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THE SCRANTON T1UBUNE-TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, lOOf.
An Excellent Combination.
Tho pleasant method find beneficial
effects of the well known remedy,
Smut of Fios, manufactured by tho
Camfohnia Fio Sviiup Co., lllustrato
tliovaluoof obtaining thu liquid lnia
tivu principles of plants known to bo
medicinally laxative and presenting
them In the form most refreshlnR to tho
tabto and acceptable to thu bvstem. It
' Is the one perfect strengthening1 laxa
tive, cleansing tho system clfeutually,
dispelling colds, headaches nnd fevers
gently yet promptly and ruabliug ono
to overcome, habitual couhtipution per
manently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and sub
btnnce, und its acting on tho kidneys,
liver and bowels, without weakening
or irrltatiug them, mako it. tho ideal
In tho process of manufacturing figs
nro used, as they aro pleasant to tho
tasto, but tho medicinal qualltlcsof tho
remedy are obtained from henna and
other 'aromatic plants, by a method
known to tho Camfoknia. Fio Syrup
Co. only. In order to pet its beneficial
effects and to avoid Imitations, plcasn
remember tho full riamo of tho Company
printed on tho front of every package.
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BEST IN TOWN.
ScJcfbonr OrdfriPrompttr tXUverai
li'jaj Adams Avenue.
Scranlon Transfer Co.
Baggage Checked Direct to Hotels
and Private Residences.
Office D., L. & W. Passenger
Station. Phone F?5.
Dr. H, B.Ware
oiiii i inn-its
. M. HJ 1-.W) l'. M.; 2 TO 1.
Williams Building, Opp. Postofflcc.
: CITY NOTES
C. & IT. PAV-DAYS. Tl.e Delaware and IIu.l
son rompacy paid yesterday en tho Xlncuh
MEETS TONIdlT.-The Hoard of Associated
Cliaritirs of bcranton Mill meet this evening at
S o'clock in tho postmaster's room, poetoftlce
MEETS THIS MOKNINC.-Tliero will l.e a
meeting of the managers of the Florence misclun
at 10 o'clock this morning at this home of Mn.
VS. S. Dichl, IW Jefferson avenue.
ANNUAL DlXNEIt. Tlie I.acUcs" Aid society of
tho riret Presbyterian churth will tri-v their
annual Washington's birthday dinner l'rlday,
I'tbruaiy, tho 22J.
A JOINT SESSION. Mayor Molr at the request
ol ten couneilmcn has called a hxxlal Joint es
Ion of counrils for 'lltiirselay night for tin pur
pce of elcctinc time members of the tioanl of
icvlslon and appeals to fill tho vacancies that
HEAti ESTATU DEAL.-I). I,. I'ieVcs, tnj., A.
F. Klier and S. M. fcnook have closed the elcil
(villi the heirs of tho Mitchell estate, for a liigo
had of land ljin,r between Uelee Scranton and
the Hotilev.irJ. TIkc buttling young men intend
aullns cMcn-Jio improvements during the jenr,
TAKT.V TO CHICAGO. The reinilni of tlio late
Harry Nocel were) removed to Chicago Suiid.iy
vrnlnir. accompanied by tho deceased's p.eients,
llr. und Mrs. V. K. Wood. The position of fuie
man at tho Lackawanna ear and machine (.Imp
hfld by Mr. Wood la being temporarily Idled
ty Machinist William Ilumgardner,
ru.NKiiAi.or lwrmcn o-iiouo.-Thc tunr-iai
nf the late Patrick O'Iforo, of North Washington
venue, was held jrtterday morning from SI.
Paul's fhurth, vhrro a requiem mass en solemn.
lcd by Itev. I'atlicr Loftiu. The pall-boaieu
rere Patrick Fere-vson. Michael O'llora. .lohn
BOND OFFERINGS. J
y. Spring Brook Water,lst Mtg.5s
r- lacka. Valley Elec. Light, 1st
North Jersey andPocono Moun-
y tain Ice Co., 1st Mtg. 5s. J
y Standard Gas Co., 1st Mtg. 5s. -f
lehlghton Water Supply Co.,
y 1st Mtg. 5s.
- New Mexico Railway and Coal 4
Co., 1st Mtg. 5s. -f
Description and price on appll-
M Breaoway, N. T, WlllKsIlarre. -f
4, 6 and C, Commonwealth Dldg., -f
O'llora, Edward Early, M. McDonald and Thomn
CAfTAIN STOKES lliilONATION.-t'iptaln
Treraent fctoVes, of Companj I', Thirteenth regi
ment, has placeil In Colonel Watres handi for
the thin) time, his resignation ami this time It Is
understood the colonel will send It to llarrll
burg for aiciiitarcc. Tho colonel wouldn't eon.
Idrr the other two resignations but Captain
Stokes was ao pct'lsUrit, that he must perforce
allow him to Icatc,
ELKS' fcOCIAf. SESION.-rhll Itlnnhnd, Wal.
ter llanlsm and Al ttoe, the new aoelal tommlt.
tee t.f the local ledge of Elk, promha that the
ftoelil vwi,n of that orgar.ltatlon to be given
this coming Thursday night will eclipse anything
In a similar line ever attempted before and thou
who are on the Inude say that If the committee
provides tho entertainment nhlch It claims it
will, that all record v.111 hate been broken.
ANM'AI. MA&Ql'F.II.t)i: nAI.f-Thc nKteenlh
ani.ual masquerade ball n( the Italian society, (1,
Mazzlnl, was hhl at MikIc ball lm idht, ard
proved a great succc.. 1 he stJige was tplendldly
dNped ullli American nnd Itillan flags and
l'loro llrc-i. onlieslr.1 was In atlendanee. The
ollkers of the -lety and committee of the ball
me: Victor Sartor, president; I'rank Cullclmo,
Iec iresldtnl; Adam Toll, treasurer; Con Mor.
onlnl, cmriiondins; secretary; N', Singlullano,
llOILKK PUT. nUlthl'.-Augu.t Smith, of !M
lilchter ktirct, a carpenter emplojed nt tho 0
fonl mine of th People's Coal company, was
taken to the Lackawanna hospital yesterday bidly
burned abf.ut tho lie id, shoulders, arms nnd
haiiils. Sinltli and another man. IMward O'MiI
ley, thing em Jackson stieet. were at work In
the boiler room when ono of the pipes burt, Riv
ing an outlet to tho steam. Ilotli men were
burned, but O'Malley's inj'irln are not so serious
as thoe of Smith. O'Malley was taken to tie
West Sido hospital.
LENT AT SAINT MJKT.'S t.li U'1n.0.i v will
be obierud at Saint Luke's by tho holy con-
inniion ai , a. m. Jiornlng r.iycr, litany and
sermon nt 10.ro a. m. I.unltic nnivtr and ser
mon at T.I3 p. hi, lully thereafter morallig
prajcr will bo said nt 10 o. m. The litany at
noim nnd nening piaer al 4.W) p. m. except
on Wcdni-sdajs, wlcn evening prajcr ulll K
said nt 7,-Ij p. m. Enry Tlnirsdiy the holy
I'ommmiloii will be cclebrateil at T a. m. Every
Saturdiy an oigan recital -it o'clock will pre
cede evening prnjer at ASA
DIIOVi: TO WILKKS.IIAltHi:.-0. II. Ilrannr.
of 219 FVinklln nvei.ue, was arrested and ar
raigned before Alderman Kavmn last evcnlg on
the charge of stealing a bay horse U-longliig to
T. (7. Itarlck, the llrrmaii. The theft was ol
legeil to have been committed List Mimmer when
Itnrick and Drainer traded horses with the un
derstanding that the latter was to give $ In
addition t the horse Drainer, it Is charged,
wmt to Karlek lo get tho hon- te. drive around
town, but fer some ic.ifon contlnuid on to
Wllkes-D.iiTO anil did not return. The horv was
lelt in Wllkesdlirre while Dramtr ccntlnued wet
ward and was lecovercd by lt.iriek. Drumr
showed at his hearirg l.Ut night that he had
taken the anluul In good faith and had no In
tentions of defrauding the llvcrjman so tho tas
was diMiiIsscd by Aldenniii Kusoii upon Dr.imer's
ogrtclng to rilinquisli all claims to tho hore.
THE LATE ISAAC BROWN WAS
LAID TO REST.
Funeral Attended by Members of the
Thirteenth Regiment and Span-
Ish-Amerlcan War Veterans.
The funeral of the late Isaac lirown,
Hist lieutenant of Conip.iny K of the
Thirteenth regiment, was held at 2.50
o'cloe'k yesterday uft..-rneon, servitea
liplns conducted nt the home of ele
ceased's parants, t'JO Madison avenue.
A large number of the l.-glmental .staff
ofllcers wcro In atteuduncr. and the
rcmulns of tho younrr otllcer wero ne
corelod all the honor or a mlllta.y
funeral, a platoon from Company K
acting as nu escort, and a body of
men from Company K, Company D, his
old company, anl other companies
ulso being in line. The regimental
band was In attendance, at tho home
Schiller lodge, Free and Accepted
Order of Masons, was In charge at tho
cemetery, Worshipful Master Isadore
Goodman conducting the ritual .service.
The ceremony at the homo was in
charge of Rev. A. S. Anspacher, of the
Linden street synagogue. The house
was literally thronged with friends of
the man, who was everyone's friend,
and not only the regiment and Masons
were represented, but also the Benevo
lent and Protective Oidm- of Kilts, tho
Spanish-American war veterans and
the ll'nal H'rlth sent large numbers
of members to attend the ritys.
The remains rested hi the front par
lor, surrounded by the most exquisite
wreaths, crescents, lyres and stars of
lilies, roses, violets, iloral tributes from
associations and friends. The cashet
was draped with a largo American llag,
and the dead ofllcer was attlted In his
lieutenant's uniform. Pathetic It wan.
that this was the only time on which
deceased wore his ilrst lieutenant's
straps. His cap and sword rested above
Among the tlor.U pieces were remem
brances fiom the board of eilllters of
the regiment. Company I and Com
pany K. A handsome wreath was
sent from Harrlsburg by General
Gobln. At 2.S0 o'clock Rev. Anspach
er offered up prayer, and then spoke
brie-ily and touchingly of the charac
ter of the young man who hail passed
away, lie told of his genlalltj. amia
bility and e'onst.int good humor, and
bade the members of the family bear
up under thdr grenl loss. At tho close
ol" his leiiuuks the otlleers nf tho
Thirteen'! sluft tiled In und loeiked ut
the lemalns. Lieutenant Colonel V.W.
Stllhvell, Major Frank Uobllng.C'.iptaln
Dolpli H. Alherlou, Captain Km Mm
Htivnn, First Lieutenant David .1.
Davis. First Lieutenant tlunster and
a number of others were present. Fol
lowing them canto privates and Spun-Ish-Ameiicun
The renmliu were then removed from
tho hoHHo by the pallbearers, Charles
Anhult, of Klmira; 10. J. Auhalt, of
New York; Myer Hollander, of Wllke
Barru; Isndore Gumpetts and Kdor
Bronn. of PIttston and Ralph L. Levy,
of this city. The regimental band
played as the casket was borne from
the home, and olllcers and privates,
standing In two long rows, facing the
house, uncovered In mute salute. It
was an imposing spectacle, the soldiers
presenting arms, and hundreds of on
lookers, watching from the streets, as
tho snmbie, daik-clnd procession left
The platoon tinder Second Lieutenant
Capwell fell In behind the hearM thu
band, nnd eiilleers followed, and In tho
rear came the other soldleis, led by
Captain Fonte, of Company D,
At the grave a volley was llred by
the pliato-.)ii, and taps wero 5onndcd.
REPORT ON THE FIRE.
Chief Zlzclmann, of the flro depart
ment, is preputial? a report on tho re
cent Liickawnnna avenue conllagra
tion, and will present it to select coun
cil at Thursday nlght't meeting.
He is oxtremely reticent about Its
contents, but It Is generally understood
that lie will i ('commend tho purchase
of a new hook and ladder truck nnd
the purchase or several thousand feot
of extra hose. It Is expected that he
will also explain Just how It was that
the blnvso was not got under control
i-5'oner than it was.
MANY NAMED BY THE COURT
Election Ofllcers Were Also Named to
Fill Existing Vacancies Cases
Thnt Were Considered nnd Dis
posed of on the First Day of Argu
ment Court Charles Herbst Asks
for a Divorce Action to Recover
Damages for the Death of George
The following overseers of election
wero appointed yesterday by tho
Scrsr.ton Sixteenth ward, First dl.trlet, Simon
Felgel, William Handle)'. Second illslrict, .Nor.
man lilies, Charles Tropp.
Scranlon Twelfth ward. Second district. Mar.
tin J. Nc.ilon, John Wetrhclmcr.
I Carbor.dalc Third ward. Second district, John
J. Jones, John MoDennott.
I Carbondale Fourth wjrd. First ilMrlct, David
Walsh, Thomas Kavldge. Second district, I'. I'.
McDonald, James I'raney.
. Arihbald-Flrst warel, First di-lriet, Cerald
Ituane, Thomas Price, Jr. Sei-ond district, Thos.
In. wis, Thomas Fadd.
Arthbald Third ward, Henry SthrcaiUlraubcr,
Olyphant First ward, Thomas T. NeUon, Plilllp
Olyphant Third ward, First dMrlrt, William
Craven, Teler K. Kealon. Second district, Ilalph
Ijkc, John 1'ilger.
Scr.inton Nineteenth ward, Third district, 1
W. V.uighan, Henry licit. Seeoud district, P.
.1. Illtkey, .Inhn Llden. Third district, Jhn
Snyder, Xlcoljs Noll. Foutth ditrlct, Ulgli
Kranl, I'tter Card.
Diclton at) Soccnd warel, John 1',. I'.l.'.
fieorRC Ite-ls. Tlilnl ward. J. 0. Hufniglc, H.
Wiiitnn Second ward, I'atrlelc Murny, Patrick
Old Forge bjrough-ITn-t elMrict, John Hajs,
Robert Staff. Fourth ilMtict, ltoheit Uoblnson,
T. J. Kllcojne.
Ma) field IMvtard fun", lleiiainln Morgan.
01 pliant Sofund want, f i :tnk. Wheeler and
Fnnk J. Thoni.ii.
Fell towiihl S'fond di.-lii. I, .Insepli Tl. I'anl
montaln nnd John Hianan, uiir.-coiK. Fourth dis
trict, Deiijamln Lewis, John Merrin.
South district of tickawanna township M. I',
I.) den, William Jones.
Fourteenth ward. Second district, Cottllco
Mijers, J. F. Cordon.
Carbondale township Northwest di.tilct, John
Duffy and Thomas Marshall.
Vacancies on election boards wore
flell by the following appointments:
John Jlcdowan, to be Judge of election of the
Third ward of Dickson City, lio S.ilvejtcr Ka
Tliomas Sullivan, to be majority Inspector of
election in the Third ward of Ilii ksnn fit), vice
John Stearns, removed irom the ditriit.
Andrew Owens, to be majority lipector in the
Fourth ward of Olvphant, ke VMIllam 11. luils,
Kugeno Tropp, to be minority lpector of elec
tion in tho Second district of the Sixteenth waul
of Scranton. vice M. J. Itudcly, who is ill-mnlified
by reason of his Iielng a cmdidite for office nt
the insulin,- election.
Slvtecntli ward Second dUtrlct, . B. Hazlelt,
Nineteenth ward Second district, T. .1. Hindley
Judge In place of Thomas Jordan, re-igned.
First Day of Argument Court.
A week of argument court was be
gun yesteiday, with Judge Archbald,
Kd wards and Kelly on the bench.
Cases wero dcnlt with as follows:
rgued Spiuks lro,. against Patrick I.ally,
rule to open judgment; il.nv Henry .igalnt
Anna F. Zurflleh, admltilstralrl:., rule to take
off non-suit; Henry Delhi, jr., against Minnie
M. Fvexftt. exceptions to report of auditor:
J Henry Harding against William Hcpp.case stated;
Old rorge borough against Old Forgo School
district, cise stated; F.. It. Dcpuy against Annie
Depuy, nde for decree in divorce; Maiy Duffy
against Mary Duffy, rule for new trial; Oeorge
II. Aistms against Sarah Hellenback and others,
rule for arrest of Judgment.
Nol-prossed Mary Mtllugh against John Me.
Hugh, certiorari; Anthracite Drewing company
against C. P. Slack, ceitlorarl.
Von-prosstd J. P. lleddington against (icorgc
liulc Dlsdarged Ann O'Crady galtit the
city of Scranton, nilc to take off non-suit;
nicctrlc City Land Impioveincnt company, rule
for new trial.
Itule absolute H. Coldsberger against Mary
Curran, rule to strike off Judgment.
Itule aUolute by agreement P. A. Vtivenboig
against J. I). Stockcr, administrator, rule to
pay money into court.
Judgment reversed N. Hall-dead against S.
MeKcnna, certiorari; commonvvculth against
James Cohen, .certiorari; eoniinonweatth agilnst
Kate- Cidlltis, certiorari; llinjiniln Johnson
against William Morgan, certiorari.
Off list K. Kuril against E. J. Horn, ceitlorarl.
The d!vorce cases of Mary Puce
against William Pace, Maigarel Mc
Oowan against John J. McGoiwin,
William A. Harvey against Marie W.
Harvey, and Ruth Kvans against AV.
T. Kvans were sulimltted.
In the ease of fleorge Dulnnge
against Constable John .1. LUvls, the
title to amend the plaintiff's statement
w us allowed.
The attachment execution was stayed
and all pioecedings set aside In the
certiorari case of Climb Htlles against
In the-case of the Xom Yolk Depart
ment Store against L. Friedman it ul
judgment was alllrmed ns to Friedman
but leveised as lo the other, his wife.
In the Dlvorco Couit.
Charles 1 lei list, of South Scranton.
yeste-nLiy upplied for a ell voice from
his wife, Mrs. Sadie Hachovlierf Herbst,
whom lu nee-uses of ciuel and barluu
ous treatment. They wen married ut
Petersburc tho home of the bride,
October 26, 1P0U. Two weeks laler the
husband left her, alleging that she was
not a tit pel sou le live with.
Testimony was taken yesteiday be-
Do Not Trifle
with danger and remember
every cough or cold means
will cure your cough or cold
at once. It will heal and
strengthen your lungs. It is
a safeguard for you always.
Take it at the first indication
of a cough or cold.
"A Mvert cold stilled In throat and bronchial
tubes colds always lasted scveial moolhi. I
tried Shiloh and It cured me al ones. Am
(lad to add my testimony.
ReeterSt. Mark's Church, LeKojr, N. V.
flhUoh'a Consumption Tare la anld by all
druggists n 8So, fiOc. Ml.ao a bottle. A
6 rtoted guarantee) a;nas with eTciry bottle,
ryou r not atlifld go to your druggist
and ft your money luck.
Write for lllu.tratcd boot on consumption, bent
without coit to you. S.C. Wells 4 Co,, I.eKoy.N.Y,
fore President Judgo It, W. Arohbnld
In the dlvorco caso of Kmma Watti
against her alleged cruel nnd Improvl
elent lmsband, Jacob Waltz,
Her uncle, Charles V. Wagner, ones
her aunt, Mr. Sadie Zicgler, gave tes
timony as to Ills cruelty and failure
to support his wife.
They were married February 26, 1SD7,
Ten months later the wife had to lavo
him on nrcount of Ills cruel treatment.
After six months' absence Hhe went
back to live with him upon his earnest
entreaties and solemn promises to do
better by her. lie failed to keep his
promles, however, nml again she left
him, this time to return no more. John
F. Hcrngg Is Mrs. Waltz's attorney.
For tho Death of Schlaget.
Hannah Jano Schlacer, widow of
Cieorgc W. Schlngcr, brought suit yes
tettlay against tho Nay Aug and Elm
hurst lloulcvard company to recover
damages for the death of her husband,
who was killed one night last Hummer,
while driving home from Klmhurst, by
falling over the boulevard bridge span
ning the lhle and Wyoming tracks.
His horse became fractious nt tho
sight of the headlight on tho locomo
tive of an approaching train tine
backed the carriage against tho guard
rail, which gave way, allowed n wheel
of the carriage to go off the nrUgo
and precipitated Mr. Schlager to tho
trucks below. In falling he struck ono
of the cars of tho moving train nnu
then rolled to tho ground. He sus
tained a broken back and other in
juries, and died two days later ut the
It Is claimed by Mrs. Schlager that
tho material of the guard rail was
rotted nnd that it was Imperfectly con
structed. Welles & Torrey aro her attorneys.
Judge Smith Hears Arguments.
Argument h were made yesterday af
ternoon, before Judge I. P. Smith, of
the Superior court, at his home In
this city, on a motion to allow an ap
peal anil to permit the appeal to act
as a supersedeas In the ex-Constable
Jacob ICllman case.
The motion was suppoited by Attor
ney .inhn J. Murphy. The conimon
Wjiialth was represented by Atlilst
nnt District Attorney Iouls Grumer
ami Attorneys Clarence Ilalcntlne and
John M. Corbett.
Judge Smith said lie would render
a decision today. Tho supersedeas
would give Hitman his liberty, pending
the Until ellsposltion of the case.
Yesterday's Marriage Licenses.
('corcro Thomas Pox Scranton
Hum Hell Camplcll Scranton
lliinun J. l'lililbr.'-rirc Scranton
Ami Ha Ka7in;cr Scranton
i'l.UH'H J. Corcoran Scranlon
l!t"i-k' Horn StrJiilcn
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
Punncr t'oiinty Detective Thomas bevshon jej
tenlav tiled an application for a license as a prl
Ily -n-Tocmcnt the matter of the injunction e.f
the New York. Ontario nnd Western Hallway
I'ompaiiv ne.ilnst the Northwest Coal compwy
veil-! .votirdiy continued until Monday, May 0.
The will of MlIlam Powers, lite of CirhomUic,
u i .ctcid.iy admitted to piobatc and letters tes
tamentary granted ti fuediiic bowers. The villi
of Antlion.v Knidht, late en' the city of Scranlon,
was admitted to probate and leltcis testamentary
ttrantid to Kdward A. Knnjit. Letters of admin-i-lrellon
In the cst.ilc of Kiank N'. Scnerfclder
were jiMoriLiy granted to Trank ltoth.
Thomas Ileffron, ol Old Poiyo, vesterday in.
diluted mi aetlen in trespass airahuit the Scran
Inn Itiilw.iy eomiaiiy for M.000 djiuairrs for in.
iuiies s".vtalned while allchtlng from one of the
elefendant company's cars on Uecenibcr 17, 1()0.
Ilefficiii eUlnu that ju-t as he was Kettlne off a
car on which he was ridimr as a pa.eni;er, the
e.ir Matted up and he was thrown -.lolcntly to the
AFTER LAW BREAKERS.
Arrests at Instance of Municipal
League and Hev. W. H. Williams.
Result of Hearings.
The splri't of reform again asserted
Itself in two nldermanli. couits yes
terday. With both the Municipal
L"aguo and ltev. W. H. Williams on
the war path, things woie livened up
after seveial weeks Inactivity.
Pomlnlek A'ocnrrow, of Smith street,
Dunmoiv, was arrested and arraigned
befoie Alderman Howe, charged with
selling on Sunday. Itev. 'Williams is
prosecutor in this case. Several wit
nesses were heard, who testllled to
having purchased liquor in Vocarrow's
establishment on February 10 and 17
and other Sunduys
On all occasions the place was
crowded and did a thriving1 busiuest
Last Sunday, the witnesses testllled,
live kegs of lager beer alone, In addi
tion to other IntoNlcants, wero sold.
The ulderinun thought the evidence
sulllrient nnd held Voe arrow under
$500 bait for hN appearance In court.
A warrant had also hi en Issued at
Hie instance of ltev. Williams for the
arrest of Augellti Mllinlo, of Smith
street, for welling without a license.
As Mllinlo Is conlined to his bed with
sickness, the warrant could not be
Nellie liy, proprieties') of a house
in 'enter stieet, was nt rested yester
day at the Instance of Agent Robert
WIImui on two chargils, keeping n
bawdy house and keeping a tippling
house-. She was lined $J0 and costs on
the Hi Ht charge, which was paid. A
line of ?100 and costs yas imposed for
the see-ornl charge, which was also
Jamw '.lolden. of b-4.1 Urlck street,
was also arraigned before Aldeiman
Millar, i barged with running a tip
pling house, pieforred by Agent Wil
son. Golden was lined $100 and costs,
wliie-h was paid. He was also helel
under $500 ball to appear at court to
answer the charge of selling without
a license. The evidences in both of
these cases wero secured by detectives
for the Municipal League and was
AWAITING THE OPINION.
Question as to Whether or Not the
Dunleavy Case Will Be Appealed.
It has not as yet been decided by the
attorney for Arthur L. Dunb'iivy
whether or not an nppeul will bo taken
from tho decision of tho Superior court
continuing tho action of Judge Archbald
in sentencing hhn to uiliiljuum .flue nnd
Imprisonment for Helling llqun'r with
out a license, after Judge Love, who
tried him, suspended sentence upon
payment of costs.
Tito line of reasoning followed by the
Superior court in arriving at its con
clusion will determine tho attorneys'
action, and this will not be known until
the opinion in tho case reaches here,
which will bo somo day this week, the
law providing that tho opinion and
records of tho case must bo remitted
within ten days.
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Steam Heating and Plumbing.
P. V. &. 11, T. Howley.SJl Wyoming ave.
GLASS MANUFACTURING PLANT
EMPLOYING 260 HANDS.
Scranton Glass Manufacturing Com
pany, Composed of Prominent
Capitalists from Various Parts of
tho State, Yesterday Opened Up Its
Factory in tho Buildings Which
Wero Erected by tho Ingenious J.
W. Bonta Plate GUbs nnd Glass
Pipe to Be Made.
Only a step from the southern
boundary of the city, in the borough
of Mooslc, Is now to be found ono of
the busiest hives of Industry of which
the lackawanna valley can boast.
Scrantonlans can fully appreciate It
when it Is said that the dreams of tho
enthusiastic but unfortunately too
theoretical J. W. Houta have been re
alized. A glasH plant of the most mod
ern equipment, immense In Its propor
tions und lilted to turn out a product
of the most varied description Is what
has grown up on what might bo called
the ruins of thu Honta enterprise.
Tho Scranton Cluss Manufacturing
company is the agent responsible for
this metamorphosis. It Is cotnosed of
a number of prominent capitalists from
various partH of Pennsylvania, and Is
ofllcered by ex-Senator M. V.. McDon
ald, president: John It. Kd wards, sec
retary: W. F. Kikln, treasurer, and
Thomas M. Flower, general manager.
Honta. it will be remembered, con
structed a large steel building to en
close the Immense $70,000 machine he
Invented for making decorative plate
glass In panels ns large as 14x20 feet.
He lacked practicability and backing
and tho enterprise failed. The new
company bought up the plant and pat
ents, put In apparatus for making
staple articles and proceeded" to oper
ate with the plato glass making as its
lateral, rather than primary, purpose.
Ol'EN'Rn " KSTKIIDAY.
For two months past the company
has been remodeling and nddlng to the
plant, and yesterday It opened up full
blast with 250 hands, sixty of them ex
The main building of the plant is
100x174 feet, und the property repre
sents an outlay of $200,000. It is locateel
on a slxteen-ncrt tract, the eastern
and western boundaries of which are
the Delaware, Lackawanna) and West
ern nnd Delawnro and Hudson rail
roads. The former company has a
switch extending Into the works, and
the latter Is to build one In the near
General Manager Flower, whose
father, grandfather and great-grandfather
were- nil glass manufacturers,
and who has been connected, In nn
oftlclal capacity, with some of the
largest glass concerns In the country,
says that this plant Is the most mod
ern in the United States. When the
Plans In mind are carried out It will
also he one of the largest. Its tank
has a capacity of ninety tons.
The plans contemplate a large addi
tion for the purpose of extensive manu
facturing of glass pipes. Cicneral Man
ager Flower's patented process for
making glass pipe Is the only one
known that Is an absolute success.
Bonta's, It will bo remembered, was
found impracticable. For two hundred
yeais glassmakers have been trying to
devise tome scheme by which glass
pipe could be made a commercial pos
sibility. Mr. Flower has hit upon a
successful plan. He has Invented a
core which will permit of pipe being
successfully moulded, and has discov
ered, by extensive experimenting, the
proper kind of a mixture to compose
the material of the pipe,
STUONOUH THAX IRON.
A section of pipe, four feet long, six
Inches In diameter, and seven-eights
or an Inch in thickness has been, by
way of test, thrown from a seconit
story window to n hard pavement
without surferlng a scratch. It is
claimed for It that It Is stronger than
cast-iron and, as it does not corrode,
Is much more desirable. It can be
"tapped" more readily than an iron
pipe and holds a thread Just as well, If
The making of plate glass for decor
ative purposes Is carried on In some
few factories, but the machinery now
In use Is crude, ns compared with
Bonta Invention, and will not be able
to compete with It. The Bonta ma
chine will do one hundred per cent,
more woik in a given time than the
best of the other connivances, with
nn immeasurably less per cent, of
breakage and at half the cost. Event
ually the plate and pipe business will.
It is expected, monopolize tho resources
of the plant. At present glass bottles
only are being turned out. Tho orders
on hand are keeping tho works going
at their full capacity night and day.
Tho new Industry Is n great boon to
the lllage of Mooslc. Cilassblowers
earn from $0 to Jin a day, and as a rule
they are the kind of men who should
be welcomed to any town. Already
more than one hundred boys have been
taken from the breakers and furnished
employment which not only pays them
better, but puts them in thu way of
learning a trade which in live years
will enable them to curn In a day what
they now have to work two weeks for.
Plans ate already drawn for a plant
to be located alongside the glass works,
at which graphite products, such as
mineral paint, crucibles and lubricat
ing oils are to be manufactured. Prno
tlcally the same parties who ore at tho
head of the glass works aro projecting
tho graphite factory. Tho material Is
secuied from a mine in Arizona con
trolled by a company of which cx
Senator .McDonald Is the bend.
DONATIONS FOR JANUARY.
They Are Acknowledged by the
Tho dliectors of Hahnemann hospital
thankfully acknowledge the receipt of
the following donations for tho month
Mrs. J. T. Wllllsuu, oram-n fur nun's ward-,
Mrs. Goldsmith, old linen and gown; a friend,
old linen; a friend, rcadintr matter; Mts.
Thomas, barrel flour, leo cream, eaVe; a friend,
reidlnc nutter, old linen: Mrs. '.. II. lllrd,
old linen; (ieorge W, Watkhu, C pillowsj W.
1). bojer, barrel flour; Mrs. 1). J, MiQuaw, old
linen, one dozen biscuits, one can fruit; Mrs.
Sureth, six sheets; Mrs. Tallin, milk ilurlns
month) Mls Weaver, rradliur matter) JIN
Dliilkinaii, old linen; Mis. Iteese, old lln-ni
Mrs. i:. A. Clark, suiirloal supplies) Mrs. bin
tilbury, two h'allons ice cream; Mm, K, l Webb,
reading mattei; Price A. Son, tlovvirt; Mrs. J.
Molyneaux, reading matter; a friend, reading
matter; ltev. Sir. Hlorns, resiling inattrr) Mi's.
T. II. Watklns, ice cream, eakc; LacUuanni
palry Co., ten pounds butter October, .Novem
ber and becember; Mrs. W. I). Zehnder, thrip
sheds; Mrs. Ilcruluw-, reading mattei; Mrs.
Alir fnrictlllt is to please yoa, and we are glad
UU1 Vs-Ull-3Ld.il L people tell us, as they often do,
rrr . mat they II e to trade with us be-
rTlOrt cause t,,ey RCt "8od goods." There never was
-'llvr'1 " a time in your life that vou could buy such "cood
Sg goods" for so Ittle money as
55 sale: Open stock patterns we
3J few pieces short, that we will
5 NOTE. These are only a
14 Inch Decorated Platters QOc.
Decorated Covored Butters , M.,.45c. 5
" Gravy Boat 22c. Jp
8 Inch Decorated Vegetable Dlshos 28c. S
Also great reduction in Lamps, China. Glassware, Silver- 5-
ware, etc. t
$ Geo V Millar &
VICU. V. millcU .
t The New NcTcrsllj As
ITorsc cannot slip
and will outwcir three
sets of any other calk
g SOLE AGENTS.
What'll you have today, Cherry, Mince,
Cocoanut, Apple or some other kind.
Home-made better than the sorts
"Mother used to make" and a good deal
cheaper in the end.
Fresh every day in all our stores. So
are the cakes and all the other tabic
Worth a trial, since vre say so much
J.D. WILLIAMS &BR0.
312-314 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Corner Lackawanna and Wyoming Avenues.
As Usual, February Sale.
Big Bargains in All Kinds of Shoes.
You will find here Shoes to protect your feet and look well, and
our February prices will enable you to easily own a pair.
All our regular grades marked as follows : v
$7.00 Shoes $6.00
6.00 " 5ot
5.00 " 4.35
350 " 395
3.00 " 2.50
Z50 " 2.10
3-00 " 1.65
1.50 " 1-35
1.25 " 1. 10
1.00 ' 90
.90 ' 80
.50 " 4a
These ate pi ices on regular goods. We have broken lines and
small lots at larger reductions.
It will pav you to attend our February Sale.
A Break In the Price of Rubbers Thev have been too high for
the past two ycirs. Now we will give you the benefit of the cut in
prices. Ladies' 60c Rubbers, now 45c Men's 85c kind, now 70c.
rsr&oji V JZwZZm jMC-
V M m A I Jm Mi M Mi M
I'rUi, rraelini; inattrr; ill's, r-liiekletein, seven
lo.ius tu ail; Serantuii lias ami Water eoir.
pany, ti-n barrels apples, tvse'lie lioxrs sliruiUle-J
v-licat IiUohIIk; Mrs. Vaiiilllng, two gallons
loo erejin; Mrs. M. .1. Amlrews, ruellng nut
ter; l.acUvvumia Dairy enmpiiny, ice irL-am;
Jln. Iln.ry llollii, jr., Itw iniinil Imttei.
Iti-lU'lou K-nlie-J were e'onduutil eaeli vecck
elailns tliu montli by tin nev. Mr. AUrleli anil
MIm I'lort'iiiv Wi'lr. lln-.It- ainl kliiirnis; vius
pruvlelid by tlio Mines Davis, Ml.s Anna Klrlik
laml, Mrs. A. V. I'mvoll, llii .Minos lue-rrij ,
Mrs. V. I. llievvsler, Mis. 11. T. .Ia)i-, Mln
Mabel Js)lic, Mlis Irem Kami x.ini; (or Dm
patients In tlip months of September nml Nu-
Ilcaeluclio Is usually caused by HvIiib
In poorly ventilated iooiiih, nvurln
tlulRem'o In foel or ilrluk. Inxutllelcnt
('XpitIkc, mental strain, excitement or
uutltii'lii. Kruuiu-'H Headache Caiisulea
eiulckly ciiivh th moftt seveit eaes,
and lciivcu t'ho licud cleur und cool.
I'rlco Wo. Hold by Matthew h llroe.
The New Automobile Pillow,
Hoinethiiif.' new and novel, nrnnw
Wells Co., 130 Wyomliii; (avenue.
during this ODDS AND ENDS
are closing out, dinner sets with
sell as odd pieces at ridiculously
few of the many bargains. J?
Co ,34 Wjomlnt Avenue
VU. W.lk ,,! Look Around g
aVkBoBBBoB MMH ItiOooa
126 and 128
and Wyoming Avenues.
OPEN APRIL 1.
406-408 Adams Ave.
A family hotel: llfty looms; strictly
rlrnt-chiHs: elevator tieivlce; clectrlu
bells: MiltOH; private buthh; hltigle nnd
double rooms; hnndriomely furnished.
Por terms addrecs,
IS. K. THOMAS,
Now 1'iotiilctor eif "The l.lnden."
iUI'II T.MI.OIIi:U SflT ".'iHiiM be ma.lo lien.
It will liHik.JII nml uesi lieliei lliiii a leu.h-ti-.ele
suit i.iiinx ne.ul) niiirh, t.
nuke Unlit (.liel.it ami kliti C sj swi
KING MILLER, ;
MctkliaXil Tailor, l .J .-inuic St., rsntonj V