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THE SCR ANTON 'TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1891.
NORTON'S 1W STORE
113 Vyomlng avo.
Artists' materials, all sorls.
flennison's Imported tissue and crepo
Papers and materials for using same.
A full assortment always iu stock.
Tube colors for oil aud China paintiug.
Artirts' colors in bottles, cakes, pans,
L'uuvas, academy board, Hall's gold,
Wax material, draughtmen's
Fine (stationary for social uses,
From Whiting's, Crane's, aud
Engraving and printiug to order
On short notice by expert mechanic
fcfee specimens and get our prices.
Miscellaneous and gift books,
Sets and single vols. Cloth aud
Our assortment is large and complete,
Jlibles, every description, size and
Prayer books, hymnals, music books
. New store, 115 Wyomir.g ave.
A Foe to Dyspepsia
And always have
MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE
TOTHE TRADE BY
The Weston Mill Go,
THE GENUINE POPUUR
HAVE THE INITIALS
G. B. &CO.
IIKPfllfiTED OH EACH CIGAR.
Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's
, 'i Court House Square.
FERMANENT CURE OF
All forms of Hernia n specialty. Vfo'l
known Scranton physicians in charge.
GERMAN RUPTURE CORE CO., LIE,
203 Washington Avenue.
COUNSEL FOR FRANZ BEZEK.
Attorneys A. J. Colborn, Jr., and George
M. Wutson Directed to Defend Him.
Franz Iiezek, the young Slav who
killed his sweetheart at May-field In
September, was taken before the court
yesterday morning and Judge Edwards
assigned Attorneys A. J. Colborn, Jr.,
and George M. Watson to defend the
murderer, whose trial Is set down fur
Before counsel was appointed, Bczek,
through Interpreter Martin Woyshner,
told the court that he had no money to
employ counsel and had little hope now
of raising the necessary funds.
After Messrs. Colborn and Watson
were assigned to the defense, ISezek
' spent several hours In consultation with
them preparing a line of defense that
will be brought forward Monday.
Bright, Vp to Day Fun.
, "The Gormans In, , 'The Gllhoolys
Abroad' were at the Grand, matineeand
evening, yesterday, and played to good
business. The Khow Is full of good
specialties, bright and up to day fun,
Jine singing and the Gormans are im
mense. There are pretty girls and line
costumes and the girls know how to
sing' and dance. The Gorman brothers
make most of the fun and It is so re
freshing and bright that the audience Is
kept In an uproar all the time." Wllkes
Earre News-Dealer, Nov. 30.
HEALING WITHOUT MEDICINE.
Free Public Inhibitions of This Dower at
Music Hull livery Afternoon at 2.30
O'clock-Discuses Cured by the Laying
on of Hands,
"Andrew," the great healing power,
Is healing the sick, lame, crippled and
deaf at trie above hall every afternoon.
Crutches and canes are thrown away
and the deaf are made to hear.
The doctors have established a per
manent branch ofllceat the Westminster
hotel, where everybody who ohooses
may consult them free of charge.
The remarkable cures which have al
ready been performed In this clty-both
at the hall In public as well as at the
private office at the hotel, Is something
for. all sick people to consider. Now Is
the time for them" to get help; no time
should be lost. They should go to the
Hall today and witness the cures which
are made; and from there to the private
offices at the hotel, and consult these
eminent physicians at once.
i . .
1 Sale of " Queer People "
Nos. 2- and 3 will open
today at 9 a. m. No.
rwill close this evening.
If vou haven't secured No.
1 be sure and send your
orders before that date.
Price, 10c; by mail, 12c.
ON OTHER SIDE IJF CHANNEL
Pussimi Events of the Day on the
v West Side of the City Noted. "
MINE LAMP THE CAUSE OP HKE
Samuel Jenkins Left It Itiirning In His
Cellur-Only Slight Damage Was Done.
Painful Accident to Hobcrt kcllnm.
Funeral of .Mrs.' llrickley.
The nlnrm if fire which sounded from
box 322 nt the corner of Luzerne and
Tenth streets at 7.S0 o'clock last evening
was caused by a slight blaze In the two
story dwelling house occupied by Sam
uel Jenkins on South 'Main avenue.
. John Weichel, a neighbor who lives In
the rear of the house, was the first to
discover the flames and on rushing Into
the cellar, found that a miner's lamp,
which Mr. Jenkins had left liuinlnir in
the cellar, had set lire to the woodwork.
Mr. Weichel threw the lamo out and i
endeavored to extinguish the flames, j
In the meantime an alarm was Hpnt In
The Franklin and Columbia companies
responded, but it was only necessary to
use chemicals. The lire was put out
with only a slight damage to some wear
A Nail In His i'oot.
Robert Kellam, a young man In the
ekiploy of Capweil Bros.,
received a painful injury w
while at work
In the new house of William Shoemak
er, which Is being erected on North
Sumner avenue. Kellam Is employed
as a carpenter and while reaching for
some nulls out of a keg, he stepped upon
a rusty nail In a board, and It ran Into
his loot. The Injured member began to
swell and the young man .suffered In
tense pain, lie was taken to his home
on Lafayette street, where the foot re
ceived medical attention.
M.-5. Uric .ley Ili ricJ.
The many friends of the late Mrs.
James lirlckley, who died on Tuesday
last, assembled at the family home
yesterday afternoon, where a short
funeral service was held. The remains
were then removed -to St. David's
Episcopal church, on Jackson rtret't.
Kev. M. II. Mill, lector, officiated.
Among the many beautiful C al offer
ings were a pillow Inscribed "Mother,"
and a wreath. Interment was made In
the Washburn Street cemetery.
' A very pretty wedding was solemn
ized on this side on Thursday. The
contracting parties were David Morris,
of Wllkes-Barre, and Miss Ida May
Eseott, of South Main avenue. The
ceremony was performed at the home
of the bride's mother. The bridesmaid
was Miss Lizzie Eseott, and the
groomsman William Jones, of Wllkes
Barre. 1 I'll ladles were attired . In
pretty costumes. After the ceremony,
a wedding supper was served. Mr. and
Mrs. Morris left for WUkea-Harre,
where they will reside, taking with
them the best wishes of their many
llrief Notes of Interest.
Alex McTaggart, a motorman on the
Luzerne Street line, 'Is ill.
Mrs. G. G. Hudson has returned to the
south after a visit with relatives on
Mrs. Evan Richards, of Wllkes-Barre,
has returned home from a visit with
relntlves on this side.
Mr. Davk-s, of Wisconsin, preached
to a largo audience at the Welsh Con
gregational churchon Thursday even-
Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Stevens, of North
Sumner avenue, entertained their rela
tives at a family gathering held on
Thursday. Among the guests were Dr.
Houser and wife, of Taylor.
The Young People's Literary and De
bating society of the First Welsh Bap
tist church met In regular session last
evening. Rev. W. S. Jones presided.
The programme Tendered was of a most
William G. Thomas, n young lad re
siding on Lafayette Btreet, Was knocked
down by Chief Eerber's carriage while
crossing the street lust evening. The
former was driving to the fire on South
Main avenue. The lad, fortunately, es
caped with only a few slight bruises.
The programme for the Welsh Philos
ophical society this evening will be a
continuation of Evan P. Davles paper
on "Coal Formations nnd What They
Are Made Of." D. C. Powell will speak
on the question, "Why Is It Warmer In
the Valley Than on the Top of a Moun
tain?" Miss Jennie James, of North Fllmore
avenue. Is recovering from an enlarged
thumb which was operated upon by Dr.
George Reynolds a few days ago. When
Miss James was quite a little girl she
Injured the member, and ever since a
lurge lump of flesh has been growing
uopn It. Dr. Reynolds found It neces
sary to cut it open and remove the
strange lump. The young lady is re
covering rapidly and will be out In a
few days with the thumb entirely well.
The Ladles' Aid society of the Ply
mouth Congregational church will open
their fair on Tuesday afternoon and
continue It on Wednesday and Thurs
day. One of the features will be a
children's booth, where children will re
ceive a cordial welcome every after
noon. Tha ladles .have made careful
preparations and will have- a choice
number ot articles iur sine, ino pro
ceeds of the affair will go toward li
quidating the church debt.
'. ' West Sido Ilusincss Directory.
PHOTOGRAPHER Cabinet Photos, $1.40
per oozen. i ney uro jusi lovely, con
vince yourself by calling at Slurner's
Photo Parlors, 101 and 103 South Main
PLUMniNO-William D. Gr'mths, 113
North Main avenue, does first-cliiss
I'lummng, steam Heat aim lias Fitting,
' Satisfaction is strictly guaranteed.
GROCKRIE9 Revere Standard Java
Coffee Ih unexcelled. The leading eon e
or the day. f or sule only at . Vt . Ala
son & Co. Fine Uroceries, 110 South
SECOND HAND KURNITURB - Cash
lor anvth nil vou have to sell, r ui n
ture, Stoves, Tools, etc. Cull and see
tho stock of J. C. King, 1US4 and 1101
WALL PAPER-Go to Fred Reynolds,
20B Norlh Main avenue, and see his
complete line of Wall Paper, Paints
una winnow Sliades. just opened wun
OYSTER-R. E. Davis' market house.
Dealer In Foreign and Domestic Fruits.
Oysters served in every style. 310 North
Main avenue, next to Clarke s, -
; - JjOKTlI EM) NOTES.
Robert Slmmerell, of Breaker street,
spent Thanksgiving hunting.
Miss Emma Davis, of Main avenue, Is
visiting relatives In Carbondale.
Mrs. John D. Evans, of Edna avenue,
Is recovering after a serious lllneBs. :
Mrs. William J. Jones, of Oak street,
is recovering from a two weeks' illness.
' Miss Agnes Steuhens, of Lenoxvllle,
Is Vlsltilng her cousin, Miss Blanche
Ilalstcad, of Oak street.
The Excelsior band Is arranging to
hold a ball In Company H armory on
next Wednesday evening.
Nelson Qlleeple, of Princeton unlvers-
ity, spent Thanksgiving with his father,
John Cllesple, of Oak street.
Kev. N. F. Stab!, of the Green Ridge
Presbyterian church, expects to spend
tomorrow at Princeton university.
Rev. A.' F. Ferris will preach a ser
mon to young ladles at the Turltan Con
gregationai church tomorrow night:
Tho F. P. D. F. Social club Is arrang
ing a social for Its friends to be held In
O'Malley's Jiall on next Thursday even
ing. Miss' Mary Manley, of Carbondale,
spent Thanksgiving with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Manley, of Urlek
George Burdiek, of Chinchilla, -who
on Tuesday swore out the warrant be
fore Alderman Horan for Giles Rozelle,
ot Newton, on a charge of attempting
to defraud the Providence and Abing
ton Turnpike company out of a few
centn, withdrew the charge yesterday.
By reason of the great success of the
turkey supper and entertainment of
the Young People's Temperance society
of the Green Ridge Primitive MetUod
Int church, Thursday night, a stone
sidewalk and gutter will be laid along
the borders of the church property.
Neai ly 200 persons partook of the sup
per, which was excellently managed.
Seventy dollars net proceeds were real
ized. James Larkin aud a companion
named Lanyou, of Dunmore, hired a
team and surrey of Liveryman Mc
Donough, of that place, Thursday, and
with two fair Scranton companions
started for Priceburg. At the Main'
avenue culvert over Ltgget's creek,
where rome street work Is In progress,
the party drove Into a deep hole. All
escaped with a few bruises. The surrey
was badly damaged, but the horses
were not injured. The young men hired
a carriage of Liveryman O'Donnell,
and abandoned the Priceburg trip. The
surrey was left on Main avenue until
6 o'clock lust night, when Liveryman
McDonough took it away.
NEWS OF THE SOITJI SIRE.
Patrick lloylc's Thumb Bitten Off by a
Dead Pis lie Thought the Pig Was
Pcad-Ilud reeling l'.xists ltetwcen
Hotelier Hug and Smoker Wein. Over n
Patrick Boyle, of S.'iO Fig street, is a
coal digger by occupation, and in the
killing season he butchers pigs. A friend
of hiu in the North End sent word to
him that he had a fat pig to send to the
happy hunting grounds and Boyle went
up yesterday to provide his friend with
Christmas pork. The unsuspecting
animal was led forth to be slaughtered;
Boyle, with sleeves rolled up and armed
with a cleaver, smote the pig and th'-n
watched it until Its blood had oozed out.
The carcass was put through the for
mula, of scalding in a vat of hot water
nnd not the suspicion of a squeal came
from the apparently deceased porker.
It was a half hour afterward before
Boyle began to subject the animal to
the shaving process, nnd when he did
he stuck his hand In the pig's mouth so
as to get a firm hold In assisting to
move the animal a few feet higher on
the board, imd Imagine his horror when
the pig gave signs of life, closed its
mouth and actually bit the top of his
thumb off. He worked no more but
went home and sent for Dr. Manly,
who had to amputate an inch of the
thumb bone. Boyle was afraid that
blood polosn would set In, but the doc
tor quieted his fears.
They Traded Cows.
Butcher Fred Hug, of Plttnton ave
nue, and Smoker Welnz, of Prospect
avenue, made a dicker two months ago
that resulted in an exchange of cows.
The butcher had a bovine that he rep
resented was a first-class one for giv
ing milk, and Smoker had one that was
just fit to be, butchered, but was not
any great shakes In supplying milk
for till the little Smokers. Mug's cow
did not come up to expectations and
this so disgusted Smoker that he visited
the death penalty on her yesterday. He
was also looking for Hug and It was
not by any means for tho purpose of
shaking hands with him.
Dr. J. A. Manly will spend today In
New York city.
Henry' Slebeeker and George Engle
are hunting at Lake Como.
Mrs. A. AVelnsehenk and daughter,
Mrs. D. L. llenulman, have returned
The usual afternoon services will be
held tomorrow at tho rooms of 1'ie
Young Women's Christian association.
Miss Kate Dolan, of Prospect avenue,
an elderly lady, fell down stairs yester
day afternoon and sustained n broken
arm. Dr. Manly attended the case.
There Is no truth In the rumor that
the South works will start up Monday.
General Manager McKlnney was asked
concerning the story lust night und de
Lieutenant Peter Zang, of the police
force, Is enjoying his annual ten days'
vacation, which he is spending on a
hunting trip in Wayne county. Patrol
man William Gscheidle la acting lieu
This afternoon Rt' 2 o'clock the, fun
eral of Christian Roller, the 3-year-old
son of .Mr. and Mrs. John Roller, of 77
Beech street, will take place. Inter
ment will be made in Plttston Avenue
cemetery. , .
Mrs. Anthony Lynch, of Pibtston ave
nue, aged M years, died ' yeterday
morning and will be burled tomorrow
afternoon t 2 o'clock in Mlnooka
ocmetery. A husband and a large
family of small children thr?, le.ft. lo
mourn her loss.
Drs. Manly, Fulton and Capweil yes
terday performed a surgical operation
on Mrs. Edward Hummer, of 1520 Pltts
ton avenue. She had been suffering
for the past ten years with an Internal
ailment and it was found necessary to
submit her to the surgeon's care. The
operation occupied almost the entire
day and they expect she will now begin
to recuperate her falling health.
"Tho 'sale of "Queer Teople" Nos. 2 nnd
3 commence today at 9 o'clock at The
Tribune's business otllce.
Wo want your co-operation by calling
at our store and securing a package rf
that world-fumous food absolutely froo
of charge. Colonial Food stands without
a rival. C. T. MILLER,
Court street and Diamond avo.
I am prepared to receive a limited num
ber ot piano pupils. For terms, etc., nd
drcsB Richard F. Lindsay,
822 Mulberry street.
Or at Powell's Music Store.
Blank and Miscellaneous Books,
Photograph and. Scrap Albums,
Teacher and Family Bibles, Pic
tures for Wedding Gifts, Gold
Pens, Fine Stationery and Writ
v tng Tablets.
PRATT - STATIONARY - STORE
, 312 Lackawanna Avenue
ELKS' LODGE OF SORROW.
Programme That Will Ho, Observed To
Tho following Is the programme that
will be observed at the Elks' lodge
of sorrow at the Academy of Music
Funerui March Beethoven
"Sabbath Day" Kruetzer
' Elks Glee Club.
Soprano Solo Selected,
Miss Louis Natalie, New York city
Memorlul Address John M. Harris
Solo "The Pilgrim" Stephen Adams
Cornet Solo Selected. .Joseph Suinmcrhlll
Duet "Hope Beyond"'. While
George DeWitt and John T. Watklns.
"Life's Journey" An Original Poem.
John E. liarrett
"Remember Thy Creator". H. N. liartlett
Elks Glee Club.
Memorial Poem E. A. Nlven
Miss Tillie Lewis.
"For All Eternltv" Mascheronl
Violin Obligalo, R. J. Bauer.
Overture "Norma" Rellinl
Eulogy C. Hen Johnson
Soprano Solo Selected,
Miss Louise Natalie
"The Sweet By and By"... .Elks Glee Club
Overture From "Travlata" Ver Jl
Bauer's orchestra of thirty-five pieces
and the Elks' Glee dub, consisting of
first tenors, L. J. Slebeeker, Howell
Davles; second tenors, George DeWitt,
Fred Hand; first bass, Will W. Wat
klns; second bass, C. P. Colvin and John
T. Watklns, director, will assist.
Simmon's ltu-Jincss Interests.
THETIlinCNKwIllsoon publish a care
fully compiled nnd classified list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional Interests of Scran
ton and vicinity. The edition will be
bound In book form, beautifully illustrstt
ed with photogravure Mews of our pub
lic buildings, business blocks, streets,
etc., together with portraits of leading
citizens. No similar work has ever given
an equal representation of Rcranton's
many industries. It will be un tnvaluablo
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 on a plun
that cannot fall of (rood results to those
concerned us well us the city nt large,
Representatives of THE TRIBUNE will
call upon THOSE WHOSE NAMES lire
DESIRED In this edition and explain its
nature moro fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
In this edition will please leave notice at
The $40,000 School House.
for Columbia avenue has been let and will
be commenced Immediately. There are
still a few more lots left at a low price.
Ollice, Theater Lobby.
Auction sales this evening nnd every uf
ternoon and evening at 2.30 and 7.30 until
father notice at Freeman's, corner of
Spruce street and Penn avenue. Colon
Come in before the rush is
on? We cany the largest
stuck of Kiii'js iu Scranton,
and with many ring makers
pushed for money we have
bouKlit at prices truly won
, Tins Solid Gold
gU'-LMf1: Kaby King -
iMM Aly Patterns,
ull,l Up to 2.00.
TMh I.a'llos' or Ciill
droll's Solid Hold Rinif,
set into renl Pearls
and Tuiiiuoiso -
Over 1,000 Ladies'
Big Value. Real
, Montana Ruby set
around with 14
Regular Sv King.
213 Lackawanna Ave.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 5.
Remnants and Short Bnds, the accu
mulation of the past few busy weeks,
at ONE-HALF PRICE.
Dress 'Goods, Silks, Ribbons,
Laces, Braids, Prints, Ginghams, Etc.
Choice, Fine and Medium Class
Goods in Every department.
MEARS & HAGEN,
- 415 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Music Ilexes Exclusively.
Pest made. Play any desired number of
tunes. Gautschl & sons, manufacturers.
1030 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won
derful orchestral organs, only $5 and S10.
Specialty: Old music boxes carefully re
paired and improved with new tunes.
Make Your Selections Now and
Have Them Set Aside.
WEICHEL & MILLAR,
116 WYOMING AVENUE
1 011 buy your
shoes of Sell an k
you wear the lat
410 Spruce St,
Is the price of the neatest and
liest suit, full suit, mind you,
Underwear you would want
ui course we nave some cheap
er or lower 111 price and some
Our winter Gloves are of every
kind, and you're sure to be suited.
Then our Hat stock is very in
tcrcsling to tue ordinary man
Winter Caps are in and if you
drive much you want one.
; Drop into either store and look
412 SPRUCE AND 205 LACK. AVE.
' MCOBEK 5.
A THREE DOLLAR B LL
LARGE VARIETY, GOOD STYLES A'D LOW PRICES.
Wc want to show you our
MPN'C HTDIfTI V All
Colors, Grey, Black
wi v t ti v9 ia v v v v III
308 Lackawanna Ave.
Felt Hats, worth 49c, for - 25c
Velvet Hats trimmed with Jet and -Tips,
worth $5.00, for - $2.98
Frosted Egrets worth 39c., for ISc
New and desirable goods in Jackets, Plush
aud Cloth Capes, Fur Capes, etc., arriving
daily and are sold at the Lowest Cash
Ill 11 F
SoniL'tbiiiK nice for a ChrMnuis Gift.
some dear friend's hair. Leave
E. M. HETZEL,
A RUN FOR LIFE.
Onort Hpecil Is attained whon lifo is tho prlzo
(if tho chase, unci good lu renins result fnm
the striitfKlo for conimon'iiil i-xisti-nto. For
rxumplf, wo aro uow offering fcliutmn nt
rriccj which a year ao would h iva been
deemed fabulous. To satisfy your.solves lliut
this is true, come in und xeo the gnnd. A
Kirst-chss Double Barrel shotgun tor $50.
CLARENCFTnL FLO RE Y,
Bicycles, Sportsmen' and Ovnmasium
Goods, Y. M. ('. A. Buildiiitf,
'ti'l Wyoming nvouno.
Defy the elements by wear
ing one of our
riiey are great storm defi
ers, We have a great
Men's Genuine Cork Sole Shoes, sold all over at $3.00. They
cannot be equalled for winter wear.
GIFT TO THE Ml
137 AND 139
Chains made out of your own or
orders as early as possible.
230 Lacks. Ave.
133 FRANKLIN AVE.
Wo are now dolns a penernl Drug, Taint
nnd Oil business nt the above location,
during the erection of our sloio building
recently destroyed by Hie.
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
OUR TELEPHONE CALL, NO. K
All orders promptly tilled und delivered t
uny part of tho city.
133 FRANKLIN AVENUE
A Scholar's Compan
ion and Book Strap
UND SHOE HOUSE
S. L. OALLEN'
m mt. tw i
rnor UN I
125 ' m