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THE SCRANTON TItlBUlTB-SATCrRDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 1U, 1897.
: His Lieutenants Flood (tie Country wllli
HE EXPECTS TO (JET A Bid VOTE
Contmlttoomcti Oiler Crumbs ot Com
lort lu tho Way of Rosy Promises.
Tho Doctor Will Swing Around tlio
Circle nint Spcnk in Kvcry County.
Philadelphia, Oct 15. It was stated
today nt tho headquarters of the Pro
hibition state committee that blanks
had been sent to committeemen In
4500 or 5237 election districts of tho
state, asking them to enroll the names
of all others who will vote for Dr.
Some of tho committeemen have- re
turned tho blanks, and Chairman Jonea
announced: "Many of these commit
teemen have sent in reports which
bliov that there Is on nn average ten
men who will vote for Dr. Swallow
whero thero is one who usually votes
our ticket. Our usual vote Is 25,000,
and If this per rentage holds out Dr.
Swallow will receive 230,000 votes.
Dr. Swallow has been on tho stump
fur four weeks and will continue
tpeaklng until election day. By tho
llrst of November he will have spoken
In nearly every county In tho state.
THE ASSAULT ON SIMtOX.
Charles Ciillioolcy Held to Answer nt
Chester, Oct. 15. Charles Gllhooley,
who was arrested on suspicion of hav
ing made tho murderous attack upon
aged John II. Slmcox, who was founil
lu tho back yard of the residence of
Mrs. Hardy, at Front and Booth
'etreets, on the morning of September
16 last, was pnstlvely Identified today
at a hearing held before Justice Car
ter, of South Chester. Slmcox said
that he had been at the Hardy house
all the afternoon and evening drinking.
lie then left, and in company with
Gllhooley visited several saloons.
About 11 o'clock he and Gllhooley re
turned to the Hardy lrouse, where,
besides a numbur of men, was MIs
Manic Qulnn, a visitor from Philadel
phia. "I asked for Mrs. Hardy," said
Slmcox, "and was told fche had retired.
In walking across the room I accldent
ly trod on Miss Qulnn's foot." Slmcox
then said, and was corroborated by
other witnesses, that Gllhooley started
up with an oath and charged him with
insulting the woman. He also threat
ened to "do him," and In tho quarrel
which ensued Gllhooley struck the old
man In tho right eye, knocking him
"When Slmcox regained his senses ho
said he found himself In the back yard,
with someone holding his mouth and
chin as though to prevent an outcry,
and a dull knife sawing nt his throat.
"I recognized Charles Gllhooley," he
continued, "as tho man who was cut
ting my throat." Slmcox lay for six
hours whero ho had fallen, bleeding
from the wound. Chief of Police Eck
promptly arrested all in tho Hardy
house, when the affair was reported
to him, and later Gllhooley was picked
up on the street. Slmcox was taken
to tho Chester hospital, and was un
able to speak or tell who his assailant
was. Gllhooley was held In $300 ball
for court by Justice Carter, and In de
fault was taken back to Jail.
SUICIDE OF A NURSE.
.llarlhn Miittu Dies from
Dllccts of .Morphine.
Heading, Pa., Oct. 15. Mrs. Martha
Mntta, aged 53 yeais, a widow and a
professional nurse, died at midnight
in St. Joseph's hospital, from the ef
fects of morphine taken, It is believed,
with suicidal Intent.
Mis. Matta a few days ago quarrel
led with the woman she lived with,
nnd was arrested on a charge of as
sault. She was realeased on bail, nnd
keenly feeling that sho was disgraced
by the arrest, had since refused to eat
or drink. Sho took morphine last
evening, ns sho said, to Induce sleep,
and becoming unconscious was re
moved to the hospital whero sho died.
Thirteenth l'eniisvlvntila Regiment
.11? nt 9 nt Hnrrisbiirg.
Harris-burs'. Oct. 15. Tho reunion of
the Thirteenth Pennsylvania cavalry
regiment was held here today. A
business session at the rooms of the
local G. A. 11. post this afternoon was
followed this evening by a camp fire
at the supremo court room.
Theso officers were elected: Presi
dent, Colonel Michael Kerwln, of New
York; vice president, Captain P. D.
Brlckor, Hnrrlsburg, and secretary and
treasurer, Lewis M. Mncken, Phila
delphia. SLATINGTON'S STATE DEBT.
A I.nrco Part of tlio Borough on
Allentown. Pa., Oct. 15. 'Squire Kist
ler, collector of state moneys on un
patented landa in Lehigh county, hat
made tho Important discovery that a
largo part of Slatlngton, t'.ir- slats me
tropolisespecially the lower portion
of that borough Is unpatented.
Ho is vigorously forcing the work of
Wholesale Merchant Dins.
Philadelphia, Oct. 15. George W.
Allen, one of Philadelphia's oldest
Me trtu sua s 2 oaicc unrlc tx el AMORITA to
I ; iijuucu u ut I'siui sum on rcctitt ttis cu.'
wholesale merchants, having been con
nected with tho trade over fifty years,
died this morning nt his home nt Bryn
Mawr. Mr. Allen was seventy years
of ngc. At tho tlmo of his death ho
was a member of tho firm of "W. H.
and O. W. Allen, wholesalo hardware,
and of tho Croft and Allen company,
THE OLDEST OLD MAID.
.11 In Mnry Ann Crothcrs, Ascd 101
Years, Claims tho Championship.
Philadelphia, Oct. 15. Miss Mary
Ann Crothcrs Is more than 101 years
old, and she objects to having other
people wearing honors which she says
rightfully belong to her. She Is not at
all backward in claiming tho honor
ot being tho 'oldest ojd maid" living.
This honor has been claimed recently
by several aged women, tho oldest of
whom had seen 101 winters and sum
mers, nnd Miss Crothers' championship
claim Is due entirely to this discussion.
"Aunty Crothers," ns she is affection
ately called bv all those who know her,
was born In County Derry, Ireland, on
tho 27th ot August, 1793. The entire
family was remnrkablo for Its long
evity. Her father died at the ago of 92,
her mother at tho ago of 83 years. She
had a brother, "William, the father ot
Samuel Crothers, present member ot
the State Legislature from tho Twenty
sixth district, who also attained a
ripe old age. When Miss Crothcrs was
40 years old she came to America, and
lived for a number of years In this city.
She then moved to Omnha, Neb., with
tho family of Dr. Meredith, returning
to Philadelphia in 1842, and has lived
here ever since. She resides with the
family of Thomas Austin, a nephew,
where, slnco tho death of Mrs. Austin,
nineteen years ngo, Mie has taken a
motherly interest in her threo grand
nieces. A POLITICAL POINTER
If you Indorso tho frco trade and frco
ellvcr Chicago platform as tho Lacka
wanna Democracy does, "fully and
without reserve," then work and voto
for Sdhadt, Horn, et. nl. If you be
lieve In MoKlnlcy, proteetlon and pros
perity, turn theso agents of Bryan
COL. ELVERSON RESIGNS.
He No Longer Is Aid on tho Uovcr
Hnrrlsburg, Pa., Oct. 15. Colonel
James Elvorson, Jr., of Philadelphia,
aide-de-camp on General Hastlng's
staff, tendered his resignation today,
and It was not accepted. Tho governor
will not bo In a hurry to fill the vac
ancy. Colonel Elverson Is publisher of
the Philadelphia Inquirer, which has
always been against the executive
It was thought Elverson would re
sign during the combine fight two
years ago, when his newspaper was
pouring hot shot dally into the gover
nor, but the colonel held on, and was
shown the kindest consideration by
his chief. Elvcrson's resignation at
this tlmo Indicates that his paper Is
preparing to make another attack upon
Governor Hastings's administration
should the executive come out for At-,
torney Geneial McCormlck for tho
gubernatorial nomination, which he
will undoubtedly do after the election.
EXHUA1ED A SKELETON.
i:cltciuoiit nt Stcwnrlsvillo Over n
Discovery in n Quarry.
Grecnsburg, Pa., Oct. 13. Consider
able excitement exists about Stewarts
vllle, threo miles west of Irwin,, over
the finding yesterday of a skeleton by
James Byerly while engaged In quarry
ing limestone. Tho skeleton Is in a
good state of presen atlon. Dr. Long,
who has possession of it now, says it
has been burled at least a hundred
years. The doctor Is undecided wheth
er It Is that of an Indian or a member
of tho Braddock's or Washington's
A large brass bucklo was found with
It, which when cleaned may give come
clew to tho owner of it. TJie doctor
considers it a valuable find, and says
ho would not take a thousand dollars
CAPITOL MEN'S DEA1URRER.
Commission Wnivc Aside Architect
Lancaster, Pa., Oct. 15. Having ob
tained a favorable decision from Judge
Slmonton on their rights to select new
capltol architects, the canltol commis
sioners today filed a demurrer to the
bill in equity of Architect James II.
Warner to compel the commission to
name him as the architect.
Advices from Harrlsburg ay tho
commission will take no further action
until this case, to be heard in court
In a few days, is disDosed o'
I'ntnl Gas i:ploHion.
Pottsvllle, Pa., Oct. 13. An explo
sion of mine gas occured at tho Kaska
William colliery, near MIddleport, last
evening resulted In the death of three
men and severe Injury of threo others.
Patrick Sweeny was Instantly killed,
nnd John Boner nnd John Molto have
slnco died from their Injuries. Tho
injured are Peter Paul, PaWck Doyla
and William Itlce.
Suit Agniust li Hondsmur..
Harrisburg, Oct. 15. City Solicitor
Scltz brought suit today against tho
bondesmen for Isaac W. Guiles, de
linquent tax collector during 1803, to
recover $6,43S.3(S, which remains un
paid. Hoy Burned to Drntli,
Wllkes-Barre. Oct. 15. James Henry
Dlsner, aged two years, was playing
around a bon-fire in the yard of his
parents' homo today, this city, when
his clothes caught flro and ho was
burned to death.
A Cull Declined.
Media, Pa Oct. 15. Rov. Georgo II.
Blckley, Jr., pastor of the First Meth
odist Episcopal church of Media, has
declined tho Invitation of tho congre
gation of St. Paul's MthodIst Epis
copal church, Lancaster.
Killed by nn Illcctrlc Car.
Wllkes-Barre, Oct. 15. Freeman
Shields, outsldo laborer at No. 14 Penn
sylvania Coal company's colliery, was
run over and killed by an electric car
at Plains tonight, Tho man was asleep
on the track when tho car struck him.
Tim Lntott from tho Diggings,
From tho Stfllda Mall.
Tho latest story from Klondike li that
a man was caught put in a windstorm.
Tho ground waa dry and dusty. When
the man got home he coughed up $71.16 in
RACING IN THE
BLUE GRASS LAND
Tho .Host Successful .Mooting In tho
History ot tho Kentucky Ilorso
Lexington, Ky., Oct. 15. Today
closed the most successful meeting In
tho history of tho Kentucky Trotting
Horso Breeders' association. The
weather has been perfect, tho fields
huge, tho sport clean and nearly every
race hotly contested. Besides tho un
llnlshed 2.20 naclnc class thero wore
threo llxed events on tho card todny,
.the Stock Farm purse ot $3,000 for two-year-old
trotters, tho Blue Grass, sec
ond for 2.19 trotters, and tho Johnston,
f?,000 for 2.24 trotters. The Indiana
mure, Indiana, won tho unfinished pac
ing race taking the last three heats of
n six heat race. Emily had no trouble
In winning tho Blue Grass stakes,
while tho Gambettn Wilkes mnro Ed
iiion la won second and Pat Watson
2.20 class, pacing, $1,000 (threo heats
Indiana 2 8 2 111
Moral 8 112 3 3
White Hose 1 C 4 C 2 2
Cllpcetta, Anna Lee, Tho Shah, Fox
hound, Exploit, Medium nnu Tom Tag
gart finished ns named. Time, 2.12?i,
2.114, 2.1416, 2.1294, 2.HU, 2.12.
The Blue Grass stakes for 2.19 trot
Emily 1 1 1
Edmonla 2 4 3
Pat Watson 3 2 4
Curta, Dr. Robinson, Dufor, Tuna
finished as named. Time, 2.124, 2.11,
The Johnston stakes for 2.21 trot
Georglana 6 G
Llttlo Edgar 2 1
Daro Devil 1 2
lied Star, Medlumwood,
C 1 1 1
12 2 2
2 C G 3
nnd Lady Medium finished as named.
Time, 2.09?4. 2,10?i, 2.12V'3, 2.12i, 2.13,
Kentucky Stock Farm stakes, $3,000
for two-year-old trotters
Janlo T 1 1
Dutchman 2 2
Charley Herr 4 3
Lady Gernldlne, Welshman and
Katie finished ns named. Time, 2.154,
BIRD SHOOTING MATCH.
Results of the Tournament Held nt
nivcrton, N. J., Oct. 13. Three events
which constituted the opening day's
sport of the fall tournament of the
Rlverton Gun club were decided today
on tho grounds of the club at Taylors
station. They were tho Unlit, a 20
bird handicap and 30 bird handicap.
The Balll was the first event.
The club grounds were divided Into
ten courts, a gunner occupying each,
and nil birds were liberated from the
centre of tho grounds. Alter 20 birds
were liberated the shooters moved in
to tho adjoining court until each man
had occupied each court and 200 bhds
had been liberated. Each man was al
lowed to count tho birds ho gathered
in the court he ocuplcd, no matter if
they had been killed by other shooters
and dropped over the line. The winner
of the Balll was Dr. Knrner, who
gathered 22 birds; George McAlpln, of
New York, second with 19, and Georgo
Hawkins, of Baltimore, third with 18.
Thd second event, a 0 bird handicap,
resulted in a tie between S. Dickson,
S. Douglass and J. Murphy, each of
whom killed twenty straight. They
divided the purse. Heikes, of Ohio, who
killed 19 out of his 20, took fourth
Third event, 30 birds, was won by
Welch, of the Ttivcrton Gun club, who
killed 30 straight, Heikes won second
money with 23 kills, nnd third money
was divided between Wilson, Phillips,
Duryea, Douglass and McMurchy.
Tho Secret to Perpetual Life About
To He Discovered.
The celebrated Dr. Vlrchow, of Ber
lin, recently stated his belief that tho
secret of nil diseases Is about to be dis
covered. He believes that all disease
germs can be destroyed, leaving human
life free to continue Indefinitely. That
It Is minute organisms that cause dis
ease; that they can bo destroyed; and,
when destroyed, there will be no dls
ease, and people will continue to live,
If not always, at least to attain great
age, like tho fabled Antediluvians.
In the meantime, however, we have
tho disease germs to cope with tho best
way we can. They attack us morning,
noon nnd night. They are in tho air
we breathe, tho water we drink and
tho food we eat. The only thing we
can do to protect ourselves Is to fortify
tho .system against them. The strength
ening effect of Pe-ru-na is a reliable
protection. Tho disease germs can not
exist In tho system when Pe-ru-na is
taken. It is a perfect remedy for all
low, weak states of the system, and
brings vitality nnd strength of youth.
If tho mucous membranes are healthy
the disease germs can not enter the
system. Po-ru-na produces clean,
healthy, normal mucous membranes.
Send for Dr. Hartman's latest book
on chronic malaria. Address The Pe-ru-na
Drug Manufacturing Co., Colum
A WORD OF ADVICE
Republicans who aro faithful In eo
called off years aro the ones whoso
fea'.ty to party counts. Let all such
bestir themselves now.
Tim Best Tiling Yet
for La Grippe, Colds, Influenza, Ca
tarrh, Pains and Soreness In tho Head
and Chest, Cough, Sore Throat, Gen
eral Prostration and Fever.
Tuken early "breaks up" a Cold at
Taken persistently "knocks out" the
Grip and Colds that "hang on."
Multitudes aro taking "77" with suc
cess. If tho digestion Is poor alternate with
Indigestion, Weak Stomach.
Dr. Humphreys' Homeopathlo Manual
of Diseases at your Druggists or Mailed
Sold by druggists, or sent on receipt of
25 eta., EOcts. or $1, Humphreys' Mod. Co..
J Cor. William and John 8ts New York.
Cold Cure cures colds In the lie d, colds en lbs
lungi, old colds, new colds nl obstinate colas, knd
U Tortus of grip, mops meeting, dlschtrres from
the nose. and
fres. t.rpvcnls cftinrm, ainuinrrm.
pneumonia, nnd nil throat nnd Inn troubles. Theso
niAiiunt litllA nuiirtmiro aholutelr harmless, havo
saved thousands of IItcs nnd prevented much sick
ness. The Munyon Itemed Company preparo n
separate euro for each disease. At all druggists
M cents n Mai. ltyoil need mwllcal ndvlco write
Prof. Miinrnn. 1S0J Arch btrcet, Philadelphia. U Is
KhoiimntlNm Cured in S t Hours.
T. J. Blackmore, of Hallor & Black
more, Pittsburgh, Pa,, says: "A short
time slnco I procured a bottlo of 'MYS
TIC CUBE.' It got me out of the houss
in twenty-four hours. I took to my bed
with Hhcumatlsm nlno months ago and
tho 'MYSTIC CURE' Is tho only medi
cine that did mo any good. I had flvo
of the best physicians in tho city, but
I received very llttlo relict from them.
I know tho 'MYSTIC CUBE' to bo what
It Is represented and take pleasuro In
recommending it to other poor suffer
ers. Sold by Carl Lorcnz, druggist, 418
Lackawanna ave., Scranton.
CATARRH IN THE HEAD, that
troublesome and disgusting disease,
may be entirely cured by a thorough
course of Hood's Sarsaparllla, the great
HOOD'S PILLS euro nausea, sick
headache, indigestion, biliousness. All
is surriiYiNa other peo
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ITS "WANT COLUMN'S" EVEltfc
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Market St., l'lillndclplila.
AAA. WAXTED .MEN AND WOMEN,
young nnd old, to work fonts In their
own homes In sparo tlmo, d'y or evening;
we pny Slu to S15 per weolt; no canvassing;
any child cim do tho work; send nddres to
day; we send work nt once. H. A. URIl'l",
Dept 250, Tyrone, l'a,
A GEXTS GETS FIFTY CENTS ON EACH
dollat; no experience necc'sary. Wrlto
for agent's outfit. Adtlrws THE CATHOLIC
NEWS, O ilarclay Street, Now York.
"X7ANTED-MEN TO CANVASS FOR
fust Felling US-cent nrtlclo that nny
one can Hell Hint enn sell anything.
u, imno isanK.
WANTED AGENTS-97r, TER MONTH
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t or some simple thing to
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Goods to dealers hest side lino S70 n month;
fcaluryor largo commission made; experlenco
unnecessary. Clifton Soap and Mauufuctur
ng Company, Cincinnati, O.
7 ANTED WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
V every town to solicit stock subscrip
tions; a monopoly; big money lor ngents; no
cnpltal required. EDWARD C. FI&U i CO.,
Borden Block, Chicago, 111.
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WATn)' LADIES TO FURNISH
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MISS M. A. bTElSHINS Lawrence, Mich.
WAXTED-LADV AGENTS IX SCRAN
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Jclng; experienced canvasser preferred; work
pemianent nnd very profitable. Write for
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trnde. T. 11. SNY'DER A. CO., Cincinnati, O.
ANTED IMMEDIATELY TWO ENER
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Guaranteed $ti n day without Interfering
with other duties. Healthful occupation.
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MANGO CHEMICAL COMPANY? Nc, 72
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I Exceptional offers of" iuiai'e
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ertlciouYVasbtngton avenue; ono property
on Adams avenue; a number of very destr
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orthoclty. ROllERTSON ,t HITCHCOCK,
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pumps used. A. nitlGGS, Proprietor.
Leuo orders 1100 X. Mnlnjave., or Etf lies'
drug store, corner Aduuu und Mulberry.
riHAH. COOPER, CITY SCAVENGER,
' i All orders promptly nttendod to, day or
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reasonable. 710 Scrautou fctrceU House
1125 Washburn street.
CHIROPODIST AND 3IANICURE,
nails cured without the least pain or
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ut their resldeuuo if desired. Charges moder
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lu und Armory Hall, Providence, October
Iff, a mackintosh capo. Finder will lie re
warded by leaving tho sumo ut Oeterhout's
5o hnuded you dally at home; either
sex; no canvassing. J. E. SHEPHERD &
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V to write us; but men of ability with
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expenses paid; outfit free. Address, with
unmp. MICHIGAN MFG CO.. Chicago.
AGENTS TO SELL CIGARS TO DEAL
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CO., d Van lluran St., Chicago.
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1 house; nil modorn Improvements. Ap
ply nt 137U Cnpouso avenue.
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' class. 407 Madison nvenue.
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01,000 IN NEXT SIX WEEKS ON flOO
O Invested; n legitimate speculation, Ad
dress K. 'j;u, Tribune, ottlce, Chicago.
S 3,000 WILL PURCHASE AN ESTAH
llshed business w hlch has paid since Jan
uary 1, 18l)ft, oer $3,000 clenr of ull ex
penses; must sell on account of other btiul
ness und fulling health; everything confiden
tial. C. F.i enro Trlbuue.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
I7REE TO SUFFERERS ONLY' MY
X1 book, giving full Information about n
never-falling, harmless und permanent
home-euro of the opium, morphine, cocaine,
nnd whiskey habits. DIt. J. C. HOFFMAN,
Itabella bulldlngi Chicago.
X71UEK IMPORTANT INFORMATION TO
' men (plain envelope). How after ten
years fruitless doctoring I was quickly
restored to full vigor und robust manhood.
NoC. U. D, fraud. No monoy accepted. No
connection with medlcul concerns. Sent
absolutely free. Address box 070, UUIcugo,
Our new, enlarged quarters enable us to show
a much larger and more extensive line of Blankets
than formerly. We've paid special attention in
stocking the new store with Blankets to have only
reliable goods and the prices we have named on our
entire stock are lower than good Blankets have been
sold for in spite of the rapid advances in the price of
Our entire line, from the cheap Domet Blank
et, at 45c. a pair, to the finest California wool, is
well worthy the attention of Blanket buyers.
Comfortables that will make you comfortable.
We've been at much trouble to secure a stock of the
right kind, the kind that temper cold winter nights,
well stuffed, soft, fluffy, handsomely made of choice
silkoline and knotted with worsted.
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
127129 Washington Avenue.
-L the county of Lnckawauna, No. 'Jllf), No
vember Term, 18117. Notloo Is hereby given
that an application will ba mude to tho i-alil
courton tho 8th day of Novcinbar, A. D.
1807, nt P o'clock n. m., under tho Corpora
tion net of April 20th, A. D. 187-1, ontltled
"An Actio provldo for the Incorporation nnd
regulation of certain corporations" nnd tbo
supplements thereto, for the charter of nn
Intended corporation to be called "Jtenellelal
Society of John Kulvln," of Throop, Pa.,
tho character and object of which Is main
taining a society for beneficial or protective
fmrposestolts members from funds collected
herein, und for these purposes to have, pos
sess and enjoy nil the rights, benefits and
privileges conferred by said net und its sup
plements. The proposed charter Is on file In
tho l'rothonotnrv's olllee.
WILLIAM VOKOLEK, Solicitor.
TOTICEISHEREllY GIVEN THAT AN
1 application will he mndo to the Gover
nor of tho htnto of Pennsylvania on Monday
tho 1st day of November, 1807. by Charles
Bcbluger, II A Knufhold, Luther Keller,
Cyrus D. Jones nnd A. D.Stelle, under the
Act of Assembly of tbo Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, entitled "An Act to proldo
for the incorporation and regulation of cer
tain corporations," approved A pill 21), 187 1,
und tho supplements thereto, for the chnrter
ofan Intended corporation to bo culled tho
"Traders' Real Estate Company," tho char
acter nnd object of which Is tho purchase and
biilo of rial estnte, or for holding, leasing und
selling real ostnte, and for the purposes to
have, possess und enjoy all tho rights, benefits
nnd privileges of the said Act of Assembly
und Us supplements.
M. F. 8.YND0, Solicitor.
N'otTceIs herhhy giventhat ax
application will bo mudo to tho Goer
norof tho Stnto of Pennsylvania, on Mon
day, the 1st day of November, 1807, by
Charles Kcblnger, II. A. Kaufhold, Luther
Keller, Cyrus D. Jones und A. D. Htclle, un
der tho Act of Assembly of the Common
wealth of Pennsylvania, entitled, "An Act to
firovtdo for tho incorporation nnd regulu
Ion of certain corporations," nppioved
April 20. 187 Land the supplements theie
to, for the charter of tin Intended corporation
to bo called tho "Nay Aug Lumber Coin
puny," the chnrncter and object whereof Is
tho manufacturing all kinds of lumber and
tho erection of buildings, and for these pur
poses, to have, possess nnd enjoy ull tbo
rights, benefits und privileges of the said Act
of Assembly und Its (.implements.
M. F. .SANDO, Solicitor.
I" X RE: " DissOLUTIOX OF THE 110IHS
Sleel Wheel Company. In tho Court or
Common Pious of Lackawanna County, No.
l'JI), November teriiu 1807.
Notice Is hereby glvon that The Holes Steel
Wheel Company filed Its petition in the
Couit of Common liens of l.uekiiwauna
county, on September 30, 1 807, praying lor
n decree of dissolution, und that the comt
hao fixed October until, 1807, ut O o'clock
a. m., for hearing said application for disso
lution, when nnd whero ull persons Inter
ested can uttend If they deem It expedient,
nnd show cause ngnlnst tho grunting of tho
prayer of said petitioner.
WARREN & KNAPP,
Attorneys for Petitioner,
Advs, Under This Head One Cent a Word.
OALESMEN-ti) TRAVEL HELLlNGCr.
O gars; salary andexpenses imld good men;
experlenco unnecessary. MANHATTAN
CIUAR COMPANY, Fort Wnyne.Ind.
ANTKD-l'OSITION AS HOUHEKEEP-
er by nil American widow, aged .13,
with no fumlly. MRU. C. DECKER, l'lttb
SITUATION WANTED-HY A Y'OUNO
man 23 years old, as night watchman or
any other kind of employment. Address P.
M.i Tribune olllee.
1T7ANTED-A POSITION 11Y AN EXPE-
V rleneed young man as salesman In nny
have had eight s curs' experlenco In
genernl merchandise; can furnish best of
references. Address o'J5 N. Muln nven ue.
WANTED-A YOUNG LADY WOULD
Ilka to do wrltlngof any 111 ml at home.
Address, J. J., Tribune olllee.
TANTEIlWoViriiYTHE DAY' FOR
Mondays und Thursdays. Cnn give
reference. Address, M. T., 70'J Elm street.
ANTED-1IY A Y'OUNO .MAN, A JOI1
ofany kind. !'. li.( uoi rrico sirtei.
U-ANTED-A SITUATION 11Y A Y'OUNO
man 10 years of use. us a teamster;
six years' experience. Addrets M. I Y .,
llox 87i Clark's Green.
SITUATION WANTKD-HY A MIDDLE
used ludy as housekeeper in huiuII fam
ily. E. J., Trlbuuo office.
-T7ANTED-FOSlTION IN A GENERAL
t fctoro by un experienced man with
food references; understands booltkeoplng;
nturvlew solicited. Address CLERK, llox
0 U, Duuuiorc, Pu,
$1,000 IN PRIZES
A GRAND MUSICAL
WILL, BE HELD IN
Central Market Hall, Allentown, Pa.,
Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 25, 1897
JIusIc, Prof. FRANK DAMROSCII, New
Preliminary Adjudicator, Prof. T. J. DA
V1ES, Mus. Haeh., Scranton.
Recitation, Rev. T. C. KU WARDS, D. D.,
Accompanist, l'rof. JAS. PRESCOTT,
Conduct6r of tho Day, Rov. T. C. ED
WARDS, D. D Kingston, Pa,
5IORNINO SESSION, 10 O'CLOCK.
1. PIANO SOLO. "Rondo Caprlc-
closo," op 14, Mendelssohn....? 8 00
2. RANJO SOLO. "Gypsy Ron
do," with Iiano accompanl
ment, nrr. by Farland C 00
3. FEMALE RECITATION. "Bar
bara Frltchle," Whlttler
(Standard Recltttlons No. 1)..
i BANJO CLUU. "Queen on the
Sea Waltzes," by Armstrong,
published by S. S. Stowart,
5. FEMALE CHORUS. "Down in
tho Dowy Dell," by Smart,
published by Dltson, Now
York, not less than 20 voice.. 60 00
AFTERNOON SESSION, 2 O'CLOCK. ,
C. MALE QUARTETTE. "Sands !
O'Dce," by R. Goldbeck, No. t,
Schlrmer's 8 vo. Quartettes.... 16 00
7. DUET. (Tenor nnd Hass.) "The
Two Sailors," by Parry, pub
lished by V. O, Evans, Youngs- '
town. O 12 00
8. CONTRALTO SOLO. "Light ot
tho ltrttr-r Mornlnir." bv D.
Ruck, published by O. Schlr-
mer, N. Y .....
9. CHORUS. "Bo Not Afraid."
Elijah, by Mendelssohn, Dlt
bon's Edition, not less than 1W
voices 600 OQ
EVENING SESSION. 7.30 O'CLOCK
I1ASS ntl HAHITONK SOLO.
"Tim Watcher." bv Ad. Gelbel.
TENOR SOLO. "Out of tho
Deep," by T. J. Davles, Mus.
llach., published by tho John
f'hurrh Co.. New York
MIXED QUARTETTE. "Tho
Parting Kiss." by Plnsutl,
published by uuson
SOPRANO SOLO. "With Vcr
oure Cud," Hnydn 10 00
MALE CHORUS. "Heleagured,"
by A. S. Sullivan, Dltson'a Edi
tion, not less than 40 voices... 200 00
No. 1. No prlzo will be awarded wlth
out stilllcient merit.
2. Objections must bo made to tho com
mittee in wrltliiK.
3. Committee claims the right to hold
preliminary examination on Nos, 1, 3, C,
7, 8, 10, 11. 12 and 13.
4. Competitors can use piano, organ or
6. Fomalo chorus can bo conducted by
cither a lady or uentlemnn.
0. Members of cne competing choir are
not allowed to atslst another choir.
7. If less than three choirs jhall com
peto on No. 14, tho prlz will be J150.
8. If less than three choirs shall compete
on No. 9, tho prize will bo $450,
9. The commlttc-o claims a right to re
quest tho successful competitors to take
part In evening sesilon
10. All names of competitors must bo In
tho hands of the conespondlng secretary
on or before November 1, 1S97.
JAMES McKEEY'ER. Cor. Secretary.
Catasnuqua, Lehigh, Co., Pa.
C3"For application slips uddrces Corre
Advs. Under Thl J Head One Cent Word.
X ten, formerly conducted by Miss Hoard
man, will bo reopened by Miss Pratt nnd
Miss Wilcox on Monday, Sept, 13, ut 016
Mulberry street. For terms or other inform
ation! address or apply ut 010 Mulberry Ut,
111 M Mill
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