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THB SCHANTON TE1BDNE iitlDAT MOUSING. APRIL 20. 1S94.
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April ioth, we will
sell All-wool Hxtra
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Base bail news will be found on the
A tins tram of bank ball of th uH
between the Dickson Citv and Providen. n
teams will begin tonight at tho Dickson
"Alabama" will be nrcmnted at tho nw
FrotbingUam theater this eveniiiir by a
company headed by Frank Q Dinj and
I 'lenient BalntMridm A fnrmr rnnlnmah
Mrs. Rachael liefer, of the Vv'est Side.
wno has been under treatment at the
Lackawanna hospital for an asthmatic
trouble, was yesterday discharged as a
Forty-one vonnir men hvo hvn en.
rolled and mustered in as ir.emb"rs of a
company to be attached to the Sheridan
Lines ha'talion ani a meeting for the eiec
tion cf officers will be hold Wednesday
The Smith Heating and Ventilatine
company, of Bonon, has sublet Its con
tract at No. 13 school to Uunr and Conned
for a consideration of IVu Ilowlev H
nd Gnnater Forsyth were the other
William Mr-Adams, a Delaware, f.aclca-
wannaann Western braiceman, had his
lingers squeezed while coupling enrs in
the depot vard 7eaterdav. Hie ininri..
after which ilcAdams wont to his home iii
1 ine Brook.
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The VOU12 neorle of t'nn Vrrantnn
I.eiderkranz gave a ihe.ot and nillow case
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.emier. nroreasor Koon ? Professor
iuriwuuru ih music. ADout forty
live Connie attended tb.enor.ial.
Acheuser Bosch Bear.
!.ooli Loll man's, &i bwuce ot.
No. 0 America Wo. 9.
No. f) of this handsome portfolio Is now
hj . lor Oi-t o 11 on
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES,
Thomas M. Stewart, of Hrrantr.n. wa
j no tv 111 m j 11 iiii 1 1 a iiirn. larn m
Ybe tond of K A. Philbin. collector of
The bond of Oeo. Higflon, ta collector for
1 luiDfl Dornti re in i ... mnm ni w mn
V. Uean aiifj iMyron Ienn sureties, wua
rm v. . . , vj mill.
Ill the rfLMStpr f.f wills' dfnrA tlm will nf
'it liinuLtMi 11 nr.iinritia it ..1
Holme was received at tha clerk of the
r.. nrm A irhnttl llni'iiu anntonn.,1 f-..,,,
County Survivor Diimi.nr' wonf iari-
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Fart 9 Is Ilere.
Part 9 of the Art Folio "America" lm.
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iiir. . .inn . uiniiiiiL' lO CMIlllllCte M'LH (It
liesn heniltirill Mrn (ri.mu uii i... ....... I. ,i,
Fhksh Creamery Butter, 25c. Strictly
reBii n,gga always on nana, iiki.su aiit a.
in suit eyiirvoodv. u wnunins bm.
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Mrs. Boot! Decided After tai!i0 Evidence
That She Was Guilty.
WARZER'S DURING STATEMENTS
Says That Officers of the Law At
tempt to Extort Money from Hlni.
Mary Jones Found Guilty of Hav
ing Assaulted Mrs. Rolands In
dictment Against Emary J. Ehrgood
Quashed- Other Cases Heard.
Clementine Hcott, alia Clementine
Soalpi, wis plaeed on trial in court
room No. 2 before Jnile Sitteer yes
terday afternoon, to answer the chnrgo
ot Monlotuly wounding Paola stf inn
Ohio, a girl 10 years of ago. The de
fendant and prosecutor reside at Tajr -lor,
their homes being but a short dis
tance apart, On JUroh Hi last the
father of the prosecutor eutere:! the
bonsi of the detsnduut to colleet a bill.
There were a number o( men in the
house nt the time, nml s row ensued.
The girl honritiir hor father's voice
raised during tho melee runhod over
and demanded why he was being bout
en, whoreupou without f irther cere
mony, the frealpi woman plunged a
kniie iuto her aide.
the proieoutiou was conJucteJ by
niitsut District Attorney J:uuy4 .1
O'Neill ami Attorney A. J. Colhorn,
jr. Johu M. Corbett appeared for the
defense. Tho facts iu the ease were
brought out a above related durinif
the prosecution of the commonwealth's
side of the case. Drs. Timlin and Wen
ton testified to the uature of the
wounds inflicted, which, according to
their evidence, were well nigh fatal,
w usn tue commonwealth rested the
defendant's pleit of not guilty was
withdrawn and a ploa of guilty snbstl-
tnted. Judge blttsor then called the
prisoner before him and after stating
mat ne reit convinced mat ber crime
was the result of exeitemeut and
frenzy, rather than a desire to take tint
life of tho Bchorchia girl, he sentenced
uer to pay a tine of $5, costs of urosecu
tion and undergo imorisonmont in the
Eastern penitentiary for the period of
WANTLD HIS MONEY.
Joseph Summers, an Old Forge mer
chant, was tried before Judge Sittster
on a charge of assault and battery, in
which Elko Osonok, also of Old Forge,
was proieoutor. Attorney Osorge
Horn represented the prosecutor anl
Attorney Joseph O'Brien the defen
dant. The prosecutor and George Schlacter
were indebted in small sums to tiuin
mrs and to other merchants named
Isaac Jacobs snd Jacob Goodman.
Osouok and s-ehlacter made up their
minds to leave the place and tiie mer
chants also resolved to get their money,
and so followed the men to this city.
The rlssiag debtors were arres'odat the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
station by Summers and taken before
Alderman Hore, without a warrant, it
is alleged. While going nnder the
irch at tho stone bridge on Bridge
street, Snmmers struck Osonok, so the
latter swore. When brought before
tiie Alderman, Schlacter paid his bill;
Osonok refused to do so and was com
miited to jail.
The defense claimud that no force
was used, bnt they went before the al
derman at the prosecutor's enggestion
that he might get a receipt for his
money. The defendant also denied
having struck the prosacntor. The
case was given to the jury and a ver
dict of not guilty taken. The costs
John Warzr, of Priceburg, was
tried before Jndge Archbald for resist
ing an officer. James W. Clark was
prosecutor. District Attorney Klly
represented thecoraraonwcalth and ex
Ju lge Stanton the defendant. The. al
legation was that Clark went to the
house of the defendant to arrest a
boarder, for whom he bed u warrant.
and that Warzor snatched the warrant
from his hand and ordered him oil the
SER10C3 CHAROE AOAIl.'sT OFFICERS.
Tbedefensi put up the ciaira that
CUrk and other constables and spocial
officers were in the habit of visiting
the pluce to extort money from the
men there. Ciark waa ordered out and
went, leaving the warrant behind in
his haste to gat away, not having tried
to make the arrest, although he de
manded money. The 0SS0 was gi ven
to the jnry' during the sitornoon, but
no verdict had tifen returned when
eonrt adjourned for the day.
Mary Jones was tried on the charge
of scarring the faoe of llarji Rolands
The latter claimed that while sti was
rocking her infant, whon a son of Jlrs.
Jonesthrew n cobble stone through the
window. Stie wont into her neighbor's
nonse to protest ngainst tiie outrage,
and was beaten by the boy's mother,
who Rtrnck her five times. " A verdict
"f guilty of assault and battory was
ren Wed by the jury.
hrnery J. Kargood was called to
answer a chargo of forcible entry and
detainer. Attorneys John F. Scrsgg
and W. W Wstson appeared to defend
him, Mr, Kollv renressntlnz the com
monwealth. Attorney Hcragg moved
to qnash the indictment ns it inferred
that the offense was committed more
than two years ago. Court granted
the irntion, but held the defendant In
bail to appsar at the next term of
Miss Mary Morsn pleaded guilty to
tno cnarge or having stolen two
watohes and was sentonsnd by Judge
Archbald to pay n floe of $1, restore
the stolen property and undergo con
finement iu the county jail for six
months. A similar sentence was also
imposed upon James Tyrell, who ac
knowledged that he hnd been obtaining
small ruius of money under false pre
tense. FOR MALICIOUS KNOKsW.
The last case heard bv Judge fsittser
was that of Thomas Jonkel, aocusod of
malicious mischief by Daniel Ksfferty.
The prosecutor elalmed that one night
last February tlio windows of his house
were broken and one o( tho doors foroed
open. Hearing the noise, Rafferty
went ontsido and found the defendant
on the porch, his hands covered with
blood. There wero nlso marks of blood
on the windows and door. The in
truder was ordered away but refused
to go, but followed the owner ot the
hones when he went for n constable.
Tho defense was that Jockel went to
the home of one of his countrymen to
talk over a contract concerning some
work, and that while there himself and
others became involved iu a fight. He
fled, and being pursued, took refnge on
the porch, where he was attacked, and
that bis assailants did tlio damage.
When this caso wont to the jury Judge
Si User adjourned court,
The last ease called before Judge
Archbald yesterday afternoon was that
of Mathew Grey, of Olyphant, prose
cutor, Wil Ham Acton. Distrlet Attor
ney Kelley and Attorney John F.
Scragg represented the commonwealth
Asion, who is n mere hoy, swore that
on the second day of Jununry hu w0i,t
"no (oe Lilly t'reek mine, No,
iyp!iaut, to work lor Miner White
He had been in the cbamb.-r but a tew
miuutes when tbe defendant who
tlio mine boss, came in and ordered
mm out. while going into another
I'Uamber for ids dinner pail he ba
sum" words with the defendant an
tile latl-T struck him on the or -heiid
with a cane, knocking him STQ an
afterward ejeotod him from th- mine
'lho OBSC was still on trial when court
uetmieu statement ot Receipts and
Expenditures of City for Fiscal
Year Has Been Completed.
ine report of City Treasurer H. (1.
isrooks has been compiled, ehowiug tho
city's receipts and disbursements from
April V, 1888, to March ill, this year,
and will be presented to the next, inewt-
lag of the common council. Work on
the report has been in progress mure
It contains more details and is mimh
more voluminous thsu the nooounts of
last year. They will be published in
pamphlet rorm. A recapitulation of
the report shows the following:
Cash on hand April 8. I89& tllil .V.IT nil
amount of receipts from nil hourcesilurinii
ti.A .,aaP eeon otvr . ......i ....... .... ....
,w J.... ".w.v.-t ,u. HI It. Mr4''l
city treasurer, IMM, 704.47. From John if.
l eiiowe, ex-mayor, 1, OKI. 71) from Mayor
. i.. i uuiimi, i,.nm,n:i, rrom city Hon
citor James 11. Torroy, 120,119.93; from
Mreot l iinimh.iluuer I'lnlip Kirst,
irom t. . bilgar. e-seerelary of the
ooaru oi ueaitn, 0b; troui Walter BrlggS,
secretary of the board of bealth, foil.
Total amount disbursed during tlio year.
HWIr,7ia,98. lialimco cash ou hand March
et, ij-i, mtv.iii.yu,
Tliu Hpiiareut diseransno of this
year's balance compared with that of
April 3, 1 St3, is due to the taking up of
the 1319,000 bond issue of 187U, the
particulars of which are detailed in
Of Uie sou rces of revenue, the city's
shure of liquor licenses was $ivl US I 55;
from taxes, fJ13.4ll.i9j building per
mits, 1,859; oity licenses, $939.50,
Eilvr Given Away.
On Saturday, April M, we will give a
Sterling surer hat pin to overy customer
buying goods to the amount of oiio dollar.
MXARS ft 11 AO EN,
STIRRING DRAMA AT WONDERLAND.
A Celebrated Case Ii Oivea Its Fint
"x Celebrated Case." one of the moat
ambitious and best efforts of lho stock
coiupauy, wus given at Wonderlaud
last night for the first time.
It is a stirring drama, in which tho
staunch friends of the dramatist, love,
heroism, war and treachery, nre clever
ly interwoven, producing a drama that
is strong bnt still devoid of lurid pyro
technics, Percy Linden made a heroic charac
ter of Jeau Renaud, while as Lsiarre,
a camp follower, ftrward Count Dj
Moruey, Will D. Corbett so accurately
portrayed the villainous characters of
those worthies as to earn the enntemnt
of the audience. Qus Homer, as the
true-hearted Dennis O'Hourke, could
improve his work by declaiming less
Walter Benn. Ethel Fuller. Alien
Kemp and Maggio Willett are desorv.
ing of a share in the credit that belongs
to the excellence with which "A Cele
brated Case was produced. It will he
seen at Wonderland for the remainder
of the week, and should be seen by all
lovers of the drama.
AN EXQUISITE WORK OF ART.
Spicimen of MUs Martha Krach;'s Handi
work New on Exhibition.
A very beautiful table cover, painted
on satin, mav be semi In one nf the
windows of Kirr & Si backer's store.
on Lackawanna avenue. It is the
handiwork of Miss Martha Kraoht, a
talented young lady of this city, and
s ou exhibition in tho Woman's de
partment o the World's fair, whors it
attracted much attention.
lho cover is ornamented with
flowers done In oil in the most skilful
manner, and presents an exquisituly at
tractive appearance that crows more
fssoinatinp, the longer its beauties are
geied upon by th adniirer. The value
of this artistic piece of work is esti
mated at 1950, and if the skill required
to produce a thing constitutes a factor
in fixing its Talus, thou the price asked
for this epecimaa of art is none too
SHEA'S Rl? VAN WIHKIE.
It Was Given Lan Niirht at the Academy
To theatre-goers who know "Bin
Van Winkle" as portrayed by Joseph
Jefferson and Robert McWade It neom
ed that Thomas B. Shea was doing a
daring thing In'essaylng that character,
and there was not a little curiosity to
see how he would interpret it.
That Opportunity was given at tho
Academy of Music Inst niiihf.
Mr. Shea's "Kip Van Winkle" does
not ape that of his distinguished prede
eessors. It Is his own oonooption, but
does not do violence to the traditional
tip. In the awakening scene in the
last act nnd the return to the village,
Shea was seen at bis boat His work
was touching snd Impressive.
Wioifrod Greene made the shrewish
charaotor cf Qretsheo true to life
Tonight Mr. ij :ica will produce "Dr.
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde,'' assuming the
BURGLAR W4S A SPRINTER.
Hucceed'd In GHlInu Awav
OfHcor Kerry Huav.
Wednesday inoralog Officer Harry
Haog discovered a btuglnr attempting
to enter the residence of Mr, Hughes
at Diokeoa avenUI and Green Hldne
About tho enme lime tint burglur di
covered the officer and ran. tin was n
sprinter and entered' d iu loosing Hung.
Groceries I Groceries I At
Rcrnnton'e Kuslneee Interest.
TUB TjtXBOmi Will SOOO publish a rare,
fully compiled and Oiaesiasd list of the
lending wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional Intereeta of Bornnton
and vicinity. The edition will bo Wind
In book form, beautifully llluetrnted with
photogravure views of our public build
ings, business blocks streets, i'U, together
with portraits of lending citizens, IS'o
similar work has ever given an eiml re;i.
resentation of He.rautnn's ninny Indus
tries, it will he an Invaluable exposition
of our business resources. Beat to
persons outside the city, copies of
this hnndsomo work will nttract
now comers ami bo nn unequalled
advertisement of the city. The circu
lation Is on a plan that cannot (ail of good
results to those concerned as well as the city
at large. Kopreaentativesof The Thiiiumb
will call upon tiiohk wiiohk nauks
are dxrihed iu this edition end explain
Its nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
in tnis edition will please It avo notice at
and Attorney Charles V
ITS FUl'IOi ARE RUNNING LOW
Tho Poor Hoard Will Uuve to Curtail
Orders for Kiief.
Tne funds of the poor board are at
sucn a low who that no more orders for
relief can be granted.
A small balance of money is available,
but it has been duelled to hold it for
Fortunately, the applications f r ai 1
have been decreasing during tho past
few duys, and unless u continuance of
diatreee is aDDarout, no eiTirt will Im
mediately be made to increase the fuud
to any great niuonnt.
PATRICK J. CHARE'S SAD DEATH.
Fell from n Church Steeple at Ouryea
on Which He Had
Patrick J. Crane, of Miuooka, pro
prietor ot the hardware and plnmbing
tore m the FJannlok building on Main
street, Taylor, was killed yesterday af
ternoon nt -1 n'cloek, by falling from
the spire of the Polish Catholic church
The ohurch Is being built by Mul -hcriu
Judge, lumber dealers and
contractors, on the South bide, Mr.
Crane bad the contract for tinning lho
roof of the church, and ho had finished
his work on the edifice and
was preparing to go home
wheu he met his death. With
one of his employes, n boy named
Willie Stone. Im w is at work ou tho
inside of thesiilre. Tho job was finished
and, after gathering all their tools to
gether, both started down the ladder
Mr. Crane was the first to desiend, and
he was carrying his tools ou his shoul
der, lie had gone down oulr a few
rounds of the ladder when he etemiud
aside from it to arrange the tools dif
ferently. The board that he stepped ou
broke under him and ho fell to the
cellar below, a distance of nearly forty
feet. 11m head was tho first to strike
the bird floor of the cellar and be was
found in u bean, face downward, a min
ute later by some of the carp -uters.
lie was breathing when found, but
the spark of life left his body in less
than teu miuutes after his fall, lie
was a man of magnificent physique and
weighed 917 pounds. Crane was one
of the host known young men of the
southern part of tho county. Ho was
nbobt 88 years old and was msrried ou
Nov. 8 last to Miss Hannah Melviu.
daughter of Mrs. Owen Melviu, of item-
lugtou avenue an 1 Brook street.
I he unfortunate man was a son of
Mr. and Mrs. James Crime, of Minooka:
s brother in law of James Melvin. ont-
side foreman of the WillUm Counell
Coal company at Duryea; brother in
law of Professor Thomas J. Coyne, of
427 Breck street, und brother in law of
Mrs. John Tully, of this citv, snd Mrs.
Michael J Cusick, of Sliarpsvtlle. The
funeral arrangements are not yet set
tled and no final decision will he
reached until the arrival of his sister
Mrs. Cusick, and his sister in law, Miss
Margaret Melvin, of Philadelphia, to
whom telegrams have been sen!.
N). 9 Avcoiioa Ho. 9.
No. 9 of this handsome portfolio is now-
ready for distribution.
0IXVS StCONO NIGKT.
Adonis Wfll Received b a Fair-Sized
and Euthualaetic Audience.
Henry E. Dixey and Rice's comDauv
of turlesqners in "Adonis" completed
their two-night engagement at the
Frothingbam to a good good-sized and
enthusiastic audience lost night.
Dixey is a clever a dancer as ever and
seems to have lost none of his old time
versatility. The Huckleberrv-eatlnL'.
Pretty Little Mountain Maid, imper
sonated by Miss Carrie E. Perkins, and
the lalamea, scnlptress.of Irene Voroua
were well received. Miss Villa Knox
as Artea displayed a voica of marked
culture and a rare command of tech
A feature of the pnrformsnce was
the acrobatic and specialty work of a
quartette of variety men.
Juigiug from lest evening's recep
tion of "Adonis," tho Scranton verdict
can be announced only as elsewhere:
That Dixey made no mistake in relin
quishing Oscar Wildo and returning to
Ir.s first love, and at the same time giv
ing iu- finest burlesque now before tbo
Boiling meats, ebespest In the city, at
Aylesworth's Wyoming avenue.
FAMOUS SOUTHERN PLAV.
Alabama V.'fll Be Produced ot The Froth
"Alabama" will be tho attraction at
the Now Frothingbam theater this
evening. It is the most representative
of nil Americau plays, and tells u alory
of remarkable Interest.
The company presenting it is
said to be perfect and is headed
by tho famous actor, Frank C.
Bangs, whose irveat impersonations
of tho "Silver King" and "Jim, the
Penman," are well known to theatre
goers. Clement Bilnbri dge, for whom
Mr. Thomas wrote tiie part of "Cap-t-iiu
Davenport, " Will also bo S9n, nnd
Clarence F. Montalno, L P. Mloke
George li. Miller, W. J. Dean, P. B
Callewsy, Eld ward Mas a, Genevieve
Beamab, Lillian Bobovelin, Ei,hel
Irving and Gertrude Maglll
Tin; Beranton Bedding . ore
storing furniture, lle.it workmen
sou aide prices.
A delightful entertainment will be
bold at tbo North .Main Avenue Bap
tist church on Friday evening, Anril
li, under tne auspioei of the Sunday
school emus All who will attend are
promised iK.- : evening's amuse
John L. Wolf, of the Providence
Register, spent lest week with his p.ir-
'iiis in nuiiesiisie. us arrived Here
It Is expeoted that Company H arm
ory will bo crowded to its lullest ca
pacity tonight when "Th Old Bome
Btead," the idyl of New England life,
will be presented,
Jeeter boxing tournsmenl will take
pi aee at Company H armory Monday,
the '.':i l. A large house is expected.
MINERAL IF BttZl WHIIir.
The Romalns Taken to Archbsld for
Miss lleezi While, tho young Woman
whose body was found a the Lsoke
wnnna river Wednesday, where it und
been since .March 11, was yesterday In
terred ut Ar ah bald
Tho body was claimed by relatives
who resi led nt thnt place. Miss White
formerly resided at Providencj.
No. 9 -America Ne. 0.
No, Oof this handsome liortfollo Is now
ready for distribution.
They Have Gone Down.
That Is ot Guernsey Brothers,
Fink watch repairing at Keiohert's, 106
Lacka, ave. e
Would Like to Kuow if Location of Linden
Street Bridge Can Be Changed.
VIADUCT COMMITTEE IS NAMED
George Sanderson, Jimes Manlcy
and W. J. Thomas Will Represent
tho Select Council -tlids Received
for Grading Main Street and for
Spellmun Court Server Resolu
tions Read arid Adopted.
List night's meeting of the select
council was largely attended, but most
e 11 t .1 . .... . '
oi me visitors qu.etiy lett as soon as
the new police appointees had been
confirmed, lho committee on streets
and bridges reported favorably the fol
lowing ordinances; Providing for Im provements
ut Prospect avenue culvert
over Stafford Meadow brook, lettlug
or contract, and providing for the pay
msntof the expenses ortbesume; pro
viding for improvements on PtttstOB
avenue culvert over Stafford Meadow
brook, lettlug of contract, aud payment
of same; providing for a stone arcli
culvert on North Main avenue over
Leggett'B creek, letting contract und
for payment of same,
The new bond of City Engineer
Phillips was referred to the urouer
committee, and thou proposals for do
ing work were reud by the clerk and
referrod, The following bids were re
ceived for doing the neoesBary gradiug
ou Maiu street: S. Svkes & Son. sW li
Muldoou & Moran, $i75
For constructing the lioahe court
sewer: rlanngli.in & Olliro. ftl :tf
per lineal foot! How lev Bros., till Hi
per lineal foot; Muldoou ec Moran, $1.27
per nut ,i loot.
Mr. Finn introduced resolutions
directing the chief engineer ot the fire
department to sell tho horse owned by
the city nnd need by the Phoenix Fire
company, and turn the proceeds of the
sale over to tho city treasurer; author
izing tne DOranton EleotrlO Light and
Heat company to ireet three new
lights iu North Park, iu the Second
ward, us follows: (Joe at the corner nf
Electric aud Washington avenues, one
ou Llectric avenue near Pattaraon'e
residence and one at the corner of
lecrrio and Monsev avenues. Both
resolutions were adopted.
wiiuams rrovniiug for el-ctrie
lights ss follows: Corner Price atroet
and Rebecca avenue, corner Everett
avenue aud Leggott street, corner Ol
ive street and Webster avenue, corner
of Luzerne and Meridian streets, and
on Academy street at the school house.
A resolution was adontel remiss tinir
city engineer to furnijii eoiuituls state
ni-nt showing n.-iiu-s of collectors f
delinquent taxes for year prior to 1893
with amounts still remaining on thsir
A resolution by Mr, Finn, aiking for
the opinion of the oity solicitor as to
whether it would be log.il to change
the location of the proposed river bridge
from Linden street to Mulberry street,
THE VIADUCT COMMITTEE.
A petition from property owners in
favor of narrowing Maple street to
thirty feet between Cedar and Stone
avenues, was referred to committee, as
was also a petition to pave Weet Lack
Chairman Chittenden appointed as
as members of the joint viaduct com
mittee, Georgo Sanderson, James Mau
ley nnd W. J. Thomas.
THE NEW APPOINTEES.
Atonzo B. Day lives in the Ninth
ward, and is by trade aoabinet maker.
Conrad Meluxer has oeon for some
time a special policeman; he has been
employed by the Armour Meat com
pany aud lives In tho Eighth ward.
James W. Colemnn is the only Demo,
crat among the appointees; he residss
in tho Twelfth ward and has beu work
ing in tue upper stosl mill.
Joseph Block some time ago was em
ploye I by the Scranton Packing com
pany, but lately he has been working
iu the uight cafe wagon at the corner
of Wyoming and Lackawanna avenues;
lives in the Sixteenth ward,
Thomas B. Lewis is from the Fif
teenth ward and is an CXpoUoeman.
Tin- TniBCITB is able to state upon
what is considered reliable information
that in tho near future ut least font
and possibly five officers will b.i dis
missed from service, it is alio prob
able that at least one of the sergeants
will be reduced lo t tie ranks
RSILR0S0 srano'i tflTEREO.
Burglar Wne jnea Leaving Station bv
Yesterday morning a burglar en
tered tho New York, Ontario and West
em railroad station at Providence,
rifled the slot weighing machines and
made a desperate but unavailing at
tempt to loroe an entrance into that
part of the station used as a freight
Samuel Jones, telegraph operator at
the station, saw the man leave as lie
wan about to report for duty at 6.80
Bnt little booty was secured.
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REISHART'S Is tbe place for groceries and
market goods. Low price.
That we are here and
all opened up, we can
show you something
new in the line of
417 Lackawanna Ave,
Best Sets of Teeth, $3 00
JnclncllnR the reinless extracting
of teeth by aa entirely new re-(ess.
S. C. Snyder, D.D.S.
1 WVOMING AV&
Bebbetb Trolective Committees.
The Sabbath protective executive com
mittee of the Kornntou Pastors' union has
appointed a meeting of all the sub-com-milters,
to bo held at the Young Men s
I bristian association moms tonight at 8
o cluck. Important business is to be trans
acted aud a full attnudauce is desired
Amerloa No. 9.
No. 0 of this handsome portfolio is now
ready for dUtributlou.
I AND 8
TIN SHOPS I
are bney, but we can isweasc our fa-
Remember the PKICElS In this
I HENRY BATTIN & CO.,
126 Penn Ave.
Z 7 hat took f,rst Award at our Z
0 It AN I) EXPOSITION, r
128 Wyoming Ave.
We opn on S
irt I L'HUAr. an.Ji-
a V nnn i i a nnrr
:t full line of Ladies
Including all evening shades in
Silk and Lisle Thread.
Our Children's Department
ever exhibited, including all
latest novelties m Junior, Reefer
Zouaves and Vestee Suits at $3.50
and upwards. Serviceable Double
Breasted Suits from $1.25 to $7.00.
Every purchaser of $1.00 worth
or more is riven a chan nn tVia
W - e mm v v w so, V - V
beautiful Parlor Suits displayed in our window.
ran clothing k mi house
137 AND 139 PENN AVENUE,
Complete Outfitters, SCRANTON, PA.
S. L. G ALLEN.
THE CUT SHOWN HERE
Represents Banister's new
Razor Toe Last. If you want the
latest styles in Footwear trade at
BANISTER'S PRICES are a little less than yon
are paying elsewhere for inferior goods.
BANISTER will give yon MORE for yonr money
than any Shoe Honse in the city. Patent Leather
and (timet Shoes id endless variety.
Enterprise has proven itself a great success. Our cus
tomers are delighted with it. Have you got the right
idea of it? If you haven't, call in; we will explain it
to you. Ask your neighbors about it. The Free Dis
tributiou will last about three weeks. By permission,
we refer you to the following a few of our customers:
Mr. I). K
Morgan, fi SnriliT
M re, l.llie Iteniion.
11, jM Irvinn avenue
Mr. Hlehai-d ZelrRei. ffl't I'rospcct avenue.
iiii-N. n. tt. iiiiiTiH, -11, I'oini avo.
Thomas Munlev, Esq., Ari-hltald, Pa.
Mrs. Brewer, ill I.iucli street.
Mn Mullen, 1417 Division Btrot,
Mi MnKirl" Mulliei-ln, 1114 Gibson street.
Mr. Howard Davit, lew Kynoaetreet
Mr. Elw. Slatti-r. .TIKiswelU t'ourt.
Thae. I. Tlioruae.cor.Killuioreot Jackson sts
BROWN'S BEE HIVE
224 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
j usx xim ii i i iv
900 6MU Washington Avenus,
Contractor and bnlider of Concrete Flaetfr.s.
Concrete Blocka. Potato, Butter and Coi
lilns. Wet Cellars driel up. Orders my tM
left at Tboujpuu & Pratt, WilJ atns & Co,
Main and Eynou btreeta, or at Scranton
Btove Work. Alto Foundations. Cisterns,
I -ib wire j uiaiele and Coaaii. k'lkiMing f oi
JHE AX FALLS
Department and smashes prices
into splinters. 1,000 Children's
Suits (Odds and Ends) have been
placed on separata tables and will
bs sacrificed at ruinous prices un
til all sold. We are showing th
most handsoma line of
Lackawanna ind Wpliig ta,
Sl'lJAXTON PA 3
SS 'V. A;,'.r.""2,1B Bobtaaoa street.
Mre. II. Va,Ucli. Bellt-vue.
Mr. Sain j, Flillt ipn, Taylor.
Mr, J. II UiilllKnn. sto I'rovldcnce Road.
Mien Nclli.. Kane, ajr Monroe avenue.
mih II. Conway, 711 Slailison avenue.
Mr, t'hne. Klery, l'rlroliurir, Pa
Ml I.euihiK'1-. ii Ceiwose svsnue
Mr. John T. Ah Taylor, Pa.
Mre. I. Evnne, 314 Sonto Klein street.
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