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TUB SCRANTON TOIBUNE--TUESDAY OKNINO, -KOVEMBER &Q 1895.
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A mfeulonal Nurso Afflicted with
Hrtghf s,Dlee of (the Kidney '
; Find a Cure.
fProm the Buffalo News.) ' '
Mrs. A. EL Taylor has resided In Buf
falo for over forty years, her address Is
260 Herkirfier avenue: aa a professional
nurse she has nursed back to health
many a sufferer, Disease In all its
varied forms have become as familiar
to her as, to the regular practitioner.
Her occupation Is one that taxes the
Strongest constitution, but the fatigue
of loos Watching; and nursing; at last
brought her to a bed or sickness. Mrs.
Taylor speaks of her complaint and
I 11 . t A r
i; u 1 c reus WWIVHBi nkT?f 1 II ?s VUU1
fined to my bed for some time my Ms
ease assumed such a serious aspect
that a doctor was called in. He pro
nounood my ailment Brlpht's disease of
the kidneys in the third derree and a
very bad case. ' My limbs swelled up so
that I could not walk across the floor,
or, indeed, help myself In any way. My
face bloated up. and my eyes swelled so
that the sight was badly Impaired.
This ' condltton continued for nearly
two i months without any marked
improvement from the doctor's treat
ment. I liave taken quarts of buchu
and Juniper. I tried battery treatment,
but all without any Hasting benefit until
I felt like: finally Klvinr up in despair.
Hearing f Doun's Kidney Pills I nave
them a trial, ana utter talcing three
boxes I was able to get up without as
slstance and walk, something: I had not
done In months. I continued to steadi
ly Improve with their use. The swell
ing In my leg left, the color returned to
my face, changing from a chalky color
to a nealtny bloom, l now consider my
self entirely cured and I shall never
rest praising the little pill that saved
"Doan's Kidney Pills are certainly a
surprising discovery for kidney ail
ment. I .shall be,glud to tell anyone of
the wonderful cure they perfumed for
i For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Mailed by Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo,
N. Y., sole agents for the U. S.
KT REBUILP THE POCKETS.
Wfirk Will Jlo Commence at Once on the
v " t 1.' II. Structures.
The Delaware and Hudson coal pock
ets whlh were' burned Sunday night
Will ibe- rebuilt tit once. Arrangements
are being made .for the lumber and a
lartfe force of men will be put at work
as soon as It arrives.
The work of -clearing up commenced
early-yesterday morning under the di
rection of. John O. Miles and the fore
man of the pockets, Abner Alney. There
are hearty 100 men employed carrying
away the debris and the scene Is Indeed
a busy one. The large amount of coal
which, was in, the pockets at the time
of pie' conflagration and which waa Ig
nited, .makes the task a very dttilcult
one. A large amount of water Is at
present being poured into the burning
coal, but It will be some time before It isi
entirely put out. .
. .The loss, as now given, will amount to
$35,0(10, which Is covered to a small ex
tent by Insurance. How It was Ignited
Is not yet known, but It Is thought that
parjts from a locomotive reached some
Unprotected' spot. 'The appearance of
the yardi Is greatly changed by the
burning of the 'pockets,' for they have
been there many years.
The loss of thebulldtng will greatly
inconvenience the company In tne
transportation 'of "coal. Tne pockets
were used to transfer the coal from the
gravliy''cars'-to'the'gondolas for the
uiTalo.rnute..als0 .buckwheat coal from
the gondolas to the gravity cars for
Honesdnle: When the business Is good,
between 2.000 and 3.000 tons of coal pass
througli'lhe pockets'," 80' some little idea
of WhaX.tbS Joss rn.ea.na to the company
can be realized, as they are left with
but the small locomotive Dockets to
transfer all this coal. The business at
present Is at its height, and ."O the loss
wllVbe greater -than ff it had Occurred
at tome other' time.
All-the coal 'possible -will be loaded
(Tom the locomotive pockets between
the two roundhouses.'. .The large cars
wl1Ua4s be run directly to the collier
ies, 'where thlB can be done. As several
of the' collieries In the valley have only
narrow gunge tracks leadl.-g to them
their product can only be transferred at
the locomotive pockety.
,vFlftv-four.mcn are employml at the
pockets, . but they, will not be thrown
out of .work,, as tho work artund the
scene of the fire will be greater than
CrBBRIED AT ST. ROSE.
Jho Remains of William W. W orker Laid
Yesterday moVnlnff"at 9.30 o'clock oc
curred the funeral of the late William
W: 'Walker, who died on Friday night.
tThe remrtins were taken from the lute
home on South. Terrace street to -St.
.Rose church, whore a Requiem nrgh
mass was celebrated. Rev. T. F. Coffey
was celebrant and Rev. M. F. O'Rourke,
of TMttston, sub-deacon. .
( The palf-beaTers were nophewp of the
deceased, namely: John F. Walter, jr.,
Jtvmvs -Walker, P.- J. Powderly, P. H.
Powderly, J. B. Ollhool. C. P. Powderly,
John; Walker. sr.yoi' this city, and John
J. ValEer, of Maylleld. ,
The relrttlves from out of town were:
HQh. T. V. Powderl.T and wife. Mr. and
WrsThomcB. FJatuiftUy, Jol.-n Powderly,
Mrs. Devers, Mrs. John Mctlran, Mrs.
William XIurphycJos'ph Murphy,' John
J. .Mullen, of Scran ton; Mr. and Mrs.
TV KCTryi'Mrchuer Olyhn. of Olyphant;
.Wllllanj, Walker, .Maylleld; John Man
hldn.'L. b'nburke,' Waymart; Mr. and
Mrs. ' Patrick HeJJJy, -of. Sustruehanna.
The William H. Da vies, Orand Army
of- Republic post; M7; of th1B city, of
whjch the .deceased was a member, at
tended the funeral In a body. Inter
ment was made In St. Rone cemetery.
ACCIDENT AT "LAST CHANCE."
1 'Boy Badly Squcczod by Carm in the
t . 'Alino.
The Last Chance mines were once
mortfthe scene of an accident, the un
fortunate person this time Oeing Joseph
Mellskle, A boy aboutSixteen years of
age, who Is employed as a miner.
The tfby was cornlrurout and a trip
of cars were .coming in, the opposite di
rection." To let them pass he stepped
to one side, but tho piiace was so nar
row that he was caught between the car
and a pillar. He was taken to the sur
face, where he was I conveyed to the
tEKMt SlrleHy CASH Durinf This (tl.
Carpets, Oil cloths, lino.
Uumi, . Draperies, Window
Shades, and Wall Paper,
t ' : v 4(9 UckAWAnRl aVERUE.
GREAT ALTERATION SALE.
' We nave decided oa Sweeping Bedae.
' . . tioa rather thus cover up our goods dor
. lag oar ostenslvs improvements, end
bare marked dSirtt everything la the
, store at east sad lest Bee our Wlndo-v
t DUUr, which will substantiate whas w
,;';-' wjiv.": -'.. if-
arsis Cerstts Irem lie le toe.. Wert ttc U 75
iMMU Cartels, 4ft. to Ms., Wet SO. U Me,
UstPsym, rtr Nt,""-; "
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hospital. Pr. F. E. Jenkins, who la at
tending the young man, found no bones
broken upon examination, but he was
badly bruised. He Is at present very
The Oilhoolys to Be Here. -
Cm Wednesday evening those who
love, a good laugh should not fall to
be present at the Opera house and see
the Gorman brothers In the farce com
edy, -"The Gllhoolys Abroad." They
have been seen In this city once be
fore, and the success they met should
assure them a full house. Many of
the specialties are new and very amus
ing, and will be seen here for the
first time on Wednesday.
James Cordon was arrested Sunday
night on a charge of breaking Into the
house of Mrs. Sarah Arnold. The
young man was under the Influence of
liquor at the time .and said he did not
know what he was doing. Alderman
Jones gave him a hearing yesterday.
Hand Badly Hurt.
Yesterday morning at the Hendrlck
Manufacturing com:anies' shops, An
thony O'Hara. of the West Side, met
with an accident by which three fing
ers on h!s left hand were badly cut.
He went to the office of Dr. Fitzslm
mons, where he had them dressed.
A Mission at St. Rose.
On Dec. 8 a mission which will be
conducted at St. Rose church by five
Paulist fathers from New York city,
will o;ien and be continued for about
a month. Th's li the first mission to
be held In thla city for ninny years.
PERSONAL AND OTHER ITEMS.
Miss Matilda Heller, of Honesdalo,
spent Sunday with her parents on South
Miss Minnie Bowen, of South Terrace
street, wna the guest of the Misses Jen
nie and Nettie Uussel, of Fell township,
D. P. McCoy, of Dundnff street. Is vis
iting at Hancock for a few days.
Thomas Oliver Is confined to his home
on Wyoming street by Illness.
Mrs. E. L. Smith, of Darte avenue, left
Saturday for a visit with relatives in
Reading and vicinity.
Miss Mary Wells, of Scranton, who
has been tho pueEt of Miss Delia Wil
liams, of Williams avenue, for some
time past, returned to her home yester
Mrs. Lincoln Oakley, of Lincoln ave
nue, Is seriously 111 nt her home.
The-Misses Mary C; Duffy, KliJinbeth
Leonard and tleorge McDonald, of
Scranton; and Miss Kittle Current, of
Towanda, were the guests of Miss Annie
Barrett, of Seventh avenue, Sunday.
James lioyd left yesterday for Scran
ton to be treated for his eyes.
Mrs. John Addley and dauchter Bes
sie are sick with diphtheria. The family
are particularly aflllcted, another hav
ing been confined to the house for Borne
time with the same disease.
Messrs. C. V. O'Connor. John Mullady,
James Doyle. Joseph lioylan, Peter
Lynch and Joseph lilis spent Sunday
evening In Peckville.
Harry Reining spent Sunday at Cherry
Ridge with his parents. He returned
Monday morning, accompanied by his
wife and children, who have been spend
ing the past ten days In that vicinity.
George Looks, a Hungarian miner,
employed at the Northwest colliery, fell
while at his work this morning n nr.
fractured his collar bone. Dr. Jenkins
was called and reduced the fracture.
Miss Daisy lleadley, who for the past
month has been viditing her brother.
Hurt Headley, of Jersey City, returned
Anson Manaton, of Haines, Wayne
county. Is attending Wood's I'.ubIhuhs
College In ti.la city.
Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Olver, of this
city, spent Hunilny with the latter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Moon, of
Aldenville, Ptx. ,
Mrs. Benjamin Itlcharils.of Plymouth,
returned home yesterday after spending
a few duys at the home of Morgan
Thomas, on South Church street.
E. W. Iirynnt, of Scranton, was In
town yesterday in the interests of hip
fumlly remedies. He In quite successful
in building up his business.
Miss Mattie Brink and Arch Brink, of
this city, are spending a few -clays wit h
the famuy of Duvld W. Kvann, In Ore
gon, near Pittston.
Mlldre he little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. K. M., Olver, of Darte avenue. Is
recovering from a severe attack of la
Geoiye Honey has resigned his posi
tion as stenographer with Faats Bros.,
of Blnghamtn, N. Y., and accepted o
similar one at the Ontario and Western
ollicc at Muyfield yard.
Stanley L. Reynolds spent Saturday
and Sunday as the guest of his broth
er, Forrest, at Wilkes-Bnrre.
Among the sick in town are H. W.
Tourje, Mrs. A. B. Roupht and Mrs.
Mlsn Sudle Klinefelter spent part of
last wedr with friends In Scranton.
MIsis ittabel Reynolds gO"8 to Lathrop
today ar.d will bo bridesmaid at the
wedding of Miss Rose Johnron and
William M. West, which will occur
Wednesday evening nt the home of thr
bride's parents -Mr. and Mrs. Willlaii:
Johnson, In Lathrop.
Mr, and Mr. Wulter Henwood ex
pect soon to rtesert their summer resi
dence rn Mu:)e street, and return U
Scranton fur the winter.
John' Lewis came rear loosing hlr
farm house at I linker Hill last Friday
by the cureless; dumping of ashes by
the occunahts. Fire In the ashes com
municated to the barrel in which they
were dumped, thence to the house,
which would soon been beyend
control except for Its timely discov
ery by a neighbor, who rushed to t
school house, a few- rods away, and
sent tne school children, to arouse-
other neighbors. Friends promptly ar
rived and Immediately tore down and
moved awny thpt part of the Iiousf
that was burning, thus preventing r
serious loss to Mr. Lewis and his ten
ants. The rart burned was used for
the r orage o wood, coal, etc.
streets have overcome the drought so
rar as household necessities are con
cerned by making connections with the
mams or the Nokomls Water comoanv.
which have recently been extended to
Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Tinglev. of Her-
rlck Center, visited Mrs. Tlngley's
Drotner, w. U. f ollet. on Main street
last week. '
Saturday evening Mrs. Sarah nine
Circle, No. J04, Ladles of the Grand
Army of tho Republic, was Inspected
by Mrs. Amelia Ney, of Hancock Circle.
No. 9, of Wllkes-Barre. Officers were
nominated for the ensuing year, elec
tion to take nlace at next meeting.
Owing to the Inclemency of the weath
er, many, of the members were kept
away. After the meeting those pres
ent, among whom were several of the
honorary members, eaent a uncial hnn.-
and the refreshments which had beer
prepared by the ladles, were served,
and the t'me soon arrived to say good
night. Mlsr Anna Wetherlll was In
stalled as secretary to fill the vtpunpr
caused by the resignation of MIsp
aiaDei j. Keynolds. Mrs. Ney returned
to Wllkes-Barre Mondav morning.
While here she was entertained at the
homes of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. RpvnoM,
and Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Capwell.
L.. u. . Kemmer and familv mnin.
plate moving to Scranton. Mr. Kem
mer'a emnlovment. which la with h
Delaware, Lackawanna and Westerr
Railroad company at Scranton, Is sucl
irm ne cannot give close attention tc
his duties while residing here. A few
years ago Mr. Kemmer came here fmn-'-
Scrantin and purchased a borne or
Academy street, and brought his fam
ily here where they have since resided
Mr. ) ana Mrs. . Kemmer have mui
friends In Factoryvlile, who will be
very sorry to part with them.
The -Pittston office .of the Scranton
Tribune is located at No. S Will!am street,
where all advertisements, orders for Job
work and items for publication will re
ceive pronrpt attention Ofltce open from
a. m. to lw p. m. J -, .
Rev. P. F. Qulnnan, first assistant
pastor of St. John's church, yesterday
presented Treasurer W. L. Watson, of
the hospital, a sum of $59.36 realised by
a collection taken up among the Sunday
si hool children on Nov. 17 and 24.
The members of the Leek Cornet
band have completed all arrangements
for their fair which opens in Kugle hall
this evening and will continue to Nov.
29 inclusive. ...
David Williams died at his home, on
Salem street. West Side, yesterday
afternoon a long illness of miner's asth
ma. He Is survived by his wife and five
sons and one daughter, all of whom re
side here. jt . . ,
Miss Minerva Dorr appeared In
"Niobe" last evening In Music Hall to
a large audience, who were delighted
with her sweet soprano' voice. Miss
Dorr sang several beautiful solos dur
ing the play, which Is a strong one
throughout. "The White Squadron"
will be the attractloni.thls evnlng. ,
The members of Company C held a
meeting last evening to complete" ar
rangements for their ball, which is to be
held on Thanksgiving night. It prom
ises to be the largest one this season,
Plmtnn Business Plrcctorv.
FOR FIUST-CLASS PLUMBINO CALL
on Wright & Co., 97 South Main street.
A new range for sale or exchange; also
second-hand household goods, bought or
The relatives of Miss Lucia M. Fas
sett, an estimable Scottsvllle lady, will
mirke her a birthday party today. She
Is upward of SO years of nge, and lives
on the old Fnssett homestead entirely
alone. Guests to the' number of about
thirty have been Invited, and among
those from a distance who arc expected
to be present are: Mrs. J. Jones,
of Union, N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. C.
J. Lewis, of Binghamton. Tunkhan
nock will be represented by Mrs. Mary
Fnssett and son, John, Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Streeter, Dr. and Mrs. D. H.
Dornslfe and daughter, Fannie, Mr.
and Mrs. K. S. Dana, and Mr. and Mrs.
A. K. Avery, of Lynn, was In town
G. Evans Avery starts tomorrow for a
week's visit with his sister. Miss Mary,
who Is a teacher In the city schools
at Syracuse, N. Y. He will also take
In lilngliumton on the way.
Frank Chuffee left Saturday night
for Atlanta, where he has obtained a
very desirable position as pianist for a
musical firm during the exposition.
Miss Mary Little spent the latter
part of the week among Wllkes-Barre
The present Indications are that quite
a number of the witnesses In the Judi
cial conteHt will lose their pay through
failure to tile tneir claims r-.j time for
consideiatlon at the next session of the
judicial court. The only notification
sent out 'Is through the newspapers,
and ns In some of the back districts
they have no use for such things the
chances of their knowing anything
about the matter are slim. However,
what they lose the district will gain,
and It Is not the first Instance In which
a mn has lost more than tne subscrlp
tipn price of a weekly paper by not
taking It. '
Frank F. Donley, of the Wyaluslng
Rocket, was In town over Sunday.
Mrs. Chnrles Doubter and two daugh
ters, of Stull, were visitors here the
hitter part of the week.
Sheriff Knapp, accompanied by Ben
jamin Urown, of Kast Lemon, will con
vey Benson Harber, convicted of lar
ceny, to the Huntingdon reformatory
Miss Allle Donley, a teacher In the
Wllkes-Barre city schools, spent Sun
day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A marriage license was granted yes
terday to George Talada, of Mehoop
nny, and Bertha Detrick, of Mechop
pen. The Right Reverend N. S. Rullson, D.
D., bishop of centrnl Pennsylvania, will
visit St. Peter's Kpiscopnl church on
Tuesday, Dec. 10. Services at 7.30 p. m.
Temple commandery. No. 172, Royal
Arch Musons, are making preparations
to celebrate the centonnlal anniversary
of Chapter Masonry on the evening of
Dec. 9. Appropriate exercises will be
held, followed by a banquet.
John Carey has been engaged as
night watrh at the Bpool works.
A.i N. Me is hobbling about on
crutches, the result of a full.
The Meshonpen fire department were
called out n day or two since for the
first time, and are proud of the fact
that they wer really Instrumental In
orevcntini? a ' serious conflagration.
Tliey hove a rlirht to be proud, and
our sister borout'h, since It has some
thing like adequate protection from
fire. Is wondering why It was so foolish
as to remain so long without It.
On Sunday the beauty of St. Peter'e
church was enhanced by some beauti
ful boiiouets of chrysanthemums, gen
erously donated by F. P. Avery.'
William KtiHiff. of Carverton, was a
visitor here Sunday- j
The Junior Order United. American
Mechanics of this place attended ser
vices In a body at the Methodist Epis
copal church on Sunday evening, when
Rev. F. A. Klnrr. the paBtor, preached
an eloquent patriotic sermon.
The Taylor Social club will hold c
rrand ball on Thanksgiving evening
ut Webber's rink.
Miss Anna McOuIro, of Hyde Park,
!s visiting at the home of P. Mulherlr.
in Main street.
J. B. Daniels, the prominent mer
chant of this place, who has been. HI
with pneumonia, and whoso life war
n despnlr on Saturday night. Is rtow
on a fair way to recovery.
The fair of the Price Library asso
ciation came to a close on Saturday
after four nights' of decided success.
It was advertised to take place only
on three nights, but the crowds that
flocked to the rink made It necessary
to continue on Saturday night. As a
result a large crowd was present. The
chances on the different articles and
the contest for the set of dishes were
Came on my leg after typhoid fever, and
pieces of the bone cams oat. Rheumatism
joined the crofola to pat ns In misery.
Hood's BarMptrilU proved Just the medi
cine; relieved me of pain, give me a
tood appetite tad I laid aside my crateh
and cane. Having taken 10 bottles
my limb is entirely healed and now I am
lerfeetly-wall," OnoaoB W. CapMwatx.
Mt. Pleasant, Maryland, fl : & for 6.
Hood'i Pilb VKSTg
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
I 1 I
decided on that night. The following
leraons won articles on chance: Miss
Gwennle Lewis, parlor stove; John R.
Francis. Jr., chair: Harry Doud, pic
ture; Robert Whlteford, center table;
Mrs. Hodges, eight-day clock; O. M.
Williams, carving set; T. J. Thomas,
blankets Harry Howells. shoes; Sam
uel Gordon, barber ticket; John Yea
ger, overcoat: Professor James Foley,
lemonade set: Mrs. William Masters,
lamp; John Padden. of Mlnooka, won
the door prize, a barrel of flour.
Thanksgiving services will be held
In the Methodist Episcopal church on
Thursday morning at 10,39 o'clock. Rev.
Mr. Jones, of the Presbyterian church,
will preach the sermon and Rev. H. H.
Harris, of the Calvary Baptist church,
will take a ?art In the services.
Churches and. Sunday Schools.
Can feel perfectly confident ' of re
ceiving good attention and treatment,
If printing of any kind is desired. We
do not promise to work for nothing, but
our prices are consistent with the ob
ject for which the printing Is to be
used. If you cannot spare time to
call at the office during business hours,
drop a postal card to our office, and
we 'will send our representative to
your place of business. The Tribune
Job Department Is oh the alert for
business afid it is getting it.
Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Stark, from
Waverly.have been spending a few days
with Mrs. Stnrk's parents.
Kdward Foote has accepted a position
with Mr. Guy as clerk at the hotel.
The G. A. R. hall was the scene of a
brilliant gathering last Friday evening.
The post was inspected by Commander
Adams, of Auburn. After a sumptu
ous repast, consisting ot roast turkey,
chlcken-ple and other delicacies of the
season, the crowd adjourned from the
dining room to the large post room,
where the "feast of reason and a flow
of soul" was kept up until a late hour.
The glee club and Montrose orchestra
rendered some fine selections. Mrs.
Stuart, sister of Mrs. H. C. Jessup, a
typical Southern lady, added greatly to
the entertainment by a few remarks
filled with a loyalty, a charity towards
all. It was a scene to be remembered
when Bhe arose to her feet In response
to a call from Commander Lott, who in
troduced her, and in a sweet, musical
voice gave her views of the situation.
Belief in Six Honrs.
Distressing Kidney and Bladder dis
eases relieved in bIx hoiiro by the "New
Great South American Kidney Cure."
This new remedy Is a great surprise on
account of its exceeding promptness in
relieving pain In the bladder, kidneys,
back and every part of the urinary pas
sages In. male or female. It relieves re
tention 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, 125
Penn avenue, Scranton, Pa.
Miss Annie . idowfleld has returned
'lome after an extended visit at Roches
ter and Buffalo.
Miss Katie McNIcols, of Scranton,
pent Sunday with Miss Minnie Hoban,
if Dunmore street.
Mrs. O'Connor, of Lackawanna street,
s seriously 111.
Maggie, wife of William 'Brennan,
died at her home on Dunmore street
Sunday morning after a lingering ill
ness of several months. Deceased was
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick
Hefferon, of this place. Resides her
husband, she Is survived by her parents,
WEAR fl TRUSS
nil of your life. There' no neeea
ally. If you are ruptured commit
Dr. O'Malley, or Wilkes-Barro,
the celebrated Rupture Specialist,
at ouco. He gives a written guar .
an tee to
in from four to eight weekly treat
ments, no aniie. uo operation, no
detention from business, no truss i
to wear afterward. Particulars by j
mail if vou ask them, or hv call
OR. fl, P. 0'ILLEY
80 S. WASHINGTON ST., WILKES-BAR RE, PA.
20 yeiri' continuous practice in Wllkti-Barre,
CURED AS IF BY MAQIC.
v n nme) ei umn juaaweoei sooaia ScBU at
once tor a oooa
that explains how
full manly vigor
Is easily, qnlekly
restored. Mo man
weakneas can af
ford to Igaoro this
Tlnnlr tal I hn-.
S..ll . i- j '
MUU IMUB MW '111 U'U LU 9T9TJ
portion of the body. Bent with pealtlvo
proof a (sealed ) free to an7 man on application.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO.N.Y.
Greatest Sale ot the
The overproduction of our Mills, and the accumulation of Odds and
Ends, daring the busy days, compelled us, to mark down Prices in
Underwear at lower points than ever. We are known throughout the
county that we ate only the one house that keeps exclusively a full line ,
of Underwear, and we cut the prices for the mouth of November In half,
A Shirt that vrt Sold for $1, wo only ask you SO Cents.
Men's Underwear Natural Gray Camel's Hair or Scarlet,
Your Choloo 35 Cents, Former Price 7Kc.
ISO do. Natural Grey, in all vrool, , .
- Any Slxe for 49 cents, Former Price $1.00.
100 dot. of Heavy Jersey Overshlrts, ,
Never sold any less than 60 cents; sale price 39c
400 dot. of Child Grey and White,' good valueno shop word goods, but strictly
fresh stock, dally productions of the mlB, ' ' ,
. , . . . , At 13 cents;' former price 25 cents.
G?,EAT F.EDOTCIl W CC"ESTICS, ELAF.XETS AND SHAWLS.
o We offer you, aa all wool sbawl, elegit colors at $3.99. You can't .
' toplicsle tho ssjm shawl for I&00.
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three brothers and three sisters. The
funeral will take place at 10 o'clock this
morning. A Requiem high mass will be
celebrated in St. Patrick's church. In
terment will be made in St. Patrick's
Mrs. James J. Lynch and son Bart
spent Sunday with relatives at May
field.. A number from here will attend the
Y. M. I. social at Scranton to-morrow
Messrs. Harry Freas, John Butter
man and Edward Merrlman, of Dun
more, were visitors in town Sunday.
"Ilow to Cure All Skla Diseases. "
Simply apply "Swayno's Ointment."
No Internal medicine required. Cures
tetter, ecsema. Itch, all eruptions on the
face, hands, nose, etc., leaving the skin
clear, white and healthy. Its great
healing and curative powers are pos
sessed by no other remedy. Ask your
druggist for Swayne's Ointment.
EAS KO EQUAL
CodUIds all that hsa made Hammond Wrtrk
faipnua, anil NEW, NOVEL and I 8FtJL Im
provement. "Han:inon4 Work the Criterion
of Hammond Superiority." "Hnmmond Bales
the Criterion of Hammond Pi polarity." Ham
mond No. 1 "The Perfect Typewriter. Ex
amine It and be conrineod. Fhiladolpula
branch of Tb Hammond Typewriter Co., lit
8, Sixth Btreet.
F. A. & A. J. BRANDA,
414 Spruce St., SerinlM ReprtMntativN.
326 Washington Avaim,
All kluda of roofing work dons. All kinds o'
gravel or alcvar roof nude.
Moosic Powder Go
Rooms 1 and 2 CommowcaJth Bio? J.
MINING and BLASTING
MADE AT HOOSIC AND RU3H
1 , .. , DALE! WORKS.
' Latnin it Hand Powder Cal
Orange Gun Powder
Electric Batteries, Fnsos for exploding-
blasts. Safety Fuse and
fiepannoChemical Co.'s High Explosive.
Season in Underwear
TO OUR PATRONS :
J??h?!F'Cro?0' wlsl1 assure their many pafa
rons that they will this year hold to their usual cuatonsi
of milling StRICTLY OLD WHEAT until the netverop
is fully cured. New wheat la now upon the market anS
owing to theexcessiyelv dry weathe? man mUlera Vri
of the opinion that it Is already cured, and in nrooer
condition for mil ng. Washburn-Croaby O,. wifftikS
no risks, and will allow the new wheat fully three)
months to mature before grinding.
-iTh4 etul atte"tion to v.ery, dctal1 o milling has
placed Wishburn-Crosby Co.'s flour far above) Ethav
Is a dos're nearly cvcryliody has, or ougat to nave; at feast 9t
dissolution of partnership sale has already helped many hundreds
of people in Scranton and vicinity, since It was started en Oct 14 to
It has come nearer giving them on: dollar's worth of value on every
fifty ceuts they have spent with us, than aay other sale of similar
g'tods ever inaiistttated in the Lackawanna Valley. Only a few
weeks, however, now remain for the public to avail themselves ef
this extraordinary opportunity to secure Carpet, Curtains, DrH"
perles, Rugg, Linoleums, Portlero, Mattings, Etc., at man.
facturers' prices. If you arc desirous ot saving money don't mist
this opportunity. Don't say you'll come tomorrow, things you may
have wanted might be gone; come today. The prices we are selling
Coods at now will not be duplicated again for many a day.
At our Branch Store in , Carbondalc, we carry a large line of
Furniture, and to facilitate its disposal the same reductions have
been made as upon other lines of goods.
408 and 408 Lackawanna Ave., Scranton, Pa.
Branch Store "Watt Building," Church Street, Carbondate.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA,, Manufacturers of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPiNG MACHINERY.
Qeaeral Office: SCRANTON, PA.
WE FURNISH HOMES DAILY BY
For America and American ideas but certain
things we appreciate in others and they're
Rockers on Three Floors.
TMlllflVlHlvi iCUUU more than twenty-five
styles of Chiffoniers. Too many. Trouble was, two
months ago when receipts were so slow and uncertain that
we placed .orders that we might not run short. Now every
lot is here If you do not take them we must rent storage
room. Rather cut the prices and let our public have the ad
vantage. Here goes:
; S Antique Oak Chiffoniers. $5 9" Instead of S 8 GO.
4 Antique Oak Chiffoniers, I Inateert ol l.l).
' a Curly Birch Chiffoniers, 18.50 inatead of 21U9.
First Floor, Left Blue. , .
225 AND 227 AND 218 WYOMING AVENUE
EIEKES8 ft Oil
THE AID OF OUR LIBERAL
Kockers ni our windows while they. are
American products, the designs are strictly
in keeping with the emblems of the differ
ent countries they represent England
France Denmark and Flanders Their
make is of the highest grade and the price,
$12.00, is much below their worth Our line
of Rockers numbers over three hundred dif
ferent styles, rrnging in price from 65c, to
$35. After Thanksgiving Day Christmas
selling begins; We'll store your purchases
until ordered delivered.
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