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THE TBlBUIvE ITItTDAT MOHNINO. OCTOBER 1(5. 189ft.
WEST SIDE EVENTS.
Litlfatioo In Alderman John's Court
Over an Irish Setter Resulted In
. John Mullarkey GoJnf to Jail.
An "Irish setter" caused lots of
trouble last evening1 In the olllee of
Alderman John, of the Fourth ward.
John Mullarkv. was defendant In a case
In which Thomas Kvuns, of SeventhJ
street, was the prosecutor, and the dug
was the bone of contention. Kvans
claimed It so did Mutlarky, and there
Here's Evan's story: He was walk
ing throUKh Uellevue lints last week
when he spied a dog 'in Mullurkey's
yard. That doff was his once upon
a time, and It had one day about eight
months ago disappeared from the
Kvans kennel. This was the llrst tjme
Kvans had seen It since. To make sure
that the dog was the same old setter,
Kvans entered Mullurkey's home und
purchased some epK. Without idul
larkey's knowledge he exumined the
canine and it was his. Yesterday af
ternoon Constable John Davis carried
a search warrant to Mullurkey's home
and the dog and Mullarkey were seized
and taken befoie the uldetman. It was
a tragic FCene. The evidence, I. e.;
the dog was chained to tha stove while
the case was argued.
"Your no cattle to have a fine bred
dog." said Kvans to Mullnikey.
"Nursed tlmt (log since lie was a
kid," spurted Mullarkey.
There were some of the cholcs bon
.nots of the occasion. At nnotl'.er time
Mullarkey referred to a witness ns a
"hobo," and he called the constable a
"holm," and the constable called Mul
larkey down. The case will go to court,
and Mullarkey will go to jail in default
of $200 bull. The dog went to Kvans.
An entertainment and purse social
will be held In the Jackson Street llap
tlst church this evening at 8 o'clock,
under the auspices of the Young Ladles'
Fidelian society. Koch young gentle
man attendlnK will be given a purse
containing a number, and every lady
will receive a purse containing a dupli
cate number. After the entertainment
the young umn will endeavor to find the
young lady holding the duplicate num
ber, and having found his partner will
spend a pleut-unt hour together in the
soclul which will be held in the din
ing room of the church. Cake, lem
onade and coffee will be served free.
Ice cream and candy will he for sale.
Two prizes will be awarded to the
couple having puiSfS containing
blanks. The following Is the pro
gramme: Supruno solo Mies Annie Williams
Hiiilatlon Miss Alice .M iv Williams
helm-lion Columbian quartette
V"1'.1 Anna mul Katie tlrllUn
Hesitation .lls A- ,)om.s
J ass solu k. i. (lillllths
Jteellatlon Miss Nettle Lewis
Ten tents admission will be charged.
CHI U'S WILL IIANQt'ET.
The Chi rpsilon society of the Wash
burn Street I'resbylerlun church will
bumiilut next Tuesday evening In their
room. President S. h York will pre
side at the post-prundlal exercises. The
list of toasts and speakers are ns fol
lows: "I'ulriotlsiii." Judson Hutchin
son; "Politics," Herbert Hull; "Our
City," Juseph ltu'rrull; "Our Cluests,"
Archbnld Meats; "The Needs of Our
Society." Turvey Ureese; "The Press,
Past, Present, future," C. H. Derby;
"Ketoiiching," Theodore Meyers; "The
Present," John Howell
At a meeting held Wednesday even
ing the Home Missionary society of the
Simpson Methodist Episcopal church
fleeted the following otllcers: Presi
dent, Mrs. (1. Moser; vice president,
Mrs. J. H. Sweet; second vice president,
Mrs. W. W. Davis; third vice president,
Miss Katie Mason; corresponding sec
retary. Miss Helen Peck: recording
secretary, Miss Augusta I (lair; secre
tary of mothers Jewels, Mrs. J. Puff;
secretary of local work, Mrs. It. J.
Hughes; collector. Mrs. F. C. Hall;
treasurer, Mrs. L. T. Cooke.
NEWS IN NOTES.
The funeral of the late Joseph Beav
ers will take place this afternoon at 2
o'clock. Short services will be con
ducted at the house and nt 2.30 o'clock
the remains will ho tuken to the Simp
son Methodist Episcopal church, where
a sermon will be preached by ltev. J.
U. Sweet. Interment will be made In
Washburn Street cemetery.
Two West Side churches gave sup
pers last evening, the Simpson Meth
odist Episcopal and the Scranton Street
Haptlst. Ho th were served between
the hours of G and 8 o'clock. Enter
Dr. J. J. Carroll, of Jackson street,
has returned from a visit at New York
At the Jackson Street Baptist church
Our very attractive Fall and Winter
Overcoats at $8.00, $10.00 and $12.00.
Sterling values that have no success
ful competitors. Fine garments up to
$30.00. Large choice.
Beautiful Novelties in Fall Suits from
We emphasize the very Dressy Plaids
and Overplaids in newest brown shades,,
from $12.00 to $22.50.
We have these suits to fit men any
height, and also to fit men who are short
Uim Dealing Clothiers,
of the Sdblirbs.
Inst evening George Leltch, of Ceylon,
gave a free lecture. There was a good
attendance and much entertainment
and Instruction was enjoyed.
Mrs. William T. Smith and Mrs.
Thomas Wagstaff, of South Sumner
avenue, returned yesterday morning
from a nine weeks' trip througft Eng
land. Miss Lizzie Thomas (LIU Morganwg)
who Is visiting here from Wales, left
yesterday for Boston, where she will
till a week's engagement.
The Misses Lizzie and Anna Phillips,
of Selinsgrove, have returned home af
ter a visit with Mr. and Mrs. i . II.
Warren, of North Lincoln avenue.
Miss lielle Miller, of Pittston, was a
West Side visitor yesterday.
The Misses Harriet Hutehlns and
Janet Bryden, of Carbondale, are vis
iting on this side.
West Side Business Directory.
HARRIET 3. DAVIS, FLORIST.-Cut
flowers and funeral designs a specialty;
101 South Main avenue; two doors from
SECOND HAND FURNITURE. Cash for
anything you have to sell. Furniture.
Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and sea th
stock of J. C. King, 701 to 709 West Lack
An elopement that has caused con
siderable talk among residents of this
place, occurred about two weeks ago,
when Miss Sadie Clark and Archibald
Daly suddenly disappeared. They re
turned as man and wife. Both are
well known nnd are held in high esteem
by the younger social element of this
place Mrs. Daly Is about 20 yeats of
age and very pretty. Daly Is about
2:i. He is a carpenter by trade, and
came to this place from Tunkhannock.
He secured employment with Mr.
Clark, the father of the bride, who
also Is a carpenter. He also boarded
with the Clark family. It is alleged
that before many weeks hnd passed
by he became deeply infatuated with
Miss Clark, and was not backward
in showing his love for her. This love
was returned, but the parents thought
nothing of the affair. About two weeks
ago the young people left home fur a
visit among friends In Tunkhannock,
so Mr. and Mrs. Clark thought. In
stead of going to Tunkhannock they
went to New Jersey, where they were
mnrrled. After their marriage they re
turned to the home of Miss Clark's par
ents on West Murket street, and mad?
known what tlint had done. They were
forgiven and received the parental
A Democratic rally was held In O'Don
nell's hall on Oak street, last night.
John Loftus, of Leggetts street, Is
convalescent after a severe illness.
Miss It. Kelley, of Kingston, is the
guest of Mrs. Patrick May, of Parker
Michael Gllllgnn, of West Market
street, is at Kingston.
Major J. B. Fish and wife, of North
Main avenue, are at Philadelphia.
Mrs. Ann Jones, of I'itUton, is visit
ing Mrs. Thomas Powell, ,ot Putnam
The Trilby Dancing class will meet
in Company II armory this evening.
The supper last evening at Weber's
rink by the First Congregational
church was fairly patronized. Five
cents admission Is being charged to go
into the link, and this will entitle the
holder to a chance on a barrel of Hour.
The supper will be continued again
David Jones, of Providence, Is visit
ing friends in this place fur the past
Oreut preparations are being made
for the fair and festival of the Calvary
Baptist church on Nov. 25, 26, 27 and 24.
Mfs. B. O. Jones, who has been con
fined to her home for the past week
by sickness, Is rupldly recovering.
The Price Library association will
hold a business meeting this evening.
Dr. H. H. Harris, pustor of the Cal
vary Baptist church, officiated in th,?
marriage of William Davis nnd Kuth
James, both of Uellevue, on Wednesday
evening, at the home of the bible's par
ents. The borough fathers will hold a meet
ing this evening.
Miss Maggie Hughes, of Hyde Park,
visited her sister, Mrs. Itichard J.
Davis, on Main street yesterdny.
Mrs. Samuel Sheldon, ,who has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Daniel
Jenkins, of West Pittston, for the past
few days, returned Wednesday.
It Is Our Purpose
in calling your attention to the
benefit of good printing to reap
some benefit from your necessity.
It keeps the public posted on what
you have at your store that Is nec
essary for their comfort. A well
printed circular will attract at
tention, and rivet In their minds
where they can purchase to the
best advantage. We do that class
Hatters and Fumlsh&u
SOUTH SIDE NEWS.
Origlaof tbs Fire on Pitlstoa Aveirns I
Explained by Distress of a Womaa
Over Lostof Her False Teeth.
After the firemen left from the scene
of the fire at 12.30 yesterday morning
In the summer kitchen in the rear of
f417 Pittston avenue, and as the resi
dents In the vicinity were preparing
to return to bed, from which they had
been aroused, the wailing of a woman
In deep distress was heard upon th-?
midnight air. They got up-to see what
the matter was and found the person
inside the half burned kitchen, poking
around In the ruins, looking for some
thing. Some one approached her and
asked what was up. She said her false
teeth were burned up In the lire. A
lamp was got and after a search un
der the stove the false teeth were found
but they were charred and useless.
By this time a policeman came along
and arrested her. She proved t6 be
Jessie Ingles, an old woman who has
no home, and she had found the door
of the kitchen unlocked, went In and
turned the draught on the stove and
got up such a fire in It that the heat
Ignited the kitchen. She had a narrow-
escape herself, no doubt, from being
suffocated, because when she laid down
on the floor to sleep she took out her
false teeth and placed them under the
stove. Whether she was awakened
when the blaze broke out or was awak
ened by the smoke. It is evident that
she lost no time In getting away, and
after it was all over she came back
to find her teeth. She was discharged
by Alderman Robllng ye:terday morn
ing at the police hearing in the Alder
SHORTER PARAGRAPHS OF NEWS
A social will be held at Pharmacy
hall this evening under the auspices of
a number of young ladles of the Twen
At Worklngmen's hall next Monday
evening an entertainment will be held
by the Schaube-Vereln.
The funeral of August, 1-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. August Schimpff, of
Celar avenue, was held yesterday af
ternoon at 2 o clock. Interment was
made in Pittston Avenue cemetery.
.Miss Ella Seaman, of Cedar avenue.
has gone to Florida to spend the. win
A butcher at Armbrust's slaughter
house on Remington avenue, was aim
ing a blow of an axe at the head of a
dead pig yesterday and he missed the
mark, hitting himself on the knee and
Inflicting a large gash. Dr. J. J. Walsh
Miss Minnie Brunlng was most
agreeably surprised at her home on
Brook street W ednesday evening, by a
large number of her young friends.
The evening was pleasantly spent In
the Baltics Incident to such an occa
sion, and It was with givat reluctance
that the party dispersed at midnight.
Chicken thieves entered the coop of
John B. Mobday, the well-known butch
er of Brook street, and stple a number
of his choice fowls.
George Benson and ThMnafl Monk, of
Carbondale, are the gurAts of William
Seugraves, of Grove street.
Kev. George Leach of Java nnd Cey
lon, delivered a Ve' interesting lecture
in the Presbyter;ah church before a
large audience Wednesday night on the
subject of "Missions, in Ceylon."
A meeting or the Bryan and Sewall
club was held In Boland's hall last
evening. Robert Emmet O'Boyle, A. F.
McAnuity, or Arennakl; and Attorney
M. J. Buddy, of Scranton, were the
Miss Blanche Capvvell, of Lake Wlno
la, is very ill at the home of her sister.
Mrs. William Packard, of Cherry street.
At the eleventh annual meeting of
the Woman's Home Missionary society
of the Lackawanna Presbytery ,.vhlch
was held at Carbondale, Miss Nettie
King was elected recording secretary.
Miss Mattlu Hards, of Carbondale, is
visiting Miss Delia Williams, at her
home on Bloom street.
Miss Annie Stuart, of Mead street, Is
able to be out aguin after suffering
from a severely sprained ankle.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. Oliver have re
turned to their home in Philadelphia,
after spending a short visit with Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Oliver, of Green Ridge
Pntriek Ruane, of Walnut street, was
arrested yesterday afternoon on a war
rant issued from the ofiice of B. W.
Cooney, charging him with making
threatH against Chief of Police Healey
and Ofllcer Patrick O'Horo. He was
placed under $200 bail. William McCar
thy qualifying as his bondsman.
FOOT BALL NOTES.
The line up of the School of the Lack
awanna foot ball eleven for the game
with Wyoming seminary Saturday af
ternoon at Athletic Park Is as follows:
Left end, Connell or Kelly; left tackle,
Phillips; left guard, Gavin; center, F.
Clark; right guard, Tiffany; right
tackle, Boyle; right end, Fitzgerald;
right half-back, Walsh; left half-back;
Fellows; quarter back, E. Clark; full
The Rusher foot ball team has or
ganized for the season with the fol
lowing players: Woller, full back; Jo
seph Mulherin, left half; Joseph Blg
lln, quarter back; George Ash, center;
Eddie O'Donnell, guard; Michael Mul
len, guard; Michael Boles, tackle; Sam
uel Gordan, tackle; John Ilelemaw,
end; Bennle Jones, end; Walter O'Toole
Is manager and would like to arrange
for a game with any team not over
125 pounds. Answer the Tribune.
At the Wallsvllle fair last week Spen
cer D. Reed took second money in onef
the races with his horse, Love Kust.
Wallsvllle Is situated In Lackawanna
county near Dalton and as this Is the only
fulr association In the county It prom
ises to be a success. This wus the first
year of the fair.
The Tunkhannock Cut Glass factory Is
now working only three days per week.
Mrs. Fred Jennings and her sister. Miss
Agnes Stark, were In Wilkes-Barre yes
terday. .Miss Agnes Decker, of Mehoopany, is
visiting at tnc home of Howard Brun
gess on Gravel Hill.
Hurry Cassldy is clerking for H. S. Kel
logg. Tonight tTncle Tom's Cabin will be with
us. They come In a private car and have a
largo amount of baggage. They advertise
a grand street parude. From this place
they go to Scranton.
.Mrs. George I'hilllpson left this morn
ing for a short visit with her sister In
Wilkes-Barre, Mrs. Tavlor Grlllln.
Mrs. Fred Selbel. of Pittston, who, with
her three children, has been visiting her
parents, Mr. und Mrs. Albert Townsend,
The announcement of the death' of Cap.
tqln A. B. Mott In Denver, Col., Is received
with regret here. Mr. Mott was for many
years one of our most prosperous mer-i-hnnts
and occupied the building In which
Charles E. Space is located. He wus prom
inent In the Baptist church and always
worked for the best Interest of his many
friends. Some ten years ugo he had a
stroke of paralysis, but partially regained
his health and moved to Denver. He Is
survived by a widow and three daughters,
Mrs. O. O. Esser, of Havre; Mrs. William
Nice and Mrs. Cook, of Denver. The re
mains will not be brought east.
Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Harding have re
turned from Elmlru, N. Y. ,
Web Arnts, tonsorlul artist and Isun
dryman, Is having the front tt his shop
painted. Alvah Melhlnsh is doing the
Try Jordan' one-half minute atewi.
MONUMENT TO AN INDIAN CHIEF.
Stone Uaveiled in Memory of Corn
talk, Famous Shawnee.
Point Pleasant, W. Va.. Oct. 15. The
Unveiling today of the monument pro
vided by popular contribution to the
memory of Cornstalk, the famous
Shawnee Indian chief who was assas
sinated by the soldiers while on a mis
sion of peace at the old fort here In the
spring of 1777, was an occasion of uni
versal Interest throughout the entire
upper Ohio valley, and was witnessed
by at least 6,000 people.
Ex-Congressmun Charles E. Hogg,
who delivered the dedicatory address,
paid high tribute to the bravery, nobil
ity and stanch loyalty of the dead
chief, and deplored the lack of appre
ciation on the part of the descendants
of the early settlers that has left his
grave wholly unmarked and In total
neglect for more than a century.
DEATH IN THE TEA.
Two Pittsburg Women Poisoned by
Tauuate of Copper.
Pittsburg, Oct. 13. Mis. Harriet
Walker, aged CO years, and her daugh
ter Mabel, 20 yeurs old, are dying at
their home on South Highland avenue,
from poisoning. Both made ante-mortem
statements, according to which
they became ill Immediately after
drinking tea purchased last Thursday
evening. The tea has been analyzed
and found to contain traces of tannate
of copper. Another analysis is In
Mother nnd daughter are suffering
Intensely with no hope of recovery.
Several other but less serious cases of
poisoning have been reported In the
neighborhood, In each of which the
victims have traced their Illness to
SHOT AND SLASHED HIS RIVAL
Jealousy Prompts a Murderous As
snult in Maryland.
Elkton, Md., Oct. 15. Charles Car
roll, colored, aged 18 years, residing
near Peach Blossom, some twenty miles
from here, was lodged In the Elkton
jail today, charged with murderously
assaulting Alfred Frisby, also colored,
of the s;une place. They were paying
attention to a girl, nnd Carroll becom
ing Jealous of Frisby, after quarreling,
drew a revolver und shot Frisby
through the lungs. He followed this
up wJth nn assnult with a corn knife.
Frisby wus horribly mutilated, hav
ing been gashed across the forehead
and about the body. He will probably
die. Carroll denies having committed
Catindinn Cruiser Drives nn Erie Tug
from Prescribed Limits.
St. Thomas, Dnt., Oct. 1". The do
minion government cruder Petrel, Cap
tain Dunn, discovered a tug In the act
of setting nets within the prescribed
limits near Port Stanley today and im
mediately made for her. The captain
of the tug espied the cruiser and tried
to escape but the latter was too speedy
for her and overhauled the tug after
a short chase. 1
The tug proved to be the Edna Wood
Ill, of Erie, Pa. Captain Dunn, of the
Petrel, after searching the tug allowid
her to go. The Petrel then returned to
where the nets were set and picked
them up. There were 105 nets In all.
MORE WHEAT TO INDIA.
The Urn ft on Uncle Sam's Crop May
Jan Francisco, Cal., Oct. 15. From
reliable Information It was learned to
day that besides the one cargo of wheat
shipped to Calcutta.'four other cargoes
are held here subject to cable orders
from Bombay, which are expected at
any hour. Australian demand is also
keen, and If has stimulated some spec
ulative brokers to buy largely In order
to meet orders which they confidently
expect next month.
Both Didia and Australia will prob
ably need more California wheat than
the most sanguine broker has esti
mated. ROW ENDS IN MURDER.
Partisans Engage in n Fatal Qonrrcl
at a Political Meeting.
Cannonton, Ind., Oct. 15. Ed Bas
singer shot and Jtilled Emery Miles and
wounded Joel Dixon at Adlville. about
sundown yesterday. Democratic and
Republican meetings were being held
close together and Basslnger was yell
ing for Bryan while Miles and Dixon
were shouting for McKlnley.
This led to a row and the shooting
followed. Basslnger is in. jail and a
mob threatens him.
TO BOYCOTT THE COAL COMBINE.
Business Men of South Dakota to
Advocate Corn for Fuel.
Sioux City, la., Oct. 15. Among the
business men of Yankton, S. D., an or
ganized effort is being made to boy
cott the hard coal combine throughout
the northwest by inducing as many
consumers as possible to substitute
corn for fuel.
It Is proposed to hold a convention
at some central point where an or
ganization can be formed and the boy
cott made complete.
IH0T A WOMAN AND HIMSELF.
Gave a Check in Advance for Funeral
Cincinnati, O., Oct. 15. Late this
evening D. Harry Sollars, aged 25. of
Cripple Creek, Col., shot and fatally
Injured Cleo Russell, 18 years of age,
an Inmate of a house of ill-repute, and
then sent a bullet Into his own brain.
The crime was caused by drink and
Jealousy. Just before shooting the wo
man Sollars drew a check on a Denver
bank for $500, with which to pay the
SUFFOCATED IN COTTON.
Singular Fate of a Little -Girl Who
Stood on Her Ilend.
Norfolk, Va., Oct. IB. Deona, the
8-year-old daughter of N. E. Blgmon,
of Cline township, was suffocated by
going headforemost into some seed
cotton, In which she and her play
males had burrowed a hole three feet
The other children deserted the un
fortunate girl with her heels In the air,
not realizing the danger of her plight.
FLOATING ISLAND ON WIND LAKE.
Hunters Have Sport with Animals
Shut Off from the Mainland.
Mlddletown, N. T., Oct. 15. After a
year's anchorage on one Bide of Mora
beshe Lake, a floating Island contain
ing about two acres became released
and Is now floating in. Wind Lake, sit
uated eight miles from this city, near
Hunters are having fine sport with
the foxes and raccoons thus impris
oned. - Sciatic Rheumatism Cnred.
L. Wagner, wholesale druggist, Rich
mond, . Va., says: "I had a fearful
attack of Sciatic Rheumatism, was laid
up almost two months; was fortunate
enough to get Mystic Cure for Rheuma
tism. This cured me after doctor's
prescriptions had failed to have any
effect. I have-also heard of fine results
from 'ethrt who havt used it," ,
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AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE
COLLECTION OF BUTTONS
Wo cannot only boast of prl.-rs extraor
dinary low, but hIfo for lit, quality, style,
cut and general appearanco of every tar
tnent. This Is an entire new department
and Is replete wit nil that Is new and up-to-date
Ideas bought with great care from
manufacturers of repute only, which
gives us the right to
TOP COATS of EnRllsh Covert Cloth. We
have a special fine assortment of nobby
cut garments, well made and lined hs
low us $10.m; others tip to (18.00. This
department is In charge of .Mr. l. E. Ue
lany, formerly of Messrs. Martin & lie
lun'y. $8.(Jtf HUYS a fine Blue or ninck Cheviot
Sack Suit, slimle or double breasted,
latest cut, properly trimmed and fin
ished, guaranteed absolutely fast color,
better for $10 $12 and 1.
SCOTCH TWfclCD SUITS In Plaids and
Stripes. There is that smart tailor tone
in these suits coupled to all that Is re
fined and correct in tone and the prices
range from (12.00 to $18.00.
Sterling Silver Shirt Waist
Sets, worth (5c to $1; choice
for 50c. Worth $1.25 to $1.75;
choice for $1.00.
Sterling Silver Belt Buckles,
worth 3.50, nt $2.51). Worth
$2.50, at $1.75.
Closing Out all our Fine
China at about Half Price.
Genuine Rogers' Triple
Plate Spoons, Forks and
Knives at reduced price. Lu
Tea Sets, Ice Pitchers, Cake
Baskets, etc., finest plate, new
styles, very low prices. At
our New Store,
130 WYOMING AVENUE
For Infants and Children.
New York, Ontario nnd Western.
The following time table will go Into ef
fect on the New York, Ontario and West
ern railroad, Sunday, October 4:
Trains leave Scranton for Carbondale at
10.55 a. ni. and G.10 p. m.i for Hancock
Junction at 10.55 a. m.
Train leaves Hancock Junction for
Scranton at 2.05 p. m.
Trains leave Carbondale for Scranton at
IM a. m. and tSi p. m,
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II GREAT SLUMP
Has been predicted all throutb th
season lustpsst. THIS IS THE WAY
HUMBERS HAVE BEEN REDUCED.
'96 Price. . '97 Price.
Roadster, $110.00 $115.00
Tourist, 112.50 117.50
Lady Humber, 117.50 122.50
Racer, 125.00- 150.00
Prices seem high, but then you
know it's HUMBER QUALITY.
CHASE & FARRAR
515 Linden Street.
INNING, BLASTING IND SPORTING
Manufactured at the Wapwallopen Mill
ijuierov coumy, I'., ana ai vv u
General Agent for the Wyotnlnf Dlstrlat
US WYOMINQ AVENUE. Senates, Pa,
Third National Bank Building.
TH09. FORD. Pittston. Pa.
JOHN B. SMITH A SON, PlySIOUth, Pa,
E. W. MULLIGAN, Wilkes-Barre, Pa,
Agents for the Repauno Chemical Com
aanv's uign isxpiosives.
ON THE LINE OF THt
CANADIAN PACIFIC R'Y
are located the finest fishing and taunting
grounds In the world. Descriptive books
on application. Tickets to all points In
Maine, uanaaa ana Maritime trovinces,
MinneapoUv. St. Paul, Canadian and
United States Northwest, Vanvouver,
Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, Ore., Ban
First-Class Sleeping and Dining Cars
attached to all throught trains. Tourist
cars fully fitted with btddlng, curtains
and specially adapted to wants of families
may be had with second-class tickets.
Rates always less than via other lines.
For further information, time tables, eta,
on application to 4
E. V. SKINNER, Q. E. A.,
353 Broadway, New York.
What Sarah Bernnard says
Grand Special Sals of
ORIENTAL HUGS CARPETS
AT 124 WASHINGTON AVE.,
BY MICHABLIAN BROS, CO . of Armenia.
w will onr very use Psrtua KugS and
'f nrklih Carssta. our this fall's importation.
at 40 par cent 1pm (ban their actoal Talus.
It will he to yonr Interest a great deal to at
our cclleotion and examine our prices if you
need a nice Rug at a bargain.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
K ELL AR
THE ONLY MAGICIAN.
Mr. Kolbr will present in this city the identi
cal prouraiume given at ualy I neater.
New York City, during his ruu there.
Seven Full Stage Illusions
The Famous Feats of Hindoo Fakirs Re
pro laced. The Most Wonderful Entertain
ment Ever Presented.
PDICFftflallrv. (! R.lrnn. mf anil
Orchestra Circle, goc; Orchestra. 7jc; Par
lor Chairs, li.oo.
Wagner Rela, Lessees and Managers.
John L. Kerr, Acting Manager.
FRIDAY, OCT. 10,
Hopkins' Trans oceanic
Star Specialty Company
H.aded by the World's Marvel. KINEMATO
QRAPHE, Bei.Dttao Wonder of tba World.
The Onlv 8nortiful nucliiue in America Mutt
Introduces VIEWS OP HUMAN ACTION.
PRICBS-Oallery, igci Balcony, 35c, goc;
Down Stairs, goc. and 75c
Wagner A Rels, Managers,
jonn L. Kerr, Acting manager.
SITURDir. OCT. 17. , k .
Matinee 1.13. Night 8.IB.
SOpooplp, 2 btaee bands: grand oroheetra,
Picktntnny drum ocrpe, 9 quartette mando
lin arxtette, Afro-American Bttisa tell Ring
er. SO greet jnliilee nhouters end dancers.
The Original New York Cast. A UrandCaka
Walk, intruduoing 0) CKlebrntod prise win
tiers. Wonderful Hemic Effects. Hrand Noon,
day Parade. PRICES OF ADMISKION
Matiuee, Children, 10 ornts; adults, 2C cents.
Evenlnv, lie., Hoc. and 55c.
DAVIS1 "f HEATER
Tbarsday, Friday and Saturday, October
15, 16 and 17.
The Sweot Singer and Representative
MISS BELLA HART,
In the Great 3cnlc Production
Tne Greatest Irlib Play on tho Road.
Admission 10, 20 or 30 Cents.
Two performances dally. Doors open at
1.80 and 7. Curtain rises at 2.30 and S.U.
And You Will bs Happy,
The way to keep your home comforta
ble at this season of the year
is to buy one of our
Gas or Oil Heaters
Just the thing for your dining
room in the morning, or your bath
room, and in fact any place you
want a little heat without start
ing your furnace or boiler.
We have over 20 styles sizes of
gas heaters, und 10 or more of Oil
Heaters. Without question the
best assortment in the city.
FOOTE & SHEAR CO.,
119 WISHIN6T01 IVEI'JI
CALL UP 3682i
OFPICe AND WAREHOL'SB.
I4 TO igi MERIDIAN STREET.
H W. COLLINS, Manager.
HEART LAKE, SUSQ'A CO.,
U. L CROFUT, PROPRIETOR
THIS HOUSE Is strictly temperance,
new and well furnished and OPUNED To
TUB PUBLIC THU YEAR ROUND, la
located midway between Binghamton anj
Scranton, on the Montrose and Lacka
wanna Railroad, six miles from D., L. At
W. R. R. at Alford Station, and five miles
from Montrose; capacity eighty-five,
three minutes' walk from railroad station.
House situated 100 feet from the lake,
wide veranda extends the entira lengtk
of the house, which Is 100 feet.
Row Boats, Fishing Tackle, Etc.
Free to (Juests.
Altitude about J.000 feet, equalling In this
respect the Adirondack and Catsklll
Fine groves, plenty of shade end beantl.
ful scenery, making a Summer Resort un.
excelled In beauty and cheapness.
Dancing pavilion, swings, eroquet
prounds. etc. COLO SPRING WATBR
AND PLENTT OF MILK.
Rates $7 te f to Per Week. Si.go Per Day.
Excursion tickets sold at all station oa
Dm U W. Unas.
Porter meet ail train.