The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, November 14, 1894, Page 8, Image 8

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Two Kinds of Fur Capes oiirs and
itber people's. Ours fruui cheap
est to dearest, are well made and
Every garment LOOKS more than it
( OSTtS. Kush of busiuess tremendous.
Pleases women to get "elegance at
moderate cost."
' $6,50, $19.50, $23.50,
$25, $27.50 up to $75
Never, never, never so much for so
J it tie. Every detail of manufacture
closely watched and carefully calcu
lated, Result--- Maximum style, tnini
nhim post. Prices 3. 50, $0.50,
$7.50, 9.50, 10.50, 812.50 up to
$30. Every one a bargain. Tell
our neighbors.
Only the styles upon which Dame
Fashion has set her stamp of ap
provaland just such, too, as
have been pronounced perfect by
competent glove judges,
Grand Depot.
412 Spruce St., Scranton.
Dr. Itoovos Is now fully established nt
111! Spruce Htreet, Scranton. Ho has per
formed some wonderful cures nnd 1ms
Ruined tlio confidence) of the public. Ho
has come to stuy und will remain PEit
ilANENTl.Y ut his Spruce street parlors.
Ho has had long and varied experience In
hospital and private practice and treats
iili ucuif and chronic disunites of men, wo
men and children.
H gives advice, Ron-Ices nnd examina
tions KTi-EE OP CflAKG. No Olio is
turned away.
Ho, with his assistants, treat nil dis
eases of the nervous system, diseases of
the eye, ear, nose and throat, dvspep-ilu,
rheumatism, lost vitality, premuturo
weakness or decay In both sexes, nervous
debility, catarrh, tumors, cancers, erup
tions, blood poisonlnir, fits, epilepsy, in
discretions and errors of youth, lost'inan
hood, eczema, scrofula, Kt. Vtas' dunce,
asthma, diseases of the heart, lungs, liver,
kidneys, bladder, stomach, etc.
Offer to the Public for Catarrh.
Any ono suffering with Catarrh who
visnes to be permunontly, qulcklv mid
cheaply cured may receive three months'
treatment for only FIVE DUI.LAHS. Tho
doctor lms discovered a specific, fur this
dreaded disease. You can ttent and cur
yo.irseir ana lamny with it at home.. It
never falU to cure. A trial treatment
OFFICE HOUR3-Dal!y 9 a. m. to 9 p.
m.: Sundays, 10 to 12 and 2 to 4.
Take elevator In Christian's Hat Store,
ir stairs.
Romember the name and number.
Window Shades and
Wall Paper.
i All the Latest Designs,
J.Sc6tt Inglis
four floors' above Wyoming Uousew
Highest of all ia Leavening Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report
John Walsh, npo 113 years, died at hlB
home in Morgan' Lane Sunday night,
from pneumonia. His Illness was of
short duration a little less than a week.
A wife and three children sunive him.
The funeral will occur tomorrow after
noon at 3 o'clock. Interment will be
made In Market Street cemetery.
The funeral of Charles M. Allen took
place yesterday afternoon. The re
mains lay exposed to view nt the family
home, on Swallow street, from 10 until
2 o'clock. The coffin in which tin? body
lay was completely lost to view by the
many floral tributes received from
friends and societies to which he be
longed. Brief services were held ut the
home, after which tho remains were
borne to the First Presbyterian church.
Dr. X. G. Parlte conductor! the servces
and they were Impressive. At the con
clusion of the services the remains,
were borne tn Flttsion cemetery, where
the last sad rites were performed. The
pall bearers were: John Thompson,
Henry S. Gresq;, James l"!one, Judson
Tiffany, Alex liryden, M. J. llrennan,
Owen Junes, John liobble. Anions the
societies thut attended were: I'itston
Canton, Patriarchs Militant, with a
delegation of fifteen from tho Scranton
Canton, led by Brigadier Uencral Ed.
C. Deans, department commander; the
dd Fellows, including the Daughters
of Uebecka; the school board, and the
Order of the Golden Chain attended In
a body; also large companies of F.n
deavorers and school teachers and their
Gus Williams and his excellent com
pany will present his latest success,
"April Fool," at Music Hall this even
James Fleming, of South Main street,
was taken 111 on Sunday and his condi
tion is quite alarming to his friends.
Pneumonia is the trouble.
Charles Kusehcl, who had a tumor
removed from his left breast a few
weeks ago, Is recovering his old-time
health and strength rapidly.
The dissenting members of the First
Paptlst church, who have, shico
their withdrawal from tho church, been
holding meetings in Cooper hall, have
organized a Sunday school and elected
tho following oillcers: Superintendent,
Charles Smiles; assistant superintend
ent, J. II. Fierce; treasurer, Miss Edith
Davis: librarians, William Hale and
Isaac I.ovell; chorister, George Lovell;
irganlst, Miss Edith Davis.
Martin Tierney, ape !(!, son of Michael
Tierney, of Port Griliiith, was badly In
jured In No. 14 shaft, of the Pennsylva
nia Coal company yesterday morning.
His injuries were caused by a blast.
Court Ir in session this week.
Cards are out announcing the coming
wedding of Dr. F. Judson Burdwell to
Miss Hattie R. Little, tho bright and
accomplished daughter of AV. E. Lit
tle, a member of the Wyoming county
bar. The event will take place Thurs
day, Nov. 22, at high noon, at the resi
dence of the bride's parents. The groom
is a rising young physician, and the
twain have . the best wishes 'of a host
of people. i
Judge-elect Dunham Is spending the
week hero, and last night was tendered
ti serenade by the band at "Wall's hotel.
The judge cordially responded.
The friends of Willanl Garey, a
trained nurse In Philadelphia, are much
concerned and mystllled over his sud
den disappearance. In Philadelphia. Ho
came to this place about a month ago
with his little daughter and spent some
time with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. It
U. Garoy, who reside on Wyoming ave
nue, lie returned to Philadelphia the
Sunday night before election In re
spouse to a telegram to tuke charge of
a patient. A few days later his wife
went to the house where her husband
was engaged to take him some clothing,
and was amazed to learn that he was
not there, nor had been for two or
threo da;, s. The lady of the house in
formed her that she und ho disagreed
about tho medicine and ho left election
night. The distracted purenls went
down to tho city Sunday night, but
friends here have heard nothing since.
The grand jury ignored the ensr;
against Charles and A. 1 1. Russell, of
juissen mil, ror njogai llsliing, and put
the costs upon Fish, Commissioner
Clark, of Moshoppen,
1) UK YEA.
William Uesecker, of Kingston, spent
Sunday with his brother Ezra.
Robert Timlin returned home nfte
a visit to friends at Taylor.
J. F. Arnold, of Forty Fort, was the
guest of friends here on Sunday.
Dr. Hislop spent Sunday with friends
at I'lains.
William Monk will leave today for i
two weeks visit with friends ut Phila
The Adonis Social club will elvo i
social at the Pullman hall this evening
wnicn promises to be the grandest af
fair of the season.
The unany friends of Mrs. .Tame:
Walsh were grieved to hear of hei
death, which occurred on Sunday. She
survived by a husband and four
daughters, Mrs. Mnry Cm-ley, MisBei
Anna U. Mary and Nellie. Tlio fnnern
will take place on Wednesday morning
with high moss of requiem ut St. John
church, Pittston, at l.3(. Infertile
In Market Street cemetery.
IiCwIsWhltmnrsli.a student at Klnors.
ton seminary, spent Sunday with his
uncle. Dr. E. T. Whenton, of this place
Mr. und Mrs, Frank T. Okell, of
Scranton, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Miles Gardner over Sunday.
Iilble day was observed ut the Bap
tist church Sunday morning, nnd a very
fine programme was carried out. In the
evening the Baptist and -Methodist
dutches held a Gospel temperance mept
Ing nt the Methodist Episcopal church.
Hurry L. Gardner, of Blnghamton,
visited his parents und friends Sunday
and Monday.
Mrs. Myron Mott was taken to Mill
City for burial Friday last. .. She was
sick about two weeks, und leaves a hus
band and a married daughter to mourn
her loss.
Maurice L. Carpenter, one of our for
mer town boys, who was bo suddenly
killed atWIlkes-Barre Sunday after
noon, was brought home Monday after
nuoti f jf bui'lul, Funeral will be held
at the Baptist church this (Tuesday)
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Dr. C. C. Edwards, of Blnghamton,
was in town yesterday.
Mrs. Giles Carpenter, of this place,
visited Montrose the first of the week.
" Mrs. M. P. Currier, il this place, is
Visiting In Hackettstown, N. J. '
Mrs. Fannie Sirnrell was in the Tar-
lor City Saturday. ,
Mrs. B. F. Bernstein and children are
visiting friends in New York city.
Mrs. Davis, of Nicholson, Is visiting
P. It. Carpenter, of ths place.
Mrs. George Stone, of Blnghamton,
Is visiting her parents in this place.
James Davis' house on Main street is
nearly completed.
Charles Morley and wife visited New
Mil ford on Saturday.
Mrs. John Crook is visiting friends In
.Mrs. W. J. Murphy, of Buffalo, is vis
iting friends in town.
There was ait Interesting revival held
in the Baptist church on Sunday even
ing. J. M. Hays, of San Delgo, is visiting
friends In town.
Barney Alien Is digging a cellar for
a new house on Railroad street.
Mrs. James Millard was in Blngham
ton Monday.
Howard Miner, of New York, is visit
ing friends in town.
Mrs. John Tyler was in the Parlor
City on Monday.
Mrs. Jerry Miller was in Scranton on
Mr. and Mrs. Will Tinker, of thlt
place, who have been visiting In Vestal,
have returned home.
The Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western pay car visited this place yes
Miss Ella Burgett i:i sick.
The new depot is nearly completed.
Colonel Tyler, of Blnghamton, sang
in the Baptist church Sunday morning
and evening.
J. M. Gray, of Blnghamton, was in
town yesterday.
Tho new brick Mock on Main street
Is being built rapidly.
Mrs, Gcorgo Lamb, who hns boon vis
iting in Blnghamton, has returned
The HalMoad Cornet hand will Sere
nade the delegates for tho convention
this evening.
Douglass Mitchell died at the hos
pital In Scrunt.m where he had I n
taken for medical treatment. Jt will
be remembered he was Injured on the
Montrose road about a week ago. He
did not regain consciousness, as his in
juries were about the head. The re
maiirs were brought to this place and
taken to tho home of his brother-in
law, H. ,T. Vosburg. He was the son of
Albert Mitchell, formerly of this pluc
and it nephew of N. T. Mitchell, pro
prietor of the Mitchell House. The
funeral will be held today.
The funeral of the lata Nellie
Gaughan, who died on Saturday even
ing, took place from the home of her
parents, on Hook Terrace, yesterday
morning. A high mass of requiem was
sung in St. Thomas' church ut 10 o'clock
by Kev. Dr. Lueas, during which he
delivered an eloquent and impressive
eulogy of the deceased. The remains
were interred In the Catholic cemetery .
The pall bearers were John McDonnell,
John Duly, James Kearney, John Neary,
and Michael Keogh.
Last evening Mrs. Michael Muhridy,
one of tlie oldest and most respected
residents of tills borough, passed away.
Mrs. Mahady had been ailing for sev
eral months, but It wns only recently
It beenme evident that (loath was near.
Mrs. Mahady was a klndhoarted lady
and a good wife and mother. Her hus
band and son died within a year, and
tho shock their deaths occasioned has
tenod her decline. She is survived by
one sister, Mrs. Michael R. Munley, a
daughter, Mrs. William F. Brennan, und
a son, William Mahady, of Carhondalo.
Her funeral takes place this morning,
A high mass of requiem will bo sung at
10 o'clock. Interment will be In th
Catholic cemetery.
The unfinished condition of tho cul
vert along the street railway on Dutch
Hill Is a menace to life nnd limb. It
should be covered ut once. Already sev
eral have fallen Into It.
The borough council was to have met
last night. A quorum not being present
adjournment was had.
Miss Lizzie Raw-son, of Church street,
is confined to her home by a severe cold
Thomas Mullen, of Greenwood, who
has been sick for the past month, Is
In a crltlenl condition und his recovery
Is doubtful.
There Is a movement on foot among
some of the leading citizens In this
place to get up u petition to have
Minooka nnd Greenwood annexed, to
the city. A meeting of the citizens will
soon be called to take action in the
An unsuccessful attempt was mad
Saturday night to organize a branch o
the Young Ladies' Irish Catholic Ben
evoletit union in this place. Only four
teen ladles were present, fifteen being
required to invalidate a charter. An
other meeting will be held next Satur
day evening.
The Delaware, Lackawanna nnd
Western pay car distributed cash on
fids division vestetdav.
The Gibson Cornet band Is preparing
for a grand concert nt Robert s hall
Gibson, next Tuesday evening.
Charles Alexander Is visiting friends
In town.
Misses Julia Fenian und Annie Dale
were calling on Harford friends Mon
The Woman's Christian association
will hold a dinner at thi Methodist
Episcopal church today.
Whoouiutt cough is still on tho rage
The voting beople are making efforts
to start a dancing school In town for
tho winter.
Mothers! .Mother!! Mothers!!!
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup hns been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children whllo teething.
with perfect success. It sooths tho chile
softens tlio guma, allays all pain; cures
wind colic, and Is tho best remedy for ill
arrhca. Bold by druggists In every par
of the world. Be sure, and ask for "Mrs,
Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no
other kind. Twenty-live cents a Liottlu,
Herbert M. Pease preached at the
Baptist church in Pittston on Sunday.
..Miss Hanna represented the univers
ity as clt legHto to tho Young Women's
Christian association convention held
in Scrantou Jast week. . .
The lecture on China and Korea, giv
en' by F. S. Doffin3, of Philadelphia,
on Thursday night, was very Instruc
tive and interesting.
The week of prayer for schools and
ctdleges is being observed at tho uni
versity. Professor Hulley has charge
of the meetings, which are held every
veiling In the Theta Alpha hall.
We are glad to see Ceptaln Kauffman
with us again nnd we are sure tlmt he
must have had the best of care at the
Lackawanna hospital to return so soon
in such good condition.
The foot ball game with the Indians,
)f Carlisle, played on the college cam
pus, Suturday, wus interesting and ex
iting throughout. The Indians were
heavier than our men and showed su
perior shin in tackling. The character
of (lie game is Indeed deserving of com
mendation: not a Hlu'ile c'ispute oc
curred during the entire game. Buck
hell succeeded In making two touch
downs Uiid kicking one goal in the first
half. During the second half the ball
was kept changing territory alternate
ly, neither side scoring. This ended the
contest with a score of 10 to 0 in favor
of Bucknell. Thus far our record
stands 152 points to our opponents' 12.
Next Saturday a game will be played
with Swurthinore college, ,and upon
Thanksgiving Day, with Dickinson, at
"William Wnnmr i.f NVw Ynvlf nltv.
spent Sunday Willi his pureiits, Mr.
ad .Mrs. George F. Warner.
George Fell post. Grand Army of tho
lopublic, No. 207, held their regular
lonlhlv nieetiior lnst SfiturClnv nleht
and nominated their officers, who are to
o voted for at their next meeting
Mrs. A. Bergen Browe was suddenly
ailed to New York city last week on
IJcad and Scalp Kaw with
Places Size of Sliver Dollar. Va
rious Remedies only caused Fresb.
Eruptions. Applied CUTICUKA.
Change in Twenty-four Hours.
Perfect Cure In Two Weeks.
Mv little son, nitcd three, was very much
troubled with a bruikin out on his scalp
and behind his ear. The places affected wero
about as large as a silver dollar: the flesh
seemed raw and covored with little blisters.
The child suffered considerably, and was nat
urally very fretful. I tried several remedies
without obtaininn any beneficial results; fa
fact the eruptions seemed to be spreading
and new places breaking out. I concluded to
trv tho lincntA, Remedies. I washed the
al'iPi.'U'd parts with the C u ricflcA Hap, talc
ini; care not to irritate the flesh, and applied
Cltici ra. I noticed a change for the better
In the appearance of tbe eruptions In tr.enty
l'oar hour, and In two weeus the eruptions
entirely disappeared, leaving the skin smooth
nnd the scalp clean; in fact a perfect cure,
as I have not seen any indications of any
eruption or breaking out since. 1 Rave the
child only a few doses of the CfTiCLUA ltK
solvent. I consider your Ct'Tici-KA Kuuu
dies very valuable. 1 believe CtTict RA
would be excellent forapplylng to insect bites,
which are verv annoying in this country.
C. A. AK.MSTltO.NG, Swift islaud, N. C.
Bold throughout the world. Prlce.CcTIccr.A,
60c; HoAi'.aie.; I'oitkkDuuo
asu 1,'HI S. Cohf., Solo Props., Boston.
3 " How to Cure Every Bkta DUwose," free.
Store Crowded All the Week with Enthu'
siastic Buyers at the
We boimht the stock of the Hyde
Sale, and arc selling it at a great sacrifice. Sale now going on at the store,
111 S. MAIN AVE MK, HYDE l'AKK. A great opportunity for the people
of liyde Park and vicinity to make their winter purchases iii CL0TIUX(i at
very low prices.
Boys' Pants,
Men's aud Hoys' Overcoats, listers, Suits, Pants, Underwear, Hats, Caps, Etc.,
at Your Own Price, tvery
Sale at Hyde
Park Hat
Clolhiny Store
Main Avenue.
Look for the Sign!
SCRANTON AND WILKES-EARRE, PA., Manufacturers of j
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers
, , General Office: SCRANTON, PA.
account of the Illness of her granddaughter.
M. W. Bliss, sr., leaves for Florida
this week, where, he Intends to spend
this winter.
Mrs. C. E. Mahoney, Miss P. D. Relph,
Mrs. S. H. Bailey and Mrs, Charles
Tinkhnm w ill entertain tho Ladles' Aid
society of the Methodist church, at the
home of Mrs. C. E. Mahoney, Fritlay
afternoon, Nov. 16. The gentlemen of
the church are cordlully Invited for
The Women's Christian Temperance
union will meet at the home of Mrs. J.
W." Mershon, Tuesday, Nov. 13, at 3
o'clock. All are welcome.
Oysters raw, stewed and fried at
Martin Hold's "Little Delmonico."
The Magic Touch
Hood's Sarsaparilla
You smile at the idea. But
if you are a sufferer from
And Indigestion, try a bottle, and he
fore you have taken half a dozen doses,
you will Involuntarily thiuk, and m
doubt exclaim,
That Just Hits It!"
"That soothing effect Is a nia'i
touch!" Hood's Sarsaparilla genii
tones and strcnetheni the stotnaci
anl digestive organs, inviiiora'.cs th
liver, creates a natural, healthy desio
for food, gives refreshing sleep, an.:
in short, raises the health toue of tin
entiie system. Kemember
parilla Hood's Pills curt liver ills, constipation
tlUousni'ss, jaundice, sick beadaehe. Itellf . ti..
The Finest In (he City.
The latest improved furnish
inys and apparatus for keeping
meat, butter and wjgs.
223 Wyoming Ave.
European Plan. First-class Bar at
tached. Depot for licrgner & Engle's
Tannhueuser Boer.
5. E. Cor. 15th and Filbert Sts.,PMIa.
Most desirable for residents of N". K
Pennsylvania. All conveniences for
travelers to and from broad Street
station and the Twelfth and Market
Street station. Desirable for visiting
eerantontans and people In the An
thracile P.eglon.
Victor, (Jendron, Eclipse. Lovell, Dnv
moud und Other Wheels.
Park Hat and Clothing store at Sheriff's
Boys' Waists,
2 for 25c.
Purchase a denume Bargain.
Sale at Hyde
Park Hat
Cloth ing Store
Lack. Ave.
Main Avenue.
the rair
400402 Lackawanna Avcnua.
B III ill
tS2- TZ
taille Table Covers
6-4 Chenille Cover, $i.oo each; reduced from $1.25.
We also carry the 4-4 and 8-4 sizes.
Chenille Draperies
An endless line of patterns, The low prices will as
tonish you.
Japanese Screens
Black and Gold, White
Cloth Screens.
Unfilled Oak Screen
Oak Tables
75c., 90c., $1.25, 1.50
Great Bargains
406 AND 408 LACKA. AVE.
Branch at Carbondale.
hut j pinnniiu imu in
1 I 1
UllllL 1! UlllJ Hi iiU 9 11 ,
e will have on sale a beautiful lot of Water Color
' and Pastel Effects, framed handsomely in white and
gold and antique oak frames. The size of these pic
tures is 20x24. They consist of the latest and most
celebrated productions of the masters. The above,
mounted on a neat, substantial bamboo easel, will be
sold while in stock at
rno niivrnor nun men
run nuivmt hihu tnotLi
AnRTH $3.75.
Some are displayed in our large window. '.
tfciOur Room-making Sale begins next Mon
day. Watch and wait.
.1 ..,,1 . k if V ' " n. . Wk li fK -M MW
P" " " ...j
and Gold and Light Colored
and $2.50 each. These are
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PIC iis
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