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THE SCIiANTON TRIBUNE-MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 10, IStfL'
A WOMAN'S ACCOUNT OF HER
FIRST LESSONS IN DELSARTE.
A. Yivaclnn Description of Interesting
Scenes In tlin Class IConm Whore llcuuty
Learn l 5Iove with (ll-icm Bittl I.ls
somciioss Silling iui.1 Wnlktnjr.
"tin you, tern, Ix'IntiK to tho Dolsnrtc dis
tiplo cla-sf" I )ic:inl a mini sny to a irtty
tvoimiu at, n (lililliT.
"i'ray, liovv do yon know?" with nnlic;lit
lifting of the eyebrows mid a suspicion of
"From tin1, niunncr in which you silt
down lit t.-ible, then took tli.'tt olive und
now nibble it. You hik unconsciously con
sciuns of h ni'w in:inmrism in vliirh you
an no', perfect,, hut which yon pnictico
tvlicncvi r you icincmlicr to do so. 1 have
di'Uvti'il ii dozen women within the last
two weeks making tliu same eil'ort. Come,
own ii. Aren't you a lb lsiirtcan?"
The pretty woimin halted no heartily
ns to nth-nut yeneral nttrMtlpn. A rotivi'ii
ieut lull in tlie service pivu opportunity
for a hroadsicle of qno-dions. Tho pret ty
woman, now thoroughly roused to a spirit,
of repartee, confessed rent she did beloiio;
to a female class who had heen makini;
study of the Delsartean methods; that nil
her set were in it."
Oil, yes, our spirited little informant, was
quite willing to "ia the wholo snap
nw;ty," with illustrations too.
"You all lauuhi'dat the manner in which
I took an olive. Now I'll show you the
dilV'Tcnee l -t v-'n the old way and the
new. Mary," tnmii"; tnour hostess, "just
help yourself out of that, dish." v- .
Mrs. Ii (nit her hand straight, nut, to
the dish, captured the olive and drew it
St raiuht hack to her moot h, evidently 1)0
llevin.; that the shortest distance liotHifli
two p iints is the .straight, lino that joins
"Oh! hut that istoonwful," shrieked the
Delsartean. "Now watch me."
The little hand was poised, the wrist
moved slowly downward in a gentle curve,
the linger tips dropped on the olive like a
lmtterllv on a rose, the hand returned to
the mouth in an upward curve, the whole
motion descrihiiii; a paranoia, and with
the slightest tarn of tho wrist olive, met, its
The movement was so pretty ami grace
ful that we applauded vigorously and
uskud for more.
COYIT.ASTS IV coi.ons.
So she went on:
"It was very funny the first day our class
nssemhle 1. 'e all went in-street costumes,
and were drawn up in a line feeling rather
ashamed and inclined to sigi'ln as our very
stern and .esthetic looking teacher stalked
in and eyed us keenly. She wore no stays.
"The first thins she did after looking us
over was to march tip to Mrs. 15 , w ho,
you know, has a bright color, and touch
ing a tunpiois brooch which pinned her
bonnet strings said, severely: 'Don't you
know that hluo and red, being opposite
colors, should never ho worn in juxtaposi
tion? Your blue pin simply emphasizes
the redness o your cheeks, which, I pre
sume, you wish to subdue' Mrs. B
blushed from ml to scarlet, but meekly
took her turqiioia oft and put it iu her
"Turning immediately to Mrs. C ,
who is stout and was tryiutf to suppress a
snicker, our teacher remarked coldly: 'May
I ask, niadnme, why you stand with your
arms lumpily against, your hips? You sim
ply increase your breadth by t ho width of
your arms. Clasp you hands thus just lie
low the point of your stays, and you will
materially reduce your nppearaneo of
"Just then, as a happy diversion, Miss
G , who, you know, is iiliout as graceful
a woman as there is in town, came surging
into tho room with a 'Hello! girls,' and her
regular little wrigylo of her Land in the
"Our apostle eyed her keenly for a mo
ment and then spoke; 'Madam, your en
trance into tho room was as graceful a
movement, as I have seen since I left Kiir
land; but I he charming effect of your frco
and easy carriage was completely marred
by that, alximinablo littlo flourish of tho
hand. Never raiso your hand above your
head if you can avoid it. But, let us revert
to other matters more physical than aes
thetic, Will you ladies pleaso sit down
and then rise again?'
"As we sank into chairs, fauteuils nml
divans and then struggled to our feet
again the spasm of pain which shot, across
onr instructress' severo features told tho
tale that we had ilono something awful
to her at. least, Her voico sounded almost
Kepnlchral as she uttered her dictum:
"'Not one no, not one of you ladies
knows how to sit down or rise aaiu.
"She approached cloe ton chair, brought
her heels close together anil sat flown gent
ly in a perfectly perpendicular line, with
out, any lurch orswaying backward against
Mir cushions. As she arose the heels wont
slightly under the chair and sho resumed
the perpendicular without, any other mo
tion than a straightening 'of tho knees.'
"We were all conscious now of having
made a terrible botch of the simple daily
processor sitting down. Some of us had
thumped down, others sprawled, and in
rising all of us had leaned forward, with a
jerk, while a majority had used l.ne hands
on the kni"t or hips as sort of levers to pry
fiOlVfi IIP STAIRS.
"Wo werp now asked to go up stairs oito
by one. Jolly little Miss N , who is
full of mischief, grablied up her skirts
doubled over forward, anil went up with a
rush. Wo all followed more slowly, sup-
Jxising wo were on precisely the right
"Again the Incisive, steely voice blighted
" 'Y'ou all bend forward humpbacked,
with ynnr shoulders rounded and your
lungs contracted. You need nir in your
lungs in climbing. Keep thcliody perfectly
erect, as iu rising from a chair. The strain
will fall on the calves of your legs and
hips, and that, is where it, belongs.' So we
all marched up again, straight-as broom
sticks, and really you know it, is ever so
much easier, und I can now go up three
flights to tho nursery wit hont ever a gasp
" 'Now, ladies, I want to sec bow you can
fall down. At the words "All fall" I want
to see you all lying on tho floor.
"There was a most absurd giggling and
wabbling and squatting and wallowing for
a moment until our teacher said: 'As I
unpposcd. Now rise, If you pleaso.'. Only
three of us could get up without help."
" 'Please watch me,' and without an ef
fort she sank gracefully on one kneo, then
Inclined over on her hip, and turning side
ways lay flnt on her back. Then reversing
the movement sho was on her feet again in
oond, We all tried this over and over
again, nnu In miuseqimnt lessons n lot of
us have cmtghtthe trick quite well. "Now
Thorn nro nliout 2,R00 counties in tho
Union, with an avorago sizo of about 1,000
Hanaro miles, but thisaverago Is enormous
ly excelled- in many Instances, and is also
frequently fallen below, lowing out tho
great unsettled counties of tho west, tho
averogo county would bo about 000 square
nines in extent.
It is said of Charles I that he sent from
prison locks of his own hair to such of tho
gentry as were favorablo to his cause, that
the ladies of their households, when em
broidering the royal portraiture in col
ored silks, might with deft needle weaving
put npon the head the genuine article.
IN THE FAR NORTH.
Ilemnrkablo Arctic Voyage of the Steam
ship Thetis Id Unknown Waters.
The next day tho Thetis overhauled eev
fral whaling vessels, one of which, tho
Jane Grey, manned her rigging and cheer
ed for tho Thetis, a compliment returned
by Uncle Sam's ship. The Thetis had res
cued the Grey in 1KSS, when tho latter had
been capsized, and the captain of tho Grey
had resolved always to honor his preserver;
o up in the Arctic, with tho pack only a
tuile away, the vessel manned her rigging
and passed the most stately of murine com
pliments. At half past 13 of Sunday, Septcmlier 8,
tho Thetis, standing westward, sighted
Herald Island, high, gloomy and forbid
dinga littlo, inaccessible rock in the mid
dle of the groat Arctic ocean. Ten years
ljffore, almost to the day, Captain Delxing
rd been caught in the ice where the Thetis
now sailed free; not a trace of ice was vis
ablo now, the high rock bore but little
snow, and the Thetis plunged along within
two miles of what, until within a few years,
had been deemed an out laying spur of a
vast Arctic continent, so seldom had it lieon
Still westward steamed the There,, and
ns gloomy Herald Island sank behind her
gloomier Wraugel Island rose U'foro her
like Herald Island, Udieved to lie an out
post of an unknown continent. The island
lifted itself up plainly; Berry's I'eak tow
ered aloft as the Thetis drew near, grander
ami more gloi any than over, in the dusk of
nn autumn day.
There were no sails in sight, and Captain
Stockton dcU'riuiueil to put about, more
than satisfied with the trip he had nm.l'v
from Hcrschel Island to Wraugel Island
wit bin thirty days! Never before hail such
a voyage been made.
Si the Thetis turned eastward ngnin,
leaving the grr-at, lonely island behind her,
and the land sank slowly back into tho
ocean whence it hail risen, mid the sun
went down and tho moon came up; and
from the land of ico tho Thetis steamed
southward, out of the frozen ocean, victor
in a hand-to-hand struggle wit h the pow
ers of the A ret ic, ami floor of deeds that no
vessel ever before her had done. Itohort
Gordon Butler iu Seribner's.
An Angel In IINgulso.
If the wives of our employers were to
lake the trouble to inquire a little closer
into the domestic lives of the men em
ployed by their husbands this world would
bo a far brighter ono for many a hard
worked woman who buries her trouble in
her heart and wipes away tho only out
ward traeoof it with her apron. I know
of nn employer whoso wife infe.rest.ifl her
self in the lives of tho people in his store so
that, she ascertained the birthdays of t heir
wives, their children and even the wedding
days. It was dono so quietly and so sweet
ly that none suspected her purpose, but
now on each festive day in thews fifty odd
families there comes some pleasant remem
brance. It is never the sumo, but always
something that H just needed In that fam
ily at that time.
Kvery six month those husbands find a
lit tle difl'ereiiee in their salary envelopes.
At Thanksgiving a splendid bird goes to
each of the houses in t he employer's name,
at, Christmas time tho hand of the wife is
visible. Now that is practical charity. God
only knows how many burdens that, one
woman has made easier, how many lives
she has made brighter. None of the wom
en whose paths this ono woman has so
pleasantly smoothed has ever seen her! To
them sho is Hke an invisible nng"l of good
ness, but many are tho silent prayers that
go up iu those fifty homes for her gentle
consideration for others. Edward W. Bok
iu Ladies' Home Journal.
Two Kinds of Walks.
Look at the methodical walk of tho ser
ried mass cf clerks and others in a position
more or lessdependent. They are slaves to
tho clock, and to the routine to which
their daily hours aro devoted. Do they not
walk oddly alike? And well they may, for
they ore alike at least iu so far as they
are integers to help forward tho routine
business work of tho world. Their very
steps seem to say: "I um one of those who
havoto be here at such and such a time,
and there at such a time. I must not do
lay. I must hie mo to my work."
It is the samo with soldiern. They, too,
aro like so many spokes in a great wheel.
In sweet contrast thero is tho self made
man. Ho may have been a clerk like
others in his younger days. If so there is
a touch of it still iu ids gait. But there is
also much more. It lias dcvcloie.d into a
strut of tho first water. He holds his head
high so that all may look at him, and if
they will follow an example may model
themselves upon him. "Behold me!" ho
seems to say; "I am what I have mafic my
self! Did you everseeanythingsoremark
ablcf" All tho Year Hound.
Attacking Ant Hills Willi Cannon.
Iu the forest of Guhina dwell some very
laryo and exceedingly ferocious black ants,
which throw up hiils fifteen and even
twenty feet in height. They will not hesi
tate to attack man, and their headquarters
nro usually given n wide berth. Tho trav
eler Maloue.t stM'aks of having witnessed
tho destruction of fine of thesn fortresses
ati-i its inhabitants iu a way that was cer
tainly extraordinary. A trench was dug
entirely around it and tilled withdry wood.
which was set tire to simultaneously at, all
points, Ihen a train of artillery was
brought to liear and the hill knocked to
pieces with tho cannon balls. The nnts,
seeking to escape, were all burned in their
attempt to cross tho fiery gutter. Inter
view in Washington St-iir.
Antl-ltust C'niil Tar.
A simple and economical way of tarring
sheet iron pipes to keep them from rusting
is us follows: The sections as made should
lie routed with coal far and then filled with
light wood shavings, anil tho latter set on
lire. It is declared that theelTect, of this
treatment will be to render the iron prac
tically proof against rust for an indefinite,
period, rendering future painting unneces
sary. It is important that the iron should
not lio mailt! too hot, or kept hot too long t
time, lest the tar should 1ms burned oir.
Hence the directions for the use of light
shavings instead of any other means of
heating. New Y,rk Journal.
Trno to Ills Coli.ru.
Gallant J,over (of tho U. S. A.W would
adorn yon, sweetheart, were It only for
Sweetheart My colors?
G. L. Yes, for the red of your lips, the
white of your brow and tho blue of your
Sweetheait (hlnshingly) Then these
shall bo t ho flag of our union. 1'itt.shnrg
Tepid wator 1b an admirsblo miotic, and
hot water, taken freely half an hour before
bedtime, Is an excellent cuthivrtlo, sure, If
persevered In, in most obstinate canes.
Hot water at meals continued for a few
months, with proper attention to diet, will
euro any curable, uaso of dynpepsla,
A learned Frenchman says tho way to
overcomo tho disagreeable crackling in a
telephone is to leave a small space under
neath tho diaphragm, which can be done
by lining the telephone boxes witli felt.
When flaby was sick, wo gave her Onstorta,
When shn was a Child, sho cried for Castorla.
When she became Miss, she cluni? to Custorla.
When she had Children, she gave them Ctutorla
The First Worsted Mill.
It is now just KM) years ago since John Sug
den crossed ever from Jlawortb and settled
at Dockroyd. That was an important period
in the commercial history of our country,
for the great discoveries of Hargreaves,
Wyatt, Arkwright aud others, followed by
Watt with his improved steam engino,
were about to effect, a complete revolution
in our industries, and about Unit time was
laid the foundation of tho trado which hod
done so much for that valley. It might lie
said that that district, had been tho very
cradle of tho mechanical spinning of wor
sted. Mr. John Siigden employed about half n
dozen hand couiliers, and used to send his
tops into t he hamlets or the farm houses of
the district, where the good wile's shuttle
could then be seen merrily Hashing through
The manufacturers at that time carried
many of their pieces to thu Halifax l'iece
hall. In the year 1 sot) a great event, took
place in that village by the founding by
John Siigden of l'rovidence mill, anil ter
ror was si ruck into the hearts of the hand
spinners, who feared they would lose their
occupation, by which women could earn
two shillings and strong gii Is one shilling
and six pence per week. Mr. Siigden be
gan with three spiniiiirjf frames of proba
bly sixty to eighty spindles each, and from
that time the linn hail steadily progressed,
interview iu Manufacturer.
1'act im.i -limtion.
When man knows in part he is eager to
know in full. He is sure to make elTort to
know. His mind works from the known
toward the unknown by varied processes.
He reasons, i le traces analogies. Ho im
agines. Ho adds surmises Iu his certain
ties. And after awhile one is puzzled to
know how much of his story is dream
stun" and how much the substance tint of
which true history is made.
But thus it has always been. Homer's
pix'ms are to such a degree the product of
his own fertile and splendid fancy, and of
the myths which he found ulloat iu the air
of the old world he lived In, that peo
ple forgot, how much reality had place in
the works of his genius. When Srhlie
lnaun liogan to unearth the facts of mar
ble, bronze and gold long buried in Groero
and Asia Minor everybody was surprised
to find so much in the Iliad and the Odys
sey that may he called history.
Sir Walter Scott lias put his own dream
power into the ancient times of which ho
wrote. Ono who reads him needs a well
schooled critic and interpreter at hand to
distinguish lietween the historical facts
and tho creations of fancy which the "Wiz
ard of tho North" has so bewitchingly
blended. Bishop Vincent in Harper's
Tho Music of the Man I'.uters.
The natives of the New Hebrides who
are still addicted to the practice of anthro
pophagy, form a curious study. Nothing
is more curious than their musical instru
nients. These consist of hollow tree trunks
contaluing apertures connected by n ver
tical slit. These trunks are ornamented at
tho upper part with sculptures represent
ing heads, feet, war clubs and ships. By
striking each of them with a stick tho na
tives produce sounds resembling those of
the tomtom. They perform their fiances
to the sonnd of these instruments, ntter
having Issiiueared their faces with red and
They have also three other musical in
struments a sort of a trumpet made of a
shell perforated at tho side or extremity; a
syrinx wit h six or seven or eight pipes,
from which they sometimes obtain har
monious sounds, and a long flute perforat
ed at the lower extremity, and consisting
of a single piece of bamboo with three boles
and a mouthpiece. These instruments nre
used only within doors to amuso children.
New York Ledger.
A Colorado Mull's Queer Superstition
Mr. Daily remarked, when the subject of
superstition was introduced In some inex
plicable manner, that ho was most forcibly
reminded of that old saw, "When the
house is finished the hearse is at the door,'
by a visit to a town not a thousand miles
from Denver, where lives a well known
public character, a man of immense wcalt h
who startled thetown by building a Iieauti-
ful anil costly stone residence. Upon the
granite feucc which surrounds tho spacious
grounds ho spent enough money to almost
build another house.
Butt he tall granite, porticos of the portals
do not overlook a beautiful bronze goto,
such as one might imagine there would bo
there. Theowner lias a gatoof rough pi no
planks, and not for architectural eifect
cither. It looks very much like a make
shift for a floor in an unfinished house,
The eccentric rich mau avers that as long
as he refrains from finishing that gate just
so long tho hearse will be kept from lioforo
his door. Chicago News.
WOKEN XmO SUFFER
pain each month, can find relief
and euro in Dr. I'lorco s
m It regulntes ond restires
tho monthly tunction,
braces up tuo cxiiaustetl
, run-down, overworked
ana ilclicate; allays ana
banishes all Nervous
Hysteria, Mts, Chorea,
or M. Vitus
Dance; cures Weak
Backache, Catarrhal Inflammation, Ulcera
tion and kindred maladies.
For those aliout to lieeome mothers, it is a
priceless lioon, for it lessens tho pain anil
IM-rils of childbirth, shortens "labor" and
he period of confinement, and promotes tho
secretion of an abundance of nourishment
for the child.
Thomas Thihi-wrm, of 7fn?itrf!iJe, Pit.,
Rflvs: "I cnenut" suthcientlv exrirem to von
my grstltirle for the benefit your 'Favorito
I'rcscrlption lias conrerred upon my dnugn
ter. of Into phe has mifTerod no pain whatever,
u isaimpiy marvelous.
EnaosstD nr THt HiawtsT Mcmcm Airmosrnrs
-untie VAII aMA Ant 9
XWE YOU "nTADDU
JLj lx inAT.Kii will cura vim. A
J fiTJ J Wworuleriul lnnn to niiiTtTrrr
m IJW VLT ' irnmi'oliU. HornT turn ill
Infltipnra. Hrnnrhtt Im
immnthttt tflxrf. A 11 M).eli'nt
Trnii'i v. mnvrnirnt tit mrr
In nnrkot. rpftrtr to tio on flint Itulli fition m' mill
Continued V.flcg JVrmnncnt fliro,
HnilcOnti'in (ni.'irnnttMHlormonfv retiinflod. Prion.
r r (i. Trial Trno nt Iniuif mf Km; tutored mull.
(jUt'i'UM. a, B, lUSUMAN, lr.,Tbn Rivera, Hicix, U.S.
M PMTHfl I '''h ,m'Ht puft'st nunMy for
w h an m in niPiiriMF, i':rr.Tnm, ih'Ii.mik
Hhoum.nid unrn, mirn, ruts. Wonderful rni
ly Itir I'll.r.N. I'r.ro.irrp (. nt DniK-Q A If
BlutK or by m nil prrnriiil. AdilrcnnnHnhove. Dpi L. II
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clear and h
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Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infanta
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a liarnilcss substitute,
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea, and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teethinff troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
" Castoria Is an excellent niediclno for chil
dren. Mothers liavo re "'a'cdly told mo of its
pood eflect upon their children."
Db. 0. C. Osnoon,
" rastnrla Is the best remedy for children of
which 1 am aciiinint. 1 hope tho day is not
far distant when mothers willconsidor the real
Interest of their children, and uso Castoria In
stead of thevarloimqiiack uostriimRwhieh aro
flestrovlns their loved ones, by forcing opimn,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurl ful
agents down their throats thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Dr. J. P. KiNomaoK,
Tho Contanr Company, TT Murray Street, New York City.
For Washing Clothes cm AN and SrfnETl
It LASTS IQNCm than other Soaps.
Price Fivn CENTS a bar.
PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT
... . .
in biooa Poison
P. P. P. pnrlllMMie blood bnlldsnp
the wonk niul flebllitatoil, Klres
strengili to woitkenud nerves, expels
iliKeiist'S, giving the pntlimt healtti and
bnpnlnuifs where sli-kneHH, gloomy
toolings nml litBaltudo lirst iiroviilleif.
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teller, f Hid hm, bolls, uryslimlits.
eczema- we nmyHsy, without, fear or
C"Ulr:i(lir-tlon,tlmt P. V. V. Is thelifiit
blood piir tier In the world, and ninkes
poMltlvo, speouy and permiiDeut curus
In all canes.
. i. imiiw ! W
Ladton whoso syst.onis nre poiMoncd
and whose hlond In in an imptiru comil
tlnn, duo to menstrual Irregularities,
are peculiarly henxtlled hy tlio wmt
doriul tonic unit tiloou cloiuiHlnir pir;)
erti.-sot I'. V. P. Prickly Ash, jko
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Hl'KlNul'lKl,'), Mo., Aug. 11th. liO.I.
t o.iii sieiik In llio highest terms of
J rour medicine from my own personal
tnowloilgo. I wa.-altccteil well heart
disease, pleurisy and rlieuniHlism tor
yr, ve-ir. whs Ireiited ly the very he.t
physicians anil spent humlreilsot did
InrM, tried every known remedy with"
out llmh.ig relief. I have only taken
ono noitlu of your P. P. P., and can
cheerfully say It his done mtwnnro
good tliaii anything 1 h.ivo over lakon.
1 csu rocomiuend your medicine Wall
BUflorersol the above discuses.
MIIS. M. M. VHARY.
Spr. jgllold, Qreen County, Mo.
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Ai'iKit uuiMu. ':"':yiix'i,?'XL'y.r;:'"r:":7-..r""i at i..eiri,.,.
ForSulobyC. M. II A KKIS, Druggist,
llcfio iiid ilui L.mu. "i"'
- B erner wi- pive s sritK-n
i'tAL Ml.lil'INL 00..
For male by JOHN H. PHELPS,
apvuee Street, Scranton, Pa.
CANNOT SEF HOW Y00 DO
IT AND PAY FREIGHT.
Ttnvi onr fl driwer wnlnot or Okk f
tJ Tl ,r(ITCd nigh Am Nl(iritnln(rm. hint
i Tliifly bnUiird, nicKcl pllfl ,'lpta lo itch!
Mtitl hfury wurk; (Tiiarntcit fr 10Tmn with
AHlvmtlie lion in n w mtirr, tvii-1 arvsainit 1,7 u
dfr Hbn((lf,Niir.Hftlliif fil und ft oninplct
net of HlrH 4tUlimnnt(Hh!pTt nf broB
MO tlHv'i Trlil. No tnoncT rrnutnd In ilvtnri
VB.OOOnow fflilM. Wo UlH fair Mdl wili(l mnchlnt anrliuci
tnenli. 11"? trm t iclory and aav dfiltr'i and agent' protita.
rnrr Cot ThUfnt and nni Ut-Anf for mMblrtf or larrt fro
I ntt rWloffu,lM1iiwnlii and (.limpatf of lh World! Fair,
OXFORD MFO. CO.iiSIWpMMCHICAGO.ILl,
" Cnstoria is so well adapted tochlMren thai
I recommend ItassujioriortoauyprcHcription
known to me."
H. A. Ancnita, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Hrooklyn, N. Y.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside pnictico with Castoria,
mid although we only havo among our
medical supplies what Is known as regular
products, yet wo aro frco to confess that the
merits of Castoria lias won us to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital and Dispensary,
At.lrn C. SMiTn, Pres.,
and Old Sores J
and Kidney Troubles
Arc cnllrrly nmorM by P.P.P.
Prickly Ash. Poke Itont and Potas
sium, the Brcate.it blood purifier on
AnFMimm. 0.. July 21, 1S01.
Mrsshs. Lici'MAN Duos., Savannah,
Git.! DkahHiks-I bought a bottle of
f our P. P. P. ut Hot Hprings.Ark., anil
t has dono me more good than three
months' treatment at the Hot HnrlafS.
' Head throo bottles t'. n. D.
JAS. M. NEWTON,
Aberdeen, llrown County, 0.
t'npt. J. U. Johnston.
To nil irhnm it may ronrern: I hern"
by testify to the wonderful properties
ol P. P. P. for eruptions of the skin. I
suffered for several years with :tn un
sightly and tllMiigrefiabli) eruption on
my face. I tried every known reme
dy but In vnln, until P. P. P. was used,
and am now entirely cureU.
(Signed by) J. D. JOHNSTON.
Nkln Cancer Cured.
TetHmony jrom the Mayor of Sequin,TcX,
Smji'iN, Tkx., January ii, lwtn.
Mkskks. Ijiei'MAN He.os.. tinvannah,
On.: tieittlrnifnl have tried your P.
P. P. for a disease of tliesklu, noisily
known a.i nkln ancor.of t lurtv yi-art'
paimling, and found great relief: It
piii'ltleatnn blood and removes nil Ir
ritation from tho seat of the dlteaso
nod prevents any spreading of tho
sores. I have taken llveor sii bottles
and fool conlldent that another course
will ellect a euro. It ha also relieved
mo from Indigestion and Htumacb
troublc-3. Yours truly.
uaci. w. in. itifc.
Attorney nt Law.
M on Bloc!! Diseases Melted u.
ALL DUUGOISTS SKLL IT.
LIPPMAW BROS. &
ThbW'itKtprlul ri-mvily fiM'
Riil.rU In r ilrr si l ni-ron. illi-
ea-ics. such as Wank Memory, Lessor Brain l'owcr,Ileailaclie,Vaketilliie.
lisl ManliiNHl, Nightly remissions. Nervousness, allflralna and loimot power
liilieiiiTiitlvetlrKiinsof either sex caii!eii hy over exertion, yonlliliil error.,
excessive use ol' toliac-co. opium or Btltnuliiiits, which lend to liitlnnll v, f im
IsuninilonorliiiaiiilT. Can he carrleti 1 11 vest pitckot. l per hoi, 41 for .,
I,... .. ..o ,...,.i tCoh n sr.iKi.airiD.. m-! i ten uiiihrn litre lo enre
Circular five. Sohl hv all ilrutnlsls. Ask for It, tfise
Miiw-miKSx&si 1 I L.L.O
fornrrvotis nrostnitlen nml allncrvousdlseascs of
int? or Lost MiuiIhioiI. iniitotencv. Nii'htlv KiiiIhmIiiiih.VihiiIiIiii l-lrrors.
cn,.,lo u fl.,l .,..., I. I I...
17 I'eim Avenue.
Will brnM vimi nnln a werk
fold with WBITTSN
Horvous Debility, l,.ofexual Power in nthniwx
" tiPifiei'iea, suco irnnnips load 1 1
J, .l.nii per i.oxnj man, ti ui.xi-s inr t. nil ,rrl
ullfltiillleo to cursor ruluuu lliu Dlbuuv. AUur'i-
Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming Avenue and
6iy, ondBT (mtnnrf , uni ny .MMi.uwciKf- 1
Pi iltiT. pronli anil lou-pagv book, illuitntfil Imp
nd Mtroumfoil, o,ir Mnsilo Rontndv will I
ooilllmlT mra. Clllll IlknKur Ctl. I kUwo, III. f
PllYoK IANS AU M KfiKONS.
DR. . KIKJAR DEAN Iish removed tofllfl
Spruce street, Hcruutou, Pa. (.Just oi
posfts court-house butiare.)
1 lt. A. J. CON NELL, Oltlce Jul Washington
XJ avenuo. corner Spruce street, over
h rancKo s drug store, liunidoiico, 72i Vino at.
CUiicu hours: lu.SitolUa. m. and to4 aud
li.au Ui J.au p. in. Sunday, ii to p. ra.
K. W. K ALLKN. Otlice cor. Lack.
wautia und Washington uvea. : over Leon
ard shim store; olbce hours, 10 to 12 a. m. and
a to 4 p. in.; evening rualdeuutt, &11H.
MtHY. Practlcn limited to l)i
cases of the Kye, Ear, Noso and Throat;
ulli, lJ NV joining avu. Uusideuca, Vlu
DK. L.M. UATKS. U'fi WasluiiBton Avenuo.
Otlice lio.us. 8 to U a.m., I. JO to U and
to S p.m. Ho iiloiK-eiJill MadiMin uvemir
It'll.N L. WKNXZ. M. U Orticot M and ')!
t'omnionwciilth buiMing: ri'sidencu 711
ladistmiive: oltico hours, 10 to IU 2 to t ? to
; t-imdiiys i! .11 to i. cvenincn nt residence. A
iectlty luiulo of liceni.-s ot the eye, ear, nosa
ml throat and gyncoologi-.
It. KAY.aiiil't-nn Avo"; 1 to ilii.ni ; cull MM.
1'ls.or WOIII..U. olistnll-ies I1M, ,lis. Ill' cllil.
i. A vim: us.
M.U KANI'k s Ijivv iind rTuiTTtloTror
lice, No. UI7 Spruce st.. oniiiiKito .'.,riMt
. nco, no. nn Mu-ucu
tlironghout l'ctuisylvaniit; reliable correspond
flits iu every county.
l';ssu K AttoT-uovs mTd-inw
lots at Law. Coniinnnweiilili IniU.iii.
I.oiir.. Ill lllllinil, 1 11.: rillleeTli.t,,, a un,. tv
W oahington avu. W. 11. .Iuksup
HoiiAcK b. Hand,
W. 11. .iKsstir, j it
U,MId,AKD Wa'kkKN Ai KNAI'l', AUr
neys and Counselors at Imw, lieniiblicaa
building, Washington ave.. Scriinton, Pa.
IlA'l'lhliWl.N it WILCOX, AUoi-m-ys iia.l
Counsellors at Law; ollicos U und H Library
building, Scrunton, l'n.
Hoswv-r.r. n. rArmnsnw.
WlM.IAM A. VVILPOX.
LKKHIMIANMr V ILLIA.M I. HANliT At-
birneys and Connsejloi-s. ConiuionwealtU
buililiiig. UoDins III, i.11 mid :;l.
K. HfiYLK, Attorney nt-Low.Nos.l'J niifl
20, Burr building, Washington avenuo.
EN KY M. SKF.LV Law otll.-os la Price
building. Ixifi Wnsliington avenue.
IKANK T. liKKLL, Attorney nt Law. Koora
1 a. Coal r.xcnango. hciitnton.
MILTON W. LliWItY, I Att'ys, '7 Washing
V. II. VON STOHCII, (ton nv., C. H. siiinro.
IAMKSW. OAKI-'Olil), Attorney at Law.
I rooms IU, CI and (lii, Coniinonwealth b'l'g.
OAMULL W. LUllAR, AtWrnoy at Law.
0 Oflico, 31 T Spruce St., Hcrnnton. l'n.
1 A. WATIMCS, Attomoy at Law,
I J. Lackawanmi nue.. Si iiinton, l'n.
P. SMITH. Counsellor nt Law. Office,
rooms r4, iVi, fsi C'oitunonwealth bniliiiug.
' li. PlTCHKlt. Attorney at Law, Coia
ninnwenlth boiluiiig, rtcranton, 1'a.
C. COMKOYS, :t!l Spruce st.
DIl. HKl'LOULi;, Attorney Loans nogo-
tinted on roalpstato security.408 Spruce.
1) F. KILL AM, Attoiuiiv-itt-Luw,
oniinir avenue, Si-j-anton.
i ai Wy
SCHOOL Ol' THE LACKAWANNA, Hcran
O ton, Pa., prepares boys and girls forcollega
or business: thorouglily trains vouug chilurea.
Catalogue at rouutut. (1; ens Scptemliur la
Rev. TnoMAR M. carm,
' WAI.TK.lt H. BllKI.L.
IISS WOHCK.STKlt'd K1NDEKQAHTK.N
I'l and School, 41i Adams avenue. PupiU
reemvea at all tiraos. JNcittorui wm opoa
KI-.N I IMTS.
Ci C. LAUIIACH, burgeon jjuntist, No, 11J
J . Wyoming uve.
It. M. STHATTON. otlleo c.,n Exehnnw
riHE KEPUBLIU Savings and Loan Asso-
X ciatiou will lo-ia you uionny on easier terms
nna pay you better on nivostmunt taan any
otner assoilation. Call on a. JN. fJALLl-.N
IKR. Dime Bank buildinc
K. CLARK & CO.. Seeilsmen. Florists
and NiirHcrymun; store 14(1 Wnsliington
avenue; green nouae,ijjj aonu juara avcuuo;
store telephone ,H.
KRANLl UNION TEA CO.. .lones Una.
AY IKK SCHEKNS.
"IOS. KUETTKL, 5i5 Lncknwanna nvonne.
ft Scranton. I'll., mantif'r of Wire Moreen.
1IOTK.I.S ANI ICKSTAl'KAKTft.
riMlE ELK CAFK, la riwUW Franklin avo-
J- nue. lliites reasonnblo.
1'. ZiKOi.r.n, Proprietor.
V V W. O. SCUENCK. Manairor.
Bixteentb street, ono block cant ot Broadway.
nt union qllne, INow lork.
American plan, S:i 50 nor day and upward.
OCUANTON HOUSE, near D L. & W. pas
kJ icngor depot. Conducted on tlie K.uropoan
lan. Vif-Tim Koch. Proprietor.
AKf IH ll.f I S.
AV18 " HOUi'AfciiTttipta. KoomaTar
25 and 3ft roninionwealth b'ld'e. Scranton.
, L. WALTLH, Architect. Ollico, rear of
J, lilkl Washimttou nvemiK.
? L. HUOWN. Arch 11. Arcliltent, Trine
I 1 ,tti Itl incr. Washington Avo.,Scrnnton.
iiis( i:i i,am:im s.
IIAUKR'S OllClllCSTHA - 11US10 FOR
Ji balls, plcnfcs, parties, receptions, wod
dines and ooncert work furnished. For terms
nt! dress It. .1. Ilatier, conductor. 117 Wyoming
ave . over Iliilbort's music storo.
ORTON a KWAHT3-WHOLEHALR
lumber, Prico buildiii?, Pcrnnton, l'n.
A I KUAIUIEE RK0THEH8, PRINTEHS'
oi stippues, envelopes, paper pairs, twine,
Warehouse, VJU V ashiuRtuii ave., iScrauton,
IUKSKrt AN1 CAKKIAOhS FOB SALE
at MM Capons nvonuo.
D. h. FOOTE, A(tont
HA. NIC 1'. liKtnVN CO., "WHOLE
salo dcalera in Woodware, Cordntfo and
ii Cloth, 7'Jtl W. Lackawanna avenue.
E. Robinson's Sons1
Kannfuctnrers of tha Celeliratel
100,000 Bbls. Pop Annum,
AT THE OLH DEPOT HOTEU
Is prepared to receive summer boarders anil
furnish riiis for tourists to surrounding towns
and summer resorts.
For purity, and for improvement of thocom
plexion, nothing equals Pozzom's Powder.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF Ii I
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
cleauiinei and I wmfort
TIIU TABLl IH WTBCI MAT 30, 1804.
Trminn 1a7m RpmntAi. ru . ......
-r Aiiautic wuy, o.w a. m.
Fur Nnu; Yi-trlr NoittnHtr - -
u.uu vciirnM p. in. Buuday, ila
Fon MAccn CnnNg, Ai,i.r.NTOWN.Br.Tiii,.
IKM. KAk'llilt Won i, "".OHIII,
man im sai i;;;;;ri,:: . -m
Sunday, U.lfi p. m.
J or l.ONO U HA HOB, OOKAK ailoV8,oto at
m (with through car) a. ra.. lirxip m? '
l;or Keading. Lobanon and Harrisbnrg. via
kllentnwn. R 'M a m to rjl nm K,,vl
VP- m. " v,m- BU"a-y.
ror i'ottsville, s.'.fia. m., 12.7) p. m.
Kpturning, li ave New York, tout of Llbortr
.10, l.JO, 4..m (oxpross with Dulles parlor carl
i. m. Hundny, 4.:l a. m.
Lcavo Philadelphia, Rending Terminal 9.M
l m., ZOO and 4 1 p. ra. Hiinday, .W a. tr.
Thmilirll tlelrula .11 r,..;..... V I T. ' .
Inav be had nn Ann hejitlon in au,.
tickot agent at tha Blatioa.
U. P. BAbDWIN,
I. H. OLHATTREN, Agent
DELAWARE AND ntJD-
Comineni ing Mnnrtay,.Iuly
,10, all trains will arrive ami
depart irom the now Lnok
awanna avenuo station as
V Traiiil will Inavo Scran
ton stution for Carbnndulo
and intermodiato ioints at
2.Zt). 5,'i. 7.011. H.2r, nd In. Ill
a.m., 12.00, 2,21), 8.55. n.15, ai", 7.'.'r, 8.10 and
For Fnrview, Woyinnrt and Ilonetdulo at
7.0(1 K.".-, ;,il Kl in .m.. 12.00.li.20 and fi.lft am.
Fr Albiuir, Saratoga, tho Adirondacksanii
Montreal nt !.4-i am. and 2,211 p.m.
ror Wilkes llarrn and intormediatn point
J' .' 4-V;im and Ift45.ni, ilto, 1,20, lii,
i.m.n.U 0.U5. li.ir,i,ndll.:mp m.
Iraum will arrive at, Scruntim Station from
S n'-,, "!"' intermediate points at 7 40.
Jf"' r1' '", 10.W am., Iiiio. 1.17, M, :J.I0,
l.iil, 5. Sri .1.4.., 11.11 and H.:i:i p.m.
j-rora Ilonosdalii. Wuyninrl and F.ti view n
D .Ha.ni.., I2.U0, 17, 9.40. 5 54 and 7.1.'. p.m.
from 1 Montreal, i-arat-.z, Albany, etc, at
4..M and 11. in p.m.
fj?In., N' "1f"S-Harre and intermcrtlato poinM
ft 2 15, ROI. 10.15 and 11 f'. a.m., 1 Hi, 2 14 3 m.
5.10, O.OS,7.2), O.IWand 11.10 p.m. '
MAY 13, 18.H.
Train loaves Scranton for rhl!alolphia an
New York via, D. & H. R R. at 7. 15 a.m.. 12.0
2.3H and ll.IW p. m. via D., L. & W. R. R., 4.00L
8.0H, 11.20 n. in., and 1.30 p. m.
Loave Scranton for Pittston and Wilks.
Barre via U.. L. & W. R. It., O.OU, b Oi 11 2J
a. ra., l.DO, .150. U.07. tf.-,n p. in.
Leave Scranton for White Haven, Ila.loton,
Pottsville and all points on the Bearer
Meadow and Fottsvilh branchew. via E W.
V.. 0 40 a.m., via D. & 1LR.U. at 7.(5 a.m.. 12.115,
2.1W, s.iOp.m., via D L. & W. R. R., 0.00, b.OD,
11.20 a.m., 1.30, arillp.m.
Lenvo Scranton for Bethlehem, Enston,
Reading, Harrisbnrg and all intormedlnta
noints via D.it H.K.B. 7.45 a.m., 12.05, 2.:ii, 11. Ji
p.n.,via U, L. & W. R. R.,0.00,8.03, 11.20 a. m.,
Loave Scranton for Tankhannoclc, Towandi,
Elmirn, Ithaca, Oenov-a and all intormodht?
points via 1). & H. R R.. 8.4,-1 Hi.tti and 11.3a
p. m.,vla D. L. & W. P.. K., 8 0S a.ra.,1 JO p. m.
Loave Scranton for Itocbettor. Buffalo, Kl
gara Falls, Detroit, Chicago and all rwlntl
westTiaD. & 11. R. R., s.45 a-ra.,12.0j,!i.lA.ll.8-l
p. ra., via D. L. & W. R. R. ond Pittston
Junction, .(W a.ru , 1J0, 8.5U p. m via E. Ss W.
U.K.. 3.41 D. m.
For Elraira and tho west via Saliminoi. vU
D. A H. K. R. M.I a.m., 12.0.'i,ti.O") p. m.. via U..
U W. K.R., ,8.06 a.m., l.W and O.II7 p. m.
Pullman parlor and glooplng or L. V. chair
cava on ail trains botwoen L. & B. Junction or
Wilkes-llarre and New York, Philadelphia,
Buffalo aDd Snsponsion Bridge.
ROLL1N H. WILBUR. (Ion. Supt.
CHAR. S. LKE. Oun. Pas.4. Ag't, Phlla.,P.
A.W.NONNEMACHER.A.ss't Quu Pais. Ag't,
South Bethlehem, pa.
DELAWARE, LACKAWANNA AND
Trains loave Scranton as follows: Kxnress
for Now York and alt points East. 1.40, li.Mt
lh, H.Uland 9.ooa. m.; IZ to anda.ad p, m. '
E i nross for Eastou. Tronton. Pbdadtilphln
and thn South, 5.1 8-00 and 9.5i (V m.; UQI
and :i.iill p. m.
waslilnvton ana way stations, a.aa p. u.
Tobybanna accouimodation, ll.lll p.m.
Expr ss for Bitdiainton, Osweiot Elmlra.
Corning, Hath. Dausvlllo, Mount Morris and
Buffalo, 12.10, 2 15 a. m. and 124 p. ru mnking
close coniiociions at BufTalo to all points in tin
Wost, Northwest and Southweat.
Bath aocoiiimodatioll. 9 a, m.
Binghauiton and way stations, 12.37 p. m.
Nicnol-,on accomniodutlon, til p, m. and
6 in p. in.
Binghamton ami Elmlra Express, 6 05 p, m.
Express for Cortland, Syracuse, Oswngoj
Utica and Riuhfldd Springs, 2.15 a. m. aud 1.2
P'l!Siaca. 2-15 and Bath. 9 a. m. and 1.24 p. m.
For Northuinberland.Pittwfcin, Willi os-llarr.
riymollth, Bloonisburg and llanvillis making
closo oouuections at Northumberland for
Willlaiusport, Harnsburg, Baltimore, Wash
higton and tho South,
Northumberland and Intermediate station
6.00, .! a in. and 1.3U and 6 07 p. m.
Nautlcoo ana intermediate stations,
and 11.311 n. m. Plymouth aud iutorinoaiata
stations, 8i0and bf:.' n. in. ,
Pullman parlor and slooplng coaehos on aU
"U&if ormatlon, pocket timetable
etc.. apply to 11. L. Smith, city ticket offlo
iBS Lttciawanuttavonuo, or depot ticket tllte.
TTtRIFi AND WYOMlNa VALLEY RAIL.
Tralns Wve Scranton for Now York andin
termedite poinU en the F;ne
in and 8.-J4 n- m. Also for Hotiewiaii ,
Hawioy and local points at 9.4,. a. n... and
3 Ail'l alve sro through trains to and
Lake Ariel at ft.10 p.m. and arrives at St ran
ton from the Lake at 20 a in. an. I 7..
Trains leave lor wukos-Barre at W a. uv
and ii.41 p. m.
SCR AMTON IHVISION.
In i:iloct June 21lh, I SO I.
Stations L, B ? ,kL
- 8 a'3 S
C3 r w .rt in
a a k o a .m ,.,i.. t-
9 fr, i W 0h I rraiiis i.;oi., r.-
t I I I nunun.T.f
Ip m lArrtve Lcavni
n. l. rraiiKiiu m.
West 42ud street
H -JOl I 1'1 -
8 io! 1 on .
r niha-wi .
7 Will 4ii'a
(l im a"i 5
II Ml 2 1 1
0 18' v'2
Oil: 2 41
II 4 8 5ll
(1 45 2 5S
7 a? is
S55 8 (fi 510
(II IW II UK' SlH
Arch I bald
7 10 II 19 5 PI
7V4l 8 Sll 6fll
7 sr: fft jih 5 a?
I : l3 4H'f5 4'i
7 ail 3 4AI 5 4S
7 40 9 51 5 51
7 43! 8 M' 5 54
7 48 8 50' 5 59
7 52 4 01 (104
7 54 4 HT 8 07
75(1, 410; 6 10
III 4 11 6 It
8C2M 17 H 1(
8 0,-ii 4 24 6 20
ii ail n i.v
rilKII; 9 l'.'l
. ITS. 0
11 IN 8
11 11 HM)
II T 8 441
11 05 8 41
II Oil 8 SO
It O'i 8. 'Ii
finr,7i 8 si
,10 &fi; g 8o!
A Ml' HP B
All trains run dally except Sunday.
I. slgnlllcs that trains stop on signal for pas.
M'cuin rates via Ontario Western before
purchasing tickets and save money. Day and
J C. Anderson, Oon. Pass. Agt.
T. Flltcrof t, Dlv. Pass, Agt. scranton, Pa.
WC CAN OIVE YOU
Come and sec us about the Job
i Work you will need soon.
The Scranton Tribune Job Dept.