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SCHANTOH; TRIBUNE MONDAY MOItMJSG. aIAKCII L(J. 1S94.
Day Vai Obi rvjd by tbs D'ftNBl
Chorcta of the City.
ttmss i m
ii 1 1 1 l gunnn I VII OUI I L I
AND MACHINERY CO. I
DO Vol AN i ANBt W
NECK BAND on
your el l shirt Wo do it,
JC8 Ponn Ah.
A 6. WAKMAN.
1 20 Wyoming Avenue
BARGAINS I N
HASKEL BLACK SILKS
4 15 Lacka. Averiua.
Mattings, Rugs, etc.
WILLIAMS & McANULTY.
'2.7 Wyom Ing A v 3.
CITY NO ItS.
A bail w.ll b gi7n as Music Hall
fiiij-" 37 the Sons of Lacrawanm.
Dr. niton h.is removed hi rtf.cn an 4
riilnc (nai MS Atlanta av:iiie to iJl
Tha sale of seats far Dsniel Frohmai's
3?at company,; vAmeraan Abroad " iil
open at the Acaiiem.7 of Itasic ta9SOCT W
mornin,; a: '. a. m.
The eranl ;ar7 mail athr return 10
court Saturday, and not htviajf complst!
us iahor. n SMtiened taw wlr i7 or
der of Judi Edward.
Acerrlatr on.ri b Contractor John
Fiizpatriclc of N'ortii Par waa '.nir' br
T(inioo '.Vyomins ave.ia dwird
f IrrtoM and wr-c ; !
il.ua Tii'.io Lvv.a has enjae'l taa i' M
C A. Hall Im th vn;nic of April
Tvbea with ".h" aasiatani-eof her cum, sh
will givaan evsninsf f Aesthetics.
Thore wer 701 prsor.s ia iftendarK a',
the Monday school of tha Penn Avenun
fiaptist church InaW, and eisf'it nv
members wr received into the crnrob by
A mt:nsc of th joint eurlitir.g commi"
tn of both brancnes of connril will be
halrt PrOdaaedav r,1ght to settla np f.h
r.nsi'iesa of tbe fla;al yr. it will bo ths
laat ti'f m rwgaoizktion.
The Ijlielliea tran.saet,s. by the Soranto
Clearing association during Ihe pt weic
iM: Monday. 111:5, 2f;.-C Tno-tdar. 1115,
171.71: VVcdomday, 1 13,1. I!.'": Thnr'il,
laftMV; Sutarday. IlKO.lfV! !il ; total,
MM l :.'.
Ttoeoeety ntsditsl eoototy wiii hold a
meeting in the ooroner'. office nt tne 0081
bonne this f (MTSOOM Mt 9 reiodl sharp to
a:tnd MM fnnrnlof Ir.:or(f H TtirOOp.
I. M. J, VViiliama praaidnt of tha aodety
kaMMMtM Km iniwtini'.
far Sn. M of th Trnrtion company
Viroltti a j ,nrnal whilo on tho Jermyn
nwi'c'.i n-ar Plloafcurj ynalarday after
noon, rtdajlnz f raffle for v,m little time.
A pair nt wn-ls for the oar had to bs sent
from Ibis city before it e.oid l brought
The fnneral of 1t. (ieore H. ThrOOp
will lie held at St. LnkVa r.hiirr-b on ti on
day afternoon, Merrli Mj at : ;'l olocj
Vheri the service at the church liaye Ix en
ronclnded the body will bMOOmBdilod to
tho char of the Masonic fratMTolty,
ondcr wt.oae nuHLlcet tho IstMnnont will
Frank CninpDill was vestrdav trvlni to
a;ll a sledifo DMBUMf marked "t. K." and
faucet Officer Mills thouirhr.
C'aiiipbeH'H possessions hnspicious, Inaa
much as a aatlrfactory UplaoMtlon could
not im made, nnd locked b'.rn np. The
police think tho articles belong to Bomo
contractor or plomtxr.
An amateur minstrel performance will
be given In Mnslc Hall abont the middle
of April by a number of well known
voudk men of this city. AOXrOf tbOM
who will tnke part in it am IMwurd
Coleiaao, Nel,on Fects, Lonls Jones,
Jnmcs K. Davitt, ('. iJerny, U. BdWMrit.
L Prim ond II. uOBA The procoedt will
be devoted to chanty.
llnmey Smith mill Joseph Toroliska
were released (rum the comity jail late
Hiit'jrday nlht on ball in tho sum of tdiX)
each, iirnlabeil 1V Martin Wovshnar.
Tbey wen? committed from Old I'orjjo
March lOon m assiuilt and battery char(c.
Thomas O'Uounoll. who was committed to
jnil last Friday fornswilt up in 0. rt. Liilz,
lias been roleased under $.lfHJ b ul.fui m -he I
by John Campbell, for appearance at
Hainpfffr Imported Rabbits.
The above to order on abort notice nt
FriKD Martin's, Penn nvo.
i-TRONO 6ella at auction tho contents of
a H-room bonne next Tuesday at 1 p. tn.,
611) Mulberry street.
McUridk's now Turktah batb. Kvery
tbinB new. 5U0 Sprue street, ujipoaite
Varloui Choln G.w. Tiur 1'i'st Et
forls at Ihe Services in Commemo
ration ot lha RMturroclion of Ihn
Savior ot Mankind M.my Abla 8ap
mont Praaehal by Olargyman on
Ihe Lesson ot the lay.
Tli Baatar aarrlcaa halt in th
Baanton ohnrob vattarday in eon
uiiiuoratlon of the Raanrraatton of tha
S.ivtor of tnunkmd wore, Ml rule,
lurg ly atten.le.l. Many of tba dtfloai
Tr, resplendent with baMQttfal Moral
decorations, and the observance ot tti
day wai thoroughly In kmpttit; with
th joyooa eharaotvr of tli event
At the Pnn AvemiJ Itajdist ehure'i
th Hrrlo was ninl atiraotlva A
abate of thirty voleaa, Im l by Jo:m T.
V ttkioa, itudartd tha inniloal alo
tions in almost tanlllau ityla at the
tnornlng ami avanlnn inUnit Tn
pattor, Rbt liVamn vl Partrldtfa,
praaobad analoQaut Kuster laruion In
th m ruins' from th let, "Aud as
w have born th itntijs of the
earthly, w ahull also baar th intau
of the heaveuly." the theme balUV. " I'll
Raturraotloa of th Daad." In th
itfMruoon th Banday aebool hii p
A baanilfvl noaloal proaratntn wa
carried out at th Bin rafkaborob
,: ;dr th ittraoHoo ' ProtaaKW 0,
i rothrro In th nornlagtb pator,
Uv v H l-aroe. pitaokad an aarn
at diaooorai upon the ttwtno. "Tha
Elnpty Tomb," tt wu liitanad to bv
laiir indtanoa, wiio aaaniad lo b in
beartftlt sympathy with evry word
nitarad by lha aptaktt, The time of
tba awning Hrviaa was pttnolpally
tsketi up with ipaelaJ Baatar nnaio,
Roaaatn a Sabat Maier beiurf skilfully
reudered nndai the laadarablput I'ro
faaaar Prothtroa, Tha Urge ditioe w.is
crowded at loth services
The Easter prcg-.utuiue a: th Bin
Park Sunday school was tilled with
anaatully good nnnbara, Mrs. Ada
ruks i.wa with p!eaiii eitect. Tha
Dickaon Qnitar, Ban jo and Mandolin
clabplayad In anannar tbatelicud
!h winu-st conrMndatlon, Little
Miss Brando r-ctted "tiretolien'' in a
pUtutivj an 1 u!ctivo icauuer.
k,Fatbar of Mtrctu" was tb t.tl of a
o' i by y. Phoaba Muith, of Provi
de:ice. ae sanp with tioil affaet. The
mtatioaary ooUaotloa utumu'ei toov.-r
XiW CBOISI FINE PSKFOitMaNCS.
1' ftts c::oir of ta Firs: Fresby-
tu eanrcb did tplandldly yattrday.
It was tie first aspaaraiut of tbo
chorus iwi i:s organiittloa two
inoa'.ns a;o. an 1 thr hid bea coa
s: !rble discussion amon taoe inter
eatad a to th music tnat would bo
lreJ. T's verdict h i ban ;ivon,
and It is tQat the work could not be
battar. Th choir annbar l ovar fifty
v.-ic, and mad a fia appaaraooa o:i
the new choir gallery that was erected
fcr tbm daring th past wak. Fcom
tb Brat antm ia tna moraine to ths
clcsiair hoars last areaing no; the
liijthtaat error was mde. and they
n tg M If tsey bad baea organized for
Tbaebnrth w mt h-indsoculy
Sacotatad tritb Eistr lilies and a prj
fnai a of iljwsrs. Tba progranna, as
printed in Sitardty's Tkibl'se. was
carried out to tb l-tter. Th last n
thm, "s;cz LTato tba Lor!," was the
clinax of th fin projramia. anadia
piay id '.a ability of the choir. I was
,i .v; :i cantata in ttair, am to ntt
farant ebangaa in tba harmony an 1 in
tr.e g-!uril eflscti wr niveii in a
rsar.nr that show 1 MtSt 7ry careful
traininif on the pirt of toe oondno
:or. T iii.e Morgin. To soprtno solo
in tbis selection was rendered very
Tall oy Mrs L-wij, and tn bass solo
by Fred Csrr, n yoopg man not yet 80
years old, I nt the pns.vsior of a re
rairleably fin aoiea Om of th avet -at
parts io tba r.to-'.u wis sing by
lad M voices, coin rx ' I of M."'. llerksl
nd aflat Graot lt,se, first soprano;
Mis Varna MitobaN and Mm H. Led
snan, aaeond sopcanoa. and Mini Msy
Kinaabwy and Anni Rose, altos
hev Lr. UeLaod daltrarad a forcible
sermon on th resurrection, and Ki'e
reaaon for the chanitin,' of the day of
worship from the last to the first of the
w?elr. tba evidencs of the resnrrection,
and drw Iron It many lesson Th
aamon was full of thought and wis
dom At the aranlog servic tha choir
again oe.izhted all listeners.
RD PBIiBYIKltlAN CHbRf.ll.
Tha aarTioai at th Bioond Praaby
lariaa dlBfa wrs particularly Iwauti
fnl and inspiring Doltl norning and
erening. The following xallent choir
of voicas wss heart to advaulag:
H rprmo- Mr II T. J.iyne, Mr. F. 1).
P.rewsiar, Mrs K M. Hirattou, Mis Jessie
.' in-.", Mlse Husle Itlnrlr.
Alio Miss Annotte K-ynolds, Miss A
Tenors 'I nomas Uynori. Oeorije DaWltt,
ll.iss'.j Hector Jsfri's, It hert H V ,rls
Qs) ,(iie : .yes presided at th organ,
Tne pastor, K'v. f.'uarles B, Robin
son, 1 0, in th evening uuv the
cloainf laotBMof the srls on "The
Orest Woraaa of th Old 1 st iinan t "
Th IhtHM was "King LttnDfl'l
Mother," tho treatment, of which
proved to h highly Intartatlog,
At Trinity Lnthnran th serrioss
wre of spfOlaJ inteiost A carafully
prepare I proiramme of noila was
carried ont In the inorniru, the fol
lowing pwrsoii tnklngpsrl:
Boprana Mini F Oaragan, Mis a
H'e leTg, Miss A Winlersteiii, Mias M.
Mori(anu, Miss jfaiBla tHflaaia, Mias ,ennle.
Altim Mis Ahble Orff, Misi !',arali lie k-
Tenors Frank Mrnlur, Mr. Miller, New
Hiss F,d L Unas Henry Hhnlrt,
Thomas Price, E. It. I'rothut .o, org tnlat
'I lie veiiiiiK service wiih under the
StUpioat of the Baaday KbOOl, assisted
by it I irge chorus of well known vo
coiiata, nccoiiipnnlvd by Lawreuu' or
At Urso Itefonmd chnrcli there
was rriornlfut prayer and coiniuunloii
Mtl0 80 subject, "Th Living One."
In the evening the thme of im inter
StitiK sermon by tha pistor was "The
i'ower of His KfiHurroulinn." Th
musical progranna was un aseallanl
one nnd wuu carriad out in a very
Tba services at Ht. Luke' church
were beautiful and iin; v Latg
nsHernhlsees irara th" ml. Tli almr-
1(1 III Al riUJL fit It HI. n, KVEItV
NOTED PLAdM IN ALASKA, Till':
UglTBtl HTATi'.si ami UKXICO.
i ivk m Min us on THK m IN
IKK. TKM CBNTf ami UMI
COl l'ON I Oil ANY NCMttSft
ing was of a hiuh character and th
obarrwsttion ot the day on which Cbrttl
arose from the dead was most iuipi'JS-
siraly obaarvad in t his ohnroh,
Bsrylce waa held tn tlr VVashbnrn
street Pruabytarlan ahnrob, W -st s d ,
ai 10,80 a tu, and? 80 p m The unsi
asl progranna w is , very irmd oft
and the rendition of the various selec
tion! wa izoailaut, Tua paator'i di
oouraei irara appropriate to ihj oooa
Th prognnna of Krvios ut th
Plynonth Uougreuatlonni ohnrob! West
Blda, hud I .e n enrsftilly piepumd mid
was tkllf ally otrriad ont In tbM a veil
ing the Ollolr ' io; three unlhems,
"Christ our Psasovar,'1 "tiroat is the
Lord," mid "l'nils Ye tli Kather. "
Boloi were randered by Miss Lily Jo
seph and John L, vViiiUnM kv i
J 'lies pre, lolled mi impressive aeriuuii
at ih uvuiiing sei vice.
The eel vices at the PrOVldaOOM Melh
odlet Bpltoopal ohnroh ware in ohuri;
ut i im Buaday aohool, Ttwra was a
missionary itrrloi at to :iu a m and
an Battat aarviae at 7 80 p m. Tha
pi ,i mi in tor the day wa an uxtrtmu
iy liitvivating on
A number of persons wr bnptir.ad
at th North Main AvaoU baptist
ohuroh in th norning The pro
yralnua of service for the day was In
vary raapaol appropriate to the joyous
IIOL.1 R01AR cm io II
D in inniloal progranna was ear
ned out at iioiy Rotary ohuroh, Provl
ilenoe, Beater norning Rev, father
D'Dounall anng the higbuaeaat 1030
U v l''albt Me.Manus waa deaoon said
RV, Fathai O'Toola subdoaooii and
preuober of tt: day,
the Sunday school held service at ti
p'olock in tne oVmiiIiii; at the First
Wvish t 'oogragational ohnrobi on
South Mum avenue, when an elaborate
musical progranna w rmWrrd
There ware a uuiubvr of aoloi and the
I ooaaion proved a hsppy one. Her.
I 'avid Jonea prtaidad,
Bsatar was beautlfolly obaarrad at
tha Hanptou Btraat Sltho41at Bolt
copal cnurob, Us v. A Coopar pas
tor. Speola! Katr nornlog prayrr
mealing was hel I at 7 o'clock, and at
10 a in. tha paator praaoaad to n larga
ooogregation. At 7 p. m there was a
pecial service coimietlng of short ad
draatae, readings, recitations and song
The VariOUl classes at the Sun lay
school also reported their missionary
contributions for the year, Tiid tuuiic
bv the choir was nailer th charge of
Rev, 11. Q lliniuaii at th regular soi
Profeanof T. J. Davie with the choir
ot s!xten voices, aud Miss Kuth J.tek
sou at the orgu, fnrniahad the music
at the Providence Preabytarian church
was of n high ordor and greatly up
predated by the lar'0 OOUgrMgations,
Pastor Collini preaohad in Ihe First
Baptist ohnroh at 10.80a, n, and 7.80
p. m. His theme at both services was
"The Rsaurrectloo." Tli ohnrob waa
beantifnllf decorated, a:id the music
rendered by th choir provud to be of
an excellent clisncter.
rba .'.i litorinu of St. Patrick's, on
:u West Si lu, wa decanted wuh
Bboioa tl Mivrs an I presented a Hue ap
pearanoa. At the 10.30 naia nnutr-
tette consisting of Mi.-s Sullivan, Miss
Carroll, Edward Walsh an I J, Cxi
U'lliy, rondsrsd "Aspargas," aud Miss
Ward, a talented young ltdv, gAV a
violin solo. Tho church choir, under
tb leadership of Profaator Haydn
Evans, rottdarad anthems from Schu
bjrf, Qonood, ifreason nnd (tuilmnr.
and the .service througuoat was inter
esting nnd impressive. ,
OIHER WEST SII)2 CHURCHES.
At th Tabernacle Congregational
and th Jsokaon street Baptist
church Eiatr exsreises were held
UUi churches Wir prettily daooratad
and large coiigregati'i is we,- present
at ail tu servi-.'. A 0 o'clock service
rai condocted in the moroing at St.
David' Episcopil o in roii an 1 a child
ren's ftauval was btld in the evening
Easter was also well obaerved iimoug
.ha Welsli churches of the West Sid.
Al th Welsi CalViolitla .Methodist
th putor, Rv. Ilnih Davioa, prachad
and a Hum progrsmm of BiaUr nnaio
wus rendered It v W. s Jonas ofB
oiatad in tba Flrel W--lh Hiptistaml
Hv David Joaes iat the rirst Walsh
1 ongregation il church. Tne aull
tori On of the Sumner aveuu Pr-tsby-tarlan
church wa ntatly decorated
and a large number of p in m altndsd
both services and listen I to i nit
discourses preacbed by Uv H Q
At th Oreen Ridge Presbyterian
church Kev. H P. Stahl preach I moi u
Ing and avaaing. Thaanrjaetnl the la t
t r meeting was "fh Signiticanci of
the Ueenrreotion, " Tim dlaoowwa war of
a highly intr'in nature and created
a dep unprossi in upon tba aodlenoj
Appropriate aaffioej were conducted
at th Orn Itidgn Haptlst churoii,
i'srk Place Methodist Bpfaoopal.Qfaen
It. lg Cbrlatiaa chapel, flalvary Hi
'crm"d, ZiOO Krnglical churcne
iiud tho (Jniircb of Coils', Hclinli.it.
NEGOTIATING FOR A PURCHASE.
gorantOO Tractlun Coinvany Hay Obtain
Ihe I'm b indal Hoai.
'teneral Manager Archer and Hupar-
lotandant Q ornlay, of the Boranton
Trnctlon company, were In Carbondale
Batnrday for the purpoeoof nagotiat
ing the purchase of the ( 'arbomlnle
Traction company' lines. N con
clusion was reached, hut. data concern
ing the business dona liy the arbnn
del company sine the op tiling of Its
road was obtained for presentation al
a meeting of ihe stock holder of the
HofantOU TrtOtinn company to be held
lii i'lillailelphla ellhvr today or tomor
row. Negotiations for tha piirelinai of the
(Jarboiidain Hue have been in prioress
fur dome tint nnd, It Is thought, will
result satisfactorily. Al any rate the
matter will bo carefully considered at.
tho Philadelphia ncetlng. and should
tba pfoieot n t with th approval of
the stockholders. It I altogether prob
anda that the deal will las spesdily
It is and that the (larlmnil tl 0 on
puny will i .'in begin operatl nia on nn
gtontion of their line, but this will, of
couro,di pend upon whether or not the
nmd la Hold. In MM of its purchase by
thn Boranton TraOtlcn company, there
will be no delay in the work of build
ing the piece of road from I'eckville to
Aichbald, the MMtfOOtlOQ of which
will provide a through line from Hrrati
t on to tbt Pioneer City, Thut the ,,-i
will be made annus to bn the general
opinion, although this cannot be de
termined for a certainty until utter the
meeting of the Hlnckiioldert In Phila
delphia. It Is not known exactly when the
Scratiton company will begin work
upon the nrop.iaed extension of Its lines
InthiH city, lint It ih understood Hint
there will be little, or no delay after
tho weather I. -mi thoroughly sot
pBTC tl Wii.i.iamhon l.i.iK.i F. and A. M.
Wilt meet at MaeontO ball Monday, March
'M, nt 1,80 p. tn. sharp, M attend the
nneral of brother Qaorga b Throop
Mnmbere of sisier lo Igei are c irtllally in
vited to attend,
T. V. Pk.nman, W. It
The 1 ... Leadi.
Wult for Gueruscy bros.' new goods.
HOUSE IS NOW READY
Froib igun's Itwattr Has Beta Cumpleitd
IT WILL BE mm TOHiGHT
An Army of Men anil Women Labored
Faithfully to Havo the Building in
lloadinuss for Mr. Russell's Pro
duction nt April Woathar ronlghl
ThMtargoari Havo a Surprlta In
Stoic tor 1 hem A S ite Uuildiii.
All yestsrday the fight ngalnst time
was kept up at th ProtbiogbaU th"
tin. and when the woikmsn stopped at
midnight the building wn pi m i icnll .
eoiupltd and ready fur the opi ning
TboM who will get thalr first glimpse
of the Interna- I. ml, Mil have r. plMSSaUl
urprise and reVaUtiOU In store for
tlieiii. No description can do justice
01 convey an nm unite I lea of the
beauty of the Moot lab daaigfl und the
dsllcscy and hiiriii niv of the decora)
lug. It must be seen tO have tho laaii ,
with which ttie architect's Ideas iuv,.
been carrlod out fully appreciated
Not a few us laid hh Siturd.iy MX
preaaad the ballet ihatii would be Im
possible to have the house ready hi'
tonight, but now all thee double buv i
beeu wpt away. The home is now
actually mud V.
Work wa rushed all day yesti i ley .
Ono force of men was pulling th
sent together, another placing than
In position ; deeoratora laiuued on i tin
wail, scene nakera were getting Hie
stage paraphernalia ia shape; decora
ion were draping thn boxes; and many
women were aelivelv engaged ici mi
lling nnd cleaning Hours aud lOWlog
and lining carpets.
The ProtblllgbaU was no iluce for a
BUIUMNO I'KKl'KI'll.Y s ine.
In regard to the safety of tho build
ing. Ih following from Ballding In
spector John Nelson will be of latere!)
lo tho public:
have visited the Frothlnghani theater
nliuost daily since Hi oonttructi n Was b
gun In ny official capacity as building In
spector ot Ihe city S. ran to i. 1 have
fonnd the building to be one ot the strong"
istaud best coustracted ediOcea in this
city. The colli in n tliat rapport the bal
cony ami gallery ere capable ol withstand
Ing a strain of ten li.ms (be possible ca
pacity that tbey win be called upon to bar.
The required factor of safety for col
umn is six, aud tho factor of tho Froth
Ingham is tan,
BjUetliiug about the beauty aud
couipleleneis of tlie new theater lias
been voiced nhrond, and at to-night's
performance will bo a uuciorr of shin
ing lights of tho theatrical world from
Now York und other cities It will be
a most .important event in lb
the itrical history of Scruton,
The piecs in which S ii Smith ItiH
el will make his bow in the new hotta
to-oight is his fatnui "April
Weather," lor whic'i a few Heals yet
rMiiiiu unsold. To-morrow night he
Will appear in "A Poor Relation."
Bauer's orchestra, led by Mr. Uau
er, wiii turoiah the noiic.
DKYISQ TliU HOCSli
Tiie large fnrnaoM were kept fireil
yesterday aud last night, und the
Diul'iing will b tnoroiighly dry, warm
and comfortable to-night
" o -FINE
BsauMfal New Deslans at &Iiss Fulls i'.-,
.r,14 f p-uc j 3lret
The Esster opening which ocenrred
at Miss Fuller'. 514 Bprnosstraot last
week, attracted much atiention on ac
count o'. its rare bsaoty mi l nag
nifieanco, Among the articles ex
bibitatl was tne Pr ineoa Nicotine bat,
an artistic proluctiou of th nilllnery
art, the trimming of which are lace,
jets, and feathered A little French
DOnnat trimmed with lace, violets an I
roses was also grsatly nlmirad by th
These, however, are but two of a
larg number of specimen! of headgeur
that need but to be seen to b'admirad
Mis Fuller's trimming iDptrtmeut
is in charu of an (Xpert designer and
ladies who visit her s.'o.-a will have no
trmi tilt lu securing just what they
want, no matter bow elaborate the
work rrriiiril uuiy be,
WILl ASK AN APPEAL
Juitln We", Oowb v Evtna'Hit, Ihlnks
lie Is IV roiiKfally Imp: lsened
Justin Kice, the cowboy evangelist,
who waa fined flT) by Mayor Connell
for preaching on the street aud violat
ing the law, but oho to undergo
twenty days' imprlsoiiin-uit in the
county jtil, will today wait nil apissl
from lb county court through bis at
torney, D. II Replovlo, In case Mr
Rice l admitted to ball th case will
probably bn considered by the grind
jury now In session
Mrs. Kice, with her baby, visitsd her
husband with Attorney !! ; i- ;U at lb
jail yeslor lay afternoon. When they
were In oouferenc for nearly two
TRACK WAIKINO R'SUITS FATALLY.
feha Hintnn ef Dleksoa ' ity llraoi by
D, & ii Ratine
The south bound Dalawara anl Rod
son psasengnr train aliuct ami killed
John Miuton, of Dickson City, near
Marvin abaft at J 10 o'clock Satur lny
evening. Tho nnlorliiuatn man waa
walking along th aide of the track al
Ihe tints of tl'.n accident nnd wiis
alruek on tiie bend by tha lam chest
of thn engln and hurled niliatauce of
a veral feet
The train was immediately brought
in a standstill and ib nan picked up
and conveyed to tile V ne Street It-
THEY WERE NOT IN IT
NOT EVEN FOR A MINUTE
We moan our competi
tors, whnn comparisons
waro made by our many
customers and friends. Tho
verdict wi'i ai wo pre
dicted. No such Hats and
Bonnet3 wore over shown
hero before. Display all
324 Lacka. Avenue.
ova in: VBOHT.)
tion. Ho was theu takeu to the Lacka
wanna hospital und examiued by the
physicians, who found that his skull
had 1 1 rii fractured an 1 his arm broken.
In a el:, it tin the p'ltieut rclaps-"'
11 o 11 icon cioisn s not at 1i.I5
' luck he Ii I
Mill 10 M a ( , 1 n er be tr e s
era snpeise l to eoi ilia way liom
froui Dickaon where no hid beau worn
lie was 1111 nam irrie 1 man, 83 years
ot ags nnd retided with bis father at
the Rlchnoad farm Tin ranaioi
were talren away from the hospital al
10 c 'clock yesterday forenoon, Ii If
not proli ible that an it qdett will be
STATU! Ul M AH I V MED PHESIOENT
i ununtait to Para h OrtAn Poat by
Hui ant hi Ctttntae,
An intaraotiog event ocourred ut the
110ms of Bsra 0. Oriffl 1 Post No 188,
1 A It, Httorday waning it was
tin- presentation to tbe Post by patriotic
Uillisnt of a bnndsons statin, of the
martyred president, Abraham Lincoln
A large amlluiici tilled the rooms 011
tbe OOMSlon. The iiuVclllug end pre
"illation was pi rl in nind by Judge K.
W. Archiiaid, who ileltvared an appro
pi lam spasob thai auoondsd with p ttri
The speech of SCO'ptanCS WSJ ma le
by Colonel t, L" fillolioook, wbos re
marks 011 bahalfof tbe post wera most
graoafnli Itav 11 Btaol and Rev.
M. D. Fuller also spoke briefly,
Tba status is ot bronsi an l stands
throe teet in height Ii is a faithful
portrayal of th martyred preaident
and will be treasured with care by lh
organisation to wliton It now baiougs
MENINGITIS AT PROVIDENCE.
That Dreadful Discas'i Has Ay,ain
Broken Out .and a Number ol
Persons, Are AHIicted.
Meningitis is becoming vary prv
ninnt In Providence, Bans tins ago
ll was thought that the disease had
died out, but that idea la now dis
pelled One physician alone has lis
typical caai-s of the nourgo under
traatnsnt, some ot which are of the
moat tlaugarou nature, and will prob
ably prove fatal.
'I ho illseas first mad its nppiarsnco
at the High Vol ks fh January and car
Had off two member of the Ketlrick
family, mother und son, in forty-eight
Sine i than upwsrls of sixty cases
have occurred in Various psrts of the
.North End. One doctor alone trsate i
lorty ciis.H, live of which died. Th
mortality has not been excessively high
considering the number of peopl who
have beau attacked A fill named
McSbsyue, who was buried Thursday,
lasted only four days after being at
tacked. Th attending physician
pronounced it a tvpicsl cas of
too disease. Dr. Lsckey, Sullivan,
Murphy, Donne and O'Brien have betin
in consultation and all are unanimous
as to the nature of tb disease. Tne
lis -use is considered by medical
authorities to b highly infectious, but
The mortality in p ist epidemics of
the fcoury ranged from 80 to 75 per
Most of those who snccumbe 1 to its
fearful ravages lasted only a short
lime, Some of them got pains in the
knees, some in the arm-, uud others
agouizlng headaches It is so hard to
divoroi contagion irnm infection that
it would be wisdom on the part of the
Dt tending: physicians to recomm n i
private Minerals and w.tkes an I p-r -lect
isolation. Simple or tubercular
meningitis is often nst with in medi
cal practice, but cas-s ot cerebri
spinal uenlugitls are fortuuataly rare.
FoctJ & 'Ii sr.
The business of this company waa es
tablished 111 ibiVi at &18 Lackawanna ave
nue nnd has bee a carried on at this loca
tion cou'inunusly. Bealdes th- wholesale
businesi which extends throughout a large
territory, tha company do a general hard
ware, steam, hot water and fiirnac.-heat -I
iic, tinning and piumbin baainaas, The
waieliouse i f t ie company la located 00
HaVMBth etreei on line of the Delaware,
tackawanoa n 1 Western railroad. Tne
officers are, V B Poots president; P, W.
bliear, vice prealdenti V, A. Avery, aec
retary, audi A. Waters, treasurer. See
advertisement on p ice 4
An i'ii . -1 1 1 : 1 1 1 y fr the Uaemployid
Von are out of employment
Invest your tun cn basinsas, sten
graphic or academic cilucstion.
Itnieana SUODMSM to von in the future
If you cannot pay us this jear make i;
Yon helped us 111 your ircaieti(, we
shall help yoO now.
Wood's college of bullosa and sliort
hnnd. Attiktion Sir Knights; The members
of iiiM'ar lie Loon unmmaodary No. 17
Kulgl.la Templars Will assemble at the
Asvlum Masonic ball Unuday, March ML
at 1 o'clock sharp to attend tha funeral of
Bir Qeorge B. Tbroop. Full Templar uni
form. By order of
Attest v. l Cokkkix,
Ernlni til Uonmander,
BPa Aim L Bi 1 i. Recorder,
To whom It may concern I! nneval of
Qdhcol's narrlaga worki to 8IW, 881, 833.
ags North Beventh street, opposite . . : :
Railroad ot Reel Jersey depot.
No oilier medicine has equalled Rod's
garaapnrilla In the rebel II gives in severe
cases ni ilvspt psm, ick hesiisCh, etc "
THI3 IS OUR LAST
GOODS WILL BE SOLD
AT A GREAT
AFTER APRIL 1 YOU
ME AT 417 LACKA.
SARDOU'S AMERICANS ABR0A9.
Will B divan Ita First Prsasntalion
Here Thursday l.vinnff.
Daniel Prnhman's Lyo nn O m 'v
"nip v w rtiiv v i 'i n
ir !i. I ii me -i
II I , I
MllS . I r I I
Ural time II e Vu' I I i B rl U'-Cml-
e iy, "Amertoan Abroad." Th pla
in aaid to bo especially adapt! to this
excellent company, mid proved one
of the tnoat pronounce 1 ? in . ,,
tha KeW V"! 'r r.vei-um haa ever kuoiv.i
'J ho fug igenout here i limited to one
night All the original kueuviy and
accesaorlea will be seen htr Tn fol
lowing Is the c oil
lilbnrt Raymond, an American Artist,
J 11. (iilinour
Itirhard rinrbanks, a lltch Amtnlean,
J. U. Pott
Itamlulpho, ii Frenchman of llsure,
Cantmlr Lajoliy, a Boclal Parasite,
Lord Baltonstall, no English Tourist,
Hardin, a DeOoratiVS Artls'.
Marcal Ueorge Holme
Plorenos Wmiiuop, an amtrlvan (Hrl,
Jessie Palrbanks, iter Coaslb,
Umi truds Hi vi i s
Baronetads Beaomont,a aVwiety Broker,
Mum. I 'out curie, a Sin dug 'Jeaehnr,
lima Olivares, from Bio Jaoeiro,
Msiy Bitot I'l'e
Angela Daugbtersof (JoaAbvll
Ida..., i lime iivaies Barbara If lllar
Braoku sells carpets and turmtaro Taas
day al 1 p in. Ol'J htulbON y allot.
imported Rabbits M Fred Muit'.ti s.
138 Wyorn 1 - i,
YY'5- ar'- n ' 'iMu l i f a
very comp.ott; and ex
cellent ccjll. ction of
A Handsome LilueCuav- r-r "ii
Btorn .Sorge, iu blna anl C " (
BlMk, at ,., O I .)'.'
Import! French Klllr Oil' "II
Capes at 10..Mj
Fine '.'loth Opjs at
Ladlae Jackets, the lat mi C-i ' f
StylM SBd In all colors.at ijTtsJU
We show to LATEST DBSIQNB of
TK1MMLD HAT'S and BONNETS,
and ulso a lerge variety of Lillet anl
Children's I'.ViitJM MED BATS and
a large aMOrtmant of FLOWERS.
VYesbowth Urgtst aaeortneut of
Wuun, Matt lUMa, Baaw and other
........ ioi..i: n .,ai,-i i.j niuiivi, 'Ji .... w,. , , ...
Bull 4 Beelay, iai Wyoming avenne, ' hU'Kh LA A N CAPS tad HATS
a: very lov
MMI!l)ll9lllllll!lllitllHIIIII91l!illlltm; "' !
1 Procrastination . . . CONWAY HOUSE
DAY BY DAY
it etn.li the profit of tie nan z
who wait to advertiss 5
g morrow. s
Henry Battin & Co.
S S " 'er bnt S
j advertise BAROAIHg today s-: g
1 BARGAINS TODAY
;- In AGATE WAKE,
- BLUE WABE, TIN r
r WARE aud WOODEN' s
2 morrow, but ttourt your bataUiM u jj
CU 126 PENN AVE.
ISS and IM XMSS 1TESCE
On the Amer.can Plan.
b TUL'.vL b Ltvrt.. S' . Lf'. t-".' li.e.e.
V'W OILS IO THi M'BUC.
Heated t Steal SB Elaettlt lie. Ba-.k
IlOs uii s-aih fit'Oi. VTeil
LlchTed an. i alee KOOVSS,
Ml THE MOOBBX I.Mr O V LMtS 1 1.
03c.-e oa seeoad no ? Oooi saap.
Tvoa attacliec .
Dr. Hill & Son p- J- CONWAY, Prop
ft teeth. .VV1: Iwt set t for colli caps
stid teeth selthnnt t lates called erosrn and
rnoge wort, can lot prires asa re:erbSK
TON AT. Gl A tot (ttractm.
Best Sets of Teeth, 3 G0
,1 1 ...inn.- ti... jinuncas extracting
it Math by mi tnilreiy 1 ,-.v 1. e
S. C. Snyder, D.D.S.
1U3 WVUMINU AVI.
l'Sia. Noetlier. KO(a
oveu El Kst KATIOXAl BAXtt
GLOVES and CORSETS
Sunt your corsets to bo re
boned or now Bteell pot in.
We do it neatly auJ at a
123 Wyoming Ave.
teen vrttiwai ye have a larea auort
PLAID AUD FANCY CAKES,
ICE CREAM aaj WATER 1CE
Leave your crier at
227 WASHINGTON AVE.,
or 4 13 LACKA, AVE.
Our Lackawanna avenue
restaurant open until mid
QK"" Eureka Laundry Co.
r StUclattOPflfzZti. All kinda of Lanndry work gnartnttal
I EE U'Hl LNE r
Better Than Most $i00 Shoe; You Bu
MADE L IKK HANO-StWEO,
1 0 Sens or lacks lo Hurl Your Net
All Btylossnd Wlllthl In lontrest or l.ao.
The Bcsi Shoe oa Earth for Ihe Money
Try a Pall niiil you Mill wo.tr aOOtttl
RANIQTCD'C nil SHOE on
unr.iui uiv ounj.vo every box I
BANISTER'S, 8 UcMaJio ;e
Our ti o ShoRo are a good a anybidy'e ?3 oo Shjee.
224 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Hoys' Sweaters, white or pray. On Monday, 49c.
Men's New Spring Neckwear, light and dark colors; worth
35c. Monday, 21c.
Special Bargains in Moire Ribbons, black and colors, on
Special Bargains in Flowers on Monday.
Men's Linen Collars. .;-py moo linen. On Monday, 4 for
M. BROWN'S BEE HIVE
2'Zl LACKAWANNA AVBNOB, SCKANTO.Y