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, THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 21. 1894.
THE RESULT AT JERMVN.
Full Returns from tbi Various Election
Districts of the Town.
Finrialto the Scranton TV Ml HA
Jeumyn, Ph., Fob. 20. Tlt latest re
turns from Jeruiyu give results as fol
lows: Congress -Q. A. Orow, 200 ; Jarnss
S- Hancock, 100; A D. Markley, 1.
For town olnciirs tU following vote
Dnrcfss-J F. NisUolsoti.-M; Calvin
Tax Collector 1 A Line, W4j M.
Justice of lVaee William Jenkins,
AuJitor Joseph Jy. 260; J.J. Far
Constable H. Bmttb, 217; Charles
Council Joseph Morcmub. 121; M.
8. Collins. 50
Bobool Directors--Andrew C.trter,
100; Frank Stoele, 40
Jadgs Blsjotton D, t Henough,
110; S. B, Hill. M,
Inspectors of Election John It, Grif
fiths, 127; M. H. Ssiv.tu. 88
Council H. 11. Bwiok, 102
School DirMtors Thorau Jay, 105,
Joseph O, Nicholson, 108.
Ju IXe of Election diaries F. B
Iuspeotor of Election Joseph Soby,
Council Michael Motlalo. SO; Geo.
Geth irt. 39
Bobool Diiteiort ThoMi GKlhool
82; 11. A. NVi.liu.iu. 4t
JnJiesof Eiectiou WilliAin. Soull,
80; A. Roland, 80.
Inspectors 't E --lection Tho.Hkor,
40; John Clark, 75
MOSCCW AND THEREABOUTS.
New NuKeta PicSed Up Here and
There by a L:v Writer.
Spectal to the Scranton Trtt)ne.
Moscow. P.. Feb. 80 -M'.si Emma
Mitchell, of Soraatoa, is tue gussc of
11k Jenuie Cannon
Mrs. V. L Carr and son, of Scranton,
and Miss Kiefer, of H. musts,!, sjuc
Bonday with Dr. and Mrs. S.W, L'Am
Mr. iud Mrs. J. F Ford ire visiting
M'. Ford'a parents ia Baltimore, Mi.
Mrs M. M Evms, of Scrauton. and
Mr. Fred "veveui, of Duumore. w.-rt
gaestb of Mrs. s. S. Yener on Satur
day. Owing to tbe inclemency of the
weather on Friday, the union conven
tion of Ep'vorth Uagn?s and Christian
Eude iv or societies was postponed until
BueU, the tttttc Jauihtur of G. S,
Brown, is seriously ill with pneumonia.
A donation for the beintit of Kv. S.
C. S'.tiipltins wili be u'.i in the Odd
Fellows' hall tonight.
Mr. .-.jd Mrs. B. Hayden, of Atlantic
City, N J . are guwta of thsir son,
Bapstrhl ton (font Taylor paid luc schol
ars a visit this w k
Evangelist G. T. Enckley. of the
Rescu" Mijsio :, 13i:;?iimton, lectured
i:i th Methodist Episcopal cuurci last
evening. His subject was; "Rum,
Rats and Rehiioo."
The Teachers' alliance of Licka
wanna county will hold a convention
here Saturday. Feb. 24.
CAR BON 3.' LE CHIPS.
Sundry Itmi of Interest from the Flo
.peioi to As Scranton JViftunvf.
Carbondalk, Pa., Feb. 20 William
B Evans will return home to Chicago
tomorrow after a several days' stay in
Tomorrow evening the stores will
again cose their doors at 8 o'clock and
continue to so close during tne re
mainder of the month, and for the
first ten days in next, Saturday nights
Mrs. H. 3. Bolton is visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hobbs, of Hones
dale. A. S. Murray & Co.'s merchant tai
loring establishment of Salem avenue,
was closed last evening.
The Lotns Glee club gave a pleasing
entertainment in Masonic hall this
evening. A very intelligent audience
A social gathering will b hell to
morow evening 'Wednesday) at 8
o'clock in the interest of the Congre
gational church at the home of Mrs
Isanti Jones, on Sontri Chnrch street.
An oyster sapper will be served for 25
Mus LIzz'e Ammsrman is visiting
relatives in Honesdale.
Miss Lot ie Macav b as retnrned to
Philadelphia, after enjoying a visit
with her sister in this city.
Ir Tor hove nwlo up y mr mind to bay
Hood's Sarsapariila, do not be pctWOeMM
to take any other. Bo hum to get 1 food's
fiarsaparilla, which possesses peculiar
Hoora PiLr.s cnre all liver ills, bilions
oeas, jaundice, indigestion, sick headache.
FOREST CI f V NEWS.
Mr. Sanford, who has beeu holding re
vival services for several weeks, leaves
tomorrow for new fields. There will
be a voluntary offering to help Mr.
Sanford, he having labored without a
C. F. Baker risitsd Sjranton yester
T. U, Watts, of Scranton. called on
Jermyn businessmen yesterday.
It is said a prohibition club will be
orguulzsd here in the. near future,
NEAR AT HAND.
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The closing day for the sale of the
Encyclopedia ltrit'innioii, now being
nffsrad to tha raadsri of Tim Tribuni
is nesr at hand. The special arrange -ments
made with tha iiitlislins has
enabled The Tltlin'NU to place within
the re'ich of everyone this great li
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inuOVM depends upon Hn ediUMtloii.
An l us it is impossible to procure it
without books, why hesitate to procure
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greatest self educator aud aoknowl
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lu this ago of dnootton and progress
the best positions are secured by the
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they are pe:i HngthOU tiuirtuud money
in the saloons,
BojTI Interest your fathers nnd
motoers and ask tlum to procure it for
you before it is too lattt. D ' not krl
obliged to sweep the crosswalks'.through
life for ihe schoolmate who from a stu
(Abu tppUtttlon of books will liavo
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you to do is to screw np your "will, '
aud your library will be supplied by
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literature the most eminent witters
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will remain ooen but a short lime
Poc't fail to owl at TllK Tuini'NK F.u-
eyclopedia Heudqnartcra, 407 Bprnoe
street, and OJUUDins tbe booka,
FOOD BEFORE SLEEP.
.in Eminent Physu-tiu Kern ingeettun
It. qalnw Nu InterTsI ot Reet.
Many persons, says Or W. T. t'athell,
an eminent physician, though not ac
tually sick, keep below par iu strength
and general tone, and 1 am of the opin
ion that fasting duriujr the longSntcr
va!s between supper and breaktast, and
especially the complete emptiness of
the stomach duritij sleep, adds greatly
tO the amount of emaciation, sleepless
ness and general weakness we scroften
All bnes except man are governed
by natural instinct, and every bitng
with a stomach, except man, oats be
fore sleep, and even the human infant,
guided by the same instinct, sucks fre
quently day and night, and if its stom
ach is empty for any prolonged period
it cries long and loud.
Ii'jreation requires no Interval oi
rest, and if the amount of food dnrinp
the twenty-four hours is, in quantity
and quality, not beyond the physio
locrical limit it makes no hurtful differ
ence to the stomach how few or how
short are the intervals between eatlDg;
but it does make a vast difference In
the weak and emaciated one's woifare
to have a modicum of food In the stom
ach during the time of sleep, that in
stead of being consumed by bodily ac
tion It may during the interval im
prove the lowered system, and I am
fully satisfied that were the weakly,
the emaciated and the sleepWs to
rightly take a light lunch or meal of
simple, nutritious food berfore going to
bed for a prolonged period nine in ten
of them would be thereby lifted into a
better standard of health.
iotes of Qnerl Interest Dished Up for
FptcitU to the flcranlon Trihun.
Forest City, Pa., Feb. 20 John
Cotter, a member of tbe Forest City
police, spent Sunday with his parents
John D. Nealon, of Carbondale, was
looking after his Interests in this place
Mrs. W. G. Itiynolds ritnrned horns
ytsterday from Scranton, mnch im
proved in her health.
George Kisthart and fiert Howard
visited friends In the vicinity of Gib
son and Sonth Gibson yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln W. Pentecost,
of Washington, la., who have been
pending the past two weeks In Wayne
county and in Nsw York city, returned
to this place ysstsrday for a few days
before leaving for tbelr western boras.
Attorney H. O Watrons will be in
Montrose tomorrow on legal business.
Tbe Hillside Coal and Iron com
pany's collieries in this place will re
sume work tomorrow and work four
days, three-quarters each day, or three
days for the week.
TiEWARf: O? Frauih. Me sure yon got
the genuine Or. Thomas' Kclectrlc Oil. It
cures colds, croup, asthma, deafnuss ami
JOTTED AT JERMVN.
Latest News from a Lively Up Valley
Fper-ial to the Scranton Tribune.
Jermyn, Pa., Feb. 20. A meeting of
the Republican club was held Monday
evening. It was decided to rent the
tore under the Old Fellows' hall for
one year at $100, nnd a committee
were instructed to furnish tha rooms
comfortably. Considerable basiness
was transacted and a number of mem
bers spoke in regard to the dnty of Re
publican voters Tuesday. The resnlt
of tbe election appears below.
Mildred, only daughter of Mr. and
M i. J. J. Place, died suddenly yester
day morning of scarlet fever.
There will be a reception at the First
Baptist chnrch this evening. The Rev,
WELCOME WORDS TO WOMEN.
Many HtMl women nail on their family phy
tuuiiis, sutlerhiK. ns they inmirine. one from
from In-Hit rlll-slSOi
another from liver
or kidney dim-use,
another with puin
here or there, and
In this way tlioy all
present to tbelr
for which he pie
them to be such,
when, hi ivallty.
thev are all only
.-' "M'foMr calmed
liy SODM womb disorder. The Suffering I'M
C it-ill trels no hotter, tint prohnhly worse, by
reason m the delay, wrong treatment and
oonseoueq) oompuwiuona. A proper roeO
etne) like nr. Pteross Favorite Preaorlptlon,
dtT6C ted (e Ifn MMM Would have uointly
cured the disease.
Mrs. IUiiiiv Taiwan, of Krynnlils, Jeferum
0 r?SO, writes: "For two years I wiw a
sufferer. A part of ti'i time had to ! carried
from my bed, Wus raoaad with pain, hd
hysteria, was very nervous, no'apMtrM and
oomplotoli miooiirajM. A lew botuss r
'Favorite Preserlptlon ' effeeled n ileOt
cure." Hold by all dealers in medlUMI,
We have placed on sale
our line of Gingharn9 for the
coming spring and summer.
Finer (joods, More Tasteful
Colorings and Lower Trices
than ever before, are what
will recommend them to our
Alnmlxnm for KUsh l.lghU.
The nac of alurrlnum as a rabatiluto
for magnesium f r the production of
flash light is gTov. ing In favor among
photographers, ft chief advantages
are its higher activity and itn freedom
from objectionable Odors on ignition.
The commercial ahptndnum bronze pow
der can bp usfd if all the greasn be re
moved by the application of heat. The
consequence of allowing the grease to
remain is that the powdpr adheres in
lumps, and a large proportion of it es
capes ignition when blown through
the flame Another advantage pos
sessed by aluminum over magnesium
is its resistance to oxidation when in
fine powder. The mixture recommend
ed by Prof. Olasenapp for photographic
work Is composed of: Aluminum pow
der 81.7 parts by weifht, sulphide of
antimony IS.8 parts by weight, potns-
sinm chlorate M.fi parts by weight In
preparing the mixture the same pre
cautions must be MFstn as with mnr-nesium.
6 BONDS for SALE
THE BOBAlsTON rixle Works
huvf, iHsnwl $75, 000 of per
onit, Oonpon Bonds, interest
(wytUesenil sfiotutlly ,Tii6M bonds
sire to run for ten JTMRL from Nov.
I, 1808, Only a limited amOTJtlt
tin offered for nle to investors.
These fiotiila sire first niortgnge on
the nt ire plant of the eoiupiitiy,
and are issued for the purpose of
MdMgillg the works. The bonds
are of the rienoiniiiat ions of 11,000,
1600 and $100 each. Pot farther
h. B, UQTI, Financial At.
ItnoniK ': . unci rommnntvonlth It n i I 1 if,
PBSTH IflOl co.,iHr,..rpiitf!,ooo.ono.
UK ST Ill.ftO HllOK IN TllK WOHI.U.
"A dullar mtud t a dollar MfMtf -ThlNl,ullN'
Sulht I r.n. li DuiiffolnKM Itnl
ion Hoot delivered frin niivwlirm In Ihn U.S., mi
receipt of 'mTi, Mormy Orncr,
ir I'ohUI Nolo for HI .Ml.
Equal "very wnv thn hxi
nAt In nil roUll i for
12.60. Ws liiiiko thin tionl
ourMlveii, UfftfON wn fMfir
attttti tha Jit, ntiflt and uwr.
uiui u nuynnn m nui iuiii-ii.'ii
rvt win rcrn iiri inn monny
or nml Rnothcr pair. lfra
lew or l omnmn renne,
M". U, lit r. & if.
. -Ir- 1 to H and hulr
tre icilf fit you.
9 ItOSTON, AIAS8,
IS THE BFST. (let prices and
see ths furnace and be con
vinced. A full line of HEAT
ERS, Apptllo and Oauze Door
William : Sissenberger
Opposite Eaptist Church,
Is replete with fine and
medium Parlor Suits, Fancy
Rockers, Couches and
Lounges for the Holiday
Trade. Prices to Suit all.
Also Bed Room Sets, Din
ing Room and Kitchen Fur
niture. Parlor Suits and
Odd Pieces Re-upholstered
in a Substantial manner.
Will be as good as new.
Rooms 1 and 2 Commonwealth tWg
s RANTON, PA.
Dexter Shoe Go,
Hjiectal ttrmi to beaten
MINING nnd BLASTING
Jlulnr.tt.hn 1100010 find RUSH-
DAIaE wi titles.
Ltria A RsWd Powder Co.'s
ORANGE GUN POWDER
l.lsrtrln Hsttrrins, Finns for esplol
liiK blssts, Hitfnty Kime snil
RepaiiDoChemical Co.'s High Explosives
A. B. Brown's Bee Hive, Pittston, Pa.
Con) nf Hin hftl QtMHtf for teUNlN BMbAltd
rf nil T.m, dtUfsWM lit v 1'Hrt of tliu city
nt loWMt yrvm.
Oidnm Ift nt rny OfBCt,
no. 1 1 h. nrTONfMO avi:itp,
Itfnr t "otn, ftnlflooft Thirl NnMonul Hnnk,
rir ' 1 ninll of tlfpionn to tlm mine, will
I''''' prt'lllllt ll 1 t Ii I ! ,
I i " iid (Hint i neU will bi rrtAtlo fur tha wilo
Mid Uullvury of Htii-kwheat i'oml
WM. T. SMITH.
Thougandj Bemuantfi of Dry Goods, clunks and Fur Capes during
sale at. less than ooal of material,
Every inch of counter room covered with the greatest bargains ever
Lndlns' Polt IUIh, thiHssason's stylus 1 0c. e;ich.
Boyi' Wintur Waists 1 00 esoh.
Jluffs ; 300. esch.
Closks $1.50 each.
HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR AND NOTIONS AT QUARTER OF VALUE.
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Accident of birth may m ike one young woman a shoo girl and her play
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They were equals in childhood; they are separated now by several strata of
society. But appraiso i-ach at her ow intrinsic worth, and what is the only
element of real superiority which the rich girl possesses over the poor one?
It Is Education; It Is Knowledge.
Herein only is tbe rich girl superior. Here only is she a more important
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