The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, January 24, 1894, Page 6, Image 6
G THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 24, 1S94. LIVE NEWS OP 11 PITTS T Events of the Upper End of Lnzeme County Briefly Narrated. REPUBLICANS PUT UP A TICKET By a Voto of Six to Five, It Is Decided to Run a Straight Party Ticket Against the Citizens' Ticket Headed by Burgess Maloney Louis Seibel Is Placed in the Position of Honor. Young Lady Sues Meyer Schlosser for $25,000 Damages for Breach of Promise Other Pittston Affairs. The Sckaxton Titit'.t'NK's PitNton de partment is in chare;,, of J. M. Fahy, to Whom news items aud ootupluiuta uiay bo referred. The Republican borouxh convention assembled iu the town h ill last oveni Dg in pursuance of a regular call for the purpose of nominating a Republican ticket. Wbeu Chairman Ouarles 13 Smith culled the conven tion to order, the following delegates presented their credentials: First ward, II Knnwles; Second ward, Oscar W alburn; Third ward, Thomas Huntlv; Fourth ward, Theodore Davenport; Fi fth ward, Jacob Shorer; Sixth ward. Jame s Richmond, Stanley Crooks; Soventh ward, C. K Campbell; Eighth ward. William Wil eon; Niuth ward, E, G. tiase; Tenth ward, Thomas Davo Jenkius; Eleventh Ward, Alex McMillan. After considerable disonssion con cerning the seating of two delegates from tho Tenth ward, which w.is sub sequently disposed of by one of the delegates withdrawing, the chairman announced nominations for burgoss were in order. Mr. Kuowies, of the First ward, made a motion that the convention indorse Thomas Maloney, of the Citizeus' tioket. To this C. K. Campbell offered an objection, stating that auoordiug to the rulos of the party they had not the power to in dorse any candidate other than a It publican, and as Mr. Maloney was a Democrat it would De entirely out of order and exceedingly bid form. Mr. Campbell was sustained in his remarks by the chairman. Erastns Cage nominated Lonis Sei bel. Some of the delegates contended at this point of the proceedings that they had the privilege of voting against Mr. Saibol, since the other portion re fused to entertain n motion to indorse Mr Maloney. The ballot for burgess resulted iu favor of Mr. Seibel by a vote of l) tor and 5 against. The nomination for a tax receiver was next taken up The nam 'i of William Drury, the Citizen's candidate' aud W. li. Young, the present incum bent, were placed in nomination. Oa the first ballot Mr Young was elected by a vote of 7 to 5. Edward Divis was nominated by acclamation for high conns table. The nomination for an auditor was next declared in order, but the conven tion was unable to find a candidate who was willing to accept the honor. It "was finally decided to nomi nate William Campbell, of the Fifth ward, subject to his aceeptaucs. The nomination for ward officers was next taken up Mr. Knowles, of the First ward, presented the name) of John J. Jordan for justice of the peace, John John B. Drake, conetable, and Thomas McKune for school director, These names were the same as nominated at the Citizens' convention and met with mueh opposition. C. K. Campbell arose aud stated ho was in favor of ex punging the names of all Democrats coming before the convention for suc cor. The nomination of the remainder of the ward officers was still iu progress at the closing of this letter. Tim seleotiouof p-rmanent chairman and secretary for the ensuing year re spited in the election of Mr Smith and Mr. Huntley, the present incumbents SUED FOR BREACH OF PROMISE. diss Hattle Welter Brings litigation Against Meyer Schlosser. A decided sensation was aroused here yesterday when it became known that Miss Hattie K Welter.of Ilughestown, had through Attorney W. H. MoCart ney begun suit against Meyer Schlosser, of this place, claiming damages to the extent of $25,000 for an alleged bench of promise of marriage. The plaintiff claims that for over a year Mr. Schlos ser had been paying attentions to her, frequently calling upon her aud in many other ways manifesting bis mat rimouial intentions, which he finally made clear and unmistakeable by ask ing her hand in marriage. Sue gave her consent and began pre p irations for the wedding. All her ex pectations were, however, rudely shat tered just prior to New Years by the publication of the news of Mr. Schlos r's approaching marriage to a New York lady. This wedding occured iu New York on New Year's day, and now that the couple have arrived at home after a delightful weddiug tour, Mr. Schlosser is confronted with this $25,000 breach of promise case , PITT3T0N BRIEFLY PORTRAYED. to Minor Matters of General Interest Luzerne County'Readers. Mrs. J. Keongh and daughter, Miss Constance, of New Haven, Conn., and Mrs. James Gihnartin, of Long Branch, re visiting Joseph Fahy's, on William street, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weismann are in Scranton, where they will attoud the wed ling of a relative this eveuing. The Juvonis club will hold au in formal hop at the rooms on South Main street tomorrow evening. Miss Ella Touhill is in Scranton, vis iting her sister, Mrs. E. D. Hoffman. Miss Mattie Lance entertained the Circle of King's Daughters last even ing. She was assisted by MisB Nellie Knight. Miss Sophia Newman, of Scranton, visited the family of her uncle, S. G, Goodman, yesterday on William street. Mrs. R. J. Beamish and daughter, of Scranton, are visiting her sister, Mrs. J. A. Thomas, on Church street Rev. W. J. Hill and son, of Bing hamton, are visiting friends hero. Chief Keating aud Officers Kelly and Gaughan yesterday arrested two Fo unders on a charge of stealing a gold watch from a fellow countryman. They were given a hearing before 'Squire Gibbons, who bound them over lor trial, but a settlement of the case was afterward effected. "01 1 Oleson," supported by an excel lent company, will he the attraction at Music hall this evening. The show i8 a good one and should be greeted by a large audience. Iu explanation for the error in the financial statement as appearing in the Gazette, that journal in its issue of last evening says: "Inexcusable care lessness on the part of a compositor, first in the setting np of the type and again in the correction of the properly marked proof, made Borough Secre tary Joyce's statement, printed iu last evening's Gazette, appear ridiculously inaccurate. The transposition of two lines of fignres oansed all the trouble. This statement is made in justice to Mr. Joyce, in whose manuscript re port the calculations were urfect." In common pleas court the applica tion for n charter by the Star of East commandery, No. 7N, Knights of Malta, of this place, has buen continued to Monday, Jan. 21), for hearing. The funeral of John Hart, of Chapel street, who died Monday morning, will take place from his late residence this afternoon at 2 o'clock. After services in St. John's church interment will be made in Market street cemetery. The Musio ball orchestra under the the leadership of Professor Ackerman, after a short existence has disbanded. The following musicians will hereafter furnish the music at the hall Thomas Gill, first vio lin; George Worp. second violin; John Turn, trombone; Fred and Ed, Adrian, first and secoud cornets ; base viol, W. J. Gillespie; clarionet, John A. Gilles pie; flute, Walter Oatraud; drums. John Moffat. THE BURT JURY DISCHARGED. Being Out Nearly a Weak, one of Them Beoomes 111. Doylestown, Jan. 23 At 8.35 this afternoon the jury in the case of Wal lace Burt, on trial for the murder of the aged Rightley couple, was dis charged by Judge Yorkes on account of the serious illness of Charles Allen, one of the jurors, ine jury nas oeen out since n.-lo o'clock last Wednesday night. Burt was taken back to jail and will be given a new trial. -1 -m GREATEST IN THE WORLD ! Why Thousands of Families Owe Their Health to Paine' s Celery Compound. ASHAMED. Simpkins Here are two cents. 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Mr. J. H. Engle Is a prominent mer chant in the beautiful town of Ham burg, Iowa. His reputation Is too high to parmit of his recommending a pre paration unless it has superior merit. Read what he says of the great good Paine's celery compound has done him aud bis family: "I feel it my duty," he writes, "to say a good word for Paine's celery com pound. I have suff -red for years from neuralgia, and tried many different medicin 8 without relief. Finally I was persuaded to try Paine's celery compound. After using nine bottles I am. in better health than I have been for many years. 'My wife and children have a'si bsen using the compound wun marked bene fit to all of them." The Picture above is of Mr. Engle and his family. They have had the same experience as thousauds of others. All CLE11II SA 10 Days, Beginning Thursday, Jan, 18, at 10 LI, A. B. Brown's Bee Hive, Pittston, Pa. lib Thousands Remnants of Dry Goods. Cloaks and Fur Capes during sale at less than cost of material. Every inch of counter room covered with the greatest bargains ever shown. Ladies' Felt Hats, this season's styles I 0k. each. Boys' Winter Waists kjc each. Muffs 3flf Bank Cloaks $ so each. HOSIERY. UNDERWEAR AND NOTIONS AT QUARTER OF VALUE. LOME. IT WILL PAY YOU. Great Clearing Sale. For Delicacy, Forpurity, and for Improvement of the com pletion, nothing equals Pozzoni's Powder. Lost Manhood i iitroiihv, etc.. surclv curnl Iv IMMI'O, thm irrriit l!lndui)K iiH(lv. WHh written ifiurutrotocart. Sold by MAl'IULWS I - - . 1 i ( i : - rautou.PsV anil vigor qoirkly lento red. Varicocele, MtAPO. t! A. 6. BROWN'S BEE HIVE, PITTSTON, PA. ATTHEWS BROS. Druggists AND DEALERS IN BURNING and LUBRICATING OILS Atlantic Lead and French Zlne, Pure Linseed Oil, Turpentine and Varnished Heady-mixed Pnluta in all color, Gilders' wiiiting, Purls White and Kulnomiue, Oil- Vitrol, Marble Host and Window Glass Hotel Waverly European Plan. First-class Mar attached. 1 1. put for Berguer & Eugel'8 Tannhtousur Beer. 1 1 Cor, 15th and Filbert Sts,, Ptiiladi Most desirable for residents of N.E. Ponn' eylvHiiia. All conveniences for travelers to and from Broad Btroet station and the Twelfth and Market Street btatiou. De sirable fur visiting Sorantoniaiu and peo ple in tho Anthracite Region. Spring Ginghams. We have placed on sale our line of Ginghams for the coming spring and summer. Finer Goods, More Tasteful Colorings and Lower Prices than ever before, are what will recommend them to our patrons. GLOBE WAREHOUSE, PITTSTON, PA. T. J. VICTORY, PROPRIETOR. AHMEHARTMAH 906 South Washington Avenue, Contractor and builder of Concrete Flagging, Concrete Blocks, Potato, Butter and Coal Bins, Wet Cellars dried up. Orders may be loft at Thompson & Pratt, Will ains & Co., Main and Eynnn Btroots, or at Scrunton Btovo Works. Also Foundations. Cisterns, Fish Win- Tunnels and Collins. Flagging tor Uardon Walks. THE Thatcher IS THE BtST. 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