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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE- SATt'JiDAY MOKJSING. h'EIJlU'AK Y 10. 1894.
SIIIIIiiiijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiihiiiiiii: I Pipe ! I Valves I Fittings I LISTENED 18 REPORTS Monthly Meeting of the Scraaton Authorities. Health E THE SCKANTON SUPPLY AND MACHINERY CO, a SllllllllllltllillllillllllllllllllllllllllK Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 20 Wyoming Avenue Lackawanna i m ; : SOB fenn Ave. Laundry A. D. WARMAN. ( Iraiul Display ok' Laces and Embroideries AT MEARS & HAGEN'S, 415 Lacka. Avenue. Carpets, Wall Papers, Window Shades, Draperies, Mattings, Rugs, etc. WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 127 Wyoming Ave CITY NOTES. SLIGHT MORTALITIES NOTED Secretary Brifge't Report tor Jan uary Shows a Remarkable Decrease Causes ot Deatli -Fooil Inspector Uracil to Prosecute a Violator ot I aw Dr. Allen Says Ilia People Do Nut Batbe Ki enut'iitly bnough. The board of health held its regular meeting yeaterday, Twoo( tba mam ban iraia abeoat, and lhe only bualnaai traoaaotad ami to hear raporta Secretary iBrlagt reported an follow tor January Total daatba, lit; due to tooidtnta ti; pneumonia, 88; heart dtetate, 7 apopleiy, i. Infantile ooo vultlooe, 9; till born. B; bronobttl. 10. Of the total number of daatba, 01 were male, and there were two colored paraoua Tba birtba for the mouth were 149, of wbioh 03 were nialoa. There ware .17 oouteglout diteatei reported: lMpii tberie, 3; tutailtt, aaarlel fever, l); whooping oongb, i There waa i death from toarlat lever and from uieaalee. 8nperlntendent Lofton, of ttio ore matvry, reported aa followi Qarbage dee troy ed, 1,190 barrels, ','7 boe, l dog and wagon loade. Coal to the amount of id toni were burned and 10 galloni of i'ii wore need. Tii milk and foal inepeotor reported the t illowlog Vltita mad 1199. He tatil ttiat till waa ttio time to expect bob veal and in tmd eantloned dealora generally and itaied turn eonBeuatlon would result In Oaae of u violation of the proTlatoui of the board, lie re ported one Initauoeof wllltnl violation of the law, one dealer refilling to label hieaklmtned mi oan, The inepeotor vs directed to briug uit against the offender. RtPOBT (.'I' HlAXTB OrNCBB, Health Officer Allen reported uuis meet that were repurte.1 and investi gated. He c .tiled attentiou to the show- ! iu maie by the aeoratary, a id said it showed a remark ible condition of af- xan ni a oily mo n O! BCratttOU ite referred to the ayttem of placarding the house occupied bv patient suffer ing from oontattloat diseases. He re ferred to the convention at Uarrlabnrg recently held, end stated that there were 470 board represented, aud none had a system that coul 1 com pare with the one in Scranton, He re ported that thy had the belt water supply aud Ih atnioapberj generally wit healthy All that wai needed was for the people to bathe more frequently in the wtuter month, lie referred to chool No. 19 U beiutf most unsanitary and the qneation was referred to the superintendent to take the proper pre cautions in caring for the health of the children. President, bentley. who with Dr. Allen atteuded the convention of the state boird of health at Hirritnri;, made a verbal report. He said that there wars 471 cities and boroughs represented at the convention, which was composed of tate and local ixarde of health. He stated that while it Vjis an able body of sanitarians and many meritoriout essays were read, the Scranton delegates fortunately had nothing to learn, ai the methods in vogno in this city were second to none a ! optei eUewliero and superior to molt. THE SOUTH SlOt V. W. C A. Ap- Toort ye-terJay allowed Everett Walker tu adopt Robert H, Walker a bis owu child. William Barry in "The Kiting Genera tion" will be repeated at the Academy of Music tbH evening. City Solicitor Torrey yesterday hied au appeal for the city from tue damages allowed bf thu Oxford street viewers. The Kepublican county oomniittee will meet this afternoon at U o'clock in the rooms of the central Republican club. A marriage lio-n-w was grant! yester day by Clerk of the I OOrtt Thomas t' Wuham T. Mu;d and Jennie MorrU, of Olypbant The st. John Chrytoatom iiauefr'iai so ciety of Peclcviiie applied to thu court for a charter yesterday throun Attorney M. A. McOinley. Heury Mniltb, who wis committed to the County jail last Saturday for agisting iu the assault on Joteph HeibnlH in Biuin avenue, was released on ll.oiw bail yea lardoy. ilart.o Vuyhuer become lecurit for him. Services tomorrow at the Itallroad Do pertinent Voiiuk Men C hristian associa tion will be conducted by the Rev. Heiripi I Alrich. of the Once Unformed Kpiaci -pal cborcu. Rai'road men and tbeir fami lies will be welcome John f. llahon, one of the sal' agents rhargf'd with selling liquor without li cense by the Brewers' Protective aeooelav tiou, entered ball before AMerma i Wright yesterday in the sum of 1800. Off CO i Mick became security for him At the Paople'i Union mission of Little Ragluni, S IL Foster, of Hyde Park, wnl speak at S.Su p. m ton.orrow. t M. Schenck in the eyeumg at T.80, and Mr. Powell, of Olypbant, at botn Her .ices. hnnday Hchool will oonveuo at 10.8Ua in A special meeting of tba Ladle Auxiliary to the Kaiiinah xotioi Men'e Cbfiitten AMOclatlon will be belli Holiday evening at the home of tho president, Mrs iMvid Brown, o. Sirt Mulberry street, at 8 o'clock sharp. Kvury member Is requested to be present. There haa been a package mailed from this city addressed to D, HalClo, 4S7Cbal' ford street, Philadelphia, I'a, and it Is now held at the dead letter utile 'i lm lirson that mailed the aiime iuui have It returned by calling at the poet offlee aad giving the proper duicriptlou of the pack age. E. J. CrOWOll, secretary, and other mem ber of the Pittstoii Young Men's C'nri tian association, and the iugiug club of the association, will be presoul at the Duryea Presbyterian chapel ueit Thurs day evening, Feb. 11, 1094, at 7 o'clock The service will consist of short addresses and songs by the club. Tuere is a probability that Wilkes Barro will have a ritltu league club after all. The llriving Park association ll having trouble with the baso ball director; and the latter have secured an option on eight acres of land on the Kingston Hats. The West Side Park may bo occupied by the State league team. Before Arbitrator! V, W. Dawson, I'. W. FleiU und Fred It. Stark testimony was heard yesterday In the case of Dr. Augustus Van Cleef, of Oreen Ridge, ugaiust B. F. aud li. W. Lowry. br. Van (lltef sues to recover for lumber that he alleges was taken from him by the Lowrys Attorney C If Hoper appeared for the plaintiff and Attorneys Hulslauder and Vosburg for thu defeusu. ' A Flour That I Oood Washburn Crosby fc Co.'s Uold Medal aud Superlative flour Is having au lm uiente sale iu this valley. The goods are superior to the other brand sold iu the city and people are buying the flour with great avidity. St. )nd Anniversary of th Eranch prcprlately Ctitbratsd. The Sonth Side brarjeh of the Y. W. C, A. celebrated its second anniversary vsry appropriately at the association rooms on Cedar avenue last evening. Colonel E. H. itipple and Hev. Kugers 1 spiel were to have made addresses, but were unavoidably absent Otherwise the programme, as published in yeiter day TBIBVSB, was rendered in its en tirety Mr. I. M Oatei' reminiscsnces were entertaining, Miss Dnnn, state secretary of the Young Women's Christian association, ., .Ice about her work in an interesting manner, and lie was followed by Mrs H M, Boiee, whose remarks referred to the noble work being performtd by the associa tiaas. A number of mnsical selections served to vary the programme. CRAIG iS NOW THE DEPUTY. The Formal App'lntmsnt Was Di li. dad on YtSterday. The agony with rsgard to tba np poiotmeat of a deputy district collector for this district is ovsr. Yesterday afternoon th matter was settled by th MnOOOOOtneot of one of Colleotor Herring's closost frtendf tint William Craig' will be the deputy collsclor. A report was current last evening that the actual appointment had been made, but this statement was denied lust night by a DotUOOrat won is thor oughly conversant with everything that transpire! in the party. Haas sured tiie reporter, however, that tho apt.oinun-nt nad been decido l ujuii and would be mad at onot, Oond Invitmant. The six tier cent nonds .of the Scran toil Axle Works am a very desirable, security. The works are being enlarge! and addi tional machinery put in to enable thm 10 ktep up With their order, Wbioh are now on tli books nilliclent for a great pait of the year. Applications for tin-so bond should be made ut DUOS to Hinlth B Mott, Bnnoolal agent, whose olllcj I in rooms it i aud -s, Coiiiinonwealth building Dl C C. i a. . dentist, Has and Water company building, Wyoming ave nue. Latent improvements. Eight years in Bcrautou. ' a mn Toiuorr' w'i Elmlr Ttlsgiam Will be an exceedingly lively Issue. A corker ou local events. AMUSEMENT NOTES. "The ltisiuffiOeneration," with Wlll iiim Barry In the loading role, which made such a groat aucaegs at the Acad emy lust evening, will bo repeated to night, THU ULVBR it ini l. Henry Arthur Jonea, lbs bust pro ducer of luelo drama In Kuglaud, owes much of his lUOOeee to the "Silver King, " which will bo aeon ul the Acad emy of Music on Tuesday evening. For the last leu years ll has been presented continuously all ovor the Ll nttod States and Canada until it Iiih come to be considered a standard work iu modem melu-drama, Tllo.viAt) w. KEEN Mr. Tbomaa W. Keeue, S!iaktf:ipiroan and legitimate actor, will be tho at traction at the Academy of Musio next Wrdne:. ,i'v eveuliig, presHtitlng his 1'ieatt-st chursoter creation, Ettohafd 111 a BARRY IN I HI RISING GENERATION. Th Well Known Irlab Comudlau lOONe an lautautaneout BttCOeM, Tho theater goera f Borantoo are not very familiar with the name of William Barry, who was at the Aaademy of Ifoeic laatoTentng, for the simple rea sou that be h is seldom played in one night stand oitlea in presented his new piece bv William Oill lust evening and scored an InitaUtUUOOUl and pro Uolliiced success. "The tilling Oeneration" Is far su perlor to the average Irtib ooiuedy, In- limuob as theio is a vry iutornstlng liory told dining its throe act -tho story of the rapid rlaa of a Tammany politician from obeourlty aud poverty to promtneUOa and wealth. William Barry aa Martin MoShayne win funny, naturally fuuuy, ami did not have to retort to arttuoea to pro Iduoe hearty laughter. He waaaimply I the good natured,blg hearted Irtabman, after riches came to him tiiat bit was when laboring foro much pr day. and OCOUpytng a stiantv (iii llai'lm helglils The oomptny Included over twenty Brat class perfoimera, and the scenery was all apeelal l h production as a wbole was the bct of its kind that has ever been teen in Bornnton, CLEAN MR. SCRANTON'S WALK. A Suggestion in Yesterday' KepublKsn That Is Bight to the Point. "it is a pitv that the chief of police , wouldn't enforce the law about clean lag the sidewalk'. T'hwr laona prop erty in Central City where not a j shovelful of snow has beuu removed i this winter, Now siuce the thaw it Is I even mors Objeotlonable than before, j for cue never knows where solid foot ! ing will be gained nil along the entil e i stretch , of.tpnveiiieut. The property belongs to au estate Wbooe value reaches iuto millions, isn't there an ! ordinance to the effect that such neg lect can be repaired by tho city, which may collect expanses from tho owner.-." Yesterday Republican. Certainly, Chief Simpson, enforce the ordinaucd by nil meant. And while yon are about it he sure that you have tue sidewalk! nt Vine street and Madison avenue, surrounding Editor EorautOn'l place, cleaned. The snow has not been denied from hi side walk once t bit teaaon. DICKSON CITY GIVES UP THE FIGHT. I Ex.aption to Rtport of Grand Jury i Boroush of Ttirocp Withdrawn, Attorney John It. Jones, represent -I ing Dickson City borougb yesterday I withdrew the objections filed to the re port of the grand jury, creating the bornugu ot lbroop out of a portion of DicUsou City borough. That probably means that the tight against th) new borough is to be abandoned and mat the struggle of the peoplo of Tbroop for a borough of their own is ended CITY HON MEETING The Clii'istlaa Endeavor Societies' Exercises At Flrit Presbyterian Church. REV. THOMAS M'LEOD'S ADDRESS The Christian Lndoavor Society Offers Bi-r.t Manifestations of tlie Latter Day Lite ot the Church li Is Not Organized for Fun Nor Pleasure but for Wh.ii the Word Endeavor Means. Uev. Thomas Mcl.sod, 1) I), of Brooklyn, addreaaad tba olty Cbrlttian Endeavor union lust evening at the First Pretbytorlau church, A song tarvloe oondnoted by the union's musical director, C H, Chaud If r, begun at 7.45 o'clock, t ire ceded the addretl of tin- uveniug. A paeaagefrom the Scripture was read by th pastor, Hv, .lames UoLtod. Prayer wa offered by Kv. N. R Btahl of the llroeu Ridge I'reshylvriiiii Ohttrob, after which til i speakr of the evening was introduced by President Cbarlea K. Danlala, of the city union. Dr. Mcl.sod prefaced his remarks by throwing all the responsibility of au Incomplete dlioonrtt upon his brother, Rev, .lames UcLiod, resident paator, "Jamet," he aald, "has alwyx arted. nu authority over ma and if in proinlelng you a leoture without my knowledge, 1 throw all the bhiliio oil blm if I fail to interest you by reason of being unprepared. UKQANliSED lull WORK. Numtront societies, he vouched, might bo obliterated without loss, nri many of them are organised simply for the purpose of all In.; a presi dency or Moretaryeblp to persons who want to push themselves forward He was glad to say, howevor, that the Christian Endeavor organiattlon of fered tii best manifestation of th lat ter duy Ufa of the church. The Chris tian Endeavor toolety - not urgnuiz 1 for fun nor recreation, but for what tho word "endeavor" moans. He cited the words of 1'eter to Corneliui aud family: "He went about doing good." 1'eter did not lly nbovo terra tii uia, but was going about on the level of mu aud in touch with the world's infirmities. Hefaoed battlea and duty in it simple, natural anil everyday man ner. "Be went about doing good," ami that is what the Kiideavorer are doing un l must do. ttBAD TUB B1BLI THOROUGHLY, Dr. McLeod thiiitglit that generally the reading of the New Testament was performed iu too desultory a manner and merely skimmed over, while the daily walks and life of Christ ought to be studied and st, unpad upon the mem ory of endoavorers as n beacon light, "Get down to Peter's level," exclaimed the speaker, iu his earnest way; 'May your hand ou your brother's shoulder and offer to conduct him in the right way. Peter did it." 'i'ne closing prayer was offered by li- v. Mr. Smith, of Taylor. Uev. D. W. Skelleuger pronounced thu benediction. WEST SIDE. Uev. Dr. MacArthur, of Nsw York City, delivered a 1-etur. entitled "Chips from Many Shops." last even ing iu the Jackson Street Baptist obnreb. Dr, MacArthur is an eloquent speaker, and his remarks were received with p;reat interest by those who wore preeaut a pleasant birthday party wis "held Inst evening at tin- In in of Mrs J. M. Acker, on South Halo avenue, in honor of her mother, who is BO yrt of age, Tbooe present Were; Kev. and Mra I.. C Ploy I, Mr. Vamet, Mrs Sax. Mrt. Smith, Mrs. Prank Bryant, Hlu Loulae Bohveta, of Honetdal; Mr and Mr. T B, llatg, HltaBldall or Byra cuse; All (trace Acker. Miss Stella Ureen, J. p. Acker, A. P. Acker, J. PlUmmer Acker and Harry A'iker. While nt work in the Mount PleaHiiut mines yesterday morning Edward Syl vester, of Decker' COUrt, a miner, was injured by n fall of top coal. Dr. M J Williams found that bil head was cut and be was also sulfsring from internal Injuries, Mrs. Lon Bterant, of North Bnmner areuu. is confined to her room with sickness, and her three children are down with a Itoond attack of scarlet fever. Li. P. ltobalhan, of liulfalo, it the guest of Oounollman B, P. K nhathau llughey Crawford, of New York city, is visiting hia aunt, Mrs. M Vipoud, of Jacksoii street. The funeral of the 1 -year-old child of SStbLloob, of VYaahbnru street, oc curred yeeterday afternoon, A horse attached to it light wagon belonging to J (.'. King, second hand furniture dealer on Jackson ttreot. run away ydterduy afternooa. The funeral of Mrs. Agues WiliiauiH, of Washburn street, will take place this afternoon from the family resi denoe at !i 110 o'clock Henry Junes, of Bradford, is the guest of friands on this hide. Miss Louise lli'.' j ' of Kyuou street, is ill ltoliert Williams, of Cheatuttt street, has returned from New York city. Qeorge i Winant, of North Main avenue, is iu New Hampshire ou a business trip. The sad news lias been received hire of tho death of Miss Kiy Thomas, daughter of the late 1'. H Thomas, of Denver, Col., whose death occurred j net olio month ago. Miai Tnomss was an esteemed young lady aud dearly loved by all of her acquaintance. Her health had been failing for the past two years, but the sad death of bet father waa too much for her to beur. T he family is prostrated with grief and much sympathy will be felt fir them by tbeir many friends in this city. Ask your grocer and butcher for Cart's home made mince meat. DUNMORE. SENT THE HOT TO JAIL TEA COFFEE Frank Pavolosky Behind Bars (or Obtaining Pound of Tobacco on Wrong Book! NEW POLICE REGULATIONS. To Tomorrow's Elmlra Tlegram Will contain interesting illustrations local subjects. of iiiiiiiiiiittmiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiii); I TRIBUNE BOOK COUPON, s I Oil It Of tllfRtl OI I'DNs, ,,,(- isttittMl nt 'Him I t IImmim 'Olllt', t tir lii'f 111111 fimiut lei'il aSpftK if -lit t, NlllltM tin BOldf tS all I In- rU- lll'lft H t.l In i , t i . I I I I tttTt-l 4 lui- tllitl rlli a (lit it pui'Mliir iMHiks iiui'iiig uur i fiidif it, J tut -.ll- i 4 in nil n by I In- 'I tlb u lies iiiHiiatKejiAicut urn Hit blloww I ( IMS unit VonrOOapoM for Hny Vol II IB in lh OulOUbM Md rll'H. UVIT 1(10 tllll-H tllNflt'l't Ihmii k 1 ;.. ami ffottff ('uiiihiiih (r 10 volmiiu ail uf Dlckriin i-iuu plt 01 kn 80 CIvNTh hiiiI Knur ClipOM fur Hny buuk In tli l(uy;by heiieifi. Ji5 VI- Nl H it ml I'nur rutipunii for iti.v bonk 111 iiif Oiiur.l St' 1 li s I so aa SlIlllllllllllllllllllllllOllllltllllllllllR MISS DUNN WILL SPEAK. Sh Will Conduct the Services at th Y. W. C. A. Tomorrow. The servics for women at the Young Women's Christian association rooms tomorrow will he of unusual interest. Miss May Dunn, tho new ttate sec retary, from Kstisat City will conduct the meeting. Miss Dunn will b re membered as one of the most popular and winning speakers at the Interna, tional convention held two years ago. Tne song service will comnieuui at I o'clock. SCRANTON i M&SCUE MISSICN. Second Annlvnreary Will Be Apprcpr! ato'y Celb-ald Tomorrow. T ho tecond anniversary of the mil sion Will oocnr tomorrow evening at the minion hall, Nu. II Prunkliu avenue. The programme will bo as follows i Song service, prayer, goipel talk, (leo. draff, New York city; remarks by ni"tnb"rs of th eommitte; ohorna sing ing, dnetti and teetlmonialt by the converts of tho mission. Tomorrow' Elmlra T-lirrra Will bay th names or aii Berantoalani who will bo affected by the income tax bill. Trompt Aoiion Ac'snowle lirad Mr. Ohltdt, who was a great believed In I he lieto'lltH of lite Insurance luul. among other pollrlr s, oini for rln ,U'l la t he New York Ufe luiorance company, 'I'nu hinoiint lias lieeti lereiveil I, v his i . -cutoi". who yesleiilay sent the following letter (o that c iinpany : I iiii.aiii 1 1 a, Fab. B, is' .New Yolk Life lii-iiiiiiice (ouinniiy, lllli Broadway, few York. Hi ntleinen l'i acknowleilgliig the n celiit of your deck fir IIO.10J.flO, at the luiiids of llarol I I'ieroe. iu j nynieut of your policy An. I ... I .-Mj ou the life or the late Wcoi g i vt. 1 inn - w iteein it lint jiHl to say thai yon are tbe first Ufa Insurance company to psy this claim, and you paid it Immediately on receipt of p oofs of death. Very Truly Yours (ItoHiit: V. I ULLOl Uiikikl, JoUil VV. PaI'I., .In. The Krraiiton lirauch ofllcs 1 located in the Iribuiie biiililiug, rooms 1 1 and It!, Y. 11 Iluggau. uiannger. Fcrsnton' Bulnj lntnrti. TUK TMBvMI will soon publish scare rullv compiled and classified list of th leading wholesale, banking, inanufaotur ing mid piofessloiinl Interest of Hcranton and vicinity, 'j he edition will be bound in book form, beautifully illustrated with photogravure views of our public, build ings, business bluets, treets, etc. together with portraits of hading citizens. Mo similar work lis ever given au OQMl re pretentatlon of Hcraulon1 many Indus tries. It will be an invaluable OipOtltlon of our bimines resourres. Sunt to person ontslde the city, copies of this handsome work will altnirt neWQOmera and be au uneiiiinllfil advnrtlssiniint of the ( tly. The circu lation Is on a plan that cannot fail of good result to those concerned as well as the city stlanre. llepreeeuwitlyes of Thk TnniUNS will call upou ruoiiK whokh nsmics are iikhirko hi thi edition and expleln Its nature mors fully. Those detlrlhR view of their residences' In this edition will please leave notice at the office. o MrHiiuiii'a new Turkish bath. Kvery thing new. fiOU Hpruce street, opposite Court House. Vary Stylish ( The BOW process photo st Cirovei. Sayonede an O'linaica la Forts Since ISCd. Tba ordinance eetabliablng a police in the city of Soranton, ireeuted by W. J. Tboiuis at tiie last meeting of tho Common council, is intended totake tho place of the ordinance that has been in force siocj October 20, 180J. The new one is lu conformity with the act of ISS'J, and is all embracing. It contain provisions for establish ing the system providing the appoint, ment and defining the duties of the various officers of tbe department, It also compels the keeping of a book of records and making ot reports daily, monthly and annually. lhe force, uuder the new ordinaooe, will have a chief, captain and lietiteu -ants, deik sergeant and patrolmen. The duties of nil are clearly set forth, aud the new regulation will effect much good. MARV JENNINGS SICK IN NEW YORK. Says 8hs' from Scranton Daotor Pus sttd About Her Cass. An article in yesterday's New York Herald stated that one Mary Jennings, who gave her address as Njrauton, Pa.. lias Demi a patient in lour ot ttio JNew York City hospitals within a fortnignt. During that time aha baa h?en treated for hysteria, 'catalepsy, byatero opilopay and Khninming. Tho doctors seem tinablo to agree upon her strange oust. At lillovu hospital she told the registrar that she lives at li'.'.i Sixth avenue, New Y'ork, butcamefrom Sotentou a tow work ago. Her first visit to a hospital waa after being picked upon lower Broad Way, Where she wa run down by a cable car. Shu was discharged from St Vincent' Thursday morulug. She is iiIhiiiI, JO years old and looks like a working girl 4 ! morris Oilman's death. Coroner's Jury Raturus n Virile', of fliili id by Knvolvar Shot All intiueel wn held yesterday upon the death of Mm l it Dolman, the I . linnet street machinist, by Cjroner Klly. The jury returned a verdict of sui cide, earned by a revolver shot lulO the eye and brain The jury was ItaptU nwled as follows P. 0 Knighl, M, J. O'Toole, J. V Clark, Patrick Reap, Thomas Etoottoy mil Martin M lisle MISS BLANCHE B. COX'S WORK DsllVirt an Ad IrSSS and Boldt a I'm onatration Maellnir. stall Captain Blanche B. Ouie, of the Salvation Army, delivered another of her interesting address horor a largo audience in the Second Prosby torieu obnroh last night In the nfteriuntu b hel I a deuiuti illation meeting at the hmim ot Pity Treaaoror Reeaa Brookt, winch was ex tram tly Interettlng. readleaton ft Woei' unit Kalliittn, Ale are th beat. K.J. U ai.mii, agent, at Lackawanua avenue Souietlilnv New in photoaat Urovat', U8 Bprnoettretl, READ The gentlemen of the Preebyterian church have arranged to hold their social on the the evening of March 13. The affair promises to be cue of ti e moat elaborate and enjoyable ever held In this place. Numerous cotnmittte ba.'o been appointed to work systema tically and will combine on that even iug iu one grand round of entertain ment. It will partake of both tiie na ture of reception and concert, ending in tho serving of an elegant suppsr. Mr. Philip Davis visited friends at llnwley yesternay afternoon. The caref ul manner in which the Traction company have their d inger utl curves cotutructod was illustrate 1 the other eveniug when several cars run away on the bill near Brady' store and yet were carried aroun 1 the curve iu safety. Complications have arisen over the frontage of Mrs. Payne's property ou Puller street. In lining up the lots on that street it was found that Mrs Payne's lot extends ou ths street four feet farther than her neighbors'. Mrs Payne maintains that sho is not en crouching ou the street and that the laud belongs to her. she having deedl to show for it. A committee of the council has been appointed to confer with the borongh engineer and ntctr tiin whether Sir. Payne' fence ie built ou the line of the original survey, and it so to bring insttsrs to a satiafac tory agreement, for to let the extension remain on the present lines deterior ates th vain of property and gives to the street an unsightly aspect. Mrs. (leorce Duu. inmmick in been engaged as a tolo singer in tie Presbyterian church for the ensnitg year and will assume her duties on to morrow morning, Thomas Palmer is contiaeJ to the house with rheumatism Mr. liclbert, of Drinker ttreet, ii on the sick list. IViiu-st Tribe, No. U8?, 1. O. of I!. Men It arranging for its anulvtrsary on March IS, M. T. Uennlgan, of Sport Hill, hat removed to his new home at No. 0 1 red Kuisell it ml Arthur Johnson spent Thursday afternoon taking pic ture! of winter fceni s around Nay Aug tnile, The Young I. a lies' Missions ry circle held aaUOOeeeful cake and apron social at the "limine" yesterday afternoon. DtlpltO the inclement WOath r there wa n good attendance, and the cakes, apront, towel, etc, wers readily dit noted of. The sum cleared amouuted to 1H 50. " i 01NN0N KICKEO HIS WIFE. sh Frepeaee tu Pros touts nu.i ii iii Oonauot, AhUriuau Post issued a wartant yes terday for tho arrett of Patrick Uati- non, of Olypbant, on Information tworn to by hia wife, Kti Grannon, Mrs ttauuoii lays that her liuibaiid deserted her some time ago without cauls. Thurs lay night he met heron the Itrett and knocked her down and kick d her, Sho wauti redrei. . A Ureal Beont. underlies the principle that lias brought success hi the production and sni of the Wail II irdeu Kagle Uraud t'oudeused Milk, ami this partly accounts tor the fact that competitor do not successfully imitate it 1 hlrty year in the lean mm Al l n laORI who hold unpaid bills cou- 1 1 mied fur th entertainment tor the benefit of Associated Chartie alumld pre vent them at ouch to lift. 1. P. klvuihart, trteeuror, IM Pranklln avenue, Lly order of the committee. Mm. 1'ium i s it hwaKi Chairman, Mas. (J, L. fnCV, Sec'y. IS BUT THIRTEEN YEARS OLD. Inlormation on Which He Was Com iniltad Was Sworn to by Merchant B. Rosonfcldt, of Priceburg--Jus-tice of tho Peace Lloyd of Priceburg Commuted Bov Case Will Be Brought to Attention of Court. Prank Pavolosky, u lll-yenr old boy. who baa been incarcerated iu the county jail since Monday, ha awak ened thu profound sympathy of War den Michael Grimes and the keepers at thu jail an well at evwry one who has been made acquainted with his case. 'l he boy has a married sitter named Mrs. Josephine BurilKKn, whose hits baud left her tome time ago. When he went away he was indebted to H sum of ijitl for groceries. Mrt. Bur lltkn then took up her mldeuco with Reeonfoldt, a Priceburg grocsr. In the her mother at Priceburg. Mrs. Pavo leak was also a cutomer of Mr Hosetifeldt Her husband is in Chicago, and about a week ago he sent tickets for his wife, I0n and d (tighter to go to Chicago and ink up their residence with him Tbe party nada arrangement! to go on Wedneaday. THI BOH ABBUTID. Lust Monday the boy wanted money from hi mother to gel tobacco, but in stead of giving it to him, she told him to take her pats book and go to thu store and get the tobacco. He lay that he cannot read, aud instead of tsking hi mother' book, took that of his sister by mistake. He secured the tobacco, but some time later in tho day, wa arrested or, a warrant sworn out before Justice of the Peace William B, Ldoyd.or Blakely, charging him with obtaining goods under fals" pretenses. At th hearing he alleges that hi mother offered to pay for the tobacco, but thut Koenfeldt positively refused to accept tbe money. In default uf bail the justico com mitted the boy to jail, where he hut been ever nince. He is inconsolable, and spends the greater part of his time weeping. COUBT WILL, lit PIT1TIOMO Tbil morning Ex-Judge W. H Stan ton, who ba ben interested in the boy case, will bring tb matter to the attention of the court and endeavor to have bim released. it i claimed that the proiecutiou ii the outgrowth of a deiire ontbepsrt of kosenfield to collect the bill owed by Mr. Buritzku's basbaud. Mrs. Pavolosxy and Mrs. Buritzku became so frightened whn the boy wa arreted that they left the next day for Chicago, which makes the boy s plight all the more lamentable. Adam Bttrkman, the interpreter, who bos taken a lively interact in tut boy's case, informed a TBIBCHI re porter yesterday that Kjtenfeldt wis willing to withdraw ti.e prostcution for 138, Thit appears tba mo3t U igrant care of perieculion for which the charge of false pretense bai yet been used in this county. Rosmfeldt's conduct ehould be Ittmly rebuked. 7.,e ,3c 803 :i6; Stc Its tOc Mi: .'He Me ate ir,K tie ISc Second Sittrict Kepublxani lu pursuance ot a resolution of tbe standing committee of the Republicans of the Second Legislative dittnet, a conven tion will be held in the arbitration room st tbe court house, city of Scranton, on Tuesday, Feb. Ii. liHl. at 2 o'clock p. in., for tbe purpose of electing one delegate to represent said district ai the (tate conven tion to be held at Harrnburg, Pa., on Wednesday. May 23, 1804. V.gilance com mittees will hold primaries on Saturday, Feb, 10, between the hours ot 4 and 7 p. m. W. S. Miu.au, Chairman. A. J. KOLB, Secretary. Scranton, Pa., Jan. S- MM, Qo!d Medal and Superlative Megargtl Jt Oonnell, wholesale agents of the Uold Medal and Superlative flour, manufactured by Washburii. Croiby & Co , are placing tbe goods among the best merchant iu this country, and both brands lead evi-rythiug in the flour hue In tbe city. Plumbing T Wt would likt to call you attonlion to our Tea and Coffee Department. You may not know it, but it it nor.a the less a fact, that we handle und al ways have In stock tbe finest grades of both Tea aul Coffeu that can be had In this or any other city. We have bean doing nusiness direct with one lea importer und one coffee importer for the past twelve years, and our dif ferent grade do not vary a particle year in and yenr out. We now have such a trade ou Coffee that enables us to hsve fresh roaits as often as twice asch week, which iu itself Is quite au advantage, a coffee, is never so good as when fresh roasted. Here is a list of our Roasted Coffees and the present price. When tbo nnrket drops we go down with it every time. - lb. 1 uia Java und Moebs.. '.'lb. Tint Knickerbocker. Arabian Hoeht Muiidbulhir .luya. ,,,, old Government .lav .;'.'. 8. Blend fancy tfarscstbo huato Peberry M, Uolileu Hlu ,...,,!! i boles Miom.-4ibu 1 lb Package Atlai U Klo (iround Klo ,, Uround Klo ,,,, And in Teas we have five gradet of the following varietioi: Formosa Oolong, Amoy Oolong, Boaehong, Bie- kot Fued Japan, Cree.-i Japau. Moyune Gunpowder and Young Hyson. Bicb variety is giadd as folio Wt: Extra Fancy use Fancy 45,: 'holes 33,. Pnwj Sc btanCard ;jjt nut lee Lack and uil of the above are pure sound Teus, th different! being, of coure, in strength an! flavor, princi pally tbe ltier. We have maintained and will maintain each grade fully up to the standard and you can alwivs get exactly the bam tea if you will karri what luiu you best und theu stick to it. We take more pride in tbe quality of our tea aud coffee than iu any otutr department aud it it gratify ing to hear a we do almott dsily the comment of customers. "The Tea and Coffet we get here lUltl us better than any we get anywhere we go." You need never be afraid to aeud to u lor either tea or coffee You will AL WAYS get a better article of either for the amonnt we cba.-e you than you can get elsewhere. If yon bsve 'ai.v donbt regarding the corrtctnest of tneit statements yin drop us a postal card etating tee kind of tea or cofffe aud the price you have been paying and wt wall be leased to etcd you a sample and see if we cannot give you sometbmg considerably better for the stiine or less money. We would likt to try it. THE Scranton Cash Store, F. P. PRICE, Agt. Dr.HiTl&Son Albany DENTISTS Fe! teeth. KJfh. t-st net, IS: f ir fold earn arid ti-ctb w.tbout plate, callel crown and bridge work, call fs.r prioea and refere:,e TONALGLA. for extnetinj ttetn without bin. M u ether. No gas. OUR 11KT A1IOXAL HANK Huntington s HOME BAKERY. We have ment of assort- MATERIAL AND LABOR AT PRICES TO SUIT THE HARD TIMES I N N I N NO BOYS ' PLAIN AND FANCY CAKES, ICE CREAM and WATER ICES 1 Leave your order at 227 WASHINGTON AVE., or 413 LACKA. AVE. 126 PEHN Make a note of it HENRY lira & CO. 126 Penn Ave. Our Lackawanna avenue restaurant open until midnight. Eureka Laundry Co. Cor. Linden St. and Adams Ave. coi iu Uoi-sr Syji Am:. All kind Of Laundry work guaranteed the best. 1 The new offer made to Tribune readers on page 7. It is the best one yet made public. I iii Krullab, You Know. iner.zotyi atHrova'. (IB Nprul,e. Best Set3of Teeth, $3.00 Including Hie palnle extracting ef teeth by an entirely new pr MOB, S. C. Snyder, D.D.S. lac WYOMING AVfcl o 3 This Is Inventory Week. Small lots, in all departments, to close outcheap. Dr. Jaeger's Underwear (slightly imperfect) at 15 PER CENT REDUCTION. M. BROWN'S BEE HIVE 224 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.