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THE SCJfAXTON TfilllUX K-'FHIDA Y MOlfNINU. 'NOVEMBER- 10, 1894.
js now going on
at the Old Store,
322 Lackawanna avc,
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
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 POPUUR
' HKVE THE INITIBLS ' '
G. B. &C0.
IMPRINTED OK EftCH CIG6R.
Garney, Brown & Co. Mf r's
Court House Square.
PERMANENT CURE OF
.All forma of Hernift ft specialty. We!l
known Scrauton physicians in cbarg.
GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO., LIE.
203 Washington Avenue.
P. J. Run no, of the city treasurer's of
flrc, is In New York i'lty.
Mrs. W. T. Slmimon Is visiting relatives
In KuKton ami Mumli Chunk.
Tullle MoiKuii returned lust evening
from u buMiiifKH trip to New York.
William Henry Hall, of C'nrbnmlule, wuu
married to Jllss .Mlnnl,. jry Hnlles, of
J lone-Mule, ut AMermiui Fuller's olflco
Mr. an.l Jlrn. ('. 1'. Matthews have re
1urnW from their weiMliiK trip und are
occupying their newly furnished home ut
!E!4 guliiey uvenue. They will receive their
friends after Dee. J.
f)r. Stephen s. AVulson, a nutlve of
Trenton Hollow, X. Y und a Kradunte of
the Jefferson Medlral college of 1'hlludel
rhlu. registered with I'rothonotiiry l'ryor
yesterday . as a idiyslclun. He will prac
llre at Wckville.
At a meeting of the Woman's auxiliary,
St. Luke's liruni'h, Mrs. Ueorge I.. JJlck
hoii, .Mrs. Kverett Wurren and Airs. Kog
ers Israel were elected delegates to the
Hiinunl meeting of the Ulocesmi branch
to. he held In Wlllliimsport, Nov, lit and 2u.
Cohen's Store Closed.
Deputy Sheriff Orlswold yesterday
closed thft general more of Simon
Cohen, of Burbertown, on an execution
"or 300 held by Woe, Levy Co., of
this city. The goods will be Hold next
Seranton's Business Interests.
THET nim'NE will soon publish u care
fully compiled and classified list of the
Lading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional Interests of Scran
ion und vicinity. The edition will be
bound In book form, beautifully lllustra
ed with photogravure views of our pub
lic buildings, business blocks, streets.
etc., together with portraits of leading
citizens. No slmilur work has ever given
an equul representation of Summon'
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 un unequalled advertisement
of the city. The circulation is on a plan
that cannot fall of good results to those
concerned us well us the city at large.
Hepresentatlves of THK TRIBUNES will
rull upon THOB1C WHOBK NAM KB are
1)1581 KKD in this edition und explain Its
nature more ruuy. v
Those desiring views of ther residences
In this edition will please leave notice at
, , Jluy the Weber
nd get the best. At Guernsey Broi
A Foe to Dyspepsia
IS LIKE A GOOD TEMPER, "IT SHEDS A
BRIGHTNESS EVER). WHERE."
ON OTHER SIDE OF CHANNEL
i'nssiny Events of the Day on the
' .'" West Side of the lirv Noted.
IY0KITES EX.I0V A SMOKE K
New Social Kuoais Opened with u l'eust of
.Vnslo and Tobucco-Work to
llcgln ut Once on the New
'o. 1 0 School.
Hubert Morris Indue, Order of Ameri
can True Jvoritea, opened their new so
cial rooms last evening liy giving a
smoker. About I'M young men were
present. There are two rooms, and
these are tinely furnished. In a cornel'
of the imrloi Is a pluuo, and this was
decorated Willi chrysanthemums and
The evening was devoted to garni t',
music and speevh making. The lvorltes
quartette, consisting of David Owen,
Will Keynolds, Emerson Owen and Wal
ter Jones, rendered several plantation
melodies. Emerson Owen recited his
latest production, entitled "The Mur
derer." The piece- Is u soliloquy of the
murderer In his cell, and It wus ren
dered in a realistic manner. Solos were
rendered by Professor William Kvans,
Morris Thomas and Philip Warren.
The members also sang, uccompanled
by Llewellyn Jones on the pluuo. ,
Speeches on the lodge, Its work und
the nuture of the meeting were given by
Councilman li. K. Kobathun, City En
gineer Jiseph Phillips, W. (laylo:d
Thomas, John J. lJavies. John M. Har
ris, Willium It. Lewis and John It.
Kurr. The meeting was a most success
ful one, und the rooms are now opened
for the young men.
'1 lie New School.
Th" work of erecting the new Xo. 1f
school will be commenced by Contrac
tors John Henore & Son In a few days.
The building will be located on Uebecca
avenue, near Jucksoti street. Twelve
rooms are to accomodate the pupils of
the several grades. '
Pour additional teachers will be re
quired. Six teachers will be taken from
the old building and two from the Uur
lleld avenue mission, which Is now used
us an overllow. The building will be
completed as soon um possible.
.Married in New York.
lr. P. P. Moylaii, of. South Main
avenue, and Miss Florence Pulrcltlld.
daughter of George Kalrchlld, of iJallun,
were married In New York city on Wed
The marriage wus a quietly arranged
uffulr, as none but the iie-ur relutlves
knew the purpose of the trip. After
spending a short time In New York
city, they will go to Washington und
other cities, und return here next week.
Lr. Moylun Is well known here and has
a large practice. His bride wus u.oriner
resident here, and hits u lurge circle of
friends. They will make their future
home on North Sumner avenue.
Milllam 1'owcll Head.
William Powell, u respected resident
of this side, died at 10.3" o'clock
Wednesday evening after u two weeks
Illness of typhoid fever. Mr. Powell
wan born In Wales and was 2 years
of uge. He was employed in the Hyde
I'ark mines and i survived by a widow
and one child. William.
He was a member of" the Independent
Order of P.ed Men and the Knights of
the Golden Kugle, of Wllllumsport;
Court Lackawanna, Ancient Order of
Foresters, of this city. The funeral
will tuke place Suiuluy afternoon at 2.30
o'clock. Services will be conuuciea oy
Kev. 1). P. Jones, of the Tabernacle
Congregational church, and itev. Peter
Roberts, of Olyphant. Interment In
the Washburn Street cemetery.
lirlef Notes of IntereM.
P. M. Kagen, of Chestnut street, is
Koblnsoii street Is covered with eight
Inches of mud.
Miss Kay Williams, of North Sumner
avenue, Is visiting friends In Wilkes
Bai're. The choir of the Jackson Street Bap
tist church will meet this evening to
rehearse Christmas music.
Jacob Jones, of Fourteenth street
employed as an engineer at the Hump'
ton mines, uunounces himself as a can
didate for common council from the
Second district of the Fifteenth ward
The members of Court Pride of Lack
awuuua, Ancient Order of Foresters,
will meet on Sunday uftenioon at 1
o'clock ut Morgan's hull to attend the
funeral of their lat,e brother, William
Tim Ladies' Aid society of the Ply
mouth Congregational church will hold
a fair and festival In the church chapel
on . Dec. 4, 5 nnd S. The object Is to
raise money to liquidate the church
debt. They will display many cholcj
articles for sale. A festival will be
held each evening.
The funerul of J. K. Kresge, of the
rear of Ninth street, who died on
Wednesday evening from pneumonia.
will take place thin afternoon from his
late home. He will be removed on the
12.H0 Delaware, Lackawanna and West
em train for Stroudsburg, where Inter
ment will be made. 1 The Improved
Order of Heptasophs will attend.
NORTH END NOTES.
Wude M. Finn, of Court street, and
Providence road, Is repainting his resi
dence. A large) number of young people
gathered ut the North Main Avenue
Huptlst church lust evening, when they
Blurted their winter's course of reading.
They read poiilona of Julius Caesar
The Company H armory wus com
pletely tilled last evening for the second
evening of the unmiul bazaar of the
Puritan Congregational church. A num
ber of tableaux- were given under the
direction of Miss Margaret Da vies. A
musical entertainment Is being pre
pared for tonight.
. .The Kohcmiati club held their month
ly banquet at the residence of Bernard
Clark, on Willium Htreet, Wednesday
evening. An excellent menu was pre
pared by Thomas J. Reese. Music was
furnished by the Symphony Mandolin
and Oultar club, also Instrumental nnd
f vocal music by the club members.
Miss Lavlna Dimmlck gave un enter
tainment last evening nt the residence
of K. C. Dimmlck, on Sanderson ave
nue, for the benefit of the free library
on the comer of Wyoming avenue and
Ureen Wdge street. A very lurge num
ber were present. Miss Florence Ham
6f Hotiesdule, u reudes und elocutionist
of great merit, Mrs. George Du P. Dim
mlck, Eugene Ham and Professor Con
nnt.oigniiist of St. Luke's church, 'took
The Ladies' Aid wxiety of the rnrk
Place Methodist Kplscopul church held
a conundrum tea In the church parlors
last evening, when supper w as nerved
to about 125 people; At each plate V4
placed a chrlsanthemuin with a conun
drum attached, und two prizes given to
the two answering the most of them.
Miss Kate Hruder won the first prize,
which was a handsome lui ge red chrys
anthemum, named W. W. Cole, and
Mrs. George A. Homer, the second
prize, which wuh a small white L. Can
non chrysanthemum, both of wfilch
cume from the hot house of O. It. Clark
P.. S. Myers, of Church avenue, a
hrukciiiuu on the Delaware und Hud
son ruilioad, fell from his train near
Yntesvllle, yesterday morning, cutting
a deep gash III the buck of bis bead
about three Inches long, and badly
bruising bis shoulder, lie climbed up
the einhuukniciit ami was taken into a
round house of the Wilkes-P.urre and
Kasteru Hailroad company,. where his
head was dressed, lie then walked to
the Yatesvlllc depot. As sim us he
was missed from the train the caboose
was detached and after a seurcli My
ers wus found in the Y'atesville station.
He unived home about noon.
About 2."i people took supper at the
Presbyterian church parlors lust veil
ing, when the l.udles' Aid society gave
their annual turkey supper. The par
lors were handsomeiy decurated.
Tallies cupuble of seuting sixty people
ut u time were Hproud In the main room
und Ice cream tables In one of the par-'
lors ut the side, which wus liundsomely
decorated. In n corner wus a booth
trimmed with laurel brunches, where
flowers and lemonade were Hold and by
It booths where home-made candies
and aprons made by the society weiv
for sale, t J rout credit is due Mrs. Hy
roil Wiiiton, president of the society
for the success of the -.iffalr. It will be
Fresh oyslers received dully at Pal
The Ladies' Missionary society held
a meeting yesterday after their praise
Recognition services were held In the
Habtlst church yesterday afternoon and
John Lowd, of Main street, left yes
terday for New York, where he will
spend u few days.
L. M. Stullbert hud the misfortune
yesterday to get his linger jdnched
while ut his work. .
Itev. A. li. u'Nell. pitstnr of the Bap
tist church, will hold extra meetings,
commencing Sunday, Nov. 2.".
A suerod concert will be held ut the
Baptist church next Tuesday evening.
Admission, adults, 2a cents: children, li
Ueorge Robertson has the foundation
laid for a new dw elling house on Fourth
street. Christian Carvln, of Scrnnloii
hus the contract to erect the building.
Mrs. Fn-d. Cook, of Port Hkiiuiond
Staten Island, wiio has been visiting
her parents oh Cherry street, left for
her home yesterday afternoon, accom
panied by her sister. Miss Jennie Pal
mer, and Miss Ida lMy.
The home of Miss Marion Kenney, of
Duller street, wus the scene of a very
pleasant gathering Wednesday evening.
Those present were: Rev. J. C. Leaoock
Philip Davis, William Warfel, Thomas
Keller. J. W. Hand. Will Llitz, Dr.
Curly, R. 1!. Hicks. 'Will Young, Kumeie.
Selgle, Churles Wellurd, Mrs. C. M.
Selgle, Mrs. Manly, Mrs. Loltchciiham.
Miss Luctlu Miller, Miss Grace, Kngle,
Miss Minnie Englc, Jennie Young,
1., ioi.e I. olz. KatlL- Oli'Soii. Lizzie Wi lli-
erel, Maud Jackson, Maine Townscnd,
Alice Spencer, Christu Iietcher, Flor
elice Donlv. Jennie Selgle, Nellie Selglo,
Mr. and Mrs. Stanly Hall and br. Knox,
of Scrauton. All present enjoyed u most
All who are Interested in the work of
temperance and know how to appreci
ate a. good entertainment, should not
fall to attend the regular meeting of the
Loyal Legion In Odd Fellows' hull next
Saturday evening at 7.4.r. One of the
muln features of the evening will be
an address on temperance by tfev. Mr
Cooper, of Scrauton, nfter which there
will be a progrumme rendered by mem
bers of the legion, consisting of reclta
Hons and souie splendid ninging by the
male quartette, The legion deserve
great praise for the splendid free en
tertalnmeiits they are giving, lis well
as for the good they are nccomplisdrlng
for the cause of temperance. Let the
people of Dunnioro encourage them In
their commendable work und greet them
with a full house next Saturday even
ing. Free for all.
Mrs. l.indsaj's Unique l nteitalnment.
Mrs. Kichard Lindsay Is organizing
an unique entertainment In connection
with the Lutheran Kvangellcul church,
which, It Is expected, will be held about
Chiiatniastlde at the armory. The
cantata, "The Flag of all Nations,
will be produced by n large chorus of
little chldren, ' dressed to represent
all nationalities. At the conelu
slon of the entertainment tables
will be provided for cuch . nation
ality represented in the audience, and
the visitors will be invited to -partake
of supper, which will be served by the
little actors uccording to the nutlon-
alltlea they represent. The little per
formers may be seen at reheursal dally
at the residence of Professor Llndsuy,
Clark Barber and Ueorge Ferris wore
yesterday discharged from the county
jail, the bills agnlnst them having been
Ignored by the grand Jury.
Plllsbnry's Flour Mills have a capacity
of 17,000 barrels a day.
We are showing a full
prices, union buits a Specialty.
MEARS - & - HAGEN,
415 Lacka. Ave., Scranton.
NEWS OF THES0UTH SIDE
Contractor's Death a Shock to a Larye
Circle of friends.
ITXERAL OF EMIL SCHMIDT
Kvon,T. Morgan, of Minooka, Pied Yes-
tcrduy .Morning After a Short Illness.
New Holler House at the North
Works Being Kreetcd.
Everybody was shocked when the an
nouncement of the death of Kmil
Schmidt wus seen In The Tribune yes
terday morning. Just when the report
wurf gaining ground that he wus recov
ering. IiIh death cume und removed from
the business circle of the South Side
one of the most prominent citizens.
Mr. Suhinldt wus :!." yeu-s of uge and
leaves u wife und live children. He
prospered as a slate roof contractor
and had always conducted a thriving
business. He did not belong to any
Si clety other than the South Side board
of trade. Two of his brothers. Charles
nnd Wnehold, of San Antoido, Texas,
were telegraphed for and huve started
to reach here in time for the funeral,
which will take place Sunday afternoon
ut 2 o'clock. Interment will be mude
In Plltstoa Avenue cemetery.
Heath of Lvun T. Morgan.
Another death thut has removed n
prominent and respected citizen oc
curred yesterday morning at 7 o'clock,
wheii'Evun T. Morgan, of Minooku
pussed uway from this life. Mr. Mor
gun hud been sick only since last Sat
urday, of typhoid-pneumonia. His
death Is a sudden shock to a large num
ber of people, who had learned to re
spect the deceased us an upright and
He was singled out by his fellow citi
zens several times for loeul political'
preferment. He was Justice of the
peace of Lackawuiina towniihlp for five
eurs, and served two terms us school
director. His widow and seven chil
drenMrs. John Medlur, of Taylor, Al
bert K., John, Rachel, Jessie, Alice and
Willie, survive him. The funeral will
be held Sunday afternoon ut 2 o'clock.
Interment will be mude In the Forest
Home cemetery, ut Taylor.
South Side Jotting.
George Ruseii und William Smith are
hunting at Muplewood.
George Stegmlle, of Crown avenue, Is
seriously 111 of typhoid fever.
S. S. Spruks Is visiting In Buffalo and
will return home on Monday.
Peter linggerty, of Fig street, hus an
nounced himself us a candidate fur se
AVilllum Melster has been employed
us traveling salesman for Korna. tier's
The concert of the Royal Arcanum
next Tuesday night at Fruehun's hull
will be noon to the public and till art
Invited. The dlrei tors of the Scrauton Axle
works ' met yesterday and transacted
regular business. Today they will in
spect the works.
The maniuge of Miss Llllle Daiik
wertz to Uliich Wurren wus solemnized
last night ut the Prospect Avc-nue Ger
man Lutheran church by Rev. Edward
Lunge. A reception followed ut Woik
On the Hat ground along South Wash
ington avenue opposite the lurge pump
house the Luekawanna Iron and Steel
company Is erecting ,'u large boiler
Imuse for the generation of steam to
supply the North works.
. An I.eniiig with Lowell.
A very pleasant anil Instructive en
tertainment wus given last evening in
the lecture room of Klin Purk church
by the members of C. N. Lee's Bible
cluss "An Evening with Jumos Rus
sell Lowell." The Immense hall was al most
tilled with the class und their
OF THE SEASON.
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hals,
Walking Hats, Sailor Hats, Chil
dren's Hats, Children's Caps,
It will pay you to buy either to
day or tomorrow.
HASLACHER'S -: MILLINERY
H. UNGFELO, SUCCESSOR.
324 Lacks, Ave.
Blank and Miscellaneous Books,
Photograph and Scrap Albums,
Teacher aud Family Bibles, Pic
turcs fur Wedding Gifts, Gold
Pens, Fine Stationery und Writ
PRATT - STATIONARY - STORE
312 Lackawanna Avenue.
SCARLET, NATURAL, FOR
line of Xuderclotliiug aud
friends. The following is the prog
ramme:- "Life of James Russell
Lowell," Harry Yost, read by R. l-Srncst
Comegys; piano solo, Mr. EcknVhn;
recitation, Edith Jones; piano solo. Miss
L. M. Evans: "Lowell's Home," Mr.
Kcknmn; reading, Stella Y'ost; recita
tion, Miss Sweetzer.
Mr. Lee's class, which is one of the
largest Tn the city, will give an enter
tainment of a literary nature every two
months durlhg the wlriter.
Rev. W. W. gliuw, M. A., pastor of
the Presbyterian church, will lecture
on ".North China; the Seat of the Pres
ent War," in Father Mathew hall on
Thursday evening, Nov. Mr. Shaw
dwelt in North China us a missionary
for several years, and is well qualified
to speak on the life of the people of that
region. The lecture deserves to be at
tended. Cl'ty Solicitor Torrey, of
Scrauton, will be chairman at the lec
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.
V e have one pattern in
La Belle 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.
Because the Children Wear
Out loU of shoes, but drop in
and look at our "Oil Doilgola"
shoes for misses aud children,
And when the children are
wearing out shoes it's pretty
sure they don't need medicine
Then Anain Our
Shoes Are Cheaper
Those Oil DonaiOlas" are
the kind that have good soles,
throw off water and eive vou
about halt more service lor
your money than you usually
Lace or Button. Ladies
Shoes in the same quality.
YOUR SHOE MAN,
410 Spruce Street.
LOSE A HAT
ON THE ELECTION?
at 412 SPRUCE ST.,
cr 205 LACK A. AVE
offer, superior quality at popular
LARGE VARIETY, GOOD
We want to" show you
Colors, Grey, Black
308 LACKAWANNA AVE.
50 Ladies' Beaver Coats
worth $9.00, for -
ioo Children's Long Coats,
worth $10.00, for -
100 Children's Eiderdown
Angora fur, worth $1.50,
1 case Men's Natural Wool
75c, for - - -
Something New Every
HAIR CHS FOR
WILL OFFER 4 SPECIAL BARGAINS THIS WEEK
Something nice for a Christmas Gilt.. Cliaius made out of your own or
some dear friend's hair. Leave ordera a early as possible.
E. M.HETZEL, - 230 Lacka. Ave.
FUR WILL FLY
Wlic-ii you so hunting for raUiitx if you
K't one of our Sims thut wo utv hi-Huik "t
fUl urloi's, the lined lot of nuns at the
lowest. prlot-H ever ol'l'ercil hi the vlty.
Think of li, a llrai-cuis hummeries gun
CLARENCE H. FLOREY,
Y M. C. A. BUILDING.
It w ould require the entire paper, und perhaps mure, to ilu it full justice.
A BRIEF DESCRIPTION!
We're showing original and exclusive STVLKS l CHILDREN'S
CLOTHlXtl that were never before seen or heard of in this city. Any novelty
imaginable is here at your disposal, such us
GREAT RENOWNED CALLEN COMBINATION SUI
Consisting of a Coat, 2 pairs: of Pants, and a cap of all wool material,
.WAKKASTED X0T TO RIP.
IT'S A GREAT TRADE WINNER.
We're delighting hosts of bos
Straps combined, which no FREE to
137 AND 139
STYLES AND LOW PRICES.
and Oxford Mixed.
308 LACKAWANNA AVE.
in black and bine,
- - $5.98
from 6 to 12 years,
- - $5.50
Coats trimmed w ith
for - 75c
Week. See Show Windows,
133 FRANKLIN AVE.
Wo ari now Jolny u enora! Drug, Pulnt
an.l oil business ut ih ahuve locution,
during lb cif-Uon of our store bullUlnic
recently destroyed by lire.
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
rvr. TELEPHONE CALL. NO. 223.
All ottici s promptly filled an.l delivered t
Bny purl of the city.
133 FRANKLIN AVENUE.
Silk Astrakhan Reefers, Satin Lined,
Shawl Collar Cape Ulsters and Over
coats, English Paddock Overcoats
for Children, Hood Ulsters and Over-
coats, different designs, Single,
Double and Triple Cape Overcoats,
a great variety, Reefer, Junior and
Yestee Suits, Handsomely Trimmed,
and LAST, tat not LEAST,
with the Scholars' Companion and Book
Children's Clothiug buyers.
AND SHOE HOUSE
penn avenue. -
''. S. L. QALLEN.