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THE SOBANTON TttlBUNE-TIIUIiSDAY MORNINU. FEBRUARY It. 1SJJ7.
LECTURES LAST NIGHT.
Were Delivered by Rev. D. J. Mao
' Qoldrick and Superintendent of
Schools George Howell.
Two lectures wort- delivered on this
Hide Inst evening, ono by Stipeilntemlent
yt Public Schools OeorRi)IIuclI befoie
tin; niembeis of the West Side conclave
Older of Ileptnsoidis; the other by Hev.
p. J. ?lticaoldiick before the members
of St. lhenden council, Young Men's
Professor Howell's subject was
"Words." Its dlaeusIiiK nfloided In
titructlqn at the same time being Unlit
and Interesting. Ho singled out many
wotds giving their iltesont and original
meaning and going deeper Into the phil
osophy of language
ltev. Father JIucGoldilck's rematkB
befoie the society were eneouingement
to the oUng men who aie making the
council n live, useful hoclcty. During
the evening a pi ogi amine was rendeied
us follows: Piano solo, by Leo Ciossln;
vocal fiolo, by Edwatd Walsh; decla
limtion, by Thomas McIIugb; piano
polo, 3Iis M, V. Wymbs; declamutlon,
William Ollioy; vocal solo, Thomas
Ford: declamation, William Sheehan,
vmal solo, Tldwaid Walsh. Piesldent
I'itrglliboub was In the chair.
The lemalns of Thomas J. Hoan were
Intel red yesterday aftei noon In the For
est Illll celnetery The f uncial wai
luigely attended Sen Ices wete held
at 2 o'clock at the home of the deceas
ed's patents, Mi. and Mrs Thomas V.
Hpvan, of the corner of Swetland .stieet
and North Main avenue. Hev. D. P.
Jones, pasun of the Tabernacle Congie
gational chinch, and He. J I'. Molfatt,
of the Wafahbuin StioetrPiesbterlan
chul ch, conducted the obsequies. Theio
weie many lloral testimonials. The
pallbcaiets weic William Williams,
Iticlmrd Davis, William Thomas, r.lls
w 01 tli Dals, Philip Thomas and Albeit
Hoss Kelley. The llouel beaieis vere:
William IJiooks and Heoige Hill Un
dei taker Price was in chaise of the
The funeral of the late John II. Bui
nett took place jesleulaj moinlng fiom
his late home, IMS Academy slieet. The
iibbeciules WHio cOnOucted b the Ite
J II Succt, pastoi of the Simpson
Methodist Episcopal chinch. Many
friends of the deceased were present.
The lemalns weie taken on the Ontailo
and Western lallioad to CoirvUlle, N.
Y, where bmlal was made The pall
beaieis weio: J. J. Stew ait, James
Cair, Geoige Schneldman, Aithur Oui
rlson, Thomas Cjoncli anil H. Hans.
The funeial of the late Mis Chailes
N. Tox esteulny afteinoon fiom the
fanlly home on Not th Main aenue
was Hi gel v attended by the fi lends of
the deceased Huilal was made in For
est Hill cemeteiy.
MONEY IS TLOWING IN.
A committee fiom Lodge No 1, Sons
of St. Geoige, -Wslted the Webt Side
hospital last evening and wete shown
thiough the building by seeial of the
huspltul dliectois. The lodge Intends
to make a money donation tow aid the
maintenance oi the hospital. The com
mittee I'Mne.ssed themsehes as being
faoiably impies.sed with the woik al
leady done by the hospital association.
At theii meeting last night the membeis
of West Side con lae, Older of Hep
tasophh, donated $50 tow aid the hospi
tal. The following caul explains Itself:
To the Public. We, the empjojes o
Clnko Bros ', deepl appieclate the kind
ness of the press and )ublle who in an
way contilbuted to the success of oui mu
sical and llterarj intcrtiilnment lor the
bentfit of the West Side hospital, and wo
heieby tender our eiy slneoie thanks
Thiough our kind co-opeiatloa we aie
enabled to turn oei $450 to the use of the
West Side hospital.
Executive eomndttee of Clarke liros.'
cmploes E M. Claike, cli.ilimnn; James
J. Shea, secietarj, II. M. Bamfoid, tieas
uiei. The money will be ghen to the asso
ciation net Satuiday night. Yestei
day afteinoon the committee iblted
the hospital building and selected two
looms on the tutnlshing Of which part
of the $450 will be used. The looms
will be named In honor of the film.
HOUSE SOCIAL TONIGHT.
Martha Washington chapter, Eastern
Star lodge, will give a hoclal this een
Ing at S o'clock at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. James Eaton, 110 Tenth stieet.
All Masons with their families aie In
itetl to attend; admission ten cents.
The following piogrumme will be len
dered: Oigan include, Piofessoi Wil
liam Jones- "Uncle Sam's Paitj," Ma
sonic Glee club; m1o, Hauy Wrlglej ;
instiumental music, Hauy Edwaids
and Isaac Piice; solo, Hutiy Ackei ;
duet, Misses Annie Jones, Ella God
shall; autohuip and ocaiino, Hat ly Ed
wards and IsaaaPHce, solo, Mr. Davis;
solo, Harry Edwatds; solo, Professor
AVilllam Jones, lecitntion, Emerson
Owen and Myron Eans, solo, Pjofes
sor 'William Edwflids, "Annie Lauile,"
Musonfo Glee club.
A blrtljday party was given Mondav
afteinoon to Miss Elizabeth, S-veat-old
"daughter of Ml. and Mrs. E. D. Jones,
of Noith Hyde Paik avenue. The fes
tivity was pissed with much pleasure.
Miss Giaco Acker assisted In serlng.
Those ptesent w etc: Floi ence Ciawfoi d,
Marlon Hall, Heitha Williams, Stella
Moigan, Martha Hughes, Ruth Roes-,
Noima Jones, Ruth II. Williams,
Maud Parr, Lizzie Pany, Ruth Will
iams, Peail Jeftklns, Clara Watklns,
LIz.Ie " llllams, Nora McAnully, Nelda
Hughes, Helen Robetts, Maiy L. Davis,
John Hughes, aeorge Thomas, Ra
Davis, Eddie Jones, Chester Thomas,
Hauy Watklns, Willie Sweet, Willie
Eiowniug, Chailey Newton, Willie E
non, Lennle Weed, Geoige Hughes,
Stewart Lewis, John Costlett.
NEWS NOTES AND PERSONALS.
A din escape has been placed on the
Masonic building, North Main avenue.
William H. 13ooth, who left Hyde
Pajlc twenty-live yeais ago for South
Auierlep, Is paying a visit to his fi lends
on this side.
Miss Uertlia Snow, of South Main ave
pjue, Is visiting In Philadelphia.
Mlba Jessie- Smith, of Meildtan street,
breaks up a
that hangs on.
Is entertaining friends from Newark
Valley, N. Y. N .
M. L. Ulalrs wh6 Is olit on the citi
zens' ticket for iu teielcctlon, has dls
tt United smnll cauls, behiine his like
ness with appropriate leading matter.
A choir wae oiganlzed last evening
In the Uellevuo Welsh Calvlnltftlc
Methodist church to fcompule at the
Robert Mollis chtciliHod,
Margaret Jenkins, of Nev York, led
last evening's meeting ot the Volun
teers. Miss Jenkins Is" a paptaln In the
Volunteer auny. She Irt a Hyde Park
glil and Is now stationed In the tnctio
polls, The meeting' last night was well
Geoige Fall child Is suffeilng from a
severe attack ot lheumatlsm
Wntkln Williams, son of Richard II.
Williams, ot Academy street, has le
tuined to Eloomsburg State Noimal
school. Young Williams, It will bo le
membered, wns painfully lnjuied at the
school gymnasium by falling fiom a
Choice cut flowers and flower de
signs at Palmer & McDonalds, 544
Miss Catherine Haggcity, of Eynon
stieet. Is visiting nt Ulnghamton.
Miss Jemima Jones, of Noith Hyde
1'nik avenue, lias lecove'ied fiom her
Miss Alice Gieen, of lilnglmmlun, is
visiting West Side friends
Miss Maggie George, of Paisons, Is
visiting Mis. W. F. Sproats, of this
We laundry stiff collars with soft
button holes. Custal Laundry. "
Miss Hattle Evans, of Lafayette
stteet, left yesterday for a visit In
Conkllng, N. Y.
Special sen Ices In the Hampton
Stteet Methodist church are being at
tended with excellent lesults. The pus-tor-
will lne.ich each evening at 7.10
G. F. Spencer and wife, of Thompson,
weie vlsltois at the Hampton Stieet
pnisonage on Tuesday
Mrs. Robeit Evans and Mts. Geoige
Easterly, of Noith Sumnei avenue, left
jesterday foi a few days' visit at
Mauch Chunk, where they will attend
the eighty-fifth blithday annlveisaiy
of an aunt.
Dr. E Y. Harrison, Dentist, Mears
Hall. 113 S Main avenue.
Mr. and Mis T. V. Carey, of Rock
slieet, attended the funeial of William
Husted, at Coining, N Y, yesterday
Mi Husted wns fotmeily an employe
of the Delawnie.Lackavv anna and West
ern tallioad as fireman on a passenger
tiain on the liuffnlo division. He met
his death by a collision on the load.
Mis. William V. Gllfflths, of North
Sumner avenue, visited fi lends at Ply
The latest and best styles. Roberts,
120 North Maine.
West Side Husiness Directory.
HARRIET J. DAVJT.S, TLORIST Cut
(lowers and funeral designs a speclilt;
104 South Main avenue, two doors from
MORGAN'S PHARMACY, 101 N. MAIN
avenue Physicians' prescriptions caie
full prep lied from wananted puie
diugs and chemicals A line ahsoitmont
of trusses, line stationery blank hooks,
vaiui&h htalns, mixed paints or funcy
work, artists materials, window glass,
wull paper und plctuie moulding. Clerk
at store all hours of night.
SLCOND HAND FURNITURE Cash for
anything j on have to sell, furniture.
Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see the
stock of J. C. King, 701 to 70!) West Lack
William Rlchaids, well known by the
Welsh-American lesldtnts of the West
Side, of this city, Hied jesterdny moinlng
at his home, neai the Continental buakei.
Ml. Rlchaids had been 111 foi a nuinbei
of weeks. He was 00 jeiis of age and
has lived In this section for over thlrtj -five
jears. Ills bhthplace was In Aber
deen, Wales. After emigrating to this
count! y ho llrst resided at I'ittsburg, com
ing to Scianton shortlv afteiwaid Among
the people who knew him best Mr Rich
aids was held In high esteem. Ho was or
a Chilstlan character and at the time of
his death he was a deacon In the First
Welsh Congiegatlonal church, the "old
ehuich," as It Is referred to b West Side
people Tot a nuinbei of jeaisMi Rich
aids has been a tire boss in tlio Continen
tal mine He is suivlved bj four chll
dien: Mrs. Silas Reese, Mrs. Joseph Da
vis, Mis William Lewis and Richard
Rlchaids The funeial will be held Sat
urda atteiuoon at '2 o'clock liom the old
chinch, Rev. D Jones, pastor. Interment
will be made In Washburn Stieet ceme
teiy. Dewl Glan Eryeh Williams, well known
as a Welsh bard and on e-aldeiman of
the Til st ward, Noith End, died last ev
ening at 7 30 o'clock at hK home, coiner
of Hampton and Twelfth street. He had
been ill about six months and was a v letlm
of paraljsls. Mr. Williams was a promi
nent Welshman, and since 1S57, when ho
came to Ameiica, ho has been befoie the
public as a Welsh poet and scholar, oc
cuplng a place In the galaxy of local
Welshmen who are admired bj their peo
ple. He was born In Rhjnuiey, South
Wales, Mai eh 3, 1S35 Ilc-fore coming to
Scianton ho was a resident ot Plttston.
Mr, Williams moved to the West Side
from tlio North End thiee jeais ago,
when he miirlcd Mis Hannah Rowlands,
his second wife lie is survived by llvo
sons, David, William, Talleson, Anil on,
Gomer; three daughters, Mis James
Twist, Litlln; Mis s. Stelckel. of
WIlkes-Raire, Mrs Monday, of Peckvllle.
Tho funeral will be Sunday nfteinoon.
Infeiment will bo made in Washburn
Joseph H Terrett, aged CO jears, a re
spected lesident of Ashle, died a'fter an
illness of three das, of genoia) debllltj.
Deceased was born In Kings county, lie
land, and came to this, country In 18M,
settling In New JcrSej on a fUrm He was
a wheelvv light by tiade, but the oppui
tunltles for men of his ability were gieat
at that time In the building of lulhoads
and he took up that woik and followed It
up to tho time of his death, Ho Is surv lved
by a wife and foul adult chlldien John
Terrett, supervlsoi for the Cential Rall-
loau or New .Terse) .Josiph Tetrett, a
tiack forem m foi the same company, and
Mnrv and Katie Tetrett. The funeral will
be held this morning
Mis. Sarah Callender died at her home,
In Pleasant Hill, Ross township, Luzerne
county on Monday evening, of pneumo
nia, aged CI years. The deceased was one
of tho best known re-sldenls of the town
ship. Sho was an active ehuich woikei
nnd was geneially liked for her many
beautiful Halts of eharactei She Is sui
vlved by tho following children Geoige
and Charles Callender, of Pleasant Hill;
Wilson Callender, of Caibondale; Mrs
Mary Ives and Mrs Emily Newark, of
Scranton. and a daughter In New Jersey
Sho Is also suivlvid by ono brother and
ono sister, Samuel Snder nnd Mis Kellei,
of Plymouth. Tho funoinl will take place
this moinlng at 10 o'clock.
, Thomas V. Scalilll, an nyeil man, whoso
lesldence is on West Mniket slieet,' tills
city, died yesterdny at the home of Ills
daughter. Mi's. Jnmcs Carden, In Carbon
dale, with oedema of tho lungs Until
a hhoit time ago ho ieided In Iljde Paik,
and Is ono of the oldest residents of this
valley. The funeral will tako place to
morrow morning nt 10 o'clock. Interment
will bo made In Hjde Park Cathollo cem
etery. An Infant son, of Mr. and Mis. Aleck
Collins, of Market street, this city, died
Tuesday afteinoon after a biiof Illness.
1'Uneral will take plncp this afternoon
at 3 30 o'clock. Interment jn iljde 1'ark
Mrs. Jacob rink, aged 75 years, ono of
the oldest and best known residents of Al
lentown, Is dead. She lived In ono house
Suburban News '
'Iho cntertilnment committee will have
chargo of tho soclnl tonight In the South
Side Young Women's Chrlstlnn associa
tion rooms, 1021 Cedar avenue. Every
oting woman is Invited to come. A de
lightful programme has been arranged,
Como and bring some one with you. Sat
urday nfteinoon the Thimble club will
meet at t o'clock. Sundny afternoon at
3 n o'clock, Gospel mseting for women.
Tho new wagon for the chief ot tlio
(Ire department, which was built In tho
workshop of Conrad Pell, was on Tues
day Inspected by city olllelals.
Mls Lulu Pontius Is tho happy winner
of a ling In the contest decided at tho ball
conducted by tho Dermanlu hand In
SchlmplT's hall Tuesday night, the oppos
ing contestant being Miss Emma Zlegler.
The total amount collected was $C3, of
which the winner collected $15 SO, the
greater part, and was, according to slm
llni arrangement, ilecliied the successful
aspirant Aftei the decision wns an
nounced both young Indies lecelved many
compliments and thanks fot theli untir
ing nnd honest efforts In behalf of the
popular band of mi'slclins
The masquerade ball given by the Car
penter's union In Woiklngmiin's hall last
evening was largely nttended and a most
Thomns Hughes, of Prospect avenue.
and Miss Cm i oil, of the West Side, will
be matrled In St, John's church next
The James Connell lodge. Independent
Order of Odd fellows, held a meeting at
Preuhan's hall last evening.
We luundi stiff collars with soft button
holes Crjstal I. itindiy.
This evening the Scranton Athletic club
will meet In Gennany hall
John R Snv re left jesteidav on nn ex
tended trip thtough tho New England
Arnold A. Lingmoro. of New York city,
wns a v Ihltor on tho South Side yesterday.
Choice cut Itowers and llower designs
at Palmer As McDonald's, 614 Spruce. '
Rurgess Dan Powell.
Treasurer Louis Engle.
Tax Collectoi William E. Correll.
Councllmen C. S. Webei and William
School Dlrectois M. K. Kellum and Jor
Street Commlsslonei George Jackson.
Auditors Harry Wlnteis and H. I Mar
shall. Jusctlce of tho Peace A. A. Krotzer.
Interest In Tuesdn's borough election
Is appioichlng fevei heat. The local Dem
ocratic ling appeals to bo thoroughly
awakened to the Importance of the issue
o far as its piospects are concerned, and
is lighting with almost inci edible desper
ation We scarcely need to icmlnd tho
Republicans of Dunmore that their ono
chance of lctoiy next Tuesdaj lies In
getting every Republican votei to the polls
and in taking effectual steps to pievent
Illegal voting b the opposition. The Re
publican boiough ticket stands foi hon
est, eflicieney nnd econom in boiough
government, Is mnde up of rtptesentatlvo
men whom taxpnvers can ti list nnd when
elected will Insuiea new and cleaner order
of things We caution Republicans not to
be filghtened b eleventh hour 1001 hacks
set afloat by the enemj. The battle is
well In hand at the present wilting and If
each Republican does his dut next Tues
daj the old borough ling will bo cleaned
out, bag and baggage, with votes to spare.
The plank sidewalk on niakely street,
In fiont of Dt. Wlnteis' barn, Is In a very
dangeious condition. A ill ay horse, be
longing to tho Kej stone Hrewlng com
pany, walked onto the sidewalk vesterdav
moinlng, which immediately broke nnd
sink beneath Its weight. Heie Is another
case wheie our stieet commissioner can
not renew this sldevvnlk without the con
sent of tho boiough council.
II. L Tiease, who formerly conducted
the gtist mill on niakely stieet, has te
moved with his family to Jeimyn
The mail) fi lends of Miss DInna Cap
well, of Cherry street, w IIP be pleased to
heii of her slightly Improved condition
William Roes, of Claj avenue, has le
turned fiom aptolonged visit with fi lends
Miss Maggie Eckersley, of tho Noith
End, Is the guest of her aunt, Mis. Will
iam Jeffrej, of Clay avenue.
Mrs. William Dextei, of Hloom street,
Is confined to her home with Illness
Edwaul Muiphj and Martin Cinne, of
Montoe avenue, have set sail for Atilca,
wheie the Intend to mnke theli futuro
A largo S-day clock, built In the style
of nn ancient timepiece, Is on exhibition
In Rone's diug stole
The membeis of the Welsh Congrega
tional choir held a suipiise paity'at tho
house of Ml. David D. Lewis, of Putnam
street, Monda evening, the occasion be
ing his thirty-font th blithday. Ho was
piesented with a handsome locking chali.
Several solos weie lendeied by Philip
Thomas, Joshua Johns and Mis. David
Lewis. Games were also indulged in until
a seasonablo hour, when lefrtshments
weie served. Those present were as fol
lows,: Mr. and Mis David Lewis and fnm
il, Mi. and Mrs Evan Price and familj ;
Ml. and Mis. Joshua Johns and familj ;
Mi. and Mrs. Willlnm Evans and familj ;
Mi. and Mts. Thomas M Jones and fum
llj, John Llod, Robeit Williams, Philip
Thomas, William Lewis, John Hobbs,
Thomas J. Evans, Jonah Lewis, Evan J.
Lewis, Seth Johns, of Wilkes-Uane; Mrs.
Thomas James, Mis. William Rlchaids,
Mrs Evan Gabriel, Mrs. David Jones,
Daniel Price. Mrs William R. Davis, Mis.
Thomas T. Davis, .Mis. Timothy Jones,
M'lss Mar J. Price, Miss Anna Price, Miss
ElUa Jones', Miss Margin et Service, Miss
Mary Evans, AIlss Maiy J Davis, Miss
Tho concert for tho benellt of William
G Jones, given last night In Company II
armoij, was a grand success The Cail
adlaun lodge, Ivoiltes, und Panooka lodge,
Knights of Pj thlas. undei whose auspkes
the affair took place, deserve commenda
tion for the manner In which the affair
was'eonducted The best talent that this
section affords took part in the pio
guimme. Tho work of Miss Reatileo An
drews and the Ilastedo chlldien elicited
much applause The dancing of tho latter
was the featuie ot tho evening's enter
tainment The Independent IIoso company con
ducted a bill last evening In Mulherln's
Ambrose Mullej left jesteiday for Ja
Thomas Phillips, of Summit avenue, Is
Renjamln Rohlnon, of Oak street, Is so
journing In Ploilda.
Mis John Watklns, of Parker stieet, Is
The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs Martin
Cacanaugh, whoso death oeeuired Tues
duj, was bulled jesterday In Hyde Paik
Tho Noith End and tho undefeatod
Scranton team will do battlo for cham
pionship of the clt) this evening in Com
pany II armoiy.
Mrs, Trank Guaid Is ciulte 111 at her
home, on Boulevard avenue.
C. II. Curven, of the "Cut Rate" Cash
stole, left Jtsleidiy morning foi Jforth
umbei land county to see his inothei, who
wns said to be dvlng.
Tho ladles of the Rebekah lodge, No. 70,
Independent Order of Odd Fellows, aro
preparing for tho Lady Washington tea,
which they will servo the 21th of this
Mrs. Bunnell Is visiting friends at Clif
ford. Mr, and Mrs, Benson, of Matlou stieet,
nro entertaining Mr, nnd Mis. Nathaniel
Beam, of Suscuehanna,
J, S. Miller, of tho Scranton Beef com
pany, Is in Chicago on business,
Rev. Mr, Dclmar, of Mahoning county,
O., Is holding a series of evangelical ser
vices In the Primitive Methodist ehuich,
on East Market stieet.
All that wns mortal of tho late Mrs.
David Reeso was laid to rest In the For
est Homo cemetery, Tnjloi, jestordny
Tho Greenwood collieries will bo Idle tin.
The Cora Van Tasscll Company of hlgh
clnss entertainers will occupy the Temper
ance hull tonight. A social will follow
Division No. 9, Ancient Order of Hi
bernians, hns tecclvcd a handsome now
ling from S. J. ruhrman, of Scranton.
Tho O'Connell council, Young Men's In
stitute, hnve postponed theh meeting un
til 1'rldny evening.
Tlio Scranton Detective Gets Entangled
in the Pliocnh Contract Case
Wllkes-Barre, Feb. 10 The case
ngalnst A L. Spencer and Thomas Ali
bi ey, of Scianton, who weie on tilul
on choice of hnvlnir consulted to de
fiaud Geoige W. Koons, continues to
excite Intel est. The testimony for the
piosecutlon closed yesteiday and Mi.
Palmer opened for the defense today
In the presentation of the case Mr. Pal
mer held thut the conspiracy was all
on pnit of Mllnlr, the man who ttiined
state's evidence, and that Messrs.
Spencer and Aubrey were dtawn Into
the scheme by him.
Thomas Aubrey, one of the defend
ants, was the llrst witness called. He
said ho wns a bookkeeper and nn ex
pel t accountant. He 111 st met Mllalr
In Novembei, ISO'i, at which time the
foi matlou of the Phoenix Contract
company was talked of. Aubioy said
Mlluli pioposctl to him to become sec
letaty and tieasu'rer of the new com
pany and spoke of the money he would
put Into the business. Mi. Aubrey In
answer to questions of Mr. Palmer
went ovei the foimatlon and the opci
atlons of the Phoenix Contract com
pany at length. Ho said tho concern
hud been oigunlzed, us fat as he was
concerned, for pei fectlj legitimate pui
poses He descilbed the negotiations
w lth Mr Koons lor materials and de
nied that theie was any conspiracy or
intention of fraud. On cross examina
tion bj Mi. Fell Aubrey was conf tout
ed with his coitespondence to Mllalr
and asked to explain ceitaln para
graphs. He was evasive, however, and
many of his answers weie quite lame
Altogether he did not make a good im
pression on cioss examination. At one
point Aubtey was shown a paragraph
In one of his letteis to Mllalr in which
lie said Koons was threatening to make
trouble and that he had consulted a
law j or, who told him to "allow Koons
to stew in his own juice."
He was also asked who the lawyei
was who told him that and lefused to
answer. After a wrangle between the
attoinojs, Judge Dennett told Aubiey
to answer, and he said It was Mi.
Shuitleff. Aubrey was bi ought down
to the $3,000 placed In bank by Mr.
Spencer to the ciedlt of the Phoenix:
Contract company and admitted that
It was for the puipose of getting a rat
ing. He coulel nut explain why the
fact of the $3,000 debt to Spqncer was
not put In the statement to the mercan
tile agencies. He was asked to explain
why $G,100 was paid Spvmcer when the
debt was only $3,700 and said the excess
was to pay some of Mllali's old notes.
Aubiey was asked to explain how
they expected to pay Koons at the time
the contract for $1J,000 of muteiiuls was
made with only $15 In bank, nnd said
they" expected to sell the mateilal and
get the pioceeds Witness said he hud
known Spencer two yeurs, duilng pan
of thut time was his bookkeeper and
general managei. Spencer was a man
ufacturer of nails and spikes.
Among tho Sciantonlans who hnd
been summoned to testify to Mi. Spen
cers honesty wete Attorney John B.
Ceilings, Piothonotniy Piyor, County
lieasuier Scitadt, Reese G. Riooks,
Saiidv Stlllwell, Robeit M. Scianton,
John II. Fellows, M. II. Dale, It, T.
Elack, Barney Slocum, Sidney Bioad
bent, John Jeimyn, Geoige L Dlekbon
and John R. Da Is.
After listening to some character tes
timony Koons, the piosecutor, wns
culled to the stand for fuither cioss
iLxamlnatlon. He was asked by Mr.
"Did you say to Mllalr In the piesence
of W. F. Cllffoul, 'It ou throw up
Spencer and sign this paper I will give
jou $1,000?" "
"Absolutely no," lesponded the Wit
ness. W. F. Clifford, a Scianton detective,
was then called to tho stand and testi
fied that he heaid the offer mentioned
made by Kponb to Mllalr. He heaul
Koons make the ofter thiee times, once
at tho Hotel Jetmjn, once at the Dela
waie and Hudson depot, and once on
Wjomlng avenue near the Dime bank.
Mllalr was under nu est at that time
on complaint of Mr. Koons. "I was to
airest Mllnlr," said Cllffoid, "on condi
tion that he did not give up Mr. Spen
cer. Later Mr. Koons offeied $t,000 to
The witness said he was employed
by John T, Lennhan, who Is private
counsel for the piosecutor
On cioss-eam)natloii he was asked If
his instiuctlons weie not to unest Ml
lnlr If he attempted to leave Scianton.
He said probably that was collect. He
denied that ho hud been ill Inking and
that Mr. Lenahan had told him he was
"Wasn't It join duty to'make a full
lepott of what jou did on that day?"
"Did you lepott about that money .
"I did not."
"Was It not your business to do so'" ,
"I don't Know." '
Clirford tiied to evade many questions
and upon the whole cieuted a bad Im-
piesslon by his manner of giving evi- i
rPli, Inlrlm. nf thai l,-rinnr Itt Mia tttol '
was concluded today by a sensation
which wus spiuiig by the attorneys foi
the defense who contended that the al
leged conspiracy was hutched In New
Yoik and that the Luzeino county
couit had no juilsdletlon. The case
bus alienely lusted over a week In this
county. Judge Bennett will lender his
decision tomoriovy moinlng. Detective
Clifford, as he finished testifying this
nfteinoon, wns ui tested on the charge
of pei Jui y. Testimony of a minor
cliuructer wus all that wns taken dur
ing the lemalnder of the day until ad
journment was unnounced,
WILL BOOAl BUSINESS.
How tho Dissolnlion of the Stocl Pool
Mill KflL'ut Orders fur Work.
Phllatlelphla, Feb. 10. Tho dlrsolutlon
of the steel rail pool was the ilonilimnt
theme of discussion In the It on ami I'teol
ttaele today. Luther S. Bent, clmlr
niuu of tho executive committee of the
uoaul rf dltectora of the PennsilvunH
Steel company, aalil this afternoon that
the fliat effect of tho hieak In pries
lmil Lein to nUuoiinally Inciease busi
ness onil that ot tiers for nearly 200,000
tout. of steel rails at the $20 late had
beon ucdved by Eastern companies
Hlnc Filday last, the contucts being
divided bct,woon the Pennsylvania) Iilccl
triinp.iu, the Lnckawnnna, Canibila
an.l Eetiilehem companies. The on
tmcts Mr. Rent believed, would not
have lii'Mi executed befoie Juno or July
It the eu'. hnd not taken place. Asked
whether he thoucht the out would ox-t-Mitl
beyond the $20 basts, Mi. Rent
"That Is u question that will Inrgelv
depend upon tho tntltudo assume 1 to
day bv the Illinois Steel companv. If
It falls to adjust matters It would not
nurpilso mo If rates fuither decline 1."
Important Ctitiugc Caused by tliu
Denth of President Hubert.
Philadelphia, Feb 10 At the regular
meeting of the boaul of dlicctors of tho
Pennsylvania Railroad company this
nfteinoon a number of linpoitant
changes wete made in the olllclul stuff,
the iictlon being due, prlmuilly, to the
death of President Robeits The
Captnln John P. Gieen, piomoted
fiom second vice piesldent to llibt vice
president, Chniles E. Push, piomoted
fiom third vice ptosldent to second vice
piesldent, H. M Pievost, the general
maungei, elected tt tlilid vice piesl
dent, Joseph B. Hutchinson, general
supetlutcndeut of tiniiEpot tatlon, made
general munngei , William II. Jovce,
geneiul fi eight agent, piomoted to
Height ttalilc mnnnger (the olllce being
ciented for him), Sumuel Ren, assist
ant to the piesldent, made fiist usslst
nnt to the piesldent, and E T. Post
lethwnlle und William A Patton made
nsslstunts to the piesldent.
For the inauguration of President
elect McKInley, nt AVashlngtpn, the
Lehigh Valley Ralliond will make vciy
low excutslon lutes, nnd this Is joui
oppoitunlty for sight-seeing at the
capital of the United States, witnessing
the pomp und pageantry of the In
auguration festivities at n small cost
This company off ens tho best of ac
commodations as to train -seivice, and
pass0s thiough the mountains of Penn
sjlvania where the most magnificent
sceneiy of the "Switzerland or Amer
ica" mn be seen fiom the tinln
Inqulie of ticket agents foi time of
trains and lutes.
In Favor ol IViiiale .Sullinge.
Boston, Eeb 10 Tho lefislatvo com
mittee on constitutional amendments to
dav voted to lepoit an amendment to the
constitution sti iking out the word "male "
thus giving to women the full light of suf
To Cine a Cold in One l)nj.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists i of und the money If It
falls to cure. 25c.
OirUATION' WANTED-DY GIIJ1, INT A
O small family, oi secotid glil AddiosslGJJ
C ITUATION WANTKD-I1Y YOUN'O MAN
O 2J jours old, ns flieinnu, pumpman oi
steam flttei s helper, or mv thing honorable,
ngi-ney work incltidod Address, E. W , H5b
SITUATION' WANTED-ISY AN KNEIt
gotlc liiljr, us stenojtiplier, t pom Iter,
cashlor or cuiurnl ollleo vvorlc; 1ms had expo
rieuco iml inn furnish good reference. Ad
dtess N. J., Tiibune olHco
WANTED-SITUATION AS HOUSE
keeper. Addiess MRS TIIOMP&O.V,
"V AN TED-SITUATION 11Y A GIIADU
T nto from "Wllliatiisport Coimniircinl
Colloo; bookkeeping oi oltieowork; an oxpo
r iencod salesman; havo ta iglit common school
nnd brol,cepimr Address, foi refeiences,
O J. SI., 1A! Mifflin avenue, city.
SITUATION WANTED-As butcher; will.
Inir to poddlo or torn! m.ukct; ijood Baus
ngo maker. Addre3 33J Torest court.
SITUATION WANTED-HY AN KXPERI
onced groeoij ilork; Is htrictly tompoi
nto nnd honest: will do any honest work
would llko to rolloet for n roliablo film, can
fin nidi refci onto; alo giva bouds. Address
HONESTY. Trlbunn ollko
SITUATION WA.NTED-Afa SUPERIN
tondont or foromnnot biiokvnid by on
of oMensivo txpoiienee. Apply D. J. J,
OITUATION WANTED -RY A YOUNG.
O man, 'Jlyoira of ago, as flioman: can glvo
good rofoi oneoa Address b. W , UJT bbort
avenue. Park Place. Pa.
MIDDLE-AGED LADY WISHES TO 3TAKE
ongugomonta for musing; terms, $3 per
week: best of roferences given. Address
NURSE, Tribune oillo)
WANTED-DY AN VMERICAN WIDOW,
with ono child Ipobltlou its working
housekooper: host rofo mccs given Addroas
MRb. R , U03 Divis atloot. I'lillielolphU.
THIS IS NO JOKE.
g Always FIRST
CONDENSED fllLK g
Tor ?? vears the ltadlnir branJ. It la tho
Uct afii th. mntt ij-iih-itiiI1 J
S a perfoct rooD roii infants S
Schedule In Effect November 15, iHyi
Trains Leave Wilkes-Barro as Follows
7.30 n. m., week clays, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington, and for Pitts
burg and tho West,
10.15 a. m., week day3, for Hazloton,
Pottsville, Reading, Norristown,
and Philadelphia; and for Sun
bury, HnrrlsburRi Philadelphia,
Baltimore, Washington and Pitts.
burp; and tho West.
3.15 p. m., week days, for Sunbury,
HnrrisburR, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and Pittsburg
and tho West.
3,15 p in., Sundays only, for Sun
bury, Harrlsburg, Philadelphia,
and PlltsburRand tha We3t.
0.00 p. m., week das, for Hazleton
J. K. VO0l), OcnM PdSj. Agent.
S. JW. I'UUVObl, Oeneral Manager.
VVnsncr A Kcls, Alnnngcrs.
John I.. Kerr, Acting Mnnog:r.
Week Commencing Monday, I'eb, 8,
Tho Wlnsoaio and Tnlontod motional Ac
Supported by Iior own nupoib eompnny, nn
dor tliodliectlon of Armltiigo is iitzpitilcle,
In u raiefully nolectod roportolio of compiles
nnd drauins, lluiidsoino up mioi y, i lovur spoo
inltlofv, Crowded houses ovorynhoro.
Pried 1(1, a) nnd 30 rents Ulnin matinees
Tiiesiluy, VVoilnosilny, TlntM-Hy mill Prlilnv.
baturdny iiiiitlnuo 10 und 'id cents, Reserved
seats now on silo.
Tliunday, Friday, Saturday,
Feb. 11, 12, and 13.
The Awful Tornado
Itie (Irent KlKRlnKbccne
Six Tar 1'urilng 11 Alon
ster bull. I tie Collision
o( Two Ocean Liners at
Pull bpceU The Mlifhty
Open hen Scene, with
Wu"cs Kminlni; Mount
aln High. Ulectlnc
Room ot u Medical Col
lege Chicago Hnrbor
nt Night and many other
"To I10IJ as well ns to win succesn,
Keep all vour play-bill promises."
-UfyCOLN J. CARTER.
Admission 30, 20 or .50 Cents.
Two performances dally. Doors open at
1.30 and 7. Curtain rises at 2 30 and 3 IS.
ROOMS I AND 2, C0R11TH Q'L'D'G,
illlNING AND BLASTING '
MADE AT JIOOSIC AtTD RUfflU-
LAFLIN & RAND POWDER CO'3
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Hitterles, EIoetiloE'cnloJor for ox
plodlug blasts, Safety 1 use, and
Repauno Chemical Co. 's
eosic nmu cl
Made and Sold in Six Months, ending flarch 1, 1896,
Total Product of
The A Mill Alone produced 1,000,000 Barrels,
Largest Run on Record.
Washburn, CrobbyN Superlative is sold everywhere from tho
Pacific Coast to St. John's, New Foumllaud, and in England, Ireland
and Scotland very lavgely, and is recognized as the beat Hour in th
HAVE YOUR HORSE SHOD WITH Trl-
Neverslip T03 Gal'5,
BITTENBENDER f CO.
And a full line of iron and
steel Blacksmiths' aud Wag
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
SCRANTON AND WILKES -
11 rf-k b ob
memutm cMimmm! K-nnrunfio unimr
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
Goaeral OKlce: SCRANTON, PA.
W"l4 x Bomotlmca noola a reliable,
ipi&- J tuourcatdrugacbould teuieJ, It you want Ibo bust, get
W! dl lPo Peas PeB3srasf8ia$raB FSBBs
T "- v Thoy am prompt, rto ard certain In result. 'The oenulno (lr. Peal's) nayer dUaita
1 . a noiat. Boot auy where, $1.00, AddlCM I'&tz, UcDlcmu Co., Cleysland, O.
For sfilo by JOHN H. PHELPS, Fharmaclot, cor, Wyoming Aonuo and
Spruco Straat, Scranton, Pa.
A CADKMY OF MUSIC,
" THURSDAY, I'UUIUMRY nth
A Midnight Bell
With the PAvorlto Comedian,
nnd tho Tamous Comedlonno,
LAUUA JOYCF. HULL.
Btipcrh enst of niknovviortiud nrtlsts nnd
tlio colobrntod Midnight Hell Quartette. Com
plete music, nrmiigud by Victor Horbort.
Liillrei new fconerj' by Arthur Vooutln,
PRICIIS-Oallcry, jee; Balcony, jsc: Or
chestra Circle, goes Orcheslra, 75CI Parlor
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
a FEB. 12-13
Uxtravagnnza Company. Mirth, Aluslc,
Dance and lieautlfiil Surroundings,
VIOIXTTA. Dnnrlnir Heiwillon: MAY AD.
AA1S, Vooiillst: I.RW II. CARWOI.E, SAM.
COLLINS, PITZOI.RALO AM) KELLY, four
popular morry eutettaluors, and u bovy of
uaudsomo, shapely girls.
Gallery. 15c; Entire
Iialconv. 25c; l;iiMt
Floor. !J5c, 50;. Mnt
ACADEMY OF USIC.
Monda Evening, rcb. 15.
The Very Ileautllul and Accomplished
And the 1'amors fragrcdlan.
Supported by an Excellent Company of Ster
ling Players In
A Uupi)' Pair.
An Act ol' KomiM) and Juliet,
An Act or School for Scandal,
An 'Act or Macbeth,
And the Famous Curse Scene of
Leah, the I'orsuksn. '
PRICES-Pnrlor Chnlrs, ?i so; Orchestra
$1 00, Orchestra Circle, 50c; ISnlcony, 50c;
U Your Horse is Shod with
GS aawauiifiPerartH nmrn 93
He Positively Cannot Slk
IIS HI CALLAHD
Plf GHAnPENINO. ;3Sj
THE TRIBUNE is now prepared to fill or
ders for composition on newspapers, books,
pamphlets, or other publications at moder
Address BUSINESS MANAGER.
3AF1RE, PA., Manufacturers of
Rn P il
monthly, rojnbtlnp medicine. Only liarmltto3