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THE SCBAXtON TIUBUNi--rniDAT MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1898.
Readers will pleads note that advertise,
menu, onVrs fur Job work, and Itemi for
Subili atlon li'ft at the establishment of
nannon Co., newsdealers, North Main
xtreet, will receive prompt attention; of
liee open from a. m. to 10 p, m.)
REPUBLICAN MASS MEETINQ.
iiraud ltnlly for Protection aud Sound
Money October Ti.
On the evening of Oct. 22 a grand Re
publican mass meeting will be held 1n
the Opera house in the interest of
Protection and Sound Money. The
speakers will Include Colonel William
A. Stone, of Pittsburg, the author of
the Stone bill to make necessary
changes In our immigration laws, and
one of the men most prominently men
tioned as likely to be the next governor
of Pennsylvania: A. J. Colborn, Jr., and
John F. Reynolds, esq., candidate for
the legislature in this district.
Arrangements have beon made to ren
der this one of the most interesting
local political gatherings of the year,
Kvery Republican Is Invited to act as
u committee of Invitation for the pur
pose of securing a largo attendance of
DEATH OF DANIEL FARRELL.
A Well Known Pioneer Citizen of
Cnrbondnle Passes Away.
A well known citizen, Daniel Farrell,
departed this life on Wednesday even
ing. He had passed sixty-four years
f his life In Carbondnle.
Mr. Farrell suffered from an attack
f paralysis three years ago aud has
been feeble ever since, though In no
way helpless until six weeks ago, when
lie was prostrated by a second attack,
and so lingered In great weakness un
til the end came. It was said of him:
'He was a good citizen, friend and
neighbor." He was a good man. He
,as conscientious and true In all his
dealing. His wife, live daughters and
three sons mourn their loss.
A requiem mass will be celebrated
Saturday morning in St. Rose'B
D. & H. ENTERPRISE.
Improvements on Knlem Aveuue und
The Peluwure and Hudson company
will soon compute the Improvements
ulong the line of their property. Stone
walks will be laid and a wall erected
us an extension of the rails that guard
the Sixth avAiue bridge.
The work nil Belmont street Is going
on successfully, though the unfavor
able weather has caused some delay.
The excavation for the Traction com
pany's line Is progressing rapidly and
will soon be entirely linished. The
wills for the electric car line are being
j.luecd and the entire Improvement will
be completed very soon If the weather
The Methodist (Impel at No. 4
For some time the chapel at No. 4
has been closed for heeded repairs and
improvements. This place for worship
was reopened on Sunday. The intetior
of the chapel Is entirely new. The
walls nnd ceilings being newly finished
and a new floor laid.
The pews donated by the First Pres
byterian church have been arranged,
und with new cushions are very com
fortable. T. O. Robinson furnished the plans,
and completed the work In a creditable
H. B. Jadwin conducted the services
last Sunday afternoon and gave a short
address appropriate for the occasion.
The Sunday school and prayer meet
ings are well sustained.
T. M. McTighe Injured.
T. M. McTlghe, of this city, a travel
ing salesman for a New York cigar
factory, was seriously Injured on
Wednesday at Syracuse, N. Y. His
wife was summoned, and left early
yesterdny morning for that city. It is
not yet known how serious is the acci
dent, though it was stated that his
hip was broken and collar bone frac
tured with other Injuries. His friends
anxiously wait further intell.gence.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES.
Louis Davis, foreman of the Leader
Job room, Is confined to his home by
Miss Minnie Judd, of Iitnghamton, Is
visiting friends In town.
The Manvllle family removed yester
day from Farvlew to their home In this
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Pitts, of Scranton,
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. D.
Reese on South Terrace street.
John O'Brien, of Oneonta, is visit
ing friends In town.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hill, of Guilford,
who have been visiting Mrs. Edward
Bronson, left today for Blnghamton,
Mrs. Charles Lathrope, of Garfield
avenue. Is entertaining her sister, Mrs
Kdwln H. Jones, of Wllkes-Barre.
Miss Elizabeth Early is entertain
ing Miss Teresa O'Malley, of Pittston.
Misses Bessie and Susie McMlnn are
Visiting friends in South Canaan.
Thomas Wade, of Scranton, is the
guest of his cousin, James Connaugh
ton. Dr. D. L. Bailey was in Scranton
Will Watt spent yesterday in Wllkes
Barre. Mrs. E. J. McHale, of Sixth avenue,
is entertaining Mrs. John Roche, of
The ladles of the Methodist Episcopal
church will serve a Harvest supper this
Miss Amelia Hacking and William
Bone were married last evening at the
home of the bride.
P. A. Carroll, of South Main street,
has returned from Kansas, where he
has been visiting his brother.
F. P. Kelly is visiting In Philadel
phia. Miss Mary Watt has returned from a
2, to re'aves in Wllkes-Barre.
P. W. Brown, of Scranton, spent yes
terday with friends in town. '
H,idfi!man f L Bunne J doing jury
duty this week.
Miss Susie Mulr. of Scranton, is visit
ing friends In town.
i ?,he m?mbers of ,he Carbondale Ath
letic club were treated to a roast pig
FOR FALL TRADE.
All the latest, from a 20c. tu
grain to the best Wilton.
Oil Cloths and Linoleums, all
widths and prices.
Window Shades and Curtains,
all the latest novelties.
' Fancy Hocking Chairs, uphol
stered At plush, tapestry and broc
atelle. Also a fine collection of
cobbler seats, and our price al
ways the lowest.
J. SCOTT INGLIS,
Ctrpeti, Wall hfjp and Draperies.
419 UCMWIMU WE.
upper In their rooms In the Keystone
block last evening.
Miss Ada Bourse, of Oneonta, is vis
iting friends In town.
From the home of her daughter, Mrs.
William Mahon, the funeral of Mrs.
Mary Brown took place yesterday
morning at 9 O'clock. It was very
largely attended. The remains were
conveyed to St. Patrick's church, where
a solemn high mass of requiem was
celebrated by Rev. J. M. Smoulter, af
ter which the remains were taken on
the 10 o'clock Delaware and Hudson
train to Carbondale, where Interment
was made in theCathollc cemetery. The
following were the palllearers: Messrs.
Frank Shannon, Michael Kelly, ex
Mayor John Kelly, of Carbondale;
Thomas Jordan, Scranton, and T. W.
Loftus, of this place.
Misses Katie Cannon, Alice and Jo
sephine Glllmartin, of Dunmore, were
the guests of friends at this place the
fore part of the week. .
The funeral of, Desales, the little
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Lynch,
who died on Wednesday last, occurred
yesterday afternoon. Interment was
made in the Catholie cemetery.
"Outcasts of a Great City" will be
presented at the Father Mathew opera
house next Monday evening by the well
known comedian, Daniel Kelly, sup
ported by an excellent company. .
A Verdict Tor Local MerchantsOther
In common pleas court yesterday the
jury returned with a verdict in the
case of Jennings vs. Williamson & Wal
lace. The plaintiff, Fred L. Jennings,
a wholesale produce dealer of Elmira,
brought suit for $100 against the de
fendants, Williamson & Wallace, of this
city, which sum was a difference In the
price each had put upon goods because
of a misunderstood telegram. The
verdict of the Jury found for the de
fendants and against the plaintiff.
The case of Bates against Edwards
wus placed on trlnl before Judge Wood
ward this morning.
Stivers vs. White: Rule granted on
defendant to show cause why appeal
should not be stricken off.
Johnson vs. Queen City Cycle Co.:
Rule granted to show cause why writ
of. foreign attachment should not be
Dodge vs. Down: Rule granted to
show cause why judgment should not
ie opened and defendant let Into a de
fense. Dodge vs. McKnight and Ranchee:
Dodge vs. II Indie. As above.
FEHLINObRS MAKE UP.
the Husband Relents at the Hearing
of the Case.
The Felilinger-Flsher cuse was tried
yesterday ul'ternoon before 'Squire
Thomas. Mrs. I'Vhllnger. Henry Fish
er, and his sister. Teresa, spent the
night In jail. Fisher denied that he
had run away with Mrs. Fehliliger and
pleaded not guilty to all the charges
against him. Charles Rinehlmer, a
storekeeper, told of how he sold goods
that morning to Mrs. Fehllngerand of
her husband telling him Tuesday even
ing that she had gone. Mr. Miller told
of how Mrs. Fehllnger came to the
barn where Fisher worked once or
twice a week to visit him. Fehllnger
told the story of his getting paid on
.Monday and giving his pay to his wife;
of his going out that night and having
a beer or two with Fisher and of his
going to work next morning.
Fisher when sworn said he did no
wrong. His trip to Philly was the re
sult of a pre-arranged plan of his to
enter the navy. He told of his getting
the tickets for his sister and Mrs.
Fehlinger and that the latter had
agreed to go with them because Feh
linger abused her.
During the hearing Fehllnger asked
permission to speak to his wife and
this was granted.
A settlement was reached. Fisher
Is held in bail for court and Fehllnger
went bail for his wife. Teresa Fisher
was let go on her own recognizance.
WILL BE FORMALLY OPENED.
A Reception nt the Country Club's
, New Home.
The Wyoming Country club's new
club house will be formally opened on
Saturday next. A reception will be
given from 3 p. m. until 6 p. m., for
which about 450 Invitations have been
issued to the members and their
friends. Refreshments will be .served
and Alexander's Ninth Regiment band
will furnish music. The following com
mittees will be In charge:
Reception committee Mrs. Charles
P. Hunt, Mrs. Alexander Farnham,
Mrs. Charles W. Lee. JlrsJ J. Butler
Woodward, Mrs. H. II. Harvey, Mrs.
Andrew F. Derr.
Entertainment committee Mrs. Ash
er Miner, Miss Anna U. Phelps, Miss
Harriett Lynch, Miss Grace Derr, Miss
Mae E. Turner, Miss Martha P. Ben
nett, and Miss Stella Farnham; E. N.
Carpenter. J. C. Brldgman, John S.
Harding, S. C. Chase and L. B. Jones.
Assaulted His Wife.
Thomas Glomb has been locked iin
for assaulting his wife, the charge Le
Ing preferred by Gus Slmonburg. ?a
morning Glomb was held In JfiOO ball to
keep the peace by Mayor Nichols. Dur
ing the hearing Ulomb made numerous
accusations against his wife, all of
which she denied. She says her twMve
years of married life had been a con
tinual struggle; that atshort Inttr
vals her husband became intoxicated
and treated her harshly. Their three
children, who were present at the hear
ing, are bright looking, but seem to
have lost all respect for their father:
The Wyoming Seminary Foot Ball
team will play at Scranton on' Satur
day. Gustave and Mary Thleman have
filed suits in trespass against the
Traction company for $50,000 damages.
The Centennial club will resume Its
dancing socials at Concordia hall this
evening at 8 p. m. sharp.
The series of B. I. A. entertainments
will begin Saturday night. All young
men and boys are Invited to attend.
City hall, fourth lloor. Admission free.
The river has risen steadily for the
last twenty-four hourse in consequence
of the long rain. At 3 o'clock this af
ternoon the' water was fifteen feet
above low water mark. Yesterday it
stood nine feet above at the same time.
W. S. Sliupp. a fireman on the Le
high Valley railroad and residing at IS
Madison street, lost his pay yesterday,
$42.75, between the Lehigh Valley round
house and the Lehigh Valley station.
A liberal reward will be paid to the
finder by returning the money to Mr
The quoit match tq be played at Mc
Laughlin's hotel on next Monday af
ternoon between Thomas Simons and
William Hayes, of Olyphant, promises
to be an exciting contest. The stake to
be played for is $J5. Game to com
mence at 2 p. m.
Several cases of diphtheria huve beet!
If the Baby Is Cutting Teetb.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Byrup has
been used for over fifty years by mil
lions of mothers for their children
while teething, with perfect success. It
soothes the child, softens the, g urns,
allays all pain, cures wind collo and Is
the best remedy for diarrhoea. Bold by
druggists in every part of the world.
Be sure and call for "Mrs. Window's
Soothing Syrup." and take r o other
kind. Twenty-live oants, a bottle.
Dr. Joseph Jennlng.4 left this wek
to become a member of the medical
staff In a Baltimore, hospital.
Professor J. F. Crowell will give a
concert at the (Methodist Kplscopat
church on Monday evening.
Thomas O'Brien, of Jermyn was a
caller in town on Wednesday evening.
The regular half term examination
Is being conducted In the high school
during the past few days.
Next week promises to be one of
festivity and enjoyment in this quiet
town. Beginning on Tuesday evening
the Hose company will open their fair
in Herbert's hall, and will continue
until Friday evening. On Tuesday
evening there will be a parade of vis
iting firemen from neighboring towns.
On Wednesday evening there will be
a Republican rally, when a procession
will take place in whlch'several bands
will participate. Prominent speakers
will be present.
James Golden, of the West Side, Is
J. T. Nallln, of Scranton, was a vis
itor In town yesterday.
Pie Richmond dancing class reor
ganized last evening.
Do not forget to attend the Demo
cratic rally in Emmet hall this eve
ning. The speakers will be M. J. Mc
Anlff and J. F. O'Nell.
Misses Mary Qulnn and Lydla Con
nor are attending Institute at Scranton
this week. ,
Division 9, Ancient Order of Hibern
ians, Board of America., will meet in
regular session on Sunday afternoon at
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Franklin are
rejoicing over the arrival of a daugh
ter. Howard Luckey, who pitched for
the Wllkes-Barre base ball team lust
season, will accept his former position
In Manner's drug store next TuesJay.
The Lansfield Literary society will
build an Opera house on the basement
of their lot on Main street. The con
tract has been let to Dershlmer & Grif
fin, of Pittston. Thomas Dunn will
atttend to the plumbing department.
The building will cost about $8,000.
Mrs. Henry McMillan and ssur, Lot
tie, of West Pittston, were visitors
in town yesterday. 1
It Wat So Eay to Him.
"It's too bad," said Willie Wlshlnglon,
"thai the good old custom of making calls
on New Year's Day is slowly but surely
"Do you like the practice?"
"Verwy much. When you cawn't think
of anything else you can say 'Happy New
Year' und It's the only time when I eMh
feel wcally at home as a conversational
ist." Washington Star.
Cautes fully half the sickness In the world, It
retains the digested food too loug In the bowels
and produces bihousuess, torpid liver, InUi-
gcstlon, bad taste, coated nfx a
tongue, sick beaduclui, til- I Q) I I
somnla. etc. Hood's Pills 1 1 1 9
cure constipation and all Its
results, easily and thoroughly. 2. All druggists.
Prepared by 0. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
The only Tills to take with Hood's Sorsaparllla.
THE MERCHANT TAILOR
Has Moved te HI Now Quarters,
402 Lackawanna Avenue.
Entrtnc on aid next to First National
Bank. Ho has now in a
Comprising everything reqnUlte for flat
lUrebant Tailoring. And to same ess
bo shown to advantage la Ills ipl.n
dialj fitted np rooms.
A SPECIAL INVITATION
is Extended to All Readsr of Th Tf lb.
a to Call on "OLD RELIABLE" la His
New Baslasss Home
GREAT SHOE BARGAINS TODAY.
MEN'S PATENT LEATHER SHOES. WORTH $3.00, FOR $1.49.
RIIYER DAVIDWS SHOE HOUSE
307 Lackawanna Avenue.
ANY WON.DER how we can sell
hcuse in the
ond We sell entirely for spot cash. Third We
sell on a. small profit. Fourth These are dull days
for manufacturers It seems they'll take any offer that
means spot cash. These are a few of the replies we
make to the people who ask us how and why we sell
our goods lower than other houses in Scranton.
Yesterday There Came to Us
350 pair Men's Fine Calf Shoes at practically give-away figures; regular prices
$2.50, 53.00 and $3.50, for $1.50 and $2.00.
275 pair Ladies' Fine Shoes, hattd-sewed, worth $3.00, for $1.49.
275 pair Misses' Fine Shoes, lace and button, .worth $1.50 and $2.00. at 99c.
Child's Shoes at 20c, 35c. and 50c. Boys' Shoes, 75c. and $1.00.
BOfThe above are only a few of our great bargains. We invite you to call and ex
amine our goods before buying elsewhere. Remember, there is no trouble to show goods,
and make our store your headquarters, and you will save money by it.
LIVER DAMS SHOE HOUSE, u .
Sola Apty tor Stacy, Atess & Ca't, Gray Bros,' snd P. Cox's Fins Shoes ,
A WOMAN'S STORY.
Itlbosia Bo C Interns to Every blab
Wsmoa who r;vsn well know that
no male physician can understanding!
treat the complaint known as " female
diseases," for no man ever experienced
This, Lydla E. Pinkham taught them
twenty years ago,
when she dis
covered in her
the only suc
for all those
liar to the
a fatal faith in
their physician, and not till they can
suffer no longer, will they think and
net for themselves.
The following testimony is straight
to the point, and represents the ex
perience of hundreds of thousands of
now grateful women : " For six years
I was a great sufferer from those in
ternal weaknesses so prevalent among
our sex. After having received treat
ment from four physicians of our city,
and finding no relief whatever, I con
cluded to try Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound, and it has proved a boon to
me. It can truly be called a " Saviour
of Women." Mas. B. A. PsillHaM,
Coal of the best quality for domestla ott
and of all slses. Including Buckwheat and
btrdseye. delivered la any part of the city
at th lowest price.
Orders received at the Office, first floor,
Commonwealth building, room No. (;
telephone No. 2614, or at the mine, tele,
phone No. 272. will be promptly attended
to. Dealers supplied at the mine.
WM. T SMITH.
ELECTRICITY IS KING.
607, 608 AND 609
Corner Washington Avenue and
The late ROBERT BARTHOLOW PRO
FESSOR of MATERIA MKDICA, GEN
ERAL TITER AMEI'TICS, and HYGIENE
of JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE
of Philadelphia, eatd in hlu last work on
medical electricity: "The time Is not fur
off when electricity for medical tide will
take the place of many drugs with the
same phenomenal success that has marked
the progress of this Bclence in the moving
of cars, lighting of streets and houses and
for general motive power." It was In 17S0
that O'ALVA.Nl discovered the action
of galvanism on the nerves by experiment
ing on a frog. For 10U years.galvanism has
continued to grow In prominence as a. cure
LET IT BE THOROUGHLY UNDER
STOOD that Dr. Green is a graduate in
medicine and pharmacy, he has prescribed
for thousands of patients who have never
had an application of electricity, but ex
perience and study has convinced him, as
it has Marton. Rockwell, Mas.sc' and oth
ers of prominence that electricity Is the
KING OF MEDICAL REMEDIES. Bear
In mind that proper electrical treatment,
with first-class appliances, is NOT PAIN
FUL. If you wish to know the result of Dr.
Green's treatment for RLheumatlsm write
to U. E. Bostlck, 2047 East Cumberland
street, Philadelphia, Pa., or care Seabury
tt Johnson, New York,
Dp. Green's Electro-Therapetific Institute,
' 607, 608 and 609 Mears Building, Scranton, Pa.
Elevator Day and Night. Open Iron a. m. to is n.i i p. m. to 5 p. n. j.30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
city. We will give you a few of the reas-
We buy our shoes
For Suitings and Overcoatings.
Heavy Weights for fall
Low Prices for hard times.
Elegant Fall Suits and
Overcoats for $15, $16 and
$18. A great variety of the
latest novelties in Overcoat
ings just arrived, Come and
We do not advertise what
we haven't got nor what we
W. J. DAVIS, "Ard.Ve
Ml'CULINE HMSHEEO COVERING.
Has the stock sud can satisfy most
305 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Spruce Street, Scranton, Peuna.
The best of references, no charge for con
sultation, an Institute equipped with the
lntest achievements of Morton, Edison,
Ranney, Rockwell, McBride, Mcintosh
and others. Electro Static Machine, Gal
vanic, Foradlc, Sinusoidal (Magnetic),
Gnlvano Vauterles, and electrodes of ev
We have the finest X-Ray apparatus
With electricity as a basis of treatment
we are Ruccesnful In cases of Rheumatism,
Gout, Paralysis, Eesema, Tumors, Skin
Troubles, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, the
Wasting of Muscles, Poor Circulation, snd
all Nervous Diseases for which electricity
is doing so much of late.
The blood clot causing Apoplexy and
Paralysis can be dissolved and carried
away by proper application of Galvanism
Cures of Catarrh are being made by the
Inhalation of ozone from the Electro-static
We might mention hundreds of troubles
which are amenable to electric treatment,
but space will not permit.
Dr. Green treats all cases amenable to
electrical treatment. Is a graduate and ex
perienced practitioner of medicine, has the
best of references,' and will charge noth
ing for conciliation.
Those who cannot call should write for
shoes lower than any
for spot cash. Sqo
A magnificent collection of Oriental textiles consist
ing of over six hundred specimens of the Eastern Weavers'
Art is now on exhibition and for sale at 502 Lackawanna
avenue, corner Washington avenue. Every Rug is beauti
ful and many of them rare "in coloring and design.
Come in and be convinced that the price asked for
them is so low that it will induce you to become the owner
of some more gems from The Orient.
JAPANESE AND CHINESE 1
Take a look at the varied assortment of Eastern Art
Pottery. Much of it is modern, but there are many rare an
tique pieces, including some Moragi Jars from Corea, Porce
lains, Bronzes and Beautiful Cloisonne, Carved Teakwood
Pedestals and Tabourettes. Also Bauares Ware from India.
500 AND 502 LACKAWA1U AAENUE,
Choice assortment of the most carefully selected pat
terns in the highest grade of the leading manufacturers,
both domestic and foreign. Beautiful effects in combination
of colors with the shades which will be fashionable in the
coming season, including
GOBELIN, MOSS. EMPIRE, NILE, ABSINTHE AND RESIDA
Experience, good judgment and a perfect knowledge
of the requirements for high class furnishing, have procured
a line of fgoods which for richness in effect, beauty and va
riety of design and exquisite blending of color have never
riohair, Chenille, Wilton, Axminster, and
Smyrna, in every size latest and most desired effects in
strictly first-class goods. Imported Silk and flohair
with Plain Centers and Fancy Borders, a perfect and
complete line. An inspection of our stock will repay you.
S. G. KERR, SON
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
8CRANT0N AND WILKES-BARRC. PA, Manufacturers of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AKD PUUPIN6 MACHINERY.
General Office: SCRANTON, PA.
SmmMibm oMd reliable, wonthlf , mgaliting medicine. Only hualtM ttii
the puseitdrugi should b UMd. If jorx want th beat, gel
Dr. Peal's Pennyroyal Pills
They are prompt, nfe trd oarUln In mall The .nnlne (Dr. Faal'il e.Ttr tlup.
oulat, 6ata7WhMe, 11.00, AdOttu tlAl. MulGUa Ce UeTlluO, O.
For aale by JOHN H. PHELPS,
Spruce Street, Scranton, Pa.
$12 and $12.50.
Black and BIdb Ker
sey or Helton Over
coats, $9.60, $12.80
A A M A . 4
Doesn't mean doing without, nor does it mean buying
cheap clothing. The better grade yon get the most
economical it is in the long ran, Good clothing costs
little if only you buy at the right store. The right
sfore is this store. We mean to sell more clothing
than anyone hereabouts. That means low prices. It
means, too, that the clothing must be the very latest
styles and of the best material. It means economy
to you big business for us.
CASH OR CREDIT
pay as you can.
P IN V Fop Men ?
Trousers tor Gentleman.
WESTCOTT, JR., Direct Importer
Pharmacia, cor. Wyoming Avanue and
Get what you want
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