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THE 'SCR ANTON TRIBUNE MONDAY : "MORNING, NOVEMBER 2G, 1894.
NORTON'S NEW STORE
115 Wyoming ave.
Artists' materials, all sorts.
Dennison's imported tissue and crepo
Papers and materials for using same.
A full assortment always in stock.
Tube colors for oil and China painting.
Artirts' colors in bottles, cakes, pans,
Canvas, academy board, Hall's gold,
Wax material, draughtmen's
Fine stationary for social uses,
From Whiting's, Crane's, and
Engraving ami printing to order
On short notice by expert mechanics.
See specimens and get Cur prices.
Miscellaneous and gift books,
Sets and single vols. Cloth aud
Ournssorlment is large and complete
Bibles, every description, size and
Prayer books, hymnals, music books.
New store, 115 Wyoming ave.
And always have
MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE
TO THE TRADE BY
The Weston Mill Go,
hi v in
THE GENUINE POPULftR
HAVE THE IHITHLS
G. B. &CO.
I0IPRIHTED ON EACH CIGAR.
Carney, Brown & Co. Mf r's
A Foe to Dyspepsia
) Court House Square.
PERMANENT CURE OF
All forms of Hcrnin n specialty. Wo'.l
known Scrautun physicians in charge.
GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO., LIE,
203 Washington Avenue.
ART SALE THIS EVENING.
Fine Collection of Paintings to lie Sold at
The first auction sule of hlh-class
pulntliiKS of the Scott art collection
.will take place this evening at 8 o'clock
at the gallery in the Garney & Brown
mlldlng, at coiner of Adams avenue
nd Linden street. The gullery will be
losed at 3 o'clock this afternoon In
irder that arrangements for the even
:ig sale may he made, but will be
peiied again at 7 In the evening,
Uiyers are requested to bring opera
;lasses, which will enable them to ob
.aln bettor views of the paintings.
B. Scott, Jr., who is well and favor
ably known in Scranton, will person
ally, conduct the sale, and will offer one
of the finest collections ever seen in this
The paintings which have been on ex
hlbltlon during the past week have been
greatly admired by art connoisseurs.
and the bidding this evening will no
aouot be lively.
Samuel Wilson, of Rahway, N. J de
Jivereu an excellent address on "Tho
Higher Civilization" at the Kreo Christian
cnuren, ureen Kidire, Inst nlcht.
Special services were hold by the Grace
Lutheran church at the Young Men's
Lnrlsllnn association rooms yesterday.
wnen ev. J. a. j loner, or ftluncle, Fa.
preached to largo congregations. '
Rev. Dr. McLtod, of the First Presbyte
rlan church, Is expected home from Ku
Special services were conducted at the
imuiey btreet tiaptlBt church, Dunmore,
and will be continued (luring this week,
Fred Dreyer, of Moody's school, Chicago,
is. rendering valuable assistance to the
Mrs, Rachael Davis, of Wisconsin, will
preacn at the Providence Welsh Congre
gauonui church tonight.
Kev. D. M. Klnter, of Providence, will
leave for Kincals, Pa., toduy for tho pur
pose or conducting revival meetings.
At tho Providence Presbyterian church
yesterday special offerings wero made for
the hoard of home missions. The Thanks
giving services held by the Sunday school
members last evening wero a great sue
A large number of new hymnals, as re.
cently revised, were placed In the pows of
6t. David s church yesterday.
Thecollectlon known as "Peter's Pence
was taken up at St. Peter's cathedral yes
lertlay morning at all the masses. This
collection Is taken up In Catholic churchc
the world over for tho benefit of the dodo.
'Miss Mecklem played two solos on tho
saxophone at tho Second Presbyterian
rnurcn last night. Mr. and Miss Mecklem
will play at tho Young Men's Christian
association concert this evenimr.
After tho Thanksgiving service at the
Itaiiroau loung Men's Christian assocla
tlon rooms a party of railroad men left
In a private car for Moscow, whore they
conducted a successful service at tho
Metnodint episcopal church.
Yesterday afternoon witnessed tho larc.
eBt audience yet gathered at the afternoon
meetings, when Kev. Warren O. Part
rlilgo delivered a stirring address to young
men. v . j. twnu conducted tho meeting
and Miss Mecklem played three solos on
the saxophone, accompanied by her father
on the harp. Tame Morgan's Glee clu
and Conrad s orcnostra assisted In the
musical programme, . ,
N OTHER SIDE GF CHANNEL
'ussinij Events of the Day on the
cst Side of the City Noted.
SABBATH SCHOOL SERVICES
Held Last Night in the Plymouth Congre
gational Church Funeral of .Mrs.
George Smith from Her Late
Homo on Eighth Street.
The large auditorium of the riymouth
Congregational church was well filled
last evening at the rally service, which
was held under the auspices of the chil
dren of the Sabbath school. It was com
posed of dialogues on missionary work,
singing and recitations. The church
was prettily decorated with flags and
bunting. The pulpit was trimmed with
a neat design of (lags. The young peo
ple gave their parts in a pleasing man
ner. A. 1$. Eynon, superintendent of the
Subbath school, presided. The pro
gramme was as follows: Singing by
school; reading, "The Young Soldier;"
'ecltatlon, "Welcome," Haydn Oliver;
ecltatlon, "Girls of Today," Miss Nellie
Morgan; reading, "Do You Care." David
Owens; recitations by Lewis Thomas,
Ruth Lewis and Lewis Thomas; re-
ponslve exercise, school; class exercise,
six boys; recitations, Mary James, Bes
sie Evans; Infant class exercise, sixty
children; map exorcise, Eddie Hughes
and Infant class; recitation, "Discovery
f Aniprlea," Howard Eynon; responsive
exercise, "Our Work," school; dialogue,
three boys; blackboard exercise, Jennie
Lewis; recitation, "Counting the Steps,"
Margaret Evans; dialogue, Thomas
Eynon and Arthur Davis; reading, Anna
Williams; dialogue, "The Hoy's Society,"
five boya, two girls; singing, school;
reading, Edna Evans; recitations,
Charles Cadwgan, Mabel Thomas and
David Harris; collection and benedic
tion. Mrs. Smith Hurled.
The funeral of Mrs. George Smith,
who died on Thursday, occurred yester
day afternoon from the family home on
Eighth street. Services were conduct
ed by Kev. Warren G.' Partridge, of the
Perm Avenue Haptlst church, and Rev.
L. ('. Floyd, D. D., pastor of the Simp-
sou Methodist Episcopal church. The
floral offerings were of neat design.
The remains were taken to the Wash
burn Street cemetery where Interment
lli'lef Notes of Interest.
E. It. Griffiths, of Mount Carmel, is
visiting his family on Price street.
William II. Davles, of AVilkes-Harre,
is visiting friends on Washburn street.
Mrs. Henry Jones, of Washburn
street, has returned from Wllkes-Darre.
J. J. Reynolds, of Hampton street,
has returned from a business trip to
The ball for the benefit of Morga'n C.
Jones, of Hellevuo, has been postponed
until Christmas eve.
Rev. D. P. Jones, of the Tabernacle
Congratrarlonal church, preached at
Camp 33, Patrlotio Order of True
Americans, will hold an entertainment
In their lodge rooms tomorrow evening.
Harry Jenkins, of South Hyde Tark
avenue, a student at joining sem
inary, spent the Sabbath with his par
ents. West Side Business Directory.
PHQTOGRAPHER-Cablnct Photos, $1.40
per dozen, J ney are .iuhi loveiy. con
vince yourself by calling at Starner'a
Photo Parlors, 101 and 1U3 South Main
PLUMBINO-Willlam D. Griffiths, 113
North Main avenue, does nnt-clasn
Plumbing, Steam Heat and Gas Fitting.
Satisfaction la strictly guaranteed.
GROCERIES Revere Standard Java
Coffee is unexceiien. ine leaning corree
of the day. For sale only at F. W. Mu
son & Co. Fine Groceries, 110 South
SECOND HAND FURNITURE Cash
for anything you nave to sell, v urnl
ture. Stoves, Tools, etc. Cull and seo
the stock of J. C. King, 1024 und 10JG
WALL PAPER Go to Fred Reynolds,
20b worm main avenue, ana Bee nis
complete lino of Wall Paper, Paints
and Window Shades. Just opened with
a new stock.
OYSTERS R. E. Davis" market house.
Dealer in f oreign and uomesuc r runs.
Ovsters served In every style. 310 North
Main avenue, next to Clarke's
Special Rutos Via. the Lehigh Valley H. K.
On account of the second annual mew
ing of the LehlKh Valley Eisteddfod asso
ciation to be held ut Allentown Thanks-
iclvinK Day. round trip tickets will be sold
by the Lehigh Valley Railroad at rate of
$1.70 from Scranton. Tickets good on all
trains and for return to and Including
Nov. 30. City ofllce. 305 Lacka. ave.
Art sale this evening at 8 o'clock at the
Garney 4 Brown building, corner or
Adams avenue and Linden street.
THE SALE OF-
PART ONE OP
THOSE QUEER PEOPLE:
WILL END WEDNESDAY,
ON THAT DAY ,
THE SALE OF
PART TWO WILL
AS WE HAVE SAID, ,
THESE PARTS ARE
NOT PARTS OF
A COUPON FAKE;
THEY'RE JUST NICE
FOR THE LITTLE ONES.
AT A DIME A PART
WE PAY EXPENSES
AND SAVE A PENNY
BESIDES. BUT YOU
SAVE TEN TO
HAVE TOU SEEN
THOSE "QUEER PEOPLE ?"
IF NOT, WHY NOT?
YOU'LL WANT 'EM
IF YOU SEE 'EM. ' ? i i , . '
A victory for paskola.
It Receives the Official Endorsement
of Eminent Experts and a Jury
of Representative Citizens.
The suit brought by Ohio's food com
missioner against a Cincinnati drug
gist for selling Paskola on the ground
that It was nothing but glucose, result
ed in a great victory for Paskola and a
verdict against the state.
During the course of the trial Pro
fessor Shaller, of the University of Cin
cinnati, testified that Paskola was not
glucose, and even if It wa3, it would
be harmless. He also bore witness to
Us activity as a digestive agent.
Professor William Dickore, of the
Miami college, testified to the same
facts. So did Professor Schmidt, the
chemist of the board of health; Profes
sor William Hoffman and others.
A practical test was made in court,
showing the digestive action of Pas
kola on eggs and meats of various
kinds, whereas glucose under precisely
the same conditions produced no ef
This test but confirmed the experts'
statements and proved Paskola- to be
of great value In indigestion and wast
This verdict disposes of the malicious
attack that has been made against Pas
kola by interested rivals, and suits have
now been brought against the proprie
tors of a well known emulsion of cod
liver oil for having given wide circula
tion to a false formula and other mis
representations regarding It.
The anlmous of this attack will be the
better understood when It Is stated that
Paskola is being largely used in the
place of cod liver oil.
IX LOCAL THEATERS.
Tonight a grand gymnastic exhibition
will be given at tho Academy of Music
by the Scranton Turn Vereln, in which
the members of the various classes will
participate. It promises to be the finest
exhibition of the kind ever seen In this
II II II
Kentuek," a melo-drama, which has
met with success in New York, comes to
the Frothingham Wednesday, Nov. 28,
and promises to be one of the best at
tractions offered by Manager Lalne
this season. The cast Is headed by
Edwin A. Summers, a promising young
actor, supported by Frederick De Vere
and a large cast. Among the prominent
features Is a race between two Ken
tuck thoroughbreds in full view of the
audience, the Lexington race course,
the realistic stable scene, etc. New
music, new songs and dances will be
II II I!
Manager Lai no has secured a splen
did Attraction for the Frothingham for
Thanksgiving day. It is Joseph Jeffer
son, the most finished actor today on
the American stage, in his old play,
"Rip Van Winkle," which has become
one of the classics of the American
II II II
Canary & Lederer's recent New York
Casino success, "The Passing Show,"
which will be the attraction at the
Frothingham on Monday, Dec. 3, has
opened a new patli In the dramutic line
being a combination of vaudeville, com
edy and opera, both comic and grand
The best artists of the vaudevilie stage
appear and the entertainment is one of
the merriest and most original of the
season. Over 100 people are engaged in
the production, and every scene Is
brought from the, New York Casino.
II II II
During the present season Davis'
theater has presented a number of va
riety and specialty attractions, many
of which have been deserving of a price
higher than the low admission charged.
The first three days of this week, mati
nees and evening, the Ladles' club will
continue the popularity of Davis' thea
ter. The Ladies' club will give a bur
lesque on "Old Kentucky Rye," a skit
called "Green Room GoBslp," and an
olio of up-to-date specialties. The
wonderful dancing of Master Henry
Williams, the champion buck, wing and
grotesque dancer of the country, head
ing a band of pickaninnies, will be a
feature of performance.
II II II
Manager Lalne, of the Frothingham,
announces some excellent attractions
at his house to follow Joseph Jefferson
and "The Passing Show." Among the
principal ones are Robert Hllliard In
"The Nominee; the farcical opera, "The
"The Nominee;" the farcical opera,
"A Trip to Turkey;" "The Engineer;"
the Cornell University Glee club; Marie
Jansen In "Delmonico's at 6;", W. H.
Power's company In "The Ivy Leaf;"
"Hoss and Hons" (return date); the Le
high University Glee, Banjo and Man
dolin club; Wilfred Clarke and com
pany; the great "Winter Circus" one
week; "Lost Paradise," the original
company, with William Morris at the
head of the cast; Comstock's minstrels
from St. James' hall, New York; Miss
Julia Marlowe In two grand produc
tions; Fanny Rice in her new comic
opera "Three Old Shoes;" 'Al. G.
Field's famous minstrels and others,
all appealing within the next two
I am prepared to receive a limited num
ber of piano pupils. For terms, etc., nd
drcss Richard F. Lindsay,
822 Mulberry street. '
Or at Powell's Music Store. " '
OF THE SEASON.
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats,
Walking Hats, Sailor Hats, Chil
dren's Hats, Children's Caps,
It will pay you to buy either to
day cr tomorrow.
HASLACHER'S -: MILLINERY
; H. LANGFELD, SUCCESSOR. ,
324 Lacka. Avo.
Blank and Miscellaneous Rooks,
Photograph and Scrap Albums,
Teacher and Family Bibles, Pic
tures for Wedding Gifts, Gold
Pens, Fine Stationery and Writ
PRATT - STATIONARY STORE
S12 Lackawanna Avenue. ,--
NEWS OF TRE SOUTH SIDE
Retirement of Edward H. Jordan from
Undertaking Firm of Jordan KCo.
PARTNERSHIP IS DISSOLVED
Mr. Jordan Will Conduct a Business of
His Own-Death of Mrs. Dorothea Brcs
scr Yesterday Her l'uncrul Will Be
Held Wednesday Afternoon.
Edward H. Jordan, of the undertak
ing Arm of Jordan & Co., of Fig street,
has retired and sold out his Interest to
Thomas F. MeDonough, the other mem
ber of the firm. News of the dissolu
tion of partnership came with surprise.
There was no concern on this Bide en
gaged in the livery and undertaking
business that was as secure in the mat
ter of established trade, and it must
have been a serious disagreement that
resulted in the disruption of the firm.
Mr, Jordan, when approached by a
Tribune reporter and asked the cause
of his withdrawal, had nothing to say
except that he wanted to start a busi
ness for himself and made up his mind
that either he was willing to buy his
partner out or sell his half to him and
retire. He said he was casting his eye
about for a property to purchase, and
If he got one that satisfied him he would
engugo light away again in the same
feath of .Mrs. Dorothea Brcsscr.
Having been ill but a few days of
typhoid fever Mrs. Dorothea Bresser,
residing with her family at the corner
of Cedar avenue and Hickory street,
died yesterduy afternoon at 5 o'clock
She was well advanced In years and
was one of the ear-y settlers of the
South Side. She was a true, Christian
woman and was regarded with esteem
and respect by numerous friends and
acquaintances. A grown up family
survives her. The funeral will take
place Wednesday afternoun at 2 o'clock
Interment will be made In Plttston
Kev. Anthony Dm kin, S. J., at St. John's
Rev. Anthony Durkin, of the Jesuit
Fathers of St. Louis Monastery, aud a
son of John Durkin, of Brook street.
sung the high mass at St. John's church
yesterday and preached a beautiful
sermon, replete with pathos and elo
quence on the gospel of the mass. Rev.
Father Durkin is visiting here and
hopes to recuperate his health, wliicl
has not been well with him for a few
The Scranton Athletic club will hold a
ball on Thanksgiving eve at Germanla
Joseph Began, rail Inspector at the
South Works, has returned from Vir
ginia, where he was on a short visit.
Tonight the new South Scranton
Building and Loan association will meet
at Moeller's hall and dispose of the re
mainder of the stock.
Services yesterday at the rooms of the
Young Women's Christian association
were very Interesting. Special music
was arranged and delighted all.
Charles Wirtz, of Plttston avenue, Is
resting easily from the burns he suf
fered while at work Saturday In the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
Patrick Hughes, an old offender, laid
down on the streets in a drunken condi
tion Saturday night and to keep him
from freezing to death Officer Coleman
locked him up.
Columbus council, Young Men's Insti
tute, at a meeting held yesterday de
cided to purchase a piano and to spend
a good deal of money on furnishings for
the quarters of the club.
The funeral of Mrs. Frederick Web
ber, of Hickory street, was held yester
day. Burial services were held at the
Hickory Street Presbyterian church and
Interment was made In Pittston Avenue
The funeral of Patrick J. Barrett, of
Plttston avenue, will take place this
morning. A high masB of requiem will
be sung at 9.30 at St. John's church. In
terment wilt be made in Mlnooka Catho
"Queer People" Going Fast.
The sale of Part One of Palmers Cox's
inimitable "Queer People" will cease
next Wednesday, when the sale of Part
Two will bgin. If you haven't ordered
the first part yet, you had better do so
of New York city, will be In his Scranton
office, '441 Wyoming avenue, every Mon
day from 8 in the morning until 9 In the
A ucw assortment of Stamp
ed Linens open Saturday,
415 Lackawanna Avenue,
,"EAST, WEST, HOME IS BEST," IF KEPT
CLEAN WITH "
TTTE HAVE a large
' V line of choice French
' r - .1 i'
i or aecorauug.
Those intending to do such
work for holiday gifts should
niake their purchases now, as
all our import orders are in.
We have a number of new
shapes aud decorations in
dinner and toilet sets that are
handsome for little money.
Onyx Top Tables,
WEICHEL I MILLAR,
116 WYOMING AVENUE.
Because the Children Wear
Out lot3 of shoes, but drop in
and look at our "051 Dongola"
shoes for misses aud children,
And when the children are
wearing out shoes it's pretty
sure they don't need medicine
Then Again Our
Shoes Are Cheaper
Those 0I1 DongOlAS" are
the kind that have good soles,
throw off water and civo you
about halt more service for
your money thau you usually
Lace or Button. Ladic3'
Shoes in tho same quality.
YOUR SHOE MAN,
410 Spruce Street.
A THREE DOLLAR BILL
Is the price of the neatest and
best suit, full suit, mind you, ut
Underwear you would want to
Of course we have some cheap
er or lower in price and some
Our winter Gloves arc of every
kind, and you're sure to be suited.
Then our Hat stock is very in
teresting to the ordinary man.
Winter Caps arc in and if you
drive much you want one.
Drop into either store and look.
412 SPRUCE AND 205 LACK. AVE.
LARGE VARIETY, GOOD STYLES AND LOW PRICES.
We want to show you
MEN'S STRICTLY ALL
Colors, Grey, Black
308 Lackawanna Ave.
GREAT BlU II PRICES.
Felt Hats, worth 49c, for - 25c
Velvet Hats trimmed with Jet and
Tips, worth- $5.00, for - $2.98
Frosted Egrets worth 39c., for 15c
New and desirable goods in Jackets, Plush
and Cloth Capes, Fur Capes, etc., arriving
daily and are sold at the Lowest Cash
118 CHAINS FOR
Something nice for a Christmas Gift.
some dear friend's hair. .Leave orders as eariy as possioie.
A RUN FOR LIFE.
Good moed is attained wlinn life Is the prize
of the chase, end goo'l tarsias ivsult from
the struggle for commercial existence. For
I'X.imple. we are now offering hholitun at
t rices wliic'i a year ui;o would hive heeu
defined fabulous. To satisfy yourselves tuut
this is trim, mine in aud see the noris. A
First'ChBS Double BarrolShotirun for $10.
I CLARENCE fl. FLOREY,
Bicycles, Sportsmen's and Gymnasium
Hoods. Y. M. C. A. Building,
mi Wyoming avenue.
UR showing at $15
all the fit and fashionable fabrics in strictly
tailor-made garments with a style and finish
about them which no tailor can improve upon.
Not only is the price quoted about half what a
tailor would charge for
Overcoat, out there is also
in them than $15 will buy
" 137 AND 139
jo 6 n ffl ffl
FTTH HrJ m IM Mi Un Itl IM WJ rm
Chains runde out of your own or
230 Lacka. Ave.
133 FRANKLIN AVE.
We are now dolnir a penernl Drug, Paint
and Oil busine.-'H at the above location,
during: the erection of our tftore building
recently destroyed by flro.
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
Ol'R TELEPHONE CALL, NO. 221.
All orders promptly tilled and delivered to
uiiy part of the city.
133 FRANKLIN AVENUE.
Goes as far in buying a fine
Dress Suit or Overcoat this sea
son as $20 did last.
We name this price because it
is one that many like to pay;
you certainly know by this time
that we've proportionate values
is a grand one, including
the same quality of Suit or
from 33 to $5 more yalue
in any other store.
AND SHOE HOUSE
S. L. GALLEN.