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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1894.
The special inducements here arc
the good qualities and low prices,
Tailor-made Coats are favored
just now and the ordinary, ready
made sorts fall far below the
standard of severe simplicity and
faultless shaping which this style
dcmatds in all the fashionable
For men and women ample stocks
of fresh goods and nice quality at
low prices, brought about by quick
buying when importers' stocks
Tur -rinr nr
HAS SET IN
It is well to purchase in good season,
when stocks are at their best and be
fore the height of the inevitable Christ
mas rush, thus securing the choice of
the large assortments and acting with
the deliberation of judgment which is
essential to wise selection.
Our Stock Brimful of
Choice and Appropriate
Gifts Is Now Ready for
GORMANS' GRAND DEPOT.
41a Spruce Street, Scranton.
Dr. Reeves has had lone and varied ex
Derlenco in hoaultul and private nractlco
and treats all acute and chronic diseases
01 men, women and children.
CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE.
Ho, with his assistants, treat all dis
eases of he nervous system, diseases of
ine eye, ear, nose and throat, dyspepsia,
rneiimatism, lost vitality, premature
weakness or decay In both sexes, nervous
cieuuuy, catarrn, tumors, cancers, erup
tlons, blood-polsonliiff. fits, epilepsy, in
discretion and errors of youth, lost man
hood, eczema, scrofula, St. Vtus' dance.
usinmu, diseases or me nean, lungs,
liter, muueys, oiuuuer, siomacn, etc.
Young Men Positively Cured.
Offer to the Public for Catarrh.
Any ono suffering with Catarrh who
lshes to be permanently, quickly and
cheaply cured may receive three months'
treatment for only FIVE DOLJ.AKS. The
doctor has discovered a specific for this
dreaded disease. You can truat and cure
. yourseir ana ramily with It at home. It
never falls to cure. A trial treatment
' OFFICE HOURS-Dally, 9 a. m. to 9 p,
ouiiuuyB, IV IU Id uuu 6 lo 9.
Special prices on all the above goods
for the Holidays.
J. Scott Inglis
Carpet and Wall Paper,
419 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Four doors above Wyoming House.
C. C. Hamlin died on Thursday night
, after an Illness of about a week of. typhoid-pneumonia,
; Tha funeral was
held yesterday at 2 p. m. at the, Meth
odist church. Services were conducted
Jiy the Rev. John Davis, of thefBaptls:
; 1 Patrick Eustace, an aged gentleman
and a resident of this city, died on
Thursday night. The remains were
taken on an early train on Saturday
morning to Owego, for burial, .
The revival services at the Baptist
church v.1 11 be Continued this week,
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
G. O. Potter, superintendent of the
manufacturing department of the New
ell Clothing company at Wllkes-Barre,
Is visiting his brother, Charles F. Pot
ter. Mrs. S. Judson Stark and Mrs. F. H.
Kram were down In the vulley the lat
ter part of the week.
Miss Lizzie McKelvey, who Is attend
ing school at Mansfield, has gone to
Philadelphia for optical treatment.
She dropped off here for a brief call en
Elmer E. Brown, clerk at the county
commissioners' office, Is In extremely
poor health and is undergoing treat
ment at the hands of a Scranton phy
sician. The brief services over the grave of
Mrs. Emellne Wilson Friday afternoon
wore conducted by Rev. S. C. Hodge, of
the Presbyterian church. The funeral
party was met at the station by Funeral
Director Streeter and anumber of hacks
conveyed them dlreot to Gravel Hill
cemetery, where Interment was madi
Mrs. Wilson was well known In this
place and had many warm friends who
sincerely mourn because of her depar
ture. The people who accompanied the
remains from Scranton were Dr. F. D.
Hrewster and daughter May, of that
city; Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Burns and
Henry Wilson, of Great Bend; Mrs. Me
Collum, of New Milford.
Misses Ora Squire, of Montrose, and
Emma Robinson, of Forkston, ura
guests of Miss Ellle Reynolds.
Attorney S. W. Little, of Towanda,
was a guest of S. Judson Stark Friday
The personal property of Theron Ball,
of East Lemon, has fallen Into the
hands of the sheriff and will be disposed
of under the hammer on Friday next.
A course of University Extension lec
tures is contt'hiplated for the coming
winter. Lecture courses have never
proven very successful financially In
Tunkhannock, but an effort will be
made to Interest the various literary
societies In the project, and it Is be
lieved that enough tickets can be sold
to warrant 'the venture. The value of
a good lecture course Is unquestionable.
Thomas Cuddy Is home from Wilkes-
B.'irre on a vacation.
The rumors floating about town to
the effect thnt somebody had been
smuggling tools Into the cell of FrcJ
Wall, who Is confined In Jail upon the
charge of murder, are unfounded. A
close surveillance Is kept over the prem
ises and everything in the shape of eat
ables, newspapers or other articles are
thoroughly examined before passed in
to the prisoner.
Stanley Jennings, of Vose, Is the new
assistant at his brother Fred's confec
G. Avery Miller Is acting as turnkey
at the Jail, Halton Stone having en
gaged as clerk with O. S. Mills & Co.
The Tribune Is becoming very popular
with the people In this section, and It Is
eagerly looked for every morning. It Is
clean and wholesome In its tone, Its
editorial department Is ably conducted,
and Its general news full and complete.
As a general family paper It has no
peer Jn this section.
E. II. Kresky & Co.'s display window
Is handsomely dressed In anticipation
of the gathering of school teachers. C,
L. Kresky, who does that sort of work,
Is no novice.
The unknown tramp who was killed
by the cars near Falls was burled at the
expense of the town. He was a Hun
garlan or Slav, and was In search of
The concert at Tlalt's opera house by
the Mozart Symphony club wa3 the fin
est given iln this place for a long time.
The audience was not large, for the
masses here do not care for classical
music, but those present enjoyed It In
tensely. A minstrel troupe would
doubtless have filled the house.
The newly elected officers of the Ep
worth league for the forthcoming year
are as follows: President, V. II. Ly
man; first vice-president, S. S. Breese;
second vice-president, Mrs. V. H. Ly
man; third vice-president, Miss Addle
McKown; fourth vice-president, Mrs.
Harry T. Gray; secretary, Austin Carey;
assistant fteeretary, Albert W. Mack;
treasurer, G. Evans Avery; floral com.
mlttee, Miss Jae McKown; music com
mittee, Mrs. C. J. Reed.
Edwin L. Watklns, of Factoryvllle,
and Miss Belle Kiethllne, of Jennings-
ville, were married the latter part of
The habeas corpus proceedings Insti
tuted by Calvin E'errls for the recovery
of his grandchild, kidnapped by the
man Hibbard and wife, resulted In a
verdict for the plaintiff, The two cul
prlts who caused all the trouble were
held under bail for appearance at
court, but having entered a recogniz
ance they were released and Immediate
ly fled Unto the wilderness.
The teachers Institute opens today
and will last until Friday morning. The
lecture tonight by Dr. Reed, president
of Dickinson college, promises to be of
more than ordinary Interest, and will
doubtless be largely attended.
The alarm of fire which was sounded
Friday night at 12 o'clock, and a second
alarm about two hours later, merely
"for the fun of the thing," has called
forth a howl of Indignation from the
press and public alike who are adverse
to such Jocular methods. It appears
the Eagle boys were entertaining their
friends In their hall on the evening In
question when one of the number
Bllpped out unobserved and turned In
the alarm. Of course It had the effect
of abruptly ending the festivities and
also of putting the firemen, not only
the Eagles, but the entire department
to a great deul of unnecessary trouble,
Smarting under the Joke, It Is alleged
several of the members of another
company, to get even, turned the Joke
upon the perpetrators by turning in the
As the local campaign draws near the
question of political timber for the
various offices to be filled begins to bo
a subject for discussion. While there
are Beveral names mentioned In con
noctlon with the mayoralty ns prac
tlcally fitted to discharge the duties of
that Important office noiw, as yet, have
publicly announced themselves. Dur
Ing the past week, the names of ex
President of Council J. J. Hart has been
iiroiKised and has met with much favor.
The argument advanced in his behelf
Is that despite the pinny Insinuations
hurled against him during his nluo
years as president of the council there
Is the first discourteous act, moral or
i l ... 1 1 1 ... t.t V
lfgu.1, l'l Of i-iiius itt.iiliri ii I ill.
The runoriU ftt Miss Marsarst Me
Hale, who died In the Wllkes-Barre
hospital, occurred yesterday afternoon
from her late home on Pino street.
The remains were borne to St. John's
church, where brief funeral services
were held. At the close the remains
were conveyed to the Market Street
cemetery, where Interment was made.
The town council will endeavor .to
hold a meeting 'this evening.
The funeral of Constable P. W.
Earley occurred Saturday afternoon
from his late home on North Main
street and was largely attended, The
remains "were carried to St. John's
Evangelical church, the pall bearers
being: Thomas Earley, M. Callahan,
M. Earley, J. Cawley, M. Wells, J. Pln-
der. The usual funeral services were
held, after which the remains were
conveyed ito Avoca and interred In the
Catholic cemetery. Among those from
out of town who attended the funeral
were: Detectives Hefferman and
Whalen, of WIIkes-Barre; Adam
Turkes, County Commissioner P. T.
Norton and John J. Donnelly, all of
Justice of the Peace James Ehret has
gone 'to Norristown on official business.
Those on the Inside of politics say
Jim," during his absence, will be the
guest of a friend closely Identified
with the Incoming state administra
tion. Edward Daugher and Miss B. Gor
Hz, two well known people of Jenkins
township, will be married on Dec. 2G In
St. John's church.
The authorities of Hughnstown bor-
rough have notified the Scranton and
Avoca Traction company that H will
not be permitted to lay tracks In that
borough until arrangements to do bo
are made with the council.
Pennsylvania Coal company bulletin:
No. 6, Barnum and-Old Forge will be
Idle this week; all others will work.
The work of stringing wlre3 for the
Traction line between Plttston Junc
tion and Duryea has been started.
Work has been resumed at the new
shaft of the Newton Coal company, lo
cated near the Twin breaker. The
roekmcn have attained a depth of nine
The wiring for the electric lights In
the reading room In South college was
recently completed and it Is now light
ed with electricity.
On Wednesday the classU-als and
technicals of the sophomore class
played a game of foot ball. Owing to
the muddy condition of the field there
was no scoring.
About fifteen of the students, accom
panied by Major Whittle and Dr. Cof
fin, visited the Br.ilnerd monument at
Martin's creek last Wednesday.
The last lecture of the term on elo
cution was delivered to the classes
Thursday by Hon. Robert E. James, of
Easton, of the class of '69. Ills sub
ject was "Political Oratory."
At the regular meeting of the Young
Men's Christian association Professor
Owen spoke on the subject, "What's In
a Name?" Special attention was given
to the thoughts suggested by the name
of God In the tenth verse of the
eighteenth chapter of proverbs.
Gideon Boericke, of the Junior class.
has been elected captain of the foot
ball eleven for next year. He played
left tackle on the team this fall.
Dr. Warfleld has been in New York
and Philadelphia the past week.
Professor George H. Stephens In
tends to conduct an elective In peda
Professor Hart and those studying
metallurgy visited the Iron works at
South Bethlehem last week.
Examinations begin next Wednes
The Thomas Iron company of Hoken-
daugua recently presented to the col
lege the oldest stationary eteam pump
lng engine in the Lehigh, valley. The
engine has been in use for over seventy
yars In the mines now belonging to this
company. It has been set up in Par
dee hall and can be used for many
Word has been received concerning
the death of Rev. C. R. Lane, D. D.,
class of '43. His death occurred In
Chambersburg, where for a time he
was professor of mathematics In Wilson
college. For many years he was pastor
in the Presbyterian church at Tunk
hannock. At one time he was the su
perintendent of schools of Wyoming
county. He was a man of high scholar
ship and extensive Information.
Charles J. Thatcher, "JU, ot tension,
nig B.wfl.rcica me mize iui iuo i
, .... I . V.
rhflmlcal theme this term.
The classslcals of the sophomore
class and Professors Youngman and
Owen were photographed on the steps
of South college Friday.
The Forest City borough council will
meet this evening.
Ed. Corey, of Unlondale, was loolvin
after his interests in this place Satur
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cava
nauirh. Friday, a son. '
Miss Minnie Cowles, of Carbondale, Is
the euest of her aunts, Mrs. Thomas
Mnxey and Mrs. Henry Box.
John D. Nealon, a popular commer
cial traveler of the Hendrlok Mnnufac
turing company, of Carbondale, was In
this place Saturday.
David Johns, who met with quite
serious accident In No. 1 shaft about
three weeks ago, Is again uhlo to appear
on the street by the aid of u cane.
Miss Flo Allen was u visitor In Car
Miss Mattle Spettlgue, of Carbondale,
is visiting her sinter, Mrs. W. II. His
gins, for a few days.
Miss Julia Connelly, of St. Lawrence,
Mass.. is visiting her father, Daniel
Miss Minnie Cleary, of Blnghamton
is the guest of her uncle, Councilman
The Christian Endeavorers of the
Presbyterian church have elected the
following officers: President, M. D
Evnns; vice president, James Jennings
secretary. Miss Flo Allen; treasurer,
Mrs. J. W. Lnrabee. Chairmen of the
different committees were appointed as
follows: Lookout committee, Mrs. M
D. Evans; prayer meeting, John
Tarkyns; musical, Miss Flo Allen; tern
perance, Samuel J. Jennings; mission
ary, Miss "Myrtle Alexander; Informa
tlon, James C. Waters; good snmurltun
Mrs. W. X. Reese. Misses Alien, Hut
tie Reese and Mary E. Reynolds weio
appointed to asslot in the Junior work.
The board of trade held their regular
meeting In Maxey'a hall Friday even
lug. F. J. Osgood acted as president
pro torn. Attorney L. P. Wedeman, asy
chairman of the committee on manu
factories, reported that the committee
had been doing some excellent work.
At the meeting of the council this even
ing a committee will watt upon that
body In regard to the sidewalk matter
and gutters. F. J. Osgood was selected
to circulate a petition to the business
men of this place to be sent to the
Erie and Ontario and Western com
panies asking for the regulation of
rates. C. S. Alexander's resignation as
secretary was accepted, and John M.
Brown elected to the office.
The musical festival to be held in
Carbondale Christmas day under the
auspices of the Literary and Musical
association, of this place, promises to
be a grand success. Entries for the
different numbers on the programme
are befng received daily. A meeting of
the stockholdrs of the festival will be
held In McDonald's hall Wednesday
The Pennsylvania Sunday School as
sociation workers will confer in this
city today. The afternoon exercises
which will be held in the Methodist
church will be as follows: Two o'clock,
devotional service, pastor greetings:
30, address by District President
George Urquhart, esq., of Wllkes-Barre;
2.45, Our State Work, Sunday School
Herald and Financial Policy, Rev. C. J,
Kephart, A. M.; 3.15, model primary
class taught, followed by conference.
Mrs. J. W. Barnes, president,' Newark,
N. J., Primary Teachers' union; 4, ad
dress and conference,' International
Field Superintendent William Reyn
olds; 5, dismissal. Evening service will
be held In the Presbyterian church and
the following will be the order of exer
clses: 7.15, song service: 7.30. address.
'The Purpose of the Sunday School,'
Rev. C. J. Kephart, A. M.; 8, primary
class work. Mrs. J. W. Barnes: 8.30.
Sunday school work from Maine to
California, International Field Superin
tendent William Reynolds; 9.15, bene
diction. Each Sabbath school In the
city will be represented at the conven
turn by at least two delegates.
Sunday evening at the Baptist Chris
tian Endeavor society meeting, the fol
lowing were elected officers of the so
ciety for the first six months in 181)
President, A. S. Lewsley; vice-president,
May L. Avery; secretary, Florence Col-
well; treasurer, Sadie Lewis; organist,
Alllo Price; corresponding secretary,
W. E. Bennett. Junior work Carrie
Geary, president; Mrs. A. S. Lewsley,
Saturday on the Delaware and Hud
son 12.41 p. m. train the remains of Mrs,
Mary Thompson, who died at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. M. K. Bishop, of
Dunmore, on Thursday last, were
brought to this o!ty and Interred In
Maplewood cemetery. The funeral ser
vices were conducted at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Williams, of
Lincoln avenue. The pall bearers were
Messrs. H. B. Jadwln, Dr. R. Ottman
T. C. Robinson, James McMillan,
Pierce Butler and Andrew Wyllle.
The Young Ladles' Cooking club were
entertained at tea on Saturday evening
at the home of Miss Lillian Baker, of
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Carroll will return
home today from their wedding tour.
They passed the Sabbath at Mrs. Car
roll's home In Honesdule.
Catharine Cavanagh died on Satur
day morning at her home on Brooklyn
street. Deceased was about 67 years of
Larry Walter, of Wllkes-Barre, Is the
guest of Frank Hlsted, of Wyoming
Miss Nettie Sweeney spent the Sab
bath with Scranton friends.
The Ladles' Aid society of the Meth
odist church will serve their regular
monthly supper on Wednesday of this
.Mothers! .Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Mrs. Wlnolow'a Soothing Syrup ha
been used for over fifty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children hn-
teething, with perfect success. It soothe.i
tho child, softens the gums, allays nil
pain; cures wind colic, and Is th
remedy for diarrhea. Sold by druKcisti
In every part of the world, lie sura nn.i
ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup '
and take no other kind. Twenty-five cents
Sign of the Bel!.
Bankrupt Stock from the Hyde
Park Clothing Store, bought at
Sheriff's Sale at One-Quartar its
Dissolution Stock of . Broderick,
H Thn linnnrnlloled kiipipsm of our
E great Bargain Kalej, ha, . encournged
un iu niiuuitnn 111, ouiiiii d paiu inc.,
S stock of the Hydo Park Clolhingl
5 Store, a Uaukiu'pt Stock which we;
3 secured at one-quarter its valuo. The';
3 stock, consisting entirely of flue;
S Clothing made iu tho past foui
5 mouths. Wo have added tho two j
S wholesale stocks which wo hought ;
S in New 1 ork. .
H This triple oilering ircseuls au
M anay of bargains which eclipse any
inai we nave yet snown. 1
Two Knco i
S t l! Fur By' Doubl! Breasted Union
ea if l.iu tV.ssiuiore. unu Cheviot Sulla; aUo
m Buys' warm and durable Caro
Ovnrc-iats.regular price. KanciSUI
ror Boys' nuo all v.'ool Cheviot j
Cstsiniere and lrib Frieze Keeferp
hulls; also Boys' Meltju and Kir-!
fey Ulsters, value (j.mt.
For choice iroin u large Una of
lloya' ltcefors with dooo sailor or !
Velvet Collar, Hicoly braided,1
vniuo J3.1W or 8l.nu ;!
For choico firm a lot of Boys' all
wol Chinchilla, Blun Umviut. :
Orov Moltou and Irish Frieziil
Storm Ulsters, with largo collars, !
The Bell Cloth
s Reliable Advertisers of Facts. 3
S SIGN OF THE BELL 230 LACKAWANNA AVE,
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURINGCO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA.. Manufacturers of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
Sirs. Anna Deemcra
Numb Spells, Dyspepsia,
Hood's Sarsaparllla Cave Strength,
Removed That Tired Feeling.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
" (ionttemen: I feel that I must say a few
wol ds about Hood's Sursunarllla, as I think It Is
the best medicine I have ever tukeu. I had Uys
pepsla, and my nerves were weak, my blood
also lu bud condition, and I was troubled will;
numb spells when I would sit or He down.
I Was So Weak
that I could hardly walk across the house when
I began to tako Hood's Sarsaparllla. I have
uow used seven bottles of this medicine uiul
have gained In strength, cau do nil my work
and not get tired, am ever so much bet
ter iu every way." Mag. Anna Deemeks,
I'aulton, Pennsylvania. ,
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly antf
efficiently, ou thu liver and buwtls. Sjc
1 HIT & CHI
MAXOTACItTREIlS' AOKXTS FOB
TRENTON IRON CO.'S
VAN AUEN& CO8
OXFORD IRON G0.S
MERCHANT BAR IRON.
REVERE RUBBER CO.'S
BELTING, PICKING AND HOSE.
FAYERWEATHER & LADEW'S
"HOYT'S" LEATHEn BELTING.
A. B. BONNEVILLE'S
"STAR" PORTLAND CEMENT.
AMERICAN BOILER C0.S
"ECONOMY" HOT AIR FURNACES.
GRIFFING IRON CO.'S
434 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Coal of the best quality for domestic
use, ana oi an sizes, delivered In
part of the city at lowest price.
uraers leri ui my umce
K 3.118 WYOMING AVENUE.
Rear room, first floor, Third National
Hank, or sent by mall or telephone to tho
nine, will receive prompt attention.
Special contracts -will bo mado for the
mio ttiiu uenvery oi uucKwneat coal.
WM. T. SMITH
Frudenthal & Co.,
Place, New York.
21 Waverly S
Wholesale Stock of the Wearwell
Suit Co., 18 West Third Street,
$ 4.75 SrlS. an' S
Suits; also Men's Black and Blue
Uvurcuutu, valuo $d uud 310.
For Myii'sall wool Black and Blno
Choviut and Fancy Cassiimtre
Suits, rItik'Io and doub'e breasted,
or lonir oit-nwnys; a a Black ami
lllne KiTHoy unci Lii;lit Colored
Melton Overcoat), vuiuo 51-.
u nn For JWs oxtra flno BUck nnJ
a Who Clay Worst! Kt?nt Cut-
away Smta or uiualo and doubln
brnnsted Fancy Cassimore and
Cheviot Bulls; also line Custom
inudu Mao or Black Kersey and
Mollou I'uolo Overcoats, vulue $:U
4 QO For choico from a lino of Mon'g
0 line Blue Chinchilla Ulsters, nico
ly lined with heavy Casslmcrc,
with Invito collar lb protect thu
ears, value fU.
3 01 For Men's Blno and B'actt Chin-
ehillft Overcoats; also aiuglo and
doublo breasted Idixed Suits,
0 A Q For choice from an Immense lino
'V ef Hen's Worsted and Casimero
Pants: eimal to fit and Uniali to
regular Jj uJ Pants.
ing House, I
General Office: SCRANTON. PA.
1 Ihe hair
400-402 Lackawanna Avenue
: A LARGE STOCK OF '
fj M SPECIAL PRICES.
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E dUD DISPLAY Of '21
1 Holiday -.-Goods 1
g I0W READY. 1
m n us in.
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 Bamboo, Oak and White Enamel.
Hampers, Waste, Work and Fancy Baskets. Step
Ladder Chairs, Card Tables.
KERR & SIEBECKER
406 AND 408 LACKA. AVE.
6f our Room-Making Sale
is near at hand, in consequence pro
fitless priced Bedroom suits, Side
boards and Parlor suits will be of
fered you to make room for our
LOW PRICES. :