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TT7E JFCEAtfTOtf TBJEUXE- SATURDAY MOBKESTG. JUNE 0, TSf)4.
,4 Social III!. 9tr It is not .orDrisingtliat n social strist nation existed dnriuK the .net wm k nf May. With cold, rainy nml iliRHureo itlile woatlicr generally and a scarcity of college nieii, tlio summer yirl was not apparent; if she had emerged ubo would have turned back in ilesimir, in n uirusuro like the proverbial bruin on Ciindletnas Day. HowiVrr, things look different now, and, with no mat tor how brief a spell of warm weather, the spainn'a social whirl pool will scon begin to foam and swirl and set the ball n-rolliiitr Already a few of the young ladieg have appeared from the dry atmosphere of the same old, old select school, more will ruturn soon.tho college young man resplendent with negligee attire and an air of wisdom, but eTer ready for the vacatiouV diversions, will be here in nil his glory with all thiiBe fore runners, will surely follow the pleas ures ot the usual summer seasou. To substantiate the fact that tho coming of the young ladies p n tends u budding of social matters, might be mentioned the return of Miss AuyUtta Archbuld, Miss Alice McLod, Miss Ethel Boies and Mis Linen from Misi Master's school at Doha's Ferry, N. Y. Miss Archbald has with her a friend, Miss Mabel Kmnvltorj, of Freeport, 111., and Mits Woolworth, of San dusky, Ohio, accompanied Miss Mc Li od. A luncheon was given by Miss Archbald yesterday in honor otMUs Knowlion. A smill comtvuiv was given ly Colonel and Mrs. II. M. lioii'8 last evening in honor of Miss Boies' return. The celebration of the first wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Barnes at their cozy residence on Mon roe avenue, on Wednesday evening, was among the pleasant social events of the week. The house was ttutefully deco rated with potted plants and blossoms and prevented an inviting appearance throughout. Members of the Lawrencu orchestra were; stationed in the spacious hall an 1 discoursed sweet tutuio dnriug the evening for the editication of those who deiired to enjoy the delights of the in zy dance. Elegant relriahments were served dnriug tho evening, The list of guests incluJod many of the Wedding party of a year ago, among the number being Dr. Kolb, of Phila delphia, who acted as groomsman nt the marriage of Dr. and Mrs. Briies. The iiffair was largely attended and was enjiyublo in every uetail. At Pittslon Thursday evening oc curred the wedding of Miss Marv Elli thcirp, of that place, to ii. V. Perrin, of Philad lphia, Mr. Perrin is in the coal trade and is well known in this citv. The wedding was a quiet, home affiir, an I was attended only by the immediate friend and relatives. Hev. M. B, Swan officiated. The brides maids were Miss Gaines, ot Chicago, and Miss Fenu, of Vi st Pittston. El ward Carpenter, of Wilkea-Barre, was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Perrin will reside in Philadelphia Miss Clara Simpson, C. D. Simpson and Harry P. Simpson, of this city, were present. To all nppearancs the Scranton Lawn club has boon pulling wires with Jupiter Pluvial ; at all events every thing seems to indicate an agreeable day lor tho 4 o'clock tennis Waut tho Piatt court this afternoon Certainly the rainmakers at Washington ought to l e lenient with tbeelab this year, after causing so many disappointments last season. A small dinner will be given this evening by Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Kings bury to Major and Mrs. Everett War ren and Miss Alice Bella, who will soon depart for Europe The E M. D. Cooking club held ono nf their delightful teas at the home of Mrs. II. M. Btreetar, on Jackson street last evening. The event was greatly enjoyed by all. PSBSONAIi Mention: Jlr. and Mrs, E. D. IIu?!ies, of Dickson avenue, left yesterday to attend tho re union of the Sixth Pennsylvania Volunteer cavalry at Philadelphia Tne reunion will be beta tomorrow, on tho thirty-first an niversary of the Battle of Beverly V rd, Va., in whirl) Mr. Hughes was wounded. From Philadelphia, Mr and .Mrs. Hughes w ill go to New York, Atlantic City, up the Hudson and various other points of interest. They will bo absent about ten days. Ex-Sheriff A. R. Stevons, of Scranton, was in town today, a guest at the Hotel Anthracite. He drove to Scranton with Ids Hue mare which is a sister of Nancy Hanks. lie is ou his war to Clifford to look nt and probably purchase a mate for the valuable animal. Carlnndalo Loader. Henry C. Ilaak will leave on Wednes day, dune HI, for his homo in Pino Grove, Schuylkill county. On the twenty first ho will attend II. H. Ilnrr, of Philadelphia, as groomsman, the ceremony of Mr. liarr's marriage occurring in the noxt town of Tremout. Charles Gelbort, of South Washington avenue, tho noted all-around ninntour ath lete, Is expected home dally from the Uni versity ot Pennsylvania, where hois taking a course in pharmacy, to spend his summer vacation. Mr, and Mrs, H. M. Colo and daughter will leave Monday for Albany. From there they will enjoy a trip along the Hud son and to various polntH of interest in New Jersey, and will bo absent about ton days. J. Ben Dimmick, for many years vico presldent of tho Lucltawauna Trust and Safe Deposit company, who has spent tho past two years in Switzerland, bas again occupied his residence on Sandorson ave nue. A. F. Law left hero on the ,1 50 Lacka wanna train yesterday afternoon for Now York to emtmrk via. tho Cnnard line at 10 o'clock this morning for Europe. Ha will bo absent six weeks. Professor John P. Quinnan and M. J. Donaboft, Councilman Morgan Sweeny ami a numhor of their I'rieudH left on a fishing looriion to Rattlesnake pond at 4 o'clock this morning. The Misses Ella Honey, Nellie Gardner, Bertha Dony and Maltie Potter attended the Epworih leagno convention in Wilkes Harro on Tuesday and Wednesday of this Week. William Ingnlls, of the Hillside Coal and Iron company, loaves this morning for Princeton to see the Yale-Princeton ball game and attend commencement exercises. Colonel E. II. Holier, oditor and proprie tor of the Ilulfalo News, left for New York Monday morning, alter a two days' visit with relatival in Groen Ridge. .Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Warner, of Dickson avenue, were called to 1)1 1 ghatnton on Tuesday by tho death of Mrs. Warner's brother, Mr. F. A. Warded, Mrs. A. V. Bower and children, of New Canaan, Conn., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Garnoy, on Wash ington avenue. Secretary and Mrs. G, G, Mnhy, of San 0 on avenue, left yesterday for Now J York and Boston, about a week. Thoy will bj nbson Mrs. D. T. Jayno, of Greon Ridge stroet, returned yesterday from Dinghatnton, where 6ho bas been attending the musical festival. John J. Murphy, of this city, will bo graduated from tho law department of tho University of Pennsylvania on Mon day evening with degree of bachelor nt laws. Miss Clara Simpson, Miss Augusta Arch bald and Miss Welles will attend tne Cor nell commencement exercises next week. E. C. Dimmick and fsniily, of Sander son avenue, leave today for Four Winds Farm, whero they will spend the summer. Miss Katharine Stnnton, of Hooesdale, and her friend, Miss Wright, of Newark, aro spending today with Miss Hunt. Mrs. A. ('. Falrchild, of Patterson, N. J., who una been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. Pi Kingsbury, returns homo today. Joseph Everett and Mrs. A. 1) Maze, of Orange, H, J., are tho guests of Mrs, Joseph P. Mills, of Ciipouseavenno. .Miss Josephine Harbor, of Buffalo, spent a part ol the week with her mother, Mrs. II. F, Barbor, of Capons nvenue. Secretary D. B. Atherton left for New Work yesteulay afternoon on business con nected with tho board of trade. Miss M. Morrow, principal of No. 80 school, will spend tomorrow at her pa rents' homo in Plymouth. Mrs. C. A. Whoeler, of Honosdale, Is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. M. A. Good win, of Monsey avonue. Miss Edith Greelev. of Monsev nvenuo. who is attending Vnssiir college, will re turn Dome next ween. Rev. A, F. Chnffoe, pnHtor of the Asbury ueiuoam jgpMCOpai church spent Thurs day in Wilkes-Barre. a. c. Bailey, E. II. Bhnrtleff and C. A. Wllcnx will spend today angling for trout m ayne county. Professor Karl B Saft left yotordav afternoon for Baltimore, to be absent till next ednesday. Miss Mary Flaherty, of Cherry street, returned last night from a week's visit in Carb'.ndale. . Mis Blanche Wood, of Honesdale, spent iuesuay with .Miss .Hay Mason on Sander sou avenue. Miss Mollie Nonlc, of Moscow, has re turned homo after a vory pleasant visit in mis city Jlr-. W. D. Kennedy and daughter, of Washington avonue, spent Fiiday at King ha i tou. F. L. Phillips and family will soon take up meir resiaouco nt Ualton ror the euui mer. .ei!s riotenco umert, or Pittsburg, Is visiting Mrs. E. R. Evans, of North Park Jirs. it, A. Zimmerman was called to l liilailelplua by tho sickness of her neice. E. B. Sturges, of Washington avenue. spent a portion of tho wtek iu New York. Miss Clara B. Simpson returned yester day from Miss Ely's New York school. Mrs. W. L. Jones, of Sanderson avenue, is visiting friends in Btnghamton, L. B. Smith, C. M. (,'arr and E. T. Howe retumea from Oneontn yesterday. C r, Bellamy, Ol Delaware stroet, spent me ween in southern ..now ioik. J. T. Blowers, of Dickson avenue, spent luursuay in uinguamiou. E. A. Atherton. of Glenburu, spout yes terday in Green Ridgo. v . D. ( arr, of Lapouse nvenue, was In .Moscow on Thursday. AUsS Welle is visiting Miss Swan at Utica, fl. Y. "FBA DlAVOlO" at the Frotliinganm this aiiernoon. Prices in, )o and 20 cents, n;.ws notes i-rom wales. LONDON, Juno 1 Tho polilicnl atmop phero ot Wales has been much disturbed by a revolt of f. ur WeWi members, viz Lloyd (ieorpe, D. A, Thomas, Prank Ed wards ana Herbert Lewis, a quartette ot luorougn gn-aueu'l T is UeshmoTi' Briefly their ground for action is that! 'llie ministers utterly refused to giv.i us any pledge that they mean to press the flisehianlislimeut bill through this session." As opposed to tins it is interesting to quote Lord B Mbarjr'ii trenchant reply. llie prime minister said: ".Ml lean say is this, that if it is truo that thoy do not trust our promises in the matter, if they do not believe that, as 1 confidently assert ou this occa-ion and will again, I hope, before wo meet the country, that we shall njeet it with a measure of Welsh disestablishment passed through the house of Commons, 1 cannot control its fato after it haves the house of com mons, referring to the house of lordsi I say if they don't believe in that pledge, it they don't believe in our honor and our honosty, the sooner they carry their threats inti effect i he hotter I shall ho pleased." Mr. Tom Ellis, M, K chief Libel al whip and the most promioent Welsh member, has also given most definite pledges on behalf of tho government, that the measure wili be pasted through the lowor houso. Wales is, therefore, for the first time in the hls torv of the Wtdsb Liberal party, witness ing a spectsoleof division, which happen ing at a critical period, may retard the progress of the greatest Welsh measure of modern times. The revolting members, howevor, have enthusiastic supporters and vehement opponents iu their protest against tho ministers. Tho death of the late John Roberts. Now town, is announced. The celebrated harp ist was well known at all eistuddfodau, and upon I he queen's visit to Wales in lt9 Mr. Roberts nnd his eleven sons played selections on their harps before her majesty, who wss delighted with tho ex quisite Welsh music, v.t. Gladstone is hotter. Tho Grand (Hd Hani who is a resident of Wales of many years' standing, has had his right eye suc cessfully operated upon for cataract, and his health is Well maintained. The far fatnod Welsh Ladies' choir, led by their talented conductress recently sang at the Royal Albert hall. Madame Pattl, of Craig y-nos, was lea ling artiste. Mabel Cory, ot tho woalthy Cardiff fam ily of that name, was unsuccessful in her endenvois to procure a divorco of her mar riage with Fred J. Smith, of Glasgow. Owin. HIP-JOINT DISEASE. Elitalieth, JIarrtmn Co., huh At the age of cl'nt years I became nflliitid with "Hip -Joint IMs ease." Fore year I suf fered as iniicli as It was possible for a human be Ing to suiter. My phy sIclanB told me I would have to wait patiently, but my father procured me some of Dr. Pierce's flolilin Medical Hlscov- y cry, and I found uiv fall- F can cheerfully say that I believe I owe my life lo the use of that valuable medicine. EPW A III) J. ituan. Your true friend, PIERCE CURE OR MONEY 18 III I ; MM I). A scrofulous statu of the system is the frimal cnuso of Hip-joint Disoase. Dr. lorce's Golden Medical Discovery has cured thousands of cases of Kcrofula. In Hkin Diseases, all Scrofulous Sores anil Swellings, it's tho only (uaraafirti bloobVpttrtfltTi NEWS CHURCHES Compendium of Iutellbncc Relating Scranton's Religious Activities. to OBSERVANCE OF CHILDREN'S DAY Some of the Appropriate Features of tho Programmes Arranged for Local Churches -- Personal and Other Mention in Connection With the Good Work of the Various Church Auxiliary Societies What the Pastors and Laymen are Plan ning and Doine;, Tomorrow thousands of churches In our country will celebrate Children's Day. Most churches in our citv have prepared special services for the occa sion. Souie organizations have so elab orate u programme that it was impossi- tne for tliein to got rjndy for tomorrow. so they have postponed tho exercises ono week. Tuis dav lus been cele- brated for many voars. and is both in spiring nnd instructive, The churches are decorated with flowers and foliage plains, and sometimes swoet singing birds are brought into the sanctuary, giving nil present a vivid impression that the winter is past, the flowers ap pear upon the earth, the time of the singing of birds is come." The service is wholly given to the children. They recite, sing and pray. The churches aro well filled on those occasions, which aro signs of tho present activity of Chris'.ion workers and n prophecy of the fntnre, The following is a partial list of tho churches that will celebrate Floral Sunday, or Children's Day, tomorrow: In Providence Prsibyteriaa church nt 10 00 a.m., Christian church at 7 p.m.. Welsh Baptist church at 0 p. tn., Puri tan Congregational church at 2 and 7 l . m , Methodist Episcopal church at 10 lit) a.m. In Oreen Ridge Presby terian church at 7 p.m., address by E IS Sturges; Baptist church at 7 p.m., Asbary Methodist Episcopal church at i') p in. ; also in mrst Presbyterian church at 10 80 a.m., in Cedar Avenno Methodist Episcopal church nt 10.IIO a. m,, Washburn Stroet Frosbyterinu church at 10 DO a.m. IN THE CHURCHES. Special sorvieo of song at tho Providence rresDyterian church tomorrow evomug. The Ladies' Aid society of the Cedar avenue Methodist Episcopal church will rauau excursion to Lake Ariel ou the Hod mst. Next Friday the Ladies' Aid society of tne rroviaence Presbyterian church will hold a strawberry social iu tho parlor of tne ciiurcn. Rev. V. fl. Witchmore, D. D., modern- tor of tho Presbyterian general assembly win preacn on cne two nrst Sundays iu July nt tho iust Presbyterian church. j ho Sunday school of tho draco Re- tormeil church will hold its annual picnic ou the jnth inst. at Lake Ariel. Suporin tendent V. T. llackett has the affair in band. Preachers generally deliver Memorial day sermons, but Rev. W. G. Watkins preached last Sunday on "Echoes o Mem orial Day," which delighted a largo aud ience. Rev. A. F. Chnffoe, of tho Asbury Moth odist Episcopal church and R v. W. J Ford, of tho Green Ridgo baptist church, will preach to children at tomorrow morning s service. Rev. W. (. Watkins will preach, at to morrow- mornings servic ', a sermon o,i "Educational crk Among the Hapti uenoroination m tne state." a collection will bo tuken for the work nt tho same ser vice A very beautiful stained glass wiudow, containing a life size figure of St. Luke, has been placed in Sc David's church, by Walter Dawson, at a memorial (o his wife, who died a few years ago in Lou don, England. Edward Jones and family, of Provi dence, have resolved to move to Atlantic CltV. Mr. Jones and family were active workers in the Welsh Baptist church, and tho pastor and nuinb rs are vorv sorrv to lose such ellicieut. workers iu all Christian linos. Tho Sunday school of the Second Pres Dyterian church, together with its two mission schools ou Ad mis avenue nnd West Lackau anna avenue, resnectivelv. will hold its annual picnic at F.irview on thuSi'rh inst. A. E. Williams is busy com pletl ig arrangements. who or tne rising singers of our citv is Miss Plioohe Smith, who has been ongaired tosingatlhe North .Main Avenue Baptist cnurcn. sue is oniv IS vsars or ass bnt nil who have heard her sinninir sav it is wonderful; the compass of her voice and Ita quality never cease to nrouso theadmi ratlon of the hearer. A self-supporting klndemartan will soon be start. si m tho Siindsy school room of the St. David's church. Many people have already promised to send their child ren. The location is good and tho West Side will bo able to furnish more scholars than the room can accommodate. The work will soon be made known in all its details Last Wednesday oveninc the Puritan church, of Providence, was crowded. The attraction was a wedding, whenT, Foulltes and Miss Maggie Thomas were married liv Rev. D. A. Evans, and Miss Annie lliw presided nt llie organ. Judcinir from tho crowd, a marriage ceremony is more at- 1 1 active than theelcquonco of tho ordiunry pie:;jcr. cxt Tuesday, tho Diocesan convention of Central Pennsylvania, will convene at St. James church, Lancaster, this state, and i he clergy of tho Episcopal chnrche, of tho city expect to attend. Bishop Howe is 81 years old and has gono to his summor home in Rhode bland and will not be present. Assistant Bishop Rulisou will 1 i e.-ide. The people of the Tark Place Methodist. Episcopal church have expended hundreds of dollars in renovating the parsonage. Tho exterior Is being painted, tho interior papered nnd varnished, new enroots laid and two bedrooms nnd tho parlors Imve been elegantly furnished. The expendit ure l.ns made the Darsonace most comfort able and inviting. We doubt not but this enterprising congregation will also put in a furnace to heat it before the winter sets iu. AMONG THE CLCRGY. Rev. R. S. Jones. D. I)., of Providence. and Rev. D. Jones, of Hyde Park, will ex change pulpils tomorrow morning. Rev. Riciiaid Hiorns will conduct ser vices at the Brace Reformed Enisrtonal church tomorrow, both morning aud even ing. Rev. D. W. Skelllnger left yesterday morning for Plainlield, N. J., to olliciato at a friend's funeial. lie will return this afternoon, Rev. D. M. Kinder left last Mondnv for Wayne county, where he spent the woelc in fishing and preaching, lie will return iiome lociay. Rev. George E. Uuild. Rev. W. fi Par. trldgo and Rev. Father Daw wont with tho Homo of tho Fi iondloss oxenruion tn Binghamton lat Thursday. Rev. T. J. Collins and famllv will lonvn Tuesday next for West Virginia. He will be gono about two weoks, but his family will remain there for about six weeks. Rov. W. O. Watkins emoctR tn inum next Thursday for Bucknell university, in Lewinburg, to attend the commencement exorcises, He will return to his charge the following week. Rev. P. R. IIawxIiurst,H.D., of the Park Place Methodist Episcopal church, is ef fecting mnnv rhnntTAB in tho Rurronndinfrn of the church, which greatly improve the niieruai appearance. BOV. , L. Alricli and R. II. Frear left lust Tuesday to attend the conference of the Reformed Episcopal churches of the i. lined States, held in Chicago. Both gentlemen are oxpocted home noxt week Kev. and .Mrs. M. D. Fuller have spent tho woek in New York city, welcoming home their son-in-law aud daughtor. Dr. and Mrs. Kay, who have spent two months m Europe. Mr. Fuller will occupy his puipit tomorrow. Rov. T. J. Collins, of tho Scranton Stroet Baptist church, will proach a sermon to- inoirow evening on Judsou, a missionary or Lurmah. A collection for foreign mis sions will be taken in the same service. Iu uio evening he will give a talk ou tho Na tioual Baptist convoutiou. Rev. D. C. Hmhou D n wont tn Potto. town last Monday to preach a sormon at the twenty-fifth anniversary of the pnstor of tho Baptist church, whom ho ordained a quarter of a century ngo. Ho preached on tho same text, but it was not the same sermon. Tho doctor has no barrel. Rov. D. G. Evans, of Glnntaf, South Wales, spent this week visiting friends in the city, lie bas visited the far west and in very nivorably impressed with uur country, and tuny like it so well as to ro turu and take charge of a church here. No ono objects to the importation of this kiud of labor. YOUNG PEOPLE'S WORK. Tho young people of tho Jackson Street Baptist church will run nn excursion to Mountain Park on the loth inst. Today tho Sabbath schools of both the St. David's and Good Shepherd churches are spending tho day at Lake Ariel. A meeting was hold nt tho Elm Park church last evening to organize a union of tuo cpwortli leaguoj of tho city and vicin ity. The Luther leeema. of thn HoK- Trinitv chinch, will celebrate its anniversary Juno si, K. . Mewbaur is chairman of tho committee in chargo. Tne I'.pwoi th loarue nided hv tho La dies; Aid society, of tho First German church, wili givo a strawberry social next "cuuesuay and Thursday evenings. The Simpson league will reneat. tho Old Folks' concert for the benollt of the Hamp ton Street church on Fridav oveninc. Juno 15, In tho Hampton Street church. Rev. J. C. Laycock. of Dunniore. cave an excellent exposition last evening of the policy of tho Methodist Episcopal church neioie me Hampton street church Kp worth Leuguo. The young men of tho Welsh Baptist church of Providence Will give a social on July a next. Isaac Williams, William Thomas and George Davies have the ar rangements iu hand. Those who attended the Ep worth League convention at Wilkes-Barre last Tuesday and Wednesday report that they never saw young people more earnest and en thusiastic in Christian work. The Young People's Society ot Christian Endeavor of tho Providence Christian church will givo an entertainment and so cial on June Itl, John Drowno is president ot tho work nnd is very nctive. Tho Chi Upsilon society of young men of the Washburn Street Presbyterian church will run an excursion to Wator lap ou June 'Js. The arrangements aro in the hands of Wators and Eshleniau. The Christian Endeavor society of tho Green Ridge Presbyterian church will hold their meeting tomorrow afternoon at 4 p. m. in conjunction with tho Juniors, ou ac count of Children's Day exorcises in the evening at 7 p. m. The vested choir of tho St. David's chinch, under the leadership of John Morris, is Increasing In numbers and growing iu efficiency. The excellent mu sic rendered by thorn partially accounts for the increased attendance at Sunday evening services. Thn young people of both tho Puritan t'ongrogatioual church and the Welsh liap list church of Providence will conjoiutiv run an excursion to Faiviow on July 14, A very pleasant excursion was enjoy. al by both these churches last year, and they hope to get the sumo this year. The following officers wore elootod nt the semi-annual business meeting of the Young People's Society 'hrit ian Endeav or of tho Green Ridge Presbyterian church, last Monday evening: President, Charles Carr; vice president, (1 A. BigeloWi treas urer, Hohart Haydn; secretary. Miss Aluo Benson. Active preparations are being made by the Epwortn league of tho Elm Park church to hold its monthly meeting ou Jane 2$. This is the last before disband ing lor the summer month-, and every ef fort is being made to m e it tho b ist of the year. The cadets will give an exhibi tion drill. The Brotherhood of St. Andrew, of the St. David s church, i doing excellent, work. Frank O. Jone is president, James smith secretary and W. H. Thomns treasurer. They meet every Tuesday evening for Bi ble study, under the leadership of William Coney, a lay reader. All young men, whether members of the church or not, aro cordially invited to attend. On Juno 25 nnd 20 the state convention of Luther leagues will meet nt Harri-burg. This is tho first convention ever held, ami young Christian workers ot the Lutheran faith aro very onthusiasiic and expect meetings rich in spiritual blessings, ftjv, E. L. Millar, of our city, has been ono of the most nctive iu organizing the Luther league movent nt. and Is looking forward with sanguine hopes to the first stnto con vention THE JUNIOR WORK ' RS. The members of tho Junior lenguo of the Elm Park church are preparing one of the prettiest drills ever piesootod to the public. The Guild Missionary band of the Provi dence Prosbvtoiinn church will irive a Tokio tea a week from next Monday even ing, Miss Jonuis Zeigler has charge of the work. The King's Daughters of the Green Ridge 1'rtsbyterinu church will bold a paper social on the llthinst. This has been postponed from the Nth inst. Mrs. M. R. Kays is tho guide and counsellor of the young girls. Two classes under tho tuition of Mln Nichols and .Miss Campbell, iu the Wash burn Street Presbyterian Sunday school, gave a very interesting entertainment last evening. 1 lie proo.eous aro to ho given to the building fund, and is tho first fruits of tho children of the church. A Boys' brigade has been organized in the Grace Reformed church which iiuui Ders twenty-three members. H. it. Lnth ropo is enptaiu. Colonel Ezra Ripplo Is the father of tho movement, and tho boys havo caught somo ot bis enthusiasm. Tim brigade meets every Monday evouing for drill in tho renr of tho chinch. The Junior Luther league of the Holy Trinity church is doine good work under tho guidance of Rev. E. L. Miller. They are from 8 to 12 years of age an 1 aro able lo conduct a very interesting service nn hour long with very little aid from their instructor. The principle upon which Mr. Miller works is division of labor aud giv ing each ono something to do. TOMORROW'S CHIMCH SERVICES. Ciiuncii of CintisT. Scientist Snoocoi- building, 511) Adams avenue. Bible lesson nt 10:30 a. m. and church service nt 7:30 p. m. G. W. Delano, of New York, speaker. All nro welcome. Seats free. DUNMOltE PltKSliVTKHIAN ClICRt'H .T W, Williams, pastor. Mornluz service ut 10.30, and at which an opportunity for infant baptism will be given. Young Peo ple's Society of Christian Endeavor at 0.H0. All strangers welcome. Elm Pahk Metiioiist Episcopal OhuboH Rev. W. H. Pearea. naatar Preaching 10.311 a. m. and 7.45 n. m. Morn. ing subjeot, "The Greater Beauty;" even ing, "The Christ Problem." Sunday Bchool at 2 p. m. Enworth league at 11.30 d. m. Evangelical Luthkhan Cntinnn n North Scrauton, Short street, opposite Park place public school. Pastor. H. Branson Richards. Services at 10.30 a tn. and 8 p. m. Sunday Bchool nt 1S.U0 d. in. Fiust Pmsbytibiah CRUBOB Waah- ington nvenue. Children's day exercises In the morning, the Sabbath school uniting with the congregation at 10.30 a. m. Special singing aud a short sermon to the children by tho pnstor. Thore will bo no Sunday school Iu the afternoon. Preaching by the pastor, Rov. Jumei McLeod, D. D., iu the evening as usual. Fiust Baptist Church -Pastor Collins will preaoh Sabbath at 10.30 a. m. and at 7.30 p. m. Morning, theme lessons rrora the lire of Judsou. Communion fol lowing. Evoning discourse will be a con tinuation of the discourses on the Baptist National anniversaries. Seats froe. All welcome. Gkack Refobmeo Episcopal Cnurtcn Morning prayer and sermon, 10.30 a. m. Subjoct, "Walking with God." Evening prayer and sermon at 7.30 p. in. Subject, ' The Balances." Sabbath school at the closo of the morning service. Young Peoplo's Socloty of Christian Endeavor prayer meeting every Sunday evoning nt (I 30 p. m. The Rev. Richard Hiorns will proach next Sabbath. Grkkn Rmc.B Baptist Cnuncn. Sermon to tho children nt 10.30 a. in. Regular Sun day school lesson will be omited. Exor cise by the Sunday school nt 7 p. m. Chris tian Endeavor prayer meeting at 2.3 0pm Jackson Stiiicict Baptist Church To morrow tho pastor will preach in the morn ing ou tho tiioino. "Tho place of tho Holy Spirit in the Economy of Salvation;" In the evening, "The Lord's Supper, Its Warrant and Significance." Preaching at10.3l) a. m. nnd 0 p. m.; Sunday school at 2p. in.; prayer meeting at 9.30 a. m.; holy communion in tho evening. LlNDIN Street Temple Pentecost sor vieo this evening at 7.30; confirm ntionser vico tomorrow will begin at 11.30 a. in. Conflrmants aro Rose Gal len. Anna Roos, Nellio Roos, Emanuel Goodman, Simon Nye. Penn Avenue Baptist Cnuncn Rev. Warren G. Partridge, pastor. Sei vices at 10.30 a. m. aud 7.30 p. m. Subject in tho morning, "The Conscionce." Iu tho evon ing, "The Resurrection Body," the fourth in the sories on "The Future Life." All nro welcomo. Saint luke's Cnuncn Rov. Roeors Isruel rector. Third Suuday after Trinity: Holy Communion, 8 a. in.; sorvice and ser mon, 10.30 a. m. : Sunday school and Biblo class, 2 30 p. m.; evening prayr and sermon, 7.30 p. m. Nursery open nt 10 a. m. at 325 Washington avenue, whero chil dren will be kindly cared for while oar- ents attend service. Saint Luke's Dunmorb Missiov-Rev. A. L. Urban in charge. Sunday school 3 p. m.; evening prayer and sormon. 4 n. m. Simpson Methodist Episcopal Church Preaching by the nastor. Rov. L. C. Floyd, Morning topic, "Children Brought Into tho Sanctuary." Evening topic, "Tho vv oiship of Uod." All seats free. Strang ers welcome. Second PitEHnvTERi ax Church Rov. Charles E. Robinson, D. D., pastor. Ser vices 10.80 a. m. and 7.30 p. m, Tho Rev. narry w. i,uce will preach m the morn ing. Iho pastor will preach in tho even ing on "Is Death King or Servant." All seats froe iu the evening. All welcomo at an services. 3t. David's Church Corner Jackson street and Bromlev nvenue. Rev. M H. Mills, rector. Third Sunday after Trinitv. Morning prayer nnd sermon at 10.30; even ing prayer and sermon at 7.30; Sunday school nt 2.30. Friday oveninc service at .30. Scuts free. Trinity Lutheran Church Adami ayeuuc, comor Mulberry street. Rev. E. L .Miller, pastor. S-rvices nt 10.30 a. m. and 30 p. m Iho serins of addresses on "Tho Life of Daniel" will be continued at the evening services. The pews are freo nnd visiting Worshippers aro always welcome. lllINITY EVANCKI.II'AI. CHURCH "Little England," Rev. .1. G, Whitemore, pastor. Preaching nt 10.30 n. m. Sunday school, 2 m. Kevival services, 7.45 p. in. The Goon Shepherd Groen Ridge street. Servicos, 8, 10.30, 12, (1.45, 7.30. The time of Sunday school has bei n changed from 2.S0 to 12 noon. All sent.-! free. All welcome to all services. Bcecham's nills are fni & - biliousness, bilious headache, dyspepsia, heartburn, torpid liver, dizziness, sick head ache, bad taste in the mouth. coated tongue, loss of appe tite, sallow skin, when caused by constipation ; and consti pation is the most frequent cause of all of them. Book free; pills - ?xc. At drurstorcs,or write B.F.Allen Co.,365 Canal St., New York. eeds and Large Medium and White Clover, Choice Timothy and lawn Grass Seeds Guano, Bone Dust and Phosphates for Farms, Lawns and Gardens. HUNT & WELL CO. DUPONT'S MININQ, BLASTING AND SPOKTINQ POWDER Manufactured at tho Wapwallopon Mills, Lu lorno county Pa., and at Wil mington, Dolawaru. HENRY BELIN, Jr, Genornl Agent for tho Wyoming District. 118 Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa, Third National Dank lluilding, AOKNClltS. TlfOH. FOUD. Plttston, Pa JOHN B SMITH & SON: Plymonth. Pa. K. W. MULLIGAN, WIlkeH-lWro. Pa. Agents for the Kopauuo Chemioal Com pany's High Explosives. In 30 lo N dun hj I Maalo Rm I eay, una.r Kn.rtnty, DMBM Dy W" am c...l. I I P-nltivo ortHil. .nl IIKI-buh b.W . illlittint.d Irom I Illf.fcom pcopl. eured.fr.. by mail Wh.n HotHpringii I nd HimiryiVri, Qu Mniiln Hometlv Mil porftiMly rar.. COOK IBMT CII., Cklauto, III. I Fertilizers Third National Bank of Scranton. ORGANIZED 1872. CAPITAL, $200,000 SURPLUS, $250,000 foTm". t"l"k olr,r" depilfltorf vr .1. I IS ' war""'" bv tl.elr lmlau.ee, bunt neiw anil n,(, v Special MlaiiUoa given to ImtlneM ao cuuuU. InUreil paid OB time deposit WII.iM.fONN,'XI- r"l.lnt. "KO I,'TL,N' VUe-ITe.ldent. WILLIAM II. MCCK, Cn.bieix DIlUeCTOM, William ConnalL Goorca H. Cntlin, Alfred Hand Jatnea Archbald, Henry Be! In, Jr.. William X K.U,, Luthar DKiTKii nam; to., loc'p. i opitui, i,ooo,ooo. BEST Sl.fil) BHOE IN Tllft WOULD. "A dollar Bated (j a dollar earned." , Thti Ln.liiV Sollil franca Ilongnln Klrl Ttnf touliont delivered freo unyyihi re In the U.S., on roccipiui (Joan, Money (irlcr, or Puaeil Noto for l.r.o. Kntifiii evnrv wnv thn hirtf. fold In nil retail ilorea for J.r.'J. Wo raaka this boot our.olvpfl, tborpfoio wo gur.r- niitcc Iho fit. iitih unA hm. and If any ono in not pjatjaflod wo win ri'iunii ma money ornenaanoinerriair. Unurn o or 1 oiiuoon Hanap, widths V, I, K, i: BE. bIzch 1 to 8 and half . , ......... r... fjtM ro r f Dexter Shoe GOosStt rvw.'yai'i.a.vi III 1 . . "SV.jt. 3 IW SSX' -&Vi ' SUPERLATIVE AND GOLD MEDAL The above brands of flour can be had at any of the following merchants, who will accept The Tribune flour coupon of 25 on eaoh one hundred pounds of flour or GO on each bnrrol of flour. 6crnnt(.n-F. P. Prira, Witshlnaton avenuj I Gold Mortal Brand. Duninoro-F. P. Pries, Gold Modal Brand. liunuioro-F. D. Uanluy. Superlative Brand. ilyde Purk-t'srson & Davla, Washburn St. Gold Medal Brand; J eph A. Mears, Msiu avenue, Suporlativo Brand. Green Kidgo-A.USponcor.Gold MedalBrand. J. T. McUalo, Supnrlatlvo. lVovidenee l'ennnr & Chappell N1 Main avo nue, Superlative llraud;C. J tJillo,pi, W. Markot stroet, Gold Modal Brand. Olyphant Jninos Jordan, Bupirlativo Br.mJ. PockvlUo Shaffer & K. isir Huperlntlvo. Jermyn-C, O. 'Wliiters Co tiunoralntivn Arcnlndd Jonos, S mpsnn A Co.. It.ilil Mertal. Cat bondale 11. S. Clark, Gold Medal Brand. Honosdale -I N. Fostor Si Co. Gold Modal. Minooka M. H. Luvolla "No star was ever lost we once have seen, We always may be what we might have been," A HAPPY PATRON OR THE HARDS Scranton, Pa. 22 and 23 Commonwealth Building. TRY US. DID YOU KMOW? That we will GIVE you beautiful new pat terns of Sterling SILVER SPOONS and FORKS for an equal weight, ounne for ounce, of your silver dollars. All elegantly en graved free. A large variety of new pat terns to select from at ercereau :s7 LACKAWANNA AVNXUK HMH00D utruntANUAFTtnlJSING.uooilier. Address XERVK NKKIM'U., Masonic louiplo, CuiCAGO.lLb. For Snle in Scranton, Pa., by H. C. SANDERSON, Druffffist, cor. Washington and Snruco Btroots. RESTORED MANHOOD Tbo great reinodr i P t , cu ,;r rnV LliFOKE mu trim USING, for MS.OO. 1IB. i-oi-Miiia UyO H. HARttls, Urunltt, ml i li . ' M.iarl stsrr W riu;i;;.-;m7.i... Bsfotu .nd Qw Palagi consumption or In.nidty, order we uivo a written m7 . y- .it IT ... ZJtlVLiIA PKALMKDICINE 00.. CleveUud, Ohio. C7, "lr '" Foraale by JOHN H. PHELPS, Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming Avenue and Spvuce Street, Scranton, l?a. "H m m no A Wei-Known Physician.Who, Among Other Things, la Noted for His Frankness. No one ever heard Dr. E. Grower nM tho phraie "I think'' In bia practice. The doctor la ono of those frnuk, fearless, hon Bt, positive men who never hesitate to say yes or no, as the case may require. 1 can euro yon" r "I cannot euro yon, fl his Invariable decision after examina lion, nnd to this fact faot Is attributnhlB bis Kmarkable record without failures, lut it would be strange Indeed if tbo doc tor were not a moro tban usually succeRS fu practitioner. He has been surgeon-in- I ,i. fT0 than ono or tl10 largest hos ' ','" c",ntry. was lately Demon m a, or ' Phvmolofjy and Surgery at th Medico-Cbirurgical College iS Philndol" ph a, ha, boon elected an honorary in, m horor the Medico-Chlrurgical Association. 0 K"idu.ite of tne University of Penn Hylvauia. etc., and is si ill a close student. A man with sueh a record could not full r;nmVUCCe''i,fuJ Vbyncan under nny circumstances, but when backed by cautious, conservatlum in expression or to use n more popular phrase, the '"bol sure-you're-right-then-go-ahead" system, it would he more than Btrauge if failurs vvertook him. You can consult Dr. Grower any day at Rooms 5 and 0, Temple Court Building SI 1 SPRUCE ST., from ! a.m. till 11p.m. Consultations froe. Those suffering from Nervous Disease are guaranteed a cure. Tor such tbero is tho i huoring word "Yea," an failure is un known in tho doctor's troattnenU For Delicacy, For purity, and for improvement of the corn plcxion, nothing equals Pozzoni's Powder. iom lJK 1. Tribune, Aou.l, WSJ. The Flour Awards "Cihcaoo, Oct 31. Fhe first official annonncement of World's Fair dU plomas on flour bas been made. A medal bas been awarded by the World's Fair judces to the flour manu factured by tho Washburn, Crosby Co, in tho great Washburn Flour Mills, Minneapolis. The committee reports the flour strong and pure, and entitles it to nink as first-class patent flour foe family and bakers' use." MEGARGEL & CONNELL UnOLEHAlK AGE.NTS. Taylor Judgo & Co., Gold Medal; Athertos & Co., Superlative. Duryen Lawrouco Store Co.. Gold ModaL Moosic John McOindln, Gold MedaL Pittston- M. W. O'Boyle, Gold Modal. Clin k's Green-Fraco & Parker, Suporlatlva. Clark's Summit - F. M. Youuir, Gold Modal. Dalton-S. E. Finn & Son, Gold Modal Brand. NiehuUon-J. E. Hnrdinx. Waverly-M. V . Bliss ii Son, Gold MednL Fnetnryville Charles Gardner, Gold Medal. Hopbottom N. M. Finn 4 Son, Gold Medal Tobyhnnna-Tobyhauna & Lettlirh Lumbjr Co.. Cold Modal Brand. Oouldsborn-8 A. Adams. Gold Molal Brand, Moseow Uule & Clnnients, Gold Medal. Luke Ariel-James A. Bert rev. Gold Medal Forest City-J. L. Morgan & Co., Gold Medl LOMBE & Connell RESTORED! NERVE SEEDS. Thii waaaifffal trntdj .nlCO'l lurura all n.rtnn. rila. R 00. pskos. such ss Weak Memory, Loss of II mln 1'uwpr. I leaitnclie, Wake fulness, Isi.t Manhood, Nlubtly Kiul.slons, Norvousnnss.olldralnsnii.llnssot power lu lieiieratlvo organs of either sei pa nspil by nvureioriliiii.yonlhfiilrrrora. eippsslvo mo of tobacco, opium arstimulnnts, wblcb lend to In lino it v. Con. sumption nr Insanity. Can bo carried In vest poekot. St per box, l for WO, by mall prepaid. With a l5erilpr wobItp n wrltlon sunrantre to euro orreftnul Ihemonoy. Circular free. Sold by all ilrwtlst. Ask for It, taka DR. MOTT'S m:btkb'b PILLS . p- l ., ' -' """'''iii'ii aim nil nei vousi useases nf ibo lanaratiTJ organs of either sex . such as Nervous I'rostrati n l Vll. M Mpntal Worry.oicpssivo use of Tobacco orlbiluin nblV Ii ., SKSi 7 rami UOD uml InsanltT With every .i tmTaMriliaMa. for nervous prostration and nil nervous diseases of aIUT1"ii ilr.-M i.V a 1 . .7J. ... E!L I'M' ijyoa l7 I'ano Avaaoa. wales KI8TORK LOST VIGOR . 1 t I 1 . ' SSStJl 1 IS'l . ?" with Wr.ITTltN T:.''fi?.75,?,iW' m .uhsi ,w. .ih, per box 'by msll"f, be,, .'. f r' t . auaiantee to nir..r r.,r.,.i .1.1.. Iln cT'.r.vW