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THE SCTJAXTOX. TRIBUNE Fill DAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1S6.
I n?ailirs will )ilenp note that ave rtis
m.'ina. orders for Job work, and Item for
publication loft, at tho esiabllshment of
(inannon & Co., newsdealer. North Min
flreet. will receive prompt attention; of
lice open from 8 a. m. to 10 p. m.J
t'onccrt at the Methodist Church oa
A large audience assembled on Wed
nesday evening at the Methodist Epis
copal church and listened to an excel
lent selection rendered by Scranton
and home talent. Professor Haydn
Kvans presided at the organ and show
ed his accustomed aMllty. This talent
ed organist was received with enthusi
One feature of the evening's enter
tainment was the ginning by Llew Her
bert, of Scranton. After his solo, "Let
hJI obey," he responded to an encore,
and a train received a very Kenerous wel
come. V. 1. Kvans cave his tenor solo
most acceptably and the choir of the
.Methodist church rendered their selec
tions in an admirable manner. The re
cital wns in all respects pleasant and
THANKS FOR RKV. EHR1NGER.
Letter from McKinler to a Carbon
Hev. Fred Ehrineer. the Lutheran
lergymnn of this city.rerently sent Mr.
JlcKlnley coiiles of local papers con
taining letters that he had written up
on the- political Issues. A few days ago
he received this acknowledgement:
Hev. Fred T'hrlncpr, Carbondale, Pa.
My lHar Sir; Mnjor Mc Kin ley is in re
ceipt of yours of the tiln inct., in regard
to the matter of your Inability to come
here with the deli-cation that are culling
upon him. .Major .McKlnley wishes you to
know that he accepts the wi'.l for the
ilecd. Hi' has noted the article you en.
closed with interest, and he thanks you
.Major SlcKlnley rcurets that owlnff to
the (treat ileinami upon his time. It is Ini-pLs-ihU'
for him to make personal ac
Iiiiowivdfc'inent of your letter.
Yours very truly,
.Niictuinnl Visitor Steal CnU from
the House of Andrew Mitcltell.
The house of Andrew Mitchell wns
entered on Wednesday niKht bv I'lirc
lurs who succeeded In abstract ins from
a desk in u room used as Mr. Mitchell's
office, two J20 bills and a $10 bill, Rnd a
check pinned by S. and S. II. Bolton.
The thieft was discovered early yes
terduy niornlm?, but not the slightest
clue was left to show the circumstances
under which tho money was stolen.
The thieves made no disturbance to
arouse any one, and it Is not Known
how the entrance Into the house wus
Kiilned. CVnstnl.lt; Alorcnn Is .it work
on the case, but has no definite clue t
follow. Payment on the cheek lias
been stopped nt the bank.
CLOSING OF THE ARCHDEACONRY.
I he Address by Mr. W. II. I'nlnier,
ol Will.es. Iliirre.
An Interesting meeting was held on
Wednesday evening In Trinity church
when an address was Riven by Airs.
Palmer on the "H. 1. A." Hoy's In
dustrial Association. She described her
work for the past six years anions the
breaker boys of Wllkes-Harre, sneaking
for un hour. She held the attention of
her hearers in un address of great In
terest. Archdeacon Cox pave tho closlnff ad
dress of the session, tils subject le
gnrdul the "Proper Observance of the
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES.
Justice V. J. Maxey, of Forest City,
culled on friends In this city yesterday.
The (iermnn Lutherans held n meet
ing Inst evening for the purpose of or
ganizing: a church.
The Methodist choir netted the sum
of thirty dollars by their organ recital
Mr. H, F. Pride, editor of the Susque
hanna Journal, visited friends in this
city Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. !. A. Price have re
turned from a visit with friends in
The .Key. R. T. Trent iee, of Como, Is
the guest of Miss Mary McKune.
Miss Custfk, of Scranton. who has
been visiting Miss Surah Cummings,
hus returned home.
Hurry King, of Susquehanna, bns ac
cepted a position with the Star Steam
I iye works.
Uev. Mr. fiunllv.il, of Jermyn, preach
ed last evening at the Congregational
About twenty members of the Mit
chell Hose company went to Archbald
last night to attend the firemen's ball
at that place.
Mrs. Judd. of Binghnmton, Is visiting
friends in town.
Mrs. Stephen Tuttle, of Springvllle,
Susquehanna county, Is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. C. K. Kly.
Hugh K. Vaughn, of Carbnndale. and
Miss Kva Patterson, were married In
tiinirhumton this week, by the Hev. K.
Mrs. Fannie Hoyden nnd Mrs. Mary
Lyons, of Susquehanna, were the guests
of Mrs. Johanna Olmmnck last evening.
The Carbondale high school football
team will play the Wilkes-Parre high
school team in this city, Saturday, Oct.
Luther C. Smith hns received a patent
for a block slgnnl. and M. H. Sullivan
one for a carpet holder.
Miss Anna Watig arrived in this city
from Germany Wednesday.
L. C. Wetherby and Alexander C.larpn
will go to Florida soon, where they will
upend the winter.
Mr. and Mis. O. L. t'tley will soon
break up housekeeping and take rooms
nt Hotel American.
Miss A. G. Hurnard Is visiting friends
Miss Bridget Flannery Is visiting
friends in F.lmlra.
The Lackawanna club met last even
ing to complete the arrangements for
their annual reception of the returns
from the fall elections.
Miss Cecil Rhoades, of Susquehanna,
is visiting Ml3s Jennie Purple.
The marriage of Miss Ella Connors,
an esteemnble lady of this place, and
William Murphy, a popular young man
also of this place, occurred yesterday
Hfternnon In the St. Joseph church by
Hev. Father Loughran. The bride and
FPU FALL TRADE.
All the latest, from a 20c In
grain to the best Wilton.
Oil Cloths and Linoleum, ull
widths unj prices.
Window Shade and Curtains,
all the latest novelties.
Fancy Hocking Chairs, uphol
tcred in plush, tapestry and broc
utelle. Also a Una collection of
cobbler seats, and our price al
ways the lowest.
J. SCOTT INGLIS,
Carpets, Wall Papers and Vnyf.y.
419 UCi.AWUlA klL ,
her attendant. Miss Tillle Weber, wore
handsomely designed gowns and car
ried large bouquets. The groom was
awaited upon by his brother, Kdward
Murphy. After the ceremony a recep
tion was tendered the friends of the
contracting parties at Weber's rink.
Mr. and Mrs. Murphy were the recip
ients of many beuutiful and costly
The borough council will hold u
meeting this evening.
Miss Annie Williams, of this place,
who has been spending the past few
days at Providence, has returned home.
The entertainment last evening at
the Price Library association, given
by William D. Howe, was largely at
tended, and no doubt netted the asso
ciation a neat little sum.
The McKlnley club of the First ward,
will meet this evening. Every member
is requested to be present.
The game of hand ball which was
to take place at O'Malley's court on
Wednesdny between Rickaby and Dove,
of Old Forge, and Jennings and Mc
Gowan, of Providence, has been post
poned until tomorrow afternoon at 3
o'clock, when they will play for $100
a side. ' -
Mrs. C.eorge Gammon, of Main street,
spent Tuesday at Lmryea.
Great preparation Is being made for
the Republican rally tomorrow eve
ning at Weber's rink. Everybody is
Joseph Kent and sister, Mrs. Amanda
Brush, of Susquehanna, are visitors at
the residence ot Mr. and Mrs. A. P.
The members of tho Epworth league
are requested to meet in the class rooms
of the Methodist Episcopal church this
Rev. F. P. Pony, of Scranton, called
on his son, Editor liony, of the Argus,
The funeral of Mamie, the 2-year-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Minus,
of Scranton, will take place this af
ternoon. Interment w 111 be in Lanclbie
cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Hines were
formerly residents of this place.
Miss Teresa Lottie and guest, Misi
Carrie Tucker, of Plttslo.vn, were vis
itors In town yesterday.
A. Hansliall, of Scranton, was a vis
itor at the fair on Wednesday eve
ning. Mrs. Charles Alkman, of the West
Side, Is seriously ill of bronchitis.
The Richmond Pnncing class will
conduct a soclul In u'Melley's hall this
K. Frue. of the West Side, is suf
fering from a severe attack of grippe.
The contests lor a gold watch and
a bicycle will be determined this eve
ning at the Hose company's fair.
Avoca was once more .the scene of
gaiety and pleasure on Wednesday
evening when the McKlnley-Holmrt
club proceeded to the Delaware and
Hudson station, accompanied by the
Albion bund, u mounted escort, and
several coaches, to meet their visitors,
who had come to instill into their
minds the principles of protection ami
American citizenship. After the guests
had been assigned places in the
conches the procession moved to the
West Side, then to the Nerth End, to
O'Malley's hall, where a very large au
dience greeted them. David Davis was
chairman and introduced the speakers,
Eugene Ward, of Wilkes-Purre, and
.Major Held, of Philadelphia. Hoth
gentlemen ure llucnt orators, and their
remarks were received with applause.
For a time everything went on smooth
ly when an open discussion took pluce
between Mr. William Law, a promin
ent Democrat of this place, and Mr.
Reld, the speaker. Speejal Interest was
manifested umontr friends of both
parties, but when Mr. Ward addressed
some sarcustic remarks to Mr. Law, a
lively scene ensued, which for a time
wore a serious aspect.
The Hook and Ladder company, of
Pittston, attended the fair last eve-
The schools of this place nnd Marcy
township will dose this evening ti en
able tbe teachers to attend county in
stitute next week.
Michael MiiliU'Hg, a younR nun of
ThomaH Alulderitr. of Uunmore street,
employed nH a runner In No. 2 mine, met
with a painful ueelrtent yesterday af
ternoon. While attempting to get on
some ears he was eau:;ht between the
bumpers and lnul his lej? badly lacer
ated. He wns removed to his home
where his Injuries were attended to by
Mrs. Sarah Williams and Mrs. Avery
Atherton.of Providence, spent yester
day at the residence of James McNIeol.
Mrs. Ellen Martin has returned home
after spending a week In Washington,
Miss Hernetta Mrllulc Is able to be
out again alter her recent serious ill
ness. The P.ryan eluh held a rally In the
Father Mathew Opera house lust even
ing. A parade headed by the Throop
band, mnrched from the Mahon house
to the hall, where they were addressed
by several able speakers.
Mr. and Mrs. fleorge Davis entertain
ed a number of their friends at their
home on Lackawanna street, last even
ing. The time wns pleasantly passed
in games and music. Refreshments
were served about 1 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. William McDonnell have
moved into their handsome new house
on Lackawanna street.
The marriage of Thnmns L. Will!:im.,
of this place, and Miss Hannah Wil
liams, of Wyoming, Is announced to
take place at the bride's home on Mon
day, Nov. 2.
Miss Emily Davis lias returned home
after a three months' visit with rela
tives In England and Wales.
Mrs. John Tlilday spent yesterday ct
The Catholic Young Men's Totnl Ab
stinence and llenevolent society will
produce "ArrannpouKh," Nov. 7.
At 1 o'clock Wedncday afternoon a
special train left on the Montrose road
for Montrose, carrying the following
people who attended the funernl of Lou
is Knoll: Messrs. Harry Slckler. V.
A. Sprout. Fred Pampson. L. E. Mead,
Podney Pnrdwell, Martin Schlatter,
Eugene Handrick. Thomas Osterhout,
George Roberts, Jim Day, Wm. Camp
bell, Joe Williams, Fred Hillings, L. T.
Rums. Frank Dewltt, D. C. Grahams,
P. R. Rorden, Mrs. H. D. Stevens, Mrs.
L. E. Mead. Mips Ruth Slckler, nnd
Giles Ross and family. The funeral was
largely sttended. Regarding the dealh
of Mr. Knoll there seems to be a mvs
tery. On Monday, the day he was kill
ed, he gave his diamond ring to his
father, telling him what to do with it.
He then left for New Mllford to make
a professional cnll and that was the last
they saw of him. until his body was
brought home. The lmre and buggy
was not hurt In the least. A man driv
ing along the road some distance from
the crossing where the accident hap
pened, ran Into the wairon nnd tied the
horse to a fence post. The lines and lao
robe were over the dashboard, as
though someone had placed them there.
The train was not stopped until the en
gine and six cars had passed over hla
Israel O'Nell, who for some time past
has been confined at the Jail on account
of insanity, died yesterday at the age of
eighty-four. Mr. O'Nell was a hlrhly
respected cltlsen of Lake Winola where
he had lived for the past fifty years.
During his confinement In Jail he re
ceived the best of care. He leaves a
considers hie estate.
D. W. Stark was in Montrose yester
day. The teachers' Institute is In ses
sion there, hut that this had anything
to do with his trio Is not at all prob
Tl" -mhers of the Ea"le Hos eom
' ' '' "-"-Mvpl - th" hn
LEHIGH VALLEY WRECK.
Several Uox.iurs I iled nt tiraccdalc
Powder .Hills .ol Might.
lietween 10 and 11 o'clock Wednes
day nignt a west-bound Lehigh Val
ley freight train drawn by engine No.
Dili, was wrecked at Graeedule powder
mills, about u mile eust of Fal"ier.
The tlrst car was a llat louded with
props. This cur. through soul- as yet
unexplained cause, Jumped the l ruck,
thus preclpitnting the wreck. The load
of props was scattered about quite pro
miscuously and oiirht box curs were
derailed, lour of which, together w ith
the llat. were piled In bad shape, block
ing both east and west-bound tracks.
Nobody was injured. The wreck ears
and crews from this city and White
Haven were called out, which arrived
at the scene about midnight. A fur
three hours' hard work the tracks were
entirely cleared of the debris at 3.1i
o'clock this morning. Superintendent
Mitchell and Trainmaster C. L. Uardo
directed the work.
The fast nlirht line from New York
due In this city at 2.?0 a. m.. wns run
over the Central railroad from White
Haven, arriving in this city at o'clock
this morning. All west-bound trains
due here after 3 o'clock arrived on time.
Sntmicl l;itrucs Demi.
Samuel S. Haines, of 05 South Han
cock street, died sudden'y en Tues
day of heart trouble, aged al years. Mr.
lturnes wen u machinist and was em
ployed by the L. & W.-1I. Coal Co. at
the Umpire simps for the last twenty
years, lie was u son of the late George
and Lovina Lames. He was also a
veteran of the war of the rebellion nnd
was a member of Cnnyntthnm Post,
Grand Army of the Republic, of this
city. The funeral will take place from
his late residence this afternoon at 2
o'clock. The services at the house will
be conducted by 1 5 H. K. Ilayden,
and at tho cemetery bv Conyngham
Post. Interment In Hollenback ceme
The employes at Oliver's Mills, about
fifty strong, have organized a url
formed marching club and will take
part In the Republican parade on Wed
nesday. A pretty study In oil, a scene along
the D-iawnre. from the brush of Mrs.
C. D. Foster, Is attracting attention in
the window of Puckey Iirotliers.
A prize cat show will be held in this
city next week commencing on Mon
day evening, nt IS West Market st-'ct.
riti re will be three prizes. If the poopl
tif Wllkes-Ilarre nnd Pittston nnd ?nr
rottndlng towns will make their entries
on or before Friday. October 23, It will
be un accommodation to those arrang
ing the exhibition. All the entries are
tree nnd cngrs ore furnished free.
Foot bull Satin day at 3 p. m., Y. M.
Rffuch in Little
Is especially true of Hood's Tills, for no medi
cine ever cuntuiued so great curative power in
so small space. Tliey uie a whole mediciue
chest, always ready, ul- mm.
ways elllcient. always sat- B I
Isfaetory ; prevent a cold KT I j)
or fever, cure all liver Ills,
sick headache, Jaundice, constipation, etc. 2flc.
Tuoouly Tills to take with Hood's Sursupurllla.
tabid' ""lli wg(
v Wk SHOE BARGAINS v M
llortune favors you again, to buy Shoes for less thatvac
tual cost ol making. We have purchased 500 cases of
Men's and Women's Shoes at about 40 cents on the dollar for
spot cash. Here they are. Come at once and secure' your
72 pair ilea's Fine Calf Shoes, calf lined, regular price the world over $4.00,
, Our Price, $2.00.
100 pair Men's Fine Dress Shoes, hand sewed, worth from $2 to $4 a pair,
Our Price, $1.69.
100 pair Ladies' Hand Sewed Shoes, regular price the world over from $2.50 to S3,
Our Special Price Only $1.29.
84 pair Boys' Calf Shoes, worth $1.25, for 95 cents.
4S pair Youths' School Shoes, worth $1.25, for 89 cents.
100 pair Child's Shoes, wedge heel, worth 75c, for 39c, sizes 5 to S.
Call and examine our goods before buying elsewhere. Re
member, there is no trouble to show goods, and you will surely
save money by it.
RhYER DAVIDOf S SHOE HOUSE,
307 Lackawanna Avenue.
SjLE AGENG FJS STACY, ADAMS, GRAY BROS.' AND P.CCX'3 FINE SHOES.
C. A. Add Harry Hlllman Academy
and School of Lackawanna. Admission
iu cents'. Grand stand free. ,
The St. Clement's vested choir will
give its concert on Tuesday evening in
the parish house.
The annual reunion of the Sixteenth
and Seventeenth Pennsylvania Cavalry
was held here yesterday. The day was
fine, with a crisp northwest breezv.
In the early hours of the day life and
animation were manifest at all th
homes and business places iu th.
snreadlng of decorations, which wort
profuse and very pretty throughout the
town.' 'I here were not as many- of ;'n
old cavalrymen nresent us was xpe.t
eil. There wns, however, a ruin I at
tendance from the suiroumlintr coun
try, and all seemed to enji v the day.
Rev. O. E. Van Wert delivered it very
nb!e address of welcome. 'Response by
T. D. Uurmnn, of Nantlcoke, Pa. who
was h member of the Sixteenth Penn
.Miss Genevieve Kneon. has resigned
her position with. N. A. Hubert, ol
Scranton, and will take up teaching and
the study of music.
Fred Cook, of New Millord, was in
town on Wednesday.
M. Shield.:, jr., Ins placed dectric
lights in his stone mill, which firt
Hashed out on his worittnea Wednes
day night, the llth Inst.
A canvas of Nicholsmi boroturh dis
closes about two to ono for William
MeKlnley,whioh we v. ill try and prove
one week from next Tuesday.-
607, 603 AND 609
Corner Washington Avenue and
The late ROTtETlT HAP.THOLOW PRO
FESSOR of MA TERIA MKDK.'A. GEN
ERAL THEHAPEl'TR'S. und HYGIEN'E
of JEFFERSON MEDICAL COLLEGE
of Philadelphia, said In Ills last work on
medical electricity: "The time Is not fi:r
off when electricity fur medical use will
take the place of many drut-'s with the
fame phenomenal success that has marked
the progress of this science in the moving
of cars llehtlng of streets and houses and
for general motlvt) power." it was in 17H0
that UALVA.Nl discovered the action
of KHlvanism on the nerves by experiment
ing on a trog. For lOtf years galvanism has
continued to grow In prominence as a cure
LET IT RE THOROUGHLY UNDER
STOOD that Dr. Green Is a grnduate in
medicine and pharmacy, he has prescribed
for thousands ot patients who have never
nad an application of electricity, but ex
perience and study has convinced him, as
It has Marton. Rockwell, Maxsey and oth
ers of prominence that electricity is the
KING OF MEDICAL REMEDIES. Hear
in mind that proper electrical treatment,
with tlrst-tlass appliances, la NOT PAIN
FUL. If yon wish to know the result of Dr.
Green's treatment for RLheumntism write
to E. E. Bostlck. IW47 East Cumberland
street. Philadeliih'a. Pa., or care Seabury
& Johnson, New York,
Dr. Green's Elecfro-Therapetitic Institute,
607, 608 snd 609 Wears Building, Scranlon, Pa.
t: levator Day and Night Open from 9 a n to u m.; 1 p. m. to $ p. n 7.30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
i Arc in d Few i'I I
For Suiting and Overlings.
Heavy Weights for fall
Low Prices for hard times.
Elegant Fall Suits and
Overcoats for $15, g!6 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! DAVI ais Wyoming Ave.
QUICKLY AND RUASDNA I'.LY 1'iONK.
ADDRESS THK THIUrXK.
MEARS BUILDING j
Spruce Strcwt, Scranton, l'cnnu.
The best of references, no charge for con
sultation, an Institute equipped with the
latest achievements of .Morton, Edison,
Ranney, Rockwell, McBride, Mcintosh
and others. Electro Static Machines, Gal
vanic, Faradlc, Sinusoidal (Magnetic),
Qalvano Vauterles, anil electrodes of ev
we have the finest X-Ray apparatus
With electricity as a basis of treatment
we are succesful In cases o' RMetinia:'"",
Gout, Paralysis, Ecsema, Tumors, Skin
Troubles, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, the
Wasting of Muscles. Poor Circulation, and
all Nervous Plsctses for which electricity
is doing Ho, 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 tnado by the
Inhalation of ozono from the Electro-statlo
W'e 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 consulatlon.
Those who cannot call should writs for
Carpets, Hall Rugs, Saddle
i tieres ; all select goods.
: blending of soft, rich colors woven into artistic designs, each
; Rug representing much thought and artistic genius. The
j beautiful silky antique pieces are getting scarcer in the
. market every day, and the time will soon come when no
; more can be found. We have them and offer them at the
lowest importers' price.
I THE JAPANESE, CHINESE AND INDIA DEPARTMENT
! Is replete with beautiful antique and modern Bric-a-brac,
: Curios, Carved TeakwojJ Pedestals and a thousand other
! articles that help to make a home bright and attractive.
We have a few of those fine Bagdads left at
' $2.50 each.
503 m S02LSCXSWANN A7ENUE.
30x60 in. Smyrna Rug, worth $2.50. now $1.50
26x54 in. Velvet Rug, worth $2.50' now 1.50
36x72 in. Velvet Rug, worth $3.50. now '. 2.50,
China Matting ....12Jc and 15c per yard
W orth 20 ccnU and 25 coots.
Ingrain Carpets 20, 25 and 30c
v V onh 50 cents, 35 cents and 40 cents.
All-Wool Ingrains 50c, worth 65 cents
' CURTAIN MATERIALS.
500 Yards Madras and Twiss
. 10c, 12Jc and 15c. Per Yard.
Worth 30 cents, 40 cents and 50 cents.
S. G. KERMOM & CO.,
CARPETS AND DRAPERIES,
408 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
Special Attention Given to Business and Per
Liberal Accommodations Extended According
to Balances and Responsibility.
3 Interest Allowed on Interest Deposits.
In the Case
year. He will llud that lie
has worn better dothes at less cost than he ever
did before. It may bo that you can get clothes
for le than we charge, but 3011 can not get the
same grade of clothing any place else for less
othor store. During the
yrar j-ou will have the satisfaction of wear
ing si ylish clotlios, well put together nnd
' well finished. You will wear clothes just
as gno 1 us the man who pays the tailor
twice as much..
We make a specialty of selling on
credit. Our trrms are one-third to one
hail'e ish, and you can pay the rest in very
small monthly instalments. Come in and
talk to us about it. We know that many
of the men who work hardest have not al
ways got the read) money, and we are al
ways glad to Rpcoramodato' them with
credit if they will aak for it.
Bags, Jijim and Bagda Por-
The Rugs show a magnificent
VVESTCOTT, JH, Direct Importer
The man wlio buys cloth
ing at the Economy is going
to be ahead at tho cud of the
We will clothe you for a
year lor less money I ban
you would spend in any