The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, December 15, 1894, Page 7, Image 7
THE SCIIAXTOX TRIBUNE SATURDAY MOKXING, DECEMBER 15, 1894. NEW CASH STORE A) 122 North Main Avenue. LUGE BROS. Luce Bros, Best Patent Flour, we guarantee this flour to be the best made, per bbl. $3,65 Feed, Meal and Corn, 100 lbs. 1.12 Best Sugar Cured Hams per lb. 10 Choice Light Bacon per lb. .8 Fancy Leghorn Citron per lb. .10 Fancy Lemon Peal per lb. .10 5 lbs. California Raisins .25 JSJCsWe are prepared to meet the prices of any of our competitors. Passing Events of the Day on the . West Side of the City Noted. THEY MARKIE DAT IJIXGHA.HTOX .Miss Lizzie Jenkins Wedded to John J. Broun in June Last-New Officers of the C. M. II. A. .Men Arrested for Truin Jumping. An Interesting marriage -which has Just come to light Is that of Miss Lizzie Jenkins, the attractive daughter of Mrs. Hannah Jenkins, of North Flliranre avenue, to John J. Brown, of the South Side, late of Lorenss & Koempel's drug store. The young couple left the city on June 20 for Blnghamton, where they were secretly married. Mr. and Mrs. Brown returned home, the young lady going to her mother's home and Brown to his South Side abode. A few days ago Miss Jenkins acquainted her mother with what had occurred. It is thought that Mrs. ejnkins opposition to the match was the object of its secrecy. A Tribune reporter called at the Jen kins residence yesterday, but the family refused to- discuss the marriage. On Tuesday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Brown left the city for Taylor, where they will reside in the future. Both of the young people are well known and their mar riage has caused no little comment. Mr. Brown is now employed In a Taylor drug store. Arrested for Threats. Mrs. Sarah Mulcraln, of Twentieth street, was arrested yesterday after noon by Constable Jerry Drlscoll, on a warrant issued at the Instance of Mrs. Ann Casey, a neighbor. The women have been enemies for some time past .1 ,liiilnn ..nA .. m 'o nirn Afiio r ..I.-.. 1 i.-.i isey wan ner lists and, after using ..... ...t lanfiuugt:, '1111 Crtlt'llCU lO Hill ir. The case was heard before Alder- v nrrnrnnnn nun M ru ni'oin n4l(l In S Kill linll fn nmmnp a ( tht court of quarter sessions. Officers Llcctcd. The following officers of Branch 44. Catholic Mutual Benefit association, have been elected for the ensuing term: President, Patrick Gallagher; first vice president, Thomas Keene; second vice president, Thomas Walsh; recording secretary, John B. McCannon; assistant, Anthony J. Martin; financial secretary, John R. Barrett; treasurer, Morris T. Walsh; marshal, James O'Malley; guard, Thomas Judge; trustees, Mathew Shields, Dennis Madlgan, James J. Dur kin, James P. Durkln, William Hag gerty. Arrrstcd for Train Jumping. Constables M6rgan and Lutz, em ployed by the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western company, have been mak ing str-ruYjijig, efforts to abolish train '"P.1' Monday, r.rdly a day passes but lor live days. (s brought to the bar The Brothers lay afternoon Con mnde a must deoieeded In capturing and will he ..no (llent8 of tne Four. the kind that -j, ,, on - makes a practice of mpiti,,, out who has baffled the ,ers on several occasions. He was .. ight on the northern division. Evers was taken before Alderman Johns, of the Fourth ward, and being found guilty of the offense, was committed to the county Jail for a period of twenty days. Nomination of Officers. Robert Morris lodge, No. 58, Order of American True Ivorltes, nominated the following officers for election two weeks hence: President, E. D. Jones; vice president, William R. Lewis; recording secretary, David J. Davles; financial secretary, Gwllym A. Williams; treas urer, John J. Davles; steward, Joseph Evans; conductor, David Owens and Daniel Phillips; Inside guard, John J. Jones and Benjamin Griffiths; outside guard, Roger Evans, John M. Jones. W. Gaylord Thomas, John R. Farr and Dr. J. J. Roberts; treasurer for three years, Dr. Roberts and Daniel J. Phillips; rep resentatives to grand lodge, John H. PhillipB and John Courier Morris. Brief Notes of Interest. Thomas H. Williams, of Pettebone street, is suffering from a sprained back. The Young People's society of the First Welsh Baptist church held a meeting last evening. Miss Vannie Williams, of Eynon street, has returned home from a visit with friends In Wales. David S. Reese, of South Sumner ave nue, left yesterday to attend the funeral of his grandmother at Mohanoy City. At the Welsh Philosophical society this evening Eben P. Davles will criti cise the theory of coal formation ad vanced by Foreman Evan Davles at the previous meetings that coal is formed of decayed vegetation. It will be opened for debate by the members of the society. The annual fair which Is being held In the parsonage by the Ladies' Aid so ciety of the Washburn Street Presby terian church was conducted again last : evening. A large number attended. Many of the articles were disposed of. The affair will be concluded this even ing. The North Main avenue track Is near ly completed and cars will be run over it in a short time. Dispatcher Hern don stated yesterday that the Swetland line would be disposed of. The cars will not be run to Providence yet, but will go as far as the Delaware, Lacka wanna and Western crossing. The Woman's Missionary society' of the Ablngton Baptist association held their quarterly meeting on Thursday afternoon In the Suranton Street Bap tist church. It was well attended. De votional exercises were conducted and papers read by the ladles. A social was held In the evening. ' An ordinance providing for the' grad ing of. Lafayette street between Main and Fllmore avenues, Is on Us way through councils. West Side Business Directory. PHOTOGRAPHER Cabinet Photos, $1.40 per dozen. They are 1unt lovely. Con vince yourself by calling at Btarner'ii Photo Parlors, 1U1 and 103 South Main avenue. HORSESHOEING N. Bush, practical horseshoer. Work done only in a first class manner and guaranteed satisfac tory. Shop, Price street, closo to North Main avenue. GROCERIES Revere Standard Java Coffee is unexcelled. The leading eofTie of the day. For sale only at F. W. Ma son & Co. Fine Groceries, 110 South Main avenue. SECOND HAND FURNITURE - Cash for anything you have to sell. Furni ture. Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see the stock of J. C. King, lttti and llCB Jackson street. WALL PAPER-Go to Fred Reynolds. 2otj North Main avenue, and see his complete line of Wull Paper, Paints and Window Shudes. Just opened with new stock. PLUMBING-Wllllam D. Griffiths. 113 North Main avenue, does first-class Plumbing, Steam Heat and Oas Fitting. Satisfaction is strictly guaranteed. OYSTERS R. E. Davis" market house. Dealer In Foreign and Domestic Fruits. Oysters served In every style. 310 North Muin avenue, next to Clarke's. ( LOSE OF THE MARKET. It Was Very Successful and It Is Proba ble That I pwurds of $.2,500 Will Be Realized. The Market of the First Presbyterian dliurch, which has been held In the Thirteenth Regiment armory, on Adams avenue, since Wednesday after noon, closed last evening. The affair was one of the most extensive of Its kind ever held In the city and closed with gratifying success. It was un ofllclally announced that the net pro ceeds will approach $!i,u00 and that this sum will be Increased by a sale of the left-over articles, which will be dis played In the lecture room of the church next Friday or Saturday after noon. During the later hours of last even ing a portion of the fancy, art and doll booth articles were sold at auction. The miniature dwelling house and grounds was sold for $61 to Williams & McAnulty. Under the auctioneering of Attorney John M. Harris and private sale some of the most valuable articles were disposed of as follows: Dorfllnger punch bowl, $40, Charles Schlager; doll house, $35, Dr. A. J. Council; Parisian table cover, valued nt $25, Mrs. E. L. Fuller; oriental pillows. Attorneys W. D. Buyer and Ross Patterson. It Is anticipated that many private sales will be made during next week previ ous to the public sale .In the lecture room of the church. The women having the executive management of The Market In charge expressed to a Tribune reporter their appreciation of the generous support of the public geuerally, but If casual re marks are any criterion the manage ment Is in turn entitled to compliment for giving such a well controlled and enjoyable object of patronage. FOR A NEW TRIAL. Argument of Counsel for Murderer Bczck Will He Heard Next I'rlduy. Judge Edwards concluded not to sit In argument court alone when the ap plication of a new trial for Franz Bezek will be made by Attorneys A. J. Col born, jr., and G. W. Watson. Judge Edwards stated yesterday that the entire court would listen to the argument and that it would be heard next Friday morning at 9 o'clock. DIAMONDS OF THOUGHT. Our sympathy Is cold to the relation of distant misery. Gibbon. Next to love, sympathy is the dlvlnest passion of the human heart. Burke. The generous heart should scorn a pleas ure which glveB others puln. Thomsom. With the soul that ever felt the sting of sorrow, sorrow Is a sacred thing. Cow per. Shame on those hearts of stone that can not melt in soft adoption of another's sor row !-A. Hill. More hopeful than all wisdom or counsel is one draught of simple Iniman pity that will not forsake us. George Eliot. One of the greatest of all mental pleas ures Is to have our thoughts often divined, even entered into with sympathy. L. E. l.andon. Open your hearts to sympathy, but close them to despondency. The flower which opens to receive the light of day shuts against rain. Beattie. To rejoice in another's prosperity, is to give content to your own lot; to mltignte another's grief Is to alleviate or dispel your own. Lyron Edwards. Our sympathy Is never very deep unless founded on our own feelings. We pity, but we do not enter Into the grief which we have never felt. L. E. l.andon. To commiserate Is sometimes more thnn to give, for money Is external to a man's self, but he who bestows compassion com municates his own soul. Mountford. Sympathy wanting, all Is wanting. Per sonal magnetism Is the conductor of the sacred spark that puts us In human com munion, and gives us to company, conver sation and ourselves. A. B. Scott. No radiant pearl, which crested fortune wears, no gem, that twlinkllng hangs from beauty's ears, not the brightest stars, which night's blue arch adorn, nor rising sun, that gilds the vernal morn, shns with such luster as the tear that Hows down vir tue's manly cheek for other's woes. Dar wl.n. BASE BALL CHIRPS. Lowe has signed a Boston contract. The other players previously signed are Long, Tucker, Htlvetts and McCurthy. Joe Mulvey will play thfrd base for the Brooklyns next year. "Brownie" Murphy Is not a winter grasshopper. He Is a clerk In a Broadway stock broker's office, and dresses as if he had cornered Sugar and wus long on Western Union. "Brownie" Isn't largo, but what there ts of him Is useful and lively. New York Herald. The Baltimore club drew, next to the New Yolks, the largest crowds of lust season. Inunlnctilentalwaylt was learned lust week that one-thirtieth of the Balti more club's pront for 18H4 is $1,200. There fore the Orioles cleared $30,000 on the season. Prior to this season the club lost a little over $80,000. Louisville Is trying to get track of Whitehead, the third baseman of the Scranton club. Fine assortment of calendars, 1895. . PRATT'S BOOK STORE. Musle Boxes Exclusively. Best made. Play any desired number of tunes. Gautschl & Sons, manufacturers, 1030 Chestnut stroet, Philadelphia, Won derful orchestral organs, only $5 and $10. Specialty: Old music boxes carefully re paired and improved with new tunes, Beautiful Juvenile Books. PRATT'S BOOK STORE. Buy the Weber and get the best. At Guernsey Bros Picture Framing at Griffin's new studio, 209 Wyoming avenue. Rocking Horses and Bhooflles of all Sizes and Styles. PRATT'S BOOK STORE. IN THE WORLDJDF SOCIETY Winter Doings Among Prominent Leaders of the Season's Gaycty.' PARTIES, WEDDINGS AND TEAS The Gamut of the Week's Events Sounded In Short Paragraphs-Guests and ICn-tertaincrs-Pcrsonal Mention lie . duccd to o Compact Compass. A large number of members of the Lackawanna County Medical society banqueted and held an annual nTeet Ing Tuesday night In the Hotel Terrace. Dr. J. M. Baldy, of Philadelphia, de livered an address, and Dr. A. J. Con nell discussed a special 'trephining case. Those present were: Drs. Curwln and Taylor, of WIlkes-Barre; Dr. Brady, of Honesdale; Dr. J. M. Baldy, of Philadel phia; Dr. Stegner, of Rendham, and Drs. B. H. Throop, Wohlau, Burnett. Allen, Gunster, Dean, Rea, Capwell, Gates, Williams, Barnes, O'Brien, Paine, Beddoe, Smith, Fisher, Van Sickle, Roos, Gardener, Wentz, Ken nedy, Roberts, Fulton. Rudlsell, Parke and Logan, of Scranton. II II II Oity Solicitor and Mrs. Torrey were surprised Monday evening by a small company of Intimate friends and rela tives who unexpectedly called to cele brate Mr. and Mrs. Torrey's twenty second wedding anniversary. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Con nell, Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Connell, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Oonnell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Connell, Mr. and Mrs. Alexand er T. Connell, Msiyor W. L. Connell and Misses Bone, Stevens, Wilcox, Harring ton and Jessie Connell. ' II II II There is lacking an explanation of why Richard Mansfield and his famed "BeauBrummell" received Buch a chilly reception Tuesday night. The good quality of the audience was conspicuous by its presence and the quantity was conspicuous, too by its absence. Ad jacent cities who were not fortunate in securing the favorite actor can be par doned for asking "Does Scranton know a good tiling when it sees it?" II II II The Llederkranz, Scranton's leading German social organization, entertained a number of guests Wednesday even ing. A delightful programme, Includ ing an operetta, was rendered. Among the antlsts were City Controller Fred J. Wldmayer, Miss Zledler, Louis Rcich ert, Charles Koempel, Edmund Bartl and Paul Keller. The entertainment concluded with dancing. II II II Seldom have Scranton people looked forward to a large social event with more pleasure thun to this year's bach elors' bull at the Frothingham, Monday, night, Dec. 31. Mrs. H. J. Anderson, Mrs. James Archbald, Mrs. R. W. Arch bald, Mrs Henry Belin, jr., Mrs. 11. M. Boies, Mrs. A. M. Decker. Mrs. J. P. Dickson, Mrs. W. T. Smith and Mrs. E. N. Wllllard will be the patronesses of the affair. II I! II Mr. and Mrs. John J. Phillips have is sued Invitations for the marriage of their daughter, Miss Cora Hughes Phil lips, to Charles Hamilton Ashton, the ceremony to be performed on Wednes day, Dec. 26, at noon, ait the Green Ridge Presbyterian ohurch. Mr. and Mrs. Ashton will be at home after Jan. 1 at 31 Maple street, Cambridge, Mass. II II II The Market of the First Presbyterian church prevented any extensive social gatherings during Wednesday, Thurs day and yesterday, and proved a de lightful and fruitful source of mild dis sipation for the many who attended the display. It was a stupendous under taking and was deservedly crowned with success. II II II A hop and reception will be tendered the Cornell Glee club Monday night, Dec. 24, at the Hotel Terrace, following the club's concert at the Frolhlnghnm. The putronesses will be selected and other business of the collegians' visit transacted at a meeting of graduates to be held this evening II II H Mr. and Mrs. William Wood, of Wayne, Pa., have Issued Invitations for the marriage of their daughter. Miss Adelaide Coltard Scott, to Attorney H. C. Reynolds, of tlhls city. The ceremony will be performed Thursday evening, Dec. 20, at the Wayne Presbyterian church. II II II Miss Florence Edgar, daughter of 8. W. Edgar, of Capouse avenue, will be married Thursday evening. Dec. 27, to S. Tlllson, of Rochester. Mr. Tlllson Is a business men and Is associated with the Voght Manufacturing company. II II II The skating season is nearly on. The Driving park and Base Ball park have been flooded and await a cold snap to furnish a proper surface for the most healthful and exhlleratlng of winter sports. II II II Honesdale's most prominent nnnual social event will be the Exchange ball In the armory Friday night, Dec. 28. A number of Scrantonlans will attend. Admission cards will be sold for $3. Music will be furnished by Bauer. -II II II Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Conned gave a children's party Thursday afternoon In honor of the tenth birthday of their son, Edgar William Connell. About eighty of the little folks were present. II II II Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Goldsmith en tertained a number of friends Monday nltfht by a progressive euchre party at tholr residence, 637 Washington avenue. II II II The second of this season's assem blies will be held next Friday evening, The Only Manufactory lu Hcranlou. CHAMBERS 518 Lackawanna Ave. RARE ATTRACTIONS FOR THE HOLIDAYS In addition to our readymado stork, our BPKCiAL ORDtK dupatmmit i cannot fall to interest yon. Nj inch 1 variety of CHOICE HANDLES AND FAUKICS wan ever befora shown in thli city, We (hall be triad to bave i you ali. whether you purchase or not. Repairing, He-covering equal to new. i SILK LAMP SHADES j All our own make, absolutely line- I misled for STYLE, QUALITY and PRICE. Dec. 21, In the Bicycle Club house on Washington avenue. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Sanderson enter tained a small party of friends at cards Thursday . evening at their residence, 405 Clay avenue. II II II PERSONAL MENTION: Druggist Carl Koempel and Judge Gun ster took a day off, yesterduy, and went gunning In the woods near Moscow. A half dozen rabbits, one pheasant and two quail comprised the duy's catch. The point to this paragraph lies in the fact that during the hunt Judge Gunster got lost and gave his companion the uncom mon pastime of gunning for a Judge. County Commissioners S. W. Roberts and John Demuth returned Thursday night from Montrose, where they attend ed the meeting of the county lino commis sion. County Solicitor Knapp and County Surveyor Dunning remuined In Montrose and attended yesterday's meeting of the commission. Miss Henrietta Bkkle, of Babylon, N. Y formerly a clerk In the office of the Scranton city treasurer, has been in the city for a few days preparatory to assum ing the olilce of secretary of the Young Women's Chrlstlun association In Lancas ter. Miss Jimlntta Keefer has accepted a po sition us stenographer and typewriter In R, Ernest Comegy's real estute of- llce- mn: m John J. Van Nort has been elected dele gate from the Pennsylvania State Divi sion of Wheelmen to the national con vention In New York in February. Professor Haydn Evans has accepted propositions to give two organ recitals dur ing ChiiHtmastide, one at Youngstown, O., and tho other at Piiliiesvllle. Mrs. J. W. Kimble, widow of the latii Sheriff Kimble, of Wayne county, of Honesdale, is visiting her uncle, D. M. Schoonover, on Ash struct. E. R. Hurman, manager of the Wood, Harman Reul Estate company, leaves to day for a two weeks' visit with relatives at Bethel, O. Mrs. B, Mlllhauser and niece, Miss Lan dau, have returned to Scranton after an extended visit in Baltimore and Washing ton. Hon. W. W. Watson has been In Har rlsburg this week to arguo six tax uppeul cases before the Dauphin county court. Civil Engineer A. B. Dunning, Jr., deliv ered an address on "Good Ilouds" at the Farmers' Institute at Dalton .Monday. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Plnney, of Fargo, N. D are the guests of their son-in-law, H. H. Coston, during the hollduys. J. S. Swisher, division passenger agent for the Jersey Central Railroad company, was in Pottsvllle Thursday. Henry A. Kaufhold has resigned his po sition as manager of the Peek Lumber Manufacturing company. Stenographer H. H. Coston has been In Sullivan county reporting the proceedings of common pleas court. Captain John L. Clause, of Philadelphia, representing the National Fraternity, was In the city Thursday. Miss Lauru Holes, of the training school, resumed her duties Wednesduy, ufter a selge with erysipelas. Wlllium Beers, of Towanda, has been appointed deputy revenue collector 1 y Collector Herring. Homer Greene, the poet-lawyer, of Honesdale, was in the city Monduy on legal business. Attorney Horace E. Hand made a busi ness Hip to New York und Boston during the week. E. K. Sancton, of the Dickson works, has returned from a business trip to London. Judge R. W. Archbald during the week huB been officially cnguged In Sullivan county. M. J. Murphy, of Carbon Btreet, Is In Ohio to spend the hollduys visiting rela tives. Abe Morris and Jacob D. Ferber are homo from a brief pleasure trip to New York. W. L. Cnrr. of the Green Ridge Store compuny, spent the week in New York city. Miss Mary Itrennan. of Carbondaie, is spending a few days with friends In this city. Col. Schoonmaker expects to leave 'or his winter home in Florida about Jan. 1. H. B. Chase wns in New York city drulng the early part of the week. E. B. Sturges has recovered from his recent illness and is in New Y'ork. Sheriff John J. Fahey returned Monday from a trip to Philadelphia. D. Prltchard, of Tenth street, has gone to Wules to visit his parents. Attorney n. H. Patterson and Charles Schluger are In New York. Mrs. D. J. Gllmartln, of Archbald, Is vis iting friends In this city. Rev. Warren G. Partridge lectured In Philadelphia Thursday. J. Bennett Smith, of Kingston, was in the city Thursday. J. J. Parkhnrst, of WIlkes-Barre, was here yesterday. Mrs. C. D. Simpson Is visiting friends In New York city. Edwin G. Lloyd, the Jeweler, is in New York city. Attorney C. H. Soper Is In Cincinnati. NORTH END NOTES. Captain R. J. Edwards Is Improving his residence on Wayne avenue. Jacob Palmer, of MaJn avenue, Is con fined to his room with rheumatism. The new building of Thomas Crofton, on Putnam street, Is rapidly Hearing complutlon. Miss Murgarot Jacobs, of Nantlcoke, will spend Sunduy with 'friends lu this part of the city. A. K. Detweiler, of Church avenue, has returned from a visit with relatives In Sunbury and Northumberland. Nellie, the 7-year-old daughter of Den nis Gallagher, of Market street, was burled in the Hyde Purk Catholic ceme tery yesterday afternoon. She died Wednesday night of scarlet fever and diphtheria. The fair In St. Paul's Lutheran church, on Short avenue, was success fully closed last evening. A nice sum was realized by it. In the early part of the evening O. H. Mortison took a num ber of flash light photos of the decora tions and tableaux. The special revival meetings which have been held In the Primitive Method ist church, on Market street, will close with a love feast tomorrow night. A testimony meeting will be held tonight to be led by Tallle Williams, E. Ibber sonand J. Hartshorn. L. N. Graves, of Penn avenue, was locked up for his own safety Thursday night by Patrolman Rldgway. He was trying to tie his horse to a hitching post in front of M. V. Morris' hotel and fell In the mud a number of times. He was fined $3 yesterday. Dr. Dawson, of Main avenue, has a rare pet which he Is exhibiting to his friends. It Is a hoot owl which was captured by his friend, James Kinney, of Skinner's Eddy. Mr. Kinney had been losing chickens for quite a while and set a trap, catching the owl as a re sult. The4lrd measures over four feet from tip to tip of its wings. Orlftln, photographer, removed to his new studio, 209 Wyoming avenue, ground floor. When Baby wot tick, we gars her Cattorht, When ahe wai a Child, she cried for Cantoris. When aba became Mua, she clung to Castor!, When the had Children, ahe (are them Castorta) NEWS OF THE SOUTH SIDE South Side Board of Trade Could Not ' Muster a Quorum. DEATH OP JOSEPH Kl'DEWICK One of tho Best Known polish Residents of the City Passes Away Max Phillips Runs Down a School Boy, Pain fully Injuring Him. Since P. W. Gallagher resigned from the secretaryship, and membership also, of the South Side board of trade, that organization has subsided Into a shadow of Its past self, and a very pertinent Inquiry now seems to be, What excuse has the South Side board for living? Any meeting, for the past six or eight months, did not have more members present than Just enough to constitute a bare quorum, and on sev eral occasions no meeitngs were held, as was the case lart night, because there was not a quorum present. M. J. O'Toole Is the present secretary, and for efficiency and progresslveness In attention to duty Mr. Gallagher did not surpass him, but It has been re marked by many of the members of the board that coincident with the retlral of Mr. Gallagher the decline began and has been kept up unremittingly since. Business of Importance to the entire South Side was on for last night, but there was no meeting. That a board of trade In any community is hugely beneficial cannot be denied, but a board that is apathetic and slipshod Is worse than no board nt all. It is time for the absentee members to make up their minds whether the board shall continue to do business or take In Its sign and close up shop. Small Boy Run Over. WIiHe the children attending No. 3 school were playing yesterday morning at recess, pome of the smaller ones got down on Cedar avenue and were romping around on the street. Max Phillips, the contractor, drove along quite rapidly with a horse and two wheeled gig and near Powers' drug store the horse struck the young son of Rev. J. C. Schmltt, of the Hickory Street Baptist church and knocked the youngster down, severely Injuring him. The little fellow was unable to arise and had to be assisted to his feet. Even then he was unable to walk, and had to be carried Into Dr. J. B. Aman's office, across the street, where his case was attended to. It did not develop that any of the child's bones had been broken, but he sustained very hurtful flesh wounds from the trampling of the animal's hoofs. Those who saw the accident are divided as to whether Phillips was to blame or not. Dcnth of Joseph Kudcwick. Death has ended the useful career of Joseph Rudcwlck, the South Washing ton avenue Polish merchant, who was well known' throughout' the city as a mast successful business man and one of the leading Polish citizens of the county. Mr. Rudcwlck was the first one of his nationality to engage ln the gro cery business In this city and by energy and enterprise he built up a trade which branched out considerably and yielded him an Income that succeeded In build ing up a good sized fortune. About a year ago his health began to fall and declined until a short time ago, when he was forced to confine him self to his bed and have dally medical attention. A wife and two sons survive him. His funeral will take place this morning nt 9 o'clock, with a high mass of requiem which will be celebrated at St.- Mary's Polish Catholic chuivh on Prospect avenue. Interment will be made in the now Polish cemetery In Minooka. A number of societies of which he was a member will attend the funeral in procession. Shorter Paragraphs. Jacob Adler, of Cedar avenue, Is seri ously ill of typhoid fever. Miss Maggie Richmond, of Pear street, was treated to a surprise party by her friends last night. Miss Mamie Nallin, of Plttston ave nue, was visiting friends In WIlkes Barre during the tveok. August Olbrecht, of Plt'tston avenue, has been added to the force of salesmen In William E. Smith's grocery, South Washington avenue. Division No. 14, Ancient Order of Hi bernians, will receive holy communion in a body at St. John's church tomor row morning at 6.30 o'clock mass. Gospel medtlng tomorrow afternoon at the rooms of the Young Women's Christian association will be led by Miss Margretta Watts. Her subject will be, "Waiting." These meetings are always opened by a pleasant flfteeiiimlnutes' song service to which all young women are cordially Invited. The funeral of John Warner, of Staf ford avenue, was attended yesterday morning by a very large concourse of friends and acquaintances. The remains were conveyed at 9 o'clock to St. Mary's German Catholic church, where a nequlem mass wsi3 sung. Interna, nt was made in the Twentieth ward ceme tery. John F. Meyers, of 413 Maple Btreet, died yesterday afternoon from .an Ill ness which hnd affeoted him for only a week. His age was 27 years and he was unmarried. He belonged to James Con nell lodge, Independent Order of Odd Fellows. The funeral will be held Sun day afternoon, the remains will be taken from the 'house at 1 o'clock to the Cedar Avenue Methodist Episcopal church nnd burial services held. Interment will be made In Washburn Street ceme tery. JUST TO BE GOOD. Just to be good This Is enough enough! Oh, we who find sin's billows wild and rough, Do we not feel how more thnn any gold Would be the blameless life we led of old While yet our lips knew but a mother's kiss? Ah, though we miss All else but this, To be good Is enough. It Is enough Enough Just to be good! To lift our hearts whero they are under stood; To let tho thirst for worldly power and place Go unappeased; to smile back In God's face With tho glad lips our mother used to kiss. Ah! though we miss All elHO but this To be good Is enough, 0 James Whltcomb Riley. Fresh eggs; perfect; table use. Coursen. No More After Today. The auction sales of Freeman's Jew elry Btock close today, when unreserved sales will be held at 2.30 and 7.30 p ,m. I'ancy Apples for Table I'sc. "Ben Davis" and Fancy Baldwins. Coursen. Rare Collection of Books In Holiday Bindings. . PRATT'S BOOK STORE. A Story of Richard Vnux. From the Argonaut. There is a pretty story in the Vaux family, of Philadelphia, in regard to the late Richard Veux's gallantrleB at the Court of St. Jame's when he danced with the young and yet unmarried Queen Vic toria. The Vaux family was of Quaker faith, and, according to the story, when the news came from abroad of the fuvor the young man found with the queen, his mother spoko of his attentions to the royal lady, and then added: "Hut I hope Richard will not marry out of the meet ing." . 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SHAW, EMERSON, KRAKAUER, NEW ENGLAND, ERIE. ill i m HERBS UK ROOTS PIS 11 J. LAWRENCE STELLE, Music Dealer, 134 Wyoming Avenue, Scranton, rTnld Fast . I V 1 HORSE . . if N. A, WERT'S f (I ' J ulUiL WYOMING AVE, SCRANTON. STEINWAY I SON DECKER BROTHERS KRANICH S BACK STULTZ i BAUER and Others PIANOS Also a large stock of first-class ORGANS MUSICAL rtERCHANDlSE, MUSIC, ETC. WHEN THE The goods are yours at your own price, if you happen tu be th lucky bidder. UNRESERVED AUCTION SALES of C. V. Freeman's valuable and: high class stock of Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Brie-a-Brae, etc THIS SALE IS POSITIVE, as the store is rented, the fixtures for sale, etc., and Mr. Freeman positively retires from business. AUCTION SALES 2.30 AND 7.30 P. M. Private sales at less than cost price during the intervals between) auctions. COL S. M. McKEE. AUCTIONEER. 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