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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE- MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1900.
LIVE NEWS OF THE
NEW, METHOD OF USING AN
THRACITE COAIi DUST.
Invention Which It Ib Belloved Will
Revolutionize the Method of Using
the Finer Grades of Anthracite for
Fuel Appointments Made by Gen
eral Superintendent Sidney Will
iams, of the Pennsylvania Coal
Company Present ' Status of the
'Anthracite and Soft Coal Trades.
Powdered conl In tlio fuel of the fu
ture, according to the officials of the
Illinois Ojntral railroad, who have
been experhnontlnff for the last wool:
with a dovico for making use of coal
Two boilers nt the railroad's Four
teenth street power house have been
equipped with the new Invention, and
tests of efficiency and wonomy In the
use of coal will bu continued for the
next thirty days. At the end of that
time the railroad men claim they will
liave demonstrated that coal when
ground line enough Is the best and
cheapest fuel available, an well as be
The subject of coal-dust firing has
occupied the attention of engineers all
over the world for years, but the idea
lias only recently been put into prac
tical shape. For coal-dust firing the
coal must be ground to a powder us
line as wheat flower.
The appliances now in use at the
railroad power house are simple. A
large hopper above the door of the
ilrebox receives the dust, which Is put
up In bags seventy pounds to the
bag. From this hopper the powdered
coal is jarred down by an automatic
shaker to a revolving brush with steel
bristles. At the same time currents
of air are admitted at one side and
the top of the lruh. Revolving sev
eral hundred times a minute, this
brush throws the particles of coal Into
the Ilrebox, where they nre in stunt
ly in a state of combustion. Dampers
for the further admission of air are
placed below the brush.
These appliances were placed on ex
tra boilers, the only change necessary
being the construction of a front fac
ing of brlrk about two feet deep.
Tcbts were maile yesterday after
noon, when the other four boilers In
the power house, which nre hand-flrcd,
were shut off, and the two boilers hav
ing the new devices were used to
operate the entire plant. Hags of
du.st were pouted into the hopper as
iciiuired, and the fire got no other at
tention during the two hours' test,
except an occasional adjustment of the
dampers and the feeders. Illinois
coal, quoted at SIMO per ton, was the
fuel, and the ofllcluls declared that, so
fur as they could see, It was doing the
work as well as the better grades for
merly used. The cool is dumped into
a circular pit, where six hammers,
each sti iking 100 blows a minute,
pound the mass until it is lino enough
to drop through iiimIick at the 'bot
tom of the pit.
It is claimed that the adoption of this
arrangement by the rity would give
an easy solution of the garbage piob
lem, as the intense lvat would in
Mantly consume the rubbish. Experi
ments arc being pushed to demon
strate whether tho system is suitable
for use nn tile road's locomotives.
Tests will bo made of the apparatus
in several of the large smelting works
within the next month.
John F. Wallace, second assistant
vice president of the Illinois Central
railroad, declared that the olllclals of
the company were satisfied that the
principle of the new invention was
correct, and that they expected to
demonstrate that there was n saving
of from twenty-five to forty per cent,
on tho same quality of coal. Mr. Wal
lace said that within the next month
he would begin experiments, using the
fiont-end cinders and the clinkers
from the grates as fuel after grinding
them. Chicago Itccord.
Order from Superintendent Williams.
. Sidney "Williams, who lias hern pro
moted from the office of comptroller
ot the Pennsylvania Coal company to
tlis.t of general superintendent, has
is3'jied the following order:
Prnnvhanla Co.il Company.
General Superintendent's Ofhcc.
Dunmoie, Pa., Sept. LI), 1000,
Circular Xn. 1,
TulfiiiK effect Oct. 1, 1000, some changes will
! made in the nruanir.itlcn ot the operating
department, and tho following officers aie ap
pointed: Mr. Alc. Iliyden, mininj; engineer,
Mr. William I'orsjlli, ineihinlcal engineer.
Mr. Chailes I'. Saiase, mielu'.lns accnt.
.Mr, I'clu-in M. Heyea, land agent.
Mr. James (lilinntln, chief coal inspector.
Mr, Albeit Jenkins, stable and farm Mipenlior,
Mr. Wllion J). Pecker, coil blilppfng agent.
Mr. James Young, elMrlct supoiiiilcndciit, a),
signed to district No, a.
With headquaitei.s at Dunmore, I'a.
Mr. Jclin W. Held, district superintendent, as.
signed to district No. -',
Mr, John Jopling, district (.upcilutei.dent, as
sured to district No, J,
With headmiaiteis at 1'iUston, fa.
Messrs. Willard, Warren k Knapp, grueial n
lleilois, Itepubllcan building, Sirautmi, I'.i.
Approved: fieneial Supirli.lendcnl.
George D. Smith, thhd lcc-piesldent,
Road Made Right Handed.
Trains on tho "Bloom" division 'of
tho Lackawanna now run on tho right
hand track, and so far as is known
among railroad men here, theio la no
lotk-er a railroad in the United States
on which the trains uieTFlin left
handed. The chunge on the "Bloom"
went into effect yestsrelay
When this road was constructed,
nearly hulf a contury ago, it was found
expedient to muko it left-bnnded, be
cause of tho arr.iusemont of tho
Soranton yard, At that tlmo the yard
wan divided into two sections, the
northern ono being for loudcd trains,
and tho southern for empties, The
"Bloom" was almost exclusively u coul
ror.d, bringing up the product of the
down-the-valley collieries and return
lnu them tho empty cars. To avoid
crossing the loaded and empty trains
in netting them to or from, us tho case
mlj,ht be, tholr lespeaiivu Hides of the
yard, tho road was lata out left-lmnd-?d.
Whether a road is "right" or "left"
Is Hlmply a matter of fashion, Jn Kng
laufl and ono or two other countries,
th road are run left-handed. In those
countries the custom of tho highways
Is to turn to tho left. In thiB coun
try, where tho roads are now all run
rlUnt-hunded, the rule of the roud is
to turn to the right.
The Coal Trade,
The Engineering and Mining Journal
of Saturday says, with reference to the
anthracite coal trade;
"Articles with scare headlines in the
dafly press havo worked (up consumers
finely. Tho scramble for coal that be
gan last week continued into this week,
and even men who should know better
seem to have lost tholr hends. Tho
higher prices asked arc steadying
things a bit, however, nnd In a few
days consumers will bo able to look at
tho situation soberly. In the West
dealers seem to ho as excited as In tho
East, and there as hero tho excitement
has caused considerable purely snecu
"Prices nt some points went up with
a whoop, notably at Mllwuukee. At
Chicago, tho fact that coal can be
brought in by rail In case tho strike
lasts long enough to keep receipts by
hike below normnl at the close of navi
gation, Is having its effect ,but prices
are still llrm nnd advancing. At tho
head of tho Lakes, consumers have
sent In a Hood ot orders, many of
which are declined until the companies
owning docks know whore they are nt.
Receipts for tho past two months have
been light, but there Is coal enough on
tin docks to last well Into cold
(Concluded from Page 0,1
This and That.
Tho crucible steel plant of the Cum
berland Iron and Steel company, Hnl
tlmoie, Jld., has been closed down for
an Indefinite period by the Crucible
Steel Company of America, with which
It was recently combined.
The Haldwln Locomotive works, of
Philadelphia, Pa., has ready for ship
ment six locomotives for tho Holglnn
Klute railways. Six were shipped two
weeks ago. This completes the order
for twelve mogul engines which was
secured last spring.
The Urown Hoisting and Conveying
Machine company, of Cleveland, O., is
shipping to Alexandria, Egypt, by the
steamer Philadelphia, Its Inst consign
ment of bridge material and structural
iron. The shipment is valued at about
$200,000, and completes a largo order
received some time ago.
The Arthur Losey Iron works nt
Point Marlon, Pu has u small blast
furnace which is to blow in soon. It Is
called the Tom Thumb furnace, hav
ing n capacity of twenty-eight tons a,
week. Tho furnace is to be used for
experimental manufacture of a high
silicon pig iron by a process of which
Losey is the Inventor.
The demand for coal in the Atlantic
seaboard soft coal trade Is very heavy,
so heavy that there Is an actual short
ago at the shipping ports, and this
shortage Is becoming more pronounced.
Prices uro advancing and there is
considerable speculative buying. The
shortage at the tidewater ports is due
chiefly to the mysterious action of all
the main line roads in keeping cars.
THE SOLDIERS' MONUMENT.
Plans for Its Unveiling Are Already
Arrangementsare progressing nicely
for tho exercises attendant upon the
dedication nnd unveiling of tho Sol
diers and Sailor's monument, now In
course of erection on tho Court House
square. At a meeting of the commit
tee of veterans having the uffuir in
charge held on Saturday afternoon, a
rough outline of a plun foi the celebra
tion was discussed.
It in intended (o have a monster
parade prior to the unveiling, to he
participated hi by the Thirteenth anil
Ninth regiments nnd every Grand Ar
my of the Republic post in the county.
Kvory civic society in the city is also
to bo invited to take part.
(tovernor Stone and staff will he In
vited to at.tend, ns well as many
prominent Grand Army of the Repub
lic men from all parts of the country.
It Is proposed to organize a monster
choir to sing patriotic selections dur
ing the dedication exoicises.
The foreman In charge of the work
of erecting the monument says that
it -will be ready for unveiling about
LITTLE PROBLEM IN INTEREST.
Sewer Contractors Will Receive Dou
ble Amount of Original Liens.
Last Thursday night select council
authorized the payment of certain
municipal liens which had been fought
successfully In the courts on technical
grounds by the property owners
against whom they were filed. The
ordinance reads "with interest from
1SS7," the date of the contract.
This looks Innocent enough, but a
little figuring was done by a council
man who objected to the ordinance
nnd ho discovered that the contractors,
Williams & Phillips, will, after wait
ing for thirteen years, receive nearly
double the original amount of the
liens. The original amount Is 3294.87,
which at 6 per cent. Interest In thlrtepn
years becomes $524,86.
"That's a little object lesson," sold
he, "that those who .favor uslnrr the
judgments nnd Incidentals appropria
tion for other purposes than paying off
the big lot of Judgments outstanding
ngalnst the city would do well to tak
to heart. Some of these are outstand
ing for ten years, and they, too, diaw
C per cent. Interest. Think of tho
amount the city is paying out every
year to tho holders of these judgments."
FIRST FOOT BALL VICTIM.
Patrick Rntchford, of Greene Court,
Has His Leg Broken.
The first victim of the local foot
ball season is Patrick Ilatchford, ot
Green's court. The young man was
playing In a game yesterday afternoon
in a Held near Kelly's Misery, on Cn
pouse avenue. In one of tho moves ot
the mutch ho was heavily thrown nnd
hod his leg broken between the knee
and tho ankle.
The Lackawanna hospital was noti
fied and Dr. Wilson responded with
the ainbulunce and removed Hatch
foid to the Institution.
State Firemen's Convention, New
Delegates fimu Hcruntou and vicinity
will leuvo for Now Custle ut 1,10 a. in.
October 1, via D L. & W. and Uuffalo.
Faro $10.5!i for the round trip, on cuid
ordcis. Tickets will be sold, good go
ing, September I'll to October 4, Inclus
ive, for till tialiiH, Good to return on
or before October 8, Inclusive. Slop
oif prlvllego within limit of ticket will
bo permitted at' llulfulo, to enable dele
gates to visit Nluguru Fulls,
'lime Is moio C'atuwh In tliU section of the
country than all other dUeates put loijctlur, awl
until the IJtt futv jcam Kui huppooed lu he
liauruble. 1'or a great many icjm doctiiq pio.
Iiouiutd It u IocjI dUtase, mid ptcscrlhcd local
idiii'dlra, uikI by constantly failing D euro villi
local tieatment, pronounced it Iriuiuulc. Si I.
enee has proicu eauuli to be a eontltutioiul
disease, and thcuturo requites constitutional
tieatment. IlaU'u ('atari li (,'uio, manufactured
by P. J, Cheney k Co., Toledo, Ohio, U the only
constitutional cure on the market. It U taken
internally in doses fiom 10 drops to a teaspoon.
ful, It acta directly on tho blood and mucous
furfacti of tho sjstein. They otter one hundred
dollars for any cue it falU to cure. Send for
circulars and tcatlinonlals. Addrru,
V. J. CHUNKY & CO., Toledo, O.
told by PniggUU, 75-.
Halt's Family Mil aw the best. "
1M. Mary Ann Uwn, common tcolil) Kntle Itolli,
10.1. Alexander M.illnstel, reduction! WalerU Vib
10I, Adolph Crnplnltnky, assault and tiatlery)
Alberta Cruplnlt.ky, pro.
lllj. M. ,t. O'Ponnrll, embezzlement i Charles
tOd. Marirarct Scnnlon, forcible entry and detain
er; Tlioimu Costello, pros
107. ('("VRe Spltr, forcibly cnliy and detainer;
IMivard Wllllntni, proi.
103. .John flamy, cmbcrlementi II. '. Schubert,
W0. Antotila Shell.opitd, attempt at tape; Ho.l
110. Kate McDonnell, common icolelj I', fl, Krurg.
111. II. Atla, perjury; A. P. IhifTy, pioj.
112. Catherine McDonnell, common troltl; I'. 0.
Saturday, October 13.
11.1. (Jeorftc N". Henjainln, desertion; Laura Ben
111. Akiich llcrasheeney, smetyj MjkkIc Sliunv
115. -Mary lllilgway, surety; HIImIipIIi Lewis,
11(1. .loliii Phillip", dewcrtlon; Vletoiln l'hllllp,
117, Thomas Phillips, amply; .lolm ,1, 1)alcs,
118. John II. KiiIkM, Miiely; Maiy lliomas, prnv,
llli. .lames MuitaiiRh, de.-teitloni Slaty Slurtatttch,
120, Simon Mincn, suietj! Suan Silmcn, piox.
121 MJIp r.tlilce, desertion; Slaty lltiilec, pto.
122, Ann Duller, surety; Catherine Kris, puis.
12.!, I.lhble Unison, suietj; .Minnie Wiignci , pin
121, (IcoiRo W. Patten, siuety; Alice I'.illcn,
123. Slninn llaincrnlah, surely; Lantenie Kow.it.
ehak, in os.
lid, L'dnaid Ijulnnaii, siuety; John Qnliin.i.i,
12. (ienrpro Scheople, desertion; Kate So'ieople,
128. lleniy Howie, siuety; Chaih-s lliroli. pros.
129. Henry Howie, siuety; -Mary Wnjiuan, prox.
1!.0. Peter liumbrosld, surety; John Deluhu'i,
131. Patrick Itllcy, surelj; John Ciddcn. pros.
1.12. Trii'sa Har.iluilie'K, suiety; Peter Yndcncli,
JC.I. John C. Moian, surety, Mleliael l.Min, pirs.
Ml. William K. flec", desertion; 3um Hccse,
1.13. Willi un nicy, surety; Almander lliown,
ISO. John ('. Mni.m, surety; Kate Ittiane, piox.
137, Josephine IlobitsKI, siuety; Itoia M.itu-lui'i;,
1.13. fius Dennon, suiety; Minnie Wasno", pio.
1.19. II11111.1I1 (Iray, .Mis. Mans, Mrs. Fll7pj(rl k.
Mrs. I.lcwclljn, surely ; .Mary ,l.i le Willi:),
110. James Hums, desertion; Patrick SliCabell,
141. Deport Saorinn, surety; Charley Clemen,
112. I'ehlin.inilo riedereel, tin ply; Sllciiael Jon
111. Amoiictti C'oxctsizk, surety; Lizio .Monml.y,
111. Samuel Van Welt, elcscrlion; Annie Van
II". Anirclo (ierra, surety; Hronn Scool, pios.
ll'j. i:ii7.ibctb (iraham, suiety; Jiwph 11. Smith,
117. John Denier, siuety; I.'dward CallaLihcr, pros,
m Timothy McNully, surety; Allies SIi-.Niilly,
ll'l. John t'adden, siirete ; Annie Caddcn, piox.
KVl. Chirles Zuur, deserthm; Lillian Kancr ftiox.
151. Timothy SkXiilty, desertion; Aftnes Slc.Siiity,
152. Maucaiet Dunlin. Miicty; IMiiiel II. Dixies,
111. Ihiniui Thoinis, suretj ; lle. Joseph Simon,
nt. I'atihk Kidley, ilesiition; Slary Kelly, piox,
I'm. Thomas Tiuney, suiety; Illicit Dniitrherty,
150. lleinard C'tane, surety; Kate SleAndrews,
157. James SIcMjue, desertion; Mainlc .McMync,
153. tiiortro W. I'.illcn, doeitlou; .Mary A. Pat-
It n, firox.
Thom, Kelt i in:, ilesertion; Jull.i Keating,
.Mary Haley, suiety; Iliidgct Kilt; iiinon, prox.
Antonio l'epuels, surely; Steph.uij I'epuch,,
Ju-epli KutcaiaKi'. surely; Tilley Hani's,
Warren Tappen, deseition; Kll.ilnth Tappen,
Sti e (,'onlo, surely; Slil.e l'aeo, pios.
James Sloran, .li,, suiety ; P. I). Singer, pios.
Jin. John SI. Ilciry, surety; Sluuarct Jones,
Walter Kcchishy, ilesertion; Delia Keihisky,
Antonio l'epuels, desertion; Stephany l'e-
Henry Dressell, siuety; Thomas lleason, puw.
Ann ltutler. suiety; .Maty t'ollins, prox.
Anni Yansha, surety; Winnie Cotello, prox.
Joseph Itiber, surety; .Mary (illtisM, prox-.
Mary Norton, suiety; Michael Keatlnir, pros.
John O'SIalley, surety; Kate Hushes, prox-.
Charles (iallaRhcr, dcscitlon; lrs. Chailca
Dony Oecell, surety; Dolly Poll, pio-..
Katie Daley, Maitffie Daley, Bridget O'Hara,
surety; .Mary Morton, piox.
Steie Millet, Otto Millet, Heiny Miller,
suiety; f'harlotta Konuoth, prox,
Thomas Carey, desertion; Ll7.le ('arey, pro.
Pauley Yevlnksey, surety; Jlliro Callender,
Hell Hamilton, surety; Alntatider Urown,
Sam Sl.ijeskey, surely; William Petets, pros.
Nora Haley, Mrs. Katie O'.Malley, surety;
Jlary Itussler, piox.
S. A. Ciilby, suiety; Martha Coulner, prov.
.Michael Connoi, siuety; Lizzie Connor, prox",
P. J, Ilogati, deseition; SfaiRaicl Reiiran,
Joseph Massee, surety; Rev. Joseph Simon,
l'lciie Dcore, surety; Jlaigaiet Devore,
HukIi L, Mm i ay, deseition; Sits. Hugh Mill-
lleriiaul Ciane, suietj; Sllciiael SIcAndrcw,
John Sliiinibuikey, Mangle Sliumhuskey,
suiety; Vitatalley Deraslieney, pios.
(ieoiKe Andiews, desertion; Slaererio Anelicws,
Fredeilek Westfall, deseillon; Catherine
William Seamatu, surety; August Seamans,
frank K. Kiant, suiety; D. L. rranU, pros.
Howard Pottir, desertion; Julia Potter, piox,
John Stanley, surety; Jonas Ktylen, pios.
John Cm her, suiety; Jaculi Slainaniivage,
Slaincy Keatlnu', Slaty KeatlitLf, Sl.uy Duffy,
siuety; .Mary Xoiton, piox.
llridKet O'fiiady, suicly; Annie Williams,
Hen Lewis, suiety; J, J, Jermyn, pros.
William lluntz, surely; Uudolph W'.uneka,
Obnipia Phillips, deseition; Solomon Phil
W, SI. llrade, surely; Slike Kasles, pun.
Slaty Kepekosh, suiely; Ilarbara licllnsky,
Knali lljrrelt, suretj; Delia Croir, piox,
Alton ('onislticli, deseition; Slis. W, n. Duer.
Joseph OgoduMI, suiety; S. Itonunlti.li,
Slaty .Mm Ilia, suiety; Slaiy I). Wilson, pinv,
SfacKle I'owill, alias Slagcile Dlmlei, surety;
Sirs, bhodtlil; Lewis, pius,
Joseph SlihoUki, turt-tx ; Annie llaiuln,
Sltihuel Connor, deseition; Llrlo Connor,
Jacob I'.llman, suietj ; Susie !aiio,kl, pros,
Jacob Llbuan, siuety; Costaiula Stifanyjk,
Callieiinu Ilioiiugc, eleseillou; Callicilue
Aniilu .llaiwln, surely; IMagU Sllchalskl,
SLuyOrzil, kiuelyj Slary Zeuloiskl, plow
Kalwtoic I'eiKlola, surety; 1'iuiik Hobllng,
John Woodbrldge, surety; Julia W'oodbildge,
Albert Zcam, suiety; SIux Phillips, nos.
John Cadden, surety; Patrick ltellley, pios.
Joseph Lehotsky, surety; John Williams,
Patrick Moran, Harney McCay, surely; Wilt
Ham T. (IrllUth, pros.
Wallace Slobuley, surc'ty; Heinard I,oftus,
The followlrir quotation!
Tribune by M. S. Jordan
Utars building, Scunton, I'a.
American Ktmar lis';
American Tobacco ,,,, S7-Vi
Am. Steel : Wire no4
Ate tlson 201,
Atchslon. Pr nsfi
Irook. Tracllon fiUU
I alto, k Ohio ....,.,.. n7i
tout. Toluiro 2I',4
dies. A- Ohio .,..,. 27
Chlr. k at. West 10
Clile., II. k Q WW
W. I'lul 112-H
Hock tsjan 104
Del. k lltisoti Ill
reder.it Steel 3s;
Kan. k Tex., Pr. 2714
Lntlls. A'. N'nsl, . 7oV.
Shut. Dictated Hi'
Met. Trarllot H7'
jiisso. I'acinc ....
People' (las .,,,.,
Col, Pttel k Iron
X. J. Ccnlial ....
fotilbern I'aclflr ,
Not Hi. 1'm.lllo
North. Purine, Pi,
V. Central I2fli,
.. 55 'i
(llltlirlll .V W.xlArtt
Pentia. II. It
Kraillnjr lie., Pr. .,
S'outbein It. H, .,
Tenn. (Val k Iron,
I'. S. Leilhir
V. S. l.ealhet, Pi
1'. S. Ili'Micr
t'nlon PaelHe . ...
t'nlon I'aoltle, Pr. ,
r tumtihed Tht
Co., moms 70J-709
High Iw Cloi
KKW YOIIK PltODUCE DXCIIANOn P1UCE3.
., Open- Hlg-h. Low Cloi-
WIIIJAT. intr. est. est In.
Decimhtr (, Si(, 82(4 bl,
5l&riiV. 8'"'4 s t MS
December HI& r.; ipg n
M"J' 40-6 4i)Ti I0TJ tOJ,
Scrnnton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Far of 100.
RTOCK9. Did. Asked.
First National Dank 800 ...
Fcranton Savings Dank 800
Scranton Packing Co 8S
Third National Uank 425
Dime Deposit and Discount Dank ., 200 ...
L'conomy Light, II. & I. Co 43
Lacks. Trust k Safe Deposit Co. .. 150 ...
bcranton Paint Co 80
Clark 3s Snovcr Co., Pr. 12S
Scranton Iron Fence k Mfg. Co 100
Scranton Axle Worka M
Lackawanna Datiy Co., Pr. 20
County Saxlngs Dank k Trust Co. . 300
First National Dank (Carbondalc) 300
Standard Drilling Co 30
Traders' National Bank 155 ...
Scranton Dolt nnd Nut Co 100 ...
Scranton Passenger ltallwar. first
mortgage, due 1020 115 ...
People's Street Hallway, first mort
gage, due 1918 115
People's Street Hallway, Qcncra!
mortgage, due 1021 115 -...
Dickson Manufacturing Co 100
Lacka. Township School 5 per cent. ... 102
City of Scranton St. Imp. 6 per
Scranton Traction 6 per cent 115 ...
Scranton Wholesale Market
(Corcclcd by If, O. Dtle. 27 Lackawanna Axe.)
Buter Creamery, 2.1a2lc. ; dairy tubs, 2.1c.
Dggs Select western, 17c.; nearby state, 19c.
Cheese Full cream, new, mie.
Beans Per Int., choice marrow. $2.40; medium,
$2.30; pea, W 30.
Onions OOe. per bu.
Flour Best patent, $1.00.
But she does.that
flour is the best
all around flour
sold in Scranton.
All good gro
cers sell it.
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The I'mid iieated is divided equally be.
twecn tlu family of the lato Diijrcno l'lehl
and the Fund for the building ot 11 iiiouii
ineiit to the meiuoiy of the beloved poet
of childhood, Addles
BiiEcns Flell Monument Souvenelr Fund
If you also wish to send postage, enclose
Physician and Sareoa,
Temple ccuu BuiiaiDg,
All acuta and chrcnlo diseases of men, wo.
men and cbildun. CllltO.NIO NDUVOUS,
BUAIN AND WASTIKQ DI8DASES A Sl'UC.
IALTV. All diseases ol the Liver, Kidneys,
Bladder. &kln, Blood, Nervu, Womb, L'ye, Lar,
Nose, Tlnoat, and Lungs, Cancers, Tuiiigw,
Piles, Kupture, (loltre, ilhcuinatism, Astlinu,
Catarrh, Varicocele, last Slauhood, Mhtly
Liiilsslons, all Female Diseases, Leucorrhoea, etc,
aonuorrhe-a, Syphilis, (Hood poison, InUUere
Hon and youtuful habits obliterated, burgrry,
Fits, Hpllrpjy, Tape and Stomach Worms. C'A
TAKIIHUZUNl!, Sped do for Catarrh. Tluee
montlis' treatment only $3.00. Trial freo in
otnec. Consultation and examination fice.
OOlce lioun dally and Sunday, 8 a. 111, to 0
P. B. , .
1 LOSSES (uiCIUQ iiienury nuruinc iliie.lnm
:10ST M ANHOpO rlcwrl A hirlcturo. no uiiing. U3;
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TRIBUNE WANT ADS.
BRING QUICK RETURNS I
OORANTON'S SHOPPING OfiArE.""'
The New Costumes and Wraps
Among these are a hundred new
Golf and Tourists' Capes, chiefly
from Berlin designers. Made from
Scotch Rugs of the finest, in soft
but brilliant plaids and quiet, plain
colors, extra long, no fringe. Many
new details of arrangement and
trimming are shown, but the nov
elty of the patterns and colors will
strike you most forcibly and favor
ably. They .are astonishingly
cheap for such obviously high-class garments,'
$12.50 to $25.00.
Some new Things in Fall and Winter
Coats are shown exquisite things. Chiefly in
plain cloths. The new ''Fagin " shape, 36 inch
es long, half tight fitting. The new "Paletot"
shape, full length, tight-fitting to hip decided
ly swell. Of course the 19 and 20-inch CoaJ
are most popular, and our line is complete
all details, New Tailored Suits are arrivals
every day, $7.50 to $50.00. When you coi
in ask to be shown the Suits at $25.00, if on
as an object lesson in superior Suit-Value-for-Price.
CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
J27 AND 129
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
THE UNITED STATES.
surplus boo. ooo
WM. CONNELL, PreslJsnt.
HENRY BELIN, Jr., Vice-Pres.
- WILLIAM H. PECK, Cashltr.
Bpecla'. attention clven to busi
ness accounts. Three per cent in.
terest pal on Interest deposits.
I CARPETS i
We want you to see the new arrivals in our Car
Department. We believe we have the most complete stt
in Northeastern Pennsylvania, and know that, quality cc
sidered, we can give you value and a selection, not to
had this side of New York. A superb line of
I WALL PAPER 1
1 BRASS AND METALLIC BEDS I
5 . s
WILLIAMS & MgANULT
129 Wyoming Avenue.
43S to 455
N. Ninth Stroot,
Telephone Call, 2333.
IKIC POWDER CO,
Booms 1 and2, Com'ItU BTd'g.
Hining and Blasting
Urdt Mooilon4 RuiUiaU Wotlti.
LAPLIN RAND POWDBH CO3
ORANQE QUN POWDER
Kltotrlo Battcrle. Klootrlo'EipIoliri.
plo4lu blvtln, Hafe.y Vuu uU J
Riiauii Clwilcal Ci's mzi
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WE HAVi A
fiiiutt ii! ol 1 Urals
Such as Foot Balls and Uniforms,
Tennis Goods, Guns, Revolvers,
Ammunition, Cameras, Kodaks
Florey & Brooks,
211 Washington Ave.
Coal of the beat quality (or Comcatlo
uio and of all ekoa. including UucUwIieat
and Ulrdaeyo, delivered In uny part of
the city, bt the lowest price.
Orders received at the offlce. Connell
building, Itncm 80$; telephone No. 1763. or
at the mine, telephone No. 372, wl)l ha
promptly attended to. Dealers lupplled
a mo mine.
T PLEASANT COAL CO
BUY THE GENUINE
SYRUP OF FIGS
... HANUFAOTUBED BT ...
CALIFORNIA FIG SVRUP CO,
HENRY BELIN, JR.,
General Agent for (he Wyoming
llinlnt', niastiner, Sporlin?, Smokelrsi and-It)
Hc)auno Clieuikal C'oiupany's
Safety fiue, Caps and Exploders. Itoora iOl Con
nell liulMIng, Scranlon.
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Vf. E. MUUIQAN WllkesUain
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