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THE SCRA1STON THIBUKE-TUE8DAY HORSING, MAY 1, 1894.
303 SPRUCE STREET.
All the Fashionable Shapes
Trimmod totult the most fnstldious.
WORK GUARANTEED. LOWEST PRICES
The most dedicate fabric prop
erly cleaned at
308 Penn An.
A. B. WARMAN.
120 Wyoming Avenue
415 Lacka. Avenue.
BARGAIN NO 2.
We will offer Moquettes
at 7 SC- for another
Think of it -A Carpet worth
$1.25 for 75c.
The choice patterns are
being closed out very
rapidly. Come early.
'27 Wyoming Ave.
TELEPHONE NO. 525
Th Union Tranafar Crmpanv, Llmltsd
'flus line. Ba(tg(jo Dt freight . I for
and delivered promptly. 107 Franklin
elt Monday in Labor Day.
btate League base ball season will opes
The Orean RMfO Uuu rlub will hold a
egular met tlug this ifti.n,'.
The Delaware, I.nckawanna companr
will par at the Arcubald, Continental IN
Hyde I'ark, today.
The llourd of Associated tharitics
ag-nt was yeitcrda) a plied to frnid by
Lj i men and two women.
The Delaware, Lackawanna and Waft
Mi railroad will pay at t ti Archbald,
Continental ai.d Hyla Park uiliu-a today.
The Womeu'i Christian Ti'inprance
Union weekly mooting will he held till
afternoon at 3 p. m., at .K fcpruce street.
The annual meeting of th Lackawanna
KimltirplHen aWOClatlOB will fm held DIXI
Jlonday at the resi itSOi of 'olouel ELM.
Mayor Connell hat llfBed tba rmincil
resolution providing for taU repairing of
Newton turnpiko. Work will bo com
menced at once.
County Treasurer D. W. Powell hn sold
to Dr. L. M. (Jatea two lota on Linden
street opposite the com t house for SJJ.OOJ.
The lota havo each a fruutage of 81 f out.
The membership tickets for the Sacred
Music aoclety are not complntml, but a'.l
the chorus will meet for rehearsal this
evening. A numberof the cliaracterj are
expected to be present.
An article appearing in yesterday's Tin
BUNS stated Incorrectly tbat a boy named
Docker was held by Alderman Ballay for
compllclty.in tba robbery or s 8 aOO'l
store on Albright avenue. Uo was dis
charged. ''In Old Kentucky," the big Now York
success, will bo nt the Frothingbaui the
ater tonight nnd tomorrow afternoon and
evening. Price fur the Wednesday mati
nee will be: Orchestra, 75: orchestra
circle, 60; balcony, US aud i!G.
The West Bide Woman' Christian Tem
perance Union will nest at. iif rooms thu
afternoon at 2.80. Subject tor discussion,
"How Should Parent)' Train Tueir Jhd
dren That Thov May R-come Useful Citi
zensf' All ladles are invltod.
The regnlar monthly moeting of the
Girl's Friendly society will take place this
evening at the Parish building, 828 Wash
ington avenue; and that of tuo Women's
Guild at the eaiuo place on Wodne.dny
afternoon. Full nttundar.co of members
nt each 18 requested.
A history of the Indian wars published
In Boston, March :.'!, 1C77, It on exhibition
iu the etore wiudow of Kvnns k Powell,
proprietors of thu Globa Shoo etore, i
Lackawanna avenue. It was purchased
recently at the Express sale by (ieorge W.
ilones, of Franklin avenue.
D. W. Powell, county troasorer. paid
yesterday to the city treasurer the money
rtceived for this year's liquor HcenRes,7H,
SM.52. L.Rt year the amount was 84,(iS-l.-60.
Tba decrease of , 7,i:iri:i is explained
in part by the financial depression, end
many failed to assume tlio licenses which
tbe court granted.
A pocket book lost by J. T. Fahrenholt,
jr., containing 125 and tickets to the valuo
of a like sum, all belonging to the Crvstal
Hose company, was found by Murk Hall.
He shared the find with Harry Lcstor.
The bore are about 10 years of age, and,
being uuable to account for a disposition
of the money, were held under JJuU bail
for appearance at court.
Anheuisr Busoh Beer,
tools Lehman's, Vtb Spruce Sh
Williams k McAnulty
BODY FOUND !N WOODS
It Is Supposed to Be that of Alexander Fraatz,
HE DISAPPEARED MOUTHS AG9
Body Discovered In a Lonely Part of
the Mountain Near No. 4 Breaker
by Hunler Nicholas Klein Coroner
Kellcy Will Investigate tho Case If
He Discovers Any Evidence of
The much decompomd body of a
miiu was found by Nicholas Klein, ft
hntiter, yesterday afternoon on the
inouotiiiu above the Nos. 4 and I!
breakers. He reported his nhanlly find
to OlUo-r Matthews nnd Coroner iCelley
and a jury repaired to the eceuo about
From papers found in the dead man's
pockets ho is supposed to bo Alexander
Franz, who disappeared from DoomOft
about three months ago
The spot wher t the body was fonnd
its at the very top of th mcuntaiii about
a mile from the .No. "1 breaker, Wfiioli
ll llie nearest Inhabited locality. It-irdy
shrubg and hugo Uouldoid cover the
ground. F.ven hni-tsrs in St'ircih of
came hesitate to visit the Ipoti Mnd,
But for the two dogs of Klein, the
li vened bones of the gruesome ball
luight have laid undiscovered for years
CORONER'S JURY SO.ECTKD,
The jury impaneled on the lukteii
oomp led of p. 0 Khl:ht. w. v. cut
ford, William Mettbews, l,. J. Ifslrio,
Janus 11. Kelly and Henry Bums
Alter a hard climb attando.i by many
f ill nnd halts for rest, and piloted by
Kloiu, they rtscbsd the boily.
It was lying (a08 downward with
hanls OQtstrstshsd aud AppnreiiMy
fallen. Flya and vermin ltiretl It.
Tba hair had grOWD to several inches
in length, nnd 11 wal tho opinion ttint
toe ii lv had rted thrs tor several
months, though the dect tupcsition
rendered the period doubtful. Any
thing (art bst tl.an a cuirory examina
tion was out of the question. Tbs
prty was inppltofl with m under
taker'i slab, and loading the rstasini
upon it, tartcd ou a luboriaui descant
to tl.e breaker. s
Todsy Coroner Kel!ey will carefully
examtDt the body, au 1 if any evl
dsOOM of violeue 1 are discovered, an
intopty will be performer!.
'1 be man ha 1 on two suits of clothes,
a bfOWn suit over a light on. A black
derby hat WSS found a few f et distant.
Papon fouud in it eot poeksl 000
llsted of a p:iss book Issued from
Swift's atore nt Dunmore, aud au
Italian society oard in aa nveiope ad
dressed ''Cells Harmond, County Jail,"
A further examination 0i nld rot be
made owing to the ptissnoa of vermu
MYSTERY 01 IBM CASK.
As yet, Frau'.z's preSSnOS iu inch an
Doluled spot ie au nnrx; I lined mystery,
nnd uiuy r main to. nnlest tue oorooer't
exaainstion of the body and clothing
today rsTOtVll a clew,
aqnlriel msds nt Dttonotl la:
tiigui throw but iittleiigut on PraOta'l
bittory H ha l trooble with ir.s wife
an 1 l!:ey had 1 . e: liv.t.s. jurateiv f,.r
tome time. His mind was not ooasld
ere 1 sound. His occupation during a
portion of kit winter wai that of it
ECFOHE ARGUMtNT COURT.
A Namb't "f Caasa Wats T lipjiad of by
the Jjdsna TaStO div f
Judges Archbald, Uuutter aud l'.l
warns, sitting on th tenc!i In nr.-n- i
mint court yesterday, dis; cted of the
following cases i
Kule Absolute-Knle on comr.nttee In '
lunacy of Jxremish liuck to Bis au tS 1
co;int; Mullieri i - Ob, ag.nutt Thomas !'. ;
Junes, rule to open Judguu nt, Lmarot I
aioynr stalest r. i . i'uiij, ruie 10 ani'-no.
Bale Discharged iJeaa Ward agutust
Mary J. Ward, rul fer decree in divorce;
Olsn Wme oompaoy agaiaat T. B, Hroc.
rule for JaJsment.
Off Llt-I!dti4iXeator egs'.nst 1. .'if.
Kearnuv. i xcvptiont to report of auditor;
Tottle A; Wnteler agalas: R. A. IIh.k :.
rule t" o;ien judgme d; I'nited Svnritv
Lifn Trust OOttpaay against Paul it
Weitzel, A. J. Uari&ft Adam atiliSQ Bad
Jacob Hrotcbert, rule Tt judgment.
Coaiiansd K, a. Rolbsrt against W, K,
Hell, nil i for a OSW trial; B. O. Npeuctr
against W.C, U:ley ami Anu E. Ptley.two
rntci, rnle to strikeoff judgment as to Ami
j I'tlev; I" ..k hmi.il and utners ag Oust il.u-
ory J. BbrgoedoxeaptloBS to rale f or e
irurity; li. D PbuTipt agaloas Jared P.
Phillips, rulo for decree 1l divOTC i; eice;i-
Moaa to appeal in grading of ngatroMi
harsh KobihHou Bgatntt John Robins n,
rnio for d acres In dlvaroei K. a. Herb
against A. 1L Hauschmuyer, rule to open
bottled Ackertnan BtOtV ogili..t Nir
des'k and Sons tertorari.
Ileport t.'ontlrmed C W. Maxwell .v t'o.
against lewls Junes estate, exceptions to
report of referee.
submitted--Cirrls P. ftdilnsoa against
Nathan II itoblu.ion, rule f it decrei. in do
voroei i'r.d ft Pratt againal .-arh L.
Pratt, rule for decree ia divorce
ArgnedBnle to sell real estate in tbe
lunacy case of .lacoh A. Collins.
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BJItl HEATH'S TALK ON ART.
Entertalofd a Numbirof Pirsona at ltsa
IdeS 00 of Col. fl. H. Holes.
A ropresctitntivo gsthering to the
number of about sixty parsons wss
prsent last nig it at tbe rtsldonce of
Colonel H. M Soil on Clay avenue,
and listened to a very interesting talk
on "Venice and Venetian Art," by Mis?
Min Ileath't description of tho fame l
waterway city and its historical points
of interest was rSBMrkably graphic and
realistic. Her liateners WSre enabled
to follow the ItObnlOal and detailed
history and description of funous
painting! and workii of loolptura, by
Among thoso present wer Mr. and
Mrs. W. Q, P rk, Mr end Mr.'. Franl:
Jermyn, Mr. and Mr, Greorge Jermyo.
Mr. uad Mrs. A. )v Hunt. Mr. and
Mra. Lemuel Amtiiernun, Mrs. D.'ck 'r,
Mist Decker. .Mrs. Milton Luwry, Mrs.
Luth'T Kellsr, Mrt. Alfred flan 1. Mrs.
ThouuiB Dickson, Mrs. G. li. iltntlcy,
Mrs. T. 1'. Torrty,
THE UANithtff S.
Etory of Russian Lift i td at
"Tho DanionsSs," a story of Boost an
life, in which treachery, love and self
sacrifice are mingled. Wis lltUlfolly
interpreted nt new Wonderland thea
ter late evening, Tbe play ia ouo of
deep and absorbing interest, and the
development of the plot ia followed
with keen interest iy the audience
from tho moment the curtain risos un til
it goes down at thu close of tho lust
Aa Niklfor, a eorf, Al F. Darey ap
penrt to good advantage. Hit acting
is on rapport with thu character as
sumed, aiid la certainly of a high order.
Ethel Fuller, ot Priueetei Lylln, In
terpret her Haas weli; while Margaret
Tennnnt, .- the Counteas Daniaheff,
seema to fall into a groove for which
tl e is well fitted.
This evening's etitertalnuient con
cludes with a comedy act entitled "An
Uptown Flat," in which Mips Mncrcie
Willet asaumes the leading role. It ii
a liRbt, cheery and fuu provoking
piece, aud rounds out the prograiumu
iu excellent ityle.
Ill OLD HtftTUCXY TONIGHT.
The Elx New York : to Bs Soon
at the Vrotaingnsxn,
"In Old Eantnoky," the play that
made tuch a tOOeeatfal ru i at the
Academy of Music, N w xork, during
t ins season, will heat t.: Krotnin.'lv'tn
lOnigbt and tomorrow afternoon and
evening. Ii it a viv.d and graphic
story of life iu the bin -gr.ts region
of K ntneky, strong iu its dev dopmiMt
of character, intensely dramatic in its
soeuea and sitiiationa and picturorque
iu its setting.
Iu addition, a numhar of nov)l foa
luresiire promised which are declared
to be absolutely new. O:o elaborate
scene la tbs representation of the L'X
ington race track showing the finish of
an exciting race. The grand stand and
paddock aro shown with all the tunsj
attendants spectators nnd bun'jera-ou,
bookmakers, jockeys, toutt und others.
Auothor scene is one of historical in
terest, the Pbenix hotel, of Lexington,
the famous boitlery wblon often wol
oomedHeory Olay, Brookinridgo and
other great Kentuckiam beneath its
hotpttable root Tbera la mountainous
aoenery in abundanoe; Indeed, "l t .d
Kentnoky"ii an elaborate ipeotaonlat
prodnotion.ai well as the conscientious
i flirt of an Amerioen dramatist to give
the publio u faithful picture of Ken
tucky lite und churncter.
PLEASANT EVENING AT Y. M. C. A.
Music Clatt A Fuinlatitd an Kxcallant
Tho Young Mon'i Ohrlittan anoela
tlon roomi pratented a aceti" of tin
Qtnal activity last evening, tally 1
peopl being ''resent as t:ie gussta i t
Music (,'it A, of the Scruaton Hcheo!
of Bight Bingtog, which it under the
direction OfTalltO Morgan.
Tho opening exeroblti In tho lnrsj
hall were attended by a large audi
ence end proved to hoof an interest
ing character. Class A t'ltig; several
flees and put Bongs which were heart
ily applauded. Mr. Nelion, a colored
genllri.itn, tang a li.ie bast tolo, en
titled "The Pirish SeXton.M Tallie
Morgan delivered an iuturesting and
Inatmotive talk on tho art of inuic
reading, aftet whleh the elaat sang
two tn re selections Mist Norma
Willianm wai tue wccouiptuist.
At the dote of tue i.our't programme
no exhibition wu giv n in the rvmns
slum by a number ot young men un
iler the direoUoo of Profeaa at Waeton.
J'Le LawrOnoe bnd wai present sad
discutirtrd line music.
RefrethmeBte, oontlitlag of taml
irlc lea, csk, fruit, ate , were at rved iu
the dining room utidsr the dlteotton
of Mitt Crossly. The affair wai ad
mlrsbly managed by a committee ot
young hidiei andai l dii otloo ol
M st Lillian lidl M irris BtOtOI
Jami't wts the gea r ii uaoagor,
MltTiNQ of rm ccfiiKicu;oR3.
It Will lie liu'.d at Lackawanna Hospital
Next ilondsy win be held a mooting !
of I ie contrlluturs of the Lackawanna I
i . i
a toar l or directors win be elided
and such other business tinrsacttd as
may come befnr tue luteting.
ll li or.'.te probable that Joan T Bny
di r. who wai appointed to fill the offlee
ol tr ssurer, caused by the death of .
(' Pallor, will be el-eted to continue In
in- report of Mist livlen hteoDooald,
IO irlntendenl of the Lirkawan-i.t
hospital, for the rear ending Mrcb SI,
1804, hal teen ititmltted and ilonv
tnat a largor nuiulmr of patients have
been tree ted than m the last fiscal rear
'flit total number of cues received in
tbe U! Heal au I snrglCil wsrds are 111?
and :t.i:t resp.r'ivelv. i i th" toer
reiiu 1 iii t e int Heal WSfd case
and in tbe surgical ward So caaea
Of the to'ai number of caaea treated,
; tlonslity ii "i follows- Ameri
197, 1m- i 100 1 1 man 41. ltshau
ill, Kngltih 80, 1 1 a igatiaa 81 aud four
lee a other natiouali'les
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GENERAL M'CARTNfr STRICKEN
Belaid wt'.h D'hilict WfetlS Opmlnv a
Case In Conrt
V.sterday efforUOOo'l Wilkrs-Hirre
Tiiuaanyt: "At abont twenty mlo
ntae Mat throe tbta aftm u Oenersl
v. . H McCartney, the well knoara at
torney end praatdeol of Iheeitye nn
r i l. whiU opening the Wolfinger Uo. d
li ol cue, iccni ' au ldenlr d"lir.oui.
Ha menlfeated aatroog pngnaeiooi da
rire and tried to ilrtka Attontey John
"lie wnt taken in charge by his
friends and romoved to tbe bar office
)r Kirwtu wai ssnt for and admin
letered to him It took f nr or five mm
to bold him at times. He was sub-
iiueutly noisted down nnd talcn to his
home, i he hioldt nt csutsd intanaa ex-
cif mailt and the oonrt a Ijoarued. Tbe
many trioatll of thO general lielieve
that it waj t .j - suit of overwork."
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES
The re-taurant liccnsnof lieurgnFotayk.
r.f Taylor, was yesterday trao-len d to
Bernard Yaokeetky. That of Clinter
rammer, IT' - Washbiiru strueU was trSDt-
forred t? A. K Meyer
T he hearing in the transfer .f the In eo-e
ot Fred Welchel to M. s. White, wu con
tinued to next Monday
H.irrison Gardner wai Appointed consta
ble of Doott township toaarvs until the
In orphan's ronrt the deed of John T.
Williams, guardisn of William, Uaale,
May and BoWOll, minor children of Will-
iui.1 Howell, to j. L. swauz, wu acknow
ledged and approved.
In the OSSe Of Peppsrd against IVjipard,
dlvoroe, a i uie for uucrco wnl be argiiml at
St next argument c urt.
The account of the committee in tho
mailer of tho Innaey of Oiarlet Weber
was i i in-, conditionally,
Ecranton'a tiuslosei luteretls.
Tn TanDn wuj aooa pubiisti n care.
fully complied mid classified list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufaotnr-
lug and profteilonsl Intonate of Boraoton
and vicinity. Too edition will bo bound
in hook form, beuutifully Illustrate 1 With
photogravure vtswt of our jinbllu build
lugs, business blocki, streets, etc., together
wuh portrait! of leading cltir.ens. No
eimiUr work has ever giveu uu eijual rep
resentation of Hcrauton's many indus
tries. It will beau invnliiablo exposition
of our tjualnaei resources. Bent to
persons outside the city, copiea of
this handsome work will attract
now comers and be au unequalled
advertisement of the city. The circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good
results to those concoruod as well aetheoity
at large, ltoproseututi ves of Tin: Thiii-jne
will call upon imosk WHOM naiiks
are DSafgBD tn this edition nnd explain
its nature more fully.
Those desiriug views of thoir residences
in tnis edition will pleats 1 ave notice at
Hamlin, tho only scientific shoeing in
tho city. The only qualified veterinarian
m tlio basineis.
That Is prices ut Uuerusey Brothers,
Ill ill HE
R:clsj of Building OperdUons as Showa by
Iupixtor Kelson's Baoks.
NDIEROUS DWELLING HOUSES
A Sliowinr; Which Proves thct Scran
tonians Belbvc in Owning Their
Own I !omes Conrad Schroeder to
Erjct Four Dwelling Houses On
Madison Avenue Tctal Cost of
Buildings Is Fixed at $113,320.
Building Inspector John Nelson's re
port ihows that during the month "f
April perniitH wero is-und by him for
new dwellings sod alterations on old,
the total eiidt of which improveiu"iits
will be llo.TJ;). Thoao to whom p r
m.ts wero isaue 1 are:
O. V. 1'ftluier, burn and Itoragf, 20x3),
two storiib, wood; Main iiVemie, BeCODO
Daniel Vonm:, single dwelling, main
lx.to, wing 0x10, two atoriee, wood; wing
PJX14, one story, wood; Plltnore nveiuie,
M, Bi Wordea, tingle dwelling, :.i;x4i),
two ttorlea, wool; Hyde Parlt avenue,
Antony Btunnp, alngle dwtlllig Ux88,
tWC stories, wood; i'.ijior nvcmie, 'J'etitli
P, P. Gordon, doable dwelling, main
t.'i'eCN, two wings IxM, two utories, Wood;
Bnmmlt avenue, Pecoud ward.
William a. Jontt, double dwellutga,
SOsSn two ateriea, wood; Jackeoo itreet,
Von rth ward
Casper Diegtel, extenaton to dwelling,
12x13, two Itortet, Wood; Meylert avenue.
William Griffiths, single dwelling. 10 .1-'.
one- lory wood, I hriel court, Ifoarteenth
t. A. Fnivr. alleratioaa, 480 Lackawan
na avenue. Kith ward.
Jncob He. dig, single dw.-llii.g, Mx8S,
to stories, wood, Webster nVenue, 'I'eulh
Miches! Ttalnor, extension to dwelling,
14xU, one it i , v.ooj, LiUliiet stun.
Bi I teentb ward.
Adam Toomptun, shop, mi-.1, ooetory
brick, Ad ami ave me, Bsveaurontn wsra
. ri. Anna Davis, two single dwellings,
tuaiu ISxOt, two wlui;t 1X10, 9 storlss,
wood, l wing f.'xir., ons-story wool, Pif
tei nth struet. Fifteenth ward.
John Bogni , alngle dwelling, main tiixc-i.
two aterlte wood, wing Main, one-story
Wood. Pr i-pcct aviinie, i'wHiilieth waril.
Mrs. It. A. Wad. bun., tlosle dwelling,
80x98, two stories, wood, Weaton place,
lilts .N htevens, ban,. Hijj. one an I
on. -halt st riiA wood, WtetOtl place, Piret
CP. Miller, itore nr.d dwelling, 'jxr,iM
tWO itonu.', wv . d, l outt street, riecouU
It 'berti 4r Wairen, donWo dwelling,
mala, ..ixs twi . . 4x90. two ttorlaa,
wood, tiaeolii aetune, Poartb ward.
Cat per Eflli d, ilnglo dwelling, main,
llxi . wu g, . two stonia. Wjod, Price
st :. l'ourti. ard.
L ii. Hllgllf doable dwd.ii.g, Mitl.
ta t -r.es, wood, sontlj Mtm avcuue, 1
.1 hn Hehriier, jr., singlr dwelling, runiu, !
10x88, raiard one atory, wiug. tijiit, two
it r aa, wood, Bin tiet. Eleventh ward. I
Lansing in i Fuller, traaUasSj aiteratloui
ami rep lira, West Lai-kawacna avean
t . iri enth ward,
'i i.a- ' '. ng!-d-e . ii-.-, irai i.
. .., .,6 wing, txil ,, two and ',
One-halt no; i -a, wood, circle bay, H) feet i
iu diameter, L.ndeu ttreet, Keventvonli. '
It .litrl M'srrif.rld, storage, BOxfM, one
itory, wood, Mniu eveoee, Pourtetuih
li diert ilerndeid, two double dwellings.
uu. two stones, wood, MetttSotd court.
1 an li. Wdiiama, double dwelling, mala I
BSaSU, tWO wmg, tilt, tWO itortes, Woo.l.
Bock street, Pillrunlh ward.
D W. Pownl, sli.g:.. dweltirg, main '
. u'., wing tali, bav wiudowi fiiM sad
3iii, two atortaa, wo ft, I mderj nreet,
S-vntvth wai I.
wilUaai Dnv.s ;i gle aVelitag, rnsiu '
'.'4x4 1. wu g tfJ, Mau at nur, Tweuu- i
.'ohu Knrvllls, ilnKle dwelling. ISXfl
:v 'M. :.i wi ..I, r i: 1 lil.l I Itle. I, Tund
Mrs Carrie iw,i.. double stores and
dwelling, Mx4o. two and a half idoiies,
w od, North taataaveaaa, First war t.
ItotcoeC'oukiin, tingle dwelling, IllixSt,
twostotlet, woskI, liarllild avenue, Puurili
Scianton Itase Hall aaioristlou. grand
tand, astaleO, Wood, Providence road,
Twei.tv flist ward.
j .mi s McCawley,deubledrelllag,8Jxasl,
Inn stones. Wood, Jafl ro-, Vl Mle.NiUiti
W. H. Whyte, hotel. tx!40, thren and a
half stori", Wood, Wyoming avenue and
Vlneatreet, Klxteeath ward.
It W. Palaert rxtentl -n to dwelling,
4x' V two sioii-s, wood, Webster aveaae,
B 0 i.-.ikir . Boa, aeala wotteBssSO,
two itoriea, wood, M trth Bsvaata sire--,
. n . i n ii, re .or- to I ntel. Wvomln,
avenue. Eighth ward,
Conred Bcbrosdtr, blooh of (oardarell
lng. inula Vix'.i tw , wings ir,ivxie. threw
stori-s, wood, Madison avenue, Ninth
C. C Tripp, doable dwslltag,naala StxlO,
two wines tXSB, tWO stories, wood, Ster
ling itr.el, Svcoinl ward.
U (.'. Tripp, bam, KlxJO, two stories,
wood, Blopeetra t, BaooBd ward,
Thomas Hartley, doable dwelling, main
I'-V-O, tw. s ol.e-, v.o- d, wing '.JiltJ, ni.e
Itory, wo.d, Ueui-t street, Twentieth
Peter SUpp. single dwelling, mala Mi
M, wing aairt, two itortaa, atouo ami
buck, circle bay (eel in it meter, li tin-
sou avenue, Tenth ward.
rge Martin, two doable darelilogs, 84
XN, IWOSl ii"'. wood, twobavs P,xH,one
itory, wood, Luserna ttreet, Plfth ward,
William McNamara, store, 80x80, two
ttorieaj wood, Wast Market btiet. ZMrd
Abraham DeBew, single dwelling, ix is,
tw o si. nes, Wood, Prim pla.-e, l irm ward.
P. P. Arnold, tingle dwelling BOxSS, t-.vo
Hones, wood, Sominit uveiiue. Second
JohaOaddOB) I:. g!e dwelling, 88x8t,tWO
Itoriaa, wood Marion itreet, Thirteenth
u x Praaoola, extensloa to dwelling, o
BBS, two -tone, wood.Vou Storch avouue,
M BoUnioa, offloa and dwelling, mala
BtafiS, three nones, clr. lo bay It teet iu
dtsmeter, two atories, ludar nveuuv,
Ei venth waul.
Total cost, 8118,880,
MOW TO MAK COUO BREAP.
Fret Bxdtlbttloa at ihs Btort cf Haran
& Ktsttf, Duninor.
Mies Young, of Boeton, who hns been so
successfully showing tba merita of tho
celebrated Bold Medal and Superlative
flour of the Washburn-Crosby compane nt
the BoraAtoB Oaahstore, will demonttrata
to nil wishing to become experts, bOW ut
terly useless it it to Waste materials and
ruin the temper us well us the Uigostiou by
nisking and u.iinj; poor bread.
(, to the itore of Boran di Heaiy, Dnu-
moro, and see bow simple a matter it is to
grace the table with beautiful bread and
Bt. Luke's liummir Home.
St. Luke's Summer Home st Dalton, for
tired out mothers who would not other
wise ho able to secuie any Vacation rest
and recuperation, alaoforiiokly sad droop
Ipg little ouod, will reopen ihis yoar, at au
earlier date than hut summer. A mil
tiiken statement hns boon Blade that it is
for aged persons. It wot poor mother
and children chiefly v, ho wero cared lor
in It last year end will lie again. The
cliHlrmnn of the committee having the
matter iu charge Is William A. Avery.
Tho admission committee will bo sn
noUOOtd later by tbe roctor of St. Luke's
THAT DUNMORE SEWER.
Effort Being Made to Hay Repirt cf
Vifwsre Set Asid1
In the matter of tho petition to set
nsido the assessment of Uie Viewers for
tbe coustruction of a newer in th
Sixth ward of Dunmore, on motion of
Attorney T. J, Duggan, a rale whs
granted yesterday to abow oasse why
iii final confirmation of the report of
viewers shall not be annulled aud a-t
tshK The rulo was made returnable
oil M y 11
t lie reuaona eet f rth as oaoae for the
i -titioii and which are tWOrU tn by
I b irles 1'. b VagO, boTong clerk oi
i he oottuofl of Dunmore, lammarlsa as
The ordinancst tatablttbtng laid
sewer district are illegal and void, for
tho reaion that the council at the time
tho ordinances were passed creating a
ewer disirict in the borough of Dun
more and providing for the appoint
ment of viewers to make an nss-ss-l
o nt, aald OrdlnsnOH were not duly
and correctly transcribed in the ordi
nance book, aa provided by law; that
tatd ordinanc s were not signed on laid
ordinance hook uy the burgss, nor
were they attested ly the secretary of
s.iid ordtBanoM were type-written on
av.eete of pupor containing the ume3
of tho burgees an 1 Beerotary nnd were
'hen panted on tile ordinance book.
Furthermore, said look failt to show
ti nt the ordiu inoe wai published iu
'lie paper! Of the county us directed by
Another ronton is that lieet for the
ts...niHiit! were not entered Against
'.no piopirty holders benefited Wltbln
lx montha from Anal confirmation of
viewers (hi : ; alSettmsaU and that
latdfti iui ate eannot be colltoted by
any action f aisuuipeit, tbe toll rem
edy for the collection of said ass ss-
menti being th entry of a lien thereon
In ttupro honotary'e office,
Th. petltiou furthermore sate forth
thfittom- time ia Jane, 1803. the eouu
ell of Duuniore received bi Is for the
loiistruciion of Hai l sewer sod awards, I
the contraction of said tower to Pied
Healer, of Wilkee-Btrre, who on dit-
c.ivering the fact! set forth, refused to
nccrpt tno contract
OeaVlettd Evll-.'.ae.-s K c Vrt runltb
msnt for Thtlr Crimea,
Ju lgs Archbald yesterday nentencel
iiumtx'r of pertons who were con
victed of T iri'ini charges last week.
I' lin AbnsbkO, convicted of tttaiing
8304 dollars frciu ilrs. Anuie KsU.ni,
was ttataooed to p ,y a fine of i, eoeta
uf i rosecuti on und undergo u couHlc
ineit in the ennnty jsil for one year.
W. J, lrfl ile, loiiVicied of hiiring
aitaultel Paul I.elr, waa stntonc d
to piy the cojtt and au uadilucal Ant
David Sane, who 1 it week pleaded
ollty to bnrlteg a itooe atProfeaeor
vVblte, of Aichbnlt. was aentuncel to
pay 89 and costs of prooeootlon
Artlinr Oregory and Oeorge W. Mor
gsn, alf-w'oiifetsad burglars, were ten
euivd to pay a flue of 830 and suiT-r
. mftaemenl in the . oat ty j ill f .-1. ;
ttoatbe, Owen linegsn, aa siii::i
I .:ce, wu given '.lie asms UtOdiolnS M-c-
pt that iu his esse the tine waa made
if 10 instead of ISO
CONVENTION AT WllK'-S-aaRdc.
Delatatee f -m r'h-r Math.w ftelettea
WIN Ma-t Thai. Ma 10 aud 17
On May 18 esd it t aaansi con.
raatloa of theBvrairou Uiorett'i BDlOO
will be held at WtlkseBarre. Nearly
ill of tbe Father Matbew h-reaboutt,
itwt are affiliated with itiennion. hv.'
already asleetod d' l-intei to represrut
them ut thii convention
Ii tVlll le vry latereatlng ai tevsra!
matttri of niurli liaportanct aro to
c mae up for dlt-ussiou. Auiona tbein
ll the quastion of organizing an luior
lOCe bureau in COOtreOtion with tut
onion, which is likely to preeipltate .1
llV 1 ilebilla.
i ::.c rs for tbe ensuing year and
deles atee to tee nation l convention In
s: Paul in August wiil a n 1 11 . Ucted,
and the Ues wnere lh- dletricl pir
edoa Will 1-e held ot Odt 10 deelded
m 1 on.
INJUNCTION BJ 0. P.RKANENT
''tb udali Trsr-i n Company Beitrtlnsd
f - 1.1 It -1 : i 3 i d 1
Tl.e preliui.nary u junction grants,!
JobnW A.tkaii agaloal the Carbon -:
le ; taction coinpsi y was yeeterdaj
taede permana t by Jodgs Qnnater,
Tbe defend nt wis alio perpetoally
:j inel und r atrained from nin.ng
anj addition 1 stock or boo da of the
bot lalo Traatloa ooutpaay, Oosti
In tba procoadtiift were atietsad tcie
P ad by the defied mt
M HI It lllli.
LOOMIS-aEAT 0a April OX, at the par
sonage of the Pens Avenue Hap: lit
ebertb, by Iter. Warren Q Partridge,
ilna Attouee tlrar to r'tauk Loouus.
SnLltMAN' Jo 'pt-, infant sou of Mr.
and I'.rs John v el in, as. 1 .-ar and
11 day. Puieial Widuiediiy .it J p. in.
luunui'iit Iu St.Johu's Catholic ceui
Al FliFY-In fcranton, April 2-., IStM,
r Jamet Caffrej fnaeral at j.i
thta afternoon from her late residance,
888 PrOtptCI av-erne. Kurial at Hyde
I'ark Catholic cemetery
BAUTIFUI Jewelry (o 80
ill ! fflllll.
VERY THING new.
KGB in new styles.
VX in and sec our new store.
or are weloome.
TERUNG Silver ovelties iu
417 Lackawanna Ave,
Best Sets of Teeth,$st00
Including the pointer cxtrnctlnj
ct Uctli by uu entirely uuiv yf
S. C. Snyder, ID.D.S.
Tho Now York. Ontario & Western It. It.
Co., will stop the following trains nt the
cro-sing opposite the new ttnse Ball
grounds: Train '-'08, south, leaving Car
bondale p. ra. train '.'07, liorth, ro
turuing leuvinr; Scrnnton 4.50 p. m.; train
'JOli. north, returning leaving Scrauion 0.10
p. tn., doys games are played,
Di.-trict Paeseuger Agent.
Makes a novel
and uaofol uten
sil that Is uu.
reilud for beat
ing eggs, whtp
nlng cream ami
iimklng nny or
ull kinds of
The heal uswrt-mc-ut
i,Ji ; lirsbJI
HENRY BATTIN & Co.
126 PENN AVENUE,
BOBANTOK .4 BOTJBEBOLD BPBaTLtLUTB
i:nt WEEK ""we will have
bargains in Enameled Ware that
will be genuine bargains,
128 Wyoming Ave.
We are now displaying
;t One line of
InrOiTON. SII.K aud
Goes as far in buying a fine: Dress Suit
this season as ,S:o did last.
We name t his price because it is one that
many like to pay; you certainly know
by this time that we've proportionate
S3, S10 anil $12
Our showing at $15 is a grand one, including all
tha fit and fashionable fabrics in strictly tai'tor-mad9
garments with a style and finish about thcra which no
tailor can improve upon.
Not only is th? price quoted about half what a
tailor would charge for the same quality of suit, but
th -re is also from $3 to $5 mora value in them than
$15 will buy in any other store.
REMEMBER, every pnrohaaer of Men's, Boys' or Children's
Mo: hinir. shoos, Huts or Qvatft Furnishing Goods to the aaonnt of
ll or over, m presented with a chanoe on the BEAUTIFUL PABLOB
SUITE aow oa exhibition la our window.
. IN CLOTHING k M HOUSE
137 AND 139 PENN AVENU.:,
Compieto Outfitters, SC R AM . ON, FA.
S. L. GALLEN.
THE CUT SHOWN HERE
Represents Banister's new
Razor Toe Last. Il'vou want the
latest styles in Footwear trade at
BANISTER'S PRICES are a little less than yon
I no nailnd flcflinharfl fnr infarinr rinnH:
t.iu pJK'o t-' Ob nun V 1U1 1U1U1UI UUU.Ia
BANISTER will give yoa MORE for your money
' than any Shoe House
and Russet Shoes in
We bought ot t wo large tnanuilsoturerB their entire line of T.atiios'
SUITS, CAPES AND SHIRT WAISTS, "Won we will offiw for
ONEWBBK ut first cost, or about 30 pcR CENT. 1088 than
regular pi ices.
MEN'S HATS AND FURNISHINGS
In our Millinery Department we show the most com'
plete line in the city.
We estimate that our $2,500 Distribu
tion Gilt will hold out about Two Weeks.
Separate Wholesale Department.
BROWN'S BEE HIVE
221 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
We have bought a large sample
and we will sell them for the
same this week. So if you want
a nice stylish garment for little
money, come . before they are
Wo aro showing the latest
in French Novelties. Come
and look through our stock,
138 Wyoming Ave.
NEXT DIPIE BANK.
in the city. Patent Leather