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Til K SCRANTON TKI BUN ft-S.Vii ftDAY JAjYILARY H, 1894.
I P'P6 1
I Valves I
service Bt Ilia Dunmore Presbyterian
church tomorrow afternoon Are requester!
to reach the church not litter tunn !i
o'clock. Books will be furuiahetl each
linger and Tallie Morgan will conduct,
THE SCRANTON SUPPLY
AND MACHINERY CO,
S. V. Hal), of
Eev. It. C. Hughes
Scranton, wa? in Taylor
Nbrrman & Moore
120 Wyoming Avenue
508 Penn Ave.
A. B. WARMAN.
HEARS & HAGEN
Offer for This weel
A new line of 4o inch
ali vool Bourette- Stripe
Cheviots, niade to
: ; yards
you 2.o:. or
Matting's, Rugs, etc.
WILLIAMS & McANULTY.
W yamir.g Ava
Un Urisvrold. mother of Deputy Siisr
iff Id, died yesterday.
Ha-ea Brothers' orchestra will hare a
benefit at Tamer hHli Jan M
A 7-month-old child of Mr. r.ud Mr).
Charles H. C'brieu, of Petersburg, aieJ
At the Bescue aiistion cn Sunday ITtn
lc the aervices will be coudiioted'by Mr.
deiderwolf, the former euoerlntendeut.
Mayer Conceit hag approved Mr. Du
Liggs resolution that directs tho police to
tuep all curbatonu vender.! of fruit in ma
tiOB. Mr. Blockman. of Willow street, died
yesterday. Her children are reported as
being badly in need of some one to care
The proceeds from the benefit oerform
t.nce given at Wonderland on Thuraday
ufternoon for the benefit of the poor fund
will amount to K300.
David Davis, who was arrested by fcer
geant Spelltnan Thursdav night for steal
ing two watches was held in W0 ibail last
evening by Mayor Connell.
A Sag ballot will be used at the Four
teenth ward caucus The voter will put a
cross before the names of the candidates
far whom he intends to vote.
Ueorge Marshall, an apprentice In the
Dixon Manufacturing company's muchlne
shop, had his foot badly crushed yter
day. A cylinder head fell on it.
William Brown and Joseph Woergei, of
Providence, wore before Mayor Conueil
Isst evening charged with stealing ti-i.'U
trom Mrs Newton of Wells street
Martin Gibbs, of Locust street, a year
old boy, was picked up by the police yea
wrday. He claims that his father is dead
nud that bis mother has deserted him
A deaf and dumb woman came in from
New York on the Jersev t.'eutral iast ovhu
Inf. She was sent to the Girl's Friendly
t-ociety at 1 Mulbeiry street, by the po
The Baker Opera company will present
"Fra Dlavolo" at the matinee at the
AcKdemv today. "Robert Macalre, or
The Two Thieves, will he sung this even
ing. Ayonng man was last evening accused
ot paaaing u counterfeit dollar at Ziealer's
hotel. He tol d the police that he had not
civeu the bar tender a dollar, and his story
Today will be children's day at Wonder
laud theater, and all nuder 14 years of age
will be admitted tor A cents aud given a
seat. The show is rlrtt-claas and pleaies
all classes of people.
At the Methodist preacher's meeting in
the Elm Park church next Monday morn
ing. Jan. 8, Rev. George Y. Price, of
Avoca, will read an article on "Liivine
Providence and Human Ageuci '
A woman nr.med Healy called down
maledictions on Mrs. W. H. Duggau's head
in the city ball yesterday because Mrs.
Ditggan, acting for tbo Associated obari
ties, decided she could not help her.
The ordinance for opening Fillmore ave
cue on land donated by the Delaware,
Lackawanna aud Western compnuy has
been approved by the mayor. The com
pany will beotempt from grading aud
paving assessment along the portion given
to the city.
Attorney J. 8. Ooartright, of Montrose,
Is itt the city endeavoring to get Chief
Fsrber to enter a contest against the ohlef
of Bingharnton for a belt. The Montrose
company Is the Rough aud Ready aud ex
Judges Hand and Jeisup were among its
The free lesson in music sight reading at
the oung Men's Christian Association
hall this afternoon at i o'clock will be at
tended by children and youug people from
every part of the city and neighboring
towns. School teachers are espsuially in
vited to be present,
The members of the Sacred Music society
who will sing at the Ralph Gillam revival
from New York
Dr. McRraw. of Oarl.ondnlB, was in the
city lust evening.
Judge Sittser, of Tunkhatinock, spent
yeBterday in tne city.
A. D. Powers, of Wllkes-Barre, was a
Scranton visitor yesterday.
John Durltln, of Rcrnnton, called on
friends in ( arbondale yeterday.
W. K. Rirkert, of this city, visited
Honnadale acquaintance yesterday.
Mrs. John Lyman, of Scranton, is visit
ing friends and relatives m Moscow.
ilrr,. Spall, hns beon withher parents,
Mr. and Mrs. James MoAndrew, of Haw
ley. Alderman S. S. Jones, of Oarbondale,
called on friauds ia the court house yester
day. C. J. Jforler. of Sonfh Morjtrose, has
'been visitiuif frisods in S-rii'irou rc-
Miss Anna Clark, of Fittstnn, is the
guest of Miss Annie Kennedy, of Fraakliu
Henry Williams, of this city, passed
part of the holidays vrith his friends in
Tallin Morgan takes charge of the music
at the First I'.eebyterian church tomorrow
Attorney John S. Ccmrtrlght, of Mon
trose, shook hands with friends in the city
K. W . KeiloT, of Green F.idgo, nttended
the funeral of the late William Roasor at
0. W. Scbndt attached biijautcrraph to
the repister of the Allen aon3t.' Honea
Misses Alice and Anni9 Burke loft yes
terday to resume their studies at Edea
Mrs. Sj. O'Doanell. recently patted a
.veek's vacation with her fnend Mrs. John
Eroderick. of H;; ley.
Professcr B Fercy -Jaaiej. of Harletca,
vrho has beeu ia town for a icw days, re
turns homo this morciaf.
0. 5?. Handrlok having sold ti Montrcs?
lot business will, it u raid, take up his res
idence la Scrautoa again.
Mr. aud Mrs. Thomas F.oach and Will
iam Moriarity, of the South Side, have re
turned from Sparrows Poiat; Md.
Patrick Muihenu, of the firm of Mul
lierin i Judgf aud J. M. Pihodes, of Eim
huist. left for the South yesterday.
JoMpbin Luxenbsrger, Who has been
visiting the Youngbloot t family at Tay
lor, has re'.urucd to her home in Hyde
Says the Pottsviile Miners' Journal:
Miss Arcbbald, ot Scrantou.is visiting her
brothers here, who are interested in cual
tuiuiug at Llewellyn.
Mrs. Munco Vi'iiiiaras, of IK' Monroe
avenue, Who has been laid up with a
severe attack of grip l ... tho past three
weeks, is convalescing.
Rev. August Lr.nge pastor of the Hick
ory Street Presbvteriau church leaves this
morning for Germany. Philip Bram
bacher will accompany him.
Mn. E. A. Scull, of Ash street, was in
tionesdnle yesterday. She visited the
Maple Citv to install the new ofilcers of
aptniu Ham Circle, Ladles of the Grand
Army of tho Republic.
This is bow the Wilkes-Barr Times puts
it: "Miss Nelile Beamish, a bright Scran
ton musician, ha3 composed a marca
Which she has hamed 'Thirteenth Regi
ment March. It has a catc i, brilliant
swing and bids fair to strike popular
S. A. McMullen, one of the trustors of
the Masonic Hall association, of Carbon
dale, was in Scranton yesterday morning
and concluded the negotiations with John
Jermyn for the puichase of the latters
bi'jci: on Salem avenue. The consideration
Says the Montrose Democrat: "C. P,
Bell, of Scranton, was iu to.vu Monday.
Mr Bali Is busy these days looking after
tne interests or the Heeley Institute, a:
Scrauton, of which he is mauager. He
says the institute is well pstronicel and
is making remarkable cures.''
ndwofd T. Thomas, of Scranton, at one
time n.-.u.-. superintendent for trie Dela
ware Lack&r.-unna and Western Coil com
pany, was a visitor here yesterday, ' says
tne Pottsviile Miners Journal. "He was
accompanied by his son, Daniel, who Is
successful druggist in the same city."
Aii Were Filled at tbe ABunal Meeting and
ARJA WILLIAMS IS COLLECTOR
T. H. Jones Choten Treasurer for
Another Term, and Five Out-door
Physicians Elected and Their Salar
ies Fixed The Other Officers of Ihe
Board and Home All Re-Elected,
after by a reception committee consist
ing of M. F. Brown, H, J. Butler, John
Gibbons, T. J. McGouldvick, M. T.
Howell, P. H. Gllleran. J. J. Scott,
Jamea McDonald. M. J. O'Toole. Dr.
P. L. McGraw. Dr. J. F. Sultry. At
torney H. J. Murray, Attorney M, A.
McGinley and John H. Jordan.
The committee in charge of the
dance was F, H. Jordon, E. O'MalW,
James Clifford, Frank McDonald, John
J. Coyne, James Gay nor, P. J. Cole
man, John Bulks, Jamos Flynn, M. E.
Hanley, R. J. Murray. P. J. O'Reilly,
Jauiea McCurty, Joseph J. McNully,
T. J. White and Peter Snyder.
RF.V. RALPH GILLAM AT DUNMORE.
PICK SURRENDERS HiSELP.
Denies That He Murdsred John Fate of
Michael Fick, tbe alleged muruerer
of John Page, of Mnyfield, came to
the city yesterday and surrendered
himself to County Detective Shea who
had u warrant for bis arrest. Fick
wns accompanied by his attorney. Jo
seph O'Brien. Detective Shea took the
prisoner before Alderman Wright.
who committed him to the county jail
pending a hearing on Monday after
noon at o'clock.
Fick save that he went to Yonkera,
N. Y., on Dec. 27 to visit relatives and
w.-ia first informed bv n letter sent to
him by his wife that he was Buspected
of tbe murder of Page. He returned
at once and gave himself up.
dt denies liaviru; murdered Page
U.i the night ot Luc. Ml rick says
that Page nine to Ins house and in
suited bis wife. He put him out and
that was the last he saw of hini. There
are witnesses, however, Who olaito to
have seen Fick assault Page
A few hours after the time Fhk says
be vi'cted Pnue from his house, the
latter was fouud ia an unconseious con
ditioti in a coal shed a short distance
from Fiefc's house.
County Detective tibea has been
prosecuting au active aearoh for Fick
for several days past.
THIRTEENTH WJKD DEMOCRATS.
Attorney Thomas F. Wells Chosen Noml
nas for School Controller.
The Democrats of the thr e iiistricts
of the Thirteenth wnrd met Thursday
oveniug at Wettleton's (nil on Green
Ridge street. Mr. r. t. Plarau wus
chairman and James Kearney was
secretary. T. F. Wells received
the nomination for school controller by
The following election otlicers were
chosijii for the dift'sreut districts.
First 'District James Tompkins. re
gister of voters: James Maloney, judge
of election; Peter Lynn, inspector of
Seoond District P. H. Kearney, re
gister of voters , M. G. Jackson, judge
of election ;E H. Long, inspector of
Third District James Pace, register
of voters, Joseph .Sharp, judge of eleo
tion; J. F. Hollerau, inspector of elec
FIRST SERVICES IN NEW CHURCH
The first regular session of the poor
hoard for the year wi was called to
ordor by Director Gibuons. President
Liuigstaff.who has been very ill for the
past thres months, was present for the
first time since he was taken 111. Direc
tors Tropp, Shotten, Williams, Mur
phy and Mn. Swau wen present.
Under the heed of director's report
Mr. Lynett reported that he had kc
ceptsd 30 from a men named Hestine
in settlement of case. H ;!eo road
the report or the directors for the year,
which was adopted.
Superintendent Bseraer's report for
December showed that the number of
inmates in Hillside home Dc. 1 was
103. admitted, 13: discharged, 10.
Total number of inmttes Jan. 1,100;
male?, 117; females, 4S.
Hesident Physician Evans report
stated that the nnmbsr of prescrip
tions filled was 43S; deaths, 4; sane pa
tients, 90; insane. -13. Number in asy
lum Dec. 1, 131; admitted. 7; di -ehurGed,
3, remaining Jxn. 1, 135. The
out-door physician, Dr. Ganster, re
ported having visit-"! 14 old esses. 46
i;e cases, zay.de 193 visits, examined 4
XELiS? AQgNTS REFOiVi.
Mrs, George Pettlgrew. relief agsat.
reported that she had investigated 123
out of 152 cases and found a lout three
fourths of them very worthy. The
case3 had been btlpod by the charitable
II K. Ciivanaugii. of the Car bond ale
Poor district, presented a bill for .$13 :
for the cart of John Loftus. whom he
claimed was a charge on this district.
Loftus lived here twelve years ago and
has since established a reti lonce no
where. The matter was referred to
Director Shotten aud Attorney Scragg
Dr. Paine reported 5 old OAtM, 1C
new oues, n visits made, i birth, 1
t'nder the head of new business Mr.
Gibbons thought that the new men s
buildiug would bej too small in a few
years, and that it would be better to
put tne women in that building und
the men in the building now occupied
by the women. Mrs. Swan believed as
Mr. Gibbons did, hut Mr. Shotten and
Mr. Willinnis fought the project. Mr.
Gibbons moved that the matter be
referred to the home committee and
such action was taken.
MYMQ out ADVBr.Tisisa.
Director Tropp asked for information
about publishing the annual report of
the directors, rla wanted to Have it
printed iu tbe Free Presa and Wochen
dlatt. aud Directors Shotteu and Wil
liams sustained bim.Mr. Gibbon3 mov
ed to amend that Thk Tribune, Re
publican Truth and Times be
udded to the list of papers Mrs
Swan seconded the motion, and it was
carried by a vote of 4 to 3, Langstaff,
Gibbons, Murphy find Mrs. Swan vot
ing aye, and Shotten, vwllinms and
Tropp voting nay,
immediately upon aoiournment of
the poor board. Director Gibbon
moved that the bonrd proceed to re
organize at once aud Mr. Murphy was
callml to tne chair.
Irs. Swan nominated W. 3. Lang
staff for j. resident, and there being no
other names mentioned he was elected
by acclamation. J. Lynett, tbe
present secretary, whs retained in that
position Mr. Williams nominated
1. tl. j ones for treasurer and
Mr. Gibbons placed the name of
J. J. O'Boyle before the directors
Mr. Jones who was iruaatrer
last vear was re- elected, the vote being
5 to 9 in his favor. The nume of Arj
YYilliuius tor collector of poor tuxes
was proposed by Mrs Swan. He was
the only nominee and was unanimously
elected as was John F. Scragg for the
position or attorney. I'M home otfi
cera. Ueorge w Heemer, superintend
ent. Mrs. Jennie Lieemer, matron
Benjamin F. Evana, resident phvsi
ciac, were all choaen by acclamation
FIVE OUTDOOR PUTSICUSS-
Wheu the order of electing outdoor
pbysieians waa reached Director Shot
ten Btutea that be had a sobome which
would be for tbe benefit of the poor
people who were taken ill. It was to
appoint nve pbyaiclans aud divide the
district up into five sections. He
would divide them iu the following
or.ler First Wards one,two,tliree,flrst
dlitrlot twenty first: secoud Wards
four, five, six, fourteen, fifteen, eight
een,econd district twenty hrst . third
Dunmore borough and Tenth ward ;
fourth- Wards eleven, twelve, nine
teen, twenty, fifth wards seven, eight,
nine, sixteen, seventeen. He proposed
to pay the physician the same amount
they received before ouly divide it into
five party. Mr Tropp suggested that
they be paid as follows- First district,
$180 Second district, $3u0; Third dis
trict, 100; Fourth dutrict, 000; Fifth
district, yM This was agreed upon
and tbe elections of physicians pro
ceeded with. It resulted as follows:
First distriot, Dr. W. A. Donne; Sec
ond district, Dr W. A, Paine; Third
district, Dr. J. R. Murphy; Fourth
district, Dr. Manley; Fifth district, Dr,
P. F. Gnuster.
On motion of Mrs Swan the salaries
of all other officers were ti:d at the
same rnte which prevailed last year.
Mill.' Assistant to Bsgln a S tries
of Evangsllstlo ftlestinfts.
The evangelistic services to begin in
Dunmore Presbyterian church tomor
row morning promises to be of great
interest to all who may atteii'L'-
Rev. Ralph Gillam, the asafKtant of
B. Fay Mills, will conduct the services.
Mr. BroiltOD, well known to many per
sons of Surautuu as a ;;ood eoloist. will
nocompHny Mr. Gilhim in his work. A
special inviturion is extended to all.
The City and Scranton Gas and Water
Company Given a Hearing Be
fore Judge Gunster.
Th 'So iwauu-alicai; CanBreaalton Will
Ocoupr Their New Building.
The first services in tho Zion Evan
gellcal ohureh, at l-l':.' '.spouse ave
nue, of which Rev. J. W. Messinger
pastor, will be beld tomorrow. Preach
ing uy me pastor at iu.au anu oy uev,
A. H. Irvine, presiding elder of Lewis
burg district, at 7.30 p. in. Commun
ion after evening sermon.
On Sunday, Jan. 14, the ohureh will
be dedicated. Bishop W. M. Stanford
will officiate. A number of miniaters
from a distance will be present
ARGUING INJUNCTiON CASES,
OFFICERS OF Nay AUG COMPANY
EUcied at a Usetlng
At the annual election of the Nay
Ausi Hose company held last night the
followidg officers wer elected Preai
deut.G. R Suydum; vice preaident, W.
Seeley; recording secretary. W. E. Gil
boOl; financial aecretaty, N. L. Griggs,
treasurer, J. J. Kline; trustees, D.
Schoonover.M H. Horu.G. R. Suydatn,
W. Schoonover, G. Shay; property
clerk, P H. Weitner, foreman, M. H.
Horn ; first assistant, P. H, Weitner;
second asslatant, W. Scboouover, pipe
men, D. Sohoouover, H Brown, W. S
Kreealer; engineer, E. Page atoker, N.
L Griggs; driver, !'.. L. Mayer.
ANNUAL INSTITUTE SOCIAL.
It Was Held at M-ssl's Academy Last
No more pleasant social event has
been beld in Siegel'S Academy this
season than last evening. It wus the
annual social of the Central City Conn
cil of the Young Men's Institute, and
drew together a merry party of yonug
people from this city and its vicinity.
Professor Saf t furnished the music for
tbe oarefullv arranged programme of
dancer, arid John J. Naltlu was master
The pleaaure ef all present was looked
Judce Gunster yesterday afternoon
in chambers listened to arguments oa
rules for continuing the preliminary
uianctions obtained "by the city of
;f!ranton BMlnttttM Snranton Gas and
Wafer company and the ?:ranton Gas
;.u w ater coinnanj Against- tne city
t Scrauton. City Solicitor Torrov
Kppeared for the city undoes-Justice
Alfred Hand and Attorney I. a. oarua
for the company.
The matter at issue is the power of
th city to pass no ordinance defining
tbe manner in which the company
ball lay its pipes Tho ordinance pro
vides that before opening aay ctrosv
the company shall obtain a permit
from tbe street commissionsr. uud if it
be a paved street deposit a sufficient
sum ot money with tne city treasurer
to enable the atreot commissioner to
repair the pavement.
The company openea a atr?.jt in v;o
lotion of tbe ordinance nnd was en
joined by the city. Another injunc
tion eniomed the city trom interfering
with the company in opening streets
which is a right said to be granted to
it by its charter
Mr Torrey made the hist argument
He said that it was uecesaajy for publio
safety to have regulations with regard
to the opening of highwaya to make
improvements and that such regula
tions have to be general, he Ola not
deny the charter rights of the com
pany, but hold that the ordinance does
not contravene tnese rignta. tne ordi
nance hhving brien passed in con
formity with tbe police powers granted
to municipalities by the legislature-
All legislation granting charter
privileges, he held has the implied re
servation that the privileges are sub
ject to reasonable police regulation
The city had to pasa a general ordi
nance with regard to the regulations
prescribed and could not pasi one for
tho Gas and Water company and an
other for other companies and indi
viduals. The permit is required that
the street commissioner may know
what streets are beinc opened and in
what condition they are left after the
improvements are completed.
Mr. Burns nrgoed that by the terms
of the Gas ccWater company a charter,
the city was debarred from imposing
such restrictions as are set forth in its
ordinance He declared that the city
had no right whatever to compel tho
company to obtain a permit every
time it wanted to open n street
and pay money into the city
treasury to enable the street com
misaioner to do work that its own
skilled workmen could perform in a
more satisfactory manner.
Tbe company wonld not object to
reasonable regulations, but this ordin
ance was not what it purported to be,
a regulating ordinance since it does
not attempt to regulaie. Tbe taking
out of a permit he said was uot a regu
lation, for the very word permit sig
nified the granting of a right from a
superior to an inferior power
Ex-Justice Hand said that the char
ter of tho company gavo it great pow
ers, but they were necessary to carry
out the purposes of its incorporation.
it the company fail.; to perform in a
proper manner its duties in connection
with the laying of its pipea the city
might have an action against it
to compel it to do so, but
by its ordinance it ia endeavor
ing to shift the responsibility of seeing
that the streets are properlyj repaired
after excavation! are made by tbe com
pany from the shoulders of the com
pany on', to its own. The pipes hava to
be repaired all hours of the day and
night, and it Would be burdensome,
the speaker said, to compel the com -
pany to have to seek the street com
missioner whenever it It necessary to
open a street tor any purpose.
Judge Gunster reserved tbe deci
ftsr fcsnr.tr OS
How many have taken vow9 of absti
neuce with the birth of the new year is
perhaps hard to estimate, but we now
know that such efforts are futile agaiuat
inveterate habit, a habit which has become
a disease. There was a time when it
tvculd have been easy to quit, but having
neglected to do so the habit continued un
til by the coustaut or fr (pietit use of the
poison there was forced a change iu the
nervous system whiuh madx it uot only
possible to drink, but necessary. Then
you could drink a good deal and not seem
to get drunk, but you also found it neces
sary, to keep you feeling gnod and you
'craved liuuoi" because yon had become
diseneed. Now (bat swearing off does no
good and the pledge can't be kept, go and
make your resolution good for all time by
taking treatment at the Keeley institute,
rti Madison avenue, Srauton, Pa.
Tbe RuJIdliip. is Compietfd and Ready tor'
COMMITTEE HAS ACCEPTED IT
An Excellent Description of the New
Congregational House of Worship
on the West Side The Auditorium
Will Have a Seating Capacity of Fiye
The new and magnificent building of
the Plymouth Congregational church
nu Jucltson street between Main and
Hyde Parle avenue, is completed and
will bo formally dedicated tomorrow.
Tho church building committee met
Architect John A. Duckworth and th
contractor, William R. Williams, in
the auditorium of the uhuroh yesterday
afternoon rnd accented the bnlldini; as
! The oi mansions oC the bftUtliOff aft
i0 by SO feet with mi auditorium on
the westerly tide of 10 by i feet. Tne
tower on the northwest corner ia 13 by
13 feet and is 7" feet high. There is
also a tower un the eastern corner
whicble llibyTD feet and 00 feet in
height. B.-twoan these towers Is a
large portico, by wiiich the visitor en
ters through two massive oak doors
lending to the auditorium and gallery.
The vestibule is covered with inlaid
" 2 -
Thiit woltro hoadqliartors for pvrrj-thlng In
the line of WATCH KM, If you have any idea
ut pntfthaalno any kind o! a Watch, lady's or
Kent's, itold at wilvor, you will maken Krtev
MU mWtaln it you do not give us a call and
fit our prices, which you will find fr below
all otners, especially ia all the high grades of
KIkIU, Wnltliam and Ilnnipdon movements.
If you hare any doubin aud are at nil posted
on prices (ti urb cull unci wa will have no
tr-ctilili m corTlnrlu: on. v e n t ill hp-vr. Hr.-ru i
stock io ulspo o of. "anC will o'itr you von- 1
er.nl le.'jucomeitsj in -Towflry, Silrervero. '
Cloeks Md r.ll ofh-jr goods wblca we have m
C. W Freeman
Pi nn Are. and Sprnc9 St.
Ti'ILL 83AT FITS HUNDRED.
The interior nf tho aulitornin room
is 4.S by 6" fee, with aoating capacity
ot COO There is also -. gallery between
the tower which has a tiag capac
ity of fifty. In tho easterly tower lend
ing from the gallery is a very cocy
room for committee rajotings. yery
neatly furnished. In the auditornm
on the westerly tide is the choir plat
form with a seating capacity of thirty
three, adjoining which is tbe pulpit
platform two feet high, estonding :nto
tho av.ditotum ;n r. circular fcro.
Adjoining the pulpit platform is tho
pastor's study, a room 9 by 15. neatly
finished in oak. The auditorium is
finished in ash. Tho pew; ure set in
a circular form and are of a very hand
some design substantially built of
quartered oak. The windows are all
of stained glass of pretty design Cn
the e;;-teily side of tne building is a
very large circular window represent
ing the landing bt the Pilgritni on
Plymouth rock in the year 1030. Oa
the front window ie a scene represent
ing Christ and tbe two disciples on
their way to Emaus. On tbe westerly
aide is a pretty window representing a
leacemllng dova. lhe auditorium is
covered with carpet of nu attractive
The building is heated with hot air,
and is lighted with gas. in the centre
is a large chandlier with thirty jeven
lights, while scattered about the build
ing are eighteen brackets with three
lights each, making a total of fifty-four
The pulpit is a very hundsorna de-
sien.in quartered oak handsomely hand
carved. in the rear of the pulpit
Stand two largo oak chairs beautiful
upholstered, while iu front of the pul
pit stauds the communion table of oak
and ot a very substantial puttern with
two chairs on each tide. The chairs
are the same pattern as the ones on
Tbe church buildinc committee con
sist! of Thomas Eynon, chairman
alter wilkins, secretary: M. P. Dm-
iels, treasurer; T. E. Reynolds. A. B.
Eynon. Richard Owens; T. D. Evan
David Richards, jr., Arthur G. L.'wis
T. W. Phillips. W. J. Morgan, Eliaa E
Evans, S. B. Powell aud James Car
Kasic nam Ezclusivsiy.
Best made. Play any desired number of
tunes uautseni ar sous.. rnannraciurer!,
1080 Cbestuut street, Philadelphia. Won-
derful orrhestrial organ?, only to and till
Specialty Old music Doses carefully re
paired ana improved with new tunes.
Meak & HAQtN .
our h .j.i
For Furniture, Etc.
119 FRANKLIN AVENUE
5 Are worth going a long distance to 9
38 peo. No such collection can he S
S found nearer than New York or S
m Philadelphia, and then it in notsur- 9
S pasd in the matter of unique and 3
E exclusive designs, or richness, 3
S daiutiue.ss and delicacy of mate- S
3 rial. Iu a word, our Curtain atock Sj
3 this fall reaches our highest ideal
ofwhatia should be, nud cannot 5
B fail to meet tbe approval of the 3
H molt refined and artistic tastes. 3
3 Yet all this does not mean high 3
prlcoa. On the contnry.the value-, ffi
we now ofier are submitted for si
your inspection. Of course, we' vn I
every roske. end pmont them wil! I
he fevind the vry choicest crea- I
flora in Brussels, Irish Point, Swiss. S
Nottingham and other Lace Goods; S
also the New Snowfiake Swiss, 3
with fcllk Stripe in contraatiu- 3
coIctp. Also fnll lines of Silk g
ftiippp, Tapestries, etc, made to 3
j HILL & CONNELL
yon ever Huatmgton tried
mm or oysters
At Lackawanna avenue 413
Youil fond the nicest po nave
Open Until Midnight,
Hull's Furniture Store
205 MD W POKING W
Ok. C C. LACBxcn, denti3t, Gas and
Water company building, Wyoming ave
nue. Latest improvements. Eight years in
Our 11 ft H kid
gloves for gives
HUM 2. Haqen.
The regular sessions of the School of the
LaokaWaoM will be resumed on Mondav
raornins at the usual hours.
Dr, Hill & Son
Pet teeth, KM: be! sst, 6; for gold caps
and teth without plates, eallod crown and
bridge work, cull for prices aud . :.-i ..
TON ALGIA, for ettraetln leeiti withont
pkin. No father. No gas
OVER MUST NATIONAL BANK.
(ient's Fine White Shirts
.Mil & BaOMMi
for 20 cents at
Clam Chowder and Frst Luuoh
all day at tbe St. Cloud Hotel.
lUrgains iu Ladles' und Missea
Wool Hose at Mkars Haoeji,
JANUARY 6, 1894.
Your ohoictf of three beautil'ul
pictures, "Telephone (lid," "Do
litwikg Christuias Preseuts"
find "Miihk'us Kwlugiug." 8eud
by mail or uiessouger or iirinp;
coupons like this of three iliffer
t i.i dates, with 10 cetitB, ntamps
or coin, to
Cor. Penn Ave. and Spruce St.
R0 PI NC MISTLETOE, ek
Prices very reasonable. Space
will not permit us to rneutiou the
pood things for a i'bristtuas din
ner. Stock is complete. Anything
to be found in a first class market,
W. H. PIERCE,
OIL AND MANUFACTURING CO
ilHUufacturerj and Oealeri
BoioiiUj All Aani
lubncating U I L V Cjy5I
llso Shafting and Journal Greats.
OFriCK:-m West Lackawanna Aire.
WouKt) -Msridlan Slrat'.
Best Sets of Teeth, JS. 00
Itclnding the palnlen ettractlhg
oi teeth by an entirely new process.
S. O. Snyder, D.D.S,
18(1 WYUattNU AVf-
You can have
at Cost Price
310 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Per Cent, Discount allowed ia
Cloak aud Fur Department.
Special Reduction on all Winter
Prices on Millinery cut in
Agency lor Dr. Jaegers Woolen Goods.
Store closes at C.30 P. M., except Saturdays.
M. BROWN'S BEE HIVE
224 LACKAWANNA AVENUE