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THE RCKANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 22, 1894.
TENT SERVICES CLOSED.
Mr. Sohlersra Concludes ths Compaiga
on Thla Sid
Just one mouth ago the Moody meet
ings were began on this side by E. W
Bliss in a large tent wbioh bad been,
constructed for that purpose on North
Main avenue. Mr. Bliss left the work
and went to Providence a week ago,
nd was succeeded by Frederick
Schievera. During Mr. Bliss' stay
here, be niubtly preached to immense
crowds. Mr. Stebbins, who rendered
the sweet songs of Z.ou at the tent,
Accompanied Mr. Blisi on his de
parture. The services were closed last
evening ;with an earnest invitation
for the people here to attend the tent
meetings in their new locality opposite
the court bOuse.
Yesterday's meeting opened at 3 30
o'clock in the afternoon in the Jackson
Street Baptist ebnrcb. Tbe services
opened with song, after whioh F. W.
Pearsall, secretary of the Railroad
Tonng Mou's Christian association
prayed. Mr. Weeden sang a delightful
hymn entitled, "Jesus Saviour Pilot
Me." Miss Cora Storms ws organist.
Prayer was then given by Rev. L. C.
Floyd, paster of the Simpson Metho
dist Episoopal church. Mr. Sehievera
made an appeal to tbe people in behalf
of the committee in charge of the cam
paign for larger contributions. They
are $.500 in debt He said all other
towns down tbe valley had more than
paid expenses, but here they bad not
reaped sufficient to eover expenses.
An immense crowd attended the
closing services last evening in the
gospel tent. Tbe singing was in
charge of W. Weeden. Mr. Sohievora's
closing discourse was an earnest one
and he made an appeal for the people
to come to Christ, Me'also gave them
a warm invitation to attend the ser
vices on tbe East Side.
NEW CAR SCHEDULE.
Various Changes Made in the West
A new schedule for West Side street
cars went into effect yesterday morn
ing. Under tbe new rale only one ear
will be run on the Shetland street line,
and, instead of making trips to the
central city, it now runs only to the
corner of Main avenue and Jackson
atreet. Passengers on all other lines
can be transferred to the Swetland
line at the intersection of Main and
Lackawanna avenues. This gives that
line a 15 minute service.
Only three cars are on tbe Eynon
. and Taylor line, but as one rnns only
to Eynon street, a 20-minnta service is
With these changes in time a car
can be bad about every five minutes.
During meal hours and when the thea
ters are closing extra cars will be run.
Many changes were made in tbe motor
men and conductors, and new fuces
were seen on tbe lines yesterday. Until
8.45 o'clock in the morning only one
car will be run on the Washburn street
line, making a thirty minute trip.
During the day two tars will b placed
on with a forty minute trip. Ia the
evening, after peopia have gone to tbe
theaters and other places of amuse
ment, they will return to the one car
How lone the new schedule will be
in effect is not known, as a member of
tbe Traction company stated yesterday
it was only a preliminary effort in
procuring a system whioh suited both
the company and the publio. One car
is being ran on the Luzerne atreet line.
A FAREWELL RECEPTION.
Sunday School Scholars Honor Their
A farewell reception was last night
tendered to T. Albert Eynon, son of A.
B. Eynon, of North Hyde Park avenue,
who will enter the University of Penn
sylvania on Wednesday next, by the
members of bis Sunday school class.
It was held at tbe borne of their
teacher. Miia Qwladyi Joseph, on
South Hyde Park avenue. The guests
assembled -about 8 o'clock and many
hours of enjoyment were spent. The
members ot the class formed an im
promptu glee club,and many selections
Miss Liilian Joseph rendered several
solos. At a seasonable hour refresh
ments were served. All were enthusi
astic in wishing Mr. Eynon snceess in
his fnture career. Among those pres
ent were David Owens, Samuel Jones,
Daniel Thomas, Bert Eynon, Will
Reynolds, Will Hntton, Will William?,
Tallic Evans, Walter Jones. David
Davis, John Stephens, John Thomas,
and, of the family, tbe Misses Agnes,
Lillian and Qwladys Joseph.
LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES.
The miners at the Caponse colliery were
Miss Amy James, of Kingston, was
among friends on this side yesterday.
Tom Beels, of North Hyde Park avenue,
is recovering from a relapse of typhoid
The Hyde Park Free library has been
opened for the season. Hours 7 to 9:80
George Reynolds, of Herrick, has re
turned home from a stay with friends on
Mrs. Henry Wilkinson, of Huntingdon,
has returned from a visit with friends on
James Beavers, of Lafayette ttreet, is
erecuug a uauusome dwelling on tswet
The young people of the Bellevne Welsh
Calvinlstlo Methodist chnrch are organ
izing a Christian Endeavor society.
Mr. Morgan, father of Tallie Morgan,
formerly with Davies & Griffin, has ac
cepted a position in the Hyde Park cloth
Mrs. Thomas Williams of Bridgewater.
Susquehanna connty, was the guest of
Mrs. a. u. Morgan, or north Main ave
The Hyde Park Literary and Debating
society will have an interesting meeting
on iuuuuity vbuiuk iu me rooms or tuu
Welsh Philosophical society.
Twins have arrived at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. Esbleman, ot Mullien
street, They are boy and girl. Mother
and children are in good health.
Misses May fiaub. Nellie Delmer. Cora
Batcher, and James Beavers. Oeorsre D.
Griffiths, Bert Smith and Joseph Kelly
attenaea a social in ureen ftiuge last even
ing. The work of erecting tbe new Wash
burn Street Presbyterian chnrch by Con
tractor E. G. Hatches is reoidlv nrosrress-
ing. The structure will be complete about
Officer Saul arrested a man on North
Main avenue, at an early hour yesterday
moining and locked him up in the station
boose. He was viiited by the tremens
during nis incarceration.
Frank Wheeler, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Michael Wheeler, of Oxford street, and
Miss Carrie Vohrer, ot Fig street, who
were married in Blnghamton on Thurs-
aay, are domiciled at the groom's borne.
Tbe enmmittee consisting of Councilman
Hi. HOULtniin. W. ti llnnna R II Will.
lama, Albert Davies and Charles .Oliver,
appointed by the Young Men's Renubli-
cun league, are at work arranging for a
ratification meeting which will be held in
tne near luture.
Tbe Welsh Philosophical society will
opeu a new season this evening in their
rooms on Sooth Maiu avenue. At last
Bnturdsy's meeting organization was per
fected. During the pant year the society
nanuiea many scieutinc enujects. w. o.
Brace spoke on "Gravitation." and dis
counts wero given on "Latent Light,"
the clouds, solar system and a score of
other subjects. Among those connected
with tbe society are Judge rl. M. bd wards.
D. C Powell, Henry P. Davies, W. J.
Brace. Evan r, Dimes and others. The
programme for this eventug will be a very
interesting one. weiBiiuieu are invitea to
City and School Tazei, 1894.
The city and school tax duplicates for
the year 1SW are now iu my hands for
collection. Persons wishing to pay can do
so now, or any person requiring state
meats of taxes by giving ward aud loca
tion of property will be promptly
R. Q. Bhooks, City Treasurer.
Municipal building, Washington avenue.
Unite hours from a a. in. to & p. m., ex
cept Satuurday, this office will be closed
STORIES OF A STRANGE MARRIAGE
Report of the Union of a White Girl and
C lored Man.
There have been inanv stories going
tbe rounds the past few days on the
Sonth Side to the effect that Miss Nel
lie Barry, tbe attractive young daugh
ter of Mrs. Peter Barry, of 14 btone
avenue, and George Jones, tbe colored
mail carrier, had been married, or
rather had elopod to Binghamton and
joined hands together for life.
lesterday the marriage docket in the
clerk of the courts' oflice showed that
they had obtained a marriage license,
and this exploded the elopMii-mt story.
Tbe matter was investigated and vary
little definite information could be
learned. A visit to tbe girl's home re
sulted ia naught; her sister, with
whom she bad been staying until a
week ago, was unable to tell of her
whereabouts, or whether she bad been
married or not. Tbe girl's mother left
for Boston two weeks ago, preferring
to leave tb; town rather than witn ess
her daughter's alliance with Jones.
Miss Bsrry is said to be beyond con
trol, so her relatives abandoned tbe
task of reclaiming her, and gave ber
tbe bent of ber own free will.
A Tribune reporter interviewed Mail
Carrier Jones last night, and be denied
absolutely tbe truth of tbe report of
bis marriage or reported marriage with
ber. He was on duty last night when
seen by the reporter and even denied
that be had seenred a marriage license,
although the doeket gave bis nam, oc
cupation, residence and color. He is
tbe only colored mail carrier in the
Superintendent Phillips Looking for
Quarters for the Overplus.
The primary department of No. 2
and No. 3 schools are densely over
crowded with pupils. The attendance
is greater this year than any previous
year; it breaks the record.
School Superintendent (ieorge W.
Phillips is looking about for suitable
rooms to rent for the accommodation
of tbe number above the average and
will bring the case to tbe attention of
tbe board of control at its next meet
SOUTH SIDE JOTTINGS.
The Lawrence band will picnic today at
Miss Libbie Kronor, ot dxlar avenue, is
visiting In 1'ittston.
Mrs. Peter Brier, of Hickory street. Is
visiting menus in timira.
Miss Anna Spruks. of Honesdale. is the
guest ot ber brother, S. S. Spruks.
The Mozart Quartette club held its first
rehearsal in two monttiB last nlglit.
Miss Eliie Brown, of Taylor avenne. is
Visiting her aunt, Airs, u u. .rowers.
Thomas Spruks. of Prospect avenue, will
leave on a trip to Honesdale on JUonday,
The excursion of the Lackawanna Iron
and Steel Company Mutual Beneficial as
sociation to Lake Ariel today promises to
be a big event All the industries on the
South Side are idle to give a chance to
their employes to attend.
The concert and social last night at Sr.
John's hall nnder the auspices of the Dick
son Banjo and Quartette club was a mu
sical treat enjoyed by a large audience.
Tbe club will arrange a series ot enter
tainments lor the winter months and ue
serve liberal patronage.
George Hamm. of PitUton avenue, a boy
13 years old, a pupil at No. 3 scnool, whs
playing in the schoolyard yesterday after
noon. With other boys he was plnying
"catch" with a base ball and one of tbe
boys threw tbe ball wild to him and it
bounded over the bigh fence. Hamm
started after it and when he got on top of
the fence ne lost nis balance ana fell
heavily to the ground, sustaining a com
pound fracture of tbe left arm. Dr. Walsh
set tne Droken memoer.
A special meeting of tbe Niagara Hose
company, Ko. 7, is called lor tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Tbe members of the Niagara Hose com
pany expect to have their new uuiforms
complete by next Tuesday.
R. A. Wambold, of Greon Ridge street.
lain training for the novice race of the
Honesdale Bicycle club meet.
The flag whioh the Sons of Colombia
presented scnool No. zi, will be raised on
Oct. 13 with suitable exercises.
The members of the Green Ridge Baptist
church win iiom a supper in the church
parlors on mousey avenue Monday even
T. V. Terwilliger and Brice' Sickler. who
rode to New York on their wheels a week
or two ago, returned home Thursday
The Sunday school teachers of the Oreon
Ridge Presbyterian church will meet at
the residence of D. M. Oakley, on Madison
avenue, tonight for the purpose of review
ing the Sunday school lesson for tomor
Mrs. Vote and Mrs. Dorssy represented
the Green Ridge braaoh of tbe Women's
Christian Temperance union at the con
vention, which was held in Moscow this
week. They will give their report at the
meeting of the union to be held in the
league rooms on Green Kidge street on
Mrs. Benjamin Jenkiis, of Putnam
street, died yesterday morning from the
elrectsoia paralytio stri ke and affection
of the brain. She was affected about two
weeks ago and lingered till yesterday.
Funeral services will bo held at the reel-
deuce on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Interment at Forest Hill cemetery.
Mrs. Ronney. widow of the late Thomas
Rooney, ot Market street, is expected to
uio at any moment as tne result or an ac
cident she reoently met with. She has
been in a feeble condition for a long time.
Mrs. Rooney is one of the first settlers in
the looality known as Bloom's patch. She
has two sons, Martin, the barber on Mar
ket street, ana John.
A temporance sermon will be preached
in the Green Ridge Presbyterian chnrch
by Rev. N. F. Stabl tomorrow morning
and by Kev. Mr. cnauee in tbe Aabury
Methodist Episcopal church tomorrow
evening. All members of the Women's
Christian Temperance uniou are requested
to meet iu tne vestibule of eacn cuurcn De
fore time of opening so as to take tbe
seats which will be reserved for them.
Not only was the tent completely filled
last evening, but a large number crowded
around tbe outside to bear the sermon by
L. W. Bliss on "Compassion." Meetings
will be held In the tent on Sunday after
noon at 3.S0 o'clock, and also at 7.30 o'clock
in the evening. 'There will be meetiugs
in the tent levery evening at 7.30 o'clock,
ana umie lectures oy air. Bliss in tne
Methodist Episcopal church every after
noon at 3,30 o'clock, beginning with Tues
day, when the subject will be, ' 'Peter;"
on Wednesday, "Abraham;" Thursday,
Mono tne baptist," and on rriuay,
LETTERS FB0M THE PEOPLE
Under this heading short letters of Interest
will bo published when accompanied, for pub
lication, by the writer's name. TheThibunb
will not ho held rusuunaibla for ouiulons here
MR. FOSTER ANSWERED.
Editor of Thr Tkihi'hk:
Sir: Replying to Mr. Foster in last
night's Truth: It takos a persou of very
opaque intelligence indeed to believe that
rcrautnn printers would have bad an op
portunity of printing tbe annual report of
the bonrd ot trade after the award for
publishing it had been given to W. A.
Costa, of Wilmington, aud the printing of
it lind been left to the discretion of the
publishing oommittoo of tbe board, of
which Air. Foster is the chairman, when
Mr. Foster so emphatically asserts that
Scranton printers cannot do tbe work.
Air. Foster, this charge of yours has
aroused the indignation of printers of all
grades and conditions in Scranton to a
high pitch. It touches their pride und no
one cares to be accused of being a poor
workman or of baviug unskilled workmen
in his employ. The fact that you have
thousands of dollars worth of printing
done every mouth at two or thiee offices
of the twonty or more which aro located
nere proves nothing in this case. It tne
work which you have done is a sample of
the best work that the most skilful prin
ters In Scranton can turn out, then I
heartily airree with you in their condom
nation. This work is first-class of its
kind, but it is a very cheap kind of work
and ought not to be the Ftnudard by which
the printing industry of Scranton is to be
If you wish to bo convinced that Scran
ton can turn out beautiful printing I can
refer you to an establishment which I
visited this morning, aud where I suw
some of the finest letter-press and cut work
that can be turned out iu this country. It
Is superior to what Mr. Athertou wants
for his annual report, for his idea is after
the Rochester report, which, 'though good,
Is not nearly so well done.
wy criticism was not meant to touch the
work of the W. A. Costa concern nor their
enterprising representative here, Thomas
K. Boyle. In closing, if you really wish to
give Scranton printers an honest chance
to do this work, I would suggest that you
tie a llttlo more specltio lu your specitlca-
Hons, for when I uctet upon your advice
this morning and asked Mr. Atherton to
let me see tbe specifications he pointed to
his forehead and said "they're in here." Of
course my time was too valuable to admit
of searching through so many culm statis
tic) for those speculations.
Gkokqb W. Smithing.
Scranton, Pa., Sept. 31.
THOSE RIVAL BUSINESS SCHOOLS.
Editor of TnE Tninuss.
Sir: In the newspaper advertisements
headed "Wood's College Notes" it is suid:
"Tho change of faculty has made the
school much more offlclent and practical."
I am not a patron of either bnslnoss col
lege; am not financially, or otherwise, in
terested in the building up of the new
school or the tearing down of the old
school; bnt 1 have noticed the tenor and
Insinuations of these advertisements and
"College Notes," and am constrained to
siy that I do not think it. reflects much to
the credit of I'rofossor Wood to cast such
The fact that be bos employed Professor
Buck since be established bis college in
Scranton, and Professor Whitmore for four
or live years, shows one of two things:
Either he considered them efficient teach
ers, nnd is now trying to injure them, be
cause they have started iu business for
themselves (with equally as good a right
to do so, as he had to upon a college hare
in l."80i, or oisa he knew he was employing
incompetent teachers and taking money
from his pupils, knowing that be was
giving them nothing iu return for their
money. In whatever liht you consider
it, Professor Wood places himself in nu
unenviable position, and will not be suc
cessful in trying to build up his school by
attempting to tear down his competitor,
and to injure honest men in their effort to
make an honest living.
Yours for justice,
J. K. Bcckmire.
Bcua.nton, Pa., Sept. 21,
Curd f.om Gor(rj P. Taylor.
TotheElitor of The Tiubuni.
Sir: In last Sunday's Free Press there
was an article published in regard to the
abuse of dancing. It stands me in baud to
contradict this, ns I am employed by the
Mr Kuiglits ot riea-ure Social club as
their teacher. I wish to inform tbe public
that no promiscuous crowd H allowed at
this clasj, to the best of my knowledge.
PnoFEssoit Geurok F. Taylor.
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rors Pittsburg, 3; New York, S. Bat
teries Ehret and Muck, Muekiu aud Far
rell. limpire Iietts and Guffuey. Called
on account of dnrknos.
Louisville 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 2-0
Boston 0 8 0 0 0 4 0 0 x-13
Hits Lruisville, 12; Boston, 14 Ermrs
Louisville, 8; Boston, 0. Batteries Knell
and Lake; fctuley and Ganz-jll. Umpire
Chicngo 1 0 8 2 0 4 1 11
Philadelphia 1 1 0 0 3 1 0-5
Hits-Chicago, 10- Philadelphia, 7. Er
rorsChicago, 8; Philadelphia, 1. Bat
teries Hutcliins"n nnd Scliriver; Taylor,
Clements and Giady. Umpire Lynch.
The gamo was called at the end of the
seventh inning on accouut of durknots.
At St. Louis
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Baltimore 44 0 00000 0 8
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Ecranton's Business Interests.
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fully compiled aud classified list ot tbe
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests ot Scranton
and vicinity. The edition will be bound
In book form, beautifully Illustrated with
pbotogravnre views of our pnbllc build
ings, business blocks, streets, etc., together
with portraits of leading citizens, No
similar work has ever given an equal rep
resentation of Scranton's many indus
tries. It will be an invaluable exposition
of our business resources. Sent to
persons outside tbe city, copies ot
this handsome worP, will attract
new comers and be an unequalled
advertisement of the city. Tbe circu
lation la on a plan that cannot fall ot good
results to tboee concerned as well as tbe city
at large. Representatt ves of The TinnuNR
will call unon tiiosb wbosb names
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In this edition will please U a ' notice at
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paid for, in advance. When a book ac
count i mads, no charge vnll b lest than
tS cents. This rule applies to all small
uant tds, except Situations Wanted, xuhtvn
are inserted FREE.
t'ENERAL AGENTS WANTED-BELL-I
ing new articles to dealerti; exclusive
territory, no coinuotition. no capital required;
2MI to tt(!0 per cunt, urotlt. Columbia ChemU
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for established National Havings and
Loan association huvlng newest aud most at
tractive features. Liberal contract to right
man. j. T., Tribune oflice.
OALE8M EN EVERY COUNTY. SALARY
1J or commuwlon. No experience. New
tariff bill vlvea unlimited nrollta. Active men
iipnly quickly, stating salary and territory
wauteu. AiANU A(Ji UKUK3, lioiojufl, Bos
ton. AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE TO
sell the latest aluminum novelties, enor
mous nrolita. sails at aiirbt. delivered free, so
cure territory. Sample in velvot lined rase
wnu iuu lnrormatton, luc. uataioRuo iro
Aluminum Novelty Co.. o33 Broadway, New
MEN TO SELL BAKING POWDER TO
tho erocarv trail. Stoadv employment.
experience unnecessary; 8"G monthly salary
and expenses or com. If oil or satisfactory ad
dress ut once with particulars concerning
yourseir, u. . uuemical worus, umcaKo.
QlO WEEKLY TO RIGHT MAN, HOURS
Ol'i Dtif-, work lhriit and easy. ') top
floor, over Globe store.
WANTED-A GCOD DOUBLE-ENTRY
' bookkeeper and collector; must ho ac
quainted with tho city. One living in Gro n
Kidveor vicinity proforrod. Address iuon
handwriting, P. O. box 170. city.
LOR SALE-TWO FIRST CLASS BIRD
1 degs, one pointer, one setter ut 1T-U Pros
,OR BALE FINE LINE OF NEW BUG-
iries. Hurries, nhautons. carts, store and
business wagons, lumber wagons also Berlin
coaches, cheap, at M. T. KELLER'S Lacka
wanna Carriage works.
CyUABS IN ANY QUANTITY, 118 CLlFr"
.U'RNISUED HOUSE FOR RENT UNTIL
April 1, 8i)i. Apply at ill) ( lay aven no.
OR RENT ONE-HALF STORE. la)
fennavonue. per month.
TJOH RENT NICELY-FUitMSHED HALL
r suitable for lodxe rooms. JOHN JER
MYN, 110 Wyonnusr avenue.
C MALL FARM WS HAVE NAMES OF
O twonty persons who want to buy small
furms. Send full particulars. Make price
low. n. tiiatsi' tujiiiUKii, l'rice Dulldmif.
TOIN OUR 8YVDICATE. OI7H JULY
J and August dividend 30 per cent. Last
week's dividend 3 per cent. Increase your
earnings. , You can withdraw your money
uny uino. ne expect to piy a large uiviuelin
this month. For particulars address O. G.
Mather & Co., Mediuah building, Chicago.
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MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 144,
corner Spruce street and Franklin ave
nue. Twenty inoal tickets for JJ-oU. Good
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE HE
ceivedat the oflice of the city clerk, Scran
ton Pa., until 7.UU p.m.. Thurudav. October
4th, lsw, to construct a main sowor in the
loiirtoentu Hewer district of said city: also t
construct the necessary liaf Ins. manhnlea.
lamnholes and fixtures for said sewer. Allot
said work to be done iu accordance witli plan
specification therefor, tiled in the ollico of
i ity Clerk. 'J ho sum of Ave hundred dollara,
(tiViOj cash f.r certified check shall be enclosed
with each proposal for said work. Enclosure))
oi uusuccusstui imluers will be returne 1 upon
the award of contract for the work. Tin suc
cessful bidder shall execute a contract for the
work within ten davs from dav if awani
thereof, otherwise tho enclosure of f .'i00 Bhall
be forfeited to the use of the city of Surant-m
The city reserves the right to reject any aud all
uiuti oy oruer oi city councils.
11. T. LAVELLE.
Scranton, Pa.. Sept. 19, 18111.
application will bo made to tbeO vernor
of Pennsylvania on Monday, the second dav
of July, 1C.I1. by Watts C. Van Blarcom, W.
Howard Withers, Edmund A. Brtl, David
Spruks and Louis J. Sielieckor, uuder tho Act
of Afscmbly, entitled "An act to provide for
tho incorporation and regulation of certain
corp rations," approved April t, 1874, and
tho supplements theruto, for tho charter ot
an intended corporation to be called the
Crescent Coal Mining Company, tho charac
ter and object of which Is tho mining, prepar
ing lor market and selling anthracite coal,
and for these purpos s to have, possess and
enjoy all the rights, benefits and privileges of
said Act of Assembly and supplements thereto.
PATTERSON & WILCOX,
INSTATE OF FRANCIS KNE, LATE OF
J Newark, N. )., deceased.
Loiter of administration upou tbe aVove
rained estate having been grauted totheun
dersigno I, all persons having claims against
tho aanie will present them for payment,
duly nuthent oatuJ, and those Indebted thoi o
to will pleaie make immediate payment to
:JAME8 H. TOHREY, Administrator.
INSTATE or Martha Taylor, lit of the
J lioriughof Olyphaut, Pa., docensid.
Letters o' admlnistrvlou upou the abive
named estate having been granted to tlie
u.idersignod all persons bavin; cla msor de
mands sgaiost said estate Will present them
for payment and those Indebted thoret) will
pleas.) milk Immediate pina"iit to
W1LLAKD, WARREN & KNAI'P,
Attorueys for Estate
JOHN TAYLOR, A.'mr.,
SITUATION WANTED BY A WOMAN
to do house cleaning or i.flicea, or washing
by the day. Address J. C., 830 Twentieth
street, Hyde Park.
RESPECTABLE WOMAN WOULD LIKE
a place with child 10 years old ,as houe
keeiwr, no objections to children. Can give
host of reference, Mrs. Deal, OH Ponu avenue.
AN ACI'lVE KEilAl l F MAN, WITH
good references, of middle age wishes
employment. Onick and correct In figures,
five yors experience as single entry bock
keoper and cierk. Will worn for any wages
that will pay board. Addrosi W. E, Trihuuo
WANTED BY A YOUNG MAN OFGOOD
references, a position of any kfnd,
driver or hotel work preferred. E. M 802
;ITUATION WANTED BY A BOY 18
J years old. Address 4a) Oswell court.
C1TUATION WANTED FOR WASHING,
O ironing or scrubbing or any kind of work
by the day. Call or address L. & 884 North
sumner avenue, city.
BOY WANTED APPLY TO THE TRIB
UNE'B Honesdale office, PAUL GARD
NER. BARKEEPER A STEADY, SOBER AND
Industrious young man would like to se
cure a position; understands his business and
Is a good, quick mlxor; would like position
la city or country and oan furnish good refer
enooa from laat employer. Address, Bar
keeper, 600 Lackawanna ave Scranton.
TTJST TWO YEAR3 ago we flung
J oar banner to tbe breeze and floated
Were confident of sn arena from tho
start and our confidence led us to ex
pect great results. W went in to
win. Our friends were with us, as
tbey are still with thonsands of nw
ones added. Our aim baa been to con-
ouot a business establishment upon a
fair and honorable basis to make our
customers' interests our own, to deal
with all alike on a striotly one-prioe
system, and that always tbe very low
est possible price; to keep only the
most rename manes oi goods, that we
might anneal to Vfin nit I halt mari tm
Have we succeeded?
Is anywhere made than is manufactured right here
in Scranton by the
Booms 1 tnd 2 Commonwealth Bld'g,
Made at the MOOSIO and BUSH
Lsfflln & Rand Powder Co.'
ORANGE GUN P0WDEB
Electrte Batteries, Fuses for explod
ing blasts, (Safety Fnse and
RepaunoChemical Co. 'a High Explosivei
A. V. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREE1
BIO YOLKS AND SPOUTING
ffctert Oendron. Eclipse, LovelL Diamoni
and Other Wheels.
final of the tost quality for domestle nse,an4
et all sizes, delivered la any part ot the dtj
at lowest price.
Orders left at my office,
NO. 118, WYOMING AVFNTJE.
Rear room, first floor, Third National Bank,
or sent by mail or telephone to tbe mine, will
receive prompt attention.
ttpeclal eontracta will be made (or the salt
and delivery ot Buckwheat Coal.
WM. T. SMITH.
DEPT. . . .
Every description of Job Printing
in the best style of the art.
Promptness and Punctuality a
Experienced, practical and com
petent men in charp-e of each branch
of the work.
We do not make n sbnm shnw of
cheapness and curtail the quantity
i quanty oi tne work.
Dancing Orders, Hangars,
Cards and Posters a
Bill Heads, Note Heads, etc., printed
at short notice.
Estimates on all kinds of printing,
small as well as large,
Ilie Scranton Tribune Job Dept.
W ONE OP TIJE BEST EQUIPPED
What Is More Attractive
Than a pretty face with a fresh, bright
complexion? For It, nee Porronl's Powder.
HERE ARE A FEW FACTS
DRAW KOMI OWN CICLIBIONS,
8tock twice as largo as when we opened.
Business Increased lOO per cent.
An addition of 1,600 square feet of floor
Enlarged and better facilities In every
Number of salespeople Increased from
9 to 1 8.
Several departments added.
Among them our new Cloak Parlors
handsomely furnished and superbly
CHEAPEST IRON BEDS
Instrument In every sense of tbe term as
applied to Pianos.
Exrertional in balding their original falser
NEW YORK WAREHOUSE, Ko. SO Fifth
115 Adams Ave. New Telephone Bdg
Wdi. Linn Allen & Co.
Bay and sell S'ocks,Bjttds and Grain
on New York Exchange and ChiMgo
Board of Trade, either for eaah or' on
412 Spruce Street.
tS Local Stocks a Speoialty.
& duBL DIH, Manager,
Maioney Oil and
141 TO 151 MERIDIAN ST.
A Great Cut on
A Solid Oak Table, with top
1C inches square, ... 50c.
21 inches square,
SCRANTON BEDDING CO
nn ESTABLISHED 1806. 86,000 IN CSIi
UULL & ei;s iJjA
this week. SSi-feJa
. ... SI
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CQ
ECR ANTON AND WILKES-BARRE. PA. MANUFACTURERS Ot
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
134 WYOMING AVENUE.
3 THE BEST
I OF PROPHETS
m for the future if tie past. Daring tb mora tbn forty jrun of Ua
S t listen ot orer 65,000 people bar po.ro bared and' played andpratwd
i The Emerson Piano.
S There are soma pianoa that will eost yon mora than the Etuanon
E will. If yon enjoy parWi(rhlQ prioas jast for thasaha of pajrUg
ttaeua, probably yon will bay one of thtee. Bat nonmttar-wnt you
ray yon'll not get batter piano, nor a handsoorsr, nor one mora
durable. It ia impossible to imncore on the bast
REASONABLE PBKE CASH INSTALUKE NTS BENT.
Evidence good enough?" Yee,"wehear ,
you say, "tbe boys have done well."
We expect to do better.
Every dav must bring an increase in
our business. We realize that to ac
complish this we must give it onr un
divided attention. Oar endeavors will
be to please our customers, to satisfy
their wants with tbe best clastes of
merchandise obtainable and at prioes
as low and, in many eases, lower than
any other honss in our city. The re
sults are even greater tbau our expec
tations and we heartily thank our
friends for tbeir substantial support
in tbe past and hops that our methods
and efforts will merit a continuance of
Opp. Court House.
IN THE CITY.
Dr. E. Grewer
Hie Philadelphia BporiHlist. an. 1 his ajwociatec
stall of FculibU and Ui ruinn ptiynicia s,
are now permanently located at
Old Font Office llui'itlng. Corner Fenn
avenue ami Spruce etreet
The doctor is a graduate of the univeraityof
Pcnnylva!iia,f riDerly demntrutur of physi
loiry and surpnry ut the iMcdico-l birurglcul
college of Philadelphia. His specialties are
Chronic, Nervous, fckin, Heart, Womb aud
DISEASES OF THE KERYOUS SYSTEM
The symptoms of which dizziness, lack ot
confidence, sexual weakness in men and wo
man, ball rising In the throat, spots floating
before the ey"e. 1"8 of nx-mory, unable to coin
cvntrate the mind on one subject, easily
startlod when suddenly spoken to, and dull
distressed mind, which unfits them for per
forming the actual duties of life, making hap
piuena imposxible, distressing the acti n of
the heart, causing flnfh of heat depression of
spirits, evil forebodings, cowardice, fear,
dreams, melancholy, tire eay of company,
feeling s tired iu the morning as when retir
ing. lack of energy, nervousness, trembling,
confusion of thoognt. dcpreusiou.constip tion,
weakness of the limta, etc. Those eoaffoctel
should consult us Immodiatoly and be restor
ed to perfect health.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
Weakness of Young Men Cured.
If you have been given np by your physician
call ujiou tho doctor and be examined. He
cures the worst cases of Nervons Debility,
Scrofula, Old Sores. Catarrh. Piles, Kemale
Weakness, Affections of the Eye, Ear, Noes,
and Throat. Asthma, Deafness, Tnmors, Cau
cersand Cripples of every description.
Consultations free and Btrictly sacred aud
confidential. Oftloe hours daily from 9 a. m.
to p. m. Sunday 9 to 2.
Enclose five 2-cent stamps for symptom
blanks and my book called "New Life."
1 will pny one thousand dollars in gold to
nnrone whom 1 cannot cure of EPILbPTliJ
CONVULSIONS or FITS.
DR. E. GREWER,
Old Post Office Building, corner Pann ave
nue Biid Spruce street.
General Office, SCRANTON, PA.