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THE SCRANTON TmBUNJfl TirOKSDAT MORNTNtt, JANUARY 7. 1SJ)7.
Given n Compllmenlnry Party Last
Evening at Ills Home on Locust
Street, Uellevue, by Friends.
The complimentary party tendered
to Professor Lewis Davis last evening
at his home on Locust street, lielle
vue, liy nietnliuis of the Jaokson Street
Huptlst church, was a viiry delightful
affair. It wuh kIvoh as n testimonial
of the kindly feeling In which tile young
musician is Hew ly me. cmin-u mm
. I'Dliot'ltilly us a tlianks ofterlnK for his
earnest work In the i count production
of the cantata "Joseph," which was
given .under his direction. Professor
Davis Is lender of the church choir
alld mnoil',' those present were nearly
every memlicr of that organization.
The festivities began after nine o'clock
when the prayer service at the church
had been concluded.
During tho evening the pretty home
rang with music. The choir snug some
of tho chorus songs of the cantata and
a number of quartettes and duetts were
given. Miss Annie Williams sang a
solo. Miss Williams is a recent nddl-
tlon to the soloists of the choir nnd
her success is marked. Perhaps, the
finest thing of the evening's entertain
ment wus a solo by Miss Margaret
Jones. Miss Jones Is not as well
known as a singer as she should be.
, Her voice a sweet mezzo soprano-
Is dellclously sympathetic. H. It. Grif
fiths wu'3 the very life of the assem
blage. He was chairman, soloist nnd
'general amusement maker. As it line
' lltmle of the evening Professor Davis
was presented with a goldy pin, the gift
of the choir. Hev. Thomas DeGruchy.
pastor of the church, made n.felleltinus
speech in presenting tho token. Klch
nrd N'lcholls also made appropriate re
marks. Refreshments weie served.
Those piescnt were: Kev. Thomns
He Gruchy and wire. Misses Laura and
Flossie DeGruchy. Mr. and Mrs. John
J. James, Mr. and Mrs. Kdwln Rowen
nnd daughter Olivia, Mr. and Mrs. H.
D. Collins, daughter Corlnne, and son
Howard Collins; Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Mover, Hlclmrd Nlcholls, 1-1. It. Grif
fiths, Misses Uessle Vng?talf, Martha
Jlltchlns, Lizzie Lake. Winifred Har
ris, Helen Harris, Martha P. Nlcholls,
Margaret Jones, Annie Williams. .Kdlth
"Davles, Mae Samuels, Sarah Davis.
Anna Lewis, and James 13. Grlmths,
Uddl DaUs. David Davis, George
Nleholls, Richard Lewis, Roy Wil
liams, Robert K. Owen, Edward Wat
kins, .Reese Lewis, Thomas Mathias.
and William H. Davis. Mr. Rowen
favored with one of his line tenor
NUBS OF POLITICAL NEWS.
Republican primaries will bo held
next Saturday In the Fifteenth ward,
when nominations will be made for
common council and ward otllces. Jo
seph E. Oliver, who at the present time
represents the ward In the lower
branch, Is unopposed for re-election.
A Republican caucus will be held Sat
urday In the Second district of the
Fourth ward. The other district of tne
ward will hold their caucus later.
There is no ward olllce to be tilled at
Harry R. Edwards, of Price street,
1ms announced himself for register of
voters in tho Third district of the
There promises to be a good hot fight
among "the enemy" down In the Eigh
teenth ward for the olllce of alderman
of the ward. The avowed candidates
nre John P. Kelley, of Scranton street;
James W, Clarke, nt present constable
of the ward; Martin Hoar, now alder
man, and James M. Rrogan, of Broad
way, and Robert Mnyberry, of Rail
Patrick Casey, of Cameron avenue, Is
nfter the Democratic nomination to
common council from the Twenty-llrst
The fact thnt Joseph E. Oliver Is un
opposed for a return to common coun
cil Is very gratifying nnd is rightfully
complimentary to Mr. .Oliver. He has
Ieen a good and faithful servant.
CHURCH OFFICERS ELECTED.
The following olllcers have been
elected by the Scranton Street Baptist
church: Clerk. George A. Watklns, re
elected; financial secretary, Frank Bel
din, re-elected; treasurer, George As
burg, re-elected; chorister. Thomos G.
Evans; organist, Mrs. B. (,. Beddoe, re
elected; assistant organist, David T.
Evans, re-elected; prayer service or
ganist, Miss Clara Floyd and Dr. T. M.
Sendetilng; chairman of finance board,
William D. Morris; chairman of mem
bership board, Mrs. B. G. Beddoe, re
elected; chairman of mission board,
Mrs. A. M. Dershlmer; trustee for three
years, Hiram Stark, re-elected.
day evening by Rev. Mr. Grlmths, for
merly pnstor of tho Sumner Avenue
Presbyterian t'liiirch. Miss Reed was
attended by .Miss Maggie Reese, and
Mr. Jakes by Thomas Moses. Those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Reed, Mr. and. Mrs. William II. Reese,
Mr. and Mrs.- William Madden, Mr.
und Mrs. Charles Stevens, Mr. nnd
Mrs, William N. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Glenson, Mr. and Mrs. T. C.
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith,
Mr. and .Mrs. A. F. Becker, Misses
Carrie Reese, MagglO' Reese, Annie
Barrett, of Conldalo; Messrs. Charles
Reed, Jr., Thomas Moser, nnd the Col
umbia (iimitettc, Master Earl Sink.,
and Master Albert Becker, ft.
Mrs. Isaac Williams, of North Sum
ner avenue,' will attend til" fiftieth
birthday celebrntloh of Mis. James
Orr, nt Plttston, this evening.
Miss Jesalo Owen, of Washington
avenue, Is' Indisposed.
Charles Phillips, of Pi Ice street, Is
suffering from nn nbseess, at his home.
The Frunklln Flro company will hold
Its forty-llrst annual ball at M ears'
hall on Thursday evening, Jan. It.
A number of friends of Miss Anna B.
Williams gathered at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Williams,
at 144 South Hyde Pork avenue Tues
day evening and tendered her n pleas
ant surprise party.
Choice cut (lowers and flower de
signs at Palmer & McDonalds, f44
St. Brendan council will entertain the
visiting debaters at their rooms this
evening. The memorable Hag episode on Jack
son street last election morning, 'hen
two young men were arrested for ma
licious mischief, was heard before the
grand jury yesterday afternoon.
After over two months ot constant
chase Owen Moran was landed In the
police station Inst night, and the man
who did the deed Is Conrad Marker,
policeman. The arrest was made on
Hampton street. Moran, on Oct. 15,
was charged before Alderman Hore, of
the Eighteenth ward, with having em
bezzled money from M. Ackln, n South
Side furniture dealer.
We lnundry stiff collars with soft
button holes. Crystal Laundry.
Next Monday evening Rev. Thomas
De Oruchy, the new pastor of the Jack
sou Street Baptist church, will be form
ally admitted Into the brotherhood of
the local ministry. The services will
be held at the church. On the Tuesday
evening following, a roll call of mem
bers will be conducted at the church.
This will be followed by social festivi
ties. Dr. E. Y. Harrison, Dentist, Menrs
Hall. 113 S. Main avenue.
Andrew, son of Clark Nutchell, of
Washburn street, is ill.
A young son of Butcher William
Trostel, of Jackson street, fell batur
day and fractured his collar bone. Dr.
Reynolds is attending him.
The latest nnd best styles. Roberts,
120 North Maine.
l)r. C. W. Colbom, Dentist.
Rooms 14 J North Main avenue.
West Side Business Directory.
HARRIET J. DAVIS, FLORIST. Cut
flowers and funeral deslRns a specialty;
1M South Main avenue; two doore from
MORGAN'S PHARMACT-101 NORTH
avenuo Warranted pure drugs and
chemicals. Prescriptions carefully pro
pared. Fine stationery and blank books.
A large stock suitatile for Christinas
presents. Teachers' Bibles cheaper than
ever. Call and examine them. Wood
stains, paints, window class, etc. Clerk
at store all hours of night.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE. Cash for
anything you have to sell. Furniture.
Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see tho
stock of J. C. King, 701 to 709 West Lack
TROUBLE ABOUT A PAVEAIENT.
Thomas Flood, a respected resident of
the North End, died at Ills home, on Mo
hawk avenue, last Monday evening after
nn Illness ot several months. A wife nnd
live children survive him, also a brother
and sister, Frank Flood, of Tliroop, and
Mrs. Jumes Rowley, of Wyoming ave
nue, areen Ridge, The funeral will tiilto
plnce this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Ser
vices will be held at Holy Rosary church,
nfter which Interment will bo made In
Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
Ellen Powell, tho 10-year-old daughter
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Howell Powell, of Spring
street, died at 8 o'clock yesterday morn
ing. About a week ago the cleceriseu
slipped and fell, .striking on the back of
her head. Tuesday evening she w.is
taken suddenly III and became deliri
ous. She remained In an unuousclous con
dition until her death. The deceased was
a bright child and guve promise ot a bright
future. The funeral announcements will
be made later.
The basket ball game between the North
End and Nuntlcoke tennis will be pliijed
tonight In Company II armory. The N.m
tlcoke team won the state championship
In 1893. In addition to the basket ball
game Master Leltoy Davenport, formerly
of Willlamsport, but now of Oreen Ridge,
will give un exhibition In trick bicycle rid
ing. Admission will be IT, cents. Ladles
free. Dancing after the game.
Mrs, Williams, of Wayne avenue, still
continues to be seiiouBly 111.
The Knights of Pythias ot this place
will meet In their rooms, on West Market
street, Friday evening. Mr. Young, who
has passed through all the chairs will be
presented with a past chancellor's badge.
Thomas Flood, late of Mohawk street,
will be burled this afternoon In Hyde I'.irK
Miss Susie Barrett, of Brick avenue, is
Aaiou HerbertC or North Main avenue,
place from his late home, on Walnut
street, this morning nt 10 o'clock,
Tho Ln"knvnnna township conferrees
will meet this afternoon nt Coyne's hotel
to divide up the olllces among the differ
ent districts. The main bone of conten
tion among the hungry Is the tax collec
torslilp, and tho representative of each
district will make a strong bid for It. In
tho Southwest district Michael Gibbons
and Mr. I'. J. Qulnn nre sharpening their
swords; In the South district John J.
Coyne Is mentioned as a possibility, From
present Indications tho meeting will be a
The St. Joseph's fair closed Inst evening
for nn lndelinito period.
Arrangements nro completed for the '07
banquet of the O'Connell council, Voting
Men's ( Institute, which takes place on
Monday evening, Jan. I!3, at the Father
Matthow hall. M. J. ICelly will do the en.
teiing. Music will be furnished by a full
VERDICT SET ASIDE.
The Opinion of Judge McClure In tlic
Case of Jones Against the Dela
ware niul Hudson Company.
COMOft SENSE CUKE
PYRAMID PILE CURE CURES
PILES PERMANENTLY BY,
CURING THE CAUSE.
Edwin Fuller and family, of Dickson
avenue, have been visiting in Now Vork
Jack Taylor will go Friday to Massa
chusetts to attend the Bricklayers' Inter
national union convention.
The regular weekly meeting of the Wo
men's Christian Temperance union will be
held In their rooms, on Penn avenue, this
afternoon at 2.30. A cordial Invitation is
extended to all Interested In the work.
A new dunclng class wus organized In
Biown's hall, corner East Market street
and Sanderson avenue, last evening.
The Electric City union, Equitable Aid
union, No. 723, held their election of of
llecrs last evening, when the following
were chosen: President, -Mrs. E. W.
Pierce; vice-president, O. L. Colvlu; sec
retary, Mrs. Martha Conover; treasurer,
F. II. Dunn; accountant, E. It. Fulton;
watchman, C. W. Miller; sentinel, W. H.
Harvey; advocate, Mrs. E. H. Kear; chap
lain, Mrs. F. H. Dunn; auxiliary, Miss
Cora Harvey; warden, Mrs. Ann Von
Storch; trustee, Mrs. Emma Huntsman;
representative, E. It. Faulkner; alternate,
Mrs. Elizabeth Kear, There will be in
stallation of olllcers next Tuesday even
ing. John nrlllln, of Boulevard avenue, Is
Miss Stella Wedeman, of East Market
street, has returned from Easton, I'a.,
where she suent the holidays.
SOUTH SI DE NEWS.
UNION PR AVER SERVICES.
Rev, S. F. Matthews, pastor of the
Scranton Street ' Baptist church,
preaohed last evening at the union
prayer service .held In .the Washburn
'Street Presbyterian church, Mr.
Mu.thews' theme was "Nations and
their rulers.". The sub-dlvlslons were
the same as those-used Tuesday night
by Rev. J. B. Sweet, ."prayer" and
City Kuginecr ill Not Approve Sumo
West Side Contract Work.
There Is to be trouble in connection
with the new puvement of Ninth, Rob
inson and Jackson streets and the
payment for the work. According to
tho advice of City Engineer Phillips,
the joint auditing committee of coun
cils lias not approved the contractors'
After the surface of the roadway had
been prepared to receive the top layer
of stone or brick, mains were laid by
tho Scranton ' Gas and Water com
pany. The dirt and gravel placed In
the trenches settled after the pavement
was laid, and the pavement settled
along with the trench line.
The city will look to the contractors
before It agrees not to wlthold $200 of
the amount due. That sum and the
contractors' bond of $3,000 to keep the
pavement in repair for five years will
nroteet the city from loss. The con
tractors may have rPdress from the
(las and ater company.
THE HEARTOF CHICAGO.
The feast of "Little Christmas" was
celebrated Tuesday evening ut the Greek
Catholic church, on Crown avenue.
At the No. fi night school, Professor Rd
ward MeCoui't has been placed In charge.
The Patriotic Order of True Americans
Installed olllcers In Slorr's hall last night.
Miss MoAndrew, of Irving avenue, has
recovered trom her recent severe Illness
and returned to work at the telephone
The Century Hose company will hold a
special meeting tomorrow night.
Miss Margaret Duffy, of Irving avenue,
and Thomas McLean, of Jermyn, were
married at St. Peter's cathedral Tuesday
afternoon. Miss Nellie Hoban was biides
muld and Patrick Hanlon best man.
The funeral of Andrew Roth took place
at his late home yesterday nfternoon.
The thirteenth anniversary jf tho
Scranton Athletic club will be celebrated
by tha members on Jan. 21.
A girl has been born at the home of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Joseph MeNally, on Orchard
Miss Kate Hogan, of New York city,
who has been visiting Miss Carpenter, of
Cedar avenue, has returned home.
District Deputy D. E. Neld Installed tho
olllcers of Electric City council, Roytl Ar
canum, Tuesday evening in Freuhan's
hall. The olllcers are: Regent, Amnios?
Hertz; vice-regent, J. H. llrooks; treas
urer, II. J. Spruks; collector, Oscar Gram,
bo; secretary, Until Bonn; orator, P. F,
Hughes; chaplain, A. G. Hewitt; sf-ntry,
IVitilck Rest; warden, A, Woyshner. After
the Installation of olllcers there was a
banquet at Rosen's hotel.
Choice cut flowers nnd flower de
signs at Palmer & McDonalds, 544
We laundry stiff collars with soft
button holes. Crystal Laundry.
As anticipated the verdict In tho
case of Jones against the Delaware
nnd Hudson company has been set
aside. Yesterday the following deci
sion nnd nccompanylng opinion were
received by Prothonotary Pryor from
Judge McClure, of the Unlon-Snyder-Mllllln
district, who specially presided
at the trial ot the case;
This case grew out of the same acci
dent und the testimony upon which tho
verdict was rendered was of like character
and to the same effect ns that In Hughes
against this defendant No. 7U3, September
term, 1891. On appeal Hie Supreme court
has snld In that case that the contributory
negligence of the deceased was so un
questionable that the court should have
pronounced upon It as a matter of law
and directed judgment to be entered for
the defendant on the point reserved. It
follows that a like judgment must be hore
'And now to wit Jan. !i, 1SS7, Judgment
Is entered for the defendant on the point
reserved noti obstante veredicto."
H. M. McClure, P. J., Seventeenth dis
trict, specially presiding.
In the summer of ISO,", the plaintiff
David G. Jones and Wllllnm J. Hughes
were run down by n Delaware and
Hudson passenger train at the Carbon
street crossing. Hughes was killed
and Jones badly Injured. A verdict of
$U,490,fiO was returned in favor of Mrs.
Hughes but on the appeal to the su
preme court the verdict was set aside
on the ground of contributory negli
gence. On Feb 3 last, a. verdict of
$11,750 was awarded in the Jones case
upon the condition set forth In the fol
lowing: Whether upon the whole evidence David
G. Jones wus guilty of contributory negli
gence, and the plaintiff Is not upon that
ground entitled to recover, with leave to
the court If It shall be determined that
upon this ground the Jury were not Justl
llcd In llndlug In favor of the plaintiff to
enter Judgment in fu'vur of the defendant,
The decision of the supreme court
In tho Hughes case left no other course
open to Judge McClure In the Jones
ense than that which he pursued.
Judge Edwards handed down an
opinion yesterday declaring Irregular
and Illegal the proceedings o the city
of Scranton against William Conroy
and directing a verdict for the defend
ant. The case came before him In the
shape of an appeal from the judg
ment of Alderman John Ruddy, of the
Twentieth ward. Conroy was fined $5
for driving on the sidewalk In front
of Mrs. Fan-ell's property. It was
shown liy the defense that there was
no sidewalk at the pluce Indicated and
that Irregularities existed in the meth
od of procedure before tho alderman.
In another opinion Judge Edwards
refused a new trial for Edith Walker
who sued tho city of Scranton for $25,
000 damages for Injuries alleged to
have been received by falling over nn
obstruction on the sidewalk at the
northeast corner of Lackawanna ave
nuo and Ninth street on Christmas eve,
A new trial was granted by Judge
Edwards in the case of Edwards &
Uarthold against Martha Prltchard.
This will mnke the third time that the
case has been tried the defendant win
ning both verdicts.
FOR A SOLDIERS' MONUMENT.
Remarkable Remedy Which In Bringing Com
fort to Thousands ol Sufferer.
Probably half the people who seo this
article suffer from piles. It Is one of
tho commonest diseases and one of the
most obstinate. People have It for
years and Just because It Is not Imme
diately fatal neclect It. Carelessness
causes no end ot suffering. Curoless
ness about so simple a thing ns piles
has often caused death. Hemorrhages
occur from no nppnront cause und loss
ot blood onuses death. Hemorrhages
occur during surglcul treatment, often
Piles arc simple In tho beginning and
easily cured. They can be cured even
'in tho worst stages, without pain or
loss of blood, (illicitly, surely and com
pletely. There Is only one remedy that
will do It Pyramid Pile Cure.
It allays the Inflammation Imme
diately, heals the Irritated surface and
with continued treatment reduces the
swelling nnd puts the membranes Into
good, sopnd healthy condition. The
cure Is thorough and permanent.
Here are some voluntary and unsolic
ited testimonials Wo have lately re
ceived Mrs. M. C. Hlnkly, C01 Mississippi
street, Indianapolis, Ind., says: Have
been a sufferer from the pain nnd an
noyance of Piles for llftccn years, tho
Pyramid Pile Cure nnd Pyramid Pills
gave me Immediate relief and In a short
time a complete cure.
Major Dean, of Columbus, Ohio, says:
I wish to add to tho number of certlilc
ntesns to the benefits derived from tho
Pyramid Pile Cure. I suffered from
piles for twenty years and two boxes
of the Pyramid Pile Cure has effectual
ly cured me.
iMost druggists sell Pyramid Pile
Cure or will get It for you if you ask
them to. It Is ono dollar per package
and Is put up only by the Pyramid
Drug Co., Albion, Mich.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
Wednesday and Thursday) Jim &;
Lincoln J. Carter's Newest Bpoe
tucular 1 reduction,
THE HESRT OF CHICAGO
A .Monster Hnle Surprise. Road tho
Inscription ot tho Marvelous Ap
proaching Train Bcouo,
QCC The Masonic Temple Roof Harden.
OLL Tlie Typical CIiIciikh Street Scene.
The Panoramic Vlew-ot the South Side,
The DurnlnKOf Chicago.
I'KICtiS-duller-, 15CI llulconv. 25c, ,nc.
Orchestra Circle, 50c; Orchestra nnd Parlor
Wagner' & Rcls, Managers,
John L. Kerr, Acting Manager.
Thursday, Jan. 7. One Night Only.
The Siicccsslul iMclo.Drumn,
Original Production with Its Wealth ot
Llcctrlcal Effect., under the Management ol
PRICnS-osc goc, 75c nnd $1. Sale cf stats
opens Wcdncsduy, Jan. 5, atg a. m.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
Prlday nnd Saturday, Jan, H-o.
Thomas II. Davis and Win, T. ICcogVa Stu
pendous Scenic and Dramatic Triumph,
M THE MISSISSIPPI,
A Realistic, Romantic and Panoramic Picture
of the Sunny South, never belore surpass-
cd on the mimic stage True to life. A
lilgniul llewlldering Production.
PIMCnS.-Oallcry 15c, llalcuny 25c and 35c,
Orchestra Circle 50c, Orchestra and Parlor
. Wiignoi'.VHcls. Mnnngors.
John L. Kerr, Acting Manager,
Friday nnd Snfiirdny Jan. 8.9.
Nothing Old Hut the Name. Uverybady's
Pnvorlte l-'unnv Show,
PECK'S BAD BOY
12th Annual Tour. After Supper Oo and
See It. This Year II etter Than Uver. New
Specialties, Punny Comedians, Uruceful Dan.
1 cers, Pretty Olrls. An extraordinary Singing
company success- irccus iniuaior, litis
Is the Original Version.
nATINUli PRICES! 10, ao, and 30c.
UViiNINO: 10, 20, 30 und 50c.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
Monday and Tuesday, Jan, 11-12
lly Prank Dumnnt. Management
Al. 0. Plclds.
A New and Novel Style of Stage Show. An
Exposition of Negro Life, Plftccn (lenulne
Southern Negroes. Mobile Uuck anil Whig
Dancers. Creole Bc-uullcs. Henderson Smith's
llrcnt Southern Hand. Sec the Ulg Parade at
BALCONY 25c. AND 35c
ENTIRE FIRST FLOOR 50c
SUPP1CU WILL PR SEItVED.
Tho ladles of the Scranton Stre'et
Baptist church will serve a supper this
evening at the church between the
hours of C and 8 o'clock. The price, of
the meul Is but 1G cents, but, the
meal Is very much larger than the
price-. The ladles of the church lire
famed locally for their generous
SMALL 'KUNAW AY. '
Constable Timothy Jones stopped a
runaway horse yesterday morning that
rnlHht have done dnmage If allowed to
continue In Its lllght. The horse was
on of Hutcher Trostel's and the start
was made on Hoblnson street. Con
stable Jones made the stop tit the
Main avenue corner.
Stirring Drnmn Seen ut tho Academy
of .Music Liiitt Night.
A melodrama that is melodramntle
in tho true sense of the word was pro
duced at. the Academy of Music last
night'. It is "The Heart ot Chicago"
written by Lincoln Carter, the author
of several stage successes.
The drama Is supplied with an excit
ing plot und is garnished with an,
amount or effective scenery and stage
effects. The famous Chicago (Ire Is
icproduced and there Is the most real
istic railroad scene ever put on tho
stage. A speck of light Is first seen in
the distance, gradually growing larger
until a headlight can be seen, accom
panied by the pulling of a locomotive
and finally the panting locomotive
comes down the stage and stops at the
A good company Is seen In the cast
of the drama which will be repeated
tonight at the Academy.
NKWS IN NOTES.
Tills evening the members of Lady
Mundell lodge, No. 41, Ameilcun Prot
estant Ladles' association, will hold
a social nt tui homo of Mrs, Jones,
81S Noi-tli Garfield avenue.
, Olllcers ot Camp 178, Patriotic Order
Sons of America, will Install ofllcers
this evening when a testimonial enter
tuluiuent .will be held afterward In
honor ot D, P,, Moser.
Petern & York will In a few days
move their stationery business from
the present stand to a store room In
the lyorlte building, further down the
The West Sldo Republican league
will meet and elect olllcers tomorrow
The marriage of 3llss Anna Heed
and James Jakes was solemnized Tuea-
There will be n caucus of the Itepubll
can voters of the Ninth ward at the of
fice of Alderman O. H. Wright, Price
building, on Saturduy, Jan. 9, from 7 to
J p. in., for the purpose ot placing In nom
ination one person to serve as common
councilman and for the vurious ward of
llces In tho several districts. IJy order ot
the vigilant committee.
The Democrats of the Thirteenth ward
will hold a caucus In Alderman Uulley's
otlico Friday night to nomlnnte a candi
date for common council. District election
olllcers will also bo named.
This afternoon tho Democratic confer
rees of Lackawanna township will hold
a meeting In tho hotel of John J. Coyne,
on Main avenue.
At a conference of Nineteenth ward
Democrats Monday night Richard Sherl.
dun was agreed upon as u candidate for
common counc'l. The caucus will be hold
at a luiter date,
"I nave always been troubled with
headache, dizziness und a tired feeling.
After taking a few bottles of Hood's
Sarsaparllla I am able to go about my
work as well ns I did In my younger
days." Luclnda I2rdly, Kantz, Pa.
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills.
ClOCks, Cut CltlKh,
brlc-a-brac of all Kinds at Davjdow
.Bros.' auction sale, 4 . "
The Ladles' Aid society of the Dudley
Stieet H.iptlst church are requested to
meet at the home of Mrs. Curtis Wild, nt
Fourth street, this afternoon ut 2.30
o'olock. The annual election of olllcers
will be held,
iMIss Lizzie Harvey, who has been the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Weber, of
Drinker street, for the past few days, has
returned to her home, In Knglewood, X. J,
Mr. und Mrs, It. T. Covert und daugh
ter, Coru, of Kingston, Pa., have returned
home after spending a few days with Mr.
and Mrs. David Hess, of Clay avenue.
Kugeno Kdwnrd Is confined to his home,
on Mill street, with Illness.
The many ft lends of Curtis Wild, of
Fourth street, will be pleased to hear of
his recovery from his Into Illness.
I'pon her return from Plttston, Miss
Snruh Hughes, of Blakely street, was
greatly surprised to find a house full of
her friends who had gathered to wish her
many huppy returns of the day, It being
her nineteenth birthday. Those present
were: Mr. and Mrs. Alton Swartz, Mr.
and Mrs. Klmer Jackson, Minnie Sax ton,
Grace und Elsie Powell, Dalua Capwell,
Kate Harvey, May Huglies, Eva ond Clara
Hess, Maine Kellur, Klla and Annie Jirau
nlng, Hesslo Shepherd, Gertie Hughes,
Lawrenco Urlnk, Theodore SSIegler, Alex
ander MncKuy. Klchard Angwln, lienju
mln Jeffrey, William and Duncan Hall,
William Youngs, Thomas Hughes, Alex
ander Thompson, George Palmer, Ilruce
Millard and K. Deemor, of Honesdnle.
The funeral of Mary Louise, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swartz, of Seliumti
eher avenue, took place yesterday after
noon. Interment wus made In the Dun
The Young People's Christian Endeavor
society of tho Dudley Street Baptist church
will hold a social at the home of Miss
Marlon Moffat, ot Elm street, Friday ev
ening, Jan. 8. Everybody Is cordially In
vited to be present.
Tho Scranton Stovo works will resume
work today after two weeks of idleness.
Jumes Flannelly and William Kane
havo opened a blacksmith und horss-thoe-Ing
shop on Spring street.
13, Deemer, of Ilonesdale, Is the guest
of .Mr. and Mrs. A. Hughes, of lilakely
A now schedule has gone Into effect on
the Erie nnd Wyoming Vnlloy railroad.
Tho train which formerly arrived hero at
3.12 p, m, has been taken off. Trains leave
for Hawley at 7.11 a. m. and 3.31 p. in.
Trains will arrive from Ilnwley nt 10.27
a. m. and 9.31 p, m,
Charles Smith Is 111 ot typhoid fever at
Ida home, on Drinker street.
Mr. and Mrs. John Yeager, of Townnda,
Pa huvu returned liome after a short visit
with Mr. and Mrs, O, W. Potter, ot
The house of M, J. h.'rke, of llrook
street, Is undergoing extensive repalis.
The funeral of John Gllduft will take
Petition Hcfcncd to the (Jrnud Jury
by Judge (Juni-tor.
A petition was referred to the grand
jury yesterday by Judge Gunster
which requests tho county commis
sioners to erect a soldiers monument In
court house square. A law passed by
the last session of the legislature pro
vides: "That upon the petition of nt least
fifty of the citizens to the court of
quarter sessions of any county In this
commonwealth for the erection or com
pletion of a monument in memory of
the soldiers and sailors of the late
war it shall lie the duty of said court to
lay said petition before the grand jury,
and If approved by two successive
grand juries and said court, the county
commissioners shall be authorized to
erect, or complete any monument now
partly erected, but not completed, nnd
mnlntaln nt the county seat a suitable
monument In memory of the soldiers
nnd sailors of the late war of the rebel
lion from said county."
DEATH OF AIRS. M'DADE.
l'nsscd Awny nt tho Homo of
Mother on Gibson Street.
The death of Sarah, wife ot Dennis
McDnde, occurred Tuesday afternoon
at 5 o'clock after an Illness ot several
weeks. She died at the home of her
mother, Mrs. D. C. O'Donnell, of 013
Gibson street. Deceased was 23 years
of ge nnd was well known In this
She was born In Chinchilla and re
ceived her education In that place.
Later she becamen teacher in the pub
lic schools, from which position she re
signed ubout three years ago. She Is
survived by her husband and one child.
The funeral will be held Friday morn
ing from St. Peter's cathedral, and n
high mass of requiem will be celebrat
ed. Interment will be In the Hyde
Park Cuthollc cemetery.
WIDOW OF JOHN R. FORDIIAM.
"Shaft No. 2" will be presented at tho
Frothlnghain this evening for a single per
formance. It Is a domestic story, Iree
from rant and rubbish, with characters
that are natural und or the people. Hut it
Is not In tho story that the great novelty
nnd strenght of this play N said to loy. Its
success has been In the conception of num
erous pretty surprises, not only lit, the
tory, but In tho scenic surroundings the
music and the mechanical ell'eets. One
feature of "Shaft No. 2" upon which the
management rely for Its popular success
Is Its marvelous electrical effects.
Some Idea of the wonderful diversity and
color of "On the .Mississippi," which will
be seen at tho Academy of Music Friday
and Saturday, may be had when It Is an
nounced that tho action Includes the In
troduction of the once famous and dreaded
Kit Klux Klan, of a Mnrdl Gras carnival
In New Orleans, a floating theater on the
Mississippi, a gilded gambling hell in the
Crescent City, and a large number of mu
sical darkeys and other entertaining
types of southern character. The story
bristles with sensational and dlversllled
events. Liveliness and color nro two of
Its distinguishing characteristics. There
Is a rapid sequence ot incidents amid
strikingly picturesque surroundings. A
company of fifty people are engaged In
tho production. Including a pickaninny
band, Tennessee Jubilee singers and re.il
Tomorrow night brings that popular
pleco of hilarity to the Frothlnghain for 11
two-night and Saturduy matinee engage
ment at popular prices. Tho piny Is one
that never loses Its capability of amusing
tho public. It has a remarkably good
theme for Its foundation, one that admits
of no end of possibilities, and new and
original features are continually being ad
ded. It has a brand new set of Ideas in
the way of music and dancing, and all the
characters are well drawn,
The next attraction at Davis' theater
will be A. Q. Sainmou's company in "SI le
Tracked." The American tramp, the
knight of tho highway and box c,nr, has
his Inning ut this house the lust three days
ot tli week. ''' 'dm has been accorded
a reguiiir ovation. He appears In a 1 oil
which appeals to tho hearts of every audi
ence, and makes eaeli spectator not only
laugh as each familiar nspect of tramp
nature Is displayed, but' arouses generous
applause when the heart of oak Is seen
beating under tho ragged jacket of the
The attraction nt the Academy of Music
Monday and Tuesdny, Jan. 11 und 12, will
be "Darkest America," a new stage nro.
ductlon, tho aim of which Is to depict
negro llfo In slavery and freedom. The
actors nro all genuine negroes and surely
ought to play the characters to perfection
as they llvo their life over In the scenes on
the stage. Singing and dancing form a
greater part of the entertainment. Sev
eral novelties will be Introduced, among
the most piomlnent of which Is a colony
of camp meeting shouters, several hoodoo
charm workers, forty or more buck ana
wing dancers, a bevy of Creoles, Hender
son Smith's brass band, Frank Hallstock's
orchestra and the Inimitable piccaninnies.
Don't fall to seo the big street parade at
Diiiunoic Council, Xo. 102U, Jr. U. (J.
At a regular meeting of Dunmoro coun
cil, Xo. 1022, Junior Order United Ameri
can Moehunles, tho following resolutions
Whereas, It has pleased Almighty God
to remove from our midst by denth our
csieemed brother, Alfred F. Harper; be It
Resolved, That In his death we recognize
a manifestation of Divine Providence and
thnt we do bow in humble submission to
the will or Him who docth all things well.
Itcsolved, That our tenderest sympathy
bo extended In this, the hour of bereave
meit, to the family of our departed
ltesolved, That as a token of love and es.
teem for our departed brother our charter
bo draped In mourning for a period of
thirty days and that a copy of these reso
lutions be spread upon our minutes, nnd
that they be published In the dally papers
and a copy bo presented to tho family.
1). K. llronson,
E. E. Wntrous,
S. S. Stone.
Grent Auction Sulo
of fine clocks, china cups and saucers,
bric-a-brac, today nt Davidow Bros.',
217 Lackawanna avenue.
Of ull kinds, manufactured at skoEf
uotict at The Trilmiie Olllce.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
Jan. 7, 8, and 9.
A, Q, Scammon's Company
In tho Ulg Itcnllstlc Comedy Production,
Illustrating tho runny Sldo of Llfo
on the Itidl,
Scene liver Presented
The UlKice.it Locomotive,
The Urcatc.it Comedy Effects,
And n Company of Bpoclnllsts, wtio will pro
tont sparkling music, bright specialties and
ralrth-pruvoklngnltuHtions, all of which cre
nto fun, fast und furious, from start to fluluu.
Admission 10, 20 or 30 Cents.
Two performances daily. Doors open at
1.80 and 7. Curtain rises at 2.30 and 8.15.
Died nt Her Itesidcnce on Snnilor
miii Avenue, (Jiccn Ilidge.
At noon yesterday Mrs. Isabel A.
Fordham, widow of tho late John It.
Fordham, died ut her home, corner of
Snndeison avenue and Delaware street.
She was the sister of George L. Dick
son, ot this city, and also of the lato
Thomas Dickson, who -ns tho presi
dent of the Delaware nnd Hudson Cnn
Tho funeral will tako place Friday nt
10 o'clock, interment will bo made at
To rurn u Cold in Ono Uny.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money, it it
ftuls to cure, 25 cents. .
Tho King ot
rills la Beccham'a.-
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Wade and Sold in Six Months, ending Ilarch 1, 1896,
Total Product of
The A Mill Alone produced 1,000,000 Barrels,
Largest Run on Record.
Wnsliburn, Crosby's Superlative is sold everywhere from tha
Pacific ("oast to St. John's, New Foiiiulluiui, and in lingland, Ireland
and Scotland very liwo.cly, and is recognized uu the best flour in tho
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And a full line of iron and
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efiotiarv Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
OcnernJ Office: SCRANTON, PA.
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