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THE SCB ANTON TBICtTNE WEDNESDAY MORNING. : OCTOBER 3, 3894.
The list or trunk line new railways
it rapidly growing on paper. Toe
latest: William C Mayo, of Philadel-
Shla, general solicitor of the Bine
lountain railroad, which is to be built
from Hafriabnrg to the Dataware
BWer, at Portland, Pa., a ditstanee of
140 miles, makes lhe important state
ment that a eorps of engineers will
start at ShartlesTille. Berks county,
aoon and locate a different line to Sla
tiogton to connect with the Pongh
keeptie road, which is to be sold to ths
Vanderbilt system on Oct 18. This
connection on the east with an exten
alon of the Norfolk & Western and of
Vanderbilt lines to the Western ter
minus of the Bine Mountain railroad
will complete, says Mr. Mam, a system
of trunk lines which, for the inter
change of freight and pasaeneera by
the South and West and the North and
East, has no eqnal in this country.
Second Assistant Postmaster General
Nelson is giving a great deal of atten
tion to special mail service in large
.cities. He has ordered prepared maps
of all large cities showing the sqrface
car lines with a view to having mail
oars run over them. He expects to
give his attention espeoially to carry
ing mail on eleotrio cars, which rans
from the centers of cities to suburbs
sod to adjoining small towns Mr,
Nelson is of the opinion that only on
electric lines running long distances
will is be profiable to carry the mails.
Employes in all the departments of
the principal railroads in this sUte
who were laid off last year on account
of general depression in both ireight
and passant er traffio have bad oause to
rejoice within the past few weeks, says
the Philadelphia Times, and now the
great majority have been reinstated.
The general slash in forces on all the
lines which was mad doriug the
months of' D'Cember, 1893. and Jan
nary, 1894, not only affected the train
men in loth passenger and freight
service, but employes in other depig
ments as Well. The maintenance of
way departments of all the lines
were -cut .down in many cases
to one-half the regular force. The
cut was also rsoently felt among the
operators, and wherever a man could
be dispensed with at and offliw along
the line be waa dismissed. The phe
nomenal increase in freight and passen
ger trafflo on all the lines has made it
necessary to strengthen the forces in
all departments, and if the ratio of old
employes who have been reinstate!
wittiin the past two weeks is kapt up
tne forces will soon ue as strong as
they were before the ent came. The
operating forses have been augmented
nud just now extra fr Slant and pas
senger men are putting in run tim.
Progress on the new State Line rail
road frota Blngbamton to vvilliams
port, in which Scranton captUl is
understood to be interested, is being
made rapidly. The route now followed
is declared to be almost identical with
tbnt aouubt yean ago, when Tom
Scott, president of the Pennsylvania
system, declared the ronte between
Bingbamton and Williamsnort the
best propctiv-e railway property in
the United States. Many people, who
ought to know, now think the DjU-
ware,. Lackawanna and Western com
finny,-reputed to be controlled by the
Vanderbilt interest, is behind this
State Line company, and they claim
that the Delaware and Hudson com
pany is also under the same control.
which would lead one to auppost that
the Vanderbilt interest sought an
outlet to the southwest for its
Delaware and Hudson road and to
cover the territory that the Dalaware,
Lickuwanna and Western does not al
ready coyer. It is a well known fact,
according to the Binghamtou Herald,
that the Lehigh Valley is perturbed
over the situation and did they not
think it too lata wonld go on and ex
tend their line to Montrose, over to
Bingbamton. If nil this reasoning be
true the new road is bound to be one of
the most important in this section, and
' as a link between the Delaware and
Hudson and southwest will sbnrten the
distance between Boston and Pittsonrg
or other cities in that section, more
than 100 miles.
. Hazleton is to have an Improved
water supply. The Diamond Water
company has decided to sink a number
of artesian wells, also build a new stor
age reservoir with 15.000,000 gallons
capacity. The other day Rufus J.
Foster, of this elty, editor of the Col
liery Engineer, Stanley Allen, secretary
of the National Drilling and boring
ingTompany, of Serantoo, and TbnmAs
Mamma, of Nuremberg, a prominent
artesian well contractor, went over the
ground. Work will ba begun at the
surliest posilble moment
The Baltimore and Lehigh railroad,
with its rights aad franchise, and the
interest of the Baltimore Forwarding
and Railroad company in the same,
were sold at York, Pa., recently to W.
T. Walworth, of Cleveland, for $875.
The sales was made to satisfy a claim
The Philadelphia Inquirer pays this
compliment to one of the best known
and most successful street railway men
in the country:, "John Graham, who
was at the Lafayette last Friday, is one
of the big men in the Street railway
business up the state, being general
manager and treasorer of the Wilk-c-Barre
and Wyoming Valley Traotlon
company. Mr. Graham had. b-en
spending a few day at his place inhe
Cumberland valley, and his visit to
Philadelphia prior to returoiug to
Wilkes-Barre will occasion iocreassd
industry in the big car works out at
Mount Morlah." It is said that Mr.
Graham's street railway system Is the
muBt satisfactorily ruRflaged one in
Pennsylvania, and to him belongs
much of the credit, since the practical
management is centered almost exclu
sively in his bands.
Minor Industrial Notes:
The National Rnlfc and Kilt works, of
Reading, beginning Monday, have reduced
me salaries or tneir UOU employee iruut
to 15 percent. - '
The rate of waeea to be oaid the miners
of the Schuylkill region for the lust half
of October has been fixed at 8 jer cent
before the ta.50 basis. This is 1 per oenc.
better than the wages paid the preceding
two months. .
The Albany railway, rnnnlng an elec
tric atreet car line between Albany and
Troy, now rnns a freight car between
those cities three times a day each way.
There is a depot in each city and the com-
fany also runs wagons to call tor anfj de
The enormous amount of new machinery
recently added to the No, 8 Silver Brook
breaker, Is all in place and perfectly ar
ranged for work. The breaaer is now
twiee ita original size and can easily pre
pare 1,200 tons of coal a day when all the
latest designs of mechanism are. working
as one great mould.
Washington (Pa.) people are discussing
the feasibility of an electric railway from
that town to Pittsburg. Borne capitalists
there contemplate building a Hue to
Canonsburg. seven miles In length. The
Pittsburg. West Liberty and Bridgeville
line, which is to extend to Bridceville
:rom .Pittsburg, will bare its southern
terminus about ten miles from Canons
burs. ' The connecting lluk, owing to the
comparatively level country, can, it Is
said, be cheaply built
With reference to the long-raging Hon
ey Brook mine fire, the Hazleton S andard
says; TbeLebigh and Wilkes-Barre baa a
force of men at work stripping the rook off
tne v barton vein, wnlcn is tne extot Bot
tom, aud when the coal is all removed the
small amount of fire that coull'iuea to
burn a distance in cannot communicate.
Kickert's steam shovel is bearing the vein
toward the point where the coal is thought
to be burning with subdued vigor, and if
only a uarrow channel la cut tnrongn tne
vein it will be utterly impossible for the
fire to reach any other part of the Honey
Brook coal basin."
The Truman Dodson Coal company have
been doing considerable work at the Kh-
kawilliam colliery in order to prepare for
a big output of coal. It is one of the finest
collieries now in the region. The company
has opened up 125 yards of a new slope aud
Das round several veins of coal varying
from Beven to twenty-two feet in thick
ness. Two compound duplex enclnes,
built especially for the cumpauy at the
Jeanetivuie suops, Have been erected.
Patent jigs have also been introduced and
every care will be taken to send nothing
but pure coal to market. When the ship
meat of coal will take place the Kask
William will tie one of the model cullierie
in the Schuylkill coal region. Snporinteu
dent D. J. Thomas, of iloren, baa charge
of the improvements.
B. U. Clifford, Mew CasseL Wis., was
troubled with neuralgia and rheumatism.
his stomach was disordered, his liver was
affected to an alarming degree, appetite
fell away, aud he waa terribly reduced in
rJesb and Btrengtn. Three bottles of Elec
tric Bitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd, Harrisborg, 111., bad
active, weaker; October, 81a: Novem
ber, 85Xe.i December, 33 c.; May, 87c;
No. 2 white, October, 24Jc; November, -85H.:
spot prices. No. 3, 82c; No.
wmte, MasK.; JNo. a uiicago,
No. 8, Sliic; No. white. 83Xa34Xo.;
mixed western. 82Wa83Xo.; white do.,
3&a39u.; white state, 85a8o.
kkkf Dull ; family. llOalz: extra mass,
Beef hams Dull, f 18al8.50.
Tiekckd BEir Inactive, oity extra India
Cut Meats-Quiet, wevk; pickled
bellies, 8Xa8c: pickled shoulders, Oc;
pickled hams, 9al0o.; middles, nominal.
Lard Ooiet lower: western steam.
closed, 18.83: city, 7a80, October, $8.80;
January, (7.85; refined, dull,, continent
$8.75: South America, $9.25: compound,
Fork Steady, quiet: mess I14.75al5.25:
extra prime, $13.5Ual4.
butter unlet, fancy, nrm; state dairy.
Ha23c: do. creamery, 18a2SWc; Pennsyl
vania do., 18a25Xc: western dairy, 13al7c;
do. creamery, 15a26c; do. factory, 12Ka
1A&I elgins, 26c; imitation oreamery, 16a
Chibsi Quiet steady: state large, 8a
10c.; do. fancy white, Wo.i do. colored,
lOVc; do. small, 8Kal0ko.: part skims. 4a
8c: full skims, 8a8Xo.
Eoos Large receipts, ouiet. weaker:
state and Pennsylvania, SJOaUlXc; Ice house,
15ial7c; western rrean, i7Halc; do.,
per case, f3.25s4.50; limed, ltlaUc
Philadelphia Tallow Market.
Philadelphia. Oct 2. Tallow Is
steady, and trade Improving. We
qnote: city, prime, in noganeads, 46C.
country, prime, in barrels, i n4c; coun
try dark, in barrels, 4)c.; cakes, 5c;
Baring suffered from tye
pepeU for three yean, I 04
elded to try Burdock Bloc
Bittbhs. and after using one
bottle I found myself so muck
bettor that I waa encouraged!
to one anuther; after taking;
thin I Aud myself so fully rJ
stored that I do not need any)
more medicine, feeling truly
grateful to B. B. B.
Mas. G. Whits,
Tabsrg.Onuida Co., H.T.
PAIN CURED IN AN INSTANT,
Let Railway's Keady Belief bit used oa
i the first lndlcatloa of Tain or Uneasiness;
j if threatened with Disease or Sickness,
' the Cnen will ha mcl bafnrn tha famllv
a rnnuing sore on bis leg of eight years' j doctor would ordinarily reach thehouae.
standing. Uaed three bottle, of Electric : mTT a
vun& jug. nunai tailio iu iruiu vug
to twenty minutes Not one hour after read
ing this ad vertisomeut need any one 4UF-
Hitters and seven boxes of Buck leu'
Arnica Halve aud his leg is ound ami
well. John Speaker, Catawba, O., bad
five large fever sores on his leg, doctors
said he was incurable. One bottle Electii.'
Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica
Salve cured him entirely. Sold by Mai
thew Bros, drug store.
The essential lung-healing principal of
the pine tree has flually been successful!
separated and refined into a perfect cough
medicine, Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup,
fcold by all dealers ou a guarantee of sat
ACHES AND PAINS
j For headache (whether sick or nervous),
1 toothache, neuralgia, rheumatism, lumbago,
pains and weakness In the ba k, spine or
kidneys, pains around tbe liver, pleurisy,
swelling of the joints and paius of all kinds,
the application of Kadway's Keady Relief
Will afford immediate ease, and Ha continued
use for a few days effect a permanent cure.
i A CURE FOR ALL
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL,
frtocke and Bonds.
New Yohk, Oct 2. American Sujjbi
was the overshadowing feature of tin'
railway and miscellaneous share specula
tion today, the stock bavitig been traded
In to tbe extent of lUS.fcOU snares in a tolal
of ltW.OM for the entire list. The 'stock
was heavy, almost from start to finish,
there being only slight rally of early in
the day, which was subsequently lost.
The, price opened at 8Ku76 and grad
ually settled down to 83g, closing at the
lowest point. Iu direct contract with
tne beaviuess of Sugur the general list
displayed a little more firmness and at
times showed a disposition to advance.
This is tbe result ot the heavy oversold
condition of the market. Many of the
leading issues command premiums. There
is a fear a bold movement by the bull
leaders might load to disastrous results iu
the ranks of the smaller shorts at least, if
it did not spead further. Speculation
closed about steady. Net chances show
advances of to per cent.
ine range or vwtsrday'spr ees for ihuac
tive cocks of the New York stock market are
iriven below. Tne Quotations are fnmiuh.ul
The Thibunk by G. du B. Dlmmlck, mana
ger of William Linn. Allen A Co., stock brok
ers, 412 Spruce street, bcranton:
Open- iiltfli- Low Clos
ing. esu est. luir.
Am. Cot. Oil ",
Am Bugar. KM 8t!M F:U
A.T. &8.F M W f.U Wi
Can. So. 61 5114 , 61 51
Cbespeake&Oblo... 19 16 19 111
umc. uu 7ii 7IM 7U . 7i:
Chle A N. W 103 1(01 lm
C, B. A Q rVl n4 TlJ V2W
C, C.C. & St. L.... t'M ,.8 lil)
C. M. AHt Paul.... 1! I.2W tu
Chicago,R. I. St Pac OUtf 1 fjUJ,
D, & H. te .. .... ....
D Li & W
u!'a c. f..!'.".'.'.'.'.'.'. 'itji "vJt 'ili
H. E. Co .18 !I8U
Ills. Cent W W U 01
I.. A N fi.u mi nil r,fii
ManhatUn Mil 11UU He i.h "
Hlaa. Pan.... 27 ' HTU 27W 27U
Nat. Cordage , ,
,. 87 37" 87U
.m ikiu lntsi iiou
mih moit io42
IT STOPS THS PROGRESS
of Consumption. The makers
of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery are certain of it.
They've proved it for years past
-and they're willing to sell it
with the agreement that if it
doesn't benefit or cure, in tvery
case, they'll return, the money.
Consumption is that scrofulous
condition that comes from im
pure blood. The "Discovery"
prevents it, At taken In time ;
cures it completely, if you
haven't waited too Ions;; gives
relief and comfort, even in ad
Use it in severe, lingering
Coughs, Asthma, Weak Lungs,
and every Bronchial, Throat,
and Lung Affection.
D. 0, RosiNBAtM, Esq.) of
Dutch, Grainger Co., 2enn, wrltoa
as follows i M had been going;
down In strength and weight for
ronths. I was not able to stir and
smothered very often. After
taking 'Discovery' my cough
was relieved, I oould walk three
miles without trouble, oatchlnf
cold don't dlstroea me now. AS
AAalf to a teaspoonfol of Ready Belief In
a half t umbler of water, repeated as often
aa tbe discharges continue, and a flannel sat
urated with Keady Relief placed over the
etomachand bote's will afford immediate
relief and soon (Sect a cure.
Internally a half to a teaspoonful In half
a tumbler of water will, In a few minutes,
cure Cramps. Spasms. Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Vomitinir, Heartburn, Nervousness, Sleep
lessness, Bick Headache, Flatulency and all
Malaria In Ita Tartans Forms Cnred and
f here Is not a remedial agency in the world
that will cure feyer and ague and all other
malarious, bilious and all other fevers, aided
by RAUWAY'tfPII.L., so quickly as BAD
WAY'S RHADY relief.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of
Rad war's Readv Relief with them. A few
drops In water will prevent sickness or pains
from change of water. It is better than
(Tenon brandy or bitter as a stimulant.
Miners and lumbermen should always be
provided with it.
Price 60 cents per bottle. Bold by all druggists.
New Jersey Cent.
N. Y. Central...,,
N. Y. AN. K
N. Y..L. E.&W....
H. Y.. B. A W
N. Y S. A W, pr..
North Pac. or
O. A W
Phil, ft Reading.....
Rich & W. P
C. & L
Wabash pr. ......
m m m m
The original Raw Food.
An unrivalled nutrient.
It builds muscle and bone.
It makes new blood.
Is retained by any stomach.
Satisfies the hunger of
Unaided it will sustain
strength for weeks.
Contains the largest amount of
nutrition in the smallest
It will sustain life by injection.
It is simply the vital principles
of raw beef concentrated.
It is prescribed and , recom
mended by more physicians
than any other food in the
world. We refer to any
physician you know.
For sale at all druggists.
THE BOVIN1NE CO. NEW YORK.
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CHICAGO BOARD OP TRADE PRICES.
i . . . Open- High- Low- Clo
. ing. est.
69 68 68
m &h '
11 SUt, 83U
Ts 2VH 2vii
6i w 6014' m
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810 8 10 110
700 7 W 7 87
PR Li .Q
mm mm . mm veietull
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated, narge,
regulate, puniy, cleanse and atreuitthes.
RAD WAYS ILLS for the cure of ail dis
orders or ths Stomach, Bowels, Kidneys,
Bladder, Nervous Diseases, Dazineaa, Ver
tlgo, Costiveness, Piles,
AAD ALL DISOJtDEHS
OF THE LIVER.
Observe the following symptoms resulting
from diseases of the digestive organs Con
stipation, Inward piles, fullness of blood in
the head, anulity ot the stomach, nausea,
heartburn, disgust ot fool, fu Inesa ot weight
ot tbe stomach, sour eructations, sinking or
fluttering of the heart, chok na or auffocat
lng sensations when In a lying pasture, dim-
n ss oi vision, aots or weus o. lore tne sigut,
fever and dull pain In the h ad, deflulency of
perspb atlon, yellowness of the akin and
eyes, pain in tne side, chest, lltuba. and sud
den flushes of heat, hurnlna In the flush.
A few doses of KADWAY'S ML B will free
tbe system of all the above-named dlaordeis.
l'rleo ase, per box. Bold br druggists ot
sent by mall.
Bend to DR. RAI'WAY ft CO., Lock Boi
SOA, xew xora, lor uoua or Advice.
New York Produo i Market.
Nw .York. Oct. 8.-Floor Doll,
weak, local Jobbing trade.
Wbbat-DuII, lo. lower, weak; No. 3
rea. store and elevator, Sia.e,:
afloat, 65a65Hc.( f. o. b., 65Kn6tl!t'c;.
nngraded red, 60a6oc.i No. 1 northern,
623V"62ic; options were fairly active,
weak at lalc. decline; December went
Ho. belcw lowest previous record near the
close; December and May most aotltej
sales Included No. 8 red oloilng 64Wo.i
DfCember66He.i Mav6lJ(o. '
Uorh Dull, lo. lower, clostafweaki
No. 8, MtaSSO. elevatori Ma6So., afloat;
options were moderately active and
lHo. lower, closing weak. May and De
cember most aoilvei Ootober, MUo,: No
vember, 63)0,; Deoember, 62o.; May,
i-Cnll, lewaii Cuons aioderatel
Wo! I Mm,
lothDay.JfJ 0f Me.
THE OftEAT aoth 6ay.
proilurrs the above results In .10 days. It u
powerlully and quick ly. Cures when all others tai I
Yotiug men will ngsin their lost manhood, and ol
men will recover ttirlr youthful tmor by usli.v
IlKVlVOi II qulcklrandsurtlyrsHtoieaNsrvoui.
nens, Loot Vitality, Impolencr. Nightly Emission).
Lost Power, Falling Mnmory, Wsstloa Diseases. ail
sll effects ot self-tbuM or e ictus and Indiscretion
which unfits ons for siudy. business or marriage. It
notonlv ours br sUrttng at Ihs seat of disease, b .1
Is a great nerve tonle and blood builder, brlni
lng back tbe pink glow to pale t heeks and r
storing ths fire of yonth. It wards off frwanlt
nil Consumption. Imlat on listing RKVIVOnn
other. It can he csrrisd la vest pocket. By rnr.ll
ii.ooprpaease.orsii tor su.oo. with a ooei
!ve written guarantee to cure or refund
.ue money, uireiusr rrss. aadrsu
10YAL ME0ICINC CO,, SI River St, CHICAQ0. 1 LI
0EITKB IROI CO., Im'p. Capital, 11.000,000.
BKST SJlO 8UOB 1st TUB WOULD.
"A dollar laved it a dollar tonud."
This Ladles' Solid French Donfola Kid But
ton Boot dellvsred free anywhere In the U.S,on
receipt or uaan, uoaeyuraer,
or PosUl NoU for IM.
Equals every way the boots
sold la sll retail stores for
$2.60. Wa make this boot
ourselves, therefore we guar
anut ia JU, tlvis aa umr,
and If any one is not sattsfled
will refond ths moner
or send another pair. Opera
oe or common Dsnee,
widths C, P. S, k KK.
slses 1 to s and hall
I villM you,
Dexter Shoe Co
DR. HEBRA'S i
Ttpmiwni PpswAblsM. PlmnltM
Liver Moles, Blackheads
Sunburn and Taa, and re
auiroi me nam w lis urigi
nal fnshnesa, producing a
aIaow anil . nollhv .,tti.
i i D ' . tA .11 AM
preparations and perfectly harmless. At 'sll
druggists, or mailed lor SOcts. Bend tor Circular,
, VIOLA SKIN SOAP U Unplr laaaapvabls ss a
tfcla purlljlDC bo&p, ttDKiaaM ft lbs IfSlM, and wtthoat a
rival for lit aarwrv. atMotatrlr pmn ami dataalelj bU-
eWM. .iiwrrnti. rncsj beats.
G. C. BITTNER & CO.,Tcttoo, O.
For sale by Matthew Bros.
Eaeoaste ar TMt Hihist Msenat, Avrwoamsa
j snEnTHOL mmm
r t n r B MB I M h tfcviftruMin
-w - iihnunuilL rrhi. w.,n.
iNnaLIR will onre vnu. A
wonderful boon to sufferer!
from Velds, SwsTknal,
orUAY FETCK. AfnnU
? ! remeflf, convenient to carry
la poeket, ready to Va on ant Indication of cold.
Contlautd Uae Knrects Permaaeat Cure.
KatlsfauUon ruarantoed or money refunded. Price,
SO eta. Trial free at Druiiftita. Registered mall,
U) cents. ILS.CraiUlair.,Iimajiuxllia.. D.li.
envr sxxac JtLisy ss
MFNTHfll The surest snd safest remedy for
mtfl I "JUL a (ki diseases, Kcsem a, Itch Ball
Rbeumnld Korea, II urns. I'uu. WoBderrnl rem
ply far PILES. Prlee.(aeU. at llrai-nai a1'
flsts or by mail prepaid. AddrenasabOTc. PWI.fl
Bank of Scranton,
This bank offers to deposit every
facility warranted bv their balances, baat
naaa and responsibility.
Bttaalal attantlon t hn.i. ...
WILMAM CONNKLI. President
UttO. H. OATLIN, Vlea-Prealdaat.
. WILLIAM H. PKtK, Gaahleh
William Cannell, GMrgra R. Callla,
Alfred Hand. Jamas Arrhhalj, Heary
Balln, Jr., William X asitb- Lathe
National Bank of Scranton
. SURPLUS $30,000.
W. W. WATSON. Vice President.
A. E WlLLLAMi Cashier.
tiiRrsiBran, jamis M- Ewrhabt,
Ibviho A. Finch, Pikhce B. Finlit,
Joseph J. Jiikmt. 11. B. Kemeuer
Cbas, If. Matthews, John t. Pokieu.
W. W. Watsou.
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
This bank Invitee the patronage of business
suen and firms generally.
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
, Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & CONNELLCO.
For sale by Matthews Bros, and John
t iCOME ANDBEKTJ8
ft T CONCERNING THE PRINTING!
t. We can please your taste and
vanta. Get an estimate.
Tie Scranton Tribune Job Depl
I HI UQ!.g,aTMQ9, CUrtIN TON, gl:
For Washing Clothes CLEAN and SWEBT.
It LASTS LONGER than other Soaps.
Price FIVE CENTS a bar.
CAUTION: To Our Patrons
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 the
new crop is fully cured. New wheat is now upon the
market, and owing to the excessively dry weather
many millers are of the opinion that it is already
cured, and in proper condition for milling. Wash
burn-Crosby Co. will take NO RISKS, and will allow
the new wheat fully three months to mature before
This careful attention to every detail of milling has
,'aced Washburn-Cro.by Co.'s flour far above all
r ther brands.
SHAW rl A IV I avO EMERSON
SHAW I NWO EMERSON
J. Lawrence Stelle
FORMERLY STELLE & SEELEY,
134 Wyoming Avenue, Scranton, Pa.
SHAW PIANOS to the front.
EMERSON PIANOS, Old and Reliable.
Clough& Warren OkE5 st A C Carpenter
D9D YOU KNOW?
That we will GIVE you beautiful new pat
terns of Sterling SILVER 8P00N3 and
FORES for an equal weight,ounce for ounce,
of your silver dollars. All elegantly en
graved free. A large variety of new pat
terns to select from at
ercereau & Connell
307 LACKAWANNA AVENUH
All Grades, Sizes and Kinds kept in stock.
Of every description on band. Prompt shipments guaranteed.
Chains, Rivets, -Bolts, Nuts, Washers, Turn
buckles, Bolt Ends, Spikes and a full line of
BITTENBENDER k CO.
700-H1LE SEA TRIPS
By: the Beautiful New Steamships of tha
Old Dominion Line
OLD POINT COMFORT
HYQEIA HOTEL), OK
(PRINCESS ANNS HOTEL),
Most T jtightful Eesorts on the Atlantic Coast for
I" Old Point Comfort -W
Virginia Bech - -
A day and a quarter at either hotel. INCLUDING
KVEltY EXPENfcVS of meals and berths en route, a day
and a quarter's board at either hotel
This trip is an ideal one, as the course skirts the coast, with lit
tle likelihood of Beaslckneta, and passes in review many watering
1 laces and points of interest. For printed matter and full particu
lars address ;
OLD DOMINIONS. S. COMPANY.
W. L. GUILlAUDEU, Trafflo Manager. Pier 86, North ftlwr; New York.
Sal by Matthaws BroS., Dftlf gist
Saraaton , Fa.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO
tt'HANToN AND WlLKtS-BABBB. PJU MANUFACTURED ot
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
Y . Osal Offloi. SCBAlfTON, PJL
We have the following supplies of Lumber secured, at
prices tbat warrant us in expecting a large
share of the trade.
Pacific Coast Bd Cedar Shingles.
"Victor" and other Michigan Prands of
White Pins and WhlU Cedar Shinglss,
Michigan Whit and Norway Pin Lum
ber and Bill Timber.
sorth Carolina Short aad Long Loaf Ysl
Miscellaneous stocks of Mine Hails, Mine Ties, Mine Props
and Mine Supplies in general.
Juniata County, Psnnsy Wauls, White Oak.
BolllTsn County Hsmlock Lumbsr and
Tioga Cenaty Dry Hsmlock Btook Boards,
ilk County Dry Hemlock Joists and Btuik
THE RICHARDS LUMBER CO,
Commonwealth Building, Scranton Pa.
EJM1H00D RESTORED! i!
aalMS Uwn all imim Sto
cases, such as Weak Memory, Loss of Brain Power. Headache, Wakefulness,
liOilMsnhood, Nlshtlf BdiIssIoiis, Nervouanee,alldralnsaiillossrf power
In OeueratlT Oncansot either seicau.odby OTereierUon,wUrnl errors.
nmilve use of tohaoco. opium or stimulants, which lead to InOrnilty.Crm-
1uijillonor InnaullT. Can be carried In Test pocket. I per box, lor ,
,M7 mall prepaid, with a Rl order we (Its m wrltiea aoareuiSM ear
''cruncaauar Itn UJinu.no uuuer. Auuress aicssvse skxdvu., aasonie lempie, vsiuwiu.
For Sale in Scranton, Pa., by H. O. SANDERSON, Drugffist, y. Wwhimrtoo
and Soruce etreets.
s JZT YSX-tiWl tliegneratleorransofelUierses. siwh as Merrovs Proetratlpo, tsil.
E 233Ca'vJNv. ln or Lo."t Wsnoood, Impolenor. KtshUr Bmlsslous, Tovthf al Krrors.
I lTZ V SBT1V Mental WorrT.exoesslte use of Tobicco or Opium, which lead to Coo
V W4ikat' sumption and Insanity. With ererj as order we alTe a written iraar.
Btifoita a.nB artu vsuw. ISSiSmVSlek
tot Hals by C M. HARRIS, DraiglsU 17 fena Aweaas. ,
fw diirersrT. Will tries tea Spit week.
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ise. If aealected. saak SrMblM Uttd t
son.smpUoaerlnMnitt.sl.roperbozbTinall.abniMfarSS. Wits ...r.f
w.,.'7,.Sw,,usi " o evisee refiuis tbe sseswr. Ae.li
tBll fKCUUNB CO.. Olevslud, Okie.
For salt by JOHN H. PHELPS, Pharmaetat, cor. Wyoming Avenutanal
Sprue Street, Scranton, Pa.
Bet ire and Alc.r lnug.