The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, November 17, 1900, Page 12, Image 12
, II . , U-fX. " r THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1900. 12 AN IMPROVED AIRBRAKE IT HAS BEEN DEVISED BY J. B. BIOHABDBON. Appltnnco Han Been Tested on the Delaware and Hudson and Dela ware, Lackawanna and Western Ballroads Patent Has Been Grant ed for the United States and Appli cations for Patents for Other Coun tries Are Now Pending Way In Which the New Differs from Old DoVices. J. It. nicliimlsoti, of K.21 Vnn Slorch avenue, who Is known ntuong his friends as "the imtentco," hnH er feotrd an air brala uppllnticc for t-on-trolllnff the heart end of a rnllroml train In caso of a braiU In the trulu line, which Is nn utmost dully occur rence, nnrt his Runliw will undoubt edly bo reconnlzwl mid rewarded, if u fale of tho patent Is ooiisunitimtcd nw expected. The appliance lins been tested on the Delaware and Hudson, ami Dela ware, Lackawanna and Western tall road and has proven eminently satis factory, and those who are familiar with the present Westlnffhoiw air brake system assert that the system 5s not complete without the Klclmrdxon appliance. A patent was grunted m the appli ance on November 0, for tho United States and other patents arc now ponrt ins in foreign countries. A New York pynlrtcate has an option on the patent for $30,000, the AVestlnjrhouso company Is also interested in It nnrt have asked for a demonstration of its usefulness. .Mr. Richardson has already received over twenty letters from superintend ents of motive power on western ia.ll nvids, all of whom approve of the ap pliance, and If at the expiration of the present option, it Is not sold, the patent will bo disposed of to another eompany Interested. John P. Thomas, bnggaKeinastcr at the Lackawanna avenue station of the Delaware and Hudson company, is the only person Interested in the patent with Mr. Ttlchardbon. EMPLOYED IN MINE. The patentee was formerly in tho employ of the Delaware and Hudson company as a lire boss and mine fore man. In ISM ho began experimenting and mirfeeted a slate picker or coal .separator, which was patented in 1M13 W), and afterwards purchased by the Emery Slalcplekor company, of Green Itidge, and is now in general use all through the coal regions. At present ho Is (engaged in perfect ing an appliance for separating the dirt from fine coal or culm as it is commonly called, and thus do away with the washing process now in use, and retaining both the coal and the culm. If this is successfully accom plished it will prove a wonderful in vention. Ho also bas on Improve ment on the Emery slatepicker, sim plifying the original for which a patent was granted on August 7, 1300. The "Wcstinghouse airbrake system works from the engine through the train line, and when a stop is neces sary tho "engineer'si valve" Is opened, eieating a reduction in the pressure which operates the brakes. If tho train line is broken, permitting the air to escape, the brakes on the entire train and engine are applied. The en gine and train are brought to a sudden stop and a gap Is left between tho two sections. When the train Is thus separated and the air pressure cut off, a icar end col lision is unavoidable. In order to re connect tho train It Is necessary for tho train men to go to the back end of tho front section of the train and close the angle cock. The engineer pumps up ninety pounds of air to re lease the brakes before the train can be moved. RICHARDSON'S APPLIANCE. The Richardson appliance gives the engineer the power to control his train and avoid a collision. Tho object of the invention Is to provide means whereby should a train part the brakes of the rear section of the train will be automatically applied by the escape of air through the, disconnected or broken air tubes, while the brakes on the front section of the train will not bo ma terially affected. The forward brakes are thus left un der the control of the engineer, so as to avoid a rear-end collision, which would Invariably occur should tho brakes be applied to tho front section, and tho said section comes to a stop before tho rear section, This novel ap pllace also provides a construction of parts whereby the engineer will re ceive a signal that his train Is broken In two. The appliance provides a connection between tho air cock of tho air pipe of one car and the adjacent car, so that if the train parts tho air cock at tho roar end of the last ear of the forward sectioh of tho train will be turned off a short Interval after the breaking of tho air tubes, thus preventing the en tire application of the brakes on tho cars of the forward section, Tho air In the trnln line of tho rear hPRtlnn of the parted train will escape av t,ho forward cock, and affect the ap plication of. the brakes to that section, thus' blinking the rear section to a stop, while, the InukPS of the forward section are left under tin. eoniplctc control uf vK- uimlneer. :.tl.''l?.U OK MUNALM.N'rs. To off eel ii " signalling to the engi neer that tho tru. Is put toil, Mr. Rich ardson makes ihe i. nmectlou between tho front end of on -ii anil the coek ut the rear end oi tho i Holnlng car of a groat iir length than tl distance be- t tweun tu said pails, so as to normal ly hang slack, wlieieby when tho cats part tho nil- brake eoupllng will bo disconnected and allow of a small es cape of ilr f i oui a partial reduction of prcHsuio In the tiiilu pipe of tho for ward motion of tlio train, before tho said connection lightens and closes tho valvo at the rear end of tho last car of the from section and cuts on tiiu escupo of ntr. The engineer Is Urns unfilled that his train la parted, in order that ho may look to thu'sufety of the forward veo tlou thereof, In cairylng his Inven tion Into practice, Mr. Richardson pro vides each cock with an arm, extend ing a,t right angles to and profeiably formed Integrally with the handles now In use, so as to project laterally and at tight angles to tlo cur when tho handle' Is turned to open tho cock, and In a direction longitudinally of the car when the handle is turned inward to close the cock. This arm Is foripad qt Us outer end with a head or knob and with a stop jhpuljler of grcu.ttir diameter than tho knob, this conslrtlotlon causing Ihe formation of a groove between tho knob and shoulder. Tho knob Is oval or cllptleal In form, with its major axis lying In a direction transversely of tho arm, and one of Its ends beveled, so as to provide for tho effective hold ing and release of tho operating con nection. WAY IT IS FASTENED, To tho end or each car Is bolted or otherwise secured a bracket provided with a hook and it pivoted clip, to which clip Is connected ono end of n chain provided ut Its opposite or free end with a swlveled link, to which Is also pivoted a lover arm formed at Its free end with nn oval or ullnllcal shaped ring or eye, having its greatest length extended longitudinally thereof. This ring Is udnpted to bo stlppcd over tho knob on tho arm and lie In the gioovo, fanned by said knob and the shoulder, and bo prevented from sliding longltttdlnally along the arm by tho stop. The object of employing the arm Is to obviate the necessity of connecting tho chain to tho handle, which would reriulro a reversal of the accustomed movements of the handle In opening and closing tho cocks, and would be liable to cause confusion and accidents. It will bo seen that the Invention Is simple of constiuctlon and permits of It manufacture at u small cost, niul that It Is exceedingly well adapted for the purpose for which It Is designed. Various changes In tho form, propor tion and details of construction may bo resorted to without departing from Hie principle or sacrlllclng any of the advantages of this invention. - - INDUSTRIAL. f 'ft D., D. & W. Board for Today. Following is the make-up of the Delaware. Lackawanna and Western bourd for today: l'riil i)', Nov. 10. wir.n cats nvsr. 8M p. m. T. Fil7)atrlrk. 11.30 p. in I. A. lltisli. Saturday, Xov. 17. 12.M a. in. 8 ii. in. T. 4 p. m. J. 0 a. in. It. 0 a. in. i:. 5 .1. in. .1. !) a. m. T. 10.WI a. m -12.30 n. ni.- l.:l p. m. 2. p. ni 3. 1 p. III. !.! p. in. WILD CATS EAST. -1). Woll.uf. .1. Ihonipsnn. &irarta. I. Il.'iiniprnn. M. Il.'llctl. f!lnliv. Dniiilicin. -IV. A. Hartliolonuw, -T. N.iuniun. 11. fiillil.MII. W. IMine. ( Kiiitfslrv. A. J. Mi Donncll. SUMMITS. fi a. in., Eoulli CI. frounMkcr. 5 n. m., i-oiitli V. II. NiclioK in ii. in., houth-Curipc 7 p. ni., fiom C.ij uir.i MeT.anc. 7 p. in., from .'.iy Aus K. Dully. 6 a. m., Hontli K. McAllister. ruu,EB. 10 a. m. Singer. rusiirm 0 a. in., poiilh A. It. Rove. 11.30 a. m., smith Mnran. 7 p. in., poutli Murphy. 0 p. m., tout Ii tin: i. PASSnXRER ENGINES. 7 a. m. OafTney. 5.30 p. in.- Stanton. 7 p. m. Mcgovorn. WIM) CATS WEST. 5 a. ni., Maxtor, with Mullen's men. 6 a. m. Lallarr. 8 a. m. G. Hill. 10 a. in Wall. 1Z nnon M. riimerlv. 1.30 p. m S. C.irmoflv. 2.30 p. in. A. O. Hammitt. I.SO p. m. J. E. Masters. I) p. in. Harlier. Reports of Accidents. Lackawanna conductors and agents have been notified that reports of acci dents are not reaching Superintendent RIne's ofllce quickly enough. Here after they have been instructed to see that all cases of accidents to trains, peisonal Injury, stock killed, llres, etc., are sent to the acting suuerlntendent promptly by wire. Agents' will Instruct operators that all accident reports received by thein must be transmitted promptly by wire to superintendent's ofllce, .showing In itials of sending operators, when filed, timo sent, etc. PILOT LAN' DE BOAT. Do win' blow soft fiom tic lieaicnly aim", Pilot Ian' Jo boat. On' backs soon cany lie lonU no mo', Pilot Ian' ilu boat, Pc Inn's on deck an' ilcy all done Kvlnc To hit ilc bank ulf ile loin: tow line, J)in ile ransom' ctjllun .ill riic an' shine, Pilot Ian' do boat. I)o rooslrln stan'in' 'mun" do Ion; stap;c plank, Pilot I in' de boat, S'oon Ruino to launch 'rr to de .Ion bank. Pilot bin' do buit. Do bright xho' ciowdcil ulf do angel ban' Ccino down to do li-ei fo to nm m Ian', Di'H tell in "hottd.i" if .1 welcome li.m', Pilot Ian' do boat. She's loaded down uii do poo' loa' sheep, Pilot Ian' de. Innt, Vn eiirrent'i swif an' de watch's deep. Pilot Ian' do boat. IV wheels pouu' hud nn do rlveh's tirviit, Do nun Kwino down in ile liny Wet, Wo'h r.i.V ile p't of iiein.il rest. Pilot l.in' do ho.il. We'll all iliynl weaiy, fo' do lilp w.w lung. Pilot bin' do boat. Do dick bin' i-lnslli' de l.milin' soni;, Pilot bin' ilu boat, Do toil an' noriow nli de trip nm p'il. Do 111',' done Inwunl fiom de j ickiutt ,u.Ht, We illnili do lou'c an' we iiuko her O.I. lMI.it Ian' do lic.il. Do tti.ini shut off nn' she's rouii'in' to, Pilot Km' do boat. Do t.iitidli blli;ln' wit do eo.ibbljt I; new Pilot tan ilo IkdI, We lua ilu tlnMo uli do i-iuclne bill. ) 'vim's vu-.li do lanilln' (mm do nl boat'ii MVill, lVuell, nl rivih, bid ,ipn Imitf fi'woll, Pilot Ian' do boil. .lame Iturton dain., in Denver lt. WINTER RESORT. 'Through, tho Hooporlan Gardens of tho West" Runs the Luxurious "SUNSET UMITbD." The Finest Tntnn; on Wheels, AND' ITS DESTINATION ABE THOSE DELIGHTFUL Summer Lands of California." Spo.iiil llmmgh ll.ilm inusiitliu of bltci'lni; and dliiliWM" will le.m- Now Vork nuy siat urilJy, TmMliy ami 'Ihuitilay, ioiiii;ctiiisr ill lietly with tlic ".Sunut Limited" ut Xcv Uilcuiw, for full lutoiiiutiou, free IIUMuiul piuiph. letf, i.i.i)4 and tliuo'tublc, aim lowest nits, sleiplni; ear thAcU and luirKJUo ihocUvd, tipply to Southern I'ailU.' Co., 1W S. Thlid sluit, Philailell'bla, M. mmmj&mwjWMZv& ily, Hospital and Aitui urviion tu :Dlood?oIsc.i,Varico3old,StrIcli!rB nimcsQ eoiliwxct, final StuulionUifiTiruuk UWtipii rnorgirs. fully Tfjlotcd. Ipresli cunei I DO III BCHBi nrnTMti ywnz nuts MM IuiUtuie.UecUical tfcilcdicU UuuO. SCRANT0NIS A BONANZA IConcludcd (rout I'ago cared HM to 10 iluj . Tba mott dangeront cue rollclicu. 'IM DBUTSCHDH ARKT." Trtit Hit ill by li'lllTRcud lorh worn Tettiuionialt Poos ri peered darkly over the head of his vis itor, who turned uneasily but saw nothing. "Yes," continued the seer, "It is Clrniidinolhcr Ulnnlt (giving the vis itor's proper name), and behind her stands a peculiar figure, a guardian spirit, which out of u large book roadd these words: 'Here he threw In a little Hebrew,' " niul then said, "This spirit will watch over you, and your life Is destined to bo one of success." SAW A 13LONDK. At this moment he riveted his gaze on a corner of the room, and remarked absently, "I see a blonde." The Tilb uno man looked hurriedly at the corner, muttered disappointedly, "I don't," and tho doctor continued. "You know a blonde?" liy ti stretch of tho Imagina tion the visitor remembered Hint he did know a damsel with golden hair, and in nwe-strlckcn tones murmured that he did. "Ah, ha!" triumphantly exclaimed the clairvoyant, "she will exeit a great influence on your life, but beware! You will bo a great favorlto with the fair ' sex, oven though you arc personally averse to them. And now, Is there any thing else j could do for you?" The guest suggested that he would like to hear something about the past, whereat the palmist's strong features resolved themselves Into an Iron-like cast, and he remarked sternly: "All such questions, prompted merely by idle curiosity, are Ignored by mo." Karly In the seanco he had requested that the name of bis visitor's enemy lie written down, or a. question pen ned regarding the true state of rela tions towards iiim of some dubious party. This wns done, but It evidently slipped his memory, and therefore the Tribune man, who was really anxioiiq to know whether or not there are nnv persons about the city who spend nights laving for him, anxiously queried, "And bow about my enemy?" "You have an enemy," replied Lord gloomily. "You have nn enemy, nna lie is a man." Further Information was not vouchsafed. lie next gave the starlling news that his bnpleis guest would be unt'ortuinte In specu lation, wblle fortunate otherwise, and then, routing himself from his catai l"Ptle state long enough to tnke the bill tendered him bv bis guc?t. es corted him I'ourfeouslv to the door. TOLD THHIlt KXTM3UIKNCES. Two women, who emerged from, seances, told tho Tribune man odd tales of their experiences. They were both apparently intelli gent and sensible pprsons, and seemed thoroughly disgusted with what was returned them for their money. The one, a middle-aged woman, was re quested to write down her name upon a caul, and after studying her hand for awhile, Dr. Lord managed to dis cover her name. She Is aflllcted with deafness, and aftr being aevctat times request vd by her to speak louder ho informed her that she wa a victim of cir trouble, brought on by a shook and, catarrh. "However." be adiol. graciously, coming out of tho clalr voyant condition, for the time being, "I would be pleased to give you medi cal treatment and cure your disease." Tho other lady, who was well on In years, tas not requested to write down her name. However, after a cln-e examination of her hand, tho palmKt asked mysteriously: "Who Is Sfaiy?" On hearing tills rather un common name, the visitor answered, "l'"c a daughter by that name." "Of course," smiled the palmist, "and poor Mary is very unfortunate." "Oh, no sir," was the response, "she'.-; been a very successful git I." "And what's more," raid the clair voyant cheerfully, "s-ho always will be. I was referring to the other Mary." One of the kindest things which can bo said about Kent Lord is he is not a hoventh son of a seventh hon. However, ho Is getting vast f-ums of money from persons who can poorly affotd to be deprived of it In this way. If he was taking tho money merelv of those who had their fortunes tobl for pastime and can afford It, the evil would not be great, but unfortunately tho great majority of his patrons are credulous persons, who need the money he takes from them and who ought to be savd from the nonsensical notions ho fills their bonds with. New 'YorK Announcement, Horner's Furniture in the subject of this anuotinceinout, Tlio term ntnntlH for o very thin Rthnt is reliable niul fnsliionablo in Furni ture, in both tho simple nnd ornnte linen, whethor wantod for town or country homes. 1'wo other impor tant foituros aro tho moderate prieci ut which the floods are marked, and their unequalled assortments. DliiltiR-Room Furniture In all finishes of Antique, BjkI.ti, Flemish and Goldon, wlthTAblis.Din.tigCh irs.ClilnaCloscts and Sid. T.ibli.'b to match, Bcdfoom Furniture In all tin various woods and finishes, Including snecal lines for country homes. Brass Bedsteads in over 70 patterns (rum Ji'.oo upwaid, Enam eled Iron Bedsteads from 84.51 up. I.ate--t designs In P.ulor Furniture, Library Furniture, H.ill Furniture, Venetian Car ved Furniture. Couches, Settees, nasy Chairs, Rockers, Morris Chairs, Dressing Tables, Chcval Glasses. Writing Desks, etc., 0 c, all In unequalled assortments, nnd all prices. Hrnd for lltimtrnt.t llnndtwok, "Our American Homos and llutr tu l'imiisli Tlicm. It. J. Horner A. Co., Furniture Mukvrn nnd Importer, 01-05 VV. 2lid St., New York (Adjolnlm: I'dcn Mas) Merchant Tailoring R iiitfv GO PILLS 50 CTS. NERVBTI PIUS Restore Vitality, Lost Vigor and Manhood Curo Im potency. Night Emissions, Loss of Mem. nrs, 1111 wiiJiinK ui-eitspa, nil olTccts of 1 u)f.ul)ii.-o or excess nnd liuli'ciction. A nervo tonic and .blood builder. Brings tlio pink nliiw to pule chooks nnd restores tho flro of youth, lly nmil SOo nor lxix. O lioxps for S3. 50, with our bankable gaurantoo to cure or refund the monoy paid. .Vml for circular and copy ot our bniiknlnn Kuurnnteo houd. NervitaTabletsSSIS (vr.M.ow LADED immediate kcsuiis Positively Rimrnntceii euro for Loss of Power, Vnricocolo, Umloolnppil or Shrunken Oruntis, l'nrc-Is, Lnconintor Ataxia, Norvoui l'ra-tra. tlou, Hystnrin, Titi, Insanity. Pnialyids nnd tlio Hcsults of KjccpssIvo Usoof Tobacco, Opium or Liquor. By mall In plain pnekneo, $1.00 a box, 0 for $5.00 with our bankable guar antee bond to ouro in iiO days or refund money paid. Addruss NERVITA MEDICAL CO. Clinton & Jnckson Km , CHICAGO, It 1 Bold by McGarra'.i & Thomas, Drus;. r.lcts SOO Lncknwarra ave., Bcranton. a. MM It is impossible to get more for your mouey than we give you. Others uiav offer lower prices but they give you much inferior work. Some give g iod work, but exhorbitant prices, Our facilities are the best, our work the best aud our prices the lowest. W. J. DAVIS, 213 Wyoming Ave. Heating Stovss, S'Jl Furnaces, Oil Steves, Gas Stoves, K? Heaters. CUNSTER f FORSYTH, m-SZS PENN AVENUE. I HE CELEBRATED QORDON PIANO i ipofflFn 3 1 Before buying, send for catalogue. H. S. GORDON, &'wfyM$: The Dickson .Utuiiiriictiii'liu Uo. rcranton and VtlKo.llirro, 1', .Muiiurao.ui'tfrt o.' LOCOMOTIVES, SIATiONARV ENOINES Hollers. lioltlnsnd Pumping Machinery Oeneral Offlce, Bcranton. Pa. ConnollSdlDallac SCRANTON'S SHOPPING CENTER. Men i Knit Underwear, Various Weights X Women's and Children's What weight do you require for comfort duriug the cold weather? Must you have the thick, solt, fliecy kinds ? Or are tha lighter, thinner, yet still warm, grades preferred ? All wool, or silk-and-wool, or silk-and-cotton, or all-cotton, or all-silk ? This underwear store has all the mauy weights and sty'es, aud none but thoroughly dependable grales. Choose from this uuequaled gathering with assurance a? to excellence of quality and A visit to the store will moderateness of price. surely be This list may be helpful, For Men $1.00 a garment AH wool, natural colored shirts an J drawers, in sizes fiom 36 to 50. Heavy weight. $1.50 a garment Full fashioned and regular made, natural colored merino shirts and drawers, heavy weight. Also in blue. Medium weight. $i75 a garment Fine medium lio-ht weight, all wool shirts and draweis in natural color a standard garment the year 'round. $2.00 a garment All wool natural shirts and drawers, fashioned and regular male. Drawers spliced front and back, seats reinforced. Heavv weight. $2.25 a garment Extra heavy weight, pure wool garments for those exposed to severe cold weather. For Women 50c a garment White and natural color, rib bed meri.10 vests and panU. IVLdium weight. 75c a garment Heavy weight ribbed vests and pants in white or grey, two-thirds wool, one third co'ton. $1.00 a garmant Of heavy, ribbed merino, white or grev, vests tri high neck with short or long sleeves, full length drawers, also light and medium weight at snne price. FOR CHILDREN Ecru, heavy ribbed cotton ve-;ts and pants, fleeced lined, all properly cut and fi is led in all sizes lor ages from two to twelve years. Price 25c. Natural wool vests, pants and boys' drawers in medium and heavy weight. All sizes from 16 to 34, for ages from one year to 16 years. Prices range from 25c up, according to size. Union suits for men, women and children in all grades and weights, and styles, at our well known low prices. CONNOLLY & WALLACE, wash? 'avenue THIRD NATIONAL Ml OF SCRANTON. ORGANIZED 7872 DEPOSITARY OF THE UNITED STATES. Capital $300,000 surplus GOO.OOO WM. CONNELL, Prssltent. HE.NRY BELIN. Jr.. Vics-Pres. WILLIAM H. PECK, Casalr. Eperla attention irtven to busl. nens accurnts. Three per cent. In tel est pal on Interest deposit. THE iiC POWDER CO. Ilooms 1 and2, Com'lth BTd'g. BCRANTON, PA, lining and Blasting POWDER Mi4atMooiloana Ituih lala vVorlu. LAFLIN ft RAND POWDER CO3 ORANGE QUN POWDER BLetrle lUUerlm KIsotrloKsilaiiri, xplodln bliuti, auhty I'm t.it Repauno Chamhal Co,'s ex(Lo'ivE $3.50 Shoes for $2.50 MB 60 pairs Men's Box Calf, Goodyear welt, leather lined, extra heavy soles, regular $3.00 shoes, all sizes, 5 to 10, at $2.50. 150 pairs Ladies' Fine Kid and Box Calf, Goodyear welt, extra heavy soles, regular $3.50 shoes, all sizes, at $2.50. We invite you to call and examine the goods and you will surely save money by it. MYER DAVIDOW The (licuiiest Mioe House, .'it) l,ucKnvaiin;i Aveniii'. ml CARPETS Im We want you to ses the new arrivals in our Carpet Ds'narttuent. We believe we have the most complete stock u Northeastern Pennsylvania, and know that, quality con-" sidered, we can g ve you value and a selection not to br had this side of New York. A superb Hue of I WALL PAPER I I DRAPERIES I 0 I BRASS AND METALLIC BEDS I 4 Q WILLIAMS & McANULTY. 129 Wyoming; Anna 1 ARGtARtWABINATION GAMECWBDi These Game Boards have Rtrfei for 50 Garaea including CROKINO' ,i 11 in rnon0f.yj GAMES Florey & Brooks, 2 1 1 Washington Avenue. "r jjj DR, DEISSTEIS lbys'c!an and Suroa 311 Spuo St, ImpB uu.i LihUiuti mMM fA. All cuto ami rhrcnlc iliicuw, ot men. wo. men iml tlilluuu. CIIUOMO MUtVOUH, UHAIN AND WASll.MI JiatiASC'J A SiPKL. IALTV. All liibi'isci ol llm l.iwr, KMnuyj, llUddcr. Ski", Uiuud, Nil Vis, Wumb, V.c, Mr, Niw. 'lliroat, mid .uiu, tlinitr. rumorj, i'ilcs, Kupturc, liollrt, Klu'imiatUtn, Aithuu, Cutsrrli. mriuiinli'. l.oit M minimi, Mrflitly -iai.lum. all I'niulo Piwasi'S, Uuioirlioej, W. (ionnoiilica. SM'litl". Uluoil 1'ol.on, lii.llscre. lion uml uuilitiil ImIiiU ohllu i.iir.l. bmny, Km i:plll"V, 'lupc ii'l luinmli U ouiid. C.. TMtltllO.O.SK. bpeillU' tor CuUtili. TliU'e iiiontlia' trptincnt only $5.00. Trial tree In i.iltic. CuiuulUtlon ami lAJinliutlun (lev. OliUo liuun. ilii' mnl tundj), 6 J to U p. w. DR. DENSTEN HENRY BELIN. JR., Ceneial Agent for tli Wyoming District (or DUPONT'S POWDER. Minim,-, nhstlni,-, pportlnsr, Smolelosi and VK llipauh') CIiciiiUjI Coinpan'a High Explosives. Sufity l'ue, Cjpi and Eniilodcrj. Hoom 101 Coa , odl Ilullilaii, s.ranton. AIIUNC1KS: TllOi. K)HI) ...Vittston (.I01IN II, SUiril k SOU l'lymoutli w. i:. ui.'i.i.UJA.v ., , ,mixc tmrt I ? t 4 ; 't"l iP JVuM . t -v, ll , 4?LA&3ji-- J'Ul m&& MfWffli' : 1 J X& &?.& tjfc.v v- -. .