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    TIIE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING.' DECEMBER
15, 1894;
DEBS CETS SIX
The Great Labor Agitator TaKes
Judicial Medicine.
COMPANIONS FARE BETTER
They Receive Three Months In the County
Jail, While Sentence Is Suspended
In the Case of Mr, McVcan.
Debs Is Cast Down.
By the United Press.
Chicago, Dec. 14 Judge Woods today
sentenced Eugene V. Debs, the leader
of the American Railway union strike,
to six months in the county jail, as a
punishment for violating the Injunction
Issued by himself and Judge Grosscup
July 2 last. To the rest of the men,
with the exception of McVean, he gave
three months. In the case of McVean
sentence Is suspended. Sentence Is not
cumulative, covering the cases of the
government and the Santa Fe railroad
against the men. The same sentence Is
Imposed in each case, but both sentences
begin and end at the same time, begin
ning Dec. 24.
The defendants are: E. V. Debs,
president; Q. V. Howard, vice presi
dent; Sllverton Kelllher, secretary; L.
W. Rogers, M. J. Elliott, James Hogan,
William Burns, J. D. McVean, Leroy M.
Goodwin. The sentence Is generally
considered a light one. The case will
be appealed.
Debs' utterances not to commit viol
ence were doubted by tlie court. He did
not bellpve they were sincere. "With
all that has been said about the Ameri
can Railway union keeping guard over
property and being the first to arrest
offenders, not one has been arrested,"
continued the court. "By Mr. Debs' ftd
mUsion, he waa out among the men
urging 'them to Join the strike after this
Injunction was Issued. Howard did the
name. They both had committed no
violence, but advised that Pullman cars
be topped at all hazards. All the out
rages committed at Blue Island after
the speeches of Debs and Howard were
directly attributable to these people and
they are responsible for them."
The court then reviewed the mass of
telegrams In Which Debs ordered men
out and declared these were utterly at
variance with the statement made In
Debs' answer that he took no part In
continuing the strike. After thus con
cluding that there was no doubt that
the men as individuals were guilty,
Judge Woods said:
"But the point under the Sherman
law is whether these men were In con
spiracy. If they were, I believe there
Is no way by which they can escape the
moral and legal responsibility for their
acta."
No Feature In Doubt.
He then gave It as his opinion that
they were and that therefore the men
allied with them were also guilty. The
evidence left no feature of the case In
doubt. Then he said: "The court
therefore finds the defendants guilty
as charged In the indictments In both
cases and will fix the punishment the
same In both cases, but will not make
it cumulative. I have not yet written
down any punishment for these men.
I know only two of them by sight. As
this Is a criminal case, I desire to give
each one of the defendants a chance to
speak to me and say what he will."
Deep silence followed this declaration
of the court. Then a mighty hum arose
and soon the defendants were on their
feet and engaged In conversation with
counsel. Then Attorney Darrow spoke
for the nine defendants as follows:
"These defendants have nothing to say.
They believe that they did right In
ordering and continuing th'ls strike.
Two of these defendants Mr. McVean
and Mr. Elliott took no active part in
this strike, although they were both di
rectors In the Railway union. Their
names were not mentioned In the evi
dence." All of the defendants present then
stood up so the court could see them.
They did not appear to be agitated, and
several smiled from time to time.
Light Sentence Imposed.
The court passed sentence as follows:
"I think I will suspend any sentence
with regard to Mr. McVean. I am of
opinion that Mr. Elliot was actively en
gaged In this strike. Punishment should
not be vlndidtive. Neither should It be
trivial. The object of punishment for
contempt of court Is to prevent future
contempt. My conclusion 4s that the
Injunction was right. Mr. Debs Is more
responsible than anybody else. He is a
man of marked ability and of strong
character and the leader of these men.
It was in his power by merely lifting
his voice to stop all this disturbance. I
shall therefore discriminate between
him and the rest of the defendants. I
will give Mr. Debs six months in the
county jail and the rest three months.
This sentence to take effect ten days
from now."
In speaking of the decision, Attorney
Harrow, who represented the defend
ants, said:
"The decision is bad law, but the sen
tence Is remarkably lenient."
Vice-President Howard said he was
prepared to expect anything. Presl-
CONSTIPATION
CATARRH of
the STOMACH
LIVER and
KIDNEY DISEASES
DYSPEPSIA
DIABETES'
GOUT and
RHEUMATISM'
These are some of the diseases that
are cured by the Carlsbad Sprudcl
Salt It is the veritable water of the
Sprudcl Springevaporated, solidified,
concentrated. la every ailment of the
kind, Carlsbad has become famous the
-world over, and for hundreds of years,
as a prompt, permanent, natural rem
edy. Beware of imitations sold as "Im
proved" or "artlGcial" Carlsbad Salt,
-which consists only of ordinary Seid-
lltz Powder and Glauber Salt, and are
sold by unscrupulous dealers upon the
reputation of the genuine.
Be sure to obtain the genuine im
ported Carlsbad Sprudel Salt only.
-with the seal of the city of Carlsbad
and the signature of "Eisner & Mendel
son Co., Agts., New York," on every
bottle. .
HI
dent Debs was more cast down than
any of the others.
It was in the discretion of the court
to sentence the men to any term of
years he chose within constitutional
limits and to Impose any fine he thought
fit.
IIOWGATE TO BE TRIED.
Application for Appeal on Demurrer Is
Denied by Court.
By the United Press.
Washington, Dec. 14. The court of
appeals today denied the application
for appeal on demurrer of Captain
Howgate, the ex-United States service
officer Indicted for embezzling a large
sum of money fifteen years ago.
As the indictments for forgery,
brought against Howgate at the same
time as those for embezzlement, were
recently thrown out by Judge Mc
ComuB as being defective, the grand
Jury today returned a new forgery
indictment, which is considered by the
district attorney to .be stronger In
substance than the former ones.
Howgate's trial win probably begin
about Dec. 20.
TO BE INVESTIGATED.
Results of the F.'ght Between Jim Judge
and Wood.
By the United Press.
Camden, N. J Dec. 14. The prize
fight on Tuesday between Jim Judge, of
Scrunton, Pa., and Charlie Wood, of
Camdim. which the former won and
which waB held in a barn near Haddon-
fled, will be made the subject of in
voutliraMnn bv the Camden county
grand Jury. A complaint growing out
of the fight is now before the grand
inquest.
Rnhert Howard, colored, accuses Rob
ert Bates, proprietor of the Batesville
hotel, of assaulting him with a ciud Be
cause he lingered near the barn where
th tie-lit took Dlace and refused to go
awuy when ordered to do so. Coward
claims that his arm was broken by
Bates.
GARRETT IS ABUSIVE.
The Wife Murderer Getting Keudy for the
Insanity Dodge.
By the United Press.
Lebanon, Pa., Dec. 14. During the
trial of Charles Garrett, this afternoon,
for the murder of his wife, the prisoner
was placed on the stand. During his
examination he became very abusive
and the district attorney wanted him
handcuffed, but Judge Meily refused to
comply, directing that an officer stand
by his side.
When Garrett left the stand the ex
citement was so great that a number
of people rushed from the court room.
INDUSTRIAL TOPICS.
The monster Maxwell breaker at
Ashley will get Its first grist of coal
next Thursday.
The Dominion Coal company has de
clared Its regular semi-annual pre
ferred stock dividend of 4 per cent, pay
able Jan. 1, transfer books closing Dec.
15 and re-openlng Jan. 1.
Superintendent Carl McKlnney last
week told the Lebanon Report that
No. 2 Colebrook furnace, now under
going repairs, would blow In about
Feb. 1.
The Delaware and Hudson in the
month of November earned of 1 per
cent, on its stock. From figures made
up to date, including estimates, It is
considered certain by the management
that the regular dividend will be more
than earned this year. (
The other night, near Montana, In
SchuylkHlcounty.the old Reno breaker,
familiarly known as the "Red Tavern,"
was destroyed by fire. It had not been
in use for a number of years and the
loss was slight to Its owners, the Mor
ris Ridge Coal company.
Superintendent Lawall, of the Le
high and WJlkes-Barre Coal company.
Superintendent Chase, of the Lehigh
Valley Coal company, and officials rep
resenting the Reading Coal and Iron
company all deny the report that re
striction for the remainder of Decem
ber would be ordered.
The fight against the Lehigh Valley
management is said by the Stockholder
to be the outgrowth of the personal an
tagonism of John N. Hutchinson, and
later of the hostility of Dick Bros. &
Co. The latter's motive has yet to be
developed; the former's dates back over
a long period of years, probably since
he retired as secretary and treasury of
the company.
A deal has been consummated whereby
the Crystal Oil company of Toledo has
been absorbed by the Sun Oil company
of Toledo and the Merrlam & Morgan
Paraflne company of Cleveland. It Is
understood that the Paragon Refining
oompany and the Craig Oil company
will also go Into the combine, thus
making the strongest competitor the
Standard Oil company ever had.
A paragraph under a Pittsburg date
says the Impression there is that the
Vanderbllts are preparing to complete
the Beach Creek railway to Pittsburg.
That impression is not confirmed by In
quiries made in New York. The Beach
Creek railway Is controlled by the
West Shore system, and Is of very great
importance to It, not only as a feeder,
but as giving It an Independent control
of coal mines. The belief in New York
Is that the West Shore people do not
care to see the road extended to Pitts
burg. A reliable estimate of this year's pig
Iron production in the United States
shows that the output Is about 500,000
tons less than that of last year. This
year's prductlon will be about 6,600,000
tons. The Increase In production which
began In July last Is still manifest. The
production Dec. 1 was at the rate of
178,325 tons a week, or 9,300,000 tons a
year. It Is predicted by the American
Manufacturer In its issue of this week
that the production' next year will be
one of the largest in the history of the
Iron trade in the United States.
Saward's Coal Trade Journal says:
"The restriction agreed upon for the
month of December has been pretty
well adhered to during the first week,
but It Is yet rather early to claim that
this restriction has had any particular
effect upon the price list. At the next
meeting of the sales agents it would be
a good Idea for them to make a pro
gramme for January and February, at
least. Production should not be any
greater for each of these months than
the amount alloted for December. This
would give the opportunity for supply
ing all the demand which Is lltaly to
arise, and of getting rid of some of the
surplus coal on hand at the stocking
places."
"It Is always within the province of
the shareholders to vote as they
please." This was the terse comment
made by Vice President Garrett upon
the movement to oust tho present man
agement of the Lehigh Valley railroad.
"The election on Jan. 15," he added,
"will determine to what extent they are
dissatisfied with the present regime.
Further than this lb ere Is nothing to
say." Another official said: "We are
going through a period of depression.
Few, if any, roads have earned their
expenses within thi past year, let alone
dividends. You can't get blood out of
a turnip. The management has been
careful and economical. That It has
not paid a dividend during the year is
because it iwas not earned."
STOCKS AM) BONDS.
By the United Press.
New York. Dec. 14. The rising tendency
In the stock market was checked today
by the engagement of J3.5OO.000 irold for
shipment to Europe tomorrow, and to
Washington advices that the senate will
not take up the Patterson pooling bill un
til after the holidays. Chicago Oas fell
from 73V6 to 71' on dealings of 210,000
shares. Reading was heavy and Bold
down to 144. Sugar rose to 944 and
receded to Vi'A, with a rally at the close to
93a93. The declaration of a dividend
by the Rock Island directors and the as
sertion that it had been earned did not
stop the realization on the Grangers, whk-h
lost per cent, on the day. The clos
ing of uie market was barely steady with
prices anywhere from 4 to 1 per cent.
lower on the day. Total sales were 212,-
082 shares.
The range of today's orlces for the ac
tive stocks of the New York stock mar
ket are given below. The quotations are
rurnisned The Tribune by G. du B. Dlm
mlck, manager for William Linn, Allen &
uo., stock brokers. 412 Spruce street.
Scranton.
Op'n. High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. Inst.
Am. Cot. Oil 254 25 254 25
A. M. T 98 964 74
Am. Sugar Re'g Co 94 94 4 9l!4 83
Atch., To. & S. b'e... 474 4 4-4 474
Can. Bouth C14 014 '614 514
Ches. & Ohio 18".H 18rfi 184 184
Chicago Una 734 734 71Vs 71
Chic. & N. W M04 looti 994 59
Chic, B. & Q 73 73 724 73
C. C. C. & St. L 39 39 39 39
Chic, Mil. & St. P... (Mi 604 594 594
Chic, II. I. & P 614 644 63 63
Delaware & Hud.. ..1274 1274 1274 1274
V., L. & W 1604 16U4 1604 1604
Dlst. & C. F Vfi 9 9
Gen. Electric 364 364 354 35
Louis. & Nash 644 Wa 54 54
Manhattan Elc 105 105 1044 1044
Mo. Pacific 294 29 28 294
Nat. Lead 39 3974 39 S974
N. J. Central 914 44 93
N. Y. Central 100 100 99 9974
N. Y. & N. K 32 32 314 31
N. Y L. 13. & W.... 10 10 9 104
N. Y., 8. & W 15 15 14 14
Nor. Pacific, Pr 18 18 18 18
Ont. & West 15 15 15 15
Phil. & Road 15 154 14 14
Rich. & W. P 164 164 14 174
Texas Pacific 10 10 9 974
Union Pacific 124 124 H"4 11
Wabash, Pr 1474 147,, 144 144
West. Union 894 89 884 88
Ex-dlvldcnd 14 percent.
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE PRICES.
Op'n- HlKh- Low- Clos
ing, est. st. lng.
WHEAT.
May 58 5ST4 584 5S
December 51 51 544 54
OATS.
May 324- 324 32 32
January 29?
29 29 29
CORN.
May
49 49 49 49
46 46 46 46
474 474 474 474
6.92 6.92 6.81 C.90
7.15 7.15 7.10 7.15
December ,,
January
LARD.
Januury
May
PORK.
January 11.83 11.92 11.83 11.90
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quo-
tatlons.
No. Par
Shs. Val.
10 loo
10 60
5 100
5 100
1 100U
10 60
CO 50
10 100
25 100
10 1U0
15 100
400 60
20 100
50 100
5 100
30 100
2 500
8 100
7 500
2 100
20 50
1 100
Bid.
Scranton Packing Co ....
Providence & Ablng-
ton Turnpike 73
Scranton Glass Co
Ask
120
85
Traders' Nat'l Bank
Mt. Jessup Coal Co..
110
600
Mooslc Mount'n Coal
Co
Lackn. & Montrose
Railroad
Scra'n Saving Bank 1
Third Nat'l Hank....
First Nat'l Hank
Lncka. Trust & Safe
Deposit Co
350
6U0
130
Scrunton Trnc. Co
Walker Automatic &
Steam Coupler Co
Walker Automatic &
Steam Coupler Co
Suburban Elec. Light
Co
Allegheny Lum'r Co
Scranton Glass Co
(Bonds) 450
Wyaluslng Water Co
(llonds)
Stevens Coal Com'y
(Bonds)
Scra'n Jar and Stop
per Co ....
Dime Dep. & DIs.
Bank 62 50
Scranton Axle Works ....
10
50
CO
100
110
100
000
70
New York Produce Market.
By tho United Press.
New York, Dec. 14. Flour Dull, easy.
Wheat Dull, steady, c. lower: No. 2
red store and elevator, 694a59c; afloat,
614a62c; f. o. b., 604u61c; ungraded red,
54a63c; No. 1 northern, 68c; options
closed steady at c. under yesterday;
January, 60c; February, 61c; March,
61c; May, 62c; June, 62c; July, 634c;
December, 69c Corn Dull, easier; No.
2, 53c. for new; 66c for old, elevator; 57c.
afloat; steamer mixed, 504c; options dull;
December, 63c; Jnnuary, 52c; Febru
ary, 53c; May, 63c Oats Dull, easier;
options dull, easier; December, 344c; Jan
uary, 34c; February, 354c; May, 864c.;
spot prices, No. 2. 344c ! No. 2 white, 384a
394c; No. 2 Chicago, 354c; No. 3, 344c;
No. 3 white, 38c; mixed western, 344a
354c; white do., 39a42c; white state, 39a
42c. Beef Dull. Beef , Hnms Quiet.
Ticrced Beef Dull. Cut Meats Quiet,
weak. Lard Moderately active, lower;
western steam, $7,174 bid; city, Wc; De
cember, $7.20, nominal; January, $7.20, bid;
February, $7.30, asked; refined, dull; con
tinent, $7.60; South America, $7.95; com
pound, 64a5c. Pork Moderate demand,
steady. Butter Dull, wenk, except for
fancy; state dairy, I2a21c; do. creumery,
17a23c; western dairy, 104al3c; do. cream
ery, 15a24c; do. factory, lOalOc; Elglns,
24c; Imitation creamery, 13al8c; June
creamer, 16a21c. Cheese Quiet, fancy
colored firm; state large, 9all4c; do.
fancy colored, 114c; do. white, 10allc;
do. small. 4al2c; part skims, 34a9c;
full skims, 24a3c. Eggs Qulot; choice
about steady; state and Pennsylvania,
25c; refrigerator, 17a21c; western fresh.
24c; do. per case, $2a4; southern, 21a234c;
limed, 16al54c
Ituffnlo Stock Market.
By the United Press.
Buffalo, Dec. 14. Cattle Receipts, l.CSO
head; on sale, 80 head; market firm;
light steers (900 to 1,050 pounds), $3.40a3.60;
fat cows, $2.75a3; stock bulls, $2a2.15;
Hogs Receipts, 15,900 head; on sale, 7,800
head; market steady for good weights,
and a shade to 6c. lower for lights and
Yorkers; Yorkers, $4.55a4.70; choice heavy,
J4.70u4.75; light, J4.50n4.00; roughs, $3. 75a
4.10. Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 9,600
head; on sale, 6,400 head; market firm; ex
tra western lambs, $4a4.20; good to choice,
$3.65a3.90; fair to good, $3a3.50; mixed good
to choice sheep, $2.25a2.76; common, $1.73a
2.15; Canada lambs sold at $4.15a4.25; extra
heavy (140 to 180 pounds) Canada wethers,
$4.50o6; Canada ewes, J3.50u4.25.
Chicago Stock Markot.
By the United Press.
Union Stock Yards, 111., Dec. 14.-Cattle
Receipts, 6,000 head; common to extra
steers, J2.90n6.40; stockors and feeders, $2a
8.50; cows and bulls, $1.25a3.40; calves, $4u5.
Hogs Receipts, 26,000 head; hoavy, $4. 30a
4.55; common to choice mixed, J4.20u4.Mi;
choice assorted, $4.30a4.40; light, $4a4.30.
Sheep Receipts, 6,000 head; inferior to
choice, Jl.25a3.60; lambs, $2.25a4.25.
Philadelphia Tallow Market.
By the United Press.
Philadelphia, Dec. 14.-Tnllow Is quiet
and steady. We quote: City prime In
hhds, 4c; country, prime, In bbls, 4cj
country, dark, In bbls, 44a44c; cakes, 5c.
grease, 4o.
Oil Market.
By the United Press.
Pittsburg, Dec. 14. Oil opened and low
est, 90c; highest, 814c. i closed, tic.
T
A Word.
WANTS OF ALL KINDB COST THAT
MUCH, WHEN PAID FOR, IN AD
VANCE. WHEN A BOOK ACCOUNT
IS MADE, NO CHARGE WILL BK LESS
THAN CENTS. THIS RULE AP
PLIES TO SMALL WANT ADS, EX
CEPT SITUATIONS WANTED, WHICH
ARB INSERTED FREE.
Poor Taxes Are Due.
ALL UNPAID JANUARY 1, ISDSt WILL
be collected with costs.
AHJA WILLIAMS, Collector.
Agents Wanted.
AGENTS! I'VE GOT THE BEST THING
on earth for the DeoDle and for honest
gents who want to make money doing a pub-
iiu ijooQ, ana in sucn a way iuai
they will coutinne makine it as lone
ns they live, with the same people, lor
.v. in an aueoime anu positive neeuisity
that the peoplu must have no matter how low
the price of wheat or silver. I have agents
who are making from D500 to 81. UK) a month.
and hundreds are making from $50 to 82(A)
wiiooui going out or tneir Homes, i oonauct
my business us no agency man does, and pro
tect mv muents in a rjermantmt business re
quiring no canvassing or no cunning lying or
uecepuon or any sort. 1 have no time to read
theletteis of Idle curiosity chaps, or Paul
Prys, so give the names of Ave references and
inclose 10 cents for me to end out who and
what you are before giving you my terms to
agents. Circular sent free to all applicants.
I want an agent in every locality; elderly men
and women are the best. THEu NOEL, Geo
logist, 858 Polk street, Chicago, 111.
rjENEBAL AOENTH WANTED -SELL
V J inor new ai tides to dealers: exclusive ter
ritory, no competition, no capital required:
200 to 300 per cent, profit. Columbia Chemical
Co., (19 Uearborn St., Chicago, 111.
SALESMKN WANTED IN OUB SPEC
ialttf fcflvnrtiHin Hllhrnz-rllihlnn Vtrmlr o-mi
bicycle, sporting hoo-Is uud buggy dupart
nientt: liberal commissions. STANLEY
hkaulev, 5 E. Sixteenth street, New York.
rpo MAKE BIO MONEY SELLING OUR
A Electric Tolephono. Best seller on earth.
Sent all complete ready to set up, lines of any
distance. A practical Electric Telephone.
Our agents ma lng f to $10 a day easy.
nvoryuuuy uuya; uih; money wimout wora.
Prices Low. Anyone can make 75 per month.
Address W. P. Harrison & Co.. tllurli No. 11.
Columbus, O.
AGENT WANTED EVERYWHERE TO
sell the latest aluminum novelties, enor
mous profits, sells at Bivht. delivered froe. se
cure territory. Sample in Velvet lined case
wuu iuu information, inc. Catalogue free.
Aluminum .Novelty Co., 035 Broadway, New
York.
WANTr D - ACTIVE SALESMEN TO
handle our line, no peddling. Bnlarr,
e5 per month and expenses paid to all. Goods
entirely new. Apply quickly. P. O. Box, 530S,
Boston, Mans.
Help Wanted Male.
SAUSMENSAL
to introduce our irouds to the trade. Per
manent position, staple line, fast sellers, big
profits, pleasant work. Addross with stamp,
ivimu oi uuo, u. 61, Chicago.
WANTED -ENERGETIC MAN TO PUSH
new patont needed in every house.
Liberal commission. Room 11. 412 Suruce
street, between 8 and 10 a. m.
MEN IN EVERY TOWN. PERMANENT
position. Good pay. Experience unnec
essary. Cbautuuuua Aurserv Co.. Portland.
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Real Estate.
(il'finn-FIVE ROOM HOUSE ON FRANK
Oi'V'M lin street; $10Ocaah;balanco to suit.
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Price bnildiug, 128 Washington.
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want to buy houses. Please call and see
our list of properties. R. ERNEsTtOMEQYS,
Price building.
MARMS EXCHANGED FOR HOUSES;
V houses exchanged for farms. R. ER
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Wnshlneton, Priro Building.
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MEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 141
corner Spruce itroet and Franklin ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets for $3.50. Good
i able board.
Removal.
PETER 8T1PP. CONTRACTOR AND
builder, has removed f toni Sprues street
to 327 Washington avenue, opposite Eureka
L- nndrv.
Charter Application.
TN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF
J. Lackawanna county, No. 830, January
term, A. D.. 1815.
Notia Is hereby given that an application
will bn made to the said court on Saturday,
Dec lit, A. D., 1SU4, at 0 a. m.. nnder the act
of cssembly approved April 2V, 1874, and
the mnploinents thereto, by George W.
Keys. R, A. Marshall. John W. Jackson. C.
W, Ball and W. H. Johnson for thechartet of
an Intended corporation to be called the
"Oriental Social Club," the character and ob
jret of which is for the purpose of social
enjoyment and the literary improvement of
tlie members and for tin si purposes to have,
possess and enjoy all the rights, benefits and
privileges couforrcd by the said act and its
tupploment
The said charter is now on file In the office
of the prol honour y of Lackawanna county to
the above term and number.
FREO W. FLEITZ, Solicitor.
Situations Wanted.
YOUNG MAN (26), GOOD HABITS, ABIL
lty, and six years practical experience,
wishes a position as bookkeeper or collector
with a good Aim; first class reference and
if required. Address w. L... 1 riuune.
SITUATION WANTED BY YOUNG MAN
(j aged 21. as assistant bookkeeper, oollector
or general office work. References. Address
O. O. 0 Tribune..
CIIUATION WANTED FOR WASHING
(3 ironing or cleaning by the day. Call or
address L. B., 834, North Sumner avenue, city.
CITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
O girl to do housework or to take care of
children. Address L. E., 725 Fillmore avenue.
SALESMEN WANTED
to sell Pennsylvania Brown Nursery stock
which is the best in the world. All the new
specialties as well aa the standard varieties of
I rults and Ornamentals. A fine outfit fur
nished and Money advanced for traveling ex
penses, Bslarv dates from the day work is
coiuuienotu. write ror terms.
HOOPES, BRO. 4 THOMAS,
Mapls Ave nut Nurseries, W. Chester, Pa.
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CO
(onnolly & Wallace
INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE
The five followinsr numbers are the flrentput Va1
We offer them at the following
- -CUT PRICES:
NO. I. 50 doz. Fine Lawn,
NO. 2. 40 doz. Pure Linen,
NO. 3. 40 doz. Pure Linen,
U. 4. 100 doz. Jap. bilk, hem-stitched, size adapted for either ladies' or men's use. The
greatest handkerchief bargain ever offered in Scranton. 20c. each.or forV doz.
NO. 5. 50 doz. Jap. Silk, large size, for men's use, or for ladies' mufflers, 48c, worth 75c.
j-,iy iciici icyicscmeu m aoove lOXS.
CONNOLLY &
ii Better Bedding
Is anywhere made than is manufactured right here in
FURNITURE
UPHOLSTERED.
BEST AND
Moosic Powder Co
Rooms l and 2 Commowealtb Bld'g,
SCRANTON, PA.
MINING and BLASTING
POWDER
MADE AT MOOSIC AND RUSH
DALE WORKS.
Lafllln & Rand Powder Co.'s
Orange Gun Powder
Electric Batteries, Fuses for explod-.
lng blasts, Safety Fuse and
Repauno Chemical Co.'s High Explosive!
A Decided Move in the Skates trade has set
In and It ill pay you to examine the stock of
JUKISCH'S. at 435 Fpruc. street. Fine line of
nupertor pocket cutlery, razors, etc.. for Holi
day trade. Guns and ammunition at bottom
Htrures. Aln some secondhand heels at
prices that will astonish you.Seelng Is believing
'5 Si
LAGER
BREWERY.
Manufacturers of the Celebrated
PILSENER
LAGER BEER
CAPACITY:
100,000 Barrels per Annum
ROOF TINNING AND SOLDERING
All done away with by the use of HART
MAN'S PATENT PAINT, which conslste
of Ingredients well-known to all. It can be
applied to tin, galvanized tin, sheet Iron
roofs, also to brick dwellngs, which will
prevent absolutely any orumbllng, crack
lint or breaking of the brick. It will out
last tinning of any kind by many years,
and It's cost does not exceed one-tifth that
of tho cost of tinning. Is sold by tho job
or pound. Contracts taken by
ANTONIO HAHTMAKN, 627 Birch Bt
BMTIB 8H0K CO., toe'p. Capital, tl ,000,064.
BKST t.SO ttUOlC IN THE WORLD.
"A dollar land it a dollar tanutt."
This Lad Ins' Solid French DongU Kid Bat
fern Boot delivered fne anywhere in the U.S.. on
receiptor uun, iioney uraer,
or Postal Note for 11.40.
Xquals every way the boots
sold la all retail stores for
2.M. We make this boot
ouraelves, therefore we guar
antit the JU, ttfU ami mar.
f on la not sallUMl
rsfund the morey
another Delr. Opera
Common Bean,
, ft KK.
Ban
row rti
uttrated
Cata
logue FRCC
Dexter Shoe Co
FEDERAL ST..
' BOSTON. MASS.
Sptaiai ttrm to Dtaltn.
For Delicacy,
For purity, and tor improvement of the com
plexion, nothing equals Poiioni's Powder.
ST.., S f V 9W width IT. Tl
I-
hem-stitched, put up doz. in a box. Price, 75c. a box.
hem - stitched, full size for gentlemen, 25c. each: verv fine letter.
hem - stitched,in ladies' size, 25c.
WALLACE 209 Washington Ave.
bcranton by the
Scranton
CHEAPEST IRON BEDS
to our
Washhurn-Crosby Co. wish to assure their many pat
rons thut they will this year 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 threa
months to mature before grinding.
This careful attention to every detail of milling has
placed Washburn-Crosby Co.'s "flour far above other
brands.
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MEGAR6EL
Wholesale Agents.
We have the following supplies of lumber secured, at
prices that warrant us in expecting a large
share of the trade :
PacMo Coast Red Cedar Shingles.
"Victor" and other Michigan Brands of
White Pine and White Cedar Shingles,
Michigan White and Norway Pine Lum
ber and Bill Timber.
North Carolina Short and Long Leaf
Yellow Pine.
Miscellaneous stocks of Mine Rails, Mine Ties, Mine
Props and Mine Supplies in general.
THE RICHARDS LUMBER COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH BUILDING, SCRANTON, PA.
DID YOU KNOW?
That we WILL GIVE you beautiful new pat
terns of Sterling SILVER SPOONS and
FORKS for an equal weight, ounce for ounce,
of your silver dollars. All elegantly en
graved free. A large variety of new pat
terns to select from at
MERCEREAU
307 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
EVERY WOMAN
BomsUaMnteds a nllabls, monthly, ntralaUnt msdielns. Only haraOataiS?
thapurast drugs should bsatad, lljou want tha baal, gat
Dr. Peal's Pennyroyal Pills
Thar arc prompt, tafa tnl esrtaln In rasalt Tbs naslns (Dr. Psal's) saw Hup.
nolat, eaataaaa, 11.00. Addrasi S sal MwuOlM C, CleTsland, O.
For Saleby JOHN H. PHELPS,
Spruce Street, Scranton, Pa.
RESTORED flNHOI
! The gnat moisdr
ental Worrr.
J an
aampuon ana in
BWf OHil AMD jjrriCB UbUMI.
anteotoeurwor
iorsa,uw vi
Tor b O. H. BABRISw Drucilik,
each, or $1.35 for box of doz.
Carpets Cleaned.
Feathers Renovated.
IN THE CITY.
patrons:
Juniata County, Pennsylvania. Whits
Oak.
Sullivan County Hemlock Lumber and
Lath.
Tioga County Dry Hemlock Stock
Boards.
Elk County Dry Hemlock Joists and
Studding.
& CONNELL
Pharmaolst, Cor. Wyoming Avenue anal
ni
I DR. MOTTO
PILLS
rornawrai prottratlos and allnarronsdlaaaaaii of
Bedding Co.
& GONNELL
Bl lus sane rail va orgmna ox oii.ur aucnap isarroua rruwn". -.-.
Ins or Lol alanhoixl, ImpoWST. NtthUy BaiHiloBS.Toutlitul Krrpraj
eioaaalro nu of Tobaoco or Opium .which load to Cony
manttr. With orarj BS ordtrwaalTe a wrt turnouts"
r refund tbomoncT. Fold at Vl.eo vr box. ft boioel
JU HO'lTI CIlSMiCAii CO., VlnvalanU. Oote
l1 Atobu.
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