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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 24, 1894.
MINE, MILL AND RAILROAD.
The Lehigh Valley Railroad com
pany yesterday announced Its ac
ceptance of the demand of the
Individual Anthracite Coal Oper
ators' ; association that . line and
tidewater prices should .correspond.
This means that operators will get 60
per cent, of the selling price of coal at
line delivery points as well as at tide
water. Hitherto, line prices, although
Involving a shorter haul, were higher
than the tidewater prices, and the
anomalous spectacle was presented of
railroads charging more for a short
haul than for a long one, of the same
commodity. The effect of past dis
crimination has been most un
fair to the Individual opera
tors; " and while the surrender
of the Lehigh Valley does not
necessarily mean a complete victory,
there is still little reason to fear that
the Vanderbilt and Pennsylvania Inter
ests will long hold out In the face of
Lehigh Valley competition. The devel
opment of yesterday is In effect a sub
stantial victory for the Operators' as
sociation, which, for the first time, has
demonstrated Its ability' in a partial
measure to control its own business.
There are some changes in trade that
are for the better, says Dun. The gain
Is slow, and In some directions not very
distinct, but the signs of It are a little
more definite than last weeek. The
most Important of them Is larger em
ployment of labor, answering a better
demand on the whole for manufactured
produots. Much of this Is due to the un
natural delay of orders for the winter,
which resulted from prolonged uncer
tainty, but It means actual increase in
earnngs and purchasing power of the
millions, and so gives promise of ' a
liirger demand in the future. Prices of
far more products In the aggregate do
not Improve, but the prevailing hope
fulness Is felt In somewhat larger trans
actions. iThe foreign demand for cotton con
tinues large, exports being 50,000 bales
lurger than for the Bnme week last year,
but'products also continue greater than
a year ago. Textile Industries have
added a few factories to the working
list against only one or two withdrawn
and there has been some Improvement
in the demand fur woollens. The iron
Industry again records lower prices for
Bessemer iron, $10.40 at Pittsburg, and
for some manufactured products. The
consumption is large, and for the sea
son fairly well maintained, but as it is
riot equal to the capacity of works In
operation, there struggle to get business
keeps prices at the bottom. The coke
product Bllghtly decreases, but was
about the largest ever known for Oc
tober. Railroad earnings in November thus
far show a decrease of S.C.per cent, com
pared with last year and are 9.8 per
cent, less than in 1892. Failures this
week have been 322 in the United States
against 385 laBt year and 31 in Canada
against 34 last year. "
MINOR INDUSTrTaL NOTES:
After Dec. 1 No. 1 colliery at Silver
Brook will be indefinitely suspended.
The decision of the Trunk lines and
the Central Traffic association in doing
away with commissions is favorably
received In railroad circles.
It Is stated that a company of Pitts
burg capitalists has about closed a deal
for the purchase of a site in New Ken
sington, Pa., on which a tin plate plant
will be erected. -. ' t '
The Southern Railway company will
have 500 hopper-bottom cars construct
ed, at a cost of $250,000. The contract
was secured by the Southern Car
works,, of Lenoir City, Tenn.
After a shut-down extending over
two months, operations have been re
sumed at the Duquesne Tube works,
at Duquesne, Pa. Employment will be
given to 400 men, and the pay roll will
aggregate $6,000 per week.
The galvanizing department of the
Sharon Iron works, of Saron, will be
enlarged and new machinery put. In.
Sheet mill No. 3, which has been Idle
for about eighteen months, will resume
operations.- The hoop mill has started
up double turn.
J. Jones Hudson has applied for a
charter under the name of Crum Lynne
Iron and Steel company, with works at
Crum Lynne, near Chester. The mill
Is expected to start work shortly on
Fkelp iron, for which the company has
good Blzed orders on hand.
It Is officially announced that th
Lehigh Valley collieries In the Hazle
ton region will work steady for the
balance of the month in order to All the
allotment for the month in which they
are somewhat behind on account of too
rigid restriction of cars In the early
pnrt of the month.
H. K. Porter & Co., of Pittsburg, have
completed at their light locomotive
works a handsome narrow-gauge lo
comotive for export to South America,
It is to be taken to pieces and boxed
for shipment by sea, and Is the fourth
locomotive which Porter & Co. have
built for the same company In South
"AS WELL OFF AS THE RICHEST."
Charles V Maria Theresa, the Em
press of Austria, Goethe, Beethoven,
Bismarck, the Princess Louise of Eng
land, Count Von Caprlvl, and a host of
other celebrities have visited the fa
mous Sprudel Spring of Carlsbad, and
we are not all Goethc9 and Bismarcks,
but we may enjoy the greater advan
tage of having the Spring with all its
benefits brought directly home to us,
The more rapid means of transit and
the march of invention Is bringing ev
eryone within easy reach of every crea
tive blessing, The Carlsbad Water
bottled at the Spring, or the Carlsbad
Sprudel Salt, the solid evaporations of
the water, may be had of any druggist,
and are without an equal In all disor
ders of the stomach, Intestines, spleen,
liver, prostrate kidneys and bladder,
and in gout and diabetes. Beware of
imitations. Eisner & Mendelson Co
Sole Agents, New York.
Shipments of anthracite coal, accord
ing to the report for last week, were at
the rate of more than 50,000,000 tons per
year. The great companies are send
ing all the coal they can to market
without reference to the demands of the
trade or the effect on prices. The Phil
adelphia Press thinks that the present
temper of the great carrying companies
indicates a fight to a finish.
The four blast furnaces of the Penn
sylvania Steel company, at Steelton,
made quite a record for production
last month. Furnace No. 3 made an
average of over 200 tons per day during
the month, using Cuban ore. Furnaces
Nos. 3 and 4 combined made a product
of over 12,000 tons of pig iron for the
month, while No. 1 furnace, using lake
ore, averaged over 3,00 tons per day.
Shipments of anthracite coal last
week were again heavy, aggregating
048,418 tons, an. Increase over the cor
responding week last year of 220,325
tons. The Wyoming region led in the
Increase with no less than 107,283 tons,
or a total of 555,687 tons, while ship
ments from the Lehigh region Increased
37,770 tons and from the Schuylkill re
gion 75,272 tons. It Is eveldent from
these figures that the various com
panies had a large supply of cars, as
shipments the preceding week were
less than a million tons.
Construction of the four blast fur
naces of the Carnegie Steel company,
limited, at Duquesne, has been com
menced. It will require about a year
to complete the furnaces, and when
finished the plunt will be the largest
and most complete In the United States.
The stacks will be ninety feet In height,
and the cost Is estimated at $750,000.
A finishing mill In connection with the
furnaces is also planned. The loca
tion o the furnaces will be south of the
steeel works. The furnaces will each
have a capacity of from 350 to 400 tons
of pig Iron every twenty-four hours.
STOCKS AND BONDS.
By the United Press.
New Yolk, Nov. 23. It was a very
narrow market at the stock exchange
today, the total sales being only 177.000.
The buying for the short account was
especially prouuunced in the case of St.
Paul, about 12,000 shares having been,
it Is alleged, taken by a prominent op
erator. The firmness of the Grangers
n the early trading were noticeable.
There were, however, some weak spots
to the market, notably Sugar, Gas,
Reading, Distillers and Northwest. Su
gar dropped 114: Gas, 1; Lead 2;
Distillers, and Northwest, 1. Su
gar was affected by the reports of poor
business. Northwest was sold on the
belief that dividends would be reduced;
Reading weakened on talk of fore
closure. An encouraging feature of the
Bltuatlon was the drop In Sterling ex
change at the close. Speculation closed
steady, the general list showing net
losses of 14 to 1 per cent.
The range of today's prices for the ac
tive stock of the New York stock markot
are given below. The quotations are fur
nished The Tribune by (1. du B. Dlmmlck,
manager for William Linn, Allen & Co.,
stock brokers,. 412 Spruce street, Bcran
ton. Op'n- High- Low- Clos
37' 4 374
Am. Sugar Re'g Co. SS'A
Atih., To. & S. Fe... G'i
Ches. & Ohio 1814
Chic. & N. W
Chic, B. & Q
.. 01 'i
C. C. O. & St. I
Chic, Mil. & St. V
Chic, R. I. & P....
Delaware & Hud.
D., L. & W
Dist. C. V
Louis. & Nash
Manhattan ICle. ...
N. J. Central...;!,
N. Y. Central...;.',
N. Y. & N. E.....
N. Y., L. K. & W...
N. Y., S. & W., Pr.
Nor. Pacific 4'4
Out. & West 15
Phil. & Read 17
Rich. & W. H 16V
Texas Pacific 9
Union Pacific 12
Wabash, Pr 14
West. Union 87
Ex-dlvldend, 1 per cent.
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE PRICES.
Op'n- High- Low- Clos
ing, ext. est. ing.
May .. 5'i 5s 5S K
November 5314 53 53 IB' 4
December 53V4 53 53 5314
May 32 32 32 82
November 28 28 28 28
Deeembor 28 28 28 28
May 48 48 48 48
November 48 49 48 49
December 48 48 47 47
January 6.95 ' 6.95 6.90 6 90
May 7.12 7.15 7.10 7.15
January 12.00 .... 11.95 12.05
May 12.33 12.25 12.37
Philadelphia Tallow Market.'
By the United Press.
Philadelphia, Nov. 23. Tallow Is
and higher. We quote: City prime In
hhilH, 4c; country prime, In bbls, 4c,
country, dark, In bbls, 4a4c; cakes, 5c,
Now York Produce Market.
By the United Press.
New York, Nov. 23. Flour Dull, easy,
Wheat Quiet, firm; No. 2 red store and
elevator, 57i4a58c; afloat, 58c; f. o. b.
58a59c; ungraded red, 60a59c; No. 1
northern, 66',4o.: options closed firm; Jan,
uary, 58o. ; February, 07o.; March,
60c; May, 62c; November, 67c.j De
Corn Dull, easier; No. 2, 58a59c. eleva
tor; 58o. afloat; No. 3 white, 664c; op
tlona were dull but steady; November,
57c; December, D4c. ; January, 52c.
Oats Quiet, steady; options dull, firm
November, 3314c. ; December, 33o.; Janu
ary, 8414c; February, 36c; May, S4V4c
No. 2 white December, 37c; No. 2, 83a
33!c.; spot prices, No. 2 white, S7c; No.
Chicago, 34a34c; No. 3. 33c; No.
wlilte, ' 36c. ; mixed western, 34a35c,
white do., 37a41c; white state, 37a41c.
Tlerced Beef Dull.
Cut Meats Quiet, easy.
Lard Quiet, lower, closed steady; west
ern steam closed at S7.25; city, 6c; op
tion' sales, none; refined, quiet; conti
nent, $7.65: compound, 6u5c
Butter Firm; state dairy, 13a23c; do.
creamery,. 18a25c; Pennsylvania do., 18a
25c; western dairy, llaltkv, do. cream
ery, 15a26c; do. factory, lOal&e.; Elglns,
26c; Imitation creamery, 13u20c
Cheese Strong, fulr demand.
Eggs 8teady; state and Pennsylvania,
24a25'4c; western fresh, 24c; do. per
case, I3.25a4; southern, 23o23c
, Toledo Gruln Market.
By the United Press.
Toledo Nov, 2S. Wheat Receipts, 29,
000 bushels; market easier; No. t red cash,
534c.; December, Whc; May, 58-4c; No. 2
red cosh, 5240.
Corn Receipts, 47.000 bushels; ship
ments, 1,500 bushels; market flrm; No. 2
mixed cash, 40c; do. May, 47c
Oats Receipts, 8,000 .bushels; market
Clover Seed Receipts, 884 bags; ship,
ments, 177 bags; market firm; cash,
5.5214; January, l5.55LXbruary, 16.60.
Buffalo Stock Market.
By the United Press.
Buffalo, Nov. 23.-Cattle Receipts, 3,500
head; on sale, 20 head; market weak;
bulls, fair to good, S2.40a2.75: good stack
ers, J2.G5a2.75; veals, dul and lower; fair
to good, !5a5.50; extra, $4.
nogs Keceipts. I4.uuu head: on sale. 0.000
head; market DalOc. lower: Yorkers, good
to choice, 54.45a4.0O; light, 14.40; good
mixed, $4.50a4.60; medium, $4.60a4.65; good
heavy, J4.70a4.75; rough, $3.85a4.10; stags,
$3a3.75; pigs, $4.40aU5.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 4,000 head;
on sale, 8,000 head; market dull and weak;
ralr to best native lambs, $3a3.50; culls
and common, $1.75a2.50; fair to best Can
ada lambs, $3.G0a3.85; mixed sheep, good,
$2a2.25; export wethers, $3.25a3.65; export
Chicago Stock Market.
By the United Press.
Chicago, Nov. 23i-Caltle Receipts, 20,-
000 head; market steadier; common to ex
tra steers, J2.75a6.30; stockers and feeder.
32n3.25; cows and bulls, $la3.25; calves, $-u
Hogs Receipts, 27,0000 head; markot
heavy; heavy, $4.30a4.65; common to choice
mixed, 14.15a4.CU; choice assorted, 4.toa
4.45; pigs, S2.50a4.
Sheep Receipts, 6,000 head; market
weak; Inferior to choice, 75c.a$3; lambs,
WANTS OF ALL KINDS COST THAT
MUCH, WHEN PAID FOR, IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT
IS MADE, NO CHARGE WILL BE LESS
THAN 2B CENTS. THIS RULE AP
PLIES TO SMALL WANT Atf3, EX
CEPT SITUATIONS WANTED, WHICH
ARE INSERTED FREE.
WANTED-TWO FRENCH GENTLEMEN
wish to secure tlie services of a lady ur
gentleman, to t ai-h thorn the English language.
Address P. O. Box 1HH, citv.
rPRAVKLINU SALESMEN TO SELL THE
J. colobrut'id "Bollo of Anderson County"
c.iss goods and oilier brands of line Kentucky
hand-made sour mash wbi-kios, on monthly
salary and expenses or commission; reft-rence
required. Address ED MUHPHV & CO,, dis
tillers and wholesale liquor denier Mo. 15,
Cheapside, Lexington, Ky.
AGENT WANTED .EVERYWHERE TO
sell the latest aluminum novelties, enor
mous profits. Hulls at sluht, delivered free, su
ture territory. Sample in Velvet lined case
witn lull tntormaiion, inc. catalogue iron.
Aluminum .Novelty Co.. 335 Broadway. New
pENERAL AUENTS WANTED -SELL
VI ing new articles to dealers: exclusive ter
ritory, no coiuputitlon.no cnDltal required;
200 to 3UU per cent, profit. Columbia Chemical
uoi, ti uearuorn si., umcago, 111.
IIFE AGENTS AND COLLECTORS
J wanted. To good and bright energetlo
man we can oiler big
Hocin 13, Old Pout,
ply John L. Hoffmann.
WANTED-A FEW RELIABLE WORK
ers to Ball our Nursery Stock. Special
inducements. ELLWANGKR & BARRY,
Rochester, N. .
7ANTED SPECIALTY ADVERTISING
f canvassers familiar with premium mer
cantile trade; money maker of 1894. Also
clever gen. canvassers on greatest seller of the
day. Stauley Biadley, 6 E. ltlth St., New York.
WANTED - ACTIVE SALESMEN TO
handle our line, no neddlluff. Salary.
875 per mouth and expenses paid to all. Goods
entirely new. Apply quieiiy. r. J. cox, oouo,
Helo Wanted Female.
AVANTED-A GIRL TO Do HOUSE
1 wo'k in small family. Must come well
recommended, Apply at 1028 Cedar avenue.
WANTED-A TJDY GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Must be a gocd cook. No
washing. 018 Washington avenue.
T AD1F.8 CAN MAKE 13 DAILY BY FOLD
I J lue and addressing circulais for us, at
home. No canvassing. Position permanent.
Reply with stamped envelope. MISS MARIE
wukth. Asnianu. o.
WANTED-A PHYSICIAN ON SALARY
it to tako charge of a special chronic dl
sease practice in Scranton.
Call ou D. i
Andrews, Wyoming douse.
OALESMEN, $75 MONTH AND EXPENSES
-J null nt-ilfr; CAperuMir.u umiefKBsnry,
KNEELAND M F G. CO., Chicago.
H f EN TO SELL BAKING POWDER TO
1Y1 the irrocerv trade. Steadyemployment,
experience unnecessary; S76 monthly salary
nnu expenses or com. it oner siitistaccory ad
dress at once with particulars concerning
yourself, u. p. vn'iwcm v oras, cuicago.
WANTED AN EXPERIENCED BOOK
T canvasser. A
oHlce, Scranton, Pa.
SALESMEN SALARY OR COMMISSION,
to introduce our noods tu the trade. Per
manent position, gtnnlu line, fast sellers, big
proms, pleasant worn, duress witn stamp,
KING M r (t. CO., u. 01. Chicago.
,'OR KENT 2 FURNISHED OR UNFUR-
nishod front rooms. Inquire 5J0 Lacka
FOR RENT-SIX ROOM HOUSE ON WEST
Lackawanna avonuo. Addross THOMAS
E. EVANS, aear 1182 Luzerne, Hyde Park.
T,'OR RENT-ONE HALF STORE.
I avenu 30 pr month.
IOR RENT-NICELY FURNISHED HALL
r suitable for lodge rooms. JOHN JER-
MYN, 110 Wyoming ovenue.
IOST-L1VER AND WHITE POINTER
J U'ch. reward will bo paid for her return.
or mall card and owner will call. WILLIAM
AN EM AN. lift Grave st'det, Dnmnore. Pj
Orphan's Court Sale.
ORPHANS' coi:rt:sale-late OP THE
township of Old Forge, Lackawanna
county, Pa., neceasou.
Bv virtue of an order of the Omhana'
court of said county, there will be exposed to
public- sale at tlio arbitration room of the
court house In the oit y of Scranton, on Tues
day, th j lltli day of December, . 1804. at 10
o'clock a. in., the following duavribed real es
tate, to wit:
All that certain lot of land In Old Forge
township, Lucaawonna county, fa., begin
ning ou Oak street at the corner of the lot
coutxactfid for by Alleu Roberts: thenoo north
forty-two (42) degrees west along Oak street
eventy-three (TU feet and six (6) Inches to
corner; thence south forty eight (4b) degrees
west one 'hundred and forty-eicht (14H) feet
to a corner; thence soutu rorty-two (42) x-o-reei.
fast sevonty-thros (73) font and six ((1)
inches to a comer; thence north forty-eight
(40) degrees east one nsnttrea ana rorty-eigut
rum feet to the tilaco of beilnnlmr. Contain
ing about one-forth C4) acre of land, and be.
inir the fiont half of the lot sol I and convoyed
by William Herbert and Wife to William
Retin bv deed dated July 29. 1K82. and duly a
signed by said William ltepn to Patrick Jovce
on Oct. Ill, 1HH2. Said deed and assignment
bulnir recorded In LxckawannMoeuntv in deed
book No. 24, page 525, etc., improved with a
two story irame aweiung nouse una out Duiia
lncs. Terms of sale, one hundred dollars down on
the day of the sale and balance upon dual oou
nrmatlon or saw ana delivery or aeea.
WILLARD, WARREN Se KNAPP. Attor
nery for the estate.
O the day waahlnir or cleaning by a compe
tent woman. Call or address Mrs. Rutuell,
172U Cedar avenue.
(SITUATION WANTED-BV A BOY 15
O rears of age. s office or errand bov.
willing to work: can furnish best i f refer
ence, Address H. A., Tribune effk-e. .
SITUATION WANTED FOR WASHING.
O Ironing or cleaning by the day. Call or
address L, B 331 North Sumner aveaue, Hyde
l , ; u.
SITUATION WANTED IN MEAT BU8I
3 ness by a young man with long experi
ence. Will board at home or with employer,
best reference furnished. Address Butcher,
WANTED-A PLACE BY A CARPEN
VV ter. a good worker, in or near the citv,
(j, u, i noun orace.
"POR SALE-1125 WILL BUY ONE OF THE
JL bUuest barmuns ever onerea in tuis city.
A private gentleman will sell for one-fourth
her coat last summer a year ago in Lexington,
Ky., the handsome and One trotting mar
Cora B., 154 bandi high, six years old, long
flowing mane and tall, perfectly sound, weighs
1,125 pounds: sired by Signal, th aire of Jer
sey Hammoud record 2.25M. of Rett Light,
i 27 M. ana stariignt, recoru x.id, at Lexington,
Ky., Inst fall; Cora B.'sdani tUu Wilkes, by
Ked wilkee, Hiiois witnontqueation tneraost
tvliab. Kamost and best formed niare iu tun
city, and showed last summer. In her five
ear old rorm. in tne gentleman s road races,
.21 W. 220Wand2.10; baa no public record or
has never trotted for money; has since been
used as a road and family mare for my wife
and daughtor to diive: she drives with or
without blinds; fearless of steam and not
afraid of trolley cars; she will be gn ran teed
pericctly sound anu saie ior tne mosc mex
perloii' ed driver; will gurantoe her to go on
the true r In her present condition and irota
mile in 2.25; have her full pedigree; her breed
ing is tine, and' she would make one of the
finest brood mares in the state. Here is a
chance to bujr a beauty for little money; must
be seen to bo appreciated. 1 ne reason 1 sen
this mare at this low figure is-to itet my
daughter's saddle horse a good home.
N. B. If convenient, will pay purchaser 828
per mouth to board my daughter's- saddle
iiorse and take care or him until her return
from Europe next spring. Also a line falling
top buggy, made by Brewster, of New York,
Dole and shafts, tine set of single and double
harness, blankets, robes, whip &c , will be
sold for $125; for complete turnout $250. Full
particulars will he given by applying person
ally or :by letter at owner's residence 120
North Fifteenth street. Philadelphia. No
dealers need apply as I want to get my horses
Into good Hands. w. a. isuuri'.
TVfOTlCE 19 HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
1 atmlication will be made to the governor
of Pennsylvania, on Monday, Doc. 17, t 10 a.
m. by Robert (J. - Wills, Thomas R. McQuade,
r red ,1. Hurtling. iianiJi u lonuei aim m. i.
O'Mnlloy. under the autef assembly, entitled
"An act to provide for the it: corporation and
regulation of certain corporations," approved
April 27. 1874, and the supplements thereto, for
the charter of an intended corporation to
be called "The Keystjno Browing company,
of Duumore. Pa.." the character and objects
of which Is the manufacture of brewed
and malt liquors and for such pur
poses to have, possess, and enjoy all the
iguts, benellts ana privileges 01 said act 01
siembly and the supplements thereto.
E, O. NEWCOMB.
"VJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AN
J.1 aiiiilicut on will be made to the court of
Common Pleas of Lackawanna county, or one
of the judges thereof, 011 Monday, Dec. 17,
1804. at 10 o'clock u. in. under the act of as
sembly of the commonwealth of 1 onnsylvanla.
entitled, "An act to provide tor mo incorpora
tion and regulation of certain corporations."
approved April 2!), 1x74, and the supplements
tuoreto, for the charter of an Intended cor
poration to be called, 1110 Dudley street
Batitlafr Church, of Dnmnore. Pa.", the char
acter and object of which is to provide for the
worship of God according to tho faith, doc
trine, discipline and usages of Baptist churches,
and for these purposes to have, possess and
enjoy all the rivhts. benefits and privileges of
aid act of assembly and it supplements.
H. M. HTKEJSTKK, Solicitor.
Notice to Property Own ere.
V) THE OWNER OR REPUTED OWN-
ers of property lounding and abutting
on both slues of Canouso avenue, between
Green Kldgaand Marion street In the Thir
teenth want, fliutn bewer district, city or
Scranton. Pu,: Take notice, that uuder the
direction of councils I will make the assess
ment for tho con .traction of a lateral sewer i n
Cauouso avenue, between the points named
above, on Monday, Dec. 8, A. D, U94, at
10 0 clock in the loreno )ti. at my omeo in the
Municipal Building in the city of Scranton, at
which time and place you may appear nnd be
heard if you so do-ilre.
JOSEPH P. PHILLIPS, City Engineer.
TESTATE OF DAVID TORREY, LATE OF
J j Cuzenovia, N. Y., deceased.
Letters testamentary upon the above named
estate having been granted to the under
signed, all persons having claims or demands
against the said estate will present them for
payment ana tu se muobted theruto will
pleae make immediate paymint to
jA.uii.siL iimitti, bxecutor.
Municipal building, Scranton, Pa.
"nXTRA INCOME PERSONS OF EVERY
1 J station carina to occtiov themsdl-04 in
their free time can earn a nxed salary of 32,
luo yearly. Address M. Linden Sc Co., Rotter
dam, Holland. ,.
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BLANK BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, KAoT
tine, etc., bound or rebound at The
Tkiiiu.nb olllce. Quick work. Reasonable
AfEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 144
11 corner Horace street and Frank In ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets for $3.50. Good
"The Four Hundred"
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made of solid
If your Jeweler
is u 11 a b 1 e to
how you this
for the address
of a dealer who
The Dueber Watch Works, Canton, O.
SPECIAL EXCURSION RATES TO
Allentown for the Eisteddfod,
Thursday, November 29.
Special excundon ticket from Scranton will
be sold g lod to go ou all trains Nov. 2, and for
return jnov, mora.'. .
FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP, $1.70
Maloney Oil and
ii to 151 MERIDIAN ST.
Instruments In every ienje of the terra
aa applied, to Planoa.
Exceptional In holding their original ful
nesfl of tone. '
NEW -YORK WAREHOUSE, No. 80
r uin avenue.
1115 Adams Ave.,' New Telephone BdQ
Ladles Who Valuo
A reflied complexion moat nee Pononl'a Pawl
der. It produaM eoft and beautiful ikfn.
Jf ' )V f-tl
W vt Mi 'A
CONNOLLY & WALLACE
Is anywhere made than is manufactured right here in
Scranton by the
N, A, WERT'S
WYOMING AVE., SCRANTON.
STEINWAY i SON
KRANICH & BACK
STULTZ I BAUER
Also a large stock of first-class
DINING, BLASTING AND SPORTING
Manufactured at the Wapwallopen Mills, Lu
zerne county. Pa., nnd tt wil
mlngtou, Delaware,' -
HENRY BE LIN, Jr.
General Agent for the Wyoming District.
Il8 WYOMING AVE., Sornton, Pa
Third National Bank pulldlng.
THOS. FORD.Httaton. Pp.
JOHN B. SMITH & SON, Plymouth. Pa.
E. W. MULLIGAN, Wilkea Barre, Pa.
A Rente for the KopaUno Chemical Com
paiiy'a High Sipluaivea. .
THE SOUTHWESTERN LIMITED
runs dally via
BIG 4 ROUTE
(Cleveland Cincinnati, Chicago and St.
, Loula Ry.) betweeiA
Columbus, Bprlngfield, Dayton, Indian,
polls, Peoria and, ,
Jlth magnificent Wagner Bleeping ears,
ambtnatlon Library and Cafe oaro. Ele
gant Coaches and Dining cars.
" The Finest Train In America."
Bee that your tickets read via th
Bid 4 ROUTE.
Time tables and Information ohterfully
furnished on application to -. '
B. J. GATES, Oen'f Eastern Ag'L
40 Exchange at., Bulalo, N. T.
M. E- IngaUs, President; D. B. MarUa,
General Passenger Agent; B. O. McCor
niok, Trafflo Ujpager, Cincinnati, Q,
n ax TT O 14
iiV & Wallace
An immense stock
now on hand.'
Hard work to get
them, but we've got
xnu uu v auit 111
Don't fail to call
on us if you want a
Coat or Cape.
We can fit .you.
We can suit you, in
style,quality and price
CHEAPEST IRON BEDS
TO OUR patrons:
Washburn-Crosby Co. wish to assure their many pat
rons that they will this vcar hold to their usual custom
of milling STRICTLY OLD WHEAT until the new crop
is fully cured. New wheat is now upon the market, and
owing to the excessively dry weather many millers are
of the opinion that it is already cured, and in proper
condition for milling. 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 has
E laced Washburn-Crosby Co.'s flour far above other
rands. ' , .
NEW YORK, OLD POINT COMFORT, RICHMOND,
With time to spare for side trips, If desired. Skirting the sea coast for i3
hours in the beautiful fast new steamships of the
OLD a DOMINION .-. LINE
And returning leisurely by rail,
The normal climate of this section during the fall and early winter is
delightfal. ' .
Tickets Include HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS at points named, as well
as rail and steamer fares for the entire trip. Total cost, $32.00.
, Write for particulars of this and other delightful trips to
old mum s. s, company,
W. L GDILLAUDEO, Traffic Manager. Pier 28, North River, Hew Yort
209 Washington Ave.
IN THE CITY.