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THE M WANTON TKirsiJNK 'll'KSDA V MOKN'lN(J. AFRTL 17. 1894.
'jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilililiiiHi!: I Pipe I I Valves I I Fittingsf I THE SCRANTON SUPPLY ANO MACHINERY CO, nHuiiiiiiiiauHiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiit: LACE CURTAINS The tntwt delicate fibril prop trly cleaned at THE Lackawanna Laundry 308 Fonn Avr A B. WARMAN. Norrman& Moore FIRE INSURANCE 120 Wyoming Avenue HASKELL'S BLACK MOIRE SILKS Novelties in Dress M GERMAN BLACK GOODS MEARS Mi 415 Lacka. Avenua. CARPETS BARGAIN NO I. For week. one Monday, beginning- April loth, i will sell Ail-wooi izxtra Super Ingrains tor 60C. Regular 75c goods. tarns 37 Wysm,. ,g Ave TtLE?rtO NS. sac. The TJ-wn SsssBjegse Comsn7. Limit."!. Bus 11m. 2aflja?e and BjasWM called for ad '!;7ered promptly. 107 Franklin aeaUe. CITY .SOUS. Tha .U-" a'l r.barities ha 7 em ployment to thirty man since Saturday. Thr cases af measles and on o car!'"; hfWri : tepefied la tin fcoarl cf nea.:a lejtaada?. Th erasloyM af tha e.-.IieTies of tha Wflllsni O.na.'. Coal company will ba psd Friday afternoon at 2 a cloea. The F'."-.7.i!rtice Woman' Christ .an 9 II m 1 . . Uel QL ItllftllUlil Tetiperaoce anion will ma: t.,dav at toe t reialia.' to r.an -ni oa .arnaw j lagisia bouas eft. i. Moore, 1 Fsrker street tton. reported that it ie opooael to the !tT Ragiaeer PhUlipa Vfll this morn.no peeeail of toe Bailey BaokmpUy bill beam Ike work at looatir. ra- liaa and i.ow bf i i; i congreas. a it is not men a V.. ere fr.r the nw pra'e street bridge Shoetaso i.'hsrs Snhaalt has epokad a t-mfn-rary tf c In isavaa s store, edrje Ir.g tftaai' ti ibt arcade, where he can fyi f .".ad da.ly. The employ of fee N'orth wors of the I.actaweani iron aoft v 'otnpsny wnl b pail on Pndar, and those of the rionstn Works on 3etarday. 1 kali tM K.a KanaSll mj Umm lmmmmm Keegan, wioae husbisnd wss killed a" too '.raefi kuifi eoliiary on fMrjmhr ' laar, will be held in Mjaie Hall r.ext Monday n.ght Palnvtr'4 stocg '.orapany w. lha at tho Frotblnahaia theatre on Apr.! :T and & fit tbe'M h a matinee will be ivm. ft Is i.ne of the strongest corapaa;aa on tba r 10, Hnperlatendent H. W. Loftas. of the crematory, baa Msned a notiie iire.tiflg pxrsool to abetam from eeo'ling garhatre to tba crematory until Ttnrtday as it .a now closed for repairs. 'J'boroas K. Hbea, tba graat nhtmlOl ar tor, will present bis sucReaafnl oniarly drama, "The Hnares of New V'ork,' at the Academy of Music this evening, and "Musd Up Strategists" tomorrow even ing. The effects of Docksteder's Minstrels were levied on ,ast nii(bt by fjepnty Hbarlff Oriswold to seenre a debt of t-'-i , which Lew !,!; Harry T. Clap man, the manairers of the company, arn alleged to owe Frank Onmont, the ,nter locator. The West Hide Women s Christian Tom -perance union will meet this afternoon nt .S0 at their rooms on North Main avenue. Hnbject, "The late action of the munici pal authorities ot Cleveland, Ohio, m re gard to the social evil." Rev. Peter A Bcott, a mnsloriary from IbeCongo, will preach in the Or'-n I'.hIku Fvaugelleal church, t'apouse avenue, on Wednesday evening of this week. Her Vices every nlghtduring the week by Kev. A. H. Irvine, P. &, of Milton, I'a , aud the pastor, Kev. 0. J,. Make. Anheuaer Busah Bear. Louis LobBian'a, 8116 Bnruce tk THE EXHIBITION STILL CONTINUES. Nice Bread and Cake the Order of the Cay at the Ccranton Caali Store. Anyone can make poor bread, but there is no excuse for making or eating Jt. Go aud eee how easy It is to have that which delighti tbo eye and pleaaes the taste every day at the Scranton Cab Store. Harrih pays cash for old furniture and Carpets. 804 Penu avenue. The Everett Leads. Walt for Ouerstey Bros.' new goods. WANT BRIDGE CHAN Members oi Bwiil uf Trade Tttllk Uuibury Stioet Boit Loctiita. STREET CLEANING PRGBLEffl It Is Thought That Some better Mi-tlioil Than Flushing Should Bo Adopted Opposed to the Bailey Bankruptcy Bill--Woolon Company t'rorn Cumberland Would Like, to Locate Here Tho Communication'.. Read. It asm out at litat night'l BMltlOg of the bond Of lra.lt that at tenet some of the men who compose that I'l'n.i-.ii: i tints ato oppooid to the proponed loca :uii ol the l.linlau straat brtd0 ThlJ want it changed to Mulberry itreel The t'card is also disalUttd with the present method of cleaning the eav- mauts, as appeared from (he remarks i of tiie in run 1 01 thai itthjeol when ! ir was under vMtisidetanon Mr Kent merer luirodnceil the bridge uxlttei lu tO the lueetin,; "I twd thought." he saul. as bent) rolled a earafullr prepared iui ihoil UH the dieadvantat;ea of looitini the trldtie at l.uideu atieet. "diet 1 WOOld I say no more about thll inbjMt, bnt I am (till of the opinion that we aie olu wrotn in MUdtnf the bttdfl at Linden atreat. " i He then irent ou to atate that if the Ige i loonttdon Linden atreat that there would be an s .. ide of teortj i'J tier aent. If. tioweTer. tlie 1 1 ie bus it front llnlbtrri attaet there WOfln be only a ? pel eent trade and the ivt would be Use and the ad vantage t'auch greater There was kittle OmttMalon of the eubjeot, but Die opiuiou of the members wji made ap parent when thev voted u:iattiutu.v for Mr. Keutmerer resolution m ! rtraottafl the committee on streets and I tthway to dieeriaiu whsttier or not it is sti'.l . 'e to tti'iot a legal tami of loonttM of the bridge trom Ltudau to Mulbe.ry C&aUXIM CUK STREETS The disvusaioa of the street cleauing i problem was MOetpttotes by the sub- sius:oa of toe following tr hm the cam taittee ou streets aud hubways. read ty Mr Pond V.'beiea.s, The street of our city. se .'iallv taoea in the business section, ar mntie Hj Uttered with paper, straw au.l Mhel retuae. caused to a large extent ray tae crelesaueaa of our tnsiaeee mea a:: 1 I merchants iu allowing store and oftlce swsepiuga to r thrown into the Itfte -. I to be aea np by the tlrs: gust of srtad and to be blown into the facoot the ya-rr by. frurhteuiug horses, and saaiy marring Ike beauty of our aveuaee. Therefore, be i: EesoltM Ihntweoan body wil'. es tar as possible, support his uonor, the mayor, ia enforcing all city wdfenUMM regarding these mitters, OI ay additional laws he may annul that wui teed to me bet:erment of tL coudi Uea cf our public highways. Be i: further HteolTed, That the secretary ou ins'.ruct-,-d to fara;s'a th'i mayor a copy tt this rej c.uti'jn. The discussion that easujd vrhea this u;at"ar ar being eonsid-ired proved higfclf iateraetiag. Mr. Pond gave is imorasaion of the streets of -reran -b a when, bi first visited the city .atu'rer Oi years ao. Of coarse, it was rot ftitreriag to the natives. .Still ae geatlemiu had ootml the reat .mnge fflt the utter. but ha still con leaaJ tna oeijiigeaea jlnplnyed in :nng for the pavement and thought that '.a time it woul 1 prove very costly C'.o3l Hitchcock declared that ;:;re :s no: another city ia tha I'aited 9lMn whera the paved streets are to ii '.. y neglected a in Scraaton lbs oareleaaae., he aaterted, is almost . erdMteat, I Lather Kalkyr stated els Lel.ef that thsj eciploymer.t of or.e or two ran to .ich blo:k to clean strestl woul 1 cost I Iten, prove more etfectaal, aa I o bet ter M the pavement laan the prilint '. s-s'ia of '. .J nag. I m mm i Mi t a. rrrfiTn; any, r.owevr. ail not agr wi'h the etatemnt that it would tv chfiiser to iwenp Ihe strett.i than to clean tnena by waahlng. The qoealio I was disposed of fjr tr.e time by i-..x re'arrerl biclc to tb committee to re port at HOSl meetiag UllbWI THE 3AILEV UIU. The committer oa legislation and tAxes. 10 woom waa referred tha c.m mnnication from Hamilton A Hill. secretary of the national bosrd of trd ; measure as world prove b-neticlal to ttM bmtBW i.itereate of the coar.try. In wsa recorumnded that a :'1 Of the I repx,rt be forwirdod to t'uuvix'itimw senstoa and r,-"ntora 'lameron an I l lay 'ihe report of the coin in it tr ' vaa rceivrl and adopted I The riomrnittee on transport n'io'i M proved 'if the rcornuienilsli iri of fri Mavelar.d eharntssr of MMUMrtM rela :,ve to propoaed amandmeiit to th Inter state coinrneraei law, and ad7ls l Miat the socretary La tMffMtOll to er: 'laaint (ngreaeman Srtranton and the two (Totted MeTfcM aenatore of tlie bsMtfl a';liftti, The committee also enggested that it would he tics', tor the Duoworiy Lack awanna arid Wee tern company as well aa tha husineae men of HfMtM If u sleeping Ml wore to tie placed in a non venlent atviteb nt the IMaisM no late I than 'i ,".0 o'clock each evening, the anna to M attnnhed to Ihe triln Wnlrli piaaea thrr,ugh here at IV) h, i. for New Vork 'The OONnoitllM nvss ia s'.rnrted to r oofer With (Isiieral Man i gsr ilaliatead. The i r.moilttee stated that It la In Muntiilos) I ion with Division Bnptrlo' todetit Williams, of thn Oktlflo, Western and New Vork rmlrrmd ooffl pany, relative toeaanglug ih running of then trains, both ptWOnger mi I freight, in 1Mb a way that MfentOU would become the tnaraet for people living along the line of thl rood, in stead of I't r i and other New Vork state towns. Liter n letter from tbl oompanr waiead. Ititotedthal dur ing the month a time card NMOtloi would l" li'dd and the hoar I'a auygin lion complied with if possible. WAMT TIIKIK OWS kDlUM Rli t'liairman Kenintifar, of ibi room coinulttea, reiorlel in favor of All charging thn committee and referring the iueelion of iiiiarters to tlie bounl of trade building committee. He was in favor of the ereotiou of a building ol their own. A letter from the Kojqtttbtnna Woolen company of (lumbal land, I'a , was read, calling alt in', urn to the tact that there le u paucity lrt tha llnu of such induatriea in this city and ing gsetlng the company's williugnees to onen coimnunicatlon with a view to establishing nucb Ml industry here. Its ferred to the committee on matiufaL' turies. A letter from Colonel Pope named Isaao B. Potter, of New York(ae aoom petent person to deliver an address o i the subj ct of good roods, aud a brlof communication from the mayor of the city conveyed the information that it is Inipoieitdi to enforce tii iw p inn I Ordinance fertile reamn that Uiu or.ll ua!lCl, dura not provide fur th" in a sary Kpettfl to cart v out iis provisions. Tho loiter stated that the mayor hoped to dviin Mint plan in lUo rutnre bf means of whioh the eowi coold be kepi within proper limits. A eon nntiioatlou t r n'.i General M m got Arin.T, of t. Tl M in i c piii ut , w.iH rOt) l ytlie i"r. lu ii'i' r i.e.' to f"iiders fur III " Wat earn, l w is Mattd tiini ill" souipany hid the uutt r tinier consideration ami that tinderi wonld be n touted hi toon as i is decided whioh kind i preferable, Tbl ii ii in .1 of Arthur L. OoUlDI an I Frank Christian were prop Had fol DttBOtftbtp, OUI R CIS! 6 cant o m aa in ; . saint u i .shed Where lu v Was Chs g d JMBM W illh and Micha-I NeeJon weiu arnlgntd 1 1 aoiwer n ohwrgi of havmg borglarli'd the i tore of Mr. Rom on Pine itrooi Through a mis take of tha alderman who lent in the Irnowrlpl thev were lodlotod foi burg larlilng thi ham ol it njantln I. ivy. On notion of Colonel P J, Pllisliu mom, ivuitisrl for Ihe defense, the in dictment was lju Kill'!. l ii ' dnl mi I ante WIN klld to ball and will tie in- llotod on tin propot charge al tbi nxi meeting of the grand Jury. A nolle proieijnl wua eutered in eavb of the following oalM William liaker, isssuit ant battery i (Catli Walih, prosecutrix lletmai' lliusil, beaaUll ind battery; Petit Siyder, proieoos tor. Uafore .Imlga Siitser. I'll, ibeth V'augban was charged with aaiaoltlug hoi titter, Sarah Vaoghan a verdict of not guilty was taken and the count v dinited to pay eoaia COMING ATTRACTIONS, At the Protbiouhaai innjorrow nud rhundny evening rtiuy l-. Dixey and Rice's big bnrleiune oompauy wllPpn Sent "Adonis " It aan bOM four yeais linos Mr, Dixit last viilted Seranlon, l'tie "Adoais' in which .Mi DUll will te sei'ii bin is thl same old "Adonis'' i.i which hu has made his WOrld'Wldl reputation. As it will be presented at the Prothinhain it will be inbitantlally the saiua prcdnotion Hist will mi May 1 ga to Fanner's theater, New York, fr a run through the lUDUier, ALABAMA, The simple aniu ii icemeut that Au gustus Thorn is' great southern play, "Alabama," IS to be produced at the Prolhlnghani next Friday evening should besufficient to ailttN n erowdld house. Tne tame of the play lias pre cede.l it. an I elery theater-goar has ueard ol' "Alabama. '' It is n southern play, with i's scenes aaJ plot laid In the picttiresua town o? Talladega. Ala. So Hue to life and nature is "Alabama" that a celebrated critio wrote; It SOetnod as though .Mr. Thomas had cut aSlice out of tha state of Alabama ami placed It upon the atage. PAS50 A CON F - JtRaTc BILL. OjiJ). Says It's a Privilege lu a Fres Ccuntry Andrew Qoodon, a Polaador, resiJ ir.g od Lloyd It reef, was arrested last evening for tendering a $10 Confeder ate bill in parmut for meal at the market of H, J. Cohen at 49S Penn avenue and getting aWay with f8.?0 in oh rige. The fraud was discovered soon after Gordon departed and he was overtaken try Jacab Brandy wins, u el-ik, who banded Qordoo ov r to Policeman Sart.r BrudywiM said that hr ban led the change 10 CJjrdou before bo had receive! tho Lill in payment. i.i r ton'eexcnae at the police itatloa w.i.. thut this is a free country and if ho can boy CottfoJirate 10 bills fui 10 cents each, h has the privilege of doing us he chooses with the war money. The police say that (iorlon has vie limit d many of his countrymen with Ihe aut lated pcl CSCAPta PROM atlNJS 5INC. 'Actur Thrmaa E Ph'.a la Warinlr WeN cooed by 3: antonlaoe. T.-.e exci-li-nt rep'it.itlon won one year ago by Thomas V. Sboa for ver sstiliiy. ambition and the Mberniity which Insists upon atirrnu iding him self with an rfielent an I w-ll lialuncol lopporl snfii: i l st evening to sttraol to the Academy Of Music an an iisnce that Bile I every nvailabl liat and compelled leieral p'raooi to aland, Mi a wsi m hi c-.-t liaiiy welcomed an I n the eenielioa l ;diy of "Kioapod rom Sing Hing" din nistratol anew his lower io play at wid with the sym pathies of his hearers. i n company with wuion ha has i,a- sofi .tui nims'ir etiir- r but alightlv from tn.it sei-n last rear A aloan, niootli and liii'siiil efT-rtivc perf'-rn:- SOU Wai the rrUlt Tonight Mr Sn i will present 'The Hnirot id New Vork " t vlseWfOth'a fifrbodi W pfleea I Wyotnlofl hvc V. ill una. 'jOCKSTArnR Af rHi M01HINOHBM. lis V.'ss Orae'.nl h n Lug, Auillsnce There Lut tfighl Always popaler Lew i ekitadir an i hti 'ompiny of uiinitrels waregniiad by a large endie Mt at Ihg rfsllllog' ham laal night Tba niolng'l Intef1 sintnent opeiod With a snaai m of the 'K tilekerlx oker olnb, ' the meinbers ol ibe com pa v 'o.'i in ii blank latin knickerbockers Mi Duikitad"', aai ind by (Jarirge '..Were, llavn 6f ail I .). (J fluili'V- Ion kept iini"s m isiainiv obailn through the efl llenvav and Jtl-s.r-Leitfhlon, Vvnodii Cfalpeti, Mode and ih Colllni broil., is tendered Wilt) beNMllfHl ihe I Dombrii Mrntphll K mini) ill 1 mi illllLUltlg mil.: ...I act hi! the trap i w tx ol I; . w uml brannau wai irreilitably gu ny , ii. mi ii ROQAM in nVranion, on Antll Id Bar nani. -on uf t'airlek nqd Mary ltnatl, aged I'J years, Rt t 1 hotneoi hlanaretit! uu derldlaa etystati raniral Wedaeaday aftarnaoa ut 1 o'oioili Tun Tmivhi will aocn poblUh a cars fniiy roiiitii"i and vlaMiUvd IM of 1 be li-aiilng wholesale, banking, 111 iniifantaf- mg and iriifeai'o,ai loterisli of liarauioa mid vicinity. 'Mm edition will b bonnd 111 book fm rn, beautifully llliiti aloil with Ijliotburavnre VilWI of our public hulhl Inge, htiatues4 blocks, atresia, etc., together wiui porlrallK of lemllng ultliens. nn aitnilai work hat ever (teen n ., ,1 rep resantatloii of Kci'auton's many Indus. Criae. it will be an invaluable espocttton of our luialtieas resources. Sent to persons outside the city, copies of tbls hanrlsnnin work will attract nniv comers and be nu uniaiualleil ailvertlsement of tbe city. The circu lation Is on a plan that cannot fail of good results to thoe concerned as well as the city at. large. Repreieutatlvesof Tna Thihi'nk will call upon those wnoac naIks are okbirkd In this edition and explain Ha nature more fully. Those desiring views of their residences In tele edition will please I ave notlSn at the office. Villi Dm inlitaiei of uis Wifo Ho Pirpeln atrs a Host Pleuilfli Crlmi HE ENTERED A PL6A (IF GUILTY Mrs. Fox Rlfuild to Emulato Mia I Umpll iri That Raipoet uml Will Let n Jury DlCldl Her Fato-Thcir Victim la a Delicate Looking, Little Oh i oi Fourtnn - Oihor Oaiai I lr.,i d Oelurv Judj;c. Tim opening dav f tha tifatent trrtil ol criminal court wai in Ida mimorabli by the Ml ilnt a csae of almost no- paralleled flendlshnm It was antlid up btfOfl ItJI Aiehbild iu the in iln uonrt room yoiterday aftornnoni ha Pox, with ihaiiMlitanoj of TIUu Foil, Ins wife, will charged with hav ing ravished Clara Blxuy, aH y-at old girl, oil Ihe lllgbt l Fell 91 Mi'. Poi nlirad k pliaol guiiti, but Mm, Pox decided to inbmli bw oaae to a jnr;, Mie in defended by Alton. ay John M. ) i ui lie and Dlitrlil Attormy Kelly appiara tor tbl coinuioiiweaUli, Clara Etlxby was the tint witnaii called fur ihu proiioutloki Though spproaohlng lur iltteeuth birthday, tho la small and delloiti, md her up- M ii ii i o WOUld in lie lie thai she is not uver II sue said that in acoordanoi with an arranitoineut madi ty Mia 9wn with tier notbir, uli" Wi m io tho huuie of Mr and Mra Pox at Cbeatnni mil Wltland streets, OU the West Bldl, 10 n-sist Mrs Pox with tti - home work. ITORK Of THI I'RIMI Oa Feb. i the began lo work for them and one WI k later. F'ub. "1. ahu Went tit tied aa Usual in hi r room, which adjolnod tho ileeplng apartment! of Mr. and Mis j?0X. After elm had le tiied, tiowever, liiev dlfiotad her to leave her cat and share their hsd ami eh" complied. Thereupon Mr Fox hi- laulted ber ami whan sue attonpie I to maku uu outcry Mrs Fux held In lown.pnt her hand ovsr liur month and threatened to ship ber if slm m i lu any dlatnrbanci. Early tba next morning Olara sail she retiii uel to li -r houi and reported tile occui reuuu to her parents, Hr PolICO testitied to the condition of tlie girl tWO days after tha a'saillt. when ha waa trailed to examine her. Polloe i Ifflder .Stcpiieii Hyer, who arrested Mrs. FoX.IWOre that shendmitlel hav nig held the girl, but claimed the latter itlomitted voluntarily In tonsi deration of receiving a silver rinj.;. The admualon Of the husbaud that he was guilty was oil, red in evidence and and at that point oonrt adjinrned for the day. NORTH END. Tne funeral of Hoy Williams took place from the home of his uucte, Rob ert Woatlkko. of Went Market street, yesterdny. The body waa taken to Mauch Cuuuk for iuterment. Toe fol lowing were pall hearers. LJatuel Emery. Charles Cool tan tine, Charln Connolly, Ceorge Mulley, John Katir. Flower bearers : Charlai Hopewell, H. Smith, John Olll, John Payne. The hv. M. D. Puller performed the buriul snrvice. There were many beautiful tloral tributes. j The Fathsr Wliittov society are go ing to organizi a buglo corps. Ctinrl-'s Berry will be the leader. Mrs Jainea Quoutoa Alod Sunday. ;ge 27, nt her house, lull I West Market street. Tho funeral will take place this morning at 9 o'clock. A high mass will be celebrated at St. Mary's ohnrch aud intormgn. will be in Duuwore cituetery. MITCHELL ELECTSO CHAIRMAN. rliah School Cotmniitte Agriad on H,ui on Third Ballot. The high school committer) of board of control hald a matting the last light and succeeded in electing a chair man on the third ballot Haorge Mitch ell, who was added to thl commit tee at the lest meeting cf the board, wai eelootid. W. J. Walsh and T, J Jenningl were alio voted for. Baginur Eimnnd Birtl made a ro port showing that the total coat of the work dono thut far in making solid the worked out veins tin deriving the she of tho building has Ion irjl'i B0, It will taken month longer to lompliti the woik TMHOOP IS N O tl A OORJUGH. Court Has Card in 1 'In Jalifaiont of 111. O sad Jarv The court yaiterday wnflriutil tho Judgment of ih.. grand Jury creating ib 1 borough of Tbruop our. of a portion of Dlokeoo ( '. iy boron ih Tneadnyi May ,(i Qted for boMtng thi Ami election and William Sinn It Mr Qted to give Doilci of tha avant, Patrick Oarr wai lunointid judge and John ii McDonald mid Henry Ann-i-t: ring Inipeotori The people nf Tliroop miiII cflabrnl -th-Ir vlnim v ibis aftarnoM, 0 1 their lira! all, nipt to secure a borOOgh their plan wai defeated through a tiohuio ..lit v. mm mmf ' C0UHT H0UII NtWl NDIIS Peter flpklir, one uf the oldest rcil deutsol raewlotl lownihlp, Ii n juror thll vek. In tbe mallei ol tin hi hsIItj :: of 1 lilan art street 1 be report uf ilm Viewers Wai ym terd 11 nnflrnted Dill, Register of Willi II shier yaiterday ad inlited io probate tin wlH of Tabltbi .1 on". Ull of Tavlor. Tberepori of AtmrneyJ nopb 0 Itrien. andlior lu Hi" mail ei -r i he asslgnmeat ol llie Horautun liliy BiDg.wai Bled with he " it r 1 ) ' iierday sod onOi med niii. U iiiiNin 1,1'ighti u, John Uoyui ahd M, I'., bwarti yeateHai hmi forfeited re cugniii iacoa)ii 1 loken ol by t he 1 unrt on ih payment or lolti and aotiaiol Tn 1, in the Mhlty aui of Asa a ffliholi agalait Jsinei Nloholi end others, conn vetierday ccuflrmed iinniiy th report ol 1 ho in 11" ' i-r uml 1 1 1 ri 1 oil that 11 formal ur ilat imbudylug tbi nudlngt nf i'i b framed. Uarrlagi lloineeiwers granted yettcr dav byl'hrli of tin Courts Thouiaa to lohn 1 1 1(11 1 Ign ami Mrlmsa htnlth, of this City, both colored John Cnraer and Mn bvlMallon, Prloebargi William MoMQity ami Ella Hart) ' larbon iai". Tbi city of i 'arbomiaie wanta to Inoreaso III ladebtadnisi ny tbl issue or bondito th. amoant or li.Tum. Veatarday it Bled a it element wlih tho clerk of the courts showing that the total lii.!ebteilnei Is t'.'J .'.Hi H'J. Tba bond of Patrlali Oatey. callictor of tetei uf arboiidaln towushlp fur thn year lufls. wai yesterilav conllimed by the court. It Ih in the mini 01 111.(1110 ami t he sural l are Patrick llfown, Michael Kelly, Mrs, Mary Casey and JatnM liarratt. . my . Wk ate prepared to furiil.h bulness men with itrst class stenographers und typewriters by the day or hour, Scranton Commercial association, limited, iii Spruce street. QnOJlQI A. Briiokl Fainter and paper hanger, is now located at io.1 Lackawanna aveuue. e PI1ICIBURG PICKING'... Little Lnotlk Ciiucurulng a Llvslv Is o i th - arn Hubmb .'iietiiii le thr SBraafen TWAuaa PRIOKBCBO. Pa . April lu Au in lertalnnitoii will b !. I in Smith k hall, tlih Tuesday vantua', lor lb hn4i of St. P ui'e Qeriuaii Bul'OOpal c nuiii lii' lollow g iiogr mm iii b r'-n i rati Sola Mi a Main, tl i , ii i ii Jaini-s v. I, i.i . mi. ii n gone Reel tat too Mi- Portia Jones mill Me.isrs. yeopor and Watkljs (tecltatios Mr Bddle Riyooldi Dnrlauielluu MaetM John O'COOBOI Uuett laisf Oriel rmu Mrs 11 U. Jous Itistruuii ul.il Miialo. Missis. Cuopi r uml SViilklsi ReettatloB Mui Millie Ljlaaion QQarlatw Janti WatkMand pany A grind iDtertilnuint and ittppet for 'Hi cents. Miss Minnie Logan and Miss Fill vYayner ipiui Ibi Cibbatb with f rlmdi In I'lovlduiice. Qrottkd bus been bftfklO fol tlie foundktloo of tha new Pmbytiriin oburch in DIokioBi Will l-'ears, the polttiOil War horse, hki announced hiuneir aa a oandidati to the Repnbltinn roonty oonnotlon, Tbomai KiCg naiii I'm t" the aaui" bonorii - -mm 0 1 1 T K I C 11 Ii AMAGt. in.' Aii Allien Thai u Attraettag Hush A -tsntloa ui Honeedale a'M'i mi ' Mi gsroafin TWteaei HOHISDALB, Pa., April T'i -The blaring before tba n wi . to umagee to Dltterloh building oanaad by lowai ing of basin budge, took plane lu tiw i OUCOll loom of tlie citv h ill to lny. Find, lntllli'h, ar , wan awnru, He said Unit the lent cf thn building be loin guiding w.is 11,000 Tbl cfiange In eluding wa iiimli- la i oober, J nlIU The cost of lowering the walk was f'.'hJ Before tba obangi In grading v.ms male he valued tin- httllding at flO.OOO, since grading at TU',UoU The aalei in his siore used to amuiint to 110,000 a year, hut bare dwindled to 14,000. Thl viewers in lh" c.iso were Hon. J, c iiirdsaii. a, u Qamwill, v IStlsliuell, Jolin W. Seaman and PkOl swingle, sitijonrnmint was iku to Monday. April M, nt 10 a.m. AT Nt W WONDERLAND A Poor O.il'a Uiarv ur.4 Ojod far Noih itg Nai. "A l'oor Uirl's Diary" was the at traction at Wonderland last evsuiog, I n-anated by the Wonderland Theater company. It Is an Interesting play, abounding in humor both guy aud pa th" 1 11', and when properly interpreted, as it was lust night, cannot fail to please The individual actors com portiid tbelusslves admirably an 1 wou the hearty applause of toe uu lienoi "Nan, tbe Oood for Nothing,'' a happy farce comedy, followed "A Poor Uirl'a Diary," and waa well re ceived. Miss Maggie Willett as Nnn, rose to the b-ight of the occasion, while Will I) Cor nit t, Uus Homer and the balance of tha cast acquitted th ; 1 selv s ere litably. Tha interpretation of botii plays was highly aatllfactory CHANCELLOR STRATTON HlRc. Conferred D(raes on K-iights of Prtblas Laat Night. J M Slratton, stats grand ch incel lor of the Flnights of Pythias, arrived in this city yest-riny from his home in Pittsburg. Last evening hi? conferr- d tlie degree of grand chancellor on many past chancellors in this city. The dsgree renders the hoi lor elig ible to a seat in the grand COQUOi! and alto entitles them to be candidates for th office of district deputy. Spring Lamb At Aylesworth'e, 2il) Wyoming avenue. ANOTHtR SCRANTON VICTORY. 3t John's College Team Defeated by Ojr rleysre. The Beranton club playod a gaai o( ball yaattrday with the st. John's Col lege clnb at M inliui Village near Svr. etise, N. Y. The elt'.b is a very strong one. ft wai deflated bv a loortof 10 to ti. Flanagan and Patihan being tlie Scranton batterv To lav the S-rauton clnb plays nt Bingbamton Bsi 1. ymir old Penu avenue. fnnii'.ure to Harris, SiM FIRE AT THF GIASS WORKS A Burned O it sTomaei Firss One of tha Fac'nrUf. Tbl burning Out of a furnnca set lire to one of the fsctori,' ol the Scranton tilaaa company on tlrefii lii.t? itroil at 10 18 last night Only slight d linage WI! done to tha bnildfng tmt it will require abonl two WMkl to repair the lufulie and in Ihe meantlmi the factory will be idle. Fif watches and tewcltv nt Meichert's 300 Laota. ave tit Pale. of my itock, 4vi Laekawanna to families 111 wholesale nalr. Ilalnii avennw Pi iday and Saturday. r. n. Cot imi ii rtMlrlng at Raichirt'i ski Pill Will Lacke ave, 11 IMI! just returned from Now Voik Willi line lot of carpelH, rugs and mats. 'i"i 1'eiin annus ' NOW Thai we are hero and all opened up, we can show ym something new in the line of STERLING Silverware lND White China lor decorating. W.W. BERRY 417 Lackawanna Ave. Best Sets of Teeth,$3i00 Including the painless extracting 1 1 teeth by au entirely now pi j Cess. S. C. Snyder, D.D.S. 186 WYOMING AVE. EASIEST TO WORK AND CLEAN IT HAS 100 USES he Besl Polnlo Washer O.'J Alt! H. iUC L'v'ltST 117 L Flour Bin:;, Call in mil BBuoe IB iii . the Mil- lur'. to all a ly low prlee! on AltHtvWufU W,; are still ihv loa ' n ioi- u.iv '1 i yoo'la see M ktel eijenl. ,, i Ibemcelvi i, g HLNHfBjiilinCO,, 176PENN ;.i:. I m S aare 's Hi.n.i i,.,i i eaaelallsta iniililliislHfllllll.llllbllhllSKflllllllll! OSLAND'S 128 Wyoming Ave. V.'c open on SATURDAY, APBII. 1 1, u litli lin- of J.uitii-s' and I 'lli I'll oil's HOSIBRY rocluding ail eraniiLg sintijirij Lo silt and i.i:i!- Tbraad, m. . WW Z Represents Banister's new Razor Toe Last. If you want the latest styles in Footwear trade at Banister's. BANISTER'S PRICES are a little less to yon are paying elsetliere for iota: gMfe BANISTER will give you MORE lor your money IT,A than any Sfioc House and RB5SC1 Shoes lo BANISTERS, Four Creat Bonanzas FOR THIS WEEK "PEE INCREASE of trade last week is very appar i ent. The Handsome Gin we are presenting this season appears to have met with public favor, which accounts for the increase of sales io every department. This week we will give a special offering from each department. e . 1 v aa CLOTHING DEPARTMENT SPECIAL 500 Men's Fine Dres? and Business ?ai:s. cut in the latest fashion, viz.: The Lcn Cut Regent Sack Snir. worth from (is to $15. Trice this week FURNISHING DEPARTMENT SPECIAL ;oo ilo .Men line Cheviot AeQligee Shirts, two attachable collars assorted patterns; regular price, $1.50. tliisweek. HAT DEPARTMENT SPECIAL 100 doteo Men's Fine Alpine Hats, in Black, Brown and Nutria, regular price, I 1 50, This eek . . . . s? I SK0E DEPARTMENT SPECIAL 1,000 paira Ladies' Fine Kid Shoes. Opera Toe and Common Sense, all widths; regular price. Tn above specials are positive i .irgaina and car. t last long. RBaaBUBBR, atary purchase.- ol Men a Boys' or Children' Clothing, Slices Hate r FurttlahtftgA Whose pnrahaaa amounts to $1 or over, is pre Mntld With u HHn on the baaUUfnl Parlor Suit displayed in our wiadow. PENN CLOT 137 ANO 139 Comploto Outflttorta. S. Le, ( ; OUR S Enterprise has proven itself a groat success. Our cus tomers are delighted with it. Hava you got the right idea of it? If you lnvjn't, call in; we will explain it to you. Ask your neighbors about it. Tha Free Dis tribution will laat ab3ut three wak3. By permission, we rofer you to tha following a few of our customers: aii D. 1 Horgeaji n Barder at , Bsllsvns Mi. 1 iin, ml. 11, nu Irvlas sveatts ii, Rlehard Kelegar, Ms Proapaol avenue Mn. s. ir. Harris, It' real ave ntamae Muulev, Rsq.. Archbald, I'a. Mrs. Ilreerer, 114 Laroliitroet Mrs Mullen, KIT U:l.iuii.lia-t. Mill Hagfl. NulHerln, A Qlbsnn 11 rent. tie nmveril Uavli, 0 Kvnna .tree . Hr. Bde r. II ntlsr, BIO Oswolli Court. ilm. i Tnetass,eor. Fillmore A Jackson its BROWN'S BEE HIVE I 224 LACKAWANNA AVENUE. HOW will tFalat Striko you for $5.00 irsT xuis WSVX J. BOLZ, 133 Wyoming Avenue. nTTnTTTTT T ba -e e in tlie city, PiteBl Leather radios wktj. b BCKAXTON FA. 0 r ia m 1 m M $9.00 98c. .00 si es gW to 7. This week. $1.35 PENN AVLNUt. SCRAMTON, PA. AI.I.KX, I & IE 2,500 6IFT ' Mr l. . ll'Conmir, li'J K.illnson striiat. Mr., ii t alssn, Believes Hr, -iini .1 Kiiin ii. Taylor, Mr .i n HiiiKai, 8 TO Providsnoe Road. li Nellie Kane. 1I.V Mnurae avenuu HISS H CennaTi TU Madison avenue. i Hr, Ohas. Kiery. rrtoebarg. Pa Mis. I . i 1 1. n. i I ,il Oapoase avenue, ati John V As'. mi. Tavlor, I'u. i li. 1 t viim, :J1 ifouth Main street.