THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE- WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1898.
Ibis Vote Not Qood Alter Nnv. s i8f.
The Battle of the Ballots
in the contest for
we give away Dec. 31,
189S, if going on quite
merrily; so is the sale of
the Ludwig. We said
when we came it was the
best thing ever offered for
the reasonable price we
asked. Call and sec the
Ludwig, as well as the
Briggs, Vosc and Kuabc
205 Wyoming Ave.
H3 IP YOU AHU LOOKING KOK i
1 WEDDING GIFTS 1
Remember nothing is
H5 more appreciated than :y
B Pictures. You will find
is :in exclusive Ijnc to sc- si:
: led from Jt XI
DR. A. A. LINDABURY,
Specialties Surgery, Diseases of Women
Ofllco IIouu P to in a. m
1 to :i p. in
At Residence ... 7 to 8 p in
Ofllco William1" HuUcU'is, Opp. rostollko.
Residence 'J10 Houtu Mnlu Aenuo.
COLUMBIAN DETECTIVE AGENCY
LIME OANK BUILDING,
Mutters Pollcltcd Where, Others Failed.
lime opened a General Insurance Ofllco In
iti Hits' mil MM.
lim Block Companies represented. Large
rjc especially koiloltod. Telephone 180 J.
Allow Us to Clean Your LACE CURTAINS,
and You Will Be Pleased.
308 Penn Avenue. A. D. WARMAN.
Tho Wilkcs-Barre Itecord can bo Had
In Scranton at tho rows btands of Hels
man Bros , 404 Spruce und 503 Llud2ii
Srcetn; Mac, Lackcw anna avenue.
i:.--JacIgo lthone, of Wllkcs-Cane, was
U Scranton visitor jestcnlnv.
Dr. I'. S. Gardrcr, or l'orcbt City, visit
ed friends In town ostcriuy.
Jarnc CU-vlon, formerly of the Seran
1on House, kit last week for tho Klon
dike. IMward Constable, of 1'rlo, vho has
been tho cucst of Mrs II. C. Bindcrsoii,
jeturncd to Ills homo last night.
Kdvvlii W. Guernsey, a student nt
Princeton, will spend tome now with wis
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Guernsey, WS
lttv. nnd Mn. J. 15. Sumner, of Waver
h. Pa , were in tho tlty ostcnla. en
route to Horesciale, to spend Thanks
giving Diy with filcnds of that town.
Sidney Iiioac'bcnt, of this city, ictlrod
who for many years wi.s superintendent
of the Dickson Manufacturing works, his
aeceived a. special Invitation fiom the
Tnlon Iron works nt Sun Tianclsco to at.
turn! tho elulstenlng of tho nrmoied coast
battleship Wisconsin. Tho notable event
recurs Saturday nest. Miss KlUabotn
Stephenson, ret tesentlng tho state cf
Wisconsin, will christen the ship, an I
Miss l,uclllo Gage, of California, will
launch the Wisconsin.
COMMON COUNCIL MEETING.
May Not Occur Tomorrow Night on
Account of Legal Holiday.
A tegular meeting of common coun
cil Is due tomoirow night, but on ac
count of it being a legal holiday it
is hardly piobable that tho meeting
will be held. It In probable that nn
adjournment will bo niude to Triday
Some impoitant buslnss awaits com
mon council's attention. Thu lO-year
'snl'iilt contract award to the Harber
Asphalt Paving company and tho pio
posed telephone franchise legislation
aie dues for consldeiation at the Hist
ANNUAL MEETING HELD.
Officers of the S. P. C. A. Re-elected
I for Another Year.
In the boaid of trade looms last
nlsht the annual meeting of the So
ciety for tho Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals was held. Ptesent ut the
meeting were John M. Kemmerer,
Thomas Spraeue, W. L. Henwood, Wil
liam Ulume. 13 H. Knapp, D. Ii. Atli
erton, Miss Haidenbuig, Miss Worth
Jngton und Mis 13. II. Knapp.
Mr. Kcnuneicr presided and was re
elected for unoi ei year anil D. H
Atherton was in-elected secretary opd
treasuier. Tho vice-presidents who
served last yeur weio also re-elected.
Nearly all of them nio women. H. H
Ilolgatc was re. clue ted attorney of tho
society and 13. II. Knapp agent.
The report of tho treasurer showed
that during thu eai tho receipts of
the socletv were $3)4 95 and of thlH
amount $2ti was deiived fiom lines.
The dlsbin sments who J3J7.00, and
the baluncc on hand Is $6 Oo.
Thomaa Hpr.igue, Mrs .Georco u.
"ilckson und W. L. Henwood were
jampd as a committee to ilnd twenty
men each of whom will he wllllne to
rIvo $15 for the siippott of tho society
for tho next vear. J. C. Wat nor was
elected a member of tho bonril ot ninti
nRerfl for two ycnrn to fill the vacan
cy caused by tho death of W. T. Smith
nnd 11. H. dot mnn, William Blume and
T. J. Mooro vote elected for three
1'rosldcnt Kcmmcici nnnounced that
a vinteilnc trough hnB been erected
by the society nt 1'rovldcnco equnta
which H much appreciated by the peo
plo of that part of tho city.
BISHOl' HOBAN ATTENDED.
Addressed the Catholic Historical So
ciety last Night.
An unusually intcrestlny; pioRiumme
was obporved nt last night's meeting
of the Catholic lllstoilcnl society and
Now mnn Magazine chibs nt their pai
1mm In tho C.uernBey building Bishop
llol'.in was present by ppoclat lnvltti
linn und tnudo nn cm ouiaglntf ad
dtcss to thi members nt tho conclu
sion of the exorcises.
The papois Included treatises on the
subjects "Tho CiuhuUh." MIsi Cather
ine HnRRcity; "KlTcct of llltuulism on
Catholicity," Miss b.irnh Walsh,
"Catholic Sisters ns Nuiset," Mis'?
Mniy O'BiIen; "Mnryl.ind, tho Cradle
ot Catholicity" William r. Sheun. A
review ot tho secular innRazlnes for
November vvr3 Riven by Mis 13 va 15m
lett, and n pone by Miss Nellie riynn
provi d n pleasant diversion.
In roumcntlnsj upon the papers Bish
op lloban touched lnterestliiRly upon
H0 ei al oflt ho Ideas t ha(L were "iigeeited.
As to the Idea of the common uhooH
as put In piuUice in the ITnlted States,
h" made the "tntomont, that Hi orltrln
was with the Jesuits and not in IhiK
land i, xo frequently Mntenl. The
pilRrllni of Mavsaehusctts found their
prototpo In Holland. It i a matter
of liisloty that Klndtholdcr of Hol
land, who flut instituted the common
schocfls or that counliv "cut out a
ummlbslon tj examine Into the Jesuit
school along the Uhlne and adopted
for Holland the system the commission
found In ngue at thro Jesuit sohooK
If the mooted points In United State
history ate studied finm a tiuo histor
ical source, ho said it would bo found
that almost all tho Important woik
tow aids thu foundation of hue liber
ty "an be traced to tho Catholic
chinch. Uoferiintr to tho present ciu
s.ide ngjln the Jews In ri.ince, which
was touched upon In Mls.s Hnsgerty's
paper, he said It Is not to be attributed
to differences of lellglon, but purely
and solely to economic loasons. In
concluding ho spoke commendatoiy of
the work of the roclety and urged It
to pet severe alone the lines it has
The meeting was attended by a
throng that taxed the capacity of the
society's (juoitors, despite the unpio
pltlous weather. Next Thursday
night tho bocicty will give a lecep
tion. SCHOOL CHILDREN CONTRIBUTE
They Will Feed a Number of Soldieis
On suggestion of Captain W. A. May.
vice-president of the Soldiers' Itellef
association, Superintendent of Schools
Howell icquested the school childien
of the city to bring something es
tciday tli.it would assist in giving a
good Tl.nnkspiving- dinner to the fam
ilies of the soldiers of this city wh
m f now In theservice.
The lesponto was very liberal und
last night one of the little buildings
on Linden street alongside tho board
of trade atiucture was almost filled
with all kinds of giocerles, provisions
and produce. They will be dlstilbuted
today under the diiectlon of tho agent
of the :cllet association.
Tonight's Social Events.
Phe sixth nnnual Kill of Division
Ne. IV, Ancient Older of Hibernians,
will bo held at Music Hall tonight
Thu annuel dame of John Hov'o
O'Kellly Council, Young Men's Insti
tute, will be held at Seigel's Dancing
Academy, corner of Adams ivenue jncl
Linden stieet. Law rone en complete
oichestra will she the programme of
GRACE CHURCH NOTES.
The congregation of Once lUfoimed
Uplseopal church will liold Ihanksrftvliiff
soivlees tomoirow, 10 JJ a. m . at their
church on W timing avenue Pastor Al
rlh will pie ich. Uvcijbodi welcome.
Th- Young Peoplu's Society of Cluls
ti.iu avor will conduct a sunrise
pinvrr and pr.'lso seivlce in tho church
tomorrow, Thursday morning, at 7 o clocl;
IlVLijone, but I'spcclillv all metnbiis of
the Yoiuii People s Socletv of Christl m
Undeivoi aie lordlully Invited.
The Thin sd.i cvrnlrg 1'nlon lillile
(iw for the stiulv of the Sumhiv school
lesson nt Graeo chinch will bt omitted
'the mendi'Ms of the Sunday chool of
Giace eliuieh will mi et at tho chinch this
(W.dntsda) evening nt 7 o'clock, and
next Sunday niornlrg at 10 o'clock to
praetlco ihclr Clulstm.is c.uols.
To tho Republicans of the City of
The following city offices aie to be
filled nt the Pebiuaiy election:
Tlnec City Asscseois.
Two School Bliectors for i veais.
Any Republican who desires to be
come a candidate for any of the above
oillces must nio his application with
C. I'. Chittenden, chairman of tho city
committee, on or before Dec. 1", isns.
Tho notlco must stoto tho ollico for
which the w liter Is a candldnto and
tho postoflice uddress must accompany
the signature. C 13. Chittenden,
The busy shoe stores of Lewis, Rcllly
& Davlcs vlll be open this evening on
account of being closed all day tomor
row, Thanksgiving Day.
Conrad's Hat and Gents' furnishing
Storo will be open until 0 o'clock this
Meal tickets; transferable.
Always call for Pocono Cigars, Go.
HI Dunn's guaranteed $1.00 Gloves.
Puie Olive Oil
and Olive OH Soap impoited fiom
ZantI, Oieecc, for sule by M. A. Tiled
lander & Co., M0 Spruce stieet.
Call for the Popular Punch Cigars, 10c.
We. tho undersigned, do litieby agice
to lefund tho money en u W-ctnt bottlo
of Giune'n Wan ami d Hyrup of Tar It it
falls to ouio our cough or cold. We also
uuarautco a 3-rent bottle to pmvo satis
factory or money lefundcd. J. a. Hone &
Bon, Punmure, Pa,; John V. IXuiahu.
Ignaiz Rosinozvitch of
Duryea Accused of
COMMITTED TO THE JAIL
It Is Alleged That the Accused Is
a Member of the Desperate Gang of
Outlaws Who Ate Held Responsi
ble for tho Death of Richard How
ell, tho Lehigh Valley Rrakemnu,
Who Was Killed in the Wieck nt
Bnbylon a Month Ago Tho Two
Leadcis of tho Gang Ate Now Be.
Ignnts Hosmuzv.lU.il, of Duryec, was
committed to the county Jail yesterday
by Alderman Millar, of this city, on a
chuigc of mm dor. Hosmozvltch wan
nucsted at Haibeitown Sutuiday by
County Detcetho Leyshon and was
detained In tho count v Jail until jes.
lei day when ho was f 01 molly arrested
on a chuigo of minder and committed
le the county Jill.
It is alleged th.it Hosmozv Itch Is Im
plicated In the deatli of HIchatel How
ell, of I'itlston, who was killed In 1
wieck on tho Lehigh Valley tntltoad
near liabjlon, about a month ago.
The wreck was supposed to have been
tho work of Ihc despeiatc outlaws who
for sonio time have lniesttd the vic
inity of Austin Heights In the south
ern poition of this cotinlv. The at
icst is a very Important one and is
the Hist step in tho direction of biing
Ing this despeinte band of criminals
A swatm of peace olllcors and detec
tives1 have been w 01 King on the case
for some time nnd it is a li Unite to Mr.
Lejshon's cleverness ns a detective
that he is tho first pel son to secure
anything like tangible results
When seen by a Tribune man es
teulay he absolutely jefuscd to dis
cuss the matter or give any Idea ot
the ettength of the case against Hos
mozvltch. In his opinion tho time Is
not jet lipe for any dlsclosuies.
The accused is a small man of licice
aspect and he is said to bo one of the
leading members of tho gang that is
held lesnonslble for tho deatli of
Iiiakeman Howell. Two men who are
leputed to be leadcis of thu band of
outlaws are now being anxiously
sought for by the authoiltles and It 1h
piobable they will be in custody with
in a few days.
Hosmozvltch did not know until ics
terday the natuie of the chaige against
him. Ho Is evidently both game and
desperate, for if the unpleasant news
disturbed him he gave no Indication
LARGELY. ATTENDED SUPPER.
Served by the Hebrew Ladies' Re
Tho Hebrew Ladles' Itellef associa
tion sived nn elegant supper last
night at the Hxcelslur club for tho
benefit nf their society. It was veiy
laigoly pationlzed and was most en
joyable. Music nnd dancing began at
It o'clock when lee cienm and cake weio
seived. Mis. J. H. Cohen Is mcsldent
of the society, and Mis. M. Simons is
Other ladies who assisted In the work
of the evening weie Mis. Hen Samter,
Mis. Ram Samter, Mrs. Max Troutfelt,
Mis. 13. L. Chapman, Mis. J Kline,
Mis H. Kline, Mis. M IJtown. Mrs.
S. Kttlnger, Mis Goldsmith, Mis. A.
Hauls, Mis. 13. Moses. At the candy
table were Mis Jeff Freeman, Miss
b'amter. At tho cigar booth weio Mis.
Joseph Lew and Mis, Harchinch.
Among tho joung ladles who seived
were Misses Goldsmith, Chapman,
Helen Moses, Miss Hlanche 13ttlncer,
of Baltimore, Miss riorenee Utooks.
RAILS HAVE BEEN ORDERED.
N. Y., W. & W. R. R. Co. Now Seems
to Be a Ceitainty.
Tho New Yoik, Wyoming und West
em i.illioad has oidered 7,000 tons of
t'S-pound nils f i oin tho Lackawanna
Iron and Sttel company.
This is a pietly good indication that
tho load Will bo built.
Don't foicet the giand opening to
night at 1U Wyoming avenue. Anthra
cite hotel. An elegant lunch will be
served. All nie welcome
Jones fir Norton, pi ops.
Ill Dunn's Thanksgiving Noekwaio.
Sweet Oranges, 35c
Pa. Shell Almonds,
Gordon & Dthvortu aud
Curtice Bros.' Mince in glass,
fancy, special price. Fancy
Malaga Grapes, Florida Or
anges and Table Delicacies.
If you want the best for
least mouey go to
E. Q. Coursen
JONAS LONG'S SONS.
vvsav s- s-s-rrrs
Wc serve today Irom 11.30 till
2.30 .1 Thanksgiving Dinner that
you'll be sure to enjoy and all for
a quarter. Think ol it I Hcie is
Wednesday, Nov. 23, 1898.
MOCK TURTLE, A LA FRANCERE.
BOILED SALMON, HOLLANOAISC SAUCE.
POMMC AU OUCHE3SE.
CHICKEN LIVERS, EN BROCHETTE.
ROAST TURKEY, STUFrCO
RIBS OF PRIME BEEF, AU JUS.
NEW POTATOES IN CREAM.
NEW STRINQ BEANS,
DESSERT ET GLACES.
MINCE PIE. APPLE PIE.
ENGLISH PLUM PUDDING.
in m si
NOT FIGHT CRAZY.
Scianton Did Not Go Wild Over the
While the Inteust In the Hhuikoy
Coibett light was genei.il in Scian
ton jeateiduy It did not begin to un
pioach the heat and excitement occa
sioned by nnv of tho really big battles
of the last few jeais in which Coi-
bett has been one of the principals.
Jr. fact the intciest, such as It was,
was exticmelv common place.
Coibctt was picked fot a winner by
at least nine out of every ten poisons
In he l anion who iollow things pugil
istic but eveijbody was timid about
belting or else the odds were too shoit
to attract the foh.nkey element. Not
a l.n tv bet was made In this city, al
though ono of $1,000 to $750 was of
feied on Corbett bv John MeUlnlev In
the Gaiety theater after the fourth
tound had been fought.
The number of poisons who went
fiom heio to New Yoik for the ex
piess puipose of seeing the aigument
was eiy small. They piobably did not
numbei moio than ten. The vast mu
Joilty who stnjed at home and weio
anxious to know how the battle was
going, had oppoitunlty to gratify their
cuiloslty at any one of a half dozen
cafes and clubs whero bulletins were
lecelved or at the Gaiety theater wheio
the bulletins weie lend from the stage
dutlng a midnight pciformance given
especially for that puipose.
Tho crowd at the Gaiety was not
Inge It was a pronounced Coibctt
audience, and the announcement that
Sunrkey had won was lecelved In sil
ence. Manager Van Ostcn lead the 10-
tutns. During the fouith lountl he le
celved a eatd fiom John T McGlnley
stating he had $1,000 to put up against
$750 that Corbett would win the fight.
He did not leceive a taker. The news
of Heferce Kellv's decision bi ought
the pel l'oi mane e to a dose.
Jim Judge, Jack Skelly, John Shea
nnd Phil Kinsland were among the
Seiantonlaus at the lingslde. A search
In the audience might have levealed,
howovei, seveinl Scranton business
men and others who weie in New Yoik
on business nnd wandeied into the
Lenox club house by accident.
SECOND GONDOLIER NIGHT.
Another Laige and Tashionable Au
dience Delighted by the Opeia.
Last night's pioduction of the Gon
dolleis was witnessed bv an audience
which filled all the leseived seats in
tho theater und neaily all ot the gal
Iciy. As on tho opening night tho
personnel of the gatheilng icinescnt
ed Scrantun's best known people, upon
all of whom was imptessed tho fact
that the opeia was sung In something
much better than tho usual amateur
style. It Is that air of excellence and
smoothness which, moie than pcisonal
Intel est in the peifoimeis, has caused
the opeia to be lecelved with so much
The ehoius divided the honoia with
the piinclpals last night and thu wholo
created such a good Impiesslon that
tho clamor for seats for this after-'
noon's and tonight's perfoimanco is
found to be beyond the capacity of the
Childien undci 10 yeuis of age may
obtain reserved seats at CO cents in any
pait of the house for tho matinee per
fouuaneo this atteinoon. Tho sale of
seats for today's two performances
continues at Powell's music stoto, op
posite tho theater. Gallery tickets at
S3 cents aie for sale at the box ofllce.
YOUNG THIEF ARRESTED.
He Used Stolen Money to Buy a Re
volver and Caitridges.
Hoy May. an ll-je-ai-old boy who
lesldcs on the hill, was attested last
night foi the theft of a pocketbook con
taining money from a counter in Hex
fold's Jew oil y stoie on Lackawanna
Quito a large ciowd was in the stoie
yistetda when a woman from out of
town and whose name could not bn
'eainecl icportcd that her nocketbook
ccntalnlng JO nnd a i.illioad ticket had
been ntolen from off the counter.
Young May, who had been in tho store,
was suspected. A description of him
was furnished lo tho police nnd ho was
attested by Patiolman Neuls on Wjo
mlng avenue last night.
When searched the boy's pockets re
vealed a icvolver, two boxes of cait
ridges and CO cents in small chnnsc.
lie admitted ills guilt, and said ho had
given $210 to another hoy who was
with him and who will bo ai tested this
New York. Nov. l".' William Wlciz,
nged .15, wax found dead today In uri out
houso at his homo In West Hoboken, The
cuimo of his death wns not known. He
was to havo appeared in court today as
complainant against several pernnns who
nro nlltLcd to havo beon impllcutod at
drugging and robbing him In a concert
saloon In Hoboken.
REVIVING OF THE
HAS CAUSED NO END Or GOS
SIP ABOUT CITY HALL.
Idea That the New Organization Is
Meioly a Blind to Cover n Second
Attempt of tho Original Company
to Sccuic a rranchlso Is Denied.
Thcro Is Nothing Certain About
tho Timo When Application Will
Bo Mado to Councils May Be Do
lnycd New Council Oignnizcs.
Lively comment was ocensstoned
In the city hall and among council-
men and In local linnnclal circles yes
tciday by The Trlbune'H nnnouccment
that the Lackawanna Telephone com
pany's chin ter nnd other rights had
been puichnsed by a well known co
terie of inonycci men who intended at
tomorrow night's meeting of common
council to begin nn effoit to scctito
a franchise, something which the nilg
Innl Lackawanna, organization failed
lo do after a blttor and memorable
The news was not news to the coun
cllmen, at least not to many of them
In both branches. The project has
been bionched to them eluilng the
past few days, but they weio asked
not to dlscusa It with outsiders. Tho
new- piomotcrs leallzo that they will
have an uphill light on their hands
lo sccuic the fianchlso and that pic
nmtuie publicity would not help them
Hence the iceiecy maintained until
tho publication ot The Tllbune's stcuy
It was aimted yesteidav. but with
litt'e or no loundatlon, that the ne.v
oiganlzatlon was ineiely a blind to
cover a second elfoit of tho original
company to set the fianchlsc. Tills
does not Seem plausible fiom tho fact
that the individuals now inteiested
have never had any business, politi
cal or other ufllhatlons with those)
back of tho old company.
It is held that the new company
does not have in v lew the purpose
of sc uilng a franchise to be held as
a weapon for forcing tho Cential Pcnn
svlvanla company to pay money to
keep the former out of business. In
suppoi t of this argument It Is stated
by a gentleman who knows tho plans
of tile new company, that it is willing
to give bonds to the extent ot $50,000
as a pledge that the company will be
loady to serve not less than six hun
dred subscrlbois withlii a leusonable
The Lackawanna company had
neaily eight hundred contracts with
prospective subscilbeis. These con
tiaets will bo oporatlvo for a length
oftimemorethnn sufficient foi tho now
company to establish its exchange
plant nnd build its lines, undeiground
or overhead. Thtso contracts come to
the new company w ith the charter,
corporate rights in fact, evciy inter
est that the old Lackawanna company
The only tnceitalnty about the
plans of tho new organization Is in
refetenco to beginning an attempt to
secure a franchise The Tribune is
reliably Informed that if the attempt
Is begun it will be pushed with as
much or moie vigoi than characterized
the attempt of the early company.
Theic lemalns the possibility that
the eftott may be deferred until after
the opting election, when councils will
havo nt least a different indlvinual
complexion than now. Another con
tingency, either in the event of a
defeat in tiylng to get the franchise
now or in elefening the attempt until
next spilng. is that the new company
may take a band In the councilmanlc
elections, having in view the election
of councllmen favorable to the com
Consldeilng the lesouices and politi
cal intluencc and strength of the new
promoters they might piove an im
poitant factor in the campaign.
CAUGHT BY MARKED MONEY.
Coachman for Mis. J. H. Phelps Is
Placed Under Arrest.
William Feirls, emploved ns a coach
man by Mi p. J H. Phelps, was ai rest
ed by Detective John Moir last night
on a w ai rant Issued by Alderman Mil
lar on tho chaigo of larceny.
Tor some time membeis of tho fam
ily have missed money taken fiom
their duircs left on tho seat of their
cm Hugo while shopping. It could not
be understood how tho money was
taken, ns much conildencc was placed
In the lntegilty of Ten Is. However
Mis. Phelps decided to maik a portion
of the money In her pocketbook nnd
await tho result.
Yesterday. Mm Phelps drove to
Jonus Long's Sons storo leaving In
tho puisc a one dollar marked bill.
Aftet ieturnlng to the carriage she
found tho bill was missing. Detective
Moir was notified and after an Inves
tigation gave tho information for tho
an est. Fen Is acknowledged his guilt
to tho detective. He will be given a
healing this morning.
William Schrooder, of St. Louis, Also
St. Louis, Nov. 2.'. William F. H.
Piluoeder. a wealthy ictlted ie.il es
tate dealer aged 6S jcais. reuoited to
Chief of Police Campbell today that
Ids wife, aged Hi), whom he mairlcd
eighteen montlw ago, had left homo
and taken witli her money and valu
able pupeis, mostly notes, valued at
Said Mr. Schrocdei : ' Of this amount
$1,500 Is in cash. There was $8,000 in
negotiable notes and tho remainder
could i r bo negotiated. I had notes
for $18,000 held in truFt for various
persons for whom I was tiustee. All
thoso uiu gone.
'I am conildent that my wifo has
not eloped with u num. I think her
mind is tempoiniily unbalanced be
cause of sickness nnd I hope that she
will be icstoied to me."
ITfcfc ESmll'f J ".wotidc-riul remedy
LB aOUIl Sfor,ll,uT trouble, Kies
r, , ,-, reliel nt ouce eases
healing influence mou effect a cut e. Price jsc.
A Good Set or Tcclli roi..$3.00
Our Bc&l Sets or Teeth 5.00
Including tlio Painless Extraction
DR.S. C. SNYDER
an Spruce btreet, Opp, Hotel Jermyn
AT THE COUNTRY JDANCE.
Wns a Success Far Beyond Expec
tations. Tho in mot y Is a huge place, but
It was too small by half to comfortnblv
accommodate tho throne that braved
lat night's llcico stoim to witness or
paitlclpatp In the country dauco nlvcn
under tho auspices of Columbus Coun
cil. No. 17!). Young Men'a Institute, of
Fiilly live hundred young people nt
tended In cotume nnd no two cos
tumes were iillko except In tho gener
al f entitle that they were tjplcnl ot
the Calmer nnd his farm, not foigot
tlng thu lilted mail and the working
At tho far end of the hall scenes
reptesontlng a barn Intel lor weio built
and from beneath the hav mows on
either side pumpkin pie, pap and oth
er delicacies were dispensed. Cuslck's
oichestra of thirteen pieces, assisted
by Miss Anna Durkln, pianist, ion
deicd tho music.
Tho dancoptogramniowasmadcup ot
a gi.utd march, May Polo dance, quad
rilles, lanclnrs, Vliglna. reel, and a
cake walk. Hound dances und other
"hlghfalutln golns-on" weio t-ibooed.
An Inteicstlng featuio ot the evening
wns a husking bee, nnanged and con
ducted by Daniel P. Murray.
The utfalr was managed by John 13.
Coyne, nsslsted by Mai tin McIIiigli
and n committee of about forty or fifty
of the society, of which President John
O'Malley was chairman.
AN EVENING MARRIAGE.
Miss Emma Butts and Lewio E. Hal
In tho pnisonage of the Penn avenue
Haptlst chinch last evening Lewis II.
Hallet and Miss 13mnia Hutts, prom
inent .voung people of this city, weie
mauled by He v. H. F. Y. Pierce.
After tho mnulago ceiemony Mr. and
Mrs. Hallet proceeded to their own
home, on Stafford avenue, wheio a
leceptlon was tendered them.
In tho Council building a num
ber oillces aie specially ndaptetl to
lavvyeis' use. A featuio of the build
ing la a complete law llbraiy, the free
Ufio of which will bo for tenants of tho
building. Apply to J. L. Connell, Con
Coniad's Hat and Gents' Furnishing
Stoie will bo open until 9 o'clock this
Bi Dunn's guaianteed $1.00 Gloves.
Smoke tho Pocono Cigars, 3 cents.
5 " FIRST ANNIVERSARY." S
I Generoiis Piiblic 1
s Wc thank you lor your
s ciate our ellorts was proven a
S by the excellent business we 5
3 did, which surpassed our 5
S greatest expectations.
5 Like looking in the kaleido- jjs
5 scope, such a combination of s
5 color beauty. Butterfly string 5
ties Windsoc four-in-hands, 5
g puffs and ascots, light and s
s dark. s
For gentlemen and gentle- 5
E women. A grand window
s show of the highest class fur- 5
5 nishings. Thursday, Thanks- 5
giving Day, Open Till Noon. s
B BOUTONNIERES FOR THE GENTLEMEN
I HAND & PAYNE I
203 Washington Ave,
SMITH'S NEW CLOVE
H spicnaia patronage inc past s
S year. We tried very hard to 5
s deserve it. That you appie- 5
Is the ouly place to buy your Gloves aud Mit
tens. Why? Because lie manufactures aud
you can always get big bargains.
427 Sf-RUCE STREET
MALONEY Oil, AND
141 to 149 Meridian Street, Scranton, Pa,
URNING AND LUBRICATING OIL
PAINT DEPARTriENT.Pure White Lead, Colors
ThreeDay Curtain Sale
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
To test the value of aelvertisiug. wc have t.ikcn one pattern from
each of five dillerent styles of Lace Cui tains and cut the price on them
to less than we paid ourselves. Positively all new and seasonable stock
and price is only cut to give our Curtain Department a little boom and
test the results of truthful advertising. These pi ices positively hold
good only until Wednesday night.
The biggest, handsomest Cuitain
ever sold for twice the money, 5
yards long, 48 inches wide; noth
ing skimpy about them but the
price '. 50c pair
White Irish Point Lace Curtains
that are as lacey and pretty as can
be, and worth $.5.75 a pair. For
three days at $2.35 a pair
SIEBEGKER & WATKINS,
$20 Lackawanni Are,, Scranton Pi
Wholesale nnd Retail
ATLANTIC WHITE LEAD.
Rendy nixed Tinted Paints,
Convenient, Kconomlcal Durable.
rroiluclne l'crfect Itnltntloaof CxptnslYi
Rnynolds' Wood Finish,
Eipeclnllr DcaiRued for Inslda Work.
Marble Floor Finish,
IHiruWo nnd Drloi quickly.
Paint Varnish and KaN
PURE UNSEED OIL AND TURPENTINE.
Ac Sell Underwear.
Hotel Jerniyn llulldltic.
Day . .
Is a pleasant one when you
know that you have Hour you
enn depend on. When you know
that, other things being ecjual,
the Hour 3on nie using will pro
duce Hie vcrv best possible re
sults. Wen en who uo
Flour have this satisfaction an 1
their husbands havo tho satis
faction of eating good bread.
You can get "Snow White" any
whsro. j "We Only Wholesale It."
Scranton, Carbondale. Olyphtnt.
Rooms 1 and 2, Com'ltli BTd'g.
Mining and Blasting
Jlaelout .Mooilu nnd KuiUdala WoiL.4.
I.AKLIN & RAM) POVVOr.R CO'3
ORANQ3 GUN POWDER
Klectrlo Batteries, kleetrlo HtplodeM.
lor exploding blasts, Sufoty 1 uso mid
Repauno Chemical Go's bxi."S"ivb3
Suitable for bedrooms, etc.; 3
yards long, 4s inches wide and
easily worth 2.50 a pair. Price
for three days only S1.35 a pair
Three ardslong, with handsome
lace ruffles and inserting only $1.50
A handsome pattern in this beau
tilul curtain, worth $5.00 a pair.
For three days only. .. .$3.50 a pair
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