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A FEW PROGRAMMES RENDER
ED IN CITY CHURCHES.
The Bcicnn Baptist Chmch Easily
Led All Others in an Elnboiato
Flornl Display The Sci vices nt the
riist Congregational in Detail.
Other Notcvvoithy Ftoginmmcs.
raster Sunday In tlilt! city was far
finiii being mi Iiluul day. Although
It ilid not mln hurJi Ihn skies weir; so
tliieatoiilng dining the bonis given
over to cliiii'cli worship that few had
tin- teinoilty to M'lilnio mrtli In their
newest ami most btlllliint raiment, and
nil III'' plans ami hopes of milliners,
dicssmuker.s and customers wont for
naught. Tin chinches weio mpII attend
ed, however. All had lloinl decoiu
t ions pat tknlaily nppiopilnlc to the
TIip finest anil moil lavish display
of blooming lluwers was at tin? Hei can
Baptist chtii i'h. wheto tin altar, pulpit
and even the window ledges weio cm -cud
with btautcoii" buds anil bios
solus lending an atmosphoi 3 redolent
Following will I"' fiiitnil Homo of tin?
pingrammes of tin I 'astir music:
At Fiist Congiegational Church.
'I lie eungieg.it Ions thnt woishlpped
at the Flint Congn Rational chinch
.Vislellla. anticipated illlCUstillg ..-
prcKcs and wcic not disappointed. Th
piogianime as .innonniPd was c.uiicd
out without anv .iltciatlons and tin
choir Mistiilin (1 jts icput.illun i.s a mu
sical niganiratlou tint iouIiI rIm
pleasing i"sult-. The torni "f ovulscs
iciontly adopted hv the pastoi weie
deeply linpic-sho, rIIiir.i mutinpoli
tan tone and dlRiilty to the sei vice.
A l the moinliiR wot ship the notes ot
thn IpIr oir'Iii pealed loith Salonlo's
olleitoiy under tin niaMeily touch ot
Mr. Naylor and not until the begin
nhiR of the st'imon did the last note
lade away. The chantliiR of the psalms
bv a quai tctte ot olies. followed with
the "tilmla" bv the ilioius. was In
spliing. Dudlcv Iiuek's ' i 'In 1st our
Passover" was admhablv lenrlcied.
the choi us l ally .sustaining Mls Hen
son in Ihi solo paits Miss Kim cm o
Tnlur in a i.i'it miIic saiiR "The Man
ol Soiiows," b Adam'!.
The evening sjivice tipeueil with i
pi elude fioni t?eethoen's Fifth Sym
iiliony, by Whitney liottschalk. Then
the huge audience listened with almost
breahtless Intel est to Shelley's "Hail;'
ll.nk! -My Soul." Mis. Land! in a rich
Mike rallied the. solos, while Ik r si--lor.
Miss Benson, swelled the obllK.itu.
This number Is conskleird one ot Shel
ley's bst and last iiIrIU Its meiits
wcic nk ely donionstiatod.
'J'he rholr as a second number sang
"Awake Thou Thai Slccpest," by
Spence, whkh was ilei Irledlv Intoist
Iiir. Miss UtlvtU Benson, who has lte
loie sliown hei ability to sing, was
siomlnglv at her best as In a ilear
nce she sang Buck's "Fear Ve Not,
oh Isinel." Many lompliment.s .u
heaul at tin close ot the seivke at the
exquisite ,stle in which this number
was icndcied. As an otleitoiy Ilnboi t
L Ciardner plavcd a plasng violin
solo ciititkd "The I'l.ullo Song," by
The most dlllleult anthcin of the sei -a
lie was the last one. "Sing Alleluia
Forth," by Dudley Muck, In whkh D.
.1. Jones saiiR a bass miIo, and the tnor
soln was icndcied adinhably by Mr.
O J",. Km. The i hull Wat equal to it
and sang it with as inin.li ease as any
number on the iiroRiamme. Mis. Nich
olas Hennctl was the ccel ut alto
that Lame In for a shaie ot the pi.ilsu
rIcii the nieinbei.s ut the i hoir.
Ke. M. C. i:ilioit iklUeinl tin ser
mon ot the ia, his inninliiR theme
lieliiR "Why AVeepcst Thou," and the
owning tlieme. ".'In I' L the First
Pi Hits." ltuth "-eimoll :-lio d (aufiil
pieparatlou and study ami wen ,ip
pmpiiaii' tu the si asou. The music
showed the i.iietul diilliiiRol Mr. Nav
loi. the diivcloi, ho also plu.voil the
oiR.in at both smkes. Following is
the inst.'r of the i hoii :
hupi alios Miss IMjth Huisou, Ml.ss
Flol ente Tavlor, Miss Maigmct Maule,
Mis. P. H. liaulliei.
. C'ontialtos Mis. Siu.ih Dennett, Mis
Tenuis Mr. H. O. Hoe. Mr, William
ttassos Mi. iakl J. .lone'-, Mr. I'J
waul Owen, Mr. It, U. limilii'i'.
OiRanlsl Mr. John Xajloi.
Assistant OiRanlst Miss MaiRaiet
Violinist Mr. it. i:, Cianliicr,
At the Fhst Pjesbyteilan.
MintMNi; m:iiu :.
O11.111 I'lrlmk, "Itoiiniuo" Lojlmli
OM I isi mit ill I c--1.11
IiiiIumi, "Hi. SdK c (lie l.Miv,"
W. i:. llio 11
S(v l(l.nnrnt I.ON'mi,
Hint, "fliu-t Ii lli'in" i.ilnkl
Mr;. I . I.. Dun mil Mi
boiuiiM solo, "llic Item 1 ret Inn"
Nil-, I.ikIo II kIi jlK.
Olic rk ry.
Altlirui, "tonic .-fc the t'liie"...
'i 1 uion.
iillirin, j pin e tl.c Lord o( tiloi,i I.ji, '
I. U. Ilaitlctt
Willi Violin l-Mi.'ito hi Win, l,intt.
1 lri.aii 'u-tlmlc, "Cjslrr JUnh' ,..,l. V, UjsIit
or;.jri I'uludc "Mcloilii." soutxm r lain
I nwi.il Ion,
ii lotdiiirnt l.fkn 11.
Milium, "Wliy feck i the l.biii-,"
W. V,. rtioi.li
i 'liilamrnt Irwon,
Put, "lliill 14 Illsen" (ulnicl
)h I', II. Ilmr .mil Jhs, i.ittlc llaiUciK.
biiijiio Sulu, "ii HcMiiioituiii"
Mia. I.uiic IIjiIhhI.
li.lliiin. ''Cuiiitt Pec the I'Ijic"...
Ai them, "Ohio the l.oid ol GIoij 1 jv,"
I. L'. lUllttt
tli;VIolln Obliu-jto ly m. Ljiiolt,
Organ i'ottludc "Minhe" stem
'At Trinity Chuich.
The faster senlcds ut'Tiluity'i hatch
uiiu espvehilly clubuuitu. The 6.iiii!.tu-
Olllcc: I . I
burke Carbondale Department.
: BUILDING I , , J
-1 L J ' ZU:
nry was dcroi tiled Willi hauler flowcia
iiiul the Kiii'hnilHt cantllcs wen iihpiI In
the iiiornliiR anil the vesper HrIiIh In
Tlicio ucie live seivleec. At ti St) a,
m, holy counminloti was said plain In
the clttipcl. At 7.30 a. in, theio wan a
full ehotiil colebtatlnii of the holy
eitehmlst In the Hunch. At 10.30 a. in.,
siM moil : at 3 :;o v. iu chlldn'ii'H Hur
lcc, mitt at 7.30 p. in., lespeif.
7,30 A. M. COMMUNION.
I'rui.(li iuI lis
Lutil'x 1'riMi, lolkit',
Kuli'i ( illicit ami 1 pl'tlc.
(.lorli Tll'l nml l.'o.'pcl,
Minio I'rccil: llflriloiy Aiilliun, 1'irmit illim (
llini't nml Wlnr, 1'nicr for llniuli MllltJiii,
IMiorlatlim mill imifiulnii (ilinitcil), Mi
mIiiIIkii Shi u i n I 'mil i nml 'In' Mmiu,,
I'l.nir fftr l oihh I illim.
Hmiiii Jlfij ' nui ll.i; Iiriii .sclcitlun
l.nril'rt I'rn.iu (cliiulul). lilnii.i In i;ul'ii;
M'HlIKi ltci"flmij II p.
Hi J) A. M. t.t II i:n
I'n irilnn il 110
r.inlilon riuntrit ami .Mi'uliilinn
kunl's I'ri.Ki iti'l I'uklfi (ilioitul),
l lnkt Our l',inri.
I'mIiih Ttifl Uliirln.
I lij-l l.rnn: 1r Iltiiiii.
Si nml l.rtMiii: .lulillilc l. n.
iollrV LioH .mil i villus iImiiIimI,
l iillofts fi Intitcill. II; inn IJI.
Siinion ki llu Ituloi.
I ollrr I .mil lllolni!
Ittuvsluiiil 1 l.i urn Nil III
TuO VLsl'l Its
linli-l'.ii oh mil ill mil ,.-i Inllnn.
l.mOi 1'iuiri ,mr cwlilrs ( liiiilnt),
I'-illoi. lint Irwnn. Mmnllieil
suiiinl Ircmi: .Niiik Iiiinltl".
M'.tlis" I frnl ((liiulp.li. Il'imi llil.
-irttniii In tin. 1,'ri tm.
t ellri t mil Uli -ni:
l(((Hnllll III lull ll.'
At the Beiean Bnptist Chinch.
Notwltlistamllii the unpleasant
weather, an unusually Iiurc loiifiie
Ratlon asseinbk'd lor the moinliiR ser
vile. The dNplav of Jim. inn fioni the
pilvate lonscivatoiies of Hon. " j:.
Hendilck was the laigesl and hand
somest uf many .cais, and wcic all
most tastetully anaiiRed under the dl
icctlou ot Mis. n.i Smith. The music
was especlall. satislai tety, the choir,
under the dlnction ol .Miss t'oia IJita
biook, ieiideiin:r the IoIIowIiir an
thems: "Alleluia," by D inks "flu 1st
the Lotil Is Itlseu Today," by T. D.
Williams, and "The Palms," b l'.iuip.
'J'he liistiiiiucnt.il .in omp inlmeiits wcic
by Mf.-s I'liic. oiR.inisl. Jlr. U. i'icmI
iiiR ami Mr. i.eon lily, violinists, and
Mr. i:. J. lily, clailonctist. The pastoi
was as.sistcd bv IIpv. V. Jl. liinu. ''hp
theme of the nioinliiR seiniou was
'"I he I'onii.il K.nl ol I'hii.sllinitv"
anil the text was J (Vu.. ir.Ml. I'ollou
Iiir the mm mon, the i.istur bantl.eil
ijiKc ounR ppiijilp. A.t the i wiiiiiR
scivice the usual iiiiiRicRntioii was
piesent, the iiuuiiiiir- music behiR le
peated, with the ilellRhtful aildltion oC
a. solo. "Jeiiis.ilem," linely iinilen.il by
Jllss Anna Duust.in.
At the Tiist Methodist the pio
Ri.inime.is pi luted in S.itunlav's Tilb
uni was uillv can led out. Jn the cmmi
Iiir the beuutllul r;.iHtcr i.uitata, "Ttie
Klsen Luid." was leiidi'ieil bv Hie laiRe
choir, under the diieaion ol W. 1.
At the Human t'atholie ('huiih of St.
Uo.se do Unia, the imincs.sive and hai
nionlous solemn IiIrIi mass ot l.,i
Iloihc. whkli was used at the th dila
tion of the lim t ii two nioiitbs airo.
was suiiR bv the dioir. K.ilher John
DKon was the iclebiaiit: Kather Wal
tei Ooi man, deacon, and k'atlier t'ulle.,
mb-ileaion. In theeenliiR Uev.l'athei
..,,...., ... ...in ...... .
iii.is-ij.iiic, iieiiMMcii a
d niiei am c sei num.
Botter Mail Soivice for Simpson.
Ileieafter thcic will be two mall-
daily bctwuMi this , ity .,1Ki siuiii(.,.n,
the postal dep.iitment bavins estab
lished .1 niessi nper sen ice. The loute
is uumbeieil 2I0,l'i(i, and bids lor i.iny
illl,' the malls twilo times a week each
way will be iceiUed bv ro.stiuuster
Thomas until Apill 1. A chuilar de-seilbhm-
the woiK and spci illcallou.s !(
011 lcw at the postoflUe. The ariaiiKe
ment will be a ki-m! iuiimmiIciko to the
people of Simpson and a -..tillable ad
junct to It business lite. Mi. Thomas
has been the miplont ol many tompll
meuts lur Ida tal.lns the initiative in
A New Tenipoiance Society.
Uev. Kather I'uiian, ot 1'ust Wilkes
Uaue, oiff.inUod a biamh of the St.
Alo sins. Total Abstinence soeletv in
St. IJose chuich last evening:. The rev
eicnd Kcnilcnian. who was toinieily.
cm. uc hen, occupied the pulpit uf st.
Itoso last nvenliK,' and pi cached a IokI
eal ami Htiuii'-r tenipeiniuii seiinon,
alter which, at the icipieiit ol the lee
tor, Veiy lie,. T. V, l'of, ,, . (i he
.'ikhiii.'u .i siions blanch of the
abine-naiued ,-m lety, It lonipilsc.s a
nuinlier of yount? men over sKtcen
enm ot ape.
A Social In Jeimyn,
A soi lal will bo held In the Asscmblv
hall. Jeimyn, this evenlnfr, nnd. r the
auspices or llio St. Aloyslus T. A. IS.
society, Ancliew ,1, Haves, 11 well
known nusk'iiln fioni Scrautiin, will
fuinlsh tlio music for the 1 voiilin-, A
number of Invitations lme. been sent
out and a mKC' number of pcisoiis
fioni f'jinouilale and adjacent towns
me ppectril to attend.
OIIc f.ear lodge, .No. l.-tf, I. (J,
Keiloinl union, No, 7201,
Palilotlc Older Sops ot Anieilci,
r'arbondalu cnuiu'll, Xo, ;tj'i, KuIrIiIh
Piof. Bible Lectures.
1'iof. OeoiKe T, Hlble, ol tlio Stiouds.
billK Noiinul s'hool, ilellcii a lee
tun In the Vanillin? .Methodist lOpls
cop.il chinch on Satin day evenlnfr. Ills
theme was "I'iubicss ot the Nineteenth
nifjliict Deputy ntotgo V. UuKhetj
nnd htaff, of ('aiboiiddle, vlnltid Htibh
biook loilge, No. MO, Independent Ol
der of Odd Ioub, of Jeimyn, mid
Installed the leeently ilected ollkcis.
"Kacte and Mating."
Kei. Chmles I.eo will deliwr a lee
tun for the benefit of the Sons ut Tein
peiance In their J';U on Wednesday
cnculiiGT. The ihciiio will be "Mutes
COUNCILS MEET TONIOHT.
Conunoncis Will Tiy to Effect Re
orgnntzatlonVoto to Bo Taken
for City Solicitor.
Another attempt will hi nitiilo this
cveiiliiR to Rut the liewly-clecleil coin
mon council In runnliiR onter. Al
though all or last 2tonduy and part
of lanl Thtiisilay cvenliiR was Miistetl
In ti vain etnlcavor to icoiriiiiIzij the
(.'niniiKiii council roe the next year,
with out U'HUlt, It Is believed that
ninie piiiRiesM Mill be mailo at to
iiIrIU'k icsslon. The election of N. T.
Moon to the city I'leikshlp on TIhiih-
diiy nlRht was n nut prise, by tcasoii
of the iiuaiilmlty of the oto east for
li 1 ii l. and it Is thought by soino of the
loniinotiers that tonight's hIiurrIc to
elect a chaliinaii for that body. If
theio Is n struggle, will he ot nhort
dttiatlou. Although both sides fiercely
iiialulalncd ut the lust iiiccIIiir that
theio 110111(1 he no backdowns on their
part?, It Is known that pcaccmakeis
have been nt wotk since to liidiite a
more common sense view of the. matter
to be taken, pointing out the extreme
necessities of having Important city
legislation to be looked after.
I lie select council will also be on
hand tonlcht, In order to hold n Joint
session. The vole for the city solid
tor Is to be taken. Ill view of (solicitor
Stumt's decision of Thinsilay night
that a loint sslon may be held for
the puip(i.M of ,otliiR for city officials,
there will be nothing to pietnt this
nti tinm boliiR taken.
Then ai p tin p candidates for this
nfllie. Stiiail, the ptescnt Incumbent.
who Is soiving his t lilt rl ti-mr, CN-Mayor
o Nclll. who has als held the olllce of
attoinev for the i It. v. and .T. B, Joi
ilan, who ha.s leientlv come to this
ll fi om Sciaiilou, and who l.s a
biothfi-ln-liiw of M.oor Kllpatikk
Just hou inueh sti 'iigth the latter can
mustei Is !i piohlem as yet. althoiiRli
It Is whlspeicd mound that he will
pi me a big snip! No. Which ot the
two laiidldales, O'Neill and Stunt t, he
will pull oles luim. Is also a pioblem.
Kepoits lime been ciieulated the past
wide that Mr. O'Neill is out of the
i.ue and will w Ithdi.iw.
One of Mr. O'Neill's fiiends said ,e
teidav niteinoon that Hie e-mayor Is
still a iiiiiilklate and would tcniaiu ''o
until the ote Is taken. Mi. .Ionian Is
piaeliiallv unknown heic and it Is
haul to see wheie lie will get his sup
pint Horn, it both Slu.irl and O'Neill
me candidates, for the roimer is popu
lai with the UvpublKans, and the lat
lei is don moie so with the Di mo
n.itf. The tip has gone out, however,
to louk out loi .Ionian, as lie will poll
a laige oto. It the vote for the city
solkitor had been taken last Thursday,
it Is said thai it would have hfen a
tie b"lwcun riturut and O'Neill, each
hi Ing nine eoiini ilmeli pledged at the
meeting uf the councils then. Now It
is an open question and the lcsult
c. mint be pii'ludlced.
MACHINISTS OPEN QUARTERS.
No New Developments as Yet Na
tional Oificer to Be Heic Today.
On S.iluid.iy nioininK the loity odd
machlnisis who were dlsehaiKed tiom
the cinploye on the Deluwaie and Hud
son Ituilioad company on Thursday
nilit Huns their banner to the biecte.
They seemed a laise luoni In the J. V.
AV.itl biilldlliK', 1 inner ol Jl.ilu stuet
and Salem lueiiue, and immediately a
laiRc i.uiMis sIkii w ith the winds "Ma
chinists' IleailqiMt teis" was lucked
011 the hulhtliiK-
The dlseli.tiKCd men h.iu theli head
nu.utcis on the till 1 il llooi A number
nt chaiis and .l lew tables bin been
installed and alt day .itiuday and into
the cciilns Knots of men lolled about,
lalkincr "I the situation, cpiessliiR
their hopfh and tiais, and occasionally
taklus a hand in a game ol i.iids. No
mci'tliiKs ei held on S.iluid.iy.
Yestcida. the hull was tilled iIiiiIiik
the aftciiioon, many of the employes
nt the 1 ompau besides the locked-out
men isoitliiK thou-, No caul sanies
weio pei milted and the men rat.uound
ilisciisshifr the events which hae
taken place. The loom was thick with
tobacco smoke, the solace of the aptl
tatd minds, and the nuijoilty ot the
ciowd that talked In low tonei had
set lulls eNpiesslons,
It bceills to be the illlplesslon of the
men that a stiike is impi nimble.
Methods of settling the coutiocisy
with th" company In a peaietul man
ner and without rcsoitliifr to extiemc
nicasiucs seenic'd to be the pievailln?
topic. The Kieat nuijoilty of the men
who wci'3 so suddenly deprived of their
situations own homes and pi uppity In
this 1 Ity, and the wish to servo the
best iiiteiests 01 tin community as
well its their own enters luiirely Into
their calculations. Tin se propeity
uwnei.s, some of whom nic nlso city
olllelals, win oiisIder veiy cmefully
their t nt tu o actions,
The peculailty of the situation is that
all, or nemly all, of the discharged
nit 11 haw ben einployeil by the com
pany eer since they were able to woik.
One of them said lie had bean Ant King
lu the loioniotivo shops fop twenty
eight yeais and had never been "called
down," much less discharged. Anoth
er, who has the s.unpathy of all, Is Kll
nhs, 11 gi ay-bearded patiiaich, who
has been with thu coinpauy over two
scoic yens, and who has seen nearly
all his hi other workmen suiw up tiom
Mr, lie mile, th muster mechanic,
donned ovcinlls and jailu't and nip tin
Satuul.ty and went into tlio shop. He
did a good day's work and demon
stiatid his ability to handle a hummer
Wuid was icii'ived iioni tlio machin
ists' national lieadiiiartc'i.s In Wash
ington M'sleulay that an oflher la on
his way heio to look into matters. Hit
Is c.pected to iirilxo hem this morn
ing and nothing will he done until ho
has had an nppoi Utility to study Ihn
A in 'cling of Ihn loiked-out men was
held in tlu'lr headiiiarteiH .esteiduy
ntti'inooii behind closed dooirf.
Last of the Course,
That the tiustces or the Uaptlwt
chinch huui icseivcd "the best of the
wine for the lust of the feast" Is uvl
dent, hluio for the closing number,
whkh occuis 011 Wednesday night,
they Intioduco 1lo. llruest Melville,
thu lector of St, James Episcopal
chuich. of Foil Udwurd, N. V. The
most llattcilug notices huc uppemed
hi Hie picss conctiiilng Mr. Melville's
biipeiior gift as an elocutionist. In
"An Uenlng with Tennjson" he ap
pear ut his best. Helug an IJngllHh
mau, hid national appieclatioii of Hug-
TRIBUNE - MONDAY, APRIL 8, 1001.
land's grealesL laureate lnplre him
to tlio noblest use of IiIm arl. Thnt bo
l-aro n. treat aa this Is put on the silver
offering plftn, demonstrates the genu
ine Inlcrcst of the ofllccrs of the
Bcrcan church to place the best within
the leach of all. Let the church he,
Knights of Fnther Mathew Assem
bled lit St. Rose Hall Yesterday.
The quarterly convention of the to-
lal abstinence associations of the Mist
dlstilet of the Scranton dlorese, met
yesterday afternoon in St. Hose hall.
In this city, under the auspices of the
Knlghis of Father Muthcw. There
worn dolcgntcH piesent fioni this city,
ForeRt City, Jotinyn, Archbaltl, Oly
phant, 1'ecltvlllo and Jessnp. Father
Cuiian. of 1'ust -Wllkes-UariP. mailo
an addicsM to the delegates. The
meeting (.onvoiieil nt 3 o'clock. A
committee, consisting ot James Phl
Reoti, J. J. Duel and James Ulley, mot
Father r'tuuin nt the depot mid es
corted him to the hall. President Peel
leported that all the lodges In the
district were lncrcislng In nipinboishlp
cxcccptlng In t.'aibondale. The next
convention Mill be held In Jcssup. un
der the auspices of St. James T. A. B.
society. A number ot the delegates ie
malned In the city to hear Father Cur
imi dellxer a temperance sermon In
Ht. Hose chin rh In the evening.
Mrs. Sophia Xinback.
Mis. Sophia Klnback, wife of WII
llatn Klnback, of Pike street, died yes
tenlay afternoon nt "i o'clock of a com
plication of diseases. She had been an
Invalid for more than a "decade, sut
feilng pilncipally with her lungs.
Sophia .Smith was horn In Slatlng
ton, Lehigh county, on June 22. 1SG0.
Her girlhood was spent there. When
about twenty yenrs of age she took up
her ipsklcnco with her sister InSeian
ton, with whom she remained for about
two yens, in ISS2 she was muriicd by
the 15cv. David Spencer to William
Klnback, of this city, and has resided
Mis. Klnback is suivlved by her hus
band, a son. Ilailey, and bv three sls
teis, Mis. Annie Strauss, of Sctanton;
Mis. Sarah Kraus, of Sliiicrsville, and
Mis. Ida Jones, of Sciantou; also by
thtco brothers, Amandus, Joseph nnd
Vlysscs, all of Slatlngton.
The body will bo taken to Slatlngton
for the f uncial services and Interment.
It will leave this city on the 10.10 tialn
The Horse Case Heard.
Iletoie Alderman S. S. Jones on Snt
uiday afternoon the ease of 15. J. Neary
against I. 11. Benjamin for the pay
ment of u reward of ?.'5 for Noaiy's te
tovcry of a stolen hoise belonging to
Benjamin, was heard. Both of the
parties weie lepiesented by counsel
and each had an an ay of witnesses.
Aldcimaii Jones tooh the case under
advisement and will lender a decision
At the Opera House.
Thuisdiiy nltjht "Two
Saluidav night "When Wo
.Mr. and Mrs. John L.anuou, of
stieet, a duughtei. To Mi. and
I'aliick Mooie. ol Sand stieet, .1
The Passing Thiong.
Miss Veina Home, of Blughaniton, is
the guest of Mis. A. W. Ilaslam.
Charles Oicbfiul, of Pittsbuig, is vis
iling his mother, on John street.
Miss Kate Motan. of South Main
stieet, Is i.lsitliig' Mends- in I'ottsille.
Miss l.ois Vcny. of Darte nwrnue, is
spending a few days- with fiiends in
Jlis. Ales, c'liine, who has been eiy
ill at her home on Canaan stieet, is
Miss Wiiso McUonoiigh. of IIiooMmi
stieet. siient Uaster Sunday with
ti lends In Iloncs'liili.
Miss Lam. 1 e'liupiuan. ot Jefney
sticrt. is (.pending n few days, with
lelathcs in Ilonesd.ilc.
Miss Jnnrt BIrc'Icim. Miss Adelaidi.
Dodge and Nelson Blgcknv spent Sun
day with niprids In this city.
"Will Uennelt, ot Clifroid, is spending
a lew das with his cousin, Cliatlei
Seveianeo, on CeniPtciy stieet.
Miss V01 1111. Bigelow and hi other
ciiiier.ee, ol Xiugaia, ,110 the guests of
Mis. Ki ,111k Wells, ot Pike stieel.
Mis, John ("!. 1'ppsp, ot Eighth ave
nue, is conviileseenl, alter a eiy so
veie att.uk of typhold-pneunionln.
Misses Sadie and Annie llauett, of
An h bald, mo the guests ot their
cousin, Miss Kate Hadgins, on Pow
Miss Luella Watson, of Coventiy, N.
Y is spending a. tow days at the homo
of her sister. Mis. XX. S. Johnson, of
SIIss Anna Arnold, ot Deposit. N. V,.
who ha.s been spending it few days
with her cousin. Miss Nettle Haley, 011
Jeffrey street, has gone to Honesdale
for a visit.
JERiMYN AND MAYF1ELD.
Although the weather est9iday wan
most dlhugrceahle. the services at the
different ehmches worn attended by
larga congregations. The floral dei il
lations weio ciy piotty and the music
wiih In keeping with the gieut raster
The third lectin n of the popular
coure being given In the Baptist
chinch will ho dolleied at 7,13 o'clock
this evening by Rev, Ernest Melville,
rector of St, Jumes Episcopal chuich,
Koit l.'duaid, N. Y., on "Kathur Tay
lor, the Boston Methodist .Sailor
Proaclier." riithPt Taylor was a won
deiful man of tlio past century, 0110
nunc cieentrlo than Chailes II. Spui
geon and well nigh as popular. Mr.
Melville is it very pleasing speaker and
those coming to hear him may espect
to be amused, Instiuctcd and stimu
lated to higher and nobler stand.iids
of life. The pipvkms lectures of the
couue have been hugely puimnUeil
and tlio.se- who iiuvo the matter hi
chaigi expect i lutgo audlciicc pteseut
Claude p, Stockor, Chail's Walker,
W. T. Osboino nnd Ficd Illtihnieyer
me .iinoug those who aie .spending the
Uastcr holidays heio,
Nlihnlas Bennett and John Clink will
icpieseut the Jermyn local of I'nlled
.Mine Woikeis at tlio quarterly con
veutioii which meets at Olyph.int to
day. 1.. A. Clreon Is confined to his home
011 South Main stieet with an attack
Mls Grace Will, of Third street, has.
been spending the past two daja as
the guest of Mis. Teodoie Townsend,
of fillbert stieet, Carbonddle.
The inembeitt of the St. Aloyslus so.
clety will hold their annual social and
entertainment In Assembly hall this
IS THE BEST PLACE IN
SCRANTON TO BUY A
Don't fall to come an J sec as great barwltis
are waiting for you.
314-316 WASHINGTON AVE.
In New Guernsey Hulldlng.
Davis steam dye Co.
3id penn ave.
Oooih cjllcil for nml dolbcrnl. ( lulling,
D'cing nml rrcsins.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED. PHONE 373B
tfC't 23 cent meal In the city.
The Meal riekctn. tl.Ofl.
Sunday dinner 1 .pei.l.itl.
Heme mule Paatr.i.
244 ADAMS AVE.
W.J. Barriscale. I ?'?
MANTELS. I 0fsES
Tire r'ee tilmiuliiR. llllng foi fluui.
31S WASHINGTON AVE. TELEPHONE.
W. A. HARVEY.
Kleitile Urlni; and I Klurc.
Llcctrlc Hell and Tclcplioiic Woik.
3Q9 COMMONWEALTH BUILDING.
J. B. WOOLSEY & CO
Plate Glass and Lumber
O" ALL KINDS.
Kingsbury & Scranton.
MINE AND MILL SUPPLIES,
Diktnct Aitent-, for
John . Itocblinfj'-i Son, ( o '-. Wbc Itope a'u)
Ueitrical Mire. C.utta Pcieln and ltiihlin Mfj;
Co. '3 Ileltlnr, I'ad.hiK, HoiP and Mechanical
Ilubbcr (Jood- Kiionllou Pirkiinr, faitei's
Oil flothlng. Itooin 110 Paul! Bids.
W. H. GORDON & SON.
Horfe Shoeing and Ouicial DlackMiiitl In;
Wagon and Lanugo lluililin- and liulni lire-inff-
339 ADAMS AVNUE
evening. For the cntii talnment an e
1 client pi ori ammo has b"oii piepaied
and the affair gives piomlse of being
Ilogaitn's baud ,11. busy leheaislng
for a giand conceit vvlikb they Intend
giving in Asemblv- hall on May I foi
the bcnellt ot the widow ot the late
Henry Mayne, a loi mei member of the
Theie Is a slight improvement 10
poi ted In the condition of Jllss lA.Ao
filles. who Ik a patient at Dr. Wheclc'i's
hospital at Caiboiidale, and hei fiiends
.111 hopeful for her reioveiv.
Mr. and Mrs. James Allen and laniily
expert about the middle ol the piesent
week to take up their iesldnce in Cai
boiidale. Mr. and Mis. C. I. Bell ami f.uullv
will spend the summer, at Oic.m Cliovo,
wheic In bus 1 en ted .1 cottage.
Seivhc-s in 'umiiiPiiiuitillou of
Cluist's lestiiici lion tiom the dcul
weio held In th dlii'oieut churches
heie J"teidjy. At the Piesbylmian
church, laige 1 ongiegalkms wcic in
atteiidaiiie A d 'llghtful pi ogi amine
ol music vi is lendcii'd by the ihoir
Special Bister seimons vmmc dellveml
at both sei v lies by the pastoi, 11 v. B.
1'. Hamnioiid. At the 11101 ning sei vl '
in the Bkikely Baptist 1 hutch. In.
Spencer dellveied .1 seiniou 011 "The
Bitcn ' 'hi ist." The music by the choir,
unr.cr the dliection ot Mi, ti. D. i:d
v.uds, vvas gieatly eiijoved by th" eou
Bieg.ition. Ilolv coninninlon vas
eekbrateil at the inoiniiicr d vk e.
Hon. James Molt' leconkr of Scran
ton. .I'ldicssed tlio Bkikely ios' bt I
p,ade, at .1 special -eivke, held In ilie
atteinoon. In tlu cvenhirr. th" pastor
gave a dlscntii.se on "The Final Vic
tory." The chinch was tastefully
decorated with lloweis nnd potted
plants, Von Wcbbets mass in il was
sung in a sitpeib niannei lu St. Pat
rick's chuich at the late mass, by thu
large choir, under the leadeishlp of
P101, T. W. Watklns. The services at
the Susquehanna Street Baptist 1 lunch
weie held lu the afti'tnoon at 2 o'clock,
when an oM'i'lleut pingruinino vmis
given by the Sunday school si hol.ii.s,
School Dliector Swlgeit, of C'mbon
dalo, was a cillci lu town Saturlay.
All of the collloih'.s In this vhlulty
will be Idli today, to penult the men
to paitlclpatc in tlic monster pat.nle of
mine woiknis, which will be held heio
this moi ulug. About r,000 men 1110 c
pected to bo in line, whkh will in
clude locals fioni Jcssup, Pickvllle,
Pi Icoburg and Throop, besides the lo
cal oidcis. President T, V. Niello's, of
Nantlcokc, will be grand marshal Ills
aides will be Htephen Heap, John Kor
mnia, I j. H. Pavh. and Daniel l'.uiy.
Bonn's baud will ead the piocesslon
The opening social of the Jiiwuln
Dancing class will be held on 'J'huis
day evening, with the Law-run" 01
chertia, of Hniauton, lu attend nice.
Deputy Protlmnotary I. F. Cum
lnings Is laid up with an attack ol the
Miss Nellie Mojis spent .vestenlay
at her home lu Taylor.
The boioiigh council will incut In
U'gular session this uvciilng.
Mis. Thunnus Watts gave a t.'ipper
to her Sabbath school class last I'll
day evening, at thu Methodist chuich
pailois, wlileli was largely attcndo.f
and a veiy enjoyable affiilr.
Theio was no sei vice at the Hip.
list chursli last Kabbath, 011 ace nil. t
of the abseiico ottthii pastor, who v as
Mr, Johnson, foimeily ot D.ilton, has
stinted a burner shop 011 Main stieet
Mr, Ciiahani. a son of Judge liiahani,
ot Denver, col., U visltlnsr A. B. Win
chell. John I.pp, of Fails. Pa., has taken
potstssiou of the hotel. He conies
well recommended and Intends to make
some needed. Improvements.
To Cute a Cold in One Say
'fake I.JVJlhc II101119 Qululiii labkti. JOi. "
THESE ENTERPRISING) DEALERS OAN SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS
OP EVERY CHARACTER PROMPTLY AND SATISPACTORILY,
BROTHERHOOD Wine CO.'S
I'lni l)il l'oit, IliirnunillM, nml
Miilcmn. I'amll) limb only.
P. W. FRENCH, 40B CONNKLL BlDQ,
124 WYOMING AVENUE.
Sii (Inlns On,
I'iiu mil all Mmh of N'cikwcir.
BRESCHEL cC CO.
32S WASHINGTON AVENUE.
Calk by telephone reecho prompt nltciitlon.
WILSON A WASBERS.
"That's all "
S. H. TWINING.
131 PENN AVE.
I'or ! ndlri nml (icnli.
420 SPRUCE ST,
Wu make a pechlli ot flue brciil tnffi.
Ordin tur haladn, 0,ilits, Ciuqiicltcf, etc.,
A nil line of Lie Cu.1111 and lict.
Eureka Plating Works.
Silver, (told, Mi I el, l" pprr and lliasi.
3ZI DIK COURT. REAR SO. TRADE,
We min .1 ininpldi' lin.U of niHp.ipcrs
puioilli l-, 111 iciini-i and luniks
4QS SPRUCE STREET.
qitl:i:n- of ki:y wi:st ciuaus.
DEAN, 408CONNELL BLDG.
GOODMAN'S shoe store.
o it ll l.ukinaniu an.
SOUVENIRS GIVN OUR CUSTOMERS.
the scranton vitrified brick
and tile Manufacturing Company
MikTfi "I P .11 in," Hilik. eli. M II. Pile,
(ill oral Mies Agenl, Olluc ''-') W.i'hnulon i.e.
Moils .it Nil u.-. Pa.. I.. Ic M'. V. It. I!
Magyais. of Thioop, ncccivecl Into
Picsbytciian Chinch Sermon by
Eov. A. J. Van Cleft.
T.ast nighl at the I'lesbylei Ian church
the Mugvnis ol Thioop weie iccelved
Into membeishlp, and then given per
mission lo oiganiye a mission among
theii own pi ople, under the leadeishlp
ot the mission, ti y of Ibe picsbyteiy,
Itev. Julius H.imboi.skl.vvho was among
Di. S. C. l.ogan, Colonel H. M. Boies
and A. W. Dickson weio also uiesent
and look pal t in the sei v lies, which
weie veiy iuipies.sivc. The legular
choli was augmented by David N. Da
vis and John Lewis, of Sci anion, whose
wo! It was much appi eclated by those
Rev. Van Cloft's Seinion.
Ucv. A. J. Van Cleft preached his lost
sei 111011 befou Hip session of conference
last night, taking Ills tet fiom Luke,
r'1 :J-7: "Thus it is wiitten. Thus il
behoiivcs t "In 1st to stiller ami die, and
tu 1 se fioni the dead on the llllid
lie dievv a b .ititilul plctllie of the
value ol the III o and death and gloil-
oii'i lesiii icctlon of Chi 1st, as a means
nf example id what Chi Istianily should
In ami meant to his follow ots today.
lb lelilinded Ills heal cis lll.it the llfo
of the S.ivloi was the only peilect life,
and the onlv one tiom which wc should
take puttci 11.
TOLD IN A FEW LINES.
Owing to the illness .vesteidav of
s'eveial of tlio pai llclpaiits, the special
Haster music at the Tilpp Avenue
ciulstlan lim 1 li was postponed until
The AVounn's Clnlstlau, Teiupeiauee
union will meet in the Sunday school
loom at the Methodist I'pkscopal
eliiiich on Thuisiltiy atteinoon at 3
John I'. M.iule.v has been appointed
manager ot the business of tlio Mnivel
.Milling iumpan. loi Hie ten itoiy 1 0111
piiscil In Lai kawanim, LiiKeiuc, Sus
iiueliauila, Pike mid Woiuingcouillles,
Mr. and Mis, A. D Blacklliloii, John
Oalplu and Miss foiiiflla (.hilpln ie
tlliueil on Satmduv fiom 1111 extended
tilp tluiiugh tin Soulhi'iii slates.
"Mr. and Mis c. i; I'uiii", of Wilkes
Bane, .11 a Isltlug at the liniuc ol Pi of.
It. N Davis, of Blahcly stieet.
Mis, Helen Spun or Is sick at her
Inuiie on "We hslei avi inn.
Cli.nii's P Savage spent oslonl.iv
with his tainllv lieie, lemming to Now
"ioik this niiiiuln7.
J, 1" Swilt has ii'tiiiiicil ti mil a busi
ness nip to New Yoih 1 Ity.
P. J, lloian Is at M Illkinispoi t, whcio
ho was called by busluchs uliaiis,
David Chauibeilaiu, of Pliil.nle)ihi,i,
is visiting his lathei. Dr P. .1 Cliam
heilaln, 01 Uliikcly stieet
L'. K. Vh Kcr it tinned on Saluidav
fiom l'latt-buig and Is spending a tew
days witli his lainlly on Dudley stieet.
Tho L.istei miislo iciiileied at the
V ill lolls 1 him lies in tills lioiouglt s
tu day was must clabouito and appio
jn luti. At the Clival y Baptist ihuicli
,1 lim uuislial ptogimumo was leudei
cd at tlio evening sen Ice, consisting of
Derail tit ill solos, duels, uios. etc. Pi of.
D. H Joue". dlicctor and ilioilster,
did hlmscir ciedll.
At the Methodls Bplsiopal churih,
Uaster celebiatlon was held In the
luoiiilug at 10 30 o'lloik, when ,m e
u'llent musical piogimiinit os i;a-.tir
pialses was sung mid 1 celled, assisted
b the Walklus f.null of nuislciaus.
The platfiom of Ihn edlliic w.ib beauti
fully dee orated with potted plants and
v ai lous other lloweis, which piocnlcd
a bovver of Icauty.
An B.ister musical piogi.iuime vvas
leudcied lu uu intitule in. inner by tlu
Ale j 011 fnlty liMutcil
It not, tall upon
F. L. Hitchcock
fiUO ami f.07 Cflinmounrallli lliilliling, M
Only flMt.(ls conipmlcs reprcsenlcil. Utilmi
O. S. BLOSS
THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER.
ITLEADS THEM ALL.
L. SOMMAR, nnlldlng Contractoi.
riHploj.11 union mm. IMInuitra cbccrtully
Blun. ItciiioilclliiR iiiul lopilrlne a tpeclnlly.
3SB WASHINGTON AVE.
inn sen an uirii miiiiIii ol line Imported
Mull i ShlrM lur men nt l.'V. ; wntlh s $,M
lltinr.lK.s and r.ci.
ONS of ill Ktndv,
lo llou'C and
Hulldlng Lots it
'lieverlni, lloimi I,
mei Clhilie slnn.
IIoiiik: I to ," Ml p
111 CoihiiII illon
fife. 'Plume (KM.
M. T, Keller's
WATCH FIXED RIGHT
WE ARE SATISFIED WITH A SMALL',
HI'i lyACKAW'ANXA AVLNIM:
EDWIN S. WILLIAMS.
ROOM 2SCOAL EXCHANGE,
THE SCRANTON UMBRELLA
M'c cairy the lusest
Mnik of Umbiellis, Pai
asoh and Handler; we
also RKCOVI'll umluellu
nnd pira9ols mid make,
tin-in up rqiully m good
as new and gu irantee 0111
piket 1o tie lower tliin
liny houe in the i.i...
Me up ill" all our coodi
foi one leir nn.U OP
313 SPRUCE STREET.
choir of the Chinch ot the Immaculate
Conception yesterday. Sei vices under
the dliection of Choir Director "William
Murphy and the oignnist was Miss
In the Welsh Baptist and "Welsh
Congregational churches, appropriate
sei vices In observance ot Kastei- were
held. The choir lcndered special sing
ing for the occasion.
Funeinl services over the lemains
ot the late Mis. Jenkins, wife of Itev.
J. J. Jenkins, took place on Satutdav
afternoon fiom the home of her son,
K T. Jenkins, of Bnllroad street, and
weie largelv attended by members of
the Nebo Congregational church, of
which the deceased was a devout mem
ber. Sei vices weie conducted by the
Itev. B. 1. lvans, of "West Scranton.
Itev. Hvnns gave a synopsis of the life
of the departed one, who was a woman
of many noble Christian tiaits, and
was much icspected by all who knew
her. At the close of the services, the
lemains were conveyed to the Del.i
wme, Lackawanna and "Western sta
tion, whcio they lett on the ri.2.1 train
for Biookvlile, Ohio, where Interment
was made. The pall bearers were "Wil
liam Moyos, IMmonel Thomns, Joseph
Davis-, John Green, James Tibbs and
James Boss ir,
Distilot Deputy O. L. Colvin and
stall", of Sciantou, installed tlio nevvly
eleilPil otliccis of the Taylorvllle lodge.
Nil 6fiJ., Independent Older of Odd Fel
lows, on Saturday evening, as follows:
Noble giand. Price Ilarils: vice grand,
Thomas Owens; lecoidlng becictaiy.
John D. Fiancis: financial secietaiy,
W. 15. Howclls; tieasuicr. D. J. Thom
as; tiustce. Thomas Jenkins; icpicson
tativo to giand lodge, Talllc W. Jones.
The laggot social held in the Welsh
Congiegational chinch on Satiudiy
night, under the auspices of the La
dii 1' Aid society, was well patron
ieil. Ileniy Negli r. the well known holol
kecper, has moved fioni Union to
Main stieet, wheie he will occupy thu
"William Tell House, whkli place ho
will open to the puollc this evening,
The emplojcH ot the Ileum d & Son
silk mill will ii'sunie opeiatlons this?
inclining, after an Idleness of over two
Lackawanna loinpnny dlsli United
llio sciul-monthly eauiiiigs to the cm
ploc'H of tlio Taylor, Pyne and Aieh
bald niines hem on Kuluiday.
John Hvaus. who was injured somo
time no at the Tavlor colliery and af
leiwaid lakcn to the Moses Taylor
hospital, wheie he had his leg ampu
tated, is homo liuii) Unit Institution.
Mr. inn Mis. John H. Hv.nis, of
Main all col, mo hoiiiu fioni their visit
to Now Yoik city.
Ihiibleiu division, Sons of Temper
ance, will meet this evening lu icgu
IMitor ami Mis. L'liioisnii I"). Owens,
of Now Yoik, ato tlio guestrt of thft
lonuei'ti paiculs, k'uiviiian and Mrs.
W. II. Ow uis, ut oak stieel.
Tlio bazaar of the St. James emigre
gallon will open at tlio .St, James hall
this afternoon. This evening a grand
entertainment will bo given by well
known talent fioni up and down Him
valley and It In hoped that a largo tiu
ilkiino will Im piesent to gieel them,
owlllgtotlie illli'ssot one ot the lend
ing ihaiaeteis or tho Noupaiell Dl.i
iiiutlc company tin piodin Hup of the
"Sh.inuoik and llio Hose" has been
postponed lioui Apiil 10 to Tuesday,
If you wn in to spend 11 few pleasant
hours nflor the bazaar this evening
go to tho social which is to bo con
ducted at Billings' hall lor, the bench t
of .luim Sweeney, who Is a mitiestant
lu the St. James ba.aar.
Miss Helva Taylor, ol South Ciibsuu,
Is visiting tih'iids In town.
The Young M v's Institute met at
Ciiuuulngs' hall Sunday morning and
pa fade to the St. Jmnes chuich, when
they leieivcd holy communion in a
bod.v. They nmde a veiy ereltabl
showing, h.iviu moie than llt'ty mem
bets In llu.