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THE SCRAiVTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1900.
Sptdal to Hid Stranton Tribune.
Forest Oily, Nov. IP. Hov. P. It.
Tower, of Thompson, prraohetl In the
MctlimllHt clutivh yesterday, ImsltiR
his illscoui'Ku on tlio Itcvclntlons of
T. Warren tJuilit nnil wife spent
Hunilny with their piii-onta, Mr. unit
Mrs. J. It. llutlil, In thin place. War
ner wiih married on Wednesday lust
to Miss Kinmu Foley, un cstlmauls
young lady of Alilcnvlllo, nnd lie re
ceived the hearty conirratulntlons ot
his friends yesterduy. The couple wilt
reside In White's Viilley, whore ho
is In business.
John It. Hell lias received his ap
pointment from court to the olllce ot
poor director, made vacant by tin
death of F. P. Holmes. Ho will ns
sunio the duties nt onco. Mr. Hell li
a successful and conservative busi
ness man, and will no doubt 1111 the
jio'dtlon with ability.
Miss Flo. Clllchrlst, of Como, spent
Saturday and Sunday with relative.-)
In town. She was returning from the
teachers' Institute at Honosdule.
H. F. Maxcy, of Scranton, was a vis
itor In town the latter part of last
Mrs. Sarah Waters, of Jormyn, was
the guest of her son, J. C. Waters,
The second annual ball of the Star
drum corps will be hold In the Opctu
House, Dec. IS. The committee of ar
rangements is Thomas Cavanaugh,
Anthony Oaffney and Fred Gunning.
"W. Healey Is general manager, as
sisted by Walter Drain.
Joseph Gallagher has accepted a po
sition In the olllce of tlio Hillside Coal
and Iron company at Mooslc. Ills
largo circle of friends here regret bis
departure from town.
Mrs.. Ida Swartz and daughter, of
Wayne county, have been visiting at
the homo of Samuel Seeley the past
J. D. Nelson Is now driving for Ezra
The price of coal was to-day ad
vanced to correspond with the scale
of the D., L. & W. and T. & II. on
local sales. This is a raise of S5 cents
Dn the larger sizes of coal.
Poor Director 1.. Klltz Is rejoicing
over the arrival of a brand new little
boy at his home.
W. H. Wlldcnbergor Is moving his
jewelry stock from the Ames build
ing to that lately used as the post
Special to the Scranton Tribune
Factoryville, Nov. 19. Mrs. Henry
Harding is entertaining her sister,
Mrs. Barber, of Scranton.
Miss Ella Carr, of Scranton, is at
the home of her mother, slightly in
disposed. The ladies of the Methodist. Episco
pal church meet at the home of Mrs.
A. .T. Gilmorc's this afternoon.
Miss Alma Wrigley, who lias been
spending a few tlays at the home of
her parents, returned to Scranton
T.ast Sunday was Bible Day at the
Mr. J. T. Bush is entertaining his
sister, of Carbondale.
George Baser, of Philadelphia, the
ell-known drug salesman, was a
caller hero Sunday. He was en route
from Lake Winola, where ho has pur
chased the B. G. Morgan cottage, and
remodelled It Into an up-to-date cot
tage. Mr. Baser will occupy It next
Mr. C. B. Shryer, the North Main
avenue druggist, was a visitor here
Report reached here late Saturday
night that John Rink had been ser
iously, injured In Scranton. The par
ticulars could not be learned at lint
Ex-County Commissioner .1. W.
Stark, Beglster and Recorder W. V.
Sliaw and George Derslilmor left yes
terday 'for Pike county on a doer
Rev. Hully and Putnam were busi
ness visitors In Scranton yesterday.
C. R. Shryer, of Scranton; A. A.
Brown, E, L. Wntklns and N. A. Gard
ner are on a hunting trip over at
Lalfo Winola today.
Special to tlio Scranton Tribune.
Honesdalo, Nov. 10. The Baptist and
Presbyterian Christian Endeavor so
cieties will hold a union meeting next
Sunday evening In thr Presbyterian
chapel, which will bo addressed by the
district president, Mr. Knapp.
The regular week-day coal trains
were run on Sunday over the Hones
dalo Delawnro and Hudson branch.
Over lib cars of coal wero brought to
The church supper at the Baptist
church will bo given Friday, Nov. 22.
The "Wayne County School Directors'
association, at their annual session,
held in Honesdalo last Thursday,
olected the following officers- for the
ensuing year: Hon. J, E. Woodman
Bee, president: II. S. Salmon, vice
president, and Jolm Lipport, secre
It Is not base bull, but the (lying
golf balls that the pedestrian must
bo on the lookout for. Since the crazo
lias readied Honesdalo, they aro ily
i(ig. In all directions.
"When You Get n Headache
flon't waste a minute but go to your
druggist and get a box of Krauso'
Headache Capsules. They will pre
vent pain, oven though your ukuVl
wc.ro cracked. They aie harmless, ya.
Bead tlio guarantee. Price 23c, Sold
by Mntthcws Bros,
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Special to tfio Scranton Tribune,
Pittston, Nov. 19. All abandoned
babe about threo days old was found
wrapped up In a shawl on North Main
street near the Ituvlnu crossing about
9:30 o'clock Friday night, by a young
man named Henry Belser. Ho took
the little babo to his homo on Curtis
Btrcet and later turned It over to the
Mrs. Mary Staples, aged SO years,
was found dead In bed at her home on
Fulton street Friday morning. The
woman's husband is a. blind iiian, well
known about the city streets. Un
known to tho neighbors the woman
had been sick for two days with no
oiia to cire for Jier excipt her blind
Harvey iynp, a Wttston boy, arrived
home last night from Santlngo, Cuba,
where ho was a member ot Troop 1C,
Eighth Cavalry. Several months age
he wns accidentally shot In the head
nt a target practice nnd has since" boon
In a hospital at Santiago. Ho has boon
given a tutnl disability discharge. A
piece of ox bono wns transplanted Into
his skull, but the operation has left
Ills left side partially paralyzed, and
ho Is at times subject to spusms. Ho
.expects to undergo treatment in a
Philadelphia hospital next week.
Miss Martha Nort and Miss May
Worth, of Scranton, wero visitors to
day at the home D. U. Bannister, on
Park street, West Flttston.
Tlio Welsh Congregational church
lias postponed tho eisteddfod an
nounced to bo held under Its auspices
next Thanksgiving day.
Miss Clara Schmaltz, ot Upper Pitts
ton, has entered the Moses Taylor hos
pital school for trained nurses.
A fatal premature blast occurred In
the Exeter mine, at West Pittston, this
afternoon. Anthony Usltls, a minor,
was tamping a hole loaded with giant
and black powder, when tho blast sud
denly went off. Usltls was instantly
killed and ills laborer, Anthony Sobor
oskl, was fatally Injured, dying tit tho
Pittston hospital about four hours after
the accident occurred. Motlska Losltl,
another laborer, was slightly Injured.
The three men aro Polandcrs, tlio for
mer living at Sturmcrvillo and the lat
ter two at Frogtown, this city.
Professor Henry Harris, of West
Pittston, will be the adjudicator ot
musical competitions at an eisteddfod
to be held in Nantlcoke on New Year's
Special to llie Scranton Trlbt.ne.
Suoqiiehanna, Nov. 30. Rev. nnd
Mrs. Charles Henry Ncwlng were
called to Florence, Now Jersey, on
Saturday by the deatli of Mrs. Now
Ing's mother. ,
Miss M. Louise Curtis, of Jackson
street, today assumed charge of a de
rat tnint of tho graded school at
Win wood, Wayne county.
Considerable damage has been done
in the Presbyterian parsonage by tho
bursting of n water pipe.
Rev. Mr. Bouton, pastor of tho Ave
nue Methodist church, Oakland, on
Sunday morning occupied the pulpit of
the Susquehanna Methodist church.
William Allpaugh has returned from
a deer-slaying trip to Pike county.
Mrs. Lcgg, of Now York city, Is the
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O.
Sutherland, Oakland side.
Mrs. O. Sutherland, of the Oakland
side, is seriously ill with cancer.
Tho Misses Beebe, of the Oakland
side, left today to visit friends in Now
York city and vicinity.
Mrs. J. H. Doolittlp and Mrs. Emma
Hull, of Giand street, have returned
homo from a visit with relatives in
Now York city.
Rev. Alexander Woulters, of Poland,
N. Y., on Sunday morning and own
ing occupied the pulpit of tlio Presby
Miss Agnes Severy, of Binghamlon,
spent Sunday with Oakland relatives.
Tho Combination Social club will
hold a social hop in Hognn
Opera House on Wednesday evening
The Young People's Society of Chris
tian Endeavor of the Oakland Coiip.ro
gational church will hold a Night Cap
social at the residence of .Tool 1).
Blown, in Oakland, on Wednesday
Tile riuftnuehannu High school pu
pils will next month begin the pub
lication of a magazine, The High
Pchol Record. It will be published at
the Journal olllce.
Tho banquet for the annual ball of
Erie Hose company wilt bo furnished
at the Central house.
George J. Sousa. of Lexington, Ky.,
is visiting relatives in this place.
Ancn t the proposed excursion nf
Susquehanna county teacheif; to
Washington, 7). C, the Erie has made
a round trip rate of $12 per capita,
for a ten days' excursion, 'v la Nuv
York, In a special train going, and
with stop-over privileges at Baltimore,
Philadelphia and Now York.
The funeral of Mis. Edward Cray,
formerly of Susquehanna, occurred on
Saturdav at St. Clair, Pa. Decease!
was a daughter of Mrs. P. Blake, of
A eongiegattonal meeting will' be
bold In the Presbyterian church this
evening, to vote on the question: "Is
tlio congregation ready to cliooso a
Rev. George Comfort, of I.anosboro,
on Sunday evening, occupied the pul
pit ot the Susquehanna Methodist
Rev. George W. Loach occupied the
pulpit of the Avenue Methodist church
on Sunday morning.
Tho tlftconth annual ball of Erie
Hose company, No. 1, will bo hold in
Hogan Opera Houso on Wednesday
evening, November 25. Doran's or
chestra will furnl-'h music for the
event. It will lie a sfllar social occa
sion. Tickets aro 'oUI'ig rapidly.
Special to tlio Scranton Tiilnme,
Now Mllford, Nov, 19. Miss Florence
Inderlled spent Wednesday with Bing
Colonel C. C. Pratt and family have
taken up their residence in Blngham
ton for tho winter.
Mis, II. J. Tiffany has been visiting
f i lends in Biugliaiuton.
Mrs. Edward Hendricks, of Hall-
stead, called on fi lends In town Friday.
Mr. and Mrs, Charles Tucker re
turned from Brooklyn, N. Y., Wednes
day, whero they havo been spending
bevoral weeks with their daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Ward, of Hall
stead, wore pleasant callers In town
Miss Dora riuminer visited friends
at Elinhurst, recently,
Miss Mabol Chamberlain, visited her
uncle, In Harford, last week.
Mrs. L. W. Moore and daughteis,
Nina and Jennie, were guests at tho
homo of Fred Moore, In Klngsley, Sun
day, ' -
John Blggar, a resident ot this town
for nioro than thirty years, died at the
family residence on Grove street after
a brief illness of pneumonia. Deceased
was born In Scotland Jlfty-llvo years
ago and came to this town when a
young man. Since that time he has
mado many friends, who sincerely re
gret his sudden death. Besides his
wlfo lie Is survived by eight children-
Mrs. Alexander Gillespie, of Pltlstonj
Isabel, Mnrgarct, Elizabeth, William,
Walter, John nnd Thonmsi. He wns a
member of the Knights of Honor. The
funeral will tnko place to-morrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Services will
bo hold at Lnngollffo church. Inter
ment will bo In Langcllffo cemetery.
Rlchnrd J, Howe, tlio four-months-old
Ron 'of Mr. and Mrs. William Hoto
of the West Hide, died yesterday
morning after n brlct Illness of pneu
monia. Tho funeral will tnko place
to-morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. In
torment will be In Langcllffo ceme
tery. Mr. nnd Mrs. Carpenter, ot Tunls
hnnnock, spent Sunday nt tho resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. E.E. Snyder.
Tho blacksmith shop temporarily
erected on tho E. & W. yards was de
stroyed by fire on Saturday evening.
John Richardson, of Lincoln Hill,
accidentally cut oft the greater part
ot the Index linger while killing ft
chicken on Saturday evening.
Mrs. William McGraw, of Spring
street, Is critically 111 ot neuralgia of
L. E. O'Brien wishes to announce
that he will bo a 'candidate for re
election as councilman.
Miss Mary Kearney attended the
funoral ot a relative In Duntnoro on
Tho drivers at Law's and No. 13
shafts of tho Pennsylvania Coal com
pany turned out yesterday. They were
Informed that they must report for
duty at C:30 o'clock nnd have tho
mules cleaned by 7 o'clock. For this
half hour extra they wore offered no
compensation. Sidney Williams wa.i
In town yesterday and stated that an
agreement would bo effected to-day.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Tunkhannock, Nov. 19. In the mat
ter of tho distribution of tho funds
in tlio hands of Charles Gardner, ex
ecutor of Philetus Reynolds, deceased,
O. S. Klntncr, esq., has been ap
pointed auditor and will moot the par
ties interested at his ofl'ce on Wednes
day at 1 o'clock p. in.
Letters of administration were is
sued by Rcgtcr of Wilis W;. U. Shaw
to Fred J.vintner, on the, estate of
Bradford Wandall today. AV'andall is
the man who was killed on the rail
road just above here on Tuesday last.
Tho-estute amounU to about $2,000.
Fred J. Klntnor. justice of the peace
and countv auditor, of Meboopany,
was in town on Monday.
W. U. Shaw, G. P. Dcrsbimcr and
Spencer D. Reed, of this 'place, and
J. W. Stark, of West Nicholson, are
over in Pike county on a hunt for
Paul Billings & Sons are finishing
up their electric light contract at tho
court house this week. The job was
started before last term of court, nnd
had to be suspended during court
Henry Harding, esq., nnd .Tamos L.
Vose winu at Mehoopaiiy on Saturday
afternoon, where they assisted In the,
Inspection of the Grand Army of the
Republic post, of that place.
V. N. Reynolds, jr., of Wilkes-Uarre,
was In town over Sunday.
ATTEACTIONS THIS WEEK.
TU:M)Y Itnlnil FiUsliiitnoiis in 'Tlie lluii
illFH.MlAY Hi.il.r's High Un-s Vaudeville.
Altciii.ion iiml ui;ln.
At. I, Wi:i:ii 'lliu Sihuf..MmiU llcpiilnirc
rillir TlllCt:i: DAVS-TIu- Oilsinal llio.ulw.iy
I.AhT TIIi:K DVVS Sapliti Hmli'squcH.
"The Devil's Mine" Presented.
Hit1 Sdmif k Mollis innipini opcncil .1 wpcL's
engagement .it the Ai.iileiny ot .Muile l.i-.t eu-n-iiiL',
pie.-entins Wolfonl fc U.iiej'i- '.eiisitlon.il
ueMein niclo-dunu, "The llewl's Mine." The
In uie was fairly v.M lllhil uuil the iiinlience
lilt the theater Hell pb-.i-.eil.
Specialties weie introduced heuweu the act
by the uwdctillc contingent of the company,
'this nfleinoon "Hie Devil's .Mine" will he re
pelled, and toiiijilit "The Smuggle!-." will 1m
Tho Broadway Girls.
"The liioadn-ay Gills" appeared in .1 dler?i
(led pio;i. inline at the Cijiety theater jisterday
at the lieglnnintr ot their three daj.s' vnirage
luent, and pic-cnled some, meritorious (eatuies
woilhy ot 111010 than pacing mention. Though
nonio ot the nieinhirs were inifoituiute in (.elect
iiu? a line of plane Rasa that liao been pietty
well t in knl over thte season, there va still
ii'oiiuh of the otlslnal to pioloko enthusiastic
applause at times.
Hello Harvey, tho vocalist, was liist fo cap
tivate the uudiencn by Iiir peculiar style ot
singing popular I1.1II.11U and coon songs, and At
He Vhlin'd unditicn of "Goo-Goo Uve" was
cue ot the he-.t. Clifford Cordon us the. Hutch
alderman cieatcd some lauplikr in ills act nml
as-Mul uiatiiially in aiouslng the audieuio fumi
its apparent stupor. Tho biojibvay tllus will
be at the Gaiety today and toinonow, afternoon
The world' greatest fighter, Itolicit Titz
(linnioiH, will Iiu seen at tlio Lyceum to-night
In- "Tlio Ifoneit DlaiUmlth," a comedy drama
ot homo and (.polling life by Willijm Gill, sup
polled hy Ids wife, Mrs. Itoliert l'ltzsiinmoni,
nnd their ton, Hobble, Jr., in addition to a
full dramatic company f unequalled limit.
"Tho Honest niacl.smltli" U full ot Stirling
situations and nnimlng comedy incidents, from
the rise to tlio fall of the curtain, hut is free
fiom any of the "Wild ami Woolly" older.
Ilohert l'ltslniiuons lias alwajs lieen known
as a man ot meat lou for home, and in ap
pearing in tho "Honest DlacKsmitli" with Ids
most estimable wife he la giving 10 (lie woild
a Uvid illustration ot what can he accom
plished hy confldenie, esteem nnd love at the
homo fireside, Tills wonderful athlete has hecn
traded In a manner that could not hivo hecn
possible hut for tho knowledge of his homo af.
fairs which the author, Williapi Gill, has so
truthfully portrayed in ills pen picture, Tho
Foenery ned in llils production Is from tlio
brush of that internationally famous artist, 1
High Class Vaudeville.
Attention has been called to tlio fait tti.it high
class vaudeville is to bo fstahiislicd at tlio
Lyceum for one afternoon and evening caili
week during tho balance of the season, com
mencing next Thursday, the S21 Inst. It should
ho undeistood that while tho name, llurko
Vaudeville company, will stand, that each en.
teitalnmeiit will bring a complete new com.
hination, so that those who tie tho opcnlni;
performances may attend tho subsequent events
with the urtjlnty of witnessing new and pop
ular pcoplo In cvirjthing olleied.
Mr, llurko is making tho experiment of es
tablishing vaudeville, as It is given at Keith's
and Proctor's and at his own beautiful theatres
In Baltimore and Washington, in a few cities
like Heron ton, whero cultured dramatic tasto
ij proverbial. lie understands that many will
pKituse the name of vaudeville with that of
variety, to tho dlsadvantugo of the former, and
in order to enlighten playgoer In this nutter
ho asks them not to give themselves any uneasi
ness concerning the character and artistic qua),
tty ol everything that will be offered during
the season. Iiu sain that a test of this will
be given at the first ol tlio scries on Thursday
out, both at the matinee and evening perform
ances, lu his Washington theatre scats are al-
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Mrs. H, D. Swartz has gone to attend
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Mrs. Ellu Palmer Sinllh, u trained
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Rev. S. J. Arthur, of West Pittston,
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Tho Kmersnn Literary socloty of the
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Mildred Smith, Harold Runncll, Hesslo
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New Yoik, Nov. 1'), 'the tell in:,' piessiire ludiy
jia.iiu piiiwil uioH- than tho nniket could .ib
V01I1, ami prices aio very irenerally lower as .1
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i.dlruad and industiial ilcpiilmeuts, but tho
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:in iippc.1r.1nco of manipulation hy tho hulls for
tho putpu.u of Mistaiuint; tho ui.uKct and en
(humkIiik leiuwcd buyinir for Hip advance. The
downward cuur-e of piices piomplly set in after
tin' market had opened genoially higher. Kasler
money in Loudon and tho evtcnt of the. advance
for Americans prompted sonic speculative ven
turn in that market and there weie stories
cabled from nbroad of great trunk line consoli
dations, showing that the rumor monger had
been regaling the UiilWi public with much tho
same Kind of fain as that which h. been of
fered in Wall htieot for home time past. The
lower prices here in New York attracted buying
by tho arbltrago brokers which served as a su
tabling iillluencc but tho continued evidence of
depicsslou in London turned heller and liquidated
veiy heavily, the sales 011 balance being esti
mated at upwauls of 10,000 shales. Selling from
domestic souices was also very largo. The mil
roads as a rule vvcie ino3t affected and in my
stuudaid stinks wero f 01 coil a point or over below
Saturday 'h level. In the late dealings a strong
ilenmuil developed for Northern Pacific, which
carried that stock up 2i, to B87J, (Jic.it North
1111 prcfeiied lose canity and cMieuie Vi point,
but this rally, while It alTcctcd the market gen
erally and drove the beais to cover, did not hold,
long stock coining out on the advance. When
the beam perceived tills they made a ficsli at
tack and iliove piices down again, nml while
the level ot tho market did not fall generally to
the early low point the closing was active nnd
easy. Amowrho points of special Mrength
should bo mentioned Grncral Klcclrlc, Metropoli
tan, American Ice, f-tccl and Wile, Colorado I'm I
nnd American Smelting and for u time Sugar ami
JlrooMyu Transit. The announcement of 11 fail,
lire of a board member had sonic slight Influence
mi sentiment until It was learned to ho of nu
iinpoitancc. There was no uctu.il newa ncvelop.
ment to account for tlio iliivvmvatil course of
prices nnd it was largely duo to tho technical
I.UH1S. The ir.bred custom of professional oper.
atom to tale tho hear uide of tho market against
11 public bull position asserted itself, mid tl-eia
was much tollrt opinion to be heaul tint tho Use
in prices bad over-run itself anil that u reaction
was overdue. Total xalcn, J,2.'i'),WK) glutei,
The vulumo of bublncbs In bonds lis well as
in Mocks was coiisldciably diminished, bat piices
of bonds held Armor than tliosn of stock, Total
F.des, par viluc, HBiniOO, I?. S. refunding 2i
nnd the coupon 3s advanced Vi and new 4s, U
per cent, cm t lie labt rail.
Tli following quotations
Tribune by M, fl. Jordan &
Mtora building, Scranton, l'a
American Sugar l.iiM
American Tobacco Ill
Am. Steel & Wire ,,,, V)
Atchison ,..,,, ,,.,,... S
Atihlvon, I'r. ..,,.,,,,. S3','j
Hiook, Traction ,,,,,.,, 71!
Hallo, Ohio ,,,,,,,,.,, bi7,
rout. Tobacco ,. UUU
Clics. & Ohio , .11
Chic. & Ut. West IIU
( hie. II. & IJ ,,.137
Kt. 1'uul ,..., lilTa
Hock Ldaiid ,,.,., ....UHi
Del. li HiuUoii ........lliii
Lackawanna it. II. , ,..1W
l-Ydcial Steel bl'.h
federal Steel, Pr, ..,.,. K
Kan. & Tex., I'r. , SS',4
Louis. & Nash. ,, 61
Man. novated .,, Hi
Met. Traction 170Va
Misso. Pacific ,., bl
Pcoplc'b Uas .,..,,....,102
N. J. Central UlU
South. Pacific Wt
Norfolk & West 43
North. Pacific 07
North. Pacific, Pr, ,.. t0i
N. Y. Central PvitJ
Out. k Wot. 21
I'cuni. it. It. 1. ,.,.,.. lUX
rt fumlBlud The
Co., rooms "cW.70a
i Telephone 003;
High- Low. CIoj,
OUH f 1
People in Greater New York
Greater Nuvv York.
His Physician Prescribed Swamp-Root.
NEW YORK, Nov. 18, 1899.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
I was all run down in health and spirits, from overworK on
the Exchange floor. I developed nervous neuralgia and also suf
fered from an acute attack of rheumatism.
Of course, I had careful medical attendance, but while conva
lescing my own physician himself ordered me to take Swamp
Root to build up my nervous system, and put my kidneys in
shape. It helped ine more than any curative or tonic I overused,
and now I always keep it in my medicine chest. With best
wishes for sufferers,
(Z'-yu. oJ2Zz y
Pacific 5lail tfii$ W -lOVi
Hi ailing- Hv. :) 20',i 20 2n
Iteadiiig, I'r. Ill ill HI iHli
Southern It. II 14:1 Ills H ll:li
Southern, I'r. Ill 01 Mis l-lT
Teiin. Coal J: lion .... 7!l 7:)91 77 77i
t'. S. Leather I.", 15 1r. 15
V. S. Leather, I'r. 77',(. 77',i 77 77
I', s. itnbber 37V1 :;7'i Wi i.r.'i
I'liion Pacific) 71's 7JU f.ri'H 70Vi
I'nion Pacific, Pr. SI'S Sl-li SIU St'V
Wabash, I'r ! 22 2l"i 2 Pi
Western Union Ml SO S3 SV,a
Thlul Avenue 112 112 112 112
NI1W YORK PROIUTCK HXCIIAXOC PRICES
Open- High- Low- Clos,
WHEAT. nig. Mt. est. Inir.
December 77-71 77"A 7i!TA 7H7s
May SO'a SOvi Ttfi TliVs
December 42ri 43!i 42vi 42i!s
May 41' !2'i 4l?i 41
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
STOCKS. nid. Asked.
First Natioml Bank FOO
Bcraiitnn Savinga Hank 300
Scranton Packing Co 93
Third National Hank 4J5
Dime Deposit and Discount Hank ,, 2i0 ...
Economy Light. II. fc 1'. Co 40
Laeka. Trust Safe. Deposit Co 130
Scranton Paint Co b)
Clark & Snover Co., Pr. 12j
Scranton Iron Fence k Mfg. Co 100
Scranton Axle Works ffi
Lackawanna Daliy Co., Pr
County Savings Hank & Trust Co... SOU
First National Hank (Carbondale) 300
Standard Drilling Co 30
Traders' National Hank 133 ...
Scranton Dolt and Nut Co 100
Scranton Pacnger Railway, first
Mortgage, duo 1020 JH ...
People's Street Railway, llrt mort
gage, duo 1013 113
People's Street Hallway, (leneral .
mortgage, duo IWl 113 ...
Dickson Manufacturing Co 100
latcka. Township School 5 per cent. ... 103
City of Scranton St. Imp. 0 per
Scranton Traction 0 per cent 113
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrected by II, O. Dale, 27 Lackawanna Ave.)
flutter Cieamcry, 2Ja2lc.i dairy tubs, iic.
1'ggs Select western, 17c. ; nearby date, 10c.
Cheese Full cream, new, lllsc
Deans Per bu., choice marrow, $2.40; medium,
2.30; pea, W.30.
Onions C0c. rcr bu.
Flour Best patent, $I.C0.
Philadelphia Grain niul Produce,
Philadelphia, Nov. 10, Wheal Vie. lower; con.
tract BlJdo, Nov.. 7Miu7l',4''. Com iic, lowci;
N11. 3 mixed, 12!'jU2?sC Oats steady; No. 2
whllo dipped, 2iVtc Floui Dull nml vrakj
whiter buperior, I?2.30a2,50; do. extias, f.'.Wa
2.S0; Pinna, idler cleai, $-M0x').30; do. c'n.
tlralght, W.:i3a'i.l3; western winter clear, $?.;.i
3.1UJ do. do. straight, s'l.l0i:i.C3; do. do. int
ent. ?J. Max 8.3; h'nnsas iitialgbt In backs, (-I.1U
u'l.liO: do. patents in tacks, W.tJlal.sfl; bprlng
ileal, ?2.b.3.U.23; do. Mralght, W.OOa.l.'j; do,
patent, ssj.v0al.13; do. favorito brands, Tl.i0.il.33;
city mills extra, S2.bO.r2.fO; do. clear, W.2IU
!l. 10; do. straight, s).43a3.(Uj do. patent, i?3.7.3
a J. 1.3. Ityo Hour, dull -mil easier, at ftl.a3aa.KJ
per barrel for ilipico Pcnna. Huttir Finii; fan.
cy western irraui'iy, 27c; do. pilnts, 30c. llitgs
Firm; 'fresh nearby, 27c, j do. western, 2Ck-. ;
do. southwestern, 23c; do, southern, 21c
Cheese Quiet; N. Y, full creams fancy small,
llall'.ic ; do. do. do. fair to choice, lOahHio.
Refined sugars Dull and weak. Cotton Firm
and 4c higher; inlddlliu' uplands, 10 G-lOc.
Tallow Steady; city prime in hluls., 4)ic;
country do., bbls., 4!!a44c; cakes, oic Live
pcultry Dull and barely steady; fowls, SaOc;
exceptional lots, U'.Jc. ; old roosters, vaOVLc. ;
spring chickens, faOc; ducks, OilOe. ; turkey,
".iIOc,; geeae, OaOijC. Drced poultry Finn,
good Ueiuacd; fuwls, choice, 10c; do. fair tu
good, IMDlic.; old rooster), tH7c. j ucsiby
Regarding Wonderful Cures
How to Find Out if You
It used to bo considered that only
urinary and blndilur troubles wore to
bo traced to tho kidneys, but now
modern science provas that nearly all
(lliensos havo their beginning In tho
disorder oC those most Important or
grins. The kidneys filter nnd purify the
glood that Is their work.
So when your kidneys nre weak or
out of order, you can understand how
quickly your entire body Is affected,
nnd how every organ seems to fall to
do Its duty. 9
If you arc sick or "feel badly," be
gin taking the famous new discovery,
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as
soon as your kidneys nre well they
will help all the other organs to
heulth. A trial will convlnco anyone.
Weak and unhealthy kldncyn are
responsiblo for more sickness and suf
fering than any other disease, and it
permitted to continue fatal results are
Kuro to follow. Kidney trouble lrrl
tntes the nerves, makes you dley,
restless, sleepless and Irritable. Makes
you pass water often during the day
and obliges you to get up many times
during tho night. Causes puffy or
dark circles under the eyes, rheuma
tism, gravel, catarrh of the bladder,
pain or dull ache In the back, Joints
and muscles, makes your hend achs
and bnclc ache, causes Indigestion,
s.tomach and liver trouble, you get a
sallow, yellow complexion; makes you
feel as though you had heart trouble;
you may have plenty of ambition, but
no strength; get weak and waste
The cure for these troubles Is Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the world
famous kldnej remedy. In taking
Swamp-Root you afford natural help
to nature, for Swamp-Root is tho most
perfect healer and gentle aid to the
kidneys that Is known to medical sci
ence If there Is any doubt In your mind
as to your condition, take from your
urinp on rising about four ounces,
place It in it glass or bottle and lee
It stand twenty-four hours. If,,, on ex
amination, it Is milky or cloudy, If
there Is a brick-dust settling, or If
small particles float about In It, your
kidneys ura In need of immediate at
tention. Swamp-Root Is pleasant to take apd
is used in the leading hospitals, rec
ommended by skillful physicians In
their private practico, and Is taken by
doctors themselves who have kidney
ailments, because they recognize In
it the greatest and most successful
remedy for kidney, liver and bladder
If you aro already convinced that
Swamp-Root is what you need you
can purchase the regular fifty-cent
and one dollar size bottles at the drug
spring chickens, 10al2c; western do., 0al2c. He
ccipls Flour, 2,(100 barrels, and 1,683,000 pounds
in sacks; wheat, 4.000 bushels; com, 119,000
bushels; oats, 1,000 bushels. Shipments Wheat,
113,000 bushels; corn, C0,000; oats, 7,300.
New York Grain and Produce.
New Yutk, Nov. 19. Flour Market quiet and
batcly si only j closing weak and lower to sell,
in M'nipathy with wheat, Wheat Spot weak;
No. 2 red, 77!sC. f. o. b. afloat, and 7(l',ic. ele
vator; No. 1 northern Dulutli. S2a827sC t. o.
h. ulloat. Options opened firm and were strong
nil tho meming. In tlio afternoon lliu maiket
broke seveielv and closed weak nt ,i,4c. net
decline. .March closed sue; May, 70Hc; Nov.,
415sc.; Dec, 42'j;c. Corn Spot easy; No. 2,
4.3 e. elevulor, and 10ic J. o, b. afloat. Op
tions al lint slionger, but tlio market reailed
uuil ilofed weak ut unchanged prices. May
closed llicj Dec, 12ic Oats-Spot dull; No.
2. 2c ; No. 3. 2.3','jc. ; No. 2 white, 2914c.;
No. 3 while, 2sc; tiack mixed western ,23iii
27"C; tiack while western, and state, 2Sa.t3Hc
Options dull and unsettled, closing easy. Hiitlor
Stc.uli; cirameiy. lP.i'!7c; lactory, 10il5!c.;
.limn ciennuiy, lF.i21c; Imitation creamery, 14
IMlc; hlate dalrv, lGr23c. Cheeso Cjuitt;
laigo Septeinlicr I mcv, luio ; small Sept. fane,
lie,; large Oct, f.uicv, muc; 6mnll Ocr. fancy,
10',io. Eggs- Steady j Hale and Prima., 22a2Sc;
western, leguljr packing, 2Ia23c.j western, loss
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chic ago, Nov. 111. Citlle Receipts, 2,IIOii;
iii.i-.llv in to 13 cents lowir; hutdieis' stock,
iihniil' htculy; uallves, bet im sale today, 3
unloads nt Ki.SO; Ijuod In piimo steer.', f.'i .ICa
O.t-0, poor to niedlum, I.3j.i3.23; selected teed
lis, f3,7.3.il.l0; mixed MocLon, f2.2.3a3.70, Cowi-,
s.2.b.3.il.23' hcllets, $2,184.108.40.206.3; cauutirs, Sl.COa
2.11.3; bulls, W,23al.3j; calves, .U5.75. Tcxans
- Texis fed hlicln, S2.u0all.2j.
Hogs Hen Ipt.s today, tll.lHK); toumuow, ISO.OWI;
cslliuated left civrr, 2,000; 2',s tu .1 cents lowci ;.
iln-Ing linn; tup, s3; mlvcd and butcheis, 9t.
a3; good fo diolie lie ivy, s-I.SjalWJi; luiiftii
li-iivy, ?l.70.ilu; light, l.iUal.UTUi hn'k '
sheep HiciiptB, 20,000; sheep and lnndi,
slow, lUc lower; good tu cliolco welheis, (.1.b
al,2o; fair to cholcn mixed. ?3.Wj3.ti3; wrvtern
blieqi. fi.D0.i4, 1.3; Texas .sheep, S-'.30al..3ll; na
tive lambs, fl.IOa3.ll); western amb, ?l 85.i3.ll).
Chicago Grain and Produce,
Chicago, Nov. II). A featiue of lodavN board
of n.ido ussloii was the lliuiy in Novemher corn.
Fears of ,1 coiiiicr In Hut option cauicd an
advance at 0110 time of Kc '1 lie dos was ut
an ytv, advai.ee, Deicmbcr oats declined He
I'lovlsluns wcie liaidy bleady and clobod 1111.
changed to 2 lie higher, luti quotations wero
Flour Kasv; No, 0 bpilng vvlieit, ii7a71'.4p.;
Vo, 3 led, 71',s.i7lc; No. 2 mixed. 40!8a(0ir.;
No. 2 yellow, 10t&il0.t'.: Ifn. 2 xvhllo oats, 2U
SiHjcj No. 3 while, 2lfta;MlSi No. 2 U.
4l',qc.; .No. I ll.iv, sfl.OI'v; No. 1 northwest,
sl.lUl timothy, srl.:0: poik. $10.5ail0.02l,j; lard,
S7,17!ia7.20; rilw, S7.2Ja7.73; bhoiihlcis, SHl
CT'l.; bides, ;n."3a0.83; whUkey, $1,87, Sugar
" . 1
New York Live Stock.
New Yoik, Nov, 10. Beeves Slcers In heavy
tiipply and J3v23c lowci; bulls and cows, low
er except for fat stock; htecrs, ?I.Ooa5. 15; tups,
f.S3; oxen and btagb, $.1.00; bulls, $2.23a3.aV,
rows, $L2.3a3.cl3; choice fat'do., .I.SSal. Cahei
Slow and 2.3c. lower; veal, W.60a8.25; tui-,
fS.uUj little lalvcs, $1; grasscrs, fi.Wa; main
ly at Y-.WJ-'-7.3.
Slice p and lambs Market demoralircd 011 heavy
ri'iclpls; bheep. 23al0c. lower; lambs, 40a5Oc
oft; bheep, S2.'2.3al: culls, fcl.tOaS; lambs, $1.23
aS.2.3) Canada lambs, $3aS.2i; culls, $3al.
Hogs Market lower at f3.15a3.50.
East Liberty Stock Markat.
Fast Liberty, Nov. 19. Cattle Dull and low
rr: extra, $3.40a5.60; prime, $6aS.29; commota,
Hogs Lower: all grades, $38.03 ( rouefct,
Sheep -Lower; choice xvctlieri, 3.75a).Mj coma
inou, $l.COa2.lO; choice lambs, $35.26 1 tea
111011 tu good, flat SO; veal calve 7a7.(A