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THE FCEANTON TRIBUNE Till) IiSDAY MORNttTO. NOVEMBER 1, 1S94.
MINE, MILL AND RAILROAD.
An underground trolley . transit, the
dream of all our large cities, seems
to be In a fair way toward consumma
tion If we may believe an article In a
Milwaukee paper relative to the system
of trolley propulsion Invented by Her
luf A. F. Peterson, of the Peterson
Electrical works of that city. Ever
since electricity was first employed for
the propulsion of street cars it has
been the study of electrical workers
to devise an underground conduit
which would be safe and absolutely re
liable. Numbers of conduits have been
devised, but the difficulty with nil that
have been tried thus far is that no pro
vision was made aginst the accumula
tion of dirt and moisture in the conduit
containing the electric conductors. In
fact these objections to the conduit
system have been so great 'that they
have prevented the adoption of same,
and the street railway companies have
stuck to the overhead trolley. The
Peterson system will. It is said, do away
with all the overhead wires and poles,
together with the danger of life and
property resulting from their use. The
Peterson system also does away with
the corrosion of water and gas pipes,
telephone cables and other metallic
property burled in the ground, which
is caused by electrolysis from the
ground return current of the present
overhead system, and it is said to in
volve a saving of 40 per cent, upon
the present cost of the overheud trol
The' principal object of the Peterson
system is to provide an underground
conduit of such construction ns to ef
fectually guurd against the admission
of moisture to that portion of the con
duit occupied by the conductors or
wires, and to prevent the condensation
of moisture on the walla or the conduc
tors or the insulated supports for the
conductors.' The Peterson system also
provides for the ready removal of any
dirt which may find its way through
the slot by which the conduit communi
cates with the surface of the ground.
Another object of the invention is to
provide means for maintaining a circu
lation of dry cold air within the part of
the conduit in which the conductors
are located, in order to keep the con
ductors dry as well as to provide means
for regulating the operation of the ven
tilating apparatus. This system also
provides means for operating the
switches upon the tracks as well as ad
justing rails within the conduit by
means of electric switches located upon
the car and within reach of the motor
man, while the car Is yet at a distance
from the track switch, so as to enable
the motorman to adjust the switch
rails and the conductors to enable the
car to continue straight ahead on the
main track or to branch off onto a side
track, as may be desired. The entire
casing or conduit is located entirely
leneath the surface of the ground, and
is divided Into two longitudinal pass
ages or compartments. The casing of
the conduit may be made of any desired
or convenient form and may be made
from a number of sections fitting close
ly together at their abutting edges so
as to form water-tight joints. In every
case, r longitudinal slot Is provided in
the top of the casing, for the admission
of the contract carrying device, which
Blot communicates directly with one
compartment or passage of the con
duit, which is arranged to communicate
at Intervals with a sewer, so that any
accumulation of dirt or water which
comes through the slot may readily
pass off through these connections to
The second compartment In which the
conductors are located communicate
with the first compartment by means of
longitudinal openings which are ordi
narily kept closed by a suitable flexible
closing device which is engaged by the
contact carrying arm ns the car ad
vances and opens just sufficiently to
permit the pasage of the arm and closes
, ,-1 : .. . i . . . . i. . , .
jmuitTuiaitiy uner uie arm lias passeu.
A steel broom is attached to, the. car
nnd arranged to extend down Into the
first' compartment which has the slot
In its top, and Is arranged to continu
ally sweep any dirt that enters this
compartment to the sewer connections.
In this manner the conduit will be con
tinually cleaned. The second compart
ment containing the electric conductors
are located out of line with the slot so
that any water which may drip from
the sides of the slot will not Btrike the
opening of said compartment or the
closing device. The slot rail is extended
down at he side of the slot next to the
compartmentcontalning the conductors
far enough to carry the water which
enters the slot down past that opening
Into the compartment where the con
ductors are located, and thus prevent
water from entering the compartment.
To prevent aiy condensation of mois
ture on the walls of the compartment
containing the conductors, or upon the
conductors themselves or their In
sulated supports, a circulation of air is
Instead of using trolley wires, which
have heretofore been found to be unre
liable underground, this system cm
ploys metallic contact rails. These rails
nre divided Into sections of about 100
feet In length or of any other desired
distance. Each section of the contact
rails Is connected with a switch and a
safety cut-out device placed in the man
hole, so that in case'any trouble Bhould
occur, the particular section of the con
tact rails where the trouble is located
can be switched off without Interfering
with traffic on the rest of the line. By
means of the safety cut-out in case of
an accidental short-circuit, the fuse will
burn out and thus cut out the section
where the trouble occurs. As the con
tact rails are of considerable size In
H 1 PUBLIC
BEWARE OF FRAUDS
For the Sake of Profit Thoy Will
Sacrifica Principle, Health, Etc.
Unscrupulous doalors aro trying to sell or
dinary Glauber Halt or mixture of Beldlitz
Powdoras "Artificial Carlsbad Salt," "Spru
del Salt," "German Salt" or "Improved Carl
bad Salt," and under other similar namos.
Tbe Natural Kcmsdies of Carlsbad can not
"What Nature makes, man can Dot im
prove upon." Artificial made wines will
never replace the natural juice of the grapes.
Neither can the natural waters of Carlsbad
nor the Carlsbad Bprudel Salt be replaced by
the cheap substitutes offered to a guiloleis
publlo for the take of the larger profit made
tbcieon by these unscrupulous dealers.
No one would buy artificial wines know
ingly. Why buy the imitation of the Carls
bad prod not f when your health is at stnkof
The Car la bad Hprudcl Waters are a spoolflc
for all dlsoases of the stomach, livor and kid
neys, and hay been used with groat bonofit
by hundreds of thousands of people. The
Carlsbad Bprudel Salt, which is ovaporated
from the Bprudel Water at Carlsbad, is an ex
cellent Aperient, liaxativo and Dlaretlu; is an
alterative and eliminative remedy, which dis
solves tenacious bile, allays irritation, and
removes obstruction by aiding nature, an d
sot by sndden and excessive irritation, as
most cathartics do. Use the imported Carls,
bad waters, or if it Is sot oonvenlont to us
the waters, or when A more decided laxative
effect is desired, use the Carlsbad Bprudel
upon the genuine, which is Imported
dlroot from Carlsbad, and must have the sig
nature of Eisner A Mendelson Co., Sole
Agents for the United States, tW and 154
Frsnklln street, New York, on every bottle.
cross section, and are divided Into short
lengths or sections. Iron will be sum
clently good conductors for the purpose.
The. con tact rails may be held in posi
tion in various ways, so as to be per
fectly Insulated from all other parts.
Furthermore the whole compartment is
coated on the inside with a waterproof
Insulating paint. The muln feeders are
laid in metal pipes, thoroughly insu
lated. The contact carrier has an arm
arranged to extend through the slot
ana provided with a lateral behd nr
ranged to bring its lower end into the
compartment containing the conduc
tors. This arm is provided with two
contact shoes so arranged as to slide
on the contact rails so that they cannot
accidentally jump oft from the rails.
The contact shoes are provided with
swivel Joints bo as to enable them to
tuke up any unevenness of the conduct
Ing rail and springs serve to keep the
shoes in proper contact with tho con
ductors. These shoes are so constructed
that the car may run back and forth
without making any change in the nu
justment of the shoes. A wire extends
from each contact shoo up through tho
hollow arm to tne motor, and the open
Ing at each end of the arm Is hermetic
ally sealed. The contact carrier arm is
provided with suitable joints for per
mitting motion of the arm in any direc
tion and springs serve to hold the arm
In its proper position while at tho same
time permitting tho arm to yield freely
In either direction without straining
any of the parts. The contact carrier
Is provided with lever mechanism Dy
means of which the motorman upon
the platform may lift the contact car
rier out of the couduit at a manhole
without delaying tho cars more than a
With this system the same cars that
are used in connection with overhead
wires may be employed by the Blmple
addition of the contact carrier arm
whlph enters tho; slot, and the same car
may be used on either kind of a line.
This arrangement is to provide for sys
tems where an underground conduit
will be required for the part of the line
running through the central part of a
city, and where overhead wires may be
used in the suburbs or outskirts of the
city. The contact carrier will simply
be lifted from the conduit at a manhole
located at the end of the road and held
up underneath tho car, and tho over
head trolley brought into use, or vice
versa. This conduit can, if everything
be true that Is claimed for It, be applied
to any street car track aiivudy in use,
without disturbing the track or traffic,
Here, then, is a pointer for municipal
legislators who want to do away with
tne ueaaiy overhead wire.
MINOR INDUSTRIAL NOTES:
A SOrioUS scarcity nf enra la ronnrtnrl
in the Hasslprnri rpflnn
Moulders at the Weatherly shops
must uccepi a zu per cent. cut.
George Smith succeeds John Fox as
ticket boss at Polerillno nnltlnrv
The Jeanosville Hhnns will mum hrlm
out an improved electrical pump.
coai nas been lound on Daniel Wal
ton's farm in Rntlnr Vnllnv. The pnnl
is a fine quality but small amount.
me rottstown Hosiery mill has Just
started on full time nnd has orders
ahead to keep it running to Its full
capacity for some timc
John R. Taylor aifl Richard Still
man, of Philadelphia, have contracted
for the erection of a machine shop In
Pott3town which will employ a number
The Kannockburn Textile company,
which has erected a large plant. In
Pottstown, will start operations in a
few days and give employment to sev
eral hundred hands.
Another new industry, tho Ingleton
Manufacturing company, will shorts
be established in Pottstown, and the
bhultz Manufacturing company has
purchased a building for the purpose
of making patent locks and other ar
ticles. The statement which has been made
that the Jersey Central railroad will re
ceive the output of the Sllverbrook col
lieries for transportation over their road
after Dec. 1, or not later than Jan. 1,
is set down as a rumor, without any
foundation In fact, by those who are in
a position to ' know . whereof they
The Jeanesvllle mines of J. C. Hay
don & Co., which have, according to
current report, been sold to the Lehigh
Valley Coal company, are among the
steadiest working and best paying
operations In the anthracite region.
The shops are also worked steadily,
being at present crowded with orders,
the result of the reputation for first
class work gained.
STOCKS AND BONDS.
By tho United Press.
New York, Oct. 31. Ptocks rnled firm
this morning and the tendency of prices
was upward until the September state
ment of the St. Paul wns made public.
This report, showing as it did a de
crease in net earnings of $101,5C0, wn3
unfavorably interpreted and was the
signal for a general attack on the
Hangers. In the early trading the
market as stated ruled firm and there
was a disposition to cover short con
tracts In the anthracite coalers, some
of the purchases being traced to brok
ers Identified with Inside Interests. New
Jersey Central recovered 2, Delaware
and Hudson 214 and Lackawanna 2.
The other active stocks moved up U to
1 per cent, Chicago Gas, the Grangers
and Manhattan being most prominent.
American Sugar was quite a feature
It opened steady at 84', broke to HVA
rose to m, and closed at 84. Specu-
Z'RLoSed weuker- Total sales were
iLh.ra?se..futoilny'8 ',,'le,, fr the an-
2ickB.f tha ?w York n,ock market
nihhed The Tribune by G. du ii. Dlmmlck,
manager for William Linn, Alien fe Co
stock brokers, 412 Spruce street, Scran
ton, Op'n, High- Low- Clos-
Am. Cot. Oil 21
est. est. Ing.
21 '4 21 Vi 21
&!Vj 834 m
r'i b 5
4'J-i 494 4!1',i
' 18 17T, IS
7 Hi 7.1 71
1"14 974 99
'. 71' 71ft
3iVa . sou
m r.9ft r,9vf,
60(4 fill',6 0014
.... 122i 123'4
lKHi 15714 1M'.4
1H 9ft 9ft
3514 34 3134
lSl- 131 131U,
53 53 53
307 1 KKtft
OS US Mi
2Sft 27 27
13 J2ft 12ft
39 ' 39 39
951,4 9314 Dift
AS 74 97
30ft 30ft 30ft
12ft 12ft 12ft
42 41 '4 42
' IO14 IG14 Kift
15ft K1V4 151,4
17 17ft 17
17ft 16ft 174
9 9 6
11(4 , lift lift
14. 13ft 13ft
87 80ft 86ft
A ten., To. & S. Fe.
Can. South '. '
Chhsfgo Gas....;.... 7:1
Chic. & N. VV Ml
Chic, 11. & q 72V.-
C. C. C. & St. L. ...... Mai
Chic, Mil. & St P... 1
Delaware H: Hud. ...122
Gen. Electric... .....'35
Lake Shore ..131.
Louis. & Nah...., r3M
Manhattan Klo lliS1"
Mich. Central 93'
MO. Pacific 27'
Nat. Lead 39
N. J. Central 83''
N; Y. Central 98
N. Y., S. &'V., Pr" 4H
Nor. Pacific, Pr 1fi',
Rich. & W. P
Scrnntort Wholesale Market.
Scrnnton, Oct. n. Fruits and Produce
Dried apples, per' lb., 0a7c.; evaporated
apples, lOallc. per lh.;Turklsli prunes, 5a
6ftc: English currants, 2u2'io.; layer rais
ins, $1.75al.80; muscatels, Jlal.40 per box;
now ValenclRs. a7c. per lb.
Deans Marrowfats,$2.40a2.50 per bushel;
Peas Green, $U0aU4 per bushel; split
$2.50a2.00; lenteht, 6a8c. per lb.
Potatoes 0a7Oc. bushel.
Onions Hushel, 60nR5c.
liutter 17u24c. per lb.
Choese 9allftc. per lb.
Ekkb Fresh, 19a20c.; coolers 17al8c,
Meats-Hams; llftc; small hams, lie.;
nklnned hams, 12ftc; California hams,
8ftc; shoulders, V4c; bollles, Sftc; smoked
breakfast bacon, lOfto..
Smoked. Beef Outside. 13ftc; sots, 15c ;
Insldes and knuckles, IGifcc.; Acme sliced
smoked beef, 1-lta. cans, $2.43 dozen.
Fork Mobs at $17; short cut, jl8. 1
Lard-Leaf, In tierces, at stye. In tubs,
9c; 10-pound pails, lOfto. per pound; 5
pound pulls, loftc. per pound; 3-pound
imiis, iu'..c. per pound; compound lam,
tlcrera. lifte.: tubs.'6'ic: 10-uound naild.
7Vc. per pound; 5-pound palls, 7c. per
pounu; j-pounu pans, ivac per pound.
e lour Minnoaotu natcnt. ner barrel
$3.80a4; Ohio and Indiana umocr, J3;
urnnam, j; rye nour, J.
Feed Mixed, per cwt.. SI. IS,
Grain-Rye, 63c. J corn, BOaOlc; oats, 87a
tov:. per uuuuei.
Rys Straw Per ton, $12a14.
Huckwhe.it Flour $2.15u2.20 per 100.
New York Produco Market.
By the United Press.
New York. Oct. SI Pinup nulot ivnnlr
Wheat Dull, ftc. lower, steady; No. 2
i iura and elevator, W;4C.; afloat,
O.T4( : f. O. h.. 5.",.V.Il5(,..'V.n Iinvi-n.ln.1 P,l
5"a5(ic.; No. 1 northern, tMftaiilc.; options
;.u.-"i Bieauy; jNovemuer, M-Uc; Decem
ber, 55'ic; May, line.
Corn More active, firm; No. 2, 61o,
elevator; Me. nlloat; options weak, aftc,
lower; November, 57ft; December, otic:
January, 54ftc; May, 5tft
Oats Dull, easier: outinns fnlrlv nc.
five, weaker; November, 32:!tc; Decem
ber, 231 ,c; January, 3414c; February,
3Wo.; No. 2 white November, Stiftc; De
cember, tafte.; spot prices. No. 2. 3214a
'ic; wo. z wnite, suv.; No. 2 Chicago,
hUT..',. Vn y Mj. u ,..1.0..
mixed western,' 33u;tiftc.; 'while do. and"
wiiiie state, suiukic. 1
Tiercpd lieef Inactive.
Cut Moats Dull.
Lard Quiet, firmer; western Btoam
J.J;; city, tiftc; options, none; refined,
iihiki; continent, 5,.j; south America,
$8: compound, 5Via5ftc.
Pork Active, steudv.
Huttcr Moderate demand, fancy
Hicuiiy; siaie uuiry, 3a22c; io. creamery
17a23c. ; Pennsylvania do.. 17ii2;!c: west
ern dairy, HiUOc; do. creRinerv, 15a23U.c;
do. factory, 10ftn14c; Elglns, 231 ic; Imlta-
uon creumery, lzalsc.
Kkks Ouiet. rholofl firm? ntntn nnd
Pennsylvania, 2Dn2lftc; ice ihounc, 15a
ii'i.c. ; western tresh, 17a20c; do. per ca3e,
2.75al; limed, lGftullic.
Toledo Grnin Market.
Ey the United Press.
Toledo. Oct. 31.-Vheat-Rocolptfl, 5.900
iMi.-ijiriH; HiupimniH, none; market easy;
No. 2 red cash, (Bftc; December, 52fto.;
.nay, uiw.; 1NO. 6 red ca in, iU.O.
Corn Receipts. 5.000 bushels: shin-
ments, 1.000 bushels; market firm; No. 2
uiiM-'i ijccpniuer, ; ftiuy, fiiKse.
tints Shipments, 7.IKI0 bushels; market
quiet; No. 2 white oauh, 3lc.
Clover Seed Receipts, 5uo bags; ship
ments, 425 bags; market firm; November
83.22',;.; February, t5.32Viu5.35.
nuffulo Stock .Market.
By the United Press.
Buffalo. N. Y., Oct. 31.-Cattle-Recelpts,
l.utio head; on sale, 40 head; market opened
and closed dull; good feeders, $3a3.G0; fair
tn irnnil f:it ,.rnv- i." Jii-j-j ir.
Hogs Receipts,' 12,'M) head; on sale, 3.200
iii-mi, iiiui.-it-t upeneti ueiive ana buiii?.
higher; Yorkers good to choice, $lu4.70;
good mixed, t4.fi5u4.70; choice medium,
$4.70; common rough lots, tl.55a4.57ft;
pigs, in active demand at t4.85; roughs,
$3.75a4.10; slugs, t3.25a3.75.
Sheep nnd Lumbs Receipts, 3,200 head;
oil sale, (i.SOO head; market closed firm for
sheep and very dull and fiat for lumbs.
Chicago Stock Market.
Ey the United Tress.
Chicago, Oct. 31.-Cnttle Receipts. 20,
000 head; market weak; common to ex
tra steers, t2.85uK.25; Blockers and feeders,
$2u3.50; cows and bulls, tla3.50; calves, $2.25
Hogs Receipts. 2S,0(yi head; itnarkct
strong; heavy, tl.35n-l.75; common to
choice mixed, tt.23a4.75; choice ussorted,
t4.55a4.C5; light, S4.25a4.ri5; pigs, $2.50a4.25.
Sheep Receipts , 13,000 head; market
strong; inferior to choice, $la3.25; lambs,
Pliilndolplilu Tullow Market.
By tho United Press.
Philadelphia, Oct. 31.-Tallow Is dull and
weak. We quote: City prime In hhds,
4ftu4c.; country prime, in bbls, 4o.;
country, dark, in bbls, 41.C.: cakes. 5c;
By the United Press.
Pittsburg,. Oct. 31. Oil closed at 82ftc;
the only quotation.
CLAIMED TO KE INNOCENT.
Young Woman Mixed I p In a Gotham
Green Goods Sw indle.
By the United Press. '
New York. Oct. 31 tv.ii,.,. -0.i
Gallagher cot n reo-iiini,.n nM i
circular from Illinois recently, and his
correspondent said he had been directed
to send his letter to 290 Third avenue.
There is a caol office at that number
and private letter boxes are also rented
there. Tho circular gave the number
of a certain box, nnd Captain (Inllugher
directed a detective to watch the box
and arrest the person who should take
out the mall.
HIS OrdeiS Were nhevorl nrwl n Vinnrl.
somely dressed young woman entered
me omce, opened tne box referred to.
In the circular and removed several
letters. The detective arrested her and
at that she seemed greatly surprised.
She said that Bho knew nothing about
the contents of the lntlera mul Hint
Bhe had got them for a man nnmed
nnow. biie answered an advertisement
that he inserted in a morning paper
recentlv. she snhl. nnd hn nnfrnir.i h,,
to direct envelopes. The girl has been
commuted to tne custody of United
States Commissioner Shields.
TO RECOVER $300,000.
AIlcghcny-Klnziiu Kiiilroad Company
landholders firing Suit.
By tho United Press.
New York. Oct. 31. Genprnl
R. O'Beirne, on bphalf of himself and
tho other bondholders of the Allegheny
and Kinzua 'Railroad company, has
started proceedings against the com
pany for the recovery of the value of
bonds to the amount of t300,000.
The complnlnt states tho Spencer S.
Bullls and Mills W. Iiarse, the projec
tors of the road, came to New York
from Olean and floated the bonds, giv
ing as security not only the road Itself,
but 46,000 acres of what was repre
sented to be valuable timber land. It
now transpires that the promoters were
owners of only about half the tract,
and of this only about 1,900 acres is
timber land. Tho road runs through
Bradford, Pa., to Corydon, with a
bianch running- to Iledhook, N. Y.
TO STUDY SOCIAL CONDITIONS
Australia's r.x-Attonicy General Is Here
to Meet Labor Leaders.
By the United Press.
Philadelphia. Oct. 30. Sir Henrv
Wrlxon, of Melbourne, is here. He is
ex-attorney general of the colony of
Victoria, ana is in this country under
special enmmlsidon by the government
to Inquire into the stnto of socialism,
the question of labor and to find out
any matter that can have any bearing
upon a federation of Australian colo
nies, which is the greatest question of
the day there.
Three years ago a constitution wnn
framed which took in the best parts of
the constitution of this muntrv. hn it
rell through. Now tile subject is being
Cleveland Must Soon Decide Where That
I'nintinR Is to Hong.
By tho United Press, .
Washington. Oct. 31. President
Cleveland, in addition to' his worries
about his cabinet officers going off and
making campaign speeches, studying
the map for indications of good duck
hunting weather, seeing to it that his
family is properly vaccinated and con
sidering an occasional matter of state,
has another question to solve which re
quires more acumen and brain energy
than anything that has yet come be
He must decide where the celebrated
painting of "Love and Life," which Mr.
Watts, the English painter, donated to
tills government and which has been
accepted by act of congresB, is to hang.
There is nothing llko Dr. Thomas' Kc-
lectrlc Oil to quickly cure a cold or re
lieve hoarsoness. Written bv Mrs. M. J.
Fellows, Burr Oak, HU Joseph, Co., Mich.
WANTS OF ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH, WHEN PAID FOR, IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT
IS MADK, NO CHARGE WILL BE LESS
THAN 25 CENTS, THIS RULE AP
PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS, EX
CEPT SITUATIONS WANTED, WHICH
ARB INSERTED FREli
"lyANTEU KM ERC4ETIO WORKER MOD-
oiuto pay, to begiu yearly rontrant aftsr
satisfactory trial. Call t) a.m. D.M. TUOtoAS,
SALESMAN WANTED IN EVERY TOWS
in Western Now York and Northwestern
1 onnsylvania tr snll approvod securities. H i
application will bo considered from any but
relniblo men, well acquainted in tholr own
community, Itercroncu lnunt be furnished
when applications are made for particulars.
Adilrosi Luck Box 107, ISlmlra, N. V.
AGENT WANTED EVERYWHERE TO
ii- sell tho lutest aluminum novelties, enor
mous profits, soils at Mcht, delivered free, se
cure territory. B.implo in Volvot lined case
witn full information, 10c. Catalogue fre.
Aluminum ..Novelty Co., 833 Broadway, New
WANTr ACTIVE SALESMEN TO
' handle our line, no paddling. Salarr,
S10 per month and expenses paid to all. Goods
entirely now. Apply quickly. P.O. BjX, 5308,
Helo Wanted Females.
housework; 3 conks, 2 dining' room
girls. Star Employment Agency.-ia,1) Spruce St,
WANTED PROTESTANT OIRL TO DO
gonoral housework. Apply 1M) Jeffer
T AD1ES CAN MAKE S3 DAILY BY FOLD
ing and tddreKsing circulars for us, at
home. No canvusaiiiK- Position permanent.
R'.'ply with stumped envelope. MISS MARIE
WORTH, Ashland, O.
T ADY WANTED TO WRITEa!UDO
X a liuht work ut homo; f l i weekly. No can
vass ug. bend stump. Pearl Peak, South
LADIES - Y'OL'R NAME SENT ON
stumped envelope will givo you steady
work; good silury. No canvassing. Nettio
Harrison. San Kriiticlsec, C'al.
Help Wanted Male.
WANTED - RELIABLE MAN, PERMA
limit position. Stump and references.
A. T. MOUHIH, care, this paper.
1X)R RKNT-SliVEN ROOMS AT 4 N.
i- Ninth Htruut, with or without barn. All
modern improvement!). FRANK SHIFFER.
VOli RENT-SIX ROOM HOUSE ON WEST
A Lackawanna avenue. Address 1 HOMAS
E. EVANS, near 1132 Luzorno, Hyde Purk.
yOB RENT-ONE HALF STORE. la) Penn
-L aveuiiD, JI10 r month. .
yoR KENT NICFLY FURNISHED HALL
h ,..?u!t,r,b, ,or IotlB rooms. JOHN JER
MY N, 110 Wyoming uvonue.
Wanted To Rent.
yANTED-TO RENT A HOUSE WITH
cifc'lit or nine rooms, with modoru im
provements, 111 Bcranton or Orcon ltidue. Ad
UruBs HOME. Tribune otRee,
A Frank Lesllo's lllustratod Weok.y War
IllustratioiS 1I11W. Two Volumo Folio,
J10.i0; payable monthly, Sli.CO. Delivered by
express completo, Prepaid. Addioss P. O.
MOODY, (ilK UiliHon stroor, Scrantou, Pa.
LANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS. JIAOA
JJ zincs, etc, bound or rebound ut Tub
Tltllil'.NE ollicc. (uick work. Reasonable
MEAL TICKETS CAN BK HAD AT HI
rornot Spruce street and Franklin ave
nuo. Twenty meal tickets for 53.00. Good
. 1 !
i appl oitioa will 1 0 made to tho Governor
of Pennsylvania on Friday, November 10, lWIt,
by Reeto O. Brooks, Thomas H. Dale, Thomas
H. Brooks, Oeiirge O. Brooks ami John 11.
Brooks, under the Act of Assembly "An Act
to provide for tho incorporation and regula
tion of certain corporations" approved April
20. Is7l, and tho supplements thereto, for a
chnrter of an intended corporation to bo called
"LaHinCoal Company," the character and ob
ject of which is tho mining, prtpirlng,
loading, shipping and selling untlira
citoctalin nil the various branches thereof,
with Mich business as limy lie necessarily np-
Enrtenant thereto. And for theso purposes to
live. jiosHees and enjoy all tho rights, benefits
and pilvilegeS of snid Act of Assembly, uud
WILLAliU, ARRElfl & KNAPP.
fsi, miiu iiiuu-i 1 iuun, uunii iis employment
as clerk iu any (loot 11 1 and reliable store lu
Scranton. A. HUMPHREYS.
SITUATION WANTED EXPERIENCED
(j dressmaker would like to go out by the
day. Address H., -12 Spruco street.
SITUATION WANTED AS BUTCHER BY
a young man with long experience. Can
come well recommended and can command a
good trado and hoard at. homo or with em
ployer. Address BUTCH Elf, Tribune office
Sll UATluN WAN J ED BY A HOOD OIUL
O to do geuorKl housowork. Would prefer
a place in a small family. Address Cedar
"I ARTENDKR a NEAT, SOBKH NDIN-"
J dustrions young man, would like to se
cure a sternly position; is a hustler and can
furnish Al ref rences. Addreis Bartender,
4!0 Lackawanna avenue.
I fcnvo boon luffering trn
yoirs with Erysipelas. IIa8
taken doctors' medicines snd
f stout medicines of most all
Inds, but nemo s.om.d to do
ms any (rood. I finally mvie
no my mind to try Hurdock
Blood Elttsia, Bare used Tour
bottles of B. t. b, and think
myself entirely cured.
Mlts N. J. MoOatlt,
. SoivJoe, Boaver Co , fa.
' . Made a
inuuHtAr SOth Dnv.
prailncas tho above results ln'30 days. It art.
fiowe if idly and oulrkly. Cures whan sll othors tali
Voiidr mu will regain their Inst manhood, sad cli
man will recoter their jrouthtal vuor by iiiId;
RH VI VO. It qnlchly snd sui-ely restores Nrnrout
sais, f.f t Vitality, Irapoteuoy. NiRbtly Umiwlonf
Legt I'or.er. Fulling M.niory, Wsstlns Wtenspo. am
ill elfccts ot slf-biio or sxcoissnd lndlscrctloi:
vhlrh nntits one (or study, Unslness or oi.rrlmp. I
lot ouly carus by tnrtin( tt the srst of dlsocse. bn
issrjrcsl nerve tonic and blood builder, brinp
Ins bsck the pink Blow to iiale cheeks acdn
itorinir the (Its of youth. It ward c9 fnuaait
and Consumption. Iablst on hsvlna RKVlVO.n.
ither. It can be carried in t packet. Dy urj!
11.00 per luckatto, or all for WS.OO, with a poa!
Ito written Rnarsntoo to care or return
he money. Circular free. Addreas
OTAL MEDICINE CO.. 63 Rlsr St., CHICAQ0, IU
Cor sale by Matthews Bros,. Erurslal
Scrantou , l'a.
Worthy of Your Attention.
Specially Adapted for Waists. Beautiful and exclusive designs and
only a limited quantity. The greatest Silk opportunity you have ever had.
75c. PER YARD.
Liberty Satin, all colors. The very latest novelty.
Is anywhere made than is manufactured right here in
, Scranton by the
N. A. liULRERT'
WYOMING AVE., SCRANTON.
STEIN WAY S SON
KRANICH t BACK
STULTZ i BAUER
Also a large stock of first-class
MINING, BLASTING AND SPORTING
Manufactured at tho Wnpwallopen Mills, Lu
aorno ooiinry, Pa., and at Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
Gonoral Agent for tho 'Wyoming District.
118 WYOMING AVE., Scranton, Pa
Third National Bank Building.
TITOS. FORD, Uttstou. Pn.
JOHN B. SMITH & bON, Plymouth. Pa.
E. W. MULI.K1AN, Wilkes-Bnrro, Pn.
A Rents for the Keiiour.o C'hoiiilcal Com
pany's Uigh lxpluslvcs.
THE SOUTHWESTERN LIMITED
runs dally via
BIG 4 ROUTE
(Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St.
Louis Ky.) between
Columbus, Sprlnirfteld, Dayton, Indian
apolis, Peoria and
with magnificent Warner Sloopinir cars.
Combination Library and Cafe care. lilo
gant Coaches ami Dining cars.
" Tbe Finest Train in America."
Boo that your tickets read via tha
BIG 4 ROUTE.
Time tables and Information chocrfulljr
furnished on application to
8, J. GATES, Ocn'l Eastern Ag't.
40 Exchungo St., Buffalo, N. T.
M. E. Ingalls, President; D. B. Martin,
Gononil Pnsonger Agent; E. O. McCor
tnlck, Tralllo Managor, Ctnolnnatl. O.
imm snos cr ino'p. cspitsi, ji.ooo.ots.
HEST Al.nu 8llOK IN THE WOULD.
"A dollar lamtl is a dollar tarnetl."
This T.ailtrs' Solid Prenrh Doniroln Kid IHi
ton lloot dollvorcd anywliiiis Id tho U.S., on
receipt oi man, money tirucr,
or Postal Note for (1.60,
EnM.itn everv wnv Oia boots
aolil in nil retail alnrcs for
fSM. W's maka this boot
ouraslvca, tlieroforo wo guar
antee the fit. ttult nnd uwir,
and if any ono is not aatlalled
ire win rouina iuq bwuvj
Too or common eemt,
Idths (.', P, B, fc Kit.
ica 1 to s son nan
Ues. Stnd your tin;
II n: you.
1 1 M N
WALLACE 209 Washington Ave.
era R Era Q B
CHEAPEST IRON BEDS
TO our patrols:
Washhurn-Croshy Co. wish to assure their ninny rat
rons that tlioy will this year hold to their usual custom
of milling SIKICTLY OLl 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. 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 hus
placed Washburn-Crosby Co.'s flttur far above other
By the Beautiful New Steamships of the
OLD DOMINION LINE to
OLD POINT COMFORT
(HVGEIA HOTEL), OR
And return. Most Delightful Resorts on the At
lantic Coast for AUTUMN OUTINGS for
OLD POINT COHFORT
VIRGINIA BEACH -
A day and a quarter at either hotel. INCLUDING EVERY
EXPENSE of nitalu nnd berths eu route, a day and a quur-
tor's board at either hotel.
Thin trip is an ideal one, as the course skirts the coast, with little likeli
hood of 6enHiukne8.s, and passes in review many watering places and points of
Interest. For printed mutter aud full particulars, address
ni n nfuamiffiM a a tins
111 11 mi ufi mm m t:u
YL L. GUILLAUDEU, Traffic Manager.
Rooms 1 and 2 Cominowealtii Bld'g,
MINING 'and BLASTIiCG
MADE AT MOOBIC AND RUSII
Lafflln & Rand Powder Co.'s
Orange Gun Powder
Electric Pnttorlcs, Fuses for explod
ing blusts, Balcty Fuso and
fiepannoChemical Co.'s HigliExploslYos
Ask to see them.
IN THE CITY.
(PRINCESS ANME HOTEL.)
$17.00 I J
1 ui uwisoi mi 1
Pier 23, Horth River, Hew Tort.
Stand at the Head.
For thirty years
Ducbcr Watch Cosos
have been cailorsodby
every prominent dca
Tfco Duobor trad
nmrU In this country,
and tho Hall mark 1 ,
1 Ennlnnd aro a cuaran-
I tee of puro metal. If ,
Jewel Hampden niovo-
ments in Ducbcr cnies
stand r.t tho lioad.
If your lolcr docs not ltscp our wntchos mull
IIS yOll. DUIireKt uiiu .n mik
name uf n Ui'alcr who does. XkH Iiusass) ,
ViVitU Wouits, Caiitoo, O.
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Ladies Who Valuo
A reflned complexion mnstuse Fooonl
der. It prodneoss soft snd bcantlrul
Vlffli ADJUSTED IS II
AWYft WATCHES Xi'i