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THE SCBAXTOX TllIBUXE FRIDAY MORNING, 'NOVEMBER 2, 189.
This strong oVpitrtmcnt leads In IiIrIi
qualities ninl low prices riijlil at Hi" ln--Kliinini;'
of tlic season. There Is no wni:
ini; for si-cinl occasions, ax vety day
makes a lohmr slri.lt- iihciiil than Us ln-ili-i'cssor.
That explains why u- ean fctvc
our pal i ocs, the hcst values for the least
Kino Kll.teil White Merino
VESTS and PANTS
. .Von-s'.irlnUul.le ami prettily finished,
The Karmcivts were Tie.
i-Jxlrn Quiilily Natural Mi-tino,
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
(Shirts have the deslralile rtl.hcil skirt and
pell i-l luiitonsl
The garments were Jl.
Vino Natural Wool
finish, patent, siiiins. hand-made
dhlied skirt, a precaution
jiiralnst eold waves.
r.edtilar price, M.."kI.
DRESS .'. LINENi
The newest of new woods, the lowest
of low pl'iees. the elloieeSt
of ( hoiee lal'fles.
Fur - Capes
A! ART EN", -wore S:5.5(
KXfiMMI SEAL 20.01
Astka:;sia.. s .:to 20.00
Vt OOI, SEAL, 19.50 TO 27.01)
Our own "Hpneial" I YiiiiforlaMcs, exeel-h-ni
f;tj:i!lty saline covering, line earded
HO1 ton liiilitL'.
MODES AND FABRICS,
' mi- Fashion Monthly for Xoventher,
flivcn tiwny to those who cull for It at
Olir Stol e.
412 Spruce St., Scranton.
Pr. lie. ves Is hot fully cstahlishcd nt
412 Spruce street. Seranton. fie lias per
lornied some wondorl'ul ettres anil has
gained the eonfideiee of the puhlie. lie
has onnr to STAY find will remain PER
MANENTLY at tits Spruce street parlors,
ile lias had loan and varied -perlenee in
hospital and private praetleo and -treats
nil acute and i hrouiu diseases of men, wo
men nnd ehlldreti.
He gives advice, ser-Pnpn nf fharfJfl
vices and examinations liU ul vUdlgO
No one H turned away.
lie, wi'h his assistants, treat all dis
eases of the nervous system, diseases of
Hie eye. ear, nose and throat, dyspepsia,
rheumatism, lost vitality, premature,
weakness or decay it; both sexes, nervous
ilehility. catarrh, tumors, cancers, erup
lolns, blood polsotiliiK. Ills, epilepsy, in
'llseretion and errors of youth, lost man
lipod, eC7cinu, scrof.da, St. Vitas' dnnce,
ittthinn. diseases of the heart, lungs, liver,
kidneys, bladder, stomach, etc.
'The doctor has opened a female depnrt
ineift exclusively for females, sotlmt those
whom "delicacy" 1ms heretofore kept
nwny twy now receive the services of a
"lady" whose treatment will prove her
Obtllty In all enses.
OFFER T3 THE FUBLIC FOR "CSTARRH."
Any one gtiuVrliiK with "Catarrh" who
wishes to he PEUM AM ENTI.Y and
'.irit'KT.y cured may receive I-Yirn
MONTHS' TREATMENT I'Olt ONLY
TKX lil,l,AUS. This, offer holds K'M'l
for thirty days. The doctor has discov
ered 11 r-PF.i'IFK' for this dreaded dis
ease. You can treat nnd cure youtscf
find family with It nt home. It never
Jails to l itre. A trial treatment free.
Olllce he.trs: Daily, t u.m. to !i p.m.
f tnulays. in to 12 and 2 to 4. '
Take elevator In Christian's hnt Ftnre,
Jttinumbcr the name nnd niunber.
412 Somce St., Scranton.
- Oil Cloths,
Window Shades and
AH the Latest Designs.
J. Scott Inglis
. 419 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
four doors above Wyoming Housa.
.Mothers! .Mothers!! .Mothers!
kV-s. Winslow's Soothlnir Svruohas been
tiseif for over fifty years by millions of
tnolhelv lor their children while teething,
with nerffct Hticeeas. It sooths the child.
Koftens tlje Hums, allays all pain; cures
wind folic-, nnd Is the best remedy for dl
nt'ihen. Kohl by driU-'Klsts In every part
of the world. I!e sure and nsk for "Mrs.
Wlnslow's Soolhlnpr Syrup," and take no
other klnil. Twenly-llve cents u bottle.
Cure for C!rbup. -I'hp 1). Thomns' Kclec-
1 CrVup. I'B
trlc Oil n.-eonlliiK to directions. It Is the
best remedy lr nil sudden attacks of
colds, iin ni mil Indnmmntion, unci 'n
SHIRTS AND DRAWERS
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
NEWS OF THIS VICINITY
A Halloween surprise pnrty wns ten
dered Mr. nnd Mr. J. A. AVoodlirhlRe,
of this place, by their friends from this
place uiiifi :tln surrountllnit country.
The quests were till musketl nml .this
nt'forded.H greater surprise for Mr. und
llrs. AVooilhridK1. T'ie evening was
very pleasiintly spent in playing Raines,
charades, etc., until a late hour, after
which n- very delightful supper was
served and the many fjuests took their
departure. AmmiK those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Phillips. Mr. and
Mrs. ('. V.. Stone. Mr. nnd Mrs. lel!
Kni;;ht, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Davis, Mr.
and Mrs. T. A. l'urdon, Mr. nnd Mrs.
J. K. Jhiai'diiian, .Mr. and Mrs. A. (1.
Ives, Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Rice, Mr. and
Mrs. AY. 0. I'uidy, Mr. and Mrs.Chnrles
Mice, Misses Mary Gardner, Ada Kalr
child, Jennie IHrkton, Flo Miller, Lil
lian Smith, Mrs. S. O. Shoemaker, Mrs.
V. K. IVpuo, F.lnier Ilej-nolds, Kupene
Iteed, Clarence Finn, John L. Swarts,
Frank Miller, Samuel Miller, A. Hull.
Mr. and Mrs. Swarts, of Dunniore,
were visiting at tills place Monday.
Mrs. V. K. Smith Is able to be about
after lief recent Illness.'
Fred Snyder is now elerkltiK for S. E.
Finn K- Son.
A Very pleasant evening was spent
nt the homo of Master Frank Fields by
a number of his .schoolmates last Tues
day. Miss f'nrrle Ptoll has returned home
after HpcinlinK a few days at New York
Mr. and Mrs. CieorRe rarkton, who
have been speniliiiK' a few days at the
residence of .Mr. I'arkton's parents, of
this place, left for their new homo at
.1. M. Sliortnian! who met with an ne-i-ldent
some time uk". and cut his foot,
Is able to be on the streets with the aid
of a crutch.
A party of yotms people of this place
spent a Very pleasant evening at the
residenco of Miss Lizzie Smith last
Halloween. Those present were Misses
I tilth lutll, F.dith Carleton, Klida
Sclioiuiover, Ruth . Jennings, Bertha
Rice, ,1. Meiton I'tirdy, Harry Watts,
Albeit Smith, Edward Carleton, How
ard J. Rail and Roy A. Decker.
Mrs. A. R. Davis was at Scranton
.Mrs. Swan, of Scranton, spent Sun
day Willi her sister, Mrs. Keiscr, of this
A Democratic rally was held at the
old Raplist church last Monday even
ing. A very eloquent speech was de
livered by Professor Howell, of Scran
ton. Miss Ruth Hall spent Sunday with
Charles Roller, of Tunkhannock, was
at this place Monday.
James Hunnell Is'visitijig his parents
at Vnsburg. 1'a.
Miss Mabel Mosher, of the "Rlack
Crook" company spent Sunday with
her aunt, Mrs. Rriggs, of this place.
Some of our citizens are placing
street lumps in front of their resi
dences. We hope others will follow this
example and let their lights shine.
Mrs. YiJliam Dawsnn, who has been
sick for the past vc.-k, Is Improving.
Mrs. Nora Caskey, of Sweet Vallev,
wns calling on friends in town last
Mr. Crlstle, of New York, who has
been spending the past week here, re
turned to his home Wednesday-.
Mrs. .J I. Shoemaker and Mrs. An
drew Mathers were at Scranton yester
day. (1. J.aFranee and Hayden Hanver
were duck liuntnig yesterday.
S, R, Shoemaker, James Schooley and
W. S. Jacobs are hunting at Reech
Albert l Stevens nnd Miss Eva M.
Rinker were united in marriage by
licv. (!. ('. Lyman at the home of the
bride's parents, on Wyoming avenue,
yesterday afternoon nt 4 o'clock. Miss
Cora Yost presided at the organ. The
bride was neatly attired In cream silk
with lace trimmings. After the cere
mony refreshments were served, after
which the bride and groom started on
an extended trip to New York and up
the Hudson and other points of
Interest. The following were those
who w itnessed the ceremony: Mr., und
Mrs. .1. F. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Rinker. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Robinson,
Mi s. Thomas Conlcy. Miss Maud Smith,
Miss Mnltie Rinker, Fred Robinson,
Lewis Rinker. jr., Mr. nnd Mrs. Villlum
Raldwln, Messrs. John and Stanley
Robinson, .Mr. and E. A. DeWolf, Mr.
and Mrs. J. F. Nuss, Mr. and Mrs. U. O.
Hudson, "f Wyoming; Mrs. Annie Wells.
Miss Susan Hunt, Hnry Rronner und
wife. Misses Josephine and Ella Rron
ner, of Wllkes-Rarre; Mlsa Maine Rice,
of Truekvllle; Misses Mary, Ilattlo and
Elizabeth Stevens and Frank Philips,
of Mmmt ion; Miss Cora and Harry
Ynst and Ira and Jud Stevens, of .Scran
ton; Mr. and Mrs. Melville l'ugh, of
Ashley; Mr, and Mrs. Wells Stevens,
Mr. ainl Mrs. M. H. Stevens, and Miss
Lulu Stevens, of Plttston; Mr. and Mrs.
E. D. Furman. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Kresgky, Mrs. Oedrge Kutz, Mrs. O. H.
Vaughti and son, Cory, Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Kresky. of Tunkhannock, nnd
Miss Emma Robinson, of Mehoopany.
Dr. AYood's Norway Pine Syrup was
used for years as a prescription by a
successful physician. It is In all respects
the best cough medlclno made today.
Sold by H druggists on a guarantee of
Mrs. Charles P. Samson, of Wllkes
Rarre, is visiting friends in this bor
ough. Sllss Gertie Simmons', of ElmhurHt,
Is visiting in this place.
Miss Honora Henley, of Rochester,
Is calling on friends In town.
AYllliani E. Jones, who has been In
disposed for some time past, resumed
A. Hajlowecn party, was held nt the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. John R.
Johns, on Main street, In honor of thir
daughter, Ressle. A large number of
the young folks were present and en
joyed a most pleasant evening.
. Nomination of Mllcers at the Trice
Library association this evening.
Morgnn AY. Harris, a former resident,
removed his family from AYHkes-Rarre
to this town again on AYednesday.
The employes of the Archbald mine
were paid yesterday.
Miss Maria Thomas has accepted a
position 'with the cash store of J. AV.
J.uce & Co, '
' At the Mother Hubbard entertain
ment given In the Raplist church
chapel on Wednesday evening about
$.10 was realized, wlUch will la? devoted
to improvements on the parsonage.
Mrs. C. H. Estabrool;, of C.arfleld
avenue, spent yesterday In Honesdale.
Dr. and Mrs. R. Hampton returned
home last evening after a three weeks
visit with friends In Scranton, AVllkes
Har.re and Tunkhannock. They were
accompanied by Mrs. l P. Jadwin, of
Seranton, who will be their guest.
S. S. Hards has removed his family
from Salem avenue to a pleasant resi
dence on Lincoln avenue.
The new Alumni Athletic field on the
South Side of the city will be opened
this afternoon an the opening attrac
tion will be a game of foot ball be
tween the Carbondalo team and the
Wyoming seminary team, (lame will
be called at 3.30 p. m. Admission will
be 23 cents; ladles and children, 10
cents. Electric cars will stop at the
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dlm
ock, of Cemetery street, a daughter.
This babe has u great-great-grand-mother
living on Canaan street who
has Just passed her 94th birthday.
Mrs. Maggie Gordon, of Farvlew
street, died AYednesday at the age of 29
years. Funerul will be held today at
the residence. The remains. will be
taken to Forest City for interment.
J. AY. Altken Is on a business trip to
H. W. Reynolds Is In New York city.
The Balley-Rathbone concert which
was advertised to occur in the lecture
room of the Presbyterian church on
Saturday evening, has been postponed.
Alderman L. J. Burrell was a Scranton
Tonight the Old Homestead quar
tette will sing at the Masonic temple.
G. AY. Rly has removed his barber
shop from Salem avenue to the store
recently occupied by Joseph Herferts
under the Miners nnd Mechanics' bank.
Last evening was held a Republican
rally in the Odd Fellows hall on Salem
avenue. Among the orators were Major
Everett Warren, A. J. Colborn and
George M. AA'atson. ,
The first Issue of the new morning
Dally Anthracite will be read on Satur
day of this week.
Lawrence Rowlson, of Scranton, at
tended a social In this city on Tues
On AYednesday in St. John's church
in Plttston J. S. AYalker, of this city,
was united in marriage to Miss Mary
Munley, of the former place. Mr. and
Mrs. AYalker will make Carbundale
On Friday evening, Nov. 23, will be
held In the Keystone hall the four
teenth annual ball of A'an Bergen lodge.
No. 02, Brotherhood of Locomotive
Firemen. Music will be furnished by
the German orchestra.
The funeral of the late Miss Mar
garet Duffy, who died on Monday, took
place on Tuesday morning from the
family 'residence on-' -Cemetery street.
At St. Thomas' church a high mass of
requiem was sung by Rev. T. J. Comer
ford, after which the remains were In
terred In the. Catholic cemetery. The
pall-bearers were John BuVke, John
Lane, John Barrett, Frank iiurke nnd
The funeral of the late Mrs. Martin
AYhlte, of South Main street, took place
yesterday afternoon. The remains
were taken to St. Thomas' church at 3
o'clock, where services were held by
Rev. Dr. Lucas. Interment was made
In the Catholic cemetery. The pall
bearers were Michael Boland, James
Boland, Patrick Loftus, Thomas Mel
vln and John Carden.
The remains of the late Michael
Gownley, the driver boy who was killed
on Tuesday morning, were laid at rest
in the Catholic cemetery yesterday af
ternoon. The Father Mathew cadets,
of which the deceased was a member,
attended the funeral. Services were
held in St. Thomas' church by Rev. Dr.
Lucas. The pall-bearers were John
Brlce, Michael Loftus, Eddie Nolan, J.
AY. Price, J. Miller and Martin Price.
More than 2u0 persons from this
borough attended the Democratic dem
onstration In Scranton last nlpht. The
John l . Kelly und Merrilltld club, ac
companied by the East Side band, were
in the parade.
An enjoyable Halloween party was
held on AYednesday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. John 11. Kearney,
of the East Side.
The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Jo
seph McHugh died AYednesday morn
ing. Miss Annie Morgans, of Coledale, Is
the guest of Mrs. Jones, of X I 111 street.
S. P. Mitchell Is in Clifford this week
Mrs. P. Mllles, of Archbald, spent n
few days In town this week.
The funeral of Miss Maggie AYilllams,
who died at her home on Hill street
last Monday, occurred yesterduy after
noon. Interment was made In Hyde
Mrs. J. L. Thomas, of the AYest Side,
is visiting her sister at Hopbottom,
MIsb Grace Nobel, of Sulem, is the
guest of Mrs. S. P. Mitchell, of the
Miss Lilllo Talor entertained a large
number of her friends at her home on
First street Wednesday evening.
Dr. A'an Sickle attended the funeral
of his grandmother, Mrs. Van Sickle, at
Mlsse Ida and Annie AA'hlte, of Car-
bondale, were the guests of Miss Annie
Murphy, of Delaware street, this week
Dr. AYeston Is laying a new flagstono
walk In front of his residence on Main
A terrible "squeeze" Is reported at
the cider mills.
Sheriff Black was In town recently
looking for law breakers.
Miss AYeston, the elocutionist, gave
a pleasant entertainment at the Pres
byterian church Monday evening for
the benefit of the Pratt library, i. -
David McConnell waa In Scranton
Charles Culver is to succeed Mr. Mox
ley as constable of this borough.
Mrs. John Hayden, of Blnghamton,
y)aa visiting in town this week. , .
The teacher In the graded school
asked recently who was governor of
the stute of Pennsylvania, bnu was sur
prised to hear a little fellow answer:
Pat Put somebody, but I can't think
of his other name."
Attorney Replogle, of Scranton, was
in town yesterday. I
Many of our students attended the
Halloween social at the Baptist church
The senior class commenced the
study of Virgil Tuesday. Principal
Loomls is the instructor. .
AVIllard Bunnell, of the class of 93,
and B. F. Thomas, '94, play on Jhe
Bucknell Foot Ball team this season.
Messrs. Rathbone and Tomllnson, of
Colgate university, spent Sunday with
Professor Harmon. ,
The second foot ball team played its
first match game Saturday. Its op
ponent was the first team of Cann's
school of Scranton. The game was
closely contested, and the playing of
both teams was excellent. The game
resulted In a score of 4 to 0 in favor of
The Young Men s Christian associa
tion Tuesday afternoon was led by
Clinton Cook. There was an unusual
ly large attendance and good interest
was manifested throughout the whole
The Young Men's Christian associa
tion sends a special invitation to all the
young men of the school to attend these
AValter Kemmerer was elected presi
dent of the Simpson union of Epworth
leagues which was organized at the
Methodist Episcopal church Saturday.
This union includes the Epworth
leagues of Tunkhannock, Nicholson,
Ransom, Mill City, East Lemon, AA'av-
erly, Clark's Green, Falls and Factory-
Hubert Stanton, of the class of '93,
now of Rucknell university, made us a
Study the Baker ballot law, consider
the different candidates for olllce in
Lackawanna county. Study the prin
ciples involved in the coming election,
and vote Intelligently at the mock elec
tion to be given on election day by the
Current Topic league.
Rev. Catterall, of AAratsontown, called
upon his son, George, Tuesday.
Miss Clara Long, our teacher in vio
lin music, and Miss Eva Acken. our
teacher in elocution, will give a choice
literary and musical entertainment In
main chapel Friday evening. They
have been fortunate in securing the
Conrad orchestra of Scranton to assist
them. An admission fee of 23 cents
will be charged. The following is the
programme: Selection, Conrad orches
tra; reading, Miss Eva N. Acken; violin
selestion, Miss Clara Long; cornet
duett, Messrs. Conrad and Stanton;
reading, Miss Acken; selection, Conrad
orchestra; trio, Mrs. Conrad, Miss Long
and Mr. Wldmayer; reading, Miss Ack
en; selection, Conrad orchestra; violin
selection, Miss Long; reading, Miss
Acken; selection, Conrad orchestra;
Mrs. Conrad and Miss May Fidelia
Levi Casterllne died at the home of
his brother, AYIllani, on AYednesday,
last. Funeral at the house today at 1
Mrs. Menzo AYilllams, of Dunmore,
Is visiting Mrs. P. G. Harris.
Mrs. Harvey Slckler, of Tunkhannock,
was calling on friends and relatives
Mrs. Joseph Silkman and daughter,
Anna, of Providence, ura visiting Mrs.
G. AY. Nlven.
Harry AVIlklns returned from Phila
delphia yesterday and will remain home
until after election.
Miss Genevive AYilllams Is ill.
l ire Caused by a Koeket.
One of the awnings on the Delaware and
Hudson depot on Lackawanna avenue
was set on lire by u rocket used by a
passing pflrude. Officer Kldgeway pulled
the alarm at box 1 and severul compa
nies responded, the nit; being promptly
extinguished by the aid of chemicals.
The Finest in the City.
The latest improved furnish
ings and apparatus for keeping
meat, butter and eggs.
223 Wyoming Ave.
IF SCRANTON HAD A
Would be convicted of selling more Clothing, far cheaper and giving
greater value, than any other house in the city. It is caused by the
fact that we have purchased the largest hill of Men's and Uoys'
Clothing ever shipped to our city, from the world-famed Wearwell
Suit Company, New York. The Wenrwcll Suit Company was for
years the largest of its kind in New York. They wished to retire
and rest. We made them an offer for their entire stock and received
the following answer, which explains itself.
Office of the Wearwell Suit Company,
' 10 and 18 West Third Street,
The Bell Clothing House, Scranton:
Gentlemen Although your oiler of S3 per cent, cash of the
manufacturing price for our entire stock Is ridiculously low, we are
M compelled, being anxioua to close our business and n Hairs, to
accept same, win suip enure stock tonav iv u., l,. & v. it. it.
Youra truly, THE WEARWELL SUIT COMPANY.
The advantage of our grand purchase wc will give to our friends
and customers. Call and sec the goods and prices to realize the
great bargains you can secure.
I T r
RELIABLE ADVERTISERS OF FACTS.
SIGN OF THE BELL ; 230 LACKAWANNA AVE.
The Magic Touch
You smile at the idea. But
if you are a sufferer from
Dyspepsia And Indigestion, try a bottle, nl be
fore yon have taken half a dozen doses,
you will Involuntarily think, and no
'That Just Hits It!"
"That soothing effect is a magic
touch!" Hood's Sarsaparilla gently
tones and strensrthens the stomach
and digestive organs, invigorates the
liver, creates a natural, healthy desire
for food, gives refreshing sleep, and
in short, raises the health tone of the
entire system. Kemcmber
Hood'3 Pills cure liver Ills, constipation
illious uess, jaundice, sick headache, lndn;t.iti.m
Manufacturers of the Celohratoii
foo,ooo Barrels per Annum
UAKCFiCTURERS' AGISTS JOB
TRENTON IRON CO.'S
VAN ALEN & CO.'S
OXFORD IRON CO.S
DIERCHANT BAR IRON.
REVERE RUBBER CO.'S
BELTING, PACKING AND HOSE.
"HOYT'S" LEATHER BELTING.
A. B. BONNEVILLE'S
"STAR" PORTLAND CEMENT.
AMERICAN BOILER C0.S
"ECONOMY" HOT AIR FURNACES.
GRIFFING IRON CO.'S
434 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Instruments In every sense of the term
as applied to Pianos.
Exceptional In holding their original ful
ness or tone.
NEW YORK WAREHOUSE. No. 80
J 113 Adam Ave..New Telephone Bdg
New York, Oct. 29, 1891.
1 HUNT CONNELL
!IH . 1 I I I 1 1 I I lllllllllllllkkk f
400-402 Lackawanna Avenue.
THE FINEST IN
GRAND - DISPLAY
Fall :. OpeDiD:
Figured all over, fringe CC flO DED DA ID
top and bottom . . . OJiUU ILII THIIi
lCsThese were previously sold at $7.00. Six colors to
A new line of Chenille and Tapestry Covers.
Rich Velour Table Covers. Elegant line of Gob
lin Tapestry Covers and PilloAv Covers.
Four sizes of Hampers, in a variety of colors. ,
All neAV. Waste and Scrap Baskets. y '
SCREENS and EASELS
ALL PRICES AND KINDS,
KERR & SIEBECKER
406 and 408 Lackawanna Avenue.
BRANCH AT CARBON DALE.
May have noticed a depreciation in trade
during the past two months. If they
have, we are greatly to blame. The way
those Clocks and 100-piece Dinner Sets
have been leaving our establishment you
would think people were getting them for
nothing. So they are. And in conjunc
tion with the free gift of a Clock we give
the best and greatest value for $50.00.
Likewise with our Dinner. Sets with $75
worth of goods of equal worth. We're
busy all over the store in consequence.
October proves to be the banner month In
, our career. "Easy Payments" have some
claims on the improvement. Our object
is to furnish at as low figures as possible.
Can get special
13 CALLED TO OUR
inducements upon inquiry,
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