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THE SCRANTON TBIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING, TTTECEMBER G, 1894.
115 Wyoming ave.
Artists' materials, all sorts.
Dennison's Imported tissue and crepe
Papers and materials for using same.
A full assortment always in stock.
Tubo 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 Hociul uses,
From Whiting's, Crane's, and
Engraving and printing to order
On short notice by expert mechanics.
Bee specimens and get our price.
Miscellaneous and gift books,
Sets and single vols. Cloth and
Our nssorlment is large and complete,
Iiibles, every description, size and
Prayer books, hymnals, muslo books,
New store, 115 Wyoming ave.
And always : have
MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE
TO THE TRADE BY
Be Weston Mill Go.
1 1 m
THE GENUINE P0PUL6R
HAVE THE IWTIALS
G. B. &CO.
IMPRINTED ON EACH CIGAR.
Qarney, Brown & Co. Mfr's
Court House Square.
PERMANENT CURE OF 1
All forms of Ilornia n specialty. W.:l
known Scranton physicians in charge.
GERMAN RUPTURE CURE CO,, LIE,
203 Washington Avenue.
C. D. Wegman, of New York, was In the
J. B. Woodward, of Wllkps-nftrrn. wn
n Thn nltv Vfiuluvilau
Attorney Miller S. Allen, nf Montrnsn.
t tho Vl'nlniln.l.,.
viv yuaieruuy in me cuy.
it. juanvuic. ot uarnoni a e. was en-
1 Oswald, nf Hprwli'l nnil f!onri.A
Ross, of Honesdule, are at the Vul-
President W T.. Ill.tta nf thn Bnrnnlnn
!use Hull association, mid .Tnlin Huruvzn
meeting of the Eastern lcueue. Munairer
Cahlll has not yet recovered from his
recent illness and was unable to be pres
ent at the meeting.
A rtuftv r f T nl.trl. T,, 1 1 .... .... 11 .1 r
n'ltim iii'in VL'Mii.rniLV uhm nniiinntjon nr
nemacher, AHcntown; J. V.' -Larjtlsf,
West Bethlehem; C. L. Kardo, Wilkes
Barro; H. M. Daniels, Waverlv: F. O.
gutter, Philadelphia; W. H. Clummer,
FAUST AT FROTH INGHAM.
.Presented by George Leu rock and a Good
A fair Blzed audience witnessed the
production of "Faust" at the Frothlng
liam theater last night. The garden
pcene was splendidly given, as was also
the Bcene at the AValpurgls glen, which
was most realistic.
Oorge Lenrock was an excellent
iuepnisiopncies ana was accorded a
hearty reception. Miss Isabel ritt
Lewis as Marguerite maintained her
part admirably. The whole perform
ance disclosed an admirable and well
FUNERAL OF MR. CONNOLLY.
It Will Tako Plucc Tomorrow Morning ot
al of Attorney, D. W. Connollys wl.'l take
place from his home on North Washing
ton avenue. At 10 o'clock a requiem
mass will be celebrated at St. Peter's
cathedral by Rev. W. IT. Pnnnnllv. nf
Troy, this state, who Is a cousin of the
deceased., Rev. P. J. McManus, pastor
or nr. t'Alll'a fVhiirnh n nu ...ill
VJUCC1I WUCf J 11
preach the sermon.
The Bar oasoclatlon will mwt ntJ2
o ciock rouay to take action on Mr. Corr
nolly's death. ' I 1
T. B. McClintock.
We want your co-operation bv calllnc
a rival. c. t. milt.tsu
. Court street and Diamond ave,
Buy the Wcbcr
A Foe to Dyspepsia
and (at the best At Guernsey Bros
ON OTHER SIDE OF CHANNEL
Passing Events; of the Day' on' the
West Side of the City Noted; '
SOCIAL AT TABERNACLE CHURCH
Funeral of Miss Clara Brown from Her
Lute Home on North .Main Avenue.
Entertainment M St. Paul's TourUt
Club-Other Nc Notes.
Classes No. 9 and 10 of the Tabernacle
Congregational church Sunday school
gave a Welsh eiitei'talnment and social
In the church parlors last evening. The
room was wry 'neatly decorated, and
a large number attended. John H.
Jones was chairman. The programme
contained many excellent features,
among whloh were vocal solos by Miss
Lizzie Wiilllams, Mrs. Lewis, Hugh
Jones and John Howell a. A Welsh
poem was read by Benjamin Evans, ft
trio consisting of Mis Fan.nle Jones,
Mrs. Lewis and .Hugh Jones a.ng.
After the entertainment refreshments
were served by young ladles and men
attired in the Welsh costumes of sugar
loaf 'hats, plaid shawls and knee
The programme Was prepared by
Henry and Margaret Evans,, assisted
by the teachers. Ileeae D. Ileese and
John B. Jones. The members of the
classes are: Misses Maggie Evans,
Lizzie Williams, Margaret Keese, An
nie Darby, ltaohel Reese, Cassle Jen
kins, Louise Jenkins, Sarah Reese, Mary
Reese, and Henry Evans, John Jones,
David Williams, Robert Williams,
Henry Jones, Reese Reese and Thomas
I'uncrul of Mrs. Drown.
The remains of the late Mrs, Clara
Brown, wife of Howard S. Brown, who
died on Monday at her home on North
Sumner avenue, were Interred In the
Dunmore cemetery yesterday after
noon. A brief service was conducted at
the house, after which tihe remains were
conveyed to the Simpson Methodist
Episcopal church, where un eloquent
sermon was preached by. Rev. L. U
Floyd, D. D. He spoke of the many
estimable qualities of the deceased.
The floral tributes consisted of a hand
some pillow Inscribed "Mother;" a
clock and several casket bouquets. The
pall bearers were: John Loucks, John
Mesaat, Thomas Cosgrove, Henry En-
gel, Jacob Diem and Martin Mohr,
An Evening Social.
St. Paul's Tourist club, which was
but recently organized, gave anotner
of Its delhrhtful socials last evening in
St. Paul's armory. Timothy McCoy
was chairman. The first number on
the programme was a piano solo by
Joseph McDermott, Miss Minnie uur
Uln tlnin cave a recltaton. Frank Me
Donough gave a fine exhibition of club
m-inptnar. which was received with ap
plause. Excellent solos were rendered
bv Dan el Williams anu miss. miuuy.
Anthony Freeman recited. , Vocal solos
were then rendered by Miss M. Ruddy
n.nd Mr. Oovne: v olln solo. Jotm .m
brey, and piano solos by Misses Cassle
nmr and Mame Cavanaugn. a
dance followed, for which music was
furnished by Joseph McDermott.
Minor News Notes.
The employes of the Brlsbln mine are
idle this week owing to repairs.
William T. Davles, of Washburn
street, has returned from a visit at
Keystone Lodge, No. 37, Loyal
Knights of America, will give a ball on
the evening of Dec. 31 In Wears' nan
A large number of out of town people
attended the funeral of Mrs. H. s.
Brown on North Sumner avenue yester
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Daniels, of soutn
Main avenue, have returned home from
attending the funeral of a relative at
Henry P. Davles, of Eynon street
will address Silurian lodge of Odd Fel
lows tomorrow evening. His subject
will be "Utah and Its People."
An entertainment and social will be
held In Moars' hall on Monday even
ing by St. Leo's battalion. Rev. P. F.
MeNally will deliver an oration.
The pupils of Mrs. E. D. Fellows'
class of the Washburn Street Presbyte
rian church Sunday school will give an
entertainment In Clark's hall this even
ing. Refreshments will be served.
Mrs. M. A. Holvey, of West Plttston,
will deliver a lecture In the Plymouth
Congregational church tomorrow even
ing at 8 o'clock under the auspices of
the West Side Women's Christian Tem
perance union. Admission will be free,
A farewell reception will be held this
evening at the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas H. Dale, on North Main ave
nue, by the members of the Simpson
Methodist Episcopal church Sabbath
school. Mr. Dale and family will short
ly occupy their new and handsome
dwelling on the east side.
The fair and festival which Is being
held In the Plymouth Congregational
church under the auspices of the Ladles'
Aid society was continued yesterday
afternoon and evening. A very large
number attended. The articles for sale
are being disposed of rapidly. The af
fair will close tomorrow evening.
The ministers of the West Side held
meeting at the home of Rev. D. C.
Hughes on Monday afternoon. Rev. L.
C. Floyd, D. D., read a paper on
"Modern lEvangellsm." The question
of Sunday funerals was brought up
and the remarks of the pastors pointed
strongly against having any funerals
on the Sabbath. The next meeting will
be held in January at the home of Rev
A. W. Cooper, on Hampton Btreet.
West Side iliislncss Directory.
PHOTOGRAPHER Cabinet Photos, ?1.40
per uozen. iney are jum lovely. Con
vince yourself by calling at Stumer's
Photo Parlors, lot and lltf South Main
HORSESHOEING N. Bush, practical
norsesnoer. vorn none only in a llrst
cliiss manner und guaranteed gntisfiK-
tory. Shop, Price street, close to North
GROCERIES - Revere Standard Java
v,uneo ik uurxceiieu. i no leading colTJe
of the day. For sale only at F. W. Ma-
son & Co. Fine Groceries, 116 South
SECOND HAND FURNITURE - Cash
for anything you have to sell. Furni
ture, Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see
the stock of J. C. King, 1024 and Jits
WALL PAPER-Go to Fred Reynolds,
2U6 North Main avenue, and see his
complete line of Wall Pair, Paints
and Window Shades. Just opened with
new stock. ,
PLUMBING-Wllllam D. Grlfnths, 113
North Main avenue, does first-class
Plumbing, Bteam Heat and Gas Fitting
Satisfaction is strictly guaranteed.
OY9TER8 R. E. Davis' market house.
Dealer In Foreign and Domestic Fruits.
Oysters served in every style. 310 North
Main avenue, next to Clarke's'.
' " DIED.
WILBON.-i-In Scranton, Dec. 6, Mrs. Em
'mellne Wilson, aged 69 years. Funeral
announctment later.' Interment . at
Tunkoannock, Pa.v ' ;
LIVEY.-On Tuesday,. -Dec. 4, Thomns
Llvey, In the sixty-third year of his ago.
Funeral services from hi late, residence,
Main avenue, corner Court rstjr.et, "on
Friday at 8 p. m. . ,...' s ..
THE SCHUMANN QUARTETTE.
Programme of the Concert That will lie
Given Tomorrow Evening.
The programme that will be rendered
by the Schumann Lady.quartette at the
Young Men's- Christian association hall
tomorrow evening will be as follows:
PART FIRST. '
Quartette, "Estudlantlna" P. I.acomo
Heading, Selected Jessie G. Patton
Quartette, "We Parted by the Rlversldu,"
Arranged by Clarence E. Sinn
Solo, Selected Katherlne Jones
Pantomime, "Comin' Thro' the Rye,"
JIIss Patton and Quartette.
Solo, Selected.'. Mary D. Hall
Reading, "Uuldo Ferranti" Wilde
Jessie G. Patton
Quartette.. Arranger by Clarence E. Sinn
Solo, Selected Tllle Hcuchllng
Pantomime of Mendelssohn's Spring Song
Jessie G. Patton
Synopsis. Fairy Garden Enter In
thought Views beauties of garden Storm
approaches In terror waves off Storm
Spirit Kneels and asks God's protection-
Resignation Storm passes Rises In Joy
Dance of Joy (Introducing posing) Sees
fair garden Entreaty Disappointment-
Entreaty Success Exit.
Solo, Selected Mabclle Waller
Quartette, "Voices of tho Night,"
Clarence E. Sinn
In addition to the above they will sing
by request "Hear Dem Bells." Tickets
are on sale at Powell's music store.
NORTH END NOTES.
Miss Emma Davis, of Main street, re
turned home yesterday from a week's
visit wlt'h friends In Carbondale.
The members of Company H, Thir
teenth regiment, will hold a social In
the armory next Tuesday night under
the direction of Peter Saltry.
Contractor Stansbury Is putting down
a substantial flagstone walk In front
of the Tripp building on the corner of
Court street and Providence road. '
The armory was filled last evening
when tho Excelsior band gave their
ball. Before the ball the Excelsior and
Citizen's bands paraded the streets.
Evan Davis, of Spring street, was
married to Miss Jennie Weeks last
Tuesday evening at the home of the
bride's father, Ell Weeks, on Spring
Btreet, by Rev. W. F. Davis.
The friends of David G. Evans, of
School street, who has been 111 with
rheumatism for over a year, have ar
ranged for a benefit festival to be held
In Company H armory on Dec. 13.
The choir of the Christian church will
hold an entertainment In the church
parlors tonight. The proceeds are to be
used for tho payment of the new heater
which they have recently put In place.
John Meakley, a Polander, was ar
rested about midnight Tuesday night
by Lieutenant Spellmnn for raising a
disturbance on the square. Alderman
Horan lined him $2 and costs and sent
him to the county Jull for ten days to
The monthly meeting of the Pastors'
union of the Congregational churches
of this valley will be held In the Welsh
Congregational church next Monday
afternoon and evening. Rev. Peter
Roberts, of Olyphant, will preach the
sermon in the evening.
James Burns, of Cuslck avenue, who
was arrested Tuesday night by Lieu
tenant Spellman, charged by John
Reese with the larceny of an overcoat,
was committed to the county Jail yes-
terday mornlg by Alderman Horan In
default of tM bull.
Peter Kelley, who was arrested Tues-
day night by Patrolman Perry (for
fighting In Edward Loftus' saloon on
Market street and also for assaulting
Conductor Wilson earlier In the day,
was sent to the county Jail yesterday
morning by Alderman Horan In default
of $400 ball. ...
The annual bazaar of the Park Place
Methodist Episcopal church is now In
progress In the church parlors under the
auspices of 'the Ladles' Aid society. A
large number attended the opening last
evening. The parlors were handsomely
decorated, the booths and walls all be-
lng decorated with bunting, etc. The
chocolate booth Is In charge of Misses
Claira Vail and Cora Preston; the fancy
booBh Is In charge of Mrs. G. R. Clark,
who Is assisted by seven young ladies:
the candy booth Is presided over by
Mrs. C. T. Miller, assisted by five young
ladies; Mrs. Frances, assisted by six
young ladles, had charge of the paper
flowers. Mrs. M. B. Hawxhurst and
four young ladles were In charge of the
observation booth, where a prlsse was
offered to the person who could remem
ber the greatest number of things
Which 'he saw. Mrs. Houser and three
young ladles offered articles for sale at
the general booth. Mrs. John Payne
and fifteen young ladles served, supper
and Mrs. Edward Tuttle and eleven
young ladles served the Ice cream. The
booths were all designated 'by hand
some signs. .
What child wouldn't laugh at pictures
like this? It's one of Palmer Cox's
"Queer People" conceits. Parts 2 and 3
of the "Queer People" are now on sale
at The Tribune business office. Each
part costs 10 cents; If by mall, 12 cents,
- Scranton's Business Interests.
THE TRIBUNE will soon publish a care
fully complied and classlilcd list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional Interests of Scran-
ton and vicinity. Tho edition will be
bound In book form, beautifully illustrat
ed with photogravure views of our pub
lic buildings, business blocks, streets
etc., togethor with portraits of-leading
citizens. No similar work has ever given
an equal reqresentatlon of Scranton's
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 on a plan
that cannot fail of good results to those
concerned as well ns the city at large.
Representatives of THE TRIBUNR will
call upon THOSE WHOSE NAMES are
DESIRED in this edition and explain its
nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
In this edition will please leave notice ut
I am prepared to receive a limited nu.n
ber ot piano pupils. For terms, etc., ad
dress lllcnam r'. Lindsay,
822 Mulberry street.
Or at Powell's Muslo Storo.
Books, Booklets, Art Calen
dars and Xmas Goods of all
descriptions. High Class
Framing a specialty.
PRATT'S, 2,2 te
NEWS OF TOOTH SIDE
Mrs. Thomas Barrett Assaulted by
Her Husband's Nephew.
WARRANT OUT FOR HIS ARREST
He Walked Into the Barrett House and
Threw His Hat Into Mrs. Barrett's
K'acc-.Mrs. Mutz Young Falls
A ruffianly assault was last night
committed on Mrs. Thomas Barrett, of
the upper end of the Twentieth ward,
by her husband's nephew, John Monag
han. In telling of her experience Mrs.
Barrett states that ahe was seated with
her husband at the supper table, when
Monaghan made Ms unbidden appear
ance. He was Intoxicated and his first
salute, after he closed the door, was to
throw his hat in her face. She stood
up and he grappled with her, catching
her by the throat and almost choking
her before -her husband could inter
fere. He also struck her with his fists
on the head and left marks upon her.
But for her two daughters Just ar
rived home .he would have done her
serious bodily Injury.
She went before Alderman J. E.
O'Malley, of the Twentieth ward, and
had a warrant sworn out for his ar
rest, but he decamped. Constable
Thornton was intrusted with the war
rant and Is looking for Monaghan.
Accident to Mrs- Young.
Yesterday morning Mrs. Matz Young,
of Willow street, stumbled on the stair
way and fell to the bottom, fracturing
her forearm at the wrist Joint. She
was otherwise bruised Internally. Dr.
Kolb was summoned and set the frac
tured arm. His opinion Is that tho
other injuries' sustained will not
amount to any consequence.
Opening the New Road.
The new Hickory street line was to
have been opened for a trial trip yester
day, but a few minor details had to he
arranged before running a car over the
road. Yesterday the linemen finished
the work of adjusting the trolley and
feed wires. The connection was made
with the main trolley wire on Cedar
avenue and today General Manager
Beotem will make a trial trip. The line
has been extended as far as Beech
street on Stone avenue.
Miss Hannah Gardner, of Plttston, Is
visiting friends on Remington avenue
A special meeting of the William Con
nell Hose company will be held next
A masquerade ball under the auspices
of the Viola Social club will be held at
Germanla ih-all on Dec. 10.
Joseph Shorten has begun to excavate
the foundation for a new residence in
the 1300 block on Plttston avenue.
The choir of St. John's church will
sing Millard's mass, accompanied by
Cuslck's orchestra, on Christmas Day
A benefit ball for Mrs. Honora Cog
gins, whose home was burned recently
In Mlnooka, will be held at Callary's
arcade on the night of Jan. 21.
Lottie Hener's funeral was held yes
terday afternoon and was largely at
tended by friends of the family. Inter
ment was made in Plttston Avenue
A Voluntary Statement.
Mrs. Ella R. Nolan, of 200 State street,
Auburn, N. Y., says:
For the past seven years I have been a
great sufferer from rheumatism and rheu
matic gout. My ankles, feet, wrists and
hands were swollen to an enormous size,
and I was unable to bend a Joint of them.
I was compelled to crawl on my hands and
knees.' A great part of the time 1 was
confined to my bed, unable to help my
self In the least. I had the best medical
attendance, but obtulned only temporary
relief. One day a gentleman calling upon
some business, seeing my helpless condi
"If you wll get some of Dr. Potter's
Rheumatic Pills, I think they will euro
I did not have much faith, but I was in
such a helpless condition, could scarcely
move about, could not close my hands at
all, got up and down stuirs sideways, that
I thought I would try the pills. Accord
ingly, I got two boxes of Dr. l'otter's
Rheumatic Pills, and after taking thorn
three days, the pain all left me and has
never returned even in the dampest
weather. Of course I was encouraged and
kept on taking them, and am entirely
cured. I have now taken six boxes, and
can do all my own housework without the
least pain. The swelling is nil gone, can
move my Joints naturally and feel as well'
as ever I did. I cannot say too much in
praise of Dr. Potter's Rheumatic Pills
and will gladly see any one who will call
at my house, 209 State Btreet, and verify
the truth of this statement. I heartily
recommend Dr. Potter's Rheumatic Pills
to all who suffer from rheumatism.
They are a radical cure for rheumatism,
Inflammatory rheumatism , gout, rheu
matic gout, both acute and chronic, and
all diseases depending upon and having
their origin In the uric diathesis. Price,
(1.00 a box. For sale by Matthews Bros.,
wholesale and retail, Scranton, Pa.
Call at Grlflln's new Photo Studio,
ground floor, 20S Wyoming avenue.
Making a Fine
i ii is
M EARS & HAGEN,
415 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Tho $40,000 School House.
for Columbia avenue has been 1ft and will
be commenced Immediately. There are
still a few more lots left at a low price.
Office, Theater Lobby.
Picture Framing at Griffin's new studio.
209 Wyoming avtnue.
Make Your Selections NW and
Have Them Set Aside.
WEICHEL & MILLAR,
116 WYOMING AVENUE.
On and after Dec. 8 we will keep
open evenings until Christmas.
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, oi
Underwear you would want to
Of course we have some cheap
er or lower in price and some
1 Our winter Gloves are of every
kind, and you're sure to be suited.
Then our Hat stock is very in
tercsting to the ordinary man,
Winter Caps are iri and if you
drive much you want one.
Drop into either store and look
412 SPRUCE AND 205 LACK. AVE.
A THREE DOLLAR BILL
Interest you. Call
LARGE VARIETY, GOOD STYLES AND LOW PRICES.
We want to show you
misers STRICTLY ALL
Colors, Grey, Black
308 Lackawanna Avenue.
GREAT 1111)11 II PIES,
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
HAIR CHAINS FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
Something nice for a Christmas Gift.
some ueur menu's uair. .Leave orders as early as possible.
A SKATE ON.
THEY nre crolnB to Rot a skate on at CLAR
ESCB M. FLOUEY'H. whose store ia the
center of attraction just now for all those who
want eicatcs. uver i.uuu pairs to select from.
Atakirg feature is the full Nickol Plated
all-ttocl Skate, for $1.00.
Y. M. C. A. BUILDING,
222 WYOMING AVENUE,
r. r r
Commencing today, Dec. 6, and continit
ing until Christmas we shall present
gratuitously to every purchaser of
n m'O o IT fw
PAIR Of HIKE
; 137 AND 139
and Oxford Mixed.
Chains made out of your own oi
230 Lacka. Ave
133 FRANKLIN AVE.
We are now dolns a Roneral Drug, Paint
and Oil business at the above location,
duriiiK toe erection of our store building
recently destroyed by flro.
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
OUR TELEPHONE CALL. NO. !23,
All oniors promptly tilled and delivered td
uny part of the city.
133 FRANKLIN AVENUEi
STEEL CLUB SUES.
AND SHOE HOUSE
s. l. gallen;-