The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, May 09, 1894, Page 3, Image 3
THE SCRANTOls TBIBITNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY fl, 18!M. Lacisum All Things Musical STELLE&SEELEY 134 Wyoming Ave. IIir.H grade: PIMS ss AM. PRICE See the Shaw Piano from the "World's Fair in our window. ft Foe to Dyspepsia GOOD BREAD -USE THE- And always have Good Bread. MAVUFACTURBD AN!) FOB BALI TO THI TBAOI r.V The Wesicn II C 0. BEWARE C? COOKTERFEm ! Punch Cigars HAVE Td I'lriAtS B. & Co , ptiprlelart -n Ft1" C'Tr. Carney. Brown & Co. Jiff's. I 01 in not IN eui .sua. OR. H. B. WARB bpkcialm r. EYE, EAR. KOSB A.ND THBOAZ t??:CS HCUES: ITOMjT A.U. ItA Ti UA, H. '35 WYOMING AVE. PERSONAL. James I'. Dicks oi U in New Vork. lames Vd., of WtUtM' DaWfC, WM in the :ity yesterday. Miss Nellie ()niMr, of FltUtOB, In Tis itlnc fri-nds in this city. The ei'irajrement of M o fnme Hughes snd v. ( naatall li anaoanood. Mr. and Mt. T. K tfettletOB fire regis tered atti Wyoming House siuce their recent rttara from Florida, where they hnve been spending (lie wint-r. 1!. V. Bqoiar, tbe Will known jouriinllsi l thll city, linn returned from Atlanta, ' where be attended the International LnKtiH.,f l'ri" rlul.H aa representative ! the Bematon I're.s rlnb. PA-ijANORuM pleases. Artistic Work of Hopper and Hit Cora pa:. y EnthutlaiMcally Rclvd A lnrt'a andlanaa easamhlad at tha Aridetny last log to lannhaltha antics Of Ds Wolf Mo:. pr ana admlr vocal (Torts and plu ral attractions of pretty Dall 1 I 1. an I it is safe t, nay tU.r the anticipations of tita moat ssniitiin- ware fully realised in th sm on Of light music, fun n:id dasslin: ipa taeniae rti, Tho plot of "Panjandrum'' la easy tj grasp, while not an Improvement op m "Wang" it eootaiu lbs sltnatioos se sentinl to bring out tbo bin Comedian's psruli at taKuite in the frotoeqac linn. Upon Hopper' nldlitiee it ia nanccee. sary to ililato. He w.ia ai fnntiv eeer nnd kept tlie spectators convnlsed with bia drolleries throughout the p 4r. Dells Fox ii as bandanna as in th day- of yore whan .a a iter in the Dennett & ilonlton Opera company tir fh.tn cnrls and hahfish VoioecaB lirnted the young society mn or Scranton who irazed noon hr ciwirma nightly at 10, 'JO and 80 cent a khz-. Her Toice hai greatly Improved with nge, however, and hr old admireri wen no lonht equally plaaaed at bor efforts last night. Bdmnnd Stanley Ini several tuneful ttuor loioa and Helen Bemford U catches 11 few nirs ns they fly putt, but the half dozeu other principal have lit tle to do except to look either comical or "tatneMjDe. Dnrlng. Mr. Hopper's transformation from a piaiu ahinwrwelced anllor into a bam Homes, kiuir. Mihi Ida Fuller ia Kiven an opportunity to present sTeril of the "dance creations" of her sintiir, Loie Fuller, and the artiatlo binding of eolor and Rruceful poses of the dnncos were receivod witu prolonged applauee. At the baglnnlngof tlie thinl not Mr. Hopper apolotrlaed for the intro oocuonoiine popular epio, Ciisey ut the Uat, which wa. particularly apro pos at this time. j tie rendition throughout waa d lixbtfnl and from appearance! i'.m- juuoitim uiui.it! mi uiiprcsnon nioi the audience qual to that created i.y "Wuuk." All Frae. Those who have Dead Or. Kins' New Discovery know its value, nnd those who have not, hnve now the opportunity to try it Free. Cell on the advertised DrUMtn nnd get a Trial Hottle, Free. (Send your name and address to U. B, liucklon & Co Chicego, and get a sample box of iV King's Now Life l'ills. Free, as well as a copy of Guide to Health and Household Ihntructor, Free. All of which is gusrau. teed to do you good nnd cost you uothing. Matthews Bros. Drugstore. Don't Miae It. Mioes at manufacturer's prices today, Factory Shoe fctoro, 411 Lack's uve. S OF IE Majority of Citizens of Robinson and Jackson Streets S'gn Petition to Fave, TENDERED A FAREWELL PARTY A Pleasant Eveninr; Spent at the Simpson M. E. Parsonage Richard Watson's Narrow Escape Star of Hope Lcc!p;e Installs Officers Fu neral of Nelson H. Peck News Motes in Shorter Paragraphs The Wart side offlee of the Borahtoh lUBURI is located ut IO40 Jackson streut, whore subscriptions, advertisements and communication! win receive prompt at tention. A regular meeting of the West Side bonrd of trade WM held last evening In Clark'l hall on South Main avenue. Iu tbo absence of the preaidentaud vice president, T. J.Prlee waaohoseo obair miui protem. After the mtnutei of laat meeting bad been read by Secretary Charles E. D'ltiielr, A. M Morse, of the streets and bridges committee, re ported In regard to the paving of Jack sou nnd Robinson ltreet,that they had a mnjority on both sired. He bad a oeii lion in circulation which a lurg.' number ilgned, Still there araabont (i.tlit dOUbtfttl people. AttbOIUggM' lion of William l'nrr 11, 1 IpecUl com mittee oonalatlug of T, H Dale and D, M. Jonei was appointed to intrvinw the mayor in regard to the paving of Robinson street and to moun his aid and iuflaoUoe in the matter, Ou ac count of the small number present, no complete report of tbo committee could b reoelTed. Tbe parks and bridges were alto disoussed, An elec tion of officeri, u stated in yesterday's isU'', oooorrsd, in wbiob Charles E. Daniels retained the pasiii in of s-cre- tary. D.M.th cf an JCjiimable I.idr. At iw uilontel before fl o'clock yeaterdsy morulng death remoTedfrom this earth a well KttOWO and MtpMtl d rraideut The victim was no ottn-r than Mrs. Darl I i". Daviei, wife of U. E Danes, tailor, ol Deoker'a cmrt A t out two weeks ago Mrs. DeVilS Wai taken iil with u severe told, but at Brat no serious results wre exp oted The cold so.n cha"el to plsnrlsy pi. fin; u'' i 1, which mainly oauied bat death. Mrs. Davlea wai a iutive of Wales, and w.is 58 year of age. She tame to tii oonniry with her hits band tweuty-nini ynsrs ago and baa siren resided In Ibis sec tion. Sba was a women of firm c ristisn prlnolples and a d vout membsrof t&e First Welsh Congrega tional ib urea, Her sudden dsmta will jroT'' a sad 1 to h r family an 1 manv friends. Mr Dsvles Is survived by her husband tad nine children, namely N':s Abram Thomen, n i Edward. Margaret, Wllllsm Tbomee, Jennie. D.uii ', Sr i ' 1 ami I'earl Da vii s. Tbe funeral iiloecnr tomorrow afternoon at S,M o'ol iok Services will Dl conduct, il by Rev.David .1 '. paator of tlie First WrUh Ooogreg -tioual church. Tl(1-e.1 a Fs'Wll. Cbsrlei Watkina, formerly ureesmiu of TBI TUBCXB, was teudered a recep tion laal evening t the person age of the lletbodlst Epia Copal church en ROOOUnl of hi l"aving snortly f. r England Th" ga'.ha-l ik- eras e in aed 1 1 vrr iir.e number of young men from the Btmps m Methodist Episcopal church wbero Mr. Watkina oltlciates as Sunday school aup-rintend -ut Tin evaninr was sp. iit in a Very nnjorable manner smginz was Indulfed la and ipeeebte pertaining to Mr, VTatkin'i departure, were nude hy several young m-n y.r Watkins, after crosiiik,' me rater, will inak" a trip through tn continent is a fennperatton after years of labor Ta-- tr;p will OOOOpy about two yenrs !.'. frfbtnnts were served aod dr Wat kim rc-ived many hearty ban lsaak- ings and wiahes of im 1 w, v. si I as tall om .r. Btar of Hope lodge, N) 109, Anvri ran Protestan I ass lolatl in w.n on May 0. boh) a public Installation of off! rs fee the ensuing term in their hsll at the corner of Main avenue nnd Eynon street. A publlo entertainment srtll t held, and the following programme cvurne reiiil-red Sal-c'.ion.I.'wis Wat kim and party; solo, William .1. DitUh , recitation. Mise Llisi Jone!; silo, )t. vid Btephena; solo, Miss Lltfis .1 'uktns; unit. Villiam BvaM and T 1 n i Abram; violin aolo, Tbomaa D, Jooee; recitation, llv, D J me; selection. Lewis Watkine and pirty, itv i j. .lones will Im the chain 1 in of the even in Xlnor N. wi Nota. William Hutton, of Smth Lloooln avenue, it slowly recovering from a sud'esslnl operation recently p rform. .1 by l)r (leorgc It Hyuol Is Tbe efflelal board of the SlmpOOQ MetbodUt EplMopal ebnroh his de cided to make tbe pews of tin church free on account of the lr'a number of people unable to SVCUrS Seat! Tn" employee of the Hyde Pstk piiaft will oommenoe to work tomor row f r 1111 i llnes of four uioiiths. The time was consnmed iu sinking to the ( 'lark vein. A Urge number of voting people of the West Bide, attended a pleasant evening psrty ut the home of Miss Mamie Jones, of Summit uvenu' North End, last evening, An enj - nolo time w.i h id Tbe By 1 Park Liter irv and Deb it log noelety meetings will close on the last Monday evening of this 111 mth for the summer with i special programmi The remains of Nslson II Peek, for merfy a resident of this side, will be ronght to this city from Newark, N .1 , tins afternoon Bervloes will be bold in the IVnn Avenue Bspttst church 'I he train will r aoh the Dela ware, UMkawanna and v7astera depot at I 07 o'clock and the services will be eommeneed at 'i o'cloik Tha deoeaaa 1 wa a brother of .1 D Pack and .Mrs GB Pitcher, both of Price etrei Ttie Diamond mines bemn a sahadnl . of nine hours a day yet-r 'ay. Other mines are nUo on better time. Joeeph Zimmerll, of South Mala Rvenae, is ill, iMias Anuio Benoblsr, of North Lin coln avenue, has returned home ul tr viniting friend! in Nicholson. Will D. Uriliiihs, of North R'tmuer avenue, was in Olark'l Summit yester day. Tun TniDCMB now regularly reaches moro West t.iide liii.iuess men than any other morning p iper. At the Tabernacle churc'i this mirn Ing there will be an OBterlMUmeBl given ly Henry E. Jl-ese. Tbe bops of a home on the part of tho average New York workiiigmau ia 11 hojie lcss one unless he gets out Into some sub urb. The census thowa that out of 1,600, 0OU people in the city, 1,JO,000 live iu flats, (jtiemeats nud boarding houses. II mmimmiium notes ii Cases Heud Before Judges Albright and Ic Cluro Yesterday. THE PICK CASE GOES TO THE JURY Various Causes Heard in Court Rooms No. I and 2 An Insult to the Dignity of the Court at Jer myn Minor Matters Sentences. Other Business Transacted. Tho adjourned term of court of quarter suasions presided over by Judge Albright, of Allentown, and Judge Me dure, of Snyder county, was continued yeeterdiy. The most important of the cases on trial wks that of common wealth v. Michael Flick, of Mnyflsld, charge! with manslaughter. The de fendant was charged with having caused the death of John Fags on Christ mas last by a severe boating ad ministered. The commonweal th examined sev eral witnesses to the assault of Firk upon tbe deceased. Yesterday tbe de fense, represented by Hon. F. T.Okell and Joseph O'Brien, produced evidence to en-tain tue theory that Page had died Iroiu the effect! of injuries re ceived by falling from a car while in an iuti xiosted condition. Tbe oai! went to the jury atinut 11 o'clock yesterday morning and lit a lata hour l ist eruning they were si ill out. In court room No 2 Judge MoClure presided at ti e case against Felix Mi -Longhlln, Who wis charged with hav ing feloniously struck Mrs. Ann .loues. The tiial resulted from unpleaaantoess (hat OCenrred down at Taylor last June wh in a strolling modiotne man attempted to cure the entire neighbor hood, In u general sorimmage Mo Longhlln, It i' claimed, wblln en leaviriugto make a patient of Mrs Jonee, seal lentallf ran against hr and dealt her s severe blow in the si le, The jury d0lded that McLottgblin wns guilty only to tun extent that wonl 1 warrant his paying the 0 sate ol prosecution. J.C. Turner, just ic of the c at Jermyn. was proeeeutor of Prank Qsti before ends! MeClure. Aecordlngto tbe common wealth Qeti name Into the 'sqnlre's offlee. demands 1 aoms m may from lbs I'fflctal whic.iw.is Hopped fiom (isiz'a 1 ;y on nu attachment The rtqo it wee not granted, Ueti became violent at tuts and used lan guage that would tend to onet r (1 ta ttoos upon the dignity of the C 1 r t Too 'sqol re ordered Qti to qoittbi temple ol justice. Qeti psid no slteo lion to tee command, but continued ids tirs :' against the m agist i :.). Tbe prosecutor then start-I to rail an of ticer when (i u amoto Luu on the CU-rk. At this attack' the court rules of Jerntyn 'or time were f rou 10 in l the 'Squire descended from the 1 1 and allowed his right to first seek li tt's countenance in a manuer snf liciently forcible to cause the whole milky way to appear before hie vis ion, Uetz fell before the Mow Tnrnr then Went OUl for ,nn officer tn arrest lilt- fallen lo ro, and While he was ah ent Greta recovered end amneed blm salt by breaking a lamp, a . ig from a stove snd sm..i m tilings 1:0 ally about the office, The dsfeodant deoise all tbls snd Says it was Turner who wai tbe igie. lor and woo aeaeu.tel I, .1:1 II, ad in 1 tied Ii tvtog muds die igreea ble state incut in Mr J urn it, but denied hav ing struck iii 1:1. (fall was lound utility of aae suiting the eqnln la the case tronni.t against blm by John Roland be was found cot guilty, and tiuiauJ Was told to 1 ay Uo OUCiCi John Drown and gttatl MofWCWI re barged nilh burglarti sg tiie botchet ihopolP J Lawler, ol wintoo Beth were defended by G II Boper. It n plainly proven that the meat was lound iu the house of Martha llovon- sskl, where they boerded There wan no dltsrt vi 'ence against them, and by the instruction of the court they were declared not guilty. Henry Peel plead gu.lty to assault and balt-ry prtftrred against blm by E.len Mnul-y Sentence waa pj-t pohed. The ruse of John Lukous, c'lar;! with selling liquet without n license, was beerd bef.ire Judge Albright in the afternoon, The 'jury retired for consultation at 5 o'eli 1 Mlien leaf I'r-t anil lliklra '-well. VTbea a person's (eel end anklsa swell vrltboot bsing Inflamed be should at once tumult a physician This symptom, as a rule, I ruined by dropsy nnd point! to the kldliejs or heart 11 the c.iuses. And yel it inn bedue to other csnsss, sit hough very rarely, Indeed. It ia m summer thai n moat often fnm Independent of grave disease. Fbysiciatia iss-asinrially uncouu ter person, and naually srosneu, dusts (est and ankles - well so on le-r ihiys that they an- preveiiled frmu wearing urdmar) h In such lestancea the oauas Ut attribn la bia tO relaxation of Hie lis.-,ue and sh,i gtabmsa of eli nlntlon In tbs affected sx trsmltlsSi and the symptom, therefore, heed not oct-asloii npprcherisloil. Th-eX ceptional c-isi-s. boHi-Mr, are so rre it should always be held a highly suspicions sign and deserving the consideration of physician. Boston Herald. Hoe tha Bores Has Helped It imre. The boras can boasl ol a long line of an cestry, AgM l f ire the remains of Egyp tian kings vers laid In tbe pyramids tbs ancestors ol the bone u ere bnbedded in the more permaneni sepukbsrs of eocsnei mloosns and pliooau! formation!, thereto aait a Msurreotlon at exactly the time when modern scientists rr perplexed ovi-r ti e si pons iiifstion of i voluti n. Here, as always, the hone, though dumb, Mm! t the isslsfsnos of man, giving a testimony In favor of ivoluti on, showing as proof 11 fore foot having four toes, a hind toot with three a inter development h iv lug three toes 011 bath fore nnd bind feci And by a scries of modlflcnttottl of thll kind he itrengtbened the belief in those gradual changes on which theprincBjc ol cvoiutiuu are h.L-eil. LarWiue K. blgrnian lu Chicago herald. Self Betrayed. People who jump too quiokly nt condu slons aometimei have occasion to wiah ual they had not been quite so clever. "You ought to be aahimed 10 make fun of my hsirl" crlsd a little g(rl w hose curly locxi are red. "Why, I didn't!" wns the indig nant reply; but the aggnaved one returned: "I heard you. YoU Slid, 'Isn't it horrtdr' nud you must have meant my hnirl" Youth's Compnr.ion. A drill sergeant In the British army was ordered to ascertain the religious news of some, recruits, and this is how he did it: "Pall ini Church of England meu ou thi right; Romau Catholic on U10 left; all fancy religious to the rear!" Peodleeton ft Woora'j ar.d BnlUntlne's Ales are the best. K. il, Wauju, agent, SB LKckuwanuiiaveuns. F SOUTH SI A Few Paragraphs for the Truth Correspond ent to Peruse at His Leisure. TGHiiiiY GLYNN BOBS DP SERENELY He Had an Attack of Heart Failure When Ho Heard ths Bock Season Was Gone By Remarks on the South Side Base Ball Club Brid get Cjtiinn Erecting a New House. Other News in Shorter Paragraphs. Lilt evening! Truth contained n vor Bour reply to tho porfectly proper sug gestion made for its benefit in this col Utun. There waa nothing said in this Dspsr that tho correspondent of the Truth would not 1 xprssi under similar conditions There are tlnee morning paperi published in this city. If one ot the three is lu error regarding the lime set lor a funeral or any other matter of news, the other two may be right, nnd the Truth, When it takrs the trouhle to oouvey the in; ur ination tout some paper reported incorrectly any fact, should go 1 st. p farther and specify what paper committed the mistake. On every oc casion when the Truth corrected a tapes in some itatemonl appearing out side its own Column!, It was done bv barging it inn general way to the morning papere; and all of these limn I'M TbiBDNI whs right and did not deserve to be included. It is perfectly jus tillable on tbe part ot this papir to claim tha credit of being more accu rate than any other paper, bssonss the statement comports with tin facts, Lei the Truth :cp np to the bt and prove the contrary, if 11 oan Span enough time after drat clipping almoii bodily the new! ol Ine day from Tint TaiBI MB, 'I nor- is no f.-r that a Bre eating newspaper war will be the end 01 this, tec hi-, for the psrtoftbli p iper suni uout has b-eu a u i. 01 courae, if me Truth insist! on keeping tbe thing agitated for tbe purpose of pace Biting, II might boa temptation te a ij mm to meet agalo, t it 7. n a yon Oreeu nt frteadti Over tbo lulls from the poor bonis eaiirn Tommy Q rnn yesterday attar noon to spend tbe lumroer monthi among th ' ..ss on this si Is , Bip Van Wlekte, the greateel draw back 111 Tummy's com pool lion n hn Imnperabls avi roloo to all kin is of p: ,1 iS.e .il : When tiie Ki 1 f.-v.-r brokd out In the early fifties he nlalmi to have Irav-le l a' lallforola,! id not striking a coi '. mine on tbe coast, be drifted to tbe Uult itates md live I Hin mg the southern plantera until im- war 1 rose out, toco he traveled north The past thirty yean ol Ini life went pent, with the rseeptioo of lot rmitlent nerloda, iu the southern a. etlon of t iis nount 'lhnioiivii.nl who rolned the term nob 1, "mutt nave ha 1 In ble mind n olc tnre of Glynn. Never known to refuse a dm k or a n;o e from 1,11 n d 1 i pipe, always on the elsrt to disappar when work crossed ins path, and al ways ready with hie Hibernian wli or a story a ysrd long, be spent m life 11- meandered np Fittston av-nu . ter lay afternoon with his knapsack 011 bti ibool b-r and a woi be gnu i . x. r- lion 00 l.i face. Tile nnpleasaul fi- -. Ollection that the brk tsr SeilOO bad pussd nearly broke his tiesrL Sit 1 1 Amateur Pata Ball Cl-..b Ti r South Sid Bass Ball club nt tbe Iroageet aggregation cf amateur baas l all j lavrrs iu .ckawanna conmy. I; li made np of reiansnti uf the old Athletic t ,ub and the Apollo It tie Ball t ub. L tsl season it w.,n tuna o il of v-rr ten gam plated, and has a rle .r r. ir 1 so far this lesson, lie; 11 . . - a-ii M.lvin, ba e very dscepllvs drop curve that kei pa the berdscl biitrrs gneeslng (allengei are open to any dub in this or Lotsmeooon till Are Read,- (or thatlenues. Tin South Bide Due Ball club lean amateur aggregation that will put up a a'iit t-d.-e 1 gam- this M ason List yeai it was nailed the Btarllgbta and nine ut of ev. ry ten iw.a plat-ed r. raited in itetorise. Tbe plteheroftbi :eam, iiw-u Kelvin, throwt a speedy drop cntVS that annoys the hardest bitten of opposing olulat Cualleugrs from any club in thll or Lttserni . y win rec.-ive attention 1 a Manager Qrlf Bleberdi through the Co. Ulna uf 1 in: TsUBI Rs, Fh"rtr 1'arserai b William Mnck, of Klg street, for inerlv of the Brai ot M ck A llcl e.!, will move neit week wan nu family to Brooklyn, where he and two uf In.i brathem kava Kniiarlii nttl n nlit ai.i. liehed rani..e factor1 em pi ring folly hau. Is. Tne fnuernl of th- months old we Of Stanley McCloskey. of lir-aiwoo.l, will oeeor tms afternoon at 8 o'c oi Intfiuiei.t in Mioooka Polish oeni ttery, .'dra Dn Igel Q nut. of Maple street, is building a large don.de boUM 011 the rear of her lot, one of M Bobinsoo'i b sr wag ns, loaded Willi malt, brnk down on Lick- awanna avenue yeeterdsy, None of Ibe load wis scattered and in asborl time it wee Iranefetred to another wagon, The South Side Industrial building and Loan association nominated the following 1 IB N rs at a business meeting Monday evening: President, II. J Ziiglsri vice preeident. John Bobenr jr.; treainrer, John 0, Miller; seers tnry, B, F. Z Igler; directors, Harry llsnier, H. A. Zimmerman, II. F. Uab cock. They will ia balloted for n week from Hon nv night .Mr. QustaV A. Miller, of C'dar ave nue, is gone to I'biladelpiiit on a visit to her parent Bits will jonroey to ti e far west ou a pieasuro trip before returning. I Ml Weil BaoegB to Bemembet These. Several gantll men were at lunch and the talk lied been 011 H.innib il llnmlin. The autocrat of tbe oocasion saldi "Hamlin tliisl out of luirness. Hut how many du d in il We have-had four presidents die In the ad nal running i:!,ar o( offlooi Harrison, Who WM Ihe lir.it; then iu order named, Taylor, Lincoln and Qarfleld. Five vice presidents died in officii Clinton, Gerry, King, Wilson and Hendricks. JohnQnincy Adams nnd Andrew Johnson, both vice presidents, died in political Offlos, the for mer while a member ot the house, tbs lat ter while a senator." Chicago Tribune. Vast forests In Tiisniniiin. it makes an EngltshmBU'l month water to hear that tl I orOWU forcstsof Tasmania cover over li;,tw0,(W acres. The gum trees, which are most common lu these forests, are of grent sue, some of them being H)7 feet in girth, while there, are peppermint trees iUO feet high. The mminii tree, the red gum, the weeping gum, the iron bark nnd the blaekwood arc some of tin. other useful or ornamental trees, of which the lucky Tnsmmiiaiia possess n virtually un limited supply. London Figaro. AGAINST tINOEN STREET BRIDGE. Those Who Favor tha Birncturo for Mul berry Street Met Laat Nhrbt. A meeting of Scrnnton citizens ns ouibled in the arbitrntion room of the court house lust night to argue the matter of changing tho location of the proposed bridge from Lindeu to Mul berry street. H. E. Pnine vrns choisn chairman, Ben Samter, necretary, and Israel Bit tenbendor, trsasnrer. A oommlttei of five, cnniistinf; of J. M. Konnuerer. Samuel Sauiter, John E. Bairett, Joieph O'Brien Hnd W. H Hazlett, waa appointed to procure an opinion from an attorney r-lative to legal obstructions that may be mot 111 asking councils to ngree to the change. A vote of those present was tak'di on the sentiment tor or against the change. Only ono member favored the Linden street site. Another committee of three. 15. Moses. William lilmnn snd Frank Dol ling, sr., wns appointed to solicit funds to carry out the project. Tho main objection! against the Linden street site on which nil proient were of ono mind are that the bridge could be ballt 90, 000 chesoer nt Mul berry street b cans j tlie spin would 'e considerably ihorter, the grade would not be so heavy and the right of wayi would not be IC 0 'St.y. The only objection to the Mulberry street site is that two big culm dumps would hem lu tbo bridge, This wns met by the slntmnt that the dumps would disappear. g (gu they WOUld either be cleaned and nsd for fn-l or ntilistd by tilling np mine space. 'The committee of five was impowi r erod with ways and msans fuuc tiom and wid invo the matter of ar ranging for future meeting! in tbeir hands. K 10 1 f America. No. 10 of the charming art series, "Ami rlea" has srrived sn 1 copies rnev h procoredat Till Twni ni bnsinees cllloe, rhe iniesi nnmber ol these delightful studies m ih prove on of the most Interest ing of the collection. Mails iiiX't Exclusively. Beat noide. 1 la any desired nnmber of ttiiee. (tautschi i- Bona., maBttfaeturers, 1090 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won dsrful orcheetrUl organs, only IS and ltd. Pnedaltyi Did n.u sic boxes carefnlly re-rain-d snd Improved with new luao. II sv Is 1 Bveryooe goes or Inonlre Bboe st. re, 411 Liu k'a avi for th. 'actory Btenosjraphere l um'sh'd re preps red to fnrtn-h business men 11 . rile. 1 tr- w a W vi s Neapolitan IV 'are? li is Ihe Most Artistic ever made. Baby Carnages If you want 0 good car riage you should see them, s - ' I I . -s iL'iiwU taJwyJ Best Assortment. CHINA : HALL WEICHEL & MILLAR 11G Wyoming Avanuo. ni Butter LacKawanna Aye. 0. DITCEBURN. FRESH EGGS RECEIVED DAILY WHY DO YOU DO IT? Why ran all over the city looktoi forgold aollara with on bnndred an l ten cents' north or irold in th"m- Jtut vou will ennn very el pas to It it li y oi i-ill nail al the right pi ice. lliiu.' your dollars .'. Id, silver and Sjreeu bar i.s-to A. W. JUEI80H i8a SPR1 OX BTI KBT, and get full value for your money In BICYCLES, PIRK ARMS, riSMIifQ TACR1 B, PINK CCTLKRy, DOC COLLARS AND OKNERAL SPORTING ;KMsi. Tin- VTCTOB wurr.i. Uada Bicycjjs, flra aims, st&. repaired at short none... Key llniiik' s loectalty. (live me a cell. QEED POTATOES ALL hist VARIBTIKS. And all kinds GARt)BN BBBDB in buik ami in pack ages. Pierce's Market fEIMIM AVE. Pri Magic, Mirth and THE Hindoo Handkerchief Puzzle We have engaged PBOF. VBBTJELO, the Codobrated Hindoo Magician. Bxhibitiona daily in our large center window from 3.30 to 0.30 P. M. and from 8 to 9.30 P.M. The Fuzsle Given Away with purchase of every Suit of Clothes or sold at TWENTY-FIVE CENTS. Irlartin & Delany VYyoming Avenue. ;?c!riHm!wi!mii'ii!i!' rub ras M)S Lackawanna Ave. Millinery Jnstopensd tun line of Siilors which Will he s 1 1 below prices. TBIUnEO HA IS Worth !. 75 for $1 81 Worth ii I B0 for 5, Worth 0 00 f r I '." Worth $19 Oh .'or TV LACE CURT A I. IIS Tht l irgii and beat sisortil line In the S'.ats from tho c'ienpst to the best M styes, worth SO s r .rl 89 10 styles, worn ffi oi lot $8.73 -ii styles ral BtusseU,from $11.50 to $00 I'O n psir 50 styles l:ih I'oint from $100 to $85 00 CALL AND BEE THEM fiiiiMiHiiiiiiiiiiiinittiiiirusiiiiui'iinMuiiiiiiiiiiinnuiiiiiituiiiiiinii!!" Dunlap Straws Now OPEN Christian, THE Hatter. Theelrcua is coming t . I . v i: W.:;;ei Rirre bee been hi sjWKhavs beoa here! we ure hfre; we will !a hare. A.a n we nay, hk in on tn, ul if we cannot -h m 00 tho flte-st Ins Ol lilt ti I I AM BPOM IM. r. '!-. mi i i record of more Msyoks sslss thtn any o.ber drm in the cltr, we will take -mu ia the show. PLOJREY &HOLT Y. M. r. A BUILDING Bicycle Riders, Take Notice! CAPS Invented by a rider Somsthiirg New Has the Agency for them THE CF.LE9RATF.D Ar at I'roscint the Mut ropclar anl I'rofrrrc-il ty tsAiluiR ArtOts Ware rooms : Opposite Columbus Monument, 20C Wa6hinaton Av. Scranton.Pa. s4lT Only $3.80 OUnillEJl Mystery Hon Cloak Department. 1 Ladies' Capes in Bine, Navy and Drown, Worth Wort a Worth Wor'.i Wortn $.1 00 :; us 10 no H no '.' "i 00 for for for for for il " i 1 fM 5 88 8 75 18 oo Laiies' end Misses' Jjckefs a Must be sold. Now is your obanon Jackets worih sd fsl for $1 M Jacketa worth ' BO for 8 80 Jackets worth 18 00 for 4 20 LADIES' SUITS Worthed .) for f. 00 Worth 8.50 for 5 78 Wurth H.ijofor B.85 I SPECIAL Ia Fi mc Diagonal Worsted Suit for Men, . in colors black ,,, , and Diue, lor C!i)(hirs,tidi2riSrurnisfiEra Suits Gapes Jackets Fcr Women Sell, Sell, Sail, is tho order of the day. FIFTEEN Imported Clay Jaokets, Cur, Btyle and Work tho host of the tailor's art. A radnotion of 60 Per Oi ot. Bee thin ofJTer Ing of High-olata Jaoketat Your size is hero. CAPES i" Cloth, HoriB Silk, Covet Cloth and Lace. Many styles and prices thai will please yon SUITS Printed Duck nnd Serges, Striped and Spot Patterns. You onghl to have one. Th price, to $7.60. G.W. Owens Ho Cloak nnd Suits Milkers, Court House Square?