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TIIE RCRAKTON TRIBTJNE TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1G, 1894.
MINE, MILL ASP RAILROAD.
The American Structural company is
the name of a concern recently char
tered In West Virginia for the purpose
of building a $1,1)00,000 Iron plant at
Tonawanda, eight miles north of Buf
falo, N. Y., to be operated with elec
tricity. H. Sellers McKee, Murray
Y; ,ier and M. W. Watson are among
the corporators. During the past week
fifty acres of land have been secured
by the company at Tonawanda. E. M.
Butz, a Pittsburg engineer, will develop
a new process. The plant is to employ
2,500 men and to receive Its power from
the Cataract fower company. The
contract for the power has been let.
Mr. Butz said: "We will make beams
and structural shapes at the cost of
billets, and we will be able to manufac
ture built-up columns at one-half their
present cost. We shall command the
market, especially for sizes of beams
over twenty-four inches, the largest
now made." The principle of the new
process is that a beam is worked sim
ultaneously from all four sides and is
worked besides directly from the billet
into the finished article without any
intermediary heating stage. This will
be the ilrst mill in the country to be
wholly operated by electricity. The
power will be drawn direct from the
At the Pennsylvania Steel works the
production of rails and Bessemer steel
last week was the heaviest of years.
The three furnaces in blast averaged
nearly 300 tons dally. For three days
the Bessemer mill averaged 120 blown
every twenty-four hours. The rail mill
made 4,000 tons of rails during the week,
the largest production In Us history.
On Thursday 816 tons were turned out
nearly a ton to ever two minutes. The
foundry of the Maryland Steel company
is busy on an order for about 3,000 cable
railway yokes for the Columbian Trac
tion company of Washington, D. C. The
ironworks at the Sparrow's Point ship
yards are now working night and day
forces in order to complete the lock
Kates which are being built for the
Kovernmeut. The gates are to be put
at the cascades in the Columbia river,
The autumn seuwon Is being utilized
down In Hazleton by the formulation of
Kllttering new railway schemes on pa
per. Here is the latest, us extracted
from the Plain-Speaker, which proposes
that two roads Join and make one grand
air line between CJotham and Chicago.
The railroads referred to are the Lehigh
Valley and the Pennsylvania. The
Pennsylvania railroad has for years
been straining every effort to lessen the
time between the two cities. The pres
ent shortest route of that company is
via Harrlsburg from Philadelphia,
thence over the Alleghenles to Pitts
burg. The distance by this route is SU3
miles. The route of the Lehigh Valley
up through New York state to Buffalo
is well-known. At Buffalo the Lehigh
Valley makes connections with rail
roads running Into Chicago. The dis
tance in miles is a little more than that
of the Pennsylvania. Now, a much
shorter route could be arrived at by
both companies running through trains
for the west over the Lehigh Aralley
from New York city to Hazleton, from
Hazleton to Sunbury over the Hazleton,
Sunbury and Wilkes-Barre road, a
branch of the Pennsylvania; from Sun
bury to Lewlstown Junction over the
Philadelphia and Erie, another branch
of the Pennsylvania. At Lewlstown
Junction the main line of the Pennsyl
vania would be reached and traversed
via Pittsburg to Chicago. The dis
tance between New York and Chicago
would be 854 miles, or 69 miles shorter
than the shortest line now being oper
ated between New York and Chicago.
Any arrangement that would be entered
into between these roads for the run
ning of trains over this route would be
of immense advantage to both, as the
great volume of travel between New
York and Pittsburg and allot the cities
west of Pittsburg would eventually
travel over this, the shortest line. A
traveler over this line would traverse
the picturesque Lehigh Valley from
New York to Hazleton, a distance of 143
miles; from Hazleton to Sunbury,
through a country of wild and rugged
scenery, a distance of 52 miles, thence 5
miles to Lewlstown Junction, where the
main line of the Pennsy would be trav
ersed to Pittsburg through the grandest
scenery in the country, 186 miles. The
distance between New York and Pitts
burg would be 386 miles. Thus the dis
tance would be shorter, in reality, be
tween New York and Pittsburg, and all
travel, not alone for Chicago, but for
the great and boundless west, would
pass over the route.
MINOR INDUSTRIAL NOTES:
Anthracite stove coal has been sold In
New York at $3.10, or 50 cents per ton
below the official prices.
The production of coal In Belgium
was 19,410,500 tons in 1S93, as compared
with 19,5S3,500 tons in 1S92.
The Van Wickle Beaver Meadow
branch is reported to be in very bad
condition, which will be remedied.
The working expenses of four leading
railways of Great Britain Increased
between 18S3 and 1893 17.4 per cent, and
23.7 per cent.
The Erie, Delaware and Hudson and
the Hillside Coal and Iron company are
doing a rather ragged business just
now, so far as the anthracite coal
trade is concerned.
The Reading company Is mining coal
at 16 cents per ton less than in last year.
The gross earnings of 41 railroads in
the first week in October showed a de
crease of 0.4U per cent.
The Lehigh Valley Railroad company
laid about 2 miles of rails with mitre
cut ends nearly four years ago, and
THE FIRST THING IN THE MORNING
take a little Carlsbad Sprudel Salt in a
glass full of water. That will set you
right and keep' you right, if you're in
clined to be bilious or dyspeptic or con
People wonder, sometimes, why it is
that the Carlsbad treatment, the world's
remedy for habitual constipation, should
be recommended for diarrhtea and such
disorders, too. Simply, because it leads
the stouiacb and bowels naturally into
a healthy condition, whatever their de-rangements-'-it
doesn't accomplish its
results by harmful irritation, as most
pills and purgatives do.
Beware of imitations sold as "im
prover or "artificial" Carlsbad Salt,
The only genuine Carlsbad Salt, with
all the properties of the Sprudel Spring
solidified, has the seal of the city of
Carlsbad and the signature of "Eisner
& Mendelson Co., Agents, New York,",
on every bottle. All others arc worth
during the past Bummer has adopted
this length as standard.
A mammoth coal breaker Is being
erected at Sllverton colliery, a new op
eration near Pottsvllle.' .When ready
for work this colliery will give employ
ment to over 600 men and boys.
The grossearnlngsof 129 railroads for
September, as compiled by the Finan
cial Chronicle, ate $43,395,384, a decrea.se
of $2,78,lfi7 , or 6.22 pef cent., as com
pared with the same month laat year.
The 8-inch,- lti-inth and one of the
12-inch rolling mills and the puddling
mill of the Pennsylvania Bolt and Nut
company, shut down at Lebanon, Fa.,
for an indefinite period, on account of
a lack of orders.
G. J. Grammar, the newly appointed
gontral freight agent of the Lakd
Shore, is going over the entire system
acquainting himself with the shippers
and the character of the business
handled on the different divisions.
The Westinghouse Electrical Manu
facturing company is preparing to con
centrate to all of its work to Brlnton. Pa.,
where it has established one of the larg
est machine shops in the world. Pro
visions are made for employing 4,000
For the next two weeks the affairs of
the Pennsylvania Rairoad company at
the general ofllces will be looked after
by First Vice President Thomson, as
President Roberts, Captain Greene and
Third Vice President Pugh will be on
tours of inspection.
The Louisville, New Albany and
Chicago has already received from
Pittsburg sixty carloads of new steel
rails, and recently the Central States
Dispatch closed a contract to bring
an additional 100 carloads, to be de
livered within thirty days.
A force of mechanics are engaged at
the Yorktown colliery arranging a new
apparatus by which the breaker will be
heated. It is simply the erection of a
boiler to arrest the exhaust of the
breaker engine and pumps, and by
means of small pipes run the steam
throughout the breaker for heating pur
poses. Coke shipments lust week from the
Connellsville nujlon aggregated 7.09."
cars. Compared with the shipments of
the previous week tills was a decrease of
042 cars. The circular prices of coke are
as follows: Furnace coke, $1; foundry
coke, $1.15; crushed coke, $1,40; all per
ton of 2,000 pounds on board cars at
Exports of wheat. Including Hour as
wheat, both coasts of the United States
and Canada for six business days ended
Thursday of last week, aggregate 3.317.
04S bushels, which is compared with 3,
243,000 bushels sent abroad the week be
fore, 2,862,000 bushels in the second
week of October last year, 3.625.UOU
bushels in 1892, and 4,093,000 bushels in
The Reading has issued orders to
change the grates in all passenger loco
motives on the Lebanon Valley, East
Penn and main lino divisions, so that
buckwheat coal can be used instead of
the large sizes. It is claimed that this
change will save the company at least
$60,000. Between Philadelphia and New
York, where a speed of seventy miles
an hour is made by some of the trains
every day, buckwheat coal has been
found to work admirably.
STOCKS AM) BONDS.
New York, Oct. 15. The stock market
today turned upon the sterling ex
changes. It was announced that $500,
000 in gold had been ordered for ship
ment tomorrow. It is simply a business
transaction, however. There Is no
change in sterling exchange. Trading
was not active by any means, the total
sales having amounted to only 13$, 000
shares, of which 49,000 were American
Sugar. The market closed weak and
to 1 per cent, lower for the day.
The range of today's prices or the ac
tive stocks of the New York market are
given below. The quotations are furnished
The Tribune by O. du H. Dlnimlck, mun
ager of William Linn, Allen & Co., stock
brokers, 412 Spruce street, Scranton,
Open- High- Low- Clon
ing; eat. est. ing.
Am. Cot OiL H 31 ati 31
Am. Sugar W KIJ-4 84)6
A. Jl. 1
At.. 1 op. & S. F..... SL III r.4
Bav Stat.' Uiis ti-H -244
Can. Southern lit . fait 51
Ch.napw.ke & Ohio.' IK'fi IV 187$
Chicago Has .... U'i T.H TJ'f.
Chicago & N. W N3'a H(!' 0l-?2
Chicago, B. & Q 73 73 V1-& 72?t,
C, C. & ht. L iMij aw 8Vi ffH
C, M. & .St. Paul... Mlty Wi Mi 0O.U
Chic. K, LSt Puc... 5!aJ fi'.l-tj ,W 5!l
Dul. & Hud V-: a:j i:au 1.T2U
1) , L. & W 107 107 111? 107
Dist. & C, F H'-fi '! bH M
General Electric Si; 37 30)4 litly
Lake Shore 18744 135 tWi 17,
Louis, & Xiisli 5Hg 644 ,W KM
Manhattan 1 ill 111)4 lvtll, liJ
Mo. Pao 2(i 21 T, 27;i
National (,'ord.igo... 1214 lsif 11 J1JB
Nat Lead iiH 30 3 1 bO
New Jit. Cent
New York C-iit 8!) W (K w
N, Y. &K.E $i 31 fcij- am2
N.Y..S.E.& W.... 14J6 14?j U-4 Wt
N. Y., B. &W IS If. to 15
N. Y., S. & W., pr.. 43 43 43 ii
Nor. Par., pr 11 17 17kj KM
Oi.tnrio & Western,, lli If.Jn W& lint
I'hil. & Heading 18 l"2 tf;,H
Ilich. & W. P te l8)fi fo
Tenn. ('. & I
Texas Pacittn M'i 1" ' 10
Union Padilc ll l v, mi
Western Union KH t&H 85J6
CHICAGO BOARD OF TR ADE PRICES.
Open- High- Low- Clm-iug-.
eit. ebt. in if.
May WW Wm 671J, (iTtfJ
Dec. ra um r.'ju tcl
Oct 61)$ 61.4 float 6i
May K ,12 ,T.'U 82U
Dec WM, -aj5 ghiii
"'t 2VH X)i 2T;., T,
May 4!'$ 4! sjj;
Dec 4-, 47.4, 47 47
Oct 40 4U 4S1.1 4KH
, 7 05
Scranton Wholesale Market.
Rcranton, Oct. 15. Fruits and ProducR
Dried apples, per lb.. t;4n7c; evaporated
apples, limllc. per lb.; Turkish prunes,
ta!t.e.; Kngllsh currants, 2n2''4c. ; Inver
raisins, $1.75al.80; muscatels, $1.00al.40 per
box; new Valencia. tla7c. per lb.
Hcnns Murrow-fats, $2.80 per bushel;
Pens-Green,, tl.15al.20 per bushel; split,
$2.50a2.0; lentels, 6a8c. per lb.
Potatoes-5a7uc. per bushel.
Onions Ilushel, 70a75o.
Uutter 17aL':ic. per Hi.
Cheese DallHc. per lb.
Eggs Fresh, 8n20c; coolers, 17al8c.
Meats Hams, 12c; smnll hams, 12".o.j
skinned hams, 13c; California hams, 8Uc.;
shoulders, 814c; bellies, 10c; Bmoked
breakfaBt bacon, 12c
SmoKeil Heef Outsldes, 13Hc; sets, 15o.;
lnsides, and knuckles, lG'c; Acme sliced
smoked beef, 1-lb. cans, $2.45 dozen.
Pork Mess at $17; short cut, $18.
Lard Leaf In tierceB at lOVjc; In tubs,
10c; 10-pound palls, 1114c per pound; 6
pound palls, llo. per pound; 3-pound
palls, ll'c per pound; compound lard,
tierces, 7c. ; tubs, 8c; 10-pound palls, 8'fee
per pound; 6-pound palls, 8-''i,c per pound;
3-pound palls, 8c per pound.
Flour Minnesota patent,, per barrel
$4,110 to $4.20; Ohio and Indiana amber, at
$3.25; Urnham, $3.25; Kye Hour at $3.00.
Feed Mixed, per cwt, at $1.20.
Grain Itye, f.5c; corn, ti6 to G8c; oats,
38 to 45c per bushel.
Rye Btruw-Per ton, $12al4.
Kay-$H.50 to $16.
New YoTkvi'roc'u:e Market.
New York, OctAJB. Flour NeglecteiJ,
weak; low grades, Ihvlnter wheat, $1.85a
6.24; do. fair to rum1WI2.40a2.7U; do. pat
ent, $2.(i6a3.29. "
Wheat DulL lower, v,h options', clos
ing linn; No. 2 red store ?"11 elevator, 541
afiOCiio. : afloat, Sfic; f ojJ- fi5a5r,',4c; un
graded red, Coautio.; No llf orthern, 64nG!c.
Outlons were dull ,,.,,Jtili'd and ulo.
lower; December selllngllt 12c. under pre
vious low recoru; Uctotf "'!ic; Novem
ber, D4c; December, tijte.; May, OOc.
Corn Dull, lower, cldnK tlrm; No. 2,
55a551ic.: BS'iC afloat tptlons wore dull.
weak at 'aQ. Ucchfiu; Octobor, 54c;
November, B4'4c; December, D2c.; May,
uu is Moderately active, weaker; op-
t Inn s tltill n.....ln.. mi .
vomber. 31c; December, ZLc. May,
cember, 36c; spot prices, No. 2, 314o.i
824c; No 3, 3Wie.; No. 3 whUe.&ifeo.;
imiacu wcsium, utuuftc.; wnuo ao., ana
white state, 35a3Slc.
Jif Ullint funiilu 1fto10. nro tnoao
lieer Hams Dull, Jl
Tierced iieef-Hull, teady; city extra In
dia mess, Jlal6.50.
Cut Meats Quiet, steady; pickled bel
lieH, hi.; pickled shoulders, tic; plcklud
hams, 9Ual0c; middles, nominal.
Lurd (juiet, uteaUy ; western steam, $8.05;
city, 71iii7!4c; October closed $8.05; Junu
ary. rcllned, dull; continent, JS.W;
South America, $$.73; compound, 6a6'4c.
1'oi k Dull, steudy; mesa, JHJOalo.iO; ex
tra prime, $14.
14uttr Moderate demand, fancy Arm;
state daily. 14u23c.; do. crcumery, 18u2f.c;
l'ennsylvania do., Iba20e.j western dairy,
12'jaltic. ;do. creamery, 15u"0c. , do. fuclory,
U'alSc; Elgins, Sic; imitation creamery,
Cheese Quiet, large cream nominal;
state large, Salome; do. fancy, luftc; do,
colored, lo(aloi4c; do, small, 8',ic.
Toledo Wheat Market.
Toledo, O., Oct. 15. Wheat-Receipts,
:3,ouo bustielH; shipments, S8,UO0 bushels;
easy; No. 2 red, cash, 01 Uc; December,
KS'ie.; May, 57c; No. S red, cash, 60V4c;
Coin Ki.ceipts, none; shipments, 1,000
bushels; market quiet; No. 2 mixed May,
Outs Shipments, 10,000 bushels; price
Clover Seed Receipts, 1,150 bags; ship
ments, 7,151 bags; market firm; cush and
October, $5.2714; November, $5.30; Decem
ber, $5.35; January, $5.37'.i; February, $4.D0;
Buffalo Cattle Market. .
T3uffalo, N. Y Oct. 15.-Cattle-Reeelpts
2,800 head; on sale, 4,500 head; market
weak; extra prime steers, $3.75; export
steers, $5.25a5.50; good to choice shipping,
$1.75115.15; fair to good medium steers, $4.75
u 4.(i5; light butchers, $3.25a3.75; stockers,
steady at $2.40aL'.75; yearlings, dull at $a
2.25; feeders, $2.85a3.2D; veal, active, $2.50a
i logs Receipt s, 10,150 head; market dull;
Yorkers, $5.15u5.:; medium and heavy,
$5.3085.35; piRS, $5.35a5.40.
Sheep nnd Lambs Receipts, 8H) hend; on
sale, 20,450 head; market very dull for
sheep; steady for good lambs; good to ex
tra, $4al.4n; fair to good, $3.25a3.75; mixed
sheep dull; por to good, $2n2.50: choice,
$2.ti0u2.8.'i; ewes, $3a3.40; wethers, $3.40a3.60.
Chicago Cattle Murket.
Chicago, Oct. 15. Cattle Uecelpts,24,
000 head; common to extra steers, $2.85a
6.20: stockers and feeders, $2a3.G0; cowb and
bulls, $ln3.50; calves, $2.25a5.75;.
Hogs Receipts, 33,000 head; heavy, $4.75a
E.30; common to chloce mixed, tl.65aS.25;
choice assorted, $5.15a5.20; light, J4.15a5.l(i;
Sheep It ecelpts, 25,000; inferior to
choice, $2.50; lambs, $1.50al.55.
Philadelphia Tallow Market.
Philadelphia, Oct. 15.-Tallow is dull and
weak. We quote; City prime In nhda,
4jc; country prime. In bbls, 4:lic; coun
try, dark, In bbls, 4,,c. ; cakes. 5c; grease
The lirst trial of Pr. Wood's Norway
Pine Syrup wll satisfy any one that the
lung-hcaliiiK virtue of the pine tree has
now been refined Into an affective and
convenient cough medicine. Sold by all
dealers on a guarantee of satisfaction.
THR GREATEST RESULTS
THE LEAST MONEY.
OFFEH THE I1EST MEDIUM
REACHING THE PUBLIC,
IN A GOOD NEWSPAPER,
I S1IM Til
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IF YOU WOULD REACH
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IT HAS BEEN
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WANTS OF ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH, WHEN PAID FOK, IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT
IS MADE, NO CHARGE WILL BH LKS3
THAN 25 CENTS. THIS RUL13 AP
PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS, EX
CEPT SITUATIONS WANTED, WHICH
ARE INSERTED FREE.
WANTED ACTIVE SALESMEN TO
handle our line, no peddling. Salary, $75
per month and expenses paid to all.
Goods entirely new. Apply quickly. P. Q.
Box, 5308, Boston, Mass.
AGENT WANTED EVERWHERE TO
sell the latest aluminum novelties, enor
mous profits, sells at sight, delivered free,
secure territory. Sample in velvet lined
case with full Information, 10c. Catalogue
free. Aluminum Novelty Co., 335 Broad
way, New York.
Heln Wanted Females.
WANTED - GOOD SEWERS FOR
dress making at 326 Madison avenue.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED RESPECT
able lady, call at night or Sunday.
222 Green Ridge street.
LADIES YOUR NAME SENT ON
stamped envelope will give you steady
work, good salary. No canvassing. Net
tle Harrison, San Francisco, Cal.
THREE GOOD SECOND-HAND SHOW
eusi's ior sale. w. J. WElCHtSL, Jewel
er, 408 Spruce Btreet.
FOR SALE-FIVE SHARES CONSUM
ers Ice Co. Btock. Apply to D. E. Bar
ton, Dunmore, Pa,
avenue. Posesslon at once. Rent $22.
Call on or address E. Finn & Son, corner
Olive and Adams avenue.
FOR RENT-SIX ROOM HOUSE ON
est Lackawanna avenue. Address
Thomas E. Evans, rear 1132 Luzerne, Hyde
FOR RENT -ONE-HALF STORE, 320
Penn avenue, $30 per month.
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED
hall suitable for lodge rooms. JOHN
JERMYN, 11 Wyoming avenue.
THREE-YEAR-OLD HEIFER. WHITE
star on forehead, white streak over
shoulders, also white Btreak on back. Red
sides and white legs. Owner can get
same by paying costs at the Hyde Park
pound, 328 South Main ave. If not called
for within live days will be sold according
to law. JACOB MELLICK,
LOST-PAIR SPECTACLES IN LKATH
er case, Detween Clobe store and W y
oming House. Finder please return to
P. O. Box 1110, Peckville, Pa.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCK-
noiuers oi tne scranton racking com
pany will be held at the office of the com-
uanv. at Rnrnntnn Pn nn Tnaailui, nt
23, 1894, at 3 o'clock p. m. '
J. u. cunnell, Secretary.
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by express complete, prepaid. Address P.
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corner Spruce street and Franklin ave
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HOW TO MAKE MONEY IF YOU
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grain or stocks, write for particulars.
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Brokers, 121 Monadnock building, Chicago.
References in every state.
IN RE: TRANSFER OF RESTAUR.
ant license of Martin Bird, Eighth ward,
of the City of Scranton to Peter Hosar.
Notice is hereby given that the court
has nxed Saturday, October 27, 1894, at 9 a.
m. ior tne nearing in tnis case.
WILLARD, WARREN & KNAPP,
Attorneys for Applicant
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
application will be made to the governor
or the Btate of Pennsylvania, on Friday.
tne tweirtn day ot uctooer, inm, by Louise
P. Burt. Grlnnell Burt. John Saver. Charles
Caldwell, Kdgar M. Reynolds, Charles L,
Hawley, ueorge L. weaver, James u,
Evans, under the act of assembly of the
commonwealth of l'ennsylvania, entitled
"An act to provide for the Incorporation
and regulation of certain corporations,"
approved April 29th, 1871. and tne supple
menta thereto, for the charter of an in
tended corporation to be called "The
Scranton Land and Improvement com
pany," the character and object of which
Is the purchasing of real estate and the
ImDrovement thereof and the selling and
leasing of the same, with or without Im
provement, and for these purposes to
have and possess and enjoy all the rights
benefits and privileges of said act of as
sembly and Its supplements.
I'HAKIjKB 1j. HABlil'Jt, wouciior,
WANTED - SITUATION AS OFFICE
. i . 1 (ah imrul Mfamn.iD. .ml
expect low wages to start with. Anxious
ror worK. Age in. Aauress m. w. u., uiu
T . T I . . . ' Tl ..
r orge, iitu'KB, .u., u.
SITUATION WANTED FOR WASH-
Inff or scrubbing or any kind of work by
the day. can or auuress ju o.. &a jn,
Sumner avenue, city.
SITUATION WANTED AS CLERK -
Have had experience in the business
can furnish the very best of reference.
Address F. C, tsox 84, Montrose, Pa.
YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE A POSI
tlon In grocery store, with some experi
ence. Apply 432 Aiiuin avenue.
SITUATION WANTED IN STORE OR
office, typewriting preferred, by a young
lady aged 27, well educated. Small salary
expected, hubs w., ki jjeiaware street.
SITUATION WANTED BY A GIRL TO
do light housework. Address No. 2Breck
BITUATION WANTED YOUNG MAN
desires a situation as bookkeeper. Ex
perienced and good references. Willing to
negtn on email wages. Auuress J. w. L,.,
4in Wyoming avenue.
SITUATION WANTED BY A WOMAN
to do house cleaning or offices, or wash
ing by the day. Address J. C, 330 Twen
tieth street, Hyde Park.
AN ACTIVE RELIABLE MAN, WITH
good references, of middle age wishes
employment. Quick and correct in fig
ures, Ave years experience as single entry
bookkeeper and clerk. Will work for any
wages that will pay board. Addres W. B.,
Tribune office. '
BITUATION WANTED YOUNG MAN
of good habits would like job around
horses. J. B 313 First street.
When Baby was lick, we gave her Castor!,
When she was t Child, she cried tor Castorta,
When she became Ulss, she clung to Castorla.
When she bad Cklldrta, the gave them Gattorl
onnoll) 8c Wallace
At Dry Goods Profits
THE Red JUbel EIGHMIE SHIRT, with Shield Bosom, the most perfect
Shirt of the age. Cut right and made right; fits perfectly around the neck; sets
well on the shoulders.
DON'T PAY $2.50 for Custom Made Shirts when we can fit you iust as well
for half the money.
Our own brand of Collars and Cuffa, "C. & W. Brand," 15 different Shapes,
price, 2 for 25c, or $1.38 per dozen. Equal to E. & W.
We have another lot of those Gent's White Shirts at 50c. each. They are hon
estly worth $1.00 and are advertisted by others as their Great Leader at 59c.
Is anywhere made than is manufactured right here in
WYOMING AVE., SCRANTON.
STEINWAY S SON
KRANICH & BACK
STULTZ I BAUER
Also a large stock of first-class
are known by rail,
road men and other
experts to be un.
equalled for wear
Tbe Ducbcr Watch Works, Canton, ti.
Wm, Linn Allen
Buy and sell Stocks, Bonds ami Grain
on Now York Exchange and Chicago
Hoard of Trade, either for cash or oo
412 Spruce Street.
LOCAL STOCKS A SPECIALTY.
6. duB. DIMMICK. Manager.
Maloney Oil and
(41 to 151 MERIDIAN ST,
THE SOUTHWESTERN LIMITED
runs dally via
BIG 4 ROUTE
(Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St.
Louis Ry.) between
Columbus, Bprlngfleld, Dayton, Indian
apolis, Peoria and
with magnificent Wagner Sleeping cars.
Combination Library and Cafe care. Klo
gant Coaches and Dining cars.
" Tie Finest Train In America."
See that your tickets read via the
BIG 4 ROUTE. ,
Time tables and Information cheerfully
furnished on application to
. 8. J. GATES, Gen'l Eastern Ag't,
40 Exchange St., Buffalo, N. i.
II. E. Ingalls, President: D. B. Martin,
General Passenger Agent; E. O. McCor
mick, Trafflo Manager, Cincinnati, O.
f RUBY JEWELED M
RCJ ADJUSTED 14 9
WALLACE 209 Wartlnrton Ave.
bcranton by the
CHEAPEST IRON BEDS IN
May be hidden Imperfectly by cosmetics
and powders, but can only be removed
Ketzel's Superior Face Bleach
It will positively remove FRECKLES,
TAN, MOTH, SALLOWNESS. and cure
any diseases of the skin, such as PIM
PLES, ACNE. BLACKHEADS. OILI
NE.SS and renders the skin xoft and beau
tiful. Price $1 per bottle. For sale at
E. M. HETZEL'S
330 Lacka. Ave., Scranton, Pa.
CLEARING SALE OF
A Child's Bicycle, Rubber Tire, mw 0
A l bild's Bicycle, Rutnier Tiro, new 10
A Boy's Bicycle, Rubber Tire, new 1
A Boy's Bicyi h, Rubber Tire, new 18
4 Boys' or ttirls' Bicycle Cushion Tiro,
uew GO down to 2K
1 Youth's Bicycl", Pneumatic Tire.now.. 88
2 Victor B Bicycles, Poeuniatto Tire.ssc-
1 Victor B Bicycle, Pnnunmtio Tire, new 80
1 Secure B oyole, Pneuiantlo Tire, Second-hand
1 Lovel Diamond B oycle, Solid Tire,
1 Ludies' Bicycle, Solid Tire, second
2 Victor A Bicycles, Solid Tire, second
1 Viotor C Bicycle, IK in. cushion Tire,
1 Victor B Bicycle, 1 In. Cushion Tire,
1 Columbian Vi BIcycle.PiicuniatloTlre, 8.'.
1 Chninlen Bicycle, Putumntio Tire,
nearly uew 100
Come Early for Bargains.
Lawn Tennis Racquets at a dis
count of one-third Tor
I D. WILOHSs 5 BR0.
314 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Notice is hereby given that
auction sales will be conducted
daily, at 2.30 and 7.30 p. m.,
in the store of C. W. Freeman,
Jeweler, corner Penn avenue
and Spruce street. The sale
is positive and no goods are
reserved. Proceeds will be
applied to liquidate creditors'
JOHN E. LEWIS,
' Manager for Creditors.
A Handsome Complexion
la one of the greatest charms a woman can
posiess. POUONI'S COMFLBXIOH POWDBS
BLOOD POISON iSESSTS
w,av Maalo Rem
edy, und.r imnnty, Wki bj $uw,lw0nK--fu.itinproot.ind
100-tuf book, lllnitritod from
uul Mamryiui, our Mnalo Remedy wup
porilrrclT our.. COOl asafltt i, Ckloom. Ilk I
Atlantic Refining Go
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Linseed Oil, Napthas and Gaso
lines of all grades. Axle Grease,
Pinion Grease nnd Colliery Com
pound; also a largo line of Par
afllne Wax Candle.
We also handle the Famous CROWN
ACME OIL, the only family safoty
burning oil in the market.
Wm. Mason, Manager.
Office: Coal Exchapne, Wyoming Ave.
Works at Pine Brook.
Moosic Powder Go,
Rooms 1 and 2 Commovealtn Bld'g,
MINING and BLASTING
MADE AT MOOSIC AND RUSH
DALE WORKS. '
Lalflhi & Rand Powder Co.'s
Orange Gun Powder
Electric Kattertes, Puses for explod
ing blasts, Safety Fuse and
Sepanno Chemical Co.'s Ugh Explosive.
Yes sir ! We
have a specialist
here to Ct you who
dues nothing else.
Sit right down
and have jour
eyes fitted la a
423 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Instruments In every sense of the term
a applied to Pianos.
Exceptional in holding their original ful
ness of tone.
NEW YORK WAREHOUSE, No. M
1 113 Adams Ava.,!New Telephone. Bdg
A. W. JURISCH, 405 SPRUCE ST.
BICYCLES AND SPORTING GOODS.
Victor, Gendron, Eclipse, Iiovell, Dl
tnond and Other Wheels.