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TIIE SCHANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. JTEBRUAI-Y 2. 1S5)7.
MUPQN
NERVE
CURE
Cures nil forms of nervousness, nervous
prostration ami all the symptoms of ner
vous exhaustion, such us depressed spirits,
peevishness, Irltablllty, Renernl sensitive
ness of the whole nervous system, fnllure
of memory, Ifinblltty to concentrate the
thoughts, morbid fears, restless and sleep
less nlKhts, pains In the head, noises In
the oars and dizziness. It stimulates and
strengthens tlio nerves nnd acts as a
BtrouB tohlc. l'rleo 23 cents.
A separate euro for each illsense. At all
druKKlsts, mostly ' cents a vial.
Personal letters to Professor Munyon,
1503 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa., an
swered with fifro medical advice for any
disease. .
Department
GATE-TENDER KILLED.
Bert Wale's Head Crushed By
Hie Diamond Aiinc-liow
Accident Occurred.
Cars
the
in
Hert Wale, nged ,15 years, a gate
tender In the Diamond mine, wns In
stant, v killed at n o'clock last evening.
A loud'd conl car crus'hed the boy's
head. The accident -was caused by a
mistake on the boy's part.
The trip of cars was bolntr back
switched, and young Wale, who was
stnndlng on the track In front of the
approaching cars, made a jump to one,
side us the first car was a few feet
.from lilm. He Jumped to the wrong
side the side close to the track and
he, fell back just as the cars passed
the spot. The boy's head was crushed
and lie died Instantly. There wore no
body marks; only the Injury to the
skull.
Young Walo was taken to the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Wale, 5f Swotland street. The acci
dent created much sadness among the
workmen at the Diamond. Young
Wale worked in what is known us the
drift part of the mine; his father
worked in the shaft. The funeral lias
not been arranged for, but will be un
.nouneeil tomorrow.
NEW SINGING SOCIETY.
The following singers have formed n
glee party nnd will sing under the
banner of Lewis Watcyn at the forth
coming Hubert Morris lodge eisteddfod
at the Frothlngham. The singers are:
First tenors Thomas lieynon, V. J.
Davis, W. .1. Davis (No. 2), Thomas Jones,
'Edward Powell, William Morgan, nice
Prosser, Aaron Lewis, Will Heese, Kbeu
ever Dvans, Jelikln Jenkins, Lewis Davles,
John Lewis, John Phillips, livan Davis.
Second tenors David Stephens. D. J.
Davis, Will Williams. Will Parry, Thomas
C Williams, Thomas Abrahams, Edwin
Howell, Thomas D. Thomas, Alfred Pow
ell, Samuel Davis, John Phillips.
First bass-William W. Kvans, Will
Evans, Thomas Heddoe, David Jenkins,
Thomas Jones, W. J. Jones, Harry Ilolley,
David Beynon, Thomas O. Jones, Kvan
Thomas, Talile Kvans, David Phillips.
Second bass Llew Herbert, Philip War
ren, Moses Morgan, Morris Thomas, Kd
ward James, Jr., Thomas Hlchards, John
W. Jones, John W. Heese, Daniel Hughes,
Albert Jones, William G. Thomas, John
Howlands, John H. Jones, David Smith,
Edmund Moses.
The following ortlcers have been
elected: Moses B. Morgan, president;
Thomns C. Williams, vice-president;
John Heese James, secretary; Thomas
Jones, treasurer; Miss Norma Will
lams, accompanist. Aswill bo readily
seen on looking over the names, the
glee club Is composed of line vocalists.
They, have given it the name "West
Side," and It Is worthy of that or any
other good name.
FUNF.RAL OF YOUNG THOMAS.
The funeral of the Into David Thom
as, the young lad who died Inst Friday
from injuries' received at the Continen
tal mine, took place yesterday after
noon from the homo of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John H. Thomas, of Wash
burn street. Rev. D. I. Jones, assist
ed by Rev Hugh Davis, were in
charge 'of the services. The funeral
was largely attended. There were sev
eral beautiful floral testimonials. The
(lower bearers were Henjainln Grif
fiths, Wllllo Williams, Willie Argltst
and Arthur Jenkins; pall-bearers, Da
vid Anthony, John 'Urlillths, Heeso
Grilllths, Handel Jones, John Davles
and Willie Williams. Interment was
made In Washburn Street cemetery.
SCHOOL IN THE NEW.
School was re-transferred from the
old building to the new No. 10 build
ing yesterday morning. The tilt be
tween the school board and Contractor
Stipp' Is now at a standstill nnd will
'be -.thus until' action is taken by the
board. The contractor hns signed an
agreement to the effect that ho will
not look upon the tenanting of the new
building as an acceptance by the
school board.
.- MISSIONARY MEETINO.
The 'Woman's Foreign Missionary
society of the Plymouth Congregational
church held an interesting public meet
ing last evenlnir. After a song ser
vice there was n period of prayer. A
quartette, Thomas, Richard and Daniel
Phillips and D. E. Hughes, sang, and a
solo was rendered by Miss Vunnlo Wil
liams. A sermon was prenched by Rev.
J. L. Davis, of Plymouth. "Mission
aries" was Mr. Davis' theme and he held
Interested attention. The quartette
closed the meeting- with a song.
HE PLEADED GUILTY.
Before Alderman Kcllow last evening
Alex Younsr, of Moosio, was given a
hearing on u serious charge preferred
by ' Nora Joyce, of this side. Young
plau'ded guilty and wns sent to the
Station house to await a settlement be
tween, tl(e parents of both persons con
cerned, The case will likely go no
further,
NEWS NOTES AND PERSONALS.
William. Marsh, of South "Main ave
nue, has received the two prizes lie
won at the Wllkes-Barre bicycle race
meet. They are two rings, handsome
and of gold, with ruby settings. Doth
are quite valuable.
The eisteddfod committee of Robert
Morris lodge met last night.
I Walter O'Malley, of Arizona, visited
West Sido friends yesterday.
' Miss Lloyd, of Wllkes-Harre, is vis
iting Miss Rachel Powell, of North
'Garfield htVenut',
The illustrated lecture to be given
,next Friday evening at the Seranton
'Street Daptlst church by A. Vincent
liuwer Is cnmmnritlintr much nttenllon.
Professor Wllllnm Jones calls for a
ineotlnp; of his, party of.'sliiRers for this
evening' tit 1.30 o'clock. '.
The latest and best styles. Roberts,
120 North Maine.
The services held last week at the
Simpson Methfirtlst lSplsebpul church
will ho continued this week, Ilov. J.
II. Sweet, pastor of the churclt,' 1ms
met with so nuicli eilcouraiiemont in
his nightly illsootirsps-'that the meet
ings will be held e'ery night so long
us interest warrants.
We laundry stiff collars with soft
button holes. Crystal Laundry.
..Miss Anna Durkln will be the organ
ist at St. Patrick's church until a suc
cessor to Professor Ilnydn Evans Is
selected.
Dr. 13. Y. Harrison, Dentist, Mears
Hall, 113 S. Main avenue.
West Side Huslncis Directory.
IIAItlUHT J. DAVIS, FI.OHIST. Cut
flower and funeral designs a specialty,
101 South Main avenue; two doors from
Jackson street.
MOIUIAN'S PHARMACY, 101 N". MAIN
avenue. Physician's' prescriptions care
fully prepared from warranted pure
drugs and chemicals. A line assortment
of trusses, fine stationery, blank books,
varnish stains, mixed paints or miiry
work, artists' materials, window glass,
wall paper and picture moulding. Cleric
at store all hours of night.
SECOND HAND KUHNITUUK-Cash for
anything you have to sell, furniture,
Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and sea the
stock of J. C. King, 701 to 700 West Lack
awanna avenue.
COLLISION ON THE CENTRAL.
Two Kngiuos Couiu Together Near
. rillli Avenue. Crossing.
A wreck that for some hours imped
ed regular tralllc on the Central Hall
road of New Jersey south of this city,
and that considerably damaged two
engines, occurred yesterday morning at
10.33 o'clock.
Knglne 173, which had just completed
its trip with passenger train No. 3 from
Mauch Chunk to this city, was stand
ing on what Is called the ash track,
located Just a few yards south of the
Fifth avenue crossing. The engine
had been run back to this point to
have her (Ires extinguished and the
ashes removed preparatory to being
backed into the round house near by.
The engineer and fireman, named re
spectively Spencer and Souer, had left
her-and gone into the round house,
when, It Is alleged, the engine began
to back over onto the main line by the
switch track. She did this unnoticed,
lTliiita'jlJiiiiilli
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71 line WtTOll
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Indicates Hound House; --Engine. ITU; :J--l".iiRino :i:i Drawing
Freight Cars; Cross in Ciiclc-Spot from Which Kngitiu 173 "II u till
front the Ash Track Over to the .Haiti Lino.
and just as her tender was passing
upon the main tracks engine 337, swift
ly drawing freight train No. -103 into
the city, struck the erratic engine.
Engineer Sam Dreyfogle and a sub
stitute llremnn, of engine 337, miracu
lously escaped uninjured. The tender
of 173 wns knocked completely off the
track and struck the brick wall of the
round house, Into which It battered a
hole several feet In diameter. Engine
33,7 wns badly demoralized. It 'was
turned over on one side and badly
shattered. The main track was cleared
In about forty minutes nnd by 4. 20
o'clock In the afternoon every vestige
of the wreck had been cleared away.
WAS SILVERBURG A TRIFLE GAY?
.Hun Ho Placed Under Arrust Sny
That He Was.
Private Detective Charles, T. Silvcr
burg arrested two men last night and
caused them to bo lodged In the central
police station. Sllverburg alleges at a
late hour last night, on Penn avenue,
near Linden street, he was assaulted
by three men, who accused him of In
sulting a woman.
The first man he arrested refused
to give his name, but stated that he
lived at 130 New street. Tills man had
scarcely been lodged behind the bars
when Thomas J. Gallagher, accompa
nied by his wife, two other women nnd
n man appeared In the central police
station. Detective Sllverburg pre
ferred charges against Gallagher and
lie was lodged in n cell.
Mrs. Gallagher alleges that Sllver
burg addressed the words, "Ah, there,
my size." to her.
ANNUAL MEETINGS.
The stoo'-oUlers of the Lackawanna
Valley Trn ..on "company held their an
nual meeting yesterday, at which the fol
lowing directors were chosen:. L. A.
Watres, Lemuel Amerman, Robert ('.
Adams, H, 1,1. Throop, M. D., and Ralph
Gregory. The directors chose these ofll-
cers: Lemuel Amerman, president; L. A.
Watres, vice-president; Robert C. Adams,
secretary and treasurer.
At the annual meeting of tho Lacka
wanna Trust nnd Safe Deposit company
yesterday the old officers and directors
wore re-elected. They uro as follows: Will
iam T. Smith, .president; Henry J. Ander
son, vice-president; John w. Fowler,
treasurer; directors, Henry Delhi, jr., H.
T. Dliick, William Connell, J. ii. Dickin
son, P. J. Horan, T. C. Snover, George San
derson, Conrad Schroeder, William T.
Smith, Edward II. Stiirges, Henry J. An
derson and Charles H". Welles. Tho usual
semi-annual dividend of 3 per cent, was
declared, making the seventeeth dividend
of that amount declared since the begin
ning of the business of tho company In
May, 1SS7. The sum of $15,000 was also
added to tho surplus. This conipnny is
closing the tenth year of Its eorporato ox
Istenco and although It has the largest
amount of capital stock of any bank 111
tho city It has been able to Increase Its
surplus JOO.ffOO besides paying the dividends
nbovo- mentioned. This reflects no llttlo
credit on tho otllcers of the bank and
shows that Its management has certain
ly been In most competent hands.
. COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
The report of viewers on tho new Fell
town'shln tond wus confirmed llnnlly.
Exceptions were tiled und noted to tho
finding of Judge Archhuld In Ward-James
nomination contest.
In tho case of Arthur Frothlngham
against V. Gibson Jones, the defendant
was permitted to Ilia an amended, avowry
and cognizance.
The wjll ,of John Huffy, lato of Carbon,
dale, wus admitted to pixibiitu nnd letters
testamentary grunted to his slstor, Kato
Ii. Duffy.
1
Voting, hut Up to Onto.
If you like our'wor, toll others; If
you don't, tell us. Soft button holes In
your collars, Crystal luundry.
Suburban News
in General
IMtOVIDKNCK
A Taylor aggregation of Indoor has.''
ball enthusiasts came, to this section last
night and lined up for a battle against
the North Knd crack-u-Jacks. The game
was devoid of any features In the line of
good base ball playing nnd resulted In n
victory for the home team by a score of
10 to 1.
Tommle Scliultis, a 10-year old boy, nar
rowly escaped death by drowning yes
terday morning. The llttlo boy, In com
pany with several other boys of nearly his
own age, was playing on the Ice covering
a pond situated between North Main ave
nue and Piovldonco road and owned ny
Nathaniel Thompson. This pond was ere.
nted last fall for skating purposes. Voting
Schultz procured n handsled and was be
ing drawn about by his playmates when
the lee broke and precipitated him Into the
water. Ho was rescued by a passerby and
taken Into a nearby house, where he was
cared for. Later he was taken to his
home, on Lloyd street.
Miss Anna Mulley, of North Main ave
nue, Is homo from a visit to her sister,
Mrs. Cowles, or Ilrooklyn, N. Y.
Miss Jessie Klecs, of ArchbaJd; Messrs.
Luclen, lrwlu and Henry Harry, of Car
bondale, spent Sunday with Miss Minnie
Klees, of Oak street.
A pie social will bo held In the Welsh
Itaptlst church on Feb. 17 under the aus
pices of the lluptlst Young People's union.
The funeral of Mollte Hannon, the 3-ycar-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Hannon, of Leggetts street, whose death
occurred Saturday evening, will take place
this afternoon nt 2.30. Interment in Hyde
Park Catholic cemetery.
Thomas P. Nicholas, of Putnam street,
who has been suffering with a badly In
jured pye, has gone to Philadelphia, where
he will enter the Willis hospital for treat
ment. Miss Annie Purcell, of Hawley, Is visit
ing relatives on Oak street.
John Pediick and wife have returned
from a visit with relatives In Port Jer
vls, N- Y.
Peter Ocrrlty, of fleorge street, Is se
riously 111 with pneumonia.
Llewellyn Morgan, of Wales street, Is
recovering from a severe attack of
lagrlppe.
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GREEN RIDGE.
Kdward Leonard, of Margaret avenue,
has been visiting friends In.Carbondale.
Mrs. Paldwlii Is seriously 111 at her home,
on Deacon street.
The Women's Christian Temperance
union meeting will be held this afternoon
at 2.30 at the home of Mrs. John Harvey,
fasHliWicMlinill"'
J3 iffl3H,H
H09 Monsey avenue, after which a tea will
be served from 5 to S o'clock. A short pro
gramme consisting of music and recita
tions will be rendered.
Clarence Van liusklrk returned Sunday
night from Huffalo, N. Y.
The Willing Workers of the Haptlst
church will hold a business meeting at the
home of Miss Edith Davis, Washington
avenue, this evening. All members are
requested to be present, as special busi
ness Is to be transacted.
Hrown's hall, corner East Market street
and Houlevard avenue, formerly used tor
dancing classes, Is now being fitted up for
a residence.
SOUTH SIDIJNKWS.
Late Sunday afternoon an accident be
fell Charles Angulnskl, who lives on the
corner Prospect avenue and Hrook street.
On Palm street, between Plttston and
Prospect avenues is a ledge of rocks about
thirty feet high, which renders the street
unsafe for trafllc or travel. Charles,
whether intentionally or not, .went over
this precipice and when picked up was
In a pitiable condition. He wns carried
to his home, nnd when Dr. Qulnn arrived
he found that both legs were sprained, but
no bones were broken. The Injured man's
suffering was Intense.
Frank Hlbbe-t is visiting his son,
George, at his home, on Plttston avenue.
Mary Edwards returned yesterday after
a lengthy visit with friends In Shumokln.
Miss Katie Callary Is the guest of her
brother, It. J. Callary, of Iilrney avenue.
Mrs. George Sheehan Is seriously 111 at
her home, on Plttston uvenuo.
We laundry stiff collars with soft button
holes. Crystal Laundry.
Michael Flaherty and John Roach spent
Sunday in Plttston.
Edward Haggerty, of Fig street, has
returned from a live months' visit with
friends In Ireland.
A. J. Mulderlg, of Plttston avenue, will
leave today on an extended trip, through
New York and the New England states.
Choice cut flower;! and flower designs
at Palmer & McDonald's, 511 Spruce.
Jacob Chrlstman returned to Summit
Hill yesterday afternoon after spending
Sunday at the home of Em II Schlmpf, on
Cedar avenue.
A. T. Weinsehenk Is transacting business
In Honesdale.
Choice cut flowers and flower designs
at Palmer & McDonald's, 511 Spruce.
MINOOKA.
The remains of tho late Victor Mlchol
oskl, who wns killed at the (llendalo mines
Saturday, were Interred In Mlnooka Po
lish Catholic cemetery yesterduy.
Thomas Murray, of Jessup, spent yes
terday In Mlnooka.
Patrick l'hllhln was a business caller
In Plttston last evening.
From appearances M. P. Judge's cher
ished hope of handling the tuxes of Lack
awanna township tho next three years
Is enshrouded in darkness.
The concern that bucks tho new party
hns announced Thomas' Farioll as their
candidate for treasurer, but tho ex-limb
of tho law does not feel disposed to accept
It, us lie claims ho Is a Democrat of tho
Jackson type.
Although tho aspirants for the olllco of
supervisor are plentiful, AV, It. Fern Is
leaving no mono unturned und expects
to come out of tho battle victorious. Mr.
Fern possesses the cmullllcatlons to nuke
u good olllclal.
IJUNMOKi:.
UKPUIJUCAX CANDIDATES.
Uurgess Dan Powell.
Treasurer Louis Uncle,
Tux collector V. K. Correll.
Councllmen C. H. Weber und William
McCulloch.
School directors Jerry McPqek and
Moses K. Kellum.
Street Commissioner CSeorgo Jackson.
Auditors Hurry Winters and F. AI.
JMurshnll,
Justice of tho Peace A. A. KroU'er,
Extensive preparations are being mado
by tho Loyal Legion Drum corps for their
entcrtulnment and social, which they In
tend to glvo in Doyle's hall In the near
future. An excellent progruninio is being
arranged consisting of vocal und Instru
mental mUsic, recitations and tableaux.
A special feature of tho ovenlng will ba
All Clean
n gun drill, which the members are busy
rehearsing. Some clever acrobatic work
will also be Introduced.
The council and school board will meet
this ovenlng. Several Important matters
will bo brought up at both meetings.
11. L. Freece, who formerly had chargo
of the grist mill on PJakcly sticct, has
opened a, similar mill nt Jcrmyn.
A special meeting of the Guild of St.
Agnes will be held In St. Maik's chur.'h
this evening. All members are urgently
requested to attend.
Mrs. Francis Schank, of West Drinker
street, Is confined to her home with Ill
ness. Hugene Urannlng has been nblo to re
sume his occupation as moulder In the
Seranton Stove works after his recent
burning accident.
The grocery store conducted by Frank
Daxter, on Hlakely street, opposite John
son's store, has been closed by the sher
iff. The sale will be held next Saturday.
OBITUARY.
John C. Regan died Sunday nt his home,
2G" Rnllroad avenue. Tho funeral will
take place Tuesday morning at !i o'clock.
A requiem mass will be celebrated in St.
Peter's cathedral, and interment will be
made In Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
Ansel Merrill, a brother of A. J. Merrill,
of tho firm or Horan t Merrill, died yes
terday morning ut his home, In Harris
burg. Ho was a traveling salesman and
formerly resided In this city. A wife and
three children survive him.
Michael K. tjulnn, of Carbondale, passed
away yesterday after an Illness of one
week from pneumonia. He was forty
years of age; a man esteemed by u large
circle of friends, and acquaintance, lie
leaves a wife and two children, Edward
and Alice. The funeral airangements have
not yet been announced.
Mrs. Kuncgrunda Wolfe, aged C3 years,
died last night at the residence ol' her
daughter,, Mrs. Thomas K. Kennedy, of
the Olyphnnt road. Tho remains will be
taken via the 9. ."hi a. 111. Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western train tomorrow morn
ing to New York, where Interment will
take place Thursday from the residence of
her son. Hurlnl will be In Calvary ceme
tery. Mrs. Rrldget Neary, of Wales street,
North End, died yesterday afternoon after
a short Illness. Mrs. Neary, was K years
of age nnd was a most highly respected
resilient of this section. Funeral will take,
place tomorrow morning at '.I'M o'clock.
A requiem high mass will bo celebrated at
the Holy Rosary church. Intel ment will
be made in Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
Henry Collins, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Collins, of Dumlnff street, Carbondale,
passed away on Sunday after an Illness
of three weeks from typhoid fever. Ho
was nearly 19 years of age, and for two
years had boon In the employ of R. M.
Yunnan, engaged In plumbing. Resides
his parents he leaves lour brothers
Martin, John and Frank, of Carbondale,
and William T of Seranton; also two sis
ters Mrs. Thomas Ullmnrtln and Mr.
Thomas McDonough. The funeral ser
vices will be held this morning, when a
requiem mass will be said at St. Hose's
church at 0.30.
Thomas I). Morgan, aged 50 years, dl"d
on Saturday, of Wllkes-yarre, 0f consump
tion nt the home of his sister, Mrs. John
M. Davis. He emigrated to this city from
Carniarthanshlre, South Wales, thirty
years ago. He Is survived by one brother,
Morgan D., of New Market street, and
four sisters Mrs. Elizabeth James, or
Wales; Mrs. W. 11. Williams, of Soush
Sherman street; Mrs. James D. Jones, or
Northampton street, and Mrs. John M.
Davis, of New Market street, at whose
home he died. The funeral will be ncU
this afternoon at tho church, corner or
Northampton nnd Meade streets, of
which deceased was a member. Services
will be conducted by Rev. Mr. Jones, pas
tor of the church, and Rev. Hugh Davis,
or Hyde Park.
A cablegram has been received by Rev.
Frederick A. Flicker, pastor or St. John's
German Catholic church of the West Side,
announcing the death of his mother, .Mrs.
Francesca Flicker, Saturday, In Wurtem
berg, Germany. She was S5 years of age.
Her husband died four years ago, and she
Is survived by six children. They are Jo
seph and Gerliardt Frlekcr, Mrs. Wllhel
mlha Sleber and Mrs. Anna Herm. or
Wurtemberg; William Flicker, a promi
nent manufacturer of. Arcadia, Wis., and
NHW YORK HOTELS,
An established hotel under new management
and thoroughly abreast of tho times. Visitors to
New Yorlt will tlndtlie Hverettin tlio very heart
of tho shopnlnu illstrict, convenient to places of
amusement anil readily nrcesslble trom ull parts
nt tho city. la'KOl'EAX PLAN.
Cor. Sixteenth St. and Irving Placs,
NEW YORK.
J Per Day ana Upnis
(American IMan.)
GEO, MURRAY, Proprietor.
The St. Denis
llrcactwuy arid l:le tilth St.. New York,
Opp. Uracc Church. -nuropeun Plan.
Room Si.'oo a Day and Upward). -
In n moiloat nnd unobtruslvo way tliero nri
few bettor conductud liotoU in tha metropolis
tlmii thJ St. Denia.
Tho Kroat popu'nrlty It ban acqulroil can
readily bo trncad to its unlquo lo.itlon, Ita
liomollko iitmosphoro, tho peculiar oxcollunco
ot its oulsluo at)d service, und Its vary moder
ate prioco. ,
WILLIAM TAYLOR AND SON.
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WESTMINSTER HOTEL,
nig-
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and pans, dishes nnd glassware,
silver nnd tinware, can be done
better, quicker and cheaper with
than with any other cleansing
compound. Largest package
greatest economy.
TIIE H. K. FA1RBAHK COMPANY,
Cblcaso.St, Louis, New York, Uostou, I'ullndelpala.
rtpv. F. A. Frlekcr, of this city. Joseph
Frloker Is burgomaster of his native town,
succeeding his father, who held that of
fice for forty-two years prior to his death.
The funeral of Mrs. Flicker will take place
today at Frledrlehshafen, which fronts on
Lake Constance, at the foot of the Alps.
WASHINGTON AND THE INAUGURATION
A visit to the National Capital dur
Ing the winter must be taken to be ap
preciated. The gay city Is at Its gay
est; congress Is In session; the minis
ters nnd attaches of all foreign lega
tions are In town, nnd Washington, In
Itself,' a beautiful city, Is made ka
leidoscoplcally picturesque by the
multitudes which throng tho streets.
Particularly Is this so during Inaugu
ration week. Washington is tho Mecca
for thousands -of pilgrims from all over
the country. The glittering pageantry
and pomp of the Inaugural, parade and,
ceremony are a feast to the 'eyes of
the American people, always lovers of
display and magnlllQe'nok.1 One I of the
grandest features of the 'qrC'inonles Is
the inntigtiral ball, which jrf unrestrict
ed or to attendance.
To enable all to participate In the
pleasures of the capital during the in
auguration week, greatly reduced rates
will bo mnde by the Lehigh Valley
railroad system from all points along
Its lines. Tickets will be good going
on March 1, U and 3, and good for re
turn March 1 to S.
The route traversed by this line is
too well known and popular to re
qulro particular description. The
beauties of scenery are many, the ser
vice and equipment of its trains nre the
best. Direct connections nnd through
service from nil points to nnd from
Washington. Call upri or address the
nearest Lehigh Valley agent for re
duced rates and all other Information
desired.
To Cum 11 ("old in Olio Day.
Take Inxntivc Bromo Qulnino Tablets.
All druggists refund the money
fails to cure. 25c.
If It
lthiMiniutixni ('mod in a Hay.
"Mystic Cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia, radically cures In one to
three days. Its nctlo.11 upon the system
Is' remarkable and mysterious. If re
moves ut once tho cnuse and the dis
ease Immediately disappears. The (list
doso greatly benefits. 7.1 cents. Sold
by Carl Lorenz, IS Lackawanna ave
nue, druggist, Seranton.
A5KrofcTHEBSBKLETQN
W
GSVE5 THE
IN
THE
ANP!5ABSQiyTEiy5AFE
FOR SALE BY THE
11 nine I
U Sit
SCRANTON
STATION.
YOU CAN SAVE HONEY BY B'JYIN.
NEW AND
Ladies' and Children's Wear.
Seal and I'liish Sacqnes,
Carpets and Feather Heds
From
L POSNER, 21 Lackawanna Ave.
Complexion Preserved
KcmovCB Freetilet, Pimplas,
Liver . Mclas Bbcl:.hc:dl'
3L.
Sunburn and Ten, an'l ri
cicrcs mo EKm iu iu ungi
sal freshness, producluK u
m?0m
.iloni null hPRlmv com.
.tn-rfti. RiiTiprlftrtnrll tlcn
preparations nnd per'crtlv linrmless. At nil
tirujisisw, or mailed for JOus. KeuU lor Circular.
VIOLA SKIM SOAP ilmriy inconrti')
rkln iiurlOinu bop, unwiunlci lar tlio toilet, iuid wlitout a
rival for the iiurstry. Alisolutfl? ruro cx.1 tlktlcatel uuul
catcJ. M i3rcpBli. Prico 25 Cents.
G. C. BITTNEH & CO.,To:.edo, O.
For oale by MATTHEWS BltOS. and
JOHN TT TmrCtiPS. Rcrnntnn. Pa.
C.-meneiD et the HionetT Midicai Authorities
'SMEriTHOimrmLER
WmsMWSi
WAVE YOU ,
ftSTMMA'
riPfinnnupmiURAUJift
iiuiinuiih This MENTimr
lKIMLUU will euro vou. A
wuudorfiil buon to nulTcrcn
rcmi'ilv. cnnri'nlnnt til fnrri
In pookot, ready to inn on Urt lmlirntlon of cold
Continued Uu JMfectr Jermununt Cure.
Hutlif action mmrunU'cd onnonny rcl unili'il. 1'i'lcr,
(l cl. Trial (rod nt Druk'gl'ts. Iti'elaiorci! mull,
CU cents. 11, D. CCSHMi:i, lilr., Iliroo Rivers, Uich , 0. S. i
cstr sx-ina: aw si
MFMYHfll Tho 8un and Borst TTncrtr for
Itheum. old Hires, Hums. I'uti. Wonderful roin
ti forl'II.I'.ti. I'rlco.UAclc.ut llniK-DAI it
gists or Uy mull prepaid. Address aaobovu, Drvl HI
For enlo by MATTHI3WS "Onoa, and
JOHN II. PIIELrS. Seranton. Pa,
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WaSHIM PoWDES
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DR. HEBRA'S 'ii:M'rfns!
VIBLI GREABB
i rr
I
5'J
g2 I'
AMUSEMENTS.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
XJ" ALL THIS WUtik",
WAITE'S COMEDY CO.
AND GRAND ORCHESTRA.
livery Afternoon at a O'clock,
nhig ut S O'Cliick,
Hvcry Uvc-
DAV5S' THEATER
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Feb. 1, 2, and 3,
BRUNS AND NINA
NOVI-IIY ANb VAU1M1VIU.U COMPANY,
Combined with
TSie Nettiscope,
Tho Latest Improved Projecting Picture.
Machine, from Paris, France.
Life-elzo figures can bo thrown upon tho
stage bafuro un audloiico with all tho move
ments of living, breathing reality. Roxeltos
wondur and admiration wherovnr shown, and
docs Its own advertising, linllre cliuni'c of
-subjects dally.
A FIRST-CLASS jfttTERTAINMENT.
Admission 10, 20 or 30 Cents.
Two performances dally. Doors open a:
l.:o and 7. Curtain rises at 2.30 and S.15.
If Expense Is No Object Why Not
Have tho Best?
ILKItE TIIISY ARK:
HUMBERS $115
UNIONS $100
For 11 Limited Purse Select
Manufactured by
Price to All, $75. Fully
Guaranteed.
For Rubber Stamps Patronize tbe
111 RUBBER STAMP l'i
CHASE & FARRAR, Prop's.,.
515 Linden St., Seranton, Pa.
12 BlCYCLE
2,000,000 BARRELS
Made and Sold in Six Months, ending Harch 1, 1896,
Total Product of
The A Mill Alone produced 1,000,000 Barrels,
Largest Run on Record.
Washburn, Crosby's Superlative is sold everywhere from tho
Pacific Coast to St. John's, New Foundland, and in England, Ireland
and Scotland very largely, and is recognized aa the best Hour In th
world.
iLuAJSrafl l &.lLILviH lLJiL.il
WHOLESALE AGENTS.
HAVE YOUR HORSE SHOD WITH TH
Removable, Self-Sharpanini
Nevsrsllp Toa Cal!u
ITENBENOER S CO.
GENERAL AGENTS,
And a full Hue of iron and
steel Blacksmiths' aud Wag
oumakers' supplies.
sc
To Publishers
&
JH
3
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING-CO
I . eorNTONANDWILKB8JURBE.PA 1
LBOomoliwes, Stationary Esigmes, Boilers,
SCRANTON AND WILKES
HOISTING AHD
Koi- sn.e by JOHN H. PHELPS,
Spruca Street, Seranton, Pa.
i?JAgf&n ill
tsssje3MVx&mm.sxMr.iia!ts3SJs
SMMMlMB)
THE FROTHINGHflM.
Wngner.Vltcls. Mnnngors.
John L. Kerr, Actinic Manager.
ONH NltlUT, TUIiitlAY, FM. a.
Initial npponrancn of tliu lSuilnout Comoillan,
DAN'L SULLY,
Iti His llcnutlful Play,
O'BRIEN, TIIE CONTRACTOR
A Tribute to tho Worth and Dlnhlty of Irish
Character. An enthralling Heart Story. Elab
orate. C'oatuinos. Ooraoouu Bonory. A Now
York ltocurd of lfiO Nights. SI3I1 Tlw Drlvinn
of tho "Ooldon Splko." Tho Great Railroad
Building Beonc. Tho Wasting of tho Mountain
Knrhle. und Hoar tun Kntmius Itoekv Qnrco
Qiiartotte, Prices 35c, 35c, 50c, und 75c.
THE FROTHINGHflM.
Woencr & RcIj, Manager.
John I.. Kerr, Acting Alminger.
WnONIsSDAY, PUB. 3,
A Dramatic Hvent,
WILTON LACKAYE,
Assisted by MAIHIi WAINWRIdllT. and the
Strongest OrKiuilzntlon In Amorlca, In
cluding C. Vf. Couldoclt I'orrost Hob
hiaon, Hryan DoURla9,Jos8ph Allou,
Alf. i'ranklyii, Alien Kvans, Car
oline Hampton and Others.
PreKciitliin a Play of In
tea bo jnturcst untltiou
DR. BEL. GRAFF
With Appropriate Scenic Picture.,
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY
REPAIRED BY
SKILLED WORKMEN.
THE
LACKAWANNA LUBRICATING CO,
1212 CAPOUSE AVE,
SCRANTON.
CALL UP 3S82i
II01Y OIL ID ilHIll
CO.
OFFICII AND WAREHOUSE.
141 TO igi IilURIDlAN STRBBT.
II. W. COLONS, Manager.
He Positively Cannot Slip
RA.
KJiiKiei
GOMELL
li M& CENTERED.
If Your Horse Is Shod with
twfl fa B9 KB ftff 'k a fflfcf,(fel
THE TRIBUNE is now prepared to fill or
ders for composition .on newspapers, books,
pamphlets, or other publications at moder
ate rates.
Address BUSINESS MANAGER.
- 3ARRE, PA., Manufacturers of
PWiNG MACHINERY.
General Office: SCRANTON, PA.
Vrhen In doubt what to use for
Nervous Debility, Loss of l'oner,
Impotcncy, Atrophy. Varicocele and
other weaknesses, (rom any ciusc,
use Sexinc Pills. Drains checked
and full visor quickly restored.
It UPilOClCd. BUCU IrODblC, rtftUll fAUllT.
Mailed for Sl.OO-.Oboxcs 15.00. With
:i $.5.00 orders we rrlvca ruaranlee to
Vg$ cure or refund the money. Address
till: dcm .jrnipuitron ri...'nH it
j I w.M mwuiwuth ww.t n.,.H.,.u, v.
Pharmacist, cor.
Wyoming Avenue ant)

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