The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, June 07, 1901, Page 3, Image 3
'" vHtf'Ptntd97WtXSip ' i THE SCKxVISTUN TIUHLNE-FRIDAY, JUNE 7, aUUI. To-day's Milk It not to good; to-morrow's oroam will not bo bitter than Dr. Hand's Phosphated from the unskimmed milk in a inniaing scrupulously The addition of phosphates hypophosphites to Dr. Hand's Phosphated Condensed Milk makes it ideal food for children building strong bones, teeth, nerves, rich blood, solid flesh; the greatest restorative for workers; aging persons, invalids equal to a aici 01 & fjr whole wheat. H m f Makes coffee linrmlcRs; mnkes overytlilngbolter. Hooldct by mail free, DR. HAND CONDENSED MILK CO,. Scranton, Pa. 408108 't CITY NOTES ' ls -Tlir DiUwiip md IlinNon com. pari) Hid ciliiil.li at (In Mamuc, IciKitt's link, Ihtk-in mil Vm Mnuli mini-.. I ll! M I I -. 1 1 I. I lioro will lie a fhIc il miilli woik, tie , in t lie ihni Uonup thiiol. i Voik -tint, on Hip Jjtli, -ith ami -7th of tin- in' nili (UMPWV II IXM'll HON I lie lnrmliers (if iiimii I), J 1 11 1 Ice it 11 K'Liiiinit, arc niMriiclid i i ni'-rnt thrnipi-, it t lie old irnior.c touicht i 7 t"i o'elock (or Inspection. MIMIIIIi: I 1 lik- Vl'IOlXIH) -llurp Mill lltlltl llllk- UCH lipoiutPll l-.llldl It til 1 ti-itifru r J In up IIiiii Vlukhiniii, Wil liam r No iii ii dini itiiiniii v iikin 0, II. 1 J. W I'VV HU1- The nnilotei it tin -IiiiuhihI mil MiitM mllio-i well pud Miltrdic mil I lit- i in will -o ilmwi the till v In I iv. Iiinmimv all (lie In il lolhuc implodi will Ic in I I M I II". S Hi 111 II MO -Ihe -,, iiilmi 1 M !( ikl 111 Will 11111 III (MlllMin til Hull lln (II M nln, Iiiup Jl, nfi the laikiumni i iilini'1 tin iv n liiiniliril people, hue alipich iiuiuul i i I ho liii I'lllMI HMD IN II Ml. - I.puisp I'hIMi, nlin I- i liii.dl Willi Inl In. nil Hip linn l nf In- i nil-Hi Mit Ii ii 1 I'ldi-li, w i irru.iipil In Inn Mi'i-Hili Hill ii .wtenliv illPiiiiinii iinl wii lirlil in ?l.'ni 1 nl toi i Ik inn.- lo lip In Id nel il' nil i. .itlti ii H n MIMA MOIIMMi I mi Hip alum if hin - ill in it 1 in o'lliel. tins morning w ( nui-hiiid In ,i Id ip In lli( pIpc itnr li i ft nf W. II I'n m'-. niiikit, it III I ai km -itin i iniup, i ui-id li an ilcitiu v up I hp Iiip w i. oi-il (tiium-li il In ihcmlc.iN, Hip oiitnc titmice itnnuntint: to nl a feu dollars I I I I, ill T 0' HOlllt -llioniii. I'lllii-nii, of 71. Clinton -liipt, fill nut nf tin d or ol tin it IioIpI. on I'uiii ileum, it II II nil ek rind. oliUui; .i?iin- llip poemi nt, 1 1 c im il i mi iiti.l in tip lipid u hit It ipniltP(l linn union ion-, fir t ill 1 v Inlf in hour. Hi ni I ikeii In tilt I iiKtu-iiiiii lm-ilul. win ic up In in ptih In ur tins inoiiiiiij i Minpfiil ilii.no-ii if Hip ii-e w.i-, fouiid( iniiii v-ttilo. MllWMlHIin IIMII, rho-P who iltpinl f I tlit xh iwIipii.c mil up iimm fctitil In Id h thp rpwnilh h 12110 of llip I 1 1 1 1 I'nK It ii 1 1 li I -i t liiriilus who wrll irpilil fni fieinc tlio sloini A ilptuhtfiil iiiu-.it il pio2i iiiiiup, loiM-Mnsr of Mull and iii-Iiiiiik nl il iiuniIki-, wh lPiulprpil The thiiiih i ii lor-, wiro piofu-ol dtionlpd Willi fin,--, ind Imutlm;, whitli, willi Ihp Hoi il ikioii liiiw, iiikIp i liiiid-niiip lpprittucp. I lip fell v il will lip trntliuipil thl-. iMiniu iti.l ilinlilli,, all win c in will nul tliim-ilus if Hip oj poi find!. Col. W. F. Cody, "Buffalo Bill," will lip pi c-out Fililay ami Sutuidiiy and will appear at both peiioiinnnoe's niifl iill bo tli" ccntiul flKiMP In tlio p.il.ttlo on Satin rla.v. Tlio lli'St ninsl Impni taut toatnio nslilo finin "Muf liiln lllll's" upppaiantp and inn ikiu the mibjoit o a Kioat aiuniuit nf talk I- tlu lcivr inli-p.s and cm optional inidlity of .stnuiucr hlioo-, and CKroidt .shown by l.owl.s Uuildv, D.ivIps and Jluipliy, uJO l.aikawanna acnnp, The "Ciisis" by Churchill, nuUitip of "Ukhaid f'aip," at Xor ton's, opposite Hotul .(einiyn. -- . Tiy tlio new So ilfiar "Klpon," Ask for Kclly'h union uiaekois. DK.VliUllb l.N f f HIGH-GRADE Investment t Securities f f ohTICRS : 66 BROADWAY, N, Y, WIIiKES-BARRE, PA. OARBONDALE, FA. SCRANTON, PA. (Commonxveatlh Building.) f1-i-m--tti-t-tj- ffi efew Condensed Milk, of clover-fed cows- Reduced -canned cican. and c i ." -U o GRADUATION OP NURSES. Four of Them Received Their Diplo mas at the Moses Taylor Hospital Last Night. Pom nmsps woro RiaduatPd last niBbt fumi the tjaiiilnK ichool for inn scs attached to the Moses T.tjlor hospital, at a (oinmoiicoinent which was ni.nkcd by eloquent addt esses, excellent music and the ptesonce of a Lucre and enthusiastic! assemblage of fi lends of the gtaduates and pei.sons Inteiested in thp hospital and its wotk. I!e. Dr. James JIcLeod. of the Tiist Piesb tei l.in thuuh, dolheted the ad dt ps, of the nisht and President Moes Tajlot pteseuted the Graduates xx Ith theii (liploma. A lpioption tollowcd (lie oxeuises. The mndu.itps aie Mis. HlUabetb RlllRRold, Miss IIpIpii .Sti.iBJ, Miss Ulanclte Shnffci. and Miss l.etitia JtoseiiKiant, and their dlplumas np ic'sc'tit two jeats of eaitust woik The i iiiutnciKi'iuent was hold in tlio laip;o hall on the second Hour, which was inettllv doiotated for thu oi cation by di iperl Anniitan II.iks and festoons of the national colnts. In tlio mi i idoi, hidden behind a 'lank of palms and paeons was Bauer s oiehestra, whkh plajpd diiiinc; the ixcitisos and the ici option whlih fol lowed. The foi niPt wpio borfuu shoi tly alt"i S::o oMock, when a lone; line of Max mil white t lad muses tllod in anil took limit .s".tt. Four of these ueie the Kiadnatfs and the ntheii thiiso wiio will leap the Institution iluilns the lominu; two jeais, e. Ui lloseis Isiaol, ol Ht. Luke's (Inn eh, offoied piaoi and an oseituie was placd bv tlio oiihcstia. I'lesiilent Tajloi made a hi iof speech and tailed upon Dt. A. .1. Council, of the hospital stall, foi an aildicss Ur. Council i ouKi.itnl i ted the nuiscs upon the splendid leiouls they liad istab llslied foi themsehis at the hospital, after saiiiK which he c;ae waj to the speaker of the niRlit, Ue . Di. James Mcl.eod The lattei's addioss fahlv teemed with sound, exi client adlee p;i on to the .ouuj; nuisis with a fiiendllncss wlili li lotilil not but base its efleet. "Happiness ami Suncss," bo stotitlv doclaicd, "depend not so muih upon liicunistances as upon ouisolct.," A heaity louud of .ipplauso fol low ed the addioss, .iliiili laid been fietpicntly liiteiiupicd bv unfoiRncd l.itiRiitci at witt little sillies of the woith dm toi, who ildl pic tuied Milne of the ludleioiis mishaps whiih in o met In her piofcsslou li a tialnod niu.se. l'iPsiilent Tajloi next ad iliessed the Ki.iudatcs and in a low winds lOMRiatulated tiiciu upon their ailileciucnts at the Institution Ilo thou pie-onled c.u h with hei diploma, and a handsome boiuiupt of loses. Or, .Mela oil piononniod the benediction and its the oiihostta buist into a Kiand tiliiiupli.il .slialli the Riaduates I'.iHsed Horn the i mini lollowcd by a thlollK of lilends, Or. Claude Walkei, senini losident bouse suiHcon o the I..u k iwanna hos pital, and a delegation of sovei.il monibds nt tills jeai'.s KiaduatliiK i lass oi tint liistliutlou weie anion;; those piej-cnt, Soi iota1 -Tioasinei i; ; l,m,inK of the liosjilial linaid, ami S, 'I'. Sladc wijio iiuiniiK thnso seen al the exer ci.iCH and lecoptlon. MR. TAYLOR HAS RETIRED. Clellniul and Simpson Now Own the Globe Wniehouse. D.nid i:. Tiixlnr, for nuuilj a fiuaitcr of a iciUuiy a menibei of ihe Hun of Clplland, Simpson & Taylor, pi opilotois of tlio vllobo wiuehoubp, yestoiday af tPiuoou icthcd tioiu that Hi in, tlio cilhot two membei.s buying; lib nne thiid intoipst in the husluess, They will (ontliiiie the buslneiis nt the same Mnnd and iindor the Mine name. Mi, Taylm'H nanio has lecently been iininoeicd with runuiiH of Bie.it chanses In tho local diy booiIs woild. When been bust ulKht by u Tillmuo man. ho Mild: "i liao not yet decided upon my futitic plans, and for the pie.sent all I dee-he Is a good rtht " Mi, T.olor will sboitl Ic.nc this ulty for an extended bt in Km ope. TODAY'S EVENTS. MfPtln,' nf Ihe pour loinl thu afti'riioon 'Hip nuiut'Oi!, of the Home fir the IiUikIIfii will hold a Hgiiljr inciting moriiliiL,- at the liciuu at Uoi full nlloii'hiKp is dcsiiul 'llio tPacliils" lonnnillci' vi icsiinie ll.s Inspec tion of (ho nhooU lhi luoinliitf, whin the ur. rl.ii;p will Irate the tit) hill at & 4i o'clock. 'I In- Wiuiijii' roirlt.ii MisIninr. nocittj ol the 1 list I'll "I'J let I in cliuiih will hold i,'h rrk'n jr mmilhl lucilln; the- church lecture room lodj at i o'cluik 'Ihe aiiinul hip. tins if the louni; Woini'n'3 (Iirl..ljn atvicbllou will he held thi ctriiuv at 7 li o'clock, w lie n ripoiU of the pitt itita wink will he libra, ofhuis ilcctcd and nJaHs nuclv I vr thl tonili0- cur. MRS. BOYD IS NOT GUILTY COMMONWEALTH FAILED MAKE OUT A CASE. TO Could Not Show That She Had En deavored to Illegally Pnctlcc Medicine, tho Charge on Which She Was Indicted Hatton Cnso I? Not Likely to Be Triad nt This Term Cases Tried Before Judge John P. Kelly and Judge H. M. Edwards. ny direction of Judpe .1. V. Kellv in court loom No. 2 yesteidny a verdict nf not BUltty was taken In the ease of Mrs. t'liira H. Uoyd, who una clutiBed with the lllc'Biil piactlcc nt medicine by Cm oner J. J. Uoborls. The commonwealth was unable to pie sont nnv IncilmlnatlilB evidence aK.ilust tho accused mid tin- costs wcio placed on the county. Mis. lioyd Is a Dowleltc and a bc llexer In the tenets of that form of rdlBlous woishlp. Mis. Lydla Newell, of Throop, was nlso a believer in rjowleisni. On Match 21, 1000. Mis. Newell was about lo be t onllncil and sent Mis. lllbabcth Kianier for Mis. Tioyd to enmo nnd care for her dm ln her illness. Acootdlns to Mis, Kta mer's testimony jesteidnv Mis. Kia mcr wild she did not know that she could be of any tors Ice to Mis. Hovd, but decided to ro and see her. Tlnco das later Mif. Kiamei called upon Mis. Newell anil found Mis. Bovil theie. She did not "oe her do auy thliiB but ptay foi the sick woinnii. i:vidi:nci3 ruli:d out. Mis. Kilhiuilt and Mis. II mi Its; weie called but their evidence was l tiled out by the totitt as Incompetent. It was shown that Mis, Newell died soon nftor Blvlnp blith to a child and that the latter died thioe days later. Assistant District Attorney Citnmor s.ild the commonwealth had nothing additional to offer after the evidence of the witnesses above named was i tiled out and the couit oideicd a x oi diet of not guilty, It not hnln been shown In any iv.iv that Mi". J?od attempted to piactico medicine or lepiesentod that she Intended to attempt anything of the kind. From the showing made in cntut yestoiday the wonder is that Mis Ilojd was over mulcted. One of the witnesses for hoi who was heie jesteiday was Rev. (ildeoii Ilammond, who has diaigo of tho Philadelphia Dow ic liun li. Mis. Bod was lcptescnted by foi moi Dlstiict Attorney John n. Jones and Attoinev tlcoige K. lloin. Mi. flianiei, of tlio dlstiiit attoinev 's of fice, appealed for the commonwealth. The death of Mis. Newell i.tuscd a Rieat sensation hoie in Mauli of list j oar. Her husband was a Methodist cangelit and his wife bad assisted him In that woik until she boianie a coueit to Dowiolsm and joined the Cluibtl.iu Alll.iiue iliuich Ur de siioil lb.it she should have Ihe'atleud nlico of a phxsiciiiii, but slie lefused to luixc one picscnt at the biitb of her child. wu.r, NOT Hi: TISII3D. It is as good as oeitaiu tliat the Hatton and othpr Municipal lo igup cases which aie on tho list tor this week will not be tiled, wbidi means they will luixe to Ko over until Octo ber, unless some special aiiaugonient i made to tiy them. Dlstiict Attoincy Lewis .s.iid (s(ei dav that tho Hatton case will bo called ti dav if the mill del case on tilal in No D goes to the- Jin v in time to do so. It is as good as i oi lain that the uiui dei ease will consume all nt toda. Tho Municipal league t.ises cannot go on while the nun dor case s hefoie the mint for the loasou that (Tin leu tx. Mai tin, who aie defending Bllliott, will also deleni Hatton and othcis who aie acciibcd by the league. BEFORE JUDGE EDWARDS. For (he gi eater put of the day the case against William Hi lining, the agent of the Adams I.'xpiess 10111 pinx, chaiged with foigoiv, was on tilal bcfoie Judge If. M, Kdw.uds and a juiy. Hi lining, as was stated in tho Ttlbune yostcidaj, it It- alleged, mu spited with a in.in named Doisey, .shipping ileik tin the Colliery JJn glneer company, and by moans of fi.iudulent teioipts mllected almost '.',C!C!, from tin Collleiv Knglneor People, Doisey has dis ippe.ued. The ileiensp was he.tid esteiday and was a ,'enei,il denial of the taot that Hi lining had taken ,uiv money uuinwlullv that the app.uont slim t' nge was duo to mistakes about weight of packages he iciohed Horn the col liery Hnglncpi and to chaigos liehu made foi packages which woio in tended to be fiankcrl. In rohuttnl .1. Titman. the agent ol the Kxpioss lonip.my, who is also the pioseuitnr in the case, said tho total cost oi the imckagcs which the company pel -tnltted the Cnllieij IJiiBlneer tii Hank would not e.xicpd $10. When the evident o was all In Hi lin ing's wife, who .sat beside him, fainted, and It locpilied .some time- to ice her, The i use was gcn to the juiy at 3 p. in. The juiy had not agieed upon its eidiit at adjoin n iug hoiii, Veidicls nl lint BUllty wcio taken III llio following i.tses: William O, SniPidon, assault and batteiy, l.Mwaid IMmuudh, the piosc cutoi, did nut appear uiul was ill locted to pay tlio costs. W. M Van Qoidou, false pietoncps. K, AI. l.lndsay, the pinspcutnr, Is dead and thu ensts wcio plated un tho county, Joseph Ciulavil:!, assault and battery. Andrew Boinskl did not appear to piosecute and was dliectcd to pay tho costs. Antonio Skelkopskl, attempt to uipe, Rose Knwolskekl, (lie pioeouti, was not In mutt. The costs woio placed on tho county. In tho i ase of Andiew Havaiue, chin ged with soiling liiiuor wlthnui a license by fiuuicr County Deteitho Thomas I.eyshon, a nol pros, was on teied upon pajnient of tho to.st.s. Hav ante has tollied fiom tho business and Is, mnieoer, a c tipple, C, 1.'. Welse, a piopoity owner at Clark's Summit, and Conslablo 1M. ward C'hapinan, nf the same plait-, weie put on tilnl thai ged with foiclble eutiy and ilptainei, The pioseeutor was Joseph Walkei, nn old man who leased four moms fiom Welse. He allegps that on December 2.' last the deteiulauts bioke into his ap.u tments with axes and levied on his goods. Incitement Incident lo tho In caking in piosttutcd his wife, who was out of her mind fur four ilajs In coiise. queuce. The- defenso Is that the apai tments of Wulker wcio not btoken into, it was ,i room adjoining them nol IcHsc'd by Walker they putcrcd. In this Walker had goods stoied. Thu ease wilt he lestiined this morning. BEFORE JUDOE KELLY. Jnlin Walsh and John llaiil.s were tiled on a tlintgp nf statutoiy burg buy. Chief of Police Holding was the pioseeutor. The evidence nf tho coin mniiwcallh wan lo the effect that on the evening of Mutch 111, between Hip hums of 11 and 'ii"0 the defendants mole n slot machine aUnchcd to the fiont of Kverctt lit others' stoic on Adams avenue. Pnliolman Connery was In the vicinity nt nbotit the lime of the m iiiuptico and succeeded In tuiestlnp Walsh, whom he en light hi Ktosslct's court, near the store. At the time of Ills al lest Walsh had a cold chisel, Jimmy nnd several chills In Ills possession, which tho common wealth claimed had been used by him In taking the slot maulilne from Its fastenings. Hauls was not nnesled until four days afterwards, but it was shown that he had been In Wnlh' com pany just prior to the theft. No tes timony was offered nn the p.ut of Walsh by way of defense, but an of foit was made to show that Hauls was not ptosont, on the cntitituy was at homo In bed at tho time. TJy way of icbuttal Hie common wealth offered the leconls of tho Qimi tor Sessions showing the conviction nt Walsli nn two similar occasions on a similar charge In eiuh of which cases be was seutonced to tbiee years In the peni tential v. Attorneys H. U Taylor and V.. W. Thajer lopiesented the defend ants nnd Mr. (tnmci conducted the tasp for the commonwealth. The juiy agieed upon Its xeidlct soon after ad join nlng hour and will icpoit It to day. A xeidlct of not guilty was taken In the r.wo of C. P. Powdeilv. chaigeu: by "U. Iliidget Ge.u y ;lth assault and battel v. The prosccutilx had no deslie lo pioscotito. The county will I ay the costs. .1. Lai kin bad llnny Hncnn and his wife, Alllo Bacon, aiiesled for as saulting and lobbing him of 10 In one of the courts of this city, but did not appear jesteiday to piosecute them. A'ei diets of not gulltx- wese taken and In the case of assault and battel y Lai kin was ditected to pay the costs. Nol. piosos wcio ontoiod upon pay ment of costs In these cases: 'Domln ick Vacuo, selling liquor on Sunduj : Maiy Mallno and Angelo Mallno, sell ing liquor without a icensp. In both cases Rev. W. II. Williams was the pioseoutoi. The defendants live In Dunnioio and piomise to heieafter obsoio the law. Yesterday's Mnrtiage Licenses. nu'clo DpsIpI mo 1'HUIon nj-i'Irn i Itiuc'it l-iltstou Sliplnn Co-luli iihhihl Mm (in null nhhihl I'ltm Diiioiowil I lid I'orK" Xnloiii Hi mlefikic Old l'ori'p Indiiiik lit inke , Sciiulon Hnl'iii lloikwcihrr Siiintmi I' I' llarn s(lann,i M itnti II s)(c,i,r spriutou I inns I! I ollms Stianlmi utiu looh Scranton ARE TAKING PRECAUTIONS Health Officials Want to Pi event the Possibility of Small Pox En- toiing the City. The health dopaitmcnt of this city has begun to take stops to pi event rinx loial hioaking nut of the small pox epidemic now pi o ailing in I.U ei no lotinly. Dlieitoi of Public Safety T I. Wnnnser esteidav aftcinoon ap pointed a uiimbei of communlc itions boailng on this matter sent nut by Dr. W. i: Allen, supoi intendent of ihe luiieiu of health. The doctor had henid Hi it soeial of tho lallioads weie cnntoniplatlng the uinnlng of ex clusions fiom places down the x alien- to this city to attend Buffalo Hill's show lu-io to-day and to-mor- 10W. He acioidinglv sent the following letter to the olliclals of thu Delawaie. I.ickawanna & Western Hailioad mmpanv, the Conttal Ralhoad of Now Jeispy and thp Delawaie & Hudson Kailioad compai : In mcw nt the f it tint smi1lin H pircnlcnl !i I'bmoulh, niiusmi, Wilkes I. nip ind ailjicuit plicis in the W.M-iiiini,' c ind iitliu; innlor Ihe aihiip of Hip stitp linuil of hpillh, 1 hrrihc ri'-irl(olh ii fomi x t it that llip ru.iniiu' of ps t iNon li tins inicinir crowds of pcoplp fimu the lu'cilci' dlstiict-, would he a souicc of ireit rlin,ri lo litis eit.c, ou ate tluirforo uque-trd mil iintifliil not to tun ant siuh PMtiisInn Irnni until the ili-iie n ilrilirnl alnled iIiioiikIiuiii the cntiie Wvoinlnir Mlli.i. ouiD iispritfulb, Dr. W, h. Mien, SiipiilntPiidrnt of Dun in of Health, 1 T. iiiiner, llariloi of 1'uhlic ?jfetv, The othet communication was ad dio,sed to the pippiietois of the big hiuiidoiie.s and dliectcii them not to leiehi) any laundiy fiom any part nf the Infected dlstiict until the dis ease s otllc ially declaied to have been abated. Di. Allen slated to a Tribune mnn that he had been in mmiuiinicatlon with llio state Im.ii d of health tor over a wick and that lie- hud taken ihls action upon the adice of the stalo health nfllcpi, The doctor said that tin-in was no leason for tho people of this city to be dimmed and that tho ineasuies ho Is taking am meioly pie. catitlou.ii y nieasuios. OPENING ANOTHER'S LETTER. Mis. Mniy Geisler Before Commis sioner Taylor on That Charge, Mis, Mniy Geisler, of .South tici.in ton, was aiialgned bofoiu United States Commissioner Gcoibo D, Tay lor yesterday on the chaigo of opening n letter sent to Chailes II. Nlcodeinus, last Dot ember, Both poisons thou lived at thu losldenco nf John Mil shlng, of 9.'S Willow htieot, tho father ol Mis, (ielsler, nnd Nlcodnmus ilalins that a loiter sent him by ielaties In Geim.iliy was opened nnd lead by the defendant and never i cached him. At tho heailng the ilefento claimed that the letter was nn open one ana that Mis. lielslor opened It and nf. tor leading enough to mm luce hei ? self that it was not for her, gave it to a boy to deliver to .N'lcoilenius, This was evidently not done, howcvpi, by tlio lad. Conimlsslonpr Taylor dis charged the defendant, who was icp. resented at the heailng by Attorney H. C, Nowcomb. Attorney Cluience Balcntliio was piosont for the ptosc cution. All the New Books, Popular Ptices, at Norton's, opposite Hotel Jeunyn. i m The popular Punch clgur is still the leader of the 10c clg.ua. Ask for Kclli's union ciackets. LOOKS BRIGHT FOR BILL10TT WITNESSES TESTIFY IN HIS BEHALF. Say He Was at His Boot ding House When Heibert Was Stabbed Oth ers Saw Tollorgo Running Away from the Scene of tho Stabbing After It Occurred He Has Not Been Seen Since Stiong Testi mony Given by Dr. N. Y. Loot About Herbert's Wounds. There is a possibility that the Bll liott nun dor case will he Riven to tho Juiy late this afternoon, but It Is only n pnsslbllltj-. When court adjoutued yesteidny afternoon tho attorneys for the defense said they had u half dn.en moie witnesses to bp"hoatd nnd tho fominonwenlth will have something to offer by wuy of rebuttal. Sonic vciy strong evidence was In troduced yesterday to show that Finnic Tolleigo was the man who stabbed Kdwaul Heibert and not Ham Bllliott, tho man now on trial. Seveial u li nt wren testified that Bllliott was some distance away from tho pluce whete the stabbing was done at the time It oecuriod. Joe Nicollcttl, Angelo Cheiti, Mis. Scalzo, Mt.s. Moiy Williams, Mary Nicollcttl, Mis. Hciliiulo, Clementine Scniplno, Koso Rocco, Tony Stalzo, Cannon Coleno, M. ,1, T.avln nnd Tony Pettlno all testified that Tollorgo was nt Setlano's house on the Sunday of the wedding; that he disappeared that same day and has never been seen heteahouts since. Two of the witnesses swore they saw Toilet go l tinning away from the place whete Heibert was stabbed upon the ap proach of the officers. All of the wit nesses testified to a rcmatkablo siml laiity In appeal mice between Billiott and Tolleigo. As one of the witnesses tersely put It. "when you weie a little way fiom Bllliott jou thought It was Tolleigo, but when you wore near you saw he was diffeient." Sam Gicm, with whom Bllliott bo.uded, testified that the latter came homo fiom the wedding about 6 o'clock on the Sunday night of tho stabbing and temained thio until S o'clock. Ho was quite positive that it was S o'clock when ho left. If this is coned Bllliott Is not the man who did the stabbing, for It occurred at 7 30 o'clock. Gieto said that Tolleigo Is his cousin and that be looked niutli like Bllliott at that time. He has nev er seen him since the day of the stab bing. I.ouis Gundell swore that lie saw Blllintt at Green's house on the night of the stabbing fiom 6 until S n'c loc k. Bllliott was roeallpd to say that ho had never woiked for Hall White at Nineveh. The latter was then swoin and said he know Bllliott nnd Tolleigo well. The foi mer woiked for him on the c distinction of the Honosdalo blanch of tlio Delawaie and Hudon. The men looked xeiy much alike When Constable Neary k.iu him a destiiption of tho muideior he wiote a list of twelve Italians he knew who would ansvvfi the desci iptloiv. On this list Bllliott was seventh. DIt l.UPT'S OPINION. Dr. N. Y. T.oet was called and tes tilicd that it the facts as i elated in couit with lefeieucp to the tieatmont Heibert lecoivcd after the stabbing weie ti uc the suigoiy was bad and that tho man would have stood a bet tpr chance foi his life If he had not had a doctoi. On cioss-exaininalion the doc tot said that Ileihcit would b.iV ucov ered if piopeily treated. BUFFALO BILL SHOW. Will Give Its Fiist Exhibition Here Tonight. Messis. Cody and Sallsbtuy have never failed oath season to give us some novelty of inteiest and Instiuc tlcm, and this season they have taken another page fiom euiient hlstoiy that in Inteiest, thiilling excitement and spectacular splendor outlines any thing they have heiotnfoe attempted, even their foimor novelty, the chaigo of San Juan Hill. This novelty is tho relief by the foues of the allied pow ois, of the inlnlstois and other Cluis tlon reptosentntlvos who weie so io cently at tho ineicy of the Chinese Bo"is In I'eklii. Hlstoiiia! acciu.uy as to detail maiks this lopiesont.itlou of the battle of Tien-Thin, as It bus al was clone with eveiytlilng piesentcd by this management. This is made easier for Messi s, Cody and Salisbury than for otheis, because of the employment by them at nil times of leprcsontatho soldlcis from the xwious ai inios of tho woild, and this season their agents have scoured Ameilc.i, Ihitopo and Afika to get fiesh in.iteilal tor tho entei tiiluiueiit; at the same time seasoned soldieis of these- ainilcs, in this they have suc ceeded, and they aie thus enabled to give a icvlow, match and attaik that tor plctuiesque bcauty.exelteinent and spectacular effect, s gi cater than anything that has evoi heietufoie bcpn piosonted, Tho HulTiilo BUI Wild West show will ehlblt heie tonight and again tmnniiow afternoon and night, Theie wilt bo no panicle to-day ur iifteinooii peiformnnce. Tlio paiado will take plaio Satin day nioiniug, RECITALS OF PUPILS. Given in Guernsey Hall Yesteidny Afternoon nnd Last Night, Vciy enjoyable it-cltals weie given ill Guernsey's hall yestoiday nf lei noon at 3 o'clock, and last night at 8:15 by the pupils of Ch.ules Pneis.tm. The progiainino fls arranged and cniiled nut shnwed tnMo and ait in the ,11 ranglng of u inogi ammo, U.uh .se lection seemed to belong to Urn one who was playing It. Mr Doers-aiu suiely huj. talent as a teacher us. well as. solo poifoimer Tho afternoon iccltal was given by tho jounger pupils who gave their heleetious c haimlugly. The following pupils played: Helen Hauei, Aillngtuu Kiutchey, Ophelia lleishtleld, Kdua Kldicdse, IMgar .Moigun, Bella Ilels. maun, Paul Ilolgate, atolla Heiih tleld, Funic Kliiumlnzer, and u cluet by Milton Poole and Mi. Doeibhii) M the evening lecital the nuue ad vanced pupils weie on the inogi amine and the woik done was of tho highest oitlci. The plajeis showed talent which had been ti. lined aitlstlcally and in good style. The dlftcient nuiubei.s woio given wlthuul heslianox and with much poetiy of explosion The following pupils gave the pio giainmo; Duet by Nellie Fulton and Fieda Noidt, iolos by Beilhu Guein- wvwywwwwvwvvwwwwvM SELCOT A BIT OP ROOKWOOO FOR A QIFT, ? irou May Think Vuxvfr Geo V Millar & VJtU' ITllIIClI A. w mmmmtmAtmtmmMmNtm MKKKUKKKKnKn$KU5MKUMKnUM uMK5uMun:oKKKiKKK5noKnnnxK WALDRONS BIG HORSE SALE Today at Cusick's ington Waldion has ni lived with two Coacheis, Paceis and Txotters. Big General Puipose Hoises. Anyone in this Big Sale. Exchanges can be made any tim have one to sell send him to Wnldio every horse. BARGAIN SALE OF Neu) and Secondhand Carriages Biiggies, Road Wagons and Pbaefons Also a Fine Line of Harness, Blankets and Whips. A. R. Gould & Sons, 415421 Linden Street People's Tastes Differ Helps you to supply every want Credit Your Clothing self here you have all the popular ' styles to select from 317 Lack. Ave Second Floor Open Evenings v.; 1 1 f B-jtV ,1 A? Ill PEOPLE'S .ov, Utlth Stlloh, Wilbur I'onle, Fieda Noidt, llui'l Pavls, Nellie Fulton, Haiilet Kline and l'c.ul liarue.s. Mlf-a I.Ida Oaiagan, the popular conn alto soloist ot the beeond I'tcs byteiiau c lunch, gave bclectlons nt the evening ieclt.il. Hot songs weie delightfully glen and thiiioughly mi joytd. This talented aitlst has a xolco of raio beauty and under excellent contiol, DIED WITHOUT ATTENDANCE. Coioner Robeits Will Investigate the Death of a Child. I'ndci taker Uoltlen, of nuumuie.wns yehtcidiiy called to picp.ue for builal the body ot a child wIium- paiontr. aio Ilungatlans ami ichlde on Mh Micel In I.lttlo Ihigland. The child died up paieutly fmm dlphtheiia and vvllhout, medical nttendance. As them wab nn death ccilillcnto the undei taker notltlcd the coiuiicr, vvlici will make in nve-.tlgatlon this mniulug. AN EVENTFUL WEDDING DAY. B. Willis Goslin At tested a Tew Hotus Befoie the Ceiemony. 11. M'lllis ilriilln, a piomliieut oung Wllkes-Haucan. was mauled Wednes day night to Miss mail, A few houis befoie the ct'icmonxhc: was ni rested. Us Enthusiasts Kerjaming Kookwood, but we dely any lover of ait to study the form, coloring and real istic llower painting of a single piece for a day (it takes years to discover all its beauties), and not become enthusiastic over this wonderful American svork of art. Just now there is on ex hibition an ususu.illy beautiful collection at Co Ml Wyoming Awnne VUi Wlkln .ndLook Around At the Start Yen flirt the wnvn on an eqmllty with the ildus of iiuy wheel. Yon end the tei-on with the iilvantJEt all on jour ulle if jou ride a SCRANTON It's tntilp for rril hPrvlce. Is llcjit cnoiiRli to hp a pit isiirp lo jou and Finnic rnnuKli to Mind hard knock? if neceosarj. 126-128 Franklin Aire. Old Stable, Wash Avenue. carloads, consisting of Boadeis, Single Dinughteis, Express nnd want of Hoises should not miss e befoie the Auction houi. If you n, for ho will find a new home for f J T UUUUdand TIIUOO I Is the best argu ment we can put up. SEE THEM. They will speak for themselves and We Trust You Credit Clothing Company. chaiged with being tho father of thu foiu-ioai old son of Miss Kato 1 leery, nf (iiovo hticet, Ilkes-Hario. Ilo was nlHi borved with papciH In u 13,000 bleach nf prniuit,e ease, v fio.sllii's pinspei Uvo fathcr-lli-law' be came his bniulftiiiaii, and tho wedding was piou cded with. HOSPITAL EXAMINATIONS, Tour Physicians Apply foi Places at the Lackawanna, l.x iiiilnatlons woio coudiii ted at the I,.u kawauuu hn.pltal Wc'dnesdny atteinoon by the examining bii.iirt, lor the poaltltiii ot hoiiso hiiiRoon, theie being I mil' nppllcaiilh for tho places, which will be- vacated In Jainmiy tiy tho lohignatiou ot the thiee membeis ol tho juesciit htall . Tho-o who took the examinations wcio Or. I!. Wallace Hamilton, of llauihbuig Di. Hauy Young, of Iiiniiume, and Hi AV II Wlls-nn atid Di .1. I, Sillcdx, of Willlam.spoit Pi Voiiug nnd 1)1 llsnii have boll) ai ted as .siib.sUttitc.s at the hospital. Tlio examining bo.nd conslsis of D r, J Ii. Ilea, In. W, li. 1'ulloii and Di. l.eiuis l'ic. The smokei'.s delight, "Kloon" no. cigar. Ask for Kelly's union ciackcta. TTENBEiERHO TiTP . t K.I' Sfc..'OtWtj i,itti. L, i, -i -fc&te..bi.