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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 17, 1895.
yr ana bath wHhOurirm Boip, nntl appli
cation of ('UTicl'm (olnlmrnt), anil mild dnee
( Cimcua Kmolvimt (th aaw bluod unrUlcr)
' fold IhrmutMal Mi wt. nriHih 4'M F. iw.
MI a Sons. I. Kh'C E4warl.. lwdim. roil;.
llaUU a Cacu. Cuik, Soli Prop.. Pmtdr, II. M- A.
THE WORLD OF BUSINESS
STOCKS ASP BOXDS.
New York. Oct. 16. The stock market
till retains Its professional character.
In the opening ikuliiiRS the 'tendency of
prices was upward. The upward tend
ency, however, was checked soon after
the opening hy advance In the posted
rates of sterllnR exchange. Industrials,
the Grangers, Louisville ond Nashville
ami other leadlus stocks were sold and
this started moderate liquidations for
the long accounts. Prices receded anywhere-
from 4 to 1 per cent. Sugar
fell 1 to 107; iJurlinKton and Qulncy
1H to tW. St. Haul to ock
iKlund 1 to 78. Deneral Klectrlc " to
S7. Tennessee Coal Hi to I--'1: Chicago
lias sold down i to CS and later rose
to 694a4. The recovery In Chicago
Gas hi the closing dealings steadied the
general market and a fractional recov
ery was noted. Net changes show de
clines of St to 1H per cent., the latter In
The runge of today's prlcas for the ac
tive stocks of the New York stock mar
ket are given below. The quotations are
furnished The Tribune by O. du U. Dlm-
inlck, munuger fur Hllutn l.mn. Alien sc
Co.. stock brokers. 412 Spruce street,
Op'n- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. nig.
Am. Tobacco Co Wi W i-s
Am. Cot. Oil a Si
Am. Sugar lte'g Co.IUHi lus'i
Atch., To. & a. Fe... s;
"hea. & Ohio W
Chicago Gas Hi
Chic. & N. W 107'
Chic. U. & Q 87'
C. C. C. & St. L 4.V4
Chic. Jill. & St. P... 77'
S7 WH 0nV4
Chic. K. 1. & P.
iviaware & Hud Vi2 l;t!i 1&!3 132',,
D.. L. & V.
Dlst. & C. F
Louis. & Nash...
M. K. & Texas...
iMnrhattan Ele lim4 lliM, lloi4 uoi,
Mich. Central W I'M W H
llo. Pacific 374 37 37 371
Nat. Cordage S'i 8'j 8'i
N. Y. Central
N. Y. & N. E
N. Y., L. E. & W....
.101 101 100H 100
, 53i 53'4 53 53',
, 12', 12' 12 12
12- Vl' 12'i 12-i
36 30 36V4 i
4 4 4 4
, IS 19 19 19
ISH Ws 18 18
3 30 30', 3iH
21 21 20 ?o
12 12 12 12
43 4:) 42 42
10 10 10 11
16 1S 15 15
9 9, 9 9
23 23'4 22 22
S3 93 92 92
15 15 13 15
14 14' 14 14
79 79 77 77
Nor. Pacific, Pr...
Ont. & West ,
Phil. & Rea.l
Uouthern R. R ,
Tenn.. C. I
Tex. Pacific 1"
l nion pacific.
Wabash. Pr 23'
I. S. Leather 14'i
u. a. Lieatner. rr.... 7
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE PRICES.
Ooen- Hlsh- Low- Clos-
lng. est. est. Ing.
61 61 60 60
65 65 61 64
18 18 18 18
20 20 20 20
27 28 27 27
29 29 29 29
5.77 5.77 6.72 6.72
5.90 5.90 5.90 5.94
9.52 9 52 9.45 9.47
9.75 9.75 9.70 9.72
Scranton Board of Trado Exehanga Olio
tatlons-AII Quotations Based on Par
of 1 00.
Name. Bid. Askd
Green Ridge Lumber Co 110
Dime Dep. & DIs. Bank 130
Scranton Lace Cur. Co 50
Nat. Boring & Drilling Co 90
First National Bank 600
Thuron Coal Land Co 90
Scranton Jar & Stopper Co 23
Scranton Glass Co 65
Lackawanna Lumber Co 310
Spring Brook Water Co 90
Elmhurst Boulevard Co loo
Scranton Axle Works to
Third National Bank 3J.)
Lacka. Trust and Safe Dep. Co ... VA
Scranton Packing Co 115
Scranton Havings Bank 200
Scranton Traction Co 10
Lacka, Iron & Steel Co 150
Weston Mill Co 250
Traders' National Bank 120
Scranton Glass Co 100
Economy Steam Heat ft
Power Co 100
Scranton Pass. Railway flrst
mortgag. due 1918 110
Scranton Traction Co t.i
peoples mreet Hallway, first
mortgage, dus 1918 110
Scranton A Plttston Trac. Co. ... 90
reopie s mreet Railway, Sec- . ,
ond mortgage, due 1920 110
Lacka. Valley Trac. Co., first
mortgage, due 1923 100
picksop Manufacturing Co 100
LAcKa.-Townsnip School 5 102
City of Scranton Street Imp 6 ... 102
Naw York Produce Market.
New York, Oct 16. Flour Dull, un
changed, steady. Wheat yulet, easier;
No. 2 red store and elevator, 67a6Hc;
afloat, 68c; f. o. b., 69c; No. 1 northern,
7a7c.; options dull and firm, closed
steady at ac. below yesterday; Janu
ary, 68c; March. 70c; May, 70c; Oc
tober, 66c. ; December, 6714C. Corn Firm,
quiet; No. 2, 38c. elevator; 39c. afloat; op
ber, 37c; November, 36c; December,
tlons closed at ac. advance; Octo
36c; May, . 36'4,c. Oatn-Bpots steady,
fairly active; options quiet, steady; Octo
ber, 24c. J November, 23c; December, 24c;
May, 25c; No. 2 white, November, 25c;
pot prices. No. 2, 24c.j No. 2 white,
25c; No. 2 Chicago, 25c; No. 3, 23c;
No. 3 white, 24c. j mixed western, 25a26c;
white do., 25a30c; white slate, 25a30c.
Provision Unchanged. Lard Quiet,
weak; western steam closed at $6.05; city,
35.76; October, 36.06, nominal; refined, dull;
continent, 36.46; South America, 36.80; com
pound, 4a5c. Pork-Quiet, steady; mess,
$9.7610. Butter Moderate demand, un
changed. Cheese Firm, fair demand;
state Jwrge. 6a9c; do. fancy, 9'4c; do.
mall, 7al0c; part skims, 3a7c; full
kirns, 2a3c. Eggs Steady, moderately
active; state and Pennsylvania. 20a21c.;
toe house, 16al7c; western fresh, '!U2oc.;
(Jo. per case, $2a3.
Toledo Grain Market.
Toledo, .O., Oct 1. Wheat Receipts,
3,111 bushels; shipments, 9,100 bushels;
market quiet; No. 3 red, cash, 67c; De
cember, 67c; May, 6c; No. 3 red, cash,
5c. Corn Receipts, 48.145 bushels; ship
ments, 44,900 bushels; market steady; No.
1 mixed, caeh, 22c.;. No. 3 do., 31c; No. 3
yrllO'W, 33c; No. 3 do.. 32c. Oats Receipts,
1,200 bushels; shipments, none; no trading.
Clover Seed Receipts, 1,287 bags; ship
ments, 176 bags; market dull; cash and Oc
tober, 34.16; December, 14.22; March, 34.25;
prime alilke, 34.15.
Chicago Live stock.
Chicago, Oct. 16. Cattle Receipts. 19,000
head; market for good steady, others
W,R t Mimmnn tA kvlra tm)M S3 iltaS Ril
stoukers and feeders, 32.40s4; cows and
bulls. $1.40a3.70; calves, 32.60a6.26; Texans,
S.75a3.(0; western rangers, 32.50a4.5O.
ogs Receipts, 40,000 bead; market weak
and 6al0c. lower; heavy packlna; and ship
ping; lots, $S.65a4.10; common to choice
mixed, $3.60a4.10; choice assorted, 34a4.10;
light, 33.60B4.oJt pigs, 31.754. Sheep-i4e-
celpts, 18.000 head: market firm for choice,
others weak: interior to cnoice, i.mu.w
lambs,. $3a4. 40. (. . .
Baffalo Live Stock-
Buffalo, Oct. 16. Cattle Receipts, t.596
head; on sale, 20 head; market opened with
prices unchanged, closed weak; good fat
cows, r-'.IaJ; llgnt to gooa stocaeni, ii.-m
2.75. Hogs Receipts, 7,840 head; on sale,
$.680 head; marked opened active but at
10al5c. decline and weakened fully We.
more 'before noon, market closed very dull
and fully 10c. lower than the first decline;
W loads left over; early quotations, good
Yorkers. $4.30a4.35; light Yorkers. $4.2Sa
4.30; mixed packers, $4.304.45; heavy, good
to choice. 34.3.0a4.35: pigs. $4.20a4.30; roughs.
33.23a3.65; stags, I2.75a3.25: the bulk of late
sales of Yorkers and good weight hogs
were at $1.20, and of pigs, $4.15. Sheep and
Lamba Receipts. 9.000 head; on sale.
8.530 head; market opened very dull and 10a
2ile. Jower for all kinds, closed very dull
with 12 loads of natives unsold and four
loads of Canada lambs held over; mlved
sheep, good to choice, $2.15a2.65; extra, $2.i;i
3; culls to fair. $1; export sheep, $3.5a
3.75; extra. $3.SOa4: prime lambs. $la4.30:
gooil to oliolce, $3.73a3.90; fair to good, $3.10
a3.Ua; llgnt 101s, 9Ja.4.u; cuhb bum
mon. $2.25a3: 15 loads of Canada lambs
sold late, mainly at $4a4.25; a few fancy go
ing at $4.35.
' (111 Market.
Pittsburg. Oct. 16. The oil market here
today closed at 122, the only quotation.
. .... to nw 3 1 . . ...I.. ...1 iirlou nf
JU V 11 , Ul. iO. i lir" DIUlluuiu f
PhllnJalnhla Tall nw Market.
Philadelphia. Oct. 10. Tullow Is quiet
and unchanged. We quote: uiy, prMiii
in ihhds. 4c; country, prime, in bbls.
H'c; uo. uara. in UOIS, tc, mwi -r
NEWS OF OIK 1NDISTRIES.
Happenings of Interest to the Stapel
Trades and Particularly to the Trade
in Iron. Mcel and Anthracite Coal.-
The Lehigh Valley Railroad company
Is about to place orders ior z,ww new
The Pennsylvania Railroad company
has ordvred from the Pullman company
S30 freight cars, each to have a capacity
of 80,000 poundl.
Cxal dealers are now buying coal at
tiruvia llinir ratvi. as thev luvdlct all-
other rise In the price In the very near
Pivhlint Wllhur and the directors of
Hie . a 1 11-J .taiiiuni ..... -
today on an inspection of the lines and
terrnunais ot tne ro-au.
The nominul price of steel rails Is $2S,
bi:.t .as the mills are all sold up, $2W Is
usked for smnll orders for quick deliv
ery, and no large lots can be obtained
at less than 330 per ton.
Tha .Ti,a. Uavdn hna nu'tirdil cnfl
tracts for 1.500 new freight cars, most
of them to be used In the through ser
vice. The awards were made largely to
New England manufacturers, so as to
ti.nc.iu rage manuracturing wunin in
There Is a scarcity of freight cars on
all the principal railroads In this state,
nnd many shippers who were holding
off for lower freight rato3 are now or
fering a premium for cars. The Iron
lr.dustr es are clamoring: for better pvr
vlee. and the Pennsylvania Railroad
company has Just placed an order for
1.000 gondola freight cars.
The amount of coal shipped over the
Reading line? for the week ended Oct.
12 was KI6.S79 tons, comparea witn 2u.
439 tons the corresponding week last
year, an Increase of 56.439 tons. The to.
tal amount shipped to that date was
373,077 tons, compared with 10.349.533
tens the like period last year, an in
crease of 1.023.541 tons.-
The scarcity of stove and egg sizes of
anthracite cmal at .New York will soon
be over, as. the Delaware. Lackawanna
and Western and the Susquehanna and
Western coropanles are now moving
coal more freely. The Reading com
pany Is, however, short of these sizes
of coal, and it cannot nil all Its orders.
There are Inquiries from all over the
country for coal, and It looks as If the
dealers have very little stock on hand.
as they are desirous of having their or
ders filled at once.
R Al LROAI)NOTES.
The statement Is made that the road,
beds and equipment of the New Eng
land roads during the recent depres
sion were not kept up to the standard
and it will now be necessary to spend a
considerable sum of money In Improv
The Texas railroad commission has
established a rate, fixing the density
of cotton for railroad transportation
at twenty-two and one-half pounds per
cuolc foot, and authorizing railroads to
haul cotton past compresses where the
compress owners will not guarantee the
standard density established by the
commission, and take the cotton to
some other press that will make the
The Pennsylvania company has 41.1I71
cais of its own and 40,644 belonging to
Individuals and companies doing busi
ness over Its lines, and, had the com
pany as- many more, often could not
meet the requirements for cars. To
day they are many thousand cars short
of filling dilly orders, and are obliged
to select the shippers who should be
For mine months the agreement as
regards immigrant-traffic has been well
lived up to bv t'he eastern and western
roads, the traffic being dividrd between
the several western lines through the
Immigrant clearing house In New York.
Now It is raid unit f-r me of the lines are
uneasy arid this agreement Is likely to
be abrogated; '
NEVER TOO LATE TO MEND
the bad habits and
early vices of young
men and their dis
ces. Young men
and old men, those
who suffer from
nervous debility and
wasting away of the
vital strength and
power from hidden
drains or intemper
ate habits can readi
ly find relief for body and mind by writing
the World's Dispensary Medical Associa
tion, of Buffalo, N. Y. They employ a full
staff of physicians and Specialists, who
treat at a distance by correspondence or at
the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute
of Buffalo, all this class of diseases. Those
who suffer from low spirits, irritable
temper, a "broken-down" nervous sys
tem, and such distressing symptoms as
backache,- dizxihess, shooting pains in head
or chest and indigestion, sexual excesses
or abuses, all the result of exhausting dis
eases or drains upon the system, will find
a permanent cure after taking the special
prescriptions sent them from the Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute. This associa
tion of medical men have prepared a book
written in plain but chaste language, treat
ing of the nature, symptoms and curability,
by home treatment, or such diseases. The
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
Proprietors of the Invalids' Hotel and Sur
gical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., will, on re
ceipt of this notice, with 10 cents (in stamps
for postage) nuti), sealed in plain envelope,
a copy of this nseful book. It should be
read by every young man, patent aud guar
dian in the land.
The Key to the Situation
if you suffer from Sick or Bil
ious Headache, Constipation,
Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, or
any derangement of the stomach,
liver and bowels is Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets. Mildly and
tly, but thoroughly and ef
ivelv. Uiev cleanse, renovate
and regulate the entire svstetn.
One little " Pellet " for a gentle laxative
three for a cathartic. They're purely vege
table and perfectly harmless : these tiny,
gar-coated granules of Dr. Pierce.
. ...-r .:.
WHAT ABOUT OUR
SOME FACTS ABOUT THEIR
PAINS AND DISEASES.
Th Symptoms of Sick Kidney and
the Dictates That Sick Kidneys
Will Cause. A Sure Cure for ,
the Kidneys end for
There are a great many people who
don't know that the kidneys are simply
All the bood made by the food we
eat passes through our kidneys.
The kidneys separate whait Is had
from what Is good, -what Is unhealthy
from what Is healthy, throw out the bad
and let the good pass on to nourish our
And this la going on every minute of
our lives. '
Some folks overwork their kidneys.
They have to suffer the consequences.
Hut the consequences would not be
go bad if they would take 'Dr. H abb's
Sparagus Kidney Pills.
The kidneys get overworked from
worry, hard work of the body or mind,
excesses, overeating, etc.
Worry Is probably the most commoon
of these causes.
Overwork of the kidneys makes them
sick, and they make us sick.
When the kidneys are sick the blood
suffers. It gets poor, thin, unhealthy,
When our kidneys are Hick we may
have Krlght's Disease, Diabetes,
Nephritis and other dangerous kidney
Or we may have Rheumatism, Gout,
Neuralgia , General Muscular Weak
ness, etc.; or Anaemia, Pale and Sallow
complexion. Chlorosis or Green Sick
ness, Dizziness, etc.; or Skin Diseases,
Plmpk'3, Blotches, Erirptions, etc.
It may seem wonderful that one medi
cine should .be able to cure all these dls
tases. but when we remember that they
are all caused by Impure blood, and
that the Impure blood Is caused by
the kidneys, It becomes a question of
simple common sense.
The kidneys make pure blood.
Pure blood means health.
Therefore, when you have diseases of
Impure 'blood, cure your kidneys with
Dr. Hobb's Sparagus Kidney Pills.
This will make you well and strong
Dr. Hc.bb's Sparagus Kidney Pills
contain. In concentrated form, special
vegetable druss which cure and renew
The combination from which they are
made Is found In no other medicine or
prescription. It was first used by Dr.
Hobb In his private practice many
years ago, and was so unfailingly suc
cessful that his original prescription
was finally made up Into Dr. Hnbb's
Sparagus Kidney Pills. The concen
trated extract of Aparagus, which Is
the iprlnclpal Ingredient, Is prepared
exclusively by the Hobb's Medicine
company, under a special process.
Dr. Hobb's Sparagus Kidney Pills
will cure you when you are nick.
They will put new Mood and new life
Into you. They will give you new ambi
tion, new looks and new (brightness of
eyes and skin.
A few doses will relieve. A rew boxes
Of all druggists, or mailed prepaid to
any address f.ir 50 cents a box.
Write for Interesting pamphlet on the
subject, free on application, to .Hobb's
Medicine company, Chicago or Ban
'M:ss Stone, of Plttstrm, and Cora
XIavbee. of Narrowsburg. N. Y., are
guests at the Methodist Episcopal par
sonage. f.MIss Amelia Jarmyn. of Clark's sum
mit, returned to her home In that place
Monday, after a week's visit with Mr.
and 'Mrs. Ellas B. 'Edwards.
Miss Anna Reed, of Providence, Vis
ited relatives here Sunday.
Mrs. Fred Soby. of Jermyn, spent
Sunday with her parents, 'Mr. and Mrs.
Mattie Walters, of 'Hernice, SuIIIva.n
county, Is visiting friends and relatives
in Forest City and Vandllng.
The large building at Vandllng owned
by Morgan & Westgate was burned to
the ground Sunday morning about 2
o'clock. It was occupied on the ground
floor by 'Morgan & Westgate as a
butcher rhop, and by T. D. Bryden as
a general store. Three families occu
pied the remainder of the building as
living rooms, namely. Frank Westgate,
John Scully and Thomas Morgan.
Nothing was saved. The Are originat
ed In the butcher shop. The Hillside
and Enterprise Hose companies of For
est City responded to the alarm, and In
the order named had streams plavlng
on the burning building In about fifteen
minutes after the alarm was sounded.
The building by that time, 'however,
was a mass of flames and could not he
saved. The building and Mr. Westgate's
goods were Insured for 13,000. All the
other tenants had noma insurance, but
not enough to cover the toss.
There will be no school next week, as
county Institute convenes at Montrose
on Monday, and our teachers will at
Professor B. F. Maxey. of Forest
City, who is employed as a teacher In
the Jermyn high school, has been hired
by the school board of that place to
conduct a night school.
The Hillside company paid Its em
'Lizzie and Eva McLaughlin will open
a dressmaking establishment In the Os
F. J. Osgood and u .H. iMay made a
report of last week's Epworth league
oonvention at Wllkes-Uarre on Sunday
evening in the 'Methodist Episcopal
At A rpfFlllnr tnt ln.tr nf thn inhnnl
board, held at No. 1 school In at evenlnjr.
tht fnllnial n cr K 1 1 I n r ansa terna xa nonyiln.l .
"ri unniiii.r-0 vadT iiaiiruvir'ii.
The salaries of the teachers for the
month of 'September were ordered paid.
The agreement .between ' the Throop
schorl board and ours -was accepted,
rt requires the Throop school district to
pay the Dickson district $874.86.. The
maner or tne nivtsion or me borough
Inln Iwn ri!lfrl.t a.a aim k,ni,hl ....
and fHamuiaori TVi t I n ... , U n .it
scholars residing south" of Storrs avenue
Hiiaii go io o. i scnnoi, ana an north
of said street go to No. I school, and
that all scholars having attained the
plehth ffrarlp H u tl err. r. nmfUM, 1T-...1
at No. I school for instructions. The
people of -the lower end of the borough
do not favor this action, claiming for a
reason mat it is too rar to walk, es
pecially in tne winter: but the board
will stand bv their unllnn .haos,an k...
think they are working to equalise th'o
uenuance, ana 10 graae the schools.
This matter being settled and orders
drawn for witness fees In the late case
with Throon. the ' mtin
Mrs. P. J. OTVinnnr nt T.lnnnln w...
Is visiting her eon, John, in Mamar-on-evk,
The need of a cross-walk at the Junc
tion of Main st rent irw1 9hvL. A. .........
was shown when the funeral procession
nau 10 waia in tne mud on Monday,
Relief In Six Hour.
r' t raal n.'Viln.a mm A m.JJ.. m.
rel.'evad In six hours by the "New 8outh
IniiSnlfl fT'rillAV P.ip- fphl. .....
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MV ' m m nul . I m I -. mm a..... -. ..
exceeding promptness In relieving pa.'n In
the bladder, k'.dneys, back, and every part
of the urinary passages. In male or fe
male. It relieves retention of water and
pain In passing It almost Immediately, if
you want quick relief and cure th'
your remedy. Sold by C. M. Harris; Drug
gist, US Pena avsnut, staranton, Pa.
Tha tlMfc WAtno mnat attrllal, anrl
the greatest value of any a.00 Men's
Shoes on the continent.
Best calfskin, dongola tops, solid
leather soles, with all the popular toes,
lasts and fastenings, and Lewis Cork
Each pair contains a paid-up Acci
dent Insurance Policy for 9100, good for
Wear Le wis'Accident Insurance Shoes
once and you will never change. The
insurance goes for "full measure,
Talk with your dealer who sells Lowla
FOR SALE AT
Globe Shoe Store
227 UCK1 AVE., SCRANTON, Pi
EVANS ft POWELL, Prop'n
EVA M. HETZEL'S,
Superior Face Bleach,
PvSltltalj Btmnes All Facial Blemlsbis.
No more Freckles, Tan, Sunburn, Black
fieads, Liver Spots, Pimples and Sallow
Complexions If ladles will use my Su
perior Face Bleach. Not a cosmetic, but a
medicine which acts directly on the skin,
removing all dlscoloratlons, an one of the
greatest purifying agents for the complex
ion In existence. A perfectly clear and
spotless complexion can be obtained in
very Instance by Its use. Price, 11.00 per
bottle. For sale at E. M. Hetzel's Hair
dressing and Manicure Parlors, 330 Lack
awanna ave. Mall orders tilled promptly.
Now in Charge of the Chicago Medi
cal and Surgical Institute, No. 412
Spruce Street, Scranton, Pa.
Comes highly re-ommended by nil the lead
ing ''octors of ths world, and makes it H.ee.ai
ty of and will treat only woinon and children
and all m ute and chronic diseases peculiar to
the female sex. Her specialties in which she
lias achieved so nnu-h great success and honor
are Female Complaints, Blond Poison. Rhou
matiiiu, Chronic Nervous Diseases, Tumors,
Cancers. Goitres. Cripples, DetormitliM, St.
Vitas' Dance and Epileptic Fita All who call
within twenty days will reoeive advicoand
service free, including medicine fur three
months, for tl Examination and advioa
free. This institution has no e nnection with
Dr. Reeves. Take elevator in store below, 4li
Hpraca street. Office hours from 8 a. m. uutil
p. m.; Sunday from 2 to 5 o'clock p. ui.
Sanborn ana Tan, and ra
store the skla to its origi
nal freshness, producing a
clear and healthy com
nlnxian. BuDerior to all tana
preparations and .perfectly
CPusslJta, or milled iur SOcU.
harmless. At all
VIOLA SKIN SOAP ! H-Hr taseami e
KrtMss U UMakl ftr IM MM, H4 wttknls
Mi. AtiranMi, Prlee li Cm
Q. C. BITTNER 4 CO.,Tols:do,0,
.or sale by Matthews Bros, and Jena
Uses sv vms Mmhist Msdmsi Someeinie
i SnEHTHOL NHAIEB
IxaALm sill ear yon. A
wonderful boon to uferan
from Cl4a. Mara TIm.I.
Mmrf Mi.HlMl In mm
Is sosknt, lead to m on Srst Indication of eols.
reatlnaee ITta Kfsete faraaaant Cera.
eta Trial free n Drmstsia, BesiMerad mall,
ft) earn. LI. CUSIliJ, luT; tint ln auk, u. a. 4,
HtNTHOL TSj Mrjns ana eaf ,H renedr faf
r-- - - - iiiiinuiieMMkji
i. old Sorea. Sums. Cnta. Wm4mAiI hb.
snr for FI Lite. Frtea. SS ate. at Hnr- D a I SS
Hals or by mall prepaid. Adaraee aeaboTe. DW L m
..For sale by Matthews Bros, and Jehs
VIGOR ' r.iEti
Easily, QuIoMy, Pennuently Rsstorsd.
Deklllty, and all toe train
or evin irom eariy errors or
later excesses, the results of
overwork, sIckneM, worry.
etc.. Full strength, davek
opmentand tons liven to
(every organ and portion
of the body. Simple, nat
ural methodi. Immedi
ate imurovemeat seen.
Failure Impossible. x,000 references. Book,
sxplanaUon and proofs mailed (saaled) free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y.
ON THE LINE OF THE ,
CANADIAN PACIFIC R'Y
are located ths finest Ashing and hunting
groi ads In thn world. Descriptive books on
application. Ticket to all points ta llaine.
Canada and Maritime Provinces, Minneapolis,
ht raol, Canadian and United States North
west, Vanoonver. Seattle, Taeoms, Portland,
Or., baa Kraneiao , -
First-Class Sleeping and Dining Cars
attached to all throngs, trains. Toorlsl oars
fully fitted with bedding, curtains and sp e
tally adapted to wants of familial may be and
with second cluas ticket. Ratal always lost
than via other linns, fto full Information,
time table, etc, on application to
K. V. 8KI.MNER, Q. EC. A.
' 253 BnOlDWaYt REeV V0.lt' '
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Sizes and Styles
Sizes and Styles
THE SCRANTON STOVE
have arranged with the following
STllOXU'S FUKNISIILNG HOUSE, 320-322 Fcnn Avenue.
W. G. D0UD & CO., 500 Lackawanna Avenue.
F00TE & SHEAR CO., 110 X. Washington Ave.
11. J. HUGHES, 124 South Main Avenue.
m . - - ar
Send S rnnli tnr mi. k.n.
Faultless Chemical Pnmn.nu r.,.i.
CALL UP 3632.
HI OIL M KlflMl
OPFIOE AND WAREHOUSE,
141 TO 181 MERIDIAN STREET
M. W. COLUIN3, M'flfr.
wftar. I JA tiiWell Man
llthDar.JfEtft of Me.
TMI WHAT soth
WSJ r a w " - '
predaoMth.abov.re.nlu In SO lis ja. Itscti
Kwrf ally sad qulcklf. cum wh.n all otbr tell
aas na will rngaia th.ir io maukood.aadold
Baa will reoovar their routhfnl visor or naluf
BETI VO. It qulcklr sod .urelr raatore Merrou
Bess, Uat Tltalltr, banotener. Nlfhtlr SniMlon.
Lo rower. Tail! nf Mtmoir, Wulln Oli-aaea. and
II BVts ol eelr-abun or .iKiMand Indlacretlon,
whlek naSte en for itodr, bnalnen or marries.. It
Bo only ear, by Martins at the aaat of dleanae. but
Issarnst ar tonle and liluod bnllder. brinr
Ins each tb pink glow to pal. hak nnd r
terlas b fir. of youth, ft warda off Inaanltr
and OasanaiptloD. loalit oa bavins RKVIVO.no
ethar. It can b. earMad ta veet pocket. By snail.
1.00 pw paokaan, or all for M.OO, with a pwl
Mv wrlttaa anarant. to car aa rsriusd
the money. Circular In.. Addraa
0rL MEDICINE CO.. 83 Rlvar tt, CHICaOO. ILL
sal hr aMhws Bras. Otaswlst
Sarnntaa . Fa
A I'Mltlte Written
I1iiim.1i,J Cum fti.
' LOST MAN!
anil all attindln'
both of yuuuz am
airo.l tnen and woo
airo.t ucn and women. ?h
Remit of treatment. Gliltoits. nrodncinc weak
Maa, Menou Dobllitr.Hkjthtly Eralaalol:a,C'imanmitl.n.
Inaanltjr, Exhaoatlna dralnaand Ion of power of the Qvar
Bie roratudy, nnamoaa ana mar.
r. liedrlrneanaaalah Merv.
wraia. in- nu tun turo dt Kanintr ai uin aoai 01 ui
aaae.Jbnt aran jmal KEnVKl-ONlU aadbl.OliD
tlllLUKIt, brinclnf hack tf sink rlaw t yal.
ekeaka and rmtofliiatSr flltE VV TUIITIt to to
natumt. Br mall, ai.bo nor boa or a for aa with
Ira naraatea ft rare r refund t ranarr. Book
tnwSyanlaa Mar Urali- Co., ll.a au. New Vara.
ror aie py uhn h. phki.i's, urus
flat, Wyoming ave. and Sprue street. . ..
firms to sell their
AT FOUNDRY PRICES.
At a time when mauy manu
facturers and dealers are making
the most astounding statements
regarding the merits and durability
of inferior Pianos, intending pur
chasers should not fail to make
critical examination of the above
EL. C. RICKER
Gcncrul Dealer in Northeast,
New Telephone Exchange Building, 113
Adama Ave., Scranton, Pa.
OLD WHITE PI TIMBER
For toy Structural Work.
ANY SIZE, AND OP TO FORTY FEET LONG
RICHARDS LUMBER CO
22 Commonwealth Bids, Scranton, Pa, Telephons 422. ..
Prhk-heater Englbh TMajaond Ttraa. '
VaTTlV s. rtiislaiiaoiBiiiiliir.
vminm sst uiMaKiri wnm .'ia
mamZ mramd I Hatal saatl U wataUta'
kiH. mM ,m bino rihiwti. Take
'ffltilsiti si ! -
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Sizes and Styles
Ovtr 26,000 in Use.
m von Bora Tb maa. Pimnlaa. ronpef'OOtOroo
Spot, Acfcea, old Bona, Cloen In Mouin, Hair
Wllng? Writ. CMkBenaedyCSer Ma
aaaalaT.aniierChlet8aJiMor proof, of sans.
Capital asaaSpSee. PsUtntacnrad nln
inn arnna ana 1
ana wall, i