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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATLTHDAl', MA IT 17, 1902.
THE General Assembly of the Presa
bytcrlftti church now In session
In New York, will on Morulny nnd
Tuesday of next week, celebrate the
centennial of home missions. In all the
Presbyterian churches of New York
city and vicinity, and In fact through
out tho country nt largo, discourses ap
propriate to the occasion of this homo
mission anniversary will be preached
tomorrow. It Is designed that tho day
and occasion shall generally be ob
served by tho consideration of tho his
tory and work of home missions with
in tha bounds of the Presbyterian de
nomination. Rev. Dr. Guild therefore announces
that tomorrow morning In the Provi
dence Presbyterian church, he will
give a discourse on Presbyterian Home
Mission Board; Its origin, history, les
sons and Its perspective. Homo mis
sions In America are so Intimately and
even vitally blended with our national
life that the treatment of the theme
ought to be of Interest, not alone from
tho standpoint of tho church member,
but also of that of the patriotic Ameri
Annual Cymanfa. Meetings.
The Welsh Baptist Association of
Churches will hold their annual Cym
anfa services at Olyphant today and
tomorrow, with preaching services In
Welsh and English. A large number of
visitors from churches throughout
Northeastern Pennsylvania will be In
The Cymanfa of the Welsh Calvlnls
tlc Methodist churches of Pennsylvania
will begin In the Bellevue Welsh C. M.
church on Friday, May 23, and continue
throughout Saturday and Sunday.
Rev. S. T. Jones, of Rhyl. Norm
Wales, will be present and preach at
the opening service. He is regarded as
one of the most eminent divines in
Wales. Rev. R. T. Jones, D. D., of
Philadelphia, will also be in attend
ance. Ordination services will be held on
Saturday afternoon. May 24, when R.
O. Hughes, of Edwardsdale, will be ad
vanced to the ministry. Preaching ser
vices will also be held Saturday even
ing and Sunday morning, afternoon
and evening, with English services in
' The State Association of Congrega
tional churches will meet at Meadvllle.
Pa., Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
day, May 20, 2t and 22. Rev. David
Jones, pastor of the. First Welsh Con
gregational church, is the moderator,
and will preach the annual sermon
A Coronation Service.
A. unique service was held at the
Penn avenue church a few days ago,
when Miss S. C. Krigbaum received a
pleasant surprise and a substantial
gift from a number of the church mem
bers. Miss Krigbaum has been tho
faithful missionaiy of the church and
Sunday school for the post eighteen
years, and the event of her anniversary
was emphasized by appropriate re
marks by the pastor, Dr. Pierce, after
which he presented her with a silver
crown composed of silver dollars.
Miss Krigbaum Is one of the constit
uent members of the Penn avenue
church, and has given her life to the
religious work in this city. She is wide
ly known throughout the city, espp
fially for her work among the poor,
and no one Is more greatly loved for
devoted Christian service. Churches
honor themselves when they do honor
to their faithful jivorkers,
Christian. Endeavor Convention.
On Tuesday, May 20, the Lacxawan
, na County Christian Endeavor Union
will meet In convention at Elmhurst,
Pa. There will bo two sessions, .1.00 p,
m. In the Presbyterian church, 7.00 p.
m. In tho Baptist church. The follow
ing programme has been prapared:
5,00 Song service and Cipoaillon or Scrip-
tuies Itev. (I. K. Cole
3.2ft Address of welcome Rev. II. A. Xje
s;30 Bible reading Mlts Luellla McGaughey
0o-"What Will tho Idea! Society Do for
Causes Outside of Hk Own Chinch"
) Kor the World. .Iter, Luther Het Waring
(h) For Our Country A. B. Dunning
(c) For the Home Alex. Weddcll
(d)Tor the Irdlvidual
Prc-ddenl M. D, Lalhrop.
t.J.0 Junior Endeavor ivork.
7.00 bong service and exposition of Scrip
ture Ttcv, George Allien
7.W Addrei Thos. Thorburii, Wilkes-Barro
A large nunibejr of delegates will at
end these meetlnes. Every Christian
Endeavor society In the county should
not fall to be represented. These meet
ings proniibe to be full of help and In
sDlratlon. Christian Endeavor State Convention J
The fifteenth state convention of the
Pennsylvania Christian Endeavor union
will be held in Pittsburg, July 8, 9 and
It has been found Impossible to ilnd
a building large enough to accommo
date the largo army of Endeavorers
and their friends, nnd furnish platform
room for tho large choir now In train
ing. To meet these conditions a large
Endeavor tent will be erected In the
neighborhood of Schenley park, Squts
for 10,000 will bo provided. Everybody
will be comfortable.
Overflow ineetlrgs, rallies, confer
ences, etc., will bo held In Carnegie
Music hall and the various large
churches of that vicinity.
Th convention choir is being drilled
by Pjofessor J. P. McCollum, leader of
the Mozart club of Pittsburg. The con
vention singing will bo under tho
leadership of at least two of the great
"tonventlon choirmasters, The now
Christian Endeavor hymnal will be
used at all meetings of the convention.
The convention motto, "Thy King
dom Come," will be the watchword of
, every inct'tlng.
,. No "sunrise prayer meetings" will be
hold at the Pittsburg convention, dun
rise mecMilgs are all right, but some
thing; hotter will be provided. Tho first
meetings of each day will begin at 7
o'clock In 4ho morning, Special atten
tion will be given to workers' confer
wees, school of methods, etc,
The singing at Jhe Junior rally will
"bo led by a. choir of COO children's
voices. Mrs. C. n. Aylesworth and Mrs.
C, X. Ilorrell, both musicians of ubll
Ity, aro the commltteo In charge of de
tails of tho choir, unci Professor Hen
Jamln P, Butts Is choirmaster, Pro
fessor Butts la tho successful chorister
nf the Second X'reabyterlnn church of
Pittsburg, has had a largo experience
In teaching and Is specially successful
In training voices for choir service. His
ysWaltfciLWMWlT JttftJMaW 4WM la MLV(
leadership of this great Junior rally
choir mentis a great service of song by
The inarch from Schenley park to
Tent Endeavor tinder escort of tho
Boys' brigade five thousand children
will be an Inspiring sight.
Tho address on Junior work will bo
delivered by Rov. Clarenco E. Eber
mnn, ex-presldcnt of the Pennsylvania
union, now Held secretnry for the
united society. No better selection
could be made.
Young Men's Christian Association.
The annual review of the young
Men's Christian association for Its jubi
lee year, 1001, abounds In ilgures rep
resenting the advances In the multi
farious departments of association
work, so much so that It would not be
practicable to consider them nil In a
single paragraph. Tfn million dollars
was conttlbuted nnd pledged during the
year to the American association in
funds for buildings, endowment, and
support, nnd for the payment of debts
and extension. A building was added
to Its equipment every week, and
seventy-seven more buildings are as
sured for the future. Tho associations
numbers 1,476, while the membership Is
In America 268,477, nnd throughout tho
world r,3S,04n, The Bible classes record
an Increase of r,0 per cent.
Army association work is done at 3J3
points: naval at ptluclpal ports and on
war vessels. The railroad associations
number 170; college, 47ii; in theological
seminaries, 34: In professional schools,
611; miners' associations, 3; colored, 8S;
county groups, 4. Twenty-eight thou
sand men are enrolled in the educa
tional classes, 23,000 in the gymnasiums,
100 In the training schools for secre
taries, nnd 15,000 members In the boys'
department. Other general figures are
$3,300,000 for current expenses of asso
ciations and state and international
committees; an average cost of $11 per
member to operate association work;
1,650 association Bible classes, with 24,
100 boys as members; a total attend
ance of 2,551,000 on all meetings; 7,200
active members on the religious work
committee; and more than 8,000 oro
fessed conversions during the year.
African and Colored Methodists.
The leport of the secretary of educa
tion of the Aft Iran Methodist Episco
pal church, John R. Hawkins, men
tions an increased attendance at all
the schools during the past year, and
a steady Increase in tho contributions
to the cause. On account of the en
dowment fund $7,002 was sent in
through 876 ministers during 1901; and
the total amount of endowment money,
including that reported to the confer
ences, promises to be much larger
than in 1900, when it was about $1G,
000. A considerable increase is expect
ed In the education share (S per cent)
of the dollar money, which was $7,91i3
In 1900, tho secretniy having already
received $7,7ri0, with 12 conferences to
be heard from.
Bishop Denick, of tho African Meth
odist Episcopal church, has been In
vited and is expected to preach the
memorial sermon at the tlnee hundred
and fifty-second anniversary of "the
Huguenot Church of tho Catacombs, in
the crypt of Canterbury cathedra),
The Colored Methodist Episcopal
church has secured a, tract of 30 acres
in the new Negro town of Booker, near
Birmingham, Ala., as a site for an in
stitution for the highest education, the
work of lalsing funds for which is now
Meeting of Stewards.
"The stewards of the Methodist Epis
copal churches of the Wyoming district
held a meeting yesterday in the Metho
dist Episcopal church at West Pitts
ton," said the Wllkes-Barre Record of
Thursday. "There was a large attend
ance. Rev. Dr. Griffin presided. The
secretary was T. W. Kyte. The pre
siding elder's salary was agreed on to
remain the samfr as last year.
"A resolution was adopted that every
minister in the district should arouse
his parishioners to take the greatest
possible Interest in the Wyoming camp
meeting and to keep up the good work
from year to year. A committee was
appointed relative to the revision of
tho districts of the Wyoming confer
ence from six to five districts."
The Feast of Pentecost, or Whit
sunday, will be observed at St. Luke's
church with two celebrations on Sun
day at 7.30 a. m. and 10.30 a. in.
The Methodist ministers of Scranton
will meet In Elm Park church Mon
day, May 19, at 10.30 o'clock. Rev. F.
P. Doty will piesent an article on the
subject, "Redisricting the Wyoming
Rov. Owen James, D. D., of Johns
town. Pa will present the paper be
fore the Baptist Ministerial conference,
In the Perm avenue church next Mon
day morning, on "Hall Calne, the Labor
.Movement and the Church." Dr. James
Is a man of strong and clear mind. He
was tho first president of the confer
ence, when It was organized In 1884,
and Is well remembered In this city for
his grand work as pastor of the Flist
Baptist church, in tho erection of the
Scr.mton street edifice and the icinoval
to that from the old Chestnut street
structure. He Is now pastor at Johns
town, Pa. Rev. N. C, Naylor, formerly
the cftlflont pastor of the Jackson
street church, now of Berwick, Pa tho
first vice-president of the conference,
will also be In attendance next Monday
SERVICES IN THE
Mm Paik church 1'iajer and praljc meeting at
.;' a, in.; pieachlwr by the uitur, Pr, !. jl.
Ulflfn, at lO.'JO a, in.; tUsa meeting In Sunday
cliool loom, al ,o3i of wnliei; Sunday school
at 2 p. pi, j Junior I.caguu at ,'UU p. in,; hnlor
League at 0.SO p, in, ,U 7.W, the jtaiter will
Hlr the third of the announced nerlei of four
"On," This one will he "On and On,"
Slmpaon .Methodist KpNcupj) church Iter, If,
C, JlclK-rmott, ), p., pjtor. I.oe foart at 0 a.
in,; leeeption of iiieiuU'in and Loid'a nipper at
10 WJ a in; bunday uhool al K' in.; Junior
League at :l p. in,; 1'pnoilh League at U.S0 p.
ih. Pu-achln to the pattor at 7.30 p. in., topic,
Vlnlat the (!reat UMoicr. All nude welcome.
Ilinuuiy MftliudUl CpUcopal diuiih U,
Jjiiui Urunlngcr, paor, ('leaching; at lO.'SO,
mliject of f rmoii. "lh Demand of ilm Vine,
yard"; clits m-ctlni; at II. Su; hunday wliuil
at 2 p. in. I'pn-ortli League at 'U0; euniiig-preaching-
sncn at f.'M, tubjvet of neinion,
"How Pile (litis ilanjtjtd an L'Ute," hraU dec.
altmatciM la oa err boat of Um c
Court Street Jtcthodhl Kpliropal etiiirch ttcv.
CI. C, Lcnian, tMor. OImh, 0.5 a, in., O. D,
DeWItt, lender; pmiclilna; At 10.30; Fiumlay
school, 11.(3., O. II. t'lfltfc, Mlpfrlntendcnl; ,1u
lilor League, 430 p. tn.t Kpnorth Lclpnc, (l.?0
p. in.! preaclilntr, 7..10 p. in. Cl N'o. 2, Tiif.
day at ".Ml, .toirpli Arhcr, leader, l'rajer meet.
Ilirf. Wednesday at ,,nf-l time, Ihe ifflclal
hoard meellrur. Seati fiee, 'tranger welcome.
lioildence Mtthoilltt llplopal ehnrch Itev. (I,
A. Cure, pater. Ouatletly ineellns; day. Loie
fet alili.rn; pieachlnr at t0.H0, by the llev.
Amtlti Rtlniii, D. 1), oifiament to follow, ''mi
it ly nchool Hi 2 p. in.; Kpworth League nl fl.4',;
topic, "Prictlcal Connecratloii," Andrew Horn
mfn, leader; Kpnorth League annheriiary at
".SO p. in. The tnual half hour's wrtnon v II I te
replaced hy tlnee ehort nddrcwa bv Mlw flor
encc Walker, 1'iof. Henry 'Kemuierllng' and the
p.itor. Special programme of tnuilc provided.
St. Paul's MelliodM IlpUcopal church I'. P.
Poly, patoi. Al 10 a. m. mentlnir of the
Brotherhood; 10..'10 a. m.. morning- worahlp and
enuoii by the p.nlori Hunday tchool at It. 4", it.
in.; :i.W) p. in., .lunloi Cpuorth League; evening,
quarterly meetlrg erlce; fl.t.", loe feat; ?."0
p. in., i-cinion by llcv. Dr. A. flrlflln, prcaldlng
elder Wjomlng dl-Jrlcl, followed by holy com
Ah Street Melhodlil KpUcopal church Itev. .1,
II. Austin, paitor. Sunday nelioot at 10.J10 a. in,,
Peler tiaitmiu, Miperlntendent, The (Ir. quar
terly meeting will be held by the presiding eldci,
Itev. Amlln (Itlllln, D. I)., at. 2 p. in. ; Lpwnith
League ul 0.4, p. m.; evening pleaching -mho
nt ".HO, riilijecl, "Clnl't In the Stale."
Nay Aug McthodM Kplwopal ihurrh Itev. ,1,
K, Autln, pa-lor, Pieaihlug a 10 a, m.; Hun.
day Acliool at 11 a. in., M. Mxon, -aiperltf
l'iopecl Avenue German .Melhodlal Kplvopnl
rhimli O. Ihuer, pa-tor. Senlce Sunday nt
10.W1 a. in. nr.it 7.20 p. in., preaching; himda.v
school al 2 o'ploelv p. in. iVoune; People's pia.vcr
meellnir, Krlday evenliiE-, 8 p. in. Next Sunday
African Methodist Kpltcopal church. Howard
Place Dr. U. S. llcnlley. pislor. Preaching nt
10.3(1 a. m., subject, "The Poverty of Jcmis
ChiUt." Sunday chool, 2.30 p. in.; Chrlntlan
Kndeavor piaver ineellng, 7.13 p. m. Preaching
at 7.4 p. iu subject, 'The Wealthy' Plate."
Mix. (Iracc P. OfTn, of t'llUbiug, Ii., who icpre
senls Hie Woman's Jllte Jll'ilomry soleety, will
addre'i the nudlencc at the evening service. A
cordial welcome to all.
Penn vcnue Baptist chuich, I'cun avenue b:
tvvcen !iuc and Linden stieet.i. Strangers me
always w Iconic. 1'ieiclitng, morning at 10.:i0
and evening at 7.30, by the pastor, Itev. Itoberl
X. V. l'leice, D. 1).; morning pra.vera in the
lower temple at 9.13. Theme of tlie morning sei-
mon, "Adulterated Itellglon." Sunday -chool at
2 o'clock at the home chmrh, and at ".:iO at the
Ame-man Memorial mission, on Prescott avenue.
oung I'eoplc'n meeting at B.OT. Theme of the
evening; sermon, "Vacant Places." Jlld-week
prayer meeting on Wednesday evening at 7.4'..
.Incloon Street Hnptl-t chinch Men'a morning
piajer meeling al 0.43, leader, llro. Malhcw- Hoi
le.v. ?eimon at 1O.S0. The pastor, TIev. Tl.om.ii
lie flinch, 1). !., will pieach. At 2 o'rloik,
Sunday chool, John Llovd, biiperlntendent. liven
ing senlce at 7; praise and son? s'lvice. Ad
drew by the Itev. Irovv Stephens. P. I)., of
I.ewUburg. Weel.-day -ervices: Tuesday ctcnlmr,
II. V. 1. t". society nt 7.30; Thursday evening,
pru.vci ami confeicnce niectiiip;. All aie cordially
invited to the privileges of our church and are
flreen Itldge Baptist chinch Hi v. II. B. Tatt.
of Hamilton, N. Y at one time lnMonuiy to
Jarau. will preach at bolh morning and evening
H'lvhcs. Other servicer of Jhe dav a. usual.
Shiloh Baptist chuuh, under dmj; store at cor
nel of Mulheiry street .ind i uns avenue Rer.
.1. B. Boddie, pastor. Pleaching at 11 ua in., by
Prophet Jones, of l'hlladclplna. Prophet Jones
will deliver his fatewcll sermon at the night ncr
viie, beginning at 7.-10 oMock, topic, "Saved by
first I'lc-hjterian church Sei vices at 10.SO a,
in. anil 7-iJ p. in. Di. McLcod will picich.
M Lingers welcome.
Second 1'iesb.vterian cliunh, JelTirsou avenue,
betwem Vine and Mulbriry Mieett 10. 10, morn
ing wor-hlp; 12., Sunday school; (I'M, Young
People's Society of Clilit.ti.in Kndeavoi; 7.M
evening wonhlp- The Kev. .1. II. Odell will
preach in the eveniuit on "The Traged of Xe
(lieen llidgc I'rcb.vtcrian chuich Itev. Imjc J.
I.iiiilii'r, pistor. ?Ioniing ten Ice at lO.SO, ?i
inon by .Mr. W. W. Adair, secrelaiy of tli" Hall
road Young Men's Christian association. Bible
School nt 12 o'clock. Meeting of llndeivov wi
iety at O.Sii p. m. Xo evening sciviie.
Piovidence Presb.vterlin chinch At the morn
ing sen ice, in acccidnnce with the leccmnicnda
tiim of the home miislon hoird. Dr. f.'ulld will
give an lii-torijl di-,cour-e on the liurdicdth an
nlvcisary of home missions; Sunday school at
noon; Junior and Senior Kndeivor societies as
UMi.il. l'veninjr sen he. with sciinon by the pas
tor, at 7. 43. Scats or the church me free.
Washburn Street I'lcshyteri.in chinch Rev.
John P. .Moffat, I). 1)., patoi. Soivlces .it 10.30
a. in, and 7,30 p. in.; Bible school at 12 in.;
Cluistl.iii Knileavor Young People at 0.20 p. ni. ;
Christian laidravor Juiiion, at 3.30 p. m. Pra.vrr
nicotiiig, Wednesday at 7.."0 p. m. In the ab
sence of Ihe pastoi, Seciptary Adair will occupy
the pulpit in the morning. In the evening, a
ong sprvlce. with full oichestra, will bo given.
All welcome. Elder William Davis will be in
Adam Avenue chipol, New Yolk street Tl e
Rev. James Hughes will pieach In. the morning
at 10 30 and In the evening at 7.10. Some of the
.voiing people belonging' to the league. Young
Men's Chritliu as-oiatiou, will take pait in. the
evening service. School at 3 o'clock and Cluis
tian Endeavor al 0.43, All welcome.
St. Luke's pal Uli Rev. Rogeis Iuel, P. P.,
rector; Rev, Kdwaid .1, llaiighton, curate,
St. Luke's church 7.30 a, in., holy communion;
IMS a. m Sunday school; P.15 a. in., morning
piajer; 10.30 a. in., winon and holy com
munion; 7.30 p. in., evening pru.vei and sermon.
St. Maiks chapel. Din mow 7.30 a. in., holy
communion; P.3Q a, m,, Sunday school; 10.30 a,
in,, moiuhig piajer and tcrmon; 7,30 p. in.,
evening puer and sermon,
St, C.eorge's, Olvjihanl 2.1.0 p. in,, Sunday
nhoul; n.,',0 p. in,, even song and seimon,
lint Kim .'...0 p. ni., Sunday Mliool.
South Side 2..I0 p. in,, hunda school,
fimuli of the fiood Slieiherd, corner of .Mou
sey Hvenuoiud (liccu Hldgu ctiret. MhlSimdav.
Jiomli'S' piajer at 10.30 n'clock; Sundiy school
mid lectoi's claw at 2.30 p. ni,; evening pia.vtr
St. John's tuition, 0tcrhout hall, I'lovidnue
S'iuiic llol.v coiiuuunloii, 7,3(1 . in.; Suudiy
school, 2 p. in.; evening pra.ver, 4 p. m.
(iracc Itefoiutcd KpUcOiil chuich, ,vomlug
avenuo below Mulbeiiy sliect fleoige L. Alilili,
pastor. I'Mjei and juulsc scrvica ut P.'iO a, in,;
DIvliK' worship, 10.30 u, m. anil 7,30 ji. m. ;
preaching by the paaloi. Sibbath school, 12 m,;
Young Ptojvle's hoi Iety of CliiUtUn Kndavor,
C.30 ji, in, Srata fire. All welcome.
I'.vangeliial Lutheran Whitsunday. (Jofpil,
John xlvr-M-UI. i:plMle, Acta iijj.is.
SI, Mark', routteenth and Waihburu streeU
llcv, A. L. Iluiici, I'll, I),, pastor. Services at
10,30 a, in. and 7,30 p. tit ; Luther Ia-aeuc, iS..d
p. m.; Sunday Khool, 12 in. Mornlnjr suhject,
"Tho Heavenly fJutrfaiicti nf Ihe Holy Spirit";
cveiilug Aiihject, "The Kvideuccs of Christian LV
jicilenec." Holy conununlnn will he celebrated
nt the morning service.
St. Paul', Short avenue Kev, V, (', L. Lauer,
pastor, ht'rvicii. at 10.30 a, in. and 7,:0 p, iii.j
Sunday school, 2.10 i. in, Rev. W, 'II. Jluike, of
l'laekville, Pa,, will occupy the pulpit, moinlng
Christ church, Cedar uver.uo and Biiih ticct
Rev, Jjines Witke, ustor. bcivlces, 10.30 a, ni.
and 7,30 i, m.; bunday school, 0 a. in. Iljly
louiniiinioii will be celcbuted ut the morning cci.
S(. Pctei's, Pit.cott avenuo Rev, John Ilan.
do rh, jiaitor. Stiviir. at I0.E0 a, in.; Sunday
school, 2 p. in.
Kiuniauiul Cinuau-Pulih I.utheiau chuich,
Rrc.ve Urift lli'i. IVidiiiJtid hatteluuier, pattor,
Si I vice in tho Polish Ungiiaje at 10.30 a, m,;
Sunday kchool, 2 p. m,
Ciaiu Kvanyclli-ul Lutheran eliuuli (general
viiol), corner of Mulheiry sheet and I'reMott
avenue Rev. Luther Heel Wailntf, iator. At 0.:o
a. in., SuiKliy school; 10.30 a. in., Divine woi
ihip; tubjict of veiuioii, "Jhe Holy Spirit and
Ills Work"; 7,13 ji in,, Young I'eople'n Solely
ut ("hrUtlJU Kndeavoi; 7,43 p. in., ivcnli'e tci
vice; topic vt bunion, "PumpcK and Mt. Ycu
vlii,, anl 'l heir Ijimoii." Hood nuitlc. Km.
body wclcvuie, ' t
.lou' Evangelical l.utl.uau chur.'h, 2i0 Mlf-
flln avenue A. O. tlallcnkamp, pastor. Pent.
cost, ('onfcHon, D..10 a. m,t church service be
gins, 10 a. m.( ermon, 10.30 a. m wihjcet, "A
New Soul; n New Tongue) New- Religion'' ; 10
n. in,, Lord's supper. Church choir will render
special music fo.' the day. Sunday tchool, 2 p.
in. I evening service, Ihutliah, 7..10J mibject of ser
mon, "Whosoever U .Moved by the Spirit of (lod
Will Be In the Rojal Procession of Christ."
J'hrlsimas, ysler and Pentecost arc the great
holy daja nf the Christian church; our church,
uiererore, win he beautifully and tastefully dc
rnrsleil from Mr. Schullhelo' Breenlioues, from
Petersburg, Let no one miss these services,
l.'nijilsli Kvangelleal Lutheran Church of the
Holy Trinity, corner Ad-irns avenue mid Mulberry
rlreel-llev. II. I Httfcr, A. M putor. Willi
suiiday or Penlecost. Services at lo.rto n, m. nnd
7..10 p. m, morning subject, "The Outpouird
Spirit"! evening siibjeel, "The Wondfra of Pen
leeost n Prophecy of Ihe Work of Ihe Holy Spirit
in Ihe Church." Sundiy school, 12m. Luther
League, 0.43 ;. m. Seals ftce. All welcome.
Calvary Reformed chinch. Jlomoc avenue and
illison street Rev. Marion L. Klror. uistoi Her.
vices it 10.30 a. m, and 7.30 p. in. ; Sunday school
nt 11.41 a. sit. S Cliriilhin Kndeavor, 7 p. m,
Morning 'subject, "Pentecost." Anniversary of
(lie Welles auxiliary of Cavalry Reformed church,
livening aubjrcl, "Speiklng vvllii Other Tongues."
'cits free. Kver.vbody welcome.
All Souls' Unlvcrillst church. Pine street, be
tween Adams and Jefferson avenues Rev. Thomas
II. Pav ne. pastor. IHvIiip sprvlce, with srimon,
al 10.3(1 a, in, and 7,30 p. in.; Sunelaj 'phool at
12 in,; morning subect, "How- ttnlveralhin
Would Settle the .Miners' Strike"; evening tub.
Jel, "What l'n!versillts Teach Cnniemlrg Man."
Seals frci', Slrangen cordially vveli'ftined.
tlospet TalVrnarle, Jertersnn uvriiue, Diinmore
James Irishman, pistor. Preaching set vices nt
IO.IiO a. in, unci 7.')0 p. m.; evening subject, "The
Doom of the Impenitent." Sunday school, 12m. ;
Young People's meeting, 0.30 p. in. Christian
and MMoniiy Alliance meetings, Tuesday at 2.30
a. in. and 7.30 ji. in.
Plrst Primitive Methodist, Cieen Itldge Rev. O.
Lees, pastor, Morning. eimon'tn childien, sub
Ject, "llesolullnn." livening subject, "Novelty,
Its l'e and Abuse.'; Sunday sichool l 2..10 i.
in. All wclco'iie.
Cliiltlan church, "orth Main avenue Preach
ing nl 11 a. in. and 7.30 p. in., subccts,
"Sived" nnd "reniplnllon." Sunday school at
lo a. in.: f l.ilstlan Kndeavor, (1.13 p. m. All are
BY RKV. nOBIIItT V. T. PICnCL', P. D.
(riom Author's Notes In "The Sunda School
Lesson Ilhajtrator," Published by F. II.
Revel t Co., Chicago, III.
The K.iilv Clnistlan MMonaile-. Ac. lll:1-l.
(Joldcn Tct "Co c tlietefore, and tach all
n.i 1 1 ons. "Mat. xviii;1ll.
A tine church of Jens C'hil't inut be a mis
sionaiy chuuh. That the chinch at Jeiusalom
was a Home Mlioii.ii body Is evid-nt from its
spirit and senlce. When the dlsiljdes were filled
with Hip Ilolv Spirit, the little "1 jiner Room"
could not hold them, but In Ihe name of Jesus of
Nazaielh they went out and pleached salvation
to Ihe heathen nearest them.
They did not wait for larger Relets and gieatcr
oppoiinnttlcs, but ompelled their townsmen and
neighbors unci friends to hear the sospcl. in wn
daj, thot'sinds were added In the church, and
they icniilned steadfast in the doctrines of the
I.oid Je-us, and fellowship, and coiiiniunioii, and
dally they incioa'.pd in nuiulji'is, sticuglh, 'Via-
doiu .in.l povvei.
But ppiMciitioii', I.L'loll the chuich and Cod
ucd till-, me Hi' lo -caller III" 1 eoplc and thus
spread His Ciwjicl to all the vvoild. nlloch b"
cauie tlit? ccntei ol the great foreign int-ion
moicinei'lR which weie eventually to evangpi3
the woihl. elnist's worl is niWHonary woik.
Ihrve wlio ptiIv jneached the gospel stoiv b.v life
.ni'l eivlie wcie llit called "Christians" at
Autiiieh, wh"!! the In came miuloi,diii. I'l o
CluNtian'b gieatcsl need ! n Pentecostal bless
III?; his guatcit piivilege is (Ini.tiui srivhe;
ids grcutett joy is winning souli for Jeus.
The blithplaer of all true in!-ionaiy effort is
Ihe In1. n I dedicated 1n Cod and consecrated to
Ills ten Ice.
lit developing till, lilac kboaul t-kptcli, piiut the
wotcls, "A Mlifloiuiy Smite," as uiianged in
the plctiiie. Then print the words, "(lives Light
to All," ciiipluifciiur what the chuich must do.
Then diavv the crosa, with its u, lllibliullnn
that the hue Light i-i Jesus Chrlvt, Around the
lettering draw the oiitllno of the globe, and
teach the cion of world-wide mls-loniry iaboi.
If we an, Christians, we mutt be iuls.vcnariea,
in spirit at least, for disciples weie tint called
( hrittliiM al Antioch when they began their mis
sionaiy lihoifi. All ehort III evangelization lb
inls-hmaiy effort; the work ii one and the Held is
ugggcv-tloih 1'lial ill aw a cross and speak of
( In (-t Ihe center ol all CliiUtlau work. Then
draw- the u.vs lo iivllc.ile the light ol CluMlan
1 1 nt It whkli is to lie given to Ihe vvoild, 'Aiounel
the tms diaiv Hip outline of a globe and vvrltn
cm 11 Hip vvuiiN of tho lioldcii Tel, oi "A Mis
elonaiy ( IH'UCH tines Light lo All."
LESSON FOR MAY 18
Acts; xiii, 1-18.
nv rev. j, j. aiLBicnr, n. n.
Secrettry of American. Society of Helljioua
N , r
I.YIRODUWO.S. "We mint now ioh Pelei to
pay Paul," bald one o Ihe i hurt li fallicis, a ,p
noted tho ubiupt charge fiom tlio twelfth to ihe
thllteenth cliajiter ot the Acta. At this j.olnt
the foiincr 'wholly dhajiiican for u Umc fiom
(.acred hUtoiy, and I lie laltci la Inttoduced m
me future leadct. 'icr. eau had elaued tlnee
the wonderful convcisiou near Damascu (ets,
li, 22), but the tunc had been jirofitably An
jilo.veil. The apobtle hid been In training foi his
iiihilnn, and eveiila had been bhiplng the chinch
uud impaiiiis the Held foi liiin. Henc-Ioith
Cliililijiilty vrill tlovvl pjs-s away fiom Ihe
JivvUh peudo and Hit ft- coiiutty In make! splen
did victories and establish Itself aiming idher
peojile In lauds (hen unknown, Thin was Indeed
the.l.oiii'b jilau (Maltlcvv, xl, 41), and we Hull
today study the bcgit.ningt of the first mi.'C.
incut to that end.
ANTIOCH 'ihere are itialeglc pUitt in cvvrj
unilei taking. Mai u woithy enleipiUa lui
tailed, not because of Ita men 01 time, but be.
lutisc of IU geosraihy. AMIoih, an Impoitaut
Coutlnucd on Page 12.
HK, jJqJj. I JH
The Year of 1902.
The vendors of rerelgri and donmllo merclian
disc and lirolee-i, etc., In the ronntv of Lacks,
wanna. Pa., will take nelice that In purinanee
of the several Acta of Assembly of the Com
monwealth to provide revenue to meet the de
marina of the trcisuv.r and for other nnrpotes, the
undersigned, Appraiser of mercantile and other
license laies ror said county, lias prepared u list
of t ealcra in goods, wares, merchandise, patent
ineellclnes. brokers, etc., wholesale and retail,
In mid county, and, placed. each In Ihat class
which opjiearcd to him Just'and right,
Boiirke, John M retail,
Burke, John St., retail.
Balakwltr, Gallon, retail.
Ball. Win. II., retnll.
Illahop, w. p retail.
Ballus, Michael, retail.
Brill. Anlhony, rclall.
Chester, Mike, retail.
Caw ley, Martin, retail.
Connors, John, retail.
Cturen, Anlhony, retail.
Caecla, Andrew, letall.
Davis. Thomas D., retail.
Dickson Store Co., relall,
I. k II, Co. (White Oak), reUll.
Kltinrrty. John K retail,
I'rlertinHii, E letall.
1'oote. JI. A., letall.
del big, A. W., trlail.
(Illrny, Wm. J rttat.
tliiii'evskl, Barney, telall.
HovvelN, Abe. retail.
Keeitaii. Palikk. it (all.
Kenny, Thomas M., ictail,
Klnback. A. B., letail.
Lofttis, John (Pool), retail,
l.lnde, Christ, letall.
Llnelcmian, II, C, retail.
Levin. N.. letall.
Lavellc, P. .1., letall.
I.nftus, John, retail.
Loft us, Mary V., retail.
-McAndrew-, Michael, i flail.
McLaughlin. J. C, retail.
McDonald, Patrick, letall. .
McDonnell, Thomas, TCtail.
Miglin. John, retail.
Mlirlin. Martin, retail.
Mularky, Patrick, retail.
Mo.vles. Roce A., retail.
Naturhtnn, Wm., ictail.
Medlnskl. Yictor. if fail.
O'Ro-irke. M. II., retail.
O'Boyle. P. .!., retail.
Poppeicllo, Jciscpli, ictail. I . '
Push. -M.. retail.
Pmb.t. VJrs. Pfter. retail.
Plate and Lewis, letail.
Paddeu, James, retail.
Piiee. Mark, letall.
Prolyl Bios., ret-ill.
RingMloif. S.. retail.
Rudo'owicz, Josepti. retell.
Hii.inc, i;, .1., retail.
lteedv, Charles, relall
ltfvetsidp Coal Co., retail.
Ittveiblde Stole Co.. letall.
Szmok. John, relall.
Strchcwlcs. Pel., letill.
Sovunlcs. And., retail.
Se'aiilou. John J,, retail.
Swift. M. J., letiil.
Scranton Cril Co. fRaymond), retail.
Timlin. John, re-fall.
Tuiko. Win., ictail.
Wltko, Paul, ictail.
Walsh. J. J ictail.
Upw-cll, A. J., retail.
Fanilvin, It. K rct.ll.
rreeinan. George, ictail.
Oumeer. V. 1.'., ictail.
Sweet, H.. letall.
Yanfleet. W. D, ictail.
Arnold. S. W.. retail.
Budd, Mrs. Su.au, retail.
Bairctt. .lav, re'all.
Betts. M. D.. retail.
Bagnieh, Aiitlion, leuil.
Brundaire, A. W., te.all.
Basal.Vfra. Peter, ictail.
Blocs, W. S retail.
Clirk Bios., retail.
Callineier, John, ivtail.
Caiuahh, Rich, letail,
1're.ti, Wm.. ictail.
f.'ni7en-kl. B.. letiH.
fJerman. W. K., retail.
Go lie, Wm.. letail.
Cunii, Wm.. retail,
nieluer Jr Son, K.. irlill.
Klnback. J. II.. retail.
Ketchem. W, P.. letall.
Keatonc Stoic Co., ictail.
loeklin, O. D., iclall.
Malnrs. II. v:., ret ill.
Nvliiut, J. T.. retail.
O'llaia. Stephen, ictail.
Price, O. v., retail.
Perk, P, A., retail.
Peck Lumber and Manufacturing Co., letsil
Itobeilb Brib.. letail.
Scranton Coal Co., ictail.
Steiriek Creek Coal Co., retail.
Squire. K. W retail. '
Siep. John II.. letall.
Sliaffer. William, ictail.
Watkins, W. W., retail.
CARBONDALK. I'IRs'P WARD.
Bet and Ncldand, ictail, 25 Salem avenue,
Boston Tea Co., retail, Pitlston avenue.
Diatnncr, Mis. Lewis, retnll, 78 N, Church sheet,
Butler, Alice, retail, 0". Salem avenue.
Berry, C. W., ictail, 22 N. Main avenue.
Beck. John P., ictail. S(i Salem avem;e.
Bovvers, W. CJ letall, 2f N. Main avenue
Banett. Thonns P., retail, Pallbrook sheet.
Bridget, P. list., ictail, a2 UundafT street.
Cavanauzh, Chailes, ictail, Duiidaft ehcet.
Clarke, II. F., retail, 24 N. Church street.
Cameron, J. L., ictail, B2 Salem avenue.
CreveliiiB & Bushr, letail.
Utiffy, P. A., retail.
Dimmlek, J. W,, ictail. 41',- Salem avenue,
I'dwards & Reecc, retail, 36 Lincoln avenue,
ramoub Dry Goods Stoic, retail, 20 N, Chur:h
rinncgan, D retail, '1 Fall Brook street,
Powler Steam Mill, retail.
1'ellows, Thomas, ictail, 4u Salem sheet.
Pli'cicn, P., ictail. Dundaft sheet,
(lent. Angel, letall.
Hebert, John. 67 Salem street.
How-aid, W. I)., iclall.
Ilumphiey, D. W., retail, .13 Salem btrcet,
Hollister. C. B relall, 2.1 Salem sheet.
Healey, 15. J., (pool tables), retail,
Kenny & Co., O R., letall.
Khb.v, W. Ik, letall, 3(1 N. Chinch street.
Ivelley, B. A., relall, 41 Salem street.
Kllpahick, Annie, letall. Ihmdan street.
Letts, A. II.. iclall, C.S Salem tlrcet.
l.uglans, riahilcl, ictail, 0(1 Pmidafr sticet.
Lewsley, A S., letall, 51 Salem btrcet.
Lee, Kophci, C, ictail, Main sheet.
Laiigan, Patrick, retail, Duudaff btieet,
l.unnv, John A,, letall, 12 N, Main street,
Manncia, B. C, ictail.
Mvers, A. K.. retail, (i'l Salem avenue.
Mollis, Nicolas, retail.
Mchra, John, retail, 44 Lincoln street,
Mazzo. Ancle, retal I. Dundafl street.
May, II. Ik, relall, 40 Lincoln sheet,
Mannlon, P, J retail.
Notion, Ihonias, iclall, Diiudafl atieet,
Noirl, Clias, W,, ictail, SO Belmont street,
Olver, ,1, M., letall, 3 Darlc avenue,
I'ligliano, Samuel, ictail, Tlundaff street,
Piiiehert, Ileury, iclall, 4J Hospital sheet.
Rnlheiford. James, letall,
Rokcis. Nicholas, relall.
Re.vnolds k &m, retail, 30 Lincoln street,
Reese', John (.'.. retail.
Staiisbciy, W. 11., iclall, til Salem avenue,
Shcprurd, John It., retail, (it Salem avenue,
Shannon, Wm., retail, 4.1 Salmi avenue,
Seaman Bros., letail, :I7 lliurch trrcl,
SiMiriy, W. (J., letall, 37 Main sheer.
Seaman, A. V., iclall, 17 Main sheet.
Swingle. T. v, retail. Park sheet,
smith, Louisa, ictail. Pike street,
The Isiael Cnnn Co., retail.
Yau Bergen k Co,, retail, ft DundalT sheet.
Vail, l.. retail.
While, A., letail,
Wllliamt, S, 11., relall. Main atieet,
Walker, flee. II., letail, Dundaff sttret,
Woiklnaiiun'a Store, retail, 7J N. Main sheet,
Watt, M. CS., retail, t hunlv street.
Walker, Geo. II., relall,
CARBONDALK, SKCO.NI WARt,
Bisou, 11. A . letail.
Burke, lalvvard, ictail, S. Main theet.
Biunning, Auguvta, letall, 28 Main fclrcet.
Beri, II. P., ictail, M Behuout alrrct.
Ilrrnuaii k Bojlon, ictail, It N, Main strcst.
Blown, Hank, letall, 20 N. Main btieet,
Buike, II. P.. ictail. 11 N. Main ttett.
lliirnaid. K, P.. letall, 7 Kabtein.
Iluir S.ms, W., iclall, N, Main street,
Bell (V Brown, iclall, .1.' S, Main btrcet,
Bingham. William T., retail, Dundaft heet.
IlUe'tm Bros., letall.
llaiiitl, J. W ictail,
Coddiugtoii & Thoniison, retail. 52 N, Malnctiect
Coiighlin, James, retail, SO S. Main ehcet.
Caiupbell, Thomas ('.,- iclall, 2 hilcni etiect.
( laike, B. b., letall, 21 Salem avenue.
Canull, 1. A., letall, M S. Main avenue,
(lrinou, William, retail, fit s. Main sheet.
Collins, Martin, J ictail.
I'oigan Bios , retail.
Collins, J. P.. telall.
Casey, P. J retail.
Dltchburn, C, ictail, 22 Salem olicct.
Dennb, P. R retail, 41 N, Main ireet,
nouttlieny dc Martin, retail.
Edward, R retail, 27 Ssletn ttrett.
Uley, B retail, Second ward.
Klmer, K., retail.
Poster, W. B., 7 N. Mala alrtct,
Ptilkenon. C. W retail.
Oraham, W, W ictail, 21 N. Main street.
(Iradlllo, Lewis, retail. 33 N, Mstti street.
florman, ISdwaM, Mtllt, Mitn ttretl.
Orand Union Tea Co., retail, ed tsalem sheet
Cerhtrdt, A retail. i Palem avenua,
Ollhool. J, B retail, 23 Main itrcet.
Hlclo, Wm retail.
Healy, E, J retail, O avenue,
Ilurbert, J. II., retail, 25 N, Main street.
Hnole, .1. A., retail, .14 Salam avenue.
Klnback, Robert, retail, tslttli trenue and Mtin.
Kelly, ,r. ll retail.
Kllluillrn, B. J., ictail, Main and Sevenlh streets,
Klljvatrick, J. W retail, 40 S. Main street.
Lewis. David, retail, Pike street.
Mills V Co., S. W retail.
Mills Bros., retail. Main street.
Murine. T, (t retail, OS Fslem avenue.
Monaghan. J. ,!.. retail.
Morgan, J. L'., retail.
Maddage, Nicholas, retail.
Moon k Sicbald, retail, r7 B. Main street.
Maxwell, Jr., R. T., retail, 25 S. Main Blreer.
McNutty, John, retail. Main Itreet.
McDonald, J. IL. retail.
McCann Bros., retail,
Maug, Peter, retail.
Nieson, Aurt, retail, Main Unit.
Nealon, T. JL. retail.
Seaman, R. v., ictail.
Singer, R. relall, 10 N. Main street.
Slriaml, Alfonso, retail, 61 H S. Main sheet.
Stephens, W. P., retail, Ul Salem avenue.
Simpson, J. ,L, retail.
Salmi, A. L retail, 8. Main street.
hinwr. S.. relall, M N. Main street.
Pethrlclt, R. w.. retail, Sixth avenue.
Beese Bros, i stall.
Reynolds, A. W retail.
Rchkop, L. H retail. Main alrecl.
Roberta k Renolda, retail, to K. Main itrett.
Ralgebuth, J. ,T i eta II, Second ward.
Rpinmelmeger, A., retail, 24 8. Main street.
Rlsenberg, P. A retail.
Tlniley, J. p. A relall. .14 N. Main alrcet.
Trallea, R, H., retail, 20 N. Mtin ttreet.
Tlflany, A. 0 retail. 84 S. Main.
if.',1!"' TV A" ntM w f- M"1" lr1'
W lams, B. K. retail, Salem ttreel.
Williams, Samuel, retail, 27 S. Main itreet,
carbondalf:, third ward.
Alfred A Male, retail, 3S N. Main street.
C'ourtwing. H. P., retail. 07 Wayne avenue.
Ciamcr, L. tV., relall. sai Lincoln.
Cohen, J. M., retail. Third ward.
Devlne, J. A., retail. Devine avenue.
Uagen, Charles, retail, .", S. Main ttreet.
Judge, Joseph, letall, Main street.
James, David, retail.
Lofttu. M retail.
McTighe. Jamew U.. retail. Main street.
Near-, P. L.. retail, 71 S. Main street
Reese, Jane T., retail. Ninth tvenue. '
an Beck Bros., retail, S. Main street.
CARBONDALE, FOURTH WAnil.
Burke, James P., retail, 834 Cottage atreet,
Boyln, J. A retail, 171 Pik ttreet.
I). (V Jl. Co., mines, retail, Skrtnton.
Ollhool. T. J., retail, Brooklyn atreet.
.Me Donough Broa , retail, Pike ttreet.
McKenna, P. P., retail.
CARBOND,E, FIPHI WTtO.
Becker, K. IL, retail, Church street.
Bcniwtt, Michael, retail Main sceeet.
Burns, R. J., ictail.
Burns, E, J., retail,
Clume, J. F., retail.
Cale, John, retail.
CARBONDALE SIXTH WARB.
Bruniw. licmia, retail, N. Belmont street.
f). k II. Biook mines, ratall, Scranton.
Dl, IJ. W.. retail.
Lvans, J. G tetall. 140 Belmont street.
Henly. T. E retail, 1(U Farvisw treet.
Judgo, Thos. p., retail, 7B 8. Main sheet.
McCJce. II. P.. retail.
Malnwaring, Wm.. iclall, 65 Belmont sheet.
Moon, Albeit J., refsil. 8? Belmont trcet.
Maugan, Then. J., triad, Dundaft street,
reoples Shoe Sloic, reuil, 10 N. Main strett.
Pctl.ii.-k, John P.. letail. Behiionl street.
Robrits, Wm., letail. US Belmont slieet.
Hesa, )o"cph. retail, 179 Belmont ttreet.
Scott, J. J., ictail, 2el DundsH btreet.
While, II. D.. ictail, .11 Belmont street.
Walkci, Annie, rct.-il.
Csffciy, John J. thilcb, retail.
Cav enatish, .M. IL, Caibondah', ictail.
P. .V II. Co. fPonderlv), letall.
Hlg?ins. Mr B.. retail.
Ktllv. Michael, istail
MlKci-cj, M. P.. ictail.
While and llurphj-, retail.
" COVINGIO.V fOW.VSIHP. ,
Coble and ion, retail,
Bograit, Piank IL. Butlci sliest, relall.
Burkhouse. Edward IL. 113 Bltkelv street, retail
Ifiuwu, John, 711 Rlakel ahcel, retail
lliink, John W., ictail.
Boknd, M. P., retail.
Beattee. Jamc, retnll,
Brady 1c Sons, William, retail.
Bee), M. a, retail.
Bier, Predrifk. Tlilid streel, letai,.
Bone k Son. J. C , rettil.
Roland, Charles, retail.
Bron.-on. O. W., retail.
Bin kc, Michael, letail.
Brnnner. John, retail.
Brock, John, letall.
Bicgan, J. J retail,
Cavauaiigh k Walsh, letail.
Cullen, Piank, letall.
Coleman, J. .1. (pool table), letiil.
i otcman, ,i ..i,, retail.
Colboia, Andrew, letail.
Carney, P., letall.
Clark, Thomas, retail.
Conway, E. 3I retail,
Costella, W. .1., retail.
Carney k Brovvn, retail.
Duffy, Kate, retail.
Dougheity, P. J retail.
Dandiea, P., ictail.
Domiiilck, Paul, retail.
Duninorc Lumber Co.. retail.
Doudicau, P. J., retail.
Davis, Brunson, rrtail.
Evans, John, retail.
Predl, Tonv, retail.
Penis, Anthony, retail.
IT mi, Thomas, retail.
Oeirlty, Thomas, retail.
Gieavy. William, retail.
Green Ridge Coal Co., letall
Gibbons, J. K., ictail.
Gaugheii. Thomas, ictail.
Golden, Thomas J., retail,
Gerordl, V., ictail.
Glynn. M. P., retail.
C.lehliman, William, letall.
Gregory. James, letuil.
Ilenvvood, Thorns, letail.
Hoftinaii. Jacob, retail.
llout k Saiibon, retail.
Hoff, Curtis, letail.
lllteii, John, retail.
Harrington, Catherine, retail.
Hughes, r. J retail.
Harper's Market, retail,
Heuopp, Of ear, retail.
Jackson. Joseph, letail.
Jolem, John, retail.
Hunt, Oeorge J., iclall.
Klassner. Henry, letail.
Luuiel Hill Store Co., retail.
Latll, Rlnaldo, ictail.
I.lbk, J, .. relall,
I.aubjcher. Henry, retail.
Mellltt, Thomas, ictail.
Mallev, M. .. letail.
Moffitt k Willlaiiiiori. letail.
Mullan, M. !., retail.
Muffuccl, Carrlo, retail.
Manlev, John M retail.
Moiella, Yegenzo, retail. ,
Mangan. Frank T.. retail.
Murrey k Co., P. J., retail.
Mason, Edwin, retail.
Metser, Anthony, letall,
MeCarty, W. J., telall.
McDonald. M. J letall.
Mcllale. P, P.. retail.
McDonald, M. .' retail.
Kareeli. A., letall.
Olltskl, ffenrge, retail,
O'Mrilcy, Thomas, letail,
O'Bo.vle. P. P., retail.
O'liole, M. J,, ictail.
O'llaia. Edward, iclall.
l'rien, Herman, retail.
l'eiiiisjhanlj Coal Co,, No, .'., ultll.
Pennsylvania Coal Co., Gipsy, letail,
Pennsylvania Coal Co., No. 1,, letiil,
Pretherlrk, Edward, letail,
Talmer, John, retail,
Pellenr, Charles P.. letail.
Potter. (1. V retail.
Powell, John, retail,
Quilin, Thomas, leUil.
Qilinn, Thomas, tsUII,
Rtnkin, R. W retail.
Reagtn. P. .1,, letall,
Rytn, P. J relall.
Hlello, LIheratn, retail.
Rutne, John, letail.
Ruddy, M. J., retail.
Reiser, William, letall.
ltuaue, Dennis, ictail.
Robinson, George, retail.
Svvarli k Brown, ictail,
btilllo, M., retail.
Siwnccr, A. D. i
.,,V,, ,1, -. w. I , a,., tll.l,.
J- I' SI ..ltl
sievans, i .,, reran.
Mmller, J. i:., iclall
tivvarla, P. K., rela.
bciavlilla. Raftael. retail.
Spencer, II. K. k Prank, letail.
Shim-, D. J., retail,
let von, P. J., letall.
Union Cash Store, retail,
Union Cash More, retail,
Yechlo Veto, retail.
Yoojelbaclier, E. A., letall.
Yalentano, S., letiil.
White, James, letall.
Wuhlers, 11. P., lettll.
Wall fc Co.. P. B.. ictai'
Whall, C. K., retail.
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sVoelken, .tohn, retail,
inn, near, retail.
YouhMt, J, M., rettil.
tt ALTON ROROUOff,
Cspwell, II. K., reUll,
Dillon Supply Co., retail.
f'rancla ft Dean, rettil,
Jenkins. W. P., retail.
Ketlrjg, Mecrlrr ft Co., rettil,
Rhoemakcr. fl. a., retail.
Wanton, Elrts, retail.
Snyder Bros , ratall.
Hmltli, W. E tetall.
Tiffany, P. M retail.
Htrdenhcnr, E. P., retail.
Hipp, . ft, relall.
Ruff, Joe. retail.
Shlcbtc, J. w., rettil.
Barron, .1. A., rettfl.
Bretdiwikl, Frank, ratall.
Benthsn, John, retail.
Broatondskl, Frank, relall.
Btbuaco, John, retail.
Bftlook, Btephen, null,
fAjrppeii ft Co., retail.
Ct than, Florida, rettil.
Columbia Bottling Works, retail.
Dickson Store Co., ratall.
Degnfas, Andrivr, retail.
Dlngleberry, Oaorge, rettil.
D L. k W. Co., retail.
Erant, DavM A., retail.
Fallon, Aryan, retail.
Foley, Thomaa J., retail. i
Ferla, Oeorge, retail.
Orovsnskl, Mary, relall.
Gallajfhor, P. IL, relall.
Croon, Mike, retail.
Gorenentlcy, Mary, retail.
Gbodmtn ft Welt, rettil. ,
Goodman Welti, retail.
Goodman ft Weiss, retail.
Groezenski, Stanislaus, retail.
Hennr, Albert, tttail.
Hires, Frank, retail.
Hall, a. P., retail,
Hall, Mis. John, retail.
HllvVir, John, retail.
Hlhrljr ft Son. ctjenrgc, retail.
Jacobv. H. J., retail.
Kaalosky, John, retail.
Roehlar, 8. R., relall.
Kentiedy, TP. P.. retail.
Kelfer. FrH. rettil.
Krygier. William V.. ratliL
Kclb'. Bridget, rettil.
Ktlozlnaki, Wtlter. reUll.
MoLsngMIn, William. retilL
Matthesn. William, retail.
Mtntrky, John, retail.
Motkovitr, Samuel, retail.
Mrntel, Kannere, retail.
Motta. Jttha. retail..
Mimford. Ralph, retail.
Moskovitz, Itratl, retaiL
Mtrrk, Jomph, retail.
Netty, Martin, retail,
Oliser, W. J retail.
Phllllpt, Joseph, retail.
Prcsarman, John, retail.
Pitenoa, Anthony, retail.
Rtinoriti, ". 8., retaiL
Jtambekl, John, retail.
Scranton Coal Co. (Joht'i miaey,
Suraoskle, Jacob, retail.
Slupiro, Abe. rettil.
Schlntkr. Andrew, retail.
Hurdykotki, Jaccph, rettiL
Hincer. (. 8.. retail.
SHvinski, John, letail.
Tltomts, W. V., retail.
Turko. Michael. Tetall.
TrynskswkBy, John, retail.
Tradeseo, Andrew, retaiL
WiUiant, W. J., retail.
Whltlll, Httry, rtHail.
Weiland, George W., retail.
Weisbercer, Charles, retail.
Weiibraky, Frank, rettil.
ZadvrslU, Andrew, retail.
Brawn, W. B Vandllng, retaiL
mrg, I.. 1-... wmpton, ieun.
Bonham, W. S., Mimpson, retail.
Bozaeh, John, Richmorvdale, retail,
Butler, V. A., VandHn, retail.
Bonna. W. S., Bimpton, retail.
Cidwak, Dentro, Slmpton, retail.
Davie, Chrlatmas, Simpson, retail.
Dulsky. Pater, Simpson, retail.
D. ft H. (Co., Scranton. retail.
Parrel, Mary, Forest City, rttait
Gllarltz, A., Simpson, retail.
Htakic, Mike, Simpson, retail,
llawian, AVan, Simpson, retail.
Hnllah. James. Yandlinar. retail.
.Tones, John T., Birapton. retail.
Keystone Store Co.. RicnfflMtttle.
Kenny. Christina, Simpson, retail,
Kennedy, J. P., vandllng, retail.
Kennedy, J. X Tandlinr, retail.
Rartney, A., Simpson, retail,
liearney, P. IL, VaneHiog. retail.
Iisrrey, E. H., Simpson, retail. ,
Tjvin, James J., vandllng, letiil.
Lavin, James J Stoipaon, Tetall.
Makoski. Mike. Simpson, retail.
Meconchke, Anthony, Simpson, retail,
Mahoskic, Michael, Simpadn, rstall.
Msdidtn. Edwin. Vandlrnr. retail.
Malkovvtkie. J, Simptou, rrtail.
McCIoskv, George, Ytudllnt, rettil.
North 'West Coal Co., retail.
O'Hollncky, John, Sirepton, retail.
Ros, George A., Simpson, retail.
Sullivan, Cornelius, Vindlinr, retail.
SvmnEton, Andrew, Vandllng, retail.
Scranton Coal Co.. retaiL
Thomaa Auriah, Yandllngr, retiil.
'rjnko, Alex, Simpson, retail. ,
Updike, Samuel, Simpson, retail.
Valltnt-, Albert, Slmpton, retail.
Walker. Robert, Slmpaon, letall.
Wellant, Albert, Simpson, retail.
Drum ft Bro., R, C, retail.
Emery W. J.. Wimmens, retail.
MePeck, Frank, Elmdale. retail.
Swingle, N. A., Mt. Cobb, rtttiL
Allen, David, rettil.
Butterworth. A. P.. rettil.
Bittenberg, A. t retail.
Collins, M. 8.. retail.
Cookift Co., S. W etail.
Cain ft Son, P., retail.
D. ft H. Co., rettil.
Dunn, William, retail,
Davis, 8. D retail.
Davit, John L., retail.
Dunn, George 8.. retail,
Dunn, David, rettil.
Eagan, M. J., retail.
Freas. ft 6on, II. L.. rettfl.
Forchner, T. M.. retail.
Gravci, G. M. ft F. M., retail,
(".lazier, Thomas, retail.
Griffith, T. E., retail.
Gavin, A. J., retail.
Green, U A., retail.
Hendrlck, T. A., letail.
HID. W. O.. retail.
Hocklnge, R., retail.
John Jamea, rat til.
Jones, Isaac, retail.
Kutnh, Joe, ratall.
Layiiar, B. N retail.
Surety, Mirtin, retail.
naltt, Autlnr. rerail.
Matoa, John, retail.
McGotT, John, retail.
McDermott. Joh. retail.
Prior, Walter, retail.
Path, John, retail.
Rurinlak. John, retail.
Ilushbrook Drug Stori, leltil,
Rich, E. A., retail.
Roberts, Y. T.. rettil.
Rennle, llegina, retail.
Reunie, Thomta, retail.
Solomon. M., retail.
Suydei', A. L., retail.
Snyder ft Edmonds, retail.
Blocker. J. D.. retail.
TromBne. If. B., retatl.
Timlin. J. IL. retail.
Wheeler, J. IL. retail.
Winters ft Co., retaiL
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Diekinten, V. T., Telall.
rvarniiinrtM. TVsllaci. retail.
Pnnvtnla Coil Co., retail.
P11ce, Mike, retail.
Penntyhanlt Coal Co., rets
Rosato, Frank, ttore, retail.
Roitato, Piank, hotel, retail.
Roeenbluth, M., store, retail.
Rosenbluth, M., butetvev. iUT,
Rotenbluth, M.. hotel, retail.
Swarlt, Philip. TU.
httlkowsky, Agnes, rsttrl.
Smith, Mist Mir1, letiil.
Hlttna, Louit, rettil,
Simmon. !., rotall.
tiurber, John, tetall,
btephen. ThomM., retail.
Shank. John, retail.
Sommera. Joseph, rettil.
Svrtrt. Philip, retail,
staff, Robert, rettil,
Timlin. George, rettil.
TontHI, Peter, retail.
Taylor, P., retail,
TrotTer, Henry, retell.
Ainiulna, M , rettil,
Buike, Catherine, retail.
Cbc-llne, Anthony, retail.
Col.e, F, R., ictail.
Cieco, Prank, ictail.
V.vn'. P. II.,. ratall.
Connelly, Kdw, IL, relall.
flsrko, JL l' rettil.
Cohen, h., letall.
Chapman, J. IL, retail.
Copeland, Aaron, retail.
Conned Coal Co., William A.
Cartel', Thomas, rettil.
D., L. i. W., Talor lllae, retail,
Dcdcsco. Lewis, ictail.
Drako ft Stewart, retail.
Dougherty. D. A., retail.
Evtiu, William, ictail.
I'Mllon, J. It., retail,
fallen, 1.'. J,, retail.
liialv. Austo. retail.
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