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THE RCEANTON TltlBUNE-TtTESDAY MORUTNG. SEPTEMBER 25, 1894.
1WEST SIDE MEETING OF PRESBYTERIAN S. Thr Ltitea to Pastor Ckilllcrsr's Formal Statement of Bsslgnatloo. The congregational meeting of the Washburn Street Presbyterian cboroli was called to order la St. David' ball at 8 o'clock last evening by pustor D. W. Skollenger, and was opeaed with prayer. K, J, William was elected secretary. Pastor Sksllinfer then stated that the meeting wan enlled for the parpoia of taking action oa his resignation. He Ktated thnt hn ce lievedtbat bis work with this ehuroli whs about couipletod and earneitly r quested that the congregation join with him iu petitioning the Presbytery in depriving bis relation with this chnrcb. Professor George Phillips said that he believed that the pastor had taken this step intendiug his resignation after due deliberation, and in making a mo tion to accept the resignation he did it simply to concur with the pastor's re quest. Mr. Skellingsr made a few remarks in explanation of his action. lie said that he bad ft great regard for the peo ple of this ehoreb. He bad done bis duty before Cod, and had nothing to regret in bis three years' work here. He would have liked to stay to boo the work of building the new chnrcb, and hoped that the motion to accept the resignation might be carried. An effort whs made to appoint a committee to confer with Pastor Skull iuger with a view of having him with draw bis resignation, but this was nipped in the bud by a point blank re fusal of the pastor to eatertaiu for a moment the subject of a reconsidera tion. Remarks were made by several members of the congrevatiou com pi i mentory to tbe work of Rev, Mr, Skoll Jnger during his pastorate. The faot being developed that under no circum stances would the resignation be with drawn it was decided by ballot that the congregation would concur with the P'istor in petitioning the Presbytery to dissolve the relationship between tbe church and pastor. After election of delegates to rep . resent the church at the meeting of the Presbytery the meeting adjourned. LITTLE WEST SIDE NEWS NOTES. Miss Rath Jarvis, of Lafayette street, is ill. J. Myron Evans, of the Star drug store, bus returned from a week at Lako Ariel. Henry Jacobs and Charles Monlger, of Lnyfayette street, are very ill with typhoid fever. The Istar Telegraph compnny were plac ing priv-ite wires on South ,ilaiu avenue yesterday. Mrs, Charles W. Wilcox, of Montrse, has returned home after a visit with friends on this side. The Siisxe Amanda and Cora Smith, of Mouut Pocono, are guests at the home of W. II. Reinhart. The wall paper store of P. J. Leonard, on South Main avenne, will be sola out by the sheriff today. Miss Annie Kromer, of North Hyde Park aveuuu, has returned from a visit with friends iu C'arbondnla. A h'uiil-iome double dwelling is being erected on North Stunner avenue, for Mr. and Mrs. Daniel . Davies. James and David Stevenson, of Scotland, arrived in Scranton yesterday aud will re side od this side iu tbe future. Reynold's paper and paint store, now located on Lafnvette street, will be re moved to North Main avenue on Oct. 1. D. J. Jenkins, of Jackson street, left yesterday afternoon for a visit with his brother, Dr. Thomas Jenkins, at Albany. N. Y. Mrs. Susie Weirs, of Jackson street, who left tbe city with Peter Oiler, the oil dealer, about a month ago, has not been beard from since. The Eptvorth League of the Simpson Methodise Episcopal church will give a reception to its members iu the ohurch on Thursday evening. The choir of tbe Simpson Methodist Episcopal church, under the leadership of Profesior WiliiHin W. Jones, will render tho cantata "Bethany," in the near future. A handsome hand-painted plaque will be chanced off at the entertainment and social to be condncted by the Patriotic Order of True Americaus'ia the near fu ture. Miss Bertha Rece, of North Hyde Park avenue, a professional nurse, is very ill with typhoid fever, it being the result of her atteution to people stricken with that malady. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shedd, of North Sumner avenue, will leave today for New York city to meet Mrs. Shedd's mother, Mrs. E. Tilson. who is returning from Europe after a Ave months' visit. The newly elected officers of the Mar quette club are: President, John A. Wett ling; vice president, George Scboen; sec retary, Charles Mansfield; treasurer, H. W. Rvinbart. Tbe club is iu a flourishing condition. Warrants were served vesterdav bv Al derman Owen D. Jobn for the arrest of William Faulkner and Conrad Shaw, who were caught stealing fruit in tbe garden of vv. w. navies on norm juam avenue, They will receive a bearing today. Rev. W. 8. Jones, pastor of the First Welsh Baptist church, bas just received the sad news of the death of one of bis young children in Wales. Mrs. Jones and her four young sons bad been in that por tion or tbe country since July. Many will miss tbe bright young face of Percy when ' the family arrive here. Mrs. John T. Davies, tbe wife of Black smith John Davies of South Hvde Park avenue, aud Mrs. William Armson, who resides in tue rear ot their property, en gaged in a dispute last evening. Tbe cause ot the fracas was tbe children of the parties wbo quarreled during their play in tne nacit yard. - Air, Davis proceeded to Alderman John and had a warrant sworn out for Mrs. Armson's arrest. Constable Davies was dispatched to the scene and attempted to arrest Mrs. Armson. Oui their way to tbe station house she became very abnsive and would have succeeded in vanquishing the small dispenser of the law uho it not oeen lor tne timely arrival of Constable Timothy Jones. She was ceiu ncuer nan to appear at court. Misses Mame and Margaret Puree!!, of Oak street, are visiting friends In Carbon dale. Mrs. John v. Uveas, or Edna avenue, and Mrs. D. P. Thomas, of Church avenue. spent yesterday with friends in Clark's Green. A letter has been received from Mrs. David H. Price, of William street, wbo left for a trip to Europe some time ago on account of ber health. She is much bet ter and is now enjoying tbe scenery of France. Special services will be beld in tbe Puri tan Congregational church next Sunday evening, It being the last service Kev. U. A. ivaus will be present at as tbeir pas tor. The choir is preparing special music for the occasion. f - . . 1 An excellent programme baa been pre pared for the entertainment of the Ep worth League ot tbe Methodist Episcopal ' church to be held tonight in the leeture room of the above church. Refreshments will be served after the entertainment. A large number ot person have signl- fled their intentions of seeking the offlo of alderman of the First ward, although John D. Evane, of Edna avenue, seem to nave toe nest following, mo opposition is looked for in tbe Second ward against the present incutnb.'ut, Michael Horan. Last Sunday niirht tbe man living in George Archbald's house on Dean street along tbe Delaware and Hudson railroad saw two tramps going through bis lot and watching saw them eater a box car. lie notified Lieutenant hpollniaa who seut Officer Jones and Johler to the sceue who took the men into custody. They ban a hearing before the mayor yesterday morn ing. About 1.500 rjeonle attendee the meetincc at tho tent last evening. During tue praise service which opened the meeting, Rev. D. M. Kinterlad in prayer and David Aebrv sang "Have Courage My Boy to isny No," the choir singing tbe chorui. ilr. lilies read a portion or tuo ten tu coun ter of Paul's epistle to tbe Romaus. lie took as his text Romans i, 10-17. A lec ture will be delivered in the Methodist Eyiscopal chnrcb at S o'clock this after- uoon on the "Apostle feter," and a meet ing in the tent at 7.30. A preliminary meeting will be held in the Baptist church at 7 o'clock. The tent has was decorated with potted plants, furnished by U. R. Clark & Co. TriE fact that Hood's BarsaDsrilla. once fairly tried, becomes the family medicine, speaks volumes for its excellence and me dicinal merit. Hood's Sarsauarilla is na ture's co-worker.- FIood's HtLLS become the favorite cn- thurtio with everyone who tries them, 25c. SOUTH SIDE. 1 KNOCKED ON THE HEAD. The Barbers' Early Closing Movemeat Meets That Fate. The attempt among tbe looal knights of the lather and brush to agree upon 8 o'clock as the proper hour to abut up shod each evening except Wednesday and Sitnrday of the week has ended in giving up the tusk. There appeared to be a universal sen timent iu favor of the movement, but when the barbers met only three of their number were ready to sign the scale. The meeting yesterday morning broke up in tbe row, and that ends the early closing movement for at least one year. SUSPENSION AT SOUTH WORKS. Tbe Period of Illenais Altogether De pends on the Demand. Notice was posted yesterday at the South works of tbe Lackawauna Irou and Steel company that at the end ot the present month the works will sus pend until orders nra received for rail. 1 be output of the mill for the past while bas not been placed on the mar ket, but has been stocked np in tbe mill yard. Ueneral Manager Mclunnoy said yes terday that tbe work would be suspended on S itnrd iy, and he was not able to give any information as to when operations will be resumed. SOUTH SIDE JOTTINGS. James F. Judge, of Carbondale, is visit ing friends ou this side. Forty hours' devotion will begin at St. John's church on Sunday, Oct. 6. Select Counsilman Alex T. Connell. has returned from a visit to his sister at Sua mokin. A meeting of the new building and loan association is arranged for Thursday even lug at Mueller's hotel on Prospect aveuue. Arthur A. Weinschenk, of Cedaravenue, leaves tomorrow for Philadelphia. He in tends taking a course at the University of Pennsylvania. The pienio of the Volunteer Firemens' Mutual Aid association today at Central park will be a splendid opportunity for all to enjoy themselves. Patrick Butler', of Prospect avenue, wbo was injured Sunday by falling from a high porcn, is not near so serious as tnought. ins sister Annie was nurt worse tnan lie. A number of Via young friends of Jobn P. Donaboe, of Stone avenue, met at bis home last night and paid him a farewell visit, prior to his departure for college. Hn leaves for New York tomorrow morn lug. . Qi $$ $$ $$$$$$$ T r i.tTtiiinlin III ft 11 1 1 K K William Miller is spending a month vis iting at Maucb Chunk. Miss Nettle Erbgood. of New York city. is visiting friouds in town. Mrs. O. K. Bennett, of Nantlcoke. is visiting at u. a. .Moloney's. James IT. Kelly has returned home from attending the Wyoming county fair. William McFale has purchased John J. Murphy's hotel ousinees and has taken possession. Mrs. George Shank, of Collins street. visited her mother, Mrs. Jones, in Pittston yesterday. M. T. Olenn bas a new deliverv wacon on the road. Mr. Ulenn is a wide-awake business man. Fred Dreyer preached in the German Presbyterian church Sunday evening to a large congregation. Miss Llllie WardelL of Grove Btreet. will leave today for Factoryville to spend a lew aay visiting menus. Mrs. E. Murray Damon and mother, who nave oeen visiting inenus in town, nave returned homo to t'nuaaeipma. . Miss Jennie Russell returned yesterday from ber vacation in Binghamton. where tnespent a weeK visiting menus. Tho lost is fonnd, John O'Hara. Dun more's special policeman, who had been missing for the past week and whose friends feared that he bad met witb foul play, returned home last evening. He bas spent tne wees in Arcanum. A small child of John Lynch, of Brook street, was severely burned yesterday at tne residence or. m. t, curse, granotather of the child. Mrs. Burke had just started a fire in the stove and left the house for a pail of coal. Whon she returned tbe child was leanuiiy ournea. a son ot mr. Hume had bis bands burned in. extinguishing the name. Mrs. Albert Wert, who spent the sum mer months visiting at E. U. Wert's on lllakelv street, and left for her home In Newark, N. J., last Saturday, died Sun day morning. Sh had been sick a lonir time, but her friends did not think that ber eud was so near, Mr. and Mrs. E, V. Wert left yesterday morning for Newark to attend tne lunerav . Eoranton'a Business Interests, Th Tmbunb will soon publish a care fully compiled and claseined list of the leading wholesale, banking, manufactur ing and professional interests of Scranton and vicinity. The edition will be bound in book form, beautifully illustrated with photogravure views ol our public bulld- iuga, business block, streets, etc., together wlin portrait or leading citizens. Ho similar work has ever given an equal rep resentation of Scranton' many indus tries. It will be an invaluable exposition of our business resource. Sent to persons outside the city, copies of this handsome work will attract new comers - and be an unequalled advertisement or tne city, xne circu lation is on a plan that cannot fail ot good results to those concerned as well as the city at large. Representatives ot tub ITubukb will call upon those wbose name re desired in this edition and explain Its nature more tuny. Those desiring views of their residences in tnis edition will please have notice at the omce. , tof 5;17 FEEL LIKE A NEW MAN I Bo sava everyone who has used Pas- kola, the irreat flesh-forminir food. and why Hhouldn't they? Being ar- ttnelaliy digested: it virtually iorces nourishment upon the system regard less of what may be the condition of the natural digestive organs, Further than this, it possesses the power to di gest other foods in the stomach. It is, therefore, little wonder that those who take it not only experience immediate relief from the distress which has heretofore followed their meals, but rapidly gain in weight. Kothiug equals it for building up sound healthy flesh, enriching the blood and imparting new strength. 1 1 is just the thing for thin, weak people who get no benefit from the food they eat and who are discouraged by the failure of medicine to help them. Delicate stomachs cannot stand sick- ening oils aud other fatty mixtures. l'askola has replaced tlicm. it is easily taken and pleasant to the taste. Ask your druggist for a bottle and try it. The practical results derived from the use of Paskola as well demonstra ted by the following statements from a few of tho many who have used it with entire satisfaction during tho past thirty days: Mr. A. Alexander ot 1 ayior, Texas, says: "1 am now using the second bottle or Paskola and rind myself greatly Improved. My appetite is bet ter than it has been for years, and since I have been using l'askola I have gained live (5) pouuds' Mrs. I1 red droves, or Miamlville, U., writes under date of Aug. 10, to the following effect: "When I began to take Paskola I did not think that it would do me any good and had made up my mind to quit using medicines and let nature take its course. 1 acci dentally got hold of one of your little bonks and decided to Grive one Dre- digested food a trial. I have taken tour bottles. and have never ruit better in my life. I do not know how much I have gained in tlesh, but I do know that I can eat anything I want and sleep soundly at night. My friends au remarK upon my improved appear ance," Dr. Alexander Hunt, of Mud river, Kentucky, has been testing the prepa ration iu the case of his little grand daughter, 2 years old. The child was nothing but a skeleton when he com menced giving lier l'askola, and in t wo weeks she gained nine (9) pounds, and, in his language, "is now fat, red and rosy." In fact she enjoys the best ot health. Paskola is kept by all druggists and the Fre-Digcsted Food Co., No. 30 ltcade Street, New York, its proprie tors, will be glad to supply a free pamphlet ou the subject of food and digestion upon application. Twentieth Senatorial Convention. Tbe Republican senatorial convention of the Twentieth Senatorial district will be beld at the arbitration room in the court bouse on Tuenday, tbe 2oih day of Sept., at 11 o clock a. m., for tbe pnrpsse ef nominating a candidate for state sena tor. An election for delegates to this conven tion will be beld on Saturday, the 23nd day of Sept., betweeu the houis of 4 to 7 p. m. Vieilance committer will plase govern tnemselves accordingly. acu election district will be entitled to tho snme number ot delegates as they bad in tbe late county convention. The same rule applies to tbe Luzerne portion of tbe district. John f La Toucue, Chairman. 0. M. Bansen,' Secretary. Fourth Legislative District . Tbe Republicans of tbe fourth Legisla tive district will assemble In convention in tbe McKinley Club rooms. Odd Fellows' building, Jvrinyn, ou Tuesday, the twenty- nun day or bep tern ber, at a o clock p. m for tbe purpose of nominating a candidate for tue lecialature. Election for delegates to this convection will be beld at the regular polling places on Saturday, Sept. 22. betweeu the hour or 0 and 7 p. in. acn election district will be entitled to tbe same representation as'the late countv convention. Vigilance committees will please take due notice and govern themselves accord- iog,y. Vir.i.AM J. Schubmeul. Chalrmau. S. S. Jonies, Secretary. Rcrnd Legislative District The Republicans of tbe Second Lesisl a tive district will assemble in convention at tbe arbitration rooms in tbe court bouse. city of Scranton, on Tuesday, tbe 25th day or beptemoer, at iu o'clock a. m for the purpose of nominating candidate for the legislature. An election for delegates to this con vention will be held at the regular iiolllni places on Saturday Sept. S3, between the hours of 4 and 7 p. m., each election will be entitled to tbe same representation as at tne late county convention. Vigilance committee will please take due notice and govern themselves accord' lngly. Very respectfully yours. W. a Millar, Chairman. A. J. Koi.B, Seocetary. CHAMPION PIGEON, SHOOT WILL TAkE PLACE AT Scranton Base Ball ' Park, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, AT 9 A.M. Thoro was nover a shoot of this kind In Lackawanna county, ny not turn out brini your friends even if yon do not shoot Tel Your friends about it. The winnorof a medal becomes the absolute owner. The following are mo pri.a; - v First prize, preacnted by Green Ridge Gun club, f To gold medal. Becnnd l'rlze, presented by Green Ridge Gun club, SOU hammerlcss sun. Third prize, presented by Lumber dealers. or scrauton, W gold stop waten. Fourth nrlze. preaented br UeortreW- Bchla. gor.lmndsome gun caee. , , Fl th prize, presented by E, R. Parker, split bamboo fishing rod. , -, Hlxth prise, presented by 'A. . W. Jurish, KemlnRtnn rifle. " - Hovcnth prize, presented by George W. Fel ton. hunting coat, Eiirhtb prizo, presented by Alex Duno, Jr sportmau s anibrolla The rules are 21 yards riae, nra of one bar rel only and only I W ounoe shot allowed. The boundary will be tue fence which endows the grounds. Each shooter will shoot at ' live piKcons. All tli a to hn shot off at five birds each: An admission of Oft cents will bn charg ed, grand stand free. The pnblio is cordialy inritod. There is at the present time 20 entries and thy are the crack wing shots of northeast ern Pnnnsjrlvanio. We expect to have nt loai-t 40 eutrlim which will take over 1,0110 pigeons to decide the content. tVe have re ceived a number of entries from Wllkes-Bsrre and Lusorne county. There will bn no selling out In this m atoli, every shooter will shoot the shoot of his lite. There has been nothing In years thst has at troieduch attention as onr coming shoot. Take Providence or Peokvdle car from Scranton to ball park. All entries will close Sept, !. Address all letters to GREEN RIDGE GUM CLUB, EOX 660, SCRANTON, FA T A Word. Wants of all kinds cost fiat mveK ohti paid for, in aci ranee. When a booh ac count is made, - ho charge will b less tnan IS cents. This rule, applies to all small want eels, except Situations Wanted, which are inserted FREE. . Agents Wanted. SALESMAN EVERY COUNTY. SALARY or commission. No experience. New tariff bill L'lvns uulimltod profits. Active men "Pl'ly qulcklv stating ealary and territory wautud. MANUFAC1UKEKS, Box MU8, Bos ton. Agents wanted everywhere to sell the latest aluminum novelties, enor mous profits, sell at sluht. delivered true, so cure territory. Sample In velvet lined case wun run inrormaiion, ioc. uaiaioftus iree. Aluminum Novelty Co.. 13 Broadway, New York. Held Wanted Females. CERVANTOIRL WANTED AT HORN'B ID hot"l, 124 Krnuklln avenne. For Sale. IfOR SALE AN OLD ESTABLISHED 1 irrocorv business: one of the bust in tbe city, hue location, rexson for selling ill health. juuress urocer. Tribune omce. VOR SALE A FOLDING BED, IN PER J? feet order and uhou but verv little: con tains a mirror and linen chest; manufactured by A. H. Andrews & Co., Chicago. Address "Folding Bed," Tribune. (JQUABS IN ANY QUANTITY, 118 CLIFF tJ street. For Rent ,OIt KhN T-ON K-IIALF STOKE. 120 renn avenue. KM per month. T?OR RENT NICELY-FUR .ISHED HALL X suitable for lodgo rooms. JOHN JER MYN, 1 19 Wyoming avonun. Real Estate. CMALL FARM WE HAVE NAMES OF 13 twenty unrsons who want to lmv amall farms. Send full particulars. Make price iuw. n. uun&aT uuncuxs, f rice uuliuing. Horses at Auction. AT CUSICK'8 STABLE. SCRANTON, FRI dav. Sent. -'8. at 1 o'clock, sound, vounir. well-broken work horses. W. B. MOORE. Special Notices. YOU WANT . THIS RELIC REPRINT Frank Leslie's Illustrated Weekly War Illustrations 111-18(1"). Two Volumes Folio, J10.5O; payable monthly. $2.0U. Dolivorod by express complete, prepaid. Address P. O. JMUODY, tlltf Gibson street, Scranton, Pa. BLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS. MAOA ziues, etc., bound or rebound at Tns TltmuNH office. Quick work. Reasonable prices. WANTED - HORSES TO PASTURE, Luxuriant arowth ot nulcic fnttenini Brasses, rtimiilt? lironk. Hvlllir nnHmrfi. Amnla shade. ANDREW LEIOHTOX. Olenburn. MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT Hi corner Spruco street and Franklin ave nne. Twenty meal tickets for U6U. Oood table board. Proposals. SEALED PROP08ALS WILL BE RE ceivedat theolBce of the city clerk. Scran ton Pa., uutil 7.3U p.m., Thursday, Octobur 4th, IsiW, to construct a main sewer iu the lourtottiitb Sewer district of said city: also to construct the necessary liS'lus, manholes, lamphoU'S and fixtures for said sewer. All of said work to be done iu accordance with plan specification therefor, filed In the otlico of i ity Clerk. 'Ihe sum of flvehundrud dollars. (IfJO) cash or certified check shall be enclosed with each proposal for said work. Enclosures of unsuccessful bidders will be returned upon the award of contract for the work. Thi suc cessful bidder ahull nxecuto a contract for the work within tn days from day f awsr i thereof, otherwise the enclosure of IAU0 shall be forfeited to tbe use of the city of Scranton. The city reserves the right to reject any aud all bids. By order of city councils. M. T. LAVELLE. City Clerk. Scranton, Pa., Sept. 10, 1694. Charter Applications. NOTICE 18 HERKBY GIVEN THAT AN appll-atlon will be made to theOovornor of the State of Pennsylvania, on Friday, the twelfth (lay ot October, M. by Louise P. Bnrt, Grinnell Burr, John Hayer, Charles l aldwoll, Edgar M. Reynolds. Cliarlos L. Haw ley, Geo. L. Weaver Jos. D. Evans, under the Act ot Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An act to provide fur the incorporation and regulation of cer tain corporal i ns," approved April ISt'i, 174, and the supplements theroto, for the charter of an intended corporation to be called "Tbe Scranton Land and Improvement company," the character and object of which U the purchasing of real eslate and the im- firovument thereof and the Helling and lcas iik" of the time, with or without improve ment, and for these purposes to have and possess and enjoy all tbe rights, benefits and privileges of said act ot assem bly and its supplements. CUAKLES L. HAWLEY, Solicitor. Notice of Dissolution. TOTICE OF D1SSOLUTION-THE PART X nershlp heriotore existing between 'f . J. Monaghan and M. E. . Kane under tbe firm name of MonoKbau & Kane, doing a tonsoriol business under the Traders' National bank, 14 Lackawanna avenue Is this day dissolved. Mr. T. J. Monaithan will continne busine-s at the old stand. by whom all matters relating to the above firm will be settled. T. J. MONAGHAN, H. E. KANE. Situations Wanted. CITUATION WANTED-DRESSMAKER O would like to go out by tho day or take tewing at home. Address M. 2U Spruce stroot. CITUATION WANTED YOUNG MAN u desires a situation as book-keoner. Lx perlenced and good references. Willing to begin on small wau& Address J. W, L. 437 n yomius avenue. , VOUNG LADY WOULD LIKE PLAIN X sowing; will to oat by the day or at iiumw. AuurenH apruco street. CITUATION WANTED BY A WOMAN O to do bouse cleaning or ofheon, or washing uy tne aay. Auuress J. c, ttu Twentieth street, Hyde Park. , 1) ESPECTARLE WOMAN WOULD LIKE At a place with child IU years old as bonne keeper, no objections to children. Can give best of reference, Mrs. Deal, 128 Penn avenue. AN ACl'lVK RE 1IAPLE MAN, WITH good references, of middle aire wishes i uipioymeni, yuica and correct in ngures, five vnara exoenunce an aliurln nntrv lmnk. keeper and clerk. Will work for any wages that will payboard, Addresi W. B. Tribune omce ANTED BY A YOUNG MAN OFGOOD references, a uoaltion of anv kind. driver or hotel work preferred. E. MtW2 Liaciawanna avenue. ITUATION WANTED BY A BOY 18 years old. Address 420 Oswell court. T)OY WANTED-APPLY TO THE TRIB- 1' UB lioaesdale office. PAUL GAKD NER. . - Look Here! :::::::::i::::::::.naa;a: :.:: 5 - 1 There are a Weal man'v cards. pamphlets, circulars and other advertising matter constantly being distributed among ihe public. Not everybody has a taste for read- ing. . Have your printing done in an attractive and novel style. Draw people's attention by some thing catchy and rarely seen. . THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE; . , JOB DEPT. is able to please you in every 1 p" C ED ; respect.' onno SEPTEMBER 20, JUST TWO YEAB3 ago w flnnir onr banner to the breeze and floated Into tbe stream of business. We were confident of suocess from tbe start and our confidence led us to ex pect great result. We went in to win, Onr friends were with us, a they are still with thousands of new one added. Our aim has been to con duct a business establishment upon a fair and honorable basic to make onr customer' Interests our own, to deal witb all alike on a strictly one-prioe system, and that always tbe very low est possible pries; to keep only tbe most reliable make of goods, that we might appeal to you ou thulr merits. Have we succeeded? CONNOLLY & NO BETTER BEDDING Is anywhere made than 13 manufactured right here FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED. BEST AND A. W. JURISCH 435 SPRUCE STREET BICYCLKS AND 6POIITINO GOODS. Victor, Gaadron, Eclipse, LovelL Dlamont and Other Wheels. MT. PLEASANT AT RETAIL. Coal of th boat qnallty tor domestle nse,an4 ef all sizes, delivered la any part ot to alt) at lowest prioa. . Orders loft at my offloa, 0. 118, WYOMING AVENUE, Roar room, first floor. Third National Bask, nt oy man or teiepuon to toe mine, will ive prompt attention, sclal contracts will be mode for tb sail HpocI saWdsl delivery of Buckwheat Cool. WM. T. SMITH. OP Artistic ricits ON Thursday, Friday, Saturday, "We will show the latest conceits from London and Paris, together with many of our own original ideas. Every lady of Scranton and vicinity is cordially invited to attend. ' AS. j A j.'. lis H. LANGFELD,. Successor, 322L Lackawanna' Ave - . .... . ... Wblte Front HERE ARE A FEW FACTS none ovi Stock twioe as large as when vre opened. Buslnets Increased 100 per cent. An addition of 1,000 square feet of floor spuee. Enlarged and better facilities In every department. Number of salespeople increased from B to IS. Several departments added. ' Anions them our new Cloak Parlors handsomely furnished and superbly s looked. WALLACE 209 ill uuctuiuu uy uic SCRANTON CHEAPEST IRON BEDS IN Wm. Linn Allen & Co. STOCK BROKERS. Bay and sell Shocks, BoodsncVCcrsiii on Nsw York Rxobangsi and Chicago Board of Trade, cither for cash or on margin. 412 Spruce Street. tJTLocal Stocks a Specialty. i duE GIMMICK, Manager, TELEPHONE 5,003. Manufactur'g Co, " c; i, VINEGAR AND " CIDER TO 151 MERIDIAN ST. (41 fl 01 Maloney Oil and 1 Bonnets September 27th, 28th, 29th. 3.1 i SIC 1894 Evidence good enough?" Yes,"wehear you say, "the boys have dona well' We expeot to do better. Every day must bring an increase In onr business. We realiz that to ac complish this we must give it our un divided attention. Our endeavors will be to please onr customers, to satisfy their wants with the best classes of merchandise obtainable and at prices as low and, in many oases, lowsr than any other bous in our city. The re suits are even greater than our expec tations and we heartily thank our friends for tbeir substantial support in the psst and hop that our method and efforts will merit a continuance ot th same. TK,aLrm Carpets Cleaned. Feathers Renovated. BEDDING CO. THE CITY. Dr. E. Grewer Tbe Philadelphia SpeclalUUmd bis associated staff of FunlisQ and German pbysicla.s. are now pormant'Utly located at Old Post OOli'O Kiil'iline, ( ornir Penn avenue and Spruce mreet The doctor 1h a eraduate of the university of Pennsylvania, f rnjerly demonstrator of pbysi clogy aud Burirery at the Medico-Chlrurgieal College of Philadelphia. His pnecialtius are Chronic, Nervous, Skin, Heart, Womb and Bloud dlseasoti. DISEASES OF THE KERYODS SYSTEM Tho symptoms of which dizziness, lack of counutiioo, sexual weaJtnRss in men ana wo man, ball rteinir In tho throat, spots floating oeiore tue t'yes. mssoi memory, uuaDie tocon centrate the mind on one subject, canity startled when suddenly spoken to, and dull, distressed mind, which unfits them for per forniinp the actnal duties of life, making hap piness impossible, diitressine the octi n of tne neart, causing nusn or mat, oppression ot spirits, evil forebodings, cowardice, fear, dreams, melancholy, tire easy of company, fueling "8 tired in the morning as when retit im.'. lark of energy, nervousness, trembling, confusion of tliouirut. depression, constip tion. wcaknoss of tbe limbs, etc Those so affected shonld consult us immediately and be restor ed to perfect health, 1 LOST MANHOOD RESTORED. Weakness of Youns; Men Cured. If vou have been orlven tin bv vour phvsicinn call upon tho doctor and be examined. He cures the worst cases of Nervous Debility, Ni'i-ofula, Old Sores, Catarrh. Piles, rcmale Weakness, Affections of tho Eye, bar, rtose, and Throat . Asthma. Deafness. Tumors, Can- cersand Cripples of every description. Consultations free and strictly sacred and confidential Office hours doily from V a. m. to p. m. Sunday 9 to t. Enclose five i-cent stamps lor symptom blanks and my book called "New Life." 1 will pay one thousaud dollars in gold to nnvone whom 1 cannot cure of KPILEPTIO CONVULSIONS or FITS. OK. E. UttliWEK, Old Post Office Building, corner Penn ave nne and Spruce street. 600ms 1 and 2 Cownudtli BUT g, SCRANTON, PA, MINING anTiuSTINQ POWDE Hade at the MOOSIO and EUSB DALE WOHK& Lifflln & Rand Powder Oo.'i ORANGE GUN POWDEB Elect rio Batteries, Fuses for explod ing blasts, Safety Fuse and RepaunoChemlcal Co. '1 High Explosive! ESTABLI5BXD 1860. 26,000 IS VBK Instruments In every sense-f"th-tenn as applied to Piaooa. . . . , Exceptional in holdinf tbeir original mine NEW YORK WABEHOCSE, No. 80 Fifth avenue, SOLD BY E.CRickerScCo. 115 Adams Ave. New Telephone Bdrj CO M E AND SEE TJS CONCERNING THE PRINTING 4 L We can please yottr taste an4 wants. Get an estimate. The Scranton Tribune Job Dept. 1 01 xv