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THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1894.
la the opinion of the Philadelphia
Stockholder "no coal combination oan
b formed, and be successful, unit it
looludea the Reading, the Lehigh Val
ley and other prominent iiteiests. It
could not bo successful evon if every
anthracite coal producing company in
PennsyWaaia should combine gainst
the Reading. The latter is a too pow
erful factor in the trade to be ignored.
It can, without assistance, flood the
market to the extent that prices would
be a eeeondary consideration.
Of course, (it tonld not live i through
inch a war, bat neither could other
companies, It would drive them all
to the wall, and it is safe to presume
that the interests which control these
properties are not likely to have such
disaser occor at this or any other
time." If the Pennsylvania Railroad
company would listen to reason and do
ita ahara toward observing restrictive
requirements, there would bo little or
no question of the nttitude of the other
carrying companies. It our Philadel
phia contemporary be sincere in its
solicitude for the welfare of the an
thracite interests it will not overlook
the stubborn and hurtful policy of
t The Jersey Central is fast ascending
into the ranks of the leading currying
corporations of the state. On Tuesday,
says the Hazloton Standard, they
placed an order with the American
Manufacturing company for 3,000
thirty-ton gondolas, equipped with tlio
Janny couplor. This aBt number
will be equal to 10,500 small "jim
mies," and will have a total capaoity
of 105.000 tons of coal, The new gon
dolas will be of greater width and
lenjcth than the twenty-live tonnors
now generally used. With the intro
duction of the new and improved gon
dolas the days of the coal hoppers
are at an end. As fast as tbey are
taken to the shop, if it is thought that
the expense to repair them will be very
great, they are burned up for the iron
tbey contain. The companies in gen
eral are anxious to abandon their use,
because tbey are not fitted to be
cnnpled and braeed in between gon
dolas. They are so light that the dan
ger of them jumping the track is a
constant dread to train men, aud it
will only be a few years until they are
C. C Waite, president and general
manager of the Columbus and Hocking
Valley road, says business on the Co
lumbus ana Hocking Valley road has
been very satisfactory the last few
weeks, the coal movement over the
line, which is one of the chief features
of cosiness, having been very heavy.
What business would be in the next
few months Mr. Waite tbinks depends
largely on what tnrn business gener
ally may take. Stocks of coal are
light all over the country, and should
the manufacturers become busy it will
mean a heavy coal traffic through tbo
fall and winter.: This, of course, re
fers to bituminous coal.
A mathematician of the New York
Press has been doing some interesting
figuring, with this result: Editor
Saward, of the Coal Trade Review,
Bys that New York burns about 6,
000,000 tons of anthracite and bitu
minous coal every year, and bis au
thority is unquestioned by the trade.
He says fnrther that every ton of coal
contains, on an average, about one
cubic yard or twenty-seven cubio feet.
At that estimate a pile of coal big
enough to feed the thousands of fires
burned in the metropolis for one year
would contain 102,000.000 of cubic
feet. Possibly these figures fail to
carry any moaning, but some notion
of their magnitude will be (rained
when It is understood that 163,000,000
of cable feet would fill a bin 80 feet
wide, 40 feet deep and 50,625 feet long.
and that if the bin were Bet down in
Broadway it wonld roach northward
from the City halt the whole length
of tho street and along the Boule
vard away up to One hundred and
Sixty-seventh street In some parts of
the street there would be room for car
riages, trucks and foot passengers by
the side of the bin, but in other parts
- tne thoroughfare would be tilled from
building to building. This enormons
coal bin, emptied out and piled up on
Washington Squaro, would make a pile
Desute wbloh the hiliei tower even
would hide its diminutive head, and
the great Washington monument
would look like a moderate sizad Dost.
This square is 900 by 450 feet, as stated
above, and 6,000,000 tons of coal piled
upon its area would tower up rather
more than 1,200 feet into the air, so
high that the YAK A tower, which is a
shade under 1,000 feet, would need to
be raised nearly the boigbt of Trinity
church steeple (2'j9 feet) in order to
reach the top of the pile.
Minor Industrial Notes:
The Dry Fork railroad, rnunincr from
Wharton to Uondricks, W. Va., a distance
ol tmrty-nvo miles, will be opened Uct. 1,
Work on the Lattimer extension on the
THE OLD STANDBY
One dozen bottles of the genu
ine Johann IIolFs Halt Extract
gives as much strength and nour
ishmentas a cask of alo, without
being Intoxicating. It is highly
beneficial for use at meal time
for convalescents, weak children
and ladies, and as a general tonic
for the weak and debilitated.
Insist upon the genuine Johann
Jiofl's which must have the sig
nature of "Johann Ilbff" on the
neck label. Beware of imitations
Eisner & Jlendelson Co., Sole
Agents, New York.
electric road is considerably delayed owing
to the inability of tnecompany to secure
the prompt delivery of steel rails ordered.
The Readintr Fire Brick works resumed
operations Wednesday after having been
tuie lor several months. Large orders are
coming in, and trade prospects are bright
The old Lehiah Valley story that Gov
ernor Pattison will suoceod President
Wilbur is revived, with the addition that
Mr. McLeod will become general man
Part of the recant buvlna of New Eng-
laud is said to have been based on the fuct
that the company had given orders to in
crease its rolling stoctc, taken to indicate
tnat busines is improving.
The New Castle tin plate companies have
posted notices notifying their men of a re
daction of from SO to 25 per cent, in
wages. The managers say they cannot
pay the old wages under the new tariff
Samnel Tinner, who for a few years has
been assistant mine foreman at No. 2
Hlockton for Linderman. Skeer & Co., is
now employed as mine foreman for Van
wickle & Jo., at ttearwater, bcnuyiiiiu
Andrews & Ilitchcock, iron manufactur
ers of Sharon, Pa.,have begun tho erection
of an immense blast furnace at Hubbard,
O. The furnace when completed, will be
the largest in the Mahoning aud Shenango
The lartrer rjortion of the Duddline de
partment of the South Tenth street mill of
the Oliver Iron and Btoel company, at
Pittsburg, is idle through the discharge of
a larue number of rmddlers and helpers.
The only lnttu at work in the puddling de
partment are those who took the places oi
the paddlers who struck a short time ago.
Tbe Pennsylvania Railroad company has
i6sned on the Camden und Amboy division
for all deportments to resume work on
eight hours's time six days a week. For
tne paHt thirteen moutus the shipyards,
machine and car repairing straps have only
woruett oicnt nonrs a day nve uays eacu
weeir, while the trainmen hod only worked
A bite chance is nbont to be made at the
Central car shops at Pbillipsburg. During
the past year and more men nnd machin
ery have been removed from the works
to Hampton, . J. The shops formerly
employed 125 mechanics, while now only
abont sixty are employed. It bos been de
cided to move the eutire plant at Hampton
to Pbillipsburg, leaving only enough
men aud machinery at that place for nec
essary repair work.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Stocks and Bonds.
New York, Sept. 20 Tho Important
movements in the Stock market today
were tbe sharp size and activity in Chicago
Gas aud American Sugar. Chicago Gas
nas Been sold of lute on rumors tnut some
thing unfavorable was about to develop to
the property. The bears started off by
forcing Chicago Gas down to (!7c, but
their advantage was ebort-lived aud after
the drat hour tbey were compelled to act
ou the defensive tnrongfaout. Finally the
stock sold at 71 and closed at the top
notch, a gain of '& for the day. Sauar
declined to at the openiug, but the
punishment muted oat to the borne in Chi
cago Was alarmed the shorts in Sngar and
in the late trading there was some heavy
baying of stocks put out early in the week.
The price in consequence rose to97. The
railway lbtt, after a slight decline at the
opening, displayed more hrmnoss. The
market closed lirm with the active railway
stocks Yt to per cent on the day. Sngar
gained 14 and Chicago Gas 8 per cent.
Total sales were 180,473 shares.
Tne rauiro of vwtordav's nrirpg or the ac
tive stocks of thuNow York stock murk et aro
Kivou below. Tlio (uottioiis are furnished
TUB TiiIHL NK by U. du B. Ilhmiiick. manager
ot William Linn AilvuA Co., stock brokers,
4iii spruco urout, scranton.
Open- illgh- Low Clos.
ins. cot est. mi;.
Am. Cot. Oil 8416 !MU 34
Am Sueur. . !W 7ki V!Ai UT'G
A.T.&SJ.' 7M -7W Vx .'a
Can. bo. flVi tilVi raVi
Chespeako & Ohio... SW :U
UDlc. Uaa. H'S ii Hifci
cnic a n. w iuiKj iim4 wii j4'4
C B. Q. 7' KM IVi TIM
c. c. c & fit. L.. an 4m :a4 i
c. .M. oi. ram fc t cwi m'i
CUcatm,U. 1. &rac. W W'i Wi
D. & H i:m ire i:m i:w
D..L. &W lTlttf J:JU; 17IU 17
u.scu.r iu avi 11194 "Mi
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Lake Shore 1K KW WjW
L. & N SsiHt 7Hi &?4
M unhaUau. . . .
Miss. Pno W Silt. ?J
iv at. uoruago.... lovfc J014 . J iri
Nut Lead H in'i 4M
Now Jersey Cuut...li;t li:t lfJl l'-Wi
N. . Central lulW 1UU. Mltf JOlUfi
N.Y.&N.K- "Mii Jg
N. Y., L. E. A W
H. Y.. 8. VV 17 17V4 17 i:
N. Y., H. ii W.. nr.. 47 J7M iVM
North Pao 4$ VA 4 4?
North Pac. pr 11M4 V. 111)4
O. & W
Phil. RfiuiiuB aw ai -Mi
Rich. & W. P JUJ4 1H l'J 1V&
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Union Paclflo 1: VSH iM
wauasapr M'4 .14
CHICAGO HOARD OP TRADE PRICES.
Open- Iliprh- Low Clos
111L'. est. est. inu'.
Wav filW im r.914 m
Kept .. S!W saw f. nay
UBC .mm. u.jvi u;;4 ui'y uj
May n."U KIM 344 !M
8ept 2!J aJ K114
Dec .....iU IIU4 81i M
Mav r,w rsy. ,12 mv.
Sept &SM M liH W
Dec 61?J 61 61
Jon 7!5 m 787 TOO
Sept 875 HSU h75 W
Oct , .... ....
.Tun 1375 1387 3'.5 13U0
Nw York Producs Market.
New York. Sept. 20. Flour Dull,
neglected, rreeiy orrerea, weak.
Wheat Active, lower wirh options:No.
2 roo, store and elevator, SoKc: afloat.
50a57c; f. o. b., 57a58c; ungraded
reu, SJaaTc: JNo. 1 northern, cue.; op
tions declined al, selling down to 57'c.
or 7a16 below the previons low records:
closed steady at c bolow yesterday.
September, tc; uctober, oc; Docem
ber. CSc,: May, C35c.
corn Dull, eusior; No. 2, 02c.; elevator,
61au2a; afloat; options were dull and
J&alc. lower, closing steady; September,
(ilc; October. 6!c; November, 59ic,;
December, wyc ;' May, 56c
Oats Dull, easier; oDtioun dull, easier;
September, 83c; October, 34Xc.; Novem
ber, 35f;c: December, SGo.; May, 3ic. ;
No. 2, white, October, 87c.; spot prices,
No. 2, S3c; No. 2, white, 35o.; mixed
western, 8ia35e.; white do., S0a4Ujc.;
white state, toMUXc
Bekk Dull, nominal.
TiEiicKD bkkf Dull, steady.
Cut Meats Qnier, weak.
Lard Quiet, weak; western steam,
$9.20; city, 8)8c.: December, 8.5(;
(September, f9.2U, nominal; January, (3.35;
refined, quiet; continent, td.OO; South
America, tlO; compound, 7a7Jfc.
Pork Dull, steady.
Butter Moderate demand; steady for
fancy; state dairy, 14a23Jc.: do. creamery,
18n'!4a; Pennsylvania do., 18a24c; western
dairy, 13al7a; do, creamery, 15a24)o.; do.
factory, 12al0c.; elglns, 24c.; imita
tion creamery, 15al8c
Cheisb Quiet, irregular; state large,
8al0c; do. fancy, white, I0Jc.; do. col
ored, lOalOKc ; do. small, 8)al0c.; part
skims, 4nHHc; full skims, Satire.
Ecus Quiet, rather easy, state and
Pennsylvania, 18Kablc: ice houne, 14a
16c; western fresh, lG)18,Yo.; do., per
Philadelphia Tallow Karkat.
Philadelphia, Sept. W. Tallow is
steady, but the demand is light. We
qnotclty, prime in hogsheads, 4n4c.;
country, prime, in barrels, 4;'a4a; do.
dark, In barrels, 40.; cakes, 5c; grease,
4 . - I
Quinsy troubled me for-twentff years.
Since I started using Dr. Thomas Ecletrio
Oil have not had an attack. The Oil cures
sore throat at once. Mrs. Lett Conrad,
St.nnil Bh. Mich- Ont. 24. 'K.1
An Enemy of Tobacio.
"Oh, papa, see tho pretty humming
Tho object at which the child pointed
was poised above a big white flower on
rapidly agitating wings, robbing the blos
som of nectnr with Its long bonk.
'That is not a liummiritt bird, pet," fcnid
the gentleman who sat on the porch in the
gathering dusk of evening. "It is a horn
blower moth. Once upon it time it was a
big green caterpillar."
"A caterpillar, pupa?''
"Yes, dearie. The insect which looks so
like a humming bird, as you say, is an en
emy of my own, because it destroys to
bacco, l'erhaps 1 woulil not liavo una to
pay so much for this cigar I am smoking
if there were no such moths in existence."
"Hut the moth does not eat tobacco,
o, my ilear, but It lays eggs tnat
hatch out into caterpillars, nnd the cater
pillars feed on the tobacco leaves. There
ure plenty of them over ill Maryland and
Virginia, and the planters have to fight
them constantly. Tho moth deposits its
eggs on the leaves and the now born worms
eat holes throngh them, which render
them useless for making cigurs. 'U'hcn
they are full grown they. arc nlxiut threo
inches long. They aro bright green with
small red bends und aro very fat mid un
pleasant." 'What becomes ot them alter tuey get
'Oh, t bey keep on entmg as long as tncy
arc growing, gobbling tip whole leaves and
plants, and after sliedduig their skins a
few times they burrow into the ground
and stay there quite torpid for awhile.
Then tbey come out of the earth in the
shape of great moths, Rttth nstjje one you
fuw a moment ago. After that they do
notenroto feed upon tobacco leaves any
more, but they live on the juices ot flowers,
particularly on those of the hnnoysncklo
nnd a plant called tlio 'Jamestown weed.'
They extract tlie honey tiom tho blossoms
by means of a flexible tongue five or six
inches in length. When they are not feed
ing the tongue is coiled up like a watch
spring under the head. Pretty Foon they
lay their eggs on tbo tobacco leaves uuu
"lint what do they do to kill them?"
"A favorite way of the planters over in
Maryland is to pLmt the Jamestown weeds
in tho tobacco fields and put in each flower
a little block arsenic orrthpr poison. Then
tho moths come along, feed on tbo poisoned
honey of tbe blossoms and die. Men go
through tbe fields also and kill tbe cater
pillars by piuchiug off their heads. If such
measures were not taken the insects would
destroy the tobacco crops." Washington
"Mnklng Up" with a Prince.
The following story would seem incred
ible if my father hod not heard it from an
eyewitness. When Colonel Iennox, after
ward Duko of Richmond, culled out and
nearly shot tbo Duke of York, the indig
nation of the royal family and their friends
wuscxtreme. After a time, however, the
prince regent forgave tho audacious duel
ist und ijuite unexpectedly asked him to
dinner. A largo party was awaiting the
arrival of their royal host when, to their
amazement, Colonel Lennox wus an
nounced. Being received with silence nnd cold
looks he resolved to mark bis sens! of the
courtiers' disapproval. So be laid down
two chairs-side by side on t he floor and
leaped over them. Being a man of singu
lar uctivity, he repeated this little comedy
after laying a third chair over the first
and again after laying a fourth on the
second and ngain after laying a fifth on the
summit. At this. last jump, however, his
foot caught the. topmost chair and tbe pile
wus scattered over the floor.
At this moment tbo prince entered the
room, nnd in astonishment asked the un
seasonable athlete what on earth he was
about. "Keully, sir," replied tbe una
bashed visitor, "it is most unfortunate.
Xoone spoke a word, and I had to nniuso
myself; but I sincerely hope that none of
your royal highness' (bail's is broken."
Tlio prince laughed, mid tbo matter blew
over. "No one but a thorough gentleman,"
said my father, who used to pronounce
this word with a peculiar emphasis, and to
employ it in a somewhat narrowly exclu
sive sense, "could have carried the affair
off as Colonel Iiiuox did." L. Tolle
macho in Fortnightly Review.
The Snub Mused Little Mun.
Tho poor little woman was traveling
from Baltimore to Chicago with six small
children. Three of them were ill nnd she
bad her hands and lap more than full.
Every one in the car tried throughout the
day todo what they could to alleviate her
sufferings. A kindly old gentleman played
with t no not too inviting two-year-old, and
a jolly commercial traveler kept the wig
gling and inquisitive oldest Uy as quiet
as possible wit h stories of his own boys at
home. Dainty Indies opened well stocked
traveling ligs to the many necessities of
the little brood, nnd the traveling public
seemed disposed to show its utmost kind
liness to the overburdened woman.
The only person who showed no Interest
was an insignificant, snub nosed little man
who sat in tlw back of t he car and read
newspapers. At hist bedtime came, and
tlie porter made up a couple of sections in
whk'h the tired mother might bestow her
offspring. When they were safely settled,
the passengers were rendered almost
speechless by the conduct of the lit tle snub
nosed inau, who skulked down the aisle
aud crawled into the berth where the wo
man was hushing a wailing child.
When it dawned upon them that he was
the husband and father of their proteges,
it took all the persuasion of the cooler
beaded to prevent an immediate mobbing
Kate Field's Washington.
The Way tv Kut ISrearf.
"I believe the American is the liest eater
in the world," said Koliort A. Howard, of
Baltmiarc, "us be is also tbo best fed man.
He knows what is goixl to eat and how to
cook it and combines in his menu the best
dishes of all nations, but with all that he
is woefully deficient in his eating in one
very essential respect, and that is he per
sists in slicing bis liaker's bread ns he does
a pound cake. On a recent trip to Europe
I noticed that tbe Frenchmen never cuts
his bread, and tbe man who applies his
knife to a louf in a French restaurant or
hotel is at. once set iwu as ill brivl.
"The Frenchman always breaks his
bread and pulls it to pieces instead of
slicing it m we do. There is excellent
sense In this custom, too, us Uiave found,
for baker's bread, eaten as the Frenchman
eats it, is undoubtedly sweeter und tastes
much fresher." fcwin r nmcisco Argonaut.
The costliest paintings of modern times
aro Meissouier's "1814" and Millet's "Tho
Angelus." M. Chuuchard gave 850,000
fruncs(tl70,000) for"lH14" ami 750,000 francs
(1150.000) for "The Angelus." Mr. Henry
Hilton in 1887 paid $!,000 for Meissouier's
"Friedland, 1807," and presented it to the
Metropolitan Museum of Art. Now York
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box. For sole by Matthews Bros. ,
My physician said I could not live,' my
liver out of ordor, frequently vomited
greenish mooous, skin yellow, small dry
humors on face, stomach wonld not retain
food. liuruocK Jilooa Bitters curea me.
Mrs. Adelaide O'Brien, 872 Exchange St.,
uottaio, . x.
E. T. HORTONi M. D,
WHITEHALL, N. Y.
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T. J. VICTORY,
ROCF tinning and soldTlng nil done sway
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Swellings, which will prevent absolutely any
crumbling, cracking or breaking of the
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many yenrs.and it's cost does not exceed one
fifth that of the cost of tinning. Is sold by
the job or pound. Contracts tukon by
ANTONIO UAU1MANN, &i7 Birch Si
Vat tin.. W'l'
THE GREAT 3th
produces the above results ln"10 dnys. It aetf
powerlully and niiicltly. tun s when alfothprs fail
Young men will regain their lost manhood, aud old
men will reeover their youtblul viuor by unini
Kr. v I II. It niuekly and surely restores henous
nvKH. Lost Vitality, IniiMtcucy. Nightly iSuissions,
Lost Power. Failing Memory, Wasting Diseases, and
an eueets ot selt-abiiso or excess and indiseretion
wmen limits one tor study, biminess or marriage. It
not only cures by starting at the seat ot disease, but
issgreat nerve tonic and blood builder, bring
ing uaes me pmn glow to pale rhceks anil re
storing tho fire of youlli. It words off Jnsauity
and Consumption. Insist on having KKVIVO.no
other. It can bo carried in vest pocket. By mail.
i .w per paenage, or six lor io.nu, with a x
tive written iiiiirantro to euro or refund
the money. Circular true. Address
aOYAL HEDICiNE CO., 63 River St., CHICAGO, ILL.
For sale by Matthews Tiros., Druggists
acrautiiii , I n.
.1 fi .1 J .an . . . .. 1 ... 1
dyf uoder ruiwnty, backed by !(Ou,UiJUcatMtl. f--Pusiiiw
procrfturd 100-ptpi book. illtxrilM froml'
lHcifnimpyftjlAeurd,frwbmail. IVbaaHotApriop K:
ttuu urniuijisti, vnr Tv;ilrC KtfTTWaV will t-v1
grj pot itirl cure. COOK IUwUIJiV CO.. IIiUum, IU.VU
- - - $17.00
either hotel." INCLUDING
Pior 26, North River, New York.
to curt all nvrTDU. dll
ent. mieh n Weak MotiKiry, Lose nf Brain l'ower. I leiulnclie, Wnkel uliief,
lxKHtManhoiHl. NiKt'tly Fnilsslonn, NervoiuncM,ullurttlutMim1loF.iot power
In ieiiemtlveOruHiii'f either ox en iiRoclhf overeiertlon,onUifiilerror,
opium or stimulant, wbicblend to Iiillrnilty, Con-
iwoirnwun twi wii. ' ti u... w
a S ortler tlm a written truiiruntee to cure
I'Ireiiln r f nA. Sold hv 11 II ilruuclMA. Auk forlt, uie
lornerrons prnntniUon nnd nllnervoundtaenseiiof
oiyaiia or euner box. seen n eryollfl I'nmtrntlen, rail-
. VT l"K A"", mnuuuwii uie-v.Mjuv vi J f'.iiiihniwiin, IUUUHUI UiITOrS,
wi Mental Worry, cxcemlYo uneof TnheeoorUliini,wlilc'lileBdtoCon.
li' eumntlon and lnannltr. With ererv MAnnlerwAirlviiiLvriLiMniriinn.
orreliinit the money. Sold at SLOW r box. a boxoa
17 I'enn Avenue.
Will brace yon npln week
Hertona Debility, Loan of H.iual fowcr in eiihriKx.
any caup. If oeolertiid. aneh trmihl. le.rf t
(l.oepor box by mail.ebnxea for to. With at.rr
order Wu kI a wnttea itinaotee u euro or tafuod tho-mouaj. Aildt
tiki. MEblOlMB CO.. Clof aland, Ohio. '
Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming Ave nut and
mmth To Our
Washburn-Crosby Co. wish to assure their many
patrons ' that they will this year hold to their usual
custom of milling STRICTLY OLD WHEAT until tha
new crop is fully cured. New wheat is now upon tho
market, and owing to tha excessively dry weathers
many millers are of the opinion that it is already '
cured,, and in proper condition for milling. Washburn-Crosby
Co. will take NO RISKS, and will allow
the new wheat fully three months to mature before
grinding. This careful attention to every detail of milling has
placed Washburn-Crosby Co.'s flour far above all
LOUIS B. GMITTO
Dealer in Choice Confectiojis and Fraifs.
EEEAD AND CAKES A SPECIALTY.
FINEST ICE CREAI
1437 Capouse Avenue.
DIP YOU EC
That we will GIVE you beautiful new pat
terns of Sterling SILVER SPOONS and
FORKS for an equal weightaOrcnc for ounce,
of your silver dollars. All elegantly en
graved free. A large variety of new pat
terns to select from at
807 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
All Grades, Sizes and Kinds kept in StoriS
Of every description on hand.- rroinptrshipiaent3,guar
Chains, Rivats, Eolts, Nuts, Washer Turn
buckles, Eolt Ends, Spikes and a full line of
BITTENBENDER & CO.
We havo the following supplies of Lumber secured, at
prices that warrant us in expecting a large
share of the trade.
Pacific Coast Bed Cedar Shingles.
"Victor" and othor Michigan Brands of
White Pine and White Cedar Shingles,
Michigan White and Norway Pino Lum
ber aud Hill Timber.
North Carolina Short and Long Leaf Yel
MisecUancous stocks of Mine
a -as- r.
ana lumo enppnes m gcuui.
THE RICHARDS LUMBER CO,
Commonwealth Building:. Scranton Pa.
HEART LAKE, Susquehanna Co.
0 E. CROFUT ..Propriotor.
mH19 HOUSE Is strictly tarapflriince, is new
I and- wnll furuisbod and OPENKD Tu
THE PUBLIC THE YEAR ROUND; la
located midway botwoon Montron una Scran
ton, on Montrose and Lackawanna Railroad,
sir miles from D., U & W. B. R. at Altord
Station, and five nill from Montrose; ca-
r'lty, elRhty-flvo; tUrea minntoa' walk f rom
GOOD BOATS, FIsniNO TACKLE, &e,
1 HKE TO OUESrS.
Altitude about 2,000 foet, oqnalllinr in this
respoct the Adirondack aad UatikiU Moun
tuin line stovss, plenty of shade and beautiful
cenery, making a Buniniar Resort unea
collcd In beauty and oliopnoas.
Dancing pavilion, swiugii oroquot gr onnds,
&c Cold Spring Water and plenty of M Ilk.
KalM, 7 to S1U per week. 1.50 par
Excnrsion tickets sold at all stations onD.
L. & W. lines.
Porter meets all train,
gHMj" gnjfw UeWfjort n3
; ..TV H'l-Viili V..T3JVKJ SJ-ivm
) PARLORS OPEN FROW-AIM. TO 11 P.M.
8PKCIAL ATTKNTLOIT GIVEN TO BOP
PLYlNti FAMILIES WITH 1CU CliKAiU
Jnuinta County, PeiiiMyliriiiHa..TOlt& Oak.
:Su.llivan County Hemlock Lumber anfl
Tioga County Dry Hemlock Stock Board.
Elk County Dry Hemlock Joists and StuJ
Bails, Mine Tics, Mine Props
1 - nninn 1
KIN1NG, BLABTDW' AND BPOETIKa
MannXaetnred at tha Wapwaltonen Mills, L
aerne coanty Pa., and at WU
HENRY BE LIN, Jr,
General Agent for tha Wyoming District,
u8 Wyoming Av., Scranton Pa.
Third National Bank BnOdln
POB. PORD, Pittaton. .Pa.
3NR SMITH SON Plymouth. P
W. MULLIGAN, Wittee-Barre. Pa.
Affsnts for the Uapaaaa Uiemisal Conn
(any'a Blah ExlosiTa.