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THE SCUAXTOX TlUliL'MJb'KlDAV MOKXIXG, XOVEMBEH 1, 189-J.
Two kinds of Fur Capes ours and
other people's. Ours from cheap
est to dearest, arc veil made and
Every garment LOOKS more than it
COSTS. Rush of business tremendous.
Pleases ( women to get "elegance at
$6.50, $19.50, $23.50,
$25, $27.50 up to $75
Xcver. never, never so much for so
little. Every detail of manufacture
closely watched and carefully calcu
lated, Result Maximum style, mini
mum cost Prices 13. 50, !?G.50,
S7.50, $10.50, $12.50 up to
?30. Every one a bargain. Tell
Only the styles upon which Dame
Fashion has set litr stamp of ap
prowl and just such, too, as
have been pronounced perfect by
competent glove judges.
. 412 Spruce St., Scranton.
Dr. Rucvea Is now fully established at
41U Spruro street, Borunton. He has por
tormect aomo wonderful cures and has
u Inert the conlldonve of the public, lie
hus come to stay and will remain PER
MANENTLY at his Spruce street parlors.
He hus had lonr and varied experience in
hospital und private practice and treats
nil ucute and chronic diseases ot men, wo
men und children.
lis gives :idvice, services and examina
tions FREi: OF CHAHGK. No one Is
mi ned away.
He. with his assistants treat all ills
ruses of the nervous system, diseases of
the eye, ;ur, nose and throat, dyspepslu,
rheumatism, lost vitulity, premature
weakness or decay In both sexes, nervous
debility, catarrh, tumors, cancers, erup
Tlons, blood poisoning, fits, epilepsy, In
Usuretlons and errors of youth, lost man
hood, eczema, scrofula. St. Vtas' dance,
asthma, diseases of the hcurt, lung?, liver
kidneys, bladder, stomach, etc.
YOUNG MEN POSITIVELY CURED
, uiivi iu iuu ruuiiu i ui minim.
Any one auuemiK wnn vatarrn vnn
wishes to be permanently, quickly and
cheaply cured may receive three months'
treatment for only FIVE DOLLARS. Tlio
doctor has discovered a specific for tills
dreaded disease. You can treat und cure
yourself and family with It at home. It
never fails to cure. A trial treutuient
, OFFICE HOURS-Dally 9 a, m. to 9 n
n . Dttii.liwii la 1 nnA O in A
Take elevator In Christian's Hat Store,
Remember the name and number.
DR - REEVES,
, -412 SPRUCE STREET, SCRANTON.
Window Shades and
; Wall Paper.
All the Latest Designs.
J. Scott Inglis
419 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
four doors above Wyoming Houu.
Highest of all ia Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
EWS OFJBIS VICINITY
The second quarter commenced Mm
iy. Thu attendance Is much larger
than It was lust nuarter and the pros
pects are good for a most successful
A very interesting meeting of "l'hl
Mu" society wua held lust Friday even-
ng. Most of the' time was devoted to
general discussion on the subject
Should National Party Policy Be Con
sidered lu Voting for Town and City
Officers?" A large number participated
in life discussion, and both sides were
The new astronomy cluss recites nt 8.15
tithe morning. Professor Harmon Is the
At the meeting of the Current Topic
leunue, Wednesday afternoon, tlio fol-
owing officers were elected: President.
X. Slmerell; vice president, F. Boles;
secretary, John Walters; treasurer,
Harry Alumford; critic, Howurd Swal
low. The monthly union prayer meeting
f the Young Women's Christian asso-
latlon and Young Men's Christian as
sociation waB held Tuesday nftcrnoon.
liu subject was "Christian Charity."
fofess Harmon led the meeting. All
who attended enjoyed a spiritual feast.
According to the Phi Mu Lantern the
allowing dialogue took place in one of
the classes at the ucademy. Professor
, "Mr. D , a fool can usk ques
tions that a wise man can't unswcr."
Mr. D , "That is why so many of us
Hunk' in examination."
Miss Ayer, of Philadelphia, gave us
two very interesting addresses Tuesday
n the Interest of the "Students' olun-
eer Movement" in Christian missions.
n the ufternoon she spoko upon the
need of greater missolnary efforts in
foreign lands. In the evening she gave
an Interesting account of the work of
ho "Students' Yotunteer Movement.
The members of the "Phi Mu" society
are considering the advisability of es-
ubllslilng a school paper.
The Epworth league is preparing for
uiand lime at their harvest home
sociul to be held in the church parlors
Wednesduy evening, Nov. 21. The
liurch will be decorated with corn
stalki", pumpkins and other agricultur
al products, and a novel programme
lu keeping with the surroundings will
be rendered. Miss Ella Urown is to be
Queen of the harvest and receive the
olferings. In addition, pumpkin pie,
doughnuts and hot cocoa will be served.
The admission price Is 1G cents.
F. L. Slttser, president of the Wyom
ing National bunk, has gone to the
'blue grass" regiona of Kentucky on a
business trip. He will be absent a
couple of weeks.
Willis S. Miller has been admitted to
the bar, having studied law the past
three years with Charles E. Terry und
Judge Sittser. He is a bright young
man, a graduate of Lafayette college,
and has a promising future before him.
He thinks of locating in New Jersey.
Two of the remaining children of
John Donley are dangerously ill. The
funeral of the youngest occurs today.
There is a strong probability that the
election of E. M. Dunham for president
judge of tills district will be contested
on the ground of illegul voting. It is
alleged that several of the voters at
Lopez, Sullivan county, were non-residents
and others were not of legal age.
Mr. Dunham hus but twenty-nine ma
jority, and the friends of Judge Sittser,
the del'euted candidate, are looking the
The grand jury returned n, true bill
in the indictment of Dell Harford for
The body of Houle Capwell, who acci
dentally shot himself while hunting ut
1'riendsvHle, SuH'iuohunna county, was
brought down the Montrose roud lust
night. He waa a son of Wllllum Cup
well, J. P., of East Lemon, a bright
young man of unud is sincerely
On Sunday morning there was a
class of thirty-four taken in full mem
bership in the Methodist Episcopal
church. It was the largest cluss ever
taken In at one time In this places
The meetings continue in the Method
ist Episcopal church and arc very in
teresting. If you wish to hear a good
sermon, drop In any evening.
Rev. ilr. Shipmun, of Hawley,
preached a very Interesting sermon in
the Methodist Episcopal church, on
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.
The Cheerful Workers will meet nt
the home of Mrs. Lamercuux on Tues
Father Walsh and his congregation
will hold a festival in the Odd Fellows'
hall on Nov. m.
Mrs. E. Simpson is in Now York, vis
iting her daughter, Mrs, Barber.
H. L. Clements is at homo from the
Wesleyan university. Hts Is con fined
to the house at present by sickness.
Airs. F. Kold Improves very slowly.
('. M. Lancaster litis moved to MuohIc.
Mrs. Labar has moved into C. Al. Lan
A merry party of young folks from
Hollistervllle came to Hotel Allen for a
dance and a general good tlm on Wed
nesday night. A number of our young
people Joined them.
The young friends of Ailllle Davis sur
prised her at her home on Wednesday
evening, it being her nineteenth birth
day. Among those present were: The
Misses Kuth Gardiner, Sophia Slmpklns,
Sirrah Decker, Grace Travis. Nonle
Lubar, Ella Pelton, Jessie and
Ellen Bourn, Jennie and Florence Can
non, Alabel Dewltt, Llda Crltenden, Liz
zie Harnden, Florene Yeager, Vlleda
Wilbur, and Aiessrs. S. Watts,
S. Wilcox, B. Wilcox, I). Gardi
ner, L. Slmpklns, E. Snyrt?, W.
Davis, C. Yannort, W. Van Brunt,
Frank Van Brunt, George Dulrymple,
Jacob Pyle and many others. Refresh
ments were served about 11 o'clock. All
left wishing Millie many happy returns
of the day, voting a good time.
L. E. Brown, of Brooklyn, N. Y has
been spending a few days with His par
ents on Spring Garden street.
A. Bur tree and H. S. Watts have gone
to Sterling to hunt.
The new Methodist Episcopal church
will be dedicated Sunday, Nov. 25. Rev.
B. I. Ives, D. D., of Auburn, N. Y., will
prcuch at 10..10 a. m. At 2.30 addresses
by fuinur pastors. Rev. W. L. Thorpe,
presiding elder, will preach at 7 p. m.,
after which the formal dedication will
Aliases , Stella Arnold and Emma
Barnes left yesterday to take a course
of study at the State Normal school, at
Mrs.- Edwin Evans and Miss Maggie
Evans, of Plttston, are visiting iheir
sister, Mrs. Z. P. Tlnklepaugh.
Frank Lemon, of Grassy Island, Is
very sick. :
Mr. and Mrs. George Tiffany, of
Jerinyn, were among the many callers
In town yesterday.
Marcus Bortee is Improving from his
attack of pneumonia.
The nauseating stench that eman
ates from the cells in the borough lock
up, and with which prisoners and those
whose business compels them to visit
the jail are so seriously annoyed,
Is at last arousing public Interest. While
there are many places througout the
borough where the germs of loathsome
disease lurk, it Is extremely doubtful if
a more contamlnuted spot exists at the
present time than the lockup.
At a recent meeting of the Cooper
Hall wing of the Water Street Baptist
church, the following resolutions were
adopted, by the ex-parle council:
"First, while we cannot com
mend Die entire course of the
expelled members, yet we recog
nlze them as Buptist brethren and can
not evade the convention that an In
excuseuble rashness has characterized
the action of the pastor and members
of the First Baptist church of Pittston
in the wholesale exclusion of members;
second, that the course taken by Pastor
Stewart has been such as we cannot
commend, and, therefore, we would
kindly advise his withdrawal from the
Held Immediately; third, thut we coun
sel our expelled brethren to seek restor
ation to the church, and to- continue
their quasl-organlzation until they are
received back; fourth, that if, after all
reasonable und prayerful effort, a
conciliation shall prove impossible, the
expelled brethren should seek further
council. Signed. W. II. Mentzer, muder
ator; George Hlne, clerk."
"While there Is so much talk about
candidates for the lirst mayorality of
the new city of Pittston. it should j
understood thut Burgess Maloney, who
was elected lust spring for three years,
lias the t all for the office, if lie wauts
it." Gazette. True enough, neighbor,
but It Is usscrted on excellent authority
thut Mr. Alaloney has expressed him
self us being adverse to being h candi
This vicinity is again the victim of a
gang of sneuk thieves. Wednesduy
night no less than three places were vis
Ited on the West Side. The victims
were: Hitchner & Co.'a office, 'Squire
James Ehret's ollice. and Jenkins &
Co.'s store. From Indications It would
appear 'hey first visited Hltchner's
office. They found a tag hanging on
the door of the sufe. on which was the
inscription: "Don't blow open, it is un
locked; try it." The burglars. It ap
pears, made use of the knowledge, as
the sufe door was found open. The safe
is only' used for the repository of the
books, so the thieves, not finding any.
tiling of value, next proceeded to Jen
kins' store. After effecting an entrance
by means of u window and ransacking
the drawers, they attacked the safe in
the office. With the aid of heavy ham
mers, the comblhution lock und knob
was shattered, thereby allowing the
door3 to be opened. Eleven dollars and
eighty-three cents, ull the money In th
safe, was taken, together with a sliver
watch and a box of cigars.- The thieves
next visited 'Squire Ehret's ollice, but
finding nothing of value, departed un
are yet among the missing.
The Clear Spring shaft wan Idle yes-
terday us a result of nn accident to the
hoisting machinery, which occurred the
day previous. The accident was due
to the breaking of one of the shafts upon
which revolve the sheave wheels at the
top of the tower.
The employes of the Pennsylvania
Coal company will be paid at the uppe
end today. Those at the lower end
The board of trade will hold an 1m
portant meeting this evening. A large
attendance is desired..
lllchard Gray, formerly of I.arabee'
barber shop, will open a barber sho:
in Vandilng in a few days.
A. M. Gillett, of Gibson, was In the
Aliss lone Tyler, AIlss Susie Randall
Rev. P. B. Kennedy and Edward Ran
dall returned from the Chrlstiun En
deivor convention at Hallstcad, yester
The funeral of Mrs. James Brucey
of Vundling, was held yesterday. Rev
J. J; Coroner conducted the services
In St. Agnes' church. Interment in St
Rose Catholic cemetery, Carbondalc
Daniel Chambers, a popular knight
of the razor, was a visitor in Carbon
dule, yesterduy. "' .
Miss Grace Bonner, a talented clo
cutloiilst, gave a pleflslny. entertain
ment in Ataxey s hall ednesday even-
Ellinwood's repertoire players, who
are at the Opera House this week, ur
presenting strong plays by a competent
company of artists, for such Is the name
they deserve. "The Gold King" was
presented Wednesday evening to
pleased audience. The entire cast ren
dered their respective parts in a finished
manner. The singing of Miss Buye
charms the audience. Lust evening the
drama "East Lynne" was given.
A special meeting of the Ladles' Aid
society will be held at the home of Mr
John Alexander this evening to mak
arrungemeuts for an apron sale, which
will be held in the near future.
Miss Mary Alknitin, of Wilkes-Barr
spent yesterday with her parents, M
and Mrs. Charles Alkman, of Pack
' Rose of Sharon Lodge, Daughters of
St. George, held a special meeting last
evening for the purpose of electing offt
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Argus Howell,
Mothers ! .Mothers ! I .Mothers ! ! !
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Byrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teething,
with nerfoct success. It sooths the child,
softens the gums, allays all pain; cures
wind colic, and is the best remedy for li
arrhea. Sold by druggists in every part
of the world. Be sure and ask for "Mrs,
Wlnslow's Soothing Byrup," and take no
other klndi Twenty-liv cents a bottle,
The funeral of Airs. Caroline Smith,
of Glonburn, was held at the Baptist
hurch lust Saturday morning at 11 a.
The sermon was preached by Rev,
James Fielding. Mrs. Smith was known
by a number from this place, and was
highly spoken of by all.
Fred Foster, of NicholHon, was at
t,hls place Monday.
Miss Jennie Tlnkham, of Clark's Sum
mit, spent Sunday with relatives at this
place. ( . .
The meeting of the Ladles Aid so
ciety of the Baptist church was held at
the residence of Airs. S. E. Stelle, on
Waverly street, lust Wednesday after
noon. Among thoes present were: Mrs.
Ella Smith, of Glenburn; Mrs. Charles
Aiiller, Airs. X. L. Purdy, Airs. William
Rice, Mrs. Monroe Dean, Mrs. Emma
assaber. Airs. S. E. Finn, Airs. Frank
Smith, AJrs. A. Ball. Airs. Asa Eaton,
Airs. W. A. Dean, Mrs. Charles Purdy,
Airs. Fields, Airs. Frank Colvln, Airs.
H. Al. Ives, Mrs. Snyder, of Scranton;
s. George Northup, Airs. Ed.
Northup, of Glenburn; Allsses Leah
Pardee, Ester Purdy.
J. H. Swurts hus commenced exec
uting for the cellar for his new house
on Scranton street.
The school here now commences at 1
.m. and lets out at 3.30.
Among those who attended the Nich
olson fair last Tuesday evening were:
Thomas AleNulty, Oscar Reynolds,
ohn Alartiu and Edward Ryan, Ailssea
usle Ward, Nellie Burns, Aluy Barrett,
Jennie V. Devers, Nellie and Elllo Gan
W. E. Smith has been very sick for a
few duys, but Is recovering.
Mrs. A. G. Ives spent Tuesday with
Born, to Air. and Mrs. Oscar Relph, a
The lecture at he Buptist church last
Wednesday evening by S. G. Kerr, of
crunton, was very Interesting. The
ext one will wcur next Wednesday
evening, when C. W. Pursons, of this
place, will lecture on the subject of
Machines and Inventions." Admission
Aliss Grace King, of Clark's Summit,
Is visiting frleiids at this place,
rred Phillips, ot Scranton, was at
this place Tuesday.
The revival services at he Atothodlct
hurch began Just Thursday evening
under the direction of Rev. Air. Mors
of New Jersey. All should come.
S. D. Austin, of Wallsvllle, Ta., Is
spending a few days with relatives at
Miss Julia Cudden, of tills place, won
the gold wutch in the contest at the
Nicholson fair last Tuesday evening.
Shi- collected $W4.
D. G. Black, of Nicholson, was nt this
place one day last Week,
Amos P. Allen spent a couple days
this week with Scranton friends.
George Hourdmun, of Clark's Sum
mit, is visiting relatives here.
During a meeting held by the Demn
ats at Daltoii, in a Baptist church, u
'ew nights before election, some of the
speakers, in order to make an Impres.
sion on their hearers, commenced to div
ide the Republican party for holding
their meetings In Dickson's burn. This
made the younger generution angry,
and they. went out with the avowed
ui'poso of revenge. They procured I In
services of four live skunks and threw
the animals into the room where the
meeting was being held. In five sec
onds the nudience was so small thut
nothing remained but the speakers,
Messrs. Alerrilleld. Smith and Tom Flsk,
who did all in their power to have the
people remain, but to no purpose.
A fatal accident occurred yesterday
morning at the new Franklin colliery
when William Henrlck met instant
death. He was u carpenter employed
at rebuilding the breaker which some
mouths ago was destroyed by fire. He
was siunding on u lieuni attempting to
push h large plunk over to another
beam, but the timber proved too lieuvy
and he was thrown Into the air and he
fell to the hard plunk Hoor below, strik
ing with terrible force upon ills head.
His remulns were tuken to Wllkes-
Store Crowded All the Week with Enthu
siastic Buyers at the
GENUINE BANKRUPT SALE OF
CENTS' FURNISHINGS, HATS,
We bought the stock of the Hyde Park Hat nntl Clothing tore at Sheriffs
Sale, anil are selliun it at a great sacrifice. Sale now going) on at the store,
lit S. MAIN' AYENTE, HYDE PARK. A great opportunity for the people
of Hyde Park and vicinity to make their winter purchases iu CLOTHING at
very low prices.
1 for 25c
Men's and Boys' Overcoats, listers, Suits, Pants, Underwear, Hats, Caps, Etc
at Your Own Price. Every Purchase a Genuine Bargain.
Sale at Hyde
SIGN OF TUB
Look for the Sign!
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
SCRANTON AND WILKES -
l-UUUIIIUIIIUUI VIU1IUIIUI I I.IIC.IIIUUI
HUlSIIPili ANU rUmPINU MACHINERY.
Barro on the 2 p. m. train. Deceased
was 35 years of age and is survived by
The work of framing the new resi
dence of T. P.- Pierce, on Salem avenue,
was commenced yesterday.' '. '
mum supper ia the chapel of the Bap
tist tabernacle under the auspices of
the Ladles' Aid society. '
The fire alarm which sounded yester
day shortly before 1 o'clock, was caused
by a slight blaze In the Italian quarters
on Dundaff street.
Miss Jessie Weatherby and Oscar
Wonnacott were united In marriage on
Tuesday of this week at Windsor, N.
Y. It was a great surprise to their
many friends who are now extending
Airs. Frederick Parker, of Pittston, is
the guest of Air. and Airs. J. W. IMmock,
of Salem uvenue.
Yesterday morning about 7.30 o'clock
occurred the death of Alts. Mary Swee
ney at the home of her niece. Airs. Foxe,
at 144 South Alain street. Funeral will
be held on Saturday ufternon at 3
o'clock. Interment will be made In St.
Rose cemetery ,
Rev. W. A. Beecher is about closing
his labors with the Wyoming Presby
terlan church. During his four and
one-half years' pastorate, seventy-three
members have been added to the church
and many improvements have been
made. Mr. Beecher resigns because of
the malarial climate, which Is seriously
affecting the health of his family. The
church has Just noted the rotary sys
tern of eldership, and new elders, six in
number, have been elected on this plan
and will be inducted into ollice next
Sunday morning by the retiring pastor.
At the last communion season, Nov. 4,
six new members were received Into the
J. Frank Smith Is luying the fotinda
tion for u large building on Wyoming
avenue near the Wyoming monument.
Aliss Aiuggle Swltzer, of Wyoming,
and Aliss Llllle Swltzer. of Loekvllle,
spent Tuesday with relatives in Kings
Inflamed Eyes and
The Success of Hood's Causes
Croat Rejoicing-A Perfect Cure.
Mi Cora B. hberl
1 C. I. Hood Si Co., Lowell, Majj.:
" I feel It a duty to stute what Hood's Sarna-
parilla has done for me. I was almost blind,
ucin compelled to itay in a darkened room on
account of luflaoiinatlon of the eyes. I alio
luflered with running sores ou my body. I was
lu terrible condition. My mother tried every
tiling she knew about and I was attended by
two doctors but without helping me. Flnall
iicriu a Mirsaiiaruiit was reuoiuiueiineil and
in not UKii two bottles before 1 began to get
better. The hitliuiiniatiou left my eyes sad the
sores neatea, anu me result was mat
I Became Stronger,
and was restored to perfect health. At that
time 1 was only twelve years old ; now I am
nineteen and I have not sluce been troubled
with my eyas or noticed any sign of a return ot
the sores oh my body. I can recommend Hood's
Sarsaparllla as an excellent blood liurifvlnir
medicine." Miss Coka Eiieut. Barnesvllle, 1'a.f
'Hood's Pills set easily, yet promptly andi
efficiently, on the liver aud bowels. Su. '
I 2 tor 25c.
Sale at Hyde
BARRE, PA,, Manufacturers of
General Office: SCRANTON. PA.
. . .Al
I Hie Fair
400-402 Lackawanna Annus.
lemlle Table Covers
6-4 Chenille Cover, $ i.oo each;' reduced from $1.25.
We also carry the 4-4' and 8-4 sizes - . -
An endless line of patterns. The low prices will as
' tonish you,
Black and Gold, White and Gold and Light Colored
Cloth Screens. .
Unfilled Oak Screen
75c, 90c, $1.25, $1.50
KERR & SliEBECKER
406 AND 408 LACKA. AVE. ,
Branch at Carbondale.
IWiiihiiihiw iiiii 0tm m
We' 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 inoit
celebtated productions of the masters. The aboe.
mounted bu a neat,
sold while in stock at
Some ave displayed in
l&sOur Room-making Sale begins next Mon
Watch and wait.
and $2.50 .each.
substantial bamboo easel, will be
our large window, : ; '