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THE C17AKTON TKIK'UKE 1 UJSSDAY MUIUNIJNfcr. JULY 17, 1S!)4.
CYCLING ON THE WATER.
A Tlirco Wlirclrd Miielihio I'or Locomotion
nml I'lensnre at 8ra.
Tlio trloyolo to rlilo on wntrr wns tho
D:itur:tl oiileomo of the trioyolo for roiul
ridliifr, which iniu'lilno Hindu a ntronpt bid
tor jiuliliu fuvur In Knjrlinnl when tho bi
tyclo ciimo Into ponovnl uso in ISTii. Tlio
Ml her vumliiTftmii) thivp whirled 11m
tUino, luiwrviT, had to i;ivo way to tlio bl
pyrlc, and it in today practically out of
Sate, so far us road traveling is concerned,
Although there has been quite a K)lur(jo
nuulewilh it on the water as a means of
locomotion and pleasure. For this purpose,
It has many points in its favor where u bl-
LAND AND WAT till TtltCYCLK.
ryclo would lwive lKiiie unless linked to a
ruinboi'si'iiie system of bout. One of tho
bitest noveltiriin this direct ion Is tho land
nml water irieyele of Mr. (ieorgo l'inhert
'J'lie niacldno consists of a front steering
Wheel, wldcli is made of thin steel plates
uud is lii inc hes wide at. the axle, forming
ti lens shaped, airt!,:ht vessel of great
buoyancy. The edge of this is lit ted with
a concave metal rim and a rubber tiro for
running on land, the keel, so to speak, be
Willing the tire. The two largo propelling
wheels are compi'd of a circular tube of
Bleel plate, foniiiirjaa airtight ring about
4 feet in diameter, connected with tin)
nave of the n tie by means of steel pokes
mid lilted with paddles on either side of
tin) outer circumference. It is like tiio
paddlo wheel of a steainlxiat, having a
Folid coro running through tho center of
tlio wheel, to which tho paddles are at
tached, instead of to the two side rims as
in the steamboat. Outside, of the airtight
core, and attached to it by steel rods, is an
ordinary concave metal bieyclo vim fitted
witli a hunt rubber tin-.
In all other respects tlio tiicyelo Is an
ordinary one, having the seat over tho
nxle, between the two wheels, which aro
rather wide apart for the purpose of giv
ing more stid.iiily by tho greater beam.
At ti recent trial In l!iu Munich baths tho
speed of over six miles un hour was ob
tained. As far back as lssj a man named K'unan
of Hrusscls invented a machine which was
Well tested ill tho smooth water of a bath,
nml was, on tlieL'siliof July, ridden across
tho Knglish channel by an Englishman
unfiled Terry. Dover was left at '.) a. m.,
and Calais v;s reached in less than eight
hours, tho rider being almost exhausted by
tho leeway made by his machine. Tho
total distance traveled by Terry was esti
mated to be nearly 3U miles. Tho machine
l.o redo was a high standing one, tho
wheels being 50 Inch, this being before tho
tiay of tho low whirled ''safety, " and so
tlio wind bad a considerablo effect on It
find carried tlio vider far out of bis course.
Tho New York Sun, authority for the fore
H ing, says that I'nelo Sam has not Ween
behindhand in the matter of water tricy
cles, and no less than 10 of various de
signs have been patented and tried with
inoro or less success in America. Somo
aro for smooth water and somo for rough
water at sea, the latter being litted with
bonis on the catamaran stylo.
Ifmv to Mlllto a Cellar Waterproof,
To construct a cellar so as to be water
proof a writer in nn exchange advises that
tho flur Ixt first covered with cement, tho
wails built thereon laid in cement and tho
exterior of tho walls covered with cement.
Tills makes practically a water tight ba
sin. Tlio cement used must bo the best
Portland cement, one part; clean sharp
sand, one part. After a cellar is built it
is not so easy to make it waterproof.
ftiU it can bo done. Cover tho exterior of
tho wall with tiie above cement, ditto tho
bottom, nml work tho cement in under tho
bottom of the wall. It these directions aro
followed, you will succeed. Hut if Cheap
materials aro used and tho work badly dono
you will bo sure to fail. Tlio drain put
around tho outside of tlio wall, or oven in
side, below tho cellar floor, may bo efficient
in carrying oil the water if you can give it
i good dolivery.
The Weight of tiie Urnln.
Tho average weight of tho brain of an
adult malo Is throe pounds eight ounces, of
a fomalo is two pounds four ounces. Tho
nerves aro all connected with it directly or
by th spinal marrow. These nerves, with
their "branches and minute ramifications,
probably exceed 10,000,000 lu number.
l'opulitr Seionco News.
A White. Itabnon,
A white baboon has recently arrived in
England and is located at Iledford. His
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lA'KI.WjU I crn,....! nflM. tlm
MtX I ,i i .
uxpciiui ii u ru oi
niiieli tiino and
savage ami resi,
Iops nature, but at
lust, under tho
cf a bottlo of
milk, a negativo
full grown mulo
between three and
B.11 Ti.fcJfc.4h f -:i H I'
four feet high, was
1HK WHITE BAHOON EN
captured from his
JOYING 11 IS jilll.K.
mother After an
cwlfing chnso by somo Trek J loom in tho
Murehisa range, district of Johannesberg,
Sou'h Africa, souiii two years ago, and
after being reared in that country has
been brought to lingbind by his present
owner. During tho voyago ho suffored
severely from seasickness, bitt sineo his
rirrival he has (piito regained his activity
find health. His skin and hair aro per
fectly whito, and it is claimed that hols
the only white baboon of which there is
any authentic record.
THE PAINLESS FOOT.
Without Whleli i no Can Ilfi Nidtlier Truly
Ikullliy Isor linppy.
Too many of us know full well what it
Is to Buffer with feet that ache, burn and
in other ways refuso to pleasantly perform
Ilia tasks nssigned them. .Standing much
lipon the foot causes (hem to swell, walk
l.ig heats thorn, and both troubles aro ex
liauilivo when mm lieved.
One sliould bo uuawaro that ono lins
feet. No ono can accomplish tho day's
duties and pleasures In asatisfuctory man
lier when conscious that tlio feet aro not
thoroughly in order for service Tlio follow
ing recommendations from Golden Days
contain valuable aids to securing that per
fect condition which is necessary to health
Two or three hot foot baths a week and
little noiTieurlnK will kIvo great ease and
iinifiii'L Tired feet find a warm salt bath
almost ns restful ns an hour's lay oil.
Take a little wooden tub every bathroom
should have one fill it with warm water,
drop in a cupful of sea or common table
Kilt; paddle around in this impromptu
shore bath for a time, dry tiio feet on a
towel that will produce friction, then slip
your 10 toes into a f;sli pair of stockings,
and if before jour bath you havo lieen
ready to "drop" you wllL feel almost
"mudo over," as it were, after this opera
tion. A tonic very much in favor with women
who aro obliged to stand a great ileal is
tlio spirit bath. Alcohol and neutral spirits
aro both lino. 1'our into palms and nil)
feet vigorously. Professional dancers,
men who aro noted pedestrians and . aero
bats, keep in goodcomlitioi'y usingspirit
baths. ISathing the feet l.fr-'.iloiiliol, alter
one has been exposed to cold and damp,
will i 'en prevent serious colds.
As hot water causes the feet to swell, it
is well after a hot bath tomb them and
then iiso slippers while exercising. This
will save one from an unpleasant tightness
that wearing a snug lilting shoo altera
bath is bound to emphasize. Many women
find instant relief from fatigue by simply
plunging tlio feet into very cold water.
Alum and water, it is said, will take out
tho painful sensation caused by overfa
tigue. Tlio old fashioned foot bath of mustard
and water, many mothers believe, will
sidetrack a fever, cure a genuine nervous
headache and produce sleep.
ROSE HUED REFLECTIONS.
Light From IVxtlvo Scenes Strained
Tiiroi!;li 1'inU Shades.
Decorators and furnishers, persons who
give entertainments and persons who go
to them, have all como to the conclusion
that tho light shed upon festive scenes
must bo strained through pink shades in
order to b.i becoming as well as cheerful,
liluo is out of the ((nestum, green is too
melancholy, red too demoniacal, yellow
too trying lot lie complexion and while too
cold. Pink is Ike one and only tint uni
versally suitable, and the desired rosy ting )
is obtained by means of numerous little
devices not iteees.-nrily expensive. It is
not needful to discard white and crystal
globes and replace them by others made
of pink gbs, for an equally good effect is
obtained with -shades c.-nsirm led out of
pink cambria or sil!;. Fur electric liglns
a leaf shaped shield of rovcl ired paper is
provided, which fa!!.-! in front of the light
and mellows its rays to the right, degree.
A woman wlio has evercarvied n pink par
asol knows what, power lies in light so lil
U rod to brijjhlea and tran liguw tlio com-
-i .r .Mi v
plosion, so slio will at m:?o apprecialc !
deliglilfulnc'S of a ballroom t'nus illuioi
nated. Hut why should such a charming
effect be left entirely to public ftuictiotis?
Pink Is a pretty color for other tilings
besides cheeks, however. 1 1 cannot, he worn
by a Ka! low person or one with a rough
skin, but its various tones are liccimint?
to many different, types of women if tiio
shade be carefully sclectr d with regard to
tlio Individual characteristics. A sketch
is given of a costume of rose colored ta'Te
ta and ctvpon. Tho llrst skirt is of accor
dion plaited taffeta; the second, of embroid
ered crepon slightly dmped on tho left side
underachoux. The bodice, belt and hasiua
are of crepon, while the sleeves and bolero
ore of taffeta. Juduj Choi.lix
With tb Safett llorne nml Curt T!;.lt ::'cr
Came Out of Any Mnldr.
Oh, they a-mariirtii'.g would go
All on a liuintiii'r's day.
"It i: the linest game we know,"
Quolli ltcn mid CoiLsia Mr.y.
Tliiy liarucss una kitchen chair
Fust to a nursery table,
Tho safest l.orso nail cart that e'er
C.'uni! out uf any statilu.
Slay holds her littlo baskrt tight,
nd lakes her seat by 11, n's.
Two eg's inii'.e, on,) brown, old white,
Weru laid by her own hcaa.
8non at tlio nearest mnrket stall
Hho'll sell her eitgs today,
f lie town lietMinst llic Kurdeu wall,
Kut half a mile away.
Ten orarks his wlilp; avvny thry ro
An fn;.t as chnirs can runt
i'liey niiist to homo iik'ain, you know,
lly dinner time, at one.
Oh, it's fino to go n-niarkc tlng
When tho days aro lenr; nml fair,
And a table cart is tlio very Jiing
When your iiorso Is a kilci"?!! chair.
TIIEItR IS HArVGEJM
for tiie young girl just entering womanhood.
Una is especially sensitive, and many nerv
ous troubles, which continue through lifo,
have their origin at this period. If there he
pain, headache, and nervous disturbances, or
irregularity of monthly functions Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription should bo judiciously
In catarrhal inflammation, in chronic dis
orders and diseases common to women
OK TUB SJOXKV IM IT.r.1 1 It.VF.O.
Mipi Mamie flmiK, of
Ecctrft, Ualfonl Co.,
l'mnn., writes: "When
I was fourteen years
old 1 took a tmii eold
and there resulted in
ternal troubles. 1 whs
a great sufferer for
four rears. 1 had tried
two Physicians but
neither gnvo m nny
relief. Alter taking
?l)r. Pierci'a Fnvi.ritn
'"'Prescriiition 1 eun't
say enougn tor it. it
cured me so I lmve no
nmix" pnins. I nm now
muutcvu J tail of ujfc,"
HINDOO KING ON BOARD
THE VESSEL STOPPED THREE HOURS
THAT HE MIGHT PRAY.
Mrs. David Kor Talks with a Knyal rer
Bonugo fr:m Imlbi Siiiiirtliliig; Abuut
ft Savage's Jewels nml IT in Large Es
cort Ilia Treutmont uf Aincilciuis.
There was great stir and excitement
among the passengers of thu steamship
llowa when we heard at 'Madras that his
highness, tho inalmrajal. (great king) of
Yinianngram was coining on board our
steamer with sixty attendants, bound for
V.'e were also told that his highness had
paid several thousand rupees to the steam
Bhip company to have the si earner stopped
for three hours the first night, on which
there was to be au eclipse of the moon,
this being an event of very great import
ance lo Hindoos, who celebrate it with
ninny ancient ami curious ceremonies.
Now tho Maharajah of Vizianagram Is
one of the richest and most important of
tho native princes of India, so we were all
delighted at f;ho prospect of seeing him,
and crowded round the gangway all tho
morning, neglecting for once the luxurious
Anglo-Indian deck sofas, and even lunch
eon itself, so anxious were wo to catch the
first glimpse of the famous mnharajah.
Hut like all eastern magnates, he evi
dent ly liked style, for it was long after tlio
appointed time that the guns wero at last
lired from tho fort announcing his depart
ure from .Madras, ami the royal boats were,
seen coming from the shore.
ItoYAI.ry on ITS TIIAVKI.S.
We were not disappointed, for when the
mahunjah himself stepped on deck we all
thought we had never seen such a bund
some man. .
He is tall and very finely built, and lino j
n mo.it princely bearing, ilis skin, much'
lighter than that id t he ordinary native, is
soft and line, and his features are hand
some and regular. His magnificent black
eyes and thick mustache complete the
Iviuty of his pi'i'son. His highness wore
loose drawer.i of line Indian muslin, and n
vest, tunic and scarf of Hid same soft and
pretty material. On his head ho wore a
silver cap, and had beads around the neck.
Tiie nUiMidanfs were dressed in all sorts
of gay colored costumev, and many of
them were very handsome, jewels, and
seemed to he very important personages.
Our captain was of course at tho gang
way to receive tho maliaraj.Ui, and to in
troduce the lirsl class passengers to him.
His high ue.-s shook hands with us all, and
was most gracious and pleasant. The cap
tain then showed him into the cabins pre
pared for his use, and we saw him no more
"Well, I've been to sea near forty years, :
but I've never seen such goings on ns this,"
said nn old quartermaster with whom wo
often had a yarn, "this 'ere ship's got to
stop three moital hours tonight just to let
a nigger king say what he calls his prayers.
He's a-goiug to draw up water with a !
bucket witn Ins own hands, and pour over
hisself, null he's to chuck three bags oi
gold and three of silver into the sea to
please the gods or sonic sich nonsense. I
only wish 1 was a shark to gobble it up,
that I do!"
Sure enough, at midnight wo woro
awakened by the engines suddenly stop
ping, but as no one but tho inahurajah
anil his attendants were allowed on deck
we never got to know exactly what tho
TALKING WITH A KlN'o!
We heard next morning that a steamer
of another line passed us in tho night, and
thinking we weru in a disabled condition,
eignalcil to us to ask whet her she should
take us in tow.
The following evening we had a concert
on deck, and tho maharajah was among
the audietice. After it was over lie came
up to me and paid mo several kind compli
ments on my singing, mid then we had a
talk about, music, mid ho told me that his
native singing was quite on a different
principle from ours. He said tlio sound
was prodnciil entirely hy the throat, and
nose, and upon my expressing a wish to
hoar it, lie immediately sent for his first
singer, who, although in lied and asleep
when the message came, appeared on deck
in a few minutes,
The poor man squatted down before us,
and began singing away to order. The
performance consisted of trills and shakes
wonderfully well executed, but as there
was no tune it soon became very monoto
nous. Knowing t hat eastern concerts go on
for hours and even days together, after ex
pressing my admiration, 1 suggested to
tho maharajah that the singer looked very
tired, and asked if lie might tint be allowed
logo tolled again, and his hi'-ness cour
A day or two after this, ono :f t he lady
passengers persuaded the maharajah's
jewel keeper to show ns his highness'
jewelry, and wo all crowded into tiie deck
saloon to see the display. Wo were shown
several diamonds in rings and bracelets
which were larger than a quarter, and one
or two emeralds ("specially one in a gor
geous bracelet, which hud belonged to thu
Emperor Aurung.ehe) were, I nm sure,
nearly as big as a half dollar. There were
ever so many necklaces niado of sapphires
and emeralds and rubies strung together,
and many more of enormous pearls; anil
these, 1 think, were tho most beautiful of
Tiio jewel keeper told us tlit these were
only a few of the maharajah's ornaments,
which lie took with him when traveling,
mid wo heard afterward that at a ball
given at (iovernmoiit llouso his dress,
which wasabhiz.0 wit Ii diamonds, was the
topic of conversation In society at Calcutta
Toward the end of the nine days' voyago
ho began lo look very weak and ill, and we
were told that ho was forbidden by his re
ligion to eat any cooko;l food while at sea
so he i:te nothing but dried figs and herbs
thu whole voyage.
Jiefore we parted tho maharajah hogget',
us to let him know when we should retun.
to Calcutta, for we were en route just then
for Hannah. And w hen we did come buck
he entertained us most ho-qiitabl) and
begged ns when wo returned to India to
visit his palace at Viziunagram. Mrs
David Ker iu New York Kpoch.
Two or thtvodrnps of spirits of camphor
on a lump of sugar will often quiet the
paroxysms i. f cough In sleeping children,
por tills and Its value ns an external ap
plication fu bruises, sprains, 'muscular
soreness, etc., a fair slued bottlo should
ulwuys bo on hand.
STothom! Motlnral! Mothnrsll!
Sirs, Window's Soothing Syrup has bien
used for over fifty years by millions or
mothers for their children while teothiinf,
with perfect success. It soothes tile child,
softens the gums, allays all pniti; cures
wind colic, mid is the best remedy for dl
nriliaiB. f-'old by dtngKisls in every part
of the world, lie sure uud nslc for "Mrs,
WIukIow'b toothing Syrup," and take no
no other kind. Tweuty-livo coats a hot
tie. Dn. Wood's Norway Pino Pyrnp was
used for yours us a prescription by a suc
cessful pliysiclnn. It is in all respects the
best cough niodioido mado today, tolu by
all dealers ou a guatanteeot batibfaction.
When Baby wan r.tol:, wo cave her Castorffc
When slio was a Child, she crlcil f it Castorl.
When she nocamo Jtlss, she citing to Cnstorla,
When sho hail Children, she gave t'.iCJ a Custwkv
Hnvlns suffored from DyJ
pepsin lor tliroe yirs. I til
cided to try BrnuocK Blood
BiTTBits. uud after usinir on
bottl" I fomul mysolf so mm h
butter that 1 was eiicoiirnfoil
tonso another; after taklnij
this I Ami myself so full y rm
stoma that Ido not miod any
roiriiH'di"!ii. fecllug truly
grateful to II. B. U.
Mas. ii. Whitb,
Taburg.Dii 'iil'i Co , Jf.T
Dr. 13. Grewer
The riiilailelplib PpeelnVst.nnil his nHSoclnteJ
Btnlfof Knglish and German plivsicians,
are now permanently located at
an si'iutk sr., sritwroN.
Tlio dortor is a rrrnilnntn of tho University of
ri'iinsylvaiiia.lnrniorlv ilomotmtraf.ir of phvoi
clucy nail hmi l-itv at "tho Jicdico-Cliirnridcnl
ColK-o f philnd" Inhla. A specialty of
J' limine, I.'orvous, Skin, Heart, Womb and
DISEASES -OF TUB FERVODS SYSTEM
The symptoms nf which aro tlizzincsa, la"k of
oonllili nco, si'xunl weakness in moil mid wo
man. In 11 risiiiK in tlm thrnii t, si'ols floating
belere ilio i yes, lussnf memory, mml lo to con
ceiitrr.to tho mind i n ono subject, e:isilv
startled when suddenly spoken to, and dull,
uistrcsscil iniml, whic h unfits thoui fur per
forming thu actual duties f life, lnukiiii; hap
piness iiupissililo: diitreisieg tho action of
the heart, omviimr flush of heat, depression of
ppirits, evil l'orebiHliins, eowarilieo, f.mr,
dreams, melnaciioly, tire easy of company,
feeling as tired in tho moruint! as when retir
ing, luck of encru'v, nervues less, tromblimj,
contimion of tlnmnlit, di .pi o:-sie!i. const ijint ion.
woaltneiis of tlio liinhs, etc. Hum t-o nlf. ct. d
sle iild enmuit ns immediately and bo roi, lur
ed to perfect he.ilth.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
Weakness of Young Mcu Cured.
If yim h:'.ve lioi-n given up by vonr physician
cull u; on tho doclor ntnl 1"! examined, llo
cures i hi' wirst can's i.f N'ervnus Dit'ility.Scro
fu'a.CUl S. ivs,i 'iitiirrlil'iie.s.I-'.'iiiuln V'e.i,;uo.,j,
Ali'eotions ol tlw Lye. Kar, Noso and Throiit,
Ahthuia, Deiilin ss, Tumors. Cancers and Crip
ples of every description.
Consultations free and strictly unorod and
conlldi .'lit.ial. dllice hours daily from U a. in,
to 'J p. iu. .Suuday U to 'i.
, T" " 'Z:'" : ": ite"',
l; . -P. ?v?- ThO',. FtKI.NVO'J, C' v ti
Is nil Improvement in Soap.
In the Trolley Soap okl methods
mid materials are stipcrscdeil by new
oiks. The Trolhy iioap leaves the
clothes sweet and clean and lasts longer
than oilier soaps,
Ask Your Grocer for It.
If lie docs not keep it send us order for
2C BARS FOR TRIAL FOR $1.00,
or for a Hox 100 cakes 75 pounds .(.50.
Jojleph p.Thoma? Elinki,
227 Chestnut Street, Hiila.
Coal or tlm tvt quality for domestic tins, and
ef nil bIzoh. dclivorod iu 1U17 purt uf tka cltj
Ordors lull at my offlca,
t. 118, WVUMINO AVKKCR,
Hear room, flnl floor, Third National Bank,
or Bent by mail or tdonhous to tlio iuiud, will
rccelvo liromiit attention.
hnceial ountrneta v.ill bn made tor the salt
and delivery oi l;uck wheat CouL
mi. T. SMITH.
Maloney Oil and Manufac
Have removed their office to their
TELErnONB NUMBER, 8031 1
DEXTER RlJOri CO,, Inc'n. CspHnl, Ql, 000,000.
BKbT H.ni) KliOK IN TllK WOial),
"A dallnr Mrrd l a dollar tarnrd." y
Thl.T-Billen1 Slill,l I reiuh DnimolilKidltut
ton iloot delivered free tuiynhnre In the U.S., on
reeelptoi ivlin, money wruur,
or l'ontnl Koto for Jl.fiO.
ICqunl. evory wily tho booU
.old In nil retull itore. for
t-.M, Wn lunke till, bout
ouriclvM, thoreforo we guar
oiiliif the, itifle and vrnr,
anil If nny ono is not sallillod
we will re-fund thu Money
Too or loninion tipime,
wldthi V, J 1. 15, St KK,
elzca 1 to 8 and unit
uis 7.1!.. rtna iour Mae:
Dexter -Shoe Co., BOSTON. MAS!
Special Imnt to Htnltr:
5TV BUY DIRECT AND RAVE DEALER'S
A'""-. !9 A"0 AGENT'S PROFITS. .
t 'V-iVf ' '.ifVitlmYO-.irOllord Hnnllicycle.nilt-.j...c:j-
,,), for either '. limileuf liiwtinii
.i!' Wrlnt. mmnii, sulwtauttill. Recunileiy
R,tjn--U'il nnil inlly wurrnuti'il. Wrlio tu-ilivy fur out
lni'Kt) cnniilelc i-.itilerue ct' liirvr.teii, iiarlR, reimirs, vlG
tnx. oxtxmi) jvii-'o. 00.
1)33 WulnbU Avuuua. - CU1CAUO, Hi.
ITannfftctnrors of tbo Cclebratei
100,000 Bbls. Per Annum,
UINING, ELABTINQ AND BrOP.TINO
Manufnctarrcl t tho Wapwallopn Mills, lu-z-'i
im eonnty P.i., anil nt Wil
HENRY BE LIN, Jr,
General ARcnt for tho Wyoming District,
118 Wyoming Ave., Scranton Pa
Ililrd Nutlonal Eiinli Bulldlna.
TITnf?. FOKl), I'ittstnti, Ta.
JdllN n SJUTli & SOX; Plymouth. Pa.
E. W. ML'IJJCAN, W.lkcu-Hurrn, I'D.
AiT'iits for tho l'.epauuo Chomioal Coin
tany'e lliub Exploitive.
Atlantic Refining Co.
Mannfncturors and Dealora In'.
nintiinating and LnMcaiiog
Linsoetl Oil, N!tpthai nivl Gmo
line.? of till grades. Axle Grcaso,
Pinion Grease and Colliery Com
jiotind ; nlso, a lnrjo liuo of 1'ur
rnOiao Wax Candle
Wo ftlsn linivllotho Famous CROWS
ACME OIL, the only fntuily safety
burning oil in tlio market.
V.'iLLlAiil MASON, Manage.
OfTieo: Ceil KxchanRo, Wyoming At
orki ut I'ino bruot
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates fcr '
Farms, Lawns and
Eooms 1 and 2 Commonwsalth Bli'a
MINING and BLASTING
llado t tho MOOS1C nnd IIUSII
Lafllln & Eana Towiler Co.'s
ORANGE GUN F0WDE3
Electrlo Bntterlsn, Fiisot for explod
ing blasts, f ufety Fuse and
GepaunoChemical Co.'sIIiglt Explosive
Jtemovoil FrMklM, Pimplm
Liver Molo Kluskhcadu,
Bunhurn and Ten, nil ro
etorts tlio elilu to lis orlirl-
n&l frcilmoiin, Tnaucini Jrai-.jkiS'-,
clear and lioiiltliy com- Biff yft Vj'J '
MOOSIC POWDER CO
DIH. HEBRV3 .
iireimm'tioim nnd jierfeotly TiBrmlrpfl. At all
iltugglsts, or miiUod ior SOvu. bcud lor Circular.
VIOLA SKIN 80AP ta Inampnm
Ikln l.i.rlUliiK hmip, unwinnlfil Ut Uin trllrt, Will IUIOilt
rttal lor tlio niimrjr. Almilui. Iv pure and HilV nwll
ruled. Al ilro.!lts f"rloo25Cenii.
G. C. BITTNEr1iCQ.,T0l.lD0,0.
For unto by Multliow Ilroa, anil John
SUPERLATIVE AilD (SOLD MEDAL
Tiie nbovo brands of flour can be had at any of the following merchants,
who will accept Ihr Tribune Ft.ouit cowon of 25 on each on hundred pounds
of flour or 60 ou each barrel of Hour
tcr:.nt,n-P. r. Pr'oa Wauhlnutoa aronui I
Gold Me.lal linind.
Dunniore 1'. P. 1'rii-n Gold MeHal BrRn J.
lumnioro R D. iluuluy. .SuporLitivo Kranl.
Hyilo t'ni'k CiTFini & Davis, Vavhliurn Ht.
Oold MiMlal Hrnml; J miili A. Jloara.Main
uvunue, Siiinrlai.;vo llriinj. .
Crceo lli.U'tf-A.Iv.Sj mcnr.UolJ JltdalErand.
J. 'I'. Jll H.llo, t-ulliiTllltiVO.
1'iorliU :ii'.o I'oMior & Clmip1l. N Main avo
nne, Buporlativn lir.nid;i .1. Ullluipi.), W.
Mark). Htroot, Hold Moilil Brand.
Olyiihiibt Jaiiicn .Inrdan. Snporlntivo HranJ.
IVokville SUn tlr It KilaT tr m'M-l)itiv.
Jontiyn -(.', l). Vfiifm tt Co. tSupora atlvo
Arrbiialil Joiii-m, 8 mp.un Co.. Hold Mulil.
fnr'oonilhlo II. ii. I'lirk, Hold Jlodal lirand.
llifiict lain- I. -V. Fiwtor ii Co. Uold Modal.
Uiuooka M. II. Lavullo
LOUIS B. SMITH-
Deals? in Choice Confections and Fruits.
BREAD AITD CAKES A SPECIALTY.
FIHSST ICE CREAM
1437 Capouso Avenue.
Kli.K K DIA3IOXD
WILEY & RUSSELL AND WELLS BROS,
Wholesulo and retail doalors' in WagODraabera1 and Blacksmithi'
That we will GIVE you bsautiful new pat
terns of Sterling SILVER SPOONS and
FORKS for an equal weisht.ounco for ounce,
cf your silver dollars. All elegantly en
graved free. A large variety of new pat
terns to select from at
:I7 LAChAWAXNl AVKXDSi
"No star was ever lost wo onco have seen,
Vre always may bo what we might have been,"
. A HAPPY PATRON OP
TBE illMlS LUMBER 81
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
'Wx-s A ' .'.Viiini'tlonorliriiiiiltT. t'nnbocnrrlnlln vnstiwckeU 1 pnr box. J0''
MiiVVmiill r'll-l. VMhiiWr.oiMorWoilvrx.;lli'iBiii.rantcrt
liElURtANDflFTtHUSIG.iiooil'i-- AililrosnMEKVK MKKIM-o., WbsouIo Touiile. cuicauo.uj.
E'or Sale in Scranton, Pa., by II. C. SANDERSON, Drugpist, ct"?. Waahin&toD
llirl Snruuo ttrectH.
th,i vtn tcni fir
Till' eumi'tton una
lilii OllU AMU Al Tlilt
ForSulfl byO. M. If AH Hi s, iMuu'L'int,
ftem Ni-w rtlnrotcrj.
.... A lAN.Ih In lira
i diu -tLmu cni,uni.liin or ihi
. 0- ,ir,. tiv ti
1'eal Miam iNB
For sale by JOHN H. PHELPS,
Spvuse Street, Scranton, Pa.
From tin K T. Tribvne, Kov.i,U)X
"CniCAGO, Oct 81. Fh first ofloUT
tnnonncenscnt of World'i Fair di
plomas on floar bas been made. A
dedal baa been awarded by the
World's Fair judges to the flonr mnnti
factured by the Washburn, Crosby Co,
in tbe groat Washburn Floor Mills,
Minneapolis. The committee reports
the flonr Etrong and pure, and entitles
it to rank' as first-class patent floor for
family and bakers' nse."
Taylor-Jm1(?o & Co., Gold Medal; Athorto?
Huryou Lawruui-'u Store Co.. Oold Modal
MOOMO-John McTriudle, Gold Medal.
I'itteton-M. W. O'lioylo, Oold Mi'dsL
C urk'a Qreon Frann & Parker, Suporlatii-a.
Uiirk'a t-ummit-F. M. Younar, Gold Medal.
lialtoii-S. E. Finn Son, Uold Medal Brand.
Isii li ilw.n-J. E. Hardin.
VavtrlyM. Vv. Wish Son, Gold Modal
l artoryvllle-Charlos Gardner, Oold SI.idaL
lliiilottoiu-N. M. Finn & Sou, Gold Mi'dal.
1obylianna-T..hyliaiin! ft LcnUh Lumber
to.. Gold Medal lirand.
flouidalHiro-H A. Adams, Gold Mo-lal Braad,
Moscow Guiije At Clmimts, Gold Modal.
Lake Arl-l JamoB A. Bortree, Gold Medal
l oroatUty-J. L. Morgan & Co., Gold Muds
l PARLORS OPEN FROM 7 A.M. TO U P.Jt
SPECIAL ATTKNTIi N GIVEN TO SL'P
(PLYlNii FAMILIES WITU ICE CUE AM.
R. R. SPIKES
Willi ai...iipCi.l hmiiwI BURN
.ilrrd In tun nil m-rloil. ilo
pnaci. nieli imWrHk Memory, Loss of Urnin l'owor, Hi'inliicho, ukutulnoi'B,
Lost Mnnhooil. Nlrhtly Kinl..ilon, Hei viniii.i.iill.1vlniiBiil loss oi mor
liiiU'iH'riiitvi'iirsiiiiiof clilH'rmixoaiiM'it liyovi'ronirilo.ymliiiilorror,
.r,..ir.,,i f iKlmmin. i.nliimnrstliuuliiiitn. which Unit to lnllruiltr, t""
RESTORED 11 M
9 DR. MOTH
mi i o.
for nervous primtrntlon nml nlliiprvoiisdlsoasc of
iirf?iLiifl fit'lt.tior mv. sni'h n Nnrvntm I'tDPtratlrtl. Kali-
'?v: iPnor LnctniftuluHrtl, Imputnry.Mi:lilly I:iultUiiiK. Youthful Krnn-g,
VMi Montul Wtirry.oxct'sivo nw vi Tobacco or 0lmi.,vli!en lcml to Ton
Insumiy. Vitu evory 5ttorm,',woKivoiwniun(iuar
nun'i'ir niivm nuimu im iiiiuii'y. rum ni. o i . v i"-i winui;i
lortfi.OV. lilt. JUO'lX'MCUtlUlCAl-C'J.iClovcluua.Ohlo.
17 i'emi Avuiiue
Will brut jon npln poia with WRITTr.1
H.rtnni I. ,. hi. l.nunlHHIUl l'ntl.r ID at.u,H..r
itjr, ll.mi jt l hjmml.fiboiniforfcv Wlih c. r-
itiun uti.iiiiiit in cure ur reiuuu iuu woDuy. auui
Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming Avenue and