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THE SCRANTOX TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING, JANUART 4, .1894.
COM ME NCINQ JAN
UARY 2, 1894.
40 i iic lies wide,
3 4c. upward.
34 C. upward.
-ic. a yard.
5c. a yard.
20C. Dress Goods,
12l4o. a vard.
Happenings o! a Da; Tbat Will Interest Hyde
A HAPPY YOUNG COUPLE WEDDED
Miss Lizzie Williams, Daughter of
Mine Foreman Thomas J. Williams,
Becomes the Bride of Albert Lewis.
Funeral of Mrs. Mary Jane Evans.
Street Car and Wagon Collide.
Nev.s Notes and Personals.
The Went Side offlas of the SoaAMros
Tkibunk is located at 11 South Main ave
nue, where subscriptions, udvertiseineuts
and communications will receive prompt
editorial, pen a oity brevity or per
gonal, Editor Boyd can compose verse
of an excellent quality.
Two of bii compositions have been
net to music and have been issued by
Mr. Boyd. They are "Dancing the
Bby," a lirijjnt, lively waltz song,
with all the elements of popularity,
and "A Latter from Mother." a ballad
full of patboa and feeling. Both songa
are of the popular order un 1 can be
whistled or sung after having been
heard once or twice.
TWO WEIL PLEASED AUDIENCES.
50c. Dress Goods,
$1.00 Dress Goods,
4c. a yard.
128 Wyoming Ave.
The Scranton Athletic club held a
largely attended meeting lass evenintr
and decided to attend the funeral of
their late fellow member, Edward Mc
MaboD, in a body. The club will as
sewble at iti rooms at 1 i p. in. to
day. The club will celebrate iUteuth an
usveraary some time this month and
the members hoped tbat they would be
able to celebrate witL unbroken ranks
The only other persou to die, since the
club was organized, who had any con
nection with it, was William Seholl, but
atjthe time otdeatb,he bad ceaeed to be
Hoyal Arcanum Hoomlnir.
When the Electric City Council of
the Royal Arcanum was organized by
Victor H. Lauer, forty-nine gentle
men signified their willinuuess to be
cjue members. Ac the first meeting,
when organization was effected and
officer elected, only seventeen mem
ben were preaent. Since then, how
ever, those who went in have
beeu most persistent and have
succeeded in inducing munv of the
original signers to enter into fellowship
with them. At present the member
ship is thirty-five, and those tbat are
In are determined to get with theui,
not only the fourteen who have proven
wayward, but they intend to make it
the strongest council in the city.
That imprudent Tramp.
Mm. bimon Sehener bad nn experi
ence with the tramp that visited Fa
ther Christ's residence on Tuesday,
prior to bis visit at the parsonage Sae
offered him a cheese sandwich, but be
refused the lunch and thought he
would fare better at the priest's honse.
Michael Miller, the Cedar avenue
undertaker, offered the same follow
work earlier in the day but was told to
pive his work to some one that wanted
Father Christ's house nee tin to be
the inecca for tram pa. Three consecu
tive nights last week two different men
called and asked the price of a night's
lodging. The men got '.' ceuta each
for three nights, but the two that came
the fourth night fell into Officer
Flaherty'a hands and iustead of snver
they were treated to leather.
No Money to Expand.
A TribvnK reporter asked Park Com
missioner Colonel Ripple yesterday if
there was any work it bout the park that
eouid be done to advantage. Colouel
Ripple replied: "Men might he put to
work, for the sake of giving tueui em
ployment in blasting out drives and
waiks, but tbere is no money. Besldea
the money appropriated by the city,
we have expended $2,000 that was givsu
ua by Mr. Conuell.
Motorman Thomas J. Gallagher has
been confined to hla room since Sunday
with a severe cold.
Druggist H. Q Haak has returned
from a New Year's call on his parents
at Pine (irove.
The Carpenters' union and Bidenger
Vereln attended the funeral of Friduliu
Michael Kelly is a candidate for com
mon council in the Twentieth ward
and promises to stay till the polls close.
Dk. Woon's Norway Pink Syrlt was
Seed for years as a prescription by a inc.
toilful physician, it Is in all respects the
test cough medicine made todar. told by
ill dealers on a guarantee of satisfaction
13 and 85 Lackawanna avenue. Every
lay from 0 a. m. to 10 a. in. Round steak,
lie.: sirloin steak, 14c.; standing rib roast,
!oc. ; chuck roast, 8c.: boiling meat, 4c;
ireab pork, 12Xc. ; pork sausage, 12)40.
A very pretty wodding was solemn
ized last aveuing at the houi' of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas J. Williams,
the former being inside foreman
at the Manville colliery. The con
tracting pirtlas wcr Miss L'zzie
Williams and Albart Lewis, of North
Man nveuui. At precisely 8 o'clock
the bridal oonple euterad the ptrlor
where the ceremony wis perform I,
Rev. D. P. Jons, pastor of the Tab
ernacle Congregational church, of
which the young lady is a member,
The house was prettily decorated and
brightly illuminated for the occasion
and a large number of friends and rela
tives were present. The bridesmaid
was Miss Edith Reese and the grooms
man was William William), a brother
of the bride. The ushers were John
and David Williams.
After congratulations the guests, of
whom thare were many, sat down to
an excellent wadding supper. The
young couple were the recipients of
many beautiful as well as useful pres
ents, and are well known ou this side
where they have a host of friends.
They will reside with the groom's
mother at the corner of Mitn avenue
and Swetland street. Many out of
town people were present.
Mrs. Evan Buried.
The funeral of Mrs. Mary Jane Kv
ans, wife of Dauiel Evans, of Avenim
C, Lellevtte, took placi yesterday after
noon aud wb3 largely attended. Im
pressive services were con J uc ted in tne
First Congregational church ou South
Main avenn by Rev. David Jones, as
sisted by Rev. D. P Jones, of the
Taoernacle Congregational church.
The rioral off-rings were numerous and
beautiful. Interment was male in
Washburn Street Cemetery. The d ill
bearor;! were Evan Evans, S imusl J.
Davis, David Thomas, George Morgan,
John Jenkins and John Edwards.
Car Collides with a Wagon.
TheSwetland street electric car, No.
37, collided with the Eureka laundry
delivery wagon on S wetland street
yesterday morning. Tho laundry wagon
was coming out of Decker's court and
was unobserved by the motorman
Owing to the narrowness of the street
the driver could not get out of the way
of the car, which was coining down the
grade, The wagon was badly damaged
and the driver ;had a narrow escapo
Ferecnala and Newi Notes.
Mrs. Gom-r Price, who has been
visiting friends and relative in Wales
for the past two months, has returued
Laokawanna council of Royal Ar
canum ini tiatod two members last evening.
S. D. Str enter, of Cornell university
is calling on West Side men us.
John T. Jones, of Nanticoke, has re
turned after spending it few days with
friends on Eynon strode.
Alfred Moses, of Eynon street, is
able to be about after a severe attack
Miss Nellie U'Malley, of Wilkes-
Barre. and James Flnnerty, of Hones-
dalp, are gnests at the home of M. F.
Wymbs, of Jackson street.
Misa Aunie Morgnu, daughter of B
G. Morgan, is visiting friends at Brook
Mrs James Connors, (f North Broin
ley avenue, is seriously ilL
Mr. and Mrs. Albert E R'enyou, of
Westerly. R I., who have been visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lot Lud
wig, of North Hyde Park avenus, re
turned home yesterday.
Palmer Williams, of South Main
avauue, has resumed his studies at
Bucknell university, after spending
tlm holidays with his parents.
Lewis Price, of Avenue D, Bollevue,
Is convalescing after 11 severe attack of
James Harris, of Evans court, and
Christopher Robertson, Daniel Robert
son und David Jones, of Rebecoa av-
enne, have ibturnod from a visit wh'h
friends In Suamokln
The employes of the Diamond mines
were paid yesterday.
Mrs. Frank Harrison, of Piedmont,
W. Va., who has been visiting at the
home of C. R. Schryer, on South Main
avenue, has returned home, and wut
accompanied by her mother, Mrs. J.
The Delaware, Lnckawanua and
Western Railroad company will p ay
their employes at the Bdlevue, Dodge
and Oxford collieries tomorrow.
Louis Bnnnell, of Prio street, has
returned from North Carolina. While
visiting there he shot several deer, and
brought two young live fawng homo
Fatlnltaa and B aok Busaar Produced bv
the taker Company.
The Baker Opera company produced
the tuneful opera. "Fatinitz 1," at the
Academy yesterday afternooa, The
work of the principals was very good
and was liberally applauded. One of
the most pleasing features of tbe per
formanc was tho reading of Miss Bes
sie Howard in tho second act. As an
elocutionary effort it was excellent,
and showed Mis3 Howard to be the
possessor of more than ordinary ability
as a reader.
In the evening a crowded house at
tended tbe presentation of "The Black
Hussar." Tli" leading members of the
Baker organization were happily cast
Hnd the opera was sung with much
vim. Arthur Wooley created much
laughter by bis udmirable comedy
work, in which he was ably seconded
by Miss Joel Intropidl, who has cre
ated a very favorable impression dur
ing the present engagement by her
clever methods as a comedienne of the
"Fttlke," which will be sung by the
Baker company this evening Is one of
tbe best operas in the repertoire of the
PROCEEDS FOR THE POOR FUND.
W E are goins
to do business in our
by the middle of this
Show at Wonderland This Afternoon for
This Bpiclal Purpma
This afternoon at Wonderland will
be especially sot apart for the benefit of
the poor and the proceeds of the show
will be turned over to Mayor Connell
for the alleviation of the wants existing
in all parts of tbe city.
The eutertaininent being given at
this house this week is one of the bast
Manager Davis has ever offered the
public and ho especially asks that
largo crowds turn out to-day. The
dancing of Loie Easton and the char
inter changes and dancing of Kitty
Smith are excellent. " Haukey
Pankey," fcthe comic pantomime of
Harry J. borne, u a very laughable pro
RETURNING DEATHS AND BIRTHS.
Assessors Comply ins -with the Provis
ions of tho New Act.
Tbe assessors of the county, outside
of tbe cities of Carbondale and Scran-
ton, are making their returns to the
county commissioners of tbe deaths
and births in their districts for the last
half of the year 1893
It is tbe first return of the kind the
assessors have ever made and is in con
formity with tho act passed by the last
legislature with regard to vital statis
tics. Tho assessors receive 3 cents for each
birth and death returned. Cirbondale
andScranton are exampt from tho pro
visions of the act as they already have
systems for obtaining vital statistics.
SUPT. S. T. JONES INJURED.
A Falling- Timber Kaock Him Down a
Shaft at William A. Colliery.
S. T. Jones, superintendent of Con
nell & Co s. mines, was paiufnlly
injured at the William A. colliery at
Duryea last evening.
He was overseeing the sinking of a
shaft when he was struck by a falling
timber and thrown down the shaft.
He was picked up conscious and was
taken to tbe home of bis brother. Drs.
Fnlton and Connell were summoned
from this city, but apprehend nothing
serious, as no nones were broksn.
CHURCH ORGANIZATION AT TAYLOR.
Ona Will Be Formed Ibis Evening by
A committee composed of Rev's. P.
H. Brooks, N. G. Parke, D. W Skel
lenger, Elders W. G. Parke and 0. H.
Mattes, will organize the First Presby
terian church of Taylor, this evening
at 7 30 o'clock in tbe Preabvterian
church at Taylor. Rev. D. W. Skel
lenger will preach the sermou.
The exercises will be full of interest
and all are c r ii 1 y i, v.L ? I t) be pres
ent at this nietirtg.
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A Trip Through the Colum
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French Coney Capes, Mf inch's deep ,.. 3 00
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Monkey Capej, " "... 15 00
Nat Otter Capes, " 20 00
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Nutria Capes. " " .. Q to
Seal or Persian Caws " " .. . S6 00
Alaska Seal Capes, " "... 85 00
Alaska Seal Capes, " - 50 00
Mink Capes. " " .... 30 00
Brawn Murten Capes " ' S5 00
: CAPES 22 INCHES DEEP.
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Highest Cash Trices Paid for Raw Furs.
Skunk $1.60. Mink $1,75,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
MONDAY, JAN. K.
Gould Returns From Maine
a Trophy of tils Skill.
J. A. Uoulil and wife returned to the
city yesterday from Hanger, Me.,whors
they spent Christinas and New Years
with the friends of their youth.
Mr, GrOttld hronght back as a trophy
of his prowesses a sportsman, a fine
deer which his nnerritifr aim broa ;bt
down nmonK the Mains forests Th. s
snowfall hns been unprecedented in
the "Pine Treu" state, and at present
there are no less than three feet on tne
level. The thermometer 1ms reiristered
as low as thirty degrees below zero.
EIGHTEENTH WARD DEMOCRATS.
The? Nominate Candidate for SelrC.
and Common Count!'.
The Oemicrats of the Eighteenth
ward held a caucus at the regular poll
iug place "on Seventh street Tuesday
aud nominated aaOdMUtfll for the
common anil select council.
Tho vote resulted as follows:
common council A. F. Hean. (1
J. Noone. 1C: M, Morris. 4S
select council M. lium a, 1U0;
Cawley, 32; James Kally, W,
EDITOR SAM W. BOVO'S
They Are Bright and Ua chy and Will
EJitpr Sam W. Boyd, of tbe Wilkes
Burre News-Dealer, is one of the most
versatile and clever journalists in
Northeastern Pennsylvania. In addi
tion to beinir able to writo a readable
FOURTH SEASON OF CONTlNl'ED BOO
Comedian James B. Mackie,
US "GRI MESEY Mc GOV
Grimes' Cellar Door.
A Hevlsed Titce A New and Larger Com
pany. Novel and Beautiful Iduua lu
drew aud Danes. A Luughu
ble Farce Comedy.
Sale of seats opens Friday, Jan. 5.
BKOOKS, Supt. end Lacturar.
NIC KtniM Matmi;r.
Week commencing MONIiAY, JAM! A 111,1
Harry Thprne's Comic Pantomime.
THL'hbDAY AKIEBNOON S RECEIPTS
Are to be given to tho
Tickets to alt parts of the house, 25 vents
(jet them of the p -Hoe olfloers.
m- to buck ot balcony; KOo. to front of
balcony and rear ; . .ja- it-. 30i.opra chairs.
Performances at tW and KM p.m. Dovra
open at 1.00 aad 7.
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 stock
that ought to sell them all in one week.
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
Lard, per pound, - - .07
Lard, 10 pound pails, - - .75
Lard, 6-pound pails, - - .40
Lard, 3-pound pails, - - .25
New Orleans Molasses, - - ,12
Pure Sugar Syrup, - - . 12h
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 Tub3, - .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 g9
gallon jar, - - '
THE GREATEST NOVELTY OF THE AGE.
Valuable as a Souvenir of tho Fair.
QUITE EASY WHEN YOU KNOW HOW
3300 IN PR1ZKH WIM, Bii DISTRIBUTED TO THOSE DOING Til I;
l't ZZliE IN THE SHORTK9T SPACE OF TIME
FOR SALE BY AI,L NEWS COMPANIES STATIONERS AND AT TOY
STORK, OR SENT TO ANY ADDRESS UPON ItECEIPT OF
PRICE, SB CENTS, BY
COLUMBIA MANUFACTURING CO.,
112 AND 114 SOUTH EUTAW STREET, BALTIMORE, MD.
The only safe, sure an,
reliable Fomnle PILL
ever offered to Ladies,
ed, to married Ladleo.
, Aek for JDR. KOTT'S PBKNYEOYAI. WIM aim tako no other.
i& Send for circular. Price $1.00 per box, l-si rr (Sj.OO.
tor Sale by C M. U AltHIS, DruggUS, 147 Pauu .Vveuue.
Preserves in large tumblers,
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 thev 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.