The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, December 01, 1894, Page 12, Image 12
. THE SCEAXTOX TItlBUXE SATURDAY MOIEOXG, - DECEMBEIt 1, 1891. : MP H?$sfea NEWS BFJE VICINITY TDNKHANXOCK. RARE- COAT VALUES Ladies' Coats Superbly Made in the Latest Correct Styles. Especial Stress Is Placed Upon the High Qualities ' and Very Low Prices. The garments we show. are not of the ordinary type. They come from a maker who is celebrated for his exquisite taste and matchless skill. The results of his efforts are seen in the attractive display. Not a detail has been overlooked, as all .parts of the garment have received most scrupulous attention. The particular bar gains are in such cloths as Chinchilla, Beaver, Covert and Kersey, many of wliich are exquisitely lined with silk. GORMAN'S Grand Depot. Ilndney J.-tlardwell is gunning over in the Brooklyn oil fields. . Chestnut coal at this station, only nineteen miles froirt the coal beds, costs $4.76 per ton, while on the "battery" nf New York, nearly 200 miles from the coal fields. It can be bought for $1.50. As Conductor Walton says, "there are some things you can't explain." This Is one of them. The official returns in Sullivan county at the recent election -how that the vote for Judge In every township cor responded very closely with that for governor und other state officials. The friends of Judge-elect Dunham are holding this up as evidence that fraud could not have been very largely prac ticed to further the interests of Mr. Dunham. William S. Kutz, J. P., entertained the following company from Wtlkes Barre Thanksslving day: Mr. -and Mrs. Hen Davy. Mrs. Mary Gardner, Miss Hose Kirschkle and William Gardner. Mr. Davy is one of Wllkes-Uarre's best architects, and planned the city hall recently built there, as well as other of the principal buildings. l huries L,ano s horses, which were being used to haul logs at Milller Ik Lane's saw mill near Meshoppen, run away a day of two since and nearly ruined them both. One has been brought home and the other will be In u day or two, if likely to recover. Mrs. Stephen Harding has arrived from Montana for a visit among. rela tives here and at Eatonville. At the close of the Thanksgiving per vice Thursday a collection for the poor was taken up and $8.16 was obtained The Polish priest, Kev. Father Joseph, who held mass and other services here this week, speaks six or seven different languages lluently. S. S. Brecse took a 13-mile trip on bicycle Thursday, nearly his first at tempt' at riding. The remains of Mrs. Palmer Jenkins were transferred from Jackson ceme tery, jiear La Orange, to Sunnyside yes terday, where they will rest beside her husband. A horrible accident occurred at East Lemon Thursday by which Alfred, the 3-year-old son of Charles Dixon, lost his life. The mother had prepared Thanksgiving dinner nnd stepped across the road to invite her parents over to eat with them, leaving the child alone. She was not gone more than five minutes, but when she re turned the child was down upon Us knees near the kitchen door. Its face upon the floor and Its clothes nearly burned off its body. The carpet was on fire, as well as the clothing on the bed In an adjoining room, showing that after Igniting its dress it had run about the house In a vain endeavor to ex tinguish the flames. It lived about three hours aftervird, suffering terrl ble agony. There was nothing to show that it had been playing with the fire in the stove, and It doubtless must have picked up a match. The funeral will occur today at 2 p. m. Communion services will be held at the Presbyterian church Sunday morn ing. Mrs. C. A. Little has gone for a two weeks visit among friends at Washing ton and Newark, N. J., and Middle town, N. Y. Harvey Wall will be conveyed to Dan- vllle by Sheriff Knapp today. is. b. Chaftee has returned from New York city, much benefitted in health. The life of Addison E. Buck is slowly- ebbing away as this paragraph is writ ten, and doubtless before it reaches the eyes of the readers he will have passd to the spirit world. H was a quiet, unusBUming, friendly man, a Re publican In politics, and buck In the seventies" received the appointment or sergeant-at-arms in the house nf epresentatives nt Ilarrisburg. His genial face will be much missed from among us. . house burned it would have been a great loss to Mr. Burmelster, for the in surance policy had expired a few days previous. Mr. Uurmeister thinks he will give a little more attention to in surance hereafter. ' - In the excitement during the Ore Mra. Burmelster took a violent cold and Is confined to the house from its effects. Mrs. Snyder, mother of Mrs. Froce, has, we ure sorry to say, been quite ill. A large force of men are pushing the work on Colonel SeJioonmaker's new residence on Oak Terrace. It will be a fine building when completed. Mr. Schoonmaker Is a very enterprising gentlemen. The Methodist concert at our place last Wednesday evening was a decided success. The concert given In P.auman's hall on Wednesday evening by the Martin brothers, of Jermyn, was an unquali fied success. In the quartettes the rich voices of the brothers blended harmo niously, and each number was well re ceived. The individual singing was of the highest order. The full teuor of Professor Martin, who has charge of our borouirh school, has seldom been huard with better effect than on Wed nesday evening, when he sang "South ern Home," for a recall to whioh lie Bang "There's None Can Forgive Like a Mother." The mellow tenor of John Martin was heard to advantage in the quartettes and also In the beautiful rendition of "The Sinking Ship." Tlinmns Martin is the possessor of a fine base voice, and his exquisite ren dition of "The Noble Boy of Truth," with "The Wanderer" as a recall, was a revelation of the power of the divine art. Although .the work of all Ithe brothers was excellent, yet it must be said that the baritone of Archie Mar tin Is supreme. His singing of the "t'.towawav." a.t the Harvest festival last week, was a delight to all present, but even this was surpassed by his ren dition of "Uncle Pete," as a recall to which he sang "The Colored Million aire." In the giving of this concert the quartette was assisted by Professor E. Stephens. This gentleman played two difficult cornet solos In a magnifi cent style. As a recall to the first solo the professor played "The Last Uoso of Summer." which was thoroughly appreciated by the audience. IIALLSTKAD. AllCHBALD. DR. REEVES 412 Spruce St., Scranton. . ' ' Pr. Keevjes Is now fully established at KVl Spiuco Ktrect, Scranton. Ho has per formed Eomu wonderful cures and has Btilnea the confidence of the public. Ho has eoirie to stay and will remain PF.U MANKNTLY nt his Spruce street parlors. Ho has hnd ions and varied experience in hospital and private practice and treats all acute und chronic diseases of men, wo men and children. He itives advice, services and examina tions FBKK OF CHARGE. No one 1b turned awuy. He, with his assistants, treat all dis eases of the nervous system, diseases of the eye. ear, nose und throat, dyspepsia, 1-hounmtlHtn. lost vitality, urcniutiira weakness or decay In both sexes, nervous aeDiuiy, catarrn, tumors, cancers, erup tlons. Mood poisoning, fits, eolleosv. In discretions nnd errors of youth, lost mun- liooa, 0c2omu, scroiuia, St. vtas dance, asthma, diseases of the heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, bladder, stomach, etc. YOUNG MEN POSITIVELY CURED . Offer to the Public for Catarrh. Any one suffering with Catarrh who Wlshfts to Tie permanently, quickly and ' cheaply cured may receive three months' treatment for only FIVE DOLLARS. Tho doctor has discovered a specific for this dreaded disease. You can tieat and cure younif and family with It at home. It never fails V cure. A trial treatment Ii-ee. . OFFICE HOURS-Dally 9 a. m. to 9 p. til. : Sundays. 10 lo 12 and 2 to 4. Take elevator In Christian's Hat Store, or iuirn Remember the name and number. DR. -:- REEVES, 412 SPRUCE STREET. SCRANTON QARPETS Oil.Cloths, , Linoleums, . 'Curtains, r Window Shades, and Wall Paper. the Latest Designs. 1 .cott Inglis CKAWANNA AVENUE. vb Wyoming House. ELMHUKST. Ave are glad to flee J. M. Rhodes able to attend to business once more. Miss Rhodes, who has long been confined to the house, is also slowly improving. the child or our merchant, Mr. liar- denbergh, who was sick, has nearly recovered. Chancey Rhodes hits a sick child. Dr. Bateson. of Elinhvtrst, Pa., Is the attend ng physician. Mrs. Schultz, who fell down a flight of stairs, breaking one bone in her arm and seriously injuring herself other wise, has so far recovered as to be able to be up and walk around the house, Her escape from death was almost miraculous, as she Is a lady some 75 or si) years of age. Rev. F. A Matteson, who has been confined to his bed and room for some five weeks, is able to be out on pleasant days. He Was been treated by Dr. Bateson, of Elmhurst. Tho Presbyterian church gave a har vest home entertainment lost Thursday and friuay evening, In Rauman's hall a supper was served after each enter tainment and the whole was a grand success. The Interest in the meealngs of the newly organized Baptist church of this place is groatly Increasing. Several ex press a desire to become Christians at almost every, meeting and some have been converted. The Thanksgiving supper given by tne Ladles Aid of the same church, in this place, at the residence of Rev. F, A. Matteson was a grand success. The large house was filled and the company was entertained by some fine music on the violin and organ; also the "Old Oak en Bucket" was satis by Mrs. Rhodes, Miss May Matteson, Friend Rhodes, Mr, Wilcox and others assisting. At 12 o'clock the large company said Brood night, expressing many thanks for th delightful entertainment of the even ing. a union j nanKsgiving service was held at the Presbyterian church of this place. Reading of Scripture by Rev- Frank Matteson, prayer by Rev. J. C, Slmpktns, of Moscow. The sermon was preached by the pastor, which was an able discourse. Miss Minnie Burmelster is on the sick list. Thursday, while Hugo Burmelster' family were at dinner, their house caught fire from some burning leaves in the front yard. A gentleman riding by gave the alarm and the house, was saved only by great effort. The fire de stroyed a part of the front porch and scorched the main building. Had the Thomas K. Munley, of Cemetery street, desires It announced that he will be a candidate for council from the hoc ond ward at the February election. Mr. Munley has served with such credit as a councilman that he feels justified in asking the nomination again. The fair of St. Thomas' congregation will be opened again this evening and will then close until the Christmas holi days. On Thursday afternoon and evening an enormous crowd was pres ent and there were many In attendance from Scranton, Carbondule and the In tervening towns. Mrs. Joseph O'Brien delighted the large assemblage on Thursday evening with two charmingly rendered solos.. Dr. P. H. Kearney, of Scranton, spent Thanksgiving at his former home here, Mrs. P. W. Fadden and children, of Olyphant, visited here on Thursday. Misses Annie and Lizzie Ilealy, of Olvnhant. called on friends here on Thursday. Miss Mary Nallor. formerly of this place, but now living In Wllkes-Barre, will next week enter the convent. Her decision is the result of a long-enter talned desire and her many friends here ope that her life in her new surround Ings will be one of happiness. Mrs. Mary Philbln, of Church street, has been indisposed for the past two days. NICHOLSON. Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Frey spent Thurs day with Mrs. Laura Walker. Neal and Andrew Walker are spend ing a few davs with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Walker. Mrs. Elizabeth Stevens Is visiting her daughter. Mrs. G. L. Shoemaker. In Scranton. E. R. McKinney attended Montrose court last week. Frank Tiffany and daughter, Clara, Mrs. Henry Wilkins and daughters, May and Florence, the Misses Vida Johnson, Vina Titus, Susie Black. Angle Matthews and Delia McKinney, Messrs. Fred Colvln, Clarence McConncll, Archie and Harry Benjamin and George Boyle witnessed Joe Jefferson In "Rip Van Winkle" Thursday afternoon. Harry Williams is spending a few days with his mother, Mrs. W. C. Will- lams. Frank Welch spent Thanksgiving with his parents In Tunkhannock. The Methodist Episcopal Sunday school pupils are preparing a Christ mas cantata. Sale of " Queer People ' Nos. 2 and 3 win open today at o a. m. No 1 will close this evening, If you haven't secured No 1 be sure ana send your orders before that date Price, ioc; by. mail, 12c. The Presbyterian church society held a business meeting orr Monday night to consider the matter of church edifice. Profess C. E. Moxley was chosen chair man and M. P. Currier secretary. It wuia unanimously voted to build a large new brick church. A committee con sisting of Rev. L. W. Church, Hon. S, B. Chase. J. B. Johnston and E. "M. Scotton, was appointed to procure plans and an estimate of cost. A committee of ten was appointed to solicit funds, R. r. Smith was chosen treasurer and Miss Kllen Du Bols secretary of the soliciting committee. The meeting ad journed to meet on Monday night, Dec 10. ine JUethodlsts are also going to build a church in Hallstead on the site where the lock-up now stands. A com mlttee are soliciting funds. Wo are informed that the Baptist so clety is also considering the matter of a chuVeh edifice, as Its church has not seating capacity sufficient for their growing congregation. The Catholics, also, are contemplating building a church on this side of the river. They have had a flourishing Sunday school here for some time. There are many Catholics on this side and they could easily build a church. Mr. und Mrs. H. A. Leese, of Elmlra, are stopping with friends In this place the next attraction for the Railroad Young Men's Christian association en tertninment course will be Dec. 18, when one of the finest concerts ever given In town will be held. William Pike, private secretary for Oalusha A. Grow, will return to Wash Ington Tupsday, William Vcdder Is seriously ill with typhoid fever, W. W. Adair will address a meeting in the Young Men's Christian associa tion at Scranton on Sunday, Interesting revival meetings are being held In the Baptist church. Rev. H. f Crowell, of Niagara Falls, will conduct them next week. J. B. Brown was called to Chenango orks on account of the death of his brother, Andrew J. Brown, which oc curred on Sunday night. Mr. Brown rormeny lived In this place and was highly respected Lizzie Merlacle, of Susquehanna, Is visiting her parents here, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nichols spent Thanksgiving in the Parlor City. Frank R. Lamb is 111. Mrs. Henry Merlacle, who has been visiting friends and relatives in Carbon- dale, has returned home, A literary society will be organized In the high school In this place today A number of tho friends of Byron Cook gave him a surprise a few even ings ago, C. W. Bankes lost a valuable horse a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. George Stone, of Blng- hamton, spent yesterday with their par ents in this place. A teachers' Institute will be held in Great Bend on Saturday, Dec. 8 Master Mechanic Hays' office is being remodeled Rev. R. N. Ives, of Blnghamton, called on his daughters In tills place on Tues day. Clarence Thomas, of Conklin, was In town the first of the week The Ladies' auxiliary of the Railroad Young Men's Christian association will meet next Wednesday. ,Mr.PaulM.Weberg All Run Down Always Tired, Sleepless and Without Appetite Blood Vitalized and Strength Re newed by Hood's Sarsaparllla. " C. I. Rood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: . " For a couple of years, I was subject to feel ings anything but good. I always felt tired, I could not sleep at niht and the little I could eat did not seem to benefit mo any. I Did Not Have Any Ambition to go around or work and hi fact was not uble to do a good day's work. I happened to plqlc up a circular embracing advertisements und testi monials for Hood's Sarsapariila, and after read- Hood's5?' Cures lug the in decided to give Hood's Sarsaparllla a trial I havo taken five bottles and must say that I have derived wonderful benefit from It and Feci Like a New Man. I would recommend It to all sufferers and would urge them nut to hesitate but to decide at once to take Hood's Sarsaparllla." I'aulM. Wkhkk, 1112 North Tenth Street, Heading, Pennsylvania, Hood'3 Pills are prompt and efficient, yet easy in action. Sold by all druggists. 25c. - TfC Oil ffllmm?Wmtiffim?W!-5 LEADERS OF LOW PRICES. i .. .. . ' -3 . 1 Ihe rair 1 22 400-402 Lackawanna Avenue. f, ., ' . . e d (III M I IP! 1 gr ULU 111 II ILLlllLlil Ta IE DEPARTMENTS 31 llIHiSIIllll E : SPECIAL BUCK 1 EVERY DRY I CURES DYSPEPSIA CURES DYSPEPSIA CURES DYSPEPSIA Promotes Digestion, Having suffered from Dys pepsia for three years. 1 do elded t: try Hukdock Blood Bittkiih, and after minir onn bottle 1 found myself ho much better that I waa onoouru(.""d to uso another; after taking this I Hnd myself so fullv re stored that I do not need any more meiiirine, feeling truly grateful to B. B. B. Miis. G. Wmj-E, Tabirg, Onoida Co., N.V, CO, lUAKurACTvnEns' Aqf.nts fob TRENTON IRON CO.'S WIRE ROPE. VANALEN&CO.'S STEEL NAILS. OXFORD IRON CO.S fSEBCHANT BAR IRON. REVERE RUBBER CO3 BELTING, PACKING AND HOSE. FAYERWEATKER & LADEWS "HOYT'S" LEATHER BELTING. A. B. BONNEVILLE'S "STAR" PORTLAND CEDENT. AMERICAN BOILER C0.S "ECONOBIY" HOT AIR FURNACES. GRIFFiNG IRON CO.'S BUNDY RADIATORS. gsnnci - WHITE AND GOLD. 434 LACKAWANNA AVE. NT. PLEASANT COAL AT RETAIL Coal of tho best quulity for domestic bhv, and of all Ri;:i-s, delivered In any part of tho city ut lowest price. Orders loft ut my Orllco NO. 118 WYOMING AVENUE, Rear room, first floor, Third National Bank, or sent by mall or telephone to the uilne, will receive prompt attention. Speelul contracts dll bo made for the lalo and delivery of Buckwheat Coal. WM. T. SMITH. THE BELL LACKAWANNA AVE THE BELL Tin u c AVOCA. AND CI SOLID Ol . . 11) BARGAINS. Margaret, wife of Samuel Atwell, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William niilirMov. nnssod oulotlv from the Bcenea of earth yesterday at 12. Mrs. fllCre IS bllt OllC Way to do TjUSUieSS, that IS tO Cive the best nkn.i t ..- ,hnir in. her value at the lowest price. While our father and mother and brothers and Bisters. The funeral will take place on Sunday afternoon, leaving the house at 2.30 p. m and proceed to tho Calvlnlstlc Methodist church. The body will be In terred In Langcllffe cemetery. Miss Jcanle 11. Dink, a student. of Stroudsbure State Normal Bnhool, is spending a few days with her parents. Miss Annie Alkman Is spending a few days with relatives at Wilkes-llarre. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Webster are happy over the arrival of a little girl, Miss Norah Connell has returned BANKRUPT SALE OF GOOD CLOTHING from the Hyde Park Clothing Store is still being contin ued, nobody has any excuse to be without A FIRST-CLASS WINTER OUTFIT. 1 7E BOUGHT the stocks at Sheriff's Sale. The low Drice we paid for it enables us to sell it at ridiculous home from a month's visit among Nan- y jow PnCes. Opportunities like this to buy Good Cloth- tenkp friends. . .-' . rr . . - X . . ing Cheap, do not occur olten and should be taken advan tage oi : tlcoke friends, ILONESDALE. Miss Louise Hurdenbergh, of Scran ton, Is visiting her brother, Hon. E. B. Hardenbergh. Augustus Thompson, of Yale college, passed Thanksgiving at home and will leave today to witness the fdVt ball game at New York. Charles Bentley, Charles Weston and J. Kirk Rose will witness the Yule- Prlnceton foot ball game today William Swift, jr., of Harry Hlllman college, Is visiting his parents for a few days. Red Men's ball at the armory New Year's eve, Monday, Dec. 31. The holding up of three men at differ ent times anil places In Port Jervls one evening this week by an armed robber was a bold piece of work, and equal ta western daring. Children's Pants will be sold for .12 Children's Waist ' . Aa Children's Suits, pants and waist, .'2.1 Children's Suits - .(50 Boys' listers, extra value, .1)3 Men's Wool Suits - 4.75 Men's Overcoats Men's Ulsters Genuine Shetland I'lsters Men's Pea Jackets Men's Pine Dress Suits Men's Dress Pants - S'2.7.1 2.1)0 0.50 2.7 M.1 SALE NOW:. GOING ON AT BOTH STORES, 114 South Main Avenue, Hyde Park, and the 1) ALTON. The revival services which are being held In the Methodist church and are conducted by Rev. Muore and wife are largely attended, and great deal of liUerestlsmanlfested, tt number having been converted. Sunday, at 11 o'clock a. m. and at 2 o'clock p. m. Mrs. Moore will hold a children's meeting and all children are Invited to be present. In the evening at 7.30 Rev, Moore will preach. All are Invited to come. II OUT Sign of the Bell. In 230 LACKAWANNA AVE. THE DICKSON MANUFACTURINGCO SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA., Manufacturer of Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY. General Office: SCRANTON, PA. 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. FANCY ROCKERS, Plush and Leather Seat, $3.00 to $25.00 each; EASELS, In Bamboo, Oak and White Enamel. BASKETS, Hampers, Waste, Work and Fancy Baskets. Step Ladder Chairs, Card Tables. KERR & SIEBECKER 406 AND 408 LACKA. AVE. NEXT WEEK. Will be the last of our ROOM-HAKINQ CAI P Vmi r 1iovn nnf- visited US during this destruction of profits should 'nvail vnurcplvps nf tills monev makiujr op- portuuity. Prices have never been so low with us as they are now. Our only thought is to make room, and we must have it, no matter what the -sacrifice may be. NOTE THE FOLLOWING REDUCTIONS: $120 00 Broeatelle 5-pleee Suits with henvv frtnM $05 00 $100 00 Silk Damask D-plece Suit, Bilk f rinse w $75 00 Mahogany polished frame Suit 0 pieces, silk tupestry r0 00 Puilor Suits at.'. $19 00 $125 00 Bedroom Suit, elaborately carved, elegant proportion, quartered onkA.. ,..,.$05 00 $S5 00 Bedroom Suit, extra lrirtsn rases and mirror , quartered ouk $ 00 rial and best construction $30 uo $50 00 Bedroom Suits, llnest mate- $30 00 Bedroom Suits, Ant. Oak Bedroom Suits at $75 00 Sideboards at iM m Bidi'liourds ut $35 00 Sideboard at... $20 00 Sideboards at 100 palm of Chenille Portfire. a colors, vaiuuu ui i our price P PH Two thousand yards of finest Much- minster all wool Carpet. 0,0c. per yara $18 00 $10(O $10 OH $30 (10 $18 W Sll 75 $ li 75 $SrOur Ever Liberal Credit Book is open to'all Alfthe CREDIT you want for the asking.. V We continue to give with $50 purchases or wer a handsome Clock, or with $75 or over a Dinner Set. 1 v.