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IIE SCRANTON TKIBUNE TIITJTiSDAY MORNING. XOYEMBEK 8, 1894.
Industrial and Commercial.
AN INDIANA TERROR DEAD
He Was a KattlesnaKe and a Verita
ble Giant. '
MINE, MILL AND RAILROAD.
The Lehigh Navigation company has
reduced Its dividend to 2 per cent, for
the half-year, or 11 per share, giving as
on excuse therefor that the demorall'
zatlon now existing In the anthracite
trade had induced a conservative desire
to hUBband resources, It was thought
that the reduction in the Lehigh Navl-,
gatlon comapny s rate of dividend had
a great deal to do with tlje recent de
cline In Jersey Central. The reduced
rate was not expected, and It did cause
some small sales of the stock at a re
duction. It Is a reduction of one-half
per cent, from the dividend of last May
and a decrease of 1 per cent, from the
dividend of one year ago. The present
reduction is due to the depression of
the coal trade. The dividend declared
makes the rate of the year 4Vi per cent.,
compared with 6 per cant. In 1893, 5'
per cent, in 1S92 and 5 per cent, each
In 1891, 1890 and 1S89. The dividends
previously declured have been as fol
lows: 1881, 2 per cent.; 1882, 4 per cent.:
1S83, BVi per cent.; 18S4, 6 per cent.;
1885, 5 Mi per cent.; 18S6, 4V4 per cent.;
XSS7, 4 per cent.; 1888, 4'i per cent.
Assistant Postmaster General Nell
eon has been Investigating the subject
of special mall service with reference
to long electric lines, and has expressed
the opinion such roads can be profitably
utilized for carrying the malls between
local points. This business has always
been considered the prerogative of
steam railroads, yet anumber of trolley
roads are already engaged in carrying
malls, and in some cases, special elec
tric mall cars have been used In which
the work of distributing and cancelling
is carried on in the same way as in the
cars on steam roads. Another direc
tion in which electric car lines threaten
to cut Into the income of steam roads
which they parallel, sttys the Post-Ex
press, is in carrying freight and doing
a regular express business along their
lines. This has been undertaken by
quite a number of roads and has al
ready met with considerable success.
Some of the companies have gone Into
the business extensively enough to re
quire special cars for this Bervlce and
such cars will probably lie required In
most cases where freight and merchan
dise of all kinds are handled. Where
ever this has been tried It has been
well patronized, especially on suburban
lines and outlying places which have
been built up by the trolley roads; The
delivery of bundles of freight In such
districts tends to popularize the trolley
with suburban patrons and draws cor
respondingly from the traffic of steam
roads. Kuril an express-or freight
Bervlce is also In general far more con
venient than that of the steam car. It
is very obvious that in some respects
electric railways have advantages
which make them preferable to Bteam
roads with the public for local travel.
The chief of these Is perhaps the fact
of their taking on and letting off pas
sengers at any point on the route in
stead of confining them to the use of
two terminal stations as In the case of
steam lines. From the experience al
ready gained by the steam1 railroad
companies in the loss of local traffic, it
is apparent that electric roads are Bure
to ultimately provide for this travel
where It is reasonably heavy, and the
question confronts them now whether
to provide electric traction for this pur
pose or to allow their Income from this
source to be diverted into the pockets
of other companies. ( .
MINOR INDUSTRIAL NOTES: 1
The Carnegie mill at Homestead re
sumed Monday on double turn.
The Ohio Southern earned in October
$80,523, an Increase In gross earnings
over October, last year, of $22,091.
In the ten months ending Oct. 31 the
Pennsylvania lines have handled 12,
993,450 tons of coal and coke, a decrease
of 2,193,439 tons as compared with the
game period of 1893.
Says the Indianapolis Journal:
"Through car service between the
Nickel Plate and the Delaware, Lacka-.
wanna and Western has been aban
doned. It had not been profitable, and
the contract was opposed by the other
STOCKS AND BONDS.
By the United Press.
New York, Nov. 7. The stock market
opened with a boom In prices. Sugar
led the list, selling at 89 and 90 against
87?4 Monday. The defeat of the Popu
lists in the west was used as a bull ar
gument and led to purchases. It was
also generally admitted that the change
in congress means commercial peace for
Borne tlmo to come, and this together
with the comparative . weakness of
Sterling exchange had much to do with
EVERYTHINQ SEEMS WRONd
to the dyspeptic. The world is upside
down; the times are out of joint, he's
ready to turn his back upon his best
Now, the thing that oftencst is
wrong with dyspeptics, is their choice
of a remedy. There are drugs and
medicines 011 the one hand the Carls
bad Sprudel on the other. They can't
both be right; there's too much differ
ence in their methods and in their re
Carlsbad the waters at the Sprudel
Spring at Carlsbad have been cur
ing dyspeptics for hundreds of years.
Curing them. Xo remedy in the
world has been so " thoroughly tried
and proved, in all digestive disorders,
stomach troubles, lack of appetite, or
perverted nutrition. Add a little of
the genuine Carlsbad Sprudel Salt to
the first tumblerful of the water, if you
desire to increase its purgative action
Do not be imposed upon by unscru
pulous dealers who will sell you
a mixture 01 bcidhu Powder or
Glauber Salt as "Improved Carlsbad
Salt" or "Artificial Carlsbad Salt,"
"German Salt," or other names. ;' In
6ist upon the genuine article, which
must have the signature of ''Eisner &
Mendelson Co., Sole Agents, New York,"
on every by ttle.
: v : ' ? - t.
the improvement In stocks" and"4dnds.
The market after midday became very
quiet, but in the' last half hour there
was an urgent demand for both ac
counts and prices moved up briskly.
Speculation closed strong, net changes
ranging from M to 1 per cent. Total
sales were 273,000 shares.
The range of today's prices for the ac
tive stocks of the New York stock market
are given below. The quotations are fur
nished The Tribune by O. du H. Dlmmlck,
manager for William Linn, Allen & Co.,
stock brokers, 412 Spruce street, Scran
ton. Op'n- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. lug.
Am. Cot. Oil 17 27V4 271 2714
Am. Sugar He g Co. (Wis 90
Atch., To. & S. Ve... tUi &
can. Houlh DUVii
Ches. & Ohio Wj,
Chic. & N. W 101
Chic, 11. Q 714
C. C. C. & St. L :
Chic, Mil. & St. P...
Chic. K. I. & P (il'4
Delaware A Hud V&
& W 1W
Dlst. & C. F
Gen. Klectrio 37
Lake Shore 133'A
Louis, & Nush fMi
Manhattan Ele 10714
Mo. Paclllc 2!Mi
Nat. Cordage Ill's,
Nat. Lend 414
N. J. Central 93
N. Y. Central Wi
N. Y L. .E. & W... 14V,
N. Y. . N. H 3H4
N. Y., S. & V 15i
N. Y 8. & W., Pr.. 44 'a
Nor. Paclllc 4
Nor. Paclllc. Pr 1S
Out. & West Ii4
Phil. & Read ISt,
Rich. & W. P 18
Texas Pacific lu'i
Union Paclllc 13'i
Wabash, Pr 14'
West, Union 88'
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE PRICES.
Op'n- High- Low- Clos
May ' 59Ti
est. est. Ing.
. Scrunton Wholesale Market.
Scranton, Nov. 7.-Frults and Produce
Dried apples, per lb., fi.i7c; evaporated
apples, Italic, per lb.; Turkish prunes, la
6'4c; English currants, 2a2'ic. ; layer rai
sins, $1.7ual.80; muscatels, $lal.40 per box;
Beans-MarrowfatB, $'J.35a2.40 per buah
new Valenclas, Ca7c. per lb.
el; mediums, Jl.70al.75.
Peas Green, $1.10al.l5 per bushel; split
J2.50a2.60; lentels, 5a8c. per lb.
Potatoes 55aC0c. bushel.
Onions Bushel, 65uWc.
Butter 17o24e. per lb.
Cheese 9ttlU4c per lb.
Eggs Fresh, 2iia21c; coolers, 17al8c.
Meuts Hums, luuc; small hams, SV4c;
Bklnned. hams, 12'ic; California hums,
8'jc; shoulders, 8'ic; bellies, 8V4c.; smoked
breakfast bacon, 10'4c
Smoked Beef Outsldes, 13VsO. ; sets, 15c;
insldes and knuckles, IB',40.; Acme sliced
smoked beef, 1-lb. cans, $2.45 dozen.
Pork Mess, 517; short cut, J18.
Lard Ieaf, In tierces, 9'4c; In tubs,
c.j 10-pound pails, Wtc. per pound; 5
pound palls, 10c. per pound; 3-pound
pans, iu',2c. per pouinr, compound lard,
tierces, 614c; tubs,'6y4c.; 10-pound pails,
ikic per pound ; u-pounu pulls, lc. jx;r
pouna ; 3-pouna pails, ve. per pound.
Hour Minnesota patent, per barrel,
I3.sua4; Ohio ana Indiana amber, $3; Gra
ham, 3: Rye Hour, $3.
Feed Mixed, per cwt., $1.15.
Grain Rye, Cue; corn, 61a02c; oats, 38a
4,'ic. per Dusnel. ' .
Rye Straw Per ton, $12aI4.
Buckwheat Flour-t2.15 per 100.
New York Produce Market.
By the United Press.'
New York, Novi'.'. 7. Flour Active,
Wheat Dull, c. lower, steady; No. 2
red store and elevator, -GOlic ; afloat, 5714a
bi YiC.; I. o. u., f7li,a584c.; No. 1 northern,
toiic; options closed weak at at. bo
Corn Active, easier; No. 2, fiSV4aS9c. ele
vator; D8'jun9c. afloat; November, r,7c.
December, ac; January, 5l'sc; May,
Oats Quiet, steady; options dull, weak
er; November, Slc; December, 3314c.
January, 34'.; February, 35c; May, 30V4c.
No. 2 white December, SGic; No. 2, 32c.
No. 2 white, 36c; No. 2 Chtcngo, 331
34c; No. 3, 32c; No. 3 white, 3Gc.
Tlerced Beef Dull.
Cut Meats Quiet, weak.
Lard Quiet, steady.
Pork Steady, moderate demand.
Butter Quiet, fancy Arm; state dairy
13a22c; do. creamery, 17u234c; Pennsyl
vania do., Iia23c; western dairy, Ual5c.
do. creamery, 15a24c; do. factory, 10a
14c; Elglns, 24c.) Imitation creamery, 13a
Cheese Dull. - '
F:ks Moderate demand, firm; state
and Pennsylvania, 21a23',4c ; Ice house, )5a
17c; western fresh, 22a22i4c; do. per case,
3a4.25; limed, 15'ialCo.
Toledo Grain Market.
By the United Press.
Toledo, Nov. 7. Wheat Receipts, 71,000
bushels l shipments, W),x bushels markot
llrm; No; 3 red cash, 63',4c; December,
B3c; May, RSc. ; No. 3 red cash, C5c.
Corn Receipts, 25,000 bushels; ship
mcnts, 3,ouu busneis; market dull; No
mixed May, 50c.
Oats Rcccnhits. 3.000 bushels: Bhln.
mcnts, iii.uuu Dusneis; market nominal,
Rye Market firm; No. 2 cash, 49c.
Clover Seed Recolpts, 525 bags; ship
mcnts, .412 bags; market firmer; cash and
November, J5.45J!, December, $5.00; Feb
Buffalo .Stock Market.
By the United Press.
liullalo, Mov. 7. cattle Receipts. 1,100
head; on sale, 190 head; early the market
was steady to a shade stronger, closed
firm; western steers, $3.65aS.90; common to
fair cows, $2.25a2.60; veals, $.50a7.!
heavy fed, $2.50a4; light steers, $3.45u3.55.
Hogs Receipts, 12.0U0 head; on sale 3,
200 head; prices 10c. lower; Yorkers, $4.70a
4.75; good mixed, $4.75a4.0;good to choice
mediums, $4.75a4.80; choice heavy, $18ia
4.85; pigs, $4.C0a4.75; roughs, $4.20; stags,
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 6,500 head
on sale, 7,700 head; closed firm; choice
native mixed sheep, $2.75a3.15; fair
good, $2.25a2.C5; culls nnd common, $1.50a
2; prime native lambs, $4.10a4.25; good, $3.
a4; common to fair, $3.2;a3.60; Canada
lambs, $4.10a4.25H late sales at $4.40.
Chicago Stock Market.
By the United Press.
Chicago, Nov. 7. Cattle Receipts, 12,
wo eau: market active and Arm; com
mon to exera steers, $3a3.4); Mockers and
feeders, $2a3.50; cows and bulls, $la3.50
Hogs Receipts, 33,000 head; market
weak; common to choice mixed, $4.30a4.70
choice assorted, $4.55a4.65; light, $4.25a4.55
Sheep Receipts, 14,000 head:, markc
firm; Inferior to choice, $1.25a3.40; lambs,
Philadelphia Tallow Market.
By the United Press.
Philadelphia, Nov. 7. Tallow Is dull
viz.: CRy prime, In hogsheads, 4Mia4e.
country, prime, In barrels, 4V4a4c; Jo,
dark In barrels, 4c; cakes, 6c; grease, 4c,
. An Indiana View.
From the. Indianapolis Journal.
The New York Sun says "Hill has nl
ready gained a moral victory." But that
is not what he wants. He Is working thls
year lor an unmoral victory.
OVER T'EXTY-TW) FEET LONG
Although an Immense Specimen, Was No
torious for His Cowardice, and This
Fact Probably Preserved His Lifo
for .Many Long Years.
A dispatch from Synderson, Ind., to
the Commercial Advertiser, gives the
following account of the death of a
serpent of much note: 1
It Is announced by John Noland, one
of the 'best known farmers In the
county, that the famous snake, the
Madison county terror, that Is known
over eastern Indiana, Is dead, or at
least there Is evidence to substantiate
such an assertion. It will bo remem
bered that several weeks ago a Lafay
ette township farmer who wus cutting
his hay, ran Into his snakeship with
his mower, and the result was that six
feet of tall parted company with the
terror. Several farmers were sum
moned and tho rest of the field cut, but
despite all precautions, his snakeship
made good his escape.
The part of the tall cut off was
ought to this city and put on exhibi
tion. It was almost bIx feet long, and
at the place where the mower blade had
got in its work It was almost six Inches
diameter. Putrefaction made it
necessary to bury the remnant, but
there nre mnny who will make affidavit
having seen It. The snake disap
peared and has not been found. Thurs
day afternoon John Noland nnd his
unds were clearing out a thicket in
the Dismal swamp nnd getting some of
the land ready for drainage and cultl-
atlon. They . suddenly came upon
what seems to be the skeleton of a
snake. The flesh , was all, dried and In
many places worn away by the ele
ments. The thicket was cleared and it was
found thut the skeleton measured n
few inches over fifteen foot. The tail
as missing entirely, it being severed
at a place where the bones would Indi
cate his snakeship had been about five
inches through. This, together with the
fact that the thicket Is less than a mile
from the place where the Madison
county terror collided with the mower,
to his sorrow, leads to the belief that
this is the lust remains of tho noted rep
tile, which had a name all over the gas
elt. Mr. Noland has the bones to bear
out his assertions, and many have gone
ut to see them. They are of a size
that would Indicate that the reptile was
monster, and, if not the . famous
snake, was one that had never been
seen, as it was much lurger, evidently,
than the ordinary Indiana creeper.
The Madison county terror" has
been known as a reality for at least
ight years, and probably longer. It
inuuu us nome in me uismal swamp, a
stretch of land lying between this city
nd Pendleton, which is Just now, for
the first time, being drained and made
ready for cultivation. He was a mon
ster, many who have seen him in this
and the Immediate adjoining counties
estimating his length, at thirty feet, his
width at one foot. The skeleton would
Indicate that he waa about twenty-two
eet long and about eight inches in
diameter at the largest point. Those
who have seen his tracks In crossing a
newly plowed field state that it looked
like a sack of grain had been dragged
along. He was notorious for his cow
ardlce, and this probably served him
well In preserving his life. He had won-
erful speed, and always made his es'
ipe when cornered, in preference to
fighting. Ho lived upon small beasts
and other dainties he could get hold of
without running any risk..
David Croan, who was probably the
best posted on the vicissitudes of this
reptile, used to state that he happened
n Indiana by accident.' It ' was his
opinion that he made his escape from a
circus. He was not a native of this
state, It is certain, as he was ten or
twelve times the size of the common
Indiana reptile. The famous Forepaugh
circus had a wreck in this country a few
years before the terror made his ap
pearance,, and it is thought that he es
caped then. He had no mate and al
ways seemed lonely. The bones, which
have been found, will be boiled and
cleaned, then wired together and pre
sented to the Madison County Histori
cal society, to be placed In the museum.
The tall is also to be unearthed and
cleaned in a similar manner, so that It
will be complete. ,
Didn't I.iko the Combination.
From the Detrlot Free Press.
I would like another room, land
lord," said a mild young man at the of
llce counter of a private hotel.
"What's the matter now?,, asked the
landlord, "anybody committed suicide
next door?" '
WorBe than that,"' 8aid the mild
young man; "the next room is tne par
lor of a suite occupied by a widow and
'Exactly; you've hit It right the first
"The daughter has a piano."
"Well, do you object to the piano?"
"Not In the least, but wait a moment.
The young lady also has a lover."
"Oh," said the landlord, "is he the
"Let me state the case plainly, He
bought her a new waltz, which they
practice together every evening, but
they will never learn it, never!" and
the mild young man sighed.
'Too difficult?" "No sir, it's too easy.
It's called the 'kiss waltz,' and at the
end of every bar I hear him say, 'Now
we kiss,' or Bhe suggests, 'Here there
Is more kissing." Now what I want to
know is, why don't they give up either
the music or the kissing. It's the com
blnattnn thnt kills me by inches."
The landlord, told me that No. 13 was
the only room vacant, but he said he'd
take the chances, aid moved in.
Ho Wag Raving It.
From tho Indianapolis Journal.
Chappie (who has not been across)
My tleah boy, youah boots aw in a how
wlble condition. , .
Chollle (who has) My deah fellaw
that mud is fwom the stweets of deah
Ho Was a Utilitarian.
From Judge. ' J
Hiram Holy powers, deacon! yor
ain't tryin ter be a dude, be yer? , -
Deacon Nothin of ther sort.' These
be some duds ther boarders Jeft, an'' it
seemed a shame ter let 'em lie idle;
When Baby was sick, we gave her distorts, '
When she was a Child, she cried for'CastorU,
When she become Hist, she olung to Castorta,
When die had Children, she gave tuera Castor!
WANTS OF ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH, WHEN PAID FOR, IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT
IS MADE, NO CHARGE WILL BE LF.83
THAN 25 CENTS. THIS RULE AP
PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS, EX
CEPT SITUATIONS WANTED, WHICH
ARE INSERTED FREE.
l,rANT D - ACTIVE SALESMEN TO
' V hundlii our line, 110 pedd.ing. Kn'urr,
$75 per inunth and exponsea paid to all. Goods
entirely new. Apply quickly. P. O. B )X, 6JU8,
HelD Wanted Female.
ANTED-GIHLS TO WORK AT SHIKT
' limuufacturintf. Also inexperiencei
plrli to leurn. SOLOMON & ZACKEMA.M,
1.11 franklin avenue, third Hour.
T ADIES CAN WAKE 8.1 DAILY BY FOLD-
1J ing nnd rddreesing clrrulvs for us, at
home. No canvassing. Position permanent.
Reply with stumped envelops. MISS MAKIti
WORTH, Ashland, O.
T ADIES -YOUR NAME SENT ON
XJ stamped envelme will irive vou steady
work: good snlarr. No canvassing. Nettie
Harrison. Han Kraticisco, Oil.
1UTCHER WANTED AT 1201 JACKSON
J f Rtrec.
HOUSEFOIt KKNT,722 MAHIO.N Si KKET,
"l?OR RENT- "-ROOM HOUSE, 0SI FOREST
A street, between iJicksnn Works and trie
Rent. fill. Inmiire of
MONROE IsROWN, Bull's Head.
If OH RENT-SIX ROOM HOUSE ON WEST
Cj. Jiv AfB, acur nils Luzerne, Hydo Park.
TOH RENT-ONE HALF STORE. 120 Poim
X iiveiui-, DO per month.
VOR RENT NIC'liLY FURNISHED HALL
I suitable for IiiIlmi rncma. . JOHN .1KH-
MYN, UK Wyoming ovenuo.
l.OHSALE CHEAP TBAMS AND LIVERY
J- tttocii. Inquire at lilt) Oakfnrd Court.
17011 SALE CHEAP COACH IN GOOD RE-
1 iiir. liHiiilreof GEuRGE MAUKRKTH.
jutiy wiiBiiuiirn street, or ulacKsmitu suop.
TOR SALK-40 SHARES OF SCRANTON
i. (Unas CV. stock. For particulars antily
10 "W. I, a.," Ilio unn'ie Btreor, ftew inrK.
Wanted To Rent
WANTED-TO RENT A HOUSE WITH
TV eiitnt or nine rooms, witli modern Im
provements, in Surauton or Green Ridno.
uroxs Hiijit;. irioiine oinoo,
VOU WANT THIS RELIC REPRINT
I Frank Leslio's Illustrated Week y War
Illustrations 11-lfWri. Two Volumo ollo,
J 10.3(1: payable monthly, J;'.(0. Delivered by
express complete. Prepaid. Add ess P. O.
iiuum, tn unison btruot, Huranton, 1'a.
HOOKS, PAMPHLETS, MAOA-
li zines, etc.
bounu or rebound at this
ottico. Quick work. Reasonable
"MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT HI
liL corner Snruee strwt nnd franklin ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets (or Si.M. Good
PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
at tlie ofllce of tho Citv Clerk.
Scranton. Pa., until 7.IK) o'clock d. in.. Thurs
day, November 15, ldtu, to furnish the city of
Scranton a lot of laud to be used by the
city as a site for houso for tho Cumberland
nose company ; saiu 'ltd to ua witmn tne i nir.i
ward of said city. Toe city reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
Bv order of Citv Councils.
M. T. LAVKLLE, City Clerk.
pcramon. r.i., rot, i, imh.
VTOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
1 application will bo mad to the Governor
by Hpom) (i. Brookt, Thomas H. Dale, Thomas
II. Brooks, Georiro O. l'rooks and John H.
Brooks, uudor tho Act of Asaembly "An Act
to Tirovida for tho incorporation and remila
tion of curtain corporations" approved Auril
20, 1H71. and tho Rupploments thereto, for n
cliartur of an intended corporal ion to bo called
"LnninCoal Oompanv, the chnraotor and ob-
inct of which is the miiiuiir. uriDirimr.
lo-idiiifr, BliippinR and selling anthra
cue ci alln al the various brauclitia thuroof.
with such business as nmv be necessarily np-
urtenant tnercta And ror tnese purposes to
ave, possess and enjoy all the rUhts, bcnullts
nd miviluffes of said Act of Assembly.
SITUATION. WANTED A FIRST-CLASS
O cmk nnd nood nurse wants situation as
housekeeper in rospuctaula wuowur s family.
will gotneitner country or city. Auuress at.
A. B 218 North Sumner avenue, Bcranton.
SITUATION WANTED A YOUNG MAN.
O 23 years old, would like it position where
ho can make himself useful. Must have work
at ones. C, Scranton Iribune.
CUTITATION WANTED - PARISIAN
O dressmaker would liko work Immediately
by tho day. Cut by tho latest Parisian stylo.
"The Great Nvmph System." Inquiries aud
b tiers. addrosB to M.MB. A. LeULANC, 163
nortn Lincoln Avenue.
1TUATION WANTED GIRL ltl YE
nf aim. wonM likH to lnakn bernplf 11
snout uoiisc. Address Jl. 0. ," Tribune oilloj
Atlantic Refining Co
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Linseed Oil,' Nnpthas and Oano-
llnes of all grades. Axle Grease,
1'lnion Grease and Colliery Com
pound; also a largo line ot Far
a lllne wax Candles.
We also handle the Famous CROWN
ACME OIL, the only family safety
burning oil in the market.
Wm. Mason, Manager.
Ofllce.: Coal Exchagnc,
Works nt Pine Brook.
'roia rimoni Rcmm? mireo quickly and w-f,
nvinpntly all norvuus Olwascr', euch m Wunk
Mpraory, LoatoC llrnln t'uwui', Heutluche, Wake
fuln(ii, I, ot VltalMy. nl'htlr ctntUHiont, fll
drotiniH, I m potency uiul wttntlnw c1uioasA oauneU bj
youthful error or riccw (VtnUittit no
oiilntttA. Ifl n nrrv tnlainil blood bnllltr.
Mukos the pit In and puny utrona ami plump. Kustly
carrlml In TOnt noknt. m I nor box l O f or MA. lr
Dm 1 1 prepnld trltJk a writ ton guarantee to euro or
money remnnmi. write hb ror nee modicul
bookt nt don 1 od In plain wmpnor. which con
tftliii vtfldtlmonliilit and flimnolal mfwrenron. Ho
charfte fnr enuUttlfn Be war nf imitf
tinnu.' $nk br our aavrtlMHl aranta, or adrimns
NEllf K IKI.1I tt MilVlllQ lflUlpl,JlllcV
SOLD IN HC It ANTON, PA., H. C. BANDER80N
iiuinnffiAii!; n lino
nr v LIU U U
AID I I spoils,
Worthy of Your Attention.
Specially Adapted for Waists. Beautiful and exclusive designs and
only a limited quantity. The greatest Silk opportunity you have ever lnd.
Liberty Satin, all colors. The very latest novelty.
Is anywhere made than is manufactured right here in
Scranton by the
WYOMING AVE., SCRANTON.
STEINWAY & SON
KRANICH & BACK
STULTZ I BAUER
Also a large stock of first-class
MINING, BLASTING AND SPORTING
Manufactured at the Wapwnlloprn Mills, La
rerns county, Pa., and at Wil
HENRY BELI1N, Jr.
General Agent for the Wyoming District
, 118 WYOMING AVE., Scranton, Pa
Third National Bank Building.
THOS. FORD. Uttston. Pn.
JOHN B. SMITH & HON. Plymouth. Pa.
E. W. MULLIGAN, Wilkes Barre, Pa.
A (rents for the Itenauno Chemical Coin
pauy's High Explosives.
THE SOUTHWESTERN LIMITED
runs dally via
BIG 4 ROUTE
(Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago and St.
Louis Ry.) between
with magnlflcont Wasner Sleepins; cars.
Combination Library and Cafe care. Els
gant Coaches and Dining cars.
" The Finest Train in America."
Bee that your tickets read via the
BIG 4 ROUTE.
Time tables and Information chnerfullv
furnished on application to
S. J. GATES, Qen'l Eastern Ag't,
40 Exchange St., Buffalo, N. Y.
M. E.'Incalls. President: D. B. Martin.
General Pnssengor Agent; 0. O. UcCor
mlck, Trafflo Manager, Cincinnati, O.
9KITSB UnOK CO., Ino'p. Oopllsl, $1,000,069.
BEST 01.50 KUOB IN THE WOULD.
"A dollar luvtd it a dollar tarntd."
This radios' Kollil French longoln Kid not
ton Boot dsllvarod ireo snywhero in th U.S., on
or l'osul Nolo (or 1.60.
Kqnuli every wnr ths boots
sold In sll reutl stores for
1.60. We mske tblboot
oursehres, therelore ws "or
oti( Uis HI. illIt and r,
and If snv oue Is not ssttilled
wo will refund the nwiifjr
oe or uoromon rjfnac,
widths O, I. E, k KK,
J to B win halt
Dexter Shoe Co
43 FEDERAL ST.,
WALLACE 209 Wartlnrton Ave.
era i b h
m m Jitfe. wmm Jr- m. wu hi .cn An cj h
CHEAPEST IRON BEDS IN
to our patrons:
Wnshbiirn-Croshy Co. wish to assure tlicfr'niilny pai"'
ron.s that thov Mill this year hold tolhcir tisiuil custom
of milliiiK STRICTLY OLD Wliti.VnmtiLthc iicjviop
is fully cured. New vheut is now upon the market, and
owing to the excessively dry weather many millers arc
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. ... . i .
This careful attention to every detail of milling has
placed Washburu-Crosby Co.'s Hour far above other
With time to spare for s'ule trips, if desired. Skirting the sea coast for iS
hours in the beautiful fast new steamships of the
And returning leisurely by rail,
The normal climate of this section during the fall and early winter Is
Tickets include HOTEL ACCOMMODATION at points named, as well
as rail and steamer fares for the entire
Write for particulars of this and other delightful trips to
OLD DG10N S. S. COMPANY,
W. 1. GUILLAUDEU, Traffic Manager. Pier 28, North River, New York.
Rooms 1 and 2 Commovealth Bld'g,
SCRANTON, PA. .
MINING and BLASTING
MADE AT MOOSTC AND ItUail
Lamin & Rand Powder Co.'
Orange Gun Powder
Electrlo Battcrlen, Fuss for explod
ing blasts, Safety Fuso and
RcpaunoChemicalCo.'s Hlgti Eiplosives
Ask to see them.
trip. Total cost, J;.vu.
are known by raik
road men and other
experts to be tin
equalled for wea
and accuracy. , j
Tbc Oucbcr Watch Works, Canton, 6. 1
A tlandaoma CompSoxlon
b on ot tbt pnwtst ohsrtns woman can
posassi. Votioni'B Commjcziom Powdu
I RUE3Y JEWELED
l WATCHES ArJJf