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THE SGRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MOXNINO. FEBT1UARY
IS J) 7.
WILL JOIN FORCES.
West Side l.tmcuu mill Central ltc
liiiliticau Cluli to Unite.
Ono of the luobahllltloi oC tho Imme
diate future it Is mute than a inobabll
ity !a tlio anialunmutlon of tho West
Hide Hcnubllcnii louutie anil tlie West
Side Cunttal Kcpubiicnn club. This linn
been talked of for u Ions lime; now, It
seems that both oi2.'uniatlons are In
favor of the union. It Is Raid that the
president of the jnlnt clubs will bo olu
of tlK'iiioinlnuit members of the le.iKiie.
The club Is one of the oldest political
uma HzatloiiH In tho city. On the roll of
the li'UKite are a nuriber of the Inllu
entlal politicians of tills plde. Coinbin
Iiik these two fences tho stri'UKth'ot the
Joint rluli would bo liroslstnble In the
politics of this side. A member of the
I.cmkuu dinted leeently to a Tilbune le
poi ter that the movemer.l to Join the
Hubs Is now ne.ii a siiecessful end
The Individual leellup ol the members)
was at Hist niralnst the amalgamation.
Now It seems Just the other way. The
intense ilvaliy ot the two clubs died
when it became patent that both could
surrender himself to arrest. He turned
and ran. llcCalley Hied at him and
struck him In the back.
The man was taken to the hospital,
where It was found that the bullet had
entered his spinal column and that his
entire body was paralyzed, Ho gave
his name as William Druintrnulc, of
Lawioncevllle. Vn. Tho man can bald
ly survive his Injuries.
MK. VANDEKBILT DECLINES.
WHY UK WANTED THHM.
A Polish Moddluu; Is in piogiess on
neiett avenue. The flist tliat the po
lite lieai d of It was Monday nlKht when
a peieeable lesldent ot the iielulibor
lumd asked for an olllcel to quell a
distill banco. Theto was a bad ti.uiK In
tho house. Olio of the men was so
diunk that he fell against a lenee
smasbliiBSeveial bouids. Ollleer I'miy
asked the brldegioom why he didn't
send the unruly Kiie.sts away The ie
j)l was that he "wanted them here
tomoicow nlKht." The leal vseddlne;
Of the two lue-strucK ones oecuiied
last 'light and it Is a uistom ununiK
these people to fdve .noney to the bllde.
This was win- the jjiuotu wanted them
llo Will Not Surui on it u lmiiiKiunl
Washington, Fob. '.'. Cornelius Van
derbllt has sent a letter to tlencral
Miles, chaiiinan of the leceptlon coin
nillteo for the Inaugural ball, declining
piofleiod moinbetship'oii the reception
committee to which General Miles had
appointed him on learning that he In
tended to live In Washington for the
next few months.
The declination, It Is undeistood, is
duo to Mi. Vanderbllt's state of health
and his deslie not to participate In so
cial functions during his stay in Wash
V II. Wan on has been selected to
sing the fcolo pait ol the oiatoilo "Da
vid ' to bo peifoinied at Shamokln on
The Ioilte nuaitette has been engag
ed to sing in the Ninth End on Febiuary
?3, when the lodge of Iloptnsophs fiom
that place will have an entertainment.
FIRST SUllC.lCAI, CASE.
The, first man to lecelve surgical
treatment at the West Side hospital
is .lames MeGllne, of Continental hill.
MeCJllne was in a saloon loom back at
the Continental Monday night and a
beer glass alighted with foiee upon his
bead The Injury was dressed bv Ma
tron Smith at 11 o'clock Monday night.
NOTES AND PERSONALS,
Born, a gill, to Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
Lend of Lafayette stieel.
Charles Yull has been elected by tho
Simpson Methodist Episcopal chinch,
to 1111 tho place of F. T. Knaiibs, treas
Mis. Wood, of Elnghamton, is visiting
Mis. Schafter, of Noith Cailleld ave
Alll Maish and Will E. Johns will
leae next week for a visit to Wales.
The voung men will spend seveial
months on the continent. Both have
l datives in Wales.
The William Council Glee club met
last night and held u reheaisal.
The singeis of lelleue Heights will
organize under lleiuy Evans to eoni-
ptU for the chief pilze at the Robeit
Tlie funeial ot Beit AVales, who was
killed in the Diamond mine Monday,
will take placpi friuusday afternoon
ftom the home of his parents on Swet
land Htieet. Buiial will bo made at
the Washburn stieet cemeteiy.
Another successful levlval service
was conducted at the Simpson Meth
odist Episcopal chinch last evening,
Itev J. 1!. Sweet preaching.
The lecture of A. V. Bower at the
Scianton Stieet Baptist chuich next
Filduy evening intimites to be a tieat.
Tlie funeial of a young child of Mr.
and Mis. Herbert McNeil, of -I35 North
Main avenue, will take place tills af
ternoon. II. B. Anthony, of Mont Clair, Va.,
Is the guest of West Side fi lends.
The Pennsylvania (31ee club will go
to Washington on March 4. Tlie club
lias among Its niombeis many good
At tho parsonage- of tho ITnlversallst
church, central city, yesteiday after
noon at 4 o'clock Miss Miy L. Beeis, of
Meullleld couit, and Homy Giles, of
South Main avenue, weie wedded
by Rev. F. AV. Whlppon. Tho
young couple aie enjoying a wedding
visit at Biooklyn, Susquehanna county.
Mis. S. E. Pettlit, of Jackson stieet,
J'as l convened fiom a dangeious Illness.
Mlsc Sandois and Miss Bortwlck, of
Avoca, have lotuined homo after a
Msit to Mr. and Mis. A. F. Bisbing, of
AVest Lackaw anna a enue.
Miss Maigaret Gibbs, of South Main
avenue, has letuined fiom a visit to
AVlll Cllnyor and AVill "ietz, of West
nttston, called on AVest Sldo friends
Choice cut flowers and flower de
Flgns at Palmer & McDonalds, Gil
AVest Siilo ItusiiiGss Directory.
IIAIIRIKT J. DAVIS, ri.OHIST.-Cut
llowers and funeial designs a specialty;
101 South Main aenue; two doors from
MORGAN'S PHARMACY, 101 X. MAIN
avenue. Ph) gleams' preset iptlons eaio
fully piepuied from wan anted puie
dings and chemicals. A line assortment
of trusses, lino statloneiy, liliink books,
Randall stains, mixed paints oi fancy
woik, artists' rniateilals. window glass,
wall paper and plctuiu moulding. Cleik
at stoiu all houis of night.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE-Cnsli for
anything you luivo to soli Fuinituie,
Stoes, Tools, etc. Call and see tho
stock of J. c. King, 701 to 7u3 AVest Lack
Jonas Gllger, the second eldest resident
of Shainokln, died Moniluv. He was "S
jeais of age and had assisted In the woik
or electing many of Shaniokln's oldest
buildings. He served one teiin us chief
Mls Cecilia A. Roland died at the home
of her sister, Mrs. Thomas Flynn, kuJ
Piovidunee toad, Monday afternoon. Tho
funeial will take place this morning at I)
o'clock lnteiineiit In Hyde Paik Catho
Bridget, the '.Mvoeks-old daughter ot
Mr. anil Mis. Thomas Walsh, of 1KH Main
nenue, l'lovltlenee, died yesterday, 'lhe
funeial will take place this afternoon at
'J.SU o'clock. Inteiment In Hyde Park
Albion Hallett, aged 37 years, died .Mon
day at his home between Moscow and
Dalctllle. He was mini ltd and Is sur
vived bv his wire. The funeial will take
place Thius'iluv at 'J p. in. fiom the Dale
vlllia Methodist Piotestaut chinch.
AVIIllam II. Watson, formally and lor
many vcar a resident of Susquehanna,
whole he was a loi email In the Rile shops,
died in New A'oik on Friday afternoon,
aged CJ ycais. He Is suivlled by th
widow and two sons. The funeial will oc
cur fiom the lesldencu of C. E. Whitney,
in Susquehanna, this afternoon.
George, the bright and Interesting
9-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ean Wat
kins, of Avoca, died yesteiday morning
at I o'clock after a few weeks' illness ot
brain feer. Deceased was the eldest of
a lamlh oT seveial small cliililien Tlie
funeial will take place tomouow af tor
noon at 2 o'clock. Sen Ices will be eon
ducted at the Primitive Methodist chur-li.
Inteiment will be made in Marcy cemetery-
Dai Id D. Phillips died Monday morning
at his home at Gordon, Schuylkill oount,
of cancer ol the stomach. Mr. Phillips
was conspicuous in Republican politics.
local, county and state, liaMng neon
school dlicctor, county chaliman and icp
ieetntlvc. He was the leadei or the
Welsh people of the SchuvlkiU legion and
the iepiesentatle of the Quay taction.
He was boiu In Wales llfty yeais ago.
The death or .Michael Ammand occuircd
last evening at about X.'M o'clock In the
lesldenco of the deceased at 1-0 Linden
stieet. Ml. Ammand was born in Gei
manv elghty-foui jeais ago and is sur
vived by a wile and tlnee daughteis, w'ki
ate Mis. V. Mlchalbach, of lilnghamlon;
Mis. C. Luther, of this city, and Mis.
Jacob DIeso, of Cailiondale. Anange
ments for tho tuneial huvu not et been
Mis. Mary Duffy, aged C2 years, died
esteida morning at hi'thoine, Idol Jack
son stieet. She was hoi n in Comity Gal
way, Iieland, and came to Pittston when
a gill, movliitf to Wlllles-lluile shoitly al
tci wauls, whole she lesiUed until less
thou a sear ago. She Is survived by one
brothel, Martin l.eilcn, of New A'oik,
and a daughter, Miss Mniy DutC, who lc
slded with her. The funeial will take
place Thin sday inoinlug at !) SI o'clock
from St Patrick's chinch. Interment
will be made in Pittston.
Andiew Raumgniten, one of Pottsvlllc's
oldest and best known eai pouters and
bulldeis, Uiopped over and died in a few
minutes at St. John the Baptist chinch
Siindas moinlng. Mr. llaumgaiten was
n victim of apoplexy. He was about i7
cais old, was bom In Germany, and came
to this counti when a vei young man.
He settled 111 Pottsvllle in the eaily ill
ties and established his business as a
caipenter and builder. Ho put up many
or the line, .substantial lesldences uu I
business' places of I'ottsvllle and bin -loundlng
towns and was geneially very
Harry Hush, well known in tills city,
died at the City hospital, Wllkes-Haiie,
at G o'clock on Sunday eenlng of a com
plication of diseases, after six w ecus'
illness He was W jeais ol age and came
to Wilke-,-Uai i e fiom New A'ork twenty
tin ee yeais ago, seeming employment In
the clothing stole ot the late Simon
Jacobs Later he opened a hat stoie at i0
Public Squaie, but meeting with icveises
he was compelled to close and letuin to
clerking. For the past two yeais he had
be'en engaged in the accident and lift 'n
suiance business. Deceased has no i na
tives living except his father, who is an
Inmate of the Jewish home for old people
in New Voik. The funeral was held yes
terdav atteinoon, with Inteiment In the
Jewish cemeteiy, at Hanover.
Roaring Rrook conclave, No. 211, lm
pioved Order of lleptusophs, held a meet
ing last night In Htort's hall on Alder
stieet, After tho regular older of busi
ness wns transacted, the following of
fice! s wore Installed by Dlsttlet Deputy
Walter V. Hcndilcks, of Piovldcnco:
Past urchoh, A. A. Mosleyj nrchon, l'etcr
J. Rclf; provost, Anthony,.!. Miildoilp;
piolate, Patrick R. CaiiipbCII; secretary,
Martin J. Hlgllnj llnnnclcn, Robert M.
Hcaiiey; tieasuier, Geoige Fiablo; Inspec
tor, Giuge Fassold; wnidol, John J.
Sweeney; sentinel, Stephen Gaven; trus
tees, Chillies J Schouicr; Michael J. Rud
dy, Rlchaid Kelly. At the eloe or tho
Installation Mr. Hendricks delivered nil
Instuicllie uddiess. After he Ilnlshcd io
freshnients were seived, during which
time music was furnished by the Moznit
Hither club. The following vlsllois were
ptesent fiom Seranton eonchne: J. S.
Miller and William P. Fennej Gieen Ridge,
M. M. Bennett, H. D. Hele, M. P. Rich
mond, David Spilng and P. E. White.
Re. E. J. Melley and Rev. J. A. Mot
tit, Miss Annlu Howling, Maigaict Roach,
Mr. and Mis. Peter Menlck and John and
Dennis Rtiaiie weie In Carboiulalo yes
tcnhi.s attending the ceiemonles In which
Miss Kate Uunni and Miss llcsslo Mer
rick took the Una) vows and weio ac
knowledged blsteis of the Imuiueuhite
Ileal t. Tho foimcr will bo hoieatter
known as Sister t'athailne, the latter as
Slstei -Maty Dald.
Mis. Jnnies McGulgan, ol Ulrney ae
liue, who has been siilleilng duilng tlie
past week fiom a seeie attack ot i hell-
matlsm, Is lecowilng.
A'esteiilay James Tuhlll, or Pittston ave
nue, left lor Philadelphia, accompanied
bv his In other fiom Pittston, who Is to
undelgo an opeiatlon In the Unlveislty ot
Edward Kobliihon Is visiting in Eliza
beth, X J.
The untl-sewerltes will hold a meeting
In St John's hall tonight.
This afttrnoon the Ladles' Aid society
of the Ccthu Aonue Methodist eluiich
will hold a meeting In their looms at the
Jerry l.enahan, of Hotieilole, spent
Tues'ilay iifteinoon and owning with An
diew Rest, at Hotel Best, on Cedar ave
nue. Chaibs Rorhilg icturned ycsteidnv at
tei an extended visit in Haiilsbiug.
The 1. W. T. club wl give an "evangel"
seivice Thin silnv evening at S o'clock, at
the looms, 10J1 Cedai avenue. A most
unique piogrnmme will be cnirled out.
Von must come and see just whit It will
be. liilng someone with oil. The fol
lowing Is tho musical progi amine to be
Piano solo Miss Mnmlo Roland
Tilo, piano, lolln, cornet,
Miss Rossle Myeis, Fled Jones and Chas
Misses llcsslo Mvors and Mimic Goililaid.
Uailtone solo Ficd Pettj
Piano solo , Miss Emma Geiecke
Choice cut flowers and dower de
signs at Palmer & McDonalds, 514
Fchool building was deferred until inxt
meeting. The committee appointed to sco
to tho piepaiatlon or buildings for tem
poral)' schools icported the Horan &
Hcaley building on Chestnut street, and
tho Chilstlnn chinch building on Tilpp
avenue, to be In perfect condition, 'Iho
school will bo opened today. Miss Maria
AVebbor will hnvo charge of the Tripp ne
nue building and Miss Ella Seott will have
ehaige or the Chestnut street building.
The board, adjourned to meet Tuesday
evening, March 2.
Tho council met In tho borough build
ing last evening, n)l members being pres
ent with tho exception ot Haggerty, who
Is confined to his homo with pneumonia.
Medwny was elected chairman, pro. torn.
The minutes of Inst mooting wcto read
and approved. M. S. Knight icported
that he had tho maps and specifications
of tho new sewer complete and asked
council to appoint u committee to act 'is
viewers to assess the damages on tho land
which will be required for the said sewer.
The I ejioi t fiom the board of health was
received and placed on Hie. Tho petition
of the Electric Telephone company, ask
ing tho pilvllege of stringing wiles on
the streets, avenues und ulleyft of the bor
ough, overhead, met with some opposition
on the p.ut of Mr. Welsh, lie wanted to
hne a clause Inseited In the oidllianco
which will compel the company to place
Its wbos undeigiound IT the council
should desire to hao that done It wus
overruled b McAllister, Hal per and Med
wu). A petition was picsented to tho
council In opposition of the elect) Ic light
being moved fiom Center nnd Franklin
streets to Mordon and Waul streets, which
wns upiuoved Tho chief or police's tlmf
sheet for the past month amounted to $00
The time sheet of the street commission
er for the mouth of January nmounted to
$1012.".. Harper asked that Mis. Chrlstlo
Mollltdio exonerated rrom hair no taxes
for the jear MX. In regaul to the matter
of Dan Powell, council agieed to icfer
tho matter to aibltiatlon, nfter which the
council adjourned to meet next Tuesdu)
evening at 7 30 o'clock.
THOMSON TO SUCCEED R0UERTS.
OF OCEAN LINERS
The Great Eastern Will Probably Soon
EIGHT NEW A0NSTER STEAMERS
I'hcyAro in (JtJursu ol' Construction
nnd AVlll He Crcntcr Than Any Ves
sel .Vow Alloiit--Momo luloicslliig
Details Concerning the Xow Ships,
Tin! Tonnage t'nuueity.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
x ALL THIS WUilKi
WAITE'S COMEDY CO.
AND GRAND OIICHESTUA.
Iiery Afternoon ot a O'Clock. Uvcry Uc
Mls Ed'th Richards was tendcied a
pleasant suipile paity list evening by a
niimbci of her young fi lends at hei home
on Oak stieet. Those piesent weie Haiah
Sheldon, Saiah Homy, liessle Rdwanls,
Hi ll.i Hauls, Rebeeiu Hauls, Sadie Ed
win ds, Livlna Hauls, Lulu Sliinus, I.I.Jle
Jehu, Nellie Tibon, Maggie Jehu, Da id
James, Dannie Thomas. Etllo Ewius, Ev
an Williams, Willie Williams, Willie Jen
kins, bldiio) Chapped and Dannie Allgooil
The Noith End Sturs and Tuinei h isket
ball teams will contest for supiomacy this
o oiling In Company II nimory. This will
be the second In a seiles of games be
tween those teams. In the last game the
Stais weie defeated by a score or I to 0
One or D. D Jones S. Son's teams ol
horses, attached to the ambulance, inn
away Sestet ria) and dashed Into a beer
wagon owned b) Cusp) & Kell), and eil
ously Injuiod one of the hoi or attached
to the heei wagon.
P.itiolman John Duggan has lesumod
woik aftei an Illness of a few days.
Mi. and Mrs. Michael Maloney mil T.
II. C. Mulone) hae letuined fiom I'ltts
ton, whole the) spent the past low das s.
John Gallaghei, of Putnam stieet, Is
leeoveilng fiom a oilous lllnets.
Miss Mollle Hannon, who died a few
da)s ago, was burled yesterday afternoon
In. tho Hyde Paik Cithollc cemetery.
Mis. Luke Evans, of Wayne avenue, has
lecoveied fiom her leeenl Illness.
The Women's Relief coipsof thl3 sec
tion seived a tia to mombeih of the Re
lief coips of tho ccntial city at tho home
ol Mis. Joshua Thomas, on Wood stieet,
The weeks' Pentecostal services will be
gin In the I'lIiuitKe Methodist chinch on
East Miuket stieet at 10.GO a. m. and 7 p.
in. noxt Sunday. Rev. Dr. J. S. Dempt
ster, tho eloquent Pentecostal evangelist,
POISONED BY THE PUDDING.
All thu Family Sei.od witli Illness
Alter Tlioir Supper.
St. Louis, Fob. 2. Mis. AVIIllam Fiye,
AVlfe of a huckster living at 2817 Frank
lin avenue, piepaied u dish of coin
meal pudding for supper this evening.
All thu family ate of it and weie ill
within nn hour.
At 8 o'clock ono of tho three children
died and the otheis cannot live. Tho
patents cue in a ctitlcal condition.
The attending physlolnn says the fam
ily was poisoned. Theio is no suspic
ion of crime in the matter.
SHOT BY A DETECTIVE.
AVIlllnin Driimgonli! Will I'robnhly
Die fiom His Injuries,
Philadelphia, Feb. 2. A man was de
tected pilfering In AVanamaker's stole
late this afternoon. Ho was followed
to tho street by .AVIIllam II. McCalley,
who Is employed as a detective at tho
store, and who ordeied the man to
Tho sad Intelligence' of tho death of Mis3
Kittle A. Ill own, of this city, a, the home
of her sister, Mis. Lawienee'J. Keiilgan,
In M.issllon. O, was received hcio yes
terday. She left hole Jan. 7 last in tho
full enjoyment of health and happy In
tho anticipation of a pleasiuable visit of
two mouths among hoi elatles in that
placo and Cleveland, O. On the way
thither she contiacted a cold, and within
two days aftei her ni rival she was stilert
en down with a soiloiis bionehlal Illness.
For a week hei life was dospuhed of, but
she revived and continued to Impiove
slowly nnd blight hopes of her iccoveiy
weie ontertfUned, Lust Filday she was
thought to be quite out of danger, but
tho good signs were delusive, lor soon
aftei wards she began to sink again and
)iiteiday morning she passed peacefully
aw a). The leuiains will be brought heio
Thin sday afternoon and will lepose at tho
home of hei slstei. Mis. James A Mellon,
of Noith Seventh street, until Filday
inoi ning, when they will he lcmoied to
Iloncsdulo for Inteiment In the family
plot In the Catholic cemeteiy at that
place. Tho deceased was 10 years of ago
She was bom In Honesdalo and spent her
childhood days theie, but tho later yeais
of her young llfo weie spent In this city,
she making her home with hei slstei,
Mis. Mellon, aftei tho death of her moth
er. Foi the past year sho was employed
at McLanc's rnllllneiy store, and beloie
that was a eleik at Claiko Rios.' stoie
on tho West Side. She had a very ex
tended acquaintance and wns popului with
evoiy one who knew her. Ior icmuik
ablo laightness nnd vivacity attracted
everyone to her and made her n favoiito
In every circle In which sho moved. Her
Immediate companions will inoiiin her us
a beloved slstei. In her case, most apt Is
tho adage, "The Klng of Shadows loves
a shining maik."
Pour .Murderers Sentenced.
Sawta Fo, N. M., Feb, 2. Fiank and
Antonio Rorrego, Sarluno Darld and Pa
trlco A'plencla, tho four conspbators who
murdoied ex-Sheilft Frank Chavez, and
whoso conviction wus leeently ultlrmed by
tho Prrltod Stutes supieme couit, have
been resentenced to ho bunged Feb. 2J.
Ruigess Dan Powell.
Treasuioi Louis Rnsle.
Tax collectoi W. E. Coirell.
Counoilmen C. II. Weber alid William
School dlt ectors Jen y McPeek and
Moses K. Kellum.
Stieet Commlslonei George Jackson.
Audltots Hany Wlntets and P. M.
Justice of the Peace A. A. Kiotzer.
Mrs. AVIIllam R. Smith gave a dinner
and leceptlon In honor of her slstei, Miss
A. Mollis, of West Pittston, yesteiday nt
toinoon at hoi home on lilakely .di 3-t.
Those present Weie Mis. llnny Samuel,
Mis. C. Gllliln. the Misses Cilia AVIntoi
steln, Ray Davis, Mai) Davis, Hael Whi
te) stein and George Long and Thonrts
Monls. The house was veiy piettlly dec
orated, the decoiatlons being pink and
Miss Jennie Gulnney and Fiank Ring
ham weie quietly mauled at the Method
ist Episcopal pui.-onuge by Rev. C. II.
Ha)es Alonday evening at KM) o'cli"k.
The bride woie a handsome ibess of while
lansdowiie. with peail ti (minings, chif
fon and lace . Mr. and Mrs. Ulngliuiu me
both jiopular young peuide of this boiougli,
and thcli many fi lends wish them an
abundance of joy and piospeiity.
Mis .1. G. Gollatt, of Joisey City, N. J.,
Is the guest of Mi. anil Mis, J. H. Rton
son of rim stieet
The school boaid held Us logulnr month
ly meeting last night in the high ohool
building All tho meinbeis weie ptesent.
W. C. Lund, epiosentlng "Hlstoiy lot
Ready Refeicme," was piesent and guve
an exhibition of tills book. A sot of the
works was. unleied sent for approval and
repoit on sunio will be made at nnt meet
ing. A petition was picsented by Allse
Gallaghei, Hastings, Flannelly und .Mc
Donald, of No. 1 building, asking for iu
ineieuse ol V pe) month In their biil.it lea.
After a consideration of the mutter u
motion was made by Mi. Rionson, becond
ed by Mi. Wilson, to the effect that the
salailes bo not Inei eased. This motion
pievalled. Complaints were leeelvod from
all tho school buildings legardlng 'ho
poor coal they weie lecelvlng. Tho su
peilntendent wns given power to act In
the matte). Rills amounting to $J00 were
oideied paid. Tlie siipetlntendent asked
the 1 io.i id to appoint M. 11. Joidcn ptiiit'i
pul of No. 1 building, but tho mutter wus
itferred buck to him w'th the suggestion
that ho uso his own judgment. Tho mi
petlntendeiit asked for an uppropilatlon
of J2J0 to be used for putchuslng a now
set of supplemental)' loadeis and tho up
propilatlon was allowed. Janitor John
Paylon, of No. 1 building, complained of
a gHiig of young men who are In tho hunlt
of coming each evening to night school
simply to have fun. They hove become
so uuno)liig of late that he was compelled
to bring tho matter before the bourd, In
fututo If they distill b the night schools
they will bo urrested. The matter of pur
chasing a plot for the election of a new
Will llo Settled lit the .Uniting of
IN'iinsy Directors Today.
Philadelphia, Feb. 2. In tho Piotest
aut Episcopal chin eh at St Asaph at
Hala, a suburb, theio gatheiod this al
'teinoun a large and sin lowing thtong
to uaitlelnnte In the son lee foi the
buiial of the dead, as conducted oven
tho body of Gomgo D. Robeits, tho
late piesident of tho Pennsylvania
Railioad company. It was an assem
bly tliotoiighly lopiosentntive of lead
ing men of the countiy in almost all
the walks of llfo. The weather was
very dlsagieoablo, a heavy lain and
snow falling thioiighout the day.
The genoal ollicors of tho Pennsyl
vania Railiond company weie closed at
1 p. in., In older to give the employes
an oppoi tunlty to attend tho sot vices.
Governor Hastings ni lived ft inn Hur
jlsburg shottly after noun and attend
ed the services in company with tho
At tho lesldenco of the deceased
ptlor to the chinch seivice those most
Intimately associated with Mr. Rob
oils duilng his life time joined with
the family and tho Intimate fi lends
and l datives In the last oillees. The
sen ice at the house was begun shoitly
after 2 o'clock. All the honotniy pall
beareis weie present.
The body was then taken to the
chut eh, whoie the sol vices was rend
by Rev. S. D. McConnoll, of Ibooklyn.
Rlshop AVhltakor load the lesson In
conclusion. The bishop nlso load the
coniniital service at the tomb In Lam el
II III cemeteiy.
The houoiary pr.ll bearers weio as fol
lows' Alexander M. Fox, Alexander
Riddle, N. Paikor Slioi ti Idge, William
H. Rarnes, Gooigo AVood, C. Ktiin.it I'at
terson, Elllngham D. Munis, dhectius
of the l'Limsjlvanla Railioad company,
Chauiicey M. Depew, piesident Now
A'oik Cential and Hudson River lall
luad; Paniuol Sloan, inesldont Dela
waio.v Lackaw anha and AVestein ). ill
road; E. 1J. Thomas, president Erie
railt nail; John K. Cow on, inesldont
Baltimoio and Ohio lailioad; M. E.
Iimalls, piesident Chesapenhe and Ohio;
C. D. Ashle), piesident Wabasb, E P.
AVIlbur, piesident Lehigh A'nlley; Chas.
P. Claik, piesident Now A'oik, Now
Havtn und Hiiitfoid railioad, Chailes
M. Hayes, gonoial manager Giand
Tiunk railroad; E. E. Peikln, inesl
dont Chicago, Euillr.gton and Qulncy
tallioad, Joseph II. Hauls, president
Philadelphia and Reading, Gooigo
Blanehaid, Trunk lli.o commissioner,
J. Pioipont Moignn, of New A'oik; AVII
llam C. A'an Hot n, president Canadian
Pacific; Chuiles Lanier, piesident
Fitt-i ut'g, Foil Wayne and Chicago;
Chalks F. Mayer, of lialtimoic; Jo
seph Choate, Jncob 11. .Schlff and James
Speyoi, of Now A'oik; George C Thomas,
Philadelphia, Fiank Thomson, lust
vice piesident; John P. Gieen, second
vice piesident; Cliailes E. Pugh, thltrl
vice piesident; J. C. 'Slnis, societal),
D. S. Now hall, assistant societal)
Pennsylvania inllioad, James McCrcn,
first vice piosidont; J. Ewlng Rrooks,
second vice ptohldont, John K. David
son, thlid vice pieslaent, Joseph AVood
foitli, lce piesident of the Penns)!
vania company, and the follow Ing heads
of vai ions dc pin tmonts of the company
Samuel Roa, Robot W. Smith, AVIIllam
A. Pattern, AVIIllam II. Hiown, Then..
N. Ely, S. M. Piovost, James A. Logan.
J. H. Hutchinson, It. AV. Downing. AVil-
ltatn 11 Joyce, J. It. Wood. John C.
Philadelphia, Fob. 2. When tho fam
ous old Rtltlsh steamship Gloat East
em was bxikcn up for junk It wus
thought she-would never bo duplicated,
but the size and tonnage of now vessels
is constantly Inooasid until at no dis
tant day the old inotmich will bo dupli
cated In eveiy paitlculnr. Eight mon
ster stoameis are now building In Eu
xipo and shipping people the woild over
ate watching the developments with in
When the length of vessel Is stated In
Ilguies no adequate Idea of theli Im
mense piopoitlons is conveyed. If tho
biggest one, with a length ol fill) feel,
could bo stood on Its stem It would t ls
higher than the Washington monument
at the capital. All of them would tow
er fiom 2."0 to ;!50 fiet above tho sky
scrapers of Now A'oik. The St. Paul
building, now the tallest sttuctuie In
the niottopolls, could bo placed In the
hull nf one of tho ships and the vessel
would bo,onl) half full. To lead ono of
tho nionstorrt with n lull caigo of gialn
It would loqultu the yield from 40,000
acres ol land; a good sized county. This
ninount of gialn would need 12"0 inll
ioad cars for Us transportation, mak
ing ovet CO tiauis of 20 cats each. If
one won' In bo loaded with soft coal she
would need the contents of 1000 big hop
pots. Each vessel is capable of cai ty
ing enough food to give a pound pack
ago ol Hour, colfoo or meat to over half
the population of those United States,
or to bo exact li.iCO.OOO pounds Woie It
possible to load olio with boor In bulk
sho would entry l.'.OOO.OOO gallons, al
most enough to give two gallons to
everybody in g) outer Now Voik
Thursday, Friday, Saturday,
Feb. 4, 5, atid C,
Tho Model Htirlcsquo nud Spoctaculnr
LONDON GfliETY GIRLS
PiesnntliiR, Atno'12 a Host of other Nov
cities, thu Luuy Cltnmplon btig-
l'unclicr of tho World,
MISS ROLLA WHITE,
AVho Challenges Jim Corbot ut llng-Punchlng,
AStllotly Hollaed Act.
The Pour Chill Widows, The llpnotle (In
Mittc. 'Hie rrllhv Dnncc. 'lhe Dunclni;
Dolls Ten Illg Specially Acts. 'I went)
Merr-lHnkinK Maiden. A Mighty Show.
Admission 30, 130 or 30 Cents.
Two performances dally. Doora open at
1.30 and 7. Curtain rises at 2.30 and 8.15.
If I'xponsc Is No Object Why Not
Have the Best'
IIKKK THEY ARE:
Wiigncr & Kchii Managers
John I.. Kerr, Acting Manager.
WIllJNnSUAY, 1-111. -,
A Drumallc l:cnt,
Assisted by MAP.IU WAINWKItlltT. nnd tlio
Strongest Organization In Amorlcn, In-
cliulltiif (!. W. Cotildock Torreit Hob-
itisnn, llrynn l)oualnn,,Tosei)h Alton,
Alf. J'rstiklyit, Allen nvims.Uar-
ollni) Hampton and Others.
I'roii'iitlng a I'lny of In-
tonso tittorost Kntltlod
With Appropriate Scenic Picture,
Witgncr "tltcis. .'ManncorH. .
John I.. Kerr, Acting Alanagcr.
TWO PIIKPOKAIANCKS, SATURDAY, I'LH. 6
Mnlincc at a, 30 levelling tit 8 15.
Engagement IxtrnordliKiry Tho Oro.it N.Y.
Lyceum Theater Suceoss,
THE PRISONER OF ZENOA
Dratnatlzod fiom Anthony IIopo's famoui
romauco, by Kilvviud Hoo. (I'roJuced by r
rntiKoinviit with Jlr. Dniiliil Frolmmii, Mgr. K
Y. I.ycoum Theater.) rdatiagoinoiit of Jlr.
Ilnvlcl llnyniMM. I'lubornto b'oenlc KftectB.
llreiit Cist. Snlo of bents opous Thursday,
robruat y 4, nt U n, in.
For n Limited Purse Select
AN AllMY OF SERVANTS.
Down In the bowels of each ship will
bo 100 Htokcis and coal Dlnunois, wink
ing In gangs of :!." at a Unto, foodjng
two-scoio of futnai'o )nouths. Ten or
twolvo onglnoois will look after tho en
gines, which will have eight cylinders,
each cylinder as laigo as tho l.ilnwater
clsteins been on tho tops of houses and
shafts of stool 200 feet long and a foot
thick. Thole will bo nnothr bundled
nion employed in the three vcp.11 ate din
ing baloons nnd kitchens. In a single
voyage, with a thousand pissengcis
nboaid, these men will handle 'SXi tons
of chinking water, 50,000 pounds of 1111 at.
UCOO cans of vegetables, 20U boxes of
lemons, tlOOO pounds of butter, HO gal
lons of cioaiii, K caitloads of potatoes
and :0,000 eg-;s. Tho eight vessels will
bo built of stool and will have twin
screws. The oxtoiior size of one will
bo gioatei than any ship now alloat,
while the nlhuis villi be gt eater car
rieib than any shlp-i on the seas. The
two largest steamers .11 e to be 21 knot
vessel1-' and .ire to ti) lor the ocean rec
ni d. Following aie tlio names of tho
eight giants. The names and partliu
lais of the fiieat Hasterr. and the pres
ent laigest ships alloat aie also given
fo the sake of eompailson. The ton
nage of all the vessels Is about the
same, but the now ones are the gt cater
canlois, owing to the adoption of a
number ol new Ideas, one of which' is
the carrvlug of all passongeis above
decks by the Noith Cleimah Uoyd ships
The fust six vessels aie building for the
l.lojds and the two last ones for the
Haiiiburg-Ainet lean line.
Length. Hreaclth. Depth Ton-
Kaler Wllhelm deri
KaKor Frodeilck .... OW
Fiedcilck dor tliosse 530
Konlgln Luiso r,',n
I'enns) Iv.inla lii".
Unnamed steamer .. BSI
Great Kastern CS0
St. Paul o'r
Georgia '. jjS
SOMi: INTGUnSTINC, DHTAILS.
Tho Knlset Wllhelm dor Giose Is to
have four funnels and 28,000 horse
power In her itiaduiple engines The
Kaiser Fiederlck will have throe fun
nels nt d 24,000 horse-power. Tho four
otheis, known ns the Uaibarossa il.iss,
aio to have two funnels, nnd aie to bo
11-knot boats, except tho Hi omen.
Which will have a speed of 1,1 knots
Hncli of the Lloyds Line stoameis Is to
have tho cabin apartments doeotated
wlt,h elaboiato paintings, Ulustiatlng
Incidents In the lives of the lulets after
which the vessels aie named; allegot
ical scenes leptesenting the Oeimnn
Price to All, $75. Fully
For Rubber Stamps Patronize the
KIDDED v-TllMfi- I).
lULIULIl 01 llllll I
CHASE k FARRAR, Prop's.,
515 Linden St., Seranton, Pa
LACKAWANNA LUBRICATING CO,
1212 CAPOUSE AVE,
CALL UP 3882i
ILK OIL fii HK1I1
Ob hi "Ob
OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE.
Ml TO isi MERIDIAN STREET.
M. W. COLLINS, Manager.
u; en 13 yjo
(,l 3S U'.VN)
CD H 11,11)
wt :u 11,1X10
(.1) 31 11. W0
0) lit 11,(100
(,.! AS U WW
.' 4J 3J.0U0
si u i''J,sno
li." 37 IJ.H'iJ
r,7 :i7 u.mi
ii .. li.iiiu
(,o 31J lu.iuo
Made and Sold in Six Months, ending flarch 1, 1896,
Total Product of
ILUj II. lit Ui W
The A Mill Alone produced 1,000,000 Barrels,
Largest Run on Record.
Wilson, William .1. I.alta, AVilliam nation nnil Its hsto)y; Geiinan lanil
Seivall, Thomas H. Kcnnecly, Cleneral I
J. Wlstnr. The ac;Uvo pall beat'eis weio
olKlit old seivants of Mr. Kobeits', vhu
weie deeplj attached to lilm.
At u meetlni; ot the dllectois of the
1 Vnnsylvaiila Hailioad company to
monow they will elect Fiank Thomson,
lit st vice iue."hlent of the load, piesi
dent, to succeed the late (leoie H. Kob
eits, Mr. Thonn-on's election to suc
ceed Mr. Kobens Is In line with the
policy of the couitiany to momote Its
elllclont otllcers to the vacancies ill
lectly above thetn.
M). Tliuuibun Is ono of the best known
l.illroad men In the countiy und has
boon In the employ of the Pennsyl
vania Kallioad cnni'iany all his life,
lie enteied the Miu:s of the company
atAltoona vhen he was 1" yeais of
acre and has Ktadually woiked his way
upwaul In the last thlity-olt'ht yeais
of his llfo to the pieslckncy of the com
pany. GR0VER TIIRE-ATENS A VETO.
Sajs He Wont Sii;n tlui .lcas Iniiui
WnshlnKton, Fob. 2 Piesident Clove
land has told Senator Palmer that ho
Intends to veto the LucIku linmlgintlon
I lb. He chninoteilzed It as an "In
human," "obnoxious," nnd "altogether
Hhuuld he cany out his Inten-lcii.)
there Is no way by which the hill can
become a" law this session, as It will la
impossible to pnbs It over his veto.
ITALY IN AFRICA.
Agreement 'Phut Shu Slitill Tciiipor
nrily Itcluin Kussitlu.
London, Feb. L'. The Pome cot re
spondent of thu Dally News says that
as a result of the negotiations with
KiiKlaml for the cession of Italian pos
sessions In Noitheasteui Africa to
1-EJ'l't, it haB been anieod that Italy Is
to tcmpoiaiily notain Kassala.
scapes and full-length poitialts of the
men who hnve made the nation of
"blood ami lion." A descilptlon of tho
Fiedetlck dot Giosso will explain tho
constiuctlon nnd decoiatlvo details of
the six I.lov ds vessels.
The cabins contain accommodations
for 100 flrst-clnss passengers and 70
second-clns passeugeis; 2,300 passtn
geH In all can be-ca)iled on the steer
age decks when not noeeded I'm cargo.
In older to sepaiato caigo and passon
geis the cabin accommodations were
placed 111 a sunersti uetilie amidships,
contalnug ptnetlcally tluoo stoiles,
leaving oxtenslvo space furo nnd alt
for the bundling of cargo thiough eight
huge hatches, four In the foi wind p.ut
and four In the alter pat t of tho steam
er, piovldod with sixteen hydiaullc
cranes. On one of tho stealings the
ei anes aie winked by elect llo power.
Theu me two piomenade decks on the
supeistiuctllie, of which the lower will
solve for second-cabin passongeis and
tho upper tor Ilrst-class passengers.
The 111 st stoiy of the supeistructuio
pluced on the upper dock of tho
steamer Is 250 feet long, and extends
fiom side to sldo of the steamer Passage-ways
lun tlnough It fiom fine to
aft, ntioidlug ai ces to the accommo
dations It cnntiilns, which consist on
the stntboaid side of the second-class
stnteiooms, bath-tooms and toilet
roou)3, and on the pint side of ollleers'
ciuutcis and steeiagn hospital. Theie
are also In this story of the superstiui'
ttne two oNtenslve bnKgngo rooms foi
the first nnil second-class passengois,
m ranged In such a way as to neunlt
tho pnssengetH to have easy access to
their baggage at any time.
Wasliliurn, Crosby's Superlative Is sold everywhere rrom th
Pacific Const to St. John's, New I'ouiulliiiul, nnd in England, Ireland
and Scotland very largely, nnd is recognized as the best flour iu th
, HSJXXafil yt k A&liM J2mU aM
HAVE YOUR HORSE SHOD WITH THi
Navsrslip T03 Gal'(5,
S IIEIEI k 11
And a full Hue of iron and
steel Blacksmiths' aud Wag
If Your Horse is Shod with
Me Positively Cannot Slip
Died Tiling to Snu a Dog,
Chester, I'n Teh. 2. rinnlc Ilqwen,
aged H joars, v Green n)iU Cililwiil
streets, attoinptod to lescue a clog which
had fallen Into n ditch near Hid ley Cteolc,
when ho nllppod and fell Into tho water,
llo wus di owned heforo u successful ul
tempt could bo made to rescuu him.
THE TRIBUNE is now prepared to fill or
ders for composition on newspapers, books
pamphlets, or other publications at nioder
Mures. BUSINESS MANAGER.
H-IE DICKSON MANUFACTURINGCO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-SARRE, PA., Monufocturors of
rn P FS I
oconotivos, stationary engines, ioiiers9
liQiSTmG ad ?mmm machinery.
Osuerul Office: SCRANTON, PA.
Gometlccea necli a reliable, monthly, TPcnlotlns modlclne, Onir liarmleii Cfl4
tho purest drugs should be useJ, It you want the best, get
ThiiT aro prompt, rale an! cort&In In result. 1 he rtnulne (Dr. Teal's) nerer dLtafw
njlnt. Bout any where, 81.00. Addieii I'sxh JlEDiciac Co,, UoTeUud, O.
For salo by JOHN H. PHELPS, Pharmacist, cor. Wyomino Avenue and
Spruce Street, Seranton, Pa.