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THE .SCR ANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MOItNTNQ. OCTOBER IS, 1891.
MINE, MILL AM) KAILKOAD.
The Mayfteld breaker of the Hillside
Cual and Iron company Is said to be
one of the most complete mining
plants and largest In the world, and
Is owned by the Erie Hallway com
pany. Recently electric plants have
been placed In the mines for liKhllna
them and for power to move the cata
und elevate the coal, duintr away en
tirely with mule power. The miners
are greatly pleased with the now. or
der of things, as It enables them to ac
complish more and with greater ease
than when wrkiiig with miners' lamps,
while it greatly lessens the danger of
explosion. It is stated that a man can
now load seven of the cars used in a
mine with the new facilities that elec
tricity affords as quickly as ho could
three with mule power and miners'
It is not unlikely that permission will
be asked by the trolley companies of
the next Pennsylvania legislature to
carry only the lighter class of general
merchandise freight. If this bill passes,
und Is allowed to apply to local trallic In
large cities, it will, as the Stockholder
shrewdly points out, mean a revolu
tion In the manner of handling such
traffic, and the blow will be heaviest
upon local express and transfer coin
jianles. It would, of course, necessi
tate the construction of special cars,
but the returns would undoubtedly Jus
tify the expenditure. Indeed, the haul
ing of trunks and other luggage in a
large city, would prove a source of big
Income. It is not known how soon the
movement to secure these privileges,
will be centralized, but that the effort
to secure them will be concentrated in
a single body or organization is now
Two new railroads Into West Virginia
pro now projected. Several Went Vir
ginia and Pittsburg capitalists are in
terested One line will connect with the
Baltimore and Ohio at or near Point
Marlon, running up the Valley of Cheat
river twenty-live miles to Kingwood,
where It will met the Tunnelton, King
wood and Pairchance narrow gauge
railroad, which runs south to the mnln
line of the Baltimore and Ohio. The
other line will tap the Baltimore and
Ohio somewhere between Point Marlon
und Fairmount, probably nt Morgan
town. It will be over forty miles long.
The country to be tapped by both of these
lilies Is rich in iron ore, timber, lime
stone, glasshouse sand and the best
coal und lire day.
Much has been said of late about the
Jiadness of the past nine months In a
railway sense; but the concentrated
llgures of the Hallway Age put even
this patent fact in a new and decidedly
more vivid light. The total number of
roads for the period from Jan. 1 to Oct.
1, 18SI4, to go under receiverships is 3-.
These represent 6.254 miles of track, a
funded debt of $1S5.U7S,500 and a capital
Htock of $170,578,000 or a total Indebted
ness In all of $301,6.16,500. The work of
reorganizing bankrupt roads by means
of foreclosure and purchase for new or
ganizations has gone on very rapidlj
tills year. During the last three months
15 roads, with 3,187 miles of line, ana
over $180,000,000 of bonds and stock
have passed through this process, nine
of them going toward making up the
new Southern Railroad company,
which Is founded on the ruins of the
Itichmond and Danville and East Ten
nessee. Virginia and Georgia systems.
Added to previous figures for six
months they give a total of 31 roads,
aggregating 4.503 miles and represent
ing nearly $257,000,000 of securities
which have appeared under new names
and ownership during the nine months
just past. The foreclosure record ot
the entire year 1S93 is already largely
exceeded in number of roads, mileage
and capitalization by that for the nine
months of 1894. nnd the total for the
12 months Is likely to surpass thnt ot
all but two or three years in the last
The outlook for the anthracite coal
trade Is more encouraging and the
trade has begun to show signs of im
provement during the past week, hav
Ing been more active than for some
time past. The cooler weather has
given a fresh impetus to the business
and stimulated the consumption of coal
for domestic uses, while the demand for
manufacturing and steam heating pur
poses has also increased. The curtail
ment of production continues and is nl
ready beginning to have an Influence on
prices, which rule much tlrmer, and an
advance In circular prices is not now
The new Ebensburg and Black Lick
railroad, which has Oust been coin
Pleted, was inspected by President
Roberts and other officials of the Penn
Bvlvania railroad, and it is expected
will be open for traffic in a few days.
It opens upon one of the richest bitu
minous coal fields in the state.
MINOR INDUSTRIAL NOTES:
Of every 109 miles of railway in the
world 41 are in the United States.
There are 5,466 railway surgeons em
ployed by the railroads of the United
States and Canada.
G. V. Parkton and M. E. Ilaldeman
of this city, will build a wagon repair
Bhon in Stroudsburg,
The agricultural resources of the
Vnlted States are equal to supporting
u population of 1,000,000,000.
Every day there is made in the United
' States one glass of beer for every man
woman and child In the country.
The Pittsburg chamber of commerce
censures the Traction company for run
nlng cars at an Illegal rate of speed.
J. S. Eaton has been appointed travel
ins passenger, agent of the Southern
II THE PUBLIC
BEWARE OF FRAUDS
For the Sake of Profit They Wi
Sacrifice Principle, Health, Etc.
Unscrupulous dealers are trying to sell or
dinary Glauber Suit or a mixture of Beldlit:
Powder as "Artificial Cnrlsbal Snlt," "Spru-
uei salt, "uerman salt or "Improved Carl
bad Salt," and nnder other similar names.
The Natural Remedies of Carlsbad can not
"What Nature makes, man can not im
prove upon." Artificial made wints will
never repUce the natural juice of the grapes.
Neither ean the natural waters ot Carlsbad
nor the CarWbad Sprudel Salt be replaced by
the cheap ubntltute offered to a guileless
publio for th aake of th larger profit mad
thci on by these unscrupulous doal-rs.
No one would bny artificial wluos know
ingly. Why buy the imitation of the Carls
bad prodiK ti wh n your henlth la at stake?
The Car 1b bad Hprndel Wateri are a Bpeolfle
for all dlseatea ot the stomach, ilver and kid
neys, and hava been uaed with great benefit
by hundreds of thousand! of people. The
Carlsbad Sprudel Rait, which is evaporatod
from the Sprudel Water at Carlsbad, is an ex
cellent Aperient. Laxative and Dlaretic; is an
alterative and ellmlnative remedy, which dis
solves tenacioiu bile, allnya Irritation, and
removes obstruction by aiding nature, an d
not by anddon and excessive Irritation, as
most cathartic do. Use the iraoor ed Carls
bad waters, or if It is not oonvnnlent to use
the waters, or when a mora decided laxative
effect is dealred, use the Carlsbad Sprudel
Insist upon the genuine, which Is Imported
dlreot from Carlabad, and must have tbe sla
natura of Eisner A Uundlson Co., Sola
Agent for the United States, 152 and 154
Franklin street, Mew York, oo ayery bottle,
Hallway company for western terri
tory The Wilkes-Barre Traction company
wil extend to Mill Creek by way of the
Bennett colliery, uniting with the sub
urban line at Wright's Corners.
A war between the rival street car
lines in Savannah has been in progress
all summer, and fjres have gradually
been reduced until yesterday one of the
lines announced two rides for one cent.
The western roads are again agitat
ing the estubll.slung of joint offices at
t:ie principal competitive points, think
ing this will lead to a solution of the
The Pennsylvania road has fixed a uni
form rate of $3 per month on all em
ployes' tickets for thirty-five miles out
of Pitsburg, which is considerably be
low any former rate.
The Reading company Intends to
build a large storage plant nt Port
Richmond to cost about $lf.0,C ; it is
estimated that the plant will sa.ve the
company $38,000 a year. '
Jollet, 111., is booking a fine of $lu
a day against each of the six railroads
which pass through the place, because
they neglect to obey an ordinance for
the elevation of the tracks.
The Pennsylvania railroad freight
agent at. Chicago says general business
is very quiet, but it was equally quiet a
ear ago, and he does not look lor much
ailing olT in freight earnings from last
In dressing down an axle at the
Pennsylvania shops at Fort "Wayne,
lnd. , recently, a machinist turned off
steel shaving twenty-two feet long.
This is two feet longer than the one
exhibited at the World's fair.
Thomas E. Piatt, of New York, holds
024 of the 5.200 shares of stock issued
by the newly chartered (laleton and
Coudersport railroad, which is to run
from Galcton to Coudersport, Potter
county, a distance of twenty-six miles.
The Southern lines are building a
good deal of new equipment. The South
ern railway, last week, let a contract
for 500 freight cars: the Atlantic and
Ireat Northern for 300 box cars, and
other lines are in the market for cars.
Chairman Blnnchard. of the Central
Traffic association, hns called a meet
ing of the general managers of the
roads in the association at Cleveland,
Oct. 23, to consider vital questions af
fecting earnings of roads in their
The City Railway company of Ber
lin lias adopted the nlckel-in-the-slot
plan for seeling tickets during the busy
hours. The improved machines are so
constructed that the coin drops out
again If a wrong one has been put In,
or if there are no more tickets.
C. S. Wight, general freight agent
for the Baltimore and Ohio railroad,
and R. M. Frazer, general freight agent
for the same system southwest of Cin
cinnati, accused of discriminating in
freight rates and in charging a rate
less than the legal one, were convicted
The largest ropes in tho world, It is
said, are those being used by a New
Belford firm, to be used on the driving
wheel in the engine room of the Chicago
Cable railroad company. There will be
twelve ropes, each measuring 3 inches
In diameter, 11 Inches) in circumference
and 1,200 feet in length.
Statistics show that in the year
ended June 30, 34,788 locomitives were
in seiMee, 27,000 of which were equip
ped with air brakes. There were 1,274,
946 freight ears in use, of which 271,207
were equipped with air brakes. The
total number of freight and passenger
cars so equipped was 299,011. There
are now half a dozen air brakes pat
The coal tonnage report of the Read
ing railroad for the week ended Oct. 13,
shows that the company is doing its
share toward preventing the general
market from being over-stocked. The
total shipments were 290,439 tons,
against 300,585 tons the same week last
year, an increase of 16.1 16 tons. For the
year to date tonnage aggregated 10,349,
535 tons, against 11,262,875 tons for the
same period last year, a decrease of 913,
The passenger locomotives which the
Brooks Locomotive works are building
for the Illinois Central will weigh sixty
tons, have a boiler sixty Inches In
liameter. wagon-top type, and sixty-
nine-inch driving wheels. The locomo
tives will have 241 two-Inch flues, and
be very complete In modern improve
ments. The Mogul engines which the
Rogers Locomotive works are build
ing will weigh sixty-four tons, have 1j
by 24 inch cylinders, and 5G', inch driv
STOCKS AND BONDS.
By the United Tress.
New York, Oct. 17. Early develop
ments in the financial world rather fa
vored those operating for higher
prices for stocks. The most Important
feature came in the shape of a re
duction In sterling exchange of 1 cent,
which leaves gold exports out of the
question. At once the small bears be
gan to cover and with the assistance of
some excellent buying of American
Sugar, prices moved up ?4 to per cent.
The rise In Sugar was attributed to In
side buying. The market held well tin
til it was announced that the Baltimore
and Ohio had reduced its semi-annunl
dividend per cent, to 2 per cent. This
with a recovery in Bterling exchange
led to realizations and pivces receded
to lVt. The general list closed about
steady. Total sales were 195,025 shares,
of which 29,720 were bugar.
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 14. Dlmmlek, man
ager of William Linn, Allen & Co., stock
brokers, 412 Spruce street, Scranton,
Open- High- Low
Am. Cot. Oil
Am. hngar fcti
A. M. T
At. ..'I op. & S, R
Kay State Has
Cuu. Southern SIHj
Cliesap :uke Ji Ohio. I"
Chicuifo Has 4'i
Chicago N. W 103
Chicago, B. & Q 72'4
C. C. & ft. L
C, M. & f-t. Paul... 00
Chic , K. I. & Pac... HIJ4
Dul. & Hud
D , L. & W 166
Pist. & C. F U!fS
Uenernl Electric... ,. 3oVj
Lake Shore liftl
Louis, & Nash 'M'ri
Manhattan El 10!)
Mo. Pan IK
National Cord ige...
Nat. Lead 3!l
Newler. Cent lllfi'lj
New York C ut V.i
N. Y. & N E 5v?i
N.Y., LE. & W.... 14
N. Y., 8. & W
N. Y.. S. Sc W pr
Nor. Pnc pr
Ontario Western.. 10WJ
li 16 Pit
is? iw i'4
l-itj 174J 17$
ti' 'Hi 'iii
Hi ii" ii"
87 '86)4 8t
Phil. Ss Reading INki
Rich. & NV. P 1T?J
Tenn. C. & I.
Texas Pacific V
Union Puciuc H?b
Wabash, pr 14
Western Union 86
CHICAGO BOARD OP TRADE PRICES.
Open- High- Low Clos-
, 7 22
New York Produce .Market,
By the United Press.
New York, Oct 17. Flour Weak,
rlnmnnrl. freelv nfTnrnl
Wheat Fairly active, firm; No. ,'2 red
store and elevator, W!ia5ue.; afloat,IG5c.;
f. o. b., KaKHc: ungraded red, BOaSIc: No.
1 northern, Mature; options cloned tirm at
urn-hanged prices; October. 64!c; No
vember, 04e.; December, Kc; March,
iHv.; May, tsoc.
Corn-Dull, tlrmer; No. 2, W'iaKV. ele
vator; options were dull and unchanged;
October, and November, 5oc.i December,
ww.; junuary, bZ'.ac: Way. 63c.
Oats Dull, firm; options moderately ac-
iive, nrmer; ucloDer, iUSic.; November,
oii;.; 1'eeeniner, itt'tiC.; January, 3J'Ac.
Siay, 34ic; No. 2 white, 35c; No. 2 Chi
cago, Sic; No. 3, 3l,c; No. 3 white. UV-c..;
mixed western, S2a32!ic; white do. and
wniie state, SoaSi'.jC.
Tlereed Heef Dull, steady.
Cut Meats Quiet, easv.
Lard Unlet. weak: western steam dosed
?''; city, ike; option Males, none: re-
tinea, quiet; continent. $8.25; South Amer
ica, s.i; umpouml, native.
I'oik (Juiet, steady.
flutter Fancy steady, fair demand;
state dairy, 14u23c; do. creatin-w. lvr.Sc.;
Pennsylvania do., lSa25c.; wtHi."ni U;iiry,
i-'iuiue. ; oo. creamery, ih.iL' c. . iio. lae
tory, 12al5c; lmltaHm creamery,! iulSo.
Cheese Dull, unchanged.
Kggs Quiet, choice steady; state and
Pennsylvania, 20a22c.; ice house. lSaJfiVsc;
western fresh, 17a20c; do. per case, $2.50a
Scranton Wholesale Market.
Scranton, Oct. 17. Fruits and Produce-
Dried apples, per lb., 63ia7c; evaporated
appies, iuaue. per id. ; rurKisn prunes,
oaiV'jc; English currants, 2a2V4c; layer
raisins, $1.7Sal.80; muscatels, $1.00al.40 per
box; new Valenclas, 6a7c. per lb.
Beans Marrow-fats, fci.H0 per bushel;
Peas Green, $1.15al,20 per bushel: split,
$2.fiUa2.C0; lentels, 5a8e. per lb.
Potatoes liiia70c. per bushel.
Onions Bushel, TOaTSc.
Butter liu'.'.lo. per 10.
Cheese !lal lVj,o. per lb.
Eggs Fresh, 19a20e.: coolers. 17al8e.
Meats Hams, 12c; small hams, 12'c;
sKinnea hams, 13c; California hams. 4e.;
shoulders, SVJe.j bellies, 10c; smoked
breakfast bacon, 12c
Smoked Beef Outsldes. 13VjC.: sets. 15c.
Insldes, and knuckles, lO'jc; Acme sliced
smoked beef, 1-ita. cans, $2.45 dozen.
Pork Mess at $17; short cut, $18.
Lard Leaf in tierces at lov&c; In tubs,
10-V.: 10-pound palls, 1114c per pound; 5
pound pails, llc. per pound; 3-pound
puns, ii''c. per pound; compound laru.
tierces, 7c; tubs, 8c; 10-pound palls, 8c
per pound; 5-pound pails, c. per pound;
pound pans, 8-140. per pound.
Flour Minnesota patent,, per barrel
!.() to $4.20; Ohio and Indiana amber, at
,:.i; uriinam, w.-u", Itye Hour at jj.uv.
Feed Mixed, per cwt., at $1.20.
Grain Rye, 65c; corn, 66 to 68c. ; oats,
I to 4ue. per bushel.
Rye Straw Per ton, $12al4.
llay-$14.50 to $16.
By the United Press.
New York. Oct. 17. A raid by bears al
most caused a panic on the Produce Ex
change today. Prices were forced down
to a very low record, December selling
here at 55c. equal to 63'.c. for cash and
IV. ror tne same montn m Lnicago,
which puts cash wheat there on the long
ilked about 50-cent basis. The break
was on the reiteration of rumors of dam
age to wheat by weevil and heading.
Samples of the supposed damaged wheat
were submitted to the grain committee
for Inspection, and the grain was pro
nounced by the committee to be above
the New oi k oltlclal standard. When
this report was made known the market
allied rapidly, shorts covering treely.
Toledo Grain Market.
By the United Press.
Toledo, O., Oct. 17. Wheat Receipts,
i,'iu nusiieis; shipments. 1.000 bushels
iiaiket weak; No. 2 red cash. 61Vic: De-
emuer. Wit'.; May, 57c: No. 3 red cash.
Corn Receipts. 1.000 bushels: slilDn-.et.1s.
4iw nusneis: no trading.
mils Receipts, 2,000 bushels: shipments,
000 bushels: market dull: No. 3 white
Clover Seed Recelnts. 770 bnshols:
"ash nnd October. .t..irn!i.17'4: Voveinlier.
i.e.:emi er, Juki's; i-euruary, ?j.3U.
Cblcugo Stock .Market.
By the United Press.
Chlcniro, Oct. 17. Cattle Recelnts. 19..
Olio head; market for nood cattle steady;
common to medium weak; common to ex-
tin steers. J2.9ija3.2o: stoekers and feed
ers, $2a3.60; cows and bulls, $la3.60; calves,
Hoks Recelnts. 23.000 head: mnrket firm:
heavy, H.lwau.30: common to choice. $4.50a
o.ul ; choice nssorted, $5.10o5.15; light, $4.60a
om; piks, .wia4.i)j.
Sheep Receiots. 23.000 head: market un-
ehaiiBeil: inferior to choice, $2.73a3.i!u;
lluffuio Stock Market.
By the United Press.
Buffalo. N. Y.. Oct. 17. Cattle-Tleoelnts.
l,i"0 head; on sale, 20 head; market opened
ami nnu weaK, close! steady; good ship
ping to enoice neavy steers. M.swari.ui.
Hogs Receipts, 7,000 head; on sale, 6,200
neau; market opened lOalac. lower, closed
steady and firm: mostly. $5.&ia3.25: nins.
$5.1fa5.25; no choice heavy here.
Sheep and Lnmbs Receipts, 10.000 head:
on sale, 8,000 head: market opened 15020;.
lower with fully 20 loads of Canada lambs
on sale, closed dull and weak; fair to good,
$3n3.G0; good mixed sheep, $2.2jh2.65; luto
sales of best Cuuadus, $4.30u4.35; good,
. Philadelphia Tallow .Market.
By the United Press.
Philadelphia, Oct. 17. Tallow Is dull and
weaK. we quote; city prime In hhus,
4ic; country prime, in bbls, 4ic;
try, dark, in bbls, 414c: cakes, be:
CIGARETTE DID IT.
Two Hoys Horribly .Mutilated by the Ex
plosion of Powder Caps.
By the United Tress.
Mokulume Hill, Cal., Oct. 17. Ceorge
and James Tipp, aged 9 and 17, respect
lvely, were horribly mutilated and
probably fatally Injured by the explo
sion or a box or giant powder caps.
The left hand of James was torn to
shreds, necessitating amputation. His
eyesight was destroyed and his head,
race und upper part of his body was
filled with fragments of metal from
capshells and the metal box in which
tUey were contained, George was as
James hand was found near the
place, still holding a half-burned cig
arette. It is supposed the boys found
the box near the roadside, and in ex
amining the contents a spark from the
cigarette caused the explosion.
DIED A RECLUSE.
Mrs. Znng Was Onco a Leader of Swell
By the United Press. '
Chicago, Oct. 17. In the county
morgue lies the body of Mrs. Elizabeth
Znng, known at one time in Denver as
a leader of society and the wife of
Philip Zang, the millionaire brewer of
.Denver. Twelve years ago a dis
agreement nrose between Mr. and Mrs.
Zang, and the latter with a large sum
of money and a handsome allowance
came to Chicago. -
Bhe lived the life of a recluse, and
made no acquaintances. Her dead
body was found by a grocer who came
to take her order. Death resulted from
WILL OPEN NEW WORKS.
(.oxo Ilios. & Co. Are Going to Tap a
Peerless Coal Field.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Hazleton, Oct. 17. Coxe Bros. & Co.
win soon aeveiop some or their fine new
coal lands, which are situated east of
New Silver Brook and no great distance
from No. 1 colliery and extending from
me line oi me silver urook Coal com
pany, three miles east to (juakake Val
ley, representing a tract of .about 150
This expansive area Is aald to be re.
plete with the richest deposit of anthra
cite that hns yet found Its way Into the
market, not one pound of which hag yet
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castor),
When she was a Child, she cried for CastorU.
When she became Miss, she clung to Cantor!,
When she had Children, she gave than Castorl
WANTS OF ALL KINDS COST THAT
Mll'H, WHEN PAID FOR, IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT
1H MADE, NO CHARGE WILL BE LESS
THAN 25 CENTS. THIS RULE AP
PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS, EX
CEPT SITUATIONS WANTED, WHICH
ARE INSERTED FREE.
WANTED - ACTIVE SALESMEN TO
Handle our line, no peddling. Salary, io
per month and expenses paid to all.
Goods entirely new. Applv quickly. P. O.
doi, twuB, .tsoaton. 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.
Helo Wanted Females.
LADIES -TOUR NAME SENT ON
stamped envelope will give you steady
work, good salary. No canvassing. Net
tie Harrison, San Francisco, Cal.
WA NTED FIVE OR TEN SHARES OF
Consumers' 1cm Cnmiianv slock. Ad
dress, statlne ouantitv and price. Z. D..
FOR RENT-SIX ROOM HOUSE ON
West Lflcknnrflnnn nvenilp Ariilt-pga
Thomas E. Evans, rear 1132 Luzerne, Hyde
FOR RENT -ONE-HALF STORE.
Penn avenue, $30 per month.
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED
hall suitable, for lnilira rooms. JOHN
jbitMYN, 119 Wyoming avenue.
FOR SALE TWO-HORSE TEAM, BUG-
gy ana Harness. A bargain.
JOHN H. FELLOWS.
418 Tenth street, City,
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCK.
noiuers of the Scranton Packing com
pany will be held at the office of the com
pany, at Scranton. Pa., on Tuesdav. Oct.
, ma, at a o ciock p. m.
J. L. CONNELL, Secretary,
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In the forenon under an act of assembly.
entitled "An act to provide for the incor
poration nnd regulation of certain corpor
ations," approved April 29, 1874, and the
several supplements thereto, by C. (J. Bo
land, Charles Du Pont Breck, Kzra II. Rip
ple, P. D. Manly, Jacob F. Miller, Jacob
Kurz, lctor Koch and others for tho
charter of an Intended corporation, to be
called the "Progressive Building and Loan
association" of Scranton, Pa.
The character und object of which is
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riodical contributions of the members
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and for these purposes to have, possess
and enjoy all the rights, benefits and priv
ileges conlerred by the act or assembly
aforesaid, and Its supplements.
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October 4, 1894.
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SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
man. Can speak Ave dllierent kind of
lnncuaires and had nve years experience
In clothing and gents' furnishing goods
and two years In shoe line; age, 20. Ad
dress P. K., Tribune building.
WANTED SITUATION AS OFFICE
sirl. Can furnish good references and
exuect low wages to start with. Anxious
for worK. Age is. Auureas iu. v;. a., uiu
Forge, Lacka. Co., ra.
SITUATION WANTED FOR WASH-
lng or scrubbing or any kind of work by
the day. can or auuress u. ts., &H rs.
Sumner avenuo, city.
SITUATION WANTED AS CLERK -
Have had experience in the business.
can rurnisn me very oesi or reference.
Address u., aox 4, Montrose, i'a.
YOUNG MAN WOULD LIKE A POSI
tlon in grocery store, witn Borne experi
ence. Apply M Minin avenue.
SITUATION WANTED IN STORE OR
otllee. typewriting preferred, bv a votini?
ladv aged Zf, wen euueateu. small sa nry
expected. jnss tv., e-i ueiuware street
B1TUATION WANTED BY A GIRL TO
do light nouseworK. Aauress no. ZUreck
SITUATION WANTED-YOUNG MAN
desires a situation as DOOKKeener. 10 it
perienced and good references. Willing to
begin on small wages. Auuress j. w. L.,
43( Wyoming avenue.
SITUATION WANTED BY A WOMAN
to do house cleaning or omces. or wash.
ing by the day. Address J. C, 330 Twen
tieth streot, Hyde Park.
AN ACTIVE RELIABLE MAN, WITH
good references, oi middle age wishes
emulovment. Quick and correct In
ures, Ave years experience as single entry
bookkeeper and clerk. Will work for any
wages mtii win pay uuaiu. Auures w. ii
SITUATION WANTED YOUNG MAN
of good habits would like Job around
horses. J, 13., 313 1' list street.
ROOF TINNING AND SOLDERING
All done away with by the use of HART-
MAIN S rATKNT PAINT. Wh ch consist
of ingredients well-known to all. It can be
applied to tin, galvanized tin, sheet Iron
roofs, also to brick dwelinga, which will
prevent absolutely any crumbling, crack
ing or breaking: of the brick. It will out.
last tinning of any kind by many years,
and It's cost does not exceed one-dfth that
of tho cost of tinning. Is sold by the job
or pound. Contracts taken by
AWXUNtU HAKXMAJiiM, EI7 Birch St.
OUR ARMY IS WEAK.'
It Will Take It On Year to Equip It with
New Rifles. :
By the United Press.
Washington, Oct, 17. The work of
equipping the troops of the regular
army with the new magazine rifle Is
progressing as rapidly as the limited
plant of the Kprlngtleld National
armory wil permit.
At this rate It will be about a year
before our small army Is brought up to
a modern standard by being supplied
with magazine guns.
The first trial of Dr. Wood's Norway
Pine Byrup wil satisfy any one that the
lung-healing virtue of the pine tree ha
now been refined Into an affective and
convenient couph medicine. Bold by all
dealers on a guarantee of satisfaction,
Bannockburn Suitings, 54
Don't fail to look these
Silk and Wool Mixed Novelties, 40 inches wide, one of the
011 our punters.
Dress Robes, High Class Novelties, at the price of cheap goods,
runy one-tnira under
Our $10.00 Robes attract great
Is anywhere made than is manufactured right here in--
Scranton by the
WYOMING AVE., SCRANTON.
STEIN WHY S SON
KRANICH & BACK
STULTZ I BAUER
Also a large stock of first-class
Win, Linn Allen
Buy and sell Stocks, Bonds and Grai
on New York Exchange and Chicag
Board of Trade, either for cash or or
12 hpruce street.
LOCAL STOCKS A SPECIALTY.
G. dnB. DIMICK, Manager.
Maloney Oil and
141 to 151 MERIDIAN ST,
Foe thirty year
Ducbcr Watch Caici
have been endorsed by
every prominent dea
ler in theUultcdStatcs.
Tho Puobor trade
mark in this country,
I and tho Hall mark In
I England are a guaran
tee of pure metal. 17
Jewel Ilampdcu move
ments in Dueber cases
stand at tlie head. -
If your dealer does not keep mir watches mall
in your address and wo will send you the
iari! of a dealer who does. Tub Iiukukb
Watcii WOBKa, Cauuin, O.
THE SOUTHWESTERN LIMITED
runs dally via
BIG 4 ROUTE
(Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St.
Louis Ry.) bbtwoen
Columbus, Springfield, Dayton, Indian
apolis, Peoria and
with magnificent Wagner Bleeping enrs.
Combination Library and Cafe care. Ele.
gant Coaches and Dining cars.
" Tbe Finest Train In America."
Bsc that your tickets read via th
. BIG 4 ROUTE.
Tim tables and Information cheerfully
furnished on application to
8. 3. GATES, Oen'l Eastern Aft't,
40 Exchange St., Buffalo, N. T.
M. E. Ingalls, President; D. B. Martin.
General Passenger Agent; K. Ci McCor
tnlclc Traffla Uanagsr, CloeUuiaU, 0
b 0 u
lL ADJUSTED m
inches wide, strictly all wool, 6
regular prices. From
Our Neighbors Get $14 for the same.
WALLACE 209 Washington Ave.
CHEAPEST IRON BEDS IN
May be hidden Imperfectly by cosmetics
ana powders, out can only be removed
Hetzel's Superior Face Bleach
It will positively remove FRECKLES.
TAN, MOTH, 8ALLOWNES8, and cure
any diseases or tne sKin, sucn as ri.ti
PLES, ACNE, BLACKHEADS, OILI
NESS and renders the skin soft and beau
tiful. Price 1 per bottle. For sale at
E. M. HETZEL'S
330 Lacka. Ave., Scranton, Pa.
CLEARING SALE CF
A Child's Bieyele,Rubb9r Tire, naw
A ( htkl's Bicycle. Snrtr Tire, new 10
A Buy's Bicycle, Rubber lira, new 1
A Boy's Blcy.lu, Rubber Tire, n-.-w 18
4 Boys' or Girls' Bicycle Cushion Tire,
new 00 down to 8
1 Youth's Bicycle Pneumatic Tlre.new.. 85
I Viator B Bicycles, Pneamatic Tire.sao-
ond hand 10
1 V.otor B Bicycle, Pncumatio Tlrs, new 80
1 Secure B cvoie, Pnoumatlo Tire, ae
ond-i and 60
1 Lovel Diamond B oycla, Solid Tire,
1 Ladies' Bicycle, Solid Tire, second
hand i 88
2 Victor A Bicycles, Solid lire. 'second
I Viotor C Bicycle, 1H in. cushion Tire,
1 Victor B Bicycle, 1H In. Cushion Tire,
1 Columbian '9! Bicycl,PneumatioTlre, 88
1 Cbalnless Bicycle, Pnenmatio Tire,
Dearly new 100
Come Early for Bargains.
Lawn Tennis Racquets at a dis
count of one-third for
J. D. WILLIAMS 5 BRO.
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.
For parity, and for Improvement of the com
plexion. nothing equals Pouoitis Powder.
rmiin prwi ma iwpaf bw inaimiva irws
UhtVoro nopUenrtd,frw bt mail ffhMRotBDri" ;
u Mtrearrfkii, Our Mnprlo Remedy wiiifT
0 1U UL
Price, 48c. a Yard.
Atlantic Refining Co
Manufacturers and Dealers In
Linseed Oil, Napthaa and Gaso
lines of all grades. Axle Grease,
Pinion Grease and Colliery Cora
pound; also a large line of Par
a Hlne Wax Candles.
We also handle the Famous CROWN
ACME OIL, the only family safety
burning oil in the market.
Wm. Mason, Manager;
Office; Coal Exchagne,
Works at Pine Brook.
lloosic Powder Go,
Rooms 1 and 2 Commowealth Bld'g,
' MINING and BLASTING
MADE AT MOOSIC AND RUSH
Lafflln & Rand Powder Co.'s
Orange Gun Powder
Electrio Butteries, Fuses for explod
ing blasts, Safety Fuse and
fiepanno Chemical Co.'s High Explosives
Yes sir I We
have a specialist
here to fit you who
does nothing else.
Sit right down
and have jour
eyes fitted la a
U If I
423 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Instruments In every senea of th term
as applied to Pianos.
Exceptional in holding their original ful
ness of tone.
NEW YORK WAREHOUSE, No. M
1 119 Adam Ave.,tN ew Telephone Bdg
A. W. JURISCH, 405 SPRUCE ST.
BICYCLES AND SPORTING GOODS.
Victor, Qendron, Eclipse, Lovell, Dia
mond and QUwr Wheals.
ILlIIMU 1 ililCHI