T1TE SCBAXTOX TRIBUNE TUUBSDAY MORNING, APIUL 11, 1895.
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Some Events of the Day on the 'est
Side of the City Noted.
VlLLAKD BEEKS IS A GENIUS
Una Constructed Perfect Working Model
of a Coul Breaker-Death of Mrs,
.Patrick McNamara-Folr and r'estl
' val in Jackson Street Church.
f'A marvel of mechanical construction
Is a representation of an anthracite
mine and breaker which is now Deine
rtmde by Wlllard Beers, of MerrlHeld
avenue. Mr. Beers, who Is now about
18 years of age, began this piece of work
about a year and a half ago, and has
put in a few hours every evening on the
work since that time. Every bit of the
machinery has been turned out on his
own lathe. He had never received any
instructions as a machinist, but his
work has baffled many experienced
workmen who cannot even explain how
the contrivance is made. The breaker
occupies a space about Blx feet square,
and Is built on the plan of the Sarid
The mine is complete In every par
. tlcutar, with men, mules, cars and coal.
The cars go in the mine empty and
come out filled. A train passes every
seven minutes at a rapid rate of speed
and a man lowers the gates Just In time
for It to pass and raises them again
when It has gone. Jlr. Beers' father has
been a machinist for many years, but
has never Instructed his son. The work
Is not quite finished, but will probably
be placed on exhibition as soon as it is,
A Fair and Festival.
The Ladles' Aid snoletv of thp .Tack.
on Street Baptist church concluded
'their' fair find festival, whlrh liRirnn
Tuesday evening In the basement of the
cnurcn, last evening, xne rooms were
beautifully decorated. Nearly all the
iaies comriDuiea pottea plants and cut
flowers, and these were tastefully ar-
ranged throughout the room. On the
walls and Celling were festooned stream
ers of. green. Six-tables were nl.toeri In
the room and a cholae minnur . n.iii
served. The ladles' society realized a
large sum, which will go towards liqui
dating the church debt. The tables
were anenaea oy tne rollowlng ladies:
Table No. 1, Mrs. Pritclmrd and Mrs.
Thomas; table 2, Mrs. John A. Morgans
and Mrs. Thomas Roderick; table 3,
Mrs. David C. Williams and Mrs. John
Thomas; table 4. Mrs. Phiii Th.
and Mrs. William C. Davis; fancy
uoom, airs. John S. Harris and Mrs,
John Jones; ice cream, Mr. and Mrs,
Alfred Roberts and Mrs. John Harris
candy booth, Mrs. Williams and Mrs,
Airrea Godshall; kitchen, William
Prltchard, Mrs. Jeremiah, Mrs. David
inumas ana Mrs. William O. Jenkins
The officers of the society are- Presi
dent. Mrs. D. O.
Mrs. T. J. Price; secretary. Mrs. John
naiiia; Treasurer, airs. John A
DCIlh Of Mrs. McV.ma.. '
xAt yearly hour yesterday morning
.... . uinun. mcxNamara. of Price
u.eu hi ner nome very suddenly.
She had been 111 hnr a vc.,' ,,.
- ' J twiutb lllilC
Deceased was born In Ireland but has
resided In this countrv t,.v
She was about 44 years of age, and was
suiviveu oy a nusband and eleven chil
dren, Mrs. McNam
of estimable qualities, and her list of
..jr..ua was very large. Tha funeral
will take place this afternoon at 2.30
o'clock. Interment will be made In the
xiyae rant catholic cemetery.
Brief Notes of Interest. .. .
-Harry Wrlgley, of Twelfth street, Is
recovering rrom an illness. ;
J. B. Russell hns opened a' barber
u() on ooutn Main avenue. .
niuiur.ntai, wno conducted a dry
kuuus csiaDiishment on. South Mai
avenue, has removed in tonn
i . . . .. I. CIIUC,
Louis-Davis, of Bellevue, .will leave
pnuruy xor Toronto, Canada, where he
wnj, be examined for the degree of
musical bachelor, r
' A concert and mania
will.be held In i the. Washburn Street
-resoyterian church on the evening of
April 25. The admission fee Is 5 cents,
LEG CRUSHED LENGTHWISE.
... Weeks of. Suffering Relieved.
From the Altoona lPa. Ml
tip to July 2h last, Ell A. Booser. ' of
14 tseconu avenue, had charge of the wheel
foundry of the Pennsylvania railroad. On
that date he was the unfortunate victim
of an accident. He was run over bv a. car.
the flange of the wheel entered between
the toes crushing the left leg lengthwise
up to the knee, and rendering amputation
necessary to within eight Inches of the
hip. After nine long months at the Al
toona hospital, and a still longer'-slege at
his home, he found himself in a deplorable
"At this time." 'said Mr. Rnnao t n'
Mirror leporter, "I broke out on mv arms
back and hips; my right leg was a terrible
signr. -me cair below the knee had two
bolls on. I could not sleep, no appetite.
and was unable to use my crutches for six
weens. My pnysiciana seemed to do all
they could for me, but I was in a very
weak conmtlon. 1 could not digest , the
simplest food without difficulty. So I made
up my mind to try Dr. David Kennedy's
Favorite Remedy, and before I had taken
flveidoaes, I could see Improvement. 1 feel
thai I will soon be able to return to work.
I have no.trouble with my digestion, and
theannoying weakness' that afflicted' me
so long has entirely disappeared." - I
Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy
1 U1 UiUWUMB DJin:iUU Ur .Ufll UllWtUHJB
as i" rheumatism, neuralgia, tjlllousness,
dyspepsia, kidney "and' liver tomplalnts,
In Bright disease, diabetes, urinary
"roubles, and ,the sickness peculiar to
omen, It has cured where all else failed,
A special meeting of Robert Morris
Lodge, Order of American True Ivor
ltes.. will be held this evening; in. Ma
soiilo hall. Many important matters
will be considered.
The egg supper and social of the
Ladles' Aid society, of the First Bap
tist church, will be held this evening,
commencing at 6 p. m. Eggs will be
served in all styles. Colored eggs for
Lenten services will be conducted this
evening at 7.30 o'clock by Rev. F. A.
Paupe in the German Presbyterian
church. - On Friday services will be
held at 10.30 a. m., 1.30 and 7.30 p. m.
All are Invited to attend.
The following services will be -.ob
served in St. David's church,, on Jack
son street, next Sunday: Early ser
vice at 6 o'clock a. m. Morning prayer,
holy communion and Easter sermon at
10.30 a. m. Sabbath school at 2.30 p. m.
Holy baptism at 3.30 and children's
festival at 7.30 p. m. At the latter ser
vice the children will present their mite
chests and prizes will be awarded to the
West Side Business Director-.
PHOTOGRAPHER Cabinet Photos, tl.40
per dozen. TBey are just loveiy. ton
vlnce yourself by calling at Startler'.
Photo Parlors, 101 and 103 South Main
GROCERIES Revere Standanrd Jnva
Coffee Is unexcelled. Tlie leading couue
of the day. For sale only at F. W. Ma
son & Co. Fine Groceries, 11G South
SECOND HAND FURNITURE CASH
for anything you nave to sen. r unn
ture. Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see
the stock of J. C. King, 1(K4 and 10M
WALL PAPER-3o to Fred Iteynolda,
208 North . Main avenue, nu nea ui
complete line of Wall Paper. Paints
and Window Shades. Just opened with
PLUMBINO-Wllllam D. Grimths, 113
Norm .Main avenue, uura
Plumbing, Steam Heat and Oas Fitting.
Satisfaction Is strictly guaranteed.
SOUTH SIDK KEWS.
lir. Munley's Female Servant Has No Vse
for the Knights of Rest Two Societies
Installed Officers Lnst Evening.
As the servant employed in the fanv
lly of Dr. J. A. Manley was scrubbing
the floor of the doctor's office yesterday
morning, Timothy Lavellc, of Ripple
street. Whose wife had become suddenly
111 during the night, rang the office bell
to summon the physician. The ser
vant answered the cull and said that a
man dressed In overalls Mr. Lavelle
had on his working clothes was at the
door. She sized him up as a Weary
Willie in search of provender, and
slummed the door In his face. Mr. La
velle thought that she would notify the
doctor and waited patiently outside fur
an hour and at last concluded to go for
some other doctor; but Clerk James
Tuhlll. of D. W. Humphrey's pharmacy,
arrived on the scene and sent word to
Dr. Manley that he was wanted in a
hurry. The servant figured it out that
Mr. Lavelle was a hobo, only waiting
for her to go upstairs to notify the doc
tor, and then he would have free rein
to rummage the office while she was
News In Brief Paragraphs.
John Flatlertv. of South Wyoming
avenue, will leave today for Lafayette
college to enter upon a course of study.
Th watpr iii the cellars on tsouui
Washington avenue has abated only a
few inches within the past tweniy-iour
T,it niin tinn nf the officers of James
Coiinell Lodge, Independent Order of
Odd Fellows, was held last nigni ui
Th nflloers recently elected in South
Side branch of the Patriotic Daughters
of True Americans, were Installed last
night by Mrs. Randolph Jones, ui me
Thro. rnsM of scarlet fever nave
broken out Iff 'the.' family of Joseph
vui nf i.ii7 Prnsnect avenue. Ii,r.
Manley, who is the attending physician,
does not report them serious.
Tnhn Wentnfahl. father or j. w.
Westpfahl, chairman of the select
branch of councils, celebrated hls fifty-
ninth birthday yesterday, ana receiveu
ho nnncrrntiilntlnns of friends with
wishes of many returns of the anni
versary. He is strong and vigorous
KOttTlI END NOTES
mo Tnwnh F. iHanel has been con
fined to her home, on Dickson avenue,
for the past two weeks with an attack
of the grip.
Mrs. N. F. Stahl, or surtsei vmiu,
has returned homo from a two months'
visit with friends In New Jersey.
vinhniaa smhl. of Princeton college,
Is spending his Easter vacation with
his mother, Mrs. N F. Stahl, of Sunset
Mio. rra Snvrler exnpcts to leave 10-
day for Pittsburg, where she Intends to
reside tn the future.
The funeral of James Sllkman win
take place today. The service will be
held at the home of his brother, John
Silkman, at 2 o'clock and will be con
ducted by Rev. George E. Guild.
TKfl WplHh Oalvlnistlc church was
filled last evening, when the ladles of
It served tea .to their menus.
' mh. lmin.H of the Methodist Episco
pal church ; intend holding an Easter.
bazaar in the cnurcn pariors winxm.
T oot Anfirust Li M.Ttozelle, of Green
Ridge, took his delivery Wagon to the
carriage works or ai. t. -ts-ener ior re
pairs and left it there until the first of
h .In the meantime Keller
offered it for sale for the costs of the re
pairs. On taking it out Kozeue claims
that although the repairs were made
the seat and stretcher were broken and
one of the axles cracked. He brought
suit before Alderman Bailey for the
damage done and last night was glvn
a Judgment for J5 and costs, although
his claim was for $13.
Edward Taten last .night raffled off
a horse valued at $100, which was won
by Oeorge Mulley, Edward Oayan win
ning the second prize, which was a
box of cigars.
They Hold an Interesting Business Ses
sion at Durr's Hall.
,At the regular monthly meeting of
the Volunteer .Firemen's association,
held last n.Ight fn Durr's hall, .fifteen
applications for membership were re
ceived. A committee of Bix was ap
pointed to make arrangements for the
entertalnment.of. Joseph J.' Clarency, of
Philadelphia, a member of the Active
Engine -company of the Quaker City,
and the' father oil all bills now before
the legislature in the interest of fire
men.' Mr. Clarency will give an address
at the Frothlngham theater on Fire
men's night during the productlon-of
Allatoona. He1 has been invited by the
Thirteenth regiment, and the Volunteer
firemen wllj entertain him during his
stay. .. , '.'.'. '.
-A son was born afew days ago to
George XV.. Hall, an.' old and active
member of the associations and the 'boy
was, elected an honorary member. In
honor of Mi Clarency the young mem
ber, will be called Joseph, and after the
association he wll be called Volunteer,
so that his full sobriquet will be Joseph
SCRANTON WAS DEFEATED
Lost at Harrlsburg liy a Score of
BARNIB PRAISES HIS MEN
Infield Is All Right-Johnson, Whitehead
and Uoule Bat lleavlly-Gcorgctown
Has No Trouble in Wanning Lehigh.
J. Murphy Plays Third Base.
nnoo hull enthusiasts of this city will
be particularly Interested In two of the
many games of base ball playea .yester
day. Special correspondents of The
Tribune have sent detailed accounts of
the Scranton-Harrlsburg game at Har
rlsburg, and the Georgetown-Lehigh
game at Washington.
The Scrantons were defeated by a M
to 18 score. However, the result is not
surprising when It is considered that
Whitehead, Johnson and Sweeney only
arrived Tuesday after a 3,000-mile trip
from San Francisco, and that the
make-up of the team brings many of the
men together as strangers.
Georgetown downed Lehigh by 14 to 5.
tnhn Mnriihv. of this city, covered third
for Georgetown and mude two hits and
Kcsultof the Game nt Harrlsburg Sutlsfles
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Harrlsburg, April 10. The Scranton
team of the Eastern league played Its
first game of the season in thlH city this
afternoon with the local club and lost.
The score was Scranton, 16; Harrlsburg,
20. The work of the Scranton infield
was of the very highest order, while the
batting of Whitehead, Johnson and
Houle was heavy. The feature of the
game was fine running catch of an ap
parently safe drive for two bases to
deep left center by Brady, the Scranton
left fielder. Manager Barnle tonight ex
pressed himself as being well satisfied
with his players. Said he to The Trib
une correspondent: "They are a gtfn?
tlemanly lot of fellows, and ball play
ers, every one of them. With the prac
tice that a few exhibition games . will
give them, I have no doubt they will
mako a showing in the Eastern league
pennant race that the Scranton people
can be proud of. I am satisfied with
the showing they made today, although
they were beaten." Regan, who was
given a trial today, was timid behind
the bat, but did good work with the
stick. The same clubs play again to.
morrow, when Brown will pitch for the
Following Is the score by innings;
Harrlsburg 1 0 3 2 1 3 4 2 420
Scranton 7... 3 5 0 0 1 0 4 1 2 1C
Hits Harrlsburg, 20; Scranton, 10. Er
rors Harrlsburg, 6; Soranton, 3. Batter
ies Meency, Ames and Roth; Johnson,
Deluney, Fox and Rogers, Regun.
Our Murphv'sand "nig Mike" Mahoney's
Great Stick Work.
Special to the Scruhton Tribune.
Washington, April 10. Georgetown
defeated Lehigh today by a score of 14
to 5. It was a rather ragged game
throughout, but there were enough
brilliant plays to make the contest In,
teresting. Bowie was an enigma to the
Georgetown sluggers for the first four
Innings, but after that he was batted
quite freely, fourteen lilts being scored
oft him. Carmody . had Lehigh com
pletely at his mercy, two' of their four
hits being bunts and one a misjudged
lly. "Big Mike , Malioney and John
Murphy led the batting for Georgetown,
while Bowie and Gannon did the prln
cipal Ptick work for Lehigh. The In
field of Lehigh played a pretty game.
Thompson and Johnson acquitted
theslevs in a particuraly brilliant man
Following Is the pcore by Innings:
Georgetown .....J.O 0 0 3 0 3 2 3 3 H
Lehigh 1 0030000 1-
Karned runs Georgetown, 5. Two-base
hits G. Mahoney, Carmody. Home run
G. Muhoney. Double plays Carmody, E,
Muhoney and M. Murphy. First buso on
balls By Bowie, 7; by Carjuorly, 4. ' Hit
by pitcher Thompson, Carmody, M. Slur
phy, McCarthy, Harley. Left on bases
Georgetown, 12; Lehigh, U. - Struck out
By Carmody, 7; by Bowie, 4. Passed balls
Jluhoney, 3; Cos, 1. Stolen bases
Reunion, M. ; Murphy .2, G. Muhoney 2,
K. Mahoney, Gunnon, Goss, Petrlken,
Thompson. Time of game 2 hours. Um
Miss F.udoru Fuller Buried.
The funeral of Miss Eudora Fuller, of
Elmhurst, was held yesterday afternoon
The remains were transferred to this city
on the 1.07 p. m. train via Delaware, Lack
awunna und Western and thence to Dun
moro cemetery, where Interment was
mode. Services were conducted ut the
house by Rev. 8. C. Logan,. D.D., und Rev.
Mr. McLane, of tho Elmhurst Presbyte
HTian Eaby wasclcb, we gave her distorts.
When she was a Child, s'.ie cried for C'astoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to C'astoria.
When she had Children, she gavethvn Castorlav
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Lord Delaware Opera (100)....,
Manuel Garcia (K. W.)
Lord Delaware Con. sp ,
Lord Delaware Reg. Per.
Grand Orient .....,..
La Belle Cubana (K. W.). .,...-.
La Belle Nueva (Imp.) ,
Lord Delaware Rothschild (25),
Shiller (K. W.)
La Belle Rosa (K. W.).
El Condilla (25)
La Vulta (Imp.)
Manuel Garcia (Imp.). .m. .... rm
La Fidelio (Imp.)
Rey Del Rey (25) (Imp.)
Flor De Chesterfield (Imp.)..
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Any Cigars not giving the best of sattefactloiivOf
not fully up to representations, will be taken.Jack
and money refunded.
THE SCRANTON GASH STOflE
F. P. PRICE, AGENT.
IRON AND STEEL
Bolts, Nuts, Bolt Ends, Turnbuckles, Washers, Rivw
ets, Horse Nails, Files, Taps, Dies, Tools and Sup
, plies. Sail Duck for mine use in stock.
SOFT - STEEL - HORSE - SHOES,
Aud a full stock of Wagon Makers' Supplies, Wheels,
Hubs, Rims, Spokes, Shafts, Poles, Bows, etc,
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA,, Manufacturare of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilors,
HOISTINS AKD FU:.!PIX3 MACHINERY.
Ocnarai OlQca: SCIUNTON,IUa
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