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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 28, 1894.
HI Ht(.l) StVtKtlY CUT.
Osorg-a Ziutell th Vlotim of Stone
Geor?e Z In tell, of Tenth Btreet, re
ceived a deep gash oq the right side of
the bond yesterday afternoon while
playing foot ball with sereral oompan
. iona on the Little Woods grounds.
Dorinpr the pme a qimrrel arose be
tween Zinteil and the crowd known an
the "Patugonin boys." It resulted in
Zinteil got into an altercation with
Jess Phillip, of Fourteenth street, and
the latter picked np a hnje stone, ii rul
ing it at the bead of bis opponent. Ziu
tell was stunned by the force of the
blow, but on recovery went to Alexan
der's Eotel, near by, where the injury
was dressed. A warrant was sworn
out for the arrest of Phillips, Charles
Lewis and Rogue William, all of
whom reside In that district. The
Warrant will be served today.
HONORED THE IVORITES.
An Eatertainment Is Bsndered in
Their Lodz Boom,
A pleasant entertainment was given
last evening to the members of Robert
Morris lodge. Order of American Trne
Ivoriies, in Clark's hall. David Owen
presided. The progmmme opened with
a selection by a qnartette consisting of
Will Reynolds, Emerson Owen, David
Owens and Walter Jones.
It was followed with a deolamAtion
ly D. Jeremy Davies entitled "Spar
tan"." - In the absence of Connollman
. Robathan, a short address on the
welfHre of the society was given by
Dr. B.! G. Beddoe. Emerson Owen
was prevailed npon to reoite the
"Miser,"' whlcb he did in n excellent
manner and depicted the exerncintinK
ngony of the miser with fine effect.
The affair closed with a selection by
LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
Maurice Forbes, of Carbondale, is visit
' ing friends on this ai le.
Miss Caroline James, of Avondale, is
visiting friends on this side.
Undertake Will Price, of South Main
avenue, was in Pittston yesterday.
Miss Gertie Koerner, of North Lincoln
avenue, is recovering from an illness.
William McFarland, of Drifton, is the
guest of C. W. Lull, of Sumuer aveuue.
Miss Helen Keefer, of Carbondale, has
returned home from a vi.it with f rionds
Evan Tucker, of Carbondale, hns re
turned home after a visit with friends on
William James, of Braddock, Pa., is the
guest of Miss Kate Johns, of South Brom
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. George
Einerein, of North Sumner avenue, died
yesterday. Funeral private.
Howard t-mitn and family, of Eliza
betb, N. J., former residents of this side,
are visiting relatives on Tenth Btreet.
Conrad Shaw and William Faulkner,
who were arrested for stealing fruit will
have a hearing this morning in Alderman
George H. Nicholls and Fannie Beacon
were married on Wednesday evening at
Clark's Green by Bev. U. W. Bkellinger,
of the Washburn btreet Presbyterian
Every committeeman recently appointed
by tbv standing committee residing in the
Fourth, fifth, Sixth, Fourteenth, Eigh
teenth and the Second district of the
Twenty-first ward is requested to meet a
7.80 thiB evening at St. David's hall for
the transaction of Republican campaign
Eev. D. W. Skelllngor, pastor of the
Washburn Street Presbyterian chnrch,
last evening received his certificate of dis
missal from the Presbyterian board. In
udditional to the regular certificate, a
hearty commendation was given him by
tbe board for bis faithful and efficient ser
vices as pastor of the church.
Morgan Jones, of Mears' sale stables,
and ilits Lizzie Brenneman, of West Lack
awanna avenue, were married on Wednes
day evening at tbe parsonage of the Wash
burn Street Presbyterian ennrch by Rev.
D. W. Skellinger. The bride was attended
by Miss Sarah Davis, and the groom by
Charles Brenneman, a brother of the bride.
The young couple are well known and
have the best wishes of their friends.
Tbe Ladies Aid society, of the Wash
turn Street Presbyterian church, held a
delightful social last evening at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. William Fink on Wash
burn street. An enjoyable evening was
Kpent in a social manner and tbe menu
served by tbe young ladies was an excel
lent one. The affair was given for the
purpose of raising fnnds to purchase car
pets for the new edifice which is now un
der construction, nud a large amount was
A great feature will be a mock trial
which will be held on Monday next by the
Chi Upsilon society of the Washburn
Street Presbyterian church. The affair
is creating great interest, and a large num
ber will attend. The defendant, D. A.
Stone, is charged with the heinous crime
of stealing bricks from the old church.
Horace Keen will act as sheriff. Th at
torney for the plaintiff is Maurice Miller
and for the defendant, D. W. Morgan.
Other parts will be taken by Artbnr Clark,
James Griffiths and Frank Thornton. All
are invited to attend,
W.NTEO 10 KILL HIMSLLF.
Dsspsrate Action of Henry Colts at the
Henry Coles, who llvos over Ather
ton & Co.'s store, concluded yesterday
afternoon tbat he bad lived long
enough, so when he was attending the
raees of the Gentleman's Driving club
he pulled out revolver and was about
to kill himself when he was seized and
the revolver taken away from him by
Special Officers C. A. and F. Wilcox,
who locked him np.
When he was searched a number of
papers were found on him showing
that the deed was premeditated.
NORTH END BRIEFS.
Mrs. S. R. Henwood, accompanied by
her sister, left Wednesday morning tor a
weeks' stay at New York.
A party consisting of sixteen of onr
prominent yonng people en joyed a straw
ride to Waverly last night.
George Dickinson, of Fonner & Chap
pell's stores, went to Wilkes Barre yes.
terday, having received word that his
brother was dying. ,
The ladies of the Primitive Methodist
church, on East Market street, are pre
paring for their annual bazaar to be Held
on Nov. 5, 0, 7 and 8.
Mrs. J. Davis, (Llinor Taf) of Johns
town, Pa., will lecture on "Marriage Not
a Failure" in tbe Calviuistio Methodist
chnrch on Wayne avenue tonight.
An important meeting of the Emerald
society will be held Sunday afternoon at 4
o'elecK in O'Donneil's hall. All members
are requested to be present.
The F. P. D. F. dancing class will open
in O'Maller's ball on next Thursday even
ing. Peter Baltry will be the instructor
and Miss Eate Sol try pianist.
Robert Bherwln, of Henwood's drug
tote, and Jacob Sohlebel, of Depot-street,
'eft yesterday morning for Philadeldhla,
vhere they expect to outer the College of
About 1,500 people gathered at tbe tout
last evening to hear Mr. Bliss' eloquent
-ernion. The prafee service led by Talllie
Morgan was enjoyed by a very large num
ber of people who couldn't stay till the
sermon was over.
O. D. Myers, tbe well-known railroad
man, who lost two fingers of the loft band
in an accident on the Delaware and Hud
son rsilroad last November, has opened a
grocery store at 1831 Providence road. Mr.
Myers' health is none too ragged, and
after the accident he went West in the
hope of benefiting it. He was advised by
bia physician upon bis return to give up
railioadlng, and has therefore embarked
lu the grocery trade.
A large number attended the lecture of
E. W. Bliss on "John the Baptist." It
was preceded by a short praise service.
Rev. George E. Guild led in prayer. Mr.
Bliss spoke on the testimony of John con
cerning Christ's blood as found in the
twenty-ninth verso of first chapter of tbe
gospel according to St. John and laid
great stress on tbat passage found in the
l.-.tb, Iflth. 17tb, i!tb verses of the 17tb
chapter of the same gospel where it says
that a Christian is not of the world but of
heaven, even as John was sent from
heaven to preach God's word to men, so
Christians must so live as to leave ex
amples for men. Mr. Bliss will lecture to
day on the apostle Peter which will end
The Women's Christian Tempernnco
union meeting which was held ill the Zlon
Evangelical church on Capouse avenue
last evening was well attended. The
meeting was opened with prayer by Rev.
G. L. Muice, pastor of the above church,
aud tbe reading of the Scripture by Hev.
A. F. Chaffee. After a recitation by Miss
Eva Dorsey, Mrs. Frano Vail gave a very
interesting address outheUuion, which
was followed by Mrs. Benton T. Jnyne
singing "There Are Ninety and Nine."
Miss Mabel Mallory recited "The Prohibi
tion Ladder" very tonchiugly. After
short addresses by Mrs. Hiorus and Rev.
Alrich, of the Grace Reformed church,
Miss Eva Dawson told of "The Price of
OueDriuk." A number of persons joined
the uuion at the close of the meeting.
STRUCK BY CARS.
Willis Dunleavy Severely Injured Yes
terday at South Works.
Early yesterday morning Willie Dun
leavy, the 14-year-old son of Mrs.
Dnnleavy, of Pittston avenue, had a
narrow escape from death at the South
work?, where he was employed us a
He went into the blast engine room
to look at tbe . clock aud ufterward
rnshad out across the tracks tbat rnu
between the engine room and the mill.
He did not stop to see that nn engine
and a trip of cars wero bearing down
upon him. The foremost car of tbe
trip strnck him and he fell to the e!d
of tbe track, where his body was badly
brnised from being rolled before the
trip was stopped.
His escape from death was miracu
lous. The" ambulance removed him to
his home and Dr. Manly dressed bis
injuries. List night he was resting
STREET RAILWAY EXTENSION.
South Siders Will Be Abls Soon to Bido
The prolongation of the Sonth Side
and Greenwood street car line has
reached the Delaware and Hadson
railroad tracks at Moosio. To this side
of Avoca from Hugbestown borough
tbe tracks have beau laid this way and
there is now but a short link or rail be
tween Moosio and Avoca to be built.
Altogether it is not probable tbat more
than six weeks will be required to com
plete the road from this city to tbe Lt
high Valley depot on Water street,
The company that has the contract
of putting up tbe polls and stringing
the wires began to work at Greenwood
yesterday. As soon as tbe road is
ready for traffic- it will be operated.
Tbe fare from this city to Pittston will
likely be fixed at 15 cents.
SOUTH SIDE J0TTINC3.
H, C. Haak visited Pittston friends last
Miss Llllie Krilllck, of Willow street, is
visiting in Allentown,
Street Commissioner Philip Klrtt is at
tending to active duty again, after his late
Philip Graf, the South Washington
avenue botelkeoper, who had been ill is
atteuding to business.
Frank Dickert, of Prospect avenue, re
turned home yesterday from Nanticoke
where he spent a week.
Cards are out announcing the marriage
of A. J. Mulderig, the Pittston avenue
grocer, to Miss Annie E. Hcliale, of Dun
more. Mrs. Jacob Sontntr, of South Washington
avenue, whose hand recently was pain
fully cut from a broken bottle, is able to
use the member.
Miss Katie Campbell, of Pittston avenue,
leaves today for her uncle's home in Phila
delphia, at which place she intends to re
Mail Carrier Richard Grimes, of this
side, and John Coyne, of Miuooka, will
compete in the pigeon shoot at the base
ball park this afternoon.
"Tom" Hughes an old offender, had the
street to himself yesterday afternoon for
an hour and no one dared quiet him. Offi
cer Schmidt bad the nerve to do it and
succeeded in arresting the war-like young
The social of the Scranton Athletic club
Inst night at Germania ball was a most de
lightful affair, attended by a crowded list
of young folks. Schmitt's orchestra was
engaged to play, and the quality of music
furnished was bigbly appreciated.
The Young People's Society of the Gor
man Evangelical St. Paul's church, corner
Prospect avenue and Beech street, will
hold an ice cream social Friday evening in
the church basement. . The following pro
gramme will bo rendered: Song, by the
society; soprauo solo, Miss Lizzie Fischer:
male quartette, Rev. Ed Lang, J. Brnmer;
A. Noiz, M. Ross; recitntlon, Miss Emma
Hofskey; duet, Misses Bertha and Emma
Notz; baritone solo, Ernst Gloor; violin
solo, Jobn Brunner; duet, Mrs. Edward
Lange and Miss p. Schweuker; recitation,
Miss Kate Heimann; song by the St. Paul's
Chnrch choir; duet, Rev. Edward Lang
aud Burnett Gloor; violin solo, J. Brunner;
sopraao solo, Mrs. A. Kebrle; dialogue,
Messrs. J. Bollinger, Henry Moor, Chris
Boeckenkaup. Admission tree.
Ecran ton's Business Interests.
Tm Tribune will soon publish a care
fully compiled aud classified list of ths
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Scranton
and vicinity. Tbe edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully Illustrated with
photogravure views of onr pnblic build
ings, business blocks, streets, etc., together
with portraits of leading citizens, No
similar work has ever given an equal rep
resentation of Scranton's many indus
tries. It will be an invaluable exposition
of our bnslness resources. Sent to
persons outside tbe city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
new comers and be an unequalled
advertisement' of the city. The circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good
results to those concerned as well as the city
atlarge. Representatives of The Tuibuns
will call upon THOSE) whobh names
are desired in this edition and explain
its nature more fully.
Those desiring Views of their residences
In tnis edition will please leave notice at
Mrs. Thomas Early, of Jessup, is visiting
her mother on Drinker street.
M.Chamberlln H spending a' week vis
iting friends in White Haven.
II. E. Spencer's new double honse on
Webster avenue is completed.
Mrs. Emma Barthlow, of Salem, is visit
ing at Emory Black's, on Drinker street.
The Young Men's Institute of Dunmore,
will bold a social on Oct. U in Odd Fellows'
Work has beon commenced, excavating
for the new home for the Friendless build
ing near the Oral school.
Dr. O. J. Chamberlain, and G. W. B.
Allen attended a meoting of tbe Presbytery
at Wilkes-Barre Saturday of this weok.
Cards are out announcing the coming
marriage of Miss Aunie Mcllale, of this
place, to A. J. Muldcrrig, of South Scran
ton. Mrs. Loe Smith, of the Dunmore Hotel,
who has been ill along time, left yesterday
morning for Philadelphia where she will
enter a hospital for treatment. .
Elmer Space, an employe of the Spencer
Coal company, had tbe misfortune yester
day afternoon to get caught between two
culm cars and had oueof his thighs broken.
The funeral of Jacob Weber, who died
in the City hospital, Newark, N. J., will
take place thiB of teruoon at 3 o'clock from
the residence of his orother, Theodore
Weber, on Driuker street.
The Pequest tribe No. 837, Improved
Order of Rod Men, will bold a publio in
stallation and entertainment Thursday
evening, Oct. 4, at Odd Fellows hall. The
entertainment will consist of recitations,
vocal and instrumental music. Every
The Dunmore members of ths order of
Touti, that failed a few months ago and
went into the hands of a receiver are re
joicing ovor the fact tbat they are soon to
receive the money tbat they had put into
the order. This is good news to a number
of Luiimore families who toiled bard to
pay heavy assessments .during the bard
Yesterday the friends of Olive Mowery
met at her borne and made the little miss
a birthday party, it beiug her third birth
day. About twenty children were pres
ent and made her many handsome pres
ents. Ice cream, cake aud fruit were
served. The time was one that will not
soon be forgotteu by all the children
Tbe mystery surrounding tbe death
of who was supposed to be Cormao Mc
Monigal, of Hazleton, who whs run
over and killed .on the Lehigh Valley
railroad last Saturday moining, baa
been bleared. Tbe dead man, it has
been discovered, is Tnomas Moran, of
Carr's patch, Scranton. Previous to
his death be worked at the Stevens col
liery on tbe West Side. On tbe day
previous to his death Moran, in com
pany with Monigal, William White
and several otbers were at Stnrmer
ville. Moran and White later started
for town and tbat was the last seen of
him alive. McMouigal called on Poor
Director Louis Hai belaud described the
clothing so accurately as to leave no
doubt iu tbe minds of the authorities
tbat the body interred was Moran.
Tbe investigation of alleged corrup
tion in connection with the letting of
the paving contract will be continued
this morniug at 0 o'clock.
A suit for damages in the sum of
$10,000 has been commenoed against
Thomas Murphy, of Wyoming. The
prosecutor is William S. P. Morgan, of
the same borough, who alleges that he
was married in Docember, 1881, to Ann
W. Morgan, with whom he has since
lived and that Murphy has alienated
ber affections. In bis statement be
says "that aaid Thomas Mnrpby did on
April 23, 1801. in this county, and at
other times, entice tbe said Ann W.
Morgan to separate herself from him
without his knowledge" and that ber
affection for him has been totally alien'
John Roach, aged 70 years, an old and
much respected resident of Sebastipol,
died Wednesday. For years be was
employedin tbe capacity of carpenter by
tbe Pennsylvania Coal company. He
is survived by tbe following children:
Elizabeth, Annie, Mary E Matilda,
James, John and Thomas. The funeral
will occur this (Friday) afternoon at I!
o'clock. Interment will be mads in
Market Btreet cemetery.
An attempt was mads to rob the
Lackawanna and Bloomsbnrg junction
station late Wednesday night during
the absence of the watchman, Mr.
Hawk. The thieves succeeded in
breaking the money drawer, but
tbe thonghtfulness of Mr. Hawk in
taking the money with him left noth
ing to reward the thieves for their
The funeral of the late Elias Hughes
occurred yesterday from the family
residence on Exeter street, West Pitts
ton. Tbe remains were open to pnbiio
view from 11 to 13 o'olock and hun
dreds of friends took occasion to look
for tbe last time npon the features of
the dead man. Services were con
ducted by Rev. W. S Jones of the
Hyde Park First Welsh Baptist chnrch.
He was assisted by Rev, W. D. Thomas,
pnstor of the Welsh Baptist chnrch of
this place. At 1 o'clock the fnneral
cortege left tor Scranton, where the
remains were interred in the Forest
Hill cemetery. .
George Sherman, of the West Stde,
who died a few days ago, was bnried
yesterday. Funeral services were held
at the family home on Delaware ave
nue. Tbe Rev. G. C. Lyman, Metho
dist pastor at Wyoming, officiated, and
he was assisted by the Rev. D. M.
George, pastor of the First Congrega
tional oburch. The remains were taken
on the 1.43 Lehigh Valley train to
Lynn, Susquehanna conuty, for inter
ment Real faith never crows weak bv hav.
ing to wait. Sufferers taking Hood's Sar-
saparma ior cnronio complain ta snould be
put tout and the result will be satisfactory.
Hood'b Pills act easily, yet promptly
and efficiently, on the liver and bowels. 25J
C ITUATION WANTED ABOUT NOVEST
Hltnation as inaiinKing lionsoknoper or com
uer i. uv amiuu o arou American luriv: o
panion, or wouiu nsHisc witn llifht housework
aud sowing; also compotoitt to assist lu busi
ness, Address '., Truth ullico,
OlTUATION WANTED - YOUNG MAN
O desires situation of some kind, tlood ref
erences. Address D , Tribune oltlce.
OlTUATION WANTED DRESSMAKER
C would like to go out by the day or take
tewing at home. Address M. 212 Spruce
OlTUATION WANTED YOUNG MAN
C3 desires a .situation as book-keeper. Ex
perienced and good references. Willing to
begin on small waos. Address J. W. L. 4U7
WANTED-HITUATION AS SALESMAN,
Imokkeeper or slilppinK clnrk.by young
man with five years' experience. Address
E. O. SHERHIC.. 1420 Wyoming avenuo.city.
Y"OUNU LAOY WOULD ,IKE PLAIN
X sowing; will go out bv tho day or at
home. AddresB 804 Spruce street.
SITUATION WANTED BY A WOMAN
to do house cleaning or iffltvH, or wnuhing
by the day. Address J. C, 8.10 Twentioth
street, Hyde Park.
N ACl'IVIt R tilAHF MAN, WITH
Bood references, of middle aire wish
employment Quick and correct iu figures,
five years erporieuco as single entry book
keeper and clerk. Will work for any wages
that will pay board. Addresi W. B Tribune
Wants of all kinds cost Uiat much, when
paid for, in advance. When a booh ac
count it made, no charge will be leu than
t5 cents, l'his rule applies to all small
want tds, except Situations Wanted, which
are inserted FREE.
A IfANTED -ACTIVE BALE8MEN TO
' v handle our line, no oeddliuir. tialarv.
S75 per mouth aud expenses paid to all. Uoo'ls
entirely new. Apply quickly, f. u box ikud,
GE T8W A N TKDE VERY W HE it E TO
sell the latest aluminum novelties, enor
mous urollls, sells at nitfht, delivered free, se
cure territory. Sample in velvet lined case
witn full information, 1U. Catalogue free.
Aluminum Novelty Co.. Kii Broadway, New
ONLY MEN OP GOOD ADDRESS WANT
ed for retail trade dopartuiont. Kalnry
stated upon Interview, 9 a. m. Room 2U, over
V Ntand. Inquire at U01 Spruce street, cor
ner of 1'enn avenue.
TEWLY PAINTED BUTCHER WAOON,
1 worth $1IIU, will be sold for 877; also,
some low-priued carri iges,at HELKIEUbL'S,
Locust street, near Cedar.
"noR SALE A FOLDING BED. IN PER
l1 feet order and used but very little; con
tains a mirror and linen chest; manufactured
by A. 11. Andrews He Co., Chicago. Address
"FoldlUK Bed," Tribune.
OQUABS IN ANY QUANTITY, 118 CLIFF
TOR RKNT ONE-HALF STORE. 120
1 Penn avenue, S'-tO per month.
1WR RENT NICELY-FUK.nIBHED HALL
suitable for lodiio rooms. JOHN JER
MYN, UV Wyoming avenue.
Furnished Rooms Wanted.
1?OH REST-SUITE OF ROOMS FOR
1 eentleman and wife or gentlemen. 4U4
Horses at Auction.
day, Sept. 28, at 1 o'clock, sound, young,
well-broken work horses. W. B. MOORK.
rpiIE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE MEM
J. kers of the Pennsylvania Oral school for
the deaf will be held at the otlloe of the secre
tary, Third National Bang building, on Sat
urday afternoon, Sept. 2V. at o'clock, for
the election of tour directors for three years,
aud such other business as may properly be
brought before HUch meeting. Tbe board of
directors will meet immediately after, for
HENRY BELIN, Jr., Secretary.
MX) WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: THIS IS
J to notify all persons interested that Mr.
lid ward Freeman is not authorized to collect
any money for us ou any account whatever.
We will not rocognlzo any receipts given by
by him In bis or our name. All payraonta
must be made to lie or onr attorneys, Watson
& Diehl, Commonwealth Building, Scranton,
Pa. 1L KOEHLEft Ss CO.,
New York City.
VOU WANT THIS RELIC REPRINT
J. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly War
Illustrations lil-lSil'i. Two Volume Folio,
I1U.SO; payable mouthly. 2.00. Delivered by
express complete, prepaid. Addre P. O.
MOODY, U1B Gibson street, Scranton, Pa.
BLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, MAGA
zines, etc., bound or rebound at Tub
TumuNl oillco. Quiok work. Reasonable
MEAL TICKETS CAN BS HAD AT 144,
corner Spruce street and Franklin ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets for fi.10. Good
application will be mala to the Court of
Common I leas of Lackawanua county, or one
of the law judges thereof, ou Sept. 24, 1SH4
at 9 o'clock a.m., by John T. Edwards, Evan
.1. Williams. William J. Jenkins, John R.
Richards and Thomas Lewis, under the aot
of assembly of tho Commonwealth of Penn
sylvania, entitle 1 "An act to provide for the
incorporation and regulation of certain cor
porations." approved tho 21Hhof April, 1S74,
aud supplements thereto, for the charter of
an intended corporation to be called "Hyde
Park Lodge, No. 'Mi), Knights of Pythias of
the Stateof Pennsylvania," the character and
object of which is tbe maintenance of a so
ciety for beneficial and protective purposes
to Its members from funds collected therein,
and for those purposes to have, possess and
enjoy all the rights aud benefits ot said act of
ai-aeiubly aud Its supplements. Said applica
tion is now on tile in the Prothonotary's office
of Lackawanna county as of No. Ut4, Septem
ber term, is'.H.
H. L. TAYLOR,
W. H. LEWIS,
I PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING COAL
for the county jail until June, 1KI.", will
be roceived at the county C0'nmis.'ionor8, of
fice until Monday. Oct. 8. next at IU o'clock
a. m. The commissioners reserve the right to
reject any or an diuh.
Sept. 27, 1SS4.
SVILL TAKE PLACE AT
Scranton Base Ball Part
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, AT 9 A.M.
There was never a shoot of this kind in
Lackawanna county, why not turn out bring
your frionds even if you do not shoot TeU
your friends about it. The winner of a medal
becomes the absolute ownor. The following
are the prizes:
First prizo, presented by Green Ridge Gun
club, $o gold medal.
Second Prize, presented by Green Ridge
Gun club, $UU hammei less guu.
Third prize, presented by Lumber dealers
of Scranton, fi gold stop wateh.
Fourth prize, presented by George W- Schla
gor.handsomo gun case.
Fi th prize, presented by E, R. Parker, split
bamboo fishing rod.
Sixth prize, presented by A. W. Jurish,
Seventh prize, presented by Ooorgs W. Feb
ton. hunting coat,
Eighth prize, presented by Alex Dunn, Jr
sportman s umbrella
The rules are 21 yards rise, use of one bar
rel only and only IW ounce shot allowed. The
boundary will be the fence which encloses the
grounds. Each shooter will shoot at 2o live
pigeons. All tl b to ho shot oil at five birds
each. An admission of 2.) cents will bo charg
ed, grand stand free. The publio is cordialy
There is at the present timo 28 entries and
til y are the crack wing shots of north east
orn Pennsylvania. We expect to have at
least 4i) entries which will take ovor 1,0110
pigeons to de eld" the contest. IVe have ro
ceived a number of entries from Wilkes Barre
and Luzerne c unly . There will he no soiling
out in this matoa, every sbo iter will shoot the
shoot of hie lire.
There has been nothing in years that has at
tracted S'ich attention as our ooming shoot.
Take Providence or Peckville car from
Scranton to hall park.
All entries will clote Sept. 22.
Address all letters to
GREEN RIDGE GUM CLUB,
BOX 600, SCRANTON, PA.
COME AND BEE US
CONCERNING THE PRINTING
YOU NEED SOON.
We can pie
your taste ana
wants. Get an estimate.
The Scranton Tribune Job DcpL
209 WASHINGTON AVE.
Is anywhere made than is manufactured right here
in Scranton by the
Notice is hereby given that auc
tion sales will bo conducted daily,
at 2.30 and 7.30 p.m., in the store
of C.W. Freeman, Jeweler, corner
Penn avenue and Spruce street.
The sale is positive and no goods
are reserved. Proceeds will be
applied to liquidate creditors'
JOUX E. LEWIS,
Manager for Creditors.
Hats and '
We will show the latest conceits from
London and Paris, together with many of
our own original ideas. Every lady of
Scranton and vicinity is cordially invited
H. LANGFELD, Successor,
324 Lackawanna Ave.
These crisp cold
days will probably
bring to your no
tice that you need
a new outer gar
ment this season.
Have you decided
We would ad
vise you to buy
early. The styles
are settled and
prices are sure to
Visit our new
CHEAPEST IROH BHDS IN
Wdi. Linn Allen & Go.
Boy and sell S!ockn,Bon(ta and Grain
on Now York Exeaaag and Chicago
Board of Trade, aitiur fur eaak or on
412 Spruce Street.
t3TLocal Stookt a Spolaltr.
lialonef Oil anil
Hi TO 151 MERIDIAN ST.
Atlantic Refining Ca
Vaoafactaren and Dealers tit.
fflflminatin and Lubiicating
Linseed Oil, Kapthai and Guo
lines of all grades. Axle Greasa,
Pinion Grease and Colliery Coin
potind ; also, a lurgo line of Par
rafflae Wax Candles.
W a1n handle the Famons CROWN
ACME OIL, the only family safety
burning oil in the market
WILLIAM MASON, Manage
Offles: Coal Exchange, Wyomia AT
W orka at I'ina Brook.
Yes, sir! Wa
have a special-
c ist here to US
you who doei
T and have your
I eyes fitted in
a scientific manner.
423 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Booms 1 d 2 ComiMsaltli Bid's,
MINING and"B LASTING
Hade at the MOOSIO and BUSH
Lafflin & Band Powder Co.'s
ORANGE GUN P0WDEB
Electrlo Batteries, Fuse for exploit
ing blasts, Bafety Fum nd
ftepaunoChemical Co.' High Explosive!
ESTABLISHED 1806. 80,000 IN VSE,
Instrument In eyery sense of the term as
anil ed to Pianos. . ,
Exceptional in holding their original fulness
NEW YORK WAREHOUSE, No. 80 Fifth
113 Adams Ave. New Telephone Bdg
There are a great many cards,
iphlcts, circulars and other
advertising matter constantly being
distributed among (he public.
Not everybody has a taste for read
ing. Have your printing done in an
attractive and novel style.
Draw people's attention by some
thing catchy and rarely seen.
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE
is able to please you in every
it- IV yft-fc. IW.
; respect. LiMm.