. Thomas J. Evans, who Is a son of tho mine foreman of the Stevens col llerv, nnd who wus kicked in the head sevcial weeks ago by a mule, has been taken to the Lackawanna hospital, whore ho will undergo an operation. It is only recently it has been dlscov eied that his skull is fractured Edward L. Gletz and Miss C B. Har los weie mat tied yesteidav at noon at tho Methodist Episcopal parsonage by tho Rev. Dr. Simpson, and shortly uf tet wards went to Blnghamton, where they will spend tho honeymoon with friends. They will reside on the West Side when they leturn fiom tho Parlor City. A district convention of tho Independ ent Older of Odd Fellows will bo held this evening at the hall of May lodge, Wjomlng, for the purposo of electing a district deputy grand master, and the transaction ot other business HOOD'S PILLS are the only pills to tnko with Hood's Saisaparllla. Cure all liver Ills. OLD rOKQE. ntontlnn Is further called to the (Tiand old countiy tea party that will be held at the Lawrence Congrega tional church today. Friday, Match 17, at 2 p. m and 6 In tho evening, A very enjoyable time will certainly fall to tho lot of those who will attond as Inn wiu prepuruwuua iijijuuiii uciu lu in1 occasion are complete, MADE !V A MAl AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CURL ii.i4jitriQU9 JJJewc lulling SJttn or IapoUiaca bUipltuiawu, &to . uU by Abuia or other KirMiu ana Indtr erotion. 27ieu quickly and. surtli restore Lnit itqUly In old or joane. ar- flt a rsin for KtinlT. hn lninr n-arrlnr-j irovcat Xaunity um Connamttloa i(S. uhblriiiA urinvi in me-llnt fmiiMtt r.eniand cffiota a UltC where all other fall Ir iHfiii'ln tin Thj 1st upon lurUa tho aenntao Alix l&tleU, i-irecirsriiueunsnaeanci win cars 70a. ua via w(n PTC Ii inunaT. rrimuu u wjinnt r all pknta (full treatment! for $?C0. 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