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TITti SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 27. 1894.
LI NEWS Of
The Sciunton Tribune's Pittston de
pariinont is ia otUUrga of J. M. Fahy, to
whom news items ami complaints may bo
BUDGET OF INTERESTING NEWS.
The News of Two Thriving Towns Tsras-
and Briahtly Told.
A blinding snow storm btgan falling
early yesterday morning and continued
Without interruption nntil nearly three
o'clock. The snow covered a depth of
five inches 'ami i caused a supension of
travel on the West Side electric road
for several hours.
The stove works were idle yesterday
owing to the water main which fee le
the boiler baring beoome frozen. Work
will be resumed this inorninic as UIlL
The cupola for the Pittston Street
Range company arrived hero yesterday.
It has a rapacity cupable of melting
rive tone of iron an hour and is of thw
Constable P, J. E'irly expects to leave
early next week 00 a business trip to
Roanoke, Vs., and other points in the
Notwithstanding the heavy mow
storm of yesierday Conductor Cob
grove, of the street, car line, managed
to make regular trips to all trains.
The Buck Diamond Hook and Lad
der company have good cause to feel
elated ovdr the excellent showing
which has so far attended their efforts.
The receipts of the fair up to and in
cluding Saturday night amounted to
1.094.48 The fair was continued last
evening and was attended by an unus
ually large throng of persons. It is the
intention of the management to bring
it to a close this evening.
The Eagle Hose company's fair closed
Saturday night, but will be opened
again Friday and Saturday evenings,
March 10 and IT. The bicvele coutest
between M. BlllCkwell and W. Lynws
will close on the latter night. The
company has also decided to give an
exhibition Nihil on the evoning of
March 17, at 7 o'clock, at the corner of
All trainmen in this vicinity who
were concerned in the recent Lehigh
Valley strike received their pay from
the brotherhood yesterday, but instead
of three mouths' pay they were given
only one mouth's. $oj They Were told
by the brotherhoon officers that thoy
will be given the second month's pay
In a week or two, and the third month's
itill later on.
On Tuesday afternoon, March Oth,
ameetiug of all the Congregational
aiiuisters in the Wyoming and Lacka
wanna valleys will be held in the First
Congregational church in this place,
for the purpose of organizing a denom
inational ministerial association.
Treasurer Watson reports the follow
ng contributions to the hospital fond:
Mrs. William Bresford, $1; Parsonage
Street Union chapel. $3 .00; Mrs. Leon
Sacks, 5; Peter Oight, 10; Mrs. Eliza
beth liryden. $10; Luzerne Avenue
3antist Sunday school, $80.06.
An exciting game of polo waa played
at the Wyoming skating rink. The
contesting clubs were the Stars, of
West Pittston, and the Niagaras, of
Wyoming. The game lasted forty
minutes and resulted iu a tie, 1 to 1
The judges of election of the various
wards of Pittston borough will meet at
the town ball this (Tuesday) evening at
3 o'clock, to issue certificates of elec
tion to the different candidates elected
at the recent borough election.
The Sodality of the Blessed Virgin
jf St. John's chnrch will hold a festival
itnd entertainment some time during
:he month of April. The following
committee has the matter iu hands and
will meet at the parochial school hall
aext Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock, to
perfect arrangements: Messrs. James
Moran, John Nolan, Will Collier, P. F.
Joyce, James A. Joyce, T. A Grace,
and the Misses T. McAndrew, N.
Walsh. A. O'Boyle, M. Mellale. M.
Keorney, B. Walsh, J. Ganghan, E.
Long, L. Rutledge, A. Kearney, M.
Louzhney, M. Bgley, L. Connell, M.
Shaughnessy, C. Helms, E. Corroll,
Annie Kane and Alice McHale.
Tony Farrell the popular Irish come
dian will present his latast success, "My
ivdleen at .,- hall this evening.
What came near causing serious
conflagration was happily averted yes
terday morning by John P. Kearney
and a sorce of men. A pile of shavings
in close pminixity to the Pittston
Uomigateu iron Kooahg company s
frame building on Dock street were
discovered to be on fire. With the aid
of several buckets of water the flimes
were extinguished. It is thought the
fire was started by a gang of tramps
who slept in one of the buildings the
previous night to warm themselves be
fore starting out in the morning.
The mnslcale that was to have been
held at the home of Mr. G. H. Smith,
on Montgomery street, this evening,
has been postponed until Friday even
ing, March 2.
Kosa B, aged 2 years and 11 months,
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Charles G
Hammond, of Montgomery street, diet
A RUN ON THE BANK.
How About the Daily Balance
of Nervous Energy?
From January to Mny a Serious Period.
The Necessity of a True Food for the
Nerves and ltlnoil What Value's Celery
Compound Has Done The Case of Mr.
From January until May there is a
fearful demand made on one's stoek of
health fevers, pulmonary troubles,
and the host of cold weather ills
quickly briup the vitality and expend
the nervous force.
Those with an insufficient reserve of
vigor and nervous energy fall winter
victims to contagions diseases of liver,
stomach, and kidneys.
These important organs, whose duly
it is to feed the tissues an 1 kaep the
blool pure, feel the lack of nervous
eiurgy quickest They require more
nerve food than other part or me
body. The result is o breakdown iu
heart, luug, kidneys, liver or braiu.
The different organs of the body se
lect from the food the nourishment a: -
propriate to thein. Paine's celery com
pound is especially prepared to furnish
at one abundant nutrition to oauiy ieu
nerves and impoverished blood.
Every one should proht by tne oxoe-
rieuco of Thomas Glaze, of Pittsburg,
, who says :
I was taken with the droDsy about
one vear ago iu tho feet aud legs, and
took several medicines, but without
benefit until I tried Paiae's celery
nnmnonnd. I felt better soou aft
taking it, aud uo nave any
from the dropsy now.
this morning. The funeral
place tomorrow at 2 p. ra
will be held at tbe house,
in West Pittston cemetery
The civil suit of Miss Anna Dickin
son against G. B. Thompson, J. L
Uortnght and otb.nr, crowing: out of
Miss Dickinson's incarceration in Dan
ville asylum, Is set down for trial on
March 5 next Mondsy in the United
Miaies circmc conrt, which meets in
Ttin osrltor symptoms of dyspepula, snch
as distress after eating, heartburn, and
occasional headaches, should not be ne
glected. Take Hood's Sarsapurillu and be
Foo-l's Pills are tho best family cathartic
anu liver modicine. Harmless, reliable.
It Can Do Dons, But
Of course the DOthiesS of the country
tan adapt itself to the Wilson bill. A toad
can adapt itself to beinu under a narrow
but the process of adaptation is not pleas
nt, and the conditions wnon reached is
not conducive to happiness.
Dyspepsia and Indimstlon
In their worRt forms ar cured by the
use of 1J. P. r. If you are debilitated and
run down, or if you need a tonic to regain
lleshand lost iimintiti', Ktrotieiu and vigor,
take P. P. P.. and you will be strong aud
healthy. For shattered coustitutious anil
lost manhood F P. P. (Prickly Ash, Potcn
Root and Potassium) is the king of all
medicines. P. P. P. is the greatest blood
purifier in the world, i'or sale by all
Thought It Would '". Lonesome.
Editor (having glanced nt thecontrib
ator's joke) Where's theotherr
Contributor "Other? Thore isn't any
Kditor "Oil, I thought Noah took two
of. every kind into tho ark."
Same Way with Hsr Trunk.
A woman never has a valise so large that
It can oe closed without squeezing.
A Considerate ISoy. "
Mother Back already'.' Well, I'm
glad it's over. Did the tooth hurt much
when it was pulled?
Small Son I didn't have it out.
"What? Didn't you go to the den
Yes'm. but there was two people
ahead of me."
'Why didn't you wait?"
'I I was 'fraid they'd feel 'shamed
if I stayed and heard them holler."
We have placed on sale
our line of Ginsrhams 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
OIL AND MANUFACTURING CO.
MHUUfurturort nntl Dcalnrt I
ilso Shafting and Journal Greasa.
A. B. Brown's Bee Hive, Pittston, Pa.
Thousands Remnants of Dry Goods. Cloaks and. Fur Capes during
sale, at less than cost ol material.
Every inch of counter room covered with the greatest bargains ever
Ladies' Felt Hats, this season's styles lOo. each.
Boys' Winter Waists lOo each.
Muffs 30c. each.
Cloaks $1.50 eiioh.
HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR AND NOTIONS AT QUARTER OF VALUE
COME, IT WILL FAY YOU.
Great Clearing Sale.
A. B. BROWN'S BEE HIVE,
Rooms 1 and 1 Commonwealth Bld'a
MINING and BLASTING
Made at the MOOSIC find HU81I
Lafllin & Rand Powder Co.'s
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Batteries, Fuse for explod
ing blasts, Safety Fuse and
RepaunoChemical Co.'s High Explosives
0FFIC'E:-K1 West Lackawanna Aviv
Vi'OliKS-. -Meridian Stroa'.
Forpurity, and for Improvement Of the com
plexion, nothing equals Ponom'S Powder.
. Robinson's Sons'
Manufacturers of the CelebrateJ
100,000 Bbls. Per Annum,
A XcfdleRS Luxury.
Father The idea of marrying that
young1 fellow! He couldn't scrape
enough money together to buy a square
Daughter But what difference need
that make'.' We haven't either of us
lad. a bit of appetite for months. N.
Life As It la.
Life Is such a strange condition,"
Anywhere its course is run;
Yon can lend torn thousand dollars
Where you cannot borrow one.
Detroit Free Press.
An Tutewstinc PrfcetliDfp.
"Did you ever see anything funnier
than two men trying to talk politics
without getting mad?"
"Oh. yes. I've seen two girls trying
to snub each other." Chicago Record.
They Like It.
Jack Dynamite is unpopular in
France, isn't it?
Tom Yes, except among the bomb
element Atlanta Constitution.
Why Th-y All Are.
IT e Why are ynu so sweet?
She I guess it is because all the men
if my acquaintance persist in giving
me taffy. Truth.
IK HAD A RATTLINO TI1IE.
A Cnte in Point,
"There are times," said the man with
the oratorical manner, "when we are
rvcrwhclmed with humiliation at the
powerlcssnesB of the human mind."
"That's very true," was the reply.
'I'm often made to feel so."
"Yes; I have a four-year-old daugh
ter who asks questions." Washington
Not To. Hold.
New Boarder One thing I'll say for
these eggs. There's nothing bold or
anpudent about them.
Landlord Hold or impudent? I don't
New Hoarder Why, not a bit too
fresh, you know. Buffalo Courier.
"So you married a telephone girl
n account of hor sweet voice, eh?.
Are her tones as dulcet as ever?"
"Er well they might be If they
were at the, end of two or three thou
sand feet of wire ns in the old duys."
Clsar Oass of Uttur Woe.
1 ' , '1 . f "i Star.
"I understand you saw tho play last
night," she said.
"No," replied tho melancholy young
man. "1 was bohlnd tho woman with a
'But you could at least Bit comfortably
and enjoy tho music."
"No. I was next to tbe man who spreads
himself over throe seats and keeps time
with his feet."
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