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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNTC-FRTDAY, MARCH 24, 1890.
WHITNEY'S WEEKLY BUDGET OF NEWS JONAS LONG'S SONS. JONAS LONG'S SONS. JONAS LONG'S SONS. j They in crowds to attend these great Friday sales of ours that form the supreme trading event of the whole week. MOHMONS WILL PURCHASE THE OLD M'KUNE HOMESTEAD. come .. W .1 Tho Houso Will Bo Removed to P-ftU IiAke City and Used as a Museum, A Bunch of Mid-Week Salad Tho Local News Record Ordinary and Extraordinary Kept Up to Date. Personal and Other Topics Discussed. Siuclnl to the Si'rnnton Trillin t riupqueliunnn, Mnrch 23 -It If t ioii- oil that a potllcm or tin- oin .u is.une houso at West Susquehanna, in hit h Joseph Smith, ntslstod by tlatrls and Cowdcrn, tratiHlutcd the Mormon Bible, or "Book of Mormon," "111 be pur chawed bv tho Mormon elders In this section, nnd tnlcon t Salt Lake City, where It will njjaln bo put together and placed In a mweum. Deli-nations of Mormon"! have at different times vis ited the old home and been greatly In terested In It In tho little temeteiy near the homestead rent tho remains of Joseph Smith's Hist child, and upon the Skinner hill, n mile or so distant, can still be "seen the excavation made by Smith nnd hli dupes for a treat Mor mon temple. somt: midwhhk salad. When the woild looks dark and gloomy. And life seeing a sad, sad plight, (Jet up and wash your windows, so Your soul can see things light. Kloatlet The piudent man, says a man ot ex perience will not encourage the talk of IiroEpeilty Just ut this season, when his w Ife Is looking at tho Kaster bonnets. Oh Is should not fall In love with a man on account of a stunning overcoat. Of what use will it le next July 3? An Oakland man saved up $50 to gel a dhoiue from his wife. There has been a happy reconciliation, and the wife has the $50 In hand to buy n. now cook stove and a new- Taster bonnet. THU LOCAL N'HAVS IlECOHD. The Erie Is tt sting four mutnmoth passenger locomotives, built at the lialdwin Locomotive wot Its, In Phila delphia They am heavier than the en gines heretofoie In use on the Kile. The funeial of Mrs. John Dodge, of Montrose oceuned on Tuesday nftei noun Intument In the ijnesboio comet ei j A V Cook thinks seikiut-ly of start ing .1 dally newspaper in Wavoily, X. V It Is easy to stait ,t dally papet. It Is haider to keep it stutteil The boaid of tiade has been discuss ing "Hsu Ings Hanks " Suburban residents t oiiiplnlu of the lncuihions of ptedatoty tramps. in Madison, N. J.. March 10, Mrs. r. A .lurisch, fotmctU and for seeral cnis of Susquehunnu. was united In mairlage to Samuel It. Mooney, of ltah n. Lile liose ronumnv "ill hold a fair In Hociui opei house, June 1-5. OFT OK Tlii: OliDIXAUY. Tin festive Cijtstnl LaKe correspond ent of the Forest City News ailses to retnatk 'The prov.ti Icntor fiom Sus quehanna Is at his old tricks again. It will soon be time for his annual nop of snake stoiies Things may go hard with 'Whir when he comes to settle up ' Posslhl . but let's lune a good time betoie the da of settlement We will be a long time dead. A young man in Henkk stalled tor Monti ose to get a mairlage license. When he ,inled at the eouit house the olIicPB weie closed. He Invested In a pair of shoes and walked home pei fecth satisfied. It i claimed that a double-jolkod egg was recently hatched by a hen neai Crystal Lake. The fanner wa gieatly amazi d to llnd two little chicks giown togethei after the fashion of the Siam ese twins. Some boys near Crvstnl iAike claim that thev saw a blaeksnake, last full, run at full speed down a steep hill. Jump ton feet high, nnd capttuo a sop Micker, which was drilling a hole In the baik of a pine tiee with Its shaip beak. Last August, a Carlxmdale tt.iln dis patcher, fcveing a snake llng In the Kid Gloves We give the best possible attention to our Kid Glove department quality, flexibility and lit are prominent here. At $1. 50 Ladies' Dress Kid Gloves. At $1.00 Our M. & H. Gloves are superior to nil others sold at the price. At 75c We have a surprise Glove in nil the Spring shades. UptoDate Neckwear, Scarfs, Ties an Stocks In Point de Sprit Mulls, Lawns, Liberty Silks, Mous lin de Soie, Etc. Collars Ladies' Liueu Sporboro Collars iu all the new shapes. 2,000 Fiue Liuen, (uo better made) 12c Dress Trimmings Exquisite new designs in Applique, Alloon Chenille, Bow Kuots, Butter Flies, Sec Pieces, Mohair and Silk Bauds aud Braids. Silk Waists Special attention is iuvited to our display of fine Silk Waists. Thej' will surely please in style aud fit. Satins, Taffetas, Peau de Soir, Stripes, Plaids, Biaderes aud Plain Colors. mm & HAGEN, fyWll,C OlSSRf PA. " Ijo f n . n K ex& .p. , ,t ,- - . S A: fto. &. nv CM V v t S if & f jr S- liners in irtintic U'li load near Ciystnl Lake, plodded It with an umbtella. The snuke .stialghtuned Its body, spread out two long wings like a giii-e ai ose In the ah, and Hew III toss the Held. IN" Sl'SQI'nilAN'NA e'Ul'NTY. The gland Jiu will meet Maicli '.'7. Klrst week of lOuit begins Apili 10. A ilistilel Sunday school onventloti was held at Lake lew on Wedni sday. Tho liookln si aded school com meneeimnt '"ulsts will be held this evening. Montiose Iatlss Intend having a now c lunch edifice The Kivo Stales' Milk Producers' as sociation whii li has luc-il st etions in Susquehanna countv, a few dnvs since closed n eontt.ut with the New Voik sjndicate, at 2'j cents net avenge jici quail for the jear. Unllstead e? poets tlvit the Dclawato, Lackawanna and Western shops in 11 mlra will be letnoved to that borouj.'h. Hon. John Wesley Mi gill, ot .lack- 415417 Lackawanna Aye, iAS.QisSQ.s, It ' er.Jx ia rra i-it - 2'i0 &&. : NJewVoHKOFfict: I HI FRANKLIN STPf t.ACKAWANNA&WYOM'lNG AVCNUCS, xJrcrtrt&tf'f' Marc), 1893 ISyJt JPU &L I .. ' Ye Jr Afy V'Airti W-,Vowi H wjzjzx -m ,iW-0'hytu-n0r9 .that of our SEMI-ANtfUAL SHOT? OP Cortainly there is no event within tho Storo so much anticipated and propnrod for. FRIDAY .... and .... SATURDAY Kill bo Reception Days here. We havo exhausted evory effort to attain perfection in thia Showing. How well we have suc ceeded, you can best judge. If the best efforts of the beat the florid, coupled with thoco of our own staff designorr, and orlginatorn, will be the banner exhibition ever made by any houco out of Hew YorK and Philadelphia. Rgftaectfully , son. will not leniovo to Aikiin-jw. He has put chased a tnrm In Thonis m i ti:st ri:oM tillwatiiii. (I'mm the Stillw.itni Paialr.) Wlilskej s,Mlith wis on a itiilblc hs-ndi l tin othei nlKiit. UV wondee If 1'el' l Jnkls Is sellliu; whiskey on the old iim liiitloii Hair.v WiUht h. t. been Riven up by all the doctors. Tl ey say he Is found eied Oood-bve. WilKht .Iihn Ml.ick's niw took tile last week, but lileuds soon put the llanies out by tho use of one bottle of liinwn's ev ttact. John should i.ui on . i thes hand qieiiades in i .im- nl enieisiciu Sir Uavvell MoNc-il had Rood ftint; hoops put aioiiud his In ad lv a Vand lintj cooper, but to no avail as his head swelled up the Hist time he nvt some Kit Is on the street and away went tin hoop. He 3iij- now he Intends to have Hill Smith put on wagon tir.s. as he knows thiv will hold. Thoie Is a ceilnin voumc ladv In town who Is fast hocinnlriK a nuisance She's always on the stiect. meddling and tt ndlnK to ev eii body's buslni 's but In r ow n. In nppearatu i c slie loi ks like the runnliu,' km of a urassji jpptr, and about able to balance feminine scales. The Paralvyer intei.ds to lead her pod li?iec If she doesn't stop her foolishness and Kosslplm;, etc. i.v a rr.w LINKS The biirnlais who iccently lobbel and maltu'ct.'d the P.mlik Mnloiy inmily, at -ht. Susquehanna. ,ne still .it laige and likely to be for some lime. Mi j. eleoro Khchy, of lhle aveme-, died on Tuesday cviiihiK. nued fi'i e.irs. The lunei.il will occui on Tridni. Or Wtavei, of Wllk. s-li me. will lectuie In Jlouan Op"ra house. April 11. Sublcet, ' id membr.inces of Camp Life." L W. ciimeh has hem ciantid an oilglnal pension of ! iiei niot h The Hinior that tin Mm sail syndicate lias a desire to capture the Tunkhun lloek, NleholMin and L.inesboto i.ul lotul, has no foundation In fact. The several churches of this place are pieparlntr for L'astor seivleis. FLOTSAM AND ILTSAM The Loial Aicinum held a pleasant banquet In Odd Fellows' hall on Tues day oenfng. Sutrjuehanna council, Xo. 3S4, (Ml ho llo Henevulont Li lou, w 111 hold Us t.ee ond unnual ball Monday ovonlncr, Apill 3. Tho WestliiKhouse air biaUo car will remain here about a mouth. LxperU will Instruct tialnmen In tho usu of tho brake. Mis. IteKainlo flix-pniy, of West chinch btre.jt, 1ms siistnlneil a second Htoko of paialysN, anil Is In a seilous condition. Itepubllcan cardllatcs for heiirf np bobbliiK up s-renely In the several township". Thcio Is no law against It. Whitney. TUNKHANNOCK. Dr. C. J. Irvln, uneeiil iiKUit of the Aetna Flie Insurance, eonipany, auivnl In Tunkhannoek on A'eclnesilp iftci noon for tlif puipjse of adjusting the lose3 which his compenv siiffoied through th it-cent 111 o lien- Policies In the A'tiii weie held bv T. It den. vllle on his stock of cliugs, and by fh. 1850-1898 Known over tho world as a Btaplo remedy i In boxes only. cymfcM 1L ? ,J U ifjKA.T. rtf ThttJTODi in - interested than in MILLINERY. serve as any criterion, C. H O'Neill on his Instruments unci uinltuii'. settlement has- ali.aly been leaehed as to the dam. it:- i th blllldlllj,' oieiipled b tin ilruir tou. and a soon as the less in "-t.iek 11.11 be a.llustnl, renali'- will be made un the building, anil Mr. 'Itemille will up u a-ilti with a in vv -tneK. Henry AV. I.illi li.ud. lepiexentlim the llartfoiii Inxuratic e i nnip.in.v. wus it tuwn un Tue'ibo and WVdm iln fi.r the iuirii-e of -ettlini,' the lo-s on the Mill City hidel pinpeity Or. I). W. Stunli vain, of L.uiv llle. and A. Kellei, of Nlclmlsun. weie li town un 'edin-da for the purpose uf iittonillllK the meet I li fr of the l nlon boaid or ' limine: countv. M. J. lA'onnril whose stoie and lesl denee were bmn'il out In the recent lire in the Gray bleel;, his ieiit.il th house of O H. TVWItt. In th. Klrst vwud, "nil will lemove then ;ii.UIiik tilt lepilis v'ilcl. must be made on th hulldiiur. Attiinevs c A. n?ii-liiniei and 1'h.n. 12 Tirv, aceompanlcd oy Jn-uintH " Am ill f". 1" 1"isllliner were in Xi sei on Weiluesil.iv Judson I.utts. of N'o'pii, who h.n been conflnea In j ill heie In default of I) li! In a suretv of the iau cast, was ieltii-LU on Wednesday. Clinmbei Iain's Cough Remedy. Thl leim dy l Inttiided espi i l-ilb for eoiiKhs, (olds, croup i hooping rmiuh and lufluena. It has bivomc famous fui its tines of thcsn diseases, over n ... " p.ut of the elvllls-ed wculd The most tluttciliiR ttstlmonlalh have b, in iceelveil, Klvlng necounts of its pood woiKs of the aijKiavatiniv anil per sltenl coukIis it has euied ot siviie colds that ha.e yielded imimpily to il soothint; effects, aivl ot the lingenni altackb ot cmiip It has cuid, cifteii savins the life of the ehllil The esl- n she use of it for whooping much has shown that it robs that illseas of all dan' us (iiiisr(Ui nc-i's, K is epeeial Iv pilynl by nintheis for the.- ( bll ilien, as It never falls to effeet -i speedv cure, and bee uite they have fctind thai there Is not the leapt danqer In k'v Iiut It, even to babies, as It contains noth ing In Jul tons Sold bv all diusslsts Jlatthevvfi Uros.. wholesale nnd letall agents. ARCHBALD. Mis. Patilik O'lloio, an i Id and ic spected lesildent of Atehbald, pjssed avva 'Wednesday evening at her hmni on Salem stteet. The funeial will taKr plate Satuidiy at 10 o'clock a. in with a high mass of re'iulcin Interment will he made In the Patholie cemetery. Miss f'lara MeNairuia. of I'lttston. Is being en tei tallied by Sllss Delia C'ovue, of Hill stieet. llev. .1. Mnlone pie.iched the Xenteii serviceH ni St. Thotius' thuuh Wed nesdav evening. TIk funeral of the lato V.is DHun Munley took plaee Wednesday muin ing after ,i high mass of ieiieni In tel ment was made iu the Catholic cemetery. GeoiL,c) Mllhaus ntliuuil to his liable in New Yolk eit. after a week's visit with his mother on Main uticet Mr. Thomas Kittrm and son, Chailes called on file lids In Cailior.il.Uu Wed nesday. MI-8 Otace Donly called on frlencl'j in Si i anion iluilug the vveek Atthur Clntksen and sun wire culler in Sciuuton dining the week Among theso who witnessed the Thlr- i teeuth regiment paiado were Misses Kate Klnback, Mary Iloland, Mamie Munlev. 1211a HevPis, aortrudo lleniil gnu, Maignret Fleming. Musbis. Will Heveis, James Dlliinlloii, Jr.. lllehard I'laikson and Kieel Mllhnus. pll of this place. ..j m Tfl So Will You T JM'KRY FRIDAY GROWS GRANDER AND BETTER. Y , ditional interest attends the dav because of the Spring Millinery. i; i' :i will he i ho biLest occasion uf the kind ever witlmui c.ii.vtion. riuit there will be arrayed before you the giandest collection of pattern 'i '.' coi brought to an interior city we are doubly sure. Not al-.'v tin- Millinery, but the gieat sale of Black Dress Goods, deserves your attention. It pi ides the opportunity to buy a black gown of responsible quality at extraoidinarv pi ices. the items mentioned heie are ridiculously little in ptice and provide ample food for money saving to the thousands who'will be here to view the Millinery and to profit by r miiiii i -B ! t i.l " 98 Cent? for a Brillian 19 Cents tine Haicllv ble. yet it is true. Bl.ick ligureJ mohair BtiHiantinc Skiits. nicclv nude and finished, new est stvle. to go Fiiday only ;U A Basket of i Pound Coffee 22c 'j Pound Tea 30c 1 Bag Salt 08c 1-4 Pound Pepper 10c 1 Can Best Corn 12c 1 Can Tomatoes 12c 1 Can Peas 12c 1 Pound Rice 08c 2 Pounds Oatmeal 10c Big Basement Bargains Woith tiavelmg manv miles to find such gieat offerings as these: .arge Dinner Platts Clear Glass Beer Mugs 1 Fine Flint I)i inking Glasses J Stamped Glass Sauce Dishes j All worth 5c each, to go Fjiday at. . ) ti-Quart Returned Pails " .4-Quart Tea and Coffee Pots. ... Large Sixc Biscuit Pans with heavy wire edges f All worth ioc and 12'jc on Friday J TurkishTowels so doen heavy unbleached Turkish Towels, woven selv- age edge, will not pull out; 4s inches long,24 inches wide; worth isc. On Friday only, 54 c each Jonas Long l1 Pnrnulo nriil nrnnariQv I"! Ill PLEASUfCOHL 18W- OU Ulj 0 U II U Upb IbO o ,899- March ushers iu the spring- season, the busiest time in all the year. New stocks are here iu all their beauty. The early buyer has the cream of the stock to select from. See the new novelties in CARPETS Ingrains, Brussels, Velvets, Axminster, Savon ierrre, Wilton, Rugs. -0 a WINDOW SHADES o Williams & IVScAnislty stretched out I OdBV S8S most astounding Bargains ever offered They buy ESicivSJ Skirt... Goods, worth 29c to 57c seems possi- The climax of bargain-giving: as-inch cashmere and 40-inch clay and storm serge, in black and colors; also plaids, tweed checks, chamelion twills, black ligured solid, caiacule effects, crafton suitings, lystia g novelties, etc woith Irom 2qc to 1 Jc qc yard, all to go on Fiiday at, yd fi. Z? 98c Groceries, Worth On Friday $1.23 for Woman's Shoes, Worth $1.48 One ot thegieat est shoe bargains ever offered by any itoie. 150 pairs women's vici kid button and lace shoes made on the new I.enox and common sense toe; also large ankle button; heel and spring Sieel, kid and patent leather tips. "), Never sold by any stoic under Sio. To go here on Friday only at Si Embroideries ( 1,000 yards of line, dainty and prettv emhioiderics. 2 to 5 in. wide; also new styles in narrow insertings. worth -,c ( to 10c yard. On Friday only, c yard 2 CURTAINS Renaissance, Brussels, Cluny, Tambour, Irish Point, Dresden, Nottingham. WALL PAPER $. Kf 7 before them the by any store. because such values e not to be found sewhere. Tin-, week ad first showing of known to Scranton is for Dress $1.70, All for 2 Pounds Starch 8c 1 Pkg. Washing Powder 05c 1 Pkg. Corn Starch 08c 1 Bottle Pickles 15c 1 Basket 10c Total Si-7 soo Basket to go at 1.00, and only ONP to a customer. 23. Black Sateen 850 yards of fine quality black sateen, 32 in. wide; heniietta finish and guaranteed abso lutely fast black; worth 15c to 18c yard. On Friday only, c yard rri fr 1 1 Y A V V t NLA xly 4 r Wi sSons At Retail. Coal ot the best quality for domestic us and ot all sizes, Including DucUwIieut and lilrdseye, delivered In any part ot th city, at tbe lowest price Orders received at the omce, first floor. Commonwealth building, loom No. 6; telephone No. 2C24 or at the mine, telo phone No. 272. will be promptly attended to. Dealers supplied at the mine. MIT PLEASANT COAL CO made: me a man ajax TADarrs rosiTivrhY com: JLl,LfsrTou Uea$t$ lulling Mm 017, lropGUmcy, hleerileftBQOM, etc CiUteJ by Abuts or other Lxcmhcu and InJIv crotlons. inrv nuiehtU ami unit reitora it Unlit) iu ol 1 or ioudc auil atumauforitu'lf, hu tuutaor maiuugj. iiOTiit luMAuity an ContumDtlon if Uknrt iu time. Their n saows in. mud lato (m pr "? uont and ctfooU a I U1IC nhure ulk otbir fail In. tUt upoa bftWnn tho Luumo AUx Tttblctt. Tliny haTocuroJtbouHnJan i will euro uo. Wn v lva u ioa UiTe written euaranie to ertect a puib Kit pTC; In oactitartor refund tbo mour lrlc WU U I uipcr I'tcLasb) or six I Vrjpi fnM treatment tor 12 CO, j nnu, in pifcin yiT pr. upon ncHtui rruo. i ircaiar '" AJAX KBMBOY CO., ".ESSSTi1" For Kale In Scrantcn, Pa., by Mattliu Bros, and II. C. Banderecn, druggists. ra