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THE SOItANTON TltlBTTNE-WEDSTESDVY MORNING-. OCTOBER 27, 1807.
CONVENTION OF
. HEALTH EXPERTS
Twenty-fifth Annual Meeting nt Plilla
ilclphln.
DISCUSSION ON YGLLOW FEVER
VnpcrM Arc Introitiiccil Hcnrlug Upon
Stcnmboiit Sntillutlon ami tho
Drmidt'd Dlsimso ol tho Tropics.
Waliop Wliltnkor AmonR tlio Sew
Members fcluctcil.
I'lillacMphln, Oct. 2C The twenty
fifth nnnunl convention of the Ameri
can Public Health association opened
this liiprnlni: In the Hotel Walton. The
nssnclatlon Is composed of health au
thorities from nil parts of the United
States, the 1) minion of Canada, Mex.
Ico and Hovei-il South Ainerlcnn coun
.trli'sj. .President Dr. H. II. llorllieck,
of Charleston, S. C, called the dele
pates tn order. Ho stated that yellow
fever now niRlntf In some of the soitth-
urn countries Kept many of the dele
gates away.
The nmrnlng: cession was uevoieu
luatnly to routine business", sueh as
imports of cnmniltteen and election of
members, Anions tho llfty new mem
bers admitted was Ulshop Whltnki-r.
of the 13plnropnl church of this diocese.
Two papers were read nt this session,
line bearliut on steamboat and stcnni
,v4ilp sanltatlun, and tho other a con
Ivlbiltldn trt the study of yellow fever
, fiom a iiiedlco-eoi?raphlcal point of
view, by Dr. Kdimrdo I-konga. presi
dent of tho supreme board of health
of Mextco, and Dr. Jose ltamlrez, sec
retaiy of that bemrd.
Ati' the arternoon session, Crosby
Orny. superintendent of. the Pittsburg
bi.ard of health, read the report of the
committee on sanitation prepared by
J. W. Tlttplien. .' Montreal. Otlur re
ports and papirs of a similar character
were rend, followed by discussions on
the subjects therein treated.
DGATII CAUCiliT HOY AND HORSE.
Disastrous Ullort to riois tho Tracks
Welore a flyer.
Chester, Oct. 2C As hi custom has
lieen, .John Springer, aged 13 years, of
Fourteenth street and Kdgemont ave
nur. started tonight for Lnrkln's farm,
n'iir I'pland. for mill; for his father's
dairy, lie asked (leorgo Stlllwell to ac
ccimpany him.
. Leaving the Concord load, tho boys
drove down a steep hill, and as they
approached the crossing of the llaltl
lnnri' anil Ohio railroad part way down,
the whistle of a locomotive wan heard.
The Hoyal 1'lue express, east bound,
due In this city at 5.H9 o'clock, was
running rapidly, and Just as Stlllwell
climbed on the shaft ready to leap to
the ground, the engine struck the horse
with awful lmp.ict, sending the earcasti
up on the pilot, and hurling the boys
out of thi wagon. Springer's head
and face were smashed In, and death
was nlmost Instantaneous; but Stlll
well escaped with a badly skinned face
and a bruised right arm.
"CORPSE" ASKS THE TIME.
friends Notified of ."llr. Henry's
Death in Time for n Surprise.
Wllllnmsport, Oct. 2C The caee of
aged Thomas L. Henry, of Tine Sta
tlini. Is puzzling the doctors. Last Sat
urday Mr. Henry apparently died, and
notice to that effect was sent to tho
fi lends. Two hours later, however, life
leturned, and when ni3 relatives arriv
ed the supposed rorio smiled and ask
;d them the time of dny.
Yesterday Mr. Henry, who Is a mere
skeleton from long sickness, again
i eased to breathe for tho space of
twenty minutes and then rallied. To
day tho attending physician found the
patient much stronger, and says ho
may yet recover.
WINTURSTEEN TRIAL.
The ilyuunilln Conspiracy Case Con
tinued One Day.
lilnomsburg. Pa.. Oct. 2C Tho L. L.
U'lutcrsteen dynamite conspiracy case,
w hlcli was on the calendar for this
morning for a second trial, has been
continued until tomorrow on account
.f tho absence of counsel for the prose,
cutlon.
Wlntcrstcen v as charged with dyna
miting tho rcE'denee of L. 12. Waller
nnd on his first trial In June last the
Jury disagreed.
Conviction Allirmed.
Philadelphia. Oct. 2fl. Judge Ache
fin, in the United States circuit court
of appeals today affirmed the convlc
tloij In tho Pittsburg district court of
J. A. Culp, A. C. Allison, L. T. Strntlff,
William D. Stratllf and Kd. P. Show
its, for carrying on at Sunbury, Pa.,
n scheme to defraud nnd using the
mulls In Its furtherance.
Itnttlrsli.p Armor.
Bethlehem, Oct. 26. A train load of
minor was moved out of the HethU
hein ordnnnco works today, consigned
to Nnwport Xcivs, Vn. The shipment
included 2D7 tons of finished Bide- armor
for the battleship Kentucky, which is
building tin re and Is tho largest and
mi'.st Important shipment made by the
liethlehem iron company.
.SIirriir.1lnrtinN Trial.
Wllkes-IJarre. Oct. 20. Sheriff Mar
tin and his deputies will be placed on
trial tomorrow, charged with the nutr-
There is a t
Class of People
Who aro Injured by the
ttso of coffee. Recently
there has bean placed in
nil tho grocery stores a
. new preparation called
GUAIN-O, inado of puro
grains, that takes tho place of
coffee.
y The most delicate stomach
receives It without distress,
'I nnoMmt few can tell It from
-' olTeu.
It does not cost over I
ns much. Children may
drink it with great benefit.
15 cents and 2$ cents per
.package.. Try It. Ask for
CGRAIN.O.
Grain0 !
tO ft$6t
g0iOt$ 60'eeo6
der ot the striking miners who wore
Bhot down In the Luttlmor riot. Judfre
Lynch 'today refused to dlwrnlss tho
Brand Judy on tho crounil .that It was
Illegally drawn, ond that body was
sworn In.
NliW ORDER INSTITUTED.
Daughters of America and True
American Consolidate.
I'ottstown, Oct. SO. Tho national
camps of tho Patriotic Order of True
Americans and of the Daughters of
America held u Joint session here todny
for tho purpose ot uniting tho two or
ganizations. They weru originally ono
body, but owing to some dissatisfac
tion several years ago a separate order
of True Americans wns formed.
The proposed name of the new order
will ho "United Order Hons and Daugh
ters of America." Burgess 11. II. Da
vldhlser welcomed the delegates on bc
hnlf of tho citizens and responses were
made by Mr. Anna 8. Smith, of Chi
cago, nntlonal president of the Daugh
ters of America, and Miss Laura K.
Stauffer, past president of the True
Americans. Tho two bodies then dis
cussed the question of consolidation all
day. It is expected that this will be
effected at tomorrow's meeting.
A POLITICAL POINTER-
If you indorso tho freo trade and free
silver Cldeago platform as tho Lacka
wanna Democracy docs, "fully and
without reserve," then work nnd vote
for Schadt, Horn, et. ol. If you be
lieve in McKinley.protcctlon and pros
perity, turn these agents of Uryan
down.
DEATH OF JOHN SARTAIN
The Noted American Kugrnvcr
Passes Awtiv--History of n lltisy
Life.
Philadelphia, Oct. SC John Sartnln,
tho celebrated engraver unci artist,
died nt two o'clock yesterday, but a
few hours after completing 1,1s elgh'ty
nlnth year, Sunday having been his
birthday.
Death was said to have been Indi
rectly duo to the effects of a wound
at the base of the brain received as ho
was about tn allsht from a trolly car
at Thirteenth nnd Master streets last
August. Mr. Sartaln was assisted to
the School of Design for Women, at
Ilrnail anil Mister streets, where he
IKimI with his daughter. Miss Emily
Sartaln. In a few days he had seem
ingly recovered, but the shock was too
Br.-at for a man of his age, and he was
stricken with asthma, an old com
plnlnt. The famous engraver, who lived in
this city for over half a century, was
born in London, October 21, 1S0S. His
first employment was as a bey of 12
when, with another boy, he was en
gaged to make smoko in a play at the
old Cov-'ot Oarden Theatre. They car
ried the lime for making the smoke
from quite a distance away, and were
In the habit if stopping to rest In the
ruins of the old Ilungerford Palace,
where he became ncquulnted with
Charles Dickons, then a boy employed
pasting labels on bottles.
At ths age of 14 he was apprenticed
to a writer and engraver named "Wil
liam J. Ottley, and worked in the Na
tional Gallery, assisting his master,
who was getting up a history of art,
tho book to tell tho story by engraved
examples of representations of the
various schools. Early in 1S2S he de
voted himself to the mezzotint as the
more effective method of engraving,
nnd his fame and fortune have been
based upon it.
In ISM, by tho persuasion of Sully,
the artist, ho come to Philadelphia.
In ISIS he bee-line sole proprietor nr.d
editor of Campbell's Porelgn Semi
monthly Magizhv?, In which were
printed first "The Song of tho Shirt"
and 'The lirldge of Sighs. ' Sartatn's
Magazine was startod In ISIS, these
publications entailing an onortmuis
amount of literary labor beside his
work In art.
Mr. Sartaln had been a controller of
the Artists' Fund Society since 1S33,
lllllng every position from president
down. For twenty-four yea'-s he was
a director of the Academy Df the Fine
Arts, b'-sides occupying prominent po
sitions In other Institutions of this city
and State. He received medals nnd
honors from every quarter of tho
globe, among thorn being the title of
Chevalier from the King of Italy, lie
wa Chief of tho Art Department of the
Centennial Kxpo3ltion in 1876, and held
a corresponding position In the Ameri
can exhibition held In 1SS7 at London.
Also a prominent Mason, he rcae to be
past master if his lodge and past high
priest of his chapter.
CONSTABLE DELANEV KILLED.
Ills Itelativcs Ilclieve Ho Was l'oully
Denlt With.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Pittston, Pa., Oct. 20. Constable
Thomns Delaney, of Pittston township,
died at the hospital here today from
Injuries he sustulned Monday night.
Philip Mcfiulre, of Wllkes-Harre, was
arrested today on a charge of being
Implicated In the death of Delaney and
was committed to Jail to await a
further hearing. The wnrrnnt for tho
arrest of McCuIre was Issued by Al
derman English, of this place, on the
Information of James Delaney, brother
of the dead man.
The accident occurred In tho rear of
tho Port Hlanehard hotel nnd Delaney's
blaill was fractured and his face badly
cut. McGuIre, after tho accident,
seemed very much Intoxicated and In
giving his version of the occurrence
said his hat blew off and while ho and
Delaney were endeavoring to recover
It tho latter was run down by a Lehigh
Valley train. Delaney was married
and la survived by a wlfo and eight
children.
Tho relatives of Delaney say that
McGuIre has not told the true story of
the occurrence. They contend that the
dead man was foully Aealt with. The
coroner has empnnnellcd a Jury, which
will meet Friday afternoon.
BOILER EXPLOSION.
Hoyden Ilrotliers' Steam Saw Mill in
Vrorlioil--Oiio Proprietor Killed.
Susquehanna, Oct. 20. At Comstock
Crossing, llroomo county. N. Y., this
afternoon a boiler of a portable steam
saw milt belonging to Hoyden Brothers,
of Susquehanna, blew up.
One of the proprietors, Emlllus Hoy
den, was Instantly killed. Two men
narmd Comatock were hurled Into the
nlr but escaped with serious injuries.
Hoyden leaves a family.
Paper Mnnufiu'turor Dies.
Philadelphia, Oct. 28. It, O, Moore
house, a widely known paper manu
facturer, died today at his home tn
lirldesburg, a suburb of this city, from
pneumonia, aged CO years. He had
been 111 only a few days, Ho was pro.
prletor of the nrlrtifiljurg paper mllli
at the time of his death.
Woman's Nerves.
Mrs. Piatt Talks About Hysteria.
When a nerve, or a sot of nerves supplying
any organ in tlio body with Its duo nutri
ment prows weak, that organ lnngulshca.
When tho nerves become exhausted nnd
die, go to speak, tho organ falls Into de
cay. What Is to bo donu? Tho answer Is,
do not allow tho weakness to progress;
stop tho deteriorating process at onco 1
Do you experienco fits of depression, nltcr
nntlng with restlessness? Aro your spirits
easily affected, so that one moment you laugh
and tho next fall Into convulsive weeping"
Again, do you feel somethtngllko ubtill rising
In your throat and threatening to choko yon,
all tho senses perverted, morbidly sensitive to
light nnd sound, pain In ovary, and pain es
pecially between the shoulders, sometimes loss
of voice and nervous dyspepsia? If so, you are
hysterical, your uterine nerves nro at fault.
lou must do somothing to restoro their tone.
Nothing Is better for tho purpose than Lydla E. Vlnkham's Vegetable Com
pound; It will work a cure. If you do not understand your symptoms, write to
ifuamsx
iUrs. l'mklinm, Lynn,
expert advice,
SfJsS
filLriflL
HP
color in my face than I liavo had for a year and n half. Please accept ray
thanks. I hope all who read this and who suffer from nervousness of this
kind will do as I have done and be cured."
NEWS FROM THE
STATE CAPITOL
Second Convention of (he Federation of
Pennsylvania Women.
THE NASHVILLE TRIP ABANDONED
Arrangements Have llecu Made torn
Trip of Old Soldiers to tho Chlclin
lunugn Hattlclield an .November 15.
(Jovcrnor Hastings nnd Stalf Will
He Prcscnt--Kccent Appointments.
Harrlsburg, Oct. 2C The second an
nual convention of the State Federa
tion of Pennsylvania Women opened
tonight In this city with a preliminary
social session In V. M. C. A. hall, and
a reception by the Authors' nnd Wed
nesday clubs at the Harrisburg club.
Doth the hall and tlu club were pretti
ly decorated with greens and llowers
nnd potted plants, and the occasion
was one of much social enjoyment.
The evening opjneJ with music by the
Wednesday club, after which Judge
John P. McPherson delivered the ad
dress of wel:ome. The response was
made by Mrs. Horace Urock, of Le
banon, president of the federation.
Oilier music was rendered and then an
adjournment was taken to the Harrls
burg club, where tho delegates and
guests wera given a reception from
9 to 11 by the members of the Wednes
day and Authors' clubs. Tho conven
tion will continue In session three days.
The executive committee of tho Ten
nessee Centennial commission met this
afternoon at the executive department
an! adopted a resolution to abandon
the proposed trip to XahVllle to at
tend the Tenness'e exposition. As tho
legislature appropriated .0,000 for the
Pennsylvania display at the exposi
tion, $19,000 of this will be converted
into tho treasury after tho necessary
expenses have been paid. Arrange
ments have been made for the trip of
the old soldiers to Chlckamauga
battle field November 13. Governor
Hastings and stalt will be present to
take part In the cei-Jtnonles Incldetit
to the dedication of the Pennsylvania
monuments on the battlefield.
These appointments were mrde todny
by Governor Hastings:
General Isaac J. Wlster, Philadel
phia, trustee of the Eastern peniten
tiary; Mahlon II. Dickinson, Philadel
phia, member of th'e state board of
undertakers, and Wilson M. Gearhart.
DanvJlle. trustee ot the Danville state
hospital, vice William D. Hammelrlch,
Danville, deceased.
ON TO VICTOBY.
Every Indication points to a rousing
Republican victory for the entlro
ticket next Tuesday. Tho party's
lighting blood Is up at last and that
portends a Waterloo for tho enemy.
Hut no Individual Republican should
relax his efforts. This Is tho chance
of a llfo tlmo to rivet nnd clinch Re
publican supremacy In onco Demo
cratic Lackawanna.
PENNSYLVANIA PENSIONS.
Washington, Oct. 2G. The following
Pennsylvania pensions have been Is
sued: Original Jnred J. Condo, Spring
Mills, Centre; John F. Heeter, Fnn
nettsburg, Franklin; Daniel Eckroth,
Tyrone; Christopher Cook, Snow Shoe,
Centre; James Hays, Allegheny; John
L. Pink, Cosmus, Armstrong; Ignatius
Pflum, Pittsburg; Perry D. Warren,
Unity station, Allegheny; John P. Me
gonlgal, Gladwyne, Montgomery; Leo
nard Hruder, Erneys, York; Andrew
Perry, Albion, Erie. Increase Henry
Mumper, Clearfield; William German,
Myerstown, Lebanon; Charles D. ICa
ler, Lebanon; Samuel McCann.Waynes
burg, Greene; Silas Church, Union
City, Erie. Original widow, etc. Mar
garctta U. Williams, Lewlstown, Mif
flin; special, Oct. 18, Llzzlo A. Paul
hnmus, Wllllamsport: Mary A. Shaner,
Hough Run, Uutler; Appollonla, Trapp,
Erie; Martha H. Kauffman, Salunga,
Lancaster.
Hot Pool Hull.
Bradford, Pa., Oct. 26. The hottest
football game of the season was played
hero today. An Altoona eleven, hired
by DuHols sports, came here to van
quish Company Ch football team, and
failed to get a score. Bradford was
credited with a score of 10.
'VRECK ON MOUNTAIN CUT-OFF.
Ilrcnklng of a Wheel on n Freight
Trnln Wn tho (.'nune.
Tho Mountain Cut-oft branch of the
Lehigh Valley railroad, at a point In
West Avoca between tho Erie and
Wyoming cross-over brldgo nnd the
switch leading Into tho Avoca colliery,
was the scene of a serious nccldent
about C.35 o'clock yesterday morning. A
freight trnln was wrecked and consid
erable damase done to rolling stock,
mu
I&fl I uSh
BfrH wT
I u
Mnss., nnd sho will give you honest,
free of charge.
JHts. lbvi P. I'latt, Womleysburg, Pn,, had
a terrible experience with tho Illness wo liavo
just described. Here hi her own description of
her sufferings:
"I thought I could not be so benefited by any
thing and keep it to myself. I had hysteria
(caused by womb trouble) in its worst form. I
was awfully nervous, low-spirited and melan
choly, and everything imaginable.
" The moment I was alone I would cry from
hour to ''.our; I did not enre whether I lived
or died. I told my husbaud I believed Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound would do
me good. I took it and am now well und
strong, and getting stouter. I have moro
though fortunately none of tho trnln
hands were Injured.
Extra engine 45S, with N. H. Dotter,
of this city, as conductor, was run
ning down the mountain to Coxton
with a train of freight cars, when a
wheel on ono of the cars suddenly
broke. Nine cars were thrown from
the track, and scattered about, com
pletely blocking both tracks. Ono of
the cars, a refrigerator, wns torn from
the trucks nnd the root was badly
damaged. A horse car lay upside down
when the crash was over, and several
box cars were badly damaged.
WreclUng crews from Coxton and
Wllkes-Barre were on tho scene soon
after the accident occurred, and by
11..10 o'clock they had the road cleared
so that traffic could be resumed, though
considerable additional work will bo
necessary to clear up the damaged
cars. The switch where the cars ran
off was broken, but the tracks were
not seriously damaged. The most seri
ous feature was the delay caused to
traffic, the road being overwhelmed
with business Just now. Last night's
Pittston Gazette.
A.MKUICAN TOOLS AUKOAD.
Purchasers Pound lor Them Nown
days Throughout the World.
From tho Sun.
American tools are sold all over the
world. The New York representative
of an American tool manufacturing es
tablishment, when asked where Amer
ican tools were sent, ran over the ex
port orders received that day. They
Included orders from Hungary, Aus
tria, Germany, France, England, South
Africa and South America. There were
altogether about twenty orders, and
from some of the countries named
there weru two or three orders. The
export orders of the previous day In
cluded orders from Russia, Australia,
and Now Zealand: and these were not
unusual orders, but such ns are con
stantly received. In the shipping room
at that moment stood cases marked
for Java, for Ecuador, and for Aus
tralia. Many of these orders aro small. In
some cases there were orders for a
single tool, or for two or three; for
some, orders of half a dozen, or two
or three dozen, to supply orders or to
keep lines filled. These small orders
are mostly from European countries,
with which communication Is nowa
days quick and convenient. European
merchants order these things Just
about as merchants In other cities in
this country would. It costs no moro
to send to London than it does to Chi
cago, and it Is as easy to send to Ber
lin ns It Is to Paterson.
The characteristics that commend
these American tools to their foreign
purchaseis are the same that mark
American machines and Implements
generally; lightness, line finish, and
perfect adaptability to their several
uses. Tho exports of American tools
to all parts of the world aro steadily
Increasing.
'
The Good Man's Invocation.
From the Atlanta Constitution.
Down in tho rural district It happened,
when tho Mean Mnn Invited the preach
er to dinner. Tho Mean Man hud plenty
of money, but ho didn't spend It on his
table, which on that occasion showed but
scant fare.
"Parson," said the Menn Man, "times
nlr hard an' groceries high: but, slch as
it is, you'ro welcome. Will you ax a
blcssln'?"
"I will," replied tho parson, "fold your
hands." And then he said:
"Lord, mako us thankful for what wo
nro about to receive for these greens
without bacon, this bread without salt,
this coffeo without sugar, and, after wo
havo received It, glvo Thy servant
strength to get home In tlmo for din
ner!" Ithrinnntisui Cured in u Dny.
"MYSTIC CURE" for Rheumatism
nnd Neuralgia radically cures In I to
3 days. Its action upon tho system Is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves nt onco tho cause and the disease
immediately disappears. The first doso
greatly benefits. 75 cents. Sold by Carl
Lorenz druggist, 413 Lackawanna ave.,
Scranton,
HIJAL ESTATE.
Advs. Under This tlcaj One Cent a Word.
frYoiTTiXviTphnd
I. rent, see HACICKIT.
TK YOU WISH TO 1IUY Oil UKNT A PROP.
1 erty, see HACKKTT, 1'JB WaalihiBtou
iivenue.
WANTED.
Advs, Under Thl Head One Cent a Word.
rTTwTTTiioJriFinT?
J private finally, with board for man nnd
wife; desirably audcentrallylocuted. HACK
ETT, Asent.
4, ft, t) OH 7 UOOMK KOKHMAI.ij KAM
, 111m. HACKKTT, Agent, lus Washing
ton avenue.
A JIASOItJIEiJ WITH SOME CAPITAL
V to help manufacture unci puih h money
limiting article, HACKli'lT, Agent, 1U
Washington avenue.
JV mid centrnlly located; not pver $!I6 u
mnntli. HAI'IfHTl". AL-unt. 1'IR Winhln.f-
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uini.. uiuni L' unlink nvalliiiir v
ton avenue.
I F YOU HAVK PltOPKIlTY FOH HALK Olt
L rout, nee- 1IACKBTT
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to have an
CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
Look
Through
The Tribune "Want"
columns. It may pay
you well. Many good
things are continually
offered in that depart
ment. Ml.
HELP WANTED-JUALES.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
A (5KNTS (SETS FIFTY CENTS ON KACil
iV dollar: no oxperleneo necessary. Write
fornKeut'HOUtllt. AddreHS THE CATHOLIC
NEW.4, ft llarclny Street, Now York.
WANTED AGENTH-S7S I'KIl MONTH
ami cxpenHCN palil actlvo men If rluht;
floods sold by sample only; sample, ulso
iorHO nnd carriage furnlslieit FIlEE. Ad
dress J01111EH, Uox5308, ltoitoii, Mnis.
SAI.ESMKN-NCHOOI, BUPPMKS: COUN
try work: 3100 salary monthly, with
liberal additional commissions. K. O.
EVANS & CO., Chicago.
WANTED-ANIDEA. WHOCANTHINK
ofBome simple tlilni? to patent? Pro
tect your Ideas; tliey may bring you wealth.
WrltoJOIIN WEDbEItltUKN & CO., Dept.
C. 2!l, Patent Attorneys, Washington, 1). li,
lorlbclrSlBMO prize oiler uud list of 1,000
inventions wanted.
WANTED-AS AGENT IN EVERY SEC
tlon to canvass; $1.00 to $r.0 a ilay
madc; sells at sight; also a man to sell .Staple
Goods to dealers; best tddo lino 87ft 11 month;
sulary or large commission made; experience
unnecessary. Clifton Soup and, Muuufuctur.
ug Company, Cincinnati, O.
A
7 ANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
every town to solicit stocK subicrlp-
tlons: a monopoly, bit; money for agents; no
capital required. KUW'AHU C. F1SII & CO.,
Ilorden llloolc, Chicago, 111.
HELP WANTED-FF.MALES.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
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ANTED-fJIKL FOR HOUSEWORK.
Apply 818 Monroe avenue.
TtrANTED-MIDDLE AOED COLORED
woman for genornl housoworlc, good
cook, to sleep homo nights. -UH .Mlltlluuve.
LADIES-I MAKE Hid WAOES DOINO
pleasant home work, and will gladly send
full particulars to all sending '2 cent stamp.
MlfaH L A. bTEHlUNa, Lawrence. Mich.
-1 17 anted-lady'agkntsT in rcran-
V ton to sell and introduce Snyder's cake
icing; experienced couvusser preferred; work
permanent nnd very profitable. Write for
particulars at once and get benefit of holiday
liudo. T. ll.MNYDEIt & CO., Cincinnati, U.
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7 ANTED IMMEDIATELY-TWO ENER
' irctlo saleswomen In rcmesent us.
Guaranteed Sit a day without Interfering
with other duties. Healthful occupation.
Write for paitlcularu, enclosing Mump,
MANGO CHKMICAL COMPANVT No. 7-
John street, New York.
FOU KENT.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
IT
TACKETT HAH HOUSES pill TO 97ft.
l'jft Washington uvenue.
rF YOU ARE LOOKING TOIIUY Olt RENT
L a property, see HAUKETT.
I?OK RENT 103 HPRUCE STREET; 11
V rooms; brick. Inquire 15 UO Washing
ton avuuue.
F
OR KKNT HIUUK HUILDINO, BUITA-
bio ror grocery or restaurant; only it
block from D., I it W. statlou; nossesHloii
given Nov. 1. Address KHRHARDT, City,
General Delivery.
FOR SALE.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
riMIREH STOVES FOR HALE AT KEMPS
X PHOTO STUDIO, 10:1 Wyoming ave.
"l?INK RETAIL JlEAT HUHINEHHFOR
P sale: one of the best In the central part
of the city; good lmylnic trude; satisfactory
reasons for selling. HOHKRTSON A HITCH
COCK. Real Estate, und Insurance, 10 1 Lack-
1 awunuu uveuue.
Wklik
Her Majesty's Corset.
Creates an Exquisite Figure.
produces n Long, bicmicr must.
The greatest health giver and bcautifier of
produced.
Opportunity
exquisite figure and learn what a
corset rcauy is.
Mile. A. A. Laws,
The Expert Fitter or Her Majesty's Corsets,
commences one week's engagement at our store on Monday,
October 25th, and ending on Saturday, October 30th.
It will give her great pleasure to explain the many merits
of this Celebrated Corset, and give fittings, thus illustrating with
out doubt the exquisite figure and long graceful waist it will
create. We desire to call special attention to Her Majesty's
Corset made in extra long waist, which is without doubt the
longest waisted and most exquisitely formed
duced.
We also have Her Majesty's New Short Corsets, the latest
production. CHIC and ELEGANT. Gives to certain figures
an exquisite and lithesome appearance.
Acknowledged by Modistes to be perfection,
Little Princess Corset
The only Corset made for Girls, Misses and Ladies of slight
figure. It is constructed under the same patent as Her Mejesty's,
and will give complete satisfaction.
Mothers, as a duty to their daughters, should have them
wear the Little Princess Corset.
It is the acme of all that is good.
We will also have on exhibition a line of Her Majesty's
Corsets made of Satin of the most beautiful designs. These
goods are very light in weight and comfortable.
Engagements can be made with MLLE. LAWS by mail or
telegraph or by calling at the store.
We trust ladies will avail themselves of this opportunity.
AGENTS WANTED.
AGENT FOR LACKAWANNA COUNTY
to sell the Hraliani Patent Pens nnd
mako tilg money; samples tree, iiox um,
Honesdnte, Pn.
AGENTS TO SELL OUR ftOc. STORM
Uoor; samplo prepaid upon receipt of
price, AMERICAN STORM DOOR CO.,
Port Huron, .Mich.
KLONDIKE AGENTS WANTED FOR
large illustrated bonk of Klondike, five
hundred pages; price $1. no; outfit 10c. Ad
dress NATIONAL PC1ILISHINUCO,, Lnko
slde Ilnlldlng, Chicago, 111.
A TANTF.D-SOLICITORS: NO DELIVER.
Ing, no collecting; position permanent;
my weekly; state age. ULEN UUOTUEUS,
AGENTS-WIIAT ARE YOU GOING TO
do about Safe Citizenship prlco pi. Go
ing by thousands. Address NICHOLS,
Nnpcrvlllo, 111
AGENTS-TO "SELL OUR PRACTICAL
gold, silver, nickel nnd copper elettr
plasters; prices from Sil upward; salary an
expenses paid; outfit free. Address, win
stamp. Mlt'1 1 1 PAN MFG CO.. CI 1 1 cago.
AGENTS-TO SELL CIGARS TO DEAU
era; $25 weekly and expenses; experi
ence unnecessary. CONSOLIDATED MFli
CO., 48 Van Uuren St., Chicago.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
Qa,00() WILL PURCHASE AN EST.viT
O lished business which has paid since Jan
uary 1, 181(5, over (il.orm clear of nil ex
penses; must sell on account of other busl
nessnnd falling health; everything confiden
tial. C F enro Tribune.
CITY SCAVENGER.
AIUiRIGGS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
nnd cess pools; no odor. Improved
pumps used. A. I1RIGGS, Proprietor.
Leave orders 1100 N. Maln.ave., or ElcKes'
drug store, corner Adams and .Mulberry,
'lelcphouoiioio.
"WAS. COOPER, CITY SCAVENGER,
'- All orders promptly attended to, day or
night. All the lntest appliances. Charges
reasonable. 71 Scrautou ttreet. Ho use
11115 Washburn street.
CHIROPODIST AND .MANICURE.
C'RNsTlUNToNSiT'lNGROWIN'fl
nnlls cured without tlio least pain or
drawing blood. Consultation and advice
given tree. E. M. HETZEI, Chiropodist.
;i!!0 Lnckawnnnn avenue. Ladles attended
at their residence. If desired. Cburgos moder
ate. SITUATIONS WANTED.
QITL'ATION WANTED FIRST-CLASS
ij butcher, 10 years' experience; good
meat cutter, sausugo nnd bologuu maker.
lift Pcnn avenue.
AN'FEllVAslfiNO, IRONING OR
uny kind ot work by the day. Call at
010 Loo Court.
TanTku'ohitTonhy YtiiiNfTTi an
II 17 years of mje; work of any kind ac
cented; will work for board and clothing.
Audreys C. V., Tribune otllee,
VOUNG MAN 22 DESIRES POSITI'
J ns n waiter or bartender; handy 111
around 11 place; not ntrald of work: wllln
tn word at anything; best references. A'
dress J. II., Hi Frnnklln avenue.
A YOUNG LADY DESIRES A POSITION
as stenographer nnd typewriter. Ad-
fin PlblllFllIIU
dress o., Tribune ofllce,
VOUNO WOMAN WOULD LIKE HAH
1 her towels to wash. MRS. M. 1.. Ill
Hickory street.
SITUATION WANTED-ltY A WOMAN
O to do washing und ironing by the day or
house cleaning or any kind of work Ad
d ressfi 2 U La c lin wa nna avenue, third Moo r.
VOUNG MAN 22 DESIRES POSITION AT
1 bartending; handy man around n place;
best references. Address J, II., 112 trunk-
II 11 avenue.
VOUNO MAN 2 J WANTS WORK IN
1 store or office; can write English ami
German. Address W. E. M., General Dell.
cry, Scranton, P11.
WANTED-SET OF HOOKS T.O WRITE
ut In evenings after 7 o'clock. Ad
dress HARRY WRIGHT, 1422 Wyoming
avenue.
"I VANTED-POMITION AS HOUSEKEEP-
er by nn Amerlcun widow, aged -111,
with no family.
MRS. C. DECKER, Pitts.
ion, I'u.
SITUATION WANTKD-11Y A YOUNO
man 2M years old, us night wutchmnn or
uny other kind of employment. Address P.
M., Tribune olllue.
WANTED-A YOUNG LADY WOULD
like to do wrltlngof any klndut home.
Address kj, J., Tribune office.
the fig
;urc ever
perfectly fitting
corset ever pro
127-129
WYOMING AVENUE,
r
K
, . . ATTENT
Now get a hustle on and win a
prize. We will present tho Foot
Ball Team winning the largest per
centage of games played this sea
son with a Spaulding J foot ball and
inflator. The only conditions are
the teams must purchase their uni
forms and goods of us, and play
not less than six games. Teams
will please leave their names with
us and report all games played
with the score. This will include
the games already played.
C.M.FLOREY
222 Wyoming Ave.
SPORTSMEN, ATTENTION-
LUtf
X " --3
3-'&r-
W.-4.
o
UR PRICES AND OOODS are Just right.
'"itc uiiiu dim jiiuiiv, -v ...
u. Hpet'lal Drives in everything a Hportw
mnn needn, Uun, KiMnnu Tuckie, Cnnvn
UootW. Bane Hall, KooUmll ana AtUletlo
S, .' . ! l' .l.,r ,..,..,nlM.
UOUUtf til firil'Co 111(11 uvij vuuijiouwu.
A.W.
. ACT.,
324
Spruce St
THE
Hie POWDER CG
J
300MS I AND 2, CORI'LTH Vl'Vf
SCRANTON. PA.
MINING AND BLASTING
POWDER
MADE AT MOO8IC AND RUMfr
DAUB WOIUCfll
IAFLIN A RAND PO'VDBR CS
ORANGE aUN POWDER
Electric Ratterles, Eloctrlo Einlidori. for OE'
plodlug blasts, Safety Fuse, and
Repauao Chemical Co. '3
limit
EXPLOSIVES.
TO WHOM IT .MAY CONCERN.
Advi. Under This Head One Cent Word.
lWVWWMWAAAMMAiAAi
MOTlCE-1 AM NOTRESPONSIHLK FOP
X uny debts of Nora Lludsey Alurlght,
nnd will not pay uny debts contracted by hei
Xor uny purpose, FRANCIS ALllRIUllT.
FOiJT BALL TEAMS
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