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THB SCE ANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 22. 1894.
LIVE NEWS Of
Thi Schantom Tribune's Plttsron de
partment is ia charge of ' M. Fnhy, to
whom news items and complaints may bo
THE BOROUGH RETURNS.
North district; M. Tarmny. South dis
trict; inspector, M. H. McAndrew, M,
Ryan ; anditor, M. Osborne. The vote
for constable was a tie. TbP appli
cants worn P. F. H iv Inn and Edward
.Murphy. It is snid Mr. Boylan will
contest the election.
WAYNE COUNTY REDEEMED.
Malone; Elected Bursas and the Citi
zen's Councilman Snowed Undar.
Owing to the failure of the Scranton
office of the Western Union Telegraph
company to receive the message after
midnight, Tuesday night, complete
election returns, which The Tribune
representative had compiled, were not
printed yesterday. The results are as
Upturns from the- eleven wards give
a clean sweep for the candidates of the
combined Citizens and Dsm icratto
tickets by n lariie majority, Tiiouiai
Maloney, the Citizen's candidate for
burgess, endorsed by the Democrat?, is
elected over Louis Seibel, Republican,
by a majority of 1,044. E. J McDon
nell. Democratic candidate for tax col
lector.had 701 to 077 for YV. II Young,
Republican, and 5ti7 for H, H, Drury,
Citizen's candidate. The balance of
the Democratic borough ticket is
elected by uiiij iritios varying from 850
to 350. For councils, J. H. Tigue,
Democrat, defeats Josepu S:iowden,
Citizen's candidnte in the fourth vnrd.
In the Ninth ward M. N. Donnelly,
dtlien'a nominee, defeats P. A.
Sweeney, independent Democrat, by 7
In the Eleventh ward, Patrick Ma
loney, Democrat, defeats Grorge Lov
ell, Citizuu's candidate, by 41 votes. In
the Sixth ward, Jams Kennedy, Demo
crat, is elected over R. Smile, Republi
can, bv 3'J in jority. In the Third
ward, M. T, Lynott, Citizen's D3tno
cratic, beats M. Kane, Democrat, the
present incumbent, by 36 votes. In
the Second ward, A, J. Clifford, Demo
crat-Citizan's candidate, defeati Junius
Ryan, Republlean aud Ciiizeu's uoiui
nie. by 88.
For school director in the First ward.
A. McCorinick, Democrat, defeats
Thomas McKune, Citizens', by 16
votes. Iu the Second, John Lynott.
Democrat and Citizens', has 20 major
ity over Thomas J. O'Brien, Independ
ent. In the Fifth ward. Thomas J.
Movlef, D mocrat, has 87, to 39 for J.
F. Gordou, Independent Democrat.
Alexander Bryden, Citizens', beats M.
W. Morris, Democrat, in the Seventh
Wiird. by 1 vote. Iu the Ninth ward,
John McNamara. Citizens', defeat-) P.
A. Sweenev. Indeneudent Democrat, by
6 votes. In the Eleventh ward, Pat
rick Egan, Democrat, has 9 majority
over A. F. E trley, Citizens'.
COURT TO DECIOE.
Corcoran Aike to Hive the Vote
Rtcourtd in th.) Nia'.h Wari.
Thomas J. Corcoran, the candidate
for councilmsn in the Ninth ward who
ws return-; 1 bv th election board as
having received 00 v del to 73 cast for
Iiis opponent, M. N. Djuuelly, tho
leader of the citizms' element, has
filed a petition in court askiug that the
vote of the ward bo re-can Tassel.
The grounds of his application ar
that the board male a mistake in
countiug his vote; that he should have
76 vot-s instead of 66 returned for him.
On this application court made an or
der directing the election officers to
appear today with the ballot box.
To the citizens of the First, Second
and Third wards of Pittston borough
I take this opportunity of thanking
each and ev-rv oue of you for tne
honor vou conferred - in me Tuesday by
unanimoujly electing me the third
term a justice of the peace in vonr re-
suective wards, and, I hope that dur
ine the next five yars that no official
act of mine will cause any of you to rd
gret what you have done for ine by
your votes at the polls Tuesday.
A majority of 645 Given for Grow and
Honesdai.e, Feb, 21 Wayne county
gives Galnabl A. Grow. Cougreismau
at large, 04." majority, with one Repub
lican district to hear from. When the
returns have beeu completed Grows
majority in this county will probably
The contest in this borongh was one
of the hottest ever witnessed here. The
vote for all candidates was very closs
and is as follows:
Congressinsn-atlargt. G.ilusha A.
Grow, R 398: James D. Hancock, D.,
Chief burses?, A II Bnumnn, R ,48V
Town councilm-'n, C. M. K'tz, K.,
470; (iralmm Watts, R., 275, Oliver H.
Bunnell, It., 260; W. A. Woo;l,K., 87U)
Martin 13 Allen, It, 43.; ttrant w.
Lane. D. , 271; Benjimin Gardner, sr.,
1) , 266; Timothy D. O'Connell, D. , 814
High constable. It. W. Go'tser, 483.
School Director-.!. D. Pock, 115;
Charles D. Keller, 107; Robsrt Coates,
5; J. a Tuthill, 75
High (-(instable -Thomas Spangeu -
burg, 104 ; S. Smith. SS
Auditor M.W. U-.'ll. HI; r-'rank lloyt,
Tax Collector William Johns. 85;
D. C. Phillipn, 25; V. J Bonner, B7.
Assistant Assessors Wright Brown,
97; D. P. Taylor, 98; William Hill. HI:
J. Berry. 80,
Judge of Election S. M. Rogers,
106: A U. Jenkins. 80.
Inspectors D.R. Lathrui), 104; Mark
Collector Dtniel C. O-tborn. It., 205
A. V. Voiirt. D . 204; Thomas Callo
way, I. R , 130
School Directors Reed Burns. M 1).,
D., 803: Thomas Crosslev, sr., R , 477.
Judtfe of Election William II. Lee,
R., 280: T. S. Medland, D . 219.
Itxp-ctor of election R. A. Smith,
R.. 358: M. J. Ilunlon, D., 232
Congress G. A. Grow. 86; Hancock,
Burgess C. M. Hathaway, 40: Fre
mont Ferris, 22; W. S Blow, 47.
Council W. B. Stevens. 101 ; George
Moules, 17; N. H. Johuson, 30.
School Directors A. t. Brundage.
68; G. B Newton. 63; A. C. Hundrick.
38; R. J. Wren, 15
High Constable Thomns Spungen-
burg. 42; S. Smith. 03.
Auditor W. M. Bell, 55; Frank
Tax Collector D. C. Phillips, 47;
William Johns, 23; W. J. Bomen, 38
Assistant Assessors S. Smith, 26;
A. U. Thoop, 51; John Wa.-ren, 26;
Frank Pickering, 20.
Judge of Election A. S. Newton,
65; F. G. Hurd, 29.
Inspectors John Warren. 31; G. W.
Thomas, 33; Dick Reese, 28.
Justice of the Huce D. T. Lewis, 34;
William Bell. 19; W. A. May, 1.
Assistant assessors Joseph Dlezn,
R.. 209; G. M. Gennng. R., 297; C. F.
Rockwell, D, 315: Q W. Spencer, D ,
Justice of the peace William N.
H.m. D.. 267; P. S. Barnes, R.. 260.
Auditor A. J. Rehbein, R., 206;
r'red J. Stone, D., 24J. ;
A contest over the collectorihip is
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the nature of many chronic
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blood, liver, kidnoys, and
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it possible to treat such dis
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tance, without personal ex
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Thus Bright's Disease of the
Kidneys, Inflammation of
the Builder, Gravel, and
other Disposes of the Uri
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question blanks, treatise, and other informa
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We have placed on sale
our line of Ginghams for the
ANNUAL CLEARING Si
A. B. Brown's Bee Hive, Pittston, Pa.
Thousands Remnants of Dry Goods. Cloaks and Far Capes during
sale at- less than cost of material.
Every inch of counter room covered with the greatest bargains ever
Ladies' Felt Hats, this season's styles 10c. each.
Boys' Winter Wuista 100 each.
Muffs 30c. each.
Cloaks $1.50 each.
HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR AND NOTIONS AT QUARTER OP VALUE
COME. IT WILL PAY YOU.
Great Clearing Sale.
A. R. BROWN'S BEE HIVE
A Pleasant Reflection
Finer Goods, More Tasteful
Colorings and Lower Prices I
than ever before, are what j
will recommend them to our j
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Printed at terms so easy that all can buy.
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The World's Fair Portfolio, in four
parts, each part containing between fifty
and sixty views of the great exposition,
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has ever seen, may be had as previously
announced. Three Coupons, cut out as
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CAR BONOALE NEWS.
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In thojr woret forma m cured by the
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BRIEF PITTSTON MENTION.
Newsy Itoms Of Intersil to All Hurried
Todny being a holiday all banks will
"Hands Across tr-e Sea" was the at
traction at Music Hill last evening
A good sized audience was present.
The play ga7e excellent satisfaction.
The Eagle Hose and Hook and Lad
der companies fairs opened last even
ing. Die former In their hall on K m
nedy street, and the latter in Armory
hall. Large 1 cio wds were present, and
the dispUy of ware was both valuable
Several of our young people attended
the Pnlmer-Niebel nnptials at Scranton
The memberB of Niagara Engine
company, No. 2, will meet at their
rooms at 'i p. m. sharp, Washington's
birthday, to participate in the Black
Diamond Hook and Ladder company's
parade. By order of J. W. Burns, fore
man. All members of the Black Diamond
Hook and Ladder company will meet
it their rooms at 7 o'clock sharp this
evening to go on parade. Luzerne bor
ongh Hook and Ladder and Hose com
pany and Avoca Hose company will
join in the prooession. Oscar E. Elter
The telephone exchange will observe
usual holiday hour today, 8 to 9 . m ,
and 4 to fl p. m. Western Union offlcj
open all day.
John Shavinskl, a Pole, 80 years old,
married, was admitted to the hospital
yesterday suffering with serious injur
ies received in the Butler mine by a
fall of rock.
No other sarsnparilla has the merit to
hold the confidence of entire communities
year alter year, as Hood's Karsaparilla. It
possesses curative powers peculiar to itself.
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, care
fully prepared from the bost ingredients.
HappminR-a of Importance in tht
Pioneer City Recordad.
Special to the Scranton Tribun.
Cahuondale. Pa., Feb. 21, The La
dies' Aid society of the Methodist
church will l.old a tea in the chap.'l
tomorrow evening, Washington's birth
day. An afternoon and evening entertain
ment will oojur in Father Mathew hall
on Washington's birthday. Professor
Patrick O'llar will conduct the aff iir
which will consist of iiituy dinusin,'
Rooert M. Vsnnan has rented one of
the stores in the new Old Fellows
building on Salem iivmine and will
soon remove his plumbing busipsss
A programme of appropriate exor
cises has been arranged to bo rendered
n th evening of Washington's birth -
lay, at 6:80 o'clock, in the Alumni l;all
in the nijru school tiuuuing, at wniou
lime also will be presented to school
No 1 the American fl-tg It will be
the gift of the Patriotic O.-der Sons of
E 1. Marcy, driver of the National
ExprtM coiujiunr s ilelivury wagon, is
on the sick list, his place ou the wagon
is being temporarily tilled by D. Hay-
I his morning three gentlemen repre -
sentiug the Susquehanna, Steam Heat-
lug and Manufacturing comp my ar
rived in this city. The gentlemen were
Henry Sperl, A. 1). Harding, and
Tiiomas McDonald. Tho ol ject of their
visit was to meet the Carbondale board
nf trade to find out what advantages
they could aecure to aid them in
rebuilding their plant in this city. The
establishment of the above company
was recently burned oat at Susquehan
na. I he gentlemen were met oy a del
egation from the board of trade at Sec
retary Trantwain's office, and after
talking matters over Mayor Hundrick
plxced his conveyance at their disposal
and took the party about the city.
Post i thee hours on Washington a
irthday will be from 7.30 to 8 30 a.
in. and from n au to 4 -JO p m Hut one
delivery will be made by the carri ers.
The many friend in tnis city of
George Robinson, of Lenoxville, who
mot with what almost proved a fatal
accident while skating abontsix week's
ago, will be pleased to learu that he is
John Weston, of Honesdale, was
Carbondale visitor today.
j. j. uoogto is in rsew lork city on
Jurlgtd by Hla Aboenoa.
"I nlwnys suspected that cashier," snid
a member of the bourd of directors.
"Moybo he'll turn up," said another
"You can't always judge a man by his ap
"No; but In a case like this It is pretty
snie to juuge mm oy uis uisappearauco.'
ELECTION AT AVOCA.
A Quiet Day at th Polls List of Offl
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Avoca, Pa., Feb. 21. Election day
passed off very quietly here. The fol
lowing were the sucoessful candidates
for the different offices:
Burgess, O. D. Hollister; council,
John Cannon, ). B. Seamons; school
direotori, Jacob Webster, William
O'Malley; tax collector. Patrick
O'Boyie; high constable, J. P. Boas;
registry assessor, J. W. Clifford, South
dlstrlet; M. Moore, North diitriot;
judges of eleotion, W. H. Hollister,
DKUKK NHOK CO.. Inc'i. rapltal, $1,000,000.
BMH ai.no nhok in -i hi: woui.n,
"A dollar aarfd n a dollar earned."
Thin Lnrilos' Solid French UnnRolu Kid But
ton iioot aenvend ire snywiMie in me u.s..
receipt oM inn, Money Order,
Tir rci o note lor fi "
y way thu bonti
old Ki all retail store for
2.S. Wo make thla boot
ouraelvoa, thorefore wa guar-
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and If any ono Is not aaltnflrii
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. Send your atte;
ire ii HI nt vou.
William : Sissenberger
Opposite Baptist 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.
"Tis beauty that doth oft males women proud;
'Tts virtue that doth make thorn most admired;
'Tis modesty that makes them seem divine,"
This Shakespeare wrote 2)0 years ago. Hl he lived in thase days, when
women compete with the stronger sex in the bread-winning raee of life, he
would not have believed his stanza oompleti without this important addition:
"'Tis knowledge that makes woman a success."
Accident of birth may make one young woman a shop girl and her play
mate, born at the other end of the street, a college gr lu it and a society belle
They were equal in childhood; they aro separated now by several itrata of
society. But appraiso each at her own Intrinsic worth, and what is the only
element of real superiority which the rich girl possesses over the poor on.
It Is Education; It Is Knowledge.
Herein only is the rich girl aupsrior. Here only is she a more important
factor in lifo and of more value to herself and to society than her less fortunata
Even this diitinction need no longer exist; far no girl with strength and
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or sent by mail or ti-lophono to the mum, will
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