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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY JLORNINGr. SEPTEMBER 11, 1897.
ARE AGAIN IDLE
A Number of Foreigners Arc Opposed to
WORK MAY BE RESUMED TODAY
Trouble Is Thrcntcncd nnd Shcrlll
Smith Ilns Itcon Asked to Furnish
Deputies to Protect Thono Who
WorkAll Others of tlio Jcllorson
nnd Clcnrneld Conl Mining Com
pany Aro WorldiiR
Dubois, Sept. 10. The Rochester nmV
London mines were Idle again today hut
will work tomorrow unless Intimidation
and foroc are used by a few who still
desire to continue the strike. A number
of foreigners w.lio are opposed to re
sumption until the rittshui-K minors
return have been cnuslns trouble. The
dlhsatlnfactlon was so pronounced last
rilfiht, after one day's work, that the
pit committee considered It advisable to
call a mwjtlnff. The meeting wns held
this afternoon. The situation wns thor
oughly discussed and the miners were
addressed by General Manager Robin
son. A vote on returning to work or
ctrlke, favored work.
The dissatisfied foreigners threaten
trouble and Sheriff Smith was asked
this evening to furnish deputies to pro
tect those who want to woik. The
sheriff, however, Is in Pittsburg and
will not be able to send deputies until
some time tomorrow. In the meantime
extra police will be asked to serve. If
necessary, In protecting the miners who
want to work and the company's prop
erty. All other miners of the Jefferson and
Clearfield Coal Mining company are
working, ns pr the agreement entered
Into on Thursday.
PLUM CREEK AMAZON.
Annie I'ieln, Lender ol the Itlnrchcrs,
Clours the Track with u Club.
Pittsburg, Sept. 10. Two miners,
named John Hogan and Murray Sut
ton, employed by the New York Sc
Cleveland Gas Coal company, attempt
ed to Interfere with a sqund of
women, wives of strikers, who were
marching this morning at Plum Creek.
Hogan tried to push Annie Fiela, the
leader, off the road, when she knock
ed him down with a club, Inflicting a
painful wound on the head. The
women then continued their march.
A short time later a body of strikers
were stopped-near Center by a party of
deputies nnd ordered back to camp.
Rudolph Llzy, who was leading the
marchers nnd carrying an American
flag and refused to stop, was arrested.
Three others, who took Lizy's place,
were also arrested. The marchers An
ally turned back and the four men un
der arrest were sent to Pittsburg jail.
GANG'S LEADER A DETECTIVE.
This Pica in Court Saved Clinton
Nuwhtird from Prison.
Allentown, Pa Sept. 10 The de
fense that he was an amateur detec
tlve.and that he associated with thelves
to discover their crimes, secured the ac
fultal of Clinton Newhard on three
charges of burgarly In the Court today
Newhard was caught with a gang of
young burglars, who in Juno last rob
bed several Allentown stores; but his
novel plea got him off, although the
others swore that he was their leader.
Newhard's companions, Fred Goun
dle, 12dwnrd Miller, and Harry Ahner,
were convicted nnd sent to Jail for
term ranging from 18 months to three
PISTOL BALL FOR A PEACEMAKER.
lessen Interfered in n Quarrel and
Philadelphia, Sept. 10 Jesse Jesson, 3S
years old, of No. 1338 Hanley street,
was shot in the side by John O'Brien,
during a quarrel at the Philadelphia
& Reading Railway yards In Camden,
last night. O'Rrlen, who was drunk,
was quarreling with the yard master
when Jessen arrived, and, It is said,
tried to pacify them.
O'Brien, It Is alleged, pulled a re
volver and shot him. The wound Is
not dangerous. Jessen was brought
to the Pennsylvania Hospital,
COURT MILKED THE COW.
SiireWnyof Deciding as to llossy't,
Pittsburg, Pa., Sept. 10 Alderman
Eynon,. of this city, Is almost a Solo
mon In Judgment. John Kovlnskl
brought before his Honor a cow ho
had bought of Bernard Keller, and
claimed her milk was bad.
The Alderman stepped from his
Court room door and milked the cow.
If cood cream rises on the milk by
morning his Judgment will be for the
A most enthusiastic meeting was
held In Johnson hall on Wednesday
night when was organized the Law
rencevlllo Hose company. The organ
ization consists of forty sturdy volun
teers, fully prepared to prove their
purpose should occasion arrive. The
following officers were elected: PresN
dent, Wesley Johnson; chief of firo
department, M. M. Beam; foreman. J
w. Thornton; first assistant foreman
John Telford; second assistant fore
man, W. S. Jones; plpeman, John S,
Wlttlce; assistant plpemen, Morgan P.
Kor IlllloUKandXrvntl 1lcnril.iayili.h nu M'li.,1 n.,,1 l... o. ..... .. . .
i rtotA eon lfflhirr;,i?.cJl,e,M',0,i'ln.?Hv "f 1,rcn"V ;'lvencH, Blotches on 11 isk'ln, l"
I;',.,?,,,,, ? ..'..! .V..'uf ' I'l""'" " ll Nervous and Trembling Sensations, Ac., when those
"""'"n Hiiiiiii uraiiiiK iiiki uii .t:i'von
;V.. i ". : .M,luia huh jh no iicuon Kvery hiutercr U I'urnostlv invited to
iryojtBlKivortiiehel'llltf.undtiitv win iiAMCknnWiifv. , larnwiiyinviau 10
A WomnFRFMi MrniriMc.
WEAK STOMACH, IMPAIRED DIGESTION, DISORDERED LIVER
they act like magliu few closes will act wonders upon tho Vital Organs: strenethonln.r the
Muscular System, restoring the long lout rrimplox on, brlnsllitf baok the keen edioor unwS
H,.S. "d "rousing w It. the Rosebud of Health the whole phyilcalenertw of tho huinun
frame. These oro facts admitted ll.y thoiiHnmU In all classes of Society, undone of thoUiVt
Sn?"?u5S A?."!2in "X0S:2,,i3,.M,,lataa '" ,,wt ,,mham' mt h& "" Ktls..b.e0,
WITHOUT A RIVAL. Annual Sales over 6,ooo,ooo Hoxes.
28e. ut Drug Btpres, or will be Dent by U. H. Agent, I'. V. ALLEN A CO . 3tlil Canal mimai
Now oik, poil puld, upon receipt of price. Hook free tipon Application; ' anal 8lr6t
Lewis, Lewis Jenkins nnd John Ro
land; axemen, William Cruise nnd Tnl
lie Jenkins; tlllmnn, Thomas T, Lewis
and Robert Wllllce; recording secre
tary, Morgan W. Evnns; driver, John
Maddock; financial secretary, Wil
liam Jenkins; treasurer, Rudolph Good
well, They will run .their excursion to
Harvey's Lake on Saturday, the 25th
of this month.
Mr. Rolnnd, of Winter street, has a
severe cut on hlfl hand while following
his employment as a miner nt the
Lawrence shaft on Wednesday.
Mr. Reese J. Evans, of Taylor, has
been visiting friends hero the fore part
of the week.
ELKINS' BLUE ENVELOPE.
The Deputy Attorney Coucrnl Desires
to Know Why Ho Wux Bounced.
Harrlsburg, Sept. 10. The following
correspondence was made public to
night: Harrlsburg, Sept. 9. 1SOT. Hon. Jon 1.
Klkln, Deputy Attorney Uenernl. My
Dear Sir: I respectfully request your
resignation as deputy nttorncy general.
Truly yours, Henry C. McCormlck.
Harrlsburg, Pa., Sept. 10. Hon. Henry
C. McCou-mlck, Attorney) Gcnornl. My
Dear Sir: 1 am In receipt of your com
munication of the. 9th Inst., requesting my
icslgnatlon ns deputy attorney general
nnd I hereby tender the sune. 1 desire to
return my thanks for the many kind
nesses nnd courtesies received nt your
hands while olllclally connected with your
department. Inasmuch ns we have never
had any dlfllcultles, so far as 1 am aware,
except thosa of n political nature, 1 feel
that I am entitled to know the reasons
which actuated you 4n making your re
quest. I ask this not only for niyteir, but
for the Information of the public. Very
respectfully yours, John P. Elkln.
General McCormlck's reply calls at
tention to Mr. Elklns' conduct In sub
stance as follows:
Yo'u saw no Impropriety In Joining
with other public olllclaln In an obliga
tion to th state treasurer, during the
last session of the legislature, to protect
him against the payment of moneys
from the state treasury not authorized
by law. This wns In effect, nnd so In
tended, an agreement upon your part
and the others who Joined with you, to
Invite tho state treasurer to unlawful
ly disburse the puhllc funds, nnd If the
appropriation therefore by ths legisla
ture should fall by reason of executive
disapproval, that you and the others
joining with you would hold the treas
urer harmless. I cannot bring myself
to believe that an act of this character
can he justified upon any ground. To
agree that certain officers and employes
of tho legislature, not authorized by
any statute, should be- placed upon th
rolls, for the purpose of redeeming pol
itical promises, In greater numbers than
the places would Justify, cannot receive
my approval, and furnishes me ns I
believe a sufficient reason for severing
our official relations.
The attorney general tonight an
nounced that Colonel Wilbur F. Reeder,
of Cellefonte, had been tendered nnd
accepted the poslton of deputy attor
ney general. Governor Hastings said
that a successor to Genera, Frank
Reeder, of Euston, ns .secretary of the
commonwealth, would probably be an
nounced In the morning.
Government Officials nnd (J. A. R.
.lien Call nt Somerset.
Somerset, Pa., Sept. 10. President
McKlnley sat on the pretty lawn at the
Endsley residence most of the fore
noon and with him were Secretary Al
ger nnd Adjutant General Ruggles.who
arrived this morning. The former came
to confer with the president on Import
ant public business and the latter prob
ably to confer with the chief executive
concerning his retirement, which takes
place tomorrow. This afternoon Hon.
and Mrs. W. H. Koontz entertained nt
luncheon at their pretty home the
president and party. After the luncheon
Secretary Alger, General Ruggles,
Governor LoundC3 and Colonel Griffith
left In a special car. Attorney Gen
eral McKenna arrived this evening and
will spend tomorrow with the presi
dent. Over 100 members of the G. A.
R. marched to the Endsley residence
this evening to pay their respects to
the president and a large crowd of
citizens followed. Rev. J. C. Harkey,
speaking for tho veterans, welcomed
President McKlnley stepped to the
front porch and niade a brief address.
LOOKS LIKE MARTIN.
It Is Thnucht Tlint He Ilns Been
Tendered tho Secretaryship,
Philadelphia, Sept. 10. Governor
Hastings arrived in this city early this
morning nnd rumors Immediately be
gan to circulate that the object of his
visit was to tender the position of sec
retary of the commonwealth to David
Martin, the administration lender of
this city. Neither the governor nor Mr.
Mnrtln would admit that such was the
The governor left for Harrlsburg on
a late afternoon train, after which It
was stated on good authority that Mr.
Martin had been offered the secretary
ship and that ho will probably accept.
NEW TRIAL REFUSED.
Judge Senrln Denies tho .Motion .Undo
by Itocl.iifullow's Attorney.
AVilkes-Barre, Sept. 10. Judge 'Searle
of Montrose, who presided at tho re
cent trial of the nged ex-banker. F.
V. Rockafellow, at which the latter was
convicted n second time of embezzle
ment through the careless manner In
which ho conducted his wrecked bank,
filed an opinion In which he has re
fused n new trial to Mr. Rockafellow.
Tho district attorney wilt now set n
data when Judge Searle will come down
and sentence the ex-banker.
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v. '. ! niB llDli WILL UIVI3
A Child's Recovery
FROM PARALYSIS AND SIX YEARS OF CONVULSIONS.
Little Fannie Adams, of Umatilla, Cured of a Dreadful Malady
A Cure of Unusual Interest A Reporter Investigates.
Voni the Ijake
For some time past tho Lake Region hw
been receiving reports from Umatilla, Tin.,
of an almost miraculous euro that had been
effected In flic case of Fnimle Adams, n
daughter of A. J. Adams, of tlint place, nnd
lnt Saturday n representative of this paper
mado a trip lo Umatilla for the purpoo of
determining the authenticity of tlio same.
The family lire a chart dlstanca from the
village, where it wns found that tho people
were cognizant of the cure which had been
effected, nnd were rejoicing with the family
in their new found happiness. Tlio father,
A. J. Adams, is n hard-working honest
farmer from east Tennessee, nnd the family
camo to riorida four years npo In the hope
that a cliango of cllmnto would ho of benefit
lo their aflllctcd child. Much of their cum
Ings have gono for doctors bills, whoso f,cr
vices proved unavailing. Tlio representative
was greeted by Mrs. Adams, from whom lie
gained the story of her great trial.
Fannie, tho youngest child, wns born in
east Tennessee, nnd wns seven years old on
the third day of February, 1897. When ten
months old nho was stricken with paralvsls,
which nfTected tho entire left fide. This
stroko of paralysis was followed by convul.
Mons, mid from the time little Fnuulo was
ten mouths old until February, 181)7, thcro
wna not a single day or a night Unit, sho did
not have spasms of the most distressing
nature. Not a single convulsion, but nl
ways three or four, and sometimes us high
ns ten in ono day.
The family was nil broken down with
care, and Mrs. Adams states that for one
year she did not go into her kitchen lo super
intend her household work. All the fingers
of the right hand of tho little girl nro en
larged mid misshapen, rnused hy her bit
ing them during the fearful suffering. The
case hauled the (skill of the best physicians,
and they were frank to say that they could
TWO BOY HIQHWAYA.EN.
Only fulglit nud Ten Years Old, but
They Drive Oft" ii Posse.
Cherry Creek, N. Y Sept. 10. Two
boyp, not yet In their teens, defied a.
posse of men yesterday at the point of
revolvers, nnd after llrlng several shots
escaped to the woods. An effort to
capture them was futile. The lads are
George and Kleh Anderson, eight and
ten years old, who ran away from home
two month'? ago because their father
whipped them for disobedience. They
have be?n with a band of robbers who
have Infested this part of the county.
The ring-leader, Benjamin Brennan,
was caught recently and confessed, lie
paid that the Anderson boys were with
the gang and were well supplied with
inoncy and arms. They had $3S be
tween them and also revolvers and plen
ty of cartridges.
Charles Nelson captured the younger
of the boys yesterday after a chase. The
older brother pulled his revolver and
commanded Nelson to release his hold.
Nelson did so, and the boys went away
together. Then Nelson reported his ex
perience to tho neighbors, and Jack
son I'nrrlngton, Ed. Paine and Peter
McCloud followed the young highway
men. They chased them for some dis
tance, and when the boys h'ad run far
enough to suit them they turned, fired
five shots at their pursuers, took to tho
woods and are still at large.
ONLY THE FATHER ESCAPED.
All the Other .Members of His Family
lturncd Through His Act.
Chicago, Sept. 10. Charles Sayres,
upon reaching homo last night up
braided his wife because supper was
not ready. William, the elder son, took
his mother's part, and the father struck
the boy on the head with a lighted
lamp. Vedalla, the 20-year-old daugh
ter, attempted to save her brother from
tho father's violence, and she Is now
dying at St. Elizabeth's hospital, fright
fully burned. Mrs. Ellen Sayres, the
mother, and Burt, a 14-year-old son,
tried to rescue Vedalla, and they, too,
were severely burned. ,
William, the object of the father's
wrath, covered with blood and burned
also, was the fourth member of the
family to be cared for at the hospital,
while his father, unhurt, was locked
up at the West North avenue police
Cnptnin Scott oftho Clicnng Hi Tong
Shoots Himself as It tiocs Down.
San Francisco, Sept. 10. Tho British
steamer Cheang HI Teng, in the
Shanghal-Penang trade, foundered dur
ing a typhoon, while on the vnyago
from Penang to Shanghai, via Yokoho
ma, on or about August 15. Mate Cross
man and part of tho crew leached
Shanghai In one of tho ship's boatH af
ter having suffered untold horrots for
five and one-half days, during wrich
time they had neither food nor water.
Twenty-one at the crow, nine of whom
were whites, are missing.
Captain Scolt stood on the bridge,
when th'e steamer foundered, nnd just
ns the last I.i.&t pulled away, committed
bulclde by shooting himself In the hind
with a revolver.
HAS A VISION OF CALAMITY.
A Colored Prophet Wnrns His Pcoplo
nt Atlantic City.
Atlantic City, N. J., Sept. 10. Tho
colored people of this city are greatly
disturbed by the assertions of one of
their race, Rev. Andrew Jones, nev.
Jones has preached in sovernl West
ern cities, and predicted fatalities for
them because of their sinfulness.
He now says that he has had warn
ing of some great danger that threatens
this city, such as a tidal wave, a great
fire r some other calamity. Jones
says that ho came hero In obedience
to a vision. He claims to have pre
dicted the Johnstown flood and the
cyclone which destroyed so many lives
and so much property In St. Louis.
MARY ANDERSON'S S1NQINQ.
Will Not Go on tlio Concort Stage, but
Will Sing Onco lor Charltv.
London, Sept. 10. Mrs. Antonio F. do
Navarro (Mary Anderson) telegraphs
to tho Associated Press tlmt tho niuto
ment of the Dally Mall, to th effect
that she may appear on tlw concert
platform In London this uutunin is
Mrs. de Navarra adds that her only
effort In this direction will be tn singing
one evening In a small village for char
ity. Tobacco Will lie Admitted Free.
Washington, Sept. 10. The secretary of
tho treasury today held In a letter to tho
collector of customs at Plattsburg, N. V.,
that stemmed leaf tobacco exported from
Canada and then Imported Into the United
States Is not a manufactured tobacco
within tho meaning of the Internal reve
nue law and therefore Is not subject to
the duty equal to the Internal revenue
tax of six cents a pound, aseessed on man
ufactured tobacco. The tobacco will be
admitted free of duty,
Region, Eastls, Flo.
not determine the cause, or prescribe t.
remedy to aid the ollllcted child.
lint what a change now in that household:
for little Fannie has recently been released
from her six years of ngoy, which brings the
"glit of happiness to tho filers of tho parents.
In Janunry, Ibis year, Mrs. Adams, who
had purchased some of Dr. Williams' Pink
Fills, for 1'ale People for her fourteen year
old daughter, determined to try their effect
upon little Fnnule. After three or four
doses, she noted nn improvement nnd she
then told tho father Vihnt she had done.
He nt once went to the village nnd bought
another box, nnd up lo this time six boxes
linvc been used. The first pills, Mrs. Ailntns
states, were given In January, the latter part,
nnd certninly not earlier than the fifteenth
or twentieth, nnd the child had her last con
vulsion on February 3d, nearly three months
ago. Her general condition has improved in
every way, nnd it wns not a month nfter the
first pills were taken when oho began to walk
The pills wcro bought nt the drug store
of Dr. Shelton, in Umatilla. In answer to
the question, did he, to his personal knowl
edge, know that tho remedy had benefited
Fannie Adams, ns was stated by her patents,
tho doctor said that he wns a regular practicing
physician, and ns such was loth to recom
mend nny proprietary medicine, but still he
was ready to iloiustico to nil men, and ho did
know that Dr. Williams Pink Pills for.Palo
People had benefited Fannie Adams, and nlso
volunteered tho information tlint ho knew of
other children in the village who bad been
benefited bv their use.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Talc People
nrc sold by nil dealers, or will be sent post paid
nn receiptor price, 0 cents n boxj or six boxes
fur $2.50 (they are never sold in bulk or by
the 100) by addressing Dr. Williams' Medicine
Co., Schenectady, N. Y.
now a nitAVi: ciul miitt. ej
To Suvo Others She Shielded flic
:iunt Powder from Fulling Fire.
From tho San Francisco Call.
She lived In Placer county, not far
from where the pretty town of Au
burn now stands, for It happened
tunny years ago. In tho early '60's,
and I expect that but few now re
siding there have any recollections of
the affair. The family, consisting of
father, a miner, her mother and little
brother, dwelt In a small shanty erect
ed under cover of a convenient ledge.
Tho shanty was a miserable structure
of two rooms, but It hold what many
a grander dwelling failed to contain, a
loving household. The mother lay sick
with the fever, and Carmen, then a
girl of 12, performed the drudgery of
the house. Her little brother, a curly
headed romp of 5, was Carmen's great
responsibility. The father was away
from early morning until late at night
at his work, and so the little hands of
1C found plenty to do. In common with
the custom of miners, the. father kept
a store of giant powder In the house,
which In the present case was con
tained In ft sack placed in an old wood
en box that stood at the foot of the
bed, where lay the sick mother. The
upper part of tho shanty, under the
sloping board roof, was utilized as a
storage place for old dunnage.
One night the father was absent in
tho mine. By some menus the shanty
took fire, probably from tho cracked
and defective abode chimney. Carmen
awoke to find that the roof was afire
and sparks dropping down. Springing
up she loudly crlfd to awaken her
mother and Tommy, but tho little boy
became frightened and hid his head
beneath the covers of his bed. Carmen
sprang to lift him from the bed, when
she saw the shower of sparks falling
upon the powder box. Recognizing the
awful danger, she attempted to leave
the child for the moment and carry
out the powder, but In her excitement
she caught her foot In the overhanging
bedclothes and fell to tho floor, break
ing her thigh bone. Unable to arise, tho
brave girl crawled to tho box of pow
der and, drawing herself up, covered
the box with hcv body. The- mother hnd
by this time succeeded In getting out
of bed and getting outside tho now
furiously burning shanty, nnd managed
to take with her her little boy.
The cries of Carmen: "Oh, take Tom
my out, won't you!" turned for a time
the mother's thought from her daugh
ter's danger. The fire had aroused some
of the neighbors, who speedily ran to
the burning shanty and lent what aid
they could. Carmen was discovered and
removed. Her rescuers found her al
most burled beneath a mass of burn
ing cinders, her back frightfully
burned. Tender hands boro her to a
neighboring shanty, where all that
could be done to alleviate her suffer
ings was eagerly bestowed. But hu
man aid cama too late. The brave- lit
tle spirit lingered until the following
day and then departed for a brighter
land. It was not known until after she
had recovered consciousness, a short
time before she died, that she had
broken her leg. Her last words were:
"Kiss me, Tommy, my dear; I've saved
you, and I'm so happy,"
Compcrs nt Washington.
Washlnston, Sept. 10. President (lorn
pers, of tho American Federation of La
bor, returned to Washlnston from In
diana today. 'Mr. Gompers stated that ho
had called a meeting of tho executive
council of tho order to bo held hero Sep
tember 20, nt which the miners' situation
will bo fully considered should tho strike
lust until then.
WANTED TO HUY.
WANTKD TO ni'Y A PONY I'AHT AM)
liarncfHi. Must bo In cood condition
Address OKO. D. IIHOW.V, City.
MONEY TO LOAN. '
150,000 TO LOAN' ON' CITY HKAL ES
tnte. Amounts of 0,00(1 nnd upwards.
Low rate of Interest. HKYNOLIW, Jlears
ITiKTATEOFPOTKlt WINTKI1, LATK OF
XU tlioHornuKliori'iinmorc.County of Lnclt
awanna mid Mate of Peniis.vlvuuln.doceiised.
Letters testamentary upon tlio utiovo estate
having been granted to the undersigned, nil
persons having claims or di'iuunds ugiilntit
tho Hililestato will present them for payment,
and those Indebted thereto will please make
tniinedlute payment to
11. Willi 11. ni.MNI,
MILTON W. LOWItY,
STKKKTKH I.OWIIY, Uxecut
Attorneys tor usuuo.
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X ono horse, dark brown; will bo bold nt
public sale Kept, in, tit S..10 p. in., If not
called for before that doto, V. C, MILLiAHD,
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
X ten, formerly conducted by Mlis Hoard
mun, will be reopened by Miss Pratt and
.Miss Wilcox on Monday, Sept. 13, at lllft
Mulberry street. I'or terms or other Inform
ation, uddress or apply at uio Mulberry Ht.
Cent a Word
Are read by
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AAA. WANTKD MEN AND WOMEN,
yoiincnndolil, to work for ns In their
own homes In spare time, day or evening;
we pay 810 to 8l(i per week! no canvassing;
nny child can do tho work; send address to
day; we semi work at once. H. A. QHIPP,
Dept. 2r0, Tyrone, l'o.
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close stamp for reply. ACME IMP. CO.,
Llpplncott ilulldlnff, Philadelphia.
tors; 8io per ,Ocin; particulars and
samples, lOe. CRESCENT CHEMICAL CO.,
(Mat. 15.) Montana Street, Chicago.
"WANTED-MEN TO CANVASS FOR
fast selling l!."i-cent nrtlcle that any
one can sell that can sell anything. Room
tl, Dime Bank.
WANTED AGENTS-STn PER MONTH
and expenses pold active men if right;
floods sold hy sample only; samples, also
lorse and carriage furnished KllEE. Ad
drebs JOHUKR, Box fi3U8, Boston, .Mass.
SALESMEN SCHOOL SUPPLIES: COUN
try work; fiou salary monthly, with
liberal additional commissions. It, O.
EVANS & CO., Chicago.
WANTED--AN IDEA. WHOCANTHINK
ofsomoBlinplu thing to patent? Pro
tect your Ideas; they may tiring you wealth.
Wrlto JOHN WEDDERBUHN & CO., Dept.
C. an, Patent Attorneys, Washington, D. C.,
for their SJ800 prize oiler and list of 1,000
X7"ANTED-AS AGENT IN EVERY SEC
it lion to canvass; SI. 00 to $5.00 a day
made; sells at sight; also a man to sell Staple
tioods to dealers; best side line S75 a month;
salary or large commission made: experience
unnecessary. Clifton Soap and Manufactur
ng Company, Cincinnati, O.
7 ANTED WKlkNOWN MAN IN
every town to solicit stock subscrip
tions; n monopoly; big money for agents; no
capital required. EDWARD C. FISH 4 CO.,
Borden Block, Chicago, 111.
Advs. Under This Dead One Cent a Word.
rANTED-MIDDLB AGED COLORED
Y woman for general housework, good
cook, to sleep homo nights. 418 Mlllltnuve.
LADIES-I MAKE hufVAOEfTlJoiNa
pleasant home work, nnd will gladly send
full particulars to all sending 2 cent stamp.
MI8S M. A. HTEBBINS, Lawrence, Mich.
7ANTKDLADY AGENTS IN SCRAN-
? ton to sell nud Introduce Snyder's cake
Icing; experienced canvasser preferred: work
permanent and very prolltable. Write for
piutlcularsut onco mid get benetlt of holiday
trade. T. B. SNYDER A: CO., Cincinnati, 0.
J ANTED IMMKUIATELY-TWO ENER
' getlo Fiileswomen to renreseut us.
Guaranteed SO n day without Interfering
with other duties. Healthful occupation.
Wrlto for particulars, enclosing stnmp,
MANGO CHEMICAL COMPANY; No. 72
John street, New York.
Advs, Under This Head One Cent a Word.
VOUNO GENTLEMAN SEEKS A QUIET
J. and refined hoarding placo not more
than six minutes' walk from public library.
Address M, II. M., Tribune olllro
A UCTION TONIGHT; 7.HO O'CLOCK.
V llleyclo sundries and storo fixtures.
Chase Karrur, Mn Linden street. J. W.
CHIROPODIST AND MANICURE.
CORNS, BUNIONS AND INGROWINO
nulls cured without the leust pain or
drawing blood. Consultation and advice
given tree, K. M. HETZEL, Chiropodist
U30 Luckuwanna avenue. Ladles attende
at their residence If desired. Charges moded
Ml 1 ti W M M
CONNOLLY 1 WALLACE. 1
THE REMOVAL SALE
Goes on with increased vigor as the
time for moving draws near. We expect
that we will be settled in the new place
in about two weeks.
In the meantime, we're going to give
you greater inducements than ever to buy
Dry Goods. Every department in the
store is especially attractive now with its
sprinkling of New Fall Goods.
And the prices on. all lines from one
end of the store to the other are so ex
tremely low that you cannot afford to let
this opportunity pass. Prices are on the
jump, jump, jump, and a little later you'll
pay a great deal more for your Dry Goods
than we will sell them to you now for.
Call and see us before we move and
pick up some of the best bargains of your
CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
7E DON'T WANT BOYS OR LOAFERS
t to wrlto ns; but men of ability with
small means; $200 to Sfioo per month, sal
ary or commission, to state agents and gen
eral managers. RACINE FIRE ENGINE
CO., Ltd. Haclne, Wis.
AGENTS-FACTORY CLEARANCE SALE
high grndo '07 bicycles, former price
87fi. now $21, to mako room for '08 models.
Selling fast, order quick one or more THE
ALPINE CYCLE M'F'G CO., Cincinnati, O.
novel; perceptible merits nnd great de
mand: makes quick sales. Address W. II.
K. M'F'G'R., Davenport, la.
LONDIKE AGENTS WANTED FOR
largo illustrated uook or Klondike, five
hundred pages; price 81 so: outfit 10c. Ad.
dress NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO,, Lake,
side Building, Chicago, III.
RELIABLE AGENTS WANTED; NO
other need apply. Box 130, Scrantou,
WANTED-AGENTS TO SOLICIT BUILD
lng nnd Loan stock; relerenco re
quired. Address PKNN, rare Tribune.
WANTED-SOLIC1TORS; NO DELIVER
lng, no collecting; position permanent!
pay weekly; state age. GLEN BROTHERS,
Rochester, N. Y.
AGENTS WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO
do about Safe Citizenship price f 1. Go
ing by thousands. Address NICHOLS,
AGENTS-TO SELL OUR PRACTICAL
gold, silver, nickel and copper electro
plasters; prices from $3 upward; salary and
expenses paid; outfit free. Address, wltn
stamp, MICHIGAN MFG CO., Chicago.
AGENTS-TO SELL CIGARS TO DEAL
ers; $26 weekly and expenses; experi
ence unnecessary. CONSOLIDATED MFG
CO., -18 Van liuren St., Chicago.
SALESMEN-TO TRAVEL SELLING CI.
gars; salary and expenses paid good
men: experience unnecessary. MANHAT
TAN CIGAR CO., Fort Wayne, Ind.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
T.-OU RENT-12 ROOM HOUSE IN 000
J1 block on North Washlngron avenue;
nil modern improvements. WALTER
HOUSlif FOR RENT-ALL MODERN 1M.
provements; possession given Immedi
ately; rent to commence Oct. 1. Apply to
O. W.JENKINS, Druggist.
T70R RENT-ON OCTOBER 1, HOUSE OF
J 7 rooms, hot and cold water, 1227
Short avenue. Inquire nt 1220.
I?OR RENT THREE UNFURNISHED
' rooms, with use of hath and heated by
furnace. Inqulro nt 310 Madison avenue.
Advs. Under This Mead One Cent a Word.
I70R SALE-A FINE YOUNO SPAN OF
' dark chestnut horses. For description
Inquire at Everett's Stuble, Dlx Court, Scran
tou. 70R SALE-FINE TRAP CHEAP. IS J
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
Desirous of retiring, the owner of a Ann
truck farm, or stock aud dairy farm, situate
l1-, miles from Rlcnmond. Vn , In the forks
of two turnpikes; will sell at n bargain all
his right, title and Interest therein, to nny
responsible person desiring tho sume. It Is
In iv healthy and beautiful locality, conveni
ent to nil markets thereabout, us well as
New York and the South. The farm eon.
tains Ht1-, acres one hundred under culti
vation, balance In tlmher,pasture, fruits and
strawberries. A creek on line ono mile; tine
springs and hydraulic ram forcing water 800
yards to house, by which also crops may be
wutcred when necessary; running stream
through creamery. House of eight large
rooms. Will sell slock und farm Implements
TERMS One-third cash; balance on reas
onable time. For further particulars ad.
dress ELI J, DA VIES, 1231 Short avenue,
LOTS FOR BALK ON NICHOLS HEIGHTS
and Lorraine. Address A.A. NICHOLS,
Agent, Clark's Summit, Pa.
Adv5. Under This Mead One Cent Word.
CCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA RE-
. utc,ir, ciHDiuuvr .i.j. xieprcneniBUYes
of Harvard, Vale, Princeton, Bryn Mawr,
W'clleiley, etc, upon the faculty. Classical,
Scientific, English and Modern Language
courses. Prepares for any college or busi
ness. Classes In Short Hand. Send for cat
alogue. CITY SCAVENGER.
AB.BRIGGS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
and cess pools; no odor. Improved
pumps used. A. BRIGGS, Proprietor.
Leave orders HOO N. Mnlnjave., or Elckes'
drug store, corner Adams and Mulberry.
U'clephono 110 10.
CIIAS. COOPER, CITY SCAVENGER,
All orders promptly attended to, day or
night. All the latest appliances. Charges
reasonable. 710 Scranton street. House
1126 Washburn street.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A BOY TO
J drivoa delivery wagon; can give refer
ences. Address F. R. I., Tribune office.
WANTED-A POSITION AS CLERK IN
ollicoor gents' furnishing store, by a
boy nged m; can furnish references. Ad
dress J. It., Tribune oltlco.
SITUATION WANTED BY AN EXPERI
enced grocery clerk; Is strictly temperate
and honest and n llrst-cla'-s hustler: u good
hand to take orders, won acquainted In nil
parts of the city; can give references. Ad
dress J. R. J., Tribune office.
i7ANTED--P0SITI0N AS B0OKKEEP
V er, salesman or shipping clerk, by ex.
perlenced man; well acquainted In Scranton
nnd surrounding country; want to make a
change Oct, , 181)7; references. Address
HARRY WRIGHT, General Delivery, city.
OITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
O man (23); good penman, accurate In
rlgures; can drive ami take care of horses;
work or any kind. G. H.J. G., 702 Prospect
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNO
man to drive team or do most any kind
of work; must have work at once; is sober
und reliable. Address D. P., 001 Price SU
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
married man as Janitor or fireman; ex
perienced tn running small engines; not
afraid of work, Address II C, so Lacka
wanna avenue, city.
OITUATION WANTED-BY A MARRIED
O man ns teamster, driver or coachman,
experienced and thorough horseman; can
furnish best or references. Address J. C, 140
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
man ns stenographer, typewriter, book
keeper, estimate or billing clerk; expert at
figures; eight years' experience; Al penman;
work shows for itself. Address F. L. D., 715
WANTKD-BY A MIDDLE-AGED MAN,
employment of any kind; can run
small engine; also used to boiler work; will
accept 3 or 4 days a week; also low wages.
Address J. W. F., Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-TO DO WASH
Ing nnd Ironing by the day; best or rerer
ences. Address 620 Lackawanna avenue,
YOUNG MAN WITH EXPERIENCE AS
accountant, desires position In an office
or with wholesale house; references, W. S.,
A LADY DLSIRES A POSITION AS
stenographer, bookkeeper or as copyist;
nnxlous to secure employment. Address Z.,
SITUATION WANTED-nY A COLORED
man who has hud several years' ex perl,
enca as coachman: can give good reference
Address JOHN BROWN, Tribune office.
WANTED-A SITUATION, BY AN EX
perlenced young lady ns clerk In storo
or assistant In office. Address, M. It., 001
oTTUATION WANTED-BY A WOMAN
O to go out washing and cleaning offices
hy the day. Address, 033 Mineral street,
OITUATION WANTED-A8 A BECOND
O hand bread and cake baker In city, or
first hind In country. Shop experience, ten
years; sober: Intelligent; married. Address,
GEORGE M. NOLL, 1U05 Price street,
jTelderly'lTdy- would like a
few engagements' m nurse, or would ac
cept a posltlori m housekeeper. In the home
of a respectable Working muu; wngts no ob
lect to a good home.- Address C. P. L., Oen.
eral Delivery, city;