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THE SCR ANTON TBIBUNE-TntTKSDAT MORNING NOVEMBER 26. 1S9B.
NeuJs WEST SIDE EVENTS. Matters That Will Occupy tbe Time and Attention of the People ol This Part of the City Today. Events for today and this ovenlns nro here mentioned: At 7 o'clock a. ni. tho young peonlu of the English spwikinK churches of this side will hold sunrise services ot the Slmps.in Methodist Episcopal church. Miss Delia 1'. Ev ans will be the leader. At 10.UO oVl ck a. m. the annual union services of the churches will be held in the l'lymouth ConRreSfitionul church. The ro prnmme Is: Opening service. Rev. Thomas I Sell; reading of president's proclamation; hymn by congregation ; Scripture reading. Rev. J. H. Sweet; prayer. Rev. Mofiatt; hymn, con(,'rega tion; thank oll'i-rins for the benefit of the West Side Imspital; sermon. Rev. 8. H. Mathews; hymn and bonedlctlon. Rev. M. H. Mill, lector at St. David's Episcopal church, will conduct appro priate ThanksKivlntr services at the church this mornim at 10.30 o'clock. The Salvation army will hold a ban quet and praise f.ast this evening. The public is invited to participate. Tur key is on the bill of fare. At the Scranton Street Tlaptist church this evening A. Vincent Rower, ot this city, will lecture on "Pompeii." Jt will be worth an vvenlHR's expendi ture of time by any one, as the lec turer is well informed on hid subject, and the talk will be Illustrated by stere optlcon views. At the First Welsh Concrrenationa! church three services will be conduct ed today by the pastor, Rev, D. jones, nt 10 a. m., at 2 p. m. and In the even ing at 7.:!0 o'clocl.. The Electric Social club will have a social in Menrs' hall tills evening. Miss Margaret l'hillips, of South Main avenue, will entertain a party of friends. TWO MARRIAGES. The marriage of Miss Kathryne Lor ctta Clarke, of Eynon street, to P. F. Madden, a well-known musician of Hauer's band, took place nt 4.15 o'clock yesterday afternoon in St. Patrick's church. Rev. J. 1!. Whelan performed the ceremony. As the bridal party Vent down the aisles, twelve members of Hauer's orchestra played Lohen grin's bridal march, and during the ceremony an intermezzo udded to the Impressiveness of the rites. The brides maid was the bride's sister, Miss Mary Teressa Clarke. The bride's gown was a verv handsome one. The material was of military blue broadcloth, trim med with lace nnd brown Martin fur. She wore a dashing Rains borough hat, blue in color, and trimmed with Mar tin fur and Princess of Wales aigrette. The groomsman was Thomas I. White. While the party was leaving the church the orchestra played Mendelssohn's wedding creation. In the evening a reception was given nt the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Clarke, of "22 Eynon street. Those at the reception were: Mr. and Mrs, T. J. Conway, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Mad den, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Clarke, Chin chilla; Mr. and Mrs. James Moft'att, Misses Llda Harkhouse, Kathryne Me Nichols, Anna o'Donnell, Maine o'Mal ley, Lizzie McCormack, Mame Crosby, Rebecca Iiurke, Julia Mehan, Heatrice Andrews, Anna and Rose Gorman, Annie Lovelie, Mrs. Anna Uiblin, Irene Moses, Mary Kelley, George O'Don nell, Richie Conway, M. Madden, Roger Madden, Robert llurke. M. M. Iluyard, T. J. White, John Searle. Miss Ellen Sweeney, of Kelser Vnl ley, and John Connelly, of Hromley avenue, were married at 4 o'clock yes terday afternoon ut St. Patrick's church by Rev. J. U. Whelan. Mr. Connelly is a singer in the church choir. Lust evening a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents on Jackson street. , WEDDING ANNIVERSARY. Mr. and Mrs. L. Rome celebrated the tenth anniversary of their wedding Tuesday evening at their home, 3U7 Roberts court. Present were Mrs. L. P. Shipmun, Thomas Gillman, Mr. nnd Mrs. Conrad Mnttern, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. J. Rlbert, Mr. and Mrs. William Itrownlng, Mr. and Mrs. Cramer, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lull, Mr. and Mrs. W. Uroadbent, Mr. and Mrs. George Deterick, Mr. and Mrs. H. Pass, Mr. and Mrs. J. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. W. Lover, Mr. and Mrs. A. Remaly, Fred Stevens, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S. Depuy, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. C. Dlmmler, Mr. nnd Mrs. Seeman, Pittston; Mr. nnd Mrs. V. A. Cox, Hinghamton; Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas. Mrs. Keller, Mr. Swallow, Jennie Frenelle, Helen Pass, H. D. Jones, Helle Hawley, Mrs. A. L. Ackerly, Malbelle Cox. CHERRY STREET TIPE DRAIN. A resolution was signed Tuesday by Mftvnr ltailev direct inir thu rllv nn glneer to prepare an estimate of the cosi oi exienuing me pipe urain on F EW- -MEN" COME WITHOUT JUJYLNG. The man who comes to look is as welcome as the man who comes to buy. He is not importuned. That is not the point. The "lookers'" good judgment makes him a buyer. Our greatest problem is to make men ac quainted with the kind of merchandise we sell. If we can get them to examine the clothes the rest ia easy. Our advertisements are merely invitations to call. We've dark Suits for those who ke sober colors, Hlue and Black and D irk Brown Mixtures. We've some rc her startling Checks and Haids, TfcE SAMTERS Square Dealinz Clotta of fb? Cherry street from Prospect to Stone avenues. Select councilman -uyuc, ui the Twentieth ward, is anxious to have the drain extended before the spring thaws. Already a number of suits for heavy damages have been begun in court asainst the city for damages, caused bv water lloodlng the premises of property owners on Cherry street, between the avenueB named. ENTERTAIXMEM' TONIGHT. The following programme will be giv en at the Washburn Street Presbyterian church this evening: Selection Trio Solo, with violin obligator, .Miss Ella God.hall Recitation Nliss Kthal Chirk Solo Miss Maggie Jones Piano duet, with sleighbells, .Misses liaiTowmun and Uriel Pnfs solo Mr. Williams Recitation Miss Hughes Violin solo Miss Harriet Ward Duet Misses aodslmll and Jones Selection Trio A social time will follow nt which Ice cream and cake will be served. An expert candy maker will also be pres ent to make fresh candy for nil who wish it. An invitation is extended to all. FfNERAL OF STEPHEN FRORERT. The funeral of Stephen Proberts, who died suddenly at Steeltnn, Pa., took plae? yesterday afternoon from the home of his son, William Troberts, of Kim street. The deceased formerly lived on Rellovud Heights nnd at the funeral yesterday afternoon many of the residents paid their respects to the departed. Interment was made in For est Home cemetery, Taylor. The pall bearers were William Thomas, Will lam Dagger, Reese Williams, Thomas Jenkins, Corner Williams, Frank Car son. At the funeral were the following from Steeltnn: James Gregory, Will iam Gregory, William M. Green and James W. Humphreys. FARTIES LAST EVENING. Miss Pessle Daniels was tendered a party last evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Daniels, of South Main avenue. The young folks In attendance represented the best West Side families and a very pleasant time was spent. Miss Jennie Fellows, daughter of Se lect Councilman H. T. Fellows, of Tenth street, entertained a few of her friends last evening. Euchre was the form of entertainment. Those present were Misses Lois and Nellie Fellows, Lizzie Reiser and Will Welsh, John Howell and Archbald Mears. FOR THE BENEFIT. The West Side Wheelmen will have their benefit play, "The Fatal Card," at the Frothlngham on Friday and Sat urday evenings of this week. The nf fair should be a success. Local pride in "our boys" should in Itself be suf ficient to Insure crowded houses. The wheelmen are hard at work selling the tickets, as they get a percentage only on those tickets which they themselves sell. Everybody look for a wheelman and purchase. The box office opened at U o'clock yesterday morning. NEWS NOTES AND PERSONALS. Thomas Davis, of South Main avenue, leaves today for a visit to Palmer Williams, who is attending school at Rucknell university. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Castner have returned from a visit at Elmlra. Miss Helen and Master Hoadley Hagen, of North Sumner avenue, and Leo Campbell will spend today at llonesdale. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wallace, of North Hyde Park avepue, will visit friends at Middletown, N. Y., today. Reuben Staples and Frank McGovern In honor of the eleventh birthday of their daughter, Miss Alice May, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Williams, of Lu zerne street, gave a party at which the following attended and enjoyed Miss Clara Rates, of Wllkes-Barre, Is visiting on Jackson street. Horn A boy to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene West, of West Elm street. Harry Francis and John Owens are spending today with friends at Wilkes ISnrre. Miss Mary Owens, of South Lincoln avenue, will spend Thanksgiving with her brother, David Owens, of Blooms burg State Normal school. Near the notorious "borough line" In Taylor last evening a cab contain ing a bridal couple with their attend ants, fell over an embankment. No one was Injured. No. 14 school conducted a plea:iig entertainment yesterdny afternoon in the jiresence of about 400 persons. The pupils In the primary rooms were the entertainers. Principal James Hughes gave an Instructive address on Thanks giving Day and its meaninsr. themselves: Mrs. Ruth Peck, Misses Grace and Ethel Peck, Masters (Maud and Norwood Pitcher, Miss Annie Kennedy, Rev. John Griffith. Judson Hutchinson, William Rurrell, Miss Hat tie Coon, Miss Kate Chase, Miss Martha Nichols, Mrs. Ed. Haas, Miss Mower, HERE axu fin away $8 TO $20. Hatters and Fumlsiiari Sdbtirbs Miss Clara Haas. Mr. and Mrs. Ad. Wheeler, Master Roy and Miss Myrtle Wheeler, Mrs. T. E. Hughes and daugh ter, attie, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Wil liams, Miss Alice and Master Charles Williams and Grandma Watkins. Walter A. Mathews, eldest son of Rev. and Mrs. S. F. Mathews, of the Scranton Street Ruptist church, is vis iting his parents. The young man is preparing himself for the minister)' and with that end in view he will attend me of the largest colleges. Last Sun ,ay evening he supplied the pulpit of ihe Sumner Avenue Presbyterian church. Among the out-of-town people at the funeral of the late Mrs. Evans Tues day were: Rev. H. E. Jones, Dauphin county; Mrs. E. N. Evans, Parsons; Louis E. Jones, Minersvllle; Mrs. I. E. Evans and daughter, Kingston; J. T. Jones, Shenandoah; Mrs Smith, Mrs. Albright and Mrs. rhllllps, l'ly mouth; Mrs. Daniel Davis and Miss Sadi'.- Lewis, Carhondale. and Mrs. Wil liam Jenkins, of West Pittston. The latest and best styles. Roberts, 126 North Maine. Dr. C. W. Colborn, Dentist. Rooms 144 North Main avenue. West Side Business Directory. HARRIET J. DAVIS. FLORIST.-Cut flowers and funeral designs a specialty; 101 South Main avenue; two doors from Jackson street. SECOND HAND FURNITURE. Cash for anything you have to sell. Furniture. Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see the stork of J. C. King, 701 to 709 West Lack awanna avenue. MORGAN'S PHARMACY-101 NORTH avenue AVarrtinted pure drugs and chemicals. Prescriptions carefully pre pared. Pine stationery and blank books. A large stock suitable for Christmas presents. Teachers' Hlbles cheaper than ever. Call aud examine them. Wood stains, paints, window glass, etc. Clerk at store all hours of night. SOUTH SIDE NEWS. Roger McGarry, of Wllkes-Rarre, is the guest of his brother, Michael Mc Garry, of Pittston avenue. John F. Gibbons, Hon. Alex T. Con nell, James P. Touhlll, and Fred W. Jones, of this side, nnd John Manley, of Dunmore, are on a hunting expedi tion In Pike county. Martin Lnvelle, Robert McCrea and Timothy Lavelle are Ashing at Har vey's Lake. Christian Kellerman, of Trospect avenue, died yesterday morning after a lingering Illness. He was a popular young man among his acquaintances. The tuneral will be announced tomor row. Alex Straff, the 'Willow street Insur ance agent, whose absence from home worried his wife, returned yesterday. New stock of elegant wall paper and paints at Rorcher's, 713 Cedar ave. DUNMOKE. The members of Jacob Weaver's Bible class are requested to meet In the lec ture room of the Methodist Episcopal church after the Thanksgiving dinner, to go in a body to Scranton, for the purpose of having a class picture tak en. The entertainment and social given last nlsht In Odd Fellows' hall, under tho auspices of the Dunmore conclave. Improved Order of Heptasophs, was largely attended. An excellent pro gramme was rendered in artistic man ner and the following persons partici pated: Piano solo, Miss N. Curran; vocal solo. Miss Ruby Yost; quartette selection, Messrs. Austin, Jones, Rlack and Rankin; vocal solo. Miss Martha Matthews; comic song, Albert Austin; solo. Miss Millie Kline; solo, William Jones; solo, Miss McHale; bass solo, John Golden; comic song, John Mc Donald. Several selections were ren dered from a large Edison phonograph. Pianist, Miss Neury; prompter, John Golden. The preparations for the turkey din ner and supper which are to be given In St. Mark's, Presbyterian and Meth odist churches, have been completed, and rousing good times are anticipated. The Dunmore High school and the Scranton Rusiness college foot ball teams will play on No. 5 grounds today. Game starts at 3 p. m. sharp. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Loveland, of Webster avenue, are the guests of friends in Clark's Summit. GREEN KIDUE. The Ladles' Aid society of the As bury Methodist Episcopal church will meet in the parsonage tomorrow after noon at 2.30 o'clock. There will be no meeting of the Wo men's Christian Temperance union this afternoon. Rnrn To Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Leslie, of Fordham street, a boy. A union meeting of the Methodist. Presbyterian, Baptist and Evangelical churches will be held In the Presby terian church nt 10.30 o'clock this morn ing. It will be conducted by Rev. J. G. Worrall, D. D. Del Foote and Judd. Stevens will leave this morning for an extended hunting trip in the western part of the state. MINOOKA. The ideal weather of lats evening was a potent factor In making the ded ication of the new hall a memorable affair. Before the doors were thrown open the society paraded the main thor oughfare nnd enthusiasm ran high. Every mnn In line carried a Chinese lantern and brilliantly Illuminated the line of march. The O'Connell council. Young Men's Institute, made a very creditable showing and elicited rounds of applause for their splendid nppear nnce. Each member carried a cane and lnntern while the lapels of their coats were ndorned with a handsome red nnd white bouttonlerre, the colors of the council. Long before the time an nounced for the opening arrived, the spacious auditorium was a mass of hu manity and standing room was at a premium. The hall was tastefully dec orated for tho occasion by Kerr & Co., of Scranton. The entertainment was very Interesting and each number on the programme was heartily applaud ed. The affair was a success socially and financially and the St. Joseph's society deserve3 credit for filling a long felt want. PROVIDENCE. The following programme will be ren dered by the Sunday school of the Pur itan Congregational church this eve ning: Oriran voluntary, Mrs. W. Thomas; -chorus, "We Greet You All," by the school: recitation. Alice Leon ard; chorus "Bless the Lord, O My Soul;" recitation, Klah Davis: chorus, vvorK, un, work for Jesus;" recita tion and chorus, by three children: chorus, "Lift Up Your Hearts;" solo, iNeilie Tllscin; recitation, Carrie Evans: solo and chorus, Thomas Evans; Dox- ology. Admission will be free. In the procramme for the entertain ment to be given at the Methodist Episcopal church, printed In this col umn yesterday the name of Miss Lizzie Rrandth was unintentionally omitted She will assist Miss Hazel Hopewell in a pantomine. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. ItlfO. nibs- . . AMUSEMENTS. At the Frothlngham today Hoyt's sa tire, "A Texas Steer," will be pro duced. This play Is In the characteris tically whimsical mood of Mr. Hoyt. It shows various characters from life and gives us a glimpse of life at our national capital and sets before us In bold relief the deplorable fate that, dogs the seeker for petty political of fice. In writing this comedy Mr. Hoyt had in mind something other than the superficial aspects of human folly that invite our smiles and he has striking Ingly enforced the lesson that laughter and tears are closely related. That picturesque drama, "A Ro mance of Coon Hollow" will be produced at the Academy of Music this after roon and evening by a very capable company. The story told Is strong and pretty, dealing with incidents in tile lives of typical Southerners, and the characters are neatly sketched with all ' of those fellcltious little touches that made "Blue Jeans" famous. The strength of "Coon Hollow" lies In Its humanity. The dramatic climaxes which close the first two acts are in tensely strong, and the comedy is rich and amusing. A cotton compress at work gives a sensational effect, nnd the acme of stage realism is reached in the race between the steamboats Robert E Lee and Natchez, on the Mississippi river. A unique electrical effect makes one of the scenes particularly strong. Besides a complete metropolitan com pany, "Coon Hollow" carries a plan tation brass band, two quartettes and a troupe of male nnd female colored bui and wing dancers. ... "Jim the Tollman," Sir Charles Young's famous society drama and pic ture of a dual life, which will have Its second production here at the Academy of Music Friday, Nov. 27, Is beyond doubt the masterpiece of modern play writing. It has been the general ver dict of the critics that this is so. The Play has been seen hero before, nnd Judging from the box olllce receipts, If nothing else, It Is a play Unit tne people, as well as the press, endorsed.. The story Is too well known to require repe tition. In the cast are live of the ori ginal company. Fiank C. Bangs, as Ralston, gtnnds nt the head of those who have played the part An amusement event of more than ordii'ary Interest will occur nt the Fiothingham tomorrow and Saturday evenings and at a Saturday matinee, the occasion being the presentation ! the famous melodrama, "The Fatal Card." for the benefit of the West Side wheelmen. "The Fatal Card" Is a forceful play of Intense Interest, with a bright vein of natural comedy always In evidence, nnd always natural and refreshing. The story Is one of thrills, startling situations and romantic scen ic effects, and is universally considered to bo one of the best of its class that has been presented In this country for years. With such successes as "A Railroad Ticket" and "A Run on the Hnnk," to Judge by, there is no fear but that ."A Baggage Check" will be up to the standard of Charles E. Blaney. With a name that suggests very little com edy will be found a complete, cleverly written story, of the losing nnd finding of a baggage check, which conins very neatly causing a young man to lose his Inheritance, together with his sweet heart as well. The piece is In three ats, and so arranged that tho special ties are Introduced In such a manner Y AMUSEMENTS. THANKSOIVINQ ATTRACTION. ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Perlormaccs Thursday, Nav. 26 Matinee at 1,30 p. m. Evening at S p. tn. Return of tho Grest Now York Sticcesn, a beautiful lovo story ot the South, A ROMANCE OF COON HOLLOW. As The OH Homestead U to the North, bo In COON HOLLOW to tho Kntitli. Magnificent Hconerv, Unique Kleetrleal Effect. Two Quartettes. The cotton press tragedy. The thrilling bnrglary geme. Tbe historical steamboat rxo. A complete scwile. pro. du-tion. PWICHS-Oallcry, 15c; Balcony, ta row 3c: Butanes, 25c; Orchestra Circle, goc; Orchestra 75c; Parlor Chairs, $i.vo. ACADEMY OF MUSIC, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ij. Mr. D. A. Bontha's Company in Sir Charles Young's Famous Sensational Drama, Jim, the Penman By arrangement with A. M. Palmer Presenting ' PRANK C. BANGS AS RALSTON MARIE EDITH RICE AS NINA An Exceptionally Strnn? Cast of Metropolitan Art.ats, PRICES- Gallery, 15c; Balcony, a row, 3sc; Balance 35c, Orchestra Circle, 50c; Parlor Chair and Orchestra, 75 A CADENY. OF MUSIC. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER a8. Saturday Matinee and Night Chas. E. Blanley's Big Farce-Comedy Snccoss, A Baggage Check Headed by Orapewln and Evans, Lizzie Melrose, Louis Martincttl, Eckert and Heck, and other well known artists. New Songs. New Dances. New Specialties. Brighter Better Than Ever, PRICES-Gallerr lftc; Balcony 2 rows, aV; Balance 2Tic; Orchestra Circl5"c; Orchostra and Parlor Chairs 75c. MBtinee 'i and Xx. DAVIS' THEATER (ommanclng Monday, Nov. 23. A Week of Olorlouf COMEDY, YAUDEYILLE AND PANTOMIME THANKSGIVING ATTRACTION Change of Programme for Thanksgiving -:- Day AND BALANCE OF THE WEEK. Admission 10, 20 or 30 Cents. Two performance dally. Coon open at tK and 7. Curtain flats at 1W and LUt that they do not at any time tire the au'lence. Of the cast, little need be said, for the principals have all been seen here more or less. "A Baggage Check" will be given at the Academy of Music Saturday matinee and night. . With the exception of "Up Town Flat," the programme will be changed today for the last of the week at Davis' thtater. The entertainment Is a good one and attracting well pleased audi ences. JURORS FOR THE SPECIAL TERM They H ere Drnwu l?y Sheriff demons nnd Jury Commissioners. Sheriff F. II. Clemons and Jury Com missioners J. F. ' Manuion and T. J. Mathews yesterday drew the following jurors who will serve during the spe cial two weeks term of quarter sessions court, beginning Dec. 21: PETIT JCRORS, MONDAY. DEC. 21. Ignatz Wrane, merchant, Scranton. L. H. BroadheaJ, school teacher. Old Forre. John J. Fadden, hotel, Olyphant. John 1). Ciilmaitin, laborer, Carhondale. William Cleury. plumber. Dunmore. Sidney W.Curter, laborer, Si'tmiton. James Conner, runner, Dunmore. Heese C. Powell, coleetor, Scranton. Patrick Walsh, miner, Serttnton. Walter W. Wllklns, machinist, Scranton. Thomus DoURherty, miner, Scrantou. L. G. i.a Bar, broker. Srrauiou. John Keup. miller, Peckville. William MeAndrew, fireman, Scranton. Charles G. Avery, terr, Curlmmlalo. John O. Oysters, blacksmith, Milwauklc. Thomus . Kvans, shoemaker, Scranton. Michael McDonotigh. laborer, Ctiruondalc. S. D. Koblnson, huckster, Benton. Freeman I.eaeh, farmer, S. Ahlngton. John Shilton, miner, Olyphant. K. M. IVnnypackcr, physician, Scranton. William G. Griffith, collector, Scranton. W. A. Haub, clerk, Scranton. Henry Booth, teamster, Carbondnle. Patrick Kearney, bnikemun, Scranton, Thomas Haines, farmer, Covington. Thomas Brown, teamster, Scmnton. Henry C. Baker, bookkeeper. Scranton. James Cawiey, mill hand, Scranton. P. V. Carroll, collector, Carbnndale. James Knipin, miner, Minooka. ilichnel MeCann, miner, Carbondnle. Henry M. Baker, laborer, Carhondale, Charles Spelcher, gentleman, Scranton. Jacob F. Miller, insurance agent, Scran ton. Stephen Barrett, miner, Archhald. It. J, Clark, watchman, Scranton. John Mullan.y. reporter, Carhondale. Henry D, Jones, merchant, Scnintoli. Philip Harlos, farmer, (Slenbnrn, K. W. Price, foreman, Scrnntun, Daniel Ellsinger, merchuiit, Scranton. William Franklltl, clerk, Scranton. J. W. Hiebl. merchant. Scranton. John F. McNulty, council, Carhondale. t.. C. Arnibrust, salesman, Scranton. Kugcne Anton!, farmer, Scott. PETIT JCROHS. MONDAY, DEC. 23. Adnm C. Bonn, machinist, Scranton, Peter Campbell, laborer, Scranton, Abraham Stein, farmer, Ransom. C. Van Busklrk, blacksmith, Newton. A. J. Gavin, hotel, Jermyn, John Lang, miner, Jessup, S. J. Flnnerty, conductor, Dunmore, John Gllmartln, gent., Scranton, Mark Doty, farmer. Waverly. William Cox. laborer, Moosle. P. F. McDonnell, miner, Carhondale, Alvln W. Daley, gent., Carhondale. W. K. Bishop, clerk, Dunmore. Thomas Sosnrove. machinist, Scranton. G. G. Reeil, merchant, Scranton. J. D. Knight, farmer, S. Ablnxton. David Lynch, miner, Carbnndale. John Cook, farmer, Newton. Charles S. Lewin. clothier, Scranton. John Clark, miner, Scranton. Peter Frank, clgarmnker, Dunmore. John R. Jones, miner, Scranton, Wlliam Gary, laborer, LehlL'h. Gelrge Leltjnton, farmer, Glenburn, P. H. Murray, bottler, Carbnndale. John H. Walker, civil engineer, Scranton, Peter ISiglln, blacksmith. Scranton, James Coollgan, miner, Dunmore, V.. J. Carpenter, farmer, Waverly. John M. Morgan, miner, Bellevue. Jnmes Slegler, carpenter, Dunmore. I. C. Depue, teamster, Madison. Timothy Butler, mill hand, Scranton. John R. Mahoii. bookkeeper, Scranton. Thomas H. Watts, merchant, Glenburn. Charles L. Klrkpatrlrk, clerk, Scranton. Robert Paine, engineer, Scranton. William Strecter. farmer, E. Ahlngton. William Smith, farmer, Yostvilie. John Moonty, engineer, Dunmore, F. B. Long, farmer, Benton. J. D. Aylesworth, tax collector. South Ahlngton. David W. Lewis, fire boss, Scranton. Jacob Bonnat, miner, Scranton. Jeslse Bagley, tax collector, Carhondale. Luther Keller, lime dealer, Scranton. Peter Hiltz, grocer, Scranton. Merrit Snyder, farmer, Greentleld. To Cure n Cold In One Day. Take laxntlve Rromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if It falls to cure. 25 cents. THE FROTHINGHflM. Wagner A RcK Lessee and Mnnngsrs. John L. Kerr, Acting Manager. GRAND HOLIDAY ATTRACTION. Thursday, Nov. 16th. THANKSOl VINO, llntineo and Night. A POLITICAL SATIRE, HOYT'S A TEXAS STEER Orlfrinnl mmiunp t ri m TInvt'ft Tlioatprt Now ork ' Ity. itnr Maverick Brantier'a iilra of a poMtiHrui life nt anhini;toii, I) ('. Matinee Prices, 3i, 35, 50 and 7s cents. Evening trices, as, 50, 75 ana i. 00. Hulo of scats op ma TuesiUy, Nov. ill at 0 a. ni, THE FROTHINGHflM. Warner & Rcis, Managers. John L. Kerr, Acting Mcnager. Benefit West Side Wheelmen. Two Nights anil Saturday maiinec, 1 riaav ana Sat urday, Nov. tj and 2tt. Massive Production of "The Drama of Thrills, the FATAL, m CARD Prospntrd with tho s.imn Poverfttl Cast, ami with Nownnl Jlassivo Scenery. A Perfect Production of tho Best Mel oilranik of the Modurn Stags. Sciulnr Pricps. Sale of Seat Commences Wednesday, Nov. 23th, at 1) a. ni. DR. C. W. GREEK, Electrical Treatment a Specialty. Offices, 607, 6nS and 6119 Mears Building, SCRANTON, PA. The most complete equipment of Electrical machines and appliances for medical use to be fnand In n physic an's ofllce ontalde of Non York, Modical nnd electrical treatment for all cases amcnnhls to cither or both. C. W. GREEN, M. D 007, COO on 1 W. Menrs Building, Scranton. Bours-9 a.m. to 12. 1 p.m.toO; 7.80 to 9 THE 100SIC POWDER CO., ROOMS I AND 2. COIR'LTH i'L'Vi, SCRANTON, PA. MINING AND BUSTING POWDER MADE AT MOOSIC AND RUSH. DALE WORKS. LAPLIN RAND POWDER CO' 9 ORANGE iUN POWDER Electric Batteries, Electria Exploders, fjr ox plodlng blasts, Safety Fuse, and Repauno Chemical Ca's expSc WE BEG To announce that we have in augurated the largest sale of Fine Overcoats for men's, boys' and children's wear ever shown in this city at prices lower than ever offered, Call and judge' for j'our- self at 11 IU IIUUUU S:S LACKAWANNA AVE. THE HELL CO., Gas and Electric Fixtures, The Welsbacb Light At Reduced Prices. 434 Lackawanna tvc. 111 MRIfl vi until viivt mi 2,000,000 BARRELS Made and Sold in Six Months, ending larch 1. 1896, Total Product of I The A Mill Alone produced 1,000,000 Barrels, Largest Run on Record. Washburn, Crosby's Superlative is sold everywhere from tb Pacific Coast to St. John's, Mew Foundland, and in England, Ireland and Scotland very largely, and Is recognized as tbe best flour la th world. MEGARGEL WHOLESALE AGENTS. HAVE YOUR HORSE SHOD WITH TH- Removable, Self-Sharpening Nevarslip Toa Calks. & CO. GENERAL AGENTS, And a full line of iron and steel Blacksmiths' and Wag onmakers' supplies. BITTENBENDER SCRANTON, PA. HAIR Cli FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. LADIES, you can have a beautiful chain made out of your own hair at E. I MUX 338 LACKflWflHSA AVE,, SCRANTON "Remember, we are the only one here who manufacture chains from your own hair. Leave crdcrs as early as possible. THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO SCRANTON AND WILKE3-BARRE, PA Manufacturer of Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers, i:0!STKIS AND PUUf'ING MACHINERY. Oeoeral Office: SCRANTON, 9A. For tale by JCHN H. PHELPS, f - Sprues Street. Scranton, Pa. DU FONT'S IIMIIG. BLASTING AID SP0RTIH8 POWDER Manufactured t the Wapwallopsn 11111 Luzern county, Pa., and at Wil mington, Delaware. IHENRYBELIN.Jp. General Agent for the Wyoming District. lit WVOMINO AVENUE. Senate. P Third National Bank Building. AGEJNCIES: TH03. FORD, Pittston, Pa. JOHN B. SMITH SON, PljrtlOttth, Pa. E. W. MULLIGAN, Wllkes-Barre, Pa. Airents for the Repauno Chemical Own tany'a llljh Exploatvea. THE IDEAL AMERICAN TRIP NORTHERN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. Tbe (Superbly Appointed and Commodious Pt'l steamships, NORTHWEST AND NORTHLAND. Amxrican'througb and through, leave Buffalo Turxdny snd Fridays 0.30 p.m. for Cleveland, Detroit, Mackinac. The So. Duluth, and Western Points, paaslufr all plnres of interest by daylight. In conueettoa with THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY, it forms tbe most direct route, and from ev. cry point of comparison, tbe most delightful and comfortable one tn Minneapolis, Bt Paul, Uroat Falls, Helena, Butte. Spokane and Pa ri Ho coast. Tbe onlv transcontinental! In running the famous buffet, library, observa tion car. Now 67 bonr train for Portland via Spokane. HOTEL LAPAVETTE, Lake Mlnnetonka, Hi miles from Minneapolis largest aud most bcHiitiul resort in tho west. U icketsand any information of any agent or A. A. IIKAKD, Ueneral Passenger agent, Buffalo, N. Y. POULTRY-. Turkeys, Ducks, Chickens, Fresh Every Day. 1 ALSO. Pheasants, Quail, Prairie Chickens,' Wild Ducks. 1 EPICUIMLIII nniy CONNELL r BTEBL hJ BELF 1 R' j SHARPENING. I I CENTERED If Your Horse Is Shod with 16 rj NEVERSUPS" He Positively Cannot Slip When In doubt what to use (ot Nervous Debility, Loss oi Power, Impotency.Atruphv, Varicocele and other weaknesses, from sny cause, use Snine Pills, Drains checked ami full vigor quickly restored, t r ne lor tM. ioob troibfr. rt.ult huHr. Mailed for )1.(I0;0 boxes 5.00. With 15.00 orders we eiveasuaramee 10 9 cure or refund the money. Address harmaclat, cor. Wycmina Avenua an