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TilE f SCIULNT01T TRIBUNETHURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 6. 1894.'
t Shall I Get
to Wear This Fall?
We know what a momentous
question this is, and to help the
ladies in just such a dilemma is
one of tho reasons why we are in
For tha past several months w hare
been busy aud earnest with all the
power of capita, brains and selec
tions at our command in bringing
you THE 13E9T QOOD3WE CAN
GET AT THE LEAST POSSIBLE
OUR FALL I OODS or every description,
both stylish and handsome, gives
our store n pretty look, and we are
reaily for tho early bnyers. ALL
SUMMER GOODS LEFT WILL
LE SOLD AT UNHEARD OF
PRICES and we intend to keep
bmv as ever by offering the SEAS
CKfAHLE GOODS AT LOW
An Inspection of Our Offering will con
vince you that never before has
euch artistic combinations of color
and teztnre been displayed, aud
that we have not been idle during
the snmmer months.
The Present Merchandise moment is not
a spasm. Units and shams find no
place in our system. THE LOSSES
we will look nfter; you can at
tend to tho GAINS.
NOT A WEEK, hardly a day passes,
without New Styles coming to the
front, and worthy of your most
careful attention. We could not
afford to bavo anythiug that peo
ple would not admire. OUR REP
UTATION AS RETAILERS OF
FIRST-CLASS GOODS is at stake
and thin Is the spur that keeps urg
ing us on to (ct mw and bettargoods
at even more Reasonable Prices than
The object of our establishment is to fix
in the publio mind such quotations
as these, which we are prepared to
answer at onr store:
Where run I ant till or Hint?
Wlmrecnn I ni.-itcli tills?
Where cnii I gt tliA latent?
Whore enn I et tlio lnt offivurythliiB?
Where urn tho price the lowent?
Who is Dr. E. L. Reeves?
Ho Is tho ninlnent Thyslcian anil Snrjroon In
Chief who tnulc churito uf tlm urnat Western
Hospital in rhilnmlpliia mariv vrn ano, nnd
who khvo for it atid liiniHulf'a world-wide
reputation in performing wondorful cures,
and who displayed such marked skill in surgi
cal operations. His opinion on any and all
conditions of diseased or deformed bodily su
mmit h Ih soniclit for by the public and stands
us uinh authority among ptiysiclnus. Ho is
now giving to the people of Scranton and sur
rounding country tho bmioflt of his know lodge
aud experkni'O gained and exhibited In his
many years of hospital and private practice.
Why bo to i hiliidolphia or Now York to ob
tain information on your condition at so gnat
an expense, when you have with you daily a
physician who hH treated every concoivablo
disn.'im) known and whoso opinion is positive
and final and is also llii'.K, since it couts you
nothing for advice or examination? Ho is now
permanently located 'at 412 bpruro street,
KiTaiiton, where he may bo consulted daily
upon all a-rute and chronic dia-'asoa of niou,
women and children.
He, with his ussistnnts, treat all diseases of
the Nervous System, Diseases of tho Eye, Ear,
Nose nnd Throat, Dyspepsia, lihoumatisiu,
Lost Vitality, Prematura Weakness or Decay
in both Hexes, Female Weaknesses and Ir
regularities, Norvou Debility, Catarrh, Tinn
ers, Cancers, Eruptions, blood Poisoning.
Fiis, Epilpesy, Indiscretions aud Errors of
Youth, Lost Manhood, Kezoma, Scrofula, St.
Vitus' Dance, Asthma, Diseases of tho Heart,
Lungs, Liver, Kidnoys, bladder, Stomach,
Consultations nnd Examination Free.
Office hours Daily 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.; Sun
days 10 to U and 2 to 4.
Elevator in Christian's Hat Store or Stairs,
ltcmombor the namo and number.
DR. E. L. REEVE3,
413 Spruce St., Scranton.
The improvements la the Price Li
brary recently tnudo by the youuK
ladles, add mood to its neatnesi.
Dr. RueVes, 412Sprnch St., Scranton,
cures ottorrboea, or discharge from the
ear 9 a.m. to 0 p.m.
Rehearsals are being held nightly for
the cantata to he presented by the
Methodist Episcopal oboir and few
Gertrude Reese bas left for a course
at the normal school at Bloomsburg,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bowen are
aadiy bereaved by the death of their
son Chester.aged 2 years and 7 months,
who died at their home on South Main
street yesterday morning. Announce
ment of funeral later.
Mrs. J, A. Waters arid daughter, of
Dantnore, visltod Mr, and Mrs. W. a.
R Willis Reese. John R. John.
James E. Watkins and John Harris
are in Ilarrisburg attending the Repub
lioan league convention.
The Price Library association holds
a business session tonight.
C P. O'Malley, of this place, is at
tending the Republican state conven
tion at Ilarrisburg;.
Miss Julia Cowley, the efficient sales
lady at Lynch's store, is seriously ill at
her home on Delaware street.
Miss Lucy Farrell, of Dunmore
Street, is visiting friends on the booth
Messrs, John Loughran. of Scranton.
and Michael Cawley, of Archbald,
were callers in town Tuesday.
Miss Annie Jones, of Plymouth, is
tbe guest or Mrs. William ii,rans, or
G W. Houser lenves today for
btrouUsnnrg to attend the fair.
Miss Nellie Martin has opened
cooking sohool at ber home on Dola-
.ware street Young ladies' patronage
Dr. Lloyd and William Mason are in
There is nothing like Dr. Thomas' Elec
tric Oil lo quickly cure a cold or relieve
hoarseness, written by Mr. M. l. rei
lows, Bun Oak, St. Joseph Co., Mich.
ff. W. Hardy, of Glenwood, Ma js His
GUNNER'S FLAGRhNT MISTAKE
in Intoxicated Artilleryman at the
Montrose Encampment Placed a
Cartridge in a Live Cannon The
Premature Discharge Seriously
Burned Hardy and Might Have
Blown Him Into Eternity The Day
Devoted to Susquehanna County
Special lo the Scranton Trilmnt.
Montrosic. Pa.. Sept. 0.
OURING the sham battle at tbe
second day's reunleu and en
equipment of tbe Susquehanna
county veterans at this plaes,
William W. Hardy, of Gleuwood, a
brother of Colonel D. W. Hardy, of
tbe earns place, was seriously injured
by a premature discbarge 4) f a oannon.
His face, neck and arms were severely
bnrned and he will lose the sight of at
least one eye. The aocidant happened
late in tho afternoon, but created suob
excitement as to termiuate tbe day's
tirogramtne. excepting the tin wed
ding of the Four Brothers' post, of
Montrose, in tbe evening.
Fort Defiance occupied by old sol
diers and covered by a skirmish line of
Sons of Veterans, was located at tbe
top of a ledge of roeks within tbe
ground of the Susquehanna county
Agricultural society whore the en
campment is being held. Company G,
of tbe Thirteenth regiravnt was storm
ing ibe'position from the grove beneath.
When a portion of tbe national guards
men performed a fl-ink movement aud
eame charging up a narrow pathway,
Enoch Lord, of Hopbottom, one of the
Banners, shoved a cartridge into tbe
muzzle of tbe place before it had been
swabbed with water. William Dennis,
of Montrose, an experienced artillery
man, had his tbumn upon the vent but
was thrust aside in tbe conrusion 0:
the charge and a discbarge was eanssd
by tbe sparks Inside at the moment
Hardy was ramming tbe load. All
that saved his upper body from com
plete so varment was his proximity to
the cannon and a sldswlse position.
Tbe loud glanced across bis chest and
face, burling him several feet and
sent the ramrod flying into splinters
WILL LOSK AN EYE.
After being treated in the adjutant
general's quarters by Drs. Bruudage
and G irduer, of Factory ville and Mon
trose, Hardy was removed to the home
of Quartermaster Sergeant Charles
Walrons. lioth physicians tola HIE
TltlBUNF, reporter that the injured man
would lose the sight of bis right eye
and that tbe sight of the other may be
Enosh Lord, who so carelessly plaoed
tbe cartridge within the gun before the
piece was swabbed was intoxicated at
the time, but, according to bystanders,
was sober enough to realize his error
and make an attempt to keep Hardy
from the muzzle of the piece. The ac
cident was witnessed by about a.ouu
persons and created Intense excitement.
The executive start is released iroin
blame from the fact that they selected
only Hardy, Dennis and Michael
Mooney, all experienced artillerymen,
to handle the cannou. Hardy was in
command of the gunners and must have
known of Lord s Inebriated condition.
This is the third accident of tbe kind
in this borough. In 1857 a man named
Titus was killed and bis brother nad
an arm blown off by a cannon. Abont
twelve years ago during an encamp
ment a private bolonging to Captain
Ben Stark s vviHtss-Uurrs company 01
national gnardsmen received a blank
charge iu tbe face at less that five
A FLAG PRESENTATION.
Today was particularly devoted to
tbe doings of Susquehanna ooonty vet
erans, althounh many members of the
One Hundred and Forty-third, whose
reunion was held yesterday, were pres
ent. The morning was occupied with
irreetinas and sooiability. Tbe gather
ing of the afternoon was addressed by
Colonel C. K. Campbell, or nttston,
the speaker of the day, and uaptain in.
.1. riawlev. of Company F. One Hun
dred and Forty-first reglmeut. The
citizens of Montrose, through Justice
J. B. McCollum, of the Pennsyl
vania sunreme court, presented four
Brothers post with a handsome
silk flag. Acknowledgment of tbe
cift was made bv Captain 11. V.
Beardsler. commander of the post and
- 1 . .
ceneral commanding of the veterans'
organization. An exhibition drill by
Comnanv G. Thirteenth regiment, JNa
tlonal Guard of Pennsylvania, brought
the programme to the sham battle
At 7.30 o clock this evening tbe
camp fire of the local post wss lighted
nnd festivities incident to tbe tin wed
ding begun. Impromptu spssohes,
band music soncs. tbe banjo club ant
war-time rations oecupied tbe several
hours of informal fraternizing and en-
- - - . . . . . r
The business meeting 01 tne (Susque
hanna county veterans will be held to
morrow morning, and the meridian
gun will be tbe signal for striking
The entertainment given by Miss
Weston Tuesday evening last In tbe
Onra honse was indeed a rare treat,
As an elocutionist she ranks among the
best. Tbeeutertainment was thoroughly
enioved. Tbe recital. ''The Southern
Nurse," and the Delaarte attitudes
Gil mores Aromatic Wine
A tonic for ladies. If you
are suffering from weakness,
and feel exhausted and ner
vous; are getting thin and all
run down, Gilmores Aro
matic Wine will bring roses
to vour cheeks and restore
you to flesh and plumpness.
Mothers, use it lor your
daughters. It is the best
regulator and corrector for
ailments peculiar to woman
hood. It promotes diges
tion, enriches the blood and
gives lasting strength. Sold
bv Matthews Bros., Scran-
shows the perfections of the giver and
were heartily received.
Kev. r. U. Brook?, of Wilkes-Barre.
will occupy the pulpit iu tbe Presby
terian churon next Sunday morning
Mrs. Koyal Gage and son James.
have returned to their home in Brook
lyn. N. Y.
Dr. Reeves, 413 Spruoe St. Soranton,
eures rait rheum or scrofula 0 a.m. to
Several of our Woman s Christian
Temperance union ladies attended the
onvention at Tnnkhannock.
Peter Vangorder. father of A. L.
Vangorder, is buried today. Services
at tbe borne at 10 o'clock a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Davis have cone
to New York on a pleasure trip.
Tbe ordinance orantlnz tbe right of
way on Laurel, Church and Bridge
streets to which reference was made in
Monday s Tribune, bas not yet been
signed by Burgess Bnrke, although a
week has passed sinoe it was approved
by the borough council. The ordinance
is In many respsote similar to that un
der wbieb the (Jarbondale Traction
oompany was given privileges here.
tiriehy, its provisions are that tbe
Laekawanna Valley Transit company
shall have tbe right of way over Bridge
street to. Church street, tbenes to
Laurel street as far as ths borough line,
witn tbe right to make such switches
and turnouts as may be neoessary for
its accommodation. Only "T" rails
shall be laid with a gangs of not more
than hve feet and two inehes. Tbe
location shall be prescribed by tbe
street committee of the council. Tbe
company shall be obliged to furnish an
odemnlfying bond in the amount of
;j,000 conditioned on the faithful per
formance of the provisions of the ordi
nance. It shall keep the road in re
pair during the coustruotlon of the
railway. Cars shall not be run faster
than ten miles an honr nndsr penalty
of $10. Poles shall not be located so as
to damage property or interfere with
travel, and the borough shall bave tbe
privilege of using them for fire alarm
bom. Bridges that it may be
necessary for the . compauy to
cross shall be . strengthened so
far as they are ocoupied by
the railway. The company shad
eommenee the construction of tbe
traek within one month and have it
completed within one year from the
passage of the ordinance under pen
alty of the forfeiture of tbe privilege.
Whenever it Is necessary to widen tbe
streets the company shall do so at its
own expense under tbe direction of the
street commissioner, Tbe street shall
oe left in safe traveling condition and
tbe borough shall be "reimbursed for
all damages legally resulting from tbe
carelessness, negligence or oversight of
tbe railway company or its employes.
The crossings shall be planked at tbe
Intersection of streets as also shall the
street underneath the Delaware
and Hudson arch at Plane C When
ever utile track is laid in tbe
middle of the street it shall be planked
on either side. The oompany also
agrees to supply drainage pipe when
ever necessary to carry oil surface
water. The ordinance also provides
that the company shall bave the part
of the street occupied by its tracks
whenever the borough passes the re
mainder. There are some provisions
in the ordinance that appear super
fluous and others, highly neoessary,
that are omitted. Tnere is nothing
said as to tbe exaot location
of the tracks on any of tbe
Btreets, and there are no restrictions in
the matter of fare. If tbe road is to be
built and operated these matters are
too important to be overlooked. Tbe
borough council might easily bave
profited by its experience with tho Car
bondale Traction company. Even if
'.here should be necessity for such an
ordinance as that presented to the
council last Thursday night it would
bave been wisdom on their part to
bave considered itawbila before giving
it their approval.
A Quarter Century Teat
For a quarter of a century Dr. King's
New Discovery has been tented, nnd the
millions who have roceived benont Irom
its use testify to its wonderful curative
Eowers in all diseases of Throat.Chest aud
lUiigs. A remedy that has stood the teat
so long and tbat has given so universal
satisfaction is no experiment. Each bottle
Is positively guaranteed to give reiier, or
the money Rill be refunded. It is admitted
to be the moat reliable for Couchs and
Coliln. Trial bottles Free at Matthew Bro's.
Drug Store. Large size 50c, and 1 1,00.
RoV. Saekatt. a former pastor.
preached nn excellent sermon Sunday
evening at the Methodist -byUoopal
Dr. Reeves, 412 Spruce St.. Scranton,
cures eczema and all eruptions 9 a.m
o9p.m. " .
There are more dwelling bouses 09-
ing built aud remodelled at present
than for several years previous. Dr.
E, H. Wells' house is progressing finely
and will be an ornament to our little
town. Dr. Biles is also putting up a
Mrs. U-. &iiis and daughter, jean,
have returned from Glen Summit,
where they have been spending the
last two weeks with ber brother, A. A.
Mrs. Frank Merriheld and daughter,
Helen, of Scranton, are spending 1
week with the family of L. E. Hewitt,
Mrs. David Ellis, an old resident, was
buried Monday at 2 p. in. Funeral at
Mrs. E. H. Wells bss been in Phila
delphia buying carpets and furniture
for their new home.
Our publio schools open on Monday
H. G. Young, second vice president
and general manager of tbe Dsl aware
and Hudson, and Mrs. H. G. Young
and son, Clarence, Miss u. A. Young,
Albany, and Mrs. C. F. Young, M r
ristowa, N. J were guests at tbe Al
len House yesterday.
The large lithographs advertising tbe
Wayne oounty lair mat ean oe seen on
the bill board opposite tne Delaware
and Hudson depot, are beauties and ean
not be excelled.
Isaao Ham haa returned borne after
a week's Bbsanoe.
Mr. and Mrs. Josenh Matthews and
daughter, Lulu, of Cleveland, O., and
son, James, of Altoona, Pa., who have
bsen spending some time with liones
dale relatives and friends, leave here
Kotharst Uotfasrsll Mothers!!!
Mrs.Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions Of
mothers lor tbetr obildren wniie teeming,
with perfect success. It soothes the child.
softens tbe gums, allays all pain; cures
wind colic, and is tbe best remedy for di
arrhoea. Sold bydiugglsts in every part
of the world. Be sure and ask for 'Mrs.
Winslow's Hootbing Syrup," aud take no
no otber kind. A weuty-uye cents a Dot-
Clipped from Canada "Presbyterian,''
nndsr signature of U Blankett Kobiuson,
Prnp'r. : I was cured of oft-recprring bu
llous headaches by Burdock Blood Bitters.
Thn aervi Or W biob the Lickawaunn
Valley Rapid Transit company is giv
ing U a great improvement on the aer
vise given before tbe road was oper
ated by them. Tbe oars now have reg
ular stopping places and with the
additional nsw cars tbe traveling pub-
lie greatly appreciate tbe change.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Humphrey, son
Charles and daughter Grass will leave
today for visit with friends at Battle
a. D. Stewart and H. G. Baker are
on a ten days' stay at Asbnry Park.
xesterday ooourred tbe annnai re
union of the Bailsy family at Liberty,
Pa. Dr. and Mrs. Bailey, of thlsoity.
were la attendance.
The Misses Mamie and Beatrioe Hay-
den have returned to their home in
Green Ridge after enjoying a visit
witb friends in this city.
Last evening at 0 o clock occurred
the m Triage of Reese A. Price and
Miss Minnie Ogbnrn. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. William Ed
gar. The conple were attended by
Miss Lizzie Morsran and Owen Reese.
The usual wedding tour was dispensed
witn and the newly wedded couple
will cominenoe housekeeping in a new
bouse on Spring street.
A. H. Van Doruiark spent yesterday
J. J. O'Boyle and family, of River
street, are spending the week in Clif
ford. C. E. Dix and bride returned home
on Tuesday evening from tbelr wed
Announcement is made of the com
ing marriage of P. F. Hughes, of this
city, and Miss Annie Bergan, of May-
neid. Tbe event will occur on sept, m
in Saered Heart church at Jermyn.
lMi Birs, of Washington street, bas
received the sad inteligenee of the
death of his mother, aged 04 years, and
a resident of St. Hyaelnthe, Canada.
las publio schools throughout tbe
city are crowded.
Mozart band concert tonight from
tbe balcony of Hotel Anthracite.
M. F. Harkin, of Soheneetady. N.
Y., is visiting bis mother in this oity.
Miss Josephine Burr will leave to
morrow on a visit of several weeks
with friends In Oneonta and Sidney.
Mias Mary Jay will return tomorrow
to Fort Wayne, Iud., after upending
ber vaeation in this city as the guest
of her parents.
Miss Theta Audrews. of Scranton.
is visiting Miss Leu.i Reynolds.
Professor Alfred Larrabee, of Union-
ville, a veteran schoolmaster, having
taught the youug idea how to shoot for
over ISO terms, was in town yesterday.
lie is a brother of J. W. L irrabee.
Miss Minnie Bowen, of Carbondale,
spent Tuesday evening witn Miss Flo
The United ohoir gave an exhibition
of their musical abilities Tuesday even
ing by giving an open air rehearsal on
tbe lawn in front of the Presbyterian
chureb. The choir sang splendidly nnd
will make a good showing at Liiurel
Hill park Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Ryan and Miss
Minnie Kirk, of Jersey City, who had
been visiting at the home of Patrick
O'Hara, returned borne yesterday.
ihe following programme will be ob
served at the district convention of Ep
worth leagues, which will meet at
Clifford, Friday, Sept 7: Momiug ser
vice. 10.00, devotional service; 10.20,
addresses nf welcome, Rev. Philip
Houck; 10.M, response and ad
dress. Rev. J. S. Lewis; 10 50. "The
Bpworth Herald, Evan 'looker;
1105, duet, the Misses Houck; 1110,
essay, "Our Pledge," Aliae Thompson;
11.25, recitation, May Messenger; 11 80,
'The Reason Why, for tho Epworth
League," Rev. A. C. Olver. Afternoon
service. l.!30,musloand social half hour;
'i, "Special Work in Revivals," Ella
Aland Wheeler; a 13, recitation, Myrtle
Tallin in; a SU, The Secret of Power,
Ruv. D. B Wilson; 2 3), duet, cornet
11 nil organ, C. M. Ljwih, Bessie Lamout;
3 40, "1'be Holy Spirit and the League."
Mabel L irrabee; 3, address, Kev. J. W.
Webb; 4, consecratiou ssrvice, led by
Rav. William Edgar. Evening ser
vice 7.30, music; address, llav. J. C.
Hogau. .Carriages will leave the depot
and Methodist Episcopal oburcb at
Carbondale at 8 30 to 0 a.m. Pastors
must notify at ouce Rev. Philip Houck
now many desire to attend from tbe
various charges. lirlng "Finest of tbe
Wheat." R-tv. W. L. Linaberry, of
Unioudale, is president aud Bessie u:
uiunt, secretary of the dislriot orgauiz
W. C. Nioholson started yesterday
on his first trip as travelling agent for
Cliapin, Bnshnnll & Co., of New York.
Tne Brouson Literary society mot iu
their hall last evening.
Riohard Simons left yesterday for
Now York. . He sails today for bis oil
home in England.
What bas become of tbe McKinley
club? Now is tbe time to impress the
R-pnblican idea on the young voter.
Tbe Ontario and Western excursion
for Mountain park, will leave Friday
morning. Ihe fare is low and a large
11 uua her is expsotsd to go.
Mrs 3. D. Stocker, of Main street, is
High Constable Suangenburg re
turned home last Tuesday, maoh re
freshed from his visit to the Thousand
Mr. and Mrs. Riohard Vren and Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Chapman spent yes
terday at Farview. '
The union excursion to Lake Ariel of
the chnrehes cleared 1102.
Some of our colleries hsre are shut
down on account of the scarcity of
Mrs. Henry Badders, of Donenetown,
Mr, A, J, Davenport
Caused large Bails my face mud meclc
I was told to take Hood's Sarsaparllla faithful.
ly, and after using 8
bottles was free from
uii vi upiiuiii. 1 ui per- j
fectly cured and lu ex- rVli
cellent health. A. J. Davrni-ort, Mtlton, N. J,
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable and do
put purge, paiu or gripe, iry pox. z&e.
and Mrs. Henry Sink, of Hvde Park,
are visiting at the home of Mr. aud
Mrs. Ira J-nkius.
James Nnte is suSoring from an at
tack of neuralgia.
PEARY RELIEF HEARD FROM.
Faloon Arrived at Dltoo on July 10 and
StarUd Northward Ntxt Day.
New York, Sept. S The first news
of the Peary relief expedition's steamer
falcon sinoe she left Brooklyn on June
20 bas just been received by the Brook
lyn Standard Union in the shape of a
cablegram dated Disco, July 16, via
i;opennagen, sept. 4.
Tbe dispatoh states ths Faloon arrived
at Disoo on July 16, and that the party,
among whom it E L. Bridgmsn,
managing editor of the Standard
Union, were all well. It adds that the
Faloon was to proceed northwe on
July 17, tbe date of tbe dispatch
Custom Receipts from the Gorman
Measure as Compared with
Washington. Sept. 5 Sufficient re
turns have reached the treasury de
partment as to custom receipts under
tbe new tariff law to institute a
comparison with custom figures
under tbe McKinley law. Under that
law, which was supposed to in
crease tariff rates, tbe withdrawal of
goods from tbe custom houses was
made prior to tbe law taking effect,
Oot. 6, 1800, to esoape increased duties.
Under tbe new tariff law the with
drawal of goods took place and is still
taking place after tbe aot became a
law, Aug. 28. Custom reeeipts as re
corded at tbe treasury are al
ways two days late, and. in fact.
from the Pacific coast are usually
ten days lut, so that tbe true state
ment of government reeeipts for any
one day could only be accurately given
by segregating custom receipts by days
from all ports which is not done by
tbe treasury method of bookkeeping.
1 he hgures here given, however, are
approximately correct. In the com
parison here made, only four days are
taken in each Instance In the McKinley
period, including two days after the
aot became a law, and in tbe new tariff
law excluding the custom reoeipts for
tbe two days Immediately following tbe
date when the law took efl-ct.
Receipts under new tariff law, $381.-
740, $1,019,000, $t.l85,149,ft,121,758.
KeOfiiit cndi-r McKinley law, II,-
484115, $3,002,578, $1,500,747, $1,001,
901. WJR ON HEBREWS.
The Kabylte Killlug Them by Wholesale
Tangier, Sept. 5 Tbe Kabyles
around Denmnt, a town northaast of
Morocco, are killing the Jews by whole
sale, looting their 'shops and bouses,
selling their women and children at
auction and dehling their synagogues.
Similar outrages are reported at Kalha.
Sadirahel, Taual add Tanilat.
Ihe Kabyles are also besieging Mor
occo City, aud it is feared that tbe gar
rison may be unable to resist mnoh
longer, in which case terrible scenes
may be witnessed when tbe Kabyles
loot tho city.
MARRIED IN CAMP.
Salvation CapUln and HalUlnJih Lassie
Wadded at Boohsstsr. .
Rochester, Sept. 5 The Salvation
Army camp meeting came to a close
here last night with a grand wedding
between Captain William Humphreys,
of Corry Pa., and Lieutenant Alien R.
Lambert, of Norwich, N. Y.
Tbey were married iu the presence of
several thousand people. The camp
meeting has been in session for ten
days, the result being nn unusual num
ber of Converts.
When Tlaliy was sick, we gavo her Castorla.
When si io was a Child, she cried for Castorla,
When she became Miss, she chin;; to Caiitoria.
Whoa sho had Children, she gavo theta Castorla,
The Finest lo the Citf
The latest improved fur
nishings and apparatus for
keeping meat, batter and eggs.
S3S Wyoming Ave.
DEPT. . . .
EVERY description of Job Printing
in the best style of the art.
Promptness and Punctuality a
Experienced, practical and com
petent men in charge of each branch
of the work.
We do not make a sham show of
cheapness and curtail the quantity
or quality of the work.
Dancing Orders, Hangers,
Cards and Posters a
Bill Heads, Note Heads, etc, printed
at short notice.
Estimates on all kinds of printing,
small as well as large,
The Scranton Tribune Job Dept.
IS ONE OP THE BEST EQUIPPED
400-402 Lackawanna Aye,
SAT U R DAY.
AUGUST 4V .
Fine Holland Shades, with heavy
knot fringe, Hartshorn Rollers,
Plain Shades, 20, 25 and 30c. each?
Measurements taken and shades put up by experienced workmen.
We Carry All Widths Store Shades in Stock.
Brass Extension Sash Rods
15 and 20c. each.
A few Vienna Porch Shades
left that we will close out at cost
KERR & SIEBECKER
406 and 408 Lacka. Avenue.
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