The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, January 08, 1901, Page 6, Image 6

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Who the Candidates Are and What
Parties They Represent Barbel
Organize a. Union Strikes at Ox
ford and Mt. Pleasant Will Be Set
tledBoy Killed in Capouse Break
erEntertainments Thfs Evoning.
Y. W. C. A. Notes and Other Para
graphs of Interest.
whether regular attendant nt tills
church or not, should attend these services.
Special elections will be held today In
the Fifth, Sixth and Fourteenth wards
to All the vacancies In select comic II
caused by the resignation of Hlchuid
J I. Williams, Edward Juines, Jr., and
J'ctci F. McUann. Interest lit the con
tefts Is not very life, although Itepiib
lican, Democratic, Prohibition and In
dependent candidates have been an
nounced in the different wauls.
The contest In the Fifth waul will
be fought between Hlehaid Moigun, the
regular Itepubllcan nominee, and V.
K Thayer, who Is running on nomina
tion pnpers. Morgan has the 'ndorne
ment of the vigilance committee, while
Tl iiycr has the endorsement of htin
dieds of the best citizens of the waul,
who do not approve of the method
iidcptcd of llxlng a. price on the noniln
iitloi1. Charles Munson Is the hcileo of the
VtcHbltlonlsts of the Fifth waid. The
told water advocates have also nom
inated a candldute In the .Sixth vurd
In the person of licit Stone, who will
make a bid for vote. The Republican
candidate In the Sixth Is Knn O.
Jones. John V. llegan Is the tegular
Democratic nominee, and 'William A.
Cirady will run on nomination papers.
A hot tight Is expected In the Four
teenth ward between Thomas Cos
Kfove, the Democratic nominee, and
Thomas Holtham, Republican. Tits
5olls will bo open from 7 a. m. to 7 p.
at, and If the people of these wards
vent good men to iopreent ihent,
ihete Ih ample mateilal to select fiom
nt today's election.
chatter has been applied for and will
it main open until next Monday even
ing for slgnalutes, when nnother
meeting will bo h?ld. '
The following oflliern and members
were elected and cm oiled last evening:
Piesident, John V. Jamess recording
secretary, Harry 1 Ralney: treasur
er, Charles C. Mason; members, L. II.
Recker, J. A. Davis, C D. James, John
Hughes. George II. Pfelffer, Alfred
rtho, J. O. Thomas, dwllym Mad
dock. 1. F. Caw ley, August Howard,
M. 1 Kchlmmel. Several other mem
bers will be enrolled during the week.
Breaker Boy Killed.
Daniel Jones, aged sixteen ears, son
of Mr. and Mis. Whltmoro Jones, of
fU2 Caroline avenue, employed as a
slateplcker nt the Capouso breaker,
was instantly killed while at work
jvstetday by being1 ground In the cle
vatots ttsed to holt the coal ftom the
iicreens Into the chutes.
The boy was not missed ftotu his nc
rttstomeil place In the brjaker until
his lifeless lody was found In the cle-
n lots, mangled beyond lecognltlon,
and It will ptobably neer be known
Just how the unfortunate accident oe
cut red. The supposition it that young
Junes uecldentallv fell Into the ele
tatots The body was leinoved to ills home,
white Cot oner Roberts viewed the re
tinitis and decided ilia an inquest was
unneoessaty. The funeral will take
place at :i o'clock tomoirow aftetnoon.
Rev. Thomas do Ot itchy, I). D., of the
Jarkson Street Ilaptlst chinch, will
officiate. Interment will be made in
the Washburn stteet cemetery.
Japanese Entertainment.
The following programme will be
rendered at the Japanese entottalti
ment in the FlrstWclsh Haptlst chutch
this evening:
Plnno Duct,
Mm. D. II. Tlioiim, MUs LIlMbeth It. lluaV
ncclUtlflii MUs Klith Mir
Jtnpncw WrdJIrtT.
Solo HI" Lllxatittli Lewis
Jspanoo 1 antutlc.....ISy SKtccn Young ladles
Solo Mlw Hlsjbeth llonrll
Recitation MU Ma Thomas
Chorus ...........I)y Jspanct Ladles
Tablesux, "Salute of the Flags,"
By TweUs Younit Lsdlts
The proirrsmme will b jlven under the dltec
tion of Mln tidle Jones, elocutionist. Accom
ptalit of tlie esenlug, bllsabeth It. Hughe.
Y. W. C. A. Notes.
Tite Get man class opens this even
ing, the first lesson ot the new teim
being given. Terms, one dollar for the
ten lesson course.
All membets of the association are
cordially invited to attend the Bible
lectures given by Rev. Chatles Ilurl
liurt, of the Philadelphia Bible Insti
tute. Rev. Httrlburt Is one of the best
Bible teachers In the United States,
and no one should fall to hear him.
Both the 4 o'clock service and the
evening lectin e ure given In the Sec
ond Presbyterian church, in the 400
block on Jefferson avenue.
Barbers' Union Organized.
A meeting of the journeymen bar
bers of West ticranton was held last
evening in John Hughes' shop on West
Lackawanna avenue, for the put pose
of effecting a permanent organization.
Organizer Oeotge Gothier, of the Cen
tral Labor union, was piesent and
outlined the plan of ptoceedure. A
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Euteitnlumcnt and Social.
An entertainment and social for the
benefit of Thomas Boston will be held
it Moat's hall this evening. The pro
gramme Is as follows:
Ri'Uitlun . .Tin- .vnllitaclte filer Club
Thoi Polnn mil Mr. M. J. Boston Williams
Han Mo John I). K.V.I1H
Ttnor Sulo David Johns
Ilarlltne Sol .
1'lano Solo ..
( ontrilto Solo
Vlutlon . .
llarltono Solo
Soprano "olo
Tenor Solo ,,
Baritone Vilo
tVi.dmtor of Giro Club
Theip will In an cnjojable lltne atlir tli f(i
terlalmmnt Good music and ilancinp; Ad
tnls'lon 1R tent'. All are cordially inilted
Thomas Boston
David John Williams
Mn M .1. Boston Williams
.."Hi- ntbrafltr Glee Club
IMwaid Griffith
MUs Matthews
David bltphcnt
Philip Waircn
. . . Jlu P. P. Thoma.
.l'dward Ciilffith
1 and COLDS
St. David's Episcopal Church.
Rev. D. V. Gwilym, a mission
preacher ftom New York city, ouencd
mlsson services in St. David's (hutch,
with celehratlon of Holy r.uchailst, on
Sunday morning. At the second cele
btatlon he pte.iched on the tet, "I
S.nv the King." At evensong he
preached on the tlnee rods, "The Rods
of Moses, Aaron and Ellsha."
Mr. Gwilym is an intensely eat nest
preacher and held his audience to the
end. He will continue services this
week and Sunday. Celebration of the
Holy Eucharist even mottling ut 8
o'clock; Bible trading at 4 p. m., and
mission service at S p. m. livery one,
Funerals Yesterday.
R.v John T. Dunn olllolated at the
rttnetal services over the late Sablna
Ketrick in Holy Ctoss chutch jester
day morning. He also said the mass
end pleached the sermon. The pall
bcatets wete: Thomas Chine, Martin
May. Michael lllland, Battley Bttike,
Peter Collins and J. F. McDonough.
Interment was made In the Cathedral
Shott services wete held over the le
mams of the late William Beaumont
at the family homo on South Seventh
sited jesterday morning, and later
tho body was conveyed to St. Luke's
Knircopa! church, where additional ser
lcus were conducted by Rev. Rogers
Iittael. The funeral party accompanied
tite lemaius to Patersolt, N. J., wheie
iptetment was made.
The funeial of the late Abiaham
I 'hamus was also conducted yester
day afternoon at 2.30 o'clock from the
loue on Sttatford avenue, whete
tunny Grand At my men and fiiend of
deceased had guthcted. Interment was
rutde in the Washhutn street ceme
tri v.
A Discovery for the Cure of Plies
Which May Be Tried at Small
A pile cure which Is painless nnJ
harmless, but which affords Immedi
ate relief and in most cases a complcto
ouro In a very short time, is sold by
druggists under tho namo of Pyramid
Pile Cure.
It Is in suppository form, to be ap
plied at night and its regular use has
cured thousands of obstinate, long
standing cases, and It seems to bo
equally effective in all tho vnilous
forms of plies, whether itching, bleed
ing or protruding.
The Pyrnmld Pile Cure allays tho In
flammation and Intolerable itching, re
duces the little tumors, nnd Its astrin
gent properties cause tho enlarged
blood vessel's to contract to a normal,
healthy condition.
A Baltimore gentleman t elates his
experience In these words:
"It affotds me unusual pleasure to
udd my endorsement to those of othets
telatlve to the really remurknble cures
made by the Pj ram Id.
"I was a sufferer for years until told
by a fellow-salesman of the Pyramid
Pile Cute.
"It has entirely cutcd me nnd I
chterfully send this for publication if
ou wish to use it In thut direction. 1
wish you would send mo one of jour
little hooks on cause nnd cute of piles;
1 desire to show it to some friends."
Anj sufferer from piles may use the
Pyramid with certainty that It will
give Instant relief and its legular use
n petmanent euro and the further as
surance that it contnlns no cocaine,
motphlne or other metnllc or mineral
All druggists sell the Pjramld Pile
Cute at B0 cents per package.
A little book on cnuse and cure of
piles w ill be mailed ft ee b addressing
the Pyramid Dtug Co. of Marshall,
He Spoke on "The Sin Against the
Holy Ghost" at Last Night's Moot
ing Flro in tho Lunch Wagon at
the Corners Did a Sir ill Amount
of Damage Amos Waskor Thrown
from His Carriage by Running
Away of Horse Benefit Social to
Be Held Other Notes.
January i
t Fan less
The tretueudous reductions quoted below, tell at a
glance what our aim is. We intend to clear out
every yard of oiir Fall and Winter stock and fully
expect to do so during the preseut month. If ex
traordinary values count for anything, there'll be a
rush of buyers in the Faucy Dress Goods Depart
ment while this sale lasts.
Lot I
Double fold plaids, best styles
and colors. Honest value q
for 15c. To close OC
Lot II
About a hunched pieces of
Whipcords nnd Jacqttard Dress
Goods. A marvel at the f s
piice 1 UC
36-inch Jacquards, full color
range. Best style and finish.
Sale restricted to 25 j 5
picces 1 OC
Lot IV
40 inch Canterbuiy Suitings.
Two toned ettects, in neat
patterns. Dirt cheap
38 inch Ciepons in beautiful
mixed btocade effects. A te
mnrknble half price lot
Lot VI
40 inch All-Wool, Silk nnd
Wool, and fancy weaves. A fine
selection of Roods that sold
from 50c to 76c. Your
choice for
.... 40 inch Silk and Wool weaves,
the cream of a most popular
) "fabric that sold for 75o a ir-
yard. The sale price is. tOt
46 inch Puie Wool French
Serges. Grand assoitment of the
best colorings. . A tri- -jfi-,
umph in bargain giving )"C
Lot IX
Is mixed and consists of Pure
Wool Seiges, Homespuns, Tweeds
Cheviots, Amaranth Serines, etc.
worm yoc to huc. unotce
Lot X
All-Wool Pebble Cheviots, 48
inches wide and eveiy new shade
of the season. Our tain.. rv
ous $1.00 cloth at OyC
Lot XI
54 inch English Camel's Hair
Suitings; tho most fashionable
cloth of the season for high class
tailored suits or walking Sklits.
A very special bargain no
40 inch Heavy All-Wool Whip
cords for Jacket Suits. Every
good shade tepresented. C
Choice OyC
Consists of Ileal English Chev
iots, GO inch Fiench Venetians,
SO inch Camel's Hair Suitintrs,
etc. All high pi iced and high
class gooas. cnoice now
The Tabernacle chutch 1ms com
menced arrangements to celebiate the
eleventh annual St. David's banquet
nnd conceit, Friday evening, Match 1
Special services will be held at the
Jackson stteet Baptist chinch during
the whole week. Itev. O. Kt earner,
who l a soul winner and a sweet
llospel singer, will he piesent and take
chat go of the meeting. He will sing
thu solo, "Home Love." The public Is
cotdlallv invited to attend all these
hen Ices.
'J he week of piayer was begun last
evening with set vices at the Sumner
Avenue Presbytet Ian chinch under the
t'.iU'ctlnn of Itev. I'. A. Boyl. This
ev filing the meeting will be held in
the Plvmouth Congiegntional chinch.
Sevet jI of the umdldatt'S of the .First
wurd held a meeting Saturday even
ing and decided upon holding the pti
mailes on Saturday, Januaiy 12, be
tween the hours of 4 and 7 p. in. Tho
candidates who have leglsteted aie
John McDonnell, John J. Kvuns, Wlll
inm Jenkins. All other candidates
must register with Alderman Fldrer
befoie 0 o'clock tomoitow moinlng.
Mis i:. S. Jackson, Mrs. n. Ctcllln
and Mlt-s Wlllurd were In lliufotd 011
Sunday, attending tin funeral of Mis.
Pickett, of Not th Main avenue.
S. M. Coison, station agent at the
Ptovidence Dehvwaie and Hudson sta
tion, who was lun down lust week by
a train, near Dean stteet, is still in .1
critical condition.
Miss Hditli Wescott, of Stockpoit, X.
Y, is visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Wescott, of Chinch ave
nue. Tomonow evening tho FatherWhltty
society will hold their second annual
country dance at the Auditorium. Tho
hall has been beautifully decorated
with cornstalks, pumpkins, squahhes
and other farm produce. All persons
who attend will be attired In farmer
costumes. The hall will be lighted
with different colored electric lights.
The stage will be decorated w Ith large
palms and potted plants. The orchestra
will also be attired In fatmer's cos
tumes. The gtand maich will stattat
9 o'clock.
William Henry, of West Market
street, is seriously ill at his home.
Mlis Anna Haggerty, of West Mai
ekt street, Is visiting fi lends in Wllkes
Bat re.
Mr. and Mis. Malum, of Prlcebutg,
visited in this hectlon yesterday.
Pattiek MoNulty, who was btubbtd a
fow das befote last election, Is able
to bo about again.
The Not th Knd Stars and Tlguo's
gmnalum team will play basket batl
at the Auditorium this evening.
Jacob Schlebel, of Paiker .stteet, Is
visiting in Honesdale.
Oeorgo Clatk, of Providence road
nnd North Main avenue, is slightly in
disposed. Pastor G. U Allien' Bible study 10
sumod at the Young Women's Chris
tian association yestetday afternoon at
4 o'clock.
Euneral of the Late Frank Sennefel-
der Installation of Officers of
Modern Woodmen Notes.
Thf temalns of the late Frank Sen
wfelder were consigned to a grave In
the Twentieth ward cemetery yester
day morning at 9 o'clock. Tho ro
lnnins were taken to St. Mary's Ger
man Catholic church, on River street,
where a requiem mass was celebrated
by Hev. Peter Christ. Tite members
of the Ezra Griffin post. Grand Army
of the Republic attended the funeral
in a body.
The pall bearets were diaries Wer
ner, Adam Wassner. Nicholas Flsch,
Anton Weinschenk, of the Grand Ar
my of the Republic, and G. C. Jonei,
nnd (i. A. Cailyon. The flower bearer
was John Snyder.
Officers Installed.
At a regular meeting of Lackawanna
camp, No. 8707, Modern Woodmen of
AniPrltn, held In Hartman's hall last
Thutiday evening, the district deputy,
Joseph R. Hughes, Installed the fol
low lug ofllcers for the ensuing yeat :
Venetable consul, C. C. Donovan:
worthy adviser, F. W. Ro-e; clerk,
Fied Gunter; escort. William Matts.
jr.: watchman, William Orelser; sen
try, J. M. Hosklns; manager, for tlnee
jears, W. A. Fish.
Surprise Party.
A very pleasant Hitipilse partv was
tendeied Miss Margaret and Master
Fied Davis at their home, 1207 Pitts
ton avenue, last evening. It wok a
pleasant event, dlveislons of various
kinds being metrlly Indulged In. At a
late hour tefieshnients were served.
Those piesent were: The Misses
Mama Boland. I.lzle O'llata, Mame
Crane, Josephine iledler, Mary Davis,
Dora (irlggs, Maud Daley, Anna Da
i Ida Davis. Theresa Buhnlo, Grace
Botn, data Bi miner. Louisa Blatter,
Besle Holder, Vitgle Griggs, George
Lutj:. AVilfred Gregoty, Paul Klefer.
Robett Dickson, Joseph Weinschenk,
Otto Weinschenk, Roy Snow, Ai thur
Griggs. Fied Davis. Ellis Daley, Frank
Hunznian, Hllja Ilunzman, John Ful
ler, David Ilunzman, Ernest Daniels
and Jacob Hnrowltz.
The Diunimer Evangelist, Rev. W.
II, Williams is demonstntlng to the
people of Dunmote that ho has a
knowledge of the wotd of God and
can preach n sermon ns well as mako
a temperance address. He took for
his subject last night, "The Sin
Against tho Holy Ghost." Text, Matt,
xll: .10-31. He said in patt:
"It is not a sin committed ignor
atitly, but knowingly; It Is not a
careless but a wilful rejection ot tho
truth. It Is not a sin committed In
n moment, but Is a final act to a long
life of slit.
"Wo often hear It said, he or she Is
nn lnlldrl who Is fighting tho church
nnd Bible, saying that Jesus Christ
vas a bnstntd and a v.'ietch. There
an- no inimeis, nut thoro aro men nnn
women who have crossed the lino and
we are to lot them alone, for they ore
Joined to their Idols. Christ, when on
earth, changed his whole attitude to
wards such and closed tho Book
against them bv speaking in parables,
'lUyes to se they see not: ears to
hear, thoy heir not.' Wc can becomo
blind and deaf to tho plan of salvation.
It was malice that made tho wicked
I'htlseo say it is done by Beelzebub.
It was Ignorance that made the multi
tude 01 y crucify Him These were
forgiven: the othcis prilriied, with
out hope or another Invitation, for
they, In their blindness, were huirlcd
on to meet their doom.
"Some would say this is unjust in
God. Will you pleaso tell mo what Is
the extent of the crime committed,
then I will modify my statement.
What is It to sin against God. It Is
an awful crime to tiamplo tho love
of heaven under your feet.
"Not every reproach is talcm by the
Holy Ghost as blasphemy, for we say
many things against His work that
wc do not mean, but when in the
Judgment of tho Holy Ghost He knows
we mean it, then He lesents it with
a Justice that knows no mercy.
"Man then Is loft In a haidness of
hcnit nnd will never lelent, but will
live In a state of moveless Indifference,
until he depiuts to his own place.
This results from the fact that ho is
abandoned. The spit It of God Is like
the bteath of life It depaits. The
candlestick is temoved out of itn
place. The talents are given to an
other and the Holy Ghost becomes an
"God Is love. Penitent souls find
him so; unpenitent ones will find him
n consuming flic. God Is merciful,
but sin Is hurtful to Him and he can
not look upon sin with the least do
g'ee of an allowance.
"When will God have more power
to save you than now? You ausnot
safe now In your sins. Does not the
peace of heaven demand that these
rebels against) all purity bo outside ot
heaven. There was one rebellion In
heaven. God will not take the risk of
unother, for thete will be no rebels
there. Shall the lights of heaven be
entrusted to bloody binnds."
MIfs Hull Fang again last night, to
the great delight of nil piesent.
Mr. Williams will take for his sub
ject tonight, "will We Know Our
Friends In Heaven." Everybody is
Constant Dull Pain in My Back
Mr. Samuel Cleveland Is a carpentor, and
residos at 01 CotUgo Row, Bradford, Pa. Ho
has the following to say concornlng his
trouble and the wonderful euro accom
plished by Morrow's Kld-no-olds.
"For ths pait thrte yotri I hare had Xldntr
troublei o iti to not bo able to do much work. I
bad a oomtant dull pain tn my back and at time
it wa aerorapanted tijr a tbarp ilioot'ns pain just
OTtr tho kidneys. My nwea war asocted ft 1
could not sleep well or get propar rest. Tlw
scTtlous from the kidneys showed a daposlt
Indicating a constant drain on ray system. I
tried a number ot dootors and took nearly erery
kind of kilnaymedlclna Inoxlitoace. but noth
lnedldraa anrirooduiillll took Monow's Kld-no-olds.
Aftor taklQc them a fow days t notioed a
change la my condition. One to cent box has
entirely romoTftd tba dull pain la my back and
done me mora good than all the dootors and
other medicine I took in the past tiro years.
are mad for Kidney Diseases and that they cur
Kidney Diseases can be attested by a "cloud of
living witnesses," en of which tall hh story
above. Morrow' Kld-nt-otds ar for sale by all
druggists er by mall, prepaid, on receipt of 50c
liomWi KM at ! an luda al j by
Basement Store
After you have taken in the Main Floor ; icen all
there is to see in Confections of every sort; the
finest ot Bake Stuffs and Toys, until you can't
rest; had a fine Luncheon in our thoroughly ap
pointed Restaurant then drop in tho Elevator to
the Basement and see
Tinware and Hardware
of every sort, No larger or better assortment In
Scranton with prices that are just as little as we
can make them a littU less than in any other store
1. 1). WILLIAMS & BRO.
312 and 314 Lackawanna Avenue.
Nubs of News.
George Oltell, special ofllcer for the
Lackawanna Iron and Steel company,
arrested live tramps at the old mill,
Sunday morning', and locked them up.
A number of the tiamps have been
lodclnif around the mill of late, and
quite a considerable amount of ma
chinery was damaged. Officer Okell in
tends to clean out all the tramps
found around the Lackawanna Iron
und Steel company's property.
P. P. Kloss, of Cedar avenue, ii con
fined to his borne with an attack of
the Kill'.
John O'Rilen, ot 1323 Stone avenue,
had his hand badly smashed nt the
South works yestetday.
At the meetlntr of the St. Mary's
Glco and Dramatic association last
night the nomination of otllceis was
postponed until the next monthly meet
ing on Monday, February 4.
File in Lunch Wagon.
Considerable excitement was cteated
aiound the Corners yesterday after
noon when a lively blazo was seen
coming- tluougli the toot of the lunch
wjgon. The wagon Is hemmed in on
both sides by frame structures and the
high wind blowing at the time made
it look somewhat soilous for a row
1 moments, but luckily Permanent JIan
C.eoige Feeze, of the Neptune com
pany, was on the scene (and with e
few well-directed blows was nble to
Ket to the seat of the fire, which was
between the ceiling and the toof. He
made short work of extinguishing it.
It was caused by an overheated stove.
Tho damage done will amount to
about $25, which H fully covered by
Popular Home
We Pon't
'Till the ice is all b0I1
but cut prices now at the
height of the skating sea
son. Cost has been dis
regarded and profit for
gotten on BARNEY &
easier to put money in the
bank than to pack the
Skates in boxes. Is not
that a sufficient reasonP
-RcU k. Burunder. Lessee and Ma
A. J.
Dully, Business Manager.
Matinee and Night, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 8.
and His Band
Eicnlnp pnformance at S 15.
, Matinee performance t
Foote & Fuller Co
Mcars Building.
Specialty. Diseases of Women.
Iloom 1, over Globe stote. Hours: 1 to
G30 p. m. Consultation free.
Sale Is Now in Full Swing.
Globe Warehouse
At the annual meeting of the Ladles'
Aid society of the Gieen Rldt'e 1'ies
byterlan church yestetday, the follow
ing cllicers woro elected: Sirs. S. V.
Hull, piesldent; Mrs. Townsend Pooie,
hif rrcsldent; Mis. Chniles Carr, see
tetary and treasuter; manafreis, Mrs.
!emi, Mis. W. L. Cair. Mis. V. S.
X!oU, Mi 8. George Gibson, jr., Mis.
John Poore, Mrs. J. S. Kttkpatrlek,
Mi. 1? L. Merrlmati,. Mlfb Tenney,
MIm Louise "Williams.
At a meeting of tho republican vK'l
lante committees of tho Thirteenth
ward, held last night, It was decided
to hold the wtlniarles on Satutday,
Jan. 12, between the itouts of 4 and 7
p. in., ut the usual polling place. Tho
nfilces to bo voted for aie select coun
ll. common council, assessor and a
register of voters, judgo of election
and inspector of election in each dU
ti let. All candidates must register
with tho cliaitman on or boforo
Thursday, Jan. 10, at 9 p. m., with tho
chairman, B. V. Tlnkham, 1303 Mou
sey avenue.
J. W. Browning wishes to announce
that he is not a candldute for select
councilman of the Thirteenth ward.
Will L. Carr Is confined to his mom
by a severe attack of grl
CuiisUlle llcnidrJ DavU, of Ojl, Mint, Ud
jctenlay mornhc at 2 CO o'cloik utter a lln
Kerlnff illnes of temal month? witli sluimrli
trouble. Tho deceased was horn fort) yejrs ago
I .it, W joining count j. About sutcm
jarrs agu he mocil to I'roMUcnco jiul lias ntncc
'been n resident of this place, lie Inn acted a
oiutablo of tho Second ward for secral jcarj
ami was a man nltli many trlend who x.ill re
Kiet hU death, lie U (uivbcd by his luothc.
Mrs. J A. Dull, his wife nnd two sons, Chillcs
tmd Clark; lib biotlnrj and sisters, aro: iln.
Vlra r.wns, of l'itlton; lr. I.ucrrtU I.cuh,
ot Abiiibton; '-.trail llaib. of btrantonj I'm.
fi3.or it. M. IUvH, of iiunmorr; William 11
Pahi, of Clark's fin en, and lljron Dub Tho
funeral will be held toinorro v moinin.' from the
lioine. Itev. II. D. I.vnian and lte. fl A
Ciru will officiate. Interment will le made nt
the I.cmn (tnietery.
John Dojlo diid at hU homo, 411 ltUUoad ait.
nue, at tnldnlsht after a wetk'n lllnc wllli
rneiinoiila. He was a lilahly ruiected riN
dmt of Ibo Ucllouo section of the city and hU
death will be a tad kliO'k lo lib numeioua
frlcmti. He is sun bed by the follow lue chll.
drur. I'. J., John, Jainui, Mltlucl, Thomas,
I-rank. Man' and htttv, The funeial announco.
ment will be mado later,
l)ald Dull, cf 1707 Cedar alenue, died Jev
terdaj', aged CO jiiui. Ill is 6unhed by hll
wlft, Hannah, son David, Mrs. Cooper, 11m,
Ilinh, Mrn. Oliwirtli, and ibtcr, Mis. Will
lain Gore, funeral announcement, later,
K, Y. Jone., acd 73 years, died yeiteidsy at
him home st 'US llutler street, Dunmore. fu
neral today at 3 o'clock from the residence of
his son, Itlchaid. Interment in W'ajlilurn street
Hoise Took Fright.
A horse being driven by Amos Wash
er, of Shoemaker avenue, took fright
on Blakely stteet yestetday, near the
cemoteiy, and befoie he was bi ought
under control, succeeded in making
A sword is a trick not conducive to
health or longevity. Ilut it is not more
iujurious than the hasty swallowing of
half masticated food washed down by
gulps of ice water
in summer or cups
of hot coffee in win
ter. Hasty eating
is the foe of health.
Sooner or later it
must remit in in
digestion or some
other form of stom
ach disease.
For tlie cure of
I the diseases of the
stomach and allied
organs of digestion
ami nutrition, there
is no medicine so
effective as Doctor
Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery.
always help.
It almost always
Mrs. Mary 15 Lewis,
of Tanner, Clllmcr Co ,
W. Va, writes i "I will
alwaji recommend Vr.
Pierce' Golden Medlcat
Discover, 'Favorite
l'reacrlptlou' and
fl-i.iM, Vltttl far
they cured me when doctors ami other medi
cines failed. I'or fifteen jeara I suftered untold
tube rv When I commenced taUui: J)r. Pierce'
medicine-, I had plen up alt hope of eer
gettiucr welt I could not He down to sleep, and
everything I ate would almost cramp me to
death. Was very uervous and could hardly
walk acroM the room onlv uaihtJ ninety
pounis when I commenced taking these medi
cines six years ago; now wifti out hundria
and joi I v pounds, and am havint: better health
than ever before My friends oil iy they cm
hardly believe that I nm the same person : after
being sick o louff, thaw ehanftJ la te tobuit
and rotvehttked. I have taken lifleen bottles of
the Discovery ' fifteen of the ' Prescription ' and
fifteen of the 'Pellets"'
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Advisor, paper covers, is sent free on
receipt of at one-cent stamps to pay
expense of mailing only, or if cloth
binding is desired send 31 stamps. Ad
dress Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
V Vr, J, j. VJ
a sorry sight ot the buggy to which
Iib w.tsi nttnehed.
Mr. Washer was thrown out, but
luckily escaped serious injury and
plucklly held onto the telns until the
horse was stopped by passersbj.
Benefit Social.
The independent Fhe lonipuity
members uie doing a lot of hustling
these days, prepaiing for the big bene
llt social to be given In Odd Fellows
hall in the near futuie for Mr.
James Blown, whose husband mot
death In tho Mountain shaft a short
time ago.
Mr. Blown wax a foimer f 01 email ot
the company and a well known flre
mun. It Is expected that laige dele
gations from tho vatlous companies
of the valley will bo piesent nnd that
a handsome sum will be icallzed.
Butgess Buischell, who is the chair
man of the committee In charge,
never doen things by halves, so a big
success seems assutcd.
Direct fiom European triumphs.
Mr Soua and his excellent musicians aw fairly
the fad of the tcltbralcd capital. Le Journal Ji4
lKluti, l'arla.
Sile opins Monday at 0 a. sn.
rrlccs Fvenins, L'3 , r0c., 75c. and tl.09.
Matinee, 2ji., S0e. and 75c.
Ecnlnc Pciformancc at 8.H. Matinee at 2 39.
Thursday, .M Jan. 10.
The follow Inz artists will appear! The Foi.e
Juggling Johnsons. John I). Gilbert, Cheridsli
Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. IMward Lsmonde, Morton
ind hlllott, Maud Townsend, Fuller, Mailer and
Uurke, Tepge and Daniel.
Special Bargain Day Matinee, C5e. to any part
of the house. Childicn to any part lie.
iWC prices 23, 23. M) and 73 cents.
MKht price 23, Ja, W and 74 cents.
Unclaimed Letteis.
Lettets remaining unclaimed dur
ing the potiod ending Jan. 5, l'JOO.
Persons calling for those lettets please
Ktv "AdverTlsed."
H. B. Chase (3), I'eter Doherty,
Laich street: Wllllum slogan, Mlchail
Gibbons, Bobeit Johnson, Abblo Me
rawlev, Mrs. Agnes Mnlloy, 720 Adams
avenue: I S. lUtiker, Maiy Sceloj.
lliook stieet, Oeotge W. Tinner, Mis.
Thomas Thompson, 1G1 Jefferson ave
nue: Stephen Vtbun, Ihtlto Clalanel
lo fit Lunardi (F), Manantonlo Hclos
cla (F), Cat In Oilando, Itocco Olzsso
(D, Donlomelo Corvo, Carmela Bo
nUllo (F). Michael Caputo (D, 13u
nnlco Bockwell. package, fourth cjoss,
lwn Jpffeison tu cnue.
leonine Performances at 8.W.
Matlneo performance ut 2 SO,
JANUARY 11 and 12.
uie biq EW YonK success.
Th?UiIIagePosf master
Under the management of Mr. J, Wealey Hosen.
quest, also manager lltli btreet Theater. New
to man, woman and child, and withal A
lllti OAST including AllCHIE BOVD as tho Po.t
maatei .
Maht Prlcis-M, 60, 73c. and M.OO.
Matlneo Irkc Entire lower floor, 50c. bak
conj', 23c: children to any part of houso, 15c.
Local Manager.
phi's BU-muvnnw.
Managers and Leaiees,
Ihren nights tunimtnclnc Monday, Jan. T,
A J. Scaminon' IUItroad Drama,
Side Tracked
usual matinees.
JANUAUY 10, 11 and U,
William NanKevllle Presints
A play that touches tho heart. Full of pattiet,
etnntlon and comcilj'.
Matinee Price' 15 and 53 cents,
l.unlis I'l'K-' 15 -3 33 a,lJ M ""
Policeman Beavers suffered a slight
accident while at his wotk In No. fi
shaft recentlj', that will incapacitate
hlni from taklnH lI placo among tho
finest for somo tlmo. Dining his ab
sence his placo will bo filled by Bpeclal
Officer James Mcdiall.
Mathow CSettlngs deslies to an
nounre his candidacy for tho olllco of
street commissioner, subject to the de
cision of tho Dcmocratlo caucus.
Mrs. Peter 8lcglo is suffering from a
seveto attack of gtlp at her home on
Elm street.
iM.iW.vlVi.jir.,!.' , "JLIUlfB"' SStl"ll
tf1 $ rTSTTT" "T.f)K J H iai in j
u.evat7Bixrfi: i
ISI in our own conic. a
urniih th Btnulne uid
tn unv re&iler of this naner.
SauvijIb iil(iall iit low
fottipol!haarftlf. COST
AltJCT llCThlMn oomuirei
with mftst. All nthp troftfmt nil Lur.i. ftll ftlh.pcUa.
trie ixiii. rpiinfM ami ,,! tlL a JICK CVII (or
iiiorellMnSOallueiiti. usl.Vbual.(l nt lor alfnorrous
dUeaes, ivfakiieiei, und dtsurders tor eompUto
ssnlnlonUdentlalratalotrun, tiitlkli4MluillHiu.
fir, lloipilal aal Arfiu Uureon (alls
lAlnuelDinL l'aw" All Abuses.'
nil PniVATK. nnd qouRK
n orrani.! uIIt restored. Freiali raaaa
enreu 111 4 lo iu iinyp. i n moss answou rases
solletted. ''BIN DBUTSOHIR ARZT."
ment lr siall. SeuiTforNHoni TeaUmonlals Book ex
poiuig Tcr j t aX IutUuM,UKUtcs4 AMiumI fraud,