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THE SCE ANTON TRIBUNE-MON DAT MORNING. SEPTEMBER 24, 1894.
FUNERAL OF JOHN C. THOMAS.
Attended by Foresters and Mambsrs of
Xanvilla Aooldsntal Fund.
Tba many friends of th lata John C.
Thomas, who died from lu jarie re
eel Ted in tbe Manville mines, gathered
at the family borne on Swetlaod street
at 2 SO o'clock yesterday, when funeral
services were held.
Services were conducted by Rev. D.
P. Jones, of the Tabernuole Congre
gational chnrch, who spoke of the
many excellent qualities of the de
ceased. The floral tributes were Tory
beautiful. Several basket boqueta were
among thn number. Continental lodge,
Ancient Order of Foresters, and the
Manville Mine Accidental Fund were
in attendaaee. Interment wan in the
Washburn Street cemetery. The pall
bearers were.from the lodge: Ebunez-r
Evans, John Edwards and John Bed
man; from tbe fond, James Lewis,
Joseph Waters and Patrick Gorman.
HE WILL RESIGN.
ZUt. D. W. Skslllnger to Laavs Shortly
for Washington, D. (X
Tbe rumor that Rev. D. W. Skell
inger, pastor of the Washburn Street
Presbyterian churo'i, is about to
resign has Riven place to fact,
and he will leave for Washing
ton, D. C, to assume charge of an in
fluential Presbyterian chnrch before
cold weather sets in. Mr. Skellinger
was seen at bis borne by a Tribune
reporter yesterday afternoon and said
that be had received a call from Wash
ington and would undoubtedly accept,
lie wonld aive no reasons for so doing.
A meeting of tbe congregation will
be held in the near fntnre to consider
the resignation. Mr. Skellinger and
bis amiable wife have been earnest
workera in tbe church, and it bas
thrived greatly under their influence.
The majority of tbe churoh members
are much grieved over this contem
LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
A foot ball eleven bas been organized
on the West side.
Miss Edith Richards, of Scranton Btreet,
is ill with typhoid fever.
The employes of tbe Monnt Pleasant
mine were paid on Saturday.
The Hyde Park Literary and Debating
society will uieot this evening.
Cbarles Wesley, of WilKes-Barre, spent
the Sabbath with friends here.
W. J. Williams of Washburn street left
on Saturday for Hew York city.
The Sir Knight of Pleasure dancing
class meets this evening in Hears' hall.
Professor W. George Powell, of North
. Lincoln avenue, continues to be very ill.
Miss Jennie Woolbangh, of Lafayette
Street, is visiting friend? In Mount Pocono.
Will C. Williams, of North Sumner ave
nue, has resumed his studies at Princeton
The Swetland street branch of tbe
Scranton Traction company is greatly
Mrs. John S. Edwards, of Plymouth, bas
retnrned home from a visit with friends
on this side.
William Bartlett, of Bangor, returned
borne on Saturday from a visit with friends
on this side.
The Botel Keepers' association will meet
this afternoon in Steller's hall on North
Miss Grace Floyd, daughter of Rev. L.
C. Floyd, D. D., has resumed ber studies
Motorman Townsend, of tbe WaBhburn
street line, has retnrned from a visit at
Rev. Thomas Bell officiated at tbe ser
vices in the Plymouth Congregational
John I. Williams, of Thirteent h street,
Das returned home from a visit with
friends in Plymouth.
Tbe Misses Smith, of Mt. Pocono, are
Visiting at the home of William Knowlton,
of North Sumner avenue,
Mr. and Mrs. Ellas, of South Lincoln
avenne, attended the funeral of a cousin
in Catasauqua on Saturday.
Philip Rinsland, of North Main avenue,
bas gone out of the botel business and will
open a barber shop on this side.
Misses Kate and Annie Roberts, of New
York, are guests at the home of Dr. j. j
Koberts, of Snnth Main avenue.
George Evans of West Virginia bas re
turned to bis borne after a visit with
parents on North Summer avenue.
Miss Gertie Woolbangh, or Lafayette
street, bas returned home from a sis
weeks' visit with friends at Mount Pocono.
Miss Pauline Pitcher, daughter of At
torney C. R. Pitcher, of Price street, bas
gone to Welisley college for a course of
A song rervice was conducted in the
Bellevue Welsh Calviuistio Methodist
ctiurtb last evening under the direction of
Professor Daniel Protheroe.
A second opening from the Hyde Park
to tbe Central mine was completed on Sat
urday through the dark veiu. This gives
the minersan additional means of escape in
case of danger-
Tbe course of university extension lec
tures to be given under the auspices of the
Hyde Park Literary and Debating society
will begin on Oct. 8. Foor lectures will be
given. Two on Milton's "Paradise Lost,"
and two on Goldsmith.
Mrs. Ella Scott, of Pleasant Valley, died
on Saturday evening while on a visit at
the borne of Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, of
North Filmore avenue. She was well
known here, Tbe funeral will occur from
Mr. Miller's borne today. Interment ac
The members of the Cymrodorlon Choral
of my strength is perfect diges
tion. I use the genuine Johann
Hoff's Malt Extract, and find
that it greatly aids me in the
proper assimilation of food."
. signed Eugene Sandow.
, Beware of imitations. The
genuine has the signature of
on neck label.
Eisner & Mendelson Co., Solo
, Agents, New York.
society met at Smith's botel on North
Main avenue on Saturday evening and de
cided to tender a reception to tbeir leader.
Professor Daniel Protheroe, who will
leave shortly for Wisconsin, where be will
reside in the future
Forty boors' devotion began in St. Pat
rick's church yesterday morning. At 10:30
o'clock a high .mass was celebrated by Rev.
J. B. Whelan. Rev. Father Dunne was
deacon and Rev. Father McNally sub
deacon. This evening Rev. Father Dnnne
will preach and tomorrow evening Rev.
J. M. Hmouther, of Olyphant.
Tbe Ladies' choir, under the direction of
Mrs, D. B. Tbomnn, which won th $100
prize at the Laurel Hill park eisteddfod,
has reorganized. .The officers are: Prebi
dent,Mrs. Randolph Jones; vice president,
MrB. John Courier Morris; secretary, Mrs.
Daniol Protheroe: treasurer, Mrs. Eleazer
Evans; organist. Miss Norma Williams.
The Welsh Philosophical society held an
interesting meeting on Saturday evening.
James A. Evans presided. An interesting
talk was given by Henry P. Davies, of
Eynon street, on his travels in Utah, Colo
rado and at Yellowstone Park. A iiarty
of singers under the direction of Professor
William W. Evans rendered several ninsic
On Satnrday morning Mrs. Mary Will
iams, an aged woman, died at the Hillside
home. She was 84 years of age and is sur
vived by a son, Richard Davis, whose
whereabouts are at present nnknown, and
a daughter, Mrs. William Jackson, of
Philadelphia. Her remains were conveyed
by Undertaker Will Price to the home of
her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Margaret Will
iams, at 1101 Eynon street, from whence
tbe funeral will occur ,this afternoon. On
Wednesdny last Mrs. Margaret Williams,
tbe daughter-in-law of the deceased
woman, buried ber mother. ,
ALMOST A FRATRICIDE.
John Shsthan Slashed With a Knife By
John and James Sheehnn, two
brothers and tbeir wives, quaffed too
freely from the flowing tin Bail yester
day and while the entire party were
engaged in a fight yesterday afUmoon
at James' bouse on River street between
Pittston and Prospict avenues, James
slashed bis brother with a razor and
was locked np by the police.
James, while lying asleep on a bed was
relieved of hii money by bis wife. H
attempted to beat ber when he awak
ened, and John was slashed twice on
th9 bead and onoe over the eye for at
tempting to interfere. Neighbors sep
arated them and Jumes was arrested,
no tn are miners.
PATRICK BUTLER'S FALL.
He Dropped from a High Poroh to the
Ground and Is Seriously Injured.
Patrick Butler, of Prospeot avenue,
living in Alderman C. C. Donovan's
double bonse, fell from tbe poroh yes
terday afternoon at 4 o'clock and was
so seriously injured that op to a late
hour last night he had not returned to
consciousness. He struck head fore
most on a pile of broken building
stone; a deep gash was cut in tbe
back of bis head and It is feared that he
cannot recover. Dr. Haggerty was
sent for, bnt he was not able to do any?
thing for the injured man other than
bandage the wound and stop tbe flow
When Butler was falling be grasped
at the dress of his little sister, Annie,
and dragged ber down with bim. Her
injuries were not so serious. She suf
fered a broken arm and a fractured
ENTERTAINMENT THIS EVENING.
Pleasant Programme Has Been Prepared
By tbe Secretary.
Thfl fnllnwinir ta tha ntvammA
.1. .Ml? tUtaiUUlD
of the muslcaletobegiven at tbe South
Side Yonng Women's Christian asso
ciation this evening to which all young
women are coroiany invited:
Instrumental duet. '
Misses Mayers and Meyers
Vocal solo. 1Uiu nlivu
Duet Misses Carlyon and Wirth
Instrumental solo Miss Thompson
Reading Miss Mnrsch
Trln MiaBM Parlvnn Vraha anA U.lm
Misses Thompson and Frantz
Bolo Miss Titleburg
SOUTH SIDE JOTTINGS.
Mrs. William Stern, of Cedar avenua, is
visiting in Wilkos-Barre.
Thomas Epruks, of Providence avenue,
will leave this afternoon for a visit to
Jobn MrGratb, of South Washington
avenne, will leave today for Philadelphia
to resume his medical studies.
At tbe Hickory Street Presbyterian
church last evening, the pastor, Rev.
August Lange, preacued an eloquent and
John P. Donahoe. of Stone avenne. will
leave tomorrow night for New York, where
lie win oegln a course ol stucy in the col
lege of pharmacy.
The fair of tbe Prospect Avenue German
Baptist church next month will be sure to
attract large crowds and a good revenue
is expected from it for the exchequer.
The funeral of John Barrett, of the
Twentieth ward, took place yesterday af
ternoon. It was a large gathering, Mr.
Barrett having been one of the most re
spected residents of the community.
The funeral of Mrs. John Fitzbenry.of Ml
nooka, will take place this morning at 9
o'clock. A high mass of requiem will be
celebrated at St. Joseph's church. Inter
ment will be made in Miuooka cemetery.
UNION SERVICE AT GREEN RIDGF.
Held at tbe Presbyterian Church and
Tbat tha general interest in tbe
Moody meetings la not dormant among
church members was attested yesterday
morning by the union meeting of
Green Ridge churches at the Green
Ridge Presbyterian chnrch to bear
Evangelist Sohievera, one of Mr.
Moody's corps of workers. ' The con
gregations and ministers preseut wers:
Green Ridge Baptist. Rev. W. J. Ford ;
Zion Evangelioal, Rev. G. L. Maioe,
Asbory Methodist Episcopal, Rev. A,
F. Cbaffee; First Primitive Metho
dist, Rev. D. Savage; Green Ridge
Presbyterian, Rev. N. Fi 8tnhl.
At 11.80 when Rev. G. L. Maioe
made the invocation the edifies was
well filled. Rev. Savage read from the
Scriptures and prayer was offered by
Rev. A. F. Chaffse.
Mr. Srhievera's sermon defined the con
ditions requisite to revival work, and
bis effort, which was apparently made
to create enthusiasm in Mr. Moody's
campaign evidently succeeded. Ha
chose bis text from Chronicles, 2, 7-11,
containing an excerpt of God's answer
to Solomon's prayer. The speaker
tersely cited who are the people of
God, described how they are to
humble themselves, and defined tbe
characteristics of true prayer. He con
tended tbat only frank and open meth
ods should be employed in seeking tbe
face of God. It sin is forsaken the
answer will be forgiveness of sin and a
revival of God's work.
' The discourse was directed, particu
larly, to chnrch members, and was at
happily received as it was rendered.
SERVICE IN THE TENT.
Riv. Mr. Bliss Dtlivtrs a Bsrmon to a
Fully 2,000 persons wsre gathered in
the teut last evening and abont 600
more on the outside. Owing to the
heavy showers which p used over tbe
plaoejustas it was time for the ser
mon to begin, the praise service was
continued tor anothr half hour, dar
ing which tbe choir sang the anthem
"Abide in the Lord," in which Mrs.
Iieaton T. Jayue sang the aria. Mrs.
Jnyne nftorwurds sang "I Shall 11a
Mr. Biiss read a portion from the 22J
chapter of the gospel according to St.
Matthew, after which he asked tbe
congregation tbe three questions:
"What think ye of Jesus?'' -What
shall I do with Jesus?" "How shall
we escnpe if we negleot to great a sal
vation?" The only escape for a person is to
believe on Christ and have Him to in
tercede in his behalf on tbe judgment
day. About GOO people stayed in the
tent for the after-meeting, during
which a large nnmber of short prayers
and testimonies were offered. A large
number of people accepted the invita
tion to accept Christ as their Savior.
A meeting will be held at tho tent
again tomorrow evening, nt which
time Mies Verna Mitchell will render
a solo. Tbe members of tbe choir are
requested to be pressnt at 7 o'oloek
for rehearsals. The following persons
have promised to be present and take
part during the week: Mrs. J. T.
Jayne, Misses Lydia Sailer, Phebe
Smith, Verna Mitchell, Messrs. E. R.
Griffiths, D. C. Richards, H. 1L James,
the Yuung Men's Christian Assoeiation
quartette and the Young Men's Chris
tian Association Glee club.
NORTH END BRIEFS.
Landlord Smith, of the Seward house,
bus been entertaining bis mother for the
Miss Nellie Chariesworth, of Marion
street, spent yesterday with friends at
Mrs. Delton Shelley, of Brooklyn, who
has been spending the summer witb friends
in Green nidge, bas returned home.
Mrs. M. A. Nolan and family, of Chi
cago, 111., who have been visitlns Hon. W.
J. Lewis for the last month have returned
Mrs. Jobn Rooney, of West Market
street, notice of whose Illness was given in
last Saturday's paper, died early Saturday
A meeting of the North End Choral
uuion will be held in Archbald's hall on
Wayne avenue next Wednesday evening,
at which time the choir will be completely
reorganized for the purpose of singing
orative iu the near future.
The funeral services of Mrs. Benjamin
Jonkius was held yesterday afternoon at
tbe residence on Putnam street. It was
conducted by Rev. D. A. Evans and was
very largely attended. Iuterment was
mado in Forest Hill cemetery.
The tent was completely filled yesterday
afternoon when Mr. Bliss preached an ex
cellent sermon from the text found in the
lust clause of tbe twelfth verse of the
fourth chapter of the Prophecy of Amos,
"Preparo to meet thy God." The service
opened with a half hour praise service,
during which tbe choir sang "On Calvary's
Brow," the air being given by Mrs. H.
Ledsham, of Dickson City. Revs. M. D.
Fuller and D. M. Kintnsr offered prayer.
Mr. Bliss said the words of the text were
uttered in a time when .the children of
Israel had forgotten all about God, and the
only way that He could bring them to re
membrance of Him and save them from
destruction was by bringing sorrow and
trouble unto them. He is crying now,
"Prepnre ye to meet your God," and every,
body must meet Him, for He bas ordained
a day when we will bs judged before
Christ. While the choir was singing some
hymns be requested all who wanted to be
prepared to meet God to rise, which a
large nu rubor did.
Miss Grace Stanton is visiting relatives
at this place.
George Alger spent Sunday at bis home
iu Clark's Summit.
Nelson Easterline is visiting bis son,
Frank, at Jersey Citb.
Mrs. F. A. Dony is visiting herdaughter,
Mrs. Jacob Easterline. -
Leonard Erhardt spent Saturday In
Archbald on business.
H. Gray Aiken, of Philadelphia, was a
visitor here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bogurt and son, Frank, are
visiting at New York otty.
Miss Kelly, of Germantown, Pa.,is visit
ing Mrs. W, T. Messenger.
Thomas Lennon is building a new dwell
ing bouse on Blakely street.
Albert Mowery is building a new dwell
ing bouse on Blakely street. .
Miss Clara Horan has returned from a
visit to the White mountains.
John Dispel, of Norwich, N. Y., was a
visitor at this place Saturday.
Russell Janes and Dalny Jones, of Car
bondale are visiting friends in town.
Dr. and Mrs. Skull, of Stroudsburg,
were visitors at this place last week.
Mrs. M. Chamberlain is visiting her sis
ter. Mrs. Buckalew, at White Haven.
D. J. Smith is spending a few davs at
Buffalo visiting bis son, Spencer Smith.
Miss Hattie Gilmore, of Buffalo, is visit
ing Miss JesBie Swartz, ou Electric avenue.
Mrs. Cathorine Garvey, of Williamsport,
Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. P,J. Horan.
Mrs. J. H. Warg and sons, Thomas and
Charles, is visiting Manch Chunk friends.
Mrs. G. W. B. Allen, who has been very
111 with muscular rheumatism, Is improv
ing. Mr. and Mrs. John Doney, of Kingston,
is visiting W. L. Purcell, on Drinker
Quarterly meeting services will be held
in tbe Methodist church next Sunday
Patrick and Thomas Walsh, of Moosio
mountain, are visiting their parents on
Mr. and Mrs. John Aiken and family, of
Martin's Creek, made a short stay at this
place last week.
Mrs. Lee Smith, of the Dunmore hotel,
who bas been ill a long time, is improving
and is able to be out.
The funeral of Mrs. John J. Murphy, of
Drinker street, will be held at St. Mary's
church today at 10 o'clock.
Fred Wllklns, of Blakely street, will
leave town today for liooolten, N. J
where he will learn the brewing business.
Miss Lottie Ripply, of North park, has
returned home trora Elmira, wuere she
spent tbe summer months visiting friends.
News itemB left at G. W. B. Allen's
store will receive prompt attention. We
want every item of news in tbe borongh.
Thomas Warner and family, who form
erly lived at this place, but lately have
been located in Connecticut, bave re
turned. Albert Wert, of Newark, N. J., who has
been spending a few days, visiting bis pa
rents on Blakely street, returned home
Thomas Fadden, who drives for Schrod
er's bottling woras, had the misfortune
Saturday, while getting off his wagon, to
sprain his ankle.
Among those who will leave today to
trke a medical course at the University
of Pennsylvania are Louis Christ and
Miss Maggie O'Hara and Miss Lizzie
Stewert will open a dressmaking estab-
Wanes of all kinds cost that much, when
paid for, in advance. When a booh ao
count it made, no charge will be leu than
IS cents. 1'hia rule applies to all small
want eds, except Situation! Wanted, which
ar inserted FUKE.
DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE WANTED
for established National Savings aitd
Loan association having newest and most at
tractive features. Liberal contract to right
man. Q T., Tribune office.
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or commission. No experience. New
tariff bill gives unlimited profits. Active men
npuly quickly, stating sa'ary and territory
wanted. MANUFACTURERS, Box 53U8, Bos
ton. WANTED-LADY OR GENTLEMAN IN
each county as general agent for latest
fastest soiling article. Neoded iu every home.
Band 25 cents for fmraplu. Territory given.
LARSfclN, 23 East Fourteenth St., New York
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE TO
sell the latest aluininnm novelties, enor
mous nrofits, Bell at sight, delivered free, so
cure territory. Sample in velvet lined case
with full information, lite. Catalogue frea.
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IOR SALE A FOLDING BED. IN PER
foct order and used but very little; con
tains a mirror and linen chost; manufactured
by A. H. Andrews & Co., Chicago. Address
"Folding Bed," Tribune.
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Horsea at Auction.
day. Kept. 28, at I o'clock, sound, yoang,
well-broken work hm-srs. W. B. MOORE.
yoR UENT-ONE-UALF STORE. 150
I Pennavenuo. S'M tier month.
FOR REN T N ICE LY-FU R . 18H ED HALL
suitable for lodiro rooms. JOHN JER
MYN, 119 Wyoming avonue.
SMALL FARM WE HAVE NAMES OF
twenty persons who want to buy small
farms. Send full particulars. Make prico
low. R. ERNEST COMEOYS, Prico building.
rpo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: THIS IS
-1 to notify all parsons interested that Mr.
I'd ward Freeman Is not authorized to collect
any money for us on any account whatever.
Vu will not recognize uny receipts given by
by bim in bis or our name. All payment
niustbemude to usor our attorneys. Wataun
& Diohl, Commonwealth Building, Scranton,
l'a. 11. KOE11LER & CO.,
New York City.
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and August dividend 30 Dor cout. Last
week's dividend 8 per cent. Increase your
earnings. You can withdraw your money
any time. We expect to pay a larue dividend
this month. For particulars address (J. G.
Mather & Co., Modiiiah building, Chicago.
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MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 144,
corner Spruce stroet and Franklin ave
nne. Twenty meal tickets for $3.5U Good
lisbment in tbe Frust building, over tbe
Dunmore cash store.
This winter Miss Helen Merrimsn will
take a course at Vassar college aud ber
brother, George, will enter the Medical
ollege at Albany, N. Y.
Tbe Morning Glories, of Dunmore played
with the Brown, jr., club, of Olyphant,
Saturday afternoon. The Morning Glories
won by a score of 5 to 10.
Mrs. Albert Cour and child, of Tbroop
street, who have been very ill with ty
phoid fever for several weeks, are now
considered out of danger.
Druggist Ludwig und son and William
Hupert and sons bad a very successful
hunting trip to Newton last week and
bagged the largest lot of game of the sea
son. H. E. Spencer's new double bouse on
Webster avenue is nearly completed and
will soon be ready for tenants. It is one
of the finest buildings in tbat part of tbe
E. M. Downing, a former resident of
this town, circulated among Dunmore and
Soranton friends last Friday. Mr. Down
ing is a traveling salesman and resides at
Tbe latest report Is tbat the Spencer
Coal company will work full time here
after. If true this will be good news to
tbe employes wbo bave been working one
day a week.
H. L. Crippen, onr new harness maker,
works early and late and is making busi
ness ham. Mr. Crippen finds bis room too
small and will soon have to look for a
larger store room.
Fred Fritz, Orlander Ives and father
spent several days visiting at Madisonville
last week. Before leaving for home they
spent a day Ashing at Harford pond, and
came boms loaded with fish.
Samuel Chain berlin of the TJuited States
Army and stationed at Fort Myers, Wash
ington, D, C, is in town on a five days'
furlough. Mr. Chamberlin expects to be
transferred to Montana next mouth.
The Epwortb league will hold an enter
tainment and social in tbe lecture room of
the Methodist Episcopal church Wednes
day evening. Everybody welcome. Re
freshments will bs served at the close of
Fred Dreyer, a former Dunmore bov,
who has been living in Chicego for the
last two years is home spending sometime
with relatives before going to China as a
missionary. Mr. Dreyer is a graduate of
tbe Moody Training school in Chicago.
The Young Men's Christian assoeiation
bave removed all the fixtures belonging to
the Dunmore department from the Odd
Fellows' building and stored them in their
rooms in Scranton. The association istill
hopes to reorganize in Dunmore at some
Martin Gibbons is going out of tbe hotel
business. He ha sold his hotel on Drinker
street to bis brother John, who will con
tinue the business. Martin is building a
new dwelling, which be expects soon to
occupy. He will again take np bis old
business as a building contractor.
Much credit is due the school board of
this borough for tbe vast Improvements
in educational facilltes that they have in
augnrated during the past few years. The
latest evidence of their advancement in
this direction is tbe remodelling of tbe
Grove street sobool building. Builders are
now rapidly pushing tbe work forward
and when finished it will compare favor
ably with the other flue structures that
Dnnmoreans are so justly proud of. When
completed two more teachers will be
added to the force, they being Miss Sweeney
and Miss Mo 11 ale. .
The Success which Hood's Sarsaparilla
has had in freeing old and yonng from af
flictions caused by impure blood is "really
remarkable. . .,...,
Boon's Pills are purely vegetable and
do not purge, pain or gripe. Sold by all
druggists, i .
Musio Bozas Exclusively.
Best mads. Play any desired number of
tunee. Gautscbi & Sons., : manufacturers,
10SO Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won.
(Jarful orrhestrial organs, only $5 and $10.
Specialty! Old mualo boxes carefully re
paired and improved with new tunes.
JUST TWO YEAR3 ago we flung
onr banner to tbe breeze and floated
into tbe stream of tuiiness Ws
were confident of suocess from the
start and our confidence led ns to ex
pect great results. We went In to
win. Our friends were witb tin, as
they are still with thousands of new
ones added. Our aim bai been to con
duct a business establishment upon a
fair and bonorable basis to make our
customers' interests our own, to deal
with all alike on a strictly one-prioe
system, and tbat always the very low
est possible price; to keep only tbe
most reliable makes of gools, that we
might appeal to yon on their merits.
Have we succeeded?
NO BETTER B
. Is anywhere made than 13 manufactured right here
in Scranton by the
to 1 d 2 Commonwealth i'g,
Hade at tbe MOOSIO and EU8U
LafQin & Band Powder Co. 'a
ORANGE GUN POWDEB
Electrio Batteries, Fus for explor
ing blasts, Safety Fuse and
AepannoChemical Co. 'a High Explosive)
A. W. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREE1
BIOYOLK8 AND SPORTING
'fMort Oandron, Eclipse, LoveU. D lam ant
and Other Wheels.
Cbal of tbe teat quality for domestlo nsaan4
f all sUes, delivered in any part ot toe dtj
at lowest price.
Order left at my offloe,
VO. H8, WYOMING AVENUE,
Hear room, first floor. Third National Bank,
or sent by mall or telephone to the mine, will
Teoatve prompt attention.
BMclal eonlracta will be made for tbe salt
aM delivery ot Buckwheat Coal
WM. T. SMITH.
to do house cleaning or unices, orwaahinff
by the day. Address J. C, 8U0 Twentieth
RESPECTABLE WOMAN WOULD LIKE
a place with rhild 10 years old as house
keeper, no objoctlona to children. Can (five
best of returence, Mrs. Deal, ffiS Pcnn avenuo.
AN ACl'lVli RE llfcLK MAN, WITH
good references, ot middle ave wishes
employment. Quick and corroct in figures,
live yearn experience aa single entry book
keeper and dork. Will work for any wages
that will payboard. Addresi W. & Tribune
WANTED BY A YOU NO MAN OF GOOD
references, position of any kind,
driver or hotel work preferred. E. M 302
ITUATION WANTED BY A BOY 18
years oiu. Address 43) Oswell court.
SITUATION WANTED FOR WASHING,
ironing or icrubbiuR or any kind of work
by the day. Call or address L. B. 334 North
umner avenue, city.
BOY WANTED-APPLY TO THE TRIB
E'B Honesdale offloe. PAUL GARD
NER, BARKEEPER A STEADY, SOBER AND
Industrious young man would like to se
cure a position; understands his busiuosH and
Is a good, quick mixer; would like a position
in city or country and can furnish good refer
ences from last employer. Address, Bar
keeper, 6U0 Lackawanna ave Scranton.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
celvedat the office of tbeclty clerk. Scran
ton Pa., until 7.311 p.m., Thursday, October
4tb, 1HU4, to construct a main sewer In the
fourteenth Sewer district of sold city: also to
construct the neoesaary basitiB, manholes,
lainpholrs and fixtures for aald sewer. All of
said work to be done in accordance with plan
specification therefor, fllod In the olllce of
!.-.Clerk" The um of flT0 hundred dollars,
(SoOO) cash or certified check shall be enclosed
with each proposal for said work. Enclosures
or unsuccessful bidders will be returned upon
the award of contraot for the work. Ths suc
cessful bidder shall execute a contract for the
work within ton days from day cf award
thereof, otherwise the enclosure of ttiOO shall
be forfeited to the use of the city of Soranton.
The city reserves the right to reject any and aU
blda By order of city councils.
M. T. LAVELLE,
l . . City Clerk.
Scranton, Pa., Sept. 19, 1894.
For purity, and for improvement of the com
plexlon, nothing equals Pouoni's Powder.
HERE ARE A FEW FACTS
DM YOUR OWH HCUJilQNS,
Stock twice ns largo as when we opened.
Business Increased 100 per ceut.
An addition of 1,600 square feet of floor
Enlarged and better facilities In every
BUMS'"0' ",Mp,opl8 n creased from
Several departments added.
Among them our new Cloak Parlor
handsomely furnished nod snuerbW
CHEAPEST IRON BEDS IN
ESTABLISHED '1806. 26,000- IN VBE,
Instrument itv every sense, of -the -term as
Exceptional in holding tbeir original f nine t
NEW YORK WAREHOUSE, No. SO Fifth
1 15 Adams Ave. New Telephone Bdg
We LiDD Allen & Go.
Bay and sell S'ocks,Bonds-and Grain
on New York Exchanges and Chisago
Board of Trade,, either for cash or' on
412 Spruce Street.
Local Stock a Specialty.
& M D1HICK, Maiuger,
Malonef Oil and
HI TO 151 MERIDIAN ST.
A Great Cut on
HULL & C0.'$
A Solid OakTable,i;witlutop
16 inches square, 50o.
24 inches - square, , . . . 1
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CQ
ECBAOTON AND WILKE3-BABBE. PA. UANUPACTCREB8 Of
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
! STELLE & SEELEY!
134 WVOMING AVENUE, .
THE BEST I
for the fatars is tbe pst During the more than forty years of IU B
eilstenos orer 63,000 people hays pares ssd and played and praised g
1 1tie Emerson Piano.
Tbsra are sme plsooa that will ooat rou more than the Emerson S
will. Ifyoaanjoy pay to htu prices jast for thssafce of paying g
tbem. probably yoa wiU bay one of tbsas. Bat ns matter what yoa g
pay yeu'll not rt a batter piano, nor a baadsomtr, nor ona mora g
durable. It ia Impossible to imprors on tha bast. 5
SEASONABLE PEICE-CAiH-lNSTALLMENTS-REIfT, D
Evidence good enough?" Yes, "we bear
you say, "the boys bave done well."
We expect to do better.
Every day must bring an Increase in
onr business. We realiz) that to ac- '
compllsh this we must give it oar un
divided attention. Oar endeavors will
be to please our customers, to satisfy
their wants with the best olasies of
merchandise obtainable and at prices
ns low and, in many oases, lower than
any otber boust in onr city. Tbe ra
tolti are even greater than onr expec
tations and we heartily thank onr
friends for tbeir subitantial support
in the past and hope tbat our methods
and efforts will merit a continuance of
Opp. Court House.
Iho Philadelphia Bpecialist.anI his associated
stall of FoKlixh and Herman pnysicla a,
are now permanently located at
Old Post OOloe Itiil'illni;, Corner Fcnni
avenue and Spruce street
The doctor is a graduate of the university of
Pennivania,f riuerly demonstrator of physi
olniry and surgery ut the Medico-( hirurglcal
onllege of Philadelphia. His specialties urn
Chronic. Nervous, bkin, Heart, Womb and
Mix d disoases.
DISEASES OF THE liEHVOUS SYSTEM
The symptoms of which dizziness, lack ot
confidence, sexual weakness in men and wo
man, ball rising In tbe throat, spots floating
before the eyes, lues ot memory, unable to con.
ceutrate the mind on one subject, easily
startled when suddenly spoken to, and dull,
distressed mind, which unfits them for per
forming tho actual duties of life, making hap
pinoss impossible, distressing the acti n of
tho heart, causing flush of heat, depression of
spirits, evil foreliodings, cowardice, fear,
dreams, melancholy, tiro easy of company,
feeling s tired in the morning as when retir
ing, lack of energy, nervousness, trembling,
confusion of thougnt. depression, constip tion.
weakness of the limbs, etc. Those so affected
should consult us immediately and be restor
ed to perfect health .
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
Weakness of Youug Men Cured.
If you have been given np by your physician
call upon the doctor and be examined. Ho
cures tha worst cases of Nervous Debility.
Merufnla, Old Sores. Catarrh, Piles, Female
Weakness, Affections of the Eye, Ear, Nose,
and Throat, Asthma, Deafness, Tumors, Can
cers and Cripples of every description.
Consultations free and strictly sacred and
confidential. Office hours daily from 9 a. in.
to V p.m. Sunday 9 to i. .
Enclose five iceut stamps for symptom
blanks and my book called "New Life."
1 will pay one thousand dollars In gold to
anvone whom I cannot cure of EPILEPTIC
CONVULSIONS or FITS.
DR. E. GREWER,
Old Post Office Building, corner Penn ave
nno nnd Spruce streot.
General Office, SCRANTON. PA
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