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THE SCBAKTOIT TBIBUNB-MONDAY MOBNINtf. JUNE 8. 1890.
WEST SIDE EVENTS.
Disgraceful Brawl at Jack Jones' Hotel
00 DCIICiBC ieigois"""iuiUAifcais
Men Battle (or Honrs.
Jack Jones, the well-known Scranton
saloonkeeper, who a few years a so was
nt tmeroua times mentioned on tne
fe dockets, has opened up a hotel on
Tlevue Heights, In the Pleasant View
building. Already there have been two
disgraceful broils there. The tlrst was
last Thursday night, when two men
engaged in a tight. Saturday nlj?ht
even men In various stages of drunken
ness beat and hammered one and the
Other until the whole neighborhood was
One man was badly beaten. The fijjlit
was conducted at llrst on the Interior
of Ihe hoteL The bartender ejected the
fuss-makers, and the action went on
again outside. An Idea of the propor
tion of the disturbance can be Rained
from the fact that it began at 10.45 and
it was 12.D0 when the last unruly one
was taken home by 'friends. No one
was very seriously hurt. Over a score
of women added to the excitement with
HONOR T7PON HONOR.
Attorney V. Gaylord Thomas, who a
few weeks ago was honored by the
state Independent Order of Odd Fellows
with the position of deputy grand mas
ter, was given a congratulatory recep
tion Saturday evening by the members
of Sloeum lodge. No. 9T6. of, this side.
The assemblage wus held in Masonic
hall. There was n large attendance.
James Lcyshon, who presided, made a
few remarks In opening the meeting.
He told how proud local Odd Fellows
feel In the fact that Attorney Thomas Is
a Scrantonian. Speeches in a like vein
were given by It. H. Williams, M. K.
Sanders and Isaac Jones, the last two
mentioned being from the North Knd.
, David Stephens and Thomas Abrams
sang soios ana Lienjunmi itniuiu reeu
ed. Attorney Thomas also spoke. He
gave his heartfelt thanks for this evi
dence of g(pd feeling In his fellow lodge
men, and happily accepted the compli
ment. The latter part of the evening
was devoted to social enjoyment. Cigars
and lunch made their presence felt.
MRS. PENRY DEAD.
Mrs. Margaret Penry, known to near
ly ever resident of liellevue Heights,
died Saturday morning at 1 o'clock at
her home on lower Are)il:l.l street.
Mrs. Penry has not been strong physic
ally for a number of years pnxt. The
death was a lingering one. The news
of her death will be sorrowfully re
ceived by all who have Known her. For
a number of years past Mrs. Penry has
kept a small candy store In her home.
She was born in Rhymen, South Wales,
and was about 70 years of age. She
Was a member of the Iit llevue Cnlinln
tic Methodist church. One daughter,
Mary A., survives. The funeral will
take place toduy nt 2.30 p. m. Inter
ment will be made at the Washburn
AT BALD MOUNT.
A party of West Side young peophj
enjoyed Saturday at Bald Mount; "The
trip was a uengnnui one. unose wno
went were Katie Murphy, Lizzie O'Mal
ley, Katie McNearny, Nellie and Katie
McQarrah, I. Vanston, A. Lavelle, M.
Kenny, Lizzie Wight, Mary Moran,
Maggie McNulty, Katie and Julia Mor
an, T. Stanton, Maggie IiurnrH. K.
Haggerty, M. Cosgrove, I!. M. MetJar
rah, J. Stanton, Jimmy Fimierty, A.
McHugh, M. Reap, J. McAulilTe, M. Mc
Aullffe, P. Murray, M. Hatchford, M.
Gibbons, E. McCIane, J. McClune, K.
Moflltt, J. Sullivan, K. Quinnan and W.
NEWS NOTES AND PERSONALS.
A delegation from the tv est Side con
clave, Order of HeptasophB, will leave
Robert Morris hall at 7.30 o'clock this
evening for the purpose of attending the
meeting at Kaub'a hall. Supreme Arch
ill Cohen and Grand Secretary Taater
aul, both of Baltimore, will be present
The meeting will be devoted to secret
A large audience listened last evening
at the Sumner Avenue Presbyterian
church to a forcible discourse on "Ra
tional Religion" by Colonel James Fair
man, of the central city.
Twenty-four members of the West
Side Wheelmen, the recently rgnnlzed
bicycle club, wheeled to Moscow and re
TARIFFGOLD OR SILVER
. . i ,
1AI 11ICII is Hi All or part that enables
"v us to offer you the most standard
make in perfect fitting fashionable cuts and
weaves, in Men's Strictly ALL WOOL SUITS at
Formerly sold from four to six dollars more.
Our Show Window gives you a faint idea.
- v v -Square Dealinj; Clothiers,
oi fh? Suburbs.
turn yesterday. The start was made
at 8 o'clock. After dinner at Moscow
the return trip was begun In the late
afternoon.' It was the first club run.
M. Houser, aged 61, died Saturday at
his home on Swetland street. The de
ceased was well liked by his neighbors.
The funeral will take place at 2 o'clock
this afternoon. Interment will be made
at Forest Hill cemetery.
Carroll D. French, of Plymouth, was
a West Side visitor Saturday.
The funeral of a child of Mr. and Mrs.
Swallow, of Frlnk street, took place yes
terday afternoon. Interment was made
at the Washburn Street cemetery.
Charles Bertlne captained the West
Side Wheelmen during yesterday's Ini
tial dub, run to Moscow.
The condition of Alfred Godshall was
somewhbt improved yesterday.
Mrs. Joseph Reynolds, of Hampton
street, will leave soon on a trip to Ku
rope. Ir. James Crawford, formerly clerk
at Davles' drug store, has completed his
studies In dentistry and is visiting West
Side friends before permanently estab
lishing himself at Buffalo. Mr. Craw
ford's many friends here are sincere in
their wishes for his success. He will
always be followed by their Interest.
The Misses Reynolds, of Hampton
street, vlited Lee Mines friends yester
day. West Side Husiucss Directory.
FLORIST Cut flowers and funeral Se
!eu a specialty. Klornl flRUres. useful
a gifts, at lot South Main avenue. Har
riet J. Davis, florist.
PHOTOGRAPH RR-CaMnot Photoi. 1
per doxen. They are Just lovely. Con
vince yourself lv culling lit Starner's
Photo Parlors. Jul and 103 South Mala
SECOND HAND FCRN1TURE Cash for
anything you novo to fell. Furniture.
Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see th
stock of J. C. King, mi and 10:14 Jack
Nino new members were taken Into the
Presbyterian church at the communion
services yesterday morning.
Miss Maltle Wilcox has returned to her
home. In Madlsonvllle, after a visit with
Miss Kva Dsterhout, or South Hlnkely
(Jeorge Schrank. of Collins street spent
Sunday among friends and relutlves at
Tho announcement Is made that MIns
Emma Letchwurth, a former rc'Slilentj
this boruiiKli. will be married to Mr. ...
lams at the homo of her uncle In DuUoh,
l'a., on June 17.
.Miss Lulu Hiemer. of Mill City, is a
guest at the home of her brother, Victor,
on Dudley street.
The 8-montlis-uld daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. L. I'. Wort died at their home, on
Shoemaker street, yesterday afternoon at
4 o'clock. The funeral, which will be pri
vate, will be held from the house tomor
row morning at Hi o'clock.
llase ball, tennis and other games and
amusements will make the excursion of
the Methodist church to Luke Ariel on
l'Ykluy one of the best of the season.
St. H. Carpenter, of Sanderson avenue,
who went to Flnetvllle on u Ilshlng trip,
returned homo Saturday.
Mr. .Mance nnd family, of Mast Market
street, have left town for the summer.
Mrs. Deborah Place, of Maple drove. Is
tho guest of her daughter. Mrs. K. Urew
er, of Wyoming avenue.
Jacob Deitrlck, of Sanderson avenue,
left Saturday for East Uerlln, to visit
his mother, where his wire has been spend
ing a few days. They will return noma
Mrs. Mitchell, of East Market street. Is
entertaining her nelce. Miss Sadie Monlttf.
Henry OKbiiti, or Orand Itaplda, Mich.,
pent Sunday with Rockwell Garton, of
liclawarj street. .
The Lsdles' Aid society of the Ashury
Methodist Episcopal church will hold a
Uwn social at thu homt of Luther Peck,
on uCpoiise avenue, next Tuesday ever?
Ing. Ice cream and cake will be served
and fine mtiEic will bejrendered.
The Senior Kpworth league of the As
bury church will hereafter meet at (1.43
o'clock Sunday evenings Instead of after
the church services, as they have been
doing during tho past winter and spring
If the Baby Is Cutting Teeth.
Mrs. Wlnslow':; Soothing Syrup has
been used for over Fifty Years by Mil-i:.-ns
of Mother) for tlielr Children
while Teething, with Perfect Success.
It Soothes the Child, Softens the Gums,
Allays all Palm Cures Wind Collo and
Is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Sold
by Druggists In every part of the world.
Be suro and ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow's
Soothing Syrup," end take no oth?r
'Kind. Twenty-five rents a bottle. "
The New Lager,
Call for Casey & Kelly's extra fine
lnger beer. Be pure that you get It.
The best is none too good.
H attars an d Furalsfe
SOUTH SIDE NEWS.
Savase Attack Made by William Herman
oa Lieutenant Zanj and Patrol
man Georfe W. Jones.
Lieutenant Peter Zang and Patrol
man George W. Jones encountered a
savage prisoner late Friday night. The
top of Mr. Jones' left little finger was
chewed off. and the biceps muscle of the
lieutenant s right arm was black and
blue from being bitten. William Her
man, of Plttston avenue, was the one
that did it.
Herman lives near the corner of Al
der street. After putting up with his
abuse all day his wife swore out a
warrant before Alderman Storr and the
document was placed In the hands of
the officers. When they went to the
man's house, the door was locked and
he had fortified himself inside with an
ax and a club. By persuasion they got
him to admit them, and as soon as Lieu
tenant Zang read the warrant Herman
Jumped up and bit him on the arm.
Patrolman Jones caught Herman by the
throat, but the prisoner got the ofllcer's
little linger in his mouth and did not let
go until he chewed the nail off and the
llesh so far as the bone.
They tussled and struggled with him
and got the Irons on him. Alderman
Storr gave him a hearing Saturday
morning and fined him ?25 and costs.
Emll liauer became his security. Dr.
A. Kolb dressed Patrolman Jones' fin
ger. SHORTER PARAGRAPHS OF NEWS.
The funeral of Charles Hellerman
was held yesterday afternoon from his
parents' home on Cherry street. Ser
vices were conducted by Rev. William
A. Nordt. of Hickory Street Presby
terian church and Interment was made
In Plttston avenue cemetery.
A meeting of the South Side board of
trade Is scheduled for next Friday even
ing at Storrs hall on Alder street. It
has been difficult to arouse Interest in
the members of late and half of the
meetings have not been held because
of no quorum.
Guth's band wlit hold their annual
picnic at Central Park Thursday after
noon and evening.
Men nnd teams are at work removing
the rock and slate from the easterly
side of the Meadow brook trestle, pre
paratory to moving the stone abutment
and widening the street ten feet.
James Ilenehan was arrested Siturrtay
afternoon on a warrant issued by Alder
man Fidler at tho Instance of William
Smith. The plaintiff claimed that tho
defendant threatened to hit him with an
axe. He was held unccr $500 ball to
appear at court.
While In a drunken state, Joe Cavltch
entered Thomas Jones' hotel last Satur
day nnd seeing a cane standing near tho
bar picked It up and walked off with it.
The cane was owned by George Robinson,
a cripple, who had gone In another room
ito eat his supper. When he came out he
was told about Its disappearance and im
mediately went to Alderman Fuller's of
llce and swore out a warrant for Cavlteh's
arrest. When brought before the alder
man he was compelled to pay the costs
and deposit in the alderman's hands to
as a guarantee that the cane would be re
turned within two weeks.
James Murphy was arrested Saturday
afternoon for breaking into the house of
Patrick ailbrlde. He entered bail to ap
pear Tuesday evening. It will be remem
bered that Mr. Gllbrlde was arrested a few
days ago for assaulting Mr. Murphy and
inflicting serious Injuries.
William McNamara, Michael Kelly,
Mertln Gerrity, James Jennings and Da
vid Lewis were arrested Saturday by
Thomas L. Lewis, These men went to
the, home. of Mr. Lewis a few days ago
and secured the loan of a wagon and drove
to Waverly, where they left It entirely
demolished. At the hearing they entered
ball to appear Tuesday evening.
An entertainment under the auspices of
tho Christian Endeavor society of the
Puritan church Will be held this evening
In the above-named church. After the en
tertainment a social will be held on the
lawn In the rear of the church. The
following excellent programme will be
rendered: Instrumental duet, David Reese
and partner; recitation, George Bowen;
Instrumental duet. Richards and Silkman;
recitation. Miss Grace Williams; recita
tion, Keturah Jones; vocal solo,' David
Smith; vocal solo, Gwllym Edwards; vocal
solo, Hattle Sharpies; vocal solo, Lizzie
The funeral of Norman White took place
Saturday afternoon at his late residence,
on Church avenue. Rev. George E. Guild
olllclated, assisted b yRev. William Ed
gar. Interment was made In Forest Hill
Charlie Edwards was arrested last Sat
urday morning by Officer Rldgcway. When
brought before the alderman he told a
most pitiful story. He claimed that he
was from Dundaff and had no money. He
said that he came to this city the day be
fore to secure work and had been prom
ised a place by Mr. Coyne. When taken
to the station house a pint bottle, half
filled with alcohol and a cake of soap was
found on his person.
Late Friday evening John Timeny was
arrested for fighting In Gilbiide's hotel,
on llrlcli avenue. He hiul entered Into an
argument with the bartender about tho
abilities of some base ball players and
during the dispute he became angered and
attempted to strike the bartender. Upon
his failure to do so he picked up a billiard
ball and threw it at his opponent, but
missed and struck a man named McHale
In the forehead, Inflicting an ugly wound.
At the hearing he was lined
Contractor Doaelo has Just completed
the sinking of a shaft to the Church vein
In the Von Storch mines and It is now
ready for operation.
Mrs. Anderson, of West Market street,
Is recovering from her recent illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Laffy, of Johns
town, Pa., visiting Mlnooka friends.
John McOraw, of Sanders street, left
Saturday for an extended western tour.
Tho St. Joseph's choir Is rehearsing a
muBlcal operetta, entitled "Tho Sleeping
Beauty," which they will produce In the
Miss Katie McDonald, of Archbald, was
tho guest of Miss Nellie Loughney Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Murray, of Peck
vllle, visited Mlnooka friends Sun
day. The base ball teams of the No. 184,
Young Men's Institute, and the Welcomo
Social club, played an Interesting game
on Burke's grounds yesterday afternoon.
Crane and Forrlster were the opposing
twlrlers and both were hit freely, but
sharp and Bnappy fielding cut off a num
ber of scores. The fcattiro of the game
wan Laffy's timely ono-hnnded catch. Trie
Welcomes were defeated by the score of S
( , ,. . , ,
IN NO HASTE TO MARRY.
Syrncnse Jeweler Tnke a Drlde After
a Courtship of Twenty Ynnrs. .
Monroe, Mich., Juno 7. After court
ing Miss Edna Wr)lte, of this city,' for
twenty years, C. L, Comfort, of Syra
cuse, N. Y has finally made her his
, The couple are both midgets, neither
being more than feet 4 Inches tall. The
groom Is a Jeweler. , "
MARKETS AND STOCKS
Wall Street Review.
New York, June . It was a narrow and
professional market at the Stock Ex
change again to day and naturally the
dealings possessed no aignlttcance. Less
than 50,000 shares were traded In. At the
opening the market was tirm on further
covering by recent short sellers who are
Imbued with the Idea that the 8t. Louis
convention will adopt a sound currency
plank. Sugar was the strongest stock at
the opening and advanced to 125 on the re
cover)' In the price of raws. According to
cable advices liquidations In the market
have ceased and accordingly an advance
In the price of refined Is looked for. Near
the close the stock was raided down to
13S, but at the decline brokers usually
acting for lower Wall street Interests
came In with buying orders and a rally
to followed. The general railway
list advanced HaH per cent, at the start,
Louisville and Nashville and the Grangers
leading. Toward the close, when the de
mand from the shorts abated prices
sagged and the Improvement noted was
generally lost. Northern Pacific, Pre
ferred, and Reading were positively weak,
the former declining 1 to It, and the lat
ter to 8T. The weakness of these Issues
Is due to sales by holders who do not de
sire to pay further assessments. Specula
tion closed quiet with prices generally a
fraction lower on the day. Northern Pa
cific, Preferred, lost a point, while Man
hattan and Bay State Gas gained Hai per
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN, AL
LEN & CO., correspondents for A. P.
CAMPBELL, stock broker, 412 Spruce
Op'n- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. Ing.
Am. Tobacco Co ftlli So, 644 l'i
Am. Sugar Ref. Co. .124" 12.". 12.1H KP,
Atch., To. & S. Fe .. HTi HT4 1 14 11
Canada Southern ... E0 GO 19Ti
Chicago Gas 68'i G&
chic. & n. w loo my, iosm, 10:14
Chicago, U. & Q 78 710.4 77'.4 V
C. C. C. & St. L. .... 34 34 34 34
Chic, Mil. & St. P. . 7 77'i Tifli 7H'i
Chic., R. I. A Pac... 10 70"(, 70V4 704
Del. & Hudson ......127 127'4 127'4 lVi
Dlst. & C. F 17i 17- 17'4 17U
General Electric .... 3 83 33Si Sill
Louis. & Nush 50Vi r.O-'i 494, 44
Man. Elovated 10514 1031,4 104v4 lori,4
Mo. Pac 24 24 2.Vi 234
Nat. Lead 2u 2514 234
Nor. Pac 154 154 1434 U
Omaha 42 4214 4214
Pac. Mail 25 25H 2T
Phlla. & Read fH4 94 8T4 !
Southern R. It. ...... 874 8"4 8 874
Southern R. R., Pr.. 2814 2S14 28'i 2Sifc
Tenn. C. & Iron .... 25i 2.i 2S'4 2.i?i
fnion Pacific 7'4 7 7U 7
Wabash, Pr 174 1874 1874 16'4
Western Union 8o4 85?4 85 8,11,
W. L 10 10 9'(, !
IT. S. Leather 8'i 8',i 814 8i
V. S. Leather, Pr 0?t. C37& 6374 C3.4
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE PRICES.
Op'n- High- Low- Clos-
WHEAT. Ing. est. est. Ing.
July fiiiV4 tK'A 80 0174
September CI GJ'i CO?; 6VS
July 18 18U 177, 1874
September K K lay, K
July 2 2S 211,4 283,
September 20?8 2974 2i 29'
July 4.35 4.40 4.30 4.32
September 4. CO 4.52 1.D3 1.17
July 7.25 7.40 7.17 '.'"
September 7.45 7.52 7.30 7.40
Scranton Oonrd of Trade Kxchnngo
Quotntions--AII Quotation Uust-d
ou Tar of 100.
N-. , , BI.1. Askel
Dime Dep. & Dis. Bank 140
Scranton Lace Curtain Co 'w
National Boring & Drilling Co. ... 80
First National Bank (Qa
Scranton Jar & Stopper Co ' '
Elmhurst Boulevard Co jej)
Scranton Savings Hank 200
Honta Plate Glass Co..., 'ij
Scranton Car Replacar Co ... oo
Setanton Packing Co.... 95
Weston Mill Co 50
Lackawanna Iron A Steel Co , 1&0
Third National Bank 359
Throop Novelty M'f'g. Co 90
Scranton Traction Co 17. 20.50
Scranton Glass Co
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage due 391S uo
People's Street Railway, first "
mortgage due 1918 119
Scranton & Plttston Trao. Co "ij
People's Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgage due 1920 110
Dickson Manufacturing Co.... ... 100
Lacks. Township School 1 (2
City of 8crenton Street Imp 6ft ... lrr
Borough of Wlnton 6 100
Mt. Vernon Coal Co j ... S3
Scranton Axle Works 100
Now York Product) .Market.
New York, June 6. Flour Unchanged,
dull, steady. Wheat Spot market firmer;
quiet; f. o. b., 76?e. to arrive; ungraded
red, 67a77c; No. 1 northern, 7074c to ar
rive; options were fairly active and
opened firm at Ha'fte. advance on reports
from Kansas of a decrease of 29 per cent,
from last month, with cables higher, west
higher and local covering, fell Vic, rallied
lol!4c with the west, and closing firm at
li,ialc over yesterday; July and Sep
tember most active; No. 2 red June, 67'.4c;
July. ic; August, 07c; September, C7',(,c;
December, 69c. Corn Spots dull, firm;
No. 2, 3314c. elevator; 34'ic afloat; options
were dull and steady at unchanged prices,
without features; July and September
only traded In; June, 3314c; June, 3414c;
September, 83-4c. Oats Spots dull, steady;
options dull, nominally, Vc. up; June,
23!4c, July. 23:?4c.; spot prices. No. 2, 23c;
No. 2 white, 25c; No. 2 Chicago, 23"4c; No.
3, 22c; No. 3 white, 23c; mixed western,
23a24c; white do, 2lHa28p.; white state,
24,4a28c. Provisions Steady dull, un
changed. Lard Quiet, steadier; western
steam, 4.510; city, 4.05a4..1O; July, ll.Gfi;
refined, eiuiet; continent, $4.75; South Am
erica, $5.15; compound, 374a4V4c Butter
Quiet, choice, steady, unchanged. Cheeso
Quiet, unchanged. Hsgs Fancy firm,
moderate demand; unchanged.
Philadelphia Provision Market.
Philadelphia, June 8. Provisions were
jobbing fairly at steady prices. We quote;
City smoked beef, HV4al2c; beef hams,
$15al5.50; pork, family, $lft.50all; hams. S.
P. cured, In tierces, 8a94c: do. smoked,
9HalO2P as to average; Bides, ribbed, In
salt, 4a4c; do. dofl smoked, 514a5"lc. ;
shoulders, plckle-cured, SUanc; do. do.
smoked, 6ViatiV4c; picnic hams, 8. P. cured,
CV.a.lc. ; do. dofl. smoked, OliuGc; bellies,
In pickle, according to average, loose, 5a
5V4c; breakfast bacon, 7a9e. for round and
Jobbing lots, as to brand and average;
lard, pure, city refined, In tierces, Gi,4n5'ijc;
do. do. do.. In tubs, Static; do. butchers,
loose, 4a41(C.; city tallow, In hogsheads,
3c; country do. 2(,a'le., as to quality,
and cakes, 34c
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Juno 8. Cattle Receipts, 100
head; market steady; common to extra
steers. $3.30a4.30: stockers and feeders,
$?.80nS.90; cows and bills, $1.50a3.50; calves,
$3.25a5.20: Texans, $2.10a3.80; cows and
bulls, $1.50a3.50; calves. S3.25ao.20; Texans,
$2.10a3.S0. HogB Receipts, 11,000 head;
markot firm and unchanned: heavy pack
ing and shipping lots, $3a3.3714; common to
choice mixed, $3.10a3.40; choice assorted,
$3.45a8.50; light, $3.25a3.50; pigs, $3a3.40.
Sheep Reelpts, 4,000 head: market slow
and easy; Inferior to choice, $2.DQa4.50;
IlufTnlo Live Stock.
Buffalo, N. Y June 8.-Cattle Steady,
slow; common to good fots cows, $2.50.1
3.20. Veals-Steady; $3.50a4.25; extra, $4.50.
Hogs Firm to a shade higher; heavy,
$3.45; roughs, $2.80a3; stags, $2.25. Sheep
and lambs Slow and weak; good to cholcs
mixed sheep, $3.50a4.10: common to fair,
$2.s0a3.40; culls, $1.E0a2.25) choice yearlings,
$4.75a5; common to fair, $,1.20a4.50; spring
lambs culls to extra, $3.60a6.
Oil City, Pa June 8. Options oil quoted
today at 1.11 ',4. Credit balances, unchanged
at $1,10. National Transit runs, 23,418 bar
rels; shipments, 2,450 barrels; Buckeye
runs, 08,899 barrels; sblpmonts, 7,719 barrels.
Everything in the Line of
Only the very best makers arc repre
rcsentcd in our line.
In Fine quality BICYLE HOSE, all
5o Cents Pair.
Also a numberless variety in newest
combinations of colors at
$1, 1.50 and $2
tiylit-weislit Jerseys in
Wool and Worsted, I'laia
and with sailor collars,
in all solid colors, and
stripes, all at lowest
SPECIRL RSTESlfllcyClE 6LUBS.
mm p emu
i mum it uiiiiiUsiTEiij
205 LACKAWANNA AVE.
MULTUM IN PA8V0.
Patience is the key of content. Ma
homet. Heaven is never deaf, but whan a man's
heurt is dumb. yuarles.
Gonitis always gives its best at first;
prudence, at lust. Lavater.
idleness travels very slowly," and pov
erty soon overtakes her. Hunter.
Enjoy present pleasures lu such a way
as not to injure future ones. Seneca,
A zood book Is thu best of friends, the
same today und forever. Tupper.
Every Inordinate cup Is unulessed, and
the Ingredient Is a devil. Shakespeare.
The truo work or art Is but tho shadow
or the divine perfection. Michael Angelo.
Human foresight often leaves its proud
est possessor only a choice of evils. Col
tou. if thou deslrcst ease, In the llrst place
take care of the ease of thy ii. Full jr.
The true duugt-r Is when liberty is nib
bled away, for expedient, and by parts.
Covetousness swells the principal to no
purpose, und lessens the use to all pur
poses. Jeremy Taylor.
A miser grows rich by seeming poor; an
extravagant man grows poor by seeming
One part of knowledge consists In being
Ignorant of such things as are not worthy
to bo known. ('rates.
Culumny shall make me set a surer
guard on myself, and keep a better watch
on my actions. Hen Johnson.
My name and memory I leave to men's
charitable speeches, to foreign nations and
to the next age. Hocon.
Almost all my tragedies were sketched
In my mind, either in the act of hearing
music, or a few hours after. Alileri.
Hope Itself in happiness, and its frustra
tions, however frequent, are yet less
dreadful than Its extinction. Johnson.
The manners, which are neglected as
small things, are often tho3e which de
cide men for or against you. Bruyere.
Base rivals, who true wit and merit hate,
maliciously nsplre to guln renown by
standing up and pulling others down.
To know how to grow old Is tho master
piece of wisdom, and one of the most dif
ficult chapters In the great art of living.
A man really looking onward to an im
mortal life, on whatever grounds, exhib
its to rs the human soul In an ennobled
He who Is conscious of secret and dark
designs, which, If known, would blast him.
Is perpetually shrinking and dodging from
public observation. V. Wirt.
Man Is not born to solve the problem of
the universe, but to find out what ho has
to do; nnd to restrain himself within the
limits of his comprehension. Goethe.
The bl;ot for the most part clings to
opinions adopted without investigation,
nnd defended without argument, while ho
Is Intolerant of the opinion of others.
Most controversies would soon be ended
if those engaged in them would first -curately
define their termi. and then ad
here to their definitions. Tyon Edwards.
Shakespeare says we are creatures that
look before and after; the more surprising
that we do not look round a little, and see
what Is paslsng under our very eyes.
STRIFE ON SINGING OF "DIXIE."
Basis of the Itrfusnl of n Oorgin
Pupil to Tnkc His Diploma.
Cartersvlllc, Gn., June 7. For the
first time In the south's history "Dixie"
has caused discord. Since last night
in this town of 10,00 Inhabitants various
degrees of harsh feelings have been ex
pended, and the public school board Is
In trouble. The graduating class of the
Cnrtersvllle high school consisted of
eight members, seven of whom received
their diplomas. Wilson Congers Flte,
the eighth boy, declined to receive his
sheepskin despite the fact thnt he had
llnlshed fourth In his class. The decla
mation contest was the cause of the re
fusal. Young Flte claims that the
Judges were unduly Influenced.
After the speech of Kdward Dwelle,
on "The New South" (Grady), the band,
at the request of persons In the theater,
played "Dixie." The thrilling music in
creased the enthusiasm that the speech
had stirred and Dwelle was given the
prize on oratory. Not only has Flte re
fused his diploma, but he has entered a
protest against the decision of the judg
es, asserting that they were Influenced
by the Interjection of "Dixie" Into the
programme of Dwelle's speech.
Whet Sarct Bcrnhnrd say
7 S." " .
308 LACKAWANNA AVENUE 308
J ust what you are looking for. Oar strong argu
ment is that here you get them a "little cheaper" than
25 ptwra of Imperial Serge, tf-ineh
wide, blick ouly; this Is special:
worth Ojc. .very yard. Only jec
The pick of our lot of Nortlty Dron
(lonils trow Hto. to Tilo, pw yard.
Uon't miss tbi chane 49c
Want to again emphasiz9 that we are direct import
ers of Lice Curtains. Hence bay direct; pay no middle
man's profit and Bare from 25 to 59 per cent.
101 pairs of Nottingham Cnrtalas.
full size, $1. W Y.lun. Only 99c
100 p-ilrs extra slzi Kottinchvn
CuiUtu. iu0 value. Only ti.aj
90 plrs Nottingham Curtains, a
bargain at J1.00' Only Si.oS
Is Essential to Good
The process of fil
tration is shown In
the cut, by perco
lation throuich a
stone from the up
per to the lower
jar simply by the
force of itrsvlty,
which Is nutur) s
own process of III
terlnff. Our filtering dlsc
are a natural stone.
iris 'Tiptiin riui in f" 3
;1 quarried from tha
such a nature that
It does not allow
the tilth It extracts
to enter Its pores;
but retains all Im
purities upon Its
they are removed
In oleanlnc. which
Is as simple an operation as the cleansliiK
of on ordinary Jar or pull. Our filter due
can be cleaned in two minutes reudy for
use, when It Is the same ns new.
Kvery part of our Kilter Is easily gotten
at for the purpose of cleansing.
Our Filter Is all stone and there Is noth
ing to rust and corrode orbecome foul.
FOQTE SHEAR CO
!!9 WASHINGTON AVENUE.
TIE MERCHANT TAILOR
Has Moved te HI New Quarters,
402 Lackawanna Avenue,
Entrance on side next to First National
Bauk. Be lias now in a
Comprising everything roq-ilsito for flat
iltrohant Tailoring. And the same eaa
be ahown to advuntago in hla splen
dialy fitted up rvoms
A SPECIAL INVITATION
Is Extended to All Readers of The Trlb.
uneto Call on "OLD RELIABLE" In His
New Business Home.
Manufacturers of the Celebrated
foo.ooo Barrels per Annum
lstbay. ffWe!! Man
MthBv.w. 0f Me.
THE GPEAT 30th bay.
produces the above rcnults In no days. It n,-ti
powerfully end .lulclily. cuivh tvlieii all other foil
Yomimni:uviUrt'!,'!iiu their lent manhood. and old
mm will rorovev their youthful vitror by uning
III. VIVO. It imlcklr and surely rctoroa Nervous
wan, LOkt Vitality, liupott'iicy. Nightly Eluinicnp,
Lost Powor, Failing Mimory, Waittinii DlKi anen. ami
all rtfuctH of nHi-hIhimh or exrefNtnd ltiittxcretlon,
tvlilch unfits one for nimly, bntiincftrt or marriaRO. It
:ot ouly cures by ptnrtiutr at the Hnat pf d-u-ano. but
lr.OHn it nerve tonic anil blood builder, bring
lnit back tho pink plow to pale rhcrks and r
loriim the flro of youth. It vo-d ofT Tnnuiilty
nil Consumption. 1-inirt on bavins r.I.VIVO, no
other. It can h rarried In vent pockut. Dy taM
I.OO per naclcMo, or fix for SS.OO. with a posl
tiro written fru.irajitoe to euro or rofunti
" money. Circular frne. AdflfMB
,'nt;.. - . . riffri. ''. .
For sale by MATTHEWS BROS., Druggist,
ifSjJy from ilnu
HO pieooa of Cordwl Swivel Silks. I a
new roatblaatioas of coloring.:
61 vain. T. Close, ase
a places of Cbuiceaul. 8ilkt. choloo
lino: this b food Tallin at Mo. per
yard. This Wck, ss
10 pair. Irish Point Curtilni. rta
lr f 7.IM value. Only $4 .go
pairs (jrnd tarnin) Irish Point
CurUioi, spjoial at $X Only $6.50
37 pair Irish Point Curtains, rem
lar 10 value. Only $7.48
Wagner a Rels, Lessees and Manager
Commencing June 8.
70 - - PEOPLE
The Entire New Series of
Prices, 15c, 25c, 35c. and 5Cc
Matinees 35c. All Parts of the House.
MATINEES, Wednesday and Saturday
SATURDAY, JUNE 13,
Under tbs Auspices of lbs Teachers tod Pu
pils of the Scranton Schools.
TICKETS, ADULTS, 73c. CHILDREN, S5c
SATURDAY, JUNE 13.
i EDUGATED illl PONIES
Exhibit Under Their Big Tents,
Corner Adams Avenue and
Week Commencing Moa,, Jane 3
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday,
PRICES, Children, 10c; Adults, 20c
Watch for a novel street parade
Monday 19 n- m.
Coal of the beat quality for domestic u
ami of all lzet, Including Uuckwheat and
Wnlseyc, delivered In any part of tha city,
at the lowest irlce.
Orders received at the Office, first floor.
Commonwealth tMtilding, roam No. t;
telephone No. 2024. or at the mine, tele
phone No. 272, will be promptly attended
to.Denh'1's supplied at tho mine.
I0SIC POWDER CO.,
ROOMS I AND 2, COIH'LTH B'L'D'G,
MINING AND BLASTING
MADE AT MOOSIC AND RUSH- '
LAPLIN & RAND POWDER CO'S
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric DnttorlflH, F.lectrlo Exnlodari, for ex
ploding blasts, Safety Fuse, and
' -r . .
Repanno Chemical Co. 's bxpRbs.