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TIIE SCBAKTON TBIBUXE MONDAY HORNING-, NOVEMBER 2G, 1894.
An Attractive Collection Fresh
from Ulakers Who are Re
. nowned for Their Skill and
Taste Not a Garment in the
Entire Assortment is Over Two
For beauty of making, l ichness
of trimming and extreme correct
ness of fashion, these stylish gar
ments .surpass the best we have
shown this season. The offerings
have been selected with the ut
most care and include such cloths
as Chinchilla, Beaver, Covert and
Kersey. Many of the choicest
are lined throughout with silk.
A small lot of novelty dress pat
terns comprising some very choice
and desirable Bints, which we
offer at extraordinary inducements.
Dress Patterns 6.98 18.50
Dress Patterns- 7,45 21.00
Dress Patterns-8.45 12.75
Dress Patterns- 8.97-13.25
Dress Patterns- 0.75- 13.50
412 Spruce St., Scranton.
Dr. Reeves Is now fully established at
412 Spruce street, Scranton. He has per
formed some wonderful cures and has
guliied the confidence of the public. He
has come to stay and will remain PER
MANENTLY at his Spruce street parlors.
He has had long and varied experience In
hospital and private practice and treats
all acute and chronic diseases of men, wo
men and children.
Ho (fives advice, services and examina
tions FREE OP CHARUE. No one is
He, with his assistants, treat all dis
eases of the nervous system, diseases of
the eye, ear, nose, and throat, dyspepsia,
rheumatism, lost vitality, premature
weakness or decay In both sexes, nervous
debility, catarrh, tumors, cancers, erup
tions, oiooa poisoning, ins. epilepsy, in
discretions and errors of vouth. lust man
hood, eczema, scrofula, St. Vtas' dance,
asthma, diseases of the heart, lungs, liver,
kidneys, bladder, stomach, etc.
YGUNG MEN POSITIVELY CURED
Offer to the Public for Catarrh.
Any, one suffering with Catarrh who
Wishes to be permanently, quickly and
cheaply cured may receive three months'
treatment for only FIVE DOLLARS. The
doctor has discovered a specific for this
dreaded disease. You can tieat and cure
yourself and family with It at home. It
never fails to cure. A trial treatment
OFFICE HOURS-Dally 9 a. m. to 9 p.
m.: Sundays, 10 to 12 and 2 to 4.
Take elevator In Christian's Hat Store,
:. Remember the name and numbor.
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 House
. Highest of all in Leavening Power.
James Gafney, of Oregon, aged 2."
years, fell to his death a distance o(
600 feet down the Schooley shaft on
Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. .Gaf
ney wanted to cross from one side of
the shaft opening to the other and
Huposing he could step It, perilous as
the undertaking was, he made the fatal
step only to land at the bottom. When
picked up his Injuries Indicated that
the unfortunate man struck on his
right side. Both the right leg and the
right arm were broken and the right
side of the head was badly bruised.
Death must have resulted almost in
stantly. The funeral will take place to
day at 2.30 p. m with Interment in
Market Street cemetery.
John Lavan, of South Main street,
employed as a laborer on the new
Miners' bank building, was seriously
hurt Saturday morning. A workman on
the floor above let fall a large Iron pipe,
which struck Lavan on the head, In
flicting an ugly gash three Inches long.
Dr. Toban put three stitches In the cut.
The Injunction restraining the Trac
tion company from crossing the Dela
ware, Lackawanna and Western tracks
a short distance above tlu Lehigh and
Wllkes-Barre Junction has been dis
solved and the extension of the Trac
tion company's road from here to Dur
yea Is being pushed to completion as
quickly as possible.
At a meeting of the school board Fri
day evening Director Roger Hines was
elected president of the board, the va
cancy being created by the death of the
late Charles M. Allen.
Martin Wendling, formerly of this
place, will tender a "house warming"
to his many friends at the Port Blan-
chard hotel, which he recently pur
chased, on tomorrow evening.
Next Thursday being a holiday, a
mass of thanksgiving will ho cele
brated In St. John's Roman Catholic
church at 9 o'clock In the morning.
During the past week the painters,
decorators and furnishers completed
the Interior of, Joseph Glennon's beau
tiful residence on Susquehanna avenue
and all that now remains for Mr. Glen
non to do Is to move In. This, it is
understood, he will do at once.
The funeral of Mrs. Joseph Sembler,
who died from taking a draught of
poison by mistake, occurred Saturday
morrdng from her late residence. The
remains were taken to the German
Catholic church, where a mass of re
quiem was celebrated by Rev. William
Brehl. Interment was made in the
German Catholic cemetery.
George Dorbad, the tonsorlal artist,
on tomorrow will lead to the altar Miss
Libble Croner, a well known young
lady of Searle street. The ceremony
will take place in St. Mary's church at
9 o'clock, with a nuptial mass, Rev,
Father Brehl officiating.
Kd. Lynch and Miss McAndrew, of
Oregon; Patrick Brown and Miss Mary
Mullin, of Oregon, will be united in
wedlock Wednesday afternoon in St.
John s church.
Miss Nettle Colman, of Broad street,
left Saturday to attend school at Col
umbus, O. Miss Colman was accom
panied by her brother-in-law, C. M
Truman, formerly of the Westminster
hotel,' Scranton, who has lately pur
chased the new Hotel Normandie at the
Miss Laura Morris, of North Main
street, has accepted a position from
the. Scranton Times Publishing com
pany in the capacity of bookkeeper,
bhe will-enter upon her new duties this
Ttev. L. R. Vernon preached to youne
people in the Presbyterian church yes
terday afternoon at 3 o'clock. In the-
evening he ireached in the same place
to men only. Mrs. T. A. Hue-hen nnnke
to ladles in the Baptist church last
night. Both services were well attended
and were very Interesting. Special re
vival services will be held each evening
this week in the Presbyterian churc
conducted by Rev. Vernon.
On Dec. 3 the Flsk Jubilee sdmrnra
will sing In the Methodist church.
The Orpheus quartette, of Illncham
ton,' will give a concert In the armory
on Thanksgiving evening for the bene
nt or tho Baptist church.
Jesse E. Whiting, who was tnlcen aMt
on Friday. Is very much better.
Representatives of the Btate hnnnl nt
neaun are expected here this week to
look Into the cause of typhoid fever.
Mrs. K. W. Carpenter is aeain on the
road to recovery.
Dr. John Wilson, who has been imv
ing a struecle with tvnholil fvr
reportea better on Saturday.
Dr. Duncon. of Phlladelohla. who
cently purchased seventy acres of the
town line farm of W. C. Cruser, has
been making a great many improv
There Is no indication of sleiehini? for
There is to be a special term of cout
for one week beginning this moi nlnir.
The Republicans of this county Heem
to be nearly unanimous in their choice
of H-ed Wright, brother of the late
Hon. M. P, Wright, of Susquehanna
ror congress from this district. He Is i
man qualified to fill the rpannnull,!
position and would work for the inter
ests or every part or the district.
A board of health has been form
here with A. II. McCollum as preside
Ml'S. G. D. Moore, of Brliltrtnn V.
will assist her husband In his evangelis
tic work fit the Methodist church of this
Place this evening (Mondnv.l Mr
Moore Is a member of the Spcnml Pi,o
byterlan church of Brldgton, N. J., and
nas traveled witn ner husband In
work. She assisted him at the t
meetings held at Clark's Summit this
summer. She Is a very fine singer and
should be greeted by a large audience
Edward Seutt, who had his leg broken
while at work at Jermyn's, Is Improv
1"S. . A
George Mumford and John Hawke
Intend to start a skating rink In Smith'
hall In the near future.
Elmer Smith, of Hyde fi 1;, visited
his brother, August Smith, Saturday af
John Elderkln 1b building a fine house
on Maple street.
The basket ball team of this place,
composed of the following young men
Joseph and Edward Rennold, Michael
Kane, Charles Bowman, Thouas Will-
Latest U. S. Gov't Report
lams, Thomas Palmer, will play a
game of ball In Company H armory,
Providence, Thanksgiving night.
Yesterday (Sunday) the convention of
the engineers of the Brotherhood on the
Ontario and Western system between
Port Jervts and Mlddletown, N. Y., and
on the Jefferson branch of the Erie, was
held in the Odd Fellows hall in this city.
The convention was under the direction
of the Ontario and Western engineers of
Caibondale. The delegates arrived here
n the morning at 6.30 o'clock by special
train over the Ontario and Western
oad and made Hotel Anthracite their
headquarters. The morning session
wus called to order at 10 o'clock and was
attended only by Ontario and Western
ngineers. At the afternoon session,
Erie and Delaware and Hudson men of
the city were admitted by invitation.
Among the prominent railroad and
Brotherhood officials who were In at
tendance were George W. West, super-
ntondent of motive power; General
Superintendent Williams, of the Scran
ton division; ipaster mechanic of the
Scranton division, F. G. Stoutlnger;
'resident of Protective Board Youngs,
of Oswego, N. Y., and secretary of the
board of adjustment, Edward McNlff, of
Mlddletown, N. Y. Tho visitors re
turned to their homes on the special
train which left at 7 p.m.
Mrs. James Norris went to Port Jervis
on Saturday evening, where she attend
ed the funeral of her grandfather.
The game of foot ball which was
played on Saturday afternoon by the
Carbondale High School team and a
team from St. Thomas' college, of
Scranton, at the Alumni park, resulted
In a victory for Carbondale. buore, 6
J. M. Tyler and daughter, Jennie, of
Oneonta, N. Y., are guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Reynolds.
The union Thanksgiving services of
the combined Protestant churches will
be held this year in the Berean Baptist
Mrs. Harry Church has returned to
her home in Cooperstown, N. Y., after a
visit in this city as the guest of her
brother, Clayton Curtis, of Canaan
Andrew McCracken, who lias been a
resident of this place for the last forty
years, died at his late residence on
Friday morning at 3 o'clock.
Fred Colvln, who has been spending a
few days in Philadelphia, returned Fri
day evening. '
Professor Neary, of Blnghamton
opened a dancing school here Saturda
The Chatauqua circle was organized
at the home of Mrs. N. L. Walker Frl
The annual Thanksgiving dinner will
be held In the lecture room of the Pres
byterian church next Thursday after
noon from 12.30 till 2, and the price only
The Traction company expect to have
their lire between h"rea:idPittstoncom-
pleted in a few days, and then we may
expect the car In a short time.
Mrs. Lewis returned to her home at
Nantlcoke after a visit to friends here.
The Polish people have organized an
independent political club. They have
enrolled sixty-five members.
The committee In charge of the benefit
ball for Mrs. Mary Langon wishes to
say that the ball will be held at her
home instead of at Singer a hail on rues.
day, Nov. 27.
The Ladles' Aid society in connection
with the Methodist Episcopal church
will give a turkey dinner in the lec
ture room of the church Thanksgiving
day. Pi-Ice of dinner 25 cents for
adults; children Under 10 years old 3,0
cents. Oysters will be served In the
evening. A cordial invitation Is ex
tended to all.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, of Wyoming
territory, visited last week at the home
of their daughter, Mrs. William Mat-
tin, on Brook street.
Professor Charles E. Moxley and wife
were in Jackson on Saturday.
The new depot is neurly completed.
Ackerly Bros, have added a flno new
sign on their store on Main street.
Mrs. Walter Smith was in Bingham
The Hallstead Herald has changed
hands and is now the properly of Hon
James T. Du Bols and William Pik,
private secretary for Hon. Gulusha A
A description of the new First Metho
dist Episcopal church of Peckvllle an
the dedication services held yesterday
appears in another column.
The Babylonian drill will take place
in the Methodist Episcopal church on
Superintendent Bryden, of the Ster-
rick Creek Coal company, has taken up
his residence in Scranton for the win
E. W. Falmer has eonime'nnnrt
make preparations for opening his ne
store in uoyie s mimilng.
F. W. Broad died at his hum
Blakely Btreet Friday nlirht. Hired
years, t unerul will be held this afte
noon at 2 o clock. Mr. Broad was
member of the Patriotic Order, Sons
America, and Odd Fellows, who
attend the funeral in a body.
The birthday party given Harry
Hmitn at ins home, on West Drlnl
street, last Friday night, by his ma
friends was verv larn-elv nttomli.l i.
was one of the pleasant social gathei
lngs of the season. Harry has hosts
or menus mat congratulate him
attaining his twenty-first birthday.
Mothers! Mothers!! -Mothers!-:
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup ha
been usea ior over nriy years by mil
Hons of mothers for their .children while
teething, with perfect success. It' soother
the child, softens the gums, allays all
palnr cures wind colic, and Is the bent
remedy for diarrhea. Sold by druggists
In evory part of the world. Be sure and
n ok for "Mrs. Wlnslows Bootlilnsr 8vrun,
and take no othwrTtlnd, Twenty-fly centa
a bottle. f
Miss Cora Evans, of Gibson, is visit
ing her sisters, Mrs. Benjamin Maxey
and Mrs. J. L. Westgate, of this bor
ough. -. '.
Postmaster F. Cunningham and Ben
jamin V, Maxey were In Carbondale,
aturday, and witnessed the foot ball
game between the St. Thomas and the
High Ssthool elevens.
One of the cases tried at Montrose last
week, was that of the commonwealth
s. Howard H. Kent, of this place, who
was charged with stealing money from
his father, E. L. Kent, while in his em
ploy. The jury found the defendant
guilty and he was sentenced to the
Pennsylvania Industrial Reformatory
All members of British America lodge,
Sons of St. George, are requested to
meet In Maxey's hall this (Monday)
evening, Nov. 26.
Division No. 1, Ancient Order of Hi
bernians, hold their fifth annual ball
Thanksgiving evening In the opera
The musical and Literary association
of this place will hold a grand musical
festival at Carbondale Christmas Day
and evening. Choirs from Scranton,
Wllkes-Barre, Nantlcoke, Hyde Park,
Providence and Olyphant will compete
for the chief prize of $125 that will be
given to the best rendition of the song,
'O Father, 'Whose Almighty Power."
To the successful leader an extra $25
will be given, and $5 to each unsuccess
A meeting of the board of trade was
held Friday evening In Maxey's hall and
by the large attendance and enthusiasm
shown, our borough bids fair to become
a manufacturing town. Dr. C. E. Tay
lor, president, presided, and J. M
Brown was secretary. Active steps
have been tnken for the establishment
of a mine car factory. Introducing our
townsman John F. Gallagher's patent
oil box on the car. ' About $10,000 In
f.tock has been subscribed for the work
A committee consisting of J. J. Walker,
Benjamin Mnxey and James R. Flemln
were appointed to select a site or sites
and to secure an option on the same.
John F. Gallagher and Joseph Stevens
were selected ns a committee to go to
Bloomsburg and Investigate the car
works at that place, as to the building of
the cars and the probable cost of the
same. Dr. F. L. Grander, as chairman
of the committee on transportation, re
ported progress. A large number were
elected to membership. A special meet
ing will be held next Friday at the same
The ladies of the new church will
serve a turkey dinner and supper on
O. H. Lumoreaux Is putting an ad
dition to his house.
Chapman & Co. have completed an ad
dltlon to their office.
Misses Mildred and Alice Drake were
visitors to Scranton on Friday.
L. S. Brown has returned from a short
visit among friends in Scranton.
A series of revival meetings com
menced lust night at the Baptist church.
Rev. C. C. Luther, of Bridgeport, Conn.,
will assist during the session.
Miss May Butterfield, one of the teach
ers of tho graded school, is confined to
her home by illness. .
Mrs. Charles Kern, of Hallstead, is
visiting at the home of D. B. Taft.
WEAK HEN your attention
iuutwimmi 4riifc WnoHah Rpmprtr.
Gray's Specific Medicine
IF Vnil SUFFER from No"
blUty, Weakness of Body and Mind, Bporraft
torrh, and Impoteticy, and U diseases that
wise from over-Indulgence and solf-abuse. as
Loss of Memory and Power, Dimness of Vis
ion, Premature Old Age and many other dls'
eases tnai leaa to lnsaulty or consumption
and an early grave, write for a pamphlet.
Address OKAY MEDICINE CO.. Buffalo.
K. Y. The Hneciflo Uodlclne is sold by all
drugglsU at )1 per packaice,, or etz packaiea
ior or sent dt mail on receipt 01 monuv,
and with every ii.VO order UC GllnRRNTFF
a care or money refunded.
BTOn account of counterfeits we hive
adopted the Yellow Wrapper, the only genuine-
bold la Scranton by Matthews Bros.
Store Crowded All the Week with Enthu
siastic Buyers at the
GENUINE BANKRUPT SALE OF
CENTS' FyRNISHlNCS, HATS, CAPS, ETC.
Wc bought the stock of the Hyde Park Hat and Clothing store at Sheriffs
Sale, and arc selling it at a treat sacrifice. Sale now going on at the store,
114 8, MAIN AVEME, HYDE PARK. A great opportunity for the people
of Hyde Park and vicinity to make their winter purchases in CL0TH1MG at
very low prices.
Boys' Pr,osr 2SC. Boys'
Men's and Doys' Overcoat:!, listers,
ut Your Own Price, bveiy
Sale at Hyde
SIGN OF THE
Look for the Sign!
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BAR RE, PA., Manufacturer of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
. HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Office: SCRANTON, PA
Mrs. Anna Deemcva
Numb Spells, Dyspepsia,
Hood's Sarscparilla Cave Strength,
Removed That Tired Fooling.
"C. I. Hood Si Co "Lowell, Mas.:
"Gentlemen: I feel that I must say a few
words about Hood's Sarsapnrllla, us 1 think It is
the best medicine I have ever taken. 1 had dys
pepsia, and my nerves were weak, my blood
also hi bud condition, and I was troubled will
numb spells when I would sit or lie down.
I Was So Weak
that I could hardly walk across the house when
I began to take Hood's Barsaparlllu. I have
now used seven bottles of this medicine, and
have gained In strength, can do all my work
and not get tired, am ever so much bet
top In nvii-v u-.lv " Mna Av'l 1 IV.KII l-'.Ii.l.
I'auluin, Pennsylvania. .- -
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly mi
eOlcieutly, on the liver and bowels, So.
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MAXtnnciimins' Aotsrn roa
TRENTON IRON CO.'S
VAN ALEN & CO.'S
OXFORD IRON C0.S
MERCHANT EAR 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 LAC ICA WANNA AVE.
C.anX nf fhn hoaf nnnlllv fn .lA,n.tt.
Use, and of all sizes, delivered la any
tin... !... .. nfr . .
P' i vi mo vn ai ivwchi price.
Orders left at my Office
Kin.ua WYOMIKin ivcmnr
Rear room, llrst floor, Third National
Dank, or sent by mall or telepliono to the
mine, will receive prompt attention.
Special contracts will be msda for the
mie auu uenvury 01 uucKwneat coal.
WM. T. SMITH.
Suits, Pants, Underwear, Hats, Caps, Etc,
Purchase a Genuine Bargain.
Sale at Hyde
'S3 : LEADERS OF LOW PRICES.' iS
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g SPECIAL Mas I
Hanging Four Shelf Book Rack, $3.50.
Big Value, $3.50.
A Graceful Four Leg Table, $1.90.
And Four Fold Screen Frame, all of exceptional
values and of latest patterns.
Plush and Leather Seat, $3.00 to $25.00 each.'
In Banjboo, Oak and
Hampers, Waste, Work and Fancy Baskets. Step
Ladder Chairs, Card Tables.
KERR & SIEBECKER
406 AND 408 LACKA. AVE.
That's the word that expresses the results of the
past few daj s of our annual Room-making Sale.
The best advertisement we have had will bespread
around by the crowds of pleased buyers who attend
this sale. The bargains we are selling are some
thing more than noteworthy, something more
than wonderful, and although at these prices al
most everyone is payiqg cash, we still continue to
extend the use of our PEERLESS CREDIT system,
tb all who desire it, at prices lower than that of
exclusive cash houses. Prompt delivery guaran
teed, due to the increase in our wagon service.
Prompt attention from salesmen, as two more
were added this week. Join in the march and
look these bargains over :
The test $1.25 qunllty English Rrus- l9o.
eels Carpet for 75o. por yuril. Hem lllc.
Woolen Carpet for 6i)c per yard. I9e.
Yard-wide Ingrain Carpet ptr e.
(yard) for jyc,
J35.W Polished Otik Sideboard, Jl M
hnndsonicly carved base ami $
top plush lined drawer, lnrt?o 90
bevel mirror, $18.50. An $1S.U0 Bet $1 W
of DlnhiR Chairs, lilyh backs $i to
carved, ptr chair for...;.; si !W
Notwithstanding above give-away prices, we continue
to give the American Onyx Finished Clock with $50
purchases or over and the 100-piece Dinner Set with $75
purchases or over.
White Enamel. '
J45.00 Silk Plush Parlor Suit, five ;3 T5
pieces for Jl'i.Cxj. $75.00 All Silk 3 T5
Urocatclle Frlnned and Over- $3 75
stuffed Suit, 39.u0. A Tapestry 8 75
Covered Lounge, 18 springs for... $1 'u
Special bargains In Chamber Fur- $5 75
nlture, J'.'G.OO suit, Antlquo' Oak, $5 73
lino gloss finish for $18.00, tine ' $5 75
quartered ouk suit, piano finish, ' $.' 75
larffo -French bevel plute, $32.00. $3 75
Neat odd dressers, each for $i 75