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THE SOBANTON TniBtTJtfE-TUESDAY MDKWIKGf. iTUBinTAKX J, 1S!)7.
TO SAVE HIS FATHER.
Thomas Campbell, Jr., Causes the Ar
rest of Ills Brother Who, it Seems,
Tried to Jump Ills Ball.
John Campbell, of CJiiuit menue, amis
clmiBCtl suveial months ko with the
theft of a numbet of lilticons fioin
William AllsutuiKli, of North Gaillulil
nvi'iiut?, anil uftui a hunting bofotu Al-
(Jeiinan Blii.li, Campbell s case was
Mint to couit. The Kinnil Juty foioitlit
In a mm bill, uml the uibo came up
fot tilal yestuiday. Campbell was not
thtte ami couit oidereil the shetltf to
hrrest him, and If this failed, the ball
of $500 was to lie foi felted to the com
monwealth A sheriff's ollleoi looked
for Campbell yesteiday tiioitiliiK, but
he (ould not be found The net act
of the authorities was to take meas
ures to collect the ball Heie 13 where
the ecltuiiietit was
Thomas Campbell, tho man who
went John Campbell's ball, Is the
young man's fnthei The elder Camp
bell Is now bins abed, ha lnjj biokeu
his leR a few weeks ok In older to
save his father's $".00, anothei son,
Thomas Campbell, Ji , went heforp Al
deiman Blnli jesteiday afternoon and
ewoio oul n. wan ant Coi the an est of
his liinthcr. John, clmti'lnir him with
ivnutnpr the case, and the wnti.mt
States that Campbell is about to leave
the count. Special Otllter John Jones
found John Campbell last nlht and
lit was in tested, and in due time
locked In the station house.
voLt'NTnnns snitvn nunNns
Ovei 400 tickets wele taken in at the
welcome supper seied last evenliiK
nt the nmior of 1'ost 2, Volunteeis of
Ameifcn This lie's at least $40 cleat,
CAPTAIN S YS JOHNS
ns tho only expenditure was 28 cents
for milk, Eeij one of the many
delicacies sencd weic ton'.tlbuted b
tlie good people of the West Side The
suppei was in the torm of a welcome
to Captain and Mis S W Johns,, who
aie now In charge of the post. Thcli
ettoits weie wot thy of tecogiiltlon, and
tho membeis of the post aiianged the
Suppei The opening houi was at
o'clock and fiom that time until 10
o'clock the tables were occupied most
of tho time Tho walti esses weie
Misses Hattle Hrooks, Get tie Young,
Miss Slot int., Mis William Williams,
Mrs. E D. Capwoll, Miss Kate Lewl,
Mis. William Young, Mis Jan Is, Mts
William Jones, Mis, James Mortis,
Mis John Piled, Mrs.. D. Price, Mrs
James Lew Is.
MARTIN GURRELL BURIED.
The funeral of the late Mat tin Gui
rell cstetda afternoon fiom his late
residence, on Van Huron menue, was
et hugely attended Many beauti
ful floi.il tilbutes wete placed about
the collln of the man w ho died under
such unfoitunato clteumstanees The
pall-beat ejs were M Madden, T. Tlgue,
M Skelle, John Culkln, Joseph Gui
ld! aipl M Lee Interment wns made
In Hyde Paik Cathollo cem'Iejy.
WILL CHANGE THEIR QUARTERS
Tho West Side Wheelmen aie not
satisfied with theli piesent suite ot
looms on South Main aenue, and It
has been decided to make a change as
soon as other quniters can be secured.
The piesent club house Is on the sec
ond floor of a building, and It Is veiy
Inconvenient for the wheelmen who
wish to keep an ee on theli machines.
An I'ffott will be made to i'ent the
building on Jackson stteet next to the
HOW TO RECEIVE TREATMENT
Regaidlng Satutdaj evening's meet
ing of the Hospital asioeiation, Mr
Twining In last ovenlnu's Times sas
The societal y was Instiuctcd to make
clear to the public, thtough tho piecs,
that In case of an accident, patients
could bo biought dliect to tho hospital
without an oidei from phjslclin or
dliector; bioken limbs, cuts or injutles
of nnj desciiption lequliing immediate
attention. These ate called emergens
In honor of tho blithdn aunlverrniy
of their dnughtei, Miss Jessie Owen,
Mr. and Mis. W. B Owen, of Oak
Btieet, Taylor, last evening entettnlnud
a company of filends. Rev. Thomas
do Gtuchy, paBtot of tho Jackson
Btreet Baptist chutch, and wife weie
among the guests Tho evening was
Pleabantly passed. Waltei Pilnce and
Peter Pi ice, of Tailor, lendeied selec
tions on tho clntlonet and piano
Luncheon was served.
NOTES AND PERSONALS
Piofessor Geoige Howell, superin
tendent of public schools, will lectin e
Wednesday en enlng before West Side
conclave o Heptasophs at theli meet
ing In Robot t Motrls hall on the sub
ject, "Words "
Rev. D J, MacGouldtlck will lecture
tomorrow evening on a literal y topic
befote the membeis of St Btenden
council, Noting Men's Institute
Anion James, fotmeily of Montana,
has staited a mat bio cuttlngiwotks on
Belovuo Heights, at tho Bame place
where eight jeni.s ago, befoie ho left
for the west, he conducted a similar
Judge II. M Edwards has been elect
ed dliector of the West Side Hospital
association in placo of D. M. Jones,
The Elite class social at Mears hall
op Feb, 10 Is being anxiously awaited
by West Sldo joung people. 'Hie af
fair will bo even more splendid than
any previous social.
Mr. and Mis. Philip Williams, of La
fayutto stieet, entertained friends last
Cholco cut flowers and flower de
signs at Palmer & McDonalds, 514
William B. Prosser, of North Hyde
Park nVetuic, has accepted a position
with tho I'litdentlal lnsuinnce com
pany. Wo laundry stiff collars with soft
button holes. Costal Laundry.
The Eddie Loid lefeued to recently
as having been at rested on a charge
of stealing, Is not the young son of
12, K. Lord, of Lafayette Btreet.
Tho latest and best stylos. Roberts,
120 North Maine.
Tho funeral of the late Thomas J.
lioan will tnke place on Wednesday
at tot noon at '2 o'clock from the family
tesldence, coiner of Swotlund htteet
and Not th Main avenue. Intel inent
will be, made nt Potest Hill cemetery
Dr. V Y. Harrison, Dentist; Mears
Hall. 113 S. Main avenue.
cht Sldo Hltsiuess Dlirctor).
HAIllllET J. DAVIS, rLOUtST.-Cilt
llowors nti'l funetal designs n spofclnltj ;
101 South Mnln avenue; two doors from
M01tC!AN"S I'HAUMACY, 101 N. MAIN
avenue 1'liyslulnns' piescrlptlons cire
fully piepnrcd fiom warranted pure
diuns und chemicals. A line absortment
of trusses, lino statlotiuiy blank books,
ninlsli stains, mixed paints or fancy
wotk, ai lists' mulct luls, window Kluts,
wull paper and plctuie mouldlnu;. Clerk
nt storo all hours nf night
SncOND HAND rUKNlTUItn-Cnsh for
nntlilnK ou have to sell. Furniture,
Stows, Tool, etc. Call and see the
stock of J. C. King, 701 to "09 West Lack
DRUG CLERK'S GOOD EYE
lie Picked Out a Alan He Thought Con
templatcd SuicideTurned Over
to the Police.
Another oao of the suicide of a de
spondent by poison was only pi evented
last night 1 a good guess on the pait
of Ding Clerk ri utile Heavers, of Phelps
A well diessed man of thlity-flve
ye.ils came Into (he dilig stole at 8
o'clock and exhibiting some staltiB oil
the sleeve of his coat asked foi two
ounces of chloiofoim for the puipose
of lemovlng the slailis One of the boys
In tho stole void him the ding. Mr.
lieavois, who was wilting at a desk In
the ieni of the stoic h ippened to look
up and notlved something peculiar in
the customers actions When he had
gone out, Heaveis went to the cletk and
asked him what he had sold the man
who just left.
Upon being Infoimed that It was chlo
iofoim he dashed out after him Ho
caught sight of him enteilng Lohmnnn's
and follow ed him The man took a
drink and then left going to the West
minster lieavets keeping at his heels all
the time and wondeitng how he Was
going to stop the suicide, which hu now
111 ml believed was tho purpose of the
tnnn w lth the poison In his pocket The
man took another dilnk at the bar
and then staited fot the stnltway pie
suiuiblv to go to his room. Beaveis
lushed ovei to the elerk and Piopiietor
McPride and snld "That man Is acting
qucoily and he has two ounces of chlo
rofoim In his pocket "
Mi Moliildo and the cleik rushed out
Into tho hallway and captuted him. He
denied that he had bought an poison
oi that he intended to do away with
himself. Mi. MoHilde however wns not
to be put off and aftui a shoit stiugglo
succeeded In lotcefullj taking the chlo
iofoim Horn the would-be suicide's
pocket Then they handed him ovei to
the police thinking It best to lock him
up for the nlsht to jiuvent him fiom
He Is icgisteied at the Westminster
as C. W Moseley, of Sjiacuse, and
his business Is soliciting tinde fot a
building and loan association of that
city He came heie two weeks ago
and has been di Inking heavily all the
Last night ho went to Pioprietot
McRiide and asked him to advance
him some cash, but Mr. MeUrlde de
clined to give it to him on account of
his condition and advised him to go to
bed Moseley tinned on his heel, and,
it Is thought, went dliect to the drug
stoie, foi It was only about ten minutes
befote he was back with the chloro
foim. Those about the hotel .say that
Moseley has been veiy despondent of
late, ns If some heavy tiouble was
weighing on his mind His heavy
dtliiKlng, It Is supposed, Is due to
an attempt to "dtown his sonow "
At the station house he caused an
other big commotion b giving an un
earthly jell and making a noise ns'if
he was choking. When Desk Setgeant
llldgeway ai lived at his cell ho found
him s'l etched on the bunk bieathing,
heavily. The prisoner In the next cell
was suie the man had "taken some
thing" The Hoot was seaiched foi an
empty v Inl, but no v lal was found.
Police Suigeon W. J. rulton was sent
for and aftet a thoiough examination
stated that the man had taken nothing
except an ovei dose of whisky.
MISS OALLAND C0A1ING.
Ue Seen nt Acndcini of .llusic
Xext .Monday ij;lit.
Miss Bei tha Galland, who was foi
merlv n lesldent of this city and who
has a host of fi lends here, will be at
the Academy of Music next Monday
night "iipported by a company that has
been selected with gieat caie. She will
give an act of each of four plays, "Ro
meo unci Juliet," ' The School lor Scan
dal," "Macbeth" and "Leah, the Fot
saken." Thce will be given with fine
costumes, music and suitable scenerj.
Till" will be hei Hi st appeniance on
the stage In this cltj but the notices
she- has lecelved fiom the ptets- in tho
cities In which she has appealed Indi
cate that she Is a young woman of raie
Miss Galland'B costumes weie spec
lallj designed and made last summer
and eaily tall liom the nlctutes seen
in London and Pails uv the costumera
who had their constiuetlon In chaige.
They aie of the lichest mateiial and
an-absolutely coirect hlstotIcall Theli
equal have not been seen on the Ameil
can stage even In Mi. living's com
pany. Dii) mid Nmlit Scholars Debate.
Trlday evening, rob C, the lecture room
of No 27 school was tho scene of an ani
mated debate between lepresentattves of
tho da and night schools of this building
"Is Afilea llkelj to surpass North Ameri
ca In advanced civilization," was the ques
tion debated Youths of the duj school
upheld tho aTUimatlvo sldo of the ques
tion and won in tho contest against young
men nearlj twice thelt ugy The many ex
cellent points submitted by both sides In
dicated careful pieparatlon and both
tchools saj they know more of the dark
continent than the ever knew befoie The
night school holds a debate onco every
Grip k Golds
65 wqm m$ ?9
Hurgess Dan I'owoll.
Treasurer Louis Engle.
Tn Collector William E. Correll.
Councllmin C. S. Weber and William
School Dlrcctois M. K. Kellum and Jer
Stiect, Commissioner George Jackson.
Auditors Harry Wlntets and 11. b .Mar
shall Jusctlce of the Peace A. A. Krotzor.
Abner A. Kiotzer, tho Republican
candidate fot justice of the pence, was
botn and raised in Dnnmoie, and has
an extensive acciualntatico with all
classes of people. Ills popularity was
demonstiated by the fact that he was
unanimously nominated for the Impoi-
AIJNER A. KUKTZER,
Republican Candidate foi the OIIlco
Justice of the Peace
tant office of justice of the peace by
his Republican bietluen. He hns been
a stralghtout Republican all his life,
and his manliness In standing up for
his political convictions has won the
lespeet even of those who differ with
him In a political way. Ills qualifica
tions for the olllce are unquestioned,
and In him the people of Dunmorc will
have a justice of tho ponce to whom
tho can point with pride. His elec
tion seems a foregone conclusion.
The Electric Engine company Is
muklng airungements for a masquer
ade ball on Wednesday eV enlng, Teb
17, Music will be furnished by Guth's
The pleasant home of Mine Foreman
and Mrs James Wilson, of Spencer
avenue, was In gala attlie last even
ing, the occasion being the eighteenth
blithday of their son, Geoige. Mjiluds
of Chinese lanterns and coloied lights
hung suspended fiom eveij nook and
coiner of the edifice, which presented
a pleasing appearance to the ee. The
It terloi was prettily decouited, and
was thronged with a host of tho oung
man's filends, who Iiad congregated
togethei to Join In the festivities of
the evening Dancing, singing and
amusements of vailous desciiption fol
lowed in rapid succession, the hours
scutnlng to go far too iiuickly foi the
metry gathotlng. Light lefieshments
weie setved at a late houi, nftei
v hlch the guests dispersed to their
vailous homes, all having thoioughl
enjoyed themselves. Those piesent
w.ie the Misses Mnila Webber, Floia
Brining, LUzle Btady, Emma Wash
burn, Rose Beinhaidt, Annie Mead,
Floienco Spencei, Blanche Harpet,
Lutra Btady, Margoiy Eden, Mabel
Bllckens, Mjitle Bums, Esthei Col
tot, Jennie Bllckens, Lbzle Mead, Min
nie Biunlng, Rose Fan ell, Anna
Scluoedor, Lizzie Bankheit, Stella
Monahan, Ida Biunlng. Margaiet
Stew ait, Giace Harvej, Mnitha Wil
son, Lizzie Stewart and Plchntd Web
ber, James Br den, Joe Mead, Charles
Coleman, Jnmes Doughertj, Chilsto
phei Vlekeis, John Wilson, Joseph
Slegle, William Colter, Edward Bishop,
Duncan Hall, George Fudge, Roy Kel
lam, Harry Smith, Edward Finn,
Spencei Masteis, Edward Mllnei,
Michael Monahan, Fied Pletehei, Hnr
tj Davis, Aneliew Colter, Tied Tilt,
Trr.nk Jones, Finnk Bllckens, Bert
Ilaney, William Hall, Edgai Jones,
William Peny, Einest rincli, Thomas
Hughes and Ted Jones Miss Rose
Tan ell furnished the music fot the
I'Vt lil g.
The Pennsylvania Coal company will
pay their mineis today.
James Thompson, of CIny avenue,
has returned fiom Plttston, where he
has been the guests of filends
Miss flrace Beilew, of Plttston, has
letuined home aftei a shott visit with
Mi. and Mis. Tiank Bingham, of Cher
Hnny Tiegcai is veiy 111 at his home
on Blakely stieet.
The Loyal Temperance legion w 111
hold an entei talnment nnil social In
Bolos hall Filday evening, Feb. 12.
Admission will be 10 cents.
R L. GUI, of Baltimore, Md , who
has been visiting Rev. and Mrs. E
J. Haughton foi the past few dajs,
has returned home.
Little Mnr Moonoy, who was Injured
last Fi Iday aftet noon, Is slow ly i ecovet -lug
at her home on Pltts.ton avenue.
As she wus5 letuinlng home fiom school
she stopped to play with her little
companions on the Ice that foims a
sheet leading ovei a locky pieclplece In
the v lclnlt of Kellj 's quui i y on Hli ney
avenue. The childien amused them
selves for a while bj sliding down close
to the edge, but unfui tunately In the
blindness of her amusement Mary sped
too swlttly and being unable to stop
vvtnt headlong over the clltf. Luckily
no bones weie liiuLeii, but her body
was badly btulsed and she lecelved a
stveio scalp wound that leeiulied many
stitches to di ess It Is hoped she will
be nble to leave hct homo In the com so
of a w eck.
A. Cltai water and daughtoi, of Wil
cox, aie visiting at the home ot J. D.
Clearwatei, on Pear stieet.
Thomas I'lannghan, of Pott Jet vis,
who is lepiesenting the Murphy and
company clothing dim, of Now Yoik
city, spent Sunday with Aneliew Rest,
of Hotel Rest on Cedar avenue.
Tho Got mania band will hold their
annual ball In Oermanla hall tonight.
Tlie event of tho occasion will be tho
closing of the contest between Misses
Lulu Pontius and Emma SJlegler for a
The Patilotlc Older Sons of Ametlca
held a meeting In rieuhan's hull last
Wo launch y stiff collars with soft
button holes Crystal Laundry.
The martiage of Oeotge Moser and
Miss Canle Stahlei, both very populat
oung people of tho South Side, is an
nounced to take place the Hist of next
The St. Maiy's Dramatic club held a
reheaisal at St. Maij's hall laBt even
ing The St. Rene's Ladles' Total Absti
nence and Uenovolunt society held a
meeting last night.
tnUu'tfioinlng J. D, Clearwater and
family will leave to attend the funeral
of his Blstei, Mrs. Hliios, of Bradford.
Choice cut HovvcrB and ilowor de
signs at Palmer & McDonalds, 514
Attorney Bowman and family, of
Moscow, have moved Into the house
formeily occupied by A. G. Brant, on
Mis. George Snyder, of Penn avenue,
la seriously HI.
Mrs. Samuel Found lint letuined to
her home nt Piompton after spending a
couple of weeks with Mts. C. T. Bell
amy. The Women's Christian Tempeinncc
union will hold an ovniigellstlc meet
ing this nf tot noon at 2.30 at the home of
Mis. Luthei Smith, 22S New York street.
Professor If. JI. Loomls, of the Set an
ion high school, went, last week, to visit
his father who was sick In New Yoik
city. While theie his father passed
away and was burled. The piofessor
i etui tied homo on Satuiday hist und
has icsuined his duties.
Mi D 11. Hand, ot Scranton, has
put chased four lots lna Ninth Pnik and
Is electing a handsome lesldenco on
The Senior Epwoi th league of the As
btny Methodist Episcopal chutch held
a veiy Intel estlng social In the chinch
pailois last evening. Dining the even
ing the following piogtamnu' wus i en
dued: Violin solo, Miss Bessie Stuck-hou'-e;
male eiuaitette, W. II. Lanjon,
C. W. Tieveiton, W. H. Tieveiton, O.
L Colvln; vocal solo, Miss Kittle Daw
son. A voi j pleasant sutpilso patty was
given in honor of Miss Chtlstena Chils
tensen at her home, 227 Million stteet.
Theto was a most enjoable time spent.
Games and dancing weie Indulged In
until a late huur. Those piesent weie
as follows' Misses Annie Davles, Mary
Jones, Lizzie Leonnid, Hattle Rlchaids,
Alice Thomas, Cassle Edwaids, Jane
Jean, Annie Hazelton, Mary Ila.elton,
Mniy Eldei, Canle Mot ton, Kate Bien
nen, Bessle Stunton, Stella Hlgglns,
Annie Bums, Julia Bums, Joe Lloyd,
Robeit Richards, Evan Phillips, Archie
Coialn, Bob Llojd, David Lewis, Tom
McCloky, W. Hickman, Clarence Hlg
glns, John Aiken, John Monnlng, Robert
Mutton, Joe Miles, Luvuin Stanton,
A laige ciowd witnessed tho basket
ball game last night In Comoany II
aimoiy between the Ninth End Stars
and Pine Hiook Ciescents. The gatno
was close and exciting, It lequlrlng just
an hour nnd live minutes for the Stais
to prove their superiority, Tho close
ness ot the scoio would Indicate that
It was a Eood gamo but such was not
the cuse. Too much slugging, on the
part of the Ciescents, was indulged In.
Hut this was piobably due to the fact
that this was their second game. The
111 st and tecond halves ended with the
scoie standing 0 to 0. After twenty
five minutes of fast and furious play
ing, McKluskle, of the Stais, thtew a
basket making the scoio 2 to 0 The
fentuie of the guino was the playing of
S. Davis, of tho Stais.
Next Thursday evening the Ret anion
Regimental and North End loams w 111
play bisket ball In Company II annoiy.
This pi utilises to bo one of the most
exciting games of the benson. Several
months ago those teams met and played
a game which icsulted In a victoiy lot
the Scianton team b the close scene of
2 to 0. Since that time the Noi th Ends
have been consldeinbly sttengthened by
the addition of vjvcial now men and
have wondei fully Improved In team
v oi k. The Sci anton team has w on ev ei y
gamo that they have played, defeating
tho ciack teams fiom Plttston and
Nantlcoko by lnige margins.
The funeial of Joseph AVebb, whoso
death was announced In yestetdaj's
Tribune, will take place this aftet noon
at 2 o'clock. Set vices will be held at
the homo of his daughter, Mrs. "William
"Wells, on Hollistei avenue, after w hlch
the lemalns will be taken to Chinchilla
for Intel inent.
Miss Maggie Thornton, of "West Mat
ket street, has retutned fiom a visit
with filends ut "Wilkes-Hane.
The Independent Hose company will
conduct a ball tomouow evening In
1 lit Eureka bas? ball club conducted n
liall last night in O'Donnoll's hall. The
nrfulr was, a giand success, and tho
laige attendance was a good pioof of
the populailty of the team. Tho pto
cceds will go tow aid the furnishing of
The alarm sent In ftom box SI yester
day morning was caused by the dlscov
ety of lit e In the houte on Uilck avenue
ow nod by Mrs. Langan and occupied
by Mrs. C. 11. Thomns The prompt
nirtval of the hohe companies prevented
It fiom gaining headway .mil but little
damage was, done. The cause Is un
known. The Infant child of Mr. and Mis Da
vid Evans, of Summit avenue, Is seri
Mls Anna Twlss, of Race stieet, and
Daniel liums, of Aithut stieet, will
be mauled this evening at tho home of
the bilde's paients on Race stieet.
John Nealon, of Huflnlo, spent the
past few days with l datives In this
THE GIRLS WOULDN'T WORK.
Scvcntv-rivo Pre email Overall
ploves (' Out on Miilic.
Seventy-live git Is emplojed at tho
rteeinan pveiall factoiy on Linden
stieet, went on strike t-tituulay noon
They objected to a pioposed t eduction
In wages In the bib depaitment wheie
twelve hands nie employed.
The Hi in has adveitlseil for fifty new
hands. Onl a. doen girls, long in the
employ of the concern, weie at wink
jesteiday. Those who stitick kept
away ftom the building and ne eftoit
to lntetfete with those beeklng employ
ment was made.
Much of the fuctoij's unfinished wotk
has been sent to the Rlngliumtou plant
wheie 200 gltls aie employed.
l'or I'oruinuont Ccrtilie'iites.
An examination for peimanent cer
tllleates will be held in Hlakely Satui
day, Feb. 20, at the central school
building, which Is reached by tho Peck
ville line of stieet cms. Leave the
car at Academy street, or Mott Haven
hotel. Candidates will please notify
the undei signed at once If they deslie
to take other than the common
blanches, as the committee will meet
next Saturday to ai range tho examina
tion C. A. Kenjon, Sec'y,
Olyphant, Feb. 2.
I'litcrtiiinmont and Social.
Tho emplojea ot the Lackawanna Iron
ami Coal cotniiuny's storo will nie an on
tertalmueiit and social ut Kxct'lslor hull
AV omliib uonue, tonight Tho featuro
of the cxciilim will bo u drama written
by one ot the cleikH, M. J. Muiilt), anil
produced b) u eubt eomposed entire Ij of
tho company storo emplojes. Joseph 12
Donnelly, Otorgu Huncy una M, J. Mur
ph hao tho affair In chaige.
Ti Cure a Cold in One liny,
Talto laxative I3romo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money It It
(uils to cure, 25 cents.
THURLOW HOMOEOPATHIC modi,
chics leach, sooth and heal every diseased
organ; curing Invariably all forms of
dlseuse, no matter what It may bo.
, Tho PHYSICIANS of tho THURLOW
Institute, No. 303 and 30" Spruco street,
aro jinlly prescribing TREE foi hundreds
of sick people at their homes, and at tho
auiTerera from Rheumatism, Catarrh,
Asthma, Djspcpsla, Kldliuv Disease,
1 lies, Lumbago, NoutalRla, Pomalo Dis
eases. Coughs, Colds and Grippe aro con
f,.intiy Pressing their heartfelt grati
tude for the miraculous cure of these dls.
THE FREE DISTRIBUTION
of Thuilow AC Djspepsla Cure proved to
be a Ood-soud to THOUSANDS ot piln
ful and long-stundliig cases.
T ADVICE and EXAMINATION AI1SO
LUTELV FREE elthci nt tho olllce or
at joui homes
A POSTAL CARD WILL BRING ONE
OF THURI.OW'S HKII.I.ED PinSI-
CIANS to tho bedside of uny sulturei,
who will prescribe for you, und attend
ou until cured
The Phslclan's Services are FREE.
The MEDICINES ure mostly twenty
five cents a bottle
This GREAT INSTITUTE of TRUE
HOMOEOPATH! , No 303 and 305 Spiuco
s'.j Sciaiiton, continues to be crowded
dallj with a throng of ullllcted people who
come from miles around to avail them
selves of the TUED Doctot's services of
feied at the THUHLOW MEDICAL IN
STITUTE Thousands or TESTIMONI
ALS could bo published If space would
Tho death of llnuv Nebone, a respected
resident of Avoc.i, occuiiesl jesterdav
afternoon at tho family ttsldenee, on Pir
ker stieet, after sovel.ll weeks Illness ot
iiHthina, which developed Into eiulck con
sumption Deceased wns about 43 jears Of
age and Is-survived by a wife and nine
childien, the oldest being IS cais of age.
Resides these theie aie three biotheis and
two slsteis William, nnd Mrs. I. Sum
mons, or Avofca; Mis Whvte, of DunelalT,
and John and M.Uhew, of Michigan. He
was a member of the Sons of St Oeorge
and the Av oca Associated Puiid. The fu
neial will take place, tomorrow (Wednes
day afternoon at 2 o'clock. Sei vices will
be conducted In tho Piimltlve Methodist
chuich. Interment will be In Langcllfte
Mis. Michael McIIalo died In her home,
on Hudson stieet, Olv pliant, on Sunday
morning. Tor twent-llvo jeurs pust she
was a resident of Oljphaut and was es
teemed b many foi hei excellent quali
ties. She is sunlvcd bj time sou, Will
lam, Thomas and John 1'. McIIale, the
lattir a piomlnent hotel-keeper In Blng
hamton, nnd tho two foimer ot Olj pliant.
She Is also survived b tho following
daughteis: Miss Mniy J McIIale, piincl
pil of the Olv pliant public schools, and
Mis. Michael Dotighutv. The funeial
will take place tomoirow foienoon at 10
o'clock. Set vices will bo held In St. Pat
ilck's chinch at that houi.
After a long Illness of thirteen months,
Mis Thorn is liohind, of C.ilbondale, on
Sunday morning, p ltsed awaj. Mis Ho
laiul was "G j eats old and a n itlve of York,
ungnnei, out lot ne.my twentv -seven
j eats she has leslded In Caibondule Her
husband, to whom she was mariied twelve
vents ugo, mourns her depuituic The
childien Prank, Nellie and ricddle ic
nuiln The brothets and one sister icslde
In Catbondale. The funeial services will
be held this uftemoon at J o'clock, lntei
ment vlll bo made In St, Rose's cemeterj.
Mrs. Margaret Geary died In her home,
7D3 Caibon stteet, Sunda moinlng. Death
ensued after but a brief Illness, Deceased
Is survived bj three sons und one daugh
ter. Thev nie John, Thomas and Ed
ward Gearj, and Mis. Edwaiel Rimbilck,
all of Scianton The funeral will bo hold
this morning from St. Peter's cithedtal
at 9 o'clock. A solemn high mass of rc
qulem will be celebrated.
While John Davis, of Plymouth, was
singing a duet at the Salvation Armv
banacks in that placo Sundav evening he
suddenly stopped sinking, fell ovei on
the Iloor and was dead Davis was 07
j eats old, and leaves a wife, but no chil
dien He was a shoemakei bj ttado and
had been a member of the Salvation Armv
foi a long time.
Mis. Harriet A. Alter died at her home,
In 1'1 mouth, on filday night of consump
tion, aged 4" ve.us The deceased has
made her homo with her brother, Alfred
A. Huzlctt, since the death of hei hus
band. She Is survived by one daughtoi,
Mrs Anna Hess Tho funeial will take
place at 12 o'clock, with Intel ment at
John Raab, one of the well-knovn resi
dents of V llkcs-liaire, died ut his i evi
dence, 30 Noith Hancock streut, on Sat
uidaj morning, his deith being tho io
sult of a sttoko of paialvsls bv which he
was prostrated on Thursday moinlng He
was ubout 7o jcais of age The funeial
took place jesteiday morning.
Lewis P. Garilgues died suddenly nt
Pottsvllle Suudij. Ho was an old and
well-known citizen of Pottsvllle. Ho toi
a numbei of veais conducted a book und
stationery business but gave that up to
take sen Ice with the Retailing Coal and
lion companv, wheie he had been em
plojed foi nunj j cars.
Tor the Inauguration of President
elect McKlnley, at Washington, the
Lehigh Vulley Rallioad will make veij
low excutslon tates, and this Is joui
oppoi tunltj foi sight-seeing at the
capital of the United States, witnessing
the pomp and pageantij of the ln
nugmatton festivities at a small cost
This company offers the best of ac
commodations us to train set vice, and
passes thiough tho mountains of Penn
sjlvanla wheie the most magnificent
sceneiy of the "Hwlteiiaiul or Amet
lca" may be seen fiom the tialn
Inqulie of ticket agehts for time of
trains and lates.
ISIioiiinntism Cured in n l)n.
"Mjstlc Cine" for iheumatlsm and
neuralgia ladlcally cuies In ono to
three dajs Its action upon tho sjstem
Is remntkable and mjstetlous. It te
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease Immediate!, dlsappenis, The Hist
dose gieatly bcnellts 7C cents, Sold
by Cull Loien, IS Lackawanna ave
nue, dtugglst, Scianton
Ml POWDER CO.,
ROOMS I AND 2, CO'.l'LTH B'L'D'G,
MINING AND BLASTING
MADC AT MOOSIC AND HUSH
LAPLIN & RAND POWDER CO'S
ORANGE QUN POWDER
Elcctrlo Hatterlos, Eloctrlo Eiplodor.3, for ox
plodlut; tlusts, hafety 1 uso, mid
Repauno Cliemical Co. 's uxpLobivus.
Wagner & Itcls, Managers.
John L. Kerr, Acting; Manager.
Week Comn1cnclii( Monday, Peb, 8,
The Wlnsomo und Tnlonted Etuotlonnl Ac
Supported by her own suporb company, un
doi thodliectlon of ArmlURO & tltzpi trick,
in a oaiofully nolocted roportolro of comedies
and dramas. Hnndiomo seenory. clover spoo
Initios doweled liousos ovory where-.
I'rlcos Id, 20atid M rents Dhno inntlnees
Tuesday, Wedncsdny, Thursdny and Friday.
Saturday niAtlnoa 1U and'J) conts. Heserved
soits now on eile.
If llxpejiise Ts No Object Why Not
Have the Bebt?
HKKB THEV AHEj
UNIONS : $100
Tor a Liiiiited Purse Select
CHASE & FARRAR
Price to All, $75. Fully
For Rubber Stamps Palroniza tho
CHASE & FARRAR, Prop's,,
515 Linden St., Scranton, Pa.
LACKAWANNA LUBRICATING CO,
1212 CAPOUSE AVE,
Made and Sold in Six Months, ending flarch 1, 189,
Total Product of
The A Mill Alone produced 1,000,000 Barrels,
Largest Run on Record.
Washburn, Crosby's Superlative is sold everywhere from th
Pacific Coast to St. John's, New Foundland, and in England, Ireland
and Scotland very largely, and is recognized us the best flour in th
HAVE YOUR HORSE SHOD WITH THI
Nevaislip T03 Calks,
ITTENBENDER k CO,
And a full line of iron and it MEIMEDQI IDQ "
steel Blacksmitlis' and Wag- ' Blkf blldLIrO
oumakers' supplies. He Positively Cannot Slip
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURINGCO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BARRE, PA., Manufacturers of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Office: SCRANTON, PA.
Bometltuts neeili a reliable, monthly, reguUtlnc medicine. Onlf litrnltutM
too jmreit drugs ahould be usod. It you want the beat, get
Pp. PsaS's Pennyroyal Pills
Thcr aro prompt, sale and certain In result The eennlne (Dr. IWa) nsrer dliisj
nlut, But any where, SI. 00. Addreu i'SAfcMeoiCJBoCo,, Cl0Tland,O.
(I fi j
For salo by JOHN H. PHELPS,
Spruce Street, Scranton, Pa,
A CADEMY OF MUSIC,
Thursday, rnuRUAkv nth
A Midnight Bell
'With the rarorlto Comtdlan,
and the Famous Comedienne,
LAURA JOYCU HCLL.
Superb cast of acknowledged artlata and
tho colobratod Midnight Hell Quartette. Com
plete muelo, arrancod by victor Uerbort.
Kntlro now jcencry by Arthnr Voegttn.
PRICUS-Oallery, acj Dalcony, jc! Or
chestra Circle, goci Orchcttra, 75c! Parlor
Chnlrs, Si. oo
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
Manager Long hns tho honor
and plonjuro to announce tha
only appoaranco hero thli 10a
son of tho beautiful, accomplished Mlsi Ben
tho Ualland, (formerly of this city,) at tho
Academy of Music, Monday evening, Feb. 14,
accompanied by Mr, G cor go Edgar, Mr. H
Clifton, Mr Cyril Youtiff, Mr. Leon Hall, Mr.
John Do CI 07, Miss Strong and others. Urll
tlant Dramatic Society Uvent. Miss Galland,
as Juliet. Hiss Ualland, as Lady Teazle Miss
Ualland, as Lady Macbith, Miss Ualland, as
Leah, the forsaken. The principal scenes of
tho four well known plays will be gWen, with
historically correct costume. and careful stage
details. Itasurved Boat Sale opens Box Offlc
0 a. in. Friday. Not mors than ten tick
bts sold to one: i-lrson ton tub mist
Tiuibi; nouns Parlor Chairs, 81 50; Orches
tra, SI. CXI; Orchestra Circle, 75c.; Balcony ,50a, ;
Gallery, 'iJc. Keepiests to rosorvo seats, by
tuluphonu, mall or teleerapb from out of tho
city, will receive attention after tho salo Is
open, aocordlng to the tlmo of their receipt.
Doors open, 7.40 Overture 8 00. Curtain,
8,10, when nudleuco will pleasa be stated.
Carriages can bo ordered for 10 'a.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Feb. 8, 9, and 10.
The Twentieth Century Sensation.
Big Burlesque Go.
A Urand Spectacular Production ot Tw
Races. A Mammoth Conception ol Vaude
ville, Minstrelsy and Burlesque, Including
30 Willi Cb and 30 BLACKS.
Admission 10, 20 or 30 Cents.
Two performances dally. Doors open at
1 SO and 7. Curtain rises at I.S0 and 8.1S.
If Youf Horse Is Shod with
mm BELF vU
WM 6HARPENINQ. Hi
THE TRIBUNE is now prepared to fill or
ders for composition on newspapers, books,
pamphlets, or other publications at nioder
Address BUSINESS MANAGER.
Pharmoolst, cor. Wyomino Avenuo and