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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 18, 1893.
Best Flour, per barrel $3.95
Feed, Meal and Corn, per 100 .90
304 Pail Jelly 75
Choice Hams, per lb 09
Pkntna I lirM Rmnn nor Ih Ml,
WliUlbQ fclfclM liBbwl iei iu.... iwi
Pure Maple Syrup, per gal 80
WEST SIDE EVENTS.
SctniAnnuol Banquet of the Chi I psllon
Society of the Waahburn Street
Church Held Last Nlht.
Th popular Chi Vpstton society of
the Washburn Stivet rreslytirlan
church held a semi-annual banquet last
ventnff In their room at the church.
The event was the fourth of Its kind,
and a successful effort was made by
the members to surpass the previous ef
forts. Only the society members, with
lady friends, sat at the banquet table.
The menu was a delightful one. and
was favorably commented on by the
banq-uvters. After the feast had been
enjoyed the programme for the even
ings intellectual treat was begun with
Introductory remarks by President Will
Hurrlll. toastmaster for the occasion.
Air. Burrltl interspersed the numbers
wish appropriate remarks. "Our
Guests" was the first subject for dis
cussion, and It was well handled by
Thomas Patten. Turby Breese recited
a corulc selection, which afforded
amusement to his auditors. A toast
on "Southern Sunbeams" followed by
C. E. Battenberpr. It n-as a beautiful
endeavor, and elicited much applause.
"E Plurlbus Unum" was the subject
elected by C. H. Hall for his remarks.
Mr. Hall disposed of the patriotic sub
ject with the fervor of sincerity.
'Phiz" was the novel title of Art
Morse's talk. The Idea was original,
and was treated In an original manner.
C. J. Helmes selected the all-absorbing
subject, "Our Country." The speech
showed thought and feeling, and was
one of the best of the evening.
"Public Opinion" , was the cause of
(Herbert Yost's effusion on that sub
ject. It was treated In a way that
showed how conversant Mr. Tost Is on
the questions of the day. A selection
by the Chi U's Guitar club was much
enjoyed.. C. H. Derby, of the Times,
selected as his subject "Blue Pencil
marks." Mr. Derby's effort proved
very Interesting. Wallace Moser gave
on oration In his masterly manner, and
was loudly applauded." Shavings" was
Hugh Howell's subject. It was a bright
endeavor. A select reading which
pleased the banqueters was given by
Alex Betider. "As I See Things," a
toast by Will D. Griffiths, was one of
the happiest of the evening. iMr. Grif
fiths' observations were pointed and
well expressed. Theodore Meyers gave
a toast on "Snap Shots." He made a
good Impression. Miss Clara Saunders
rave a delightful vocal solo, and a
toast on "Nature," by Frank Thorn
ton, delivered In scholarly vein, closed
the banquet. It was very successful
from every point of view.
Fighting on the Streets.
Alderman Owen D. John argued
points at law with George Docker. Jr.,
and John Jackson last evening on the
subject of fighting on the streets, with
which they are charged. After a short
discussion both persons admitted his
jrullt, and were sentenced to pay a fine
of 12 each, and a mutual agreement
to settle the costs between them.
A Social Gathcrlnc.
Miss May Transue tendered a social
gathering to a few of her numerous
friends last evening at her home, on
Tenth street. Supper was served at U
o'clock, after which the young people
departed for their respective homes.
Those present were: iMIsses Grnce
Goodrich, Gertrude Fellows, 'Nellie Fel
lows and Frank McGovern, Bert Cor
nell, Peter Nott, John Howell, Joseph
Wagner 'and Edward McNulty.
They Borrowed a .Mule.
William Thomas and Aaron Evans,
two Taylor young men, took a mule
from Owen D. Davis, the grinder, last
Tuesday. They were arraigned before
Alderman John yesterday, and were
placed under ball to appear at court.
The men stole mule, -wagon and har
ness. They afterward brought the ani
mal back, but the rest of the turnout
was in a damaged state, hence the suit.
' Whltmen-filllctt NnrtlnW.
lUIss Hose Olllett. of South Hyde
Parle avenue, and William Whitman, of
this skle,, were married last evening by
Rev. L. C. Floyd, of the Simpson Meth
odist ohUrch. The wedding was quietly
arranged and th announcement will
urprise the friends of each. 'Mr. and
aics. Whitman will reside on South
Hyde Park avenue.
Haws Nnggcte sad Personal)!.
Mrs. C.'lt. Acker Is visiting relatjb
William Foster, of Washburn street,
has returned from New York.
' A supper was given last evening at
the Simpson Methodist church by the
KtAy members whose Initials are from
F.'td K. An enjoyable time was spent
nd the supper was well patronized.
The funeral jf Mrs. Margarnt Green
occurred yesterday at 2.30 o'clock from
'he tome of Mr. and Mrs. James Jo
eph, of 'North Bromley avenue. Rev.
"W. 8. Jones, of the First Welsh Bap
tist church, preacher the funeral ser
mon. The pall-bearers were:. Jerry
Samuel, Reese Jones, John Hedmund,
George Eynon, William A. Williams
end Richard Hurlow. Interment oc
curred in Washburn Street cemetery. '
Eva Athea. an infant daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edlnger, of 116
South Hyde Park avenue, died yester
day. The funeral will occur Saturday
at 12 o'clock from the home. 'Interment
will be made at Stroudsburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Rbtden Acker, formerly
of thla side, who have lately resided at
Trenton, N. J., have returned to thla
Ids and will stay permanently. The
Jersey climate did' not agree with Mr.
AoVtr and a removal to Scranton was
-rhn J. Hart, and daughter. Helen.
f Camden, N. J.r are (he guests of
friends on this side. . .
. Mary E. etern, of North Hyde Park
venue, and Frederick Reltenaur, of
Hampton street, were married Wednes
Qer t the residence of the bride's nar
2" 5r.Ji,v- W- We'ns. of DanvdHe.
The bride was unattended. She was
attired ili a 'handsome brown traveling
costume- and carried white roses. Mr.
tad Mrs, Reltenaur are now on their
ot ib? Stibiirbs,
wedding tour. Miss Stern Is a well
known lady and Mr. Ritenaur ta prom?
Inently associated with the Washburn
Street Presbyterian church.
The funeral of Mrs. W. J. Williams
ooourred yesterday afternoon from her
late residence, on Everotte avenue, itev.
l. P. Jones, of the Tabernacle church,
had charge of the services. The pall
bearers were Samuel 'Rogers, John
Kvans. Wright ltrondbent, Edward
Thomas, Wllliatm It. Richards and John
W. Evans. Interment was made In the
The funeral of the Infant child of
Mr. and Mrs. John Mttle. of Jackson
street, took place yesterday afternoon
nt 2 o'clock. Rev. William men, or tne
Plymouth church, olllclated. Hymns
wt iv rendered by a quartette composed
of Misses Minnie Rlnker, Kaclmcl
Jones. John Lewis nnd lavld Owens.
The remains were burled In the Wash
burn Street cemetery.
The remains of Miss Romven Vavls,
dnuhter or Mr, and Mrs. David Davis,
of Hampton street, will be burled this
afternoon in the Washburn street cem
etery. iMiss Kate Edwards, of Rebecca ave
nue, was the recipient of a surprise
party by her friends on Wednesday
T. J. Reynolds, of 'Hamirton street,
will leave today for Windsor, N. Y.
lfctnlcl J. Kvans, of South llydn Park
avenue, has. returned? from Wilkes-
Uarre. , .
This evening 'a chorus choir will be
formed at the Washburn Street Presby
terian church by Tallle Morgan, the
musical director of the church. All
young people who have fair singing
voices are asked to attend.
May. the 17-months-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Anderson, of 345
North Bromley avenue, died yesterday
of scarlet fever. Funeral private.
West Sldo Business Directory.
TAILOR Suits made to order. 1S.0 and
up; overrents. $ui and up. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Repair work a Hii'liiHy.
Frank tSltbertl. MS YV. Lackawanna
avenue, near Main avenue.
GET THR MAJESTIC OIL STOVR.
-Grand Parlor, Mystic, Easter and Hock
ash Rnnges. LV per cent, saved. R. J.
Hughes, agent, 1-1 South Main avenue.
RICYCI.ES repaired, scissors ground,
tools sharpened, saws tiled, keys fitted,
machines repaired by W. L. Steenbaek,
dealer In Ouns. Fishing Tackle, under
West Side Bank.
PHOTOGRAPH KR Cabinet Thotos, $1.40
per dozen. They are Just lovely. Con
vince youifelf by calling at Starnor's
Photo Parlors, 101 and 103 South Main
BARBER. Hair cutting and shaving done
In a first-class manner at John H. Rey
nold's Barber Shop, at Falrchlld's Hotel.
GROCERIES Revere Standard Java
Coffee is unexcelled. The leading coffee
of the dav. For sale only at F. W. Ma
son & Co. Fine Groceries, 113 South
epravn hand FURNITURE CASH
for anything you have to sell. Furni
ture, stoves, toois, etc. inn "
the stock of J. C. King, 1024 and 102
PLUMBING William D. Griffiths. Ill
North Main avenue, does first-class
Plumbing. Steam Heat and Gas B itting.
Satisfaction Is strictly guaranteed.
SOUTH SIDE NEWS.
Daniel Kiblor Amputated a Portion of ills
Finger While Splitting Wood
at ills Uorae.
Before leaving home for his day's
work yesterday morning Daniel Kib
ler. a young man living next to Korn
acher's druir store, on Pittston avenue,
went out to the woodshed to chop some
kindling wood for his mother. He used
a tomahawk, and holding the block of
wood with his left hand was chop
ping? away. One of the blows was mis
directed and it struck the Index finger,
cutting through the nail and extending
to the first Joint.
A piece of the member was cut clean
off. Dr. Manley was calleJ' and am
putated the finger at the joint. Mr.
Kibler Li employed by Contractor
Schroeder. The accident will force him
to remain idle for three weeks.
Mrs. Maloncy's Hard Lot.
Charles Mahoney, young son of Mrs.
Ma.honey, of Crown avenue, employed
as elate picker in the Dodge breaker
of the Delaware, Lackawanna nnd
Western railroad, was Injured yester
day afternoon at work by getting the
Index and middle finger of his right
hand crushed in the machinery at the
screens. The d'glts may not have to
be amputated, but they are badly
smashed. The hoy's mother Is a widow,
and she lost a son a little over a year
ago. Benny was the lad's name and he
met his death near the Dunmore
"latches" on the Erie and Wyoming
Valley railroad. Charles, who was
hurt yesterday, is her only support.
Threatened with Lockjaw.
Mrs. John Garvey, of Pittston avenue,
met tfith a mishap yesterday that was
In danger of causing lockjaw. A nail
ran up through her shot; and penetrat
ed Into her foot so far as to make t'he
pain excruciating. Her husband was
In the house at the time and he went
for Dr. Manley. The naill was extracted
and a lotion was applied to the wound,
which restored her to a normal con
dition from one of high nervous tension.
She was walking In the garden and
rtepped on a board through which the
nail was protruding.
Arrested for Peine Pretenses.
Constable Joseph F. Woelkers, of the
Eleventh ward, arrested Gaspare Abato
lat night and took him for a hearing
In-fore Alderman Robllng on a warrant
sworn out, charging obtaining money
under false pret'ener s. Ahnto was
liound In the sum of t.VlO for his appear
ance at court. The prosecutor Is An
tonio 'Moretta. a stone mason and cel
lar builder. Abato was recently un
able to pay his rent and Moretta raved
his furniture from being sold for the
rent by giving him enough of money to
liquidate the debt. Abato got the money
by representing to Moretta that he
would work for 'him nnd piy it back.
He did neither, it Is alleged.
Will l.vnch Struck with n Chnlr. .. -Charles
Westppfahl, of Prospect ave
nue, acting ns keeper of Win Lyscfh,
owoke Dr. Manley at 3 o'clock yester
day morning. 'Lynch was bleeding pro
fusely from wounds on the head, caused
by a blow of a ohilr administered by
John Lavello, the Cedar avenue black
smith. It took several stitches nnd a
half dozen yards of bandages to fix
Lynch up In proper fhape.' Mr. West
pfahl found him In charge of an offi
cer Who was tnklng him to the lock-up
to lhave the police surgeon dress tho
wounds, and he volunteered to rouse up
a doctor rather than see Lynch locked
Mrs. Peter Petlnglll. of Cherry street,
Is very dangerously ill and her physfl
clan has only slight hopes ot her re
covery. Mrs. Frank Klelnschrodt, of Moun
tain Lake, Is .recovering after a recent
The William Connell iHose comnanv
marched In the parade of the Pittston
fire department yseterday. Thev were
the guests of t he Black Diamond Hook
and Ladder company, who were their
guests at i'he parade of the Scran ton
Are department last month.
MIps Kittle McShane, of Mlddfeiown,
N. Y.. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. John
Imeldopf, of Stone avenue.
IF TWBRiE'B ANYTHING- .YOU
WANT THAT PRINTERS' INK WILL
GET FOR YOU. SAT HO IN THE
The Peck Lumber company, on East
Market street, resumed work yester
day after several days of Idleness
owing to the death of J. W. Peck. The
office of the company has been heavily
drapped in mourning since his death.
Miss Annie Oawley. of Pittston, who
has been visiting Miss Catherine Flynn,
of Brick avenue, has returned to her
Miss Mary dllmore, of Bchultzvllle,
Is vlKlUns Miss Margaret O'Malley, of
Cuslck avenue. ;
Mrs. William Bell left yesterduy for
itev. Ue-orge E. Guild has been elected
associated editor of the Lackawanna
Several Improvements are being made
In and about the Freas Feed mill, on
East Market street.
Mrs. Charles Grltlln, of Court street,
Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Garret
Smith, of Wllkes-dJarre.
Michael J. Murray, of Yard street,
and Miss 'Lizzie Gllhooly were united In
marriage In the Holy Rosary church
Wednesday afternoon at Ji o'clock.
Father O'Donnell officiated. After the
marriage a reception wus given ut the
home of the bride to a large number of
friends, after which they loft on their
wedding tour, which they will spend In
New York tity and vicinity. At 4 o'clock
Alexander Wall, of Brick avenue, and
Miss Alloc MiHiarrlck were united In
marriage by Father O'Dounell at the
same church. After 'the marriage a
reception wus given at the home of tho
The seventh anniversary of the Young
People's Society of t'hiistlutt Endeavor
of the Providence Presbyterian church
will 1e celebrated this evening. Sup
per will be served to all the Senior nnd
junior Kmleavors nt S o'clock, after
which a programme of instrumental
and vocal music will be rendered, and
several short addresses will be given
by the representatives of some of the
other societies of the city.
The Ladles' Aid society of the Prov
idence Presbyterian church are making
extensive preparations for their oyster
supper on next week Friday evening,
John Stanton has put down a stone
walk in front of his Hlukely street prop
erty. Miss Grace Chamberlain entertlned a
small company of friends at her home,
on North Dlakely street, last evening.
Various amusements were indulged In,
which made the hours pass pleasantly.
Albert M. Bingham, operator at the
office of the Pennsylvania Coal com
pany, and Miss Margaret M. Berlew
were united In marriage at the home of
the bride a parents, on Franklin street,
last night at S o'clock. Those from this
borough who attended the ceremony
were; Misses Marlon Kenney, Gene
vleve Biesecker, Edith Schoonover,
Jennie Gulnney, Grace Engle, Minnie
Bingham and Messrs. Frank Bingham
and GeorKe Kenney. The newly mar
ried couple will go to housekeeping In
Peter Sickle's house, corner of Cherry
and Elm streets, 'In this place. Both
are popular young 'folks, and have hosts
of friends who wish them success In
the Journey of life.
The social tendered their lady friends
oy tne Independent Hose company last
nlgnt proved to be a grand success,
A large number were present and en
Joyed the hospitality of the fire lad
dies. The kindergarten In connection with
St. Mark's mission will start tomorrow,
Somo of tho Plays That Aro Billed to
Appear In City Theaters.
This evening at the Academy of Music
Creston Clarke and company will ap
pear In "The Fool's Revenge. Mr. Clark
comes from two distinguished families
of actors, his mother being a sister of
Edwin Booth, and his father, John
Sleeper Clark, the famous old-time com
edian, remembered as the great Toodles
of his day. The supporting company
numbers twenty-six' people, Including
the gifted and beautiful actress, Miss
I'niiKt nt the Academy.
Joseph Callahan's grand electrical
ar.d spectacular production of "Faust"
will be 'the attraction at the Frothing
ham this evening. He Is ably support
ed by Edwin Boring in the title role of
"Faust," Miss Beatrice Ingram as Mar
guerite, Mrs. Addle Kairrell as Martha,
and other competent members of the
company. Mr. Callahan has become
thoroughly familiar with the require
ments of the difficult role of Mephisto
through years of study and experience.
The electrical effects In the spectacular
production of "Faust" are simply In
desorlbablo. They surpass any and all
features. Joseph Callahan Is a young.
ambitious actor, and has already done
At l ort Bliss.
The patrons of tho Frothlng'ham will
on Saturday evening have the oppor
tunity of witnessing the latest success
ful American play "At Fort 'Bliss." The
theater-going public Is T.eary of the
stereotyped war play und loudly cry
out for something new, nnd this, we be
lieve, they will discover In the above
drama. A Ktrong presenting company
Is pfomlsed and snme extra fine effects
In the way . of stage settings and
Zero Saturday Night.
Pretty girls, handsame scenery and
beautiful costumes, arslsted by clever
comedians, catchy musi.r, funny situa
tions, from a combination that Is hard
to resi.it. Such Is promised In abund
ance by "Zero," a rpectacular produc
tion which will make Its appearance at
tne Academy w i.viuhIo Saturday,-Oct.
1,'t. 1ft the cast of "Zero" are Messrs.
Chnrllo Banks, Joe Madden, Fred C.
Fish, Frank J. Qulgg, Ixmls Orosse,
'Douglass Atherlon, Dave Foster, Misses
M. Florence Edwards, Marie Bartlett,
Fannie Iewls, the Monroe sisters and a
large a'nd pretty chorus of girls, num
bering some thlrty-nve people. The
electrical effects will be more elaborate
than is usually seen, and tho scenery
curled by "Zero" Is said to bo very
Clifton nnd MMdcltnn Compnny.
The Clifton, and Mlddleton company
will be at the Academy of Music next
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday evenings. The Norrlstown
Herald, speaking of the company, rays:
OHfton ana Mlddleton s compnny, sup
porMng Miss June Agnott, mnd their
first appearance .before a Norrlstown
audience last evening and met with
pronounced' and Immediate favor. The
attraction presented was J. D, Clifton's
live-act comedy-drama, "Ranch King,"
which was given a most creditable In
terpretation. Miss Agnott, one of the
most talented and charming of ac
tresses, who knows how to sing and
dance a3 well as act, made many
friends by her winsome and pleasing
manners. Joseph D. Clifton made a
true and noble ranchman, and acted
his part well. The company Is above
the average and the performance last
night was better than some given by
higher priced organizations." Prices,
10, 20, 30 and CO cents.
ffhea Tiaby was sick, we gAn her Caecorlo,
When she n as a Child, (he crlwi far Castor!,
When slio became Mua, she clung to Castoria. -Vftoo
she had Children, she gave ttwi Cutorla '
JURORS FOR NOVEMBER.
Were Drawn by Sheriff demons and the
Jury Commissioners Matthews ..'and
Traverse iurors for the term of com
mon pleas court beginning Nov. 11 were
drawn yesterday afternoon by Sheriff
F. II. Clemons and Jury Commissioners
T. J. Matthews and J. J. Mannion.
Only about forty names now remain in
the wheel, and if court directs jurors to
be drawn for a special term of quarter
sessions additional names will have to
be placed in the wheel. The jurors
drawn yesterxlay were:
Traverse Jurors, Nov. II, 189S.
G. L. Breck, broker, Bcranton.
Isaac Watklns, tire boss, Old Forge.
John J. Johnson, janitor, Scranton.
Samuel it. Jones, miner, Scranton.
M. J. Gerrlly, agent, Hcranton.
L. H. McDonnell, miner, Mooslc,
John Nealon, miner, Scranton.
Thimias Hopkins, conductor, Hcranton.
II. M. Travis, miner, Hlukely.
Richard 1. MeHugh, hotel. Scranton.
John Vnung, blacksmith, Seruiitoii.
T. W. Wutklns, druggist, olyptiunt.
Michael Jenkins, miner, Hri union.
Ira Ott, lumber man, Jermyn.
O. E. Misled, engineer, Curbotidnle,, .
Willlum Stevens,- clerk, Hlukely.
J. II. Hchnuer, manuiier, Wintoii.
N. W. Bailey, merchant, South Ahlngton,
Fred W. Kleliimn, laborer, Sernnton.
Samuel J. 1'hllllps, teacher, Taylor.
John J. Shea, hotel keeper, Scruntun.
E. 10. Rice, merchant, Uulton.
William K. Reese, miner, Scranton.
Gen. M. Patterson, mon-hant, Carbotidale,
Peter Hoffman, laborer, iScranton.
William H. Phillips, farmer, lleiiton.
Pnvld T. Jenkins, miner. Hcranton.
Andrew Martin, clerk, Scranton.
Chmies Miller, merchant, Seruinton.
J. l O'Conner, reporter, Sernnton.
Thomas V. Iwwls, yeoman, Scranton.
Duviil C. Phillips, tax collector, Hlukely.
James Lynch, miner, Heranton.
George Heekmnn, bnikeman, Arehbald.
Ed. F. Hluwltt, civil engineer, Scranton,
James Collins, miner, Dunmore.
M. J. Gillespie, machinist, Scranton.
P. if. Yoos, 'tinsmith, Scranton.
James 11. Martin, engineer, Olyphant.
J. M. Burke, hotel. Arehbald.
Piulrloit Whalen, mill hand, Scranton.
John Malone, Miner, Mlnnoka.
Michael Clarke, miner, Jermyn.
Edward GUroy, miner, Arehbald.
S. 10. Decker, farmer, Newton.
John Young, spring maker, Scranton.
Pohn Fttzheiu-y, miner, .Mlnooku.
John Carey, engineer, Taylor.
Frank Goble, barber, Carbondale.
Sylvester Williams, 'barn boss, olyphant.
Thomas Loughney, miner. .Mlnooku.
John Hobnii, brakeman, Scranton.
John Cawley, laborer, Scranton.
Joseph W. Davis, tux collector, Scranton.
Charles B. Bought, carpenter, Scott.
August Schlnipff, hotel, Scranton.
Benjamin Weir, mine laborer, Scranton.
O. L. Colvln, carpenter, Scranton.
Thomas Jones, miner, Olyphant.
Joseph H. Kelly, drugglut, Olyphant.
Traverse Jurors, Nov. 18, 1805.
A. K. Deltweiler, harness maker, Scran-
Edward Ryan, plumber, Carhondale.
M. J. Walsh, ex-kecpr, Arehbald.
Phlletus Snedlcor, barn boss, Blakely,
Ziba Smith, farmer, Newton.
James F. Fahey, contractor, Scranton,
Francis Mangnn, hotel, Scranton.
Wm. Jeremiah; pump i dnner, Scranton,
John Walters, merchant, Madison.
Alnmanso Porter, Junk dealer, Scranton,
George Biesecker, farmer, Covington,
Matthew Carey, clerk, Scranton.
Herbert Cramer, farmer, Oreenfleld.
Conrad Pell, gentleman, Scranton.
Richard D. Jennings, engineer, Scranton.
R. O. Bryant, special officer, Scranton.
Wilson D. Decker, clerk, Dunmore.
Jacob K. Johler, gate keeper, Scranton.
Floyd M. Young, merchant. South Ablng
ton. Calvin Moore, farmer, LaPliime,
Samuel Pritchnrd, engineer, Dickson.
Patrick Garvey, laborer, Scranton.
John Reap, laborer, Scranton.
William Ryan, mill hand, Scranton.
Thomas Clark, hotel. Old Forge.
Lawrence P. Rooney, constable, Scranton.
C. M. Holllster, farmer, Covington.
Jasper Gardner, farmer, Greenfield.
Michael McDcrmott, hotel, Jermyn.
John K. Loftus, miner. Olyphant.
John B. Cost, tailor, Scranton.
A. L. Collins, candy mfg., Scranton.
A. 'W. Howard, salesman, Scranton,
JohnC. Coyne, miner, Mlnooka.
John Casey, hotel, Scranton.
Richard Williams, carpenter, Dickson.
John P. Gallagher, miner, Mlnooka.
Frank Dougherty, telegraph operator,
Alfred Smith, grocer, Mooslc.
Wlnfleld Decker, farmer, Greenfield.
Jonas Kibler, carpenter, Scranton,
E. J. Melvln. druggist, Scranton.
William A. Hlee, merchant, Newton.
Jacob Ellle. machinist, Carhondale,
C. D. Snyder, contractor. Dickson.
S. 8. Whit, agent. Scranton.
Nelson Lorose, plumber, Sernnton.
A. B. Clarke, farmer, Benton.
Henry M. Bass, agent, Scranton.
Alex. Grecnberger, salesman, Scranton.
Araph Wilson, axmaker, Scranton.
Joseph Wagner, blacksmith, Fell,
J. K. Smith, merchant, Scranton.
George Weeks, printer, Scranton.
John J. Decker, salesman, Scranton.
J. B. Ctimmlngs, engineer, Blakely.
W. C. Taylor, farmer, Clark's Summit.
William Corcoran, laborer, Sernnton.
Charles Molter, machinist. Scranton.
Charles Morris, clerk, CnrboiulHle,
Tra verso Jurors, Nov. 25, 1805.
H. H. Campbell, merchant, Scranton.
Adam Bonn, machinist, Scranton.
George Bell, machinist, Blakely.
John FnO'len, hotel, Olyphant.
John Wnlsh, carpenter, Scranton.
Patrick Relley, minor, Dickson,
Dr. Henry Roberts, gentleman, Scranton.
J. F. Williams, clerk, Scranton.
Thomas Devine, clerk, Scranton.
A. C. Dunning, carpenter, Klmhurst.
Josiph H. Davis, weigh clerk, Scranton.
L. W. Keller, harness mnker, Scranton.
John Schroeder, gentleman, Scranton,
John H. Edwards, yeoman, Jefferson.
Philip McGuIre, steel worker, Scranton,
Tobias Stein, farmer, Ransom.
Conrad Beckerly, laborer, Scranton.
Thomas Grimes, miner, Lnckawanna.
Michael (illmartln, bottler, Carhondale.
B. E. I-cvl, rug dealer, Scranton.
James Casey, mason, Scranton.
W. H. Carpenter, harness maker, Scran
ton. Martin McDermott, laborer, Scranton,
Thomas McAloou, Inborer, Scranton.
H. D. Miller, grinder, Scranton.
K. Filer, miner, Scranton.
William Wallcy, steel worker, Scranton.
David T. Jones, miner, Sernnton.
George Woover, carpenter, Scranton,
Silas Harrington, fanner, Oreenllold.
K. Bergmnnn, merchant, Hcranton.
Jacob Liixemberger, lalmrer, Scranton,
Robert H. Harlan, foreman, Scranton,
G. W. Westcott, fnrmer, Covington.
John ltohr, laborer, Scranton.
Jacob Snravlts, milk dealer, Scranton.
F. P, Hrown, hulel keeper, Carhnndale.
John Devine, merchant, Carhondale,
James Brown, laborer, Carbon dale.
Arthur Demmlngs. clerk, Hlukely.
J. D. Mason, lumber denier, Scranton,
J. A. Iacoe, farmer, Newton.
(J. L. Newton, farmer, Scott.
II. W. Rowley, mechanical engineer,
Henry Hrown, teamster, Scranton.
Jnmes H. Knrnham, Inborer, Scranton,
M. E. Clark, steel worker, Sernnton.
J. J. Wngonhorst, yeomnh. Clifton.
Christian Thantcr. carpenter, Scranton,
J. 10. Ward, fnrmer, Newton.
Michael Daley, miner, MookIc.
R. G. 'I'rondlnrk, lire -boss, Scranton.
John .eng. barlier, Sernnton. '
Jnmes Kearns, mill hand, Scranton.
John Ward, 'laborer, Scranton.
Ephrnm C. Hanson, farmer, LaPlume.
Jnmes Stevens, miner. Tnylor.
Michael Ryan, mill hand, Sernnton,
Philip Byar, plumber, Scranton.
John McCracken, painter, Sernnton.
Foot Ball Goods,
Sportsmen's Supplies, .
Hand-Loaded Shells a Specialty
Gun and Locksmith,
Typewriters Repaired. .
A. 17, M ISC II,
435 SPRUCE STREET.
ACADEMY OF. MUSIC,
Friday Evening. Oct 10
And Slrt Consult "
Dkict front Hit Ffcluuto'ihia Run.
Regular prices. Bole of seat opens Wednes
day Morning, Oct, is.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
SATURDAY. OCT. 19.
THE SPECTACULAR PHANTASY,
OR A TRIP
TO THE POLE.
Hosts of Pretty Girls.
Tone of Special Scenery.
Dazxling Electrical Displays.
Bale of (oats epvni Thursday. No ad vanca
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
4 Nlghti, Commencing Monday, Oct. 21.
CLIFTON & MIDDLETON S
Dramatic Cuinpnny, llruua Band
MONDAY RANCH KING
TUKHDAT LIBBY PRISON
WEDNESDAY MYRTLE FERNS
Entire Balcony 20c
Orchestra Circle and Orchestra.... 30c
Parlor Chair EOo
Bale of scats orons Friday,
Wagner & Kelt, I.csscos and Manager.
FRIDAY, OCT. 18.
Id the electrical spectacular production,
Bale of aeats now open.
SATURDAY, OCT. 19,
The American Drama,
AT FORT BLISS
By HENRY SIMON.
Produced by a Strong Company.
Special Scenery and lteallatic Effects.
A Blending of Comedy Mid Pr.tuca
A Production ot Merit.
Sale of seats opene Tburaday.Oct.lT, at 0 a m,
Thursday, Friday, Saturday,
Oct 17,18 and 19.
RICE & BARTON'S
MIODLEf D POODLE
Fun with tbe Sparkle of a June Homing.
Music witb tbe Charm or Tune.
Song wilb tbe Ede of Wit. .
Dmos witb tbe Grace of Ycutb.
Produced by tho li at Talented of tlio Farce
( nmeay miki n rnniiiom or Ail mm y
ShuwB, Interspersed with Kutlnod Specialties.
Admission, 10, 20 or 30 Cents.
SSTWc Do Not Advertise In the
BROADWAY and FORTY-FIRST
ST., NEW YORK CITY.
A Modern I (reproof Hotel containing 300
rooms, 20O with hmli and toilci
Oond Rooms SI AC: Lrn Horns. 9. and
with nhvuto bath '2 .'n)and nnwnrd perdiiy.
RESTAURANT. CUISINE AND
In cloae proximity to the principal tliOAtrei
and tin nhnnpintt district.
Fire minute from Urand Central aud
Vet Shore Depots.
LOUIS U TOOD, J. H. FIFE,
We are Hoadqnurters for Oystcrj and
are handling the
Celebrated Duck Kivers,
Lynn Havens, Keyports,
Mill Ponds; also Shrews
bury, Kockawaya, Maurice
Kivcr Coves, Western
Shores and Hlue Points.
HTWo tnnko a Specialty of dellverlni
Blue Points on half nholl in carriers.
PIERCE'S MARKET, PENN AYE
nought and sold on New York
Exchange nnd Chicago Hoard
of Trade, cither for cash or on
WM. LINN ALLEN & CO.,
412 Spruce Straet
LCCIL STOCKS I SPECIALTY.
, Telephone 8002.
French Injection Compound
Car potltlrrty, quickly, (not merely checks.)
OueranteHl or money rafunilrd. Atutd danif roiii
remedies. Prl-elrn,iwr bottle. Mis Motile
(will cute eeritrest raw) tent nreiiald. secure (im
elMerratlon. wltli only wluaUllcally made syringe,
to any address for H.do.
DR. LOBB'S BOOK FREE
To all infferari of ERRORS OF YOUTH,
I.OST VIGOR and DISEASES OP MKN ANt
WOMEN. CM caves ! ninth taonnflt atanralv
sealed and mailed tree. Treatment by cunt
strictly confidential, and a rositlre quick cure
f a auteed. No natter how lose standing, I
wiu aosiuyeiy our yon, writ or call .
aPq 939 !. 13th t.. Philada., Pa
ItbvJIu years' continue m praotlc.
Centers irt our Black Dress Goods section, because we are
now offering better values in new goods on a rising
market than any other house in the trade.
An Immense Line of 75a Novelties,
45-Inch Serge, a Beauty, value 75c.,
An Elegant 45-inch Fine Henrietta, value 90c,
45-inch Henrietta or Serge, value $1.00,
Mohair Luster, the Latest Novelty, value $1.25,
Specialties will be offered in this department of sufficient
importance to warrant their inspection by every one inter
ested in High Class Millinery. We do not quote prices for
the reason that the values in each and every instance will
speak for themselves, aud tellingly.
Lackawanna Afenue, Scranton, Pa.
IRON &MD STEEL
Bolts, Nuts, Bolt Ends, Turnbuckles, Washers, Rivs
ets, Horse Nails, Files, Taps, Dies, Tools and Sup
plies. Sail Duck for mine use in stock.
SOFT - STEEL - HORSE - SHOES,
And a full stock of Wagon Makers' Supplies, Wheels,
Hubs, Rims, Spokes, Shafts, Poles, Bows, etc,
When you e.xn lisTe your pyoa scientifically
Tested Freo bv tho new method.
HPl'her lira hundreds of tei.ple If tbey
knew thla, would go milts to have their
examined. DOKT WAIT.
JSTWhen yon Ret lenses, or r'asees, ss
many peoplo call them, Get tho Beat, as they
won't enst von any more t nan poorer ones.
Do not trust your valuable alghtto ped
dlera. The ACRO-CRYSTAL LENSES
will correct the viaion and atop all
pain in the head.
Placed Id tbe Finest Solid Gold Frames for $3
Th as Lenses are eo'd only by
EYE SPECIALIST AND JEWELER
Oppcalto Scranton House,
303 Lackawanna Ave., SCRANTON, PA,
to 11 a. m., 1 to 5 and 7 to 9 r m.
MINING, BLASTING MO SPORTING
Manufactured at the Wapwallopen MUla, Ls
terne county, P.i., and nt Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent for the Wyoming Distriot.
118 WYOMING AVE Scranton, Pv
Third Nations! Bank Building.
TIIOB. roRIl lttton. Pa.
JOHN R. SMITH A HON, Plymouth. Pa.
K. W. MUM.IUAN. WilkeaRarre. Pa.
Agent ror tne Hcuaono uwnical
aay a High aUploetvee.
Manufacturer of th. Colobratol
100,000 Barrels per Annum
Or all kinds, manufactured at abort
otic at Tlic Tribune OQce.
A FEW DAYS:
Special, 49 c
Special, 49 c
II. D. SWAKTZ & CO.
Are the Leading Wholejale Agents in
GUNS, RIFLES, REVOLVERS.
HEADQUARTERS FQR .
L ('. Smith's and Remington
Guns flay Pigeons ana
Telephone 2723. Open Evening.
81314 Spruce Street, between Penn and Wyo
national Bank of Scranton.
B A MITEL RINKS, President
W. W. WATSON. Vlce-Prealdant,
A. B. WILLIAMS, Cashier.
Samuel II I nee. James M. Kverhart, Irr
Ing A. Finch, Pierce B. Flnley, Joseph J.
Jermyn. M. 8. K.mcrer, Charles P. Mate
thewa. John T. Porter, W. W. Wataon.
rata bank Invite the patronage of bus.
Mat men and Urns general.
imTtl HOt CO., he. rsTHaVII.IIMPhj
UII 1.6 BMOB IN THE WORXJ.
"A ioUmr Mr4 a dtlimr immii." 1
Tkt.tdlee'Melll rrearh Dnogola Kid Baft.
OMiTSKd Irs. snywnere la tne u ..,
at Vatul Note far tl.se.
Kauale every war the boot.
sold la all retail aterea for
tJ.M. We auk. tale bee
onnalree, themfoie we gear
anlf the Jtt, ttvlt aaa nr,
and If any oae m aet aastsflei
we win nms we amies y
er aene anoiaevyw. upoi
am or vosanoa eeaae,
k stses 1 to i sad hal
a. and yniar Jtml
M mill U eea,
Ester Shoe WSESS&s
SptMmt terse, f. JMaun.
JOHN L HANGI, ENGRAVER,
OFFICE AND SHOP
. Sll Lack. At. and stewart'e Art Store,
Photo EognTtDf tor Clrcoltn, Books, CiU
. lo.net, lewspapta
Kalf-TenM m Una Warla