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'l'tlK HCKANTON MONDAY MORNIKO, JUNE 23. 1894.
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FOR ONE WEEK
We will soil our entire stock of
Hew aud Stylish TRIMMED
HATS at GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES. Come and see them at
303 SPRUCE STREET.
120 Wyoming; Avenue
410 LACKA. AVE.
Have your COLLAHS starched In the old
troy, when you on barn tlifltu louo with soft,
pliable Buttonholoi for TWO CENTS EACH.
If you want
Wall Paper or- Window
Shades, come to us.
We have a full line of
and our prices are
Williams k ttulty
127 Wyoming Ave.
Tbf Sorantou Training school for teacher?
win cioie toaay ror tnu summer.
Qigb mass and Suuday acbool will be
uisvoutluuod at the cathedral until Sep
tember, beginning next Sunday.
Miss Leona Orogory, of Marion street,
ha received four years' scholarship to
Adrian college as a reward for the highest
average in her class.
The members of tho graduating class of
TH. of the high school, are requested to
meet tnia morning at a o'clock at Liberty
bail, for a day's sojourn at Mountain
The annual basket picnic of Grace Re
formed Episcopal Sunday school will go
to Lake Ariel tomorrow morning at 8.30
o'clock over tho Erie and Wyoming Valley
There will be an important meeting of
the executive committee of the High
School Ahlinul association iit the Younu
Men's Christian association building at 8
o'clock this evening, A full attendance is
This is the "Fallot Rabylou" programme
for today: At 2 o'clock the Babylon guards
Will meet; at 3 o'clock the drill compa
nins; at 7 o'clock men rehearsal: at 8
O'clock general rehearsal all on the Froth
During tie prist week the exchanges of
tl.o bcranton Clearing house wore as fol
lows; June 18, 189, !). 42; June 19, flGi -877.71;
June 20, 1106,082.04; Jane 21, tivj -076.13;
Jofte 22, 129. 391.6s; Jane 23, SlOfT.
051.03; total, 1830,809.11,
Tho committee preparing for the excur
sion of the cathedral parish to Mountain
Park on Aug. ID, met last night mid list
ened to reports and made further nr
rxngements to enhance the enjoyment of
tfauno who will uttend.
A change in the time table of the New
York, Ontario end Western railroad went
luto effect yesterday. North bound trains
leave ihe ScruDton dtpjt at 8.30 a. m.;
10,55 a. mN and 0.10 p. m. The 10.55 aud
6 10 trains will run throjigh to Hancock
Junction. TrniDs leave hmicnck Junction
for Brranton at 0 a. m. and 2.05 p. in. Car
bondale for Scrantonut 7,H a. ui.; 3.34 and
6.M p. m.
The alarm rung from box 83 yesterday
morning was caused by a slight blaze in n
bouse on Prescott bouse avenue. The
woman of tbo house left a pan of meat on
the stove and went to church. The grease
took are, but no damage was doue. Lust
night the alarm which culled the city com
panies ont in a harry resulted from n slight
lire In the chimuey of a house on Mineral
Street. A few buckets of water oxting
ulthrd the blaze.
Tomorrow morning at 10 o'olock the
twenty-second annual commencement ex
ercises of St. Cecilia's academy will be
held held. The following young ladies
will be graduated from thu Institution:
Miss Anna Cbrysoitom Colllgan, Miss Ter
esa Leona Ciisiok, Miss Mary Catherine
Dunn, Miss Mary Aloyslns Loughlin, Miss
Mary Francis Toohey, MUs Ceoilia Sylves
ter Bchroeder, Miss Rose Clabrielle Camp
bell, Miss Mary Cecilia Cusick.
The Bcranton Press club yesterday dis
cussed the advisability of holding a Jay's
outing at Lake Ariel iu August, M R
Banders, P. W. Gallagher, B. Frank
(Squires, James O'Connor, J. E, Kern,
James F. Mitchell and A. . VnOrbis were
appointed a committee to decide whether
a regatta, or just, an excursion would be
held. The committee will meet this after
neon at 4 o'olock and report its action to a
'nil meeting of the club, to be held tumor
'ow afternoon at 4 o'olock.
Os.n All Niht
at tollman's Spruce street
The Junior Harmony Class
Of Misa Hardsnbergh's Planof orto school
will give a program of class day exercises
Monday, June 85th, at 4 o'clock p. m.
Professional and other friends Interested
in pupils' musio study cordially invited.
Pmobed by In, N. F. StahT at Green Ridg
LAST YEAR ONE OF PROSPERITY
The Gratuitous Work of the Apostles
and Their Deprivations is Applied
as an Interesting Parallel to Church
Duty-What the Church Has Done
In the Year Freely Ye Have Re
ceived, Freely Give.
The nineteenth church anniversary
Una tne tenth anniversary of the pas
torate of Rev. N. F. S-lalil were celt
orated yesterday at the Green Ridge
Only tlino calls hare boen issued for
pastois. who, by a straliijs ooiuoidonoe,
were memoers of to. g iuie class ui
Princeton, yet were from th east,
south an 1 west. They were Ry. W.
a. autre, oi iew Jersey, who did not
accept; RT. W. a Walker, Mary'
land, pastor for seven years, aud Rsv
N. F. titalil, tbl present pastor. ltsv
.laiiics jucfjeod, D. D, of the First
Fr-sbytMiau church, was alao of tho
sstne college class
Tho test of yesterday morning' an
niversary sermon was: "And they said
nothing," Luke, zzii, 33. Mr. Stubl
Blid that the Master ouu day called bis
apostles uruund II im and sent tiium out
among meu to pmacb the gospel of the
kingdom, suymg. "Freely have ye re
ceived; freely give." He prohibited
their taking the things moat men
would have thought necessary for their
work. Two- years later the tnastur
said: "When I sent vou without nurs-
and script, lacked ye anything?" And
they said : "Nothing. "
Mr. Btabl drew au insttuctivs paral
lel and e ii J the church of today is tho
ipostle succesior us kingdom build
ers. For nineteen years Lho Green
Ridge Presbyterian church has en.
gaged in tho mission aud tho past year
;ias bfeu oue oi activity aud prosperity,
EN'COUIIAOIXO CHTJHOH WUUltKS
The station reported to the Presby
tery at its elated meeting iu April as
follows: Five elders,05 new members,
88 receive I from other oharohe., ddi
Hone 08, 494 communicants, 23 adult
baptisms, 11 infant baptlmt
Benevolent contributions were as
foiloivs: General home missioas, $G3;
general Sunday school, $19; for Mr.
fCtusaa, $880 total, $107. O.uorcoa
tilbatlons undo the tutil $1,140.
A p.sume of the Sunday school work
was made in which attention wus
oalltd to tiie piinataking work of
Colonel F, L Httcbooclt,tnperiotendtnt
of tii" school. Mr. Stab! spoke of the
work of the Christian E.ideuvor aud
Junior unions, thu Women's ilinsion
ury society, tho L-dla' and Girls' Mis
slouary band, King's Daughters, the
Ladies' Aid Society and otf,or church
associations. In enjb ciso tho work of
the year shows an increuso In matters,
both pp.iitu.il und otherwise. Iu speak-
- of the retirement of Attorney G. 8.
Woodruff from the treasunrship, Mr.
Stab said the church would bold iu
grateful romenbrance the long term of
burdchsomd and nnromuuoratcd ser
vice, From alt sources the coutribntlons
ror benevolsnt work has been $2,100;
receipts from othor sources makd the
total received, $7.1100. The estimated
church expense for the year will be
"And now bretheren in considering
this beautiful and progressive ehuroh
the Lord has given us, oar increase of
membership, oor year of prosptrly,
wueu ine jjiastor nek's "Liok ye any
thing," must wo uot answer "noth
ing." "Freely ye have received, freely
ive." Now what does the Lord want
ns to gie? In one word, yoursalvja.
CHRIST OWES C3 NOTHING.
Brethren, are we giving ourselves to
the Lord and His work? That is what
Ilo wants what lie claims. In all the
coming time 1st us be faithful to Him,
to soulu, to tbis church, to each other,
to our own stives. Christ hss gracious
ly said : "Freely ye have received fret
ly give," but be might haVesuid: "I
oommitted to you much in trust, pay
that thou owest," Ah, wo owe so muoh.
How would each of ns live if this
were to be his last year on earth? This
is the way that you ought to livo, my
brother, this year. This yon yourself
will confess. Snail we not try to at
least approach such a life this year: "I
have lived like a beggar," said a dying
philanthropist, "that beggars might
learn to live like men," and so, us has
been well said, Christ lived like a man
that men inignt learn to live like God.
Brethren, shall this be oar church
motto this year? As we remember all
tho Lord has bestowed upon us and
what He asks us to do for Him and His
lost ones. "Freely ye have received,
freely give." If so, nnd we try to live
np to it, what a year it will be for Him,
tor them, for us.
The Lord asks us what we neol more
than He has given us, in order to make
this twentieth year of our work for
Him a great and glorious work. Aud,
brethren, we mnst answer in the worda
of the text, "Nbthlng," Then He will
exjeot euch a year's work.
PUPILS' PIANO. FORTE RECITAL,
Programme to Be Budrd by Miss
Harder.bsrglilj Scholars Today.
The following programme will be
given this afternoon at 4 o'clock at
Miss Hardnubergh's etudio by tho
junior pupils of tho school, assisted by
inifses iiueua reuwarueu and Alice
Benson of the senior olaas:
"The Joyous Peasant" Schumann
Miss Jeunio Jenkins.
Miss Alice Benson.
"Johannos Brahms" Essay
Miss Elizabeth 6DonnelL
"Reaper's Bong" Vogel
Miss Kathryn Steel. "
Miss Alhe lienton.
(u) ( Allegro from Houuta Haydn
(b) j Dance of the Brownies Sohmoll
Miss Marv Dai
Niels W. Gade Easav
Mis, K. Richards Price
Uarkl Uark! the Lark". ..Schubert-Liszt
Miss Bessie H, el.
Aldress Goorge W. Phillips
Mliihtrols song Huumfelder
Mlfses Urtls Foots and Nsiiia st.eeii.
Moruiug Prayer struabbog
Alias Elizabeth O'Donuoll.
Fredorick U. Chopin Essav
Miss Hesaio Reel,
j Meloldy (song without words.
( Maiden's Lament Folk Song
Miss Lucy Becker.
j Cradle Song Van Laer
t The Doll's Ball Licbner
Miss S. Richarda Price.
Presentation of Pricos.
Aliss Adelia Pouwardeu.
MRS. GRIFFIN'S EMPLOVIfc
He Wanted to Kill Her with an Ax and
Mrs. Emily Griffin, formerly a well-
to-do resident of Park Place, now
through dissipation dispossessed of her
fortune and forced to make her living
ns a domestic, weat before Alderman
lntzsinimons on Saturday and had a
warrant issned against au Italian
named James Leo, of Nay Aug Falls.
Sbe resided as a servant at Lso's
house. They were having an all-round
celebration when Lo became enraged
and assanlted Mrs. Griffin with an axe,
and wonld have killed her but for the
arrival of a neighbor.
Leo paid a fiue of $5 aud costs and
EARLY BIRO CATCHcS THE WORM.
Sunday Violators Inform Agalaet Them
selves Early This ttorolua.
Atau early hour this morning a
number of vlolaters of the Suuday ob
servance law lil.d Information against
tbumsdlves before Alderman Fitzsim
inons aud paid the same old $4 line.
While yesterday was more generally
observed in compliance with the law
than previous to Mayor Conuell's let
ter, several druggists and merchants
sold sodu water and other commodities.
THOUGHT IT WAS APPLE JACK.
Martin Crosslcy's Unadcatod Palate
Almost Lost Him His Life-He
Is Now Out of Danger.
Martin Crosaley, a butcher by trade,
'living for the past year it the City
Hoarding bouse on Lackawanna uv
uut, iuxt lo McGarrah & Thomas'
drug store, swallowed some chloro
form yesterdry afternoon and wrfut as
close to death ss man could without
actually "ensuing in his oheoks."
Crossley aud uuotner Doarder found
a pint betlle half fillcid with chlorn.
form, and thought it was apple jack.
Each took a mouthful and Crossb'y
swallowed soun of the fluid, hia com
panion spitting out what ue bad taken.
It a low secoudB Crossley became uu
consclons and Drs. Hand' and O'Mnlley
were hastily called.
Kinetics wom applied and from the
vomit there came a atrong exhalation
of tho drug, Strychnin und atropine
had to lie given bypodermloally to
preserve life, and after thre hours'
hard labor the doctors succeeded in
getting him ont of danger L ite last
tiight he was restiug comfortably and
siutod bo drank the poison thinking it
Crossley is a temperate man nnd had
not teen dri-iking yester.liy. His nar-
eiits ure wall-to do and live in Danville.
Hf ia apparently 25 yenrs old uud uf
LECTURE AT THE C-.THE0RAL.
It Will Be Dilivurod Ev II v. D. C. Cun-
nlou N x; Sunday Ni.,ir.
The Si. Vincent de Paul society of
tho Cathedral parish met last night ut
its rooms and completed the arrange
ments for u lecture for the benefit of
its treasury to te given next Sunday
night iu the cathedral. Atmoujjh no
admission will be charged, a collection
will be taken up Ht which ouch person
is at literty to contribute his mite.
the lecture will be delivered by
Iiev. D. C. Cunuion, pastor of thu
Lpiphuuy church, of New York. The
loilnwinL' gsntlemon will take un the
collection: J. J Maghrsn. M. P.
Flynn. John Colli gen, M. J. O'Malley,
J. C'boyle. Vine street; P. J. McCaf
frey, J. U Corcoran and B. D
As ushers Frank MoAndrew. J. J.
G'Boyle, T, P. Hoban, P. J. McCaffrey,
Morris Collins, and J. J. Brown will
MISS KORAN'S RECITAL.
It WiU Take
Miss Clare Horan, under Mr. South-
worttis direction, will give a piano
forte reeital at Powell's music store
this evening, assisted by Mrs. Josenh
O'Brieo, soprano, and Mr. A. W. Rio-
pard, violinist. Followlug is the pro
bouata, Op. 27, No. 2 Beethoven
Air Vane, Violiu Solo p. Rode
Louro (From Third Suite for Collo). ..Bach
- ror au BieraHT." Maoobernnl
Polonaise, Op. 'JO, No. 1 Chouln
Nocturne, "Lovj's Droam," Liszt
Aiiagio aim uouuo, from hoveuth Vuiiin
t'ouccrto P. E.1(ln
Valse, Op. a, No 2 U;uT
DEATH OF OR. GARDNER.
A Former Eorsstonian Is Buried at
The remains of Dr. Edwiu L. Gard
ner were buried at Montrose on Satur
Twenty years ago Dr. Gardner. In
company with Charles M. Koon, was
host at the Wyoming, in this city. For
many years past Dr. Ciardner bee rt
sided at Binghsmtoii,
tfORTH END BRIEFS.
fTh.i North' Eud ofllefl of the 3ciiatoh
TRIBOMB is located at tho Lewis Drill? Htore
wueru suos'-r itons. auvertlHomenta and com
mnnicstiona will reo.-lvo prompt attention.
F. W. Judge, of North Main avenue, had
a ploseaut day's fishiugin the Susquehanna
At a recent meeting the Liberty Hose
company decided to provide uew regnla
tlon caps for the nunual parado.
Morgan H. Williams, of Providence, has
hotn elected nations! socretary of the
American Order of lvorites In the place
r,f the late D. P. Thomas. Mr. Williams
is well-known in Hcranton and has earned
.ml prizes at Elsteddfodau aud is an
excellent bard and essayist
The members of the Welsh Baptist Sun
day school nre requested to meet at the
voRtry on Tuesday at 1 o'clock, and tho
members of the Thnmns Jefferson Lodge of
ivoritea at ineir usn, west Aiarket stroet,
at tho same time, for tho miriiosoof at
tending the funeral of William Evans. 323
w ik Btreet.
The committee of the Puritan Congre
gational and the First Welsh Baptist
churches' joint excursion have arrau"ed
tho following programme for tho con pe
titions at Farview on July 14: Choral
competlon for party over 12 and under 16,
Hj iuuNo. Ul.Oospel HymnsN". 5,f3; Reci
tation for girls, "You Bottur Fan Away,"
LileW y Brlyt), 00 cents: duet, "When
flast Thou GIuod Todav," Gospel hymns
No. 4, tl prizes; arithmetical competition,
boys or girls under 15, to count 101 back
ward, 25 ceuts; quartette "Redeemed,"
Gospel hymus No. 4, II !: impromptu
speech, 25 cents; eld men's competition,
50 to 03 years of :,'e, "Hen Wind fy
Nhadau," liugllBh or Welsh, 60 cents; solo
for irls, "Flee as a Bird from the Moun
tain," 50 cents. Competitors names to be
handed to f-Secretary George E. Davies,
tyring street, not later thsu July 10.
The Old RoliabWt.
The old reliable Caledonian olub of this
city will hold its annual gamns at that
dno and tbady snot, I. unci Hill park, on
July 4. As the convention of Caledonian
club will be held iu this city on July 8,
every effort Is IwHng put forth to
make the games this year a greater SI c
oess than ever. A large nnmber of dele
gates will be in attendance in Highland
oestuue and laud beauty to the scene.
of Fred Martlu's suibmer garden. Clam
hako aud music all this afternoon and to
night, Greatest Rammer Drink.
Kopp's Cheer. Only at Coursen's.
1 POLITICAL FIELD
Legislative Convention Will Be Held at Jer
ui) a Tomorrow.
THOSE WHO SEEK NOMINATION
Charles P. O'Malley Willing to Do
Battle with the Candidate Who Will
Be Named Republican County
Convention Will Probably Not Be
Held Until Latter Part of August.
Coming State Convention.
At 10. 80 tomorrow morning the Dem
ocrats of the Fonrth legislative dis
trict of the county will meet
in convention at Jermyn to nomi
nate n cuiMtidatc for state legisla
ture It is the third legislative con
vention already held in the county, the
Republicans of the First and Third dis
tricts having their candidates named.
Tuesday's convention will be called
to order by James Pidgoou, of C irbon
dale, aud the following candidates will
probably be placed 111 nominal inn ;
II. T. Burke, of Carbondale, the pres
ent member from lho district; James
CHARLES J. v UALUtT,
C'andUato for RepitbHcnn ininluutlon
rourtli Lvglslativu fn trlcu
J. Feeley, Miles McAr.drew an I P. J
White, Aichbald, and .1. B. Commings
Dickson City. The delegates to the
cnuvention wer named Siturday. Tl)
trieuas or t.io caudidntcs ssy at this
writing It is uncertain as to who will
As the Fonrth district is Dmocratiu
by a majority that it has, iu the past,
ooeu found difficult to overcome, much
interest is felt iu tho candidate that
will be named by tho Republicans to
do buttle for the redemption of the dls
ONE WHO IS WILLIHO.
Tuere is at least one person who Is
willing to buckle on his urmor and do
battle for Ii-publiuau principles in the
f onrth distnut, and that is Charles P.
O'Malley, of Olypbsnt, He is au able
and aggressive young man who for sev
eral years has beou the stenographer
t nriii l nr..- c. r- , ,
i i vTiiiuru. irnrruntx iaapp. in n'l
dition to bis steuographia work hi
read law aud passed bis final examina
tion for ndmissiou to the bar a fey
weeks ago. He is popular in the dls
trlct ami would ;:ivo royal battle to
the candidate the Domocrats will name
On Wednesday the Democratle state
convention will assemble at Harris
bnrg. On the basis of the vole cast
for Cleveland in 1892. 454 delegates are
entitled to seats in the convention. It
is probubls that there will be far from
a full representutlou. Among the
candidates mentioned for the nomina
tion for governor are William Singerly,
of Philadelphia; ex-Mayor W. Horace
Rose, of Johnstown; Senator Gerard
C. Brown, of York ; George A. Jenks,
of Jtit ison; Walter E. Hitler, of Ly.
coming; Samuel McCuin Wherry, of
Cumberland eouuty ; Judge H, Willis
Bland of Berks.
For lieutenant governor the eandi
dates are Colonel F. J. Fitztimmous,
of this city ; Colonel K. Bruce Ricketts.
of Luzerne; Charles A. Diokerman, of
iNortnumDeriaua county; ex-Mayor
l nomas f.. xiierritt uud Robert E
James of Northern ton ; ex-.Senator Han
tllbal k. Sloan, of Indiana, an 1 It Jones
Mouagban, of Chester county. It is
altogether likely ihat IGeneraf W. W.
Greenland will be burned for Secretary
of Internal affuirs, and for the office of
auditor general, William B. Given, of
Lancaster; Wells B. Clendenin, of New
Castle: ex-Mayor John Fertlg. of Tl-
tusville, and George S. Fleming, of
Pittsbnrg, are mentioned. For con-gressrneu-at-largo
the most prominent
names mentioned ais ex-Congressman
Coffroth, of Somerset; Captain Wil
liam iiasson, or Venango; DeWitt
Clinton DeWitt, of Bradford ; Gsorge
F, Baer, of Berks; ex-Cougrsseman
Snowdeu, of Lehigh, nud William
Krickbuuin, of Columblu.
REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION.
County Treasnrer D. W. Powell. who
is chairman of the Republican county
committee, snid when seen by a Tkib
Unk reporter yesterday thnt the senti
ment of the members of tho nartv
throughout the county is agaiust an
early convention. It seems to be the
general impretslnn, he said, that the
latter part of August would be time
enough to hold tbe nominating con
A petition was presented to him last
week signed by members of tbe county
committee inking bim to call that
body together to consider the auestlon
of fixing u time for the uonventtou. Iu
will be the great week
of the season on
Pines and Berries
1,000 quarts of Ber
ries every day direct
from the best grow
ers, received by every
E. G. COURSER
429 Lacka. Ave.
conversation with a number of those
who signed tbe petition Mr. Powell
said be was informed that they had at'
taehed their names to the paper mere
ly to please those who bad presented it
to them without giving the matter any
They did not favor an early conven
tion, belitviug thnt if the candidates
were placed In the Held the latter part
of AugUBt the eampvign would lie
plenty long enough. It is very proba
ble, therefore, ibat summer will be on
the wano before the convention assem
bles. Tbe Democratic convention will not
be hold until after tbe Republican
party has made its selection of candi
dates. Tiiose who are leading the
forlorn hope say tbe Republicans may
make mistakes In tbe selection of can
didates of wbich they can take advan
tage. TIfE CONGRESSIONAL Plant.
The struggle for tbe Republican
nomination for congress is focusing
the groaUst amount of attention.
Ex-Mayor Fellows Is working In
his nsual earnest, systematio man
ner, and at present has the field to him
self. On Wednesday congressman J. A.
Bcranton is expected to return from his
visit lo his daughter In the west. Tbe
canvass will then, no doubt, become
SENTENCES IMPOSED BY COURT.
David Williams Sent to the Peniten
tiary for Two Years Thomas
McGuire Found Guilty.
Tho hand of justice wns not heavy
on Saturday, but tho prisoners reoelvod
the just dues for their crimes. Joseph
Clmmp, ofOiyphant, who slightly in
jurwi Mayk Kranj ik in u saloon by
hob.ing him, was sentenced to pay $1
Hue, costs of court and ssssd six
months in the county jail. In the cases
against Miehael WuUn, Patrick Cor
ooran and WlUWia Noll the costs were
put upon tho county.
Shndrnoh Lawis, for, deserting bis
wile, wus required to give bail to in
sure tbe payment of if a month to her
support. Patrick Maugan, for threats
tiguinst John Joyce, was imposed with
the costs. Tnomas M. Thornton, who
pleud guilty to using an iron bar on the
neok Of Albert Biuger, will pay the
costs aud $1 line. David Williams, the
inhuman brute who attempted to as
snolt Syenr oll Anna Kulipila, was
sentenced to a flue of $1, the costs aui
two years iu tho penitentiary.
John Woerzil. who relieved Eliza
Newton of $10, was directed to make
restitution and spend live moutas iu
the county (all, A capias was ismed
for Michael Peako and John Huss,
upon whom the jury placed two-thirds
of the coats in the case or Isaac Harri
son against them. Another e ipias was
isiued lor J. W. MoLaln, upon whom
thejury placed oosta.
The sheriff wns also directed to bring
for sentence Muyk Matejswics, who
did not answer to tils name when
called. If Mlohael Lyman be found,
he uIbj la required. There is u bill of
costs against him. Others against
whoin capiases were isiued nre Pat
rick Phillips, Calvin Crider, Miehnel
Cunningham and Thomas Munay.
Bliiabatb Davis was seuteuced to pay
half the costs.
Arthur Long and William Phillip?,
being acquitted of highway robbery,
were discharged. The jury came into
court just before noon, Saturday, and
returned a verdict of guilty against
Thoniss McGuire. of the Adonis Dlxey
company. Attorney Fred R. Stark
moved for a new trial on the ground
that nuisance, with which McGuire
was charged In the transcript, was not
nn indictable offense.
Judge El wards believed the Indict
meat was proper, but postponed sen
teuoe till to-day, Attorney O'Brien
asked the court to direct McGuire to
furnish better security than P. F.
Ryan, who was bis bondsmau. Mc
Guire conld not do tbis and was com
mitted to the custody of the sheriff.
Orand Vacation Excursion to Niagara
On Thursday, Juno 2stb, the Erie lines
will run a personally conducted excursion
to Buffalo and tho (treat Cataract of Ni
agara, affording on of tbe grandest vaca
tion sight-seeiug trip for school teschors.
scholars aud the geueral public ever or
ganized at extremely low rates. Tue
traiu composed of the best day coaches
will reach the Falls at 4 p. m nnd return
following day, June 20th, leaving at 4. p.
m and buffalo oity station at 4.30, p. m.
Train will leave Carbondale at 0,50 a. m
Round trip only 13.00 Children betwoeii
fivu and twelvo years oue-hilfof the
above rate. Leave Scrautou vi . I). H.
at 0.40 a. in. '
TZ Hotel Fern-ClUr, Lake Carey,
Will opon Jnue 27, istii.
E A Manm, Prop.
Fred Martin's Summer Qardan will Vu
open afternoou aud evening, The best of
ueer win oe served to nil who wlllcome."
of New York city, will bo in hia Serantou
oftico, 441 Wyoming avenue, every Mou
day from B in tho morning until 9 in the
And Right Up
to Date. . .
We have Artistic
Designs in Wed
ding Gifts and all
the Latest Novel
tiea W, W. BERRY, Jeweler
417 LACKA, AVE,
Best Sets of Teeth,$8.oo
Including the painless extracting
of teeth by an entirely uew pro-esse.
S. C. Snyder, D.d.S.
mo WYOMING AVii
Hutlo Boxes Excluslvtly.
Beet made. Piny any desired nnmber of
Sffiffu. "Wbl Sons., inannfacturere,
1080 (hostnnt street, Philadelphia. Won
derful orchestrlal orgaus, only $S and tin.
Specialty: Old musk boxes carefully re
paired and improved with new tunes.
MB I PC n
'Tisthe leagon now. We have the
iinest lino in the city.
From 60c. to $13.
26 P-nn Ave, Scrctnton.
128 Wyoming Ave.
That the natural outlines of the foot should bo preserved
rather than interfered with; if ywu believe ia comfort and
fit as well as style; if you believe iu shapely shoes for shape
ly feet; if you want service, then put your money, as well as
your feet, in our shoe3.
We show and sc'.I the grandest and greatest Una of
Toot wear that ever adoruei aud protected tha feminine or
Ladies' Beautiful Eusset Tipped
Oxfords, all sizoa,
Ladies xtra Quality Eusset
Misses' Best Quality Eusset Goat,
spring heel, button,
Child's Extra Quality Patent
Leather Tipped, button,
Pel CLOTHING k Mi BOISE
137 AND 139 PENN AVENUE,
Complete Outfitters, SCRANTON, PA.
a L. GALLEN.
EEMEMBEE--Every purchaser of $1 worth or overreeeives a chanoeon
the Beautiful PAELOE SUIT.
Who have found experience to be a dear
teacher; especially is this true in buying
SHOES. When your experience teaches you
that you can buy BETTER SHOES of us than
at any other place, then we will have your
shoe trade. Our shoes won't cost you any
more than other shoes not so good.
Russet Shoes of Every Description.
BANISTER'S, Cor- IicUwjJioijIbj .venues,
YOU CANNOT RESIST THEM.
What we refer to principally are:
Ladies' Suits, from 85 cents up.
Ladies' Shirt Waists, from 25 cents up.
Child's Straw Sailors, 25 cents up.
Men's Yedflo Straw Hats, ventilated, 75 cents.
(Usiter than these sold slsevrhere at aims prioo.)
Men's Yeddo Straw Hats, 65 cent3 each.
Men's Laundried Outing Shirts (two separate col
lars), $1 each.
Boys' Sweaters (two aolors), 50 cents each.
A splendid assortment of White Parasols.
BROWN'S BEE HIVE
224 LAO K A WANNA AVE.
This time we offer a $2.00
Leghorn Hat for
Remember tbis is the finest Leghorn
Silk Poppies for 10 cents a
50 different styles of Flow
for 10 cents a spray.
In our CLOAK DEPART
MENT we will sell a $6
Coat for $2.98.
Capes for $1.98.
Ladies' Tailor-made Suits
for $4.98, worth $8.
STORED and INSURED
IF A 11 ER ED BY
US, FREE OF CHARGE
Duriug tbe Summer.
138 Wyoming Ave.
NEXT DIME BANK.
Men's best grade Casco Calf, lace
and Congress, London aud
Men's extra quality Eussia Calf,
hand welt, lace and Congress,
Youths' extra quality B Calf,
tipped, button and bals,
Infant' best quality Tan and Bed