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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1894.
. 115 Wyoming ave.
Artists' materials, all sorts.
Dennison's imported tissue aud crepe
Papers aud materials for using same.
A full assortment always in stock.
Tube colors for oil and China painting.
Artirts' colors in bottles, cakes, paus,
Canvas, academy board, Hall's gold,
Wax material, draughtnien's
Flue stationary for social uses,
From Whiting's, Crane's, and
Engraving and printing to order
On short notice by expert mechanics
Bee specimens and get our prices.
Miscellaneous and gift books,
Sets and single vols. Cloth and
Our assortment is large aud 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.
THE GENUINE POPULAR
HAVE THE INITIALS
G. B. & COr
IMPRINTED ON EACH CIGAR.
Carney, Brown Sf. Co. Mf r's
'Court House Square.
PERMANENT CURE OF
All forms of Hernia a specialty. Woll
known Scrauton physicians in charge.
GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO., LIM.,
203 Washington Avenue.
Mrs. 11. T. Jayne sang at a concert in
Como, Wayne county, last evening.
Rev. N. P. Stahl, of the Green Ridge
Presbyterian church, la visiting at Prince
ton. Attorney A. A. Vosburg left Tuesday
for the south, where he will remain sev
D. C. W. Treverton Is homo on a short
visit from New York, where he Is taking a
post-graduate course in surgery.
Fred P. Smith, of New York, is In tho
city representing the Smith Heating and
Ventilating company, whose appliances
Ore to be used in the new high school
HEALING WITIIOIT MEDICINE.
THE GREAT "ANDREW" AT MUSIC HALL
EVERY AVTERXOON AT 2.30.
All Manner of Diseases Are Cured on the
Open Stngo Simply by the Lay
ing o pf Hands.
The sick, crippled, lame and deaf are
cured entirely free, and admission to
the hall is also free. EverV day the
most remarkable phenomena are pre
sentedand such a wonderful exhlbi
tlno has never been seen on any Htage,
It Is no exnggeratlon to say that the
oldest and hiost confirmed cripples do
arise and yvalk and run, leaving their
canes anil cruicnes Deninu ana mat
the aftck are healed, and that the deaf
are made to hear. The names of mnny
already I cured can be ascertained
everybody should come and see these
wonderful cures made.
The doctors have permanently located
an office at the Hotel Westminster,
wherj they can be consulted free, from
9 a.m until 8 p. m. dally. All sick
people should consult these eminent
nyslclans at once, while everything is
done absolutely free.
Tho Central's East Train.
Included In the Central Railroad cf
New Jerseyfs new (schedule, effective
Nov. 1H, Is train No. 12, to which public
Dttentlon Is called. It is 'the fastest
train departing southward from Scranton,
Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Reading, Al-
lento wn, Uethlchem, - Kaston and New
xoi-K, carrying a coach to Philadelphia
via nciniennm and bullet Darlor car to
New York. This Flyer leaves Soranton at
i.ia p. m., arriving at Philadelphia at
o.w p. m. unu ew York at G.OO p. m.
T. B. McCllntock.
has Just, received a large lot of Palms
Ferns, etc., for holiday presents and In
. . Attention Evcrvhn.1v
We want your co-operation by calling
hi our store una securing a package cf
that, world-famous food absolutely free
of charge. Colonial Food stnnds without
a rival. . U. T. MILLER,
, . Court street and Diamond ave,
, Buy the Weber , .
and get the beat At Guernsey Bros
Call at Griffin's new Photo Studio,
ground noor, iw Wyoming avenue.
A Foe to Dyspepsia
West Side of the City Noted.
THE PAIR AT PLYMOUTH CHl'KCH
Conducted by the Ladles' Aid Society.
funeral of Miss Victoria Jones, of the
First Welsh Ilnptist Ctaurcli-Sur-prk
Party for Jucob Koch.
The Ladles' Aid society of the Ply
mouth Congregational church opened
their fair and festival at 4 o'clock yes
terday afternoon in the church chapel.
The afternoon was devoted chiefly to
children, although a large number of
ladles were present. The room Is pret
tily decorated with ilags and bunting
which, with the boothB, make the scene
very picturesque. At the central booth
are sold all kinds of fancy work and
donated articles. Those in charge are:
Misses Jennie Lewis, Delia P. Evans,
Lizzie A. Kvuns, Martha Vaughn and
Maggie Price. The children's booth
consists chiefly of dolls of which there
is a large variety. It is In charge of
Mrs. W. J. Morgan, Mrs. William T.
Davies, Miss Lizzie Davles. At the
apron booth are Miss Ella O. Evans,
Mrs. Margaret Reese, Mrs. John Ed
wards and Mrs. Joseph. There are
The cashiers are Richard Owens and
A. II. Eynon. Those who wait at
tables are Mrs. H. F. Forber, Mrs.
William James, Mrs. Watklns, Mrs.
Relic Harris, Mrs. Roberts and Mrs.
Saul Jones; at the quilts are Mrs.
Maria Allen, Mrs. John H. Williams
and Mrs. Jonah Evans; kitchen, Mrs.
Jenet Hughes, Mrs. G. F. Eynon, Mrs.
William Gray, Mrs. Joseph Hughes,
Mrs. Young, Mrs. Lizzie Reese.
The fair was opened with remarks by
the pastor, Rev. Thomas Hell, followed
by prayer. Several business men mude
donations, among whom are Kramer
Bros., Fred Reynolds. Hull & Co.,
Protheroe & Co., Williams & McAnulty.
Provisions were donated by the ladles.
The -officers of the .society are: Presi
dent, Mrs. John A. James; vice presi
dent, Mrs. John A. Evans; secretary,
Mrs. W. S. Morgan; treasurer, Mrs. D.
Miss Jones Buried.
The funeral of Miss Victoria Jones,
the daughter of Reese Jones, who died
at her parents' home on Ninth street on
Saturday evening, took place at 2.30
o'clock yesterday afternoon, A very
large number attended. The funeral
services were conducted at the home
by Rev. W. G. Jones, pastor of the
First Welsh Huptlst church, assisted
by Rev. Jacob Jones, of Plymouth, and
Rev. A. W. Cooper, of the Hampton
Street Methodist Episcopal church. The
floral tributes were very beautiful. The
remains were conveyed to the Wash
burn Street cemetery, where Interment
was made. The flower bearers were
Misses Martha Davles and Alice Will
lams. The pall bearers were Luther
Lewis, D. J. Davles, John Edwards,
William J. Thomas, Yv'llllum Parry and
Minor News Notes.
Misses Grace Thayer and Gertie Mil
ler, of this side, have returned home
from a visit with Pifrtston friends,
The Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western company will pay their em
ployes at the Sloan aind Hampton
A Welsh costume entertainment and
social will bi Jield by classes Nos. 8
and 9 of the Tabernaole Sunday school
this evening. Admission, 10 cents.
Miss Bessie Daniels, of Nantlcoke,
a .niece of Mrs. W. G. Daniels, of South
Main avenue, died on Sunday at her
home. The funeral occurred yesterday.
A large number of West Side people
will leave for Lansford tomorrow to
attend the funeral of the late Morgan
Evans. Mr. Evans was a former resi
dent of this side.
A surprise party was held on Monday
evening in honor of Jacob Koch, at his
home on North Bromley avenue. About
thirty couples were present. The even
ing was devoted to music, games and
Morgan Evans (Meurlg Aman), of
Lansford, died very suddenly of pneu
monia Sunday at 1.30 p. m., after an
illness of only a few days. His funeral
will take place tomorrow. Services ait
Lansford ait 1 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. William Rogers and
son, of Oamden, N. J.; James Brown,
of New York; Mr. and Mrs. Vlning
and Mr. and Mrs. Stocker ,of Great
Bend, are here attending the funeral
of Mrs. II. E. Brown, of North
Sumner avenue, which occurs Oils
The gang of workmen In the employ
of the Scranton Traction company
have finished the work of laying rails
between Swetland street and Bull's
head, with the exception of the wire
connections on each rail. It Is expected
that the road will be opened about the
middle of this month.
An exciting game of foot ball took
place yesterday afternoon between the
teams of No. 1 and no. is senoois.
No. H team was superior to 'their op
ponents in every way. The rushing
and tackling was remarkable. Final
score was 12 to 0 in favor of No. 14.
Coons and Williams made the touch'
downs for the winning team, and Wal
ter Davles, the full bock, kicked both
West Side Business Directory.
PHOTOGRAPHER Cabinet Photos, $1.40
per dozen. They are Just lovely. Con
vince yourself by calling at Stumer's
Photo Parlors, 101 and 1U3 South Main
HORSESHOEING N. Bush, practical
horseshoer. Work done only In a llrst-
class manner and guaranteed satisfac
tory. Shop, Price street, close to North
OROCERIES Revere Standard Java
Coffee Is unexcelled. The leading coffae
of the day. For sale only at r . w. Ma
son & Co. Fine Groceries, 116 South
SECOND HAND FURNITURE - Cash
lor anything you have to sell. Furnl
ture, Btoves, Tools, etc. Call and see
the stock of J. C. King, 1024 and 1026
WALL PAPER Go to Fred Roynolds
200 North Muln avenue, and see his
complete line of Wall Puper, Pulnts
and Window Shades. Just opened with
PLUMBINO-Wllllam D. Griffiths, 113
worm Main avenue, does nrst-clnss
Flumulng, steam Heat and Gas Fitting.
BuiiBiuciion is sinciiy guaranteed.
OYSTERS R. E. Davis' market hnuso.
Dealer In Foreign and Domestic; Fruits.
Oysters served in every style. 810 North
Main avenue, nexi la name's. .
FUNERAL OF MRS. PEARCE.
Interment Mado In Forest Hill Cemetery
The remains of Mrs. Mary Pearce,
wife of Francis Pearce, were laid In
their laslt resting place in Forest Hill
cemetery, yesterday afternoon. .
.The funeral services were conducted
ait the home of the deceased in Park
Place, "by Rev. George L. Ailrlch, her
pastor. ' He made a short address, men
tloning the fact that Afns. Pearce was
one of the charter members of Grace
church and bearing testimony to her
genuine Christian character. . D.urlng
Passing Events of the Day on
her last illness she had expressed her
readiness to- depart If it wre God's
will. Sh had left to her husband,
daughter, friends, a legacy richer- than
any earthly possession, the bright ex
ample of a Christian life. Their great
est comfort would be in looking for
ward to the time of re-union, the resur
Appropriate hymns were sung by a
quartette from the choir of Grace
church, consisting of Mrs. S. Q. Smith,
Miss Klsle Brown, Will McCullough
and Harry Lathrope.
SEWS OF THE S01TII SIDE.
Reports from John Hcfty's Bedside Agree
That He Will Bo Well in a Week-Splendid
Anniversary Entertainment of tho
An examination by the physicians at
the Moses Taylor hospital upon John
Hefty, of Cedar avenue, who attempted
suicide by shooting himself twice with a
revolver, disclosed no fatal wounds,
and It Is their opinion that Hefty will
be strong enough to be sent home In a
few days. They did not make a com
plete examination until yesterday, and
It appears that the bullet which en
tered his breast went out at his back.
The bulllet wound In his Up is a super
Hefty has expressed himself as ut
terly disgusted with the failure of the
attempt upon his life and speaks as If
he Intends to make a complete Job of
It the next time.
Royal Arcanum Entertainment.
The anniversary entertainment of
Electric City Council, No. 1541, Royal
Arcanum, at the hall over Megargel's
store last night, was an occasion of
enjoyment to the members and their
friends. The audience taxed the seat
ing capacity of the rooms and ap
plauded liberally the very fine numbers
on the Impromptu programme. No pre
vious arrangements in selecting enter
tainers was made. Everybody was
Henry Hersley, of Pittstun avenue,
has returned after a few duys' visit In
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Miller, of Cedar
avenue, are visiting Mrs. Miner s
parents in Philadelphia.
Tonight a quarterly conference of the
officers of the Cedar Avenue Methodist
Episcopal church will be held.
Chicken thieves paid a visit to the
roost of Steve Gregory, of Cherry
street, and carried oft everything but
Dancing Master Charles Hasklns is
oiganlzlng a class from among the
popular and prominent young folks of
the Twentieth ward.
Tommy Mulluney, of Stone avenue,
is reported as being much Improved
and the surgeons at the Lackawanna
hospital now think thut his leg can be
The Ladles' Aid and King's
Daughters societies of the Cedar Ave
nue Methodist Episcopal church will
hold a meeting at the church parlor
This afternoon the funeral of Lottie,
the 7-year-old daughter of Henry
Hener, of Prospect avenue, will take
place. Interment will be made in Pitts-
ton Avenue cemetery.
The funeral of John, the 4-year-old
son or John Ruane, of Beech street,
will take place this afternoon at i
o'clock. Interment will be made in
Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
James Connell lodge, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, will hold a ban
quet at the lodge rooms in Fruehan's
hall this evening In honor of Moscow
lodge, the members of which will be
present as guests.
Edward H. Jordan, having retired
from the undertaking firm which bore
his name, has purchased the two lots on
the corner of Prospect avenue and
Cherry street and as soon as he adopts
plans he intends to build a large struc
ture that will possess all the modern
Improvements. It will be used as his
place of business and he proposes to
start in the same line as he Just re
tired from. The lots have a frontage
or fifty-three feet.
Great Reduction in Millinery.
urunmeu anu untrimmed hats at a
great sacrifice. MISS J. FULLER.
H14 bpruce street. Opp. Court House.
MORE SNEAK THIEVING.
Goods Stolen from in Front of tho
Yesterday three men stole plece3 of
goods which were exhibited on the
sidewalk in front of the Fair on Lack
awanna avenue and quietly walked
down the alley and over the railroad to
Scramton flats, where they conducted
an aucitlon sale of the stolen goods.
Theithree men are alleged to be work
Ing the city in this manner and muk
lng a substantial revenue by disposing
of the goods in the outer parts of the
city. David Pugh, said to be one of the
men, was arrested last night by Officers
Roche and Feeney.
Picture Framing at Griffin's new studio.
20 Wyoming avenue.
Scranton's Business Interests.
THE TRIBUNE will soon publish a care
fully complied and 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 lllustnit
ed with photogravure views of our pub
lic buildings, business blocks, streets,
etc., together with portraits of leading
citizens. No similar work has ever given
an equal reqresentation of Scranton's
many industries. It wUl 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 tho city. The circulation is on a plan
that cannot fail of good results to those
concerned as well as the city at large,
Representatives of THE TRIBUNE will
call upon THOSE WHOSE NAMES aro
DESIRED In this edition and explain its
nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
In this edition will please leave notice ut
Tho $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.
Office, Theater bobby.
I am prepared to receive a limited num
ber of piano pupils. For terms', etc., ad
dress "'Richard F. Lindsay,
822 Mulberry streot.
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
PRATT - STATIONARY - STORE
312 Lackawanna Avenue,
NORTH ESP NOTES.
The Excelsior band will hold their
annual ball in Company H armory to
night. George W. Davis is making a number
of improvements to the interior of the
Lewis drug store.
Stones have been hauled for the foun
dation walls of the Lithuanian church
on Electric City park.
Rev. W. P. Davles delivered an ad
dress on Burmah and its Inhabitants
to a large number in the Welsh Baptist
church Monday evening.
Thecholrof the Welsh Baptist church,
numbering about sixty voices. Is re
hearsing the cantata, "The King in
Zion," which they intend to give In the
Grant Keeney and daughter, Annie,
of Black Walnut, are visiting Dr. Daw
son, who performed an operation on
her throat from the effects of which
she Is rapidly recovering.
George W. Buckley, corresponding
secretary of the Board of Church Ex
tension of Christian church, will ad
dress the congregation of the Chrlstlnn
church on Main avenue next Sunday
The ladles of the Park Place Metho
dist church will hold their annual
bazaar in the church parlors this week,
beginning this evening. A musical
programme has been prepared for each
Jacob Lotz, of the coal and Iron po
lice, arrested Walter Zenke and Panell
Stelger, two Polnnders, for stealing a'
ride on coal trains on the main line of
the Delaware, Lackawanna and West
ern railroad yesterday afternoon. They
were brought before Alderman Will
iams, who severely reprimanded and
then discharged them.
Joseph T. Foux, of Summit avenue,
was married to Miss Annie Williams,
daughter of David Williams, of Green
street, last night at tho parsonage of
the Welsh Baptist church by Rev. W.
P. Davis. They went directly to the
residence of the bride's sister, Mrs.
Henry Evans, of Wayne avenue, where
they will reside for some time.
At a regular business meeting held
Monday evening of the Green Ridge
Conclave, No. 199, of the Improved
Order of Heptasophs, the following of
ficers were elected: Archon, Professor
H. L. Burdlck; provost, Murlon Rich
mond; Inspector, John Reese; warden,
John L. Wolfe; prelate, W. S. Found;
sentinel, James Athertoh; secretary, M.
M. Bennett; financier, J. W. Carpenter;
trustees, M. L. Fine, G. E. Gibson and
S. A. Addymun. Dr. J. B. Van Bergen
was chosen as representative to the
supreme conclave, which will meet In
New Haven, Conn., in May, 1895, with
M. M. Bennett as alternative.
Come in before the rush is
on? We carry the largest
stock of Kings in Scrantou,
and with many ring makers
pushed for money we have
bought at prices truly won
derful. Tlitu HOi.l I2l,1 nr
K&lfe Baby Hint - M
IMauy Patterns, v'
and up to f 2.00.
This Ladles' or Chil
dren's guild Gold Rlnir,
ui into real ream
and Turmioise -
Over l,0u0 Ladioi'
Big Value. Real
Montana Ruby set
around with 14
Regular $o King.
213 Lackawanna Ave.
WEDNESDAY, DEC, 5.
mulation of the
Dress Goods, Silks, Ribbons
Goods in Every
MEARS & HAGEN
415 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
IN A WORLD WHERE "CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS" NO
8 A POL O
Make Your Selections Now and
Have Them Set Aside.
WEICHEL & MILLAR,
US WYOMING AVENUE.
You buy your
shoes of Schank
you wear the lat
410 Spruce St.
Is the price of the neatest and
best suit, full suit, mind you, ot
Underwear you would want to
Of course we have some cheap
er or lower in price and some
Our winter Gloves are of every
kind, and you're sure to be suited.
Then our Hat stock is very in
tcrcsting to the 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.
Short - Ends, the accu
past few busy weeks
Prints, Ginghams, Etc
and Medium Class
TOO GREAT FOR
LARGE VARIETY, GOOD
We want to show you
Colors, Grey, Black
II 308 Lackawanna Avenue. jjj
li nnn n nr rim 1 m n-rmsi iat nninnn tf
308 Lackawanna Avenue
b A K
Felt Hats, worth 49c, for - 25c
Velvet Hats Trimmed with Jet aud
Tips, worth $5.00, for - $2.98
Frosted Egrets, worth 39c., for ISC
New and desirable goods in Jackets, Plush
and Cloth Capes, Fur Capes, etc., arriving
daily and are sold at the Lowest Cash
HI CHAINS H
itif 1 i Mii
Something nice for a Christmas Gift. Chains made out of your own or
some dear friend's hair. Leave orders aa curly as possible.
A SKATE ON.
THEY nro prolng tn (ret a sknte on nt CLAR
ENCE M. FLOREY'S. whoso store is the
center of attraction just now for all thoso who
want sKAtcs. wer l.uuo pairs to select from.
A taking feature is tho full Nickol-Piatcd
all-steel Skate, (or $1.00.
Y. M. C. A. BUILDING,
222 WYOMING AVENUE,
We sell the New Patent, Leather Insole,
Woonsocket Rubber Boots. They don't
draw the feet.
tfcr,The price is the same as others
charge for the old kind.
minim nun ennn nniion
STYLES AND LOW PRICES.
and Oxford Mixed.
230 Lacka. Ave,
133 FRANKLIN AVE.
We are now dolns a perioral DniR, Paint
and Oil business at the above location,
during tno i;!wtton of our store bullUlnff
recently destroyed by fire.
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
OUR TF-I.KPKONK CALL, NO. 123.
All onlors promptly tilled and delivered in
any part of the city.
133 FRANKLIN AVENUE.
BOYS are not men, and hoys' M ays
arc not men's ways. No use tell
ing the little fellows to he cure
fill of their clothes; they can't do it and
enjoy life, hut you can guard against
short wear with our durable clothing.
We devote the main floor for the
sale of Hoys' and Children's Clothing,
and parents will lind our display
(plainly marked) particularly attract
ive by reason of the beauty of our
stock, containing low priced but ser
viceable SuitsHas well as an uneqtuiled
line of Kilt Suits, Nobby Three-l'iece
Suits, quiet Stylish Overcoats.
Sunshine streaming in from alt
quarters and the fairest goods ut
prices easily within reach of all, are
maintaining for us our leadership
with Hoys' Clothing.
Just received, 100 dozen Men's Fine
.Stylish Derby Hats, $2.00 quality ;
while they last,
137 and 130
j Penn Avenue,'
S, L GALLEM