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Office Hours: jo"?1'80'
( 2 TO 5.
Mlis Bessie Weber, of Pleasant Valley,
spent Saturday in the city.
Miss Tessie Casick, of Lackawanna ave
nue, hag returned home from a visit to
Walter Gorman, of Penn avenue, has re
turned to Montreal seminary, where he is
Miss Nota Collier, of Pittston, was the
guest of Miss Maggie Burns, of Seventh
Patrick Corcoran and Michael Donahoe,
of Cedar avenue, will go to New York to
morrow on a business trip. " ' '"
Theodore Connell will leave next week
for Philadelphia to enter npon a course of
medicine at the Jefferson Medical college.
Mr. Chamberlain, of Dunmore. who is a
member of troop K of the Eighth United
States Cavalry, is spending a five days
furlong with relatives at Dunmore, where
he resided prior to enlisting. Mr. Cham
berlain has been stationed at Washington,
D. C, for some time past but npon the ex
piration of his furlong will go to North
Dakota to which place the troop has been
CENTRAL CITY TENT.
rirst Meetings In It Conducted by
Evangelist Schievera Two
The first of the series of tent meet
ings in the central city was held on the
vacant ;iot on Linden street opposite
thsconrt bouse yesterday afternoon
when Evangelist Schievera addressed a
large gathering In well chosen remarks
open the revival, basing his subject on
IlCnrouioles vii. 14, from whieh he
spoke earnestly npon the responsibili
ties of Christian people, their respon
sibility for sin and the responsibility
of Christian cbaraeter.
Mr.Sobievera's strong point on whioh
he succeeded in impressing his audience
was that God's people kept a judgment
from coming on the world and were it
not for the church we wonld not, be
declared, have the world. As a nega
tive illustration be quoted the remark
of two infidels "that they had no use
for the churob.but who when stranded
in a land of savages in an awful storm
thought that they wonld event
ually be eaten up by the cannibals
until they sighted a church steeple
when one exelaimed: "We are all
right and safe; there is a church her?."
If, therefore, the compact of God's
people could do so much benrged npon
them to be united during the soming
week and to pray for an especial favor
from the bands of God. He then dealt
with the power of prayer and cited the
ate of John Knox, who prayed God
that Scotland might be saved, and in
answer to bis prayer tbe Presbyterian
church sprung throughout tbe land.
In speaking of the singing at tbe gos
pel services Mr. Schievera remarked
that be did not want any "fancy sing
ing operatio tunes," but something
that verybody knew, and eonoluded
his address with a .flattering report of
tbe railroaders meeting on Friday and
the meetings held down the mines in
bis campaign np the valley.
In tbe evening Mr. Sehievera
preached to an andience which swelled
out beyond the limits of the tent. He
took his text from Titns ii, 14-16. and
spoke npon the "Grace of God" and
divided bis subjsct into two divisions.
1. What Is the grace of God. 3. What
tbe grace of God does.
Mr. Weeden sang three Solos last
evening with his aoonstomed skill, and
Interpreted the meaning of the hymns
with much clearness. Messrs. Schiev
era and Weeden, in conversation with
a Tribune reporter, declare themselves
thoroughly satisfied with Scranton and
believe that much good is being accom
plished by tbe missions. The singing of
yesterday's choir under the direction of
C. P. Whittemore was regarded as very
satisfactory. Mr. Schievera expressed
himself as being "after tbe masses"
and more than anxions in his endeavor
to reach and do good to those people
who do not frequent churches. Mr.
Sobievera in private life is more earnest
tban on tbe platrorm where nis humor
ous bent of mind seems to be an attrac
tion which succeeds when probably
otbsr methods would fall in sustaining
tbe cofitiasd iiterest of his hearers.
IIS FORJHE WEEK
Attractions That Will Be Seen at tbe Scran
SOME INTERESTING EVENTS
Louis Jamesjand Frederick Warde at
the Frothingham Tonight and
Marie Wainright at the Academy of
Music Pauline Hall on Wednesday
and the Burglar Friday Evening.
What Manager Davis Offers to the
Soranton's growth In importance as a
theatrical city U demonstrated by tbe
splendid attractions that are being
lulled by the local managers for the
edification and entertainment of our
theatre-goers. Yet in tbe face of the
fact that not a few of tbe best com
panies on tbe road are being brought
to this city, many croakers are beard
who declare that potbing fit to be seen
ever appears in Scranton. Those who
make such remarks in nine cases out of
ton never visit the theatre nuless some
one else pays the freight
At rare intervals they attend a per
formance in New York which fur
nishes them a text for uncompliment
ary remarks about the local theatres
for a year afterwards. Tbe theatrical
manager is not in tbe business for bis
health, and if first-class attractions
receive the pttronage they deserve
they are only too willing to book them.
Within two wesks Scrantonmns have
had an opportunity of seeing Rose
Coghlan and her company of stars in
two of the strongest drum as before tbe
puhlio; Thomas Keene gave a finished
portrayal of the subtle character of
Richelieu, and the original "Trip to
Chinatown" company, William Barry,
Lewis Morrison, Powell and others
gave olever performances. Plays of
an inferior quality were sandwiohed
iu, but the variety of attractions was
such that the discerning playgoer need
not err in his selections.
ATTRACTIONS FOR THIS WEEK.
This will be the most interesting
week in theatricals of the season thns
far. It opens with Lonis James and
Frederick Warde at the Frothingham
this evening in "Julius Cieiar," one of
tho most interesting of Shakespeare's
historical tragedies. Mr. James will
portray the ragged character of Brutns
and Mr. Warde will be seen as Cas
eins. Gny Lindsay, an aotor of ster
ling merit, will impersonate Marc An
thony and tbe other characters will be
up to tbe same high standard. Mr.
James and Mr. Warde Are seen at tbeir
best in "Julius Cieiar." They serve as
excellent foils one for the other and
give an interpretation of their roles
that is indorsed by the best Shakes
pearean scholars of tbe day. Theirs
is not a so-called modernized 'Jul ins
Cfeiar," but one that clings close to the
lines laid down by tbe king of English
pluywriters. The scenery and costnmes
are historically correct to tbe minutest
detail. The sale of seats indicates that
there will be a large house.
By a strange coincidence Marie Wain
right, who a few years ago was
Lonis James' wife and starred jointly
with him, will also be in this city to
night and produee here for the first
time her new play, "Daughters of
Eve, at the Academy of Music
' A FAVORITE IN SCRANTON.
Miss Wainrigbt is one of the pets of
the local tbeater-goers and is sure to
be greeted by a large house. The ad
vance sale of seats indicates as much.
Her new play is said to be one of ab
sorbing interest and deals with the
question of patting man and woman on
an equal moral plane. The idea has
been used by other dramaists in the
constrnction of some of tbe strongest
plays that have been seen on tbe Amer
ican stage during the last two years.
Miss Wainwright has surrounded
berseif with a splendid company. The
costuming will be a revelation, espec
ially for the ladies. Bauer's orchestra is
to be larger tban usual and will render
a number of special selections. A eornet
solo by Joseph Snmmerbill and a flute
solo by Thomas Bansobmann are among
tbe numbers on the programme.
There will be a performance at the
Academy every evening during the
week. 1 nesday evening Barney Fer
gnson will make his reappearance at
that bouse in "Duffy's Blunders,' a
new farce comedy written especially
for him. la bis company are May and
Belle Stewart, who will introduce a
number of terpsichorean novelties
Ferguson's supporting company is
composed of clever people.
PAULINE BALL WEDNESDAY EVENING.
Pool ton's new opera, "Dorcas.'' will
be produced Wednesday evening at
the Academy by Panline Hall and her
company. Always graceful, clever
and sweet voiced berseif, Miss Hall
does not fear to surronnd herself with
a capable company. "Dorcas" is an
operatio comedy, strictly speaking,
which is somewhat of an, innovation in
the operatic field, inasmuch as it does
away with large ensembles and gives a
strong cast of acting land singing
principles, including such well known
names as William Broderick, Jeanette
St. Henry, Kate Davis, Charles Brad-
sbaw and other.
Tbe greatest New Yotk mslo-dram-
atlo success, "Tbe Brooklyn iiandi
cap," will be given at the Academy
Thursday night. It tells a story of to
day, tbe characters coming from the
upper Btrata of New York society. The
emotional element is strongly sus
tained, and the climaxes powerful,
making an interesting story of real life
in tbe great metropolis.
Friday night that laughable farce.
the "Dazzler," will be presented at the
Academy by Cosgrove & Grants com
pany. It has been re-wriiten since
last seen here and many new features
have beeu added. "Wife for Wife," a
drama of strong human interest, will
be seen Saturday night at tbe same
AT THE FROTHINQHAM.
Thursday evening tbe London Sports
Big Burlesque company will occupy
tbe boards at the Frothingham. The
company is a large-one and contains
many good variety artists, vocalists,
etc. Paris gaiety girls in marobes and
dances, are a feature of the perform
ance. Sale of seats for the perform
ance begins tomorrow.
"The Burglar" is the attraction at
the Frotbingbntn for Friday evening.
It is olean, well written drama of great
dramatic interest and will be inter
preted by a fine company of players.
''Alabama'' will be given at tbe
same honse on October 4 as a benefit
for the Stage Hands' association. I
tails a delightful story of life iu tnu
' ' DAVIS' THEATER
The Watson Sisters Vaudeville com
pany made a deoided bit at Davis'
Linden Street theater last week. It was
a splendid attraction and drew
crowded houses at all the perform
ances, afternoon and evening. This
week Manager Davis baa equally ns
fine a programme to. present to, tin
public though of a different kind. He
will return to drama and on Monday.
Tuesday and Wednesday "Mrs. Part
ington" will be given and daring the
remainder of toe week "CamUle. " The
company that will produce these plays
lias been carefully selected and will
give them a fine interpretation.
PRIMARIES ON SATURDAY.
Delegates Eleeted to Three Oonveatioas
to Bs Held Tuesday.
Delegates were elected Saturday to
the conventions of tbe Republicans of
tbe Twentieth senatorial district and
tbe Second and Fourth legislative dis
tricts, which will be held on Tuesday.
Tbe two first named conventions will
be held at the court honse and that of
the Fourth district Republicans at
C. P. O Mai ley has been making an
aggressive fight for the nomination in
that district, and after the result of tbe
primaries was announced on Saturday
bis friends declared that he would be
nominated tomorrow practically with
In the seoond district A T. Connell.
of the South Side, is most prominently
mentioned for the nomination.
The primaries throughout these dis
tricts were quiet and orderly.
IIATTON HEARD FROM.
He Issues a Call for Another Repub
lican Convention in the First
Republicans of the First Legislative
district have variously interpreted the
call of H. C. Hatton for a convention
to be held Thursday to nominate a can
didate for the legislature. The conven
tion which met in May last nominated
John R. Farr, tbe present representa
tive, and the following call issued by
Mr. liatton is construed by Mr. rarr s
friends as an effort to dislolge bim or
affect his condidacy:
The Republicans of the First legislative
district of Lackawanna county will assem
ble iu convention at Armory hall Provi
dence, in the city of Scranton, on Thurs
day, the 27th day of September at 2 o'clock
p. in., for the purpose of nominating a
candidate for the legislature.
An eleotion for delegates to tbe conven
tion will bo held at the regular polling
places on Tuesday, September the 25th,
Detweon tne Hours or ana I p. m. - .aca
election district will be entitled to the
same representation as at the late county
convention. 11. (J. Hatton, Chairman.
Tbe olaim of H. C. Hatton to be
chairman of the Repnblican committee
of tbe First legislative district is a rem
iniscence of the Von Sstorcn-ifarr con
test for the nomination for tbe legisla
Two years ago when Mr. Farr and
Mr. Von Storch were contesting for tbe
Republican nominotion the friends of
Mr. Von Storch strove bard to have
new rales adopted. At aconvention to
select a delsgate to tbe Republican
state convention of that year, 1802.
Mr. Hatton, a North End man, was
selected chairman. Notwithstanding
that that convention was called for the
specific purpose of selecting si delegate
to the state convention, Mr. Hatton,
the ohairman, appointed a committee
to draft new rul.s and afterward called
anotber convention to ratify these
Tbe only material change made in
the oounty rules wss tbat the ohairman
of tbe last district convention, which
was Mr. Hatton, should preside at the
convention to nominate a candidate
for the legislature. Tbe county rales
provided tbat the ohairman of tbe
standing committee shall preei le at tbe
convention until a permanent organi
zation is effeeted.
Tbe friends of Mr. Farr hold that
tbe rales were not legally adopted.
The call for tbe convention of last
May wbioh nominated Mr. Farr was
made at 'a meeting of the Republican
legislative committee, for wbich meet
ing the aspirants for tbe legislative
nomination bad both written and verbal
notices. By a unanimous vote tbe
convention day and tbe time to
hold the caucus were named, Tbe
vigilance committees in every polling
place in tbe distriot recognized the call
and delegates I were elected at every
precinct in the district. Thirty-seven
and one-half delegates ont of tbe forty
nine were re-elected for Mr. Farr,
Of Mr. Farr's delegates four and one
half came from the North End; tbe
balance from tbe North End, eleven
and one-half, were for Mr. Gillespie
and tbe lute D. P. Thomss.
Of Bn.loeae and Shorthand.
Tbe best business since tbe college was
Both sessions largely attended.
This year a large nnmber of people find
it inconvenient to pay for tbe scholarship
on entering. The management has set
aside a fund of 5,(W0 to accommodate
those wbo wish to pay on the instalment
Persons interested are Invited to call.
F. E. Wood, Principal.
'Weddtd la the Tempi of Juatici.
Saturday afternoon William . Eitel, of
Carbondale, a young machinist of the Pio
neer City, and Miss Margaret Jenkins, 23
years old, of 215 Lackawanna avenue, vis
ited the clerk of tbe court's office and were
granted a marriage license. They were
anxious to get "spliced" right away, and a
ruf.-sonyor was sent post haste for Alder,
ninn Fuller, wbo promptly arrived and
pe lTormod the ceremony.
More Pillobury Flour sold than any
other brand made In the United States.
City and School Taxei, 1894.
Tbe city and school tax duplicates for
the year 1894 are now in my bands for
collection. Persons wishing to pay can do
so now, or any person requiring state
ments of taxes by giving ward aud loca
tion of property will be promptly
R. Q. Brooks, City Treasurer.
Municipal building, Washington avenue.
Ofllce hours from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m., ex
cept Satuurday, this ofllce will be closed
Cure for Haadaohev
Asa remedy for all forms of Headache
Electric Bitters has proved to be tbetvery
best. It effects a permanent cure and the
most dreaded habitual sick headaches
yield to its influence. We urge all who are
afflicted to procure a bottle and give this
remedy a fair trial. In cases of habitual
constipation Electric Bitters cures by giv
ing tbe needed tone to the bowels, and few
cases long resist tbe use of this medicine.
Try it once. Large bottles only Fifty cents
at Matthews Bros', drug store.
Pii.lrb dry's Best makes best bread.
We are prepared to furnish all
kinds of School Books and School
Supplies at short notice.
We always have in stock a com
plete line of Blank Books, Sta
jtioneiy and Office Supplies.
Wall Paper, Window Sliades
Pictures and Frames.
Mrs. Manchester Kidnaped Her Daughter on
FLED WITH HER CHILD IN A CAB
Went to Pittston, Where She Took a
Delaware and Hudson Train Her
Husband Gave Chase, but Was an
Hour Behind and Lost Track of His
Wife and Child History of the
At R A'sVtrtlr Cut n A a w f tmwnnnn An
Ppnn ttVAnriA nnrtAsittA Ttiw Tdidttww
office, rb darlDg a kidnaping feat wns
pupetrated m er.r has ocorrd in thin
or any otber city.
Afc im fnn met moA m aaK wnHaA
down Penn avenne, a woman about 30
years or age, arestea in deep monrning,
in motion, caught up a little girl from
me swewaiK, tnrust ner into tne oao
and ordered tbe driver to drive off in a
hurry. The child screamed, tbe woman
tried to stifle its cries and tbe cab
driver put the whip to the horses and
turned toward tbe West Side.
Toe full partiaulars of the case are
as follows: On Monday, Sept. 17, a
woman,80 years old apparently, dressed
in heavy mourning and wearing a deep
veil, engaged rooms at the St Charles
botel. Short lv after her arrival she
asked Mr. Keogh to ring for a messen
ger bov. Scaranlv a llnv nuaaail rolthnnfc
a messenger or two being sent by her.
quo regwierea as Mrs. Anna veig,
Sioux Hitv. T Th raanlt i-t k.i.
sages brought her stepfather, Jacob J.
U in . ....
onuuger, oi uuu r.ynon street, to tno
The name she attached to the rncria.
ter was a fictitious one, her proper
name being Mrs John Manchester.
Her hnsbaud is a painter employed at
tbe oar shops of the Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Weatarn railrna nnmn.n
and be boards d at Danner's boarding
nouie, iv Litnaen street. They have a
little daughter. Nettie, 7 years old, and
this is tbe child that was abducted
Mrs Manchester's actions
Returning to the nnmun at tho, fit
Charles hotel, an amount nFhar aHnna
Is interesting, Sbe did not let a day
pass without sending ont several mes
sages reoeiving as many in return.
Landlord Ksoch said that ha thrvnu-ht
she was a female detective. Her man
ner was mysterious and she was ex
tremely noncommunieative. Sbe
would sit for hours as it expecting a
visit from somebody, and was very ill
At noon Satnrilav aha nrdai-l At
Keogh to send for a cab and asked to
bave it at the hotel at 12.50 sharp.
Tbe cab arrived from Nealis' livery
ana was ariven Dy James McNamara,
an attache of the auhlni nt APA
leaving tbe botel the woman paid her
uiu anu oroorea tne porter to carry a
heavy satchel to the cab.
She went outside and directed the
driver to proceed down Penn avenue to
Pine Brook. After tbat she ordered
bim to make a tour of the city, and
about 3 o'clock she told him to retrace
his steps to the botel, at least that is
tbe story told by MoNamara. He be
lieved that she was sent out by Mrs.
Duggan on some child-iaving expedi
tion. When the eab got to the point where
the abduction occurred the woman
leaped out as is related. The act was
witnessed by a large crowd of people
and excitement ran bigb, although no
The kidnaper was a West Side girl
before ber marriage eight years ago
to John Manchester, wbo came here
from Eiston. Tbeir wedded life bus
been a stormy one and she left home
three times altogether.
LIVED ON PENN AVENUE.
Before ber last dissppesrance, which
was in tbe latter part of August, Mis.
Manchester lived with her husband on
Penn avenue. Sbe was an omnivorous
reader of yellow-covered literature and
dime novels and ber husband attributes
ber msd oapricis to this cause. He is
a painter employed at tbe Delaware.
Lackawanna & Western railroad car
sbops and makes good wages.
In AngOBt when she left home lie
learned tbat sbe bought a ticket for
Chicago. Then he broke up house and
went boarding with Danner's on Lin
His little daughter was with him
and he spared no expsnse to clothe her
and make hercontented. He heard that
bis Wife bad returned to tbe city and
tbat her Intention was to steal tbe
child. Then he gave orders to Mr.
Danner's wife to keep the child within
doors. Later he was told tbat bis wife
was not in tbe city and tbe news made
him relax his vigilance.
Saturday afternoon Mrs. Thomas
Gilbool, of 633 North Main avenue, a
daughter of Mrs. Danner, visited the
residence of her father and took the
Jaughtrr of Mr. Manchester out for a
walk. She had been out of tbe house
on the street only a few minutes when
the cab drove along and tbe child was
snatched from her by its mother, Mrs.
Gilliool resisted tbe attempt of tbe fu
rious mother bat was powerless to pre
vent tbe abduction.
Sbe then went to tbe car shops and
notified Mr. Manchester of tbe hap
pening, who pursued bis wife to Pitts
ton, -bnt could not overtake her.
Tbe woman, when the cab reached
the West Side, in answer to the driver's
question, told bim to drive to Wilkes
Burre. He refnsed to go there and she
asked him to drive her to Pittston. He
did this and let her off at tbe Delaware
and Hudson depot at Cork lane.
Her husband was an hour behind
time and lost track of her. He noti
fied Chief of Police Simpson, but noth
ing had been beard of the woman up to
last night. He thinks sbe will travel
west and, if possible, will send an of
ficer after bor. . .
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, The $40,000 School Hones
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be commenced immediately. There are
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Tbe 'championship gold medal and the
gold stop watch to be shot tor on Sept. 23,
are now on exhibition in tbe window of
Phelps drug store.
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Penn avenue and Spruee street.
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