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THE SCEANTON TRIBUNE-jUO"STD AY MORNINO. FEBRUARY '22, 1SD7.
Headers will plcaso noto thnt nflvorUM
monts, orders for Job work, nnd Items lor
publlcntlon left at tho establishment or
Shannon & Co., newsdealers. North Main
street, will rocrlve prompt attention; or
flco open from 8 n. m. to 10 p. m.J
PIONEER CITY" CASTLE.
Itrniicli OrdorofKulclits of the Ms
lie Cliniti OrKiuilud.
On "Wednesdny evening Jamei "Will
iamson, ot Scianton, the district dep
uty of the Ancient Ordei of KnlghtH of
the Mystic Chnln, explained to a lingo
number present nt Assembly hall, the
lilstoiy of this secret society, nnd tho
benefits connected with its member
ship. The older originated In Pennsyl
vania nnd duiltiG the past tweny-llvo
yeats has made lapld piogiess. New
castles nte found In all states ot the
I'nlon, and in this state twenty-two
It has deRtees of inllltniy rank and an
older with lnsuiancc attached.
A castle was organized after Mr.
"Williamson's address to be Known as
the "Pioneer City" castle. The follow
ing are the newly elected olllcers:
Chaplain, John Kenwood, select past
commander, J. 13. Vreelnnd; alternate,
Walter Mills, sir knight commander,
John Price, vice commander, J. K. Sle
glo, fltst lieutenant, D. P. Moigan,
tieasujcr, Andiew Uooth; lecordlng
scribe, V. U Thomas; os-slstant, J T.
How aid; financial sccrotaiy, Kdwln
r.llght; Inside guaul, William Thomas,
outside guard, Thomas E. Kichards;
thief of staff, Abiam Jacobs; assistant,
i:van T. Richards, trustees for eighteen
months, William Hughes; lor twelve
months, John E. Matthews; foi sl
months, James O. Moigan.
A large number of sir knights of Lu
zerne and Lackawanna, counties will
be piesent to aid In the Institution. A
vote of thanks was extended to Thomas
Lee, of Jeimyn castle, foi his interest
In the new society.
ENTERTAINMENT'TO BE GIVEN
This Etonins lty tho Women's Ite
Tho Women's Relief coips have ai
:anged the, following piogroinme to
be ghen this eeninu in connection
w lth the suppei :
Opening addiess J. M. Alexander
Piano solo Lena Broiifcou
Recitation Eail Has cock
Sadie Miller and Mina Fiank
Recitation Maltha Kaidb
Mandolin and gultai duet,
Mtssis Hunt nnd Fo
Selection Magnolia Quaitette
Recitation Helen Patterson
Zlthei solo Piofessor Ciowell
Recitation Little Miss Knnpp
Vocal &olo Ida Snirtei
Some additions will be made to the
pi ogi amine.
flliss Ifrnis Entcrtiun!.
Friday evening Misb Floience Kralg
ontPit.ilned a number of hei young
fi lends at her pleasant home on Arch
bald stieet, It being her tenth blithday
The evening passed pleasantly In games
and other amusements. At S o'clock io
fieshments were seied. Among those
piesent weie: Misses Rose Sheiier,
Cella Tallman, Nellie Downing, Get tie
Kiaig, Maud luiggs, Tessie Bains,
Giacle Elston, Amy Shelley, Martha
Keglar, Ruth Golden, Cliaille Alexan
der, Oscar Huntei, Josle Sheirer, Mui
x ill Ransom, George B-ilggs, Geoige
Alexander, Geoige Shelley, On in Keg
lar, Guy Chapman, Munlll Filsbie and
Lester Fiisbie. The young liostess was
the leclplent of mnny beautiful pres
ents. Mesdames Rett Golden and
Chailes Keglar assited in enter tain
lng. The Mitchells' I'nir.
On rildny evening theAichbald Hose
company and the William Walker Hose
company, of Mayfleld, weie piesent at
the Watt building, wheie the Mitchell
leeelved their filend. Satuiday even
ing was the last nlsjht of the fair and
a veiy largo number was in attendance
The following pi ogi amine was tan led
out: Instiumentnl selections, WlUon
and Ginmer; Instrumental selections,
Melvin nnd Maxwell; Italian sketch,
Octal lo Williams; comic sketch, Hen
ly Battle, iecitation, Voias Knalf;
tenoi solo, John Eans.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES.
Miss Esther Moses is visiting in this
Miss Clara Mnioney, who has been
visiting In this city forseveial months,
has returned home.
Edwdrd Haitwell, of Cottase stieet,
is enteitalnlng his mother, Mrs. Will
lam Hartwell, of Binglmmton.
William Dllts has returned from a
visit In Wllkes-Baire.
Mr. and Mrs. George Chapman and
son, Guy, aie vlsitlnir friends in Hor
nellsville. Mis. Emily Porter has been granted
a pension. Her husband, who died last
fall, seived duilng the civil war.
Mrs. E. J. Balsley ia 111 at her home
on River street.
K. P. Banks, who lias been on his
vocation In this city, lias returned to
St. Marj's seminary, Baltlmoie. Fath
er Grlfiln accompanied him.
The Misses McCourt, of Scianton,
visited Mis. A. F. Glllis, of Paik Place,
The New Century club will entertain
their husbands and gentlemen fi lends
this evening at the-home of Mrs. L. A.
Rassett, on Lincoln avenue.
Erie Case, of Unlondale, was in town
Miss Sadie Miller, who has been vis
iting in Prompton, has returned home.
Misses Belle Connor and Lettle Dix
on, of Avoca, aie vlsitlnir In this city.
Mis. J. S. Bassett, of Thorn ave
nue, Is entertalnlnir Mrs. F. W. Day.
George Mills, of Lincoln avenue. Is
Miss Margaret Maule, a graduate of
the Metiopolltan College of Music of
Wall Paper. . . .
All the latest designs and colorings
for the spring trade. We guarantee
our prices the lowest.
49 UCKJL AVNUE.
the Univetslty of New York, has taken
up her residence In this city and will
ojganlze a music class. She Is a pupil
of Dudley Ruck's and comes highly
Mrs. Geoige Vnn Keuren, of Passaic,
N. J., Is visiting1 friends in town.
Miss Sadie Sweeney, of Archbnld,
spent Sunday with friends In town.
Invitations have been Issued to a so
cial to be given by Professor Taylor's
dancing class next Friday evening In
the Burke building,
Dr, Gnidner, of Soranton, was In town
T. 13. Golden, ot Barton, N. Y Is vis
iting friends In town.
John Abbott, of Wllkes-Barie, spent
Sunday in this city.
Mis G. 11. Sampson is enteitnlnlng
Miss Jeanette McFee, of West Pitts
ton. Russell Jones Is ill at his homo on
Miss Han let Berry is visiting friends
Jonathan Dawson Is confined to his
home by Illness.
Mrs. L D. Wolfe is enteitnlnlng Miss
Belle Penwaiden, of Honesdnle.
Hon. J. F. Reynolds Is able to bo
aiound again after an attack of gilp.
Miss Mamie Kcough is enteitnlnlng
her cousin, Miss Tessie Cleary, of Dun
more. Miss May Murrln, of Wayne street,
Is the r''est of friends In AVIlkes-Baire.
Miss Minnie Marcy has l etui tied
home after an extended visit with
friends In Sheunan.
Miss Josephine lluir, of North Chinch
stieet, Is enteitalnlng Miss Blidsall, of
Dr. nnd Mrs. C. T. Meaker are con
fined to their home with the grip.
Misses Daisy Karris and Maiy Rey
nolds, of Wyoming seminary, were the
guests of Mis. J. F. Reynolds over Sun
day. Mrs. Buckingham, of Lincoln ave
nue, who has , been visiting friends 'In
Wavmatt, has returned home.
Miss Lbzie Caiey. of Iljdo Paik,
visiting Miss Allda Nealon.
A most plensant social event was the
suipilse blitlidny patty that was ten
deied Miss Nellie, daughter of Mr. and
Mis J. F. Tailor, at her home on Main
stieet on the occasion of ther twenly
thltd birthday on Satuiday evening. A
pleasant incident of the gatheilng was
the presentation of n costly lancy
book case. Vocal and instrumental
music by Messis. James E. Watklns,
John F. Tubb, William Jones and
Thomas D. Edwnids added greatly to
the pleasure of the gatheiing. After
seeial houis of amusement and games
delicious refreshments were seived
Those piesent were: Mr. nnd Mis.
John F. Tubbs, Ml. and Mis. B. O.
Jones, Mr. and Mis. Robert Llewellyn,
Mr. and Mis. Harry Smith, Ml. and
Mrs. J. F. Tajloi, Mrs. J. L. Giililths,
Misses Annie Rose, Sarah Samuels,
Maiy A. Lewis, Ll7zle Bow en, Roselna
Jones, Olwen How ells, Nellie T.ijlor,
Maiy Jenkins, and Messis. James E.
Watklns, Thomas D. Edwards, Ean
G Evans David Bow en, William Reese,
William H. Thomas and William Jones.
D. G. W. P. William J. Thomas Insti
tuted In a new division undei the grand
division Sons of Tempeiance Satuiday
evening at Hjde Paik with twenty-one
chaiter membeis. The Emblem nnd
Williams divisions assisted in the In
stitution. Mr. Thomas O'Boyle, of Scianton,
called on Tayloi fi lends yesteiday.
Postofllce houis today, Washington's
birthday, fiom 9 to 10 a. m. and 1.30 to
2 30 p. m.
Miss Jennie Biundnge, of this place,
vlslteu l datives in Peckville on Satui
day. A lepiosentative of the Pennsylvania
Silk comypany came to this town the
latter patt of last week and on the way
fell Into conveisation with lepiesenta
tlves of the Taylor boaid of tiade. He
said he was going tlnough the countiy
in seaich of a new location fur the Com
paq's mills Like all industries seek
ing new locations he wanted ovei lines
fiom the place In which he was to be
established. He has made pioposltlons
to the board of ttade of this town
and has leeelved encouingeinent.
The employes of the Gieenwood, Jer
mvn and William Connell mines le
eelved their monthly earnings for Jan
uaiy on Satuiday.
Mis. John Conley, of this place, vis
ited relatives at Hyde Paik yesteiday.
Today a laige number of Taylor peo
ple will attend the Avoca eisteddfod,
at which Rev. Dr. II. II. Han Is, of this
place, will adjudicate on lecltations.
A paity of fi lends of Miss Laura
Monls tendeied her an agteeable sui
pise paity at her home at Noith Tay
lor on Satuiday evening. The evening
was pleasantly spent In vaiious amuse
ments until a late hour, after which le
fieshments weie seived. Those present
were: Misses Emma Pollaid, of the
South Side, Martha- Lewis, Coibetta
and Ruth Evans, Beitha and Maiy Da
vis, Saiah J. Hughes, Satali Winters,
Amelia Lewis, Lauia Mori Is, Emma
Monls, Maiy Jane Bevan, Maiy J.
Nicholas Annie Harris, Susie Powell,
and Messrs. Morgan Hauls, Lewis
Reese, David Davis, Evan Davis, John
John Thomas, John Grifllths, Will
lam J. Hosklns, William Monls, Moi
gan Maish and Joseph Williams, of
Wlkes-Bane; David Evans, William
Moigans, J. H. Evans, O. and D Jones
Rosser Davis, D. Alexander, R. Chale,
John r. Evans, of Piovidence.
Miss Celia Mnioney, of Avoca, was
the guest of Miss Annie O'Hoio Sun
day. The schools w 111 be closed today.
The threatened ciusade against the
South distilct election boaid is appar
ently a big bluff.
Patrick Flannery, who enteied Dr
Thompson's pilvate hospital a week
ago to undergo tieatment for n dislo
cated ankle, is rapidly improving and
his numerous fi lends expect to see him
aiound in a few days.
Miss Maiy J. Loughney Is visiting
f i lends In Carbondalo.
Miss Cella Nnllln Is spending a few
dajs with her sistei , Mis. M. J. Eagan,
Miss Kate Jeff lies spent yesteiday
with filends in Plains.
Miss Mary Eagan Is visiting fi lends
Fiom appearances the entei prising
young men who shine In the constella
tion of Scranton nevvspaperdom ate
evidently hankering for a reputation
as mlnoi lty sci earners, Yestet day's Is
sues of the Woild and News in lefer
tlng to election, dealt with Mlnookn
with unsloved hands. The fonner
ci led fraud, while the latter yelled
boodle and coiruptlou.
Miss Lucy Cooke, of Dalton, Is vis
iting her cousin, Miss Ellen O'Hata, of
Stafford street. .
To Trent n Itlnck Kvc.
This Is usually causfnl by a blow, If at
tended with inllammutlon and pain, wash
tho eye often with very warm vvutei, in
which is dissolved a little carbonate of
soda, or with equal parts of tinctuiu of
opium and water. If tjie, pain be ucute,
foment with a decoction of stramonium
leaves, slmmeVed in spirits. Wash tho
eye and bind on the leaves; repeat often.
JERHYN ' $
No doubt Tho Tribune's readers
minds t everts to thlskdny In hlstoty,
ns being the nnnlversaiy of Geoige
Washington's blithdaj, and well It
might, for who dtseives more ciedlt
and respect than he who bote the io
cord, "Flist In peace, fltst in war, nnd
flist In the heatts of his countiytnen."
George Washington's educntlon In the
Indifferent local schools, extended only
to rending, writing, arithmetic, book
keeping and land surveying, then an
Impoitant acquisition. It wns one of
ills aims to be a gentleman and when
otilj 13 j cats of age wiote, for his own
use, 110 maxims of civ Ulty and good
behavioi. At the age of 1U, at the be
ginning of the seven yeats' war, he was
appointed ndjutnnt of the provincial
tioop, with the lank of mujoi ; In 1751
lie made his only sen voyage a trip to
Baib.idoes with his btothoi, Law
lence, who died soon nftei, nnd left
Geoige heir to his estates nt Mount
Vetnon. Tho news of the battle of
Lexington (April 19, 1775), called the
country to aims, and Washington, then
a member ol the continental congiess,
wns elected commniider-lii-tiilef by
that body, and pn December 23, 17S3.
the Independence of the thliteen colon
ies achieved, he tetlted from the atmy
to Mount Veinon, which ho hnd, din
ing tho eight yeais of wat, but once
visited. He refused pay, but kept a
minute account of his petsonnl ex
penses, which weie telmbursed by con
giess. On April 30, 179S, he was In
augurated piesldent of the United
States at New Yoik, nnd serving for
two tonus In this olilce, he lefused to
accept a tlilid teim. In 1797, when
theie aiose a dlliloulty with Fiance,
thieatenlng hostilities, he was appoint
ed lieutenant geneial and commandei-In-chlef.
On the 12th of December,
1791, being exposed to the cold and
snow and was attacked witn acute
larvngitls, of which he died on De
cembei 14, 1799. Washington was G
feet 2 inches high, with blown hnlr, blue
eves, Ijisc head and strong arms; a
bold and giaeeful llder and huntei;
attentive to his peisonal appeal ance
and dignltj, giaclous and gentle,
though at times cold and leseived, and
was an exemplaiy member of the
Chutch of England.
Todav being a legal holldav, the Jei
myn postotllce w 111 ,be ouen the follow
ing houis: Moinlng, 10 SO to 11.45, af
ternoon, 2 30 to 3.30.
The Giand At my men, Sons of Vet
erans and the Sons of Veteians drum
coips leave this motntng.for Shlckshin
n, to paitlclpate In a 'celebiatlon at
that place today.
Mis. John E. Humphrey Is slowly lm
ptovlng. Miss Lauia Jenkins, of Plttston, who
fonneily lesided In Jeimyn, is visiting
ft lends In town.
Miss Maiy Menick, of Second street,
is visiting her biother, Robert, in
Miss Reddington, of Olyphnnt, Is vis
Iting'Miss Maggie Sullivan, of May
field. Mi. Bert Trim, of West Plttston, Is
visiting his sistei, Mis. T. B. Ci aw fold,
on Second stieet.
Mis. A. W. Cooper, of Haw ley, Is vis
iting f i lends In town.
Mr. nnd Mis. Kirlin, of Scranton,
spent Sundav with their daughter, Mis.
John F. Nicholson.
Miss Edith Vocste and Messrs. Ed
w In Mellow and James Reilley, spent
Sunday in Paisons.
Bom On Febiuary 21, to Mr. and
Mis. William J. Bergan, a son.
Mrs. Fied Faatz, of Mayfleld, Is seil
Ravmond, the little son of Mr. and
Mis. Joseph Soby, is suffetlng with
Sermon Delivered by Rev. S. C. Simp
kins at the First Methodist
Church of Peckville.
Rev. S. C. SImpklns, pastor of the
ritst Methodist church deliveied a sea
sonable sennon last evening, taking his
text troin 2 Corinthians, 9th to lr.th
vet so, "God Is the Souice of All Our
Blesslnprs." In tho couise of his re
turn ks Rev. Slmpkins said.
This ought to be a time of universal
thanksgiving to Almighty God foi his
unspeakable gift to us, when from ev
ety coiner of our beloved land comes
grateful and devout woishipus sink
ing their songs of ptalse and voicing
in pinjertht upwllllngs"of theii heatt,
listening to the ptoclaimed woid of
ItGV S. C. SIMIMCINS.
God and leniembeiing all his good gifts
to us as a people, The red tokens of
eai til's bountiful yleldings, the unln
tenupted whir of industilal wheels,
the eloquent stiohe of hammois, the
steady buzz of the baw, the busy gath
eilngs In tho marts of ttade, all these
speak of God's good gtace and favor to
us ab a nation. Neither In thought
nor in voice can we estimate the good
Most Torturing, DIofieurlngi
Of itching, burning, bleeding, scaly skin
and scalp humors Is Instantly relieved
by a warm bath with Cuticuka Soxr,
a slnglo application of Cuticuua (oint
ment), tho great bkiu euro, and a full doso
of Cuticuua Ufsolvest, greatest of blood
puritlurs and humor ouros.
Kkmedies speedily, permanently, and
economically cure, when all olso fails.
PnTTritPRca AirnCiiiu Coup ,ftPrnpt .notion.
oMllow to Cui Lvcr skin and llloud tlumorlri.
rurlflm ind ntiutlfWd tj
which has steadily come as the years
have rolled by to Us undeserving, ones.
The sun lias smiled, the clouds went,
the winds Rlghed, the earth hah yield
ed her increase, and eveiywheio pros
pet lty nnd blcsslncs have come to us,
It Is sadlv' true that In mnny homes
arc vacnnt chairs; death has come, ns
come lie w 111, nnd has sat as nil unbid
den and unw'Plcnmu guest nt the feat
to hush Its laughter nnd silence Its
song Disease and loss, nnd pains nnd
sonows have had their victims nniong
the mnny; but, as n nation, the com
monwealth and the community, we
have mn h for which t" bo s'nteful.
The minor chotds of sonow and woe
can only contribute to the perfection
of sweet haimony, after which many
dajs Is made lo sound fottli. It Is
when "wo have endured the weenlnr
for a night that Jov comelh In tho
morning." It Is when our hopes has
become ns ashes that God glveth
beauty; and, If soirow has come nlgll
out dwelling let us not miss the serene
joy, not debnr from our heaitp Inner
sanctum y Hint spirited complacency
which comes so like a balm to tho
wound; but, let us lepeat tonight in
one nnothei's presence, this blessed
cieed of the Christian chinch, that
"God Is good," that "He is the source
of all goodness and blessing," nnd "the
object of nil gloiy."
A little over one bundled vears ngo
those who were living In New Yoik
city saw n great commotion In the
hnrboi; Biltlsh soldiers weie liuny
lng to nnd fro and packing their be
longings, pi lor to their depaiture for
theli nntlvo land. When all was ready,
the sails weie flung to the breeze and
the enttte Biltlsh lleet started on their
Joutney to native England, and "pence,
sweet peace, floated ovei a free and
Independent people." That day New
York city witnessed one of the ginnd
est and most enthusiastic parades that
had ever been seen in the New Woild.
The long line filed out IUoadway, down
the Bowery, and on to the battel y;
then, swinging round, mnrched back
witli banneis Hying and music playing.
On teaching the cential city, with bon
fires eveiv wheie, and the denfonlng
thunder of cannons, a mass meeting
was held. Old men fell on each otheis
necks and wept, while joung men and
maidens shouted foi joy, nnd, although
the patli ot our revolutlonniy fatheis,
leading from Bunker Hill to Valley
Foige and Trenton was marked with
blodd, pilvation, and surfe'tlng and
death, jet, all tills made mote glorious
the wonderful victoiy which they had
achieved. Then, a new tepubllc with
the lmmortnl Wnslilngton at the helm,
started on a vovnge to national life.
The w heels of Industry began to spin
nnd for neailv three-uuniteis of n cen
tuty pence telgned, and piospeiity a
tonded; but, while oui fotefnthers pur
chased fieedom for the nation, they
did not kill the cankei wot in, and oe
tween eighteen bundled nnd fifty and
sixty the monster hnd giown Immense
lv, and was fast eating his way to the
veiy heatt of the nation. Trie walls
of llbetty which hnd been built by our
fatheis, at such a tiemendous sacil
flce, began to cratk and crumble. A
cloud would be seen gatheilng In the
Southern hoilzon which airse higher
nnd higher until it arched the heavens;
one end settled In the North, the other
In the South, the dreadful seieeeh of
the war-eagle was again hcaid in the
land. Fathers left their plows stand
ing In the fuirow, their planes on the
benches and hnmmeis on the anvil,
and impi luting a klsT on the 11ns of
heaitbtoken wives, nnd clasping Utile
chlldien in a lnt loving embrace,
lushed to the sunn) South In defence
of their home and native land; and
fout long jeais the ciah of Infantry,
and that teriifhc thundei of cannons,
which one mast heal to ieall?e how
dreadful It Is, was heard In our native
land. Thrse were tenlble dajs In
which four millions of brave boys in
blue and sia weie mnrshnlled In dead
ly comrnt, and when there weie elht
bundled thousand desolate hearth
stones In the lnnd, and a multitude
of widows and oiphnns and chil
lers motheis. But at last the terrific
thunderi censed, the smoke of battle
began to cleai nway and theie was a
lay of hpavens' own sun Hint pieiced
the daikness and began to dissipate the
gloom. The unpropitlous skies so long
as brass above the nation weie content
to melt to silent tents; but, there weie
scais on many bt easts, mounds on
many battle fields and vacant chalis
In many homes But the war-cloud
has been lifted, our cannons have been
rolled back into their resting places,
our iron-clads have disappeared, the
camp-fites have gone out, nnd lo, on
the hilltops with the beams of eveiy
moinlng sun, theli appeals the foui
gleams of our natlon'.s Using eloty.
The ejes of all nations nie uoon us;
some doubtless nie lujolclng at our
ptosperlty while pet haps otheis aie
watching us with envious eyes. Thev
watched us closelv while we weie
matching tlnough the flies of a wrath
ful wai; they have seen us emeiire
fiom the tenlble stilfe, chastened se
verely It Is true, but ulso, wiser, puier,
and sttonger than evei befoie, and It
is out pinjer that Ameiica shall yet
give to Hut ope and Asia, the Isles of
the Sea, and the whole woild, such a
sublime view of true republicanism of
Amcrlcm Inderipudence, nnd of the
tovalty of pilvate citizenship that shall
lead them up witli lapld step to a clv-
lUntlou that is higher, bilshtei and
inner tlinn nnj of which theli states
men, lefoimeis or poets ever dt earned
1 rem whence comes nil these bless-
HE (INDIGNANTLY)-AND DO YOU THINK IT RIGHT THAT A
MAN SHOULD SIT BEHIND A HIGH HAT AT THE THEATER ALL
EVENING AND NOT SEE THE PLAY?
"THAT DEPENDS UPON THE PLAY."-Llfe.
Copyilght, 1897, by Mitchell & Miller.
sotnu secondary cause ns the source
of our good, nnd, to toiget that the
lnjstmlous nnd paradoxical wot kings
of n peionnl providence are all about
us, operating we know not how nor
whv; thus, we foi get our true bene
fntnis nnd "ometlmes become s,u
plemely Indlffeictit to our sense of ob
ligation and defer until n later day the
s'Mvli'c nnd homage which Is due to the
giver ot nil good. Hut the devout soul
today ns did each undent wot thy hes
itnteji not a moment to nsctlbe unto
God nil the honoi and gloiy for bless
ings special and genernl The etei
tiul word of God Is tepleto with such
ntkin iV'.tdgtments to the gicnt author
of nil good; ptophi'ts, pil"sts, kings
find uuostles, old men and muldeits,
joung men and chlldien all Join limine
grand do.xology In pinlse to God Even
natine has leal nod to thank the beno
flcient father nnd to this end day
unto day utteteth speech, while the
heavens declaie his ptnlse. The na
tions nio beginning to see God, not
any more as a Judge, stem nnd Im
placoble, but as a tender, loving Fath
er, abounding in metcy, who wills not
the' death of any but would tejolee
In the salvation of nil men God is
good; let tho mind of man forget It
novel ; let the soul cease not to confess
Ills goodness, lot the glad news of
l'ie warin-heni ted love of God bo
btoupiit to every clouded cheeiless
heart; lot the echo of tilts' iithmlc,
dulcet chime drown all discordant notes
ot woe, and mingle with evety sound
of gladness, nnd tipple In Its melodious
couise until joy shnll How in eveiy
hcnit and home; until manhood shnll
be redeemed fiom the curse, nnd wo
manhood shall attain unto Mndonnn
hk" put lty; until lnughlng chlldien
and cooing babes shall wonder at
motheis' cheeiful face, and nil the
woild shall know that God is uood,
and that In His love ho has come to
save all men.
Wirat does the wot Id owe Jesus
ChrNt, God's own unspeakable gift 7
Eatk would hnve been the woild In
deed had not the morning star arisen
upon It; lost would have been the best
of men had not Jesus come to save.
Compare the ancient and effete clvlll
rntlon with that of today, place side
by side the world of yoie vvlio know
no Chi 1st nnd whose Idens of God were
etude and the woild of today knowing
as It does much of Chiist's dottotlne
nnd pi noticing as It does much of this
system, the compnilson will affoid
tunny an Interesting and piofltable te
llcctlon, which may not be discussed
line at this time, but we cannot pass
without noticing some of the cieat
changes which have come to us tlnough
Chi 1st Obseive the condition of wo
man today. Woman was not In ancient
davs as she is today, the (iiieen of the
home, the honoied equal of mnn, and
the constiuctor of our highest nnd
holiest Intel ests A woild who knew
not Chi 1st could not see the vnlue of
the tieasure which God had given In
primeval Adam Diudgeiy, Ignomlng,
slavet y, and woise than slaveij was
the lot of woman then, and, Indeed to
day, the nations who know not Chi 1st
have not ndvnnced, as legaids their
tieatment of woman. The kingly man
of Nnzeieth has lalsod woman to her
piesent position as queen of the home
and Idol of the heait. Chi 1st has
made possible a rioience Nightingale,
a Fi ancle Ridley Havergal, a Han let
needier Stovve, a Fiances E Wlllard,
and a Lady Hemy Someiset. Oil,
mothers, wives, daughteis, sistei s, le
lolce and thank God heaitilj fiom the
deep of joui soul.
What does Ameiica owe Chi 1st9
God's hand has been over our nation
from its earliest liotiod until the pies
ent. Our destiny is w lth God alone. It
was the honoilng hand of tho omnlcl
ent God that guided the tluee Spanish
cockle-shells acioss the main foui hun
dred yeais ngo; It was the hand of
Almighty God that tested on the holm
of the Mayflower, and moved the mm
and enthused the lieaits of those Pil
word nnd action
li om the blood; every neive, muscle,
Ijoiic, oigan and tissue depends on tho
blood for its quulitv nnd condition.
QrtfiMctf Tlicro-forc ptuo
OpriHg blood i absolutely
BWfleaiCme living and healthy
bodies. Hood's Snrsapnrilla is thogreut
blood purifier and the best Spring
Medicine. Therefore- it is the great
cute for scrofula, salt rheum, liuinots,
sores, rheumatism, cntatih, etc.; tho
gteat nervine, stiength builder, appe
tizer, stomach tonic and legul.itor.
Is sold by all
six for $S. Prepired only by C. I. Hood & Co.,
Lowell, Mass. tict Hood's ami only Hood's.
Mood's PllS takeu utter illuucr aid dlgettlou.
111 fill- I
I 1 . - -
grim fathers to choose the austere
Plymouth Rock ns a landing place;
heie under heavenly gilldanco thete
tuose a new peopje, strong and dotet
mltied vvho were to give tone and
ntrve and conscience nnd backbone to
n new nation. This nation wns not
born In a dny; It grew rioin the ncpin
Inta the mighty onk. The men In 177(1
with the lmmoitnl Washington leadiui:
the ehnrge.wete struggling for henven
Itnplanted piincipnls, nnd they were
bound to win, nnd duilng all those tiy
lng times the God ot Amotion has
blooded over this child of piovldoneo
nnd brought her snfely tlnough foi
which we gloilfy Ills nnme; but, theie
nie public questions which confiont us
ns n people todnv: thev deinnnd our
Immediate attention and n nedy so-
lutlon. They will make or mar us nc
cotdlng as wo absolve them rightly or
othciwlse. The gloat natlonnl evlh the
legalized Uquoi Unfile, has its gilp up
on tlie nation; controls our stnte and
national leglslntuies; It must be tlnol
tled or It will tlnottle us.
Our educational Institutions need to
be guarded cnrefully as the children
of today are to be the fatheis and
motheis nnd strtesmen of tomorrow,
and already the low hollow growl of
the enemy of our public school system
can be heard, and In some of our
public schools the Word of God Is
Ignoied with disdain, and oui chlldien
nte being educated likewise No athe
ist or Infidel, mnn or woman, oi any
who do not believe In Ameilcn's Bible
and Amei lea's God, nnd will not honor
nnd tevero America's laws should be
nllnwod to tench lb Amei lea's schools,
onlv God-fearing men and Ctlst-llkt
women should be allowed to teach oui
chlldien for "It Is He that hath made
us what we nie today and to Him
belongs all the honoi and glory."
Always Reliable, Purely Vegeia'jb,
MILD, BUT EFFECTIVE.
Purely votretnhle, net without mln, ele
gantly coated, tnstelcss, small nnd oasy to
tako Hiidwiis'a Pilla naslst nature, stimuht
iiiR to healthful activity tho liver, bowels nnd
other digestive in gun leavln.' tho bowols in
a natural condition without any utter ellects.
All Liver Disorders.
RADWAY'S PILLS aro purely vogotablo
mild and lultuble (.nivsa Pe-rroot Ulttoitlor
comiileto absori.tlonand healthful rieularltr.
S3 cants u box. At Druggists, or by mall
Book of Advice" fre-o by mail.
RADWAY Sc CO.,
No. ss L"lm Street, New York.
ROOMS I AND 2, COM'LTH D'L'tTG,
miNING AND BLASTING
MADE AT MOOSIC AND RUSH
LAPLIN & RAND POWDER CO'S
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Bvttorios, Kloctrio Hxplodors for ex
plodlug blasts, fanfetj Fuse, uud
Repauno Chemical Co. 's
WOLF & WENZEL,
531 Linden., Opp. Court llous;,
PRACTICAL TINNERS and PLUMBERS
Solo Agents for Rlrlmrdson lioynton 3
I'uriiaces and Hangus.
n Win i A
In "Nottingham Curtains, Irish Point, Brussels, Cross
Stripe, Snow Flake Musselene rind Swiss (both plain and
Attention is particularly requested to our line of
Chenille and Tapestry Curtains and Table Covers, which
are offered at prices never before quoted in Scranton.
403 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Opp. iiliiin Untrancc to Wyoming House.
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
Special Attention Given to Business and Per
Liberal Accommodations Extended According
to Balances and Responsibility.
3f0 Interest Allowed on Interest Deposits.
421 LACKAWANNA AVU,
FOR THIS WEEK IN
Hi CHILDREN'S .III
AND LADIES' COATS, CAPE5 AND SUITS.
Such bat gains as vvc ofler, this week
nie worlhy of) our attention. Itmeatm
fine (-mile goods at about one-third
the co5t of iitantifactiitc.
The rollovvltu may give you a little
idea of some of the bargains:
Ono sninll lot of Misses' and
Children's Coats, assorted
sAu elopnnt Uouclo Coat,
liulf s'lk lined, shield front,
stylish collar, Season's price,
10.00. now . .'
A Fino Curl Persinn Cloth
Coat, Intebt cut. lined
throughout with lthndiuno
fillk. (Season's price $10.00,
An elegant Fiench Cntor
plllur Coat, lined throughout
With silk Sold in tho sea- CjK AQ
bou for J1C.00, now jjJ.JO
A bentttlful assortment of
Kersey Coats, sorao silk lined
throughout and some half
lined. Season's piieo, $8.00 00 ftO
nnd $10.00, now $Z. V 0
Z. WEINQART, Prop'r.
We want all the people
to know what hundreds of
our customers know, that
we have punctured pneu
matic prices, that our
goods are seasonable, that
our prices reasonable, and
that nobody is asked to
take an unsatisfactory
garment from our store.
W. J. DAVIS,
213 Wyoming Avenue.
I ( CONNELL CO.,
Gas, Plumbing and
Electric Light Wiring.
HOT WATER HEATING
434 LACKAWANNA AVE,