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TTTE SCT? ANTON TTfTBTJKE -THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1S94.
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laid to love his in i;hbor as bimself. He
that vtlnntarilv couuuuot iu ignorance ta
guilty of all tho crime, wuicu iitnoruuco
produce; u. to him that should extinguiab
tin- upeis of a lihthoube, ink-lit justly bs
imputed :ho cftlatalttri of aliipwreck.
Ohritttaftity l thWghM prfcuoii of
bntsnnlty; and uo umu I nui but as ho
Wisl es lit- at ml of others, uo uiau can ho
l.od iu thtntgheat il.gree who wish, anu:
l-j olh.rs the lnrueat measures of UM
gTMtwt good. To omit tor a year, or for
n diy, tho most efficacious molbod of ad-Ynui-ing
Chrietmuity in cjniplmnie with
any purposes that terminate ou this tide of
the Krave, 1 a crime of which I know cot
tli world has yet had an example, except
in the practice of the planters of America,
uracecit mortuls wuutn, I suppose, no
uth.tr man wishes to resemble.
We have a drug called santonin, a bitter,
white, ct.VBtaiiue Biibstauce, which pro
duces temporary color bliuduusi- causiug
Uiiugs to auuear yellow.
Self is moral santonin. We give to
missions but a pittance! lam not un
mindful of Wyoming's steady advance. I
have as much pride iu her achievement!) as
any of you. Her progresiun in prophetic !
Vet she is not sucrinciug for missions.
.Nor is the church, lain optimistic. Ve
are heaued the right way. The day will
coins wheu men will respond to tho call as
unto a fealt Deflcieuciou will be un
known : The need of the church today is
greater responsiveness to Clod.
VOlt'LS IN t'EOVIlL.N(.lS.
leurs, ce&turles of them, had passed
with an occasional voice ..tiling to the
rescue, as of Columba. lionlface, Raymond
Hull, and Frauds of Amissi. In a
pious cobbler of Paulersperry, with
twelve friends, in tho humble cottage of
the Widow Wallis. at Kettering, formed
the pioneer "Society for Propagating tho
Oonpel among the Heathen." They laid
IhirtMO pounds, two shilling and six
panel upon tho altar, attempting great
llniign for (iod and expecting great things
Jroia Hod.'' Th following yeBr Carey
went forth. What murvelous changes iu
tiie Cntur.V since his going. Bit bugle
call has ruined nil nation.
i ho limes are past when men can be i
lihmced while discussing the "church
iluty with regard to milsTona." And who
would now declare such plans fanciful
and laughable I n is no longer rare that
men and women offer themselves for the
field abroad. Missionary entorpriius are
given prominence. 'balls of comparative
theology art being established, and courses
of lectures on missions being delivered bi
foro our universities.
India, too "Gibraltar ot Paganism,"
seemed Impregnable. Now it is as a starry
firmament, studded with missionary sta
tions, t'astp is yielding. "The Hindoo
are busy pulling down their own religion."
'I'lie "Lici t of Asia " is fading, while the
Light Of the world just appears above the
horizon. India's millious are hungering
for the Bread ot Life.
Kurniah 13 looking opon the uplifted
Christ and living.
Slam' eight millions are just beginning
to feel the thrill of contact with western
civilization. Telegraph, oostal system and
mercantile enterprise are her. A king
sits on bur throne, second only to the ill
l-u.i.i i r' l ,j. in in' itrvAulvafiMU' lues liia
wife send for a Bible, baring lost faith 1
in his own religion, that ue may ue con
"!d by the abidiDg comforter. A wide-
The Oriental Yankee had walled them
selves in. Their authentic uistory well
nigh antedating fable a civilization re
markable, Powder, printing, compasB,
paper, silk, porcelain, long known to them.
Though of tunny religions, it is n cation of
atheist, gambler, opinm eaters, rakes and
drunkard, by treaty this land is opened.
Her destitution is uu appalling cry for
Japan, the iSunriso Kingdom, onco decreed
that If any Christian, or even the Christian's
iod himself, should set foot ou the islands
he sliould lose his head. At each stri'io .
mile she measures as she moves toward i
Has more newspapers today
and llusiia combined iVer
,i00), astonishing mankind.
Fukuzawa wrote urging that Christianity
be not even tolernteu, now he writes urg
ing iis adoption by the Empire.
There is uowuo "Hermit Nation." Korea
opeua her door.'.
The Ottoman Empire is considered to be
iu u condition of crisis. Opportunities aro
mure favorable now than ever before for
evangelistic work. fUces once thrilled by
Chrysostou and Athaasias will again re
ceive the word.
Africa, as it by magic, springs into view
Hue of her sous bore the cros for tho i
not be filled?
P.ipa! land ure being modified. Savon
arola's dying cry was, "O, Italy, 1 warn
ibee Hint tin ly C'brietcau tare thee: ' Jha
time for tie Holy niiost bo not yet come,
but it will' t eeetne now joal beginning
to come, Under the shadow of the Vat!
an is told the story of the Ubrlst life.
rheisland of tLe MR. tbelr froaded !
pa uis to the sazouf civilized eve-. Cam
)alim is Do mo:
Tnis century has spread a miuionary
net work over tho giobo Three hundred
language and dialect are now- tb chart
iots In bear tho wonderful w.;:'ds of life.
.'.lone; theae providence eloquent in
their appMlr Does II not look u if the
viiole wi r'.l were preunng for a 'leat
OrPORTL'MTf !S OIUI'IATIVK.
God ha placed hitherto bidden force
nude r our control. Rapid transit y etemi
Ly wiiter and lar.d have made nation
lieicbhor, Wo send onr wbuperlng
nnwr tho sec. to oor brother ou tb other
eie. 'Jleee improved arenui ot com
faunicallou .my be need by the adversary
tor tbu convey tog of poleonous sefd. Are
no; tiinse providence Owl' voicus calling
It loawake, eiii beaten .'
The tului Kof notions wiil be governed
by the sloth or activity of the preeut. I
nu debtor both to the (reik and bar
btrino. Ont of Hie ibadow of nighl
The world rate into light;
it iedsytefeaS very where
I'e yuinsey iu one of bis dreams saw
"The morning wk como of a mighty day
u day of crisis and ot final bope for humnn
nature, thai: suftenng some mysterious
oelipe, and laboring in some dread ex
tremity. Somowhere, 1 knew not where--iiotnchow,
I knew not now -by some be
ings, I kuow not whom-a battle, a strife,
en njony wat conducting was evolving
like a great drama or piece of mnsio; with
which my sympathy was the more insup
portable from my confusion as to its place,
it cause, it nature, aud Its possible isine,
1, as is usual in dream?, had tho power,
and yet had not the power, to decide it.
J had the power if i could i aiso myself, to
will it, aud yet again bad not the power,
for the weight of twenty Atlantic was
upon me." While in this stale he saw
himself sin rounded by an ocean of faces
appealingly turned toward him.
Heloved ! I show you a vision ' Tho morn
iug of a great and mighty day is come, a
day of crisis. Human beings suffering
from ocllpse of soul, and laboring in dread
extremity. Hotnowhere, w know whore;
somehow, we know how, a strife, an agony
i.i conducting. An ocean of faccn are
i in null, toward us imploringly. No twenty
Atlantics are upon us. We have the power.
: il : we not to their rescue?
1 am tjobtor both to the Wreck end the
THE EVENING SESSION.
il.v. Sr. Price Dtllvar a Powerful
drsn on Tsmpsranca Prog-reas
The evening session of tho confer
ence wa to commemorate the temper
ance autiiveraerv. The suasion was at
tended by a lurgo audience, who, not
withstanding the inclement weather,
were attracted by the announcement
that Her. J. E. Prioe, D.D , formerly
pastor of the Klin Park church, aud
BE sure and
get your choice
One Coupon and One Dime.
now of Bt James' Slethodist Episcopal
church of New York, would deliver
the nddnn of tb evsuint,'.
The service, wbicli was preiidsd over
by Rev. T. F. Hall, ot BaiubridKA N.
Y., opend by song. Praysr was of
fered by Rev, Otaorge M. Col vi lie, of
In iulroducin' the speaker of the
evening, Rev. Mr. Hall said that the
liquor iiiu'Stinn was an old lint liv;
one and iuvolved the Very esUtnco of
When Dr. Price cams forward !:?
was granted with applause, lie said he
ws thankful tor tho atmosphere of no
c irdlsl a WelOOUie In substanuo his
remark were as loiluws:
THE ENEMY'S STRENOTU.
The theme ought to inspire us and wo
should protit by military experience and
ascertnln ttie strength ot the enemy.
Afterward ;let us make more of our own
First, the lienor traffic entrenched be
hind a vast physical appetite. Can we
imagine the distress which accompanies a
thirst! Ot its power and nam we mid
many figurative lessons iu the scripture.
"The Lord is my iuhoritauce and my cup,'
for instance. We can raoru accurately
estimate it by going to the side ot a levar
stricken patient In the hospitals, to tho
soldier who on the Meld ot battle cries for
just ouo cup of water or to the man dyiug
on the dosert.
Wo cannot kuow how the habit intensi
fies tho thirst- we can only imagine it.
Drop n stone from A height: It falls sixteen
teet the first second, thirty-two feet the
next uud so on; a man wuo has become a
victim hurries on his downward wav to
! destructiou at the same ratio.
The susceptibility of his being and his
; whole nervous force are so grooved and
fixed that the slightest desire or teinpta-
I tiou makes it impossible for him to resist
tho cup. We cannot estimate this suscep
tibility! its results are so abnormal, so ex
traordinary wheu compared to other phy-
' sical uppetites thut we can scarcely com
pruhend them. It is a Weight that drugs
hint down, down, down.
Again, this business is entrenched be
hind the love ot money and a rampart of
j greed and avarice. If it could bo done,
there are men who would locate a factory
louthe tieid of the battle ot tiettysburg
i and grind tho bleached boues of t'ni.m
soldiers into phosphate: but this sacrilege
would not compare with tho existing
uieanu?sa of the liquor business.
SALOONS AUK PROFITABLE.
We have got to put ourselves against a
vested interest, the large profit Of which
even enable tMU to pay iu the larger
cities a rental ot 1X000 where tU'M) is u
fair price for decent enterprises. It i
said that JWU.b'JU.O 'ii are paid annually f"V
drink, 1 claim ir. n ?.',000. 000, 000. Why
lieeause the addition of the loss of energy,
crime and pauperism make it that sum.
This is not legitimate: it is waste, and
This suggest the recent financial depres
iou. Some point to a free trade or a
tariff, say create a seigniorage or vacuum.
1 am for the latter if it will "vacuum" the
sal Cone, or for any or all of them if it will
do the same thing.
The foe is entrenched in politics. The
conducting of primaries, caucusses and
the very nominations aro iufected with it
and diotated by it.
The evil is slso protected by the statu
tory enactments and the saloon has us
god a right to float the stars and stripes
as the Thirteenth regiment armory
Now where are our forces. I can tell
you nothing new; we have merely the old
methods at our command political meth
ods, for Instance. Any man ot us can do
no wrong in voting for the party he thinks
best, if he ib honest iu his intentions to do
the greatest good thereby. However, there
should be les9. us a consequence, of taunt
answered by taunt. Nothing but harm
will come of it.
We should consider this a battle crisis
like that on the soil of Pennsylvania when
ti e l':iion was or was not to he. Our reg
iments paused not to differ over colors,
mechanism of gnus or details, but united
in one grand purpose, and were victorious,
l or the actual suppression of the traffic
J must not rest on our arms, but keep on
in nave a lorco in our pnoiiej scuoois.
The next army will be of the generation
now iu training. They get it to a large
degree from the sciontific books which will
make them rise and strike the blow wheu
the time arrives fur the demolition of the
CITIZENS ARE AT FAULT,
Will it astouish you when 1 say we all
have a proprietary interest in the saloons.
: and aro as much responsible for the (rime
I of a drunkard as the man who sells him
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court; the court says tho law authorized
him to do so: the law was framed by legUT
i.itors. and the legislator were elected to
o.'tice by tho votes of so-called responsible
men. Why should they not as wed be ar rested
as the man who sells the product of
There is one remaining force on our side
net pledges from the bovs.iutorest the Lp
Worlh and Youths' leagues, pres., the
the cuurcli. w o ministers can do much
oider men to abstinence, and .submit plain,
everyday preaching, I would not sound
the plea of Scriptural custom u r
cience. There is one argument almost
Invariably responded to tho law of
Christ's life and Unlove for tho sake of
Others. For the lake of example thev mil
j desist, not for what It costs thein, but for
the salte of others. Oa this point the pul
pit must take its stand aud make it i last
and Lnal appeal.
DAILY CONFERENCE PROGRAMME.
What Will Be TJon Kach Sesaion (Jatll
The programme of the conference as
it will bo continued from 'hi morning
to the Uaal adjournment is a follows:
Sa. m.--Devotional service.
''a, in. Business sessions
:.:wp. m. Historical unoiversary. The
Hev. Manloy S. Hard, D. I)., prosidinsr.
Address the liov. Ceorgo it. Crooks, 1). 1.,
7.80 p.m. Anniversary of Preachers'
Aid society, Tho Hev. V. c. Smith, Li. D.,
presiding. The Hon. Uovernor Pattison
is expected to deliver the address.
M n. m 1'entacostal ervice in leoture
room, led by Hev. Mauley s. Hard, D. JJ.
9 a. m. Bneinee session.
1 80 p ui. Anniversury of the Women's
Home Missionary society, Mr. W. H.
Pearce, presiding. Address, Mrs. .Mary
Leonard Wells. Morristown, New Jersey ."
7.30 p. mi Anniversary of the Church
Extension fiocioty. The llev. John Brad
baw, presiding. Addresae, tho llev1
Manly S. Hard, U.D., Rev W. A. Spencer
8. a. m. Consecration service, lecture
room; the Rev. W. Webb, D.D., leader.
9 a. m, Business session.
:i.UG p. m. -Anniversary of the Women's
Foreign Mis9ionery society. Mrs. M. s.
Hard, presiding. Address, Mr, h. I). is
horn, Brooklyn, N. Y.
7.80 p. in. Anniversary of the Kducn
tionnl and Freedman's Aid societies. The
Hev. L. I.. Sprague, D.D. and tho Her. J.
W. Nicholson, presiding. Addresses, tho
Rev. Charles Payne, H.D.. and the liov. J,
a. Hirtiel, 1J.H.
8n. in. Conference lovofeaat. The Rev.
M. D, Fuller, leader.
10 a. in. Sermon and ordination of
deacons. Bishop John F. llurt.
J p. m. Ordination of older and mem
8.80 p. m F.pworth league anoiveriary.
Tho Rev. J. O. woodruff, presiding. Ad
dress s, Professor W. F. Winchester, Wcs
leyan university, Mlddletown, Conn.;
liishon Hurst and the Rev. J. O. Peck I).
D.. New York.
7.80 p. m. Missionary nninversary.
Rishop IJnrel, presiding. Address, Rev.
J. 0. Peck, D.U., New York.
8 a. m Devotional service.
'J a, m. Busiuess session.
7Ht HISTORICAL SOCIErY.
Will Hold Its Anniversary Dnrir.a: This
A particularly interesting sessiou will
be held at 1110 o'clock today the an
nivertAry of tho Historical society.
Kjv. Mauley S. Hitrd. of this city, will
preside, and the udf.'Ss will bo deliv
ered by Key. George L. Crooks, LL.D.
of Drew Theological Hmiuaiy.
A male, choir of twenty Vo.c-'s will
conduct th liogjlng, Tau-minutb d
(lresscs will be niude by Thtnnas H.
Diie, ReTlJ. K. Pnk and Rev. C. V,
Arnold. A report of the urchivist will
im made by lT-..ie.uur L. L. fcuraguc,
A ousiness m ".'ting of the societ y
will be held at the cloie of the annivei-
BUTTONS OH ALL SORTS.
Tli Papular Une Are Mudu at llreideu
CKtaa, Cut Jet aud Pearl,
The buttou maker's craft U suceptible ol
quite as surprising a development as any
otlier branch of industry, lluttoiis, orig
huHljf strictly utilitarian article, now of
ton form the sole trimming of gOWDIOI
coate and are amply sulUcieut for that pur
pose. e have long been able to have uiu
cloth and silk, buttons luudo to order of tlit
same material us the costume for which
t hey are intended. More recently we havt
been supplied with composition buttons,
which are an Mtoniihing imitation of tkt
Bilk and serge covered articleund wear iu
definitely, which the latter do not.
This being a union of buttons, a great
variety is shown in more expensive styles
as carved mother of pearl and cut jet, whilt
with the fashion of Dresden china umbrellu
and parasol handles have come Dresden
buttons of various sizes, decorated in tlit
same manner and used on rich costumes
especially on court coats. Where buttom
are adopted us u garniture, il they are iu-
DOUBLE SKIRTED i OBI 0ME.
tpnded to give the effect of fusteniti any
thing together, it. is much the best way tc
have the corresponding Imttoittioles madt
anil really button the thing instead ol
merely securing il by the thread w ith which
the buttons are sewed on. It is more trou
ble, but well made buttonholes are a dec
oration in themselves, and there is some
thine; auoiualous iu the position of a button
Without a buttonhole.
Although the double s,kirt or overskirt i.
steadily advancing In popularity, the plain
Hkirt refuses to retire from public favor,
and it is to be hoped that It Will COOtlnU)
to hold its place, for it is lighter and niort
convenient in every respect than thedrnped
skirl. The lattei appears to advantage in
mualln, gsuse and thin evening materials,
but iu woolen noods tor Street w ear it is uu
denlably weighty. It is being used for all
sorts of gowns, however, and probably b
next winter it will be llrinly established a
lhe ruling mode, anil we shall see heavy
cloth and even velvets made up in that
A sketch is given of a double skirted toi
let In silver gray vlgnone. The plain tut
derakirt is of checked silk to match, whilt
the second skirt is draped in box plait
Over the hips, eolilined by a strap, wblrL
i i buttoned in pluce. The vest, tight sleevei
and revers are also of checked silk, whlU
the upper half of the sleeve consists of a
balloon puff of viguons surmounted bj a
wide epaulet of the .nine material but
toned down the top ol the shoulder.
uarn gloves in Duitonnoie stitcu, re-
peuted till tho hole is filled up.
Clothe! carefully folded and sprinkled
tre half i rotted.
f). W. Fuller, of i auajoharie, N. Y.,
says that he always keeps Dr. Kings New
Discovery in the house, and his family has
always found the very best results follow
its use; that ho would not be without it it
procurable. H. A. Dykemnn. druggist,
Catlsklll, N. V., says that Dr. King's New
Discovery is undoubtedly the best coutth
remedy: that be hss used it in his family
lor eight years, and It has never failod to
do all that is claimed for .t. Why not tie
a remedy so long tried and tested'' Trial
bottles tree nt Mattbows Ilros'. dru; story.
Regular size Mc. and 81.00.
The first trial of Dr. Wood s Norway
Pine nyrnp will satisfy any one that the
lung healing virtue of the pine tree has
now been rellned mto an effective aud
convenient cough niediciiie. Sold by all
dealers ou a guarantee of satisfaction.
WL ii Uuuy eta tick, we gave her (.'astorla.
Wheu she vras a Uilld, she cried for ( astorla.
When the became .Miss, she eluag to '.'astoria.
When sho hLd Chlldrea,sh gavelhcui i 'astorla,
1? STATU OF ISAAt ' ELLIS, I.ATK fiK
J the township of North AhhiKtou. l.'ounty
of backaivanna nnci stati of PenBsylvanls,
Letters of ndininistrnlion iikii the above
liuuied estate hsvlm; lvn granted to the uu
signed, all nersous hsvini olaim or demand
ga)ni th said estate will pre.ent them for
payment, and thOSS Uldehteel therewith will
ploastt make imrneaiate payment to
MARY E, ELUB. Administratrix.
RBO. W. BEaLE, Attorney for Estate, Price
Notice to Taxpayers.
payers of the city of Seniuton. Pa., will
hereby take uotii o that th hoard of appeals
apnolnted by the city councils of said city to
hearund determine appeal troin city assess
ments for Ui" year 1"! arc. lioldliiK meetings
daily at tl In f tlej city olerl: between
tho hoars uf u a. ni. audfi p. ui. for the purpose
aforesaid and that appeals wilt only bo heard
in eases of iisw asse .snients for said year, the
authority vested in said board not penult tun:
tho revision of asssssmnnts for any year hut
that of IS!H. The meetings of the hoard will
cease March 31, 1KB.
Ity order of board uf appeals.
11. T. I A V I i i, I .
Re i estate.
LMJR MAl.K SlNUI.i: HOUSK, SOJ gl'lNUV
JT avenue; very desirable location. Aoply
(. F. REYNOLDS, or W1LLAKD, WABUN
JJiZl540 WILL BUY lldDKKN NKW8 BOOM
tj lioufre, all Improvements; terms easy; oor
nor Modlsou avenue and Deleware street. Ap
ply HARRY LESS.
$1,4(0 WILL BUY VERY DE8IRAHLE LOT
corner Madison avenue aud Uelaware
street Terms muty. Apply
kTaiiteo nti ttiruti cost thai niuci, IBS
rent Situation WanU4,vihieh or inserted
eapioyment In hotel, store or one foira.
Address V. BASNEti BUROHi East StroutH
bin g, Pa.
tbUNQ MAN, tl, WHO HAS HAUEXPE
l rience ae a clerk and D, E. bwtaeper,
desires position a either or hotb. Expects
small salarv at first. Would like an interview.
A.idioss Ha j .,:.!, Xunlthannocki Pa-
OITl VHvt.N WANTED A8 'SHlPPlMfl
l? clerk, r umilar position: have had es
perlenee ana can furnub tattofaotory reier
ence. Address I.. V. D.,i!ls North Suiuiier
POSITION' W X NT'ED AS UARTENKEK
T or as i lerk; eiiu speak Oermiui ami Polish,
also Eiirfllsii Address 8U Putman street,
Providence t.ity. .
SITUATION WANTED - A LADY at
O years old wants a situation as housekeeper
In reipectable widower's family; Hood tmik
and nurse: eleven years' experience; v.ill go
to city or country. Address M. A. B , Uoji
in". East 8troudburg, Pa,
SITUATION WANTED a OOOD PEN
limn and s.holar desires a siluutioii where
he is wllliuu to make himself generally ustul.
"C" Tribune ofllee.
CITUATION WANTED BY A YOL NO
0 man a- clerk in grocery, dry goods or
clothiii store Had experience at arocery
business, flood reference. Address, T A. M.,
POBITION WANTED BY A YOUNU
1 lady, tfomi writer. Address I.iiie 1,
Henernl Delivery. Sersnt'U. Pa
CITUATION WANTED BY A OOOD
0 baker; 0l of references. Address.
Baker, tin: WiiNhinaton Avenue.
I Al.lEs'WA.VI BD TO WlVl I E AT HOME:
I j BIS weekly t no can vasatnat. Reply with
tamp, miss kannie i klknok
hoofs Carriage work, BIB, SKI, S23 anil
iS. North Sevi.uth street.
Uf ANTED MAN WITBLIFE and FIRE
Insurance exporleuee us solicitor in
Lackawanna county; itood inducemunts tu
right man Address 1125 vi Bet, building,
Ur ANTED- TWO YOUNG MEN Of OOOD
addre-s to call on business In, uses.
Steady employment for good men. Apply
NATIONAL CLEAN TOWEL COMPANY,
U'ANTED-aitENTs TO TAKE OttDERB
by sample: we will pay experts and Mil
ary or allow liberal commission; samples sent
on applii'at ion. Address Lock BOX G-lH, New
Furnished Rooms to Let.
1 rooms for
UY PLEASANT FURNISHED
rent, tils .lellerson avenue.
170K RENT APRIL 1 THE ROOMS NOW
X occupied by the Telephone Exchange, M
Lackawanna avenue. Apply at tno omee oi
Lehigh Halt Mining Co., Third National Bank
building. L. S. and E. C. Fuller.
I'LL BENT - BUlLDlNi; ! LAt'KA
J wuiina avenue from April 1. CHABLEB
B WELLES, Coal Enehan re.
POB BENT THREE ROOMS. PBONT ON
1 Hcond lloor, over N. A. lluibert's music
store. Hi Wyoming avenue, from April 1. In
quire in the store.
'vo Let khi a term or years-
1 Part or all of three hundred feet of yard
room along railroad. Apply at 21C Frnu'klta
'po RENT STORE 35xu OR FURNtBHED
J ball on Green Ridge street. Very dtBira
i lu location and on roasonable terms. Apply
toF. K. NETTLETON or g B. WOODRUFF
1 iOR SALE - A FARM OF EIGHTY ACRttS,'
J one and one half miles from Daltuu ou
the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
railroad First class farm house with a never
tailing spring nearby; two barns, goud land
and good orchard. Will bo sold eheap. Terms
Mar. Address B. F VON STOHl'H or ISAAC
ELLIS, executors, Daltou, Lackawanna
I.'OK SALE - es-ACHi;
SHE ITT ELD, SJU
and utensils. J. M.
POB SALE olt EXCHANGE FOR st'KAN
A ton property- A bearing orange grove
Increasing in production anil value yearly iu
the orange seetlon In Florida. Addres F. E.
NETTLETON. Lake Helen. Kioriaa
Money to Loan.
MONEY TO LOAN S-'i.ouu TO BliMJOO ON
central elty property, D W.BROWN,
Attorney. "us Spruce st.
pLANlv BOOKS! I'AMl-lli.l.'lS. .MaU.x'
U nines, etc., bound or rebound at Tin:
Tuiulnk office, yniek work. Reasonable
MEAL TICKETS CAN HE HAD T HI
corner Spruce street and Franklin ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets lor iW-.VJL Oood
table board .
CAM KNAt P HAS TAKEN THE UVBaY,
C? stabiH lately occupied by Ered s. Warren
117 Monroe avenue, rear, wnero be is prepared
to furnish Ills; class Landaus. Surrey, Phe
tons aud Buggies g,od horse arm careful
drivers. Telephone connections.
OTOOKHOLDEBaV MEETING THE AN-
' uual .uisetlug of the stockholders of the
Providence Ga and Water Company will be
h'M at the Delaware and Hudson Canal Com
pany a building, t87 Piaulilin avsnne, Scran
ton. I'a , at v a. in., Monday. May 7. IMI4, to
elect officers to serve during the ensuing year,
and ti iinsa. t any other business that may lei?
Hi f. ATHEBTON, Beeretany,
Scrautou .April 5, IM'1.
CEALEO PROPOBALb WILL BE BE
P oeived ut the ullice of thu Clt Clerk,
Bcranton. Pa, until 7.ju o'cloog p. m, Tliurs
dav, April IK. bt, to furnish audlay sidewalk
and )uivnd gutter oa wester y side of Sixtti
street from Lackawauna avetuie to Carbon
street. In aeenrdaneo wdth tl plans and BpeeP
Ik ations in office of City Cterk. Blddors shall
eui.-less with each proposal the sum of ten
illUi dollars, casti or cttrtilled cheek. In (,
iho bidder to whom the contract shall have
been awarded omits to execute n contract for
the work, thu enclosure of ten dollars s. com
panylng his proposal shall be forfeited to the
oity "t Bcranton. The elt reserves the right
to reject any all bins, Hv order of cltv . nun
ells. M. T. L.WT.LLE, Cltv Clerk.
Serautou, l'a April 7, Ism.
OEALHD PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
ij calved at the office r tin. ORj Clerk,
Bcranton. Pa., nntll 7,110 o'clook p.m.. Thure
dav. April IB, 18W, to grade Marion street
between Washin .ton and Sanderson avenues
The strei't is t,. la-griided to its l ull width und
the work i to bed, me in accordance with the
plans and ipeclflcatiou in the. ity engineer's
office and under his direction. Bach bid
shall be accompanied by a oertlnod check or
, ash iu the iiiin uf ten per centum of the
amount bid. In case the bidder to whom the
contract shall have been awarded refuses or
omits to execute a contract within Uu days
from date of award thereof, the enclosure a"e
eumpiiuylug his proposal shall be forfeited to
the city of Scrauton. The city engineer's esti
mate of cost of tho work in four hundred aud
twenlv tivo dollars. The city reserves the
l ight to reject anv and nil bids. By order ,.
eit v . mmcii. M. t. LAVELLB. City Clerk.
QEALBD PROPOSALS Wll L HE RE
O reived at the office of tho City Clerk
Hcranton. Pa., uutil 7.:RI o'clock p. m.. Tliurs.
day, April l, Usui, to construct a lateral
sewer In Roche court from tho fifteenth uta
D iet lnaiti sewer westerly a distance ol about
eight hundred and seventy feet (STll) feet;
ids , t0 consti net th manholes, lampbeles.
bi auehes nml llxtures that are designated, unit
to furnish all labor ind supplies neCMmn I"
complete lb work I'ropuauls shall state
price per lineal foot complete. Bidders shall
on loc with each propesul thef iunof live per
centuin of the amount bid as a guaranteu to
execute u contract within ten days if awarded
the same. The work shall he finished within
sixty days fruin date of commencement. Pto-
poeannot accompanied by the required de
posit and not iu accordance with advertise
ment and ordiuanus will not be considered.
The city resol ves tho right to reject any and
all bids. By order of cltv councils.
M. T. LAVELLB, City clerk.
Scrautou, Pa , April 7, lssi.
Connolly & Wallace
t stwr- MC,
150 NEW ARRIVALS TODAY.
In Our Dress Goods Department
MINl.VO, BLASTING AXIl SPoKTINf
Manufactured st the Wupwitllopeu Mills, I. u
ierue county Pn uud st Wll
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
(tenernl Agent for Uie Wyoming District,
u8 Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa.
'.h ril Natioual Bank Building.
7HOK. FOfta I'itlaton. r
JOHN li SMITH & SUN; Plymouth,
Il W. MULLIGAN. Wilhes-Burre. P
Agents for the Itupauuo Chemical Coin
lany's Hifh Explosives.
Oh, My Poor
THOMAS E, SHEA,
Yes, they are undoubtedly poor and will continue 5oJ,,J',SlS:.!?S;:i,v""-
.. , , , , Monday "BkOaPM from Blng Sine."
until you have them properly and scientifically wSSnSJuij "!u; '"''-"'.Vv: '
fitted with suitable Glases. Our Mr. Adams is ! -iir. .ii i.v'i U i!.-":'vde
I Batnrday MatinM.. . ''Bin Van WlnkU."
well qualified and we do not charge you a small j iatau: "The Black Flag.-
. . . rp i , m c i. I Pnces- 10 20 and 30c.
lortune, either. 1 ry him. No lit. no charge. sale ot seats open Friday, Apriiw, forth
I entire wek.
:J07 IjACKAWANNA AVENUli
"No star was ever lost we once have seen,
We always may be what we might have been,"
A HAPPY PATRON OF
THE RICHARDS LUMBER CO.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
THE DiCKSON MANUFACTURING CO
SCRANTON A.ND WJLKES-BARKE. PA . JIANCFACTCJKEH3 O.'
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
HOW TO MAKE MONEY
There are hundreds of young men ami young women in ttm
country who nave splendid ability, but tbo. bae uevet been
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
lias been an Inspiration to hundreds ui young people, if yoa
are tired of Inactivity and want to do something tangible,
come to the College.
COMMON BNGLISH COVME.
I'.i sim ns OOURME.
Office, 813 West Lacka
TTtr. 'i,r L-rnni.i uir "'"'
atrUHtANDAFTtRUSInG.no other. Audrei .-sasia van lli We aiaiuuic .u.,,...
For Sale In Scranton, Pa., by H.C. SANDERSON. Driblet, cor Wnshins-ton
.Itid SurucH at rafts.
n nupn mm ivtti i in
W , . i i r 'A II I i 11 r D 1 F1 Is V. ' r a
Am m MM)
We are showing a Handsome Line of Satin Stripe Jav
anais. It will pay you to look at them.
Make Over Mattresses,
BOB iii.i uiu i u k . .. .in i ;i
Gciitrul Ollice. BCRANTON, PA
F. E. WOOD, Proprietor.
KING'S WINDSOR CEMENT FOR
Quarries and Works,
ThUwQsdfrtSI rtia4i fssr i
inniSSIWWW wdbhw W" m,f,n,rv.. . -
eae. sueli Weak Memorr. Lull of Brain l-owir.Heaeaelie,ttaketiiiiieti. ,
l.osiMi.nhmI.NIlilly Ruiluioiii, Nervousnem, allilialosan 1IOU u t power
lu Ou.ieiatlTeOrKam of enber set canned !iivereiertt'"!.youinrnieri-ori.
eicemlveuse urtobacoo.oplaraormbnulaMs. wlochleaJ to liiNrmur, .won.
iluanitlonorlnianltT. Can bacirrledln rest pucket. ml KJ-fcZsiZS
bT u all prepaM. With a KS order eirlTe wr "en suni-antee ta
'or refund Chf money. .rctillr free. M,.l,i br all .IriieaUIS. Aforlt,tk i
! 'L .'' ,'. ,..,,. I, ,
Opp. Court House.
Retail Mattresses at
Ave eornar Adams u.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
fine Week, 'uinnieiieitit; Monday, April II
MatiMe Saturday ut 2..1J P M.
I The Popular and lluver CharactST Act Or.
V,Bk eommeneiug MONDAY, APRll 9
tiranil lK.utle Mttmui .tli Bpwtaonlar
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN
.Nniub riu( Thirty Artists and a yuunetta,
WlUSptdal Scenery and all Aceeiorie.
Grand Street Parade Daily
.With full Ullttary Band beaded by the
ONLY LMf DRUM-MJGR IU THE WORLD.
ADMISSION, 10 'Jitand SO CENTS
nrtomaneM wry afternoon, except Mo
days and Tliurisdaya. el (JO, and every evuu
ilia at S li. Duois uiionat I. an and T.0J I1 M
Coal of Urn best quality for Jo:u?jtio ns..,:4
of allfizes. delivered iu any part of the city
at lowet price.
Orders feft at my offl -e.
NO. IIS, WYOMING AVENUE.
Rear room, Hist fl.vir, Third Natioual Baut
or sent by mail or telephone to the mine, will
! receive prompt attention.
Special coutiactii ill !,j nude tor the tala
dalti ..r,- U....I....I ..
v, . ... .. . ... . . ,
WM. T. SMITE
That we are headquarters toi everything to
the line ot WATCH EN If joa have auvliU
of pnrohailng anv kind of a Watch, ladv'aor
gent'H. Hold or Mlver, yon will make iriev
1.11. s luistake it yon do not gtv n a call and
p-t "in prices, which you will llnd far below
all otMr, espeeiullv in ail the fh grades of
Elfltt. Walthaui ami llaiapden lnovemi-nts
If yoa hare any doubts IM .'ire at all pested
L.n pries givu a call and we will have no
trouble in convincing f on. W still have a larwo
stick to d'.Apo.e of, anil will offer y ou won-
i tirlul inducemeuts iu Jewelry, Silverware,
(.' .irks sad nil other goods vvhiob we have la
C. W. Freeman
I'mu At and Spruce SL
P t.',h,i in ! 100'PtE buak. illuitmtd IriM
I lift U ! pi -1 . i.. f -en by tint. Whta Hot Spring.
ud Mtnaryf-il. Onr Ml ale Remedy will
I po.tttvdly cure. IUUA, VU.,