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THE SCBAHTON 4 TIUBUXE TUESDAY MOBNI2M.' .NOVEMBER' 26, 1895.
- . and the . .
Deep ; Sea
The Hallotis, . a ship of English origin,
but of very shady record, ha been pur
cued and captured by a cruiser which
found her trespassing 111 forbidden waters
nd Wrecked her engine with a shell, tthe
was found to bo laden with stolen pearls.
The victorious warship towed her cap
tive to land a remote island under the
tropics but meanwhile the chief engineer,
Mr. Wardrop, succeeded in concealing
certain -parts of the machinery, and In
iiajcinp; tne ruin appear more complete
than it reallv Is. The wretched crew, vhd
naa uoea consigned to the army for Junulo
service, were at last, on demand of the
ErrIIkIt government,' called back, and they
are now confined on board their own ship.
They, are not much Interfered with: but
their condition is miserable, und they are
almost in despair.
Then the skipper cursed Mr. War
drop for importing frivolous side in
sues Into the conversation, and the
crew cursed one another and the Hallo
tis, and all that they knew or could
bring to mind. Then they sat down In
Silence' on the empty decks, nnd their
eyes burned In their heads. The green
harbor water chucked at them over
side. They)ooked at the palm-frlnpred
, hills Inland; at the white houses above
the harbor road, at the single tire of
native craft by the quay, at the stolid
soldiery, sitting: around the one can
Til Trouble Yon for the Rest of the
non, and. last of all, at the. blue bar of
the horizon. Mr. Wardrop was burled
in thought, and scratched imaginary
lines' with his untrlmmed finger nails
on the planking.
"I make no promise," he said, at last,
for 1 can't say what may or may not
have happened to them. But here's
the ship, and here's us."
There was a little scornful laughter
..at this, and Mr. Wardrop knitted his
brows. Me recalled that In the days
when he wore trousers he had been
, chief engineer of the Hallotis.
"Harland, Macksry, Noble, Hay,
Noughton, Pink. O'Hara. Trunbull."
, "Here. .sir! The. instinct of obedl-
; ence waked to answer the roll-call of
; "Below." '
They rose and went.
, "Captain, I'll trouble you for the rest
ot the men as I want them. We'll get
' my. stores out, and clear away the
- stores we don't need, and then we'll
patch her In the Hallntls under me."
He went Into the engine-room and the
' others stared. They were used to the
accidents of the sea, but this was be-
yond their experience. None who had
seen the engine-room believed that nny
thlng.3hort of new engines from end to
end could stir the Huliotls from her
lhrtng3. - '
The engine-room stores were un
earthed, and Mr. Wardrop's face, red
with the- filth of the bilges and the ex
ertion of traveling on his stomach, lit
with Joy. The spare gear of the Hall
otis had' been unusually complete, and
iwo-and-twenty men armed with screw
Jacks, differential blocks, tackle, vices,
and "a forge or so, can look Kismet be
tween, the eyes without winking. The
crew were orderd to replace the holding-down-
and shaft-bearing bolt, and
JuTn Ahe cJ5"ars f the thrust-bout.
'When they had finished Mr. Wardrop
They Throw ttot
delivered a lecture on repairing com
pound engines without the aid of a
dockyard, and the men sat about on
tho cold hiachlnery. The cross-head
Jammed In the guides leered at them
dninkenly, . but offered no, help. Thev
ran their i fingers hopelessly into the
cracks of the starboard supporting
column, and picked at the ends of the
rwpt roundthe shores, while Mr. War
drop's vojee rose and fell echoing till
the quirk tropic night closed down over
the engine-room skylight.
' Next morning the work of reconstruc
It has been explained that the foot of
the connecting-rod was forced against
' ' A wwmharhb6owTtfiCirtkttniop
and a single tppllcatlott, of Cuticura
, ; (ointment), thi peat Skin Cure, clear the
scalp and. hair faf crults, scales, and dand-
ruff, allay Itching, soothe irritation, stint
j, uate the hair, follicles, and nourish the
, roots,: thus, producing Luxuriant Hair,
; fVltlka clean, wholesome scalp.
K tT$?V FOR THE
9 RUDYARD KIPLING.
by to Auticir. M
the foot of the starboard supporting
column, which It had cracked through
and driven outward against the ship's
skin. To all appearances the job was
moro than hopeless, for rod and column
seemed to have been welded in one. Hut
here Providence smiled on them for ono
moment to hearten them through the
weary weeks ahead. The second en
gineermore reckless than resource
fulstruck at random with a cold chisel
into the cast iron of the column, and a
greasy gray flake of metal Hew from
under the Imnrisoncd foot of the con-ncctlng-rod,
while the rod itself fell
away slowly, nnd brought up with a
thunderous clang somewhere In the
dark of the crank-pit. The guides
plates above were still jammed fast In
the guides, but the first blow had been
struck. They spent the rest of the day
grooming the donkey-engine which
stood Immediately forward of the engine-room
hatch. Its tarpaulin, of
course, had been stolen, and eight warm
months had not Improved the working
parts. Further, the last dying hiccough
of the Haliotis seemed or It might
have been the Malay from the boat
house to have lifted the thing bodily
on its bolts and set it down inaccurate
ly as regarded its steam connections.
"If we only had one cargo derrick!
Mr. Wardrop sighed. "We can take the
...-in.w-cnvpr off bv hand if we sweat,
but to get the rod out of the piston s
not possiuie unless we uc
there'll be steam the morn if there s
nothing else: She'll lizzie everywhere.
Next morning men from the shore
paw the Hallotis through a cloud, for
It was as though the deck smoked. Her
crew were chasing Bteam through the
shaken and leaky pipes to its work in
the forward donkey-engine; and where
oakum failed to piug a noie, wic,
stripped on their loln-ciotns ior lap-nine-
nn d swore, half-boiled and mother-
naked. The donkey-engine worked at
nrirn the nriee of constant attention
and furious stoking worked long
enough to allow a wire rope, it was maue
in i if Q funnel and a foremast-stay, to
be led Into the engine room and made
fast on the cylinder-cover or tne ior
ward engine. That rose easily enough
and was hauled tlirougn tne BKyi.sni
nd on to the deck, many nanus assist
Ing the doubtful steam. Then came the
tug of war, for it was necessary to get
to the piston and the Jammed piston
rod. They screwed an iron screw plate
on to the piston, douDiea tne wire rope,
and set half a dozen men to smite with
an extemporized batteringram at the
end of the piston-rod wnere it peereu
through the piston, while tne aoimey
engine hauled upwards on the piston
itself. After rour hours of this furious
work, the piston-rod suddenly slipped
and the piston rose with a jerk, knock
ing one or two men over Into the en
gine room. Hut when Mr. Wardrop de
clared that tne piston nau not spin,
they cheered and thought nothing of
their wounds, and the donkey-engine
was hastily stopped,! for Its boiler was
no thing to tamper with. And day by
day their supplies reached them by
boat. The skipper humbled himself
once more before the governor, and as
a concession had leave to get drinking
water from the Malay boat-builder on
the auay. It was not good drinking
water, but the Malay was anxious to
supply anything In his power if he were
Da d for It.
Now when the jaws of the forward
engine stood, as it were, stripped and
empty, they began to wedge up tne
shores of the cylinder Itself. That
work alone filled the better- part of
three days warm and sticky days,
when the hands slipped and sweat ran
Into the eyes. When the last wedge
was hammered home there was no
longer an ounce of weight on the sup
porting columns; and Mr. Wardrop rum
maged the shin for boiler plate, tnree
quarters of nn inch thick, where he
could find It. l here was not niucn
available, but what there was was
more thnn beaten gold to him. In one
terrible forenoon the entire crew, naked
and lean, hauled back, more or less
into place, the starboard supporting
column, which, as you remember, was
cracked clean through. Mr. Wardrop
found them asleep where they had fin
ished the work, and gave them a day's
rest, smiling upon them like a father
as ho drew chalk marks about the
cracks. They Woke to new and more
trying labor, for over each one of those
cracks a jilate of three-quarter-Inch
boiler Iron was to be worked hot; the
rivet holes being drilled by hand. All
that time they were fed on fruits
chiefly bananas, with some sago.
Those were the days when men
swooned over thfi ratchet drill and the
hand. forge, and where they fell they
had leave to lie unless their bodies
were in the way of their fellows' feet.
And so, patch upon patch, and a patch
Coats at Wardrop.
I over all, the starboard supporting col
umn was ciouiea: but when they
thought all was secure Mr. Wardrop
decreed that the . noble patchwork
would never support working engines.
As best It could only hold tho guide
bars approximately true. - The dead
weight of the cylinders must be borne
by vertical struts, and therefore a gang
would repair to the bows and take out
with flies the bis bow anchor davits,
each of whlph 'was some three Inches
In diameter. They threw hot coals at
Wardrop. and threatened to kill him,
those who did not ween (they were
ready to weep on the least provocation):-but
he hit them with iron bars
heated at the end, and they limped for
ward, and the davits came with them
when they returned. They slept six
teen hours on the strength of it, and
In three days two struts were In place
bolted from the foot of the starboard
supporting column to the under side of
the cylinder. '
There remained now the port, or con
denser column, which, though not so
- iiuuw, naa also
been strengthened In four places with
mie paicnes, Dut needed struts
They took away the main stanchions
of the bridrrp . fnr lhn b
- - - - - . . V TT 1 1 n, MIIU.
craxy with toll, did not see till all was
in iMBi-tf inai ine rounuea oars of iron
must be flattened from ton to bot-
tnm ff. ftllnv. 4kn- bin i .
c mn i.uijip levers 10
clear, them.. It was Wardrop's over-
oirui, biiu ne we:n utueny Dernre the
men as he gave the order to unbolt the
atrnta n-irl flatten .. .i . w u .
- ,1 wim iiuimner
and the flame. Now the broken engine
was unoerpinnea nrmiy, -and they took
away ' the wooden shores from under
- incur lu Lim
robbed bridge, thanking Ood for even
nun u uuj b wwm un p;enue, Kinaiy
wood 'instead of the iron that had en-
ImuI IhIk' tAln .n,.l. Vftl:. , i.
IIM" llivril BUHII, Clgl.l II1UIIMI0
In the back country among the leeohea
at s temperature of 84 degree moist Is
very bad for the nerves.
, They had kept the hardest work to
the last, as boys save Latin prose, and
worn as they were Mr. Wardrop did not
dure to give them rest. The piston rod
and connecting rod, were - to be
straightened, and this was a Job for
regular dockyard with "every appliance.
Tney fell to It. cheered by a little chalk
showing or work done and time con
sinned which Mr. Wardrop wrote upon
the engine bulkhead. Fifteen days
had gone fifteen days of killing labor
and there was hope before them.
(To Be Concluded.)
THE WORLD OF Bl SI N ESS.
Stocks and Ilonds.
New York, Nov. 25. The Industrials
were more prominent in the dealings at
the Stock Exchange than for tome time
past. The activity, however, was at the
experse cf values and decllnos, ranging
from to 3 per cent, were recored In these
Issues. Sugar fell to 97. Chicago Gas
reii to iii-s. Distiller sold clown .o iss,.
This stock cloFed at or near the lowest of
the day und showed net lorses of 'iu27,
per cent. The railway lif t cut aloof from
the Industrials, and was firm to strong
throughout. Prices Improved anywhere
irom ai-s per cent, rne urangers,
Northern I'aciilc preferred. Manhattan.
Louisville and Na&hvlllr were most promt.
nent in tne rise, in tne nnai ueo,ings
money on call worked a little close and
transactions were enecteii at 3 per cent.,
but tills had no Influence. Net changes
in the railway lint show gains of per
cent., .Norinrn i'aciilc preierrea leauing.
Total sales. 201.000.
Tho rnni;e ot today's prices for the ac.
tive slocks of the New York a lock mar
ket are Riven below. The quotations are
lurnisneu The Tribune by u. du a. inm
mlck. manager for William I.lnn. Allen A
Co., stock brokers, 412 Sprue street,
Op'n- High- T..0W- Clos-
ing. est. est. inK.
Am. Tobacco Co 83'4 83(4 8V4
Am. Bimar Ke g Co. ri'4 tw i r
A-teh., To. & S. Fe... lirSi 1T lWs 1
Cun. South 65 ffii4 55 5T4
Ches. & Ohio 18i Wi ISM, 184
Chicago Oas 63 3 M 112
Chic. & N. W NHS ItuPi MS-, 10P
Chic, 11. & Q 84 Kfc WVi Sr.'i
C. C. C. (ft St. Li 41 41 4'"'4 HIV,
Chic, Mil. & St. P... lt 7Si 1 75
Chic, It. 1. & P... 7-1 75 75 75-U
DIsU ft C. F 19 19'4 N' IHVfc
uen. Klectrlc 30-?, si 31114
Lake Shore 151 157 151 151
Louis. & Nash 52'i Kl4 52H 53'4
.Manhattan Klc vo-i swi jmiHi
Aio. ruciiic a z-si
Nat. Lead 30V, 3H4 30t4 30U,
N. J. Central llMVi lot!1 1W-4 1084
N. Y. Central loo'i loo, 100'J inoi,
in. i., . c v pr.. aii ; si si
Nor. Pacltle, Pr 15' 15'4 15 157i
Ont. & West 15 15'j, 15 15i.j
Pacific Mall KJ 30'i, 30j 3Vi
Phil. & Kt-ad 10 0'4 9't HI
Southern R. R 10 lO'-i '4 10
Tenn. C. ft 1 32 32'i 32 32i
rex. pacitic s'4 K"i 'i
Union Pacific ? m T4
Wabash. Pr IS74 19 1 lS'i in
West. Union 87'a 88 87-i 87
W, L 14 . 14 . 13'i 14
U. 8. Leather 10'i 10'4 10U
U. S. Leather, lr.... W't H4 tH;B
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE PniCF.3.
Open- High- Low- Clos
WHEAT. Ing. est est. Ing.
December 5fi'i 67 K D7
May 60 61i CO'j 61 U
DeeembeY 17 18 17T4 18
.May 20' 204 201 20
December 27 27 2C', 27'i
May 2U', 29 2 29
January 6.50 B 55 6.50 6.55
May 6.75 5.77 6.75 6.1T
January 8.90 9.02 8.87 9.00
May 9.22 9,40 8.25 9.37
Scranton Hoard of Trade F.xchaiffce Quo
tntlons-All Quotations Based on Par
Name. Bid. Askel
Green Ridge Lumber Cs 110
Dime Den. ft ni8. Bank 130
Scranton Lace Cur. Co M
Nat. Boring ft Drilling Co 80
First National Bank 600
Thuron Coal-Land Co vO
Scranton Jar & Stopper Co
Scranton Qlass Co 66
Lackawanna Lumber Co HO .
Spring Brook Water Co 100
Klmhurst BoulevsM Co 100
Scranton Axle Works 80
Third National Bank 350
Lacka. Trust and Safe Dep. Co ... ISO
Scranton Packing Co 100
Scranton Havings Bank 300 -
Lacka. Iron & Steel Co 150
Weston Mill Co .- 250
Scranton Traction Co 55
Bonta Plate Glass Co 12
Scranton Clans Co , 100
Economy Steam Heat ft
Power Co 100
Scranton Pass. Railway first
mortgage, due 1918 lie
Scranton Traction Co $S
People's Street Railway, first
mortgage, due 1918 110
Scranton ft Pittston Trac. Co. ... 90
People s Street Railway, Sec
ond mortgage, due 1920 110 ,
Lacka. Valley Trac. Co., first
mortgaKe, due 1925 90
Dickson Manufacturing Co 100
Lacka. Township School 5 102
City of Scranton Street Imp 6 ... 102
Scranton Axle Works 100
New York Prodnco Market.
New York, Nov. 25. Flour Dull, easier;
closing steady; winter wheat, low grades,
S2.25a2.65; do. fair to fancy, S2.65a33o; do.
patents, S3.50a3.70; Minnesota clear, S2.60
a3.15; do. straights, $3.10a3.40; do. patents,
S3.15a4.10; low extias, $2.25a2.G5: city mills,
S3.8ua3.90; do. patents, :i.90a4.15; southern
Hour dull, sternly; common to fair extra,
t2.10a2.H0; good to choice do., 2.90a3.30; rye
Hour, dull, easy, 2.65a2.95. Wheat Spot
market, dull, firmer; No. 2 red store and
elevator (;8aUNic; afloat, B9!4a6Wic. ; f. o. b.,
69ati4c; ungraded red, G4a70c; No. 1
northern, 6G',4c; options fairly active and
II nn at c. advanav: No. 2 red. January.
ttla; March, 67c.; May, 67c; June. lc;
July, Sc; December, 65c. Corn Spots
quiet, tirm; ino. z at atiasiivic. ; elevator,
38c; afloat; options, dull, Arm St r. ad
vance: November. 35c. : December. STi'tc. :
January, 35c; May, 35c. Oats Spots
rainy active, easier; options nun, nrmer;
November, 22c; December, 23'4c; Janu
ary, 23 3-5c; May, 25Wc; spot prices, No. 2
at 22482;!?.; No. 2 white, M4c; No. 2 Chi
cago. 23:u2lc.; No. 3 at 22c; No. i white.
23a23'Ac; mixed western, 23a24c; white
do. and white state. 14a27c Beef Steady.
quiet; family, S10a12; extra mess, S7.50a8;
beer hams, inactive, ii4ni4.(io; tiercea peer,
strong; city extra India mess, $17. Cut
...... O 1 .. . ..I ..I, ! .,.1 1 1 in .., .1 -
iuenia nit-niii, iiivmm urincvi vuiti,
6M-o.; pickled shoulders, 6iaSc.- pickled
hams, a4auc; miunies, nominal, uara
Quiet, stronger; western steam, 85.80; city,
$5.40; November, (5.80; nominal; refined,
quiet; continent, 86.25; South America,
$6.60; compound, 4ia5c Pork Fair de
mand, firm; mess, $9.50al0. Butter Fancy
In light supply and Arm; state dairy, 12
t21iic.; do. creamery, 15a22'4c; western
rialrv. 10V.al5c: do. creamery. 14a23',',c do.
June. 15a21c; do. creamery, 9al6c. ; Blglns,
23a23c; imitation creamery, 12al8c.
Cheese (juiet; state large, '(aioc.-t ao.
fancy, 9!!ia!0c. ; do. Bmall, 7!lal0e.: part
skims, 34a7jC.; full skims, 2Via3o. Eggs
Quiet, easy; state and Pennsylvania, 22
a26: ice house, 16a20c; do. per case, $3.50
n-1.50; western fresh, 21a23c.; do. per case,
$3.50a4.25: limed. 16Vial7c: do. per case.
Toledo Groin Market. :
Toledo. Nov. 25. Close: Wheat Re
ceipts, 4,000 bushels; shipments, 8.600 bush
els; No. 2 red. cash and December, 65tyc;
May, GTTIiC.; July, 67'4c Corn Receipts,
9.420 bushels; shipments, 15,400 bushels;
market quiet; No. t yellow, cash, 28"c ;
No. a ao., ic. ino. i mixea, zac uats
Recelnta and shlnments. none: no trad
ing. Cloverseed Receipts, 63 bags; ship.
me Ms, 24 bags; market nrmer; prime,
cash, 84.5214c; February and March, $4.60.
Chicago Llvo KtoukV
Union Stock Yards, til.. Nov. 25. -Cat tie
Receipts, 16,000 head; market steady;
common to extra tteers, $S.10a4.83; stock
crs and feeders, $2.S0a3.80; cows and bulls,
$1.50a2.50; calves, $2.50n6; Texans, $2.20a8.65;
western rangers, 42.25a3.75. Hogs Re
ceipts, 60,000 head; market firmer, 6 cents
higher; heavy packing and shipping lots,
$3.55a3.70; common to choice mixed, $3.46
a3.67; choice assorted, $3.66 a2.65; light,
$3.4Ca3.65; pigs, $2.25a3.60. Sheep Receipts,
13,000 head; market Arm; Inferior to choice,
$1.76a3.40; lambs, $3a4.30. ; - .
Buffalo Live Stock.
Buffalo. N. Y.. Nov. K.-Cat!1e-Re-
celpts, 4.356 head: on sale, 4,598 head; mar
ket dull for heavy steers; good to choice
steers, $4.20a4.40; extra do., $4.60a4.76, with
fancy Christmas f-tetrs selling at (4.90x6.25;
light to medium steers, $1.75tt4.16; good fat
11 v. . t. . .. v. Ki.i nr. . 1 .. . v.... ,
HHiii uuiLifcia, vtf.wnw.iw. hiiu u u iuuc! B
stock, $2.75a3.66; fat heifers $J.50o4; fair
to goou, w.ttoai.2u; lai cows, siaifti; cnoice
fat. 83a3.60: fair to good oxen. $3aa.60!
choice smooth lota, $S.7ta4; bulls In moder
ate supply and firm; light to good stock
ers, $".40a2.76; feeders, $1 $53.85-; veals and
calves In good demand and steady. Hots
Reoelpts, 10,10 head) on sale, 26.W9 head)
market weak: eood to choice Yorkers.
$3.713.75: light lots, $3.75aJ.80; pigs. $3.80
ai.nu; mixed and mediums, 83.7ua3.7d; good
to prime heavy. 83.16; roughs. .$3a$.26;
stagj, $2.50a3. Sheep and Lambs Receipts,
17.20 head: on sale, 34,000 head; market
weak; mixed aheeu. fair -to rood. S3.lOa2.50:
culls and common, Sla2; choice handy
wethers, $2.60a2.90; export sheep, $3a3.25; a
few fancy selling at 83.40a3.60; top native
mm or. h.iv; prime seieciea ao., x3.sua4.aj;
fair to good, $3.25aS.76; culls and common,
$2.50a3.10; Canada lambs sold mainly at
tn.u; oes-i vanaaa selling ai n.A
Oil City, Pa.. Nov. I5.-OII opened and
highest, SI. 62; lowest, $1.65; closed. SI.E6L4.
Pittsburg. Pa.. Nov. 25. Oil ODened. H.60:
highest, $1.6214; lowest, $1.65; closed $U6Vi
Philadelphia Tallow Market.
Phlladelnhla. Nov. 25. Tallow la steadv,
but demand is light. We quote: City,
prime, in hhds, 4a44c; country, prime. In
bbU 4a4Ltc; do. dark, in bbls, 3a3T4c.i
c:;.es. ic; grease, 3'jaa-iC.
NEWS OF 01B 1XUUSTBIE3.
The pay-roll of the Pennsylvania Steel
Works at Steelton for the two weeks
ended yesterday amounted to $108.195,an
average of $22.76 for every man and boy
who was employed during that period.
The total amount paid out was the
largest In the history of the company.
It Is said that the Pennsylvania rail
road intends to make a speed test of one
or its big engines, now In the Meadow
shops. The engine is said to be No.
1.61A, which Is built on English plans,
and It la proposed to have it haul six
Pullman cars between Jersey City and
Philadelphia. The test will be made in
the near future.
The Lehigh Valley Railroad company
is attempting to gradually establish
pension fund with which to provide as
far as possible for their employes who
grow oiu in the service of the company.
Kecent action on the part of that com
pany provides tickets for the use of the
employes traveling on the Lehigh Val
ley lines at the rate of one-half cent per
mile, and a considerable portion of the
amount received from the sale of these
tickets Is to be set apart for payment
into the pension fund. Rules governing
the Investment and appropriation of the
moneys received are to be established.
A Seh) Package (4 to 7 doeee) et
Dr. Pierce's 1
7b any one tending name and address to
ms on a postal card.
ONCE USED THEY
ARE ALWAYS IN FAVOR.
Hence, our object in sending them out
They absolutely cure Sick Headache, BIL
iousness, Constipation, Coated Tongue, Poor
Appetite, Dyspepsia and kindred derange
ments of the Stomach, Liver and Bowels.
Don't accept some substitute said to be
"just as good."
The substitute costs the dealer less.
It costs yon ABOUT the same. .
HIS profit is in the "just as food."
WHERE IS YOURS ?
Address for Fee Sample,
Worts" Dlspeitary Medical Association,
No. 663 Mala St, BUFFALO. At K
MAOl DOCTOR dWA
will atop a congh in a night, check a cold
in a day, and care consumption if taken
la time. If the little ones have Croup or
Hit i prompiiy.
vronp is a very
The disease progresses so rapidly that
the loss of a few hours In treatment is
often fatal. ACKER'S Enolish Reme
dv will cure Croup, and it should al
ways be kept In tho house or
emergencies. A j cent bottle nay
save your child's life.
Three slsesi SSe, 0e, (1. All Drncriits.
ACKER MEDICINE CO.
it & t8 Chambert St, Sew York.
THE DOCTOR'S ADVICE.
Buffalo. My face has a very oily ap
pearance. Kindly give me aome remedy.
Two teaspoonsfuls of our Natrollthlc
Baits, before breakfast, for a week.
N. R., Boston. Use Cerebrine for
C. T. Y.. Blnsrhamton. Have been an
noyed for over a year with larae Dlmnles
on my back. Can you suggest a cure? .
Take our Thyroidlne. extract of the
thyrola gland, three times dally. Twice
each week Natrollthlc Salts.
G. M Trenton. No! yes. Take our
Onslrlne, a teaspoon ful after each
meal. You will get better at once.
William, Natchei. What Is good for a
coated tongue; also a remedy to gain
Take our Natrollthlc Salts and Gas-
trine. The Doctor.
The above preparations and other spe
cialties of the
Columbia Chemical, Co., Washington, D. C.
Including the famous
am! NATROUTHIC SALTS. '
At all Druggists. Send for Literature.
Sold by Matthews Bros., $20 Lack's ave.
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This todies' gUd n ssn PessfaU KM jisV
a sot asllinH is aaywam lathe VSm
lMOTVI, BllM UMr.
er Postal tteM tar M.
Xonals eten wsf sks Vxrta
sold la at sstell
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mntt the JU, eMt tmd war,
end kf say sue Is aet ssstsAesr
wtu rsfeae she mmmf
suae ii saw sssi
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On view fron 9 a. m, until 9
W. C. Deaqaesne,
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L. de schrevver.
The entire collection is from the Johnson Gallery, formerly of 225 Fifth avenue, New Yorfc,
and will be os. exhibition
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Nov. 25, 26 and 27.
Rile by auction will take place Thursday, Friday aud Saturday evening followiug at 8 o'clock,
P. S. Please present Invitations at the door, as no ono will be admitted without invitation.
RenH S cents Tos e-mole pacing t.
Faultless Chemical Company, baltl
Manufacturers of the Celebrate
lootooo Barrels per Annual
The best wearing, most stylish, and
the greatest value of any 13.00 Men's
Shoea on the continent
Best calfskin, dongola, Kjps, solid
leather soles, with all the popular toes,
lasts end fastenings, and Lewis' Cork
Each pair contains a paid-up A cel.
dent Insurance Policy for f 100, good for
Wear Lewis' Accident Insurance Shoes
ence and yon will never change. The
Insurance goes for "full measure."
Talk with your dealer who sells Lewis
FOR SALE AT
Globe Shoe Store
EVANS ft POWELL, PropH
ROOF THM1IIG Am S0LDERS& ,
'All alAnsft fia f ei K ka .. .m vv a mess.
t" - . wcii-nuuwn 10 au. it east oe
applied to tin, galvanised tin, sheet Iron
reofs, also to brick dwellnr. which will
prevent absolutelr any crumbling, eraek-
i V 1 II V BTKK. II Will QUI
any kind by many yeara.
wmi wni noi exceea one-niin ins
t nf Hnnln. 1m -n1 k. k lk
er pound. Contracu 'taken by
ITONIO HAHTetAKN. IS Blroa M.
.tk of youns sad sdddl
Hvu wiii, .umw
ALWAYJ HITiTHfttLs- j
. i.nTvsis swhicneuot rocrhnSt
Mitts ottnotnmt. f RHOKS, prodooOf weak.
asss, Nwroee rciuitj7mtlT tmUtlou, Coawraptlos.
tuuttr, KxhMKtas OsiiiasBdloaot jwwer ot tb0f
ejnUTsOrsus nitwit mforstadr,MsliMasDdaM
fmA hr SMtTeiuVe psr boj (tor S wttk mrtu
for sale by JOHN H. PHELPB, DrtLf
gist, Wroaslnt ave. and Spruce street,
S18 Spruce Street. -;
p. m., one hundre4 and fifty modern high class paintings from
most celebrated Kuropaen masters.
the Followlns: Artists Are In
OTTO DE TII0REN,
G. II. Kotclicarelte?,
Trust and Safe Deposit Co.
NO, 04 Lackawanna Avonues.
Surplus and Undivided Profits,
WILLIAM T. 8MITII,
HENRY J. ANDERSON,
Vico Presldont '
JOHN W. F0WLE3,
Duslnsaa Alii ncrann.il ninnn(a
J HWHUUU..? IVfcbllSU.
hayings deposits received and interest paid on sum of $1 upwards.
anrSmM act9 fustce. Executor. Guardian? etcT, under
appointment by the courts, corporations or individuals.
Cn"l!atlSSS!f fr thC State f andth.
frai90,d,Cnlrab,e iizcB ln ire and Burger Proof Vaults for Rent
the siimmef lnoPnthin convenient Storage for Valuables for
OLD I T PI T IBER
For Heavy Structural Work.
ANY SIZE, AND OP TO FORTY FEET LONG
RICHARDS LUMBER CO
22 Commonwealth Bltfe, Scranton, Pa. Telephana 422.
IRON AND STEEL
Bolts, Nuts, Bolt Ends, Turnbuckles, Washers, RJn
ets, Horse Nails, Files, Taps, Dies, Tools and Sap
plies. Sail Duck for mine use in stock.
SOFT - STEEL - HORSE - SHOES,
And-a full stock of Wagon Makers' Supplies, Wheels,
Hubs, Runs, Spokes, Shafts, Poles, Bows, etc,
1W ' t CHITA
Kesolt la 4 weeks.
' vry fc o rdr we give
VEAL MEDlClNIi CO.,
For sat by JOHN H. PHELPS,
Spruce Street, Scranton Pa.
EVA M. HETZEL'S
Superior Face Bleach,
Pulliislj hum 111 Ficlol Blm!sa:s.
Ko more Precklec, 'Tan, Sunborn, Black
heads. Liver Beets. Plmoles and Sallow
Complexions If ladles will- use my Su
perior Face Bleach. Not a cosmetic, but a
medicine which acta directly on tbe skin.
romovinff an aiseoiorations. an one or tne
greatest purifying scents for the complex
ion In existence. - A perfectly clear and
sDotlesa complexion oan be obtained In
every Instance by Its use. : Price, $Le per
bottle. For sale at B. U. Hetsel's Halr
dreaalntr and V anion re Parlors, no Lack
awaana ave. taaU orders Blled proaativ.
Prof. Carl Helz
Prof. 0. PMz,
Prof. Franz Ortll
HENRY BELIN, J a.
COM! AD BCHROEDEB.
R. T. BLACK.
HKNRY J. ANDERSON.
EDWARD B. 8TUROK3,
J. BEN DIM MICK.
WM. T. SMITH.
WILLIAM CON NELL,
T i uui-twa
Wkm In dmibt wh.t to an for Nno DiUlltr. Lost of Sexutl trmm (hi tilbw
Wl, ImpaUKjr. Atrophy. ViiluccK tml Mkc, nakMMM. from Ml cmm, im
Sin rill,. Ditln, diKkcrl Md full ,lf quickly mlareii. If iulcMi, nek
lpn.,1,1.. PM!( (.i.llv U.il.l....hM T..UI f t. . IhMMfathA With
lesal ruerantM to cure er refund the money. Aaatees
Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming AvtfnuA ana
THI aBT sotb
prodixwe ths sboT resnlts In SO Oars, Met
poTMtf ally end qaieklr. Carte when all ethers tsU
Vvkbs sua wiu nssia tkelf lost auahoed. ead eld
teea will iseercr thtlr rotitkfal visor by mint
KET1TO. It ealeslr d sursly restetse Mermf
ms. Lest TlUUtv, Xaisateacr. Mlclitly toieMeat.
Loot Power, Islllat Msnory, WarrUna Siseesse. sed
ell esMs ot sslf-sar et .siisinl Isdlecraiise,
nhJali n9U cae (or rd, iMMtnean ar mtrrlf. II
so. tIt CTinu br eUrtlrn l tk ewt f !,
Isesteet stervetesile sad bloo tssllder, Mtsty
1st keek the piak (law to Ml eheekssediw
Mrln the Ire of youth. I wards off festal
ad OsaeasiptloB. lasist oa hsrtat BKTITO,a
Kthsr. It ou he tarried la wsst umekii. Be smU
i 1 JtO per rekre, er six tor walk I
o writiesi amsrmateo oenw
thesnosksy. Oberdartrse. Addieas
0Yl MEDKIH CO, It llrer UL. CmtH. Hi.
at aM y HaHhewe Broev. tl
tcf to BOrriliAf WrltjM
dTesm Bsa sBbsBBrjBBBnesl Ml
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vlatwa, H, tor sreets of evse.
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