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THE SCB-AKTON TKIBUNETHL' USDA Y MORNING. JAM1ARV Jo, 1894.
I Fittings I
I THE SCRANTON SUPPLY
AND MACHINERY CO, a
120 Wyoming Avenue
I YOUNG PEOPLE UNITED DECAN 1 THE STAND TO IMPROVE THE CITY
Nuptials of Miss Eva Goldsmii.b and Lcou
Lc?y Solenuiiz:. ill toelsiw Hdll.
m8 Penn Ave.
A. B. WARMAN.
Big Cut in Ladies',
Misses' and Chil
See Them in our
HEARS ' & HAGEN,
415 Lacka. Avenue.
Mailings, Rugs, etc.
WILLIAMS & McANULTY.
127 Wyoming Ave
immon council will bold a regular
meeting ttlia timing.
The Caledonians will banquet at the
Wyoming this evening
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Jermvn entertained
a number of fri-nds last eve-iutf at their
Jefferson avenue home.
Lieutenant Governor TCatrei. C. D.
Bianaon M T. H Watkins were in Phila
delphia long enough Tuesday to get their
names in the papers.
The Young Men '(christian Association
second basket ball team will go to Pittston,
this evening and plkylo the Young i"n'
(hnstian Association at that place.
General Manager H. A. Archer, of tb
hcrantoo Traction company, loii rented
tht Mannesa homestead on Jefferson ave
nue and will take possession In about a
A musical and literary entertMnment
u ill be given at the Park Place Methodist
hptscopal church uext Tuesday evening
A programme ot much interest has been
The ladies' f the F.ini Park church are a
fertile company. This evening they serve
supper to the hungry multitude from ti to
13. and then they spread before those who
have enjoyed the repast an intellectual
least. Levin irvlu Handy, the king of
platform speakers, will deliver bis lecture,
'The Hoad to Victory."
The young Indies of the Firsf I'resrjyter
iau church wi'l givea "pink tea ' this even
ing in the lecture room of the church. Dr.
and Mrs. McLeod will receive and M is.
Prank B, I'ratt. .Mrs. It. M. Scranton.
Mr. Pout and other young ladies ut the
(hurch will assist, there will be also a
unique mtertainmcnt in connection with
the tea which might well be called the
"Mystic String. "
V open in our new store this inomlug.
The BmuMtoa Cash Hiokk.
THEIR CLAIMS HAVE BEEN SETTLED.
John Burns and H , Daughter Bring
Suit as a Mattsr of Form.
Papers in the trespass suits of John
liuroa, of Avoca, and bis daughter,
Sadie Barns, Hgainst the Surantou
Traction comjuny, were filoil witlj
I'rothonotary Pryor yesterday by At
torney John M. Harris.
On Deo. 30, Lto, Mr. linrni' little
daughter was struck by an electric car
on Lackawanna avenna and severely
injured. Tbe claims of fatner anil
daughter ware settled by the company
The suits have been brought a n
matter of form so that the records of
the court will show io the future that
i settlement of tbe claims was affected.
v.. open in our new store this morning.
The SCHANTON (.'ASH S'lOKK.
MR. GOLDEN IS TURNED DOWN.
Polling- Plao of First District of Sixth
Ward Bemovsd from His House.
Court has made an order changing
'.he polling place of the First district of
the Sixth ward from the house of Se
lect CouncllmaniPstrick Ooldon to the
vacant lot of Mrs. Alary Cusick. The
change was made in accordance with
tbe wishes of many petitioner
, They alleged that the present polling
place is unsanitary and union too close
to the place where Mr. (iolden dis
penses his stimulants.
The movement to have the polling
place changed was led by Mr. (iohjen's
We open in our new store this morning.
The fc'ciuNxuN Uauu Stork.
ROOMS ELABORATELY DECORATED
The Wedding Attended by a Large
Number of Cuests Both from This
and Olhor Cities Elegant Costumes
Worn by the Ladies of the Bridal
Party Scene of Beauty and Enjoy
ment. The marriageof Miss Era GoMainitb,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Gold
smith, of Wyoming avonue, to Leon
Levy, of Wilkt-s-H.irro. was solemni-ed
lust evening ut 0 o'clock in the hand
fmue parlors of the Excelsior club on
Wyoming Hveiiue Kev. Fuerlight
performed the coremouy.
The nuptitil service was performed iu
the large parlor on tho third floor. The
room was moat tnstefully decorated.
The pili'.irs supporting the ceiling were
gracefully festoon, with eergreeu
and the chandelier wen draped with
UJlllaX Tbo western end of the room
was one lurue bank ot palms and it was
here that the ceremony was performed.
The couple stood under a largo mar
riage brll of white carnations with a
tongue of pink carnations.
LLKilAST COSTUME- WOUS.
The bridal party consisted of tbo
bride and groom and two maids of
honor, Miss Minnie (iallsiuitti, sister
of the bride aud Miss Nina Ssemtus,
of Greenville, N. J . aud the two
bridesmaids, Miss Pauline Goldsmith,
sister of the bride, mid Miss Flora
Levy, sister of the groom. The bride
wore an esq. mite costume of white
moire silk an 1 c irried lilies of the val
ley. Tho maids of honor wore white
brocade satiu )and carried piuk roses.
The bridesmaids wore blue brocade
satin aud also carried piuk ross.
The wedding supper was served In
the Excelsiors' large hall. Th hall
was a picture of entrancing lovelinesi.
Four arc electric lights she I a mellow
blue light over the scene and each
table was furnished with a halt dozen
uiagnitiwiit banquet lamps which gave
forth subdued light of various hues.
Festoons of evergreen and smilax with
large banks ot palms gave the lull the
appearance of a wonllanl bower,
During the supper Biusr orchestra
Ol'T OK TOWN OOfST
The goests from out of the city were:
Mr. and Mrs. George Gallaud, Mr. aud
Mrs. S. J. Strauss, Miss Bsrtha Strauss,
Miss Celia Strauss, Mr. and Mrs. S.
Langftld, F. Laig'elJ. Charles Long,
Lou Long, Bernhard Long. Mrs. Paul
ine Long. Mr. and Mrs. E. Lowenstein,
Kev. L Josephs, Mrs Matilda Wise
man, Mr, aud Mrs. I. R. Biatner, Miss
Carrie Weiss, Max Grail and, Mr. and
Mrs. M. Bnrgunder, Mr. and Mrs.
A. Babney, Mr. aud Mrs. Joseph
Coonf. Mr. and Mrs. I S. Long,
Miss Hofflieinier, Sam Falk.Misi Tillie
Fnlk. Dr. Charles Ling, Miss Constine,
Charles Constine, Miss n tunah Rubin,
Leo W. Lous. Miss S. Long, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Blumentlial.Mr. and Mrs
Isaac Long, Miss Flora Lvy, F. S
Levy, Maurice Levy, L30 Levy, Miss
Lazarus, Mr. snd Mrs. Isaac Harris,
Mr. and Mrs. Moso Marks, of Wilkes
Barre, Mr. aud Mrs. H. M. Wiseman,
Miss Maud Wiseman, Mr. and Mrs.
George Cohen, of Pittstoo; Mr. and
Mr J. C. Greenwald, Mr and
Mrs. Dan Greenwald, Mr and
Mrs. Mose Cohen. Miss Jennie Siunns,
Isaac Simons. Mrs. Dora Marks, Mose
Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Cohen,
Isaac Cohen, of Bradford , Herman
Jona. Miss Bessie Livewright, Myer
Frank, .Mr. and Mrs. H idelbeig, Henry
Wertheimer, Joseph Wertlieimsr, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Wertheituer, Mr. aud
Mrs. Jacob Frank, Mr. and Mrs Mor
rii Livewright, Mr. and Mrs. Morris
K.tutinan. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Greenwald, " Aaron Greenwald,
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Vander
veer, Mr. and Mrs A. Levy,
I Schwab, Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Stern
I. Kaufman, of Philadelphia; Mrs. Eva
Smith, of tfilWaOKw, Wis. , hugene
ialland, Mr and Mrs. Saul Friends,
Miss Addie Friends, Mr. and Mrs Eu
gene Stall. William Simons, Benjamin
Cohen, of N'ew York; Mrs. Fraudent
hal, Mi9s Ray Frandentbal, of Balti
more. Miss Nina Sesman. of Green
ville, N J. ; Mr. and Mrs. Sol Kline, A.
Sahm.Miss Mlilie Sahm.of Carbon dale.
Mr and Mrs. Alex Meyer, of Riobmond
V l open in our new store this morning.
The BCATOS C'-saSTuKK.
CASES FOR THE SUPREME COURT.
Causei in Which Appsais Have Bsen
Taken From tin Dtdslon of Our CurU.
Among the important Lackawanna
county cases that will be argued before
tbe supreme court next month are tbe
appeals in the matter of the creation of
the borough of Taylor aud annexing a
portion of Lackawanua township to the
city of Scranton
other coses that will be argued are
the appeal of James Daw, burgess of
Dickson City borough, In the equity
suit against the Eoterpl . Powder
Manufacturing Company; Patrick
'ii. appellant, against County of
Lackawanna, Joseph A. Deaole, appsl
Innt, against Arthur and William G.
Dencle; U. G. Stockwell, appellant,
M. O. Webster; M. and J. S. Pernne
against John Jermvn, appellant; F. L.
Brown against Dr. A E Burr, ap
pellant; Henry B. Granley against
John Jermyn, appellant; Joseph Chil
ton aud others against ths city of Car
bondale; appellant; John Dtvies, np
pellunt. against Emma J. Clark and
others; Michnol L irk in against the city
of Scranton. nppellant ;Emm a A. Plum
mer, appellant, against Hillside Coal
and Iron company and the Lsck twan
11a Cool company limited, city of Scran
ton, appellant, against Nicnolas Bush.
Wk open In our new store this morning.
Tbe Sckanton Cash Stohx .
I TRIBUNE BOOR COUPON,
Ue.Says a- Shot io tic Air to Drive SIudq
sod 02 His Firm
VERDICT IN THE DEVANNEY CASE
Court Directs That It Be One of Not
Guilty Costs Placed on the Prose
cutor by the Jury -Thomas Camp
bell Conducted His Own Case Jury
Found Him Guilty of Larceny The
Cther Cases Passed Upon.
William D.gsn was arraigned before
Judge VA wards in the main court room
yesterday morning on a charge of hav
ing on Aug. '.'1 last attempted to kill
A. E Simouson 011 Degan's farm in
Roaring Brook township. Maior Ever
ett Warren is assisting District Attor
ney Kelley to prosecute the case and
Attorney John F. Scragg aud Attorney
Agih Hlcketts, of Wilkes lisrre, de
fended Degan, who is a man M years
He owns a farm iu Roaring Brrnk
township, a portiou of which tin G.s
and Water company took andef the
powers of eminent domain. Viewsrs
ware appointed by the court and
awarded Deg.iu damages. From their
award that gentleman nppaslod. In
the meantime the company put a force
of m .n at work cie it iu ; up the land.
These workmen wers iu charge of E
A. Simouson. Degau then obtained an
injunction and whoti, on Aug. 01. Sim
onson and his men wo.', to work, DegM
attacked them with his gun and tirad
two shots ut Simonsou with theevkbut
intention of iuflicting severe injury, so
that gentleman testitisd.
U.OAN'iS VKRSlOS OK Ttl AKl' UK.
Degau was c tiled to the stand iu de
fense and admitted having tired two
shots He said he fired in the air aud
had no intention of injuring Simon
son but wished to drive, him from his
land. He said that when Simonsou
and his workmen entered ou his land
on the morning of Aug. 91 he sin this
son to tell them to deptrt.
They refused and Dsgan taking lite
son's gun which was loaded only with
powder when out to where S.monson
"Did Bob Reoves not tell you to stopP '
he asked Simouson.
"No he did not," was the reply.
"I'll stop you then''' shouted Dig in,
and he tired. After the first shot Siui
Several witnesses were ctllnd to
prove Degan's good character. Other
testified that Simouson tol l them that
If Degan't gun was londe 1 with any
thing he would have been killed. In
rebuttal Djputy Sheriff C'cai.'J and War
den Gritnei testified thst after th)
shooting Djgau went to tbe shsriif
office and gave himself up, laying he
had shot a m 111. When court adjourned
yesterday afternoon Attorney, Rickett
had concluded his arzument to the jury
for the defense. This morning the
closing argument for the prosecution
will be made.
DEVANNEY NOT GUILTY,
Teiterday morning Julg ElwarJj
directed that a verdict of not gailty b
taken in tiie case of malicious mischief
against Martin Davanney bnt sent the
jury out to dispose of the question of
costs, suggesting that it might be
proper to place them on the county.
The jury thought otherwise and di
rected that Ji8 prosecutor, C. R Smith,
In tho case of Michael tabling, ver
dict of not gnilty was returned but he
was directed to pay the costs.
Polander Rush wasarraigned charged
with the larceny of $'J7 from Giorgo
Lock, of Sport hill. The charg? could
not be sustained and a verdict of not
gailty was taken.
Thomas Campbell, of the West Side,
pleaded not guilty to a charge of hav
ing robbed an Arabian pod llor mm -d
Thomas Micho. H-j had no attorney
and conducted his own defense With
Micho said that on July 3 Campbell
accosted him on Grant av nuj 011 the
West Side, snatched the box contain
ing tbe articles be had for sale and run
away. Attorney Josep 1 O'lirion con
ducted the prosecution and ssver.'ly
ero's-sxamined the defendant, who
said the box was stolen by two young
men with whom be was not acquainted.
The jury found Campbell gnilty of
IIICHAKI. UODFREY ON TRIAL.
Just before court adjourned for the
day iu Xo. 2, Michael G idfrey of Oly
phaut was arranged charge! with sel
ling liqnor 011 Sunday nnd without a
lissnse. Martin s Molsta is the pr -cntor.
Attorneys Hulslander and
Fred Stark, represent tii prosecution
and Attorney Joseph O'Brien, the de
fense. James Brock pleaded guilty to hav
ing attempted to mak an indecent as
sault on Annie Wiseullu, the 7 year
old daughter of An lrew Wisenflue of
the West Side The assault wjs at
tmpted one afternoon about three
months ago in a Hell near tno Hyde
Park Catholic cemetory. Brock, who
is about 110 yr'ars of age, wis remtnd jd
until Saturday for sentence.
Felix Hanlon pleaded guilty to a
charge of having stolen n snit of clot lies
from the room of one of the boarders
at the St. Charles hotel. He wis sen -tenced
to pay a fine of $10, coits, re
store the stolen goods ami spend thirty
days iu tho county jail Hanlon said
in extenuation of bis offense that he
was iutoxicated at the tiiu
HID NOT APPSAR FOR TRIAL 1
Peter MoDermott, charged with rob
bery by Anthotiy Murphy, did not ap
pear for trial, and a capiat was issued
Steve Sewen was called to stand trial
for having ran a mine drill through n
mule in the mine of Jones, Simpson iV
Co., at A rc.h bald. He failed to respond
and bis bail wai forfeited aud a capiat
issued for him.
Wk open io our new store this morning.
The Scranton CasuStous.
Meeting ol Citiztus Interested in Building the
STATEMENT OF THE CITY'S DEBT
It Is Compared willi Other Cities in
the State Compiled from the Cen
sus of I09O - Names ol Committee
men Who Attended Permanent Of
ficers Chosen Colonel Ripple In
troduces the Question of Park Pur
chase. Notwithstanding tho inclemency of
last evening, there was n goodly nt
tend nice, at the central board of trade
rooms, of citizens who are interested
iu the success of the movement in
tended to improve the city building
bridges that will unite ths city iu all
Those present were Colonel E. H.
Ripple. T. H. Dale, Representative
John R. Farr, William Biumo, C. J.
Boland. Patrick Rush, T. J Moore, 0.
W. Westpfahl, E. K. Rohathan, J. M.
Kemmorer, P. W. Gallagher, Dr. Wil
liams, George Frable, John E. Roche,
D. D. Atherton, John Schwuer, jr., V.
H. Liuer, and fj, I' Dsuiels. The fol
lowing pernunent ofHoori were ohoiin:
President, Captain May secretary, D.H
Atherton treasurer, Dr. Burnett.
The following committee on litera
ture and statistics was appointed: J
E. Roche, John M Kiutimrer, T. H.
Dtle, Joseph P. Phillips uud P. W.
Gallagher, It was decided that circu
lars containing all necessary iaforma
tion for the enlightenment of voters
should be printed uud distributed lib
erul'y, A9 TO THE CITY'S DEBT,
Prior to the meeting Captain May
read a list of many cities iu this state,
showing population, bonded indebted
ness and the per capita iudebtn luess as
compiled troiu the census of 1890, It is
Net bond- Popula- per
Cities ed debt. tion. capita
Allegheny City i5'j:,487 LO&BIT 114.51
Pittsburg IO.OJtl.Sm; m HI7 4U.IW
Reading S'.",J,liSO ft,til 14.14
Altooua 510,0110 80,857 li.Hl
Lebnnnon 218, loo
W.llltamsport ... 1701,858
S rot it or tiieo coiroNs. pri-
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2 for (llstrllintlnR- populnr hunks
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8 rles. Over 100 titles totelevt from.
3 H and Four Coupons for 10
vollliuu net Of Ulckelin' complete
JB -'" CKNTS nml Four Coupon for
any book Iu tho Itugby Series,
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For Bale at a Bargain.
Two 80-foot quartered onk coonters, one
KS-foot quartered oak wall case, one 12
foot show onse, Uve onk tables nnd chairs,
nnd all other furniture in tbe store at
Wyoming avenue, Y. M. C. A. building.
Inipilro at Prank Moyer's ofUce.
Wx open in our tiew store this morning.
The SciiANTON Cash Stork.
Card ot Thank.
I desire to thank the friends ot my late
liushnnd. and especially bis associates lu
the Dickson works, and the officials of tbe
company for the sympathy aud kindnesB
shown In my recent groat bnronvemont.
Mrs. L. S, Fkloky.
S24 Wyoming Avenu.
Guernsey Bros, have leased the store at
'JI Wyoming avenue, where they will Io-
rule mi April 1st ami will continue their
wholesale nnd retail business of selllug
planus ana organs ol the best makes.
The Women's guild will serve dinner
and tea today at their rooms, Wash
ington avenue, Dinner from 12 to 2, tea
from H to 8. Dinner ftUc,, to. 25c.
27, 183 25 j
Philadelphia. . . . JJ.il.'i US 1,040,941 28 90
York 116,018 20,793 5 HI
I)18ClSSINa THE PARK.
After the bridge question had been
discussed in all bi-ariags Colonel Kip
pie nitro luced the qu stion of parks.
He stated that it was necessary for tho
purpose of pate baling the same that an
iifliniintive vote bi cist at the ap
proaching election Thd matter was
dlicaiied very favorably by nearly all
present and the committee on Ittorn
ture was instructed to prepar I a sop i
rate tract in relation to tno proposed
park puichass. It wis the coucnsus
of opiou that the park question would
act as a stimulus to that of the build
lag of the bridges.
Mr. Mooro stated that the board of
associate 1 charities was contemplating
the advisability of given worn to the
unemployed and if parks could be pro
cured this organization would do much
to improve them
1 he meeting wai most satisfactory.
A liberal discussion of the proposed
improvements took place nud the meet
ing adjourned to couveue again next
We open in our new store this moruiug.
The BCRAHTOa Cash Siohk.
FATHER PROTECTE0 HIS SON.
Would Not a . on tha Stand and Cbarg
Him with Theft.
James Dinner, a young man who is
considered a very competent plasterer.
was arranged before Julge Archbald
yesterday afternoon charged with the
larceny 'f an overcoat from bis fathor,
It is slated that the young man Is
addicted to the use of strong drink and
on six occasions pawned the overcoat
to get the wherewith to crook his
elbow. After tile seventh pawning
Banner crooked his elbow too often,
becamo helplessly drunk and was
arrested. A pawn ticket found ou his
person by the police led to the dis
covery that he had ptwnil his father's
cont. Danner's relatives wanted him
prosecutsd and on Dec 20 he was sent
to jail to await trial on a charge of
larceny and receiving and Policaman
diaries W. Ridgway's name entered
I ne father, Joseph Dinner, was put
on the stand yesterday anil knocked th
prosecution into a comatose condition
by declaring that he did not want to
prosecute his ion fiu- stealing the coat,
us he bad allowed him to tak it. He
further stated that they had used the
coat in common for threo years
"I hers seems to be some mistake
here," remarked Julge Archbald, "and
1 wiil oidsr a verdict of not guilty."
"Your honor, 1 think this matter
should bs investigated," s ltd Attorney
K, J. lisiimish, who was defending
Banner. "It seems the police have
bono pets 'en I ing tins man.'
Sergeant John Davis and Police Of
licsr David Roche were called, but
wore unable to off r anything tending
to sustain tho charge.
"I see uo use in punning this mat
ter," remarked the judge.
"I do not desire to,1' replied Mr.
Beamish, "further than to show the
public on what llimsy pretexts inno
cent men are often dragged before the
bar of justice."
"Well we will take tbe precaution of
entering a verdict of not guilty," smil
ingly replied tbe judge, aud it was
Dinner promptly made his exit.
W f. opeu in our new store this morning.
The Scranton Cash Htohk.
Bredleiton ft Woera' and Bnllmtlne'i
Ales are tho best. E. J. VY aliu, igeut, II
JANUARY 25, 1894.
Your choice of threo beautiful
pictures, "Telephono I iii I," "De
liveiing t'lnistinn Presents"
and "Maidens Swinging." Send
by mall or messenger or bring
OOttpona like thisof three differ
etit dates, with 10 cents, stamps
or coin, to
Cor. Penn Ave. and Spruce St.
PROP- ,S0R JOYCE IN COMMAND.
Chlmiuls Connors Spiak About tbe
Lackawanna School Principal.
"Say, we'res de snortiu' editor uv de
Thybl'sk, by:"lnqnlred a youthful son
of America and Btllevue of Tilt: TBI
BUNE's office boy yesterday.
"Aw, wot fell duz yer want of him'.'
He's busy uu' cunt see yer," responded
the o b,
'Well ye can tell him dat a wery
particular f ren' ' his'n, wat is called
Cblmmla Cnuuers by all de blokes wot
know blm, wants ter see him.''
When young Mr. Conner w s Dlher
ed into the editorial rooms of the Thin
ONE he familiarly greeted each member
ot tho stall', and then sinking into a
chair placed his fvet upon the desk of
the sporting editor, and r.-mnrked:
"All of youse uoospoiper ducks is
lookiu' out o' site wid yer long bair
an' wi'ts nn' black bateau' dose dizv
blonde shoes. Soi. on de dead, ef 1
wuz tor wear togs lika dole de gang
wud shako ma lure. But dut's all ir
rev'lent, as Professur Joyce wud soi.
Youse felleys tau't I'd siiakea youse,
didn't youse ! Well, date all right only
as how it isn'. Ye se 'twnsdisway.
Oive meorcig'rette will yer?"
The society editor shoved over one of
the ''Sexton. Hopo" brand, and youug
Connors continued i
"I'm goln' ter school. Were ' Well,
now'ero now, cause how de Professur
Joyce is get tin' too giy, an' wants ter
scrap. I'd go him ter er twenty loaudi
mess'lf, only he's out o' me class. Me
busiuesi wuz gettin' rotten an' erbout
free mom's ago me fadder sez dat
I'd better be goin' ter school
dan loeln' all me dust I'rowin'
craps with Muggsv Boike an' de
reit uv de gang. 1 wuzu't 'ticularly
stuck on shiniu' dood's shoes in dis
dizzy weddir un' I tole de ole man dat
his umiturments wuz my setitsrmentr.
An' dat'l w'y I've given de crowd de
shake. Professur Joyco is er star, yer
can bet. We baiut goin' tsr
have eny more school fur
t'ree er four inonl's, er ez
long ez he can get de long grien
widdout workln', Di school burd tried
de lallygug act wid him but be didn't
see de same way t-z dey did. De pro
fessur is Htarviu' I t'ink, cauee his eloee
don't bang ou ter his shaps like w.it
dey ust He ustler bev wiud teasers
but dey is all gone too an' de winds
don t play d'ere annymore. D'ere wuz
only seven kids in de school
dis moruiu' an' de professor sed
dat wo cud go home till h
sends fer us Here's a pitchoor 1
drawod do odder day. an' jre can print
It IndeTkTBUXB an give it away fer
free coupons an' ten csnts ef yez want
ter. Well, 'along, funks fer de pasi,"
said Cbimmle as he folded up a com
plimentary pass for the Eden Mus?e.
Mr. Couiiors's pen and ink sketch is
Aro worth going a long distance to
see. No such collection can be
found nearer than New York or jg
Pbllsdelpbia, and then it is notsnr-
passed in tbe matter of uulquoaud 5
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daiutiousi aud delicacy of mate- 5
rial. Iu a word, our Curtain stock I
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'I w hat is hhould be, snd cannot S
tail to mfet the approval ol the
most refined and artistic taste. S
Vet all this does not mean Ligh &
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be luund the very choicest crea S
lious in Brussels. Irish Point, Swiss, S
.Nottingham nud 1. ther Luce (ioods:
slso the New !?nowftake Kwiss,
with S-ilk hlripe iu contrasting
colurs. Alo full lines of Mlk
htripes, Tapestries, etc., mii!e to
I HILL & CONNELL I
WILL GO TO HOUSE OF REFUGE.
Young Lawrence Loughlin Convicted
of Having Stolen a Bag of Rags.
Acquitted of Other Charge.
Young Liwrence LougbUn was yes
terday 00-vloted of huviiiir stolen a
big of rags from Moses Cohen, but
recommended to tue extrems mercy of
The boy went on the stand and swore
tnnt the rags exhibited in court by
Moses Cohen were not tne ones lie sold
to Harris Cohen. He said that on July
8 liis mother gave hiin a bag of rags to
sell as a reward for picking coal. Thil
was done to enable him to get m iney
for to celebrate July 4 Evidently the
jury did not believe linn.
After the case was given to the j iry
Lougblau was immediately arraigned
on auother charge of Jaroeny and ro-c-iving
before Judge Archbald. It was
alleged that on July 10, last, about '-.' 3d
in the afternoon he entered the store of
Thomas Cavanangb, at Cirbondale,
while Mr. aud Mrs. Cavanaugh were at
their home across the street eating
lunch. It is said that young Lovgblan
forced opeu the door of a small room in
the rear or the store and stole u box con
Mrs. Caviinanirh sw Loughlin leav
ing tho store and cried after him, but
he pretended not to hear her After
the testimony for the prosecution had
been beard Attorney B-amish asked
the judge to return a verdict of not
guilty, for the reason that the com
tnon wealth did not disclose the length
of absence from tho storo of the Cuv
uianghs or that the b y was een en
tering the store; that he was only seiii
leaving it and that some other p?rs n
might have committed the theft, as no
portion of the mo.iey was traced to the
possession of the boy.
Judge Archbald ruled that Mr.
Besmisb's position wns correct and dl
rected a verdict ot not guilty. It is
probable that oti Saturday the court
will direct that the boy be sent to tho
House of Refuge.
He is charged with the larceuy of a
muff aud sum of money from a store
iu Carbondale a short time ago, but
tho case has not yet been presented to
the grand jury nnd it is thought nd
visablo to place him beyond the pale ol'
Wl open in our new store this morning.
The r-cn anton I'asa Stork.
REf ERRED TO ATTORNEY GENERAL.
County Treasurer Powll'i QasrU Will
Be Pasaed upon Officially.
On Monday Couuty Treasurer Powoll
wrote Auditor Ueneral (tregg, request
ing information with regard to thea
trical licenses, H wanted to ktuw if
the payment of 50 warranted him in
giving a licenue good for iierformances
iu the county for one year, or simply
an exhibition. He also requested to be
informed as to wlint means he should
adopt to enforce the payment of the
llcinie, and just what the law is re
garding museums that give theatrical
The auditor general replied yester
day that he had referred th nutter to
Attorney Gineral Honsel for an opin
ion. Ah soon as it is given he will
transmit it to Mr. Powell
County Treasurer Martin, of Lan
caster colintr, asked the auditor gen
eral for uu official interpretatiou of the
hazy noi tion of the uct of 1S43 with re
gard to the $50 license fee, and accord
ing tothe Allenlown Chronicle received
a reply to tbe effect that he should col
lect oi for each performance, uulesi
the company could show a license
granted by some other county treasurer
in the itate, aud dated within a year.
The auditor ireueral stated that a li
cense fee of r0 paid to tbe treasurer of
any county gives the theatricil troupe
a license for one year, good to play in
any place in the itate except Phaladel
pbla and Pittsburg.
Wi open in our new slore this morning .
The ycRANToN Cash Stohi:.
Lr. (' C. Lal'bach, dentist, Gas nnd
Water compauy building, Wyoiniug ave
nue. Latest Improti meats. Eight years in
THE LAST TWILIGHT
Will Bi Oiva by Professor Gecrg B
Carter on Saturday Aftarnoon.
Professor George B Cirter, organist,
will give tbe last twilight recital ot
the season at the Elm Park chnrob ut
4. UO Saturday afternoon, lie will be
assisted by Mrs. Alfred Conaell, con
tralto, and Mr Wooler, tenor. Pro
fessor C irter will give 11 verbal de
enption of the selections from Tann
nauser and of Cnopin'l "Funeral
March," which he will render.
The doors will opeu at 4 p. 111. and
close promptly at i.'i). This recital is
free to nil and the prognnim ar
ranged ia exquisite and appropriate. It
' Let Their Celestial Voices" Handel
Theme and vnristions Uesse
Vocal duet, "ily faith Looks L'p to Thee''
anaujoni on nn American Air r iogier 1
Overture, "111 Trnvatore" Air bv Carter .
' Shepherds Say aud First Pilgrims j
Choi us" TaLnhaoser
Contralto, "Oood Bye" Tost I !
"Funeral March" Chopin '
Wk open in rur new -tore this morning
Tho Scranton. Cash MoP.k.
AflNG HOUSE KEEPERS MUST PAY .
Will Have to Obtain a License from tha
According to the instructions recently
transmitted to the county treasurers of
thestite by Auditor General Gregg,
the county mercantile appraisers are
directed to assess all owners of eating
bouses, restaurants, oyster saloons,
etc , not selling sptrttous liquors, ac
cording to the amonnt of business
transacted. The owners of these estab
lishments are then directed to secure
a license from the county treasurer as
provided in tue act of April 10, IS 19.
Tho assessment is fixed us follows:
On sales nf $500 to $1,000, $5; $1 000 to
$2 000, (jilO; $9,000 to (9.000, $12: $3,000
11 $5 000, $80; $5,000 to $10,000 $30
$10 000 to $15,000, $75; $13 000 to 20 000,
$125; $80,000 una over $200.
5!n Jottra Lowknbeho has bought Mr.
Thomas Franckc'l drug store, at the cor
ner of Washington avenue and Spruce
street. Mr. Loweuberg is a graduate of
tho Philadelphia College ot Pharaiarv of
ten years' experience. The store will be
kept well st cited with pure drugs, medi
cines, perfumery, toih-t and faucy arti
cles Physicians' prescriptions aud taaiily
reciu;aiefully compoaud d. ,
Afttv Swemlnc Off
Mow nani have taken vows of absti
uciico with tne birth of the new year i
perhaps haul to estimate, but vie now
know that such ellorts are futile ngsiest
inveterate habit, a habit which has become
a dleraie. There was n time when it
wtuld have been ensy to quit, but having
neglected to do so the habit contiuued un
til by tbe coustant or fr, quent use of the
pi ioii there was forced a change in the
nervous system which made it cot only
r posMine 10 uriiiK, out necessary, men
! you could drink a good deal and not seem
to get drunk, bat you also found it ueces
! snry, to keep you feeling good ami yuu
, '"craved liquor" because you had become
diseased. Now that sweanngjoff does no
; good and the pledge can't be kept, go aud
; make your resolution good for all tune by
I taking treatment nt the Keelev Institute,
7"H Madison avenue. Srautou, Pa.
THEY FILL THE BILL.
Wo Lave the mosi complete sMrtment
Men's Furnishiun Unoda that ever sppealed
to tbe eye ur to the taste. Soma uf our new
shades and desiuiis in Ties re especlsdy n"
tractlve. They are kelhug at fltturet whic .
tve yo.i U0 excuse for being without all sorts
ol HIM uud stylet.
ill lOUlCtll, HATTER
205 Lackawanna Avenu.
Dr. Hill Son
frt teeth. S5..W; best set. : for gold caps
and teeth without plates, calle I erown and
bndjte work, call foe prices and refereroe
TONALtilA. for extracting teeth without
pain. No ether. Xo gas.
oi;i; misr n 1 ion vi. bank.
tfor Furniture, Etc.
119 FRANKLIN AVENUE
Have yon ever Huntington tried
For oysters stewed' or oysten
At Lackawanua avenue 413
You'll find the nicest you have
Open Until Midnight.
NO FAKE SALE
AT M, BROWN S BEE HIVE.
Best Sets of Teeth, $8.00
Including (he painless extracting
of teeth by au entirely uew pro
cess. S. C. Snyder, D.D.S.
las WYOMING AVfci
25 Per Cent.
W e will allow 25 per
cent, discount on all
sales in our Cloak,
Fur and Millinerv De-
partmeut before taking inventory.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. -On our stock of
Dr. Jaeger's Woolen Underwear, etc. (slightly imper
fect), we will allow a discount of 15 per cent. The
above are bona fide offers and our patrons should not
fail to take advantage of them.
BROWN'S BEE HIVE
224 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.