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THE St'KAXTOX TKIlJUXE-Tl'JiSDAl' XOVE.Ullt , 1894.
is now going- on
at the Old Store,
322 Lackawanna ave.,
where the whole of
the wrecked stock
will be sold at prices
to interest buyers and
move the goods quickly.
Stationery, Fancy Articles,
Blank Account Books,
Wall Papers, Window
Room and Frame Mould
jugs, which have been dam
aged by water and smoke,
much or little, and must be
sold at some price soon to
clear the building for repairs.
And ahvavs have
MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE
TO THE TRADE BY
The Weston Mill Go.
THE GENUINE POPULAR
HRVE THE INITIALS
G. B. &CQ.
IMPRINTED OH ESCH CIGHil
Garney, Brown & Co. Mr r's
Court House Square.
PERMANENT CURE OF
A11 forms of Hernia .1 pedalty. Wo.l
liimwn Scrnntou physicians in charge).
GFN RUPTURE CURE COL, LIfiL.
?03 Washington Avenue.
Mr. anil Mr. J. O. Km-lio arc onirrtnlii
IliK Lieutenant J. W. .Ui-Andruw,, ol' tho
The inuny friend. of Juiiiph (!. Stevens,
of ijrecn liMpc, vill regret to heur of lilii
Mr. and Mr. C. 8. We.Hton have 1 11
welcomed home upon their return from
11 11 extended Kuropean tour.
Dr. M. J. Williams, of Houth Main uvo
mie, h:ui returned home after a tour of
the western stutes, which was accom
plished in ten days.
The marriage of James K. MeC'awlcy of
Jefferson avenue, and .Miss Anna Hochu,
of Gibson street, will he celebrated nt St.
i'eter'n eatheilml Nov. 4 at o'clock. A
reception will ho held at the residence of
.Miss Koche's brother, J. Hoche oil
Uibson street, after the eeremonv.
-MR. FARR'S WORK COMMENDED
Jly Secretory Mctinlrc of United Brother
hood of Carpenters and Joiners.
Philadelphia, Oct. 20.
John K. Karr:
Hear Sir 1 sincerely trusl you may l.o
re-elected to the state letftslaturo; i'our
course an a member of that body should
recommend you to the votes of all worl;
Intrmen, regardless of political party or of
private Interests. Your work, efforts
and votes In behalf of labor measures Ami
fair and honest leKhdatlon, should be in
dorsed by an lmmenso majority of the
citizens of your district. Vour course,
particularly In taking charge of the me
chanics' lien bill, demonstrated your Influ
ence and power as a member of the leg
islature. Though the bill Itself was sent
you late In the session, and tho changes
not one in ten to get It through, still by
your faithful, persistent work you se
cured special consideration for the meas
ure and it passed both house and senate,
1 hunks 10 your untirinir efforts. There Is
no question that there is great need for
a measure of the kind to protect the Inter
osts of mechanics and laborers eiiKURud
in the construction und repair of build
Iiikh. Today there Is a great deal of In
equality and confllctlons in our present
lien laws of Pennsylvania. Large losses
of moneys aro suffered by the working
men each year who have no protection, as
Ihey should have under the law, from dis
honest and insolvent employers and con
tractors. Btlll, contractors and employ
ers are fully Beeured and protected, and
why should not their workmen nud em
ployes be likewise secured? It was tho
original Intent and purpose of the me
chanics' lien law. that It should be pri
marily for the Interests of the mechanics
The voters of your district BhouM re
turn you to the next legislature that you
may continue your work for a fair, ade
quate mechanics' Hen law in this state.
More than ever they now should have
your services when Industrial Issues of
value and moment to all our citizens are
likely to be acted on In the legislature.
The worklngmen of your county, organ
ized and unorganized, should rally around
jrou and vote for you. Yours,
P. J. McOulre.
- ' 1 -
Btiy the Weber
-and get tho best. At Guernsey Broi '
it! E SH
6N OTHER SIDE OF CHANNEL
l'iissini Events f the Day on the
.-' West Side (if the t'itv Noted.
OX MILTON'S 1'AKADISB LOST.
Scholurly Lecture of Professor Sprague
to the Young Men's Literary and "'
bating Club-Social and Hop of.
the St. Paul's Tourist Club.
The third lecture In the West Side
T'nlversity comae, which Is being con
ducted by the Young ll-.-n's, Literary
and Debuting society, was held lact
evening In the Oalvlulsilc Melhurtlut
church. The attendance was very flat
tering. Professor Sprasue talked on
Milton's "Paradise Lost." He said:
"It Is u puein In epic form, and was
consciously prepared during thirty
years' tlmu. Its machinery Is mighti
est, Its powers the must marvellous. It
Is an epic of universal admiration; It In
tlie utory of right versus wroiiff.
"Paradise Lost" dlsplayu the Rraudout
style that Milton ever penned."
Professor Splugtii treated In a graphic
and scholurly way the history of Uie
Immortal story from the fall of the an
gel to tho punishment of Satan and his
army. In his treatment of the subject
he succeeded In harmonizing the stplrlt
of the audience with his forceful
St. Paul's Social.
The second of a series of entertain
ments was held In St. Paul's armory
last evening under the auspices of .St.
Paul's Tourist club. The rooms were
tastefully decorated with fluK and
bunlliiK. Timothy. McCoy was chair
man. The programme opened with a piano
selection by Miss Lynn. It was fol
lowed with a vocal solo by Domlnlck
Gibbous. .Miss Ciuughaii gave tv piano
selection, and a sand jig was given by
P. J. Walsh. A vocal solo wits ren
dered by Miss Uessle Hand. Solos were
then rendered by J. J. O'Malley nud
Miss Jessie Jumt-3. A feature of the
evening was an cxlio'itlon drill by the
members of St. l'aui's cadets. Miss
Kate Jordoii gave u lecitatlon, nnd Mr.
Battle, of Archbald, guvc a solo.
After the entertainment a social was
held. The young people enjoyed them
selves in dancing to music by Joseph
Mi.Dermutt on th pi.'iio. . The commit
tees (were: lieceptlt ti, Timothy Mc
Coy, K. McCluln and V. J. Walsh; Hour,
W. Hasklns, M. Cuikin, MY Colemun
and J. P. Murray.
Mrs. Hachcl Jones limit J.
Funeral services over the remains
of the late Mrs. Ruolicl Jones, who died
on Suturduy morning from the effects
of blood poisoning, occurred at :! o'clock
yesterday afternoon from the fumily
residence, 18 Itoland avenue. Services
were conducted by Kev. W. S. Jones,
of the First Welsh Uaptlst church, nnd
liev. J. T. Mun is, pastor of the Helle
vue Welsh Culvlnlstlc Methodist
During the services a choir rendered
several selections. Among the floral
tributes were a pillow Inscribed
"Mother," presented by her youngest
son, Evan, and a handsome wreath by
Misses Grace Acker, llattle Davis, Mar
garet Phillips, Mary .Owens und May
Helle Sweetzer. Interment was made
in the Washburn Street cemetery. The
pall bearers were James Keeue, Itobert
Owen, John Hale, D. (.'. Powell, Jacob
Jones und Michael Stumni.
1)1 lef Notes of Interest.
Mrs. Joseph Summerhlll, of North
Sumner avenue, Is 111.
The funeral of William Lydlatt. of
Kynon street, will take place this after
noon. J. Myron Kvans, of the Star dru.j
store, has returned from WilUes-LSarre.
Miss Adeline Davles, of Wllkes-Barre,
was the guej't of friends on this side
Election returns will be received at the
hotels of Km! Warlike and J. K. Hughes.
Direct wires to each place.
J. W. Hand is 111.
Kd llcyea has returned from a hunt
Fresh oysters received dally nt Palm
Mrs. A. lirown lias returned from
Miss Lottie PJpley, of North Park, Is
on the sick list.
Frank Cullen has returned home from
New York city.
Miss Augusta PInckney spent Sun
day at Peckvllle.
Dr. Brown, of Avoca, expects to lo
cate In this town.
Mrs. H. Krause spent Sunduy with
P. (1. Fritz and Oeorgo Ives spent
Sunday at Mudlsonville.
Kd Noggle, of West Plttston, spent
Sunday with friends in town.
Mrs. L. It. Fowler has returned home
from visiting at Mohawk, N. Y.
William Hruntng and Carlton Lctch-
M-orth spent Sunday nt Elmhurst.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Dempsey have taken up
their residence on Webster avenue.
John Simpson Is home spending a
few days with his parents on Hlnkely
William Miller, of the Dunmoro
Cash store, spent Sunday ut Muuch
Miss Eva Hess has returned homo
after spending n few riaya visiting
Mrs. P. J. Golden and Miss Uolden at
tended the funerul of John Itoche, at
Hawley, last week.
Superintendent of schools, Professor
J.JS. Williams, spent the latter putt of
last week nt Elkdale.
Miss Carrie Swartu, of Moscow, Mho
has been visiting Miss I.ora HriSh re
turned home Monday.
Professor P. J. Holand, of Carbon
dale,' spent last week visiting Dr. Mur
phy, on Drinker street.
Miss Jennie Puffy, who has been vis
iting relatives in town has returned to
her home In Carbondule.
Miss Kate Griffith, of Jermyn, spent
Sunday with her sister, Miss Louise
UrIMtli, In this borough.
Stephen Geary and wife are Btopplnp
at the Exchange hotel. Mr. Geary Is
contractor on the new boulevard.
Kegular weekly devotional meeting
of the Epworth league this evening ut
7.45 o'clock. - A full attendance of mem
bers Is desired.
Myron Knight, who has been for the
past few mouths at Oneonta, N. Y.,
spent part of last week at L. It. Fowl
er's, on Cherry street. .
The Loyal legion aro getting ready
for their rally on Wednesday evening.
Turn out and fill the hall; the entertain
ment will Interest you. Everybody
Leo Smith, Hate proprietor of the
Dunmore hotel, will move his family
Into J. S. Smith's house, corner of Wake
ly and Cherry streets, lately occupied
by Ed Bone. , .
The funeral of Thomas Luton was
very lurgely attended Suturduy after-
noon. Kev. Hugers Israel, of St.
Luke's church, und Kev. Mr. Urban, of
Dunmore mission, conducted the aer
vlces. The Knights of the Golden
Engle and Sons of St. George attended
in a body. The pall bearers w ere .Ed
Angwln, Jr., J. h. Keast, Harry Ed
wards, William Wheatcroft, George
Dainty and Richard Mead. The re
mains were laid at rest In Dunmore
The funeral of Miss Maggie Kelley
was held from her home on Qulncy
avenuc yesterday morning at 9.20. fllgh
mass of rerjulem was celebrated by
Ttev. Father Dunn, ut Green Ridgo
Catholic church, at 10 o'clock. The
pull henrers were J. It. McDonougli,
Thomas Hurke, Thomas Walsh,
Thomas Thomas, Andrew Riley, George
Campbell. The flower hearers were
Miss Mume Riley, Miss Moore, Miss
Quinn, Miss Dempsey. The floral offer
ings were beautiful; among them a
cross and crown, given by. J. R. Me
Donough, deserves especlul notice, in
terment in Dunmore Catholic ceme
tery. Miss Kelley was aged W years,
7 months and 7 duys. She was well
known In Dunmore and leaves a large
circle of friends to mourn her loss.
TR1 Bl'Xi: lil'LI.ETIXS.
The Tribun tonight will bulletin all
election returns upon an Immense screen
by means of a powerful stereoptlcon. Ar
rangements have been completed to get
prompt telegraphic service by special w ire.
Read The Tribune tomorrow for the best
and fullest election news.
SOUTH EM) MIEFS.
Miss Margaret Lewis, of Spring street,
is visiting relatives in Plymouth.
'Miss Hertha Emory, of East Market
street, and Miss Anna Stevens, of Dea
con street, spent Sunday In Wllkes
Harre. A large number of people attended
the entertainment in the Welsh Congregational-
church last evening. A
very interesting programme was ren
dered by the Sunday school scholars.
The organ recital In the. Methodist
Episcopal church tonight by George 11.
Carter, who will be assisted by Alfred
Wooley, promises to be one of the best
entertainments held In this end.
Edward GrHIln, of Wales street,
swore out a warrant before Alderman
Iloran yesterday afternoon charging
Joseph Kzeery with tearing down his
fences and stealing his falls. The case
was to have been tried last night, but
owing to the ubsencv of Important wit
nesses it was adjourned until Friday.
Airs. Clark Barber, of the Notch,
swore out a warrant before Alderman
Horau Sunday afternoon charging her
husband with having cruelly bi.uu-n
and attempting to choku her eaiiii r in
the day. Jtarber was arrested by Con
stable Davis and tiled bei'ore Alder
man Horau, who committed him to the
county jail In default of $300 bail.
The (list concert of the American
Mendelssohn society, which -was held
lust evening in the North Main Avenue
Baptist church, was a grand success.
The church was handsomely decorated
with potted plants. The choir, num
bering about lifty members, were seat
ed on the platform und were conducted
by Peter Petiser. and nccompanled by
Miss Nina E. Clifford.
The annual bazaar of the Primitive
Methodist church commenced lust
evening. The lecture room is hand
somely decorated with bunting and
Japanese lanterns. The principal fea
ture of the evening was a drill by eight
small girls, Alice Hartshorn, Sarah
Fidlam. Edith James, -Mary J. Culbert
soii, Lulu Price, Jennie Kelley, Flora
Savage and Gertrude Wartchlss, who
were led by Tallle Williams, a son of
Alderman D. M. Williams; the music
being furnished by Miss Helle Fidlam.
Three tableaux were presented.
l or Defeated Candidates.
'TU well to remember that all defeated
candidates and other people needing
money should call at Duvldow Uros'.
Election officers are hereby nollilc.l that
a plan has been discovered to change the
marks on Republican ballot. The tlr;,t
person cuught doing that should be In
Hlantly arrested. With a free bullot and
a. fair count the whole Republican ticket
will win. Let no guilty man escape.
How Aro You netting?
No difference to us, we want you to uie
our money. Davldow tiros', banking es
tablishment. Flllshury's Flour Mills have a capacity
of 17,500 barrels a day.
To l!et Money on Llcction.
You can be well supplied with the nec
essary coin b calling at Davldow Urns',
HAVE YOU SEEN
OUR PRETTY DISPLAY
OF PATTERN HATS AND
Every Uat displayed iu our
show room is in itself a beauty.
Orders intrusted to us early in
the. week will receive our most
HASLACHER'S -: MILLINERY
H. LANGFELD, SUCCESSOR.
324 Lackawanna Ave.
A COMPLETE NEW LINE
of Checks,. Stripes and Figures, illuminated and interwoven with
the, new shades of Russet, Bluette, Lincoln Green and a variety
of other shades.
One Price for the entire lot, CENTS
A Ladies' Wardrobe is not complete without a handsome
SILK WAIST, and the chance to obtain one at the price of or
dinary .Waist .Goods is yours.
MEARS - & - HAGEN,
415 LAC KA. AVE. .'
NEWS OF THE SOUTH SIDE
Death of John Uuunherty, it Respected
Kcsident of Irving Avenue.
CHl'KCH l'AIK X0V bEING HELD
New Public School tlulldln- Heady for
Oeeupancy Social of St. John's Society-
Itcmnrd Miller Mas Recovered
from liffects of His Vail.
.ionn jjougnerty, 01 li ving avenue, an
old and respected resident of this side,
died Sunday afternoon. He was about
M years of age, and Is survived by his
wife and live children. TI19 funerul will
take plate this morning with a high
mass at St. John's Catholic church. In
terment will be made In Hyde Park
Successful Church hair.
The fair under the auspices of St.
raid's German Lutheran church was
largely ut tended lust evening. Many
beautiful articles were disposed of und
a short niuslcul programme rendered.
I'p to last evening the receipts of the
fair amounted to nearly $900. The fall
will remain open every evening this
Miss Jullu Duffy, of Pear street, is
visiting In Plymouth.
Patrick Fell, of Chicago, 111., circu
lated among South Side friends yester
day. Tho forthcoming marrluge of Miss
Annie Graham to Michael Norton Is
Miss Mary Mears, of Plttston avenue,
has returned after a short visit with her
parents at Vundllng.
llernord Miller, who was Injured by
falling from a ladder two weeks ago,
Is able to be around again.' '
Frank Scheuer nud Daniel Webber
will leave Wednesday for a short hunt
Injj trip to Ilowman's creek.
A well nttended meeting of the sight
reading music class of St. John's
parish, was held last evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scheuer, of
Cedar uvenue, have returned after a
short visit with Carbondule friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Vaughun, of
lilitghamton, visited Mr. yaughau's
parents on Plttston avume yesterday.
The Crescent Social club will hold a
social ut the new South Side hall, cor
ner of Plttston avenue and Elm street.
The St. John's Total Abstinence and
Henellt society conducted a social at
their hall on Stone avenue. It wus well
attended und a pleasant time was had
A u-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Hurch, of Cedar avenue, died yes
terday afi.-rnoon, after a two weeks'
attack of diphtheria. The funeral will
take place this ufternoon.
The new public? school, which Is sit
uated on Stalford avenue, above tho
Erie und Wyoming Valley railroad, is
ready for occupancy. It Is expected
thut one room will be opened next Mon
day. Lawrence Joclockskl, tho fi-year-old
son of John Joclockskl, of Fig street,
died yesterday afternoon. The funeral
will take place this morning. Inter
ment will be made in the Polish ceme
tery at Mlnooka.
The Tribune tonight will bulletin all
election returns upon uu Immenna screen
by moans of a powerful stereoptlcon. Ar
rangements have been completed to ;,et
prompt telegraphic service by speelal wire.
Heud The Tribune tomorrow for the be.t
und fullest election news.
1 lection Moucy
at Davldow Bros, banking establishment.
Kly.ctlou officers are hereby notified that
a plan has been discovered to change the
marks on Kepublieun ballots. The first
person cuught doing thut should be In
stantly urrested. With a free ballot and
u fair count the whole Republican ticket
will win. Let 110 guilty man escape.
703 Framed Pictures, latest uljact,
in beautiful Etchings. Ergravinus
aril h nl Krsueh Fae-Siniilus. Tho
Fiauie Makers had to bave money.
We bought the lot at our pricn arid
mark thtiu so they will quickly
move out Over SOU styes of frames.
Wo only quota a ten:
U1' Whlti and (iuld 190
Uail Whit and Cold or Solid Oak 49c
Mill guild Oak 69c
Stasis White and OoU 98c
Rexford Jewelry Co,
Blank and Miscellaneous liooks,
Photograph and Scrap Albums,
Teacher and Family Bibles, Pic
tures for Wedding Gifts, Cold
. Pens, Fine, Stationery and Writ
PRATT STATIONARY STORE
312 Lackawanna Avenue.
The Driving Park
lota will be opened to the public some
day next week. The date will be given in
Tribune later. Best facilities offered,
such as street railways, gas and water,
otc. Watch The Tribune for the date of
There Is a
to know you can replace
it at a moJiients notice
such pieces as get broken.
You don't have to buy a
whole set, but can select
such pieces as you need.
We have one pattern iu
La Belie China,
But you need not buy the
full set if you don't need
it, thereby reducing the
price to suit your purse.
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 WYOMING AVENUE.
Itccausc the Children Wear
Out lots of shoes, but drop in
and look at our "OH DoilKOlu"
shoes for misses aud children.
Aud when the children are
wearing out shoes it's pretty
sure they don't need medicine
Then Again Our
Shoes Are Cheaper
Those "'Oil Doil?olasM are
the kind that have good soles,
throw off water and cive you
about hall more service for
your money thau yon usually
Lace or Button. Ladies'
Shoes in the same quality.
YOUR SHOE MAN,
410 Spruce Street.
Aro not alike. Some would ratber
1 siok, lose several days' work and
pay a doctor bill than'pay half the
money spent that wa. for a good
Other men who buy cheap Mackin
toshes because the price Is low, but in
a week they will begin to leak and you
might as well have none. It pnys to
nay a lltt e moro and get a good one.
We have them at all prices.
JJont let people say you are one of the
Christian, the Hatter, 412
Spruce St. and 205 Lack. Ave.
Instrument In every sense of the term
s appllmi 10 Pianos.
Exceptlonul In holding their original ful
ne of tone.
NEW YORK WAREHOUSE, No. SO
1115 Adama Ave. New Telephone Bdg
100 PIECES FQRS13
LARGE VARIETY, GOOD
We want to show you our
MEN'S STRICTLY ALL
WOOLEN . . .
Colors, Grey, Black
3Q8 LACKAWANNA AVE.
GREAT MONEY SAVERS FOR THIS WEEK:
50 pieces highly colored Plaids, double widths,
worth 2IC - - - - 12I'jC.
25 pieces Fancy Eiderdowns, for Children's
Cloaks, worth 29c. - - - 19c.
100 pairs 1 1-4 White , Blankets, all wool,
worth $7.00, - - . $4.98
WE INVITE YOUR INSPECTION TO OUR
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE,
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
Ueneral Office: SCRANTON, PA.
"ON THE FENCE."
Pnon be over tho season for riding. If
you want a likyrlf now Is the time lo Ri't
il. We are i-lfHiintf up nil Htock, an. I will
Klve you such a vhunc-e u you never buj
before. Ono of our liuruln'.
A Flrat-cluKH, Jllich Oracle ?1W Uicyc-lo
Bring your cash nml GUT OFF THK
CLARENCE H. FLOREY,
Successor to Floiey & Holt.
FALL AND. WINTER
SEE THESE FOR LADIES.
Ladies' Fine Button Shoes
Ladies' Fine Dongola, Opera Button,
Ladies' Fine Dongola, Phila. toe, patent leather tip,
SEE THESE FOR MEN
Men of (ion ' standing irt this town
standing in 011 shoesj that's why
"stand good" and. nalk with comfort.
Men's Fine Buff Lace or
Congress, at - ..$1.25
r i- Ttt.. Ci.'.. rv.li ' !
Lace or Congress, at , 1.75?
Men's Genuine. Calf Lace .
or Congress, at ' . '2.50 NfS
13.7 AND 139
Complete Ou otters,
STYLES AND LOW PRICES.
and Oxford Mixed.
303 LACKAWANNA AVE.
for the Week.
PA., Manufacturers of
133 FRANKLIN AVE.
Wo are now doing u !?MiPral Drug. Taint
and Oil bu.sints lit ihe above IikhMuii,
during tin- erei-iion of our stor building
Vcc-eiitly destroyed by lire.
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
orn TELKi'Hoxr: tall.
All orders) promptly tilled aud dc
tiny part of the city.
133 FRANKLIN AVENUE.
lhin't sncutl nunc money tliiin yoit
'That means: Come here for yoitf
We prcfai'Cil an immense stock
of line Kail footwear, from vhicli
every member of the family can he
While worthy styles and reliable- 1
makes alone are represented, never-'
theless this fall the feet of meii and
women, boys anil yirls, is tripping
to the merry jingle of cheapness.
1 - txi-f-r-
AND SHOE HOUSE