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THE SCBANTON TBIBUNE MOXDAT MORHlNa. DECEMBER 23. 1893.
6 lbs. New Muscatel Raisins,. 2 5
3 lbs. Rew Figs, . ;.25
4 lbs. New Dates. - .25
4 lbs. Cleaned Currants, - .25
1 lb. Cleaned Sultana Rai
Extra Lemon Peel, per lb., - .10
Extra Leghorn Citron, per lb., .12
4 lbs. Mixed Candy, - - .25
3 ibs. Clear Joys, - - -.25
SCRANTON and TAYLOR.
WEST SIDE EVENTS.
Two Yciiing Men Arrested for dentins
n Disturbance in tlio Snlviition
Army llurraekn Last Night.
Two young men whose ajros ore about
17 years created a dlBturlianco In the
Salvation Army barrack last evening
while the army wns In the mlilst of a
prayer tm-etlnc;. They spent last night
. n the West Side ntatinn house and
probably fines thl.s monilnff will cut
deep into their C'hrixtuiftH money. Li
quor was the real cause "f the trouble.
The hoys hud imbibed freely and were
in no condition to attend a prayer meet
ing. When they pot Inside the bar
lucks, however, they bewail to talk in a
loud toms. Tlie army lrjeinbrrs - en
Cmvd the disturbance for awhile.
They then ordered the disturbers out.
They went lint in a few minutes nfter
words they asaln returned ami created
a row. The iiollce were called. Lieu
tenant Williams and Oilleer Lewis an
Hwecini?. Alderman Hlnlr was sum
moned and a hearing was conducted at
10.20 n cluck. . TJie buys fjave their
names as James Hughes and John
Uawes, both of the West. Side. Lewis
Lewis and Samuel Morjran, two of the
army soldiers, testified to the facts
(riven above. The antlces of the tiris
oners made a hearing Impossible and
the two were locked up for the iiiirlit
This morning at 9 o'clock they will have
Died from llonrt DUcnne.
Mrs. Mary Moss, of Keyser Valley,
died suddenly Saturday evenlnp. She,
with her husband, had returned from
the central city, where they had pur
chased Christmas presents. Mrs. Moss
V 1 l At 1 . i i I i . i
nail liitt-11 iii nit? nuiim- ijiil u mio: l nine
i Ond was In the act of rnrryliiff an ad
opted daughter up a tllght of stairs
When she fell In a faint. Dr. Carroll
was summoned, but upon his early ar
rival the woman was dead. The cause
Is thought to be heart fullure.
Sunday School llcct Officer.
The Scranton Street P.aptist church
elected officers yesterday afternoon for
tne comtni? year. The new officers are:
Dr. B. O. Ueddoe, superintendent; N. D.
Morris, assistant superintendent; O. A.
Wntkins. secretary; a. Asbury, ussim
p.nt secretary; Harry Pnvls, treasurer;
Miss Tomllnson, pianist; Miss Lilly
Moore, organist for primary depart
ment; D. Evans, chorister.
Injured While Visiting,
Mrs. M. Adams, of West Plttston, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. 11. C. Ilimuan.
of Tenth street. Mrs. Adams came hen)
on Saturday to spend the holiday sea
son. A few hours after her arrivul, the
lady fell and severely -sprained her
ankle. Dr. LIndabury is in attendance.
News Notes ntid Personal.
The Hyde Park Literary ami Debating
society mcits tins evening with a good
programme as an attraction.
Christinas trees at Helper A Warnke's.
Lettuce, eelery, parsley, spinach, fresh,
at Ht'lsor & Wnrnke's.
Henry P. Davles, of Eynon street, gave
an Interesting talk on "The Water Sheds
of America" at last Snturdiiy night's
meeting of tlio Welsh Philosophical go-
The Courier-Progress is on the upward
move. Saturday's number was exceedingly
Three- pounds mixed nuts f.r Zi cents;
four pound mixed randy for 25 cents,
at Helser ard Warnke's.
The Colonial Social club has organized
a glee club for serena ling purposes.
The Young People's society of tho West
Side church will conduct a sunrise service
on Christmas morning In the Jackson
Street HatrHst church. Miss M. Louise
Wlllli.ms will conduct 'the meeting.
Religious notes on another page.
Plum pudding, :lmirr Viunlltv, 15 cents
per can. a t Helser & W'arnke's.
Miss Gertrude Freeman Is spending a
vacation from studies at Stroiidsburg
Normal school wMh her .parents, Mr nnd
Mrs. Thomas Froemun, of Bellevua
Daniel Robertson and Mrs. M. Midr. of
ihis side, were visiting friends in Taylor
New sweet cider at Helser & Warnke's.
T'lrkeys. chickens and ducks, frth
killed, nt Helser ft AVftrnke's.
Richard Thomas, tho well-known bass
Solo4st, has been engaged as one of the
vocal artists at the com In U'.io.i eistedd
fod. Miss Myra Pearee, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. H. P. Penrce, oT. Prink street, is
spending the holidays with her pnrents.
Miss Pearce Is a student at Stroudsburg
Poultry for Christmas dinner at Wnldle
Sterling's, the old McKcever stand, on
Edward Hughes, of Pdoomsburg State
Normal school. Is (wending the holldnv
season with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. D.
C. Hughes, of Division street.
William Jnmclson, ftstudent 'nt Rtrnuds
fcurg State Normal school. Is visiting his
parents on Washburn street.
Miss Ilertha Ivollev and T-uIu Knnpp, of
Stroudsburg Normal school, nre spending
the vacation with 'their parents, on the
Turkeys for Christmas at Wnldle &
Starling, inr, Jackson street (the old Me
Mrs. David T. Stephens, of Tenth street.
J" seriously ill. Her recovery is doubt
ful. Mrs. Stephens sustained iniurles
about six years sgo hv falling from a flight
or stairs. She bus ben an Invalid since.
Mj"- mo Mrs. C. P. Robertson, of North
a "-, wire villinw u-i ipi n"me
j of the letter s uncle. In Tnvlor. yesterday.
' -B:.T- has lien selected as leder
jf the Christmas wornlne- sunrise meet-
. . i"c!;on Street Baptist church,
n?L!lL""..Mi Lo,,1" Williams oa other
-Poultry for your ChWwtmos dinner.
Prices seeonllng o quality W A ReM
1114 Jackson street. ,uamyv w- A- "V'
?iiI?-..H- Ith Tny'"f- of South ttyrte
IlTniSV. recovcr,n -Miss
Mabelte Tost of Jackson afreet. Is
home from Bloomsbure; State Normal
mtrttiMYilnv mUHHM a - .
OHstmos dinner a Helse r- Warnke's
The- tote Mrs. Mi"-v MoTXitwM was
Imrled yesterday In Hyde Park Catholic
fr"oterv The funeral sm-vI,... werP ,(,
n St. PatHck's church ft 3 o'clock. Many
friends of. the deceased vera In attend
,--('. ; . -'i
i - Wtt SkH Rnslnesa Mreetorr. s
PT.tJMBINO-Wllllam D. Griffiths,. 118
'North Main avenue, does first-class
Plumbing, Steam Heat and Onn Fitting.
SKATES Club, Btrap and Lever, all
iasa; lowaat price; nice praam Grand
of fb? Siibiirbs.
double heaters, SIS and up. Dock Ash
range -and . shelf, $18 and up. R. J.
Hughes, 124 South Main, avenue.
BARKER Hair rutting and shaving done
in a nriit-olags manner nt John H. Reyn
old s JUirher SJiop, at Falri-nlin s Hotel.
FLOWERS FOR TUB HOLIDAYS At
') South Main avenue, near Jackson
street. Funeral designs a specialty
Harriet M. Davis, manager.
B1CVCI.KS repaired, scissors ground.
tools nharpeneil, saws tneii. Keys titled,
machines renalreil by W. L. Steenback.
dealer in Guns, Fishing Tackle, under
Vct Side bank.
PHOTOORAPHER Cabinet Photos, $1.40
per dozen. They are Just lovely. Con
vince JIHirsi'U l.V t-ttlllUK HL Pianrei o
Photo Parlors, 101 and 103 South Main
rjrtnrrcrtTFSTioeere Hlnndnrd Java Cof
fee is unexcelled. The leading coffo of
the day. For sole only at v. . .Mason
A Co. Flno Groceries, 118 South Main
SECOND HAND FlTRN'ITlTRE Cash for
anything veil have to sell, i-urnium-.
Stoves, Tools, etc. Call and see the
sto.-k of J. C. King, 10:14 and KCii Jack
Special sule of Holiday Wines for fam
ily use, 35 cents per quart, at James v.
Uesta, 303 Cedar avenue.
Cut glass pleases people of refine
ment as a Christmas gift. Turnquest
A few dainty hits of porcelain china
ns ii Christmas gift arc acceptable in
any home, Turnquest sells it.
There's an additional pleasure in giv
ing when one knows that the gift can
never be anything else than it seems to
be, nnd thut there Isn't a particle of
shorn about 11. If you buy it from
Turmiuest. the Jeweler, 203 Washington
avenue, It's bound to bo right, for he
has no shams in stock to offer you.
C0MIXG ATTK WTIOXS.
Denmnn Thompson's nualnt nnd lc
llcluus play, "The Old Homestead," will
bo seen this und tomorrow evenings tit
the Academy of Music. A visit to "The
Old Homestead is always refreshing,
for one seems to get away from him
self and breathe the sweet nir or the
hills, while he mingles with the quaint
characters whose purity of mind seems
to Invest life with new thoughts and
feelings. Tho breath of new mown hay
nnd fresh air of tho country pervades
New York city when "Uncle Josh goes
there to look after his son. Though
phases of the seumy side of life are in
troduced In the great metropolis, they
do not affect the purity of the play; hut
one cannot help feeling glad to get back
once more to the simple people of New
Kngland with their games, and songs
and old fashioned quadrilles.
On Christmas nftornoon and evening
Oliver and Knte Hyron and their com
pany will present "The l"js nnd Downs
of Life" at the Academy of Music. 'im
Indianapolis Sentinel said of their re
cent appearance in that city in "The
ITps and Downs of Life:" Ityron plays
the hero, Vivian Hnnsome, In his usual
honest, earnest fashion, while Knte Hy
ron, his charming wife, is the Irish ser
vant girl, Jane Judklns, who mnsquer
ades as a countess nnd marries a gro
cer's clerk, who Is likewise playing me
ancestral estate dodge. The discovery
of the double fraud lifter the marriage
ceremony Is worthy of spontaneity of
a 1 eamens. Jlr. Hyron makes un effec
The Christmas attraction at the
Frothinghum will bo Kate Claxton nnd
company in the "Two Orphans." Miss
Claxton has won for herself a great
reputation In that drama nnd made of
it one of the most Interesting and en
during on the American stage. She Is
always well received In this city nnd it
Is probable that the capacity of the
Frothinghum will be taxed to its ut
most nt the inntlnee and evening per
formances on Christmas. Sale of seats
begins this morning at !i a. in.
Today tho Flynn and Sheridan com
pany will open a three dnys' engage
ment nt Davis' Theater, Introducing a.
new idea, and presenting two distinct
and separate companies, twenty white
artists and fifteen Creoles, and novel
ties never before presented. Among
the many features thnt will be seen is
the grand opening cxtravnganzu. In
which both companies will appear. The
olio consists of a largo number of the
very best and most novel acts. The
finale to this double show will bo nn
original comedy, headed by Mile. Zit
telia, assisted by ten comedians. Mati
nees will be as usual.
Thursday evenlng"On Erin's Shores,
a romantic Irish drama, will bo pro
duced at the Acndemy of Music by a
good company. The drama has tho
great merit of originality, and a good,
strong, yet sweet story. Is worked out
In a very novel, yet most natural man
ner, each episode and Incident, whether
humorous, heroic, or exciting, belong
ing Just where it happens, so that the
Interest plcasurably increases act by
Is It Good llnotigh for You ?
Solid 14k. Fold in Jewelry should be
good enough for anybody. A'beautlful
opnl ring of this standnrd of fineness
costs but $3.!ifl nt Turnquest's, 205
Very choice Christmas gifts at Jew
eler Turnquest's, Washington avenue.
A Delightful Gift.
Something in diamonds will please
mostly anybody, and they're a sure
money getter if ever you should want
to realize on them. A very fine selec
tion can be made at Turnquest's, 20"
President nnd ('nnarcss Endorsed.
For the Scranton Tribune.
At a regular meeting of Griffin post, 139,
held last Friday night, the following reso
lutions were presented and unanimously
passed, nnd the same were ordered pub
lished, and a copy ordered sent to Hon.
J. A. Scranton, our representative in con
Rosplvtd by Lieutenant Ezra S. Grlffln
post. No. ISli, Department of Pennsylva
nia, Grand Army of the Republic, that the
post has learned with -the utmost satis
faction of the firm, patriotic nnd Just atti
tude ussumed by the president of the
United States In Ids messngo to congress
in relation to 'the unjustifiable course of
England In 'the matter of the Venezuelan
boundary. And the post has learned -with
enual sat irf action of the prompt and Pa
triotic support given to the president by
Resolved, That this post most "heartily
endorses the action of the president and
congress, nd while ileprecntlng any In
terruption of the peaceful relntlons exist
ing between England and this nation, the
post expresses Its clear conviction that,
in 'the present emergency. It Is Ihe un
doubted duty of every loyal rltizen of this
great nation to demand a firm nnd mntrl
otic stand on the part of the United States
n gainst every attempt at aggression by
England or nny other nation, and zealous
ly, support the administration In every ef
fort to maintain Amerlcnn rights and a
full recognition of tho Just demand of this
nation with respect to non-interference
by foreign nations with the affairs of the
countries of this western hemisphere. We
know not the future, hut we do know the
past. And knowing the past we
are well assured that no emerenc nn
arise which will not oall forth from nil
parts of this great nation north, south
enst and west the utmost energy, llher
lltv and patriotic endeavor for the preser
vation of nil rlchts which God has given
to us to maintain for ourselves snd for our
children. With firm trust in the God of
our fathers, and a hlch resolve to be
worthy of Amerlcnn citizenship, the peo
ple of tliis nation fear no future.
, w. tahl.
H. W. Loftus.
i , i S. H. Stevens.
' ; ' Committee.
There's no reason why Turnquest
cannot serve you well In th matter of
Jewelry, - He buys for cash, sells for
cash and always bas the very latest
novelties to show his patrons.
SOUTH SIDE NEWS.
Death of .Martin Kearney, of FI3 Street,
at the Moses Taylor Hospital.
. New Officers Chosen.
Martin Kearney, of Fig street, died
at the Moses Taylor hospital Saturday
at noon, and the remnins were brought
to his late home that evening. The
funeral will be held tomorrow morning
at 9 o'clock.wlth a high mass of requiem
at St. John's church nnd niterment will
be made in Hyde Park Catholic cemc
The deceased was forty-five years of
age and leaves a wife and seven small
children. The case Is one where the be
reaved family is deeply sympathized
with. Mr. Kearney was a well-known
man. Industrious and highly respected.
Somo months ago he became afflicted
with tumors and It was necessary to
submit to nn operation, which he un
derwent two weeks ago at the Moses
Taylor hospital. ' For a day or so after
thnt his condition was so weak that his
recovery was in grave doubt, but he
rallied and grew stronger, and there
were hopes that he would be restored
to his former good health, but last Frlr
day lie relapsed and grew worse stead
ily until ho died Saturday nt noon. The
South Side hafc lost nn upright citizen.
V M. I. Fleets Offico-s-At
a regular meeting held vesterdny
afternoon Columbus Council, "Young
Men's Institute, elected oilb-ers for the
ensuing year. They nrc: President,
Richard Sheridan; first vice-president,
P. K. Coyne; . second vice-president.
Frank Brady; recording secretary. Will
Daniels; financial secretary, M. F; Don
nhoe; corresponding secretary. John H.
O'Malley; treasurer, Pn trick J. Ruddy,
executive committee. Morris Duggan,
Pnul Romminzer. Attorney M. J. Dona
hoe and Kdward Durkln: delegates to
district council. P.H. Coyne, Paul Rom
minzer, P. J. Kelley, John Gnvan and
John K. Coyne. It was decided to hold
nn entertainment on Wednesday even
ing. Jan. 15, and a "smoker" New Year's
Tnlurcd nt tho Silk Mill.
Miss Nellie Hefnesr. of Plttston nve.
nue, an njerntive nt the Snunuolt silk
mill, suffered an injury to the rlgu.
hand Saturday, while pot serious, yet
it is very painful and will cause her to
remain Idle for some time. The index
nnd middle fingers of her right hand
were caught In the machinery of tue
loom at which she was working and
both were badly lacerated. Dr. J. A.
Manley was summoned and dressed the
Shorter Paragraphs of News.
John P. Donahoe returned Saturdny to
spend until Jan. (t at home, 011 Stone ave
nue. Re win graduate from ttie .New lorn
Cnlleire of Pharmacy next April.
William Morris, employed at the. Casey
& Kelley brewery, got bis right hand se
verely bruised Saturday -between two load
ed ale barrels. It will lay him idle for two
or three wet-ks.
The funeral of Tessle Richardson look
place yesterday nf'ernonn from the resi
dence of James J. Keating, nn Stone nve-
nue. There was a large gathering or per.
sons present. Interment was made in
Mlnooka Catholic cemetery.
On Christmas Dav 'the mases nt P.
.Tnhn's church will be nt II. S.S0 and 10 30,
The first nnd lat will be high masses. The
masses at St. Joseph s ehureh. jllnnoka.
will be nt r. 8 and 10, the first nnd last
Rings at all prices. Turnquest.
Shell combs nnd ornaments for the
hair at Turnquest's, 205 Wash. ave.
A Woll Dressed Woman
Is careful to see that her Jewelry Is
as much In touch with fashion ns her
new Paris bonnet. Turnquest Invites
all ladles of fashion to look over his
Jewelry stock. It's nil new, and he
Hatters himself that It will about fill
the bill to their highest expectations.
OVERPOWERED AN OFFICER.
A Prisoner Taken Away from Patrolman
linwks by Two of Ills Pals.
Patrolman Hawks arrested Michael
Ford on Oak street at 3 o'clock yester
day morning for disorderly conduct
and as he wns taking him to the sta
tion house two of the prisoner's friends
came up and by overpowering the officer
succeeded in releasing him., Later In
the night Patrolmen Hawks, Rodham
and Perry succeeded in recapturing
Ford and lodged him In the station
house. In police court he was fined $10,
which he paid.
Patrolman Hawks recognized his two
assailants and has warrants issued for
There's only two days till Christmas
now, and still there's much buying to
be done. Don't forget Turnquest, the
Jeweler, on your shopping tours.
Engraved silver thimbles, 25 cents.
LETTER TO SANTA CLAUS.
Little Girl Sent One to tho Old Fellow, In
euro of -The Trlbtino,
The following letter to "Santa Claus,
174 Iceslcklo street, Snow Town, care of
Tribune office," was received at this
Dear Santa Clause: Will you please
bring me for Christmas a doll with light
hair, a ring with a diamond in it, a nice
little box of handkerchiefs, a Christmas
tree, nuts, candy, nnd I guess that Is all
so good by Santa Clause.
P. S. Don't forget I am going to be a
Vei-y good girl. Mario Becker.
What's in a Numo?
Wife Look, John, there's the tea set
I'm going to send to mama.
Husband What or it where did you
Wife Why, at Turnquest s, Just as
Husband Its very pretty, but T
don't know anything about them. IC
Turnquest said it was good, however,
I know it must be.
COURT HOUSE NEWS NOTES.
A. W. Handlev. of Danbury. Conn..
called on Register of Wills Hopkins Sat
urday and procured acertinen copy ot tno
will of itho late John Handley. The Dan-
bury Handley said that he was a first cou
sin of the kite Judge.
Letter of administration In the estate
of Kdward Hobbs, late of this city, were
granted to Austin WhlttaKcr, (Saturday
by Register of Wills Hopkins.
Attorney Cornelius Smith filed a peti
tion in court Saturday morning asking
for a rule to strike off the non-suit In the
SloO.OOIMrespass suit against the Lehigh
Valley Railroad company and others. The
rule was granted returnable at next argu
Ainidlcatlon for a new trial was heard
Saturday morning before Judges Arch
bald and Gunster in the ctiso of Will
iam G. Davis awilnst William P. Roland.
This Is a case where a sorrel horse was
replevincd. Attorney C. Comegys ap
peared for Mr. Roland and Attorney Dle.nl
for Mr. Davis.
AMornev R. A. Bourke agued before
Judge Ardibald on the rule to strike off
the costs Imposed by the Jury on the pros
ecutor in the case of B. J. Neville, of the
West Side, against Messrs. Callahan &
Pahey, tho two young men whom he pros
ecuted for abusing a horse and negligence
by bailee. Judge Archbald struck off the
costs and placed them on the county.
MEETING OF THE CAR MEN.
They Nominated Officers forth. Ensnlnc
Year. ' - .
A lengthy meeting of the- Conduc
tors and Motormen's union of the Trac
tion company was held-from midnight
Saturday night until 4:30 yesterday
morning. The nomination of officers
waa what consumed so much time,
nearly every member of the organiza
tion being nominated for one oilice or
another. The election, will take place
next Saturday night after working
hours. ... "
The primary object of the meeting
was to hear from the grievance com
mittee that had been to General Mana
ger Silllman and Superintendent Fox
and had laid before these officials a list
of matters that the men desire to be
remedied, principally the . readjust
mont of the scale of wages. The em
ployes want 15 cents an hour for the
first six months and 20 cents an hour
thereafter. It Is a rule of tho union
that the names of the nominees remain
unheralded outside ot the meeting
The grievance committee anticipates
a statement from Mr. Silliman either
to-morrow or the day after.
They're too good to cut love. Turn
quest's beautiful sliver mounted pocket
Turnquest Will Sell Yon
almost any price of silverware sepa
rate, such as teapots, creams, sugars,
butters, etc., and In buying there you
may' depend that you're getting the
best nt tho very lowest price. 205 Wash
ington avenue. .
. Right in the Heart of It.
Christmas trade nt Turnquest's, tho
Jewerer's, 205 Washington avenue. Uo
and see for yourself.
Some lovely chainr, in the many ports
at Turnquest's, 205 Washington ave.
CRIMINAL COURT CONVENES.
Special Session to l.nst Two Weeks, Will
The special two-weeks' term of qunr
ter sessions court will begin today.
Judge Purdy, of Honcsdale, and Judge
Craig, of Lock Haven, will preside in
the main court room nnd No. 2 respec
tively. District Attorney John H. Jones
is opposed to the running of three crim
inal couils, 011 the ground thut he enn
not give the snme personal attention
to cases If a large number ure disposed
of ench day.
There are no weighty cases on the
list for the term. Nenrly all of them
nre misdemeanors nnd the generality
of them do not rise above assault and
battery. It is the intention of the dis
trict attorney to get through with them
all and have a clear list to begin the
new year with.
Slipper Palace, 50S Lackawanna ave.
The r Brothers "Slipper Palace"
On Christinas Eve.
When will nil the Jewelry and sil
verware presents that have been
bought at Turnquest'H be disposed of?
It's a big problem, too big to handle
these busy days, but Turnquest has a
few more things he'd like to dispose
of before Santa Clnus puts on the fin
ishing touches to bis delivery wagon.
1'uir nt Kcndhnm.
Take the street car for Rcndham, or
the Delaware und Hudson train for
Moosic, if you wish to witness the most
magnificent pageant and grand march
ever rehearsed in the country. The Fair
will open In K. J. Fallon's Music hall,
Old Forge, nt three o'clock Christmas
afternoon. Costumes representing the
nations of the world and well known
historical characters. Fine music and
the best tnjent obtninable for the en
tertainnient.which will open at S o'clock.
Conio early and secure scats.
Gold Filled Jewelry.
Looks as well as gold, for Its outside
Is a solid gold plate and will wear till
you're tired of it. It Is guaranteed by
the manufacturer for ten years. Full
assortment in all styles at Turn
quest's, 205 Washington avenue.
Special bargnln snle of ladles' and
misses' muds toduy nt Crane's. 321
Lackawanna avenue. Don't fall to se
cure one for Christmas,
10,000 Pairs inns
Slippers to select' from at the C Brothers
Slippers from 48 cents up at the G
Brothers' Slipper Paluoe.
FIGHT ON LLOYD STREET.
Colored Man lludly Injured by a lllou
from a Stone.
A fight took place on Lloyd street last
nltrlit between a colored man. whoso
numo could not be learned, and a Bo
hemian named Noack.
The colored mnn alleges thut Noack
hit him on the side of the head with a
lurjre Rtone. His enr was split by the
blow and n large rafrfrcd wound was In
flicted In tho side of his head. A war
rant will be Issued for Noack's arrest
WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD
FAMOUS LUNG HEALER
WHAT IS IT?
It Is a medicine carefully put tip and
compouudiMl, bfinir a diri-et copy of a
favorite pn-snnptioa n-cd by Di. Alex
ander O'Malley, of Vilkes flarre Pa., a
practicing vlivsiclan for over twenty
years, for ali fu'i-r and thro it troubles,
and is guaranteed to do all that Is i-lnimed
for it. It is not u "euro all" but it will
certainly relieve all lunir diseases, cure
coughs and bronchitia. avert pneumonia
and prevent consumption by its timely
action on the sensitive lnnii tubes and
tissues. Thousands of bottles hare been
sold Inst ynnr, und thousiuds of souU
saved from nn early rave by Its use.
Once used a family will never b without
it ill the huusu.
For sale by all dealers, ag cent.
IT IS TIME TO GET OUT
And Get Your Holiday Goadi Now.
Vou will find a cbnico line of
ICB SKATES, POI.O STICKS,
FOOT HALLS, HOXINU (ll.OVES,
AIR Kit I. I S, I'OCkhT KNIVES,
Ot NS, USHINO TACKI I! AND
ATHLETIC OOODS AMU BICYCLES
At the Old Stand,
A. W. JUR1SCH, sprlB sr.
The St. Denis
Broadway and Eleventh St., New York.
Opp. Oraca Church, European Plan.
Rooms $1.00 a Day and Upwards.
In a tnodost and nnobtrnslve wnv there am
few better conducted hotels la the metropolis
tlmn the St. Dents.
Tho great pepu'arlty It has acquired can
readily be traced to Ita unique location, its
homelike atmossbere. the Deoullar excellence
of its cnlsliie and ssrrloe, and ita very moder
ate prices. ,
WILLIAM TAYLOR AND SON.
No matter how violent or excruciating
the pain, the Rheumatic, Bedridden, In
firm, Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgic, or
prostrated with diseases may suffer,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Will Afford Instant Ease.
For hendache (whether sick or nervous),
toothache, nouralgia. rheumatism, lum
bago, pains and weakness In the back,
spine or kidneys, pains around the liv'er,
pleurisy, swelling of the Joints and pains
of all kinds, the application of Railway s
Ready Relief will afford immediate rase,
nnd its continued use for a few days effect
a permanent cure.
Instantly stops the most excruciating
pal.-is, allays Inflammation and cures con
gestions, whether of the Lungs, Stomach,
Rowels or other glands or mucous mem
branes. Kadway's llfady Kelicf
CURES AND PREVENTS
Colds, Coughs, Sore Throat, Influent
za, Bronchitis, Pneumonia, Rheu
matism, Neuralgia, Headache,
Toothache, Asthma, Dif
CURES THE WORST PAINS In from
one to twenty minutes. Not one hour
after reading this advertisement need any
one SUFFER WITH PAIN.
INTERNALLY A half to a teaspoonful
in half a tumbler of water will In a few
minutes cure Cramps, Spasms. Sour
Stomach. Nausea, Vomiting, Heartburn,
Sink Headache, Diarrhoea. Colic, Flatu.
lency and all internal pains.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF.
Price, 50c. per Bottle. Sold by all
Soon LH fl?r?
And to be proparod to meet the cold
weather you want seasonable Salt or
an Overcoat or both
AND THE BEST PLACE
TO VISIT F03 SOMETHING G393
li (OCHAHT TAIL0HIN3
406 Lackawanna Avo.
THERE YOU WILL FIND
The largest stock to select from, Trba
minga Always ot the Best, Latest Styles
in Cutting, and made up oa tbe presumes
by Expert Workmen.
flNothlng allowed to leave thaeitab
liohraent unlets satisfactory to the cus
tomer, and the lowest prices consistent
with Oood llnrchaut Tailoring.
Manufacturer! of the Celebrated
100,000 Barrels per Annum
MINING, BLASTING AND SPORTING
Manufactured at tbe Wapwallnpea Mills, Lo)
serno county, Pa., and at Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent for the Wyoming Distriot.
t18 WYOMING AVE Scranton, Pa
Third National Bank Bonding.
TH08. FOBIXMttaton, Pa.
JuHN B. HMITI1 A SON, Plytnonth, Pa,
E. W MULLIGAN. Wilkes flam. Pa.
Agenwi zor me itcpauno vuemicai
fjofty'a Blgb Explosives,
VITRIFIED BRICK TILE
SHALE PAVING BRICK
AND BUILDING BRICX
Oflioei 320 Washington Avcnuo.
Works) Nay-Aug, Ia E. W. V. R. B.
M. H. DALE,
General Sales Agent, Scranton, Pa
OmOE AND WAREHOUSE,
Ml TO 151 MERIDIAN STREST
M. W. COLLINS, fVTfifn.
Or all kinds, manufactured at short
notice, at Tlio Tribune Office.
- - 3V
BUD Oil D M1FIC11 fflp
Special for a Few Days Only.
JACKETS AND CAPES
For Ladies, Hisses and Children.
Special to Close Out the Entire Line
The carmen la nfrret
perfect iu shape and 11 pish as
they can be made, and all we
ask of the public is an inspec
tion, nothing more, l'rlcea
will talk for themselves.
100 Ladies' Kersey Jackets,
S7..'u viilue, for
SO Ladies' Bouele Jacket,
$12 value, for
42 Ladies' Kersoy Jacket,
8U.t value, for
3D Ladles' KrieBo Jacket.
SIViO value, fur
47 Jackets, $14.50 to SIOOJ
25 Lading' Capes, rpecial $7
12 Laiios' Double Braided
Caprs, 812 value, for
50 MifNeV Oreti'beim, All
sizes, 1 value, euoice
36 MiwtoH' Jackets, a to li
years, J4 value, choice...
40 Lndien' Fur Capes, full
sweep, 814 value, f i
Come with a lean punwor a fat ono.
you ran command a wl.ne choice; unci
whether you pay little or much, you
can bo sure of a sty toll, seaalble Hat
or Bouuot evory time.
FOR A FEW DAYS ALL MILLINERY AT HALF PRICE
308 Lackawanna Avenue, Scranton, Pa. 308.
The General Household Supply Store
Corner Penn Ave. and Spruce St.
China Plate, Cup and Saucers,
Tea Sets, Sugnr-and-Creams,
Dinner and Tea Set.
selling them 20
Penn Ave. and Spruce St.
Mugncr Keis, Lessees and .Managers.
S MATINEE AND EVENING
WEDNESDAY, DEC. .25
The Favorite Actresi,
And Her Own Company of PlayetJl
iu tbe Ever i'upular Drama,
Matinee Prices - - 25c and 50c
Solo of souts opens Monday, December 23, at
Coal of the best quality for dotnestlt
Use, and of all sixes, delivered la ao
(art of the city at lowest price.
Orders left at my Offlca
NO. 118 WYOMING AVENUE,
Rear room, first floor, Third National
Bank, or sent by mall or telephone to the
nine, will receive prompt attention.
Special contractu will be made for tht
Mia and delivery of Buckwheat CoaL
WM. T. SMITH.
uthir.lMX,f 0f Me.
TUB QftaAT SOtb bay.
prodneea the above remit. In 80 day, ttactt
powerfully aiil qnlekly. Cur., when all others (all
Voana m.a will regain th.lr lost manhood, sad old
aa will tseovsr th.tr youthful wor by vain
NKT1VO. It oulcalr wd anelr restores Mreu
mss, teat Titalltr, Inpomer, KUhtly Eraiaaoaa,
LestFower.ralUiif Memory, Wattle DleaaMa.aad
til sleets of saU-abose or cum and Indiscretion,
osteal? ewes sy Martini at the wet of disease, hut
Issireas aerva toalo sod blood bnllder, brla
ls beet th sink glow to pal choeks and r
jwrlnc she Are of youth. It ward, off Inanity
nd OsDsunptloa Insist oa hsrtBt BKVtVO, as
other. It oso be eanied la east yeeket. Mr nail,
51.00 per packs, or alt lot M.OO, with a post
Mea writtoa aaarwatoo to war av faroad
iheasoaay. Ouenlsitns. MUrsaa
om ME0ICINI CO.. 13 Rim St., CtttftMO. ILL
tat ' tM 9T BfaMhavaatoa Diwukw
Lemonade Sets, 70c up.
Wine Sets, 60c up.
Table Set, go different pattern, 25c and aaw
Cake Salvers, Fruit Dishes,
Cheese Plates and Covers.
braes, with center draft. .
onyx, with center draft. .
orjyx, with ilk t-hades.
. 2.50 upward
,. 6.75 upward
. .95 upward
. 2.50 upward
immense stock of Lamns.
per cent, less than the sama
can ue Dougnt lor anywhere.
Come and see our display of Holiday Goods,
Dolls, Iron Toys, Wagons, Zithers, Phono
harps, Games, Books, Dishes, Tables, Desks,
Sleighs, Blocks, Tree Ornaments, Candles,
Albums, Toilet Cases, Manicure Sets, Shaving
and Smoking Sets, Fan Boxes, Glove Boxes.
We have a big stock, but advise' you tJ
come early and avoid the rush.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
Alonday anil Tuesday, Dec.ij and 14,
Dfc'NMAN THOMPSON'S BEAUTIFUL PLAY,
MANAUEMRNT OF E. A. M'FARLAND.
Company Larger and Better Than Ever Before,
Sale of scats open Friday. Prices SI, 75c,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
CHRISTMAS MATINEE AND NIOHT.
The Talented Actor,
Supported br the Charming Artiste,
And a Competent Company, in
THE UPS AND DOWNS OF LIFE
Iiuplote with Startling; Bitnatlnns.
Sale of seats opens Monday at o'clock.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
Thursday, December aO,
A romoiftlc Irish dram by Michael J. Mo
roney. A plctnro of Ireland framed
in smiles and tear.
ON ERIN'S SHORES
Tho Harp of Erin strummed by Irish players.
Celtic wit, humor and pathos elaborate acenlo
effects. New and appropriate songs and laualo.
PRICES, 25c, 35c, 50c and 75c
Sale of seats poena Tnaaday.
MONDAY, TUESDAY AND
FLYNN & SHERIDAN'S
20 BEAUTIFUL WHITE LADIES 30
15 HANDSOME CREOLES-15
A HOST OF NOVELTIES. '
NOTHINO LIKE IT EVER SEEN.
TWO SHOWS IN ONB
Ateisslon, 10, 20 and 30 Ceatt