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QUE SCRANTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1S94.
HE remarkable money-saviDg ad
vantages we are now ouenng m
SEASONABLE DRY GOODS
Have probably never been equalled.
Some of the bargain items from the
fllGHT DRESSES, of good muslin, tucked
yoke, trimmed with nainsook rullle
At 08 Cents.
Regular price, 85 cents.
NIGHT DRESSES of good muslin, yoke of
solid tucking, trimmed with fine
edge of embroidery,
At 75 Cents.
Regular price, 95 cents.
MIGHT DRESSES with yoke of cluster
tucking, trimmed on neck, fron)
and sleeves with embroidery,
At 85 Cents.
Regular price, $1.
DRAWERS, with tucks and rullle of em
broidery, At 45 Cents.
Regular price, 00 cents.
DRAWERS, with cluster tucks, trimmed
with line embroidery,
At 08 Cents.
Regular price, 85 cents.
CORSET . COVERS, with surplice neck,
trimmed with line embrodiery.
At iJO Cents.
Regulur price, 45 cents.
Christmas thoughts are in or
,der. What more appropriate
present can be selected than a
handsome dress pattern ?
40 iuch Novelty Mixed Suitings,
58 Cents Per Yard.
Frosty days Suggest these very
essential articles of dress. Our
prices have been pitched a little
. , lower in order to hurry up
Ladies' Black Cashmere Gloves, guar
ranteed fast color,
25 Cents the Pair.
Were 35 cents.
GORMANS' GRAND DEPOT,
412 Spruce Street, Scranton.
Dr. Reeves has had Ion and varied ex
perience In hospital and private practlco
and treats all acute and chronic diseases
of men, women and children.
CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE.
He, with his assistants, treat all dis
eases of he 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, blood-poisoning, tils, epilepsy. In
discretion and errors of youth, lost man-
noou, eczema, scroruia, t. vtus dance,
asthma, diseases of the heart, lungs,
liver, kidneys, bladder, stomach, etc.
Young Men Positively Cured.
.Offer to the Public for Catarrh.
Any ono Buffering with Catarrh who
wisnos to D8 permanently, quickly and
cheaply cured may receive three months'
treatment for only FIVE DOLLARS. The
doctor has discovered a spec! tic for this
dreaded disease. You can treat and cure
yourself and family with it at home. It
never falls to cure. A trial treatment
OKFItJK HOURS Dail, 9 a. m, to p.
m.j ounuays, iu to iz ana i to 4.
Window Shades and
, Wall Paper.
All the Latest Designs.
419 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
four doora above Wyoming Houm.
Miss Bertha Knupp, who has been
nursing Dr. Wilson, at Montrose, has
returned homo. After ependlnjr a few
days here, she will go to Chicago,
where ahe will pnsa the winter with
Mm.1 Edmund Harrington.
Mrs. P. M. Green's new cottage pre
sents a very pretty appearance. It la
,fat nearlng completion.
Charles Haag presented his wife wlith
Very line new piano last week. . -,
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
Mrs. B. P. Blakslee, of Sayre, Is visit
ing friends here and at Sprlngvlllc.
Judge-elect Dunham and ex-Judge
Ingham were over from Sullivan county
The funeral of Addison E. Buck oc
curred at his late residence at 2.30 p. m.,
Sunday. Rev. S. C. Hodge, of the Pres
byterian church, officiated. Temple
lodge, No. 248, Free and Accepted Ma
sons, of which he was a member, at
tended In a body. He was 65 years of
A good sized audience greeted the
Fisk Jubilee Blngers at Piatt's Opera
house. Though this troupe has visited
the town several times, it seems to have
lost none of Hs popularity and always
drays good houses. Their singing Is so
well known that no comment Is neces
J. Wood Piatt was rustling around
Saturday In an endeavor to secure the
release from Jail of the "alley gang."
It was purely philanthropic on his part.
Morgan Llllle, whose death by ty
phoid fever occurred at Montrose re
cently, was well known In this county,
he having been a resident of Meshoppen
a few years since. His friends here
learned of his demise with sorrow.
Burton Tlckner, who has been work
ing at Glenburn, has returned home
for the winter.
The Epworth league adopted a new
code of by-laws at their Friday night
meeting and dn Sunday evening held a
special missionary service. Their an
nual election of officers occurs next Fri
D. Clinton DeWltt, esq., of Towanda,
has been retained by Judge Dunham as
one of his counsel In the approaching
election contest. The big, jovial "Clint"
can see through a millstone us far as
the average man, or farther.
The wildest sort of guessing is made
as to the probable cost of the election
contest, the guesses ranging all the way
from $10,000 to $60,000. Some of the wild
est of the guessers are willing to back
up their assertions with the gambler's
universal argument a bet. The costs
will depend upon the amount of trouble
and search It may take to ferret out the
frauds, If there be any; and there Is
nothing in sight at present that can be
used as a basis for calculation.
C. R. Safford was down from Mont
The further arrests expected in con
nection with the Waterman murder
case huve not yet materialized. It was
alleged that Wall, In his confession to
Richmond, implicated other parties in
the murder, and warrants were sworn
out, but for reasons unknown to the
public, have not yet been served. There
Is an inclination abroad to criticise the
detective for being premature In his
work, but It is possible that the public
are not In possession of all the facts In
the case. Another coup de etat may
put a different light on It. New de
velopments have been eagerly expected
every day since Wall's arrest.
The assessors of the various town
ships were at the commissioners' office
Saturday receiving their assessment
Lehigh Valley Conductor Lou Wood
ward Is one of the best and must faith
ful men on' the line, and an Interested
reader of The Tribune. '
Miss Allle Donley, a teacher In city
schools, at Wllkes-Barre, returned
home Saturday after a brief visit with
her parents here.
Stevens D. Streater returned to Cor
nell university yesterday.
The list of Farmers' institutes for 1895
as arranged by the state meeting at
Harrisburg does not Include one for
Wyoming county, though several are
to be held In Susquehanna county. The
farmers of this county have held three
or four institutes In the past six or
eight years, and they have always been
sessions of a good deal of Interest and
profit. If the lack of appointment for
one In this county next year Is due to
lethargy on the part of the farmers,
they Should bestir themselves and see
that the matter Is attended to.
Miss' Katherlne Welch has resumed
her position at the cashier's desk at
Space's store after an Illness of two
A family of Tevana have moved Into
the Murray House, on Harrison st'-e?t
Stebblns, the coal dealer, advocates
a drop of 25 cents a' ton on chestnut
and all larger sizes of coal.
Mrs. Hiram Cortrlght Is 'very sick
at the home of her brother-lrc-law.
Aaron Bartron, where she went to en
Joy Thanksgiving dinner. Erysipelas
Is said to be the trouble.
Aloah T. Stark, formerly of Lemon
township, but of late years utenogra
pher and type-writer in Division
Freight Agemit Bert Hayden's office,, at
Sayre, has received the appointment as
soliciting freight agent, with headquar
ters at Sayre. Mr. Stark Is receiving
the congratulation's of friends here on
account of the promotion.
A black bear is reported to have
been seen among the cattle of Farmer
Joseph Robinson on Russell Hill Sat
urday, and mn, boys, guns and dots
are out after him en masse. It Is vre-
sumably the same bear that made the
hair of- Brooklynltes stand on end a
few days since, as iere seems to be
a regular runway between Elk and
Petty thievery Is reduced to a science
In this section. Over near Lake Wln
ola it is oald that a farmer got up In
the morning and discovered that some
body had been around In the night and
hog-dressed W fine- young porker,
leaving the entrails on the ground and
carrying oft -the carcass. At Vose a
young man named Frank Smith ftjst
several dollars' worth of skunk skins,
the net results of a month's diligent
att tint Ion to traps, George Conrad, a
farmer near Lynn, observed a shadowy
form reaching for the remnant of his
flock of Thanksgiving turkeys a few
nights since. Ht brought his trusty
gun to bear, and the marauder went
went limping away, leaving a trail
of blood behind. It Is also rumored that
a man In the Button neighborhood was
nhot for the same offense.
George Kutz, who has been afflicted
with innumerable carbuncles, Is getting
about again. '
Mrs. Elmer Thomas is entertaining
Miss Davis, a young lady friend from
William Hahn has gone to Meshop
pen to work at MUlur Lan's saw milt
B. W. Lewte. H. F. Metcalf, G. S,
Baldwin, Hon. F. H. Piatt, N. A. Mo
Kown and John . B. Jennings are In
attendance at the Grand Lodge of
Masons at Philadelphia. Mr. Metcalf
represents Temple chapter and Mr,
Baldwin Temple lodge.
Landlord Ndwn Lee, of the Keeler
Latest U.S.. Gov't Report
House, 4s confined to the house with
stomach troubly. ,
selective urown and District Attor
ney Frear were at Noxen yesterday.
The school board met last evening
and changed the time for vacation to
begin from Dec. 17 to Dec. 10. In conse
quence of the teachers' institute oc
currlng on the latter date. This will
give three weeks' vacation; as school
will not open again until Jan. 2.
John B. Jennings, of North Mehoop-
any, has purchased the Thompson 'lot
opposite H. F. Metcalf s residence, and
will divide It up Into building lots.
There is quite an activity in real estate
here this season and desirable lots are
hard to find. Mr. Jennings will erect
one house on the property himself, it Is
Dr. S. S. Shields went to New York
on a business trip yesterday.
Mrs. J. E. Burr, of Lincoln avenue,
Is entertaining Mrs. Kraft, of Washing
ton, N. J.
George Yarns, of Vlnefand, N. J., Is
In the city.
Howard P. Johns, of Forest City,
called on Carbondale friends yesterday.
The child of Mr. and .Mrs. Edward
Hlsted, of Darte avenue, is Beriously
Extra Mail Carrier Carroll delivered
the mall over Peter Devaney's route
Rev. Hoogan, of Forest City, called
on Carbondale friends yesterday.
Yesterday morning at 6 o'clock at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. J. R. Van
derford, on Canaan street, the spirit of
Mrs. Clarissa A. Rowley took Its flight
Deceased was 82 years of age, having
been born in Ithaca, N. Y., in the year
1S12. She had been a resident of this
city about twenty-five years. She is
survived by three children, a daughter,
Mrs. Vanderford; a son, also In this
city, and A. S. Rowley, of Scranton. The
funeral will be held from the residence,
59 Canaan street, on Thursday after
noon at 2 o'clock. Rev. William Edgar
pastor of the Methodist church, will
Miss Camilla Borst returned to her
home in this city yesterday after spend
Ing the summer with friends In Hobart
and Cobleskill, N. Y.
William Williams has been admitted
to the hospital. He Is suffering from
A Mayfleld correspondent says the
musical organization of that place is
endeavoring to secure the services of
Bandmaster Ackerman, of the Mozarts.
Tonight a banquet will be given
George Van Keuren. Mr. Fox, of the
Anthracite hotel, will lay covers for
about sixty people, and the menu which
will be served Is the finest ever spread
In the city. Following lth banquet
there will ,be toasts. R. D. Stuart
president of the Lackawanna club, will
act as toastmaster, and will also make
a brief speach. W. J. Hamilton will
respond to the toast, "Our Departing
Guest;" W. M. Lathrope. to "The
Ladies;" Charles Orchard, to "Canals,
and H. Torrance, Jr., will have "A Last
Locomotive "Honesdale." from the
Maple City, was brought to this city
yesterday to be remodeled in the Dela
ware and Hudson company's locomo
tive shops here.
Rev. John N. Lewis made a triD to
JNew York Monday.
Mrs. Gottlieben, Kraft died at 3
o'clock yesterday afternoon, aged 65
years lacking one day. Mrs. Kraft was
born near Berlin, Germany, and has
been a resident of Honesdale for a
number of years. Her husband died
six years ago. Mrs. Kraft is survivevd
by a son, J. Adam, and an adopted
daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Weltering,
The funeral will be announced later.
Miss Mame Deln left yesterday for
an extended visit with fiends In New
York and Philadelphia.
Miss Rena Spencer, of Yonkers, N. Y
is visiting her parents here.
Mrs. Paddock, of Fort Covington, N
Y., who has been visiting her daughter,
Mrs. W. J. Donovan, for some time
past, returned home Monday.
Mrs. Perry Deon returned to her
home In Danville yesterday, after a
short visit with her daughter, Mrs. W.
M. Gardner, who accompanied her as
far as Scranton.
The ladles of St. John's church will
hold a fair dumg Christmas week.
Mrs. Mary Adams died at her home
Monday morning at the age of 73 years.
She is survived by a husband and
daughter. . Funeral at the German
Lutheran church at 2.30 p. m. today,
Councilman E. F. Black has bought
from the New York, Ontario and West-
em railroad the building on Laurel
street recently occupied by John J,
The school board' met . on Monday
evening. All the members were pres
ent. A large number of bills were or
dered paid. Agreeable to a motion of
Mr. Duffy all the active members of
Archbald Hose company were exonerate
ed from the payment of school tax on
their occupations. It was also decided
to give the teachers and pupils a two
weeks vacation during the holidays, th
schools to be closed from Dec. 21 to Jan
4. Considerable of less important bust
ness was transacted.
This evening Professor Sprague will
deliver the fifth lecture of the course on
Shakespeare In the graded school build
lng. The subject will be "Shakespeare'
Wand and Sceptre," a study of his ettiar
acter creations and artistic observation
It deserves to be well attended.
Mrs. Frank Kane, of North Main
street, slipped on the Ice while attend
lng to her houshold duties yesterday
and broke her arm.
John Ilealey, an nged and respected
resident of Rendham, died at his home
on Monday morning. Deceased was
well known throughout this town for
his many good qualities. His funeral
will occur today. .'
The Delaware, Lackawanna and Wes
tern mines around this vicinity. are
working but half time and only eight
hours a day.
Mrs. Patrick Sullivan of Taylor
street, Ib 111 oit her home.' "' V
Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Davles hav
returned from their wedding tour to
New York city.
- Miss May Morris, of Grove street, Is
confined to her home. , ' '
The Christian Endeavor, society will
elect their officers tomorrow evening
for the coming year.
William J. Hood, who has been spend
ing the past few-months in England,
has returned home, accompanied by a
Miss Lizzie Reinbardt returned to the
Stroudaburg State Normal school on
Monday, after spending a few days with
her parents. .
Mrs. James E. Nash Is 111 at her home
on Union street.
Messrs. MeCrindle and McMlllian, of
Avoca, were in town last evening,
ML9 B. Cawley, who left this place
two weeks ago tomorrow for Fergus
Falls. Minn., writes to eay that Bhe
Is very much pleased with her new
home. She also reports a very pleasant
Journey, having mutalady and gentle
man at Wllkes-Barre who had Just re
turned from an European tour, and
who .were agreeable companions on the
Harry Yoneris and James Stokes were
In Mayfleld yesterday.
Charles 8. Hoyt, made his usual
visit 'to his home at West Plttston
H. J. DeGraw spent Sunday with
friends at Providence.
M. J. Walsh is enjoying short vaca
tion from his arduous duties at T. M.
Professor V. M. Taeeart. late prin
cipal of the Mayfieldsschool, but who
now is principal of the Grammar school
of the City of Mexico, in a letter to
friends here states that his wildest
fancy could not have secured for him
a more pleasant Held of labor. Mr.
Taggart speaks In trlowng terms of the
friendliness and hospitality of the citi
zens of Mexico. A formal reception was
tendered him on his arrival, at which
all the prominent foreign residents
J. W. Eaton, of Carbondale, was in
A. E. Tiffany made a business visit
to Clifford the latter part of last week.
Mrs. W. J. Bergan was in Carbondale
Miss Mamie Walker has Just received
a new pluno.
Mrs. Emma Breen died very suddenly
Monday night, having been sick but
There will be a meeting of the Ancient
Order of Foresters at their hall this
evening. All members are requested to
be present. '
Mr. Harris, of Hyde Park, who Is In
side foreman at Jermyn No. 3, has
moved his family here.
The Central hotel has been closed by
the sheriff for Indebtness.
The Citizens' Cornet band, of this
place, will soon give some choice selee
Hons on our streets.
Michael and Martin Kelly ,of Hyde
Park, visited friends here Monday.
John Hawke' and George Mumford
have been admitted to the Christmas
An electric light is needed near the
depot, as it is a dark and lonesome
A SURGEON'S KNIFE
gives you a feeling of horror and
dread. There is no lonircr necessity for
its use in many diseases formerly re
garded as mouruuio wuuoui cutting.
The Triumph of Conservative Surgery
Is well Illustrated by the fact that
DIIPTIIRP r Hreuch, is now radi
nUr I Unti cured without tho
knifcand without pain. Clumsy, chaf
ing trusses can bo thrown away I They
never aure but often induce inflam
mation, strangulation and death.
TllunDC Ovarian, Fibroid (Uterine)
I UIIIUIlw anu many others, are now
removed without the perils of cut
TUMORS, fTsTuTs and
othor diseases of the lower bowel, uro
permanently cured without pain or
resort to the knife.
CTflMC in ton Bladder, no matter
OIUtlL. now larite, is crushed, pul
verized, washed out and perfectly ru
mored without cutting.
QTRIPTIIRF of Urinary Passago is
3 1 nlv I Unt aB0 removed without
cutting in hundreds of ruses. For
pamphlet, references and all particu
lars, send 10 cents (in stumps) to
World's Dispensary Mcdirnl Associa
tion, 01 MulQ St., Buffalo, N. Y.
Sign of the Bell. 230
Bankrupt Stock from the Hyde
Park Clothing 6tore, bought at
Sheriff's Sale at One-Quarter its
S Dissolution Stock of Broderick,
The unparalleled success of our '
great Ikrgnia Mules lias eucouraged Jj
us to purchase at SherllPs sale the ,
stock of the Hydo Park Clothlngi
Store, a Bankrupt Stock which we
secured at one-quarter its value., The ;
stock, consisting entirely of line
Clothing inude iu the past four
months. Wo have added the two !
wholesale stocks which we bought
in New York.
This triple offering presents au
array of bargains which eclipse any
that we have yet shown.
S Suits CDD DfWO Two Knee
I Ull UU It) Pants, 25c.
For Boys' Douulo Brenstod Union
Or.ssimuro and Cheviot Suits; also
Boys' warm and durable Cnpe
JVBrciats.reitulttr nrlce. Si and 311
S 9 RR nr Boy' ""o wo' Cheviot
3 0,00 Casimere and IrUh Frieze Heefer
2 ' Suits; slso Boys' Melton and Ker-
2 "y Ulsters, valuo $5.uu.
2 4 OR Fur choicit iroin a large line of
Buys' Keefers with deep sailor or
Velvet Collar, nicely braided,
vn ii.i 111 nr tl.lHL
2 1 08 For choice from lot of Boys' nil
2 U0 wool Chinchilla, Blue cheviot.
2 Uroy Melton and Irish Frieze
2 Storm Ulsters, with large collars,
2 value 80.60. .
IThe Bell Clothing House,!
S" n'K.Ll. 1 J A.i i r- a 2
2 KeuaDie uiverusers oi t-acis.
2 SIGN OF THE BELL ' 230 LACKAWANNA AVE,
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURINGCO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA., Manufacturers of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
i General Office: SCRANTON, PA.
Sirs. Lettle Goaa
Tyrone City, Pciin.
After the Grip
Hood's Cave Back Health
That Dreadful Prostration Cured.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
" Gentlemen A little over n year ago, I was
attacked by the grip and, after the crisis hart
passed, I was left so weak and with that dread
ful prostration, that I was unable to dress my
self for almost nine months. 8ome friends who
knew Its merits, persuaded me to take Hood's
Sarsaparilla and I am now taking my fourth
bottle. I am so thankful to be able to say that I
can do my housework, and am gaining fast
I Sleep Well,
do not have sourness of the stomach, and can
cat with good appetite. I think Hood's Sarsa-
parilla deserves all the praise it gets and mure.'
Mns. Lkttie Gobs, Tyrone City, l'enn.
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, constipation,
biliousness, Jaundice, sick headache, Indigestion.
THE HIT i CQBL
Vi.KUVlCICRGR8 AOKffTS TO!)
TRENTON IRON CO.'S
OXFORD IRON C0.S
MERCHANT BAR IRON. v
REVERE RUBBER CO.'S
BELTING, PACKING AND HOSE.
"HOVT'S" LEATHER BELTING.
A. B. BONNEVILLE'S
"STAR" PORTLAND CEMENT.
AMERICAN BOILER C0.S
"ECONORir" HOT AIR FURNACES.
GRIFFING IRON CO.'S
434 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Coal of tho bent quality for domestic
list, and of all sizes, delivered In any
part of tho city at lowest price.
Orders left at my Office
NO. 118 WYOMING AVENUE,
Rear room, lirst floor, Third National
Bank, or sent by mall or toluphono to tho
uilne, will receive prompt attention.
Special contracts will be made for the
laJa and delivery of Buckwheat Coal.
WM. T. SMITH.
Frudenthal & Co., 21 Waverly
Place, New York.
Wholesale Stock of the Wearwell
Suit Co., 18 West Third Street,
I 7fl For Mon'i Slnftlo and Dnuhln 2
I t I U Brenstod CnHgiinore and Cheviot JJ
Huits; alao Men's Mack and Blue
Uvorcouts, value St) and $1U.
For Mon'aall wool Black and Blue
Cheviot and Fancy Catwlmere
Halts, single and douulo breasted,
or loiitf cut-aways; also Black and
' Blue KtTHoy and Light Colored
Melton Urercontj, valuo $1-.
U 07 For Men's extra flno Black and
11.01 Blue Cluy Worntod Regent Cut
away Suits or siuiila and double
uressted Fanoy Caxsiuiere and
Cheviot Bults; sIbo tine Custom
mndo Blue or Black Kersey and
Multon Poole Overcoats, value $U
4Q9 For choice from a line of Men's
0 line Blue Chinchilla Ulsters, nice
ly lined with heavy Cassiracris
with large collar to protect the
ears, value tU.
0 01 For Men's Blue and Black Chin
' l At chilla Ovorcouts; also singlo snd
double breustud Mixed Bults,
For ch( i 'e from an immense line
of Men's Worsted and Cswlmere
Pants; equal to tit aid finish to
regular So 0.1 Pants.
. .. . ... . .... . ; n
Jp' 400402 Lackawanna Avenue.
VLU 111 illLLlilLlil
S DEPARTMENTS S
i il i ji 1
I speci ins I
WRITE AND GOLD.
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.
Plusk and Leather Seat, $3.00 to $25.00 each.'
In Bamboo, Oak and White Enamel.
Hampers, Waste, Work and Fancy Baskets. Step
Ladder Chairs, Card Tables.
KERR & SIEBECKER
406 AND 408 LACKA. AVE.
Of our Room-Making Sale
is near at hand, in consequence pro
. fitless priced Bedroom suits, Side
7 boards ana Parlor suits will be of
fered you to make room for our