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THE SCRANTON TBIBUNE TRIDAT MORNINd, JANUARY 3. 189(5.
WEST SIDE EVENTS.
Robert Morrlsi Lodge Officer Installed
by Kcese Morgan, of Wllkei-Barrc,
Vice I'refcidont of lirund Lodge
Robert Morris I.oiIko of IvorltPS Is
rapidly uHertinr Itself iih tln lcudlnir
FOclul organization on tin' Wost Side.
A Rinoktft- w.'ib held lust evening which
eclipsed nil former efforts in ilielr hocIiiI
history, in tin1 early purt of the even
ing ottirers for tlio present term were
ltistulleil by vii-p-presidc nt of the frrand
lodire, Keese Morgan, of Wllkes-ltuiTe.
The otlloers were: Roger Kvana, presi
dent; Dr. H. (!. HeiMoe, vice-president;
!. A. Wllliiinis, tlnancial Hecretary; 1).
J. Davis, correiiondlnB secretary; Kli
liunis, conductor: I.ewla A. Howell,
Htpwurd; I'hlllp Wllllumtt, trustee; Ira
J)avis, outside guardian; l. J. Heese,
inside guardian; l'nst President K. I).
Jones, representative to the (irand
Iodise. The Indite was adjourned after
'An lniromptu entertainment was
held utterwaiil, which begun with - He
lection by a sextette composed of the
jouiiKer members of the lodtfe. Others
who spoke or .participated In other ways
In the evening' entertainment were:
Kdwnrd James, Morris Thomas, prize
winners at the Itellcviic eisteddfod: At
torney Will K. Lewis, lr. It. C. lteddoe,
Howell Harris, John J. IUivies, Kmer
Bon 1. Owen and the guest of the lodge,
The latter cave un address In the
Velsh language. After the enleitaln
Tnent refreshment:! and cigars were en
joyed by the several hundred In attend
ance. The Indue will conduct an eis
teddfod on March 17.
Death of John T. Davis.
John T. Davis, nn engineer at the
Hyde I'ark colliery, died yesterday
morning nt II. .'10 o'clock at his home, 147
North Fllmoro avenue. The deceased
vas widely known on the West Side,
where he has lived for the past thirty
years. He was born M years ago. in
A ales but he emigrated to this country
.when a young num. Mr. Davis was nn
tynploye at the Hyde I'ark colliery for
ifiuny years, und has held n responsible
position lor ine past tourieen years. Mr,
Dajvla was a widower, and Is survived
by Mrs. William Morgnn of Washburn
trwt. I.eceaseil was a member of
Hyde Purk lodge, No. "M. Knight of
Pythias, mill Silurian lodge, indepen
dent Order of Odd Fellows. The funeral
will be held Sunday afternoon nt 2.H0
o'clock from the late residence of the
deceased, Interim nt will be made In
Washburn street cemetery.
I ructiiicd Leg by railing.
C. 7.. Jackson, n resident of liingham
tnn, was visltlmr on the West Side on
New Year's day. Willie walking up
Alain avenue he slipped on the Ice at
the entrance to Wymbs court and In
falling fractured his right leg. He was
taken to the home of his mother, Mrs.
C. A. Jackson, lus South Main avenue,
here he still remains.
I.lttlo Ones I'.njojr Tliomsclvcs.
Miss Marion Hall, daughter of Dr.
find Mrs. K. H. Hall, of North Main
avenue, entertained several of her
young friends ycsterdny afternoon. The
Joyments. MJss (trace Acker assisted
little folks passed the time In many en-
ACLEARANCE SALE that shall over
" top anything ever attempted here.
Everybody knows the high rank our garments have held
for years, and at the fixed prices they were marked, which
is the very lowest, as one-price system exacts, we have been
most conscientious and courageous, without flinching, to
tag every garment in plain figures at lower prices still.
Here are some of the notable reductions:
Chllds Knee Pant Suits. - double
breasted, formerly $2.50, $3.00 and
13.50, received a week ago,
Child's Ulue Chinchilla Reefers.sall
or collars and gilt buttons, sold
everywhere from $2.50 to $3.00,
Reduced to $1,59
Child's Heavier Chinchilla Reefers
sailor collars and broad bound,
about half their value.
Reduced to $1.98
Boys' tan add blue Shetlund t'lsters,
other stores have asked $6.00, $7.00
Down to $:l.J8
Boys' double and single breasted
Overcoats, high grades In short
lengths, were $7.50, $8.00 and $10.00,
Down to $5.00
Double breasted fancy braided
Keefer Suits, exclusive styles,
sked elsewhere from $.1.00 to $4.00,
Down to $1.89
Child's Knee Pants, a vast assort
ment In woolen fabrics, worth all
. the way to 75 cents,
Down to 38c
All our highest grades of Trousers, Suits, Overcoats,
Ulsters, House Coats, whether for men or children, in a
range of prices from $5.00 to
subjected to the most liberal
enumerate everything in detail. Bear in mind that our
present reductions are based
-v rea, prices ai
real prices ana not created to
Sn t:-i Cl:n,
of fb? Stobs.
ln serving refreshments. Those pres
ent were Marie Becker, Margaret Acker,
Kate Davis, Klsle Becker, Kuth Acker
and EUie Acker.
. Caucbs Wilt Not Bo Held'. .
The members of the vigilance com
mittee of the Second district of the
Fourteenth ward state that a caucus
will not be held In that ward this after
noon. : .
Withdrew from the rifiht.
Daniel Lewis and David C. Hughes
have withdrawn as candidates for dele
gates to the city convention from the
Second district of the Fourth ward in
favor of Messrs Kvans and Williams.
The withdrawal wus made last night.
News Notes and Personals.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reynolds anil fam
ily, of Hampton -street, and Mr. and Mrs.
John Hevnulils, of Kynon street, spent
New Year's Day with sir. and Mrs. Kuwin
Reese, of Leemlne. It was tho tenth an
niversary celebration of the marriugv of
Mr. and Mrs. Reese.
Mrs. Fred Tlioni .a, of Oarbondale, Is
visiting West Sldo friends.
Kdwurd Hughes, of Division street, has
returned his studies at llloomsburg State
The Oriole dancing class will meet
Wednesday night for rehearsal. After that
the class will meet regularly on Tuesday
evenltiKS of each week.
The following have been elected as offi
cers of Camp No. 33, Patriotic; Order Sons
of True Americans: President, Mrs. Kllsa
Alvord; assistant president, J. J. tlreen;
vice-president, Lena Davis; assislant vice
president, .Manettret Kern; conductor,
Huttie .Marsh: ussistant conductor, Mary
Hubert tlnancial secretary. I.iielen Deck
er; recording secretary, .Mrs. Ida Kid red;
treasurer, Ueorge !'. Huvver; guard. Airs.
I'harles Auer; sentinel, Alary Roberts;
trustee, Mrs. Hlsbing.
Mrs. F. P. Doty and children are visit
ing friends in Peekvllle.
John II. Snyder and wife, of Avoca, vis
ited their former pastor, at Hampton
Street parsonage, recently.
.Miss Lillian Loliniun, of Wllkes-Harre,
Is visiting .Miss Louise 1'ehrig, of Sixth
street. . , ,
Miss Margaret Thomas, of Oarbondale,
returned home yesterday after u brief visit
Tho Misses Jennie Lewis. Martha
Vaughn, Uzule June, Delia P. Kvans,
Kate Ia-wis and Liixlo A. Kvans spent
New Year's Day at the residence of W.
U. Thomas, of West Plttslou,
West Sido business Directory.
PLr.MDING-WIHInm 1. Griffiths. 113
North Main avenue, does first-class
Plumbing. Steam Heat and Oas Kitting.
Satisfaction is strictly guaranteed.
SKATKS Club, Strap and Lever, all
sizes; lowest price; nice present. Ornnd
double heaters, $18 and up. Dock Ash
range and shelr. $18 and up. R. J.
Hughes, 124 South Main avenue.
BARUKK Hair cutting and shaving done
In a llrst-class manner at John H. Reyn
old's Barber Shop, nt Fall-child's Hotel.
FlAJVYKKS FOR THK HOLIDAYS At
10 South Main avenue, near Jackson
street. Funeral designs u specialty.
Harriet . I. Davis, manager.
BICYCLES repaired, scissors ground,
tools sharpened, saws filed, keys fitted,
machines repaired by W. L. Sleenbar k.
dealer In Ouns. Fishing Tackle, under
West Side bsnk. , . ., ..
PHOTOtiKAPHKR Cabinet Photos, 11.40
per dozen. They are Just lovely. Con
vince yourself by calling at Starrier s
Photo Parlors, 101 and 103 South Mam
nveniip. . , -
CHOCKRIES Revere Rtandnrd Java Cor
fee Is unexcelled. Tho leading , coffe of
the day. For sale only at F. W. Mason
& Co. Fino Groceries, 110 South Main
SKCOND HAND FURNITl'RE-Cash for
anything you have to sell, furniture.
Stoves. Tools, etc. Call and see the
stock fit J. C. King, lO'Jl and 1026 Jack
son etreet. . .
Special sale of Holiday Wines for fam
ily use, 35 cents per quart, at James F.
Bests, 808 Cedar avenue.
Caused tho Arrest of Lmmct Krlckson on
the West Side.
Emmet ErlcksonTa Swede.who boards
on Sherman avenue, was arrested at 2
o'clock this morning for recklessly fir
ing a revolver at Jackson street and
Hyde Park avenue.
Krlckson came to the central city
early in tho evening and purchased a
revolver and fifty cartridges. Then he
became partly intoxicated and on his
way home fired at the electric light at
Jackson street and Hyde Park aventia
to test his gun.
Officers chased him to Lincoln ave
nue, where he was arrested.
FROM LACK OF MEDICINE.
faith Cure Treatment Instead Fails of
Columbus. Ohio, Jan. 2. There la
much excitement and indignation on
the West side us the result nf tho H..oth
of Mrs. Orrie Chambers from pneumonia
Her biiHbnnd Is a faith-cure believer,
and, although a cousin of Mrs. Cham
bers secured the services of a physician,
the medicine ho prescribed was not
given, and prayer alone resorted to.
the $1.00 kind,
"Star" waists of
A splendid choice ut 69c
Men's pure fur Derby Hats In sty
Down to 69c, w orth double
MenB Neckwear of any sort; your
choice of our entire stock
At exactly half former popular
Men's standard make of fast color,
all wool Casslmeres, worth $10 00
Down to $7.00
Men's Single Pants In worsted and
casslmere, odd and end pairs
At about half price
Men's Double Breasted Iteefers with
Down to $4.25
Men's black and blue Kersey Over
coats In irregular run of sizes,
Down to $0.98
Men's T'lsters in Shetland. Frieze
and Chinchillas, if smull lots
About half price
$40.00 garments have been
reductions, and cannot here
upon the former actual and
suit this occasion.
Kritsrs v.i Festal
' SOUTH SIDE NEWS.
Republicans of tho Eleventh Word lid
Not Caucus-Supper of St. John's
Choir-Wcll'Known Woman lcd.
In making the announcement yesterday
that Kt'ptibllcnns of the Kleveuth ward
would luil. I their caucus last night at
licrniunlii hall. The Tribune was guided
by the Information furnished by men ill
the party who were retarded as possejs-
tie the facts about the matter. The vik-
lliince committee will meet some time
this week, tonight perhaps, and tlx a
date for the caucus.
The Democrats of the Twelfth ward will
nominate their olhcers Saturday evening.
Jan. II. The Democrats of the Nineteenth
and Twentieth wards are not decided yet
us to when their caucuses will be held.
he Kenubllcans of three wards, besides
the Kleveuth, ure waiting until the breth
ren of the opposite persuasion get ihrouKh
with their nominating.
Supper of St. John's Choir.
The feast provided by Hev. K. J. Slelley,
pastor of St. John's church, for the mem
bers of the choir at Dr. .Mauley s hall lust
nlKht, was thoroughly enjoyed. M. J.
Heiley, or 4'apouse avenue, was the ca
terer. The tables were arransted In a line
in the center of the hall. Kruiirant Mowers
und plunts combined to ;lve the place un
Inviting uppearuiice. The menu was excel
lent und when the tables were cleareil
away the time was spent with music,
games und other inversions. There was
nothing left undone for the complete en-
1o in. lit of the choir members und their
gratefulness was only slitiiine,l to their
pastor for his generous and thoughtful re-
memliiaiu e or tlieni.
Mrs. Sarah Marlcy, of Minookn, Dead.
Kurly yesterday morning Mrs. Sarin
Marlcy, of .Mlnooka, died ut the home of
her duughter. Mrs. Kicliuril Joyce, ufter
u Very brief illness. She wus at muss
Hun. lay anil on New Vent's Hay was able
to be around, but she took sick that after
noon und sunk rapidly until the end. Her
death was unexpected. Mrs. Marley was
beloved by nil who bad the pleasure of her
acquaintance; her kimihearleduess and
neighborly iiuallties won fur her a host
of friends. Left to survive her ure: Mrs.
Joyce, with whom she lived; .Mrs. Mlehuel
Joyce and .Mrs. Mary l.ydon, ail of Mlnoo
ka. Her husband, Michael Murley, died
four years ago. The funerul arrangements
have not yet been mudu.
Kdwurd l.ynn Arrested for Wlfc-I!cnln.
Alderman '. C. Donovan Issued u war
rant yesterday for the. arrest of Kdwurd
Lynn at tho Instunce of Mrs. l.ynn. his
wife, on the charge of nssnult and buttery.
Tills is the individual whose little daugh
ter, Hellnda, met such u shoekitur death
the day ufter t'hrlstmas. On that morn
ing Lynn drove his wife away from home
with blows and lie ulso threatened to have
her life, l-'or these acts the warrant was
issued, t'onstahle John f. Moran arrest
ed l.vnn yesterday. Alderman Donovan
held the prisoner to bull lor Ills appear
ance ut the next term of iiuarler sessions
Shorter Paragraphs of News.
The funeral of James Murphy, late of ill
Hrook street, will be held tomorrow morn
ing ut g o'clock. High mass of requiem
will .lie celebrated nt St. John's church.
Interment will be made in Hyde Park cem
etery. Michael Mcflnrry, of Plttston avenue,
has announced that he will ba u candidate
for alderman of the Twentieth ward.
Jereuiluh Mliea, of Irving avenue, is con
fined to his home with severe bruises
caused by a fall of fifteen feet from the
porch of his residence, while he was
painting It. , ,
The fair of St. Mary's flornian Catholic
congregation Is attracting large numbers
and is netting the church treasury prollta
It wus necessary to have the block signal
on Plttston avenue near Heech street,
changed from one side of the street to lh
other on account of the stream of water
that flows down the putter.
Mrs. D. M. Jones, wife of the South
Main avenue druggist, an daughter,
Krcdn, visited Miss Klla V. Donahoe, of
Stone avenue, yesterday afternoon.
The new residence of Mrs. Mary Con
nell, of Hirney avenue, will bo ready for
occupancy In another week,
A Merc ( liansc of Rnsc.
."Iddbkirs "Wyldtr lost his mother-In-Ikw
ho t week." ...
Wlcldllkins "I didn't know that the old
lady was dead."
Tlddlikins "She isn't, but Wyldcr got
his divorce." Truth.
In I till Possession.
Maid "The new cook's come, ma'am,
and she's made herself comfortable In the
Mistress "OootlneFs! has the woman her
Maid "I think so, ma'am, she's brought
something tied up In a big red handker
chief." Plain Knotifili.
Tom "Charlie Dead broke married a
very rich woman, didn't he?"
Alice "I guess so. 1 heard the minister
Interpolate something In the service ubout
the holy bonds and mortgages of niatrl
Perfected I lottery.
A prince went to Inspect a rare collection
of books In n little town. The mayor uu
companlcd him. To Ids great umuzenietit
the prince discovered that all the books
were placed on the shelves the wrong way
"What made you arrange them In that
"I could not permit the volumes tcj turn
their backs on your highness." La Trib
una. The repression Is Lost.
"Mr. Screechman sings with expression."
'That's a fact; you can't see much of
his face when his mouth Is open."
A I'ricnd in Need.
Zlgshy "I have put n friend of mine nn
his feet three times in the last two
Perksby "That's nothing, I put a f rlen 1
of mine un his feet fourteen times last
night." Urooklyn Magic.
Tho Paco 'I hat Kills.
Mrs. Norrls "What a pace old Dr. Clreen
Mr. Norrls "
Ah, yes; the pace that
Just PlHin Tea.
"flreen tea or black, mifs?" Inquired the
shopmun, in a sort of medico-bedside man
ner. "I don't think It matters," said the girl;
"missus Is color blind." Port Worth
. Wouldn't Kepcat.
"She has refused to marry me," said the
lover despondently. "Do you suppose she
really means what she says?"
"1 don't know," replied the woman-hater
promptly, "but I wouldn't take uny more
chalices if 1 were you." Chicago Post.
6on "Paw. what' Is balm In (Ulead?"
Kuther "I don't know, there are so con
founded many of them cough cu;-es."
Xew York Herald.
The Land of Liberty.
Traveled Guest (meaningly) "In Europe
the custom of tipping has been reduced to
a system one-twentieth of the bill. Thus
a one dollur check entitles the waiter to
Walter "Yes, sah. Hut in this land o'
liberty, sah, every ge'men fells free to gub
a quarter, sah." New i'ork Weekly.
"What shall I do?" the jockey cried,
And trembled in his shoes;
"I have forgotten If I ride
This race to win or lose."
Time fits a strange glass to our eyes.
P.y which we learn on looking through
How precious little 'twas we knew
In days we held ourselves as wise.
New York Truth.
The Awful Small fltiy.
A lady teacher In one of the public
schools, in trying to explain the meaning
of the word "slowly," Illustrated It by
walking across the riuor. When she asked
the class to tell her how she walked she
nearly fainted when a boy ut the foot of
the class shouted: . "Bow-legged, ma'am!"
Chicago Dally News.
I sit alone when twilight falls,
And hear a dreary sound,
Like some Imprisoned soul that beats
In vuin to break Its bound.
A restless knocking then a space
Of silence then agin
The putient, dreary rat-a-tat
That sounds to sad, so vain.
Oft In the- twilight hour, as now,
I hear it o'er and o'er.
And then my spirit whispers me,
"They're chopping hush next door."
"That whisky Is fifteen years old. I
know it because I've had it that long my
self." The Colonel "Dy Jove sir, you must be
a mun of phenomenal self-control." Life.
Perils of Science.
The Professor's Wife The professor Is
In the laboratory conducting some chemi
cal experiments. The professor expects to
go down to posterity
(I-'rom the laboratory) Rr-r-r. Tiatig!
The visitor 1 hope the professor hasn't
Wanted Them In Ills Business.
A beggar stopped a Udy on the steps of
a church. "Kind lady, have you not a
pair of old shoes to give me?"
"No, 1 have not; besides those you are
now wearing seem to be brand-new."
"That's Just It niu'am they spoil my
business." La Klformu.
There never was an actress who could
command her lachrymal gland us Ade
laide Ncllsun could. Several of her lend
ing men found out her peculiar faculty
to their cost. One of them wns "Jack"
Barnes. At the time the English actor
was young and slender, and rut her fun
ded lilniHelf in such parts ns Itotneo,
going to considerable expense In the
matter of dressing. For Komco he had
some lovely costumes, all sill;, satin anil
luces. A delicate pale blue Jacket was
his favorite In one of tho scenes be
tween llomeo and Juliet, but he was
awfully sorry he had It before the seu
son was over. After a few perform
ances Hurnes noticed that the beautiful
pule blue silk on the front of the jacket
was stained In some way. There were
long streaks In It, which he could not
account for. That night Miss Neilson
and he were In one of their pathetic
love scenes. Her head rested on his
breust. She looked up, turned her face
to the audience a moment, which at
once burst Into most tumultuous ap
plause. When Bhe turned her face to
wards liarncs ncaiu, he saw the tears
streaming down. her cheeks. He glanced
at his costume and saw the cuttse of the
stains. There were several fresh wet
Htreuks on the handsome palo blue silk
mude by Juliet's tears. Barnes tried to
hold her head away from him, but the
costume had to be sacrificed to art, ami
when the season was over his costume
wns a striped instead of a plain blue
silk, the change having been caused by
Juliet's too realistic weeps. Ralph Kd
munds In Footlights.
THOUGHT HE WOULD RIDE.
Uncle Pilas from Upcreek put his head
Inside the door of an elevator pertain
ing to a down-town office building; and
cautiously asked the boy In charge:
"Copt anything to ride up?"
"No," said the boy.
"Charge a feller fur rldln' down after
he's gone up?"
"Don't have no trick of puttln' a mun
off at the nineteenth floor an' makin'
him walk down?"
"Ain't no gouge about it no way?"
"Don't mnke no difference Otow high
a feller goes?"
"Not a bit."
"Then take me clear up," said X'ncle
Silas, stepping Inside. Chicago Tri
bune. EXPRESS STRIKES A MULE.
Chicago Past Mall Horalled-1 ireman
Jackson, Miss.. Jan. 2. The Chicago
fast mail train No. 1, on the Illinois Cen
tral, south-bound, due here at l.fiS
a. m., struck a mule two miles north
of Holly Springs, Miss., derailing the
engine, baggage and mall cars and
The two Pullman sleepers did not
leave the track. The fireman was fa
tally injured. It cannot be learned
whether any of the passengers were in
jured, ns the rnilroud ofllcials here are
reticent and will give out no informa
tion. Requisition for Dubois.
Harrlsburg, Pa., Jan. 2. Governor Hast
ings has issued a requisition upon the
governor of North Carolina for the urret
und delivery of C. B. Dubois, who Is
charged in Krle with forgery.
CALL FOR CITY CONVENTION.
Headquarters Republican City committee,
Herutiton. Pu lie,. "7 iwlf,
Pursuant to u resolution of the republi
can city committee adopted ut a meeting
held on Saturday, Dec. 21, 1SH0, the Republi
can primaries for the election of delegates
to the Republican city convention will be
held throughout the city of Hcrunton on
Saturday afternoon, Jan. 4, Is;, between
the hours of 4 and 7 o'clock, und the con
vention of said delegates will be held on
lucsouy, jail. J, ism,, ut 2.31) o clock, p. m
lu ',1!,,u Hall, Lackawanna avenue, for
the purpose of placing in nomination one
person for the office of mayor, one person
for the office of city Ireusurer, one per
son for the office of cltv controller, and
three persons for the otllee of cltv asses
sors us the candidates of the Republican
party to be voted for ut the coining city
election to be held on Feb. 1H, ltflti. The
representation from the various wards
will be us follows:
First ward. First district 2
First ward, Het-ond district 1
First ward. Third district 2
Second ward. First district 1
Second want, Second district 2
Second ward, Third district 1
Second ward, Fourth district 1
Second ward, Fifth district 1
Fourth ward, First district 1
Fourth ward, Second district 2
Fourth ward. Third district 2
Fourth ward. Fourth district 2
Fifth ward, First district 2
Fifth ward. Second district 2
Fifth ward, Third district 2
Fifth ward. Fourth district 2
Sixth ward, First district 1
Sixth ward. Third district 2
Seventh ward. First district 1
Seventh ward. Third district 1
Eighth ward, First district 1
. Klghth ward, Second district 2
Ninth ward. First district 2
Ninth ward. Second district 2
Ninth ward, Third district 2
Tenth ward 2
Eleventh ward, First district 2
Eleventh ward, Second district 1
Eleventh ward, Third district 1
Twelfth ward. First district 1
Thirteenth ward. First district 1
Thirteenth ward, Second district 2
Thirteenth ward. Third district 1
Fourteenth ward, First district 1
Fourteenth ward. Second district.... 1
Fifteenth ward, First district 2
Fifteenth ward. Second district. ....... 2
Sixteenth ward, First district 2
Sixteenth ward. Second district 2
Seventeenth ward. First district.... 2
Seventeenth ward, Second district... J
Eighteenth ward T
Nineteenth ward, First district 1
Nineteenth ward. Second district 1
Nineteenth ward, Third district 1
Nineteenth ward, Fourth district 1
Twentieth ward. First district 1
Twentieth ward. Second district 1
Twentieth ward, Third district 1
Twenty-first ward. First district.... 1
Twenty-first ward, Second district... 1
Total i.'.W "
The vigilance committees as returned to
the last Republican county convention snd
who will hold the primary election for
delegates Jan. 4, 1896. are as follows:
First ward First district. Thomas Wat
kins, Daniel H. Evans; Second distrlatW
and all stomach troubles where
that great life-maintaining organ
refuses to dispense nourishment
to every part of the body, and
the sufferer gradually wasting
away and losing flesh daily,
finally rrects his death from the
perforation of a gastric ulcer or
dies by actual starvation, can be
cured, as has been done time and
again, by the use of
that great blood enrichcr, flesh
and muscle builder, and strength
creator. Give the vital centres
of the body strength to perform
their regular functions and per
fect health is a natural sequence.
Dr. Louis Tailst, of Schenectady,
N. V., says of Hovinine, " In the
severest cases of gastritis the
stomach will bear it. For one
month my mother lived almost
exclusively on it during such a
sickness." Over 25000 physi
cians use and endorse it.
Nelson Laltose. Harry C. Hughes: Third
district. L. H. John, John W. Shaffer.
Second ward First district, John B. tlil
lesple, Reese Kvans; Second district. C. V.
Terwllllger, Marshall Preston; Third dis
trict, Evan It. Morris. Charles Pearce;
Fourth district, T. J. Uynne, Kvan Bimms;
Fifth district, W. J. Crosby. John J.
Fourth ward First district. Thomas V.
Daniels, W. Bromley Williams; Second dis
trict, John A. Thomas. William J. James;
Third district, James Jeremiah, Joseph P.
Gibbons; Fourth district, David C.
Hughes, Thomas Davis.
Fifth ward First district. John C. Mor
ris, William .Madden; Second district,
Charles E. Daniels, Joseph II. Davlec;
Third district, John Merchant, Daniel
Beynon: Fourth district, William R. Ilecs,
Sixth ward First district, George Shu
tnuker, Jr., Adam L. Bonn; Third district
Benjamin llowen, William T. Williams.
Seventh ward-First district. Theodore
T.leb, August Prustcr, Jr.,Thlrd district,
Herman Hagen, Frederick II. Winter.
Eighth ward First district, George
Schlager, W. S. Millar; Second district. It,
T. Hlack, Hurry S. Poust.
Ninth ward First district. Chnrles K.
Chittenden. K. M. Vernov; Second district,
Fred Price. O. P. Jadwln: Third district,
F. W. Fleilz. Onrgo Mlllett.
Tenth ward Charles Raynor, Louis J.
"Eleventh ward First district, Fred Mil
ler. Wlllium Xnnc: Second district. John
Scheuer, Jr., August Welmeyer; Third dis
trict, Charles stone, August senmuu.
Twelfth ward First district, Louis Fob
let, Fredrick F.hrhardt.
Thirteenth ward First district, P. K,
Potter, Charles Nothacker; Second dls.
trlct, George H. Dlmmlck. E. H. Shurt
leff : Third district, W. M. Franklin. V. M.
Fourteenth ward First district, Oeorfre
I.. Peek. David Jones: second district, J.
T. Jones, J. F. Jordon.
Fifteenth ward First dlstrlot. John M.
Edwards, David M. .Tones; Second district,
WHUam Williams, Fred Leber.
Sixteenth ward First district, George A.
Connor, William Suydum; Second district,
W. Eugene Davis, A. H. Shoplnnd.
Seventeenth ward First district, Harry
C. Barker, F. M. Spencer; Second dis
trict, H. 10. Hand. F. H. demons.
Eighteenth ward Fred Gardner, James
Nineteenth ward First dlstret, Charles
Hamm, Joseph Hclirleuer; seconrt district.
Unnrv KiLminer. Oscar Strausch: Third
district, George F. Schwenker, Fred .We
ber; Fourth district, William Hoffman, Jo
8fTwentleth ward First district Julftn
CooDer. Fred Jones: Second district, ,Io-
seph ononen. iviawiia uuiu. iiuni um
trlct, James Shorten, James Edwards.
Twentv-llrst ward First district. W. B.
LanKSta'ff. William Conghlln: Second dis
trict. Charles Parry, F.van Thomas.
(Signed) F. II. Clemons, chairman.
Thomas IT. Dale,
W. S. Millar,
Captured After a Hard l ight by t nltcd
Little Rock. Ark., Jan. 2. Deputy
United States Marshal Watkins made
a raid on moonshiners in Howard county
lust night, capturing two stills and
eight men. Two moonshiners nre sup
posed to have been slain. The stills
were found in a lonely gulch. The
posse surprised the men at work anil
captured them utter a snurp tignt.
The largest of the stills had a ca
pacity of one bunldred gallons a day
the stnuller turning out fifty gallons
dally. The eight moonshiners have
have been lodged in the penitentiary
for safe keeping.
MINING, BUSTING MD SPORTING
Uaaafsctared at the Wpwllcr"0 Mills, L
wu-no ooumy, r-, ana t Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent for tho Wyoming District.
US WYOMING AV Scrarrton, Pa
Third NaUonil Bank Ball ling.
TROB. FOBD. Httston. Pa.
JOHN B. SMITH A bON. PlTtnoath, Pa.
E. W. MULLIGAN, Wllke, Itrre,P.
Agent for tb Kepauno Chemical Uu
gamy's High Explosives,
THE SCR ANTON
SHALE PAVING BRICK
AND BUILDING BRICK
Oflloe: 329 Washington Avenue.
Wacks: May-Aug. Pa E. W. v. a. K.
M. H. DALE,
General Sales Agent, Sci anton, Pa
French Injection Compound
Tares potltlvely. qalrkljr. fnot merely rbccfci.)
Ouwmnlerd or money refunded. Avoid dangerou
rauiMUet. PrlreSUeeale pur bottle. Six Soil lee
(will care eercrait rue) tent prepaid. Mcure frem
eoeefTMiao, wim onijr Mieauacwl ma
to aay aouraae tor fa.uo.
VITRIFIED BRICK.-0 TILE
308 LACKAWANNA AVE. 308
GREAT CLEARING SALE
Previous to our inventory -we shall offer great
bargains iu all departments, consisting of staple
and faucy Dry Goods, Cloaks and Millinery.
29c or all-wool Henriettas,
49c fr a choice line of Novelties; sold for 75c.
IOC or Silk Mixtures never sold for less than $1.00.
98C fr Black Faille or Satin; special value for $1.35.
$1.39 for B,ack Satin Duchess, 27 inches wide, worth $2
Millinery at One-Half Price.
CLOAKS AND WRAPS
$3.98 fr a Double Beaver Cape, special value for $6.50.
$3.98 for Ladies' Coats, odd lot, sold for $5 to $20.
$5.98 fr Ladies' Boucle
$8.50 or Ladies1 Frieze
worth f 13.50,
SO Per Cent. Reduction on all Fur Garments.
SCR ANTON, PA.
Iitlonal Bank of Scranton.
BAirrjET. niN'ES, President.
W. W. WATKON, Vice-President,
A. B. WILLIAMS, Cashier.
Samuel Hlnea, James M. ETcrhart, Irr
lug A. Finch. Plmce II. Flnley, Joseph J.
Jarmyn, M. 8. Knnioror, Charles P. Mat.
thaws. John T. Porter, W. W. Watson.
rati bank IriTltes the patronact el bus-
ma a ana nmi coneraiy.
And to ba prepared to nett the cold
weather you want a leasonaile Suit or
an Overcoat or both
AND THE BEST PLACE
TO VISIT FOR SOMETHING 6009
IN MERCHANT TAILORING
406 Lackawanna Ave.
THERE YOU WILL FIND
The lurcest stock to select from, TrliB
ralnga Always of tho Best, Iateit Styles
In Cutting, and made up on tlie premiss!
by Expert Workraoa.
TNothiiijr allowed to leave the estab
lishment unless satisfactory to tie cus
tomer, and the lowest prices consistent
with Good Merchant Tailoring.
WILLIAM S. MILLAR,
Alderman 8th Ward, Scranton.
ROOMS 4 AND 5,
Gas and Water Co. Building,
CORNER WYOMING ATE. AND CENTER ST.
OFFICE HOUns from 7 M a m. op. m.j
(1 hour iutermiesion for dinnur and supper. )
Particular Attention Given to Collections
Prompt Settlement Guaranteed.
yOUR BUSINESS IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED
Telephone No. 134.
Coal of the best quality for domestls
tse, and of all sizes, delivered la any
tart of tho ity at lowest price.
Orders left at rnv OMro
NO. 113 WYOMING AVENUE,
Rear room, lirM floor, Third National
Bank, or sent by mall or telephone to the
Bine, will receive prompt attention.
Special contracts will be made for Ike
laie aad delivery of Buckwheat CoaL
WM. T. SMITH.
PROMPT. ENERGETIC. Hill
435 SPRUCE ST.
40 inches wide, worth 50c
Jackets, all sizes, sold for $10.
Jackets, style complete,
Wagner ltsls, l.cssoosand Maaaiera.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8TH.
Thomas Jefferson's Comedy-Drama,
A GREAT CITY
AN AMERICAN PLAY.
AN AMERICAN AUTHOR.
AN AMERICAN COMPANY.
ACT I. Pawnbroker shop near Cath
erlne .Miirket, New York city. Tho shud
owm begin tn fall.
ACT 11. Hcene, 1. Black well's Island.
The conspiracy. The conipuvf. A benevo
lent biddy. Scene a. The pauper ward.
Tho dying mother. Tho shadows are lift
ing ACT II. Boat-houso on Harlem river.
The recognition. Impending evil. The
shadows are KatherlnK attain.
ACT IV. The boat-liouse. The shadows
uro deepening Into i;loom.
ACT V. Tho banker's mansion. The
clouds drift by and the shadows are dls
persed. Kegular prices. Hale of seats opens Mon
day, Jan. U, ut 9 u. in.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
Friday Evening, January j.
THE IRISH ALDERMAN
A Musical Farce-Comedy with the
Unrivalled Irish Comedian,
Ssle of seats opens Wednesday morning.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
Saturday, January 4.
Tie Operatic Event of the Sessoa,
THE FENCING MASTER
A eoniio opera in throe aits by Bag Ina'd de
Koven and llnrry B. Hmitb. authors of Robin
Hood and Itulr Boy. Presented by an excep
tionally strung company of GO artists, headed
MISS KATHERINE GERMAINE
and including the company's own orchestra,
under direction of Hignur Tomasl.
Prices 'the. U)e. 75c. gl. Halo of seats epsni
this morulng at 0 o'clock.
CADEMY OF MUSIC,
and bis excellent company, presenting ble
latest comedy success,
By 0. H. BROADHURST.
Prices 81, Tic, 50a and 23c. Sale of seat
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
Tuesday evening, January 7.
Everybody Is eoinir tn see W. A. Brady's
THE COTTON KING
By Hutton Vane.
The London Adelplna Theater Success.
100 Nights in New Yo. k. 100 NiKhts iu Bostoa.
llONiguta in OhicaKo.
A Revelation in Modern Stage Craft.
A Story ol Heart Interest Forcibly Toll,
A Profuse Leaven of Comedy.
A Cotton Mill in Full Operation.
A Company of Unusual Excellence.
Regulur prices. Bale of seats opens Satur
day. DAVIS THEATER
Till HS DAY. FRIDAY, SATURDAY,
JANUARY 2, 3, 4, 1S90.
SUCCESS WON BY MERIT.
THE FUNNIEST PLAY ON EARTH.
1 10 11
ion. 1 0. 20 and 30 Cents