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THE SORANTON TKIBUJB-FRIDA.Y MORNING, DEOBStUER 31, 180T.
AT FOREST CITY
Proceedings of the Meeting Held Yes
terday. RESOLUTIONS THAT WORK ADOPTliD
Ucv. 31. Ilntitor Held, ol Afrlcn, Vl
diosscs llin Convention -- C'nin
nillltM' on Nomlnntlniii .Makes n
lleport--Tlio .Musical rcntttrcs ol
Hxm itil to tin- S( Million Tllbllllc
Km est City. Due 3U At Wednesday
selling's session, the meeting opened
with a pi nisi- service "Theie Shall ui
silnnsus of Ulesslnir" was sung aii'l
thn eholr followed this with nil anthem
ltd. II. .1. Oinni? led the devotional
s ivlcis. lending the thllteenth chapter
of I Coilnthluim. and utTeiliiK ptnyec.
After it cilo by David .1. Jones, tho
committee on ronlntions made the
following lepoit who'll was adopted.
W'lieieJH. We the deleyules to the
furlstl in Endeuvoi convention ol the
SiiMitii lianiii Com t. union nie iseinbleil
at 1 oiest Cll.v. l'.i . b It
llcsnlvtd. That c espies our thanks
in tin- nicinbets and Ituxtcis ol tin' Lap
list ellliuh fin tin- use or theli building
fur tin- holding of our convention.
Th it we most uueiiulvoiulls espies mir
iMiitltiiile for and appreciation of the lin
iiliulltv nnd Intuitu s show n ') tin peo
llli ill Potest Clt.
I'll it the co-opeiiillon or the Epuorlli
league nf the Methodist Kpisiop.il ilillich
tin- Young Pioplt's union ol the llnitlt
i hilt eh atnl the Vulldllllg Clillstlnii En
ili iv or voilit.s met It our highest com
iiu itiliitloii nnd most sincere appreciation.
That as a mat U of appreciation ve es
tiiul mil- th.mk to Mis. It. 1J. Utile and
tile Junior superintendents foi their ettl
cluit wot kin the Junior department.
That ve leeoiinlzo that much etedlt Is
due I'reslduit Mosley and Secretailes
Pinnle L. Itted nnd Mnrv Scotten for Hid
utile ulinngcmetit and most escclleiit
lUOKi.imine which has been ploviiled
Tlt.it our thanks are due to the choir for
fitrnlshlnir such escelbut music at our
That we thank the Km est Cliy NiWs
nnd other member of the vicinity ptei
for favors which they have so treelv
A quintette composed of Misses Flo
nnd Stella Allen nnd Messts i:bene7r
Pi lee and Kdwatd Owens, reticle! od
"Let Not Your Heart He Troubled" in
nn excellent manner, nfter which a
beautiful temperance banner was pre
sented to the East Aratat society, that
organization having (secured the most
signets to the temperance pledge, In
proportion to Its numbers Mr. Howell
made a very effective preliminary ad
dress.. An anthem was sung by the choir
nnd the president Intioduced Rev M.
Hunter Held, who has been In Afilca
as a mlsslonni y for eight sears and
expects soon to return to his l.ibota In
that continent. Mr. Held Is a young
man of prepossessing appearance nn 1
Is a very forcible and interesting speak
er He descilbed the count! y, lit telly
told of Its climate and customs and
made an appeal for Ameilcan aslst
it nee that was full of the pathos and
eloquent e of an all-absorbing lnteiest
In the "Daik Continent."
Tho evening session ended with a.
i otHPcrntion meeting led by Uev. D J.
V. sunrise prayer meeting was hld
it 0 45 At 8.43 the lnst session opon-
d by the hinging of the hymn "Come,
Thou Fount of Kvery Hle.slng." De
votional e.setclses came nest, wil'i
scilptuie leading and player by Rev,
O M. Demcott. of I.ako View.
Tho committee on nominations io
poited ns follow.' For president, Geo.
W Tltdell, of 'Susquehanna: vice pi ev
ident. V.. V. Jones, Harford; secretary,
Mls.s Anna Hairlngton, of Montrose;
tteaHiirer, Thomas Jeff leys, Susque
hanna; supeilntendent of good citi
zenship work. Alfied Bovvell, of Her.
lick supeilntendent of prayer meet
lug work. Rev. O. M. Demcott, Lake.
Mew, superintendent of Junior work,
Rev. William Wilbur, Jackson; tnlii
slonaiy superintendent, F. A. Davis,
Alfred Howell made the repot t of th"
committee on temperance work. He
had written one hundred and six let
ters, traveled three hundred miles and
met with eleven societies. He thought
the committee should be composed of
one active Chtistian wotker ftom eaci
Miss Mary Scotten leported for th"
lookout committee, and Miss Fannie
Li. Reed for the committee on mission
ary work. Many tracts had been sent
out through the county.
For the evangelistic committee Rev.
John Davis repotted by letter, not be
ing able to be ptesent. Ills statement
of the woik done was very satlsrjt
tory. The troasuter lepoited receipts to
have been $43.10 and expendltutes $n,
leaving $32.10 in the tieasury. Hills
aggregating JS.40 were oideted paid
nnd $3 was donated to Rev. M. Hunter
Held for mUsslonaty work.
The committee on the place for hold
tng the next convention lepoited In
favor of Susquehanna and the lepoit
was adopted. V. 1. Patterson suggest
ed that the time of holding the con
vention be changed, on account of the
fact that during the holidays eveiy
ntiL was busy and that generally the
weather was pretty Inclement fot those
who had to come any distance by open
conveyance. The delegates acted on
the suggestion and lecommended that
the executive committee change the
time to September or Octobet.
Rev. William Wilbur led In prayer
nnd pronounced the benediction, nnd
the convention ndoumed. It was help,
ful and Intetestlng throughout and
pave every Chtistian Hndeavoier who
attended It new zeal and coutage.
Scott's Emulsion is not a
"baby food," but is a most
excellent food for babies
who are not well nourished.
A part of a teaspoonful
.mixed in milk and given
every three or four hours,
will give the mo'st happy
Thecod-liver oil with the
hypophosphites added, as in
this palatable emulsion, n'ot
only to feeds the child,-but
;glso regulates its digestive
Ask your doctor about this.
joe nJ$i,oa; all diujgUti.
COTT & IIOVVNF, Chemltr,k'ew.Yorl!. .
The t'rcsbyteilan choir tendered the
anthems and In the other selections
was aided by members of the Hnptlst
choir. The muslcvvnucxccllent through
out nnd muny favorable comments
were hentd on It. The sons and ciuar
tetle Wednesday afternoon by Miss May
Watklns Mrs. William Watklns and
Messrs. .Tames Jennings and D. J. Jones
were especially well lecclved, as was
also the solo by Miss Watklns nnd the
singing In the evening by a ctunttette
composed of Misses Flo and Stella Al
len and Messrs. I'benerer Price and
SGRMONBY A MADMAN.
Thompson Wont Crtii Alter
the .Moody .Meeting.
New Castle, Pa., Dec. 30. John
Thompson, of Mnhonlngtnwu, attend
ed the Moody meetings nt Plttsblltg
tetently, and Is now an Inmate of Dlx
inont asylum, having gone Insane on
lellglon. After his tctutn from Pitts
burg he talked much on lellglon. Last
.Sunday he attended Sunday school at
the Miihnnlngtowii Methodist Eplscn
pal chinch, and Insisted on itinnlug
things to suit himself. When the
school was dismissed he ascended the i
pulpit and announced Hint he would I
conduct the et vices '
in wiin uev. .mi eouiKo nnu mem- i
!..... ..! .1 .i.. ......... i
. . i-""km-kiiiiii luii-iiiu.-ii
wiin nun. inompson leiiu u
(ii MMiptute and tnen liegan such a
seltiiuii ns the congiegiitlon had never
befote heard. He denounieil the Itike
wmmness uf Bome ineniliei. in the
most scathing l.iiiguagc. and struck
stialght ftom the shoulilet at what he
was pleased to teim the sn of the
chinch Some of the congregation were
moved to teats and otheis smiled.
When Thompson noised the i holi to
sing, that body lefused, and this made
the madman veiv angiy. Thompson
was wot king hlni'elf into such u fien?y
that an olllcer had to be willed to In
duce hlm to come out of the pulpit and
take a seat In the congregation.
On the streets Monday. Thompson
announced that he was Chrlt. and had
come to save the wotld. He caused
constei nation by scblng several little
gills and declaring that they must be
offeted up as sacrifice Last night
Dis. Paris Sho.iff and II. K. McMlllln
adjudged hlm insane, and lie was taken
i:orblluiit PrltiHnc Mill. I
Hanlsburg, Dec. 30 The attorney i
general, at the iequet of Ooveinor
Hastings, today gave a heating and I
rendered an opinion on the objections '
made by the supeilntendent of public I
printing to ceitnln Items of a bill ren- )
del eel by the public pt Inter. It was i
charged that they were exorbitant as
well as illegal. The total amount dis
allowed by the attorney geneial Is $7.
000, some of the items being disallowed
and others cut down.
fitinntir .liiinps u Train.
Altoona, Pa., Dec. .10. Adam I'fef
fer, who had second-class ti asporta
tion from New I'lm. .Minn., to Hum
but g. Germany, Jumped through a car
window f i om Atlantic exptess eat In
the vicinity of South Folk this morn
ing and was Instantly killed. Ills body
was run over bv a locomotive before
It was found bv .earchlng tialnmen.
Pfeffer was demented and ImaRlned he
was being pin sued by enemies.
Mr. I.clsenrini:' Hoom.
Wllke- Hane, Dec. 30. At a meeting
of the Republican count; committee
to lay. ex-Congressman John Lelsen
rlng was endorsed for governor. T)u
fi lends of the ex-congressman claim
the nittun of the committee Is a suf
ficient answer to those newspapeis
that have been ouestlonlng the sincer
ity of Mr. Lelseni lug's cnndldacy. He
Is in the field to make the fight.
Honey Ilrnok Strike Settled.
Hazleton, Pa., Dec 30. A committee '
of the striking employes In the Honey '
Ctook dlsttlct held u conference today '
with Superintendent Gomer Jones, tho J
result of which was an amicable settle
ment of the strike begun yesteulay.
All the men discharged are to be leln- '
stated and toinoirow woik at both i
Honey Uiook and Audemled will be
Killed bv a Iturstlnc I'ly v heel.
Lancaster, Pa., Dec. 30. Marls Mnule,
aged 2'1 yeais, was almost Instantly
killed today by the bursting of the ll
wheel of an old-fashioned threshing
machine on the farm of his father, Na
than Maule, at Hanover, Chester coun
ts. His skull was crushed In.
Killed by a railing Null.
Philadelphia, Dec. 30. Thomas Kane,
of 91C Tteet stieet. was Instantly killed
today by a falling wull at the Pennsyl
vania halt vvoiKs, and two other nn-n
vveie slightly Injuied. The tluee men
were vvoi king In a kiln when the wall
on one side, twenty feet high, collapsed.
Washington, Dee 30. These Penn
s.vlvanla pensions have been Issued:
Oilglnnl widow, etc Cnthnilne Pp.
ham. Neath, lliadfoul, $S. Is.ibelle
Starr, Sciantun, $S.
USED HIS PAPER BAG.
Voutliliil shop Lilteis Cnplined
Iho I our Cent Store,
Meyer unci Moses Hutrlson, hi otheis,
of Penn avenue, and Chaille Wagner,
of Fianklln u venue, each undei Pi
yeais of asv. weie dettited In the act
of 'lifting" lead pencils In the Tour
Cent store jesterdaj afternoon. The
cleik who mude the dlscoveiy, upon
sent ehlng Wastier found u couple of
bottles of cologne, lead pencils, mi,,
bei balls and othet miles in a news
paper bag which the buy cattled.
The young thieves weie handed over
to Patiolman Chutles Neuls and weie
taken to the police station They ad
mitted taking the goods, and will be
given a hearing today
I'hey .Musi lio I'ili'il lleloic .Ian, 18,
ir mid t!8 mill III.
Nominations fen eltv olllees must he
ll!d btfoie Jnnuaiy IS. fur boioughs
ind townships. Jauunty JS is the last
Nomination papers fiom dtles must
he in the hands of the eommlssloners
ott oi before Jantmiy L'3 nnd fiom bor
ooiiis and townships not later than
.1 miiaiy 31.
'I'he thin! annual bnll of the St. jo
senh'H Teinpeiunte soclctv will tnke
place this (Krlduyi evening at their
hall on Main stieet. A capable com
mittee Iiuh chaige of the nffatr nnd It
promlpes to he u success. Music will
be furnished by I'tof. McDermott. A
neut und attinctlve souveuli pro
Kinmme svlll be distributed.
ttov D. W. MiCarthy. of ABhley,
svns a Mluonku vlsltot yesteiday,
:. II. Campbell Ib mentioned us the
Kepublhuu candidate for nupeivlbor In
the Southwest district.-
Movement to Establish Uniform Con
dltlons In the Industry.
FIFTY.TWO OPERATORS COINCIDE
.Men Who Control I'.lclily- I'vvo .Minos,
liming u Production ol H, l.,li:i
Tons Out of ll,tri7.000 Tons Hnvo
Signed t'ia Document Commis
sion to Ilnlorce Iiiiws.
Plttfibittg. Dec 30 A meeting of coal
opetatois Interested In the movement
to establish uniform conditions In the
tout lndustty Is In session hole today.
Pndet the original ngt cement, 05 per
tent, of the opetntor were necessaiy
to make it effective, but this was modi-
I tied at a lucent Joint meeting of oper-
atots and miners by the latter prom
ising to grant the signets of the ngtee
tnetit n ten per cent, per ton dlffcien
tlal. Seeietniy Johnson, of the uni
formity committee, tepotted today that
nn,.,,, ,. ,..,.,.. , ,.ini,r ,,t,-ntv.
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, iii..h,uii,B production or fWJ,-
it:; tons nut of 11..4.1T.000 tons, niui
signed the iigteemi lit
Miinv opetntors fa vol ed putting the
.iKietmee' Into effect on Jan. 1. but
- t hsi i President DeAr
jn ' f tli- N otk nnd Cleveland
i 'nn i i .iii.,tu . who Insisted Hint
ih. 'n nt illffeieiitlnl should fltst
K-. '- i ff,.(l
No dellnlt" in Hon has been tnken. Tf
the Hgt cement Ik i.itltled at today's
line Hug. the rnmiiilsslon of nln oper
atois to enfoice the terms of the same
Will be' elected
Aftei n lengthy discussion without
leaching a settlement, the tinetlng nd
Joiiimd. N'o date was Used for an
GREEN RIDGE tlUN CLUBS SIIC0T.
(oo(l Dit Promised nt tho Grounds
on t'npouse Avenue Saturday.
The Gieen Ridge Gun club of Scran
ton will shoot, and euteitnlu thelt
friends on Satin day, Nw Year's day,
at theli club giotinds on Capouse ave
nue. All sportsmen nie Invited to nt
tend Shooting will commence at 10
o'clock In the morning nnd will last all
day. Loaded ammunition may be oh
tnlned at moderate pi ices on the
gi omuls, and the pilzes will be distrib
uted ufter each event.
First event. 10 clay pigeon; entt.iuee,
2.".e. , prize. bo of shells.
Si tond event, 10 cluv pigeon, for nov
ices oiilv, entrance. 2'c; prize, leatlie v '
'J'l'iiee event, 10 clay pig ms; entt.ince,
1 r,0c ; Hi st prize, -'"-pound 1m chilled shot,
pi-cond pilze, 1 pound smokeless powder.
ruuilli event, 10 clay plueims; entrance.
pnze. minting sin ii vet
111(11 iunlll Ifl trii 111 if, ... . i..u -. I. r...
. .... , ,. .iv.. v vjuj i'imwii. ivj. n'Mni't i
only, entrance, Mc, prize, knit shooilng
Slsth event, 1" clav pigeons, entrance,
, .Vic., pilze, knit shooting blou-e
Seventh event 10 clav pigeons, lor nov
ices onlj ; entt.ince, -.Ic; prize, canvas
I Eighth event. 10 cla pigeons; enli.inee,
Vic ; prize, canvas hunting coat.
Ninth event II clay plucons, entrance, i
I .Vic, prize, leather gun case.
Tenth event. 10 clay pigeon ; entiance.'j
inc.; iiri?e spin uimnoo nsning roil. z
Tho entinnce fee Includes the cost
of Clay pigeons and pilzes will be
substantial at tides. The club expects
a large attendance and a good time
With the exception of the events mat li
ed for novices only, all events are open
to all spoilsmen.
TAPPED A WALL OF WATER.'
Incitement In the .Murray
A woikman In the Munay mine,
Dunmoie, yesteulay drilled a bole
tluough a narrow partition into the
abandoned Hallay mine, letting Into
the Muria mine a strong lush of
The workmen In that pnit of thp
mine had to diop thulr tools and llee
for their lives. The excitement tre
ated n stampede In the lest of the
mine and In a shott time all the vvenk
inen vveie huddled In a bunch at the
foot of the shaft, waiting for, the ca
llage. Cooler heads heaul the tiue uatttie
of the di.stui bunco and after a shoit
delay the excitement was allujed.
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE.
I Hinder this heading short letters of In
i terest will be published when accompa
nied, for publication, bj the writir's
i name. The Tribune will not be held re
sponsible loi optnlons here cxpiesspcj,
(aid I'roiu I alher llcinhiiiski.
Editor of The Tilbune
Sir In a (.ommuiilciiiou -lencU h
L.ipatyuer In which he took the Homy
of iislnB m name In connettlnn with the
I suit btuithht bj P Tubisis against I.a-
p.itvnei, Hiv, Ml Prank llndui. Leon Ol-
oheiskl. The in title states "I believe Unit
T.ilnsz, lllldil the advice of I'uthci Ii,
Dembltiskl, bis iutlmute Hlend uttempteel
to woik a blackmail scheme.' I desire
in state emphatically that no sue li neUI o
was given b me to T.ilus, and that the
suit was biought to letovel the damarf-s
tor the Ki-at wiong and Injur vvhMi
Tulasz tljliuid hid been done tu hlm
b L.lp.itjutl and the othet ilefeinllllt-i
Tilasss tame to me and told me ot the
mannet be had been treated, and utter
insulting loiuisil he brouuht tin Mitt,
Tnliisi is a lespt etable man and owns
ptopeitv In Sin ii.lslniig. ani'. holds a le.
sponsible po-dtlon in a Lionel wlniv he
has been empln.M d for tvwlvc jeirs.
When he til lis el In Hiruuton he hud
moie than $1W In bis possesion, which
he brought wlih hlm. utid which was
seen bv people of good standing III
tumuiimltv betoie he visited Ilev.
Illidoi'!. leslilenee. Tal.nv. emphntli alls
denied to me ihut he took any moil, v
fiom Htv. Mr. Iludor's house, and 1 mn
hiloimed b Aldeimin .Millar that he per
slitd in such denlnl at the time nf tim
hulling. Talus, stated to me that II w is
uildulhhl when he was nt tested and th.it
lie had aid the fot t dnllnis because be
was n Httaimei In the city and l.a') it , ner,
Leon Olchefsici who had In eluige
tlueateued to put bhn In jull If ho did not
line ll At 111. lilili.rimiti'u iifll,... I,u .1..
1. ...1 it 1. .11... ,
l if, rm b SI , V Vl.n",, . m
l 11111 11 rormeil lis Aideini.ii .iliibut that
Leon 01cllfsk took (Ise dollars nud La-
patvuer tsso dolalls of the ininirit. 'I lie
only advice ulseti by me In this nnnr
was mil b as J bi llese I slioul 1 to n peison
ssho has been vvnmv'i-d In the I wnnur
that Tal.is. claimed he had been
lleelor S.u-ied Heurt Calhoil.- Chuiili
I'lospect avenue, rleiauton.
C11I1111I1 lor Tss'cnts Vcihh nud (incd
111 11 1'i-iv lias.
Nolhlng too simple, nothing too hutd
foi 1)1. Agness's Cutttllhlil 1'ossder to
give lellef In an Instant Hon. Oeoige
James, of Stanton. I'u., Buys: "I have
been a inuitr to Cutuirh for 20 yeur.s
constnnt houghing, dmpplng In the
tin oat and pain In the hend, vety
ulfenslvo bieuth. I tiled Dr. Agnosv's
Cnturthal t'osvdei. The flint applica
tion gave liiBtnnt lellef. After using a
few hottloH all .these syniptonis of Cu
tallh left iru. It Is a gloat lemedy."
Hold by Mntttiews Htos. 2, '
It KM' WANTKI) 1 CKNT A WORD
Poll III5NT lC'P.NT A WOllt)
t'oit ham-: i ci:nt A WOltl)
ItKAti KSTATi: 1UP.NTA WOHI)
AUI2N1H WANTKU 1 Ci:NT A WOltll
Free of Charge.
All iidvurtlsetiietiM Inserted In theio
colli Ml D retxeeiitliiir Sltiiiitlons Wiinti'il.
which are miolMieil licoofchiirtfe,) nro pny-
iinio miirii.) . aiiv.v.m 1.
link to liavu them i liuraeil.
Aih . Under Till limit One Cent a Word.
WANi'im-coi'ii:-. or tiik sckan.
ion '1 rlliiuu" of .March 'JTi I HP7. A lire
nit ii in will he pili! for the mime II lironglit to
the Irlhiiiio Oillci'i V nslilnulon avenue.
II i:i.l AV ANTUIJ-M ALES.
Aelv. UniterThl HenJ One Cent a Wont,
WA.'li:il-A (IOOII SAMXMAV TO
sell Victor dviimnlte. Applv, K.
initt'KHi: muii i:pi.o-hvk t'u, in-
ni:i.i wanti:ii-vi: WANT MKX K) '
sen our iii-iure fnrms; trial on com. i
lon; If siitlsfaitorv, will nnv weekly
t I.. ltl-..ia, -Jill vvasiiinaion
1-5 try work; sl)l) salary montnly, with
llbernl lulclltlonal couimUslims. It. O.
i:AXH A t'O., C'hlcnso.
AA7"AN'TKI)-- M AOKN r IN
tlon to canvass; SI. no to
,tio n ilav
ninde; Fellsnt stent, nlkoa niiin to sell stuplo
(icxhN to dealers; besl side line ST.". n month;
fnlmy or large commission mnele; esperlenca
unncccHHiiry. Clifton t-onp and iluiiitluctiif
til! Company, C'nicluimtl, O.
7ANTI.0 - WKIX-KNOVVN MAN IN
every town to solicit stock suliscilp
tlons, amonopolv; his money lor uscnts, no
rnpittil ieiiilrud. KUWAHO C. Klall & CO.,
ltorelen lllock, Chicago, lit.
II ELI V ANTED EEM ALES.
Ad4. Under ThU HeaJ One Cent a Word.
U'ANI'KO-V Otltl. I'OH (tKNHItAI.
buiisevvotl:. Apply at ."i:i!l Adams ave
Gmit.s roit oi:vi:i:ai. iioi'skwohk;
r reference required. Hoom '.', Aicade.
' end homework
(IIUI. I'OH (1K.V
J. T. IJOYUH, l!li
LAI)'.US-I MAICi: HIO WAGES 110INO
pleasant homo work, nnd w 111 Kindly send
full paitlculnii to nil sending 'J cent stamp.
.MIfe, M. A. .VrKHllI.NS, I-uwreuce, .Mich.
V toil to sell and lntlndllrti Stivilet-H eulci.
'clngj experienced canvasier prefeirecl; vorlj
pcimnnent and very protltiihlc. Write for
paitlitilniH nt oiiromid get benefit of holldnv
linde. T. lUbNYHKIt .V. CO.. Clncliiiiatl, O.
VANTED IMMEDIATELY TWO ENEK-
KCtlc snlesuomen to rcpieent in.
Guaranteed ill a day without lnterfeiliii
H llti rilhmi rlntl.d tlnnltl.A.I n.. .. .!,
ll i.- r . ... .
ruo ior pmuruinrH, cnciL.injr
MANGO CHEMICAL COMl'AN. No. 7U
John street, Jve,v iork.
Ad. Under Thli Head One Cent a Word.
Villi' "illixT-XtNE-UOOM 'lloi'sE.'MOD
A ern liuprovuineiits IlU'j.Incksoii St.
I 7011 II EXT-1
loom with or
without board, at lll'J
X1 floor cornel. 'JOl W'ushlnnton avenue.
QIXOXD li.OOH OK'JPJPENNAVENl'E;
O eight ioom, hath, modern 1 mi m mo
ments l. W.lOKE-j, Attorney, lilll Wo
iMonr-TtooM iioiTsE. iia ni. .modehx
Sid ImiiioemiiitS', 700 Electric avenue,
(.ieen ttldge 1' W hTOICEs, Attorney,
i;iC. Wjomlng nvenue
Ailvs. Under Jills Head One Cint a Word.
stieet; good rennns.
I'OH SALE ONE -O-HOItSi:
I boiler, as good ns new. TIIK
.Ml LI. CO
.MONEY TO LOAN.
Advs. Under Till Head One Cent a Word.
MOXl'A Til LOAN S.-idll, SHOO, Sl.OIIO,
S'-'.Otltl nnd other stuns for straight
A No uioaev cm itionl lilv nnvnieni
1IHOWX, Attoines, Meiim building.
VOriCE IS IIEHEI11 (HVEX TH T
iv tlieuniiuiil mei'tlug or the Htoc Kliolders
ot the Si'iantoii nnd littstou Trnctlnu com
pany will be held at the olllee of tho com.
puny, room .'till Hoard of Tiude bulldln;,
Seiaiitou, I'cnnslMinla, l'l'liiniuy Tth,lHH8,
ut Ida. in . for tho elei tlon ot dlrectoiH lor
theensulm: .ve.n, and for hiicIi other business
us mill piopeilv eoiiie hclure the meeting
HOIIEItr l . UlAMs, Secietuiv
vorit'i: h iir.HEHY oivex th st the
uniiual meeting of the htoekholdeis of
the Luckiiwiiiinu V alles Irnctlou cnnip.iuy
u 111 be held lit thu olllco of the coinpaii),
loonilio I Hoard uf Trade btillilln.', seiiiu
ton, I'ennsvlvaiiln, rebiiiiuy 1st, IMtls, at
llta in., roi the election ofdlicetoM loi tho
ensuing .sear, and loi such other business as
may pioperls mine before the meeting.
HliHEItrc All SMs, Hecietnry.
XTOlicH Is HEHEIIY 1. IS'E.N THAT HIE
li uniiuiil meeting of the stockholders of
tiiuXatlonal llorins and Dillling conipuiiy
will be In 1(1 ul the olllee of tho eomniii),
room No. tin, ( ommouwealtli bulldliu,
eiantou, I'eniK.vlsnuin. .luiiuary 'Jilth,
IsiH.nt 'J o clock p 111., lor the purpose of
eleetliutdlliM tors loi the ensuing seal, uud
lot the tiansuetloii ol such other business ns
inuv pioperly eomu before tho nieiUni;.
V. D. HOYEIL.Seeietni.s.
flMIE SXM'AL Ml'.ETIXH Ol' 1111'.
1 htoekholdeis of thu lblr.1 Xntloual
Hank, 01 seiaiitou, lor I lie elti'tlonof Ulieo
open trolu tbrieo'i lock until four o'clock, p.
111. -o ', 1 i.
' 'iMiTi"in'.(Ti i.sh ix'xr'Ci. m'ix'ii.mj
I 1 of the members of I'he Sineilcan
.Mutual indemult.s . ompanv win be held ut ;
company's home olllee, 'I uulers' Xutlouul
Hank lluddlug, seiaiitou, I'u, on 'I'liesdus,
the '.Tit h ilny of .lanuni.s, Ihlls, ill lOo'eloek '
11 111., for the purpose ofelei-tlng a Hoard of ,
lllieetois ior tho ensuing year i
THOS It. IlltAtlKs, seeietnr.s.
AH.IIHHK.S ( ,;.VXS rilIVY VAUL'I's
. and cess pools; no odor. Improved
tminiiK used. V. llHKKiS. I'lonrlctur.
Leas eorder 1 1 on X. Main live., or ElcuuV
, Ulllg Bl0le Aduuw uud .Mulberry,
"HAH. COOI'KH, ( ITY SC.W'EXHEH,
Ml oideis piouiptb attended to, day or
nmlit. All the latest appllauros. Cbnrses
rinHOinible. TIP scrauiou ulieee House
ll'J.S Waslibuiii stieet.
(.IIIUOIM)DIST AND .MANICUlii:.
nulls until ssltbout tho leant p.iln or
(liusslm; blood. L'oiiHiiltiitlon nud advice
CIS i u lieo, E. M. IIKIV.KI. I hliopoillsi,
alio l.nu..ussaaiiu nseiuio. Luilles uuend;d
lit their H's deiite Ii denned. Cn.iuu inojur
l)i tub oT Hours I.cmiii.
Hoston, Dec. 30. Henry Levan, u
well Unosvii tallioad man, formerly su
peilntendent of the Dolnno division
of tho l.chlgh Valley uillroud, died sud
denly In this city, aged fi'.) yunis, after
n long Illness. He was a btother of
William Hainett l.evun, nn expett en
slneiT of Phllndeliihln.
iiuii.,ui ,-,iin.o, ,..1 invriuimioji i.u i- etlce; goon Hnusiijjo muicer; nisu uuu eieii
tors for HieeiiMilUK .vein, will bo held In the ,,,. i,, eio-ery tmslness; will ssnrlcieusonii.
lllieetois loom ot Its luiillllig house, 1111 ,le: can lill nlsll le feiences Address s'A.N.
Tuesilus, lanuni.s lltli, lslis. I'o'ls will be coHD HAHHIs, MlnooUu, I'u.
onnollV) 8c Wdllace1
A Happy New Year,
Happy in this store because it will bs a great bargain
month, because prices will drop into insignificance. Because
the visible impressions of cost will be largely removed, and
qualities will be just as good as they ever were.
Prices will be reduced on all regular winter goods, and yet
1 '11 1 it
f i-i prp vt hpthi'pp nr
v.w - v.i.v- w
customers to get value received lor tneir money.
January begins making room for April. Winter
backs out and bows out for Spring. It is the time when prep
arations for a new season commences, and the first operation
consists in marking down and closing out goods that you want
--that we don't want.
January is your month, not ours.
One Item of Special Interest Is Dress Goods. A
great bulk of our stock goods worth from 37 1-2C. to 75c. per
yard, will be closed out
At 25 Cents Per Yard.
Other and better lots just as cheap.
(!I XT-i-1 I IK ".VIOXAIll-ll Ii mi.
1 best nnd elieup.wt telephone iltslc on
the market; leuill price, niciiium uue kji
,,r,,,i..r- iihetul ilKi-niinf. esclllslvutei
irlee, Inelutlliu one roll
iltorj VV. W; 11 AMI 11 ON i. CO., '.M Mills
stieet, llostou, .Mass
ITTAS'TIIII VdKXTs roi
ens siiliig elevlco inaniifiictiireil
AOENT- TO SELL OUH .'itlc SI OHM
dooi; "uiaple prepaid upon leeelpt of
price, A.MEliK AN SlOHM DOOK CO.,
l'ort Huron, Mich.
T.-l-dXIIlKi: A (SEN IS
IX. Inrijo Illustrated hook of Klondike, liv j
hunilreil p.ii;cs; pri
diess N V1TONAI.
nrlec SI.. Ml: oatllt IOC.
I'l i,i,iiii.ci c i'., imm;
side llulldlns, Clilciso,
TANTEU-SOI.ICITOHHj NO DELIVEH- '
inc, noimlecting; position nermnneni;
ray vicekly; suite
itile age. tii.r;. jir.uiiic.n,-i, ,
lioiliester, .n. i.
oe.ms-wiiat aim: voc ooixu IO
V do about Sate Cltleushlp pilco-l. Oo
Ins by thoiisund-4 Aeld-ess NICHOLS,
GEXTS-IO SELL OUH I'll vCTICAL
J. pold, dilver, nickel nnd copper electro
platteis; prices irom ?; upward; mlnry unit
expenses paid; outtlt free. Addiexs, wltii
Mump, MIUUUAN Ml 11 LO., thlcnxo.
(JEXIS-uT SELL CIOAHs '1(1 DEAIr
ers; 5,jr weekly nnd expenses; espen-
enco unnecessary, ius-souimieu .vuti
I l'0- 'B N" lilmn st" Chicago.
TSItOl'O-sALS WILL IK KKCKIVEI
1 the olllee of the County Commission
until nnon nf Momliiv. ild Jiiitllurs. tsps,
inriilulilnir sinse mill oca coal nt the couiitv
pi item during the ensuing jeur. Proposals
must state fiuin what colliery the coal will
be fuinlsheil, nnd whether cros or net tons,
and tho pi leu of each kind of eonl named.
CHAHLEs P. W SCIXEIt.Cleik
TTrTxTED A l'O-HTlOX IX STOHE OH
otllee, liy esperleiift'd voung Incly;
good pen iiiiiu. Sddiesstmi Price stieet,
" X ITELLK.EXTLD WOI'LD (irv'E
J her time (eseept sutuliijsi loi home
pilvlleues and hiiiiiII remuneration, with u
1 hriHtlnn family; eun sou, do fiincj woik
nnd Ih willing to help with Unlit mihtulrs un
ties. Address X. Y. .., Tribune otllee.
S I'lltsT-CLAssiSLLHlll'Vll COOK,
deslies situation; blgliest lefeieuce for
ublllts and character. Mlts, it, I'si:h,
'I'll STION WSXTEH-SS IH'ICHEH,
liv 11 vniini mini: bint It Slurs' esiieil.
ence; 'gooilHiiusuge milker; nisei tint! espeil.
OITI'U'IOX WAXrED-HY SX EXl'EHl
O enc-eil Niilesnuin svllh good ufeienees.
Adiliesis SALESMAX, tl'JS I'lttcton avenue,
UlTCATION WANTI.D-HY A
used IT, to work iiroutul bote
KiocDiy stoie. Addles (IEHHUE
MEL, lin X, million-avenue.
IVAXrHD-WDHIC "vs HOl'sEICEEI'EH,
i eir gciiernl liousessork. Addiess, s, S',,
7,'HJ Cedar uveiiue.
4 KlllVI'-Cl. VSs ('(JI.OHEH IIO. !
J vents of uge, siiiuts pliue ns icmchmtin
and will make himself ueiiernll.s useful
mound the lioiixe; refeieiicei Risen Spply
nt Hoom 'J, itatlu Iliillilltig.
VUl'NU MAN. 'JO YEA lis, W .h"ANl"
1 kludof woik; lefeieuce Addiess II,,
Hoom 'J, Arcule.
OITI'ATIOX WAXTED-TAKE HOME
O wiisbluii lionlnif. or go "Ut b.s the dnv
vsiisliltig, set ubliln,', oralis kind of vioik by
theduy. Hear l'JO i'riinkllii iivenue.
icfeiencTK; home lu
wages no object,
Call oriuldirK, ."no spi iico
i perlenccd dilvei, with best city
eiiee-: v tiling to work for moderate miiis
inijiltre, r in sprue em rein, ciij.
D'lll'd CLEHK WAXTrt i'EH.MAXE.NT
situation und svlll do teller ssoilc; ex.
perleueeil; sutlsfnetor.s lelerelice Klseu.
I'EI'HOLATI'.M, 71!l College I'luee.
ClTrAIIOX WANTEH-HY WOMAN AH
O luundress, or other work; to uo houia
iiIkIUh; (iernutn Hoom '-', Aicade.
OITIIAT1DX WANTEH-HY HELIAIILI
ij mitirled man us collector, uhlpplni; clerk.
siilesmiiu, or any honest work
E L K 7 HI ColIei;e IMure. city
IXl'EIMEXCIHl DOUHLEENTHY HOOK
111 l;eener Hunts work: bent lefeicncul. A I
I dreis C, II. J.i inininoie, I'u.
( , r 11 , I r
tnii v mnrir hft nt .ornnrl hl'PP'V WPariPf test
ivi wiv.w, w v, Ux.Uy vivvx ii
A new line of Peck
222 Wyoming Ave.
ill WELL, SflY.
Have you ex.imined the
stock of Guns, Foot Balls
and general Sporting Goods
which we are ottering at
cost pi ice? it will pay
1? i2 Spruce St.
USLTUL PRHSRNl S TOR MEN -Until llobes,
Xlulil shins, N'cclcweai ()lose, Sns.
1 til! LOWHST
ATTHND TO YOimliVi:S NOW
Esenlsbt piesersed uud lieiiduehe pie
vented b.s basin .sour ccs propeily und
scleiitlllciilly esitmluiol mill lltttd. V.ym
examined l-ec. Tim Intent stjlesof Hpec-tiulesaiiilejea'iiSKi-Kat
the lowest prlies.
I DR. SHIMBERG,
335 Spruce Street
Academy of Jlusic
telsiX. liiirgunder. Lessees.
II, k. Long, Local Maniiujr.
Tbii-sdn.v, I-'rltlay und Saturday,
Miitnees I'rlilay and Saturday.
Oilglnnl I'uinous Scenic and
Iiiumatle Production of
VV lib Its Womlciful Electric und
VC SHI.M I'HKEs loc, 'J.le, 3nc, AOc.
One Week, Commencing
Moudns, Jan :t.
V.ntlnce, s.iturelay Only,
THOS. D. VAN OSTEN'S
3 Star Comedy Co.
Ladles' Hand and Oiehestra.
ELLA WAIITIGX HARMON.
In I'opulur Class al Copul.u I'rlces.
Dorcas" Monday Might
S 'lhrie- Set Comeilv.
Ladles nilmltted free Monday night If
aieomp.inled bv one paid Mc. ticket.
Kels A Hurgunder, Lessees.
New Year's Day,
Matinee und Mghl.
Su Eutlielj Xcsv S'erslon of
'l ho suei essfnl sputiii ulnr Comedy.
V .Splendid l oiuptiuv,
IntrodiKlng n number of new and closer
speilnllies. I'he wonderful lovolslm; ship.
The uiniHlng eariliiBo ride,
PHICEs Matlueo and Night. 'J.-n', Sllf,
.viuada, Jan. a.
Robt. Q. Ingersoll
Will dellsei bis Ness Letturo
"Why I am an Agnostic."
In this leduie Col Ingersoll gives a ele
scilptlon ot Uie peoole among whom ho
was raised and edui.it d He tells tin.
storv of his t.uth the giowth of his
mind the books he irad and Hie toad ho
tinveled from the superstition of his
latbeis to tin science of today. It is full
ofvslt pathos nason and phllosophs
HK(.l I. sit I'IMCi:-.
Light . . .
Charles B. Scott,
119 Franklin Ave.