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THE SCHAtfTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27, 1894.
Another Rare Owportunity
Is Presented This Morning
in Stylishly Made Ladies'
Coats The Prices Are the
Lowest of the Present Sea
son, P.isht from a maker who was glad to avail
himself of our offer. He had too many
Raiments arrl too little money, and thus
wo purchased upon our own terms. Each
wrap is exquiKitt ty made and trimmed in
the latest fashionable Btyle; the materials
are the best and such as have found (treat
favor among the ladies of taste. Such of
ferings as these have not been shown in
Scranton this year, 40 inches lonR, double
breasted, lurge sleeves and tlght-llttlnu.
ltegular prices until now were
$12, $17, and $20.
Remarkable varieties and values have
been brought here for the holidays. The
prices are conspicuous for their small
ness, while tho qualities and styles oc
cupy the highest place known to Hand
' HOLIDAY DRESS GOODS
APRONS AND PILLOWSKAMS
Every color for decorating, every kind.
From the best makers. Tho assortment
1b particularly Interesting, as It includes
all grades from tho ordinary to the finest.
Open Evenings Until Christmas.
GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT,
412 Spruce Street, Scranton.
Dr. Reeves has had long and varied ex
terlence In hoapllul and private practice
mid treats all acute and chronic diseases
of men, women and children.
CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE.
Ho. vlth his assistants, treat all dls
eases of he nervous system, diseases of
Tne eye, ear, nose ana in rout, dyspepsia,
rheumatism, lost vitality, premature
weakness or decay in both sexes, nervous
debility, catarrh, tumors, cancers, erup
tions, blood-poisoning, tits, epilepsy, In
discretion and errors of youth, lost man-
Hood, eczema, scrofula, Ht. Vtus dance,
asthma, diseases of the heart, lungs,
4iver, Hiuneys, uiuuaer, siomacn, etc.
Young Men Positively Cured
Offer to the Public for Catarrh.
Any one suffering with Catarrh who
wisiies 10 be permanently, quickly and
cheunlv cured may receive three months'
treatment for only FIVE DOLLAH3. The
doctor has discovered a mieutflc for this
dreaded disease. You can treat and cure
yourself and family with It at home. It
never falls to 'cure. A trial treatment
OFFICR HOURS-Dally, 9 a. m. to 9 p,
m. ; Bunoays, iu 10 a anu t 10 i.
NEWS OF THIS VICINITY
The Independent Glee club, of Wyo
ming Seminary, Is. booked for a concert
at Kalis on Thursday evening;, Jan. 3.
MIbs Breakstone, elocutionist, and Mrs.
Taylor, vocalist, will be with them.
The stock holders of the Montrose
Railway company will hold their an
nual meeting at Wall's hotel, in this
place on Monday, Jan. 14, between the
hours of one and two o'clock. A presi
dent and twelve directors are to be
The Evangelical people will hold their
quarterly meeting services Friday eve
ning, Saturday and Sunday. The pre
siding elder, Rev, Jacob Young, will be
J. R. Hungerford, the borough col
lector, gives notice that five per cent,
will be added to all unpaid school taxes
after January 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schemerhorn,
of Laceyvllle, were guests of Charles
. Potter Tuesday.
Some of the merchants are advocat
ing early closing again this winter.
They contend that the hour for closing
might as well be six as seven, as the
hour between those figures Is consumed
by both the public and clerks In eating
Robert Maybee has returned from
Greenwood, Bradford county, and re
ports his mother better, although her
condition Is still critical.
While train No. 22 was coming down
from Sayre this morning it ran upon a
stone lying on the track between Wya-
luslng and Laceyvllle, damaging the
engine and crippling a combination
baggage car and smoker so that It had
to be side tracked. It was not apparent
whether the stone fell down from an
embankment or wus placed on the track
Prof. John Turn, of Falls, was circu
lating among the musicians here yes
George Biesecker and family, of
Clark's Summit, spent Christmas day
with Sheriff Knapp's people.
The funds arising from the assignee's
sale of the property of Mack & Miller,
who did business under the title of the
Tunkhannock Manufacturing company.
were distributed by the auditor at the
ofllce of W. E. & C. A. Little yesterday.
An alleged catamount has been seen
near South Eaton, and a detachment of
infantry Is in pursuit.
Rev. G. C. Lyman, of Wyoming, was
a brief caller In town yesterday.
N. H. Shupp and Miss Mame Luce, of
Eaton township, hied themselves to
Waverly, N. Y., Saturday evening and
were made one.
A water company to supply the In
habitants of Mill City Is one of the lat
est projects In that enterprizlng neigh'
borhood. Theron R. Stark Is the prime
mover In the matter.
The assessors of the county are nil
making returns at the commissioners'
olllce yesterday and today.
Otis Reymolds, of Nicholson borough,
was confined In jail yesterday on com
plaint of Anson Stephens, who alleges
that the foinier made malicious threats
against him. Reynolds was once at
Danville Insane asylum for some time,
and it is believed that he is still unbal
Alphens Sturdevant, of LaGrango,
and Ella Besley, of Mehoopany, are the
latest matrimonial candidates.
George Bidleman, clerk In the Pen
sion department at Washington, D. C.
is home for a vacation.
Ed. Crocker, a clerk In Butler Broth
ers' large mercantile establishment in
New York City, has been rusticating at
Judge Sittser received a telegram yes
terday apprising him of the death of
Judge Seely at Honesdale. Mr. Sittser
was a personal friend of the decedent
and will attend the funeral tomorrow.
The Mill City Epworth League will
hold a rally on February 1 and 2. The
pastor, Rev. C. H. Newlng, who la
working the matter up, is a stirring
The Knights of Pythias election (lid
not occur last week as stated In this
column, but will be held tomorrow
night. Some work In the third degree
will be done, and after the session the
members will enjoy a little spread.
Mr. and Mrs. Will P. Billings were up
from Kingston Tuesday.
The ten-year-old son of Davis Barton
of Russell Hill, while pluylng around a
threshing machine, was drawn Into the
gearing and his hh) crushed and
Rev. F. H. Foss, of Lopez, Is visiting
A young man named Tillman was
shot In the thigh by the accidental (lis
charge of a companion's gun while
hunting near Laceyvllle Tuesday. It Is
the same old Btory of poking a rabbit
out of a hole with a loaded weapon. Till
mau was an Ulster boy, and will carry
the marks of the episode to his grave,
even If the accident does not cause bis
ance from out of town. Mrs. Van Doren
sang two solos with her accustomed ex
cellence an.l Mr. Coyne, of South Scran
ton, also favored his audience with Bev
eral pleasin,; selections. There were
national songs sung by the children of
Miss Qulnnan's room. The fair will be
open all week.
Mrs. Jumps White of Wayne street.
spent Christmas with friends In Scran
ton. . .
As fho clock on the mantel-piece
struck five Christmas evening a bridal
party passed under a beautiful canopy
of laurel and evergreen, ond the solemn
ceremony of the Methodist church was
pronounced ithat united for life Miss
Myrta Woodward and Dr. Edward Ward
Burns. The bridal party consisted of
the ushers, Joseph Crandall, Fred
Orossley, Dr; W. B. Powell and O. B.
Hadsell; the flower girls, Misses Alice
Simons ond Bessie Brown, and tho
bride and groom. The wedding march
was played by the groom's sister, Miss
mma Burns, and the ceremony was
performed by Rev. C. A. Benjamin, as
sisted by Rev. William H. Swift. Tho
bride wore a handsome gown of cream
colored bengallne and carried bride
roses. The home of 'the bride on Maple
avenue was beautifully decorated with
green 'branches and potted plants. Hol-
and mistletoe also abounded. Re
freshments were served by the young
lady and gentlemen friends of the brldo
and groom, and at 6.45 Dr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Burns left In a heavy storm of
rice to take the Erie and Wyoming
train for Scranton. Among the gueHts
present were Miss Blanche Wood, who
wore cream silk; Miss Adelaide Dodge,
blue crepe de chene: Miss Elizabeth
Bentley, white satin; Miss Irene Tib-
betts, lavender silk; Miss Louise Hr
denbergh, figured silk gown; Miss Susan
Jenkins, canary crope de chene; MIs3
Ida Barnes, cream satin Honesdale;
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crossley, Rich
mondale; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mar
shall, Dunmore; Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Rod
man; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marshall, Mrs,
John Bell and Mrs. Ford, Ha,wley;
George Bell, Ariel; Mrs. Mary Bell,
Hamlin ton; Fred B. Crossley, Harvard
college; Ed P. Clark and Josoph Cran
dull, Philadelphia; Ernest Brown, Now
York, 'and Edwin B. Twiltmeyer, Lafay
Miss Hattle B. Lake was married to
W. Fay Langdon, of New York city,
at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon by Rev,
C. A. Benjamin. The ceremony was
performed under an arch of evergreen
formed In the bay window of the parlor.
The bride was wttlred In white china
silk and carried bride roses. The brides
maid. Miss Nellie Woodward, of Haw
ley, wore cream silk. Gus Langdon, of
Brooklyn brother of 'the groom, was
best man. R. W. Lake, brother of the
bride, and Naboth Osborne, of Syra
cuse, were ushers. The flower girl was
Sarah Knapp, of Hawley. Miss Hattle
Spears, of Hawley, played the weddiing
march. A wedding supper was served
after which 'the bridal couple loft for
New York. The out-of-town guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Hall, Carbondale;
Mr. and Mrs. Knapp, Hawley; Mrs. A
Langdon, Port Oram; Gus Langdon,
Jersey City; Rev. Edward Martin and
Miss Nellie Woodward, Kingston;
Miss Rolison, Miss Collum, Mr. Vicker
and Mr. Cation, Hawley.
Special prices on all the above goods
for the Holidays. '
J. Scott Inglis
Carpet and Wall Paper,
419 LACKAWANNA AVE
four doori above Wyoming Hontft
C. S. Hoyt spent Christmas with his
parents at Pltitston.
P. F. Kllkpr was in Wllkes-Barre
Christmas. He says Wllkes-Barre Is
Blow. It cannot come up to Scranton.
. Thomas Burke, of IEU1 street, Is very
proud of his new son.
, Mrs. T. M. Hart le In a critical condi
Isasw Mendlcson, of Hill .street, who
ihias been quite sick, la once more able to
, Mrs. W.J. Bergen and son, Alphonsus
epent yesterday In Olyphant.
Itclfcf In Six Hours.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder dls
eases relieved In six hours by the "New
Greta South American Kidney Cure.1
This new remedy is a great surprise on
account of Its exceeding promptness In
relieving pain In tho bladder, kidneys,
back ana every pan or tne urinary pas'
rages in male or female. It relieves re
tentlon of water and pain in passing it
almost Immediately. If you want quick
relief and cure this is your remedy. Sold
by C. M. Harris, Druggist, 12a I'enn ave
nue, Scranton, I'a.
Word was received here yesterday
that George W. Dunn, of Blnghamton
who resided here at one time, was at
the point of death. His sister, Mr,s. M,
G. Melvln, has gone to his bedside,
Mr. Dunn , was a olgarmaker, and
worked here a few years ago.
Dr. Kearney of Scranton; M. J. Ketar
ney, of Wllkes-Barre; Thomas Grogan
of Mooslc; John F. Grogan, J. J. Col
Una and Josoph Caollcan, of Scranton
all former residents of this borough
spent Christmas with relatives here.
Miss Maggie Cosgrove, of Mansfield
Normal school, Is spending her holiday
vacation at her home here.
Charles Law, of Kingston academy, Is
spending hi vacation with his parents
Appropriate services were held In all
the churches here on Tuesday. Musses
were celebrated in St. Thomas' church
at 6, 8.30 and 10.30 o'clock by Rev. T. J
Comerford. At the Lutheran church
there wore services at 10.30 o'clock by
the pastor, Rev. Mr. Schwaburger, who
delivered a sermon explaining the
significance of the day. In ithe evening
there was a cantata entitled "The Shep'
herds at Bethlehem," given by young
members of the congregation, which
was well presented. Afterwards preS'
ents were given ito the children from
Chrtetmaa tree. In the Presbyterian
church services were held on Christmas
evening. Addresses were delivered by
Thomas Law amd Rev. Mr, Shaw.. The
pastor also epoke. After the services
the children were entertained and de'
lighted with ChriBtmas tokens. '
The fair of St. Thomas' congregation
was crowded Christmas .fternoo and
, evening in J there was a large attend'
Khcumatisin Cured in a Day.
"Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 days,
Its action upon the system Is remarkable
and mysterious. It removes at once tho
cause and the diseaso Immediately disap
pears. The first dose greatly benefits, 7;
cents. Sold by Matthews Bros., Drug
A. L. Slgwood, of Glenburn, who has
been vlHltlnghere, has returned home,
Mrs. Christopher McCormick and chil
dren spent Christmas with friends In
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas of Franklin
spent ChiiHtmas with Mr. nd Mrs,
Walter Smith and Mrs. Tuttle, on Will-
Contractor Howe is In Wllkes-Barre.
Charles Roed, clerk at Hotel Mitchell
Is In Rochester.
The revival services at the Baptls
ohurch are to be continued this week.
Miss Fowler remembered each of her
music pupils with handsome gifts 011
Mr. and Mrs. Langley and Mrs. Hmtoh
spent Christmas in BinglKunton with
Hon. S. B. Chase wes In Easton 011
Monday. His grandson. Master D11
Bols Chase, returned with him to spend
Nellie Reckhow is in New York.
Professor Charles E. Moxley and wife
spent Christmas In Jackson.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Roe, of Liberty, are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Miles Guernsey.
Skating Is now being enjoyed by the
boys and girls In this place, it being th
first of the season.
A brilliant wedding occurred last
night at the residence of R. H. Hay
ward, at which time his, youngest
daughter, Miss Helen, was married to
Allan Ward, of New Mllford. The cere
mony was performed by Rev. McHenry,
of the Episcopal church, Great Bend.
Among those from out of town were Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Dudleyi of Albert Lee,
Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hayward,
The novelty works have stopped work
for a time.
Misses Lizzie Frace and Imogens
Ackerly and Ned Nichols, of Wyoming
seminary, are spending their vocation
at their homes.
Rev. J. N. Bailey filled the pulpit of
the Methodist church here on Sunday
evening last for Rev. F. H. Parsons,
who is conducting a very interesting
series of meetings at Waverly.
Jlectrlc Star lodge will confer the
second degree on two candidates on
Saturday evening next. They have also
completed their sheds for the use of
Its distant members. ,
Major A. I. Akerley has purchased
two large lots on Main street and will
erect a home In the very near future.
The Baptl&t church and the Method- r
1st chapel were well filled on Christmas I
eve, a.nd the exerclsos were very enter f
The Literary society's entertainment
was a very pleasing one, but not as
well pavronls-ed as It -should have been.
Mrs. Alice Beatty, of Newark, N. J.,
arrived at the home of her parents on
Monday noon last and will spend the
The public schools will have a two
The sudden demise of Katie Hughes,
here, on Saturday night last, caused
great surprise, as she had been about
her usual avocations, and even on Sun
day was seen upon the streets.
Professor Burdlck, of Scranton, spent
Cliriftmoa among friends here.
Rev. A. E. Douglass was pleased to
entertain his brothers, of Hamilton, N.
Y., during Christmas week.
Mrs. John Hancox and her daughter-
in-law, Mrs. David Hancox, and family,
of Franklin county, N. Y., are visiting
at the home of Merit Mead.
Mis. William Beemer, of Honesdale,
a former resident of this vicinity, was a
visitor among acquaintances here,
after an absence of several years.
Mrs. Ida White and Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis, of Benton, were visitors at Or
lando Chapman's this week.
Mr. Scanlon, of Scranton, guardian
for Miss Katie Hughes, was here on
Monday last, arranging for, the Inter
ment of his charge, which occurred yes
J. M. Courtrlght.of Washington, -J).
C, and Arch Courtrlght. of Cayuga,
will spend vacuum among relatives
Mrs. L. Datesman and Mr. and Mrs.
Walker, and Misses Nettie, Edith and
Carrie Datcsman, and Arthur Dates-
man, children of the former, spent
Christmas with John Dymond, at Lock-
at the opera house on Tuesday night
and was greeted with an overflowing
Will Kennedy, of Oneonta, N. Y.t la
the guest of his parents, on the West
Mlsa Mary Jane Heftron, of Scranton,
is spending the holidays wllh her par
ents on Dunmore street.
The young people are enjoying the ex
hitenating sport of skating on the Dela
ware iand Hudson pond.
Three masses were celebrated at St.
Patrick's church on Christmas morn
lng; at 6, 8 and 10 o'clock respectively.
At the G o'clock mass Rossi's celebrated
mass in D was sung by the Juvenile
choir under fho leadership of Sister M.
Sholastlca. The singing was sublime
and touching, and It reflects much
credit on the choir, who had only a few
weeks to .practice, and shows 'the ef
ficient and untiling work of the good
sister. At the 10 o'clock Van Brees'
mass was sung by the large choir under
the leadership of Professor Watklns.
Born To Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sweeny,
on Monday, a daughter.
Frank Northup spent Christmas at
his home In Glenburn.
A Life for Life" was the attraction
Having Buffered from Dyi
uoniia for three veurs. I di
elded to trv BtiHUocK Blood
Bittrrb, and after using one
bottle I found myself bo much
better that I was encouraged
to use another; after taking
this I find nlysolf so fullv re
atorod tbnt I do not need any
more medicine, fueling truly
graioiui 10 b. B. B.
Taborg, Oneida Co.,
Mr. J). Sterling mteel
Nerves and Blood
Strengthened and Purified
by Hood's Sarsaparilla
Scrofula Humor and Dlstreso In
tho Stomach Cured.
The following testimonial comes from Mr. D.
Sterling Mltzel of Wiuterstown, Pa., who con
ducts a printing office and collecting agency and
Is the youngest Justice of the peace In the state:
"C. I. Hood St Co., Lowell, Mass.:
" Hood's Sarsaparilla Is a wonderful health-
restorer, nerve strengthener and blood purifier.
For the last four or five years I have been
troubled with humor and scrofula In the blood,
breaking out all o' er my body, which caused
Itching and kept me from rest at night, 1 was
also, ut the samo time, troubled wllu a
which was anything but pleasant, I could not
even take a swallow of water but what I suf
fered from distress and acidity. I did not enjoy
a good meal until after I commenced to 1118
Uoou's Sursapurllla, 1 could see the good ef-
fects after the first few doses. I continued to
use the medicine until now I have taken fivo
bottles and feel entirely cured." I). Sterliko
Mitzel, Justice o reaco, Winterstown, fa,
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and
efficiently, on the liver and bowels. 23c.
HORSE - SHOEING
The Acknowledged Expert in
Horseshoeing and Dentistry,
is Now Permanently Located
on West Lackawanna Ave
Near the Bridge.
Moosio Powder Go
Rooms 1 and 2 Commovealth Bld'g,
MINING and BLASTING
MADE AT MOOSIC AND RUSH
Lafflln & Rand Powder Co.'i
Orange Gun Powder
Electric Batteries, Fuses for explod
ing biuata, Safety Fuse und
fiopauno Chemical Co.'s High Explosive:
lakes Cheap Selling f
READERS OF LOW PRICES. ' -3
400402 Lackawanna Avenue.
A LARGE STOCK OF
I it HIS 1 1 1
I AT SPECIAL PRICES.
g - UD DIM I g
lit EMI 3
soi n us is.
WHITE AND GOLD.
Hanging Four Shelf Book Rack, $3.50.
Big Value, $3.5V
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 AN D 408 LACKA. AVE.
Mlsa Hattle Pratt, of Wesley colleRe,
Mnss., Is spending the hullduys at the
home of lier parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Willie McManus, of WnKhsimton, la
spending holiday week at his home In
Several New Mllford people attended
the Masonic festivities at Jackson,
Christmas night. After the Installa
tion of officers by Dr. D. C. Alney, of
this place, a pleasant hop followed.
The supper was served by the Roberts
Bros. In elegant style.
Frank Dale, of IMnghamton, Is home
for holiday week.
The revival meeting at the Methodist
Episcopal church will close Thursday
evening. The attendance Is large and
the exerelHes very Interesting.
Andrew Smith, of Montrose, was In
town thla week.
Mrs. C. W. Lilly died at her home In
this place lost evening, after many
months of suffering. In the death of
Mrs. Lilly, New Mllford loses one of the
most Chrlstlan-like and chaiitably dls
posed persons It has ever known. Many
a poor family will long remember her
far kind acts and drop genuine tears
of sorrow over her sad demise. Her
deeds of kindness will live long after
Mothers 1 Mothers ! ! Motr.org ! ! !
Mrs, Winslow'i Soothing Syrup hat
been uped for over fifty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children while
teething, with portect buccbs. It soothes
the child, softens the gums,' allays nil
pain; cures wind colic, and la the beat
remedy for diarrhea. Bold by druggists
in every part of the world, Be suro and
ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup,"
and take no other kind. Twuaty-llvo cvnt.i
IND WHO BUYS CHERPER THftH "THE BEUt"
THE IiliLL only and alone had the grit and courage to buy three entire B
stocks, as follows ; 2
The Wcareell Suit Co 10 West Third Street, New York
Krodek Freudenthal & Co., Waverly Plack, New York E
s Hyde Park Clothing Store, 111 South Main Avenue, Scranton
The stocks of the last two mentioned consisted of the very best and S
choicest grade of Clothing, and having bought them for less than half E
their actual value, we arc now oflcring them to the public on the same basis E
g One Lot Boys' Kilt Cape
One Lot of Boys' Double
jjj Overcoats, regular price 2 25 iO Breasted Sulto, worth $1.75
g Boys' Double Breasted Union Cassiruere .and Cheviot Suits;
g also Boys' warm and Durable Cape Overcoats, regular
S price, (2.00 and $3.00. ...
S Boys' Fine All Wool Cheviot and Cassimere Reefer Suits; also
S Boys' Melton and Kersey Ulsters, value $5.00, , .
g Men's Single and Double Breasted Cassimere and Cheviot
S Suits; also Men's Black and Blue Overcoats, value $8 and $10
g Men's All Wool Cheviot and Cassimere Sack or Cutaway Suits;
S also Black and Blue Kersey Overcoats, value $12.00,
g Men's Extra Fine Black and Blue Clay Worsted Cutaway or
S Sack Suits; also Fine Blue and Black Kersey and Melton
S Poole Overcoats, value $20.00, ....
S Sign of the Bell. 230 LACKAWANNA AVENUE. :
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURINGCO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA., Manufacturers of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines; toilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
, General Office: SCRANTON, PA.
Disposes of leavings of their
Grand Holiday stock
AT A REDUCTION OF.
FROM 20 TO 50 PER CENT
" There's Good Things Left."
"Come Get 'em."
tEconomy's Annual Odd and Etl Site Nr.