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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1894.
UARY 2, 1894.
40 inches wide,
Happenings of a Day Tbat Will Interest Hyde
Davies allows Marsh one
FIRST SERVICES IN NEW CHURCH
The Members of the Westminster
Presbyterian Church Worship Yes
terday in the New Edifice Clarke
Brothers Pleasantly Surprised by
Their Employes Interesting Notes
of the Day's Doings.
(Tlia UVat Si lo oulo of the Sora,NTO!
Tjmbuxk Is louatmlat us South Mnin nvo
uut, whore inbMrlplioal mlvurtitemeutt
auil communicuttojt will rocaivo prompt
3 ' jC. upward.
4.C a yard.
5c. a yard.
20c. Dress Goods,
1 - 1 ic. a yard.
50c. Dress Goods,
$1.00 Dress Goods,
49c. a yard.
128 Wyoming Ave.
- On all
an. 1 st.
Tbo members of the Westminster
Presbyterian church held th first serv
ices in their uew church at Sumner av
mus anl Price street yesterday morn
ing. As the seats are not iu posltioh
in the auditorium the servioes ware
held in the lecture room. Excellent
gerui"tis u r- preached hy the Dastor,
IJev. 11. O Jones, a zealous worker
who is partly responsible for the rapid
progress the church ba made during
the past two years. The strooture is
very imposing. The size Is 48 by 8U
feet, and is divided into two amotions,
namely, the lecture room and the audi
torium propsr. Tbesi two rooms are
cunoected by menus of a large archway
whi-:h can be curtained when the serv
ices are confined to but one of the
rooms. The wood work inside is fin
ished in oak. The walls are of white.
Tnere are three entrance doors, two
on Sumner avenue and one side
door on Price street. The outside
of the edifice is painted white
trimmed with drab. The uppsr por
tion of the structure is set off with
fancy shingling of ne it design. Co the
eastern side of the building the pulpit
is pluced. It. is surrounded by a hand
some oak railing and adorned with
three large chairs fiuished in walnut.
The rooms are illuminated by means of
looandfsoeot lights. The ceilings are
thickly dotted with thesd lights, und
the effect of their radiance is very
striking. The windows are of staiued
L'luss. The large glass for the central
front window representing "The Wood
Shepherd" has not yet arrive!. The
seating capacity of the aulitorium Is
1100, and the lecture room 250, miking
a total of ujO. , TI10 building is hsatsd
by steam, large radiators being conven
iently placid throughout. Tlis
hot water furnace is placsd in
the cellar. The pews are fiuished
in walnut. They will hp placsd in po
sition in a very short time. The inside
doors leading from the entrances are
covered with red baizs cloth. Tne
church is the recipient of a handsome
bell, presented by W. T Smith, owner
of tbe Mt. Pleasant mine. The mem
bers are very gratoful to Mr. Smith
for this grand token. The building is
tiuely tinisned, and can rank among
the leading churches of the Went bid
Ttie building with the lot included,
cost $8,000. Never before hns any
church on tins side shown the ne never
nnce that has been displayed by the
Sumner Avenue Presbvteriati church
Two years ago it w--s a struggling
congregation of a few, but now, through
the strenuous efforts of Ksv. K. u.
Jones and BcZileel Davis, it numbers
Gift to Clarke Bros.
The employes of Clarke BfOt ' nritn
moth stores agreeably surprised the
members of the firm oa Friday even
ing by making each of them a nice
present. Charles Helms, one of th
popular clerks, made the speeeh and
presented E. M. Clarke witn a hand
some cane and (1. W. Clarke a smok
ing set. Both numbers of the firm ro
During ttie evening songs wers ren
der, d by P. II. Warren, JohnHogan,
iliarles Helms, William Mullen and
M'.ss Kate Saul and dancing and gaiu-js
served to pass away the evening. Those
present were Miss Morgan, Miss Thorn
ton, Miss Kate Gallagher, Mits L.9na
Fostr. Miss Maggie Burns, Miss Mc
Donough, Mi--s Walkin, Miss Kate
Saul, Miss O'Donnell rtnd Miss Coyne
and P. H. Warren, William O'Connor,
Joseph Joyce, T. F. Waldron, John
Hogan, Frank Walters, Arthur' Wil
liams, William Griffiths, Thomas
U'Boyle, Charles Helms. William Critn.
mine, Andrew Healey, John McMnnus,
James Hudson, M. H. Lynn, John Mc-
Hule, Price Thomas and William Mil-
R. D. Walter, of Albany, N. Y is
visiting mends on this side.
Dr. H, C. Comegys, of South
avenue, was in Carboudale ou
Misses Jennie Chiles and Lo'tis Lse,
of Waverly. aro the guest of friends ou
the West Side.
J T. Jones, of Nanticoke. is viSitiug
friends on Eynon strest.
KINC KELLV AS AN ACTOR.
The Calibrated Baie Ball Player Appsars
In O'Dowd'i Nslffhbor.
Mike Kelly, ycleped "Kinar Kel" by
base ball patrons, was at the Academy
of Music Saturday evening with Mark
Murphy in "O'Dowd s Neighbors. Tne
"king" is a good base ball player
or rather was several years ago but
as an actor he is a great big wad of fail-
ore. The "lung thinks that to be an
actor of the Coleman House type, he
must shove his hands iu his trousers
pocket at overy possible opportunity
and fffsOa n swagger that would do
credit to a young ruin with n Bjwerv
education. He warbles with a Hunter's
Point nasat twang, and very evidently
believes that it heightens the artistic
effect of a song to start in a couple of
bars ahsad of the orchestra. The read
ing of his lines pained him almost as
much as it did tbe audience, judging
from the expression of his countenance.
Mark Murphy was capital as
O'Dowd," but, with the exception of
sum K yiin. bis support was lamentably
weak. I he female members of the
cast must have been fresh from a young
ladies seminary, with no stage exaeri
ence. and merely on the boards for their
RUN DOWN BY A TROLLEY CAR.
Little Sadie Burm St&ps In Front of a
Green Rtdff Cur.
Sadie Burns, a 5-year-old girl, whose
home Is in A voca, was run down and
badly injured by car 40 of tho Green
nidge line on Lackawanna avenue
Saturday nfternoou. The car was in
iu charge of Conductor White and
The child had ben visitins.' her
anut, Mrs. Tbouias O'Neill, la Green
ltidge, and was with .Mrs. O'Ndtll
doing some shopping in thecity. When
iu front of Mercorun & Connell's store
Mrs. O rxelll and her uelco started to
cross the street, aud tlte little one,
without knowing the danger, stepped
directiy iu front of the approaching
car. The motoruian applied tbe brake
so hard that the car wheels slid, aud
to this fact the child owes her life, for
instead of passing over hor body, tbe
wheels pushed her along.
She was carried into Matthews
Bros.' drug store, and Drs. O'Brien
aud Gardner summoned. It was found
that no bones were broken, but the
child was suffering from internal in
juries. She whs later removed to the
hospital, and yesterday her parents
took her home.
Harry Thorns and wife and will be
eveu better than tbe one prestnted list
Deares Royal marionettes will also bs
a feature. Incidentally, the Delnian
ning Bros, will dauce, just and sing,
and Miss Lois Eiston will introduce
the famous firefly dance. There will
be numerous other specialties.
un Thurslay afternoon the entire
proceeds will be given to the relief
fund. Manager Davis has issued
ticketi and placed them in Mayor Con
nelly hands and the city policemen are
now selling them for 23 cents eaob. Tbe
receipts go direct to Mayor Connell and
be properly distributed.
DINNER TO YALE MEN.
It Was Given by Joseph M. BjUi In
Honor of Mr. CUIand.
A very pleasant dinner was given by
Joseph M, Boies at his parents home
on Clar avenue Saturday evening to
the Yale men in town, Tbe dinner
was given in honor of Mr. Cleland who
is spending the holidays with Mr.
The dining room wns very tastefully
ui corated with Y.ileblus. Thoss prea
ent were Colonel Boies, Al G. Hnnt,
Jos.-ph Archbald, Everett Hnnt, Theo
dore Connell. Tuoinas Archbald, Nat
Wallace, of New York, Joseph Boies,
Paul Belin, James Archbald, Harry
Boies, Ezra H. Oouuell, Guy Stevens
and Mr. Cleland,
F.L. Crane's New Prices
ELM PARK SUNDAY SCHOOL.
The Board Eleca Ofihara to Serve for the
The Sunday School board of the Elm
Park church yesterday afternoon
elected the following officers for the
r. E Wood, superintendent: B. B.
Hicks, Mrs. Dr. Pearce, assistant super
intendents; A. J.Caswell, secretary;
Curtis Powell, assistant secretary ; E.
E. Atleck, treasurer; Mrs. Swan, super
intendent primary school; George
Scott, librarian ; Jennie Hszlett, pian
ist; A. F. Whittemore. chorister. A. D.
Piersou, Frank P. Christian, Howard
Vail and Ira B. Orr, door-keepers.
TRIBUNE EMPLOYES SERENADED.
The Walter Lake Mlnatrtl Band Fays a
Tho new vear was ushered in at Thl
Tkibunk offlo by a serenade from the
baud of the Walter Lake Minstrel com
pany which plaved to very large audi.
ences at Music hall on Thu.aday, Fri
day und Saturday nights.
Several selections were rendered in
excellent manner by the band just as
the witching hour of midnight was
CAPES 18 INCHES DEEP.
French Coney Capet, IS Inches deep. ,., 3 00
Astrakhan Capet, " " .... 4 0)
Astrakhan Capes, " " .... 0 0U
Atarakhan Cspee, " " .... V 00
Dyed Opossum Capes " " .... 0 00
Mony Capes, " ' .... 1 00
Monkey Capet, " " .... 15 00
Nat. Ottor Capes, " ' . . . . KO 00
Nat. Otter Capet, " " .... 86 00
Krlmmer Capet, " .... 12 00
Beaver Capes, " " .... 28 00
Nutria Capea, " 13 00
Beat or Pet-linn Capes " " SI 00
Alaska Seal Capes, " " 85 00
Alaska Seal Capes, " " .... 80 00
.Mink Canes, " " .... 30 00
Lrown Marteu Capes " " .... i'iW)
CAPES 22 INCHES DEEP.
Astrakhan Capes, H laches deep.
Bultic Hen Capet, " ,
Electric i-eal Capes, "
French Conoy Capes, " ,
Mink Capes, "
Brown Marten Capet, "
Monkey Cspes, " ,
.. U 00
.. 15 00
.. u OU
.. 60 00
.. so no
Highest Cash Prices Paid for Raw Fin,
Skunk $1.60. Mink $1,75,
WEAK MEN Y0UR attention
, IN ' . . 1 . 1 . r. I IU Jill.
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N. Y. The Specific Medicine Is sold by all
druealets at i per package, or all packages
for $!,or sent by mail on receipt of money. aud
with overy S5.UU order WE GUARANTEE
a cure or money refuiHled.MHaaMBMM
iJlTOn account of counterfeit-; we have
adopted tho Yellow Wrapper, the only genu
ine. Hold In Borah ton bv Matthews Hrnt
N. H. BROOKS', Supt. and Lecterer.
HAKHY THORN E. Stage Manager.
Week commencing MONDAY, JAM) AHl 1
Harry Thome's Comic Pantomime,
THURSDAY AFTERNOON'S RECEIPTS
Are to he given to the
Tickets to all parts of the boose, '.'5 cents
Uet thnui of the p dice officers.
lOc. to bauk of balcony; Oo. to front of
uuicony ana rear parquetto: aoo opera chaira.
nnen at I 11 and 7
u.v, uyer cuairs.
'i.M and ts.lj p.m. Doors
John Palmer is visiting relatives in
New York cltv.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Dvls an visit
ing friends at Hawley.
William Stanton. of Whitney's Point.
N. Y., is a visitor in town.
The Neptune Hoso company will en
tertain its mmy friends who so
kindly 'patronized them during the
fair this evening bv givinz a grjud
ball. The contests for tho watchst and
lantern Will also wun off.
Mrs. Tyler Connolly is rapidly recov
ering from her illness.
The Christinas presents, candie.f,
nuts, etc., will he presented to the
members of the Presbyterian suud iy
school this evening.
Max Miller is spending Nw Year's
day with his mother at Wilkes-Barre.
The death of Mrs. Edward Swartz
occurred at her home on Church
street on Friday night, Tue funeral
will occur this morning.
A Congregational meeting will be
held at the Presbyterian church Tues
day evening and good attendance is
requested. Refreshments are to bs
The Chinese laundrymtn who was
injured by being struck with a stone a
week ago, la recovering under the care
of Dr. Murphy.
Mrs. John McDouough aud daughter,
Miss Kate Cnrry und Mr. Kimball, are
The best place iu Scrantou to get a nice
oyster stew or fry Is at A. L. Van Horn's
ovster house and dinning room at .
Franklin avenue, bbell oystors a spec
ialty. Scuanton, Use. 28, m.
A Republican caucus was held In the
Twenty-nret ward, First district, on
Thursday night. W. $. Laugataff was
July nominated for school controller aud
Martin Joyco was nominated for ulder
man. William Couwhlin,
Ukoroe W. Kkyes,
Don't fohoet the great bargains in real
estate. At Forest Honse at 10 a. in.. New
V. -';, J. M. 0, Ranck will sell his house
and lot, 418 Vine, aud office, 817 Spruce
streets. Positive sale. See handbills.
83 and 86 Lackawanna avenue. Every
day from 0 a. in. to 10 a. in. Round ateak,
11a: sirloin steak, 14c.; standing rib roast,
10o.; chuck roast, 8c.; boiling meat, 4c.;
fresh pork, Vic. ; pork sausage, l'JXc.
Funoral of Edward Schoen.
Services over the remains of Edward
Schooii, the young man who died at
the home of bis fathsr, Simon Schoeu,
of Friuk street, on Thursday last, were
conducted yesterday afternoon at 2 33
o'clock iu the Chestnut Presbyterian
church, by the pastor, Riv. F. P.
Panppe. The chnrch was tilled with
the friends and relatives of the you'ig
man, who had assembled to pay their
latt tribute to one so love 1. Tnefliral
tributes wore many and haml-mm in
design. The pall bearers wer. Will
iam Leonsrd, Jacob Uallack, William
Tones. John Canterbury and William
Wilz-I. Interment was undo iu Wash
bnrn Street cemetery.
Broke Her Ltg.
Mah I- Dershimer, tbe interesting
young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
M Dershimer, of Eynon street, sus
tained a severe and painful injury
while skating on Saturday last. Miss
Dersheimer was 00 the Brick-yard
pond in company with several of her
companions, while skating her skate
caught on souih article in her path and
the fell to the ice. When picked up it
wus found that her leg was broken.
She was removed to her home, and
Dr. B (i. Beddoe summoned. Siie is
now resting easily.
Dogi Engage In Combat.
Two dogs engaged in combat yester
day nfternoon on North Hyde Park
avenue, and great excitement pre
vailed for some time. Both auimnls
fought savagely and were badly in
J"-sd. A great crowd was attracted to
tuu scene, and It took the combined ef
furts of three men to separate them
Central Newt Notts.
The Welsh Philosophical society met
in regular sesslou in its rooms on Sou tb
Main avenue Saturday evening, and
held an interesting meeting. ' Tne
'iifstion for general discussion was,
"Is Gravitation or Electricity the Mo
tive Power of the Solar System "
Many of the members participated In
the debate, which was very enj lyablt.
Solos were rendered by Professor Wil
liam W. Evans.
Camber W. Evans, of this side,
preucbed in Wilkes B-trre yesterday.
A watch meeting was held last even
ing in the Simpson Methodist Epitoo
pal church. It was largely attended,
This afternoon between 1 and 3 o'clock
Cleui Marsh, of South Hyde Park, aad
David Davies, of Taylor, will shoo; a
match on Davenport's place, at Taylor,
for $100 u side, for the best score ou
MRS. CATHERINE COLEMAN OEAD.
Pasted Away at the Advanotd Ag-e of
Mrs. Catherine II. Coleman, widow
of Alexander Coleman, died at -1
o'clock yesterday morning at tbe resi
dence of her son, A H. Coleman, on
Jefferson avenue. She was aged 70
yeurs aud 5 months.
Mrs. Coleman is survived by two
sous and two daughters. They are A.
H., W. A. and Miss Hattie Coleman, of
this city, und Mrs. U L. Wheeler, of
Cochectou, N, Y.
The funeral will take place from the
residence of A. H. Coleman, 025 Jeffsr
son avenue, at 2 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon. Interment will be private.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CHOIR
Tallls Morgan Chosen to Sucostd Horses
E Hand at Music il Director.
Horace E. Hnnd, who has been the
musical director of the First Presby
terian Church choir for many years,
has resigned, and Tallie Morgan has
been engaged for the position for the
coming yei r
Mr. Hanii has xiven the church most
excellent s rvi : during his timo as
chorister ai d ru tiif regret that he de
cided to res ,n. The church will have
no choir for hep esent, and Mr. Mor
gan vi dir ct tbe congregational
singing, and toiss Stella Seymour will
continue to net as organist.
Ora.nd Frost reception will be given by
Jack Frost nnd hia cortege of assistants on
Jan. 1 and H, In the Park Place Methodist
Episcopal church; consisting of entertain
ment of recitation, vocal slugini;, instru
mental pieces anil conuudrum art gallery
aud conuudrum lunch. Oyster supper will
bs served lu 11 vo different ways during the
evening. Admission free.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
ONE VEKK COMMEC1KU
MONDAY, JAN. 1-
Matinees Monday, Wddnssday and Saturday
Geo. A. Baker
Comic Opera Company
Matinee Said I'astia
fui'tday Bsggar St udent
Wodiictduy Black Husnar
Friday Bohemian Qlrl
Suturduv KulH ,,..!,,
Slatluse ra Dlavolo
Prices, 15, fc5, 39 and 50 cents
Sale of seats bogiua Friday, Dee. 29.
KYDEA AND ZIMMMERMAN,
Froprietors and Managers.
FOR WEEK DEC. 25
THE LONDON SPORTS
T ho cream of the rauduvi lo world! Every
artist a star ' Kvory act a feature'
Admission as usual. T li.N cents.
The Delight of Young and Old.
OPEN DAY AND 0VENING.
21Q Perm Avenue.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF
ComraenciiiK Dec. 21, 183a, a through fast
express ill leave Scranton for Philadelphia
at ii.JU. noon, arriving In Philadelphia at 5.41
The follow lug ara the through trains from
No.ltf Ko.la No li) No. IS
, TO A.M. NOON. P.M. fun
Fluladulphia S 10 12.30 3.8U 2U0
New York 8.10 12 91 3.) i u 200
Easton 8.1U 12.30 tf.30 ,.aS 2.00
Allentown 8.10 lr.30 3 30 4.25 2 Ut)
Heading 810 12.3J .... 4.83 2.00
Harrisbur;, etc .3.10 12.30 .... 4.25 200
Pullman Parlor Cars on train No. 12,leaviuR
S. ran ton at 1230, noon, through to Aw
No.: No. No.13 Sun.
AM. I'M. P.M. AM.
Returhinf, ltavo N.Y...8.45 1.80 4.80 4.80
Philadelphia 8.40 2.00 4.30 6.87
. , , P -M- P M P .M. PM.
Arming at 8erautou. . .8.1.1 s.20 10 4U 12.45
Pullman Parlor Cars on No. 13, leaving New
York at 4.SO p m.
J. SWISHER, W. P. A.
HARRY THORN t' 5 NEW PANTOMIME
It Will Bs Produotd with the Variety
Show at Wonderland.
There will be another week of variety
at Wonderland beginning today. The
feature of tbis week's performance will
be a pantomime entitled, "Hankey
Pankey, or when tbe Cat's Awav the
Mice Will Piny." originated by Harry
Thome. It will be participated in by
The Gem Coupon. The Most
Unique of All.
A Trip Through the Colam
72 tare, printed on oue side
only. Showing all the pluoea of
interest on main grounds und
Midway Plaisauce. Size, 5x7.
Kmbosued paper cover or full
Twj Coupons aad 25 CENTS tekei
Two C jtpins and 40 CENTS takes
cloth cover. y
Add 4 etntt for pastageif ordered by mall
P FERRIS VII
P U Z Z L E ,
GREATEST NOVELTY OF THE AGE.
Valuable as a Souvenir of the Fair.
CUITE EASY WHEN YOU KNOW HOW
IN PRIZKM Wlljli BR DISTKIBl'TED TO THOSE DOING
$300 IN PRIZKM WILL BE DISTKIBl'TED TO THOSE DOINQ THE
Pl'ZZI.E IN THE s II ( H IT ST SPACE OP TIME
I'Oll A Lb BYALIj NEWS OQKPANIB8, TATIONBRfl AND AT TOY
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112 AND 114 SOUTH KUTAW STREET, BALTIMORE, MD.
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For sale by JOHN H. PHELPS, Pbarmaclst. cor. Wyoming Ave. and Spruce St.,
WE are going to do business in our
1 ,1 1 11 r.i
new store oy tne miaaie 01 tins
month, and we have concluded to move
no goods from our present place of busi
ness if we possibly can help it. To ac
complish this we, on second day of Jan
uary, put figures on all goods in stoc)
that ought to sell them all in one wee):
Below is a partial list:
Highest Grade Minnesota Patent
Flour (in sacks) - $3.99
Highest Grade Pastry Flour (in
sacks), - - 3.35
Best Baled Hay, per 100, - - .79
Rutabagas, bushel, .27
Potatoes, bushel, - - - .59
Onions, bushel, - - .70
Best Sugar Cured Hams, .09
Best California Hams, - .08
Best Shoulders, .08
Best Bacon, - - .09
Best Lard, per pound, - - .07
Best Lard, 10 pound pails, .75
Best Lard, 5-pound pails, - - .40
Best Lard, 3-pound pails, - .25
New Orleans Molasses, - .12
Pure Sugar Syrup, - - .12
Very Best No. -7 Brooms, - - . 21
Very Good No. 7 - - .19
Very Best No. 6 " - - .19
Good No. 6 Brooms, - .15
Large Sized Cedar Tubs, - - .89
Medium Sized Cedar Tubs, - .69
Small Sized Cedar Tubs, . . 55
Large Sized Painted Tubs, . .69
Medium Sized Painted Tubs, . . 59
Small Sized Painted Tubs, . .49
Cedar Pails, . . . .19
3 hoop Painted Pails, . .12
2-hoop Painted Pails, . .10
Large Sized Feather Dusters, . .81
Medium Sized Feather Dusters, .24
Canned Peaches, 3 pounds, . .09
Canned String Beans, . .05
' Canned Asparagus, . - .12',
Canned Pumpkin, 3 pounds, - .05
Preserved Strawberries, imported 3g
gallon jar, . - )'
Preserves in large tumblers, - .09
Preserves in 30-pound pails,
Preserves in 5. pound pails,
Jelly, 30 pound pails,
Fruit Butter, 5-pound pails,
Without going any further, we would
say that all goods will be sold for less
than they are worth until closed out. We
will also have counters, scales, show cases,
coffee mill and other fixtures to sell for
what they will bring.
TWHTOirtniMj rorntrrout prottrotlon nnd ollntirout dlnaMt of
Uie a-amiruiljo ontant of either hi, iui-d at Nerrout ProttratlonTFW
li1" ur H$l alanliomJ. IiD potency. NlahUy iruUilout.Youtlitul Brrort,
Bg or lbi mtnuoou. iia potency,
ental Worrv.exoeaitv uae us Ti
lumptlou and Inutility. With erery
'obaeyo or Opium , which lead to Coa-
uiw we me a wmta nuar-
UKi okk mo aitm cswo. V'Viffier
i ut m avasMHMiHveii Mmnw vaie
Yq9 Sale by t. AI. U Mtltls, UiuffgUl, 11 1'euu .Iveoue.