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TJ1E SClTAlsTQN TBIBUKE-SATUlfDAT MOBNING. JULY 14, 1804.
According to the Ulest report thero
ro now 1,870 ruilt i of railway in JiipHn,
of wliicli 1,'JIO nuieg nro owned by pri
Trtie cf.uipuiiicd. At tba present tiuio
03 npplicutiou for now railrou l con
cessions ir under the consideration of
tl:e uuthoriti"g of that country, the
total length n' t'"f projected liuei bo
ina nfoont miles. It. is addod that
tlio Jiipani-H K'lVernmtMit Iim iu viow
to luila l.'Jtil miles oi ruilroad during
the next twenty yxur, which will
Irifj? tip the length of the stuto
Ji'nn to about 1 . y 1 5 miles. The
.Kipiint'ao nro Bitfiiciiiitly cosmopoli
t in to to the clieapi-Ht tiiurki'tM for
tiietr unpplies of material and miuihin
t'iy. 'lhey are at the pres'-nt moment
'rderlnc coiiBHleriitl'i tiuuntity of
i tie-ir relininir nnd textilo iiniohirjery
in K;inlaiii, and they draw their mils.
liH'omntivoH and other railway muter
iiil -a hfii they do not manufacture it
tiiemselvi'f with t!ie most absolute
imp 'irii'iiity fr.m KnijUiid, Uormxny
liii.l the Uuttt Suite, while they -jeir
to l;ii:cy France for the nvutor
iilitoi and other war material, ul
llioni;!i ll'.i'V liavo recently ordered
Hi.ma llarvoyizi'i1. armor plates from
The 1'itr len Iron company, of Troy,
N Y . s't3 an t-x tiiipl" mat mitfiit well
"no l.ilnuvtd ly all rmployinit corpora
tions with I- "iielit to all concerns 1. Tlio
nr ! n cmii'iny Itas no controversies
wilii i:s tiu.nsiiinls of cmploves. Whyf
lS.-cnu-., nci'ordititt to tlio Troy Trl
j;ra m. tlio compinv doal honestly with
i: lulp ai d lii" mi'U linvo entire con
iidi'uce in the corporation. Tha opera
tives nro well iwvmo that when the con
ill ion cif the m-irket wnrrauls it thtro
will ho nil advance of waes all
i.!o:i tie iino without th nsk
So, too, wh.'ti the ptic s have
n iiowiiward toirlency tliey nrj
furnished with proof of the fact nnd
readily submit to reduction which they
:m w to li just. l-lut this is not nil.
Many year ho the company i.iangu-
i a iwucv of awardinjr iirizia to
the ui-ii doinn the best wot!: in t'u
f v.-r.il U"i:irtt!ientR. This encouraged
l i.c u'.en to b steady and pititisUkiu?
and it is n m.-tter of Rreat satisfaction
to then to know that their tilorts to
do tie Im st work nre appreciated. Tho:i,
loo, the .irt!s:i:s itr, well aware that
t!i profits of the business are cut frit
tered away by paying lar'o salaries to
u lot of t'l'iihtuentiil cUipioves. Tbt're
is no room f.,r drones in th-i Hurdim
bive. AM v.iio are employed there
liavo to work, no matter wliut
inav le the position they fill. There
:s a set of rules ia force at the the
Pur'i-n works which all must obj"rve.
.i infractions are permitted. Every
workman is protected iu his individual
viulint and the humblest laborer under
stands that unfair treatment by ;i fore
man is surn to result iu the dismissal of
the latter if th.i com 1 tint of tin la
borer is sustain" 1 ly the facts. S ), too,
do rinployes w-dl know that tlio orders
( f their superiors muss bo obeyed.
Ons-intently there is unison every -ww-ro
and as a result contentment a!
v. ayjrulo. The B;ir-Uti Iro i cora
p 'iiy, iu the Tel-s-'-i" ' "pinion, is a
.ur.md institution, a:i l if all inauafao
turintf concerns wen r iu on tho s uae
p.-iuciplus there would, it thinks, be
verv lias frio io i between cupitil and
Says r Pittsbnrg dispatch: A new
deal'is in progress in connection with
the propns-d lieW trunk line railway
system wnich isto outer Pitisburt;.
By the new plan thre differeut rail
roads running in threo direc'.ions will
In- cei.te.-e i here. They nro tho Duf
filo, R"Cii"s;er an! Pittsbnra; nil way,
the B'.ieh Creek railway and the Puts
1 ur. Suenaniro and Lake Erie. The
Uuilalo, Rochester and Pittsburg is tiie
new party to the deal. At pvesent it
hi.s powayof reachinir Pittsburg ex
ce, t over tne L'd.iiiii Valley railroad
iricks from DuLois. The eoatli-
i'm terminal o' the line is
Pilnxsut I'.Ttiey, where the Doach
Crc.-k lino also terminates. From there
it runs dir.'criv north to Linrl'il and
Il.'eLesler. Iiy the construction of
about forty miles nt track the two lines
can reach LSr.idy's iiend. From the
i-reseot goatnern terniinns of the Pitts
kC.rtr, Sbenatiw an I Lake Erie ro id at
ii.itlerto Urady's Bend is only thirty
iui'.es, and ly tlie extension of th ir
n:' over the rotito already staked off,
iro "Peasloy." as tho the Pitlsbnrir,
.Slienan'o and Luke Erie is (,'vncr.illy
cille I, would j rin the other two linos.
I'rom Brady's Band south to Pittsburg
the new aclr in provides for the joint
construction of a doublo track line by
the three railroads.
Baltiin re advices are to the effect
ti nt mi important enterprise is under
vrny, whicn has for its aim the consoli
dation of the Baltimore nnd Eastern
roilrond, tho Choptank steamboat com
pany, which it controls, having pur
chased gomu months ngo; tho Mary
land Kteainboat company, and tha Eist
urn Snore Steamboat company. This
will give the company controlling these
lines almost a monopoly of tha eastern
chore trade. Jos' ph B, S.)tb, who was
one of tho promoters nf thr Eastern
S :ore railroad, says Now Y"i k vn
dicale has tcen formed with ifohD.OOO to
put the road, which is now iu the re
c ivf.r's hands, on a sound basis. A
ptojict is pending to extend the ro.td
iroiu Eistou to Ches'ertown, where a
cuinei'tion will be luuda with the E'k
ton & Southerlnnd road; also to Child's
Htntioii, on the Baltimore and Ohio,
'i ho Baltimore cc Onio and Jersey Cen
tral roads are said to bo backing this
MlXOll TNbUSTIilAI. Notks:
The Wilkes-iiurra shops of the Lehigh
Valley mo to be enlarged aud impiovod.
1w business of the llaz'.eton pnstofficc
lies inci4!UHed to Biieh nn extent that the
P 'stolllco inspector has recommended that
the present quarters be indulged.
jMI jmlfiuiontR lusaiiHt old companies
Imviim been met, the Pennsylvania .Mid
land will put enineers nt work upon un
finished portions of the line.
It now begins to appear as though that
time tlnice abandoned South Mountain
road is to bo bn lit. netween Harrisbnrg
nnd llamburt;, lierks county, with a
br irrh to Sti a'stown. Coiinectiou would
be mad with the Pennsylvania nt both
The KognrM locomativo works are linild
ini; twelve eniiinos for the United railroads
, Havana, two for tho Cnnlenss and Ju
c.uo system of Culm, and have just re
ceived nn order for tlvo consolidated ma
chines from the Now York, Susquehanna
Hallway superinteudonts say that it was
very fortunate that there were n few days
between tho strike of the coal miners nnd
that, of the Ameiiian Railway union, as it
mahled the roiels to get in a supply of coid
that will keep thorn moving their trains
There is now said to be littlo doubt that
the Koadiug company will carry out the
Iirojected plans of running a bruncn into
leaver Meadow. Crews are daily remov
ing the cars that are iu stock from the
Tninnquit, Ifa.teton and Northern branch.
' II the new liuit is built this branch will be
Dut in use fri iu Hnzlcton Junction, near
Laiity to IrtBi kow. una at that point a
counect ion will in all probability be made
to the proposed extension. An opportun
ity of this kind that will place the Ta-
mnqiiu, hnzlcton nnd isnrthern braneb,
wi icb bns been temporarily abandoned for
some time, in operution, will be grate
fully received by tup Heading.
After ten months of reduced time nnd
reduced force the l.chie.h Valley shops at
llazleton lavo started tin ami resumed tho
old order of full time with a full set of em
ployes. At these shops over .Mm are em
ployed. Tho Juuiuta shops of tho Ton u
tylvama system at Altooua have also
started up on full time with nil the men
the shops cnu handle.
Tho receivers of tho Reading show a
determination to develop the coal tratih:
ot their lines, in which, i-nys tlio Indianap
olis Journnl, they much on the sugp s
tiou of ('. K. ll"ndor-,oii, formerly general
manager of the Indiana, illoouiiin;t iu niut
Western, now general manager of the coal
and iron inteiejtu of tint Koadiug.
Tho des.sup I 'mirier says: ".lust twenty,
three years ago last Wcdite-id.iv-, July 4,
JfSTl, the first Delaware and Un ison p is
soimer train over their steam roiul between
Carbondalo tool Sevanton win run. One of
the most i.'eiitleioanly and popular con
ductors of the Delaware and Hudson at
the present, time, Mr. Skeels, whs one if
the train hands nt the tune and lias been
employed ever since. Time has dealt gently
wiili linn, and altliough tho silver threads
have appeared among the gold, he seems to
have lot none of the spiightliiHHS that
stood him so well ia hand on the oi l
gravity mad, where the writer knew him
twenty-eight years ago."
Thoso who have used Dr. King'i New
Discovery know its value, mill thoso who
have not. huvo now the opportunity to try
it Free. Call on the advertised Druggist
midget a Trial I'mttie, l'reo. Send your
name and address to 11. E. liackluu it Co.,
Chicago, and get a sample box of Dr.
King's S'ew I life Pills. Free, ns well as a
copy of C'.kIu to Health and Uou-eUohl
Instructor, r'ree. All ot which is guaran
teed to do yi. it good aud cost you nothing.
Matthews "liros. Drugstore.
NEWS NOTES FROM WUeS.
Si rt-ial Corn si otilatrr.
I.OMiOX. July ('. Assheton Smith, the
Welsu u.-illiouuiro slate quarry owner,
contemplates running uu electric railway
from the biauiitul t?wn of Llanberis to
the top of the far famed Snowdou inoun
tain. Thousands of our American con-ins
climb Suowdou, and tho railway will be
Dr. Jclm William-, the royal Woisli doc
tor, has received thousands ol congratula
tions upon ins snocesstul aiteiuiance upon
the Duchess of York.
"The English Church Union" is tho so
ciety of tho bigoted high churchmen, and
its defense of tho Uil-h church is the
cause o.' sumo tiijuseiuent. Tln-y believe
themselves cepa'ul-i of converting tho
stur.ly non-conformists and procet d to do
so by calling them Anarchi-ts, etc. The
following remarks upon the disestablish
ment biil are culled from an speech, "a
suppression of the tru'-h," "in imperti
nence," "a vile dcseciation," "a bill t cre
ate religious inequality," "a monstrous
bill," "nttaek upon uacro.l rights of prop
erty," nnd yet these deluded people hope
to kill the disestablishment bill.
The Dnko of Westminster's Welsh elec
tion fund is exciting great int-rest. At
the next election ls will he one boiling
mass of political hotpot, livery Beat will
be iour;ht to tho bitter end. Peoplo have
a right to do what they may with their
own, but nevertheless ic seems a wicked
waste of Ssiyjno to encetirngo unnecessary
strife and a campaign of mb:repre-e:ita-tloa
in which the two parties are equally
Tho Liberals have already scored a
permanent conquest and they are to bo
sympathized with, that is, if any political
party deserves sympathy. (Jut of thirty.
four Welsh members, thirty-one aie Liber
als, elected solely upon the disestablish
ment ticket, but lute iu the day Lord
Salisbury demands a religious census of
The church is admitted to bo tho strong
est iuuividual denomination, and in a re
ligious census would show up very favora
bly, but when the national will has been
so c.earlv expressed iu the ballot box the
demand of bis Lordship is too ancient aud
The Albion colliery disaster is stid the
absorbing topic and recalls other siuiih r
cata-trojihies in South Wales. '.' ho (jnac
estern colliery explosion in K'Xi caus d
03 deaths: iil-SUJ, tho Tandy (Park Slip),
in IMii), AOasychati, lil) deaths; and -s-peti
;l:v the Anercain explosion iu ISM.
whim Si W lives were lo-t, comes almost
parallel to tho present di-sostor.
Thero Is one feature iu the last disaster
which is of moro than national import
ance, viz: tha; Mr. Robson, the miuo in
spector, selected this colliery t-omo tiniu
ago as a typical dry ami dusty colliery,
nnd tho result of the esprriments on the
coal dust was that the dust of this particu
lar colliery was found to contain a greater
combustive power or, iu other words, n
greater amount of inl! uiininblo mixture
than any other in tho United Kingdom.
Owing to thu "double f biff," system in
this colliery the only opportunity to re
pair the roads and cl'-an the great, accuniu
latiou of coal il usr. is on Saturday after
noon and about c()0 men are put upon the
Tho opinion expressed by "Mabin''seon.H
nn excellent one to account lor the cau.,e
of tho explosion: Ab-att -U!) men were at
tho time engaged in clearing the fine coal
dust off tho roads so thnt while this w ,n
going on tho whole ventilation of the col
liery would be charged with this explosive
stiiMwnce. At too fame time the road re
pairers woum do upon inn worn or putting
inn ronus m order. Iilatinir down the ti
ber and rooting according to the practice
at this colliery. What happened? The-o
shots dislodge an enormous nmiunt of
rubbish and gas if it. lurks in tho vicinity.
One of the shois produced n ihunoj this
Tired the dislodged gfts nnd rtihbiah iu n
ventilation already too iiillaminahlo nnd
dust laden owing to the simultaneous work
of the men clearing thu dust.
One point to be cleared nt the inquest
will bo: Tho managers bad been aniu isod
of the highly dangerous nature of the coal
dust and yet they allowed M) men to dis
turb the combustive dust while another
100 men were dislodging rubbish aud some
of them blasting with dynamite.
It does appear that somo ono in author
ity should either satisfactorily explain
this apparent mismannjiemet or bo mane
to stiller, ns somo Blight retaliation for tuo
huge sorrow which has bneu caused.
THROW IT AWAV.
tTr"!) There's no Innf
1 yspocr nny need of
which give only partial relief
ct best, never cure, but otten
Inlllct grent injury. Inducing
In tin m n nt ion, sti unti u lut Ion
matter of how long sliiiellmf,
or of T.hnt size, la proumtlv
and permanently enrol without tho knilo
nnd 'Without puln. Another
TrlU!rph In ConsorvaGted Sargapy
is the cure, of
rrTTlfiT?s3 Ovnrlan, Fibroid and nfhr
A tmuity, varieties, withoul
without tho perdu
Of cutting operations.
t 1' ir.tt! a. and other
diseases of tho lower bowel, promptly cured
without rnln or resort to tho knife.
RTflNfc ln 11,0 "ladder, no mnttor how
tl X J1X JLi larsre, in crushed, pulverized,
Dml washed out. thus avoiilimr cutting.
cutting. Abundant Uoferenecif, anf Pampli
lets, on above diseases. 6eut aealoii, 1(1 plain envelope-It)
cts. (stamps). Wounn k- DtsenN.
$AHX Uidicau A&ccuhon, liuOo, H. V.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Stocks and Donif.
New Youk. July 13. Reports that Pres
ident Cleveland would appoint two com
missioners tp assist Labor Commissioner
Wright in an investigation of the causes of
the receut strike as well as to suggest rein
edn s li-d to a tinning opening at the Stock
Exchange. The feet that the rail
roads were acceptad perishable freight
for Chicago, was accepted as con
clusive evidence that the strilio
had elided, contributed not a little
to the linnuess aud belated shorts cumo iu
the market as buyers. Subsequently it
was announced from Chicago that tho
American Kailwav union was willing to
call their strike off provided tho railway
managers would agree to take back the
menihei j of the union who nuit work. Tho
passing of Debs, however, did not lead to
any extensive buying to cover slock.
Prices for railway tstucks moved up
anywhere from to 1 per cent.
Pullman Palace to 1.111 on the in
troduction by Senator Davis of
an niiioiidmeut placing drawing room nnd
sleeping cars under the operation of the
lnteisialo commerce law. Sugar, Has nun
Lead were ttroiie. Distillers broke trom
J4 t tiliSi and Mihs quontly recovered to
i. Sugar moved up to Wi, on the ad
vance of in rellned. Chicago tins rose
from H1., to ill;'h. Speculation closed linn.
lie- louowoii; rominoio iiiniii nii'mvink hi"
day's tluetu.itioiiH in Revive utoeks is Btippiieil
uiul revised dully Iiy l.iiltar A Fuller, stuck
uruKers, Ul wyuinuw Hveame:
Am. Pet. OH LT14
Am Sulfur. 1 '7
A. T. .VS.' f
I Vu. N. J
Chic iV N. W..-.....JIWS 111 il le-'1-
U.. It. & 0 7I" ...v., 71
(.'., C. ('. St. j ..
Col.. lloek.Vid. & '1
11. A: it
i I. - v
II 1 1
1. ft f. 1'
H. K. Co
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S. Y. AN. B ''!
N. Y. t:entral I'i
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T'-xus iV Fae,..,
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Chicairo Grnm aad FrovUloni.
' SctiAN-roN. July II! The following quota
tion nro suppliiiii uuil correct" t daily by l,-i-liar
.V: Fuller,.stoclt orokers.nl Wyoaiinif ave
OA I S.
1. 1 nvpst... ......
Oi. 11 ng
tulv. Sent. Dee
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4 i(-o Wu ....
4il 4U'.t ....
mill --"M ...1
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Scranton Wboli-salo Maikt.
SciiAMo:f, July 13. Fulit axo Fno
DPi'K Uried apples per pound,(ia7c. : evap
orated apples, liable, per pound; TurUinh
prunes, Sa.'ic; English currants, ilxllXe.;
layer raisins, f l.Taal.SO; muscatels, Jl.OOa
l. ! per box; new Valencia, 7aT.ljc. per
Ueans JIarrow-fats. S3.00a3.0a per
busliel; modiuuH. $l.7-)ttl.'.K),
ckas iireeu, 1. 15ul.20 per bnihsljspllt,
K'.fiOa'i.eO: lentrls.5 to 8c per ponnd.
Potatoes New,' per barrel, tii.'5a3.40.
Onions Ilaskot, 1.10al.'Jf).
liUTtiiii Ulc. to IbJc. por lb.
Chkkhb k;,,ii!i.;c. perlo.
Eouh Fresh, lOuliic
i'o'ji.Titv Chickens, dressed, 12 to 13c;
turkeys, 1J to l.!c.
MlA'rs-ilams, l;!'a'c; small hams, 14c;
skinuel hams, He; California hams,
Kc: shoulders, !)c; bellies, lUc; smoked
breakfast bacon, l'.".;c.
fitoKi-wi J!i:i:p-Outsides, 13,'.c; sots,
15c. : in.sides and knuckles, l(it,'c.
FoltK-Aiess nt lii; short cut, $10.
Lakp I enf iu tierees nt He; in tubs,
9;.c; in 10-pound paili, U'c.; 111 5-pound
psils, U;,c.j a-pound paili. in, per
pound, compound lard tierce, 7c; tubs,
"JsCc.; Kl-pontid pails, 7'.iC. per pound;
5-pound pniis, 7;N'c. por gonad; 3-pound
pailii, Sc. per pound.
' Floor Minnesota patent, pr bnrril.
M.3'i4,!l0; Ohio and Indiana ambr, at
iii.uii; Graham at io.H0; ryt) hour, nt
l'EED .Mixed, pr cwt., nts!.0
(iRAiN Kye, tioc; corn, Hi to but.; l,
55 to mir. per bushel.
1!yf. Sthaw i'er ton, S13alu.
New York l'roduci Martlet.
Nr:v Youk. July li!, Fi.ouu Dull,
Vhi:at Dull, lower, with options clos
imtste.iiy; No. red store and elevator,
MIJ.j'C; alloiii, Cue.; f. o. b., litl'c. ; 1111
ctaded rd, .")7at'dc; No. 1 n oitiiern, OSa
i;ti.-, ; cplioiH closed; August, otl'c.; t'ep
tomber. V: : December, (i;e.
COIIN-.IJU .', Jfc. lower; No. l .7,Vh-ISl'.;
elevator; -1 '.els.1 .jo. i.llont; option. clo.ed
slemly at J,n,',c under yestenhiv; duly,
47.!fc; A!i:;usi, 4V;'j;e.: September, 47'4c.
(Iats Dull, t-a-ier; options, dull, liriiier;
July, l ie; Ausrnit, 4 September, H.l'4c.
ripot irices, No. M, !d).;c.; No. !i white,
fiiJs'c; No. :J I hiciiKo, W'a: No. ;i, fil'c. ;
No. II white, fiiic.; mixed western, .UaaJo.j
I'.Knr I'nll, linn.
'1 iKiti 1 11 lii-icif - I mil.
( IT jIi:ats - (Juiet, steady.
liAitn (Jtiiet, steady; western, steam
closed 7.:i"; city, 7.:i'i; .luly, $7,110; Sop
temher, J7.HII; rellned, sleady; continent,
..W; 'compound, J7.1.
Hun uu Dull lower; statn dairy, I'.'n
liJa'c; tlo. creamery, l lalSc. ; western
dairy, 1llal:.'V(!.; do. creamery, HalSc.i do.
factory, Oal-lc; Klias 18c; imitation
( 'iikk.-ik V'irni, steady.
I'.iiiiv-Dud, weak; state and Pennsyl
vania, i 2 u Ilk'.; western llal'Jc.j do.
FMladelphla Tallow Uarkal.
rmi.APKt.i'ntA, July 111. Tallow was
dull and unchniiKed. 1'riceB were: Prime
city in lH'Kshearts,.,ii;n.!1Cc.; prlmn conntry,
in barrels, 4 '.C.; do. diirlt 111 burrels, 3J4a
4c;. cokes, J.'ai-.; gretise, yj-c.
IIknhy SntoKNiiAi.s, foreman Henry
KrtiR I'm'Kinjr (Jo.. t. Josoph, Mo., uses
Dr. Thomas' Kclectrio Oil, with his men
lor sprains, cuts, bruisus, chopped bonds,
etc. It is tho best.
Rlien Tiahy was slelc, wo care her Castorltw
When slm was a Child, sho cried for C'astorla,
When she lieeamo MifB, sho cluni; to C'ostoi-la,
When she had Chilurou, Llio yavu thun CustorUv
S'irs I.ottik CAlisnN.of Sar
mine, jtlieii ., wrlt"s: "I have
boon troubled with a terrible
hi adie lie for iilsuit I wo years
mid eoiilil not get anything to
li. 1 1 1 iie. iuit lit lust, a li-ieml
mivised nm to tali" your Hun
HOIK Itlooli lilT'l'iaiM, whieh
I del. and litter taking two
bottles, 1 have not had Uu
Dr. K. Grewer
The 1'h ilnclelplilii Ppeelnlist.niid Ms nwiei.itod
statT of Knitlish anil (lei-niaii phvsleians,
are now permaiHintlv located at
j tl SIMltfi: KT., KCIi ANTON.
The doetor Isacraduatenf the Fnlvei-aity nf
reiinsylvaniii.foi nini-lv ilcnio-isti-iitor nf nhvsi
oloey and siirurrv at the Jledieo ('liirnrj.-ii-iil
Co!leKo ..f Philaih-lphiii. A spi-.-iiilty of
J'hroiuo. Xei vous, Skin, Heart, Womb and
DISEASE OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
The symptoms of whleh urn dizziness, laek of
-omiMenee, sexual Mi-.ikiieHH iu moil anil wo
rniin. hall risinu in the tlirimt, sputa tlo.-itinu
belore the eye.s, loss of ineinoi-y, una bin to eon.
ceiitrute 1 ho mind on one Hiihiort, onsilv
startled wlii-n -.uddi-nly spohen to, and dull,
distressed mind, whleh uiillls them lor per-foi-iuinir
theiu tiud duties nf life, iiiakhiKluip
iiness iiiipiivhibU,; distri'ssiiiR the aetioii of
the heart, ciinsiau Hush of heat, depreHiina of
spirits, evil rnrelMidiRKn, eouarilieo, fear,
dreams, nieliim holy, tiie ciihv of eompany,
feelinj; as tired in the uiorninv as when retii
ini;. hu-k of energy, liervniisness, trrinlmne,
confiiHioa of thought., deiires.-inii.eonstlp'ition.
Weakness ol the limbs, I'te. 'I'howj so lltl'eeted
should consult tm imnn diutely and he restor
ed to pel-feet health.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
Weakness of Ytmnj,' Men Cured.
If yon have been nivea up by your physician
c;. II upon the doetor utul he eMiniineil. Ho
cures the worst eases nf Nervous ! i.-t.ility.Sr-ro-f
11 la, Old Si Tfs, Catarrh Flies. I 'finale Weakness,
Allectiolisol tlio Eye, Kur, Koso and Throat,
Asthma, Dontiiess, Tumors. Cancers and Crip-
pies or every ueseription.
Consultations free and slrietly sncred nnd
confidential. Otlice hours daily from Ua. ia.
toll p.m. Sunday 1) to &
KTpn? i sty en ad
iba tllVibla I gfm
TltftDE .'Sr.."- Mf.!lt.
jr. - l'r -- r.HOS. ELK.NTON.- ij
s., o v - rf
Is an Improvement ia Soap.
In tlie Trolley Soap old methods
ami materials arc superseded by new
ones. The Trolley Soap leaves tlio
clothes sweet and clean and lasts longer
than other soaps.
hi Your Grocer for It.
If he does not keep it send us order for
20 BARS FOR TRIAL FOR $1.00,
or for a Box mo cakes 75 pounds $4.50.
Joseph S.Thomag Ellpnton,
227 Chestnut Street, Phila.
rent of tlie st quality fjr domestic nsftsnd
ft nil nl.es. delirored iu an; part ot the citj
si lowe.st pneo.
Ordei left nt my oftico,
0. 11H, WYOMINO AVENtTK,
Bear room, flrat Hnor, Thir l National Bantt,
or sont by mail or telephone to tho mine, will
receive oromot Attention.
hperial contrnets will bo made for tho sail
and delivery ot liiiekwlieiit Coal.
WM. T. SMITH.
Maloney Oil and Manufac
I fnrinrr f. nvnntiiniT
Ilavo removed tltcir office to their
141, 143,145,147,149, 15)
TELErnONE NUMBER, 8681
DKXTKlt SHOE TO., Inn'p- fnpal. $1,000,001).
ItllST l.nt( KIIOK IN TIIK HOItl.l).
".4 ilullur ttirttl in n Mlnr tnrnrit." fc
Thlsl.ndten'HolliI I reneli DonRolitKlilTtiit
tou Hoot delivered free imywliero in tho U.S., un
r, roceipioivafii, .nenry wmrr,
.. .... hi f. ttl Mi
ii'l?''1, J Koital ovory wny tlio buot
mad in all retail uterus fur
$2.50. Wo nialio thti bnnt
ourwilreB, therefore vro guar
anlef- tint fit. ntyle unit eviir.
nnd If nay enn ia rot nntlnlii-d
via von reniiHi ino muiicy
or Kciml nnoi nrr pnir. liners
Toe or I o'liineii feinf,
Wlrllllll (', 1 K. K KK,
Izon 1 ;o I mill bait
I iJ; 1 hi ftt'it.N. re mil
Oexter Shoe KsSSS
prininntl)f ourml 11 'sA
f''S llfefrrwii r'M'plrruroil.frpf nuil When llctflprinp f-jl
I DTCtouty imi, unr mntic KcmtKiy Win
II , -r
n n '- 1 , 1
Manufacturers of the Celebrate!
100,000 Ebls. Por Annum,
WININQ, BLASTING AND BPOKT1NQ
llanufnctured at tho Wnjiwatlopon Mill, I.u
scruii eonnty IJ.-i and ut WU
niilnjtuii, Del. i ware.
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
Gcnoral Agent for the Wyoming District,
118 Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa
luird Katton.il Bank Building
TrtDR. FOr.li. Pitt.t m. r.i.
JdllK 1) t.MriIi&ri)X-,l'lymoiith. To.
E. W. S1L-U.KIA. Will:eH-iirro. I'a.
A.entB for tho Itupauue Clhcmioul Com
imuy'b UiL'h Explottivei
Atlantic Refining Co.
llnmif nctui er and Dealers Is!
Illuminating and Lubricating
Linseed Oil, Kapthai snJ Gnsi
linen of nil grades. Axle Grease,
Pinion Grease nnd Colliery Com
pound ; also, a large lino of Pur
rr.ftine Wax Candles.
We nlso handle tho Famous CROWY
ACME OIL, the only family safety
burning oil in the market
WILLIAM MASON, Manager.
Office: Coal Exchanso, Wyoming Ave.
Works at fine Broufc
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
v Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & COHNELL CO.
Booms 1 find 2 Commonwealth Bid's
KCK ANTON, PA.
MINING andB LASTING
Wade at tho MOOSIO nml EUSU
Lnfllin & Rami Powder Co.'
ORANGE GUN FOWDEB
Electrlo Batterlen, Fusm for explo.l
lug blasts, fciifnty Fuho nud
KepaunoChemicnl Co. 's High Explosive
Itpmovos Frdcklo", Pimp!e,
Liver Molot, Blicl;hi.-iJ',
bunhurn anil Ten, ami ru.
Huren tlio Bkln to its origi
nal fri'slnusis, yirndncinn a,
(iitMr uiiu lu-iiuiiy ciiiii-iM
nl..vl Cniutrlnr Irt nil Iiioa
pri'imm'tlons nnd THTlcctly hnrmless. At nil
acnggists, or nittllud lor SOi'tn. Bcud lor Circular.
VIOLA 8K!N 60AI I" rtmplr Iwopnl
f.Vln utitliiR kop, ttuwiimlcil Ihr tlio WW, nml "l"10'-
rlw.il for Iho mirFiTjr. Aiwoluti-ly juro nnl dlloUl nwol-cic-1.
At lnini. Pricn 25 CnK
G. C. BJTTNER 4, CO.,Tot.too, O.
For italo by Matthew llro. ami John
I0SIC POWDER CO
MM A ATT.Pf.
SUPERLATIVE AND GOLD MEDAL
The above brand of flour can be had at any of tba following merchants,
who will accept Tim Tribune ixoutt coi'Pon of 25 on eaoh on hundred pound'
of flour or 50 on eitch barrol of flour.
tcrnntdn-F. P. Trice. Wathingtoa Bvonai I
Gu'd Jlclal Hraini.
Duuinnrn-F. 1'. Trino, CloM Mo1al Ilriinl.
iJunuioru-r. U. Jtunlyy. Kuiit-rliitivo liranl
liydii I'urk Oirsou & David, Wa-hlinrii Kt.
(luld lli'd.il llrninJ; J Hf-jiii A. lltjiira, Main
avoinie, Hiiporl.'itivo Itrun-I.
Cnon A.Ij.H;iiror.Oi4d Modal Brti4.
J. T.Mi-Uult), SupiTlutivu.
i'lovidi.'iirc iri'iinnr & CliappcU. N' Main avo-
iiuu, Kutwrlativn Liiainl;!;. .J HillD.pij, W.
Markut utrnot, Gold il.'d il Brand.
Olyiihuut -.lamt'rt Jordan. Huiurlativn Branl
Pfi-kvillo Mhnlfrr As K to-r tbtip'jrlatiT.
Jrimyn-C. U. Wltitr & Co bupitraintlrn.
Aronliald Join-ii. S-mpion & ''.. t ild Medal.
( iirlnmilale R ti. llni ii jli Mcdul Hrand.
H.iiieiiJul-j-I N. FnHtiir is Co. Ooli Mu tal.
lliuooka M. H. I.utcIIk
,..-U.;J.- Hi ,T. V- i
.Uv-,-i ! lfirfi'-Y
LOUIS B. SMITH
Dealer in - Choiea Confections and Ms.
EREAD AUD CAKES A SPECIALTY.
FINEST ICE CREAM
1437 Capouse Avenue.
ON and STEEL
WILEY & RUSSELL AND WELLS BROS.
Wholccale and retail dealers' in
DIP YU ICiOW?
That -we will GIVE you bsautiful naw pat
terns of Sterling SILVER SPOONS and
FORKS for an equal weight, ounce for ounca,
cf your silver dollars. All elegantly en
graved free. A largs variety of new pat
terns to select from at
aT LACKAWANNA AVtfXUU
"No star 7as ever lost we once have seen,
Wo always may be what wo might have beon,"
A HAPPY PATRON OP"
TIE BIOHARDS LUIiEB 60.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
, ihvinnllunimlil. With
For Salo in Scranton, Pa., by 11. G.
inrl. Stirttco otttxits.
rrt '.kUW t i::Svi If, liiuninu.nti;..iiii3i.Luiiurrrt J. MllllMlHi I
"Ztfwk' ' r lnw manhood, Imuutoary. Niebtlr Kmli'wiiA'"l
'A''X'M'tiiJk'J Mciuiil Worry.exni'Hlve usool Tohueco or Opium, which lead to Urn
tkfKWfTr ''tij3trtTKJ.i mnupiioii mm insanity. With every VS order o cIto u wntleiiKiiap
itilaiilfAND AMiLblNU i:nte. to euro oi-refund the nmev. 'soi.l at 1.0 t'orbox. hoxoi
KiirMiilo byC. M. IIAllUlN KiiikUlht, 17 i'inn Aimiuii,
; Hew dl5rnTpr
iltlA KAN iKK to Curo
fr- JT."jl!S?iSfcoI ''"lnrT Kinln.loiir Iron any cue. If n.jileeled, inch trouhtu U-mi ..
,?zTlmu cn.iiinptioiiorlni.iy,l.iniwrl hy mail. K fm M. With .y-r ;v
iMoru ud lu-t lug. ldl.r w' 0 wrUl;.'n '., i cure ot tulund tlw money. Aieii .
l'tAL Ml lUClNIi CO.. CltiTehiml.Oblo.
Fornale by JOHN H. PHEIPS, Pharmaciat, cor. Wyoming Avenue and
Spvuce Street, Scranton, Pa.
Trom th X r. Tribune, Kov.t.U9$.
"Chicago, Oct 81.-Fha first offldalj
announcement of World'i Fair di
plomas on flonr has been made. A
medal bg been awardad by the
World's Fair judces to the flour manu
factured by tbe'Waaliburn, Crotbjr Co,
ln tbe great Washburn Flour Mills,
llinneajjolis. Tbe committee reporti
tbe flour gtrong and pur, and entitles
it to rank aa first-claw patent floor foe
family and bakers' uae."
ft B0LE8.4LK ACENT.4.
Taylor Jndgn & Co.. Gold Mdal; Athertof
dc Co., bupurlativj.
Dnryua Liuwrxuce Htore Co., Oo'd ModL
Momin Jolin McCriudle, Gold M !al.
i'ittaton-M. W. O'Boylo, Gold Mclal.
Ciui k's (Jrwti-Kraco & Parker, uprlatl7.
Uurk's Summit-F. M. Vouiik, Gold Modal.
I)alton-S. E. Finn & S..n, Gold Modal Brand.
Mrkulsun -J. E. Ilardinii.
vvawrly-M. w. Hllsn Jt Son, Gold Modal.
I ai toryvtllo-Ch.idus (iaidnor. Gold Modal.
Hnnliottoiu N. M. i'inn & So;i, Gold M-dat
TotiyliBiina-T.ityhBiiiii & Luai.-o Lumbjr
Co.. Gold Itoiial Brand.
Oouidsburo-S A. Adams, Gold Modal Brand,
Mowow Gaiifo & Cloinonts, Gold Medal.
Laka Ariel-Jumna A. Bortroe, Gold MedaL
KorustCity-J. L. Moruau t Co., Gold Modi
(PARLORS OPEN FP.OM 7 A.M. TO 11 P.H.
J. (SPECIAL ATTKXT1' 'N G1VK T1 BL'P
(PLYIKU FAMILIES Wllil ICE CUEAji.
R. R. SPIKES
Wagonmakers' and Blacksmithf'
-n '.. mirli k Wcnk MotiKiry, l.onsuf Hraln lViwor, liciulnche. WukoJulncin.
Lost MnnhotMi. Niulitly KmlUini, NcrvdUFiH'ws.nlUlrRtiiimnrt loimol power
liultMit'MitlvoitrK'nmn'f cltlHTM'X caused hynvprvxortton. youlli fill error.
fY(-i.iictMi(M of tniofcn. "pliitiiorlimnlnnts, which lt-inl lo lntlrmlty. l'n
run he curried In vest pocket. l perhoi,oiorj.
o 5 oriter we lve n wrUiun truuranlee to nr
trcnlnr free. Sold hy all lrii'lls. Ai-k rorit,
NKItVF. SH.IMU., Musonlo TcuipW, cuiiauw."
SANDERSON, Drggfjist, cor. WashlnfftoD
I DR. KOTTS
fc ran i o
IB.v;:lLBLrl.mv.vlagVwr,.W--J r liL.Vj
i Tliogrentrenieity fornoryoin nnwtmtlun nnd alliicroiindhie.i8c of
' .1 .. 1 ....!., ' . , liMiylrnllin l.nlla
Will brum ynn nnln week. Pti Willi TritlTTTN
heryou. Delility, ofHexnal Fowur in eillwi it-s.