The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, January 25, 1894, Page 6, Image 6

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Events of the Upper Bad of Luzerne County
Briefly Narrated.
Passes Away Peacefully Tuesday
Evening at His Mill Hill Home The
Evening Gazette Draws the Deadly
Parallel on Borough Republican
Chairman Charles B. Smith Other
Gleanings of News and Gossip ot
Interest to Tribune Readers.
iTuk Scranton Tribi'nk's Pittston de
partment is iu charge of J. Jl. Fahy, to
whom news item aud complaints may bo
Thomas Lioskjr, of Mill hill, after a
brief illness passed peacefully away
Tuesday evening. About two months
auo he underwent an operatiou for kill
ney trouble. Ho recovered from tbe
attack, however, and was so improve !
that on Friday of last week he at
tended a funeral of a f nun i in Jermyn.
On his return home he contracted grip,
which rapidly developed into pneu
monia from which he died last even
in jr.
Mr. Linskey is survived by his wife
Biid three children, Michael, Martin
and Margaret. His funeral will Uk i
place on Friday morning. A high
mass of reqnUtn will be celebrated in
St. John' church, after whioh inter
ment will b made in Market street
cemetery. The friends of the deceased
wish to announce that no carriages will
be used at the funeral.
Ih Gazstt Shows Chairman Smith's
Incousis'.ency by Comparing Notss.
It is highly iutetestiug to compare
the actions of Ripublicin Bjrough
Chairman Smith, at th convention last
year, when he permitted the author
:. 1 party reprsseutatives to exercise
their undoubted right to choose wtiotn
eoever they wished as candidates, with
those at last evening's convention,
when he acted under orders from the
colouel No comment is required to
give force to the following. It tells its
own story.
"Chairman Smith "Mr. Henry
here announced that Knowles arose and
nominations for can-oioved that the con
didates for borough vetition endorse the
offices were in order. Citizens' ticket. The
the first to be named motion was seconded,
being for burgess, but Mr. Smith de-
C out inn in?, Air. .dined to entertain
Smith said, "if the
delegates do not
think it advisable torcandidates, he said
full party
it. 'We are hero to
nominate Republican
Extract from re-
ticket iu the : ! ' y .1
they can endorse ihekuni-ention.
Cltzens' ticket, as
there is a strong
sentiment in favor of
doing so. It shall,
though, remain for
the delegates to de
cide." Extract from
report of last year's
Buroutjh Republican
Advertise in The Tribune
Local Jottings of a Gtoeral Nature and
Several Personals.
Trie report of the commissioners ap
pointed to re district the borough into
additional wards has been referred
back to them, to morn clearly define
the boundaries of the Fourth and Fifth
The poultry exhibition now on at
Armory hall is one. of the finest exhitits
neld under the auspices of the club in
some time. The Haslam company, of
Scranton, have a large display of fancv
rabbits and pigeons. In all over 1.000
ire ou exhibition. The show will con
tinue for four days. The officers of
ttie association are: President, A, 0.
Farnham; vice president, J. J. Bryden,
jr., who has one of the largest, exhib
its; secretary, E W.Stark; Militant
secretary, W. R. Allen; treasurer, F.
P. Cosper.
Tnouias Ford, an employe of Gil
lagher & Fay, the Water street mer
chants, will resign his present position
shortly to accept a more lucrative one
in the Alpine Knitting mill as head
Invitations have been issu"d for a
reception to be held at the residence
of J. B. Shiffer this evening, nnder the
auspices of the Iu-us much Circle of the
King's Daughters, the proceeds to go
to the hospital.
Mrs. Jennie Waddell, of Tunkhan
uock, was a visitor here vesterday.
Miss Aggie Brydeu.of West Pittston,
visited among Scrauton frieuds yester
day. About twenty persons enjoyed a re
ception tendered the Loving Service
circle of the King's Daughters held at
the home of Miss 1. am- on Wyoming
avenue Tuesday evening. The pro
ceeds will be presented to the Hospital
Mrs. Benjamin Evans was a visitor
in Scran ton yesterday.
Tallie Evans, of the (iizette, was a
visitor at Scrauton yesterday on busi
Lively and Readable Budgit of Personal
Notes and Comment.
Special to the Scranton Tribune,
Clark's Green, Pa.. Jan. i!4. D. L.
Patrick, of Wilkes-Barre, spent Sun
day with his son, H. N. Patrick
J. W. Sneller wus summoned to the
bedside of a very sick mother a few
days ago.
G. F. Spencer, of Thompson, is now
placing the steam heater iu school
building No. 1. 0
Mrs. U. N. Patrick ii reported upon
the sickJist.
M. H. Coon is serving a week upon
the jury.
Toe donation given at J. B Austin's
to our pastor, Rev. F. H. Parsous, on
Tuesday evening last, was a decided
success in all respects.
A. A. Davis has boeti secured to teach
a singing school at Clark's Summit, and
will begin on Friday evening of this
Miss Alice Northup called on friends
here Tuesday.
Your Clark's Summit correspondent
seems to be ignorant of the true con
ditions of tbe subject of heating school
No 1, as tbe contract for heating the
same was made on Jan. 2, to be com
pleted in thirty days, to Mr. Spencer,
of Thomas. And as regards tbe ten
who are compelled to attend school
in Scrauton, if as many there be, they
are simply taking up studies which are
not taught iu our public schools, aud
would do tbe same if school (No. 1 was
in session.
An interesting programme offered
by tbe Epwortb league tomorrow evu-
ing (Thursday), will consist of n, solo
by Mrs. F. H. Parsons ; solo by Miss
May Benedict; solo by Miss Jessie Pol
hanins; solo by Miss Bartha Beatty;
select readings by Miss Emma Coon
and Mrs. Ella Chapman; recitations
by Horace Davis, Miss Edna Sudlow ;
Miss Fannie C. Shermau of Waverly
aud Miss Bessie Mullein , also instru
mental music and chorus by the league
Doings of a Pioiurei qu Borough Chron
icled in Clover Notss.
Special to the Scrauton Tribune.
MoNTuosB, Pa . Jan. 24 Eli K. Tar
bell and wife, of Winona, Minn,, have
been visiting friends here.
M. E Comefod and Fred Mnller, of
Scrauton, were registered at the Tar
bell House on Tuesday.
H. C. Jossup and A. H, McCollum
are candidates for mayor at tbe comiug
Professor Hawk, instructor of the
Montrose band, is visiting iu O lio.
The Epwortb League of the Method
ist Episcopal church, are fortunate in
having secured the Pomeroy family to
give a concert in the chinch on Friday
eveniug, February 'I
The "Two Old Cronies'' appeared to
a large uudience in the Armory Opera
house tonight. They made everybody
laugh that could laugh.
A social was held at the residence of
E P. Munger, on Lake avenue, last
evening under the auspices of the
young people of St. Paul's Episcopal
church. A largo number were present
and a pleasant time was had.
Captain H. F. Brardilee, our post
master, is at home again after a long
visit with friends iu Brooklyn, New
York aud other places.
District Attorney W. D. B Ainey
andJohuKdly now occupy the uew
offices in theSiyer buildiug, the fiuust
u town.
Entertaining Oonsignmsnt of Crisp Notes
and Personal Mention.
Sveeial to the Siian ton Tribune.
Arciiuald, Pa., Jan. 24. Misses
Jennie Jones aud Liura Nealou, of
Hyde Park, visited Miss Jennie Mo
Andrew of Salem street last evening.
Mrs. Patrick McAunnk, of Spruce
street, is recovering from a severe ill
ness. Miss M. E. Curran and her guest,
Miss Agnes Callahan, of Scrauton,
called ou Carboudale friends last Sun
day. Misses Mamie and Katie Judge, of
South Scrauton, visited friends in
town duting the early part ot the
Miss Lillie Keenan, of Scranton. vis
ited ArchDald friends last Mondav,
Rev. Alvin R Pennel, of Auburn
Theological seminary, will preach at
the Presbyterian church Sunday morn
ing and eveniug. Tnere will doubtless
be a large attendance at both services,
as Mr, Peunel, is a candidate for the
pastorate here.
The Young Peoplo's Society of Chris
tian Endeavor will hold its regular
monthly meeting Sunday evening.
Subject, "God's Promises and Their
Proofs." All are invited to attend.
Miss Theresa Sweeney, of Green
Ri Ige, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Will
iam Blake, of Maiu street.
No other snrsapanlln has the merit to
hold the contidence of entire communities
year alter year, as Hood's Snrsapnriila. It
possesses curative powers peculiar to itself.
H iod's P lis are purely vegetable, care
fully prepared trom the best ingredients.
ANNUAL CLEARING SALE A Suggestion to Mothers
10 Days, Beginning Thursday, Jan. 18, at 10 Al
A. B. Brown's Bee Hive, Pittston, Pa.
Thousands Rcinnaiils of Dry Goods. Cloaks and Fur Capes during
sale al It'ss than cost of material.
Every inch of counter room covered with the greatest bargains ever
Ladies' Felt Hats, this season's styles I On. each.
Boys' Winter Waists 10c each.
Muffs. . . , 30c. each.
Cloaks $1.50 each.
Great Clearing Sale.
Atlantic 1 1 n,i mill Preneb Zinc,
l'uru Linseed oil,
Turpentine and Varnishes.
Kendy-nilxed Paints 1" all colors,
Gliders' Whiting,
l'urls White and Kulsomlne,
oil1 Vitro!, Marble
H i-1 ami Utudow Glass
Hotel Wayerly
European Plan. First-class liar attached.
Depot for Berguer A Lngel'a Taunhiuuaer
i I Cor, 15th and Filtot Fhilada,
Most desirable fur residents of N.E. Ponn
tylvanla All conveniences lor travelers
tu and trom Broad Street station aud th
Twelfth and Market Stre-t station. De
mm for visiting Serantoulaua and peo
I le iu tlio Aiituraclto Region.
906 South Washington Avenue,
Contmrtor and builder of Concrete Flagging,
Concrete Blocks. Potato, butter aud Coal
bills. Wet Cellars dried up. Orders niuy be
left nt Thompson & Pratt, Will ains & Co.
Main ami F.ynnn Street-, or at Scranton
Stovo Woric-i. Also Foundations. Cisternal
Fish Wire Tunnels aud Culms. Plugging- tor
Uardeu Walks.
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
IS THE BEST. Get prices and
see the furnace and be con
vinced. A full line of HEAT
ERS, Appello and Gauze Door
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Shall I tell you where and when?
On the maps of the world you'll find it not
It was fought by the mothers of men.
"It is not what you do for your ciiild which helps him, hit whtt yon en
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John Wesley's Mother is a standing rebuke to such as make tins excuse.
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Arundel Motto. Tbe. By Mary t.vil Hay.
Barnaul Rudgo. By Charles Dickens.
Baron Munchausen.
Beyond Pardon . By Bertha It, Clay.
Buds of Prey. By Miss M. E, Braddou.
Bondman. The. By Hall Calne.
Bride i f i aromomioor. By Sir w alter Scott.
Cast Up bv the Sea By sir Samuel Baker.
Catherine. B. W. M i hackeruy
Chaplet of Pearls By Charlotte M 1 onge.
chandos. By Onida,
Charles Auchester. By L. Berger.
Charlotte Temple. By Mrs. bowson.
Children of the Abbey. By RtgUU Maria
Cnningsby. By Lord Beaconsfleld.
Cousin Pons Bv Hoiiore do Balzac.
Crown of Wild Glive. By John Ruskin.
lieldee, or tlio Iron Hand By Floronce
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