The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, December 12, 1894, Page 8, Image 8
THE SCEANTO TRIBUNE "WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 12, 1894. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT. BEAUTIFUL SPECIAL Very Haudsome Assort ments of New Silks are Shown for the Holiday Season. The prices are more interesting than ever, while the general stock is at its height. LADIES Oil Two essential points to remember: Our styles are invariably in the best taste and perfectly correct, whilst in ewry instance our prices are considerably below those rul ing in other stores. Notice the splendid specimens in lilue or Black Beaver, Kersey and Cheviot, with tiijht-littiiiu and loose fronts, 32 and 56 inches long. RESS GOODS Down go the prices and up go the sales like a rocket The values here are simply mar velors. In this connection it can be tiuthfully stated that we have nevi r shown a better assortment fur the Holiday Seas n. Silk and line are all selling at reduced prices. IILLII r 1 lis b 1 H II f All the Ready-uiade Hats are now much below early prices. S GRAND DEPOT. DR, .'.-REEVES, 412 Spruce Street, Scranton. Dr. Reeves has had long unil varied ex perience In hospital unci nilvute practice and treats nil acute and rlironlc diseases of men, women and children. CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE. He, with his assistants, treat all dls oaHes of he nervous system, diseases of the eye, ear, nuso and throat, dyspepsia, rheumatism, lost vitality, premature Weakness or decay In both sexes, nervous debility, catarrh, tumors, cancers, erup tions, blood-polsoninK, fits, epilepsy, In discretion and errors of youth, lost man hood, eczema, scrofula, St. Vtus' dance, asthma, diseases of the heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, bladder, stomach,, etc. Young Men Positively Cured. Offer to the Public for Catarrh. Any one Ruffotins with Catarrh who Ivlshes to be permanently, quickly und cheaply cured muy receive three months' treatment for only FIVE DOLLARS. The doctor has discovered a specltlc for this dreaded disease. You can treat and cure yourself and family with It at home. It never falls to cure. A trial treatment OFFICK HOURS-Dally, 0 a. m. to 9 p. m.; Sundays, 10 to 12 and 2 to 4. IY GOODS HQL CHAIRS, OTTOMANS. HASSOCKS, CARPET SWEEPERS, RUGS, MATS, ETC. Special prices on all the above goods foe the Holidays. J. Scott Inglis Carpet and Wall Paper, 419 LACKAWANNA AVE. four doom above Wyoming House. MINOOKA. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report An&OlMVEm PURE The handsome new residence of T. D, Marshall, of Ureenwood, Is nearly com pleted. . Monday afternoon was a grand event to the school children, who were all photographed In their respective rooms, The Young Men's Institute branch, No. 184, will hold their regular meeting I on Thursday evening. Nominations will be made for the different offices, Patrick Dolan, of Five I'olnts, Is erlously 111. , , ) NEWS OF THIS VICINITY TUM1IANSOCK. J. M. Lester, organizer of the Im proved Order of Heptasophs, lias been Industriously working the town for two or three days, and now announces that he has secured nearly enough names to establish a conclave here. The roster of membership contains the names of some of the most prominent citizens, and the conclave, If organized, will be In good hands. When Superintendent Keeler called the teachers' Institute together on Mon- daj there were 129 present to be en rolled. There Is a 'total of 134 schools In the county, but one 4s not In operation, S'j that there were but four teachers aliment. The fair of the Citizens of Bralntrlm band occurs at Laceyvllle Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. They expect sev eral bands to be present, and will unite in a grand street parade on the last day. A general assortment of articles will be on sale during the three days. Miss Ida Squires entertained a few friends socially at her father's home on Foundry street last evening. Robert Collins, a bright young man from Lovelton, who was graduated In veterinary surgery at Ontario, Canada, lust year, left this morning for Mem phis, Tenn., where he will practice ihls profession. He practiced In Scranton a part of the time the past year. The remains of the late T. B. Wall were transferred from Gravel Hill ceme tery to Sunnyslde today. Mrs. Theodore Streeter is visiting Wllkes-Barre friends, Some of the street urchins nailed a pocketbook to the sidewalk yesterday afternoon and then congregated on the pposlte side of the street and waited for the pretty school ma'ams to come down from the Institute. Every few moments an unsuspecting dam3el would Mtoop down to pick It up, and the chorus that greeted her from the rag tag brigade would send the hot blood to her cheeks and quicken her pace to a lively gait. James E. Frear, esq., Is remodeling his property on Third street. The barns, sheds and other adjacent outbuildings belonging to Jacob States. of East Lynn, were burned at about 10 o'clock Monday night. Mr. States -re tired at about 9 o'clock and had fallen asleep, when he was aroused by his neighbors and found the flames burst ing out at the roof. Nothing of im portance could besaved, and two horses, severul wagons, sleighs, farming uten sils and about thirty tons of hay were consumed. The loss is estimated at from $2,500 to $3,000. He had $1,800 In surance. No cause for the fire can be found unless It might have been done by the pipe of a tramp. Professor R. A. Coon has gone to Worcester, Mass., where he has se cured a situation In the car shops. The Baptist young people will hold a "poverty social" tonight. Mush and milk are the chief articles of diet, and 15 cents will be the price of admission. The Junior Epworth league held their election of ofllcer3 yesterday afternoon and the following is the result: Presi dent, Rev. W. M. Hiller; first vice-president, Mary Jayne; second vice-president, Frod Potter; secretary, Ruth Pi att; assistant secretary, Herman Mack; treasurer, Nellie Billings; organist, Rita Ross; lookout committee, Pearl Diet rich, Minnie Shook, Rosa Stone,-James Carey, Norris Swisher, Harry Ross, Charles Jones; ilower committee. Lulu Brown, Jessie Billings, Ruth Piatt, Bes sie Burchard, Fred Barlow, Fred Boardman. lAlliUltt Mrs. Lafaytte, of Scranton, was a visitor here yesterday. George Morris, of Feltzvllle, accident ally Khot himself yesterday morning with a shotgun while out hunting. He slipped on a stone and in falling down the trigger of the gun In some way went off, striking him in the left leg just below the knee, Imitating a very serious but not dangerous llesli wound. Tho Taylor, Pyne and Holdeu mines were paid yesterday. The twentieth anniversary of Lacka wanna lodge, No. 13, American Protest ant association, was celebrated last night In Reese's hall on Main street. An excellent programme was rendered for the occasion. The Misses Lloyd and Gabriel, of Providence, were visitors hero yesterday. CAKKOyPALE. Rev. T. E. Jepson, pastor of tho Bap tist tabernacle, this city, left yesterday afternoon for Sidney, N. Y., where he will assist In revival services. He will be absent two or three weeks. O. L. Utley, of Wyoming street, who has been seriously ill during the past six weeks, is able to sit up. Frank Van Gorder, of Terrace street, has accepted a situation In Scranton. At the close of the convention of tho Pennsylvania Sunday School associa tion which was held In this city Mon day, the following officers were selected ton; secretary.' Frank Stephens; treas for the local branch; President, S. Bol- urer, A. S. Lewsley. E. M. Peck spent yesterday with his son, Emmons, at Emmons, To., Sullt van county. This evening the Epworth league will noid its regular monthly business meet lng. TJIROOP. Miss Lottie Banfleld, the 4-yenr-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Ban field, was very seriously burned on Sat urday. Mrs. Banfleld had left the little one In a room playing while she was attending to household duties, when her attention was attracted by cries of the little one. Ru.shlng to the room she was horror stricken to Bee her child In flames. She hastily endeavored to tear the burning clothes from the little one and finally succeeded, but not until she had recleved several burns on the hands and arms. Mrs. Charles D. Sanderson is still very 111. . . Mr. and Mrs. George B. Mead re- celved a visitor on Friday last, who Intends to stay, In the person of a bouncing baby boy. Mr. and Mrs. George Stanton are greatly delighted over the arrival of a duughter. Louis Morgans, of Nanticoke, Is vl Ring his patents! here. Miss Jennie Sldnther, of Green Ridge, has returned home after a week's visit with friends here. Miss Catherine PHtfhiinl nf Ok'. pliant, Is nursing Mrs. Meed through if sicKness. he (MATH ANT. Colonel Sprague, the University Ex tension lecturer, will give the first of a series of lectures at the Blakely Bap tist church this evening under the aus pices of the Young Meii's Christian union. Thomas McAndrew, of Patterson, N. J., a former resident of this place, ia visiting relatives in town. The reception of the, Blakely Social club has been postponed until Dec. 20. The Young Men's Christian union will hold an entertainment, supper and watch meeting In their rooms on Scott street Monday evening, Dec. 31. The programme will be something new and unique. J. R. Schubmehl, of Dansville, N. Y., Is the guest of his brother, Editor Schubmehl, of the Gazette. The grand carnival of days and Christmas market will be opened to night and tomorrow night at the Pres byterian church, Peckvllle. Admission only G cents. A large display of Christ mas presents. A very line entertain ment will be given each evening. The finest display of Indian curiosities will be on exhibition. Professor Homer B. Sprague, one of the most noted University Extension lecturers, will deliver a fall lecture at 8 o'clock this evening, in the Blakely Baptist church. It Is probable this will be but the first of a series of seven, which will continue through the winter months. Hon. C. P. O'Malley has returned from Philadelphia. Mrs. W. L. Schlager is visiting rela tives in Avoca. WAYEULY. At the regular meeting of George Fell post, No. 307, Grand Army of the Republic, held last Saturday evening, the following officers were elected to serve for the ensuing term: Com mander, R. H. Holgate; senior vice commander, O. B. Jones; junior vice commander, AVilllam Raven; quarter- master.H. H. White; surgeon, William Rice; chaplain, Rev. A. B. Browo; offi cer of day, George Perry; officer of the guard, Joseph l'elham; council of ad ministration, Harrison Wolfe, J. W. Mershon, Virgil McManus; auditors, M. J. Hall, J. B. Hopklmj and O. B. Jones; delegate to the state convention at Williamsport, H. 11. White; alternate, Parton Lewis. Public Installation at the next regular meeting. Washington camp, Patriotic Order, Sons of America, No. 314, elected seven new members at their last meeting, and four more are to be led into the mys- Uiries of the order at their next meet ing. If you want a first class shave, a fashionable hair cut, a thorough sham poo, your hair singed or dyed, call at Martin Bold's barber shop. I have also on hand a full line of fine segars and tobacco and pipes. JMCIIOLSOX. The funeral of Mrs. Oscar Cohin, of Scranton, was held in the Methodist Episcopal church Tuesday morning. Rev. Mr. Wilbur, of Factoryville, officiated. Born To Mr. and Mrs. Harry Steph ens, a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Harding, of Ring hamton, were calling on Nicholuon friends, Tuesday last. Mrs. Harry Wilson has returned from the Parlor City. Miss Anna Wilcox is visiting the Elec tric City. The Nicholson Independent Order of Odd Fellows will attend a banquet at Fautoryvllle this evening. Will return on a special. Mrs. Fannie Heartly, of Glenwood, Is visiting Mrs. O. H. Williams. Mrs. George Snyder and son, Ray visited the Electric City yesterday. Morton Stephens started for Wyom lng seminary, yesterday morning. ritit'EPuiiG. There Is still trouble about the cross walks. A large number of Italian families have moved In town. The men will work In the JJlamoiid vein, in Jermyn's slope. The num who were boring for coal In Jermyn's shaft with a diamond drill lng machine 'have been successful. They have struek a fine vein of coal. This is good news to the mlnei'3 of this place.. Arrangements are being made to hold a fair for the benefit of St. Thomas' church during the holidays. OLD FORGE. Mrs. Andrew Kennedy, of Olyphnnt, waa the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Drake, for the past few days. M. Joyce ha3 begun work to rebuild his hotel, which was recently destroyed by fire. Miss Mary Monie, who has bpen visit ing her sister In Iowa for the past year, has returned home. The Presbyterian Sunday school Is practicing for a Christmas entertain ment. Mrs. Walter Smiles,' who has been sick, Is Improving. FACTORYVILLE. Mr. and Mrs. N. M-TMnn, of Foster, were callers at M. N. Townsend's, Mon day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Elsenhart, of Wavei'ly, N. Y who have been visit ing Mr. Elsenhart's sister, Mrs. Charles Haag, of River street, returned home Tuesday. Miss Bertha Knapp left for Chicago Saturday, where she will spend the winter with Mrs. Kate Harrington. Miss Nelly DcGraw, of S6ranton, Is the guest of Miss Bertha Reynolds for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Baker, who have been visiting their son, of Scranton, und daughter, at Caryl Station, re turned home Kaiturday afternoon. Ilaymond Baker and daughter, of Went Auburn, ure the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Baker. These two brothers have lived within twenty miles of each other all their lives and have not nit before In fifty years. It seems each had lost track of the other. The. Independent Order of Odd Fel lows of this place will hold a banquet this (Wednesday) evening in the Brick hall. They will entertain as their guests members of the Great Bend, Tunkhannock, Nicholson, Mill City, Clark's Summit lodges, and all lodges in this section. Those attending the Institute nt Tunkhannock from this place are: Misses Helen Bold and Maud Wiigley, Mrs. Lou Stork and Professor Charles Walter. 110NESDALE. A Biirprlse party was tendered Miss Minnie Goesser at, her home Monday evening by the clerkB of Mennor & Co. After a severe Illness of several weeks duration Dr. C. R. Brady is oncj more able to be at his office. Cards are out announcing tho mar rlage of Miss Myrta Woodwnrd to Dr. Edward W. Burns at the bride's home Christmas evening at 6 o'clock. Miss Clara Bunnell will be married to William Kletner on Tuesday evening, Dec. 18, at tho home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olive Bunnell. Mothers! Mctlicrs!! Mothers!!! Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothlnj; . Syrup h.n been used for over fifty years by mil lions of mothers, for their children while teething, with perfect succosi. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays nil pain; cures wind colic, nnd is tho best remedy for dlnrrhea. Sold by druggists In every part of the world. Ho sure and ask for "Mrs. WInslow'B Soothing Syrup," and taks no other klad. Twenty-five cents a bof.le. ' . ..... . AVOCA. Dr. P. J. Gillespie has returned home after spending a few days in Philadel phia. Bernard Qulnn, a well known and highly respected gentleman of West Avoca, While attending to his duties at No. 13 shaft, yesterday morning, was seriously hurt by a fall of rock. One leg and arm were broken and he was otherwise Injured. He lies In a critical condition at his home In West Avoca. Mrs. J. Goodwin, of Luzerne, Is visit ing her son, Hugh Goodwin, of West A voca. Clarence Harris was a visitor at Tlttston, yesterday. The Traction company Is progressing with the laying of its tracks through town, and Burgess Holllster is paying pretty close attention and seeing that they do their work right. Miss Ella Foy was calling on Plttston friends yesterday. Miss Helen Monroe, of Kingston, Is spending a few days with relatives in Avoca. MAYF1ELP. C. S. Hoyt was In Carbondale Tues day night. H. J. Dolpaw was in Wilkes-Barre last night. Mrs. Nellie Walker is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. J. Bergen. Misses Maggie, Rose and Ella Mul holland, Kate Grlffliths and Messrs. W. J. Bergan, W. Mellow, John Cog gins, Hanaphy and Patrick Murray, witnessed "The Count of Monte Chrlfto" at Carbondale last night. Cured ofCatarrh Feels Like A New Woman Since Taking Hood's Indigestion and Sick Headaches Also Relieved. "C. I. nood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: " I havo been taking Hood's Sarsaparlllaslnci last December for Indigestion, catarrh and sick headache, and it lias nuulo me feci like- a new woman. When I commenced taking It I did not have any appetite anil fur years I lunl to lie verv careful about my diet. Now I can eut any kind of loodwltlioiitiniydistressaftcrwaiils. 1 Inula severe case of catarrh, ami this with my indiges tion brought on frequent attacks of Bi.it lica.t aiiie. They bothered lite very much. iiutsiii"B taking several bottles of Hood's SSarsapurMa ' All Is Changed. It has cured me of catarrh aud my other troubles! I liopo every ono similarly uf Dicted will try Hood's Sarsaparilla and be HoodV.Cur convinced of its merit." Miss Klla John- bos, 1215 Alder Street, Philadelphia, I'enn. Hood's Pills are liaml made, and perfect Id proportion aud appearance. 25c. a box. use. sw.rs'.T.tv: THE HUNT i C01ELL CO., MAKCFACiunERs' Agents fob TRENTON IRON COS WIRE ROPE. VAN ALEN & GOS STEEL NAILS. OXFORD IRON C0.S MERCHANT BAR IRON. REVERE RUBBER CO3 BELTING, PACKING AND HOSE. FAYERWEATHER & LADEW'S "HOYT'S" LEATHER BELTING. A. B. BONNEVILLE'S "STAR" PORTLAND CEMENT. AMERICAN BOILER C0.S 'Economy" hot air furnaces. GRIFFING IRON CffS BUflDY RADIATORS. 434 LACKAWANNA AVE. The salo of Parts J, 5, C, 7 and 8, of Pal mer fox's Interesting nnd laughable "Queer People" will open on Friday morning at The Tribune business olflee. riT. PLEASANT COAL AT RETAIL Coal of tho best quality for domestic use, Rnd of all gl7.es, delivered in any part of the city at lowest price. Orders left ut my Office NO. 118 WYOMING AVENUE, Rear room, flrat floor. Third National Bank, or sent by mail or telephono to thu tilne, will receive prompt attention. Bpeclal contracts Hill be made for the lalo and delivery of Buckwheat Coal. WM. T. SMITH. y3IIEI9iaiSllltSSIlluAlB(i!IIII2IEIiIEEIIll2IEEIIISllEB!IEIEED3ll3e!!IBH2EEaiilIII9i Hi np Sip of the Bell. 230 LACKAWANNA AVENUE. TREIENDOU S OFFERINGS Ennkrupt Stock from the Hydo ' Frudenthal & Co., 21 Waverly Park Clothint; Store, bought at Place, New York. Sheriff's alo at One-Quarter its ' Value. ( Wholesale Slock of the Wearwell ii Suit Co., 16 West Third Street, Dissolution Stock of Broderick, New York. BULLETIN. 1 The Unparalleled success of our great 5aif;aiu 8alea lias encouraged j us to purchase ut Sheriirti sale the stock of Ihe Hyde l'nrk Clothing! Store, a littukrupt Stuck which wei secured at one-quarter Hs value. The stock, consisting entirely of line; Clothing nimio in tho past four' month. We have added the two wholesale stocks which we houghl in New York. f Tliis tiiplo offering presents an army of bargains which eclipse auy ; that wo have yet shown. : Suits due. I $ 1.45 83 FOR BOYS For Boys' Eoolilo BronMed Union C.esimuro aud C heviot Suits; nUo 11. ...u' u.i.vm niwl ,1,. rut. In 1.. Uvuroiutrci?uliir price, S- nntl j-U For Hoys' tiuu all wool cheviot Cft'slmcru and Irish Frieze h'eet'or emits; M80UOVS- .neiwnuuu ft.tr Vey L'lstors, valui JS.im. For ehoico lioin u lurgo lino of Hoys' Heefors with deep nailer or Vulvt Collar, nicely Iruidcd, vo.uo S.'LUler fl.iHi V.... ..l,ni..n fw.tn a lot r.f n...,D' nll v0 woul Cliinciiillm Blue cheviot uray Aiairon una insn frier,;-t-torin Ulsters, with lurjje col. bis, vnlusj JU.!)J. FOR GENTLEHEN. 1 J 7R For Men's Finprto and Double S I Breasted CuMium-re. und t'liev o; S Suiti: nlso .Men's Hluck and Blue JJ overcouts, valuu Ji and S1U. g M M 7CR For Men'sall wool Black and Blue g lUJ cheviot unit Fmiey 1'atuininre huits, single and duub'o In sisted, or loni cut-nwiiyu; a s Illnrk nd 5 Blue Kersey and Ll'ilt Colored JJ Melton Overcoat!, value $1-. mm U 07 For Men's extra flue Blnck nni S H'Ol Blm Cluy Worst i.l Uus-ut Cut- uwny Suits or xiuulo mid douliln breasted : Fancy Cuosiiuere und !S , ( heviot Anils: also lili" Custom- 5 made Blue or Blnck Kersey nnd g; Melton i'oule Overcoats, value S'.'U. For rholon f rora a lim of Men's g; flue Blue Chinclillln Ulsters, uicn- jj ly lined with heavy Cm-iiun-iv, gj xvitW lnrnu collar to protect tho J curs, vulue ('J. 3 01 For Men's Bltin and Black Chin- 5 'A cuillti Ovoreoata; ul single, nnd JJ double broustuil Mixed Suits, " vidua 28. S3 mm cu 2i0 For ch l. o from an Immenpo lino 5 of Men'n Worsted and Cn lmvre m Punts: equal to tit a id finish to roi,'ular tolll Pants. ! The Bell Clothing House,! I s Reliable Advertisers of Facts. g SIGN OF THE BELL 230 LACKAWANNA AVE, 5 n tm EM fi39I8EEB!SE3IEE9EiBiiBi!EBBBEEBEIllE2EEE3EBEElEiEEEEIE3EES3E3B9SE3Ei:i2IBEEB30El!S239BaEEk? THE DICKSON MANUFACTURINGCO SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA., Manufacturers of Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers, HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY. General Office: SCRANTON, PA. g - ; LEADERS OF LOW PRICES. , JI 400402 Lackawanna Avenue. A LARGE STOCK OF IB. IB ill fil SPECIAL PRICES, i B .. .. .. , . GRAND D1SPLRY.0F , 2 I HolidayvGoods i v & e wmr READV. 3 72 iUUiUUiUUiiiiiUiliiililS SOI n MB II WHITE AND GOLD Hanging Four Shelf Book Rack, $3.50. Big Value, $3.50. A Graceful Four Leg Table, $E.o,o. And Four Fold Screen Frame, all of exceptional values aud of latest patterns. FANCY ROCKERS, Plusli and Leather Seat, $3.00 to $25.00 each.' EASELS, ' Iu Bamboo, Oak and White Enamel. BASKETS, Hampers, Waste, Work aud Fancy Baskets'. Step Ladder Chairs, Card Tables. KERR & SIEBECKER 406 AND 408 LACKA. AVE. i in if iiL And our Grand Holiday Display is ushered before 3rou iu all its brilliant glory. Don't be dazzled when you enter our store (as it's far superior to our last year's display), and goods are so much cheaper. Come here any clay aud take your time to look. Our store is a GRAND FREE FAIR, without the raffle and wheel of fortune fiends. Go upstairs. There you will also see beautifully fitted up departments. And iu the basement the same way, but more of the solid and substantial. Our Credit System ? Oh ! yes ; that's iu the same working order as heretofore. We want you to make use of it. We extend goods to you as liberally that way as though you paid cash. Hundreds upon hundreds of Onyx Tables, Lamp Stands, Lamps, Shades, Clocks, Ornaments; thous ands of Chairs, Fancy Gilt Chairs, Rattan and Up holstered Rockers, Solid Oak, Birch, Maple and Ma- hogauy Rockers, in antique and novel designs. Book cases with desks aud without; Ladies' Fancy Desks in different woods, Music Cabinets, Ladies' Toilet Ta bles, etc., etc. Nearly five thousand of the haudsom est'and loveliest things you ever set eyes on. . Come and walk through. We'll welcome you.