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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1894.
DlSCUUliSK ON MILTON.
Large Number Attsndtd the First Lao
ture of University Coarse.
The first of a aeries of university ex
tension lectures given under the aus
pices of the Hyde Park Literary mil
Debating society was held last evening
in the Welsh Culvinistlo Methodist
chtireb. The 'lecturer whs Colonel
Homer B. Spnigue, Ph. D., formerly
professor in Cornoll university and
president of tbe State University of
North Dakota. Last evening dis
course was on "John Milton."
The speaker was introduced by Jobn
R, Edwards. After a few explanatory
remarks Dr, Sprague said: .
Milton was charming and was one of tbe
greatest men of the ago, although we can
not all agree with his views. Two centu
ries have passed since he was lnid to rst,
but his name is immortal. He was pro
roundest of scholars and snhllmest of
poets. He had many contemporaries, such
us Shakespeare aud Johnson. At that time
religious views were very peculinr, and it
menut something to dissent from a church.
He was one of the most adroit scholars
of the age. In his poems we got a glimpse
of almost every language. There is no
evidence that he feared anything under
Ooil. He was passionately fond of musiic,
a good singer and a skillful organist.
When once accused he said: "I never once
deviated from the pat lis of honor and
virluo, but if this has pained the observa
tion of man, it could not miss the eye of
GodI" Ho came down from the suulime
hi ights to which he soured and wielded
the sword in defence of his country. After
Milton had served tliecauseof liboity.ue re
turned and began to write. He opened a
pi irate school as a teacher, borne thought
this a disgrace to such a man. liut
Michael Augelo and Raphael could carve
the images of man, aud why was it dis
graceful for even Milton to carve in the
young minds the imago of Oud ? Roger
Williams at that time advocated free re
ligions views, and suffered fur It. lie was
the lirst man to incorporate that principle.
The name of Roger Williams will shine as
a beacon, and let no laurel be plucked from
his immortal name. Home say, "Tolera
tion is tbe grand wlli of tbe devil," and if
every religions sceptic is allowed to preach
bis follies, there can be no rrligiou. No
man has a right to interfere between mau
and his maker, and this was tbe very
thought which entered young Milton's
LITTLE WEST SlOt NEWS NOTES.
MissMame Cadden, of Scrantoa street,
James Orr, of Pittston. Is visiting for a
short time on this side.
Miss Dertha Jenkins, of South Hyde
Tark avenue, is visiting friends in Colum
T. O. Thomas, of Lafayette street, has
returned home from a visit with bis
brother at Pittston.
The Bible society of the Welsh Calvin
istio Methodist church, will hold an eis
teddfod on New Year's Day.
The condition of the cave-in in tbe
Fifteenth ward remalus abont tbe same,
there being no new development.
Tbe fourth annual ball of Council 407,
Junior Order of United American Me
chanics, will be held in Mears Hall on
Wednesday, Oct. 24.
The We9t side Board of .Trade will meet
in regular session this evening nt 8 o'clock
in St, Davids Hotel, on North Main Ave
nue. Many important matters will be
A very large number attended the en
tertainment and social giv.u last evening
by the young ladies of the Tabernacle
Congregational church, Howell Reese pre
sided. Bolos were rendered by . Hugh
Jones, Miss Fannie Jones, Mrs. Thomas
Lewis, Evan Evan9, Morgan Hopkins.
Those who gave recitations were Misses
Portio Jones, Louise Jenkins and Mrs.
Cullen. A duet was rendered by Messrs.
Jones and Phillips. After the affair re
feshments were served.
The monthly conference of Welsh min
isters was held at 8 o'clock yesterday
afternoon in the First Welsh Congregation
al chureh. Rev. R. Sirhowy Jones, D. D.,
of Providence, presided. Rev. T. C. Ed
wards, of Kingston, officiated as secretary.
A paper on 'Unserving the Sabbath" was
read by Mr. Edwards, and Rev. Theopbilus
Davies, of Minersville read the sketch of
one of bis sermons. Rev. Mr. George, of
Pittston, gave an explanation ot the
Scriptures. It was announced that tbe
next meeting of the society would be held
nt, Pittston, four weeks from yesterday.
Criticisms on the papers read yesterday
were made by Revs. David Jones. Theo-
hilus Davies, Jenkins of Parson, and B. 1.
Mrs. W. II. Simpson and children, of
Blakely, U visiting relative in this end.
A. H. Kuicht, of Main avenne. left yes
terday on a business trip to Philadelphia.
The Junior band of Loyal legion will
meet in tbe league rooms tonight at Ureou
Charles Constantine, of Main avenue, is
A STUDY OF FACES,
no matter where you go, will
show you how. many, many peo
ple ought to bo taking Carlsbad
There's the thin, peaked face
that tells of perverted nutrition.
There' a the fat, puffy f;lCe of
flatulent obesity. There's the
otherwise pretty face that's marr
ed by skin disorders and erup
tions; the yellow, haggard face of
sufferers frbm stomach and liver
aud kidney troubles.
All these people need the Carls
bad Sprudel Salt. It goes to the
root of the whole matter. It puri
fies the blood, dissolves obstruc
tions, clears the system, and
cures permanently, in a natural
way, every derangement of the
stomach, bowels, liver and kid
neys. Beware of the many imita
tions sold as "improved" or
"artificial" Cirlsbad Sal t. These
generally consist only of ordinary
Seidlitz PowXler and Glauber Salt,
sold by unscrupulous dealers upon
the reputation of the Genuine
The only genuine .imported
Carlsbad Salt has the signature of
"Eisner and Mendelson Co., Agts.
New York," on every bottle.
suffering from injuries received at the
foot ball game last Saturday.
The pulpit of the Primitive Methodist
church will be filled next Sunday by Wil
liam Brown and James Fldlam.
James Jones, a fire boss at the Brisbln
sl'aft, is ereoling a handsome residence on
Summit avenue, near Putnam street.
Mrs. "Mary Watkins has removed her
household effects to tbe house lately occu
pied by Benjamin Jenkins, ou Putnam
The Christian Endeavor society ot tbe
Provldeuce - Presbyterian church has
adopted tbe plan of systematic giving tor
' The Keystone Dramatic and Literary
club held their last dress rehearsal in St.
Mary's ball last night previous to tbe per
Professor Georga B. Carter, organist of
the Elm Park church, will give au organ
recital iu the Providence Methodist church
on Tuesday, Nov. 6.
A large number of people gathered at the
Holy Rosary church yesterday afternoon
at 4 o'clock to witness the marriage of
William Terry, of the central city, to Miss
Margaret Gallagher, of McDonough ave
nue, by ReA. N. J. McMauus.
Tbe regular business meeting of the
Providence chapter of the Epworth
league will be held in the parlors of tbe
Methodist Episcopal church on rext Fri
day evening. A short entertainment will
be beld at the close of the business session.
Rev. David Savage and wlfe,of West Mar
ketstroet, leave today for Tamaqua, where
they will attend the semi-annual meeting
of the Eastern Pennsylvania conference of
the Primitive Methodist church. They
will also be present at tbe conference at
St. Claire on Thursday.
A special meeting of ' the general com
mittee in charge of the benefit festival for
David G. Evaus will be held in Osterhout's
hail tonight, to bear tbe report of the
committee appointed to divide this end of
the city into districts for the purpose of
jelling the tickets. All citizous are in
vited to atteud.
A fnir-Mzed audience gathered at the
Puritau Congrigatiounl church Innt even
ing to witness the entertainment that Was
eiven by the Sunday school. Although a
large number of those who bad promised
to take part failed to appear, yet an ex
cellent programme was rendered, the reci
tations by Miss Greco Williams being of a
Miss S. Munsou will open a dressmaking
establishment in connection with Alias Ei
E. Leach's millinery at 1810 N. Main ave
une, about Oct 8th.
J. Frank Slrgci's Acadimy of Dancing'.
Afternoon focihI for misses, masters and
ladies Saturday, Oct. C. Parents and their
friends cordially invited. Evening cluss
for ladies and gentlemen Tuesday evening,
Oct. 9, first lesBOu for beginners.
ANOTHER ELOQUENT SERMON.
Bv. Falhsr O'Rourke, cf WllkecBarre,
Clicoursss on Sin.
The second sermon of tbe forty boors'
devotion at St. John's ohnrch was
preaetaed lost night by Rev. Father
O'Rourke, of Wilkee-Barre. The at
tendance was so large that many per
sona could not gain admittance to the
chnrcb. It wis expected that Itv, J.
J. McCabe, of Avoca, a young priest
noted for bis eloquence, wonld be the
speaker, and hence tbe number that
flocked to hear him; bat they were not
disappointed iu Father O'Rourke.
Tbe text of tbe sermon was : "There
is a way that seemeth nuto a man
right and the ends thereof lead to
death. "Proverbs: xvi, 25.
Father McCabe will preaoh tbe last
sermon of tbe forty hours' tonight.
HIS DREAMS DISTURBED.
A Young Lothario Paid an Early Morn
log Visit by Eluecoats.
. "Bertie" Keller, of 811 Pear street,
was rudely awakened from bed at 8
o'clock yesterday morning by Lieuten
ant Z nig and Officer Boland, who were
armed with a warrant for bis arrest on
a choree preferred by Dora Dorgo, a
young lady whom Keller bad betrayed
under promise of marriage.
"Bertie" is a young man 20 years old,
and Miss Dorge is an attractive and
pleasant appearing yonug woman a
year bis junior. Both worked at Har
vey's silk mill and there became
acquainted. Tbe officers brought bim
to police headquarters and yesterday
morning; the ease was settled by the
promise of tbe young man to marry tbe
SOUTH SIOE JOTTINGS.
Miss Stella Needham, of Cedar avenue,
is eriously ill.
The Scranton Saengerrunde will hold a
concert at Oermania hall Jiov. 1.
Tomorrow niirht will be the first meet
ing presided over by the newly elected
ofdenrs of James Con null lodge of Odd
The literary entertainment of Columbus
Council Young Men's Institute billed for
last night was postponed Until next Mon
Tbe funeral of Agnes, tbe Infant daugh
ter of M.J. Langan, of Prospect avenue,
will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Interment in Hyde Park cemetery.
Bartholomew Sumbrum, of 443 Palm
street, died yesterday from an illness that
sflicted bim for months jirior to bis doath.
lie was highly rejected and a devout
member of the Hickory Street Presbytor
tf DUNMOHE. !!
William Miller spent Sunday at Jeffer
son. Many people of this town are afflicted
with hay fever,
J. J. McDonnell has taken possession of
the Dnnmore hotel.
Robert McMillan and Will Chamberlain
speut Sunday at Salem.
Regular meeting of the Epworth league
this evening at 7:43 o'clock.
Mr. Lennons' new house on Blakely
street is nearly completed.
J. J. McDonnell and P. J. Regan were
visitors at South Canaau Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Kraus and daughter,
Helen, spent Sunday at Jefferson.
Mr. and Mrs. P. U. Fritz, of Blakely
street, spent Sunday at Madisonville.
An Italian, name unknown, was badly
bnrned by an explosion of gas in Spencer's
Mrs. Beckendorf and Bon, of Brooklyn,
N. Y.. are visiting Mrs. Usorge Schrank,
on Collins street.
Mrs. 8. Grace Baisden" and Dolly Kim
ble will leave town this morning to spend
several days at Mayflold.
Fred Dreyer preached at the Baptist
church Sunday night. Mr. Dreyer is a
graduate of the Chicago Training school.
The Loyal Legion cleared over $20 by
their lnt entertainment and drama. Tbey
now bave over (00 in tneir fountain fund.
Tbe Nay Aug Coal company were test
ing tbe machinery at their new work to
day and expect to begin operation at once.
The Ladies' Aid society ot tbe Methodist
Episcopal churoh will meet at Mrs. E.
Shaffer's tomorrow (Wednesday) when
dinner will be served.
A large number of young people, mem
bers ot the Epworth lenuue, will attend
the Honesdsle district Epworth league
convention at Jermyn today.
8, F. Wells, Esq , of Scranton, addressed
the Christian EuUeavor at the Presbyter-
Ian cuurch Sunday eveniug, taking tbe
place of the usual Sunday evening sermon.
Tbe Young Men's Institute, of Dunmore.
will rnn their social in Odd Fellows hall
this evening. Special arrangements have
been made to convey all those who attend
to tbe city. Hayes' brothers full orches
tra will furnish tbe musio tor the occasion.
Rev. A. Griffin, of Blngbamton, preached
in the Methodist Episcooal church Sunday
night. He is laboring iu the interest of
tbe worn out preachers of tbe Wyoming
conference, and gave many thrilling illus
trations of tbe poverty of many preachers
who have become helpless by old age or
We omitted to give a full list of the Red
Men's officers Installed last week, only
giving the names of tbe appointed ones.
They are: Sachem, Samuel Cole; senior
sagamore. George Schrank; junior saga
more, Victor burcbell; prophet, G. V.
Miller; trustee, Edward Angum, sr.
A PRIEST FOREVER.
Rev. Adelburtus Kaiamio Ordained by
BUhop CHara at Catbtdral.
Tbe Rt. Rev Bishop O'Hara or
dained the Rav. Adelburtus Eaizynio as
a priest of tbe Catholic church yester
day morning at tbe cathedral,
Tbe service, which took place at 6.30
a.m., was witnessed by n large number
of the congregation. Rev. J. J. Man
gan and Rev J. A. O'Reilly were spon
sors for tbe newly ordained priest.
Rev, P. J. Golden assisted the bishop
and Rev. M. J, Millane discharged the
duties of master of the eeremouiea.
The new priest graduated at St. Vin
cent's Theological seminary, West
moreland county, and is a native of
Austria, Europe. With Rsv. John
Szatz and Rev. Muthew Jankolahe was
ordained deaoon on Saturday. Father
Kaszynicz whs, however, the only one
of the eanonical age to receive the
order of priesthood and' will celebrate
his first mass at Pittston on Sunday.
IT IS BRIMFUL OF FUN.
"Our Regiment" Presented In a Splen
did Hanntr at Davis' Thtater.
"Our Regiment" at Davis' theater
will be very popular, as tbe piece is
brimful of fun. Tbe lnvemaking and
the cantankerous opposition of tbe ir
ritable "papas" must be seen to be
enjoyed. Miss Lisle Leigh is excellent
as a maiden deeply in love, and her
frantic endeavors to secure tbe object
of her nlfi'Ciior-B are tbe eause of con
"Our Regiment" will be continued
today and tomorrow and will be suc
ceeded by the Irish comedy, "Irish
Loyalty," for the latter half of tbe
Andrew Diskin, son of Thomas Die
kin of Main street, died yesterday
morning at 10 o'slock, after about a
month's illness. Tbe deceased was 17
years and 0 months of age. The fune
ral will occnr Wednesday morning at
8 o'clock. Interment in St. Joseph's
Mr. and Mrs. D'Malley of Olyphant
visited Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly Bun
day. Miss Alice Cunningham of Dan
more visited Minooka friends Sunday.
Miss Mary A. O'Malley of Pittston
visited friends in this place Sunday.
James Conaboy will leave tonight
for New York city to join the Jeffer-son-Storgis
Dramatio company, with
which he traveled last season. The
company will play two weeks at New
Tbe Young Men's institute grand en
tertainment occurs Oct. 23.
There will be one of the best shoot
ing matches of the season beld on tbe
Murray rifle range on Oct. 22, between
Thomas Murray of this place and Billy
Annmeu, of Dunmore. Murray has not
done any shooting for sometime, bat
still he is confident of winning the
match. The bet is $50 a side.
A grand exhibition of base ball was
witnessed yesterday on the Brick yard
grounds by about 2,000 people. The
game was for $10 and cham pionsbip be
tween tbe Mayflowers of this place and
the James Boys, of Pine Brook. In
tbe first part of tbe gane it looked as
if Minooka was going to win but in the
fourth inning tbe home team made
some costly errors which lost the game
for them. Some very heavy batting
was done on both sides. At the end
t he score stood 0 to 10 in favor of tbe
Tbe St. Joseph's Temperance society
will go with tbe union to Jermyn to
morrow on the annual parade.
Mr. and Mrs Frank Mosteller spent
Snnday with Hyde Park friendi.
Preaching this evening in the Meth
odist Episcopal cbnrch. A student
from Wyoming seminary will be pres
ent. Mr. Tenant, of Wyoming seminary,
preached in the Methodist Episcopal
church Sunday evening. He will preaeh
Sunday evenings for the remainder ot
the conference year.
James and William Jennings and
Thomas Satclifta went to New York to
see Baltimore and New York play for
the Temple cup series of base ball
games. While their they will be guests
of Hugh Jennings of the Baltimore
Tbe Woman's Foreign and Home
Missionary society will bold the nsxt
social at tbe home of Thomas Gillette,
Cards nr ont announcing the wed
Mir of Thomas Monle, formerly of
this place, now a prosperous druggist
of Archbald, to Miss Emma Van Dorn,
of Archbald, to take place in the Pres
byterian ohnrch Oct. 17.
James and Frank Henry Jennings
were nt Wilkes-Barre to witness the
game between the Bjston and Wilkes
Birre ball eluhs.
Miss Lily Knnpp is learning the
dressmaking trade with Mrs. Either
Cards are out announcing the wed
ding of Miss Maggie Parfrey and
James T. Brown, the popular corres
pondent f the Scranton Republican,
to take place at tbe borne of tbe bride,
Miss Etta Mosteller, of Hyde Park,
spent Sunday at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Mosteller.
Choir practice Saturday eveniug at
Frank Welch made a flying trip to
W. a Walker visited the Electric
The water motor is now in the Ex
aminer office and promises to be a sac
oess. Jerry Gough has his new boos in-
U. P. Tiffany, Republican candidate
for representative, and Dr. E. 8 Wheel
er, the Democratio candidate, are . at
tbe Falls today.
Mrs. Q -orgs Snyder li convalescing.
Mrs. Roberts, wife of Dr. Roberts, of
Scranton, returns to ber borne today
after a four weeks' visit with relatives
In this place.
Edgar Belle, of the Globe warehouse,
visited bis pnrsnts over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Galusia Rough took
possession of their new horns on Satur I
day last ,
Wand of all kindicost that much, wh
paid for, in advance. When a booh ac
count made, no charge mil b leu than
tS cents. This .rul applies to all small
uant eds, except Sifuatt'ont IV'anfed, which
are inserted FREE.
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handle our line, no pedaling. Salary,
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A (JESTS WANTED EVERYWHERE TO
sell the latest aluminum novelties, enor
mous profits, slls at sight, delivered free, sa
our territory. Sample in velvet lined rase
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Helo Wanted Females.
WANTED-FIVE GIRLS FOR HAND
work, two cooks, two laundresses and
two diuinif room girls. Star Employment
agency, am spruce street.
WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply to A. Johnson, 232
New York street.
ANTED APPRENTICE GIRLS TO
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ANTED - A HOUSEKEEPER.
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r RKNT-ONE-UALF BTOKE. KO
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T OST-A BLACK AND WHITE COCK-
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Lackawanna avenue, city.
O.lfjn MONTHLY GUARANTEED.
(iPUU Manufacturing concern wants rep
resentatives in Hcranlon (or any city uut
takun). Must have few hundred dollars cash
1 1 pay for goods on delivery after orders have
been secured. F. E. Vail, Morte building,
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MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 1M,
corner Spruce street and Franklin ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets (or l&SO. Good
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
ceived at the otlice of the City Clork.
Scranton, Pa., until 7.30 o'clock p. m., Thurs
day, I ctober 4th, 1804, to furnish coal for the
current fiscal year for Fir Dept. Honsos,
Station Houses and Municipal building. Four
firoposals will be received, each to be one o ed
n a separate envelope, and bidders shall en
close with each proposal the sum of ten dol
lars, rasn or certified th?i k. as a guaraniee to
comply with proposal If awarded the contract.
Proposal No. 1 to be for furnishing the i urn
ber'.at.d, Excelsior, Liberty, Nlsga a and Gen
eral I'hiuuey Fire Dept. Houses; also the Mar
ket Str et Station House.
Pronosal No. 2 to furnish the Franklin.
Columbia ani Eagle Fire Dept. Houses; also
uytie 1'arn btatlou uouse.
PioposU No. 3, to furnish the Municipal
Building and hous is occupied by the Crystut,
Nay Aug. 1 hueuix. Hook and Ladder and Re
lief Fire Dept. Companies.
Pronosal No. s. to furnlfch Alder Street Sta
tion ilousclaiid the houses occupied by the
Neptune, Century aud Wm. Council Fire
The city reserves the right to reject any
and au bids, tsy order or city councils.
M. T. LAVELLE, City Clork
Scranton, Pa., Sept. fl, m.
VtOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
1 application will bumndo to the Governor
of the State of 1 eutisylvunia, on Friday, tho
twelfth day ot October, lb'Ji, by Louise P.
Burt, Orinnell Burt, John Hayer, Charloa
t aldwoll, Edgar M, Reynolds, Charles L. llaw
lcy, Geo. L. Weaver Jos. D. Evans, under tbe
Act of Assembly of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, entitled "An act to provide
for th in orporation and regulation of cer
tain corporau na, approved April mu,
1ST4. and the sunmements thereto, for the
charter of an intended oernoration to bo
called "The Scranton Land and Improvement
company," the character and object of which
li tbe purchasing of real osl ate and the im-
firovoment thereof and the selling and Iras
ng of the same, with or wi. bout improve
ment, and (or these purposes to have
aud possess and enjoy an tne rights,
benefits and privileges or said act of assem
bly aud Its supplements.
CHARLES L. HAWLEY, Solicitor.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
THIR11 NATTON&T. MM
at scranton, in tbe State or Pennsylvania, at
uie ciose oi Dusinoss, uct. i, lttut.
Loans and discounts (1,340,11)11
uverurarts, secured and unsecured. 815 1m
U. S. bonds to secure circulation. . , 80,0011 Ml
i-remiums on u. o. Donda UI3
Stocks, securities, eto 445,833 75
causing uouse, iurniture and fix
ture ................... 28,071 40
uueirom atiouat bauKS (.not re-
sorve agents) 7,808 50
DuefroiuStatebanksandbankers.. (UtH 2tt
Lueirorattpproveareorveageuts.. Iu4.7fl a
Checks and other cash items 4.wl 2
txciiang. s ror clearing House 10,370 13
Notes of othor National banks 870 U)
rraciiunai paper currency, nickels
and cents 1,193 04
ijswrui money reserve 111 Hank,
Vis. : Specie I JD2.383 Htt I '
Legal tender notes. . . I HO.OiHI (III j liw
Redumption fund with U.S. Treas
urer i.e per cent, or circulation). . 8,000 00
uuv iiuiu u, 0. ireasurer, oilier
man 0 per cent, redemption fund 4,000 00
Total , ..',!,0U7 18
Capital stock paid in $200,000 00
?Turl!ll!"iLu"d-iV-v ' ."w w
Undivided profits, less expenses
and taxes paid 0.SrfS 41
Aational bank notes outstanding,.. 7S,(mo U)
Due to other national banks l4,i 25
Duo to State banks aud bankers.... 723 80
Dividends unpaid 7uo 50
Individual deposits subject to
check 1,607,310 08
Demand certificate of deposit 6 470 SB
Certified checks 1$7i H
Cashier's checks outstanding ' 2 to
Notes and bills re-dlscounted None
Bills payable None
Liabilities other than those above
Total ...$222,007 18
State of Pennsylvania, County of Lacka
I, Wm. H, Peck, Cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
alKive statement is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
c n, WU'AP.ECK'C"sI,ie'--Subscribed
and sworn to before me thia Uth
day of October, 1804.
CHARLKS L HAWLEY, Notary Public.
Correct Attest: ,
GEO. H. CATLIN 1
HENRY BKLIN.JR, VDIrdctors.
WM. T. SMITH. f
Whea Baby was slok, we gave ber Castorta.
Wbw she was a ChUd, she orled (or Cutorla,
Whea the became Hiss, she clung to Oattoria,
t'hea aht had Children, she (art tbwn Caatorl
AT 50c, Natural Wool. Did you ever bny a
wool garment at that price before?
Never. We give you the best one In
the country. Every size.
AT 11.00, Natural Wool again. The regular
$1.25 number of last year, only Im
proved in finish.
AT $1.50, Still Natural. It's the best thing for
you no dying or coloring; pure, un
adulterated wool These are regu
AT $1.75, Another regular made garment on
the silver grey order. Handsomely
finished. The finest of its class.
AT $2.25, Natural Wool. The best that was
ever takon from a sheep's back. The
most substantial garment made; ex
tra heavy weight.
M BETTER BEDDING
Is anywhere made than is manufactured right here
in Scranton by the
CLEAEING SALE OF
A Child's Bicycle, Rubber Tire, new 9
A Child's Bicycle, Rubber Tire, new 10
A Boy's Bicycle, Rubber Tire, new 13
A Boy's Bicycle, Rubber Tire, new 18
4 Boys' or Girls' Bicycle Cushion Tire,
new OOdown to 88
I Youth's Bicycle, Pneumatic Tire.new.. 35
8 Victor B Bicycles, Pneumatlo Tire.seo-
ond hand 70
1 Victor B Bicyclo, Pneumatic Tire, new 80
1 Secure Bicycle, Pneumatic Tire, second-hand
1 Lovel Diamond B oycle, Solid Tiro,
1 Ladles' Bicycle, Solid Tire, second
2 Victor A Bicycles, Solid Tire, second
I Viotor C Bicycle, 1 in. cushion Tire,
1 Victor B Bicyclo, ljln. Cushion Tire,
1 Columbian '92 Blcycle.PneumnticTire, 55
1 Chainless Bicycle, Pneumatio Tire,
nearly new 100
Come Early for Bargains.
Lawn Tennis Racquets at a
discount of one-third
for two weeks.
J. D. WILLIAMS & BRO.
814 LACKA. AVENUE.
European Plan. First-class Bar attnetiwt
Depot for Bergner Engal's Tanuhwuser
li Cor, Mb indFIWSti, Fhiladi
Voat desirable for resident ot N.E. Fenn
syWaula. All eonvouinnooa lor travelori
to and from Broad Street station and the
Twelfth and Market Street station. D
tlrable for visiting Sornntonlans and po
tie in the Anthracite Region.
T J. VICTORY.
ROOF tinning and soldering all done sway
with by the use of HARTMAN'S HAT
KMT PAINT, which consists of ineredi-nU
well-known to all. It can be applied to tin,
ralyanlzed tin, sheet iron ruois, ai so to brick
dwellings, which will prevent absolutely any
crumbling, cracking or breaking of tbe
brick. It will outlast tiuulug ot auy kind by
many years.and it's cost does not exceed one
fifth that of 1 he cost of tinning. Is sold by
the Job or pound. Contracts taken by
ANTONIO HAUXMAKN, tl Birah Bt
WANTED-A POSITION BY A YOUUG
man with good references, Is sober, re
liable. Address B, Tribune otlice.
SITUATION WANTED BY A GIRL TO
do litflit housework. Address No. 2 Breck
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
girl, aged 14, to do light housework or to
act as nurse girl. Apply to K. M. U, iWU West
Lincoln avenue. Hyde t'arK, city.
SITUATION WANTED TO RUN ER
O rands or office boy. Address T. W., tiSi
WANTED-SITUATION BY A YOUNG
nan aged 23. .Willing, sober and relia
ble. ' Good referenda, G. K., Tribune office.
WANTED A POSITION BY A YOUNG
mau of good habits and good business
education. Best of rotureuces furnished. Ad
dress R. W. M., Tribune ofllce.
SITUATION WANTED YOUNG MAN
desires a situation us book-keeper. Ex-
fierionced and good references. Willing to
icgin on small wages, , Address J. W. L. 437
Wyoming avenue. '
SITUATION WANTED BY A WOMAN
to do house cleaning or idUcca, or washing
by the day. Address J. C, 1M0 Twentieth
street, Hyde Park.
An Acnv fc liimri v man, with
good references, of middle ane wishes
employment Quick and correct in figures,
live years experience as aingle entry book
keeper and clerk. Will work for any wagos
that will paybuard. Addresi W. B. Tribune
What Is More Attractive
Than a pretty face with a fresh, bright
complexion For It, use Poaonl's Powder.
edy, U4 ftanitty, bwlwl ky SWu7nu
rutin naoti ud MO.nu took. llhiMMi Iron
IUhrpom pr,pltoard,frM try mill. Whm Hot Spline
4 marriku, Out Mnslo Remedy win
pMiumr . coos sabcut in. niw, 111.
. FOR LADIES.
AT 45c, A Jersey Ribbed Fleeced Lined Gar
mont, Vests and Pants, made of the
finest Egyptian cotton, a very desira
ble number, at a low price.
AT 75c.. Natural Wool, ribbed; are made In
three sizos small, medium and large.
A sanitary gurmeut bich brought
$1.25 last year.
AT 75c, The same quality as above In white,
finished in the same good style. Not
a weak point in them.
AT $1.0, White hibbed, strictly all wool.
faultless In construction and espec
ially adapted for warmth and wear;
full regular made value all iu the
cloth- no fancy finish. We will stake
our reputation on the worth of this
AT $2 50, Very similar to above, only a little
finer gauge Yaeger colors, at our
own price, not a dictated figure. You
cannot buy a finer garment than
this, no matter what price you pay.
AT $1.25. White Ribbed Cashmnre made of
tho finest lamb's woo! ; the best thing
we carry this year, was worth $1.75
lust season. ,
CHEAPEST IRON BEDS IN
Notice is hereby given that auc
tion sales will be conducted daily,
at 2.30 and 7.30 p.m., in tho store
of C.W. Freeman, Jeweler, corner
Penn avenue and Spruce street.
The sale is positive and no goods
are reserved. Proceeds will bo
applied to liquidate creditors'
JOIDf E. LEWIS,
Manager for Creditors.
W. L. Douglas
CUftv IS THE BEST.'
wnVla NO 8QUEAKIN& .
FRENCH ENAMELLED CALT.
EXTOA FINE. Ll,s
7 atNU TUX CAIALOGUb
' BROCKTON, MASS.
You can save money by purchasing V. lit
Because, we are tne largest manufacturers of
advertised shoes in the world, and guarantee
the value by stamping the name and price on
the bottom, which protects you against high
prices and the middleman's profits. Our shoes
equal custom work in style, easy fitting and
wearing qualities. We have tbem sold every
where at lower prices for the value given than
any other make. Take no substitute. If your
dealer cannot supply you, we can. Sold by
E. J. LEONARD.
A. W. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREET
BICYCLES AND SPORTING
fletor, Oendron, Eclipse, LorelL Diamond
and Other Wheels.
Miy be hidden imperfectly by cosmetics and
powders, but can only be removed perms
Hotssl's Snpsrior Face Bleach
It will positively remove Frsoktrs, Tan,
tlotb, Hsiliowaraa, and core any diseases oi
the akin, such as I'lmplea, Aon, .Mlaek
heads, outness and renders the akin soft anil
beautiful. Price tl per bottlo Fur sale at
E. M. HETSEL'S
830 Lack. AT.e.J9ratBjf
LADIES' UNION SUITS are very popular
, We bave them In Ribbed Cotton.
Ribbed Wool, in white, black and
natural, in several diffurent grades.
ONE GREAT SPECIAL in Floeced lined, cor
rectly sized; a great taint, at the
very low price of $1.00 each.
ONE SPECIAL (or the Babies, Misses, Boys.
Youths end Yeung Ladles, Natural
Wool, fine clear quality, Shirts,
Pants and Drawers. Sizes, 16. 18. 20,
22, 24, 20, 28, 8U 82, 83. Prices, loc,
20c. 25o., IjOo.. 85c.. 40c, 45c, 500.,
Ma, One, Last year's prices, 253,,
83c, 87c, 45c. 50c, 68c, dSc, 70c., 75c,
SPECIAL IN HOSIERY.
FOR LADIES. 50 dnzan fast blaok Cotton
, ' Hose, Hormsdort Dye, neavy weight,
specially adapted for a Fall and Win
tor Stocking. Price, lc
FOR MEN at the same price. 50 dozen Nat
ural Wool Half Hose, good weight
and splendid quality. Lost year's
Opp. Court House.
Atlantic Refining Cot
Uanufaeturers and Dealers in!
niuminating and Lubricating
Linseed Oil. KsptbM snd Gum
lines of all grades. Ai e Grease,
Pinion Grease and Colliery Conv
pound-, also, a large Una of Fai
raffias Wax Candles,
We also handle the Famous CROWN
ACME OIL, tbe only family safety
burning oil in the market
WILLIAM MASON, Managsr.
Office: Coal Exchange, Wyoming At
W orka at Fine Brook.
Yes, sir! Wa
have a special
ist here to fit
j'ou who dooi
. nothing else.
Sit right dowa
' I I" If and have your
T If eyes fitted in
423 LACKAWANNA AVE.
fiooms 1 and 2 Commonwealtli Bld'&
MINING and BLASTING
Hade at the MOOSIO and BUBS
Lafflln & Rand Powder Ca'i
ORANGE GUN P0WDE3
Electrlo Batteries, Fuses for ex plod
'tag blasts, (Safety Fuse and
ftepaunoChemical Co, 's High Explosive!
ESTABLISHED 1800. (0,000 IN VBS,
Instrumnt In every sense of the term si
applied to Pianos. ,..
Exceptional In holding their original fulneis
NEW YORK WAREHOUSE, No. 80 Fifth
E.C. Rlcker 8t Co.
115 Adams Ave. New Telephone Bdg.
s i iere are a great many cards.
TV . a
pamphlets, circulars and other
advertising mailer constantly being
distributed among the public.
Not everybody has a taste for read'
ing. Have your printing done in an
attractive and novel style.
Draw people's attention by some
thing catchy and rarely seen.
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE
is able to please you in every