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THE SCRANTOff TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1Q0O.
4. 4. 4. 4 4 4- 4-
I INDUSTRIAL X
I)., I. and W. Board for Todny.
Followlnu Is the makeup oC tho
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
board for today: '
Wnlnciday, Nov. 7.
WII.I1 CATS SOUTH.
C p. m. A. flcrrlty.
H i). m. J. flcrrlty.
F.M p. in. II. IWniictt. ,
11,30 p. hi. J. Moilcr.
Tlimnlay, Nov. S.
WILD CATS, SOUTH.
I a. m. 0. Kcnincy.
3 0. in. O. Can-.
4 a. in. K. 1). Kcc.ir.
0 u. in. K. I), f-t'ior.
8 ii, in. -.Mm i:nni.
i o. ii,. I'. Vnii Wuiintr.
II o. in. 0. Itamlolpli.
1 p. in. W. II. Wntfcl. .
2.30 p. ni.-.M. I'lniierly, with Van Melts men.
K. 15 p. in. J. f Unify.
f. n. in., north ft. I'rii'jntclkcr.
1 ii. in., tiortli V. II, .Mrlioli
1 p. in., north .'. Carries.
7 p. in., noi II, M. It. Mitiiiu.
1 p. in., aouth i:. McAJIlMcr.
10 a. in. Finger.
fi.l.'i n. in., north .?. Costi'll".
a, in., .oiilli finlilcii.
1I..10 :i. in., (roitli I'. I'.ivmuiulu
V p. in., south l. Murphy.
ti p. in., touth II. V. roll In.
30.13 p. in., north ril7e.rr.iM.
" i'asi:xgi:h i:xrini:p.
T a. in, OatTnry.
fi.tt) p. in. Stanton.
7 i. in. M.iKOWin.
wild Cats xouriL
4."0 a. in, John Swart,
ii a. in. 1". ril7'.itrkk.
V a. in. J. DulTj.
5 a. in. .lolm IIivIli, villi Mullen" mm.
Ii a. in. W. Lallan.
H a. til 0. Hill.
1 p. In. J. i:. M.i-.(l !.
ii p. in. .1. II. MiCanii.
.". p. 111. C Illltlllll'llllC'iV.
I p. in. V. Wall.
5 p. in. V. I.. Itiuui.
ii p. in. A. Ti. Hun tuilt.
7 p. in. A. I!. Iwtfli.im.
s p. in. .1. .1. O'llu.i.
i p m. .1. iiiliie.m.
HI p. in. M. Ciiniiuly, Willi llnliini;'" n.iii.
CoiiiIiiiIiii' II. Dully nnil cu unit I hive mUno
inw" will b(i to .N.ij Auk on Ti.itn !!y, Xm. 7th,
:mi work .ih Siiiniiiit, Ninth,
CoiicliU'loi- William Klrlij nil! minim t 7 p. m.
WiM Cat. Xi.illi, Nm. 7, ill place of Conductor
.1. .1. O'llu.i; will li.iti' O'llai.i'.-i mi n.
Ilrakinun .Mm (,.inoi- .ill tint pi out with
Conductor J. Mo.hr until further not lie.
Privileges of School Extended.
The privileges or the International
Con uspuniU'iiue Hcliool.s hits been ex
tended to employes of the Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western rail road,
and the plan Iiiik been approved by all
of the heads of departments. Tho fol
lowing joint circular, just Issued, will
explain tho manner in which the men
may avail themselves of this oppor
tunity: up: )i:r.WAiti:, j,akaaxxa and west.
I'lt.V HAIUIOAP COMPAXV,
joint l incur, vn.
Siranton. Pa., Nov. J. lWn.
Tii All t'uiinincil: An .iii.iiiKi'iin.-iil has Ken
made with the intiinatiouil Coiic.pnii"Ictiie
i hools, ot N lanlcii, to rlenii their prhileROs
to iinpluji-i ot this coinpiio. Their wili'itors
will s "ul om Ii"1' within a few ilaja, and
their instruction can will Mt tcnuinil and ill
Nlon prims at suitable intorutK
iljwicr pciH nal kiiowldlpi' of the licmhU to
ho .urifrt by a loiate of Miidy in an ot the
Ih..i(Iiv. utrtiiil hi thi-. M'liuol, thn kooiI cirects
it pimhiuiiB, mill 'lie MlMaitiou it i nling
lo i.iilioad nun on other lii.v , nnd knowiinr iil-o
in hiKh Miindiii!,' a- an ciIml il ioli.it institution,
wo lonfiihiilly ii'iciumenil it to all employs of
tliii ioniiuiv who ill-ill1 an impioM'd dui.itiun
ami :i Keiuial knowkilui' ol lallroailinir, and nrpc
tin in tn aail tlium-olM-t of t lti- oppoitmiltj.
f'our(" may liy taken ill all 1ii.uk lies "f me
hauK.il and iil iMislnctrlmr, hildsro iiiBlmer
in,'. Mi-am .mil cleetiiial I'liniuiiiini.', nine in-Riiiei-rlnit
and oial uiiiiing, locomolie riiimliiv,
uiedianiojl iliawlnc,-, draftii.ir, pilntlii); and olhei
liraiiclio-, tin Inowhilpe ol whiih iinitial
to mfie.-J in i.iila ij oeniio.
The course fi.r iiup'njei m eiiKiue MMiice in
ihnles loioiuotivo i niiilitiition (m all IU p.util,
maintdi inie, i'.nik and luuniiiB, of lioth the .iin
plo ami loiiipouuil tjpe-. .Ko, the C"ininu'.
tlou, testim; and epilation of the ialiir,'l oi.-a
and New oili air-hrakes, and the Wi'itliiKliuiuc
Tiain Ah'lsiuiline S.islnn as applied to iuiumn.
lies nnd car, and itn opirathm, ete Ti.itn
niln KovoiiiitiB tnoM'iiu'nt of tiain on e-lnule
and duuhlo tr.iel., iniliiduii; lili-iipliii train
oukr sjstun, and inks BOMri.iin; tneil MKiials
(eleetik', auloin.itle, Moik and intciloik'iiiK), ale
al-o a part ul thli com so.
The .ourj for employes in tiain and v.ii'd
nturo niibracs the (leiuial links imliiduu
tiain lulu, 'I'.'ii.ll ink'-,, trim ordeiij, ami lixiln;
iiK'ii.d-'; nil bvalr-. tiain air-siitnal, eai licitinu-,
anil utliiT .suhjeiU ot villi niiHilame, iialmlii K
the lonlr.jl of lii-y (niclit tialm on cudei.
The (.emral inks, train ink", tiain unlir tji
km, and rules nveriiiu the ldoik signal sybtiio,
unit otln - llxed msiisU, ineludod in the ooui.-is
lumed ahoe, are tins" futiiiitl.ited iy the Aunr.
nan Hallway a'j,ou.itiou and soon to he adopted
by this louipaiiy.
A complele stiiopi nt eaili iouii-o will ho Mip
pliid tree upon reitipt of npplhation to the
flI'OoN, naiuiii'4 hiamii desired (iihliiss Sirau
Inn li.teiiutional C'oirespondiiis SihonU, Kirau.
HeaiN of Dcparinieiits nip iemii".teil to intcreit
I Ik niidvM in this niittir nnd afford th'ir no-
A Cross Clerk
Is a rarity. For the most part the younR
woman behind the counter is smiling and
obliging, though Iter back hurts, her
side jjains, or Iter head throbs distract
ingly. The wonder is, not that a clerk
is sometimes irritable, but that she so
rarely shows ir- r-
cry nerve; is ijiuv
cring and she
hardly knows how
to hold her head
ache and weak
ness, which arc the
results of irreg
ularity or a dis
eased condition of
the womanly or
gaug, can be. en
tirely cured by the
use of Dr. Picrce'o
tion. It rcgulittes
i stops enfeebling
ens the nervous
system nnd pro
motes the general
health of the en
Sick women are
invited to consult;
Dr. Tierce by let
ter, free of charttc.
All correspondence private, Address
Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y, ,
('Having used Dr. Pierce's favorite Prescrip
tion aud 'Golden Medical Discovery' during
the past year," writes Mrs. Mattlc Long, of
FfouU Valley. Perry Co., Pa., "I can truthfully
Ifcouiinead the medicines for all female weak
iicai. I hnve used several bottles of 1'uvorite
Prescription.1 which I, consider a great blessing
for weak women, I y3 so nervous ana dis-
nirtiDrr1 Ihnl T ltd fill v kiiv what t a do. Your
kind advice for homc-trritmcct helped met
wouucriuuy, nuu sio ur, ncrcc."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure
dizziness and sick headache.
pleyes opportunity to attend Icmoiu (then la
the Institution cars of Hits school.
W. K. Mil'AHMN,
I T. CANPIKM),
Matter Car liuUJcr;
T. S. I.I.0V11.
EiipeilnU'iutcnt M. P. and M.
W. II. THUKSDAt.i:, Prcidi!lill
T, II. C't.AllKI., (Initial Superintendent.
MADE THE MONEY FLY.
Tho Exceeding litipiu i.ieo and Fall
of "Jublleo JugBlns."
Undoubtedly one of the yrcatcat
spendthrifts London haw veer peon
wuh Krnest Henzon, better known r.s
"Jublleo JugBlns." In leas than two J
years this reckless youth ran tliroattli
n sum of more than $1,250,000. At ilrst
tho ordinary Individual t.an hardly
conceive how It Is possible for a iiitm
to spent $20,000 n week, tirlesi ho Is
cither establishing a large bu.slntss or J
undertaklnr,' some Kcut eoiuutercI.il
enterprlso. Uut '"Jublleo .HtRglns"
did nothliiR of the kind: hu spent,
pays Tld-nits, his million nnd a quar
ter on enjoying himself on tho turf
Ucnzon's life story or at least a
brief portion of It Is, lndjed, a roinan-
tlo one. His father, It appears, was a j
famous metal merchant, but died
when Krnest was quite a boy, leaving
an Immense fortune to bo divided
equally between an adopted daUKhli'i'
and his only, son. Young lionr.ou was
biouKht up by an aunt, who held de
cidedly peculiar vUwh.
She never Informed the boy of the
riches that nwaltcd him, and during
his infancy every penny he had was
doled out with the utmost penurlous
ness; bis clothing was poor and mean,
his education was anything but what
It should have bceen, and such ac
quaintances as he was allowed to
make were of Hie wrong sort. When
hu was IS years of age ho discovered,
quite by accident, thnt his father had
died ti millionaire, nnd that when he
became of age he would Inherit a sum
of more than $1,2.i0,000.
Xatuinlly, the boy lost his head on
discovering the truth, which had been
kept from him so that thu fortune
might grow. "Within a week the
youngster spread tho news rapidly. Not
only did his credit become limitless, but
the money-lenders fairly sought him
out to press loans upon him. His guar
dian and relatives lost all coutiol over
him, and before he was twentv-ono
Henzon had succeeded in running into
debt to the tune of $173,000.
Of ills bhare of 31,250,000, $2."0,000 was
ready cash. Most young fellows, even
of extravagant ideas, would have made
that sum do for a time, but within
twenty-four hours Henzon drew out
$2r0,000 to pay the debts of his minor
ity, and to meet the expenses of a trip
to Australia. He then had loft in ne
gotiable securities almost $1,000,000,
but in tow years he was "dead broke."
Most of his vast fortune was lost by
gambling. During the llrst four days
of his stay in Australia Benzon lost
$20,000 by betting on the race course.
In a. few months he had dropped $325,
000 under the Soeuthern sun by placing
his money on the wrong horses. Then
he returned to England, and his re
markably heavy bets at the famous
race courses throughout the country
caused considerable comment at the
time, both in racing circles and in the
At the Kemplon races, in Jubilee
year, he bet $80,000 on ono race and lost
it! It was tills wild wager that gave
him the sobriquet of "Jubilee Juggins."
For a week at a stretch after that he
lost by gambling $7.1,000 a. day. Occa
sionally luck was In ills favor, and on
one occasion he netted $2,1,000, but such
days were rare.
FELLING A BEDWOOD GIANT.
How It Is Cut Down nnd Made
Ready for Shipping-.
1'ioni the San Trjucisio Call.
Shall I point' out to you the largest
tree in the world'.' It was discovered
recently by a party of loggers in the
county of Tulare, far up among the
headwaters of the Kaweah river. Its
situation is Inaccessible to the despoil
ing axiiuin, and it will stand there
eternall.N, the pioudest king of the
vegetable kingdom. Vast glueior
rlbbed peaks hurround It, and by its
roots foam the rushing waters of the
Alpine snows. The tree is over 400
feet in height, and up on its trunk, as
high as a mini can roach, it measures
1110 feet in circumference. It is a se
quoia gigantea, or one of the Sierra
There are two species or redwood
Hid two forests of them in California
hence on thu globe. The gigantea
live among thu majestic sugar and yel
low pines which clothe with their coni
ferous foliage the steeps of the Sierra
Nevadas, while the senipervlrens laves
In the salty fogs which sweep along
the north coast of California and upon
the west slope of tho coast range. Of
these forests, originally 30,000, aero In
exfent, but 15,000,000 acres remain In
their virgin state after thirty years of
cutting. About 500,000 acres a year,
thereforo, seem to have disappeared
under the combined aggressions of the
woodman's ax and the duvourlng (Ire.
Of the senipervlrens only nbout 1,-
400,000 acres now exist, and this, It Is
estimated, contain not more than 47,
000,000 feet of lumber. Not all the tim
ber Included In tho above estimate
stands In accessible situations. Ono
aero of redwood will cut from 110,000 h
50,000 feet. Single trees have cut as
much as SO.OOO feet of first-class lum
ber, nnd on Httsslan river one operator
cut 21,000,000 feet from 1C0 neres of
land, This, however, was undoubtedly
one of the best quarter-sections In tho
Cato must be exercised In tho selec
tion of a proper tree to fell, else, as It
has often occurred, when It Is upon the
ground It may be found so defective
that It will not make oven second-class
lumber. Certain trees, for unexplained
reasons, hnve a creased fashion of
growing. Instead of tho treu being a
hound uniform body, It will bo found
to have great longitudinal fissures In
It, extending nearly through to tho
heart. These may number a dozen or
more, breaking Into the rings with
crevasses two or three Inches apart,
the space being filled with bark. So
thick Is the coating of bark upon tho
tree that until It Is cut down this de
fect, though It may bo suspected, Is
not discernible, These trees tiro nlso
often rotten at tho core, which, of
enurs.0, Increase their unavailability,
so t may occur that one walking over
an area from which the woodmen
have all they desire may find standing
trees of large size, which, It would
seem, would make excellent lumber,
And surprise may bo expressed that
the cutters passed them by, They
have all been examined and con
demned, however, and condemnation
In tho forest is to alow a tree to re
main stanftlng. It Is the wdrk of two
men from six hours to two days to cut
down a redwood tree, and tho cost Is
from T5 to $12. So mistakes In Judging
tho quality of timber In a standing
Ireo are to bo avoided.
It is a most Interesting sight to be
hold one of these forest giants fall,
Tho process of cutting Is affected both
through the use of tho ax and thu saw.
All axes are double-faced, through
which 'ntich tltno Is saved in sharp
ening. Sometimes tho nxes start the
cut on both sides of the trunk and
tit placet about opposite each other
through the thickness of the treu. Af
tor the chopping has penetrated to n.
depth of about two feet on tnch side
tho saw Is then started In thejlluu of
the Incision, nnd tho Job completed with
that Instrument. Generally, however,
tho direction upon which the trer la
lo fall Is determined nnd tho cut Is
Hindu In that side, to thu depth of
fiotu ono to throe foot. Then the
ehoppuis pass to tho opposite side and
begin sawing at a point several feet
higher than tho place of the Incision.
As the raw moves through the heart
of the giant he begins to sag down
whore tho wound is gaping. In doing
this lie lifts apart tho cut and opens
tho section which the saw Is making,
thereby keeping 'free piny for tho saw.
This Is aided at times' by driving
wedges at the place whru tho nuv
entered. Presently It is ppparont that
tins section Is opening wider nnd wider
and the tree Is beginning to lean away
front the cutters. They continue with
their sawing ti moment longer, then
Is heard the cracking of the wood
fibers In from the saw teeth. Another
swish of the saw nnd these Increase.
They give a report like the filing of
pistols and tho ranidity of n Gatllng
gun. Tho sounds, getting very rapid,
prescnllv merge Into a continuous
roar. Then, If you are standing near
by and tho tree In large, you will got
the impression that everything nbovo
is coining to earth; that the whole for
est is falling. The great mass slowly
starts to topple, cracking nnd explod
ing over louder nt Its base, until with
a feaifttl momentum U comes sprawl
ing down, cracking and crashing nnd
l'oarhig nnd hitting the earth with a
crump mil thump as it a whole brond
sido of 13-luch bombs had simulta
neously struck a bastion.
I'ristrntu. then, lies tho forest giant.
A kind of pitying cense comes over you,
as though you had been witness of a.
tragedy. The prone monster seems to
be some vast animal, which, after
si out resistance, had succumbed, nnil
whoso body is now stretched before
you for its final spoliation. This
sense is all the more pronounced as
you observe the ohoppeis quickly run
over the trunk with their axes and
cut away all tho branches, each limb
going like a verltnblo amputation. The
great tors'o which emitted such a
sound and displayed such motion a
few moments ago is now low and help
less, giving scarcely a whimper as Its
parts are struck from it. Almost bo
fore you can recover yourself the long
stalk is bare of limbs and then the
men begin cross-cutting it into logs
or sections from 24 to 30 feet, as long
as it is desired the boaids into which
it is reduced at tho mill shall be. This
done, the logs are peeled of their bark,
tho crowbar being used to pry oil' the
thick integument, which is sometimes
n. foot in depth, the log is turned with
.1'jcksereWH, when such is practicable,
to get tit the under side.
GREAT BRITAIN'S WARS.
Victoria's Keign Has Been Marked
by Many Conflicts.
The reign of .Queen Victoria has been
a reign of peace in so far as freedom
from invasion of tho British Isles ii
concerned: but some forty wars, aside
from a number of less serious revolts,
have been carried to a conclusion by
her subjects since the queen's corona
tion In 1837. A list of these wars is as
follows: A war against Russia, 1S.11:
three war against Afghanistan, ISUS,
1S19, 1S7S; four wars against China,
1S41, ISl'J, 1S5C, 1SC0; three Kalllr wais.
1S1U, 1S31, 1S77; two wars against thu
Sikh', lSir. ISIS; thico wars against
Burniah, 1830 1S.1L', 1SS3; nine wars in
India, 1S57, 1SG0, 1S63 1SB1. 1S8S, 1S70,
1S90, ISO"; three Ashantl wars, 1M14, 1S73,
1890; otic war against Abyssinia, 1807:
a war against Persia, 183'J; a. war
against tho Zulus, 1S7S; one war against
the llasutos, 1S79; one war in Kgypt,
18t!; three wars In the Soudan. 1SU1.
l&Oti, 1899: a war in Zanzibar, 1890; a
war against the Matabole, 1894; two
wars ttgulust the Transvaal, 1SS1, 1SU9.
Daylight Of. Paill
'pilli 9.00 a. m. train; a trip unsurpassed
in beauty. Other trains from Chi
cago arc the North-Western Limited
electric lighted 6.30 p.m.; the St. Paul
Fast Mail, ro.oop.m., aad Night Express,
10.15 p. m., all daily and the best of
everything. Call on any agent for tickets
1SI Broadway Htui Yerk43S Vint SI., Cincinnati
601 Cfio't St.,nilaittlphlai07 SmMfHSI., PHUburg
3S8 Walhlngton St., 6oston!34 Supirlor it., Cltulland
301 Main St., Buffalo 117 Campus Uartlut, Dttttlt
HU Clark St., ' ChlcaQI2KlngSt;Catt,Unntt),0nt.
LITTLE LIVER PILL
Sold by all druKBlst
or sent ny roan.
NervlU Medial Co., CbkifO
Bold by McQarrait & Thomas. Drui;.
Clsta,, W Luckuwarra aye., Bcranton. i'a.
4 WW fcl., 'MU.ltibU, l'i. tlndmUfhrr Jt.nl. lu4
3 J Ii rnl-c to mra ftCur aUntlirr (Jil. PRIVATE:
2Wth enct c rc4 in 4 to IU tuy. A M (licip trwuiiroit
JmlVQlTcredai ft catch. Kulntlhnuttn Ii. bfnjf r Kvoret
IVillaooUlt A lik exposing inf tlicil 6-rWiUl (rauli C
TVreatiueiit by .11 nil. Iiuiiuit rrlU'l y-ivrit
BLACK or GREEN
The election Is over. Orators
are thirsty and listeners tired. All
should refresh themselves with
pure, mnchlnemade tea. Ladies,
you have no votes, but you can
bring a cup of relief to jaded men.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
Gold only In I. ir.it FueVotn.
50c, H)c. nnd 70c. Per Lb.
That sounds posi
tive, but she was right,
or her grocer trie 1
'o make her take an
nferior flour instead o!
The prospective settlement
of the strike removes one
hindrance to the purchase of
your Winter Suit and Over
coat. Our extremely low
prices remove another.
Our stock is immense, our
styles are correct and no
goods can be better made.
W. J. DAVIS,
214 WYOniNG AVENUE
NEW YORK HOTELS.
Cor. Sixteenth St. and Irvine FUce,
American Dan, S3.G0 per day and upward.
European Dan, $1.00 per day and upward.
L D. CRAWFORD, Proprietor.
1 For Business Men
4- In 'tho heart of Ua wholesale
S minutes' walk to Wanamnkersi 4.
S mlnutea to Sififel Cooper's Bis T
J Dry floods Stores.
X For SlKlitscer.s
. aiuiu. iLiiiay ul uwvvsa v wiv bini '
One block from B'woy Corn, elv.
Inc easy transportation to all
points of interest.
I HOTEL ALBERT I
cor. nth st. twivrcnsiTY pi.
Only ono mock from Broadway.
Rnntru $1 Nn hkstauranv
f nOOUlb, 3I Up. Prices Kcuionabla
EUQENE Given Free
PI PI V 5 ' ''acl Person interest.
1 ILiUlW " eil In subscribing to tlm
POPIVm i:ui;im lie-lit Moiiii.
1 KJiiu JliUlt Solm,ni. j,-um)i
At7 Oft bubMTlbo any aunuiit
f''"" detiwl. biihwrlptlom
ROOK' iw " M.0O lll en.
uvu,x itlu donor to his dalnt-
TII K Hook olttio ily artistic 0l11111e.
cuiitiiry.lliiiiil- npUi.t) I'l.uwtiKS"
homely 1 lus- (doth bound, 6xlll, as
tr.ileil by tulf a certificate ot suUcrlp.
i';iw" Vf ,u. t'0" ,u ul,t1' Ho
World HtlreiU. contains a selection ot
fitAltmts. rieltl'ti best and mo.t
representative works aud is nudy (ur tie
Hut (or tho noble contribution ot tho
world's crcatett artl.ts this book could not
lue bem iiunutactuicd (or lew dun $7M.
The l'und created is divided WUjly be
tmn tho family ot the Ute UiiKene field
am) tlm l'und (or the building ut a monu
ment to tho memory p( the beloved poet
ol childhood. Address
liugeno I'lell jMouumjnt Snuvenelr Fund
It you uho wfali to lend postage, enclose
Black Goods to
Make You Think
Black maintains its sway, Black is always dignified, ele
gant and genteel. That is why we have gathered Black
Goods strenuously. The result of our efforts is manifest
in an overflowing stock an abundance of handsome stuffs
at prices unprecedented for cheapness. The quotations
that follow stand for great worth, and value, but they do
not do justice to the variety of weaves on view. Nothing
N but a personal visit can do that. Come.
Black broadcloth, (French and German) 54 inches wide, prices from $1.25
to $3.50 a yard.
Black Venetians, 54 inches, $1.25 to $2.00.
Black Cheviots, 54 inches, $, $1.25, $1.35.
Black Camel's Hair, 54 inches, $1, $1.25.
Black Homespun, 54 inches, $1, $1.25.
Black Storm Serges, 3S to 54 inches wide, 50c to $1.50 a yard.
Black Jarqnard, 45 inches, (Priestley's) $1 a yard.
Black French Poplin. 45 inches, $1.25 to $2 a yard.
These are very important items if you are at all interested
in Black Dress Goods. They speak of economies very forcefully
CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
THE UNITED STATES,
WM. CONNELL, President.
HENRY BELIN, Jr., Vlce.Pres.
WILLIAM II. PECK. Cashier.
Bpecla: attention given to bust,
ness accounts. Three per cent in.
tercet pal on interest deposit.
old stock .
435 to 455
. SCRANTON. PA
N. Ninth Street
Telephone Call. 2333.
Coal ot the best quality tor Comentlo
use ana of all slzeu. InoluUlin; Uuckwheat
and Blrdseyo. delivered In any part of
the city, &t tho lowest prlco.
Orders received at the orllco, Connell
bulldlnff, Rocm 80S: telephone No. 17M. or
at tho mine, telephone No. 3T2. will he
promptly attended to. Dealers nupplled
at tho mine.
MM PLEIStll till (3
alio Dickson MiiiiuructuTiug 0o.
fccrauton and WllkovlUrra, 1',
LOCOMOTIVES, STATIONARY ENQINES
Boilers, Melttlng and Pumping Machinery,
Oeneral Office. Bcranton, Pa.
SCRANTON'S SHOPPING CENTER.
We want you to see the new arrivals in our Carpet
Department. We believe we have the most complete stock
in Northeastern Pennsylvania, and kuow that, quality con
sidered, we can give you value and a selection not to bo
had this side of New York. A superb line of
WALL PAPER I
I BRASS AND
WILLIAMS & McANULTY,
129 Wyoming Aom.
Rabbit Season Opens Nov. 1
We are well stocked with all kinds of
ammunition and guns at the lowest prices.
Don't forget that we are Headquar
ters for everything in the line of Sports
Florey & Brooks,
211 Washington Ave.
SIC POWDER CO,
Booms 1 and'2, Com'llh BTd'g.
lining and Blasting
Mi'taalMooiloaud HuibJal Worki.
LAPLIN RAND POWUBR CO.'3
ORANGE QUN POWDER
Klfotrlo Bitterle. KleoirlaKxploJri,
splodlux bltj, oft ru4ui
Reiaum Chenlcal Co.'s gxAiVe
127 AND 129
I DRAPERIES I
METALLIC BEDS I
Physician and SurSeoa
311 Sprucj St,
Ttmp.u Uun DullJlDfi
All acute and chrcnlo tlUcasia ot men, wo.
men mid children. C1IHO.NIO NKUV0U8,
IIUAIN ASU WASTISO DISKAiES A Sl'KC
lAL'l'Y. All disease ot tlie Liver, Uidoeyt,
HUddcr. bkln, lllood, Ncrvrt, Womb, Eye, Tar,
r,ii Tlnoat, ami Lunii. Caiiien, Tumors,
files, Itupturc, tJnitrc, llhcuiiutum, Astlinu,
Cutirrh. Variocotele. Ixist Mauliood. Nig(itly
t'nilMions, all female DUeases, Uucorrboea. etc.
(lomioriliea, Sjl'lillis, Ulood 1'olwu. Indiscre
tion and youthful lubtts oMltcratil. burgory,
Klta. Kpileiny. Tao and Stomach Worms. CA
TAItltllOZOSi:, fcpeclllo fur Catarrh. Tliree
iiioiitlu' treatment only 3.t. Trial lrt in
ciltUv. C'oniultution Slid cxtmlnatloo free.
Otllce hours clJlly and Sunday, 8 a. m. to 0
p. m. . i -a. . i
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