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THE SCKAX'JOX TKIliUX E-TL ESDAV MOKNJMJ, NOVKMUEIt 13, 1894.
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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.
. Miscellaneous Books,
Stationery, Fancy Articles,
Blank Account Books,
Wall Papers, 'Window
Room and Frame Mould
ings, 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 always have
MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE
TO THE TRADE BY
The Weston Mill Go.
THE GENUINE PQPUUR
HfiVE THE INITIALS
G. B. & CO.
IMPRINTED ON EACH CIGAR.
Garney, Brown & Co. Mf r's
Court House Square.
PERMANENT CURE OF
All forms of Hornta a Hpeclalty. Well
known Surantou physicians in charge.
SC RAN TON
GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO,, UNI.,
203 Washington Avenue.
llffi-niie Collector ('mint Herring was
In the city ypsterduy.
Mall Currier Ilicliunl Ui-imcs is back at
work after a aeverc scourge of typhoid
Rev; Thomas Lucas, D;i., of Arelibakl,
mill Kcv. Al. F. Crane, of Avora, were
callers at the residence of Jllshoji O'Haid
ii-orsp It. Jerinyn In entertaining John
Thomas, who appeared ut the Young
.Men's Christian association convert last
lilKht. Uoth Reinlcmen arc old und inti
SOUTH EXP XOTKS.
A fair mid social timlor the auspices
of the Luther league will le held in St.
l'aul'.o Lutheran church, on Short ave
wio, near N'n. 21 school, Park Place,
XVe. 11, 13 and l:t, 1S9I. A large number
of useful und funry articles will be on
sale, also Ice civmn. candies and eut
ubles. Tableaux, sinning and recita
tion will be given each evening-. Every
body come; do not forget the dates.
Members of the league win cull on you
with tickets do not fall to Becure one.
Tickets also for sale at S. H. Stcklcr's
drug store, corner Court street and
The 2-year-old child of George IlobUs.
nt Cuyuga Htreet, died Sunday night of
congestion of the lungs. Tli funeral ser
vlees will be held this ufternoon at 2
A young child of William Ilobbs, of
Warren street, broke Its arm Sunday
night by fulling out of a chair.
The regulur business meeting of the
Young People's Society of Christian Ku
deuvor of the Green Kldge Presbyterian
church will lake place tonight.
Miss Ann Curlier, of Suliuiga, Ph., Is
visiting Alius Florence Sllkmaii, of Alain
Thomas Jehu lectured to a large audi
ence In the Welsh Baptist church last
evening on "What Is That to Vou," for
the bviiellt of the poor fund. The subject
was ably treated In his Inimitable style
mid sparkled with humorous points and
Another World's Heeord Broken.
When Tyler made a mile In 1.4S Hat it was
considered marvelous. This time cannot
be compared with the time the news of
jiavioow liros'. bargains goes around tho
The $40,000 Sekool House
for Columbia avenue 1ms been let and will
He commenced Immediately. There ore
mill a rew more lots left at a low price.
, " ' O'hee. Theater Lobby.
Filzslinmons & Corbett.
' Thn coming together of these two world
reno'wned pugilists would not be as brutal
and lerrllle as the way Imvidnw Pros.
eonthWinlly Plush high pricey,
i , . ... ,
liny the Wtbcr
tho best, At Guernsey Bros
014 OTHER SIDE OF CHANNEL
Passing Events of the Day on the
" West Side of the City Noted.
SIK KNIGHTS' FIRST SOCIAL
It Was Held Last Xlfilit In .Wears' Hall.
Peter r.lileillu Arrested for MuMng
Tlircnts-ltoarU of TraJe Will
Hold u Meeting Tonight.
The first social of the Sir Knlylits of
Pleasure dancing class was hel l In
M'.'uni' hull last evening. The room was
beautifully decorated with Hags, p.ilns
and ferns, limiting of orange and blue
was draped on the wall. At 9 o'elocii
i in. tmesis had arrived, and niur.V en
joyable hours were mailt In dancing to
music by Al Ins Nellie Curran. Prof"S '"i'
tVoi ue Taylor was prompter, 'i he
members of the Sir Knlyhts eluli nr.?:
Ceorgs uberdurfer. Harry Wrliii.y.
George Sample, Charles Keliur, Horae."
Cosier, Gus Woiuel, George Frank,
Charles Warnlic, and George Thymus.
The lvorite Kooius.
-' The new club rooms of Robert Morris
lodg..', order of American True Ivorlu-s.
In the Aleurs" hull building, were com
pleted on Saturday afternoon, and are
now ready for occupancy by the mem
ber!:. They have been repainted and
papered and are made comfortable by
Stettin K-at. The rooms are on the sec
ond floor, fuciiig botli Main and Serun
ton streets. Three writing tablet;, club
chairs and a handunme plush and velvet
parlor suit have been placed in, as well
us carpets, draperies anil fixtures. A
formal opening will occur this week.
The committee in charge are Daniel J.
Phillips. Waller Jones, lioger Hvuns. 1).
J. Davie and Dr. J. .1. .Roberts. They
held a meeting III the 1'iyirns yesterday
afternoon mid decided to have a form il
opening on Thursday evening by giving
a stiii i!:e.
Ancle J for Throats,
Antonio Alunutas, an Italian resiling
on Scrantoii street, had a wairunt te'
Hited last evening for the arrest of
Peter Chlcllla. Alalia tas alleged that
Chlcllla entered his home and threat
ened to kill both he and hla wife. The
warrant was served by Constable John
Davles, und the would-be slayer Wrt9
found in the saloon of A. Feidlnando,
on Penn avenue. He was taken to the
West Side svntlon house. A hearing will
be held this evening. ;
brief Notes of Interest.
Samuel McKeever, of Jackson street,
Is ill with typhoid fever.
The West Side board of trade will
meet this evening In St. Vuvld's hall.
Druggist George V. Jenkins is ill at
hla home on South, Hyde Park avenue.
Will Da vies., of New York city., ha
returned home after a visit with friends
Will Crlmniins, of South Alain n ve
nue. Is recovering from a severe attack
of typhoid fever.
The bachelors of the First Welsh l!ap
tist church will give uti entertainment
and social on Xov. 21.
Airs. J limes Henderson, of West
Chester, has returned home from a visit
Willi friends on this side.
The members of tl(e Hyde Park Liter
aty and Debating society had a well at
tended meeting last evening. Alany
Questions were diseitHSed In an aide
manner by the members of the society.
The grand oratorio entitled "The
Last Night at llethuny," ut the Simp
son Methodist Episcopal church, w ill be
conducted at 8 o'clock this evening un
der the auspices of the choir. The best
local tulent will participate.
Complaints are continuously being
made of the Italians and Hungarians
who reside on lower Jackson nnd
Robinson streets, and nightly en
gage in iirnwis. -ine police are
frequently summoned to the place,
but no arrests were made until
yesterday morning, when a party were
brought tip to the station house, by tho
Mrs. II. J. Swum, of Electric avenue,
Henry P.eyea lias returned home from
Fresh oysters received dully nt Pul
mer s market.
Mr. Coiitello is building a nev house
on Allll street.
Stanley Rogers, of Luke Wlnola, is
visiting in town.
Mrs. W. L. Purcell Is visiting Ply
The Catholic choir were singing at
Archbuld lust evening.
Nellie Sanders, of Cherry street, spent
Sunday with friends in Plttston.
Allss Minnie Sanders, of Cherry street,
will spend today wth Plttston friends.
The Epworth league held their week
ly devotional meeting last evening at
P. J. Regan and Patrick Wulsh spent
Friday evening with friends lu Provi
Reuben Dulnty, of Shumokln, Is visit
ing his brothel's, Janes and George, lu
this borough. ' .
Aliss Maine Peckens, of North Park,
bus returned home from un extended
visit In the eastern states.
The funeral of Owen Flynn was very
largely attended from his lute residence
yesterday morning at 10 o clock.
The young ladies of Dunniore wlll
give a social at Odd Fellows hall
Thursduy evening, Nov. 15, Admission,
Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Allen are at Pltts
ton attending the funeral of Air. Alleu's
brother, who died Saturday at the
Moses Taylor hospital.
Members of the Epworth league that
have tukeii talents will please remem
ber that the talent social will be held
a week from Wednesday evening,
on Nov. 21.
The Ladles' Missionary society of the
Presbyterian church will hold a praise
service In,, tho lecture , room , of the
church Thursday ufternoon at 3 o'clock,
All ladles welcome.
Miss Sarah Kirk, of West Chester, t
delegate ut the Young Woman's Chris
thin Association convention, at Scran
ton, hold service in the Presbyterian
church lust evening.
The monthly, business nnd literary
meeting of the Epworth league will be
held Tuesday evening. Reports of the
recent convention will be read, after
which essays will be read by local tal
Tho Ladles Aid society of the Method
1st Episcopal church will meet on Wed
nesday afternoon at the home of Airs,
Helen Spencer, on Bloom street. The
society Is making earnest efforts to
raise Jiioo toward repairing the church
In the spring, and wish every member
to be present.
uwen J'lynn uiea at ins home on
Chestnut street, Friday nlg-ht lit 12
o'clock. Mr. Flynn was f,8 years of age
nnd a native of Ireland, but came to
this country when a child with his par
ents. He formerly worked for the
Pennsylvania' Coal company. Mr,
Flynn wns well known throughout the
Lackawanna valley and hus many
friends that mourn his loss, He leaves
a wldow nnd seven children, live ljoy
und two girls. His funeral will be held
from his Into residence this morning at
10 o'clock. Funeral services III ' .SV
Mary's church, where a solemn hgh
mass of requiem will be sung.
SOUTH MILI.!$ KEKmi?.
TIicyAru Now Lvpeeto J to It 11 11 All Win
ter. The merry hum of Industry again
surrounds the mills nt the South works
of the Lackawanna Iron and Steel com
pany. Work was resumed in all the de
partments yesterday morning amthe
mills will be continued cti double turn
until all the orders now on hand are
Idled. This will require not more than
a week, but it is given nut that other
orders are expected and that the mill
will be kept running for the winter.
Since the suspension of work extensive
repairs wore made at the pit and around
the furnaces, vessels, and in the rail
The mill run along smoothly on the
opening day without uuy Interruption
suve a half hour's stop lu the morning
011 11 trivial reusoii. ,
Employment was given to nearly fifty
new hands to take the places 01 muse
who left the city when the mill closed.
HAPPY GI S WILLIAMS. -
Aprcared ut the AcuJcmy l ust Night in
His tntertuining la ice.
A small audience greeted Gits Will-
lams "at the Academy of Music last
ilyht, where he appeared in a taroe
ailed "April Fool." It does not pie
end to have a coherent plot, but 11I-
ows Air. Williams and his company to
Introduce entertaining specialties that
were heartily applauded.
Air. Williams has few superiors In his
line of GeiniH.'t comedy work, und Ii
was ubly assisted last night by George
Al. Cohan. Josle Cohan, Josephine Fen
ton, Georgie Hrlar uud Julia Chase.
Kl I.1MOI S TOPICS.
I'.ev. Lincoln i.ll'h, of pethlehem
prcuclicd at the Wushltiiru Street I'n.s
bylei l iu eliiucii Sunday.
Tin- congregation 01 Calvary elmrcti
caul two excellent sermons Sunday by
Rev. J. li. Long, of Philadelphia.
Prank nweit Jones wus eoiigrittulat'.-d
esterduy by his many friends upon the
honor conferred upon him by the blshoo
of the diocese. Mr. Jones' services tit St
Unvbl's are highly appreciated by the rc-
tor and the c-wgregatlori generally.
fin Satir .lny night St. Peter's, of IVter.:.
burg. Rev. Air. Randolph, pastor, eel"
brated Luther's birlhduy wjih appropriate
exercises. Rev. A!r. Sclieldy, of St. Paul's,
dellveied the English address, and on the
same night Christ church. Cedar avenue,
observed the sevinh unidveisaiy of tlui:
Yuung People's society . Rev. Air. Ett-
wein and his choir, of lit.slon, insistc.
in the service.
St. Paul's Lutheran church, Vtev. '. M
eheldy, pastor, was closed Sunday on
account ot 1 lie extensive renovations no.v
in progress. The pastor Is doing sonic
hustling work In that growing part of tin
city. Indications are that St. Paul's will
soon become one of the largest and most
prosperous of the English congregations
In the city. St. Alark's, Hyde Park, 1
vacant und Is supplied by students from
the Alt. Airy, Philadelphia, seminary.
Rev. Air. ischium, now past ids sev
eutleth year, is the oldest pastor In Ser in
ton. lie Is still active and Ids step ii th v
of a young man. fie visits the sick
faithfully and serves the mother church.
V.ww'i, 011 AIIMII11 avenue, with the same
activity which chinacteiized him In the
days of I'M. .
Rev. E. L. Miller, of the Holy Trinity
church, is a most energetic pastor. As
president of the State Lutheran league his
luili'S are in u 1 1 1 1 in 1 1 1101 m. and on Saturday
ho attended a meeting in New York and
lust nlglit .le spoke ut lirooklyn. 1'enn
sylvunlu lias become his parish and fiis
study u regular business olliee.
The ladles of the Puritan Congregation
al church w 111 hold their buzanr on Wed
nesdi.y und the three following days.
Llcctrie Kullway Company Not-Satisfied
with SUII, 000.
By the United Press.
Philadelphia, Nov.- 12. Gettysburg
Electric Ruilroad company, through its
attorney, today took un appeal to the
nlted States circuit court from the
recent award by a Jury of seven, com
pensating the compuny to the extent of
$:iO,aiM) for the taking of land by the gov
ernment to reserve the battlefield.
The railway company claims that the
award Is Inadequate und It asks that
a Jury of twelve puss upon the mutter
Sci anion's llnsiness Interests.
THETK1HTNR will soon publish a care
fully compiled and elussllled list of the
leading wholesale, bunking, manufactur
ing und professional Interests of Scran
toii and vicinity. The edition will be
bound In book form, beautifully lllustra-
ed with photogravure views of our pub-
He buildings, business blocks, slreets.
etc., together with portraits of leading
citizens. No simllur work has ever given
an equal representation of Serunton'.-i
many Industries. It will be an Invaluable
exposition of our business resources.
Sent to persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract new com-
ers and be an unequalled advertisement
of the city. The circulation is 011 a plan
that cannot fall of good results to those
concerned as well us tho city- at large.
Representatives of THE TRIBUNE will
cull upon THOSE WHOSE NAMES are
DESIRED In this edition and explain its
nature more fully.
Those desiring views of tholr residences
in this edition will please leave notice at
tho oltlce. ;
An experienced Fur manufacturer from
New York will be at our store for three
days Alonday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
Nov. 12, 13 and 14 with a representative
line from the largest Fur House in Amer
ica. This is your opportunity for a Fur
CONNOLLY & WALLACE.
We are showing a full
Union emits st-specialty. ' ...
(EWS Of THE SOUTH SIDE
Dointjs at the Rooms of Yonntj Wo
men's Christian Association.
INSTKl'CTlONS IX BIBLE STI DY
Vocal Cluss to Be Organized w ith C. II. Mer
man at Leader Looking About for
a Cnndidute to Take Council,
nun Cnmuil's Pluee.
The lilble class at the rooms of the
Young Women's Christian association
receives instructions each Alonday
eenlng from Rev. George Aldrlcli, pas
tor of Grace Reformed church, Wyom
ing avenue. Lust night the class was a
large and uttentive one nnd the Scrip
tural lessons were highly Interesting.
In u short time 11 Vocal cluss will be
formed und Instructions given one
night a week by Professor C. li. Her
man. Anybody wishing to Join this
class may let the secretary know. Sun
day school teachers of till denomina
tions are invited to Join the Dible class.
Friday evening of this week will be
taken up with an Informal assembling
of all the members, who ure Invited to
bring their sewing with them and
spend, a pleasant evening.
It Will lie Lively.
Since the victory of Alex. T. Council
In the recent legislative contest, there
has been much speculation as to his
successor. There will be a lively time
before the question Is settled. Profes
sor Thomas Coyne, of Ptvck street, whs
strongly urged to oppose Air. Council
In the recent eoiinciliiianle contest, but
he Molcrred not to c uter the ureiiu ul
that time, lie may be uskod again to
be n. candidate. Just a few of tin-many
who ure announcing- boldly their candi
dacy are: .Michael AlcGarry. Patrick
Corcoiau, Thomus AlcGruil, James
Clare. Frank Aloeller. Alurk Cahilla, Al.
J. Lovern, 'Squire Patrick Roche und 1
host of others.
South SiJe Jottings.
.Next Saturday evening, at Cernianla
hall, the Eig Five Social club will hold
MIsm's Annie and Tillle Kearney, of
Jessup, have returned home after a
visit with Aliss Alary Ruddy, of Cedar
Columbus Council. Young Men's In
stltuU , held a meeting last night und
initiated throe new members: Edward
Durkin, .Michael Welter, Jr., and Ed
w a id Crane,
No change for the better has been
observed lu the condition of Professor
Thomas J. Coyne's sou, Eugene. There
Is a fear that the bright child may suc
cumb to the dread disease.
Thursday evening the marriage of
Aliss Nellie Dankwei t:: to lirich War
ren will be celebrated at St. Paul's
Evangelical (church. Rev. Edward
Lang, the pastor, will perform the cere
mony. The Souths Side choir organized to
compete at the Taylor eisteddfod on
Christmas Day will assemble tomorrow
night nt Phillips' hall for rehearsal.
A new piano will greet the members of
the choir tomorrow night.
Dr. und Airs. J. J. Wulsh have moved
Into their beautiful new home 011 lilts
ton avenue, near the corner of Locust
street. It is a splendid ten-room build
ing, handsome in its exterior nnd In
terior finish, and is an architectural
ornament to the South Side.
The Iron fence lor the guurd on both
sides of the Plttsion avenue culvert ar
rived yesterday and will be put In place
before the end of tho week. The fides
of the culvert are graded and the ad
dition of the fence will liuish the Job.
Without delay the fence should be put
In place or some one may take an un
ceremonious tumble and sue the city for
Pillsbtiry's Flour Mills huvo a capacity
of 17,rxW barrels a day.
Our styles are always ahead
of all others. This week we
raise the curtain upon a new
display of handsomely trim
med and uutrimmed Hats and
HASLACHERS : MILLINERY
H. LANGFELD, SUCCESSOR.
324 Lackawanna Ave.
Blank aud Miscellaneous Books,
Pbotugraph und Scrap Albums,
Teacher and Family Bibles, Pic
tures for Wedding Gifts, Gold
Pens, Fiue Stationery and Writ
PRATT - STATIONARY - STORE
312 Lackawanna Avenue.
SCARLET, NATURAL, FOR
line of Underclothing and
; 415U.acka. Ave., Scranton,
To All Whom It May Concern:
This Is to ailviMA nil persona that Ueesu
& Long, bill posters, are Hot in the employ
of tho Frothlnghum, neither do they have
any business transaction in uny man
ner whatever with this house. The man
agement return thanks to tho many citi
zens who have extended advertising priv
ileges to this theater and Invite Hn exten
sion of the same. The advertising and
bill posting for the Frothinghum will
hereufter be conducted by ourselves.
J. II. LA INE, Aliiiutgcr.
The lirlving Purk
lots will be opened to tho publlo soma
day next week. The date will be given in
Tribune, later. Rest facilities offered,
such as street railways, gas and water,
etc. Watch Tha Tribune for tho date of
Fur Capes from to i'niw. Every kind
of Fur represented. Special engagement
of a New "York manufacturer ut our
store on Nov. 12, 1", und 14. Speclul low
CONNOLLY & WALLACE.
There Is a
to know you can replace,
it at a moment's 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 in
La Belle China,
But you need not buy the
full set, if you don't need
it, thereby redueiug the
price to suit your purse.
116 WYOMiKG AVENUE.
llccuu.se the Children Wear
Out lots of shoes, but drop in
and look at our '0H DofiKOla"
shoes for misses and children,
And when the children are
wearing out shoes' it's pretty
sure they don't need medicine
Then Anuin Our
Shoes Are Cheaper
Those "(Ml Doilti'Whls" are
the kind that have good soles,
throw off water and uive you
iiliout hull jnore service for
your money than you usually
Lace or Button. Ladies'
Shoes in tho same quality.
your shop; man,
410 Spruce Street.
ON THE ELECTION?
' at 412 SPRUCE ST.,
or 205 LACKA. AVE.
offer superior quality at popular
WEICHEL I MILLAR,
LOSE A HAT
LARGE VARIETY, GOOD
We want to show you our
MEN'S STRICTLY ALL
Colors, Grey, Black
08 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Pin j nnnnmi
50 Ladies' Beaver
worth S9.00, for
100 Children's Long Coats,'
worth $10.00, for
100 Children's Eiderdown
Angora fur, worth $1.50.
1 ease Men's Natural Wool
75c., for -
m uft tin or
a n n m m a t nt ipr n m m m m kbk rra n n in n n
m ll Nt 1 mm mm
Something New Every Week.
HAIR mil FOR
Hoiuothiii)? nice for a Chribtiuad CJift. Chains made out of your own or
some dear friend's hair. Leave orders a early as possible.
E. M. HETZEL, - 230 Lacka. Ave
'ON THE FENCE." j u j
Ml . li
Soon be over tlie season Tor rirtlnc. If
yon want a bleyele now !; tlm time to set
it. We are eUailin; up all tUoelt, ami will
tve vou such a elianep as you never tent
before, tine of our luirijaiiis.
A l'ir:-t-elass, illfli Uldh l.i'J llieyelo
for tti.". .
KrliiB your eaali an.l tiET Ol F J ill:
CLARENCE H. FLOREY,
Sucressor to Florey & Holt. ,
FALL AND WINTER
-. il. UVrMoM Emm
SEE THESE FOR LADIES. '
Ladies' Fine Button Shoes -
Ladies' Fine Dongola, Opera Button,
Ladies' Fine Dougola, Phila. toe, patent leather tip,
SEE THESE FOR MEN
Men of good standing in this town are
standing in our shoes; that's why they
"stand good" and walk with comfort.
Men's Fiue Buff Laee or
Men's Fiue Satin Calf
' Lace or Congress, at
Men's Genuine Calf Lace
or Congress, at
All Shapes of Toes.
137 AND 133
STYLES AND LOW PRICES.
and Oxford Mixed,
MS IS II
in black and blue,
from 6 to 12 years,
Coats trimmed with
133 FRANKLIN AVE.
Wo ore now doinfr a Kenoral Drug. Paint
and OH busln.- .it ilin above location,
duriiiK the creel Ion of our ftori building
reevntly destroyed by lire.
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
. OCT. TIOI.RI HOXE CALL. N'O. :2!.
All orders promptly tilled and dilivercd in
uny part of the city.
133 FRANKLIN AVENUE.
Don't spend more money lliau yon
That iiic;iiis: tome hero tor your1
We iieiareil an immense stock
of line Fall Footwear, from which
every member of the fanrly can 1m
easily suited. ,
v While worthy styles and reliable
makes alone- are represented, never
theless this fall the feet of men and
women, boys and girls, is tripping
to the merry jingle of cheapness.
'" ' Hull in.
Ses Show Windows.
AND SHOE HOU
S. L. GALLEN.