The Lectures

Mr. Carol Norton, C.S.D., on January 10, delivered a lecture at Pottsville. A leading Scientist of that city writes as follows with reference to the lecture:—

"The Academy of Music has a seating capacity of eleven hundred. The people began to arrive at seven o'clock, one hour before the lecture began. At eight o'clock, when the lecturer and Mr. Seltzer appeared on the platform, every seat was occupied, except a few in the topmost gallery. There were at least three hundred people standing, and the manager of the Academy told us that hundreds went away when informed there was standing room only.

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