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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY, NdVlMfeER 29, 190fc
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Exhibit nt Builders Exchange.
One of the rooms or the BultdcrtT ex
rhanue In tliu Board of Trade build
ItiK bus been net nalilo by Socrntarv
LtiudlR for the display of Various of
the building products. Ho ulm at
making tho room u mlnlaturp Bourne,
and to exhibit to the Renernl public
wares In tbe same manner as Is done
by the building trades ot thu laigor
A brick display has now been com
pleted and prcnents a novel and sulk
ing appearance. It consists ot two
rablnets, one on either side of the en
trance, In which tiro arrayed numerous
kinds of pi ess and glazed bricks. The
two cabinets aro each lltteen feet high
by six wide, and aro divided off Into
compartments, the one of ten and the
other fourteen, In which arc sot tho
bricks nrrayed In the same manner and
fastened hy thu sumo masonry us In
The one display was completed about
(i week ago, and was contributed by
the Eastern Hydraulic l'ress Brick com
pany, of Philadelphia. The bricks uru
mostly of the standard size and ot
sober colors. The other was completed
only Monday and Is the work of O. W.
Ketchum, clny pioducts, of Philadel
phia. This Includes a largo number of sets
ot bricks of the lininnn size, long and
narrow, while the remainder arc stand
ard. Mr. Kclchiim took a great deal
of pains In arranging the display, and
as a result It. Is a very handsome piece
of work. Tho bileks range all the way
from the Iron mottled kind, of which
the new Young Men's Christian asso
I'lation building is to be built, to white
One advantugu of this to tho general
public will be that a person thlnklntr
ot doing any building, and In doubt as
to what particular kind of buildng
maleral, bricks for insance, to use, can
go with his architect to the Bulldintr
exchange, look over the display and
then pick out his favorite.
Secretary Lnudlg worked hard to
Fceuro these exhibits and feels de
servedly proud of his success. Ho In
tends continuing to have builders bring
on their wares, and to eventually have
as complete displays of all kinds of
building necessities as Is now had of
Street Car Men's Union.
Oraanlzer Frederick Dilcher. of the
Vnlted Mine Workers' association, who
yesterday morning banded 'the Scran
ton street car men into a protective
union, later In the day telegraphed to
President W D. Mahon, ot the Street
Car Employes' Association of Amctica,
of Detroit, that a local branch of the
national organization had been uer
fected, and an answer to this message
is shortly expected from the national
One hundred and seventy-one men
were yesterday morning enrolled into
tho union nt the meeting, and all
through the day the secretary was kept
busy puttlng'additional names on his
little book. Permanent officers were
elected at the gathering, but their
names will be kept secret, for a while
General Manaser Sillinian, of tho
Scranton Railway company, was yes
terday seen by a Tribune man, and de
clared that as yet he had received no
visits from any committees and, in
fact, no official notitication of the for
mation of the organization.
"All that I know about it," he de
clared, "Is what I read today in your
paper. No grievance or any other kind
of committees havo called upon me to
day or recently. I am not aware of
any dissatisfaction among the men, and
know of no existing grievances."
Today's D'I, & W. Board.
Today's D L. and 'W. board is as
Wednesdiy, Nov. !H.
WILD CATS HAST.
i. m. O. C.i-e.
10 i. in. I". C.i jnnugli.
11 i. in.--li. T. fcUplts.
Thursday, Nov. 2'J.
WIl.U CATS IJAST.
ll.ZU a. in. A. II. Iiiiwi-, Willi C. Hirlliolomcu's
:: a. in. .1, A. liuh.
1 n. in. P. W.ill.
." J. in, M. C'.irmodv.
l a. in. 1. Cllligari.
J- n. in. 1". (iilligan.
a. in. II. .1. I.iikin.
in.30 u. in. i:. m. ii.iiunr.
I ISO a m. f. Cirmndy.
1 p. in. J. Costello, with ,1. ,'. Duila Men,
ii . in. A. i; KclvliiMii.
".13 1. in. ,T. Hennlgan.
i 13 p. in. (J. Rjlliity.
J a. m., east i:. McAllister.
I i. in., cast .1. Hosier.
" a. ni., west (!. I'rounMkir.
! .1. in., ym V. 11. Mi.lii.l-
10 a. in. Singer.
C. ii. in. G. llmistr.
Il.su ii. in. Mm, in.
7 i. in. Muiphy.
J p. in, Tlioinas.
7 i. in. fiaffney.
.1 i.U p, in. Stanton.
7 ii. in -Miguuni.
WILD CJ.VTS WIISV,
.1. in. II. Smith.
.-, .1. 111.-0. I). ILmwrly,
ii Ii, 111. ft Klugslry,
7 ii, in, C, W, Dunn.
n ,i. in, a. r. Miiiitn.
!i ii, in. T, .1. 'lliumi'suii,
1il a in. J. limber.
Vi nYlnck noon .1, MtCjnn,
'! p. in. .1, O'llam.
,'t 1 1, in. .1. (ialugan,
I I', in. ('. Hurl.
ii p, in, W, A. Ilaitboluimiv,
7 p. m.-fi. lllll.
3 ji. in. W. Ull.ur.
Conductor .1. IlmUuit ami crev.- will luu tho
4,43 p. in. WiM Cat Wait, Nov, 25, In place uf
P. Civaiuiisli .mil enw,
Conductor J, .1. Dully, nrakcineii Qulnl.ni, J,
.ill;ir uml .1, .1, Mi (,'uo ttill report .it tralu
liiisui'i oilier, ti o'lloek u. in., aituriljy,
Caiiiluctor Willi mi Miliy will tako Xe.ills'
run, Thur.-iby, No, "'J, and inn it tor lliao
Caniluctoi' M. ('. Ill.ikelci ami llr.ikcunn Soiu
ui'l Ktiuiik, i:. W, Kinltli uml l. n. 1'r.itt will
uimrt at trainmaster's elllcu nl 1U a, in,, tJat
unlay, t'onduttor h. ('.irniody ami crew will lejiort
t trolnin.istei'ti ulQcc ut V.'M u'cloek, Saturday
I'omlui'tor J. Carrlcg mid irew that was on
Villi lilm on Ike lid Instant, will icport at
tialnnuster'i. ullicu baturday, S a, in.
The New Freight Station,
The work Is progressing rapidly at
the Weston Mill, on I.uckawaiinu uve
jiue, of trausferilng the ojjjrutlng ma
(ihlnerv and stock, and iuls now be
lieved that by the first part of Decem
ber everything will bo In readiness for
the Delaware and Hudson Xtallroud
I'ompany, which recently purchased the
building, to tako possession and begin
removing tho structure, to make way
for tho new freight station.
A good part of the stock has already
been removed and Put In store, and
every day gives tho big building a
more vacant and bare appearance.
Vcsterduy afternoon the largo uteara
boiler wna taken out of the cnalne
house and fetorcd away.
At the Dickson Works,
The largest cylinder over constructed
by tho Dickson Manufacturing com
pany, and upon which work has been
done for the hist several months, is
now completed and Is awaiting ship
ment nt the mnchlno shops. It was
built for tho Uoston Traction company
and will leave for tho Massachusetts
city In a fowdays. ,
An order for two huge My-wheelfl for
tho samu concern was also tilled hy
tho Dickson company. Ono of tho
wheels was shipped some Weeks ago,
and tho other Is now ready to ho
shipped. The wheels aro each twenty
four feet In diameter and weigh one
hundred tons apiece. They nrc n pulr"
of the largest fly-wheels over built at
Unions to Be Organized.
Organizer Frederick Dilcher, of the
United Mine Workers of America, yes
lerday remarked to a Tribune man that
before December 10, every branch of
the local Industries will have been or
ganized. Tuesday night, besides tho
meeting of street enr employes, which
resulted In their amalgamation, a gath
ering was held of this city's express
men and druymen, who organized a
National Officer Carl Howe, of Bind
forrt, Pa., of tho Barbers' association,
arrived In the city yesterday morning
and Immediately plunged Into the work
of organizing the knights of the razor.
A meeting will be held Monday nlcht
of tlie local barbers and organization
Organizer Dilcher will take an nctlve
part in this work, and declares that,
while it Isn't exactly In tho line of
United Mine Workers of America's
doings, still he is always willing to do
everything in his power towards
furthering the Interests or organized
This and That.
Beginning at 12 o'clock tomorrow
noon, automatic lock signal No. IBS, at
West Paterson. on tho Delaware, T.ack
awanna and Western railroad, will be
changed from a caution to a stop sig
nal. The Philadelphia and Reading Rail
road company has Just placed with tho
Pulchvin Locomotive wosks, at Phila
delphia, an order for forty-five loco
motives. Ten of them will be for pas
sengers and thirty-live for freight traf
fic. All are to be delivered within a
The Lackawanna yesterday carried
an exceedingly heavy traffic, .as. the 're
sult of the eagerness of people to flock
to New York and Philadelphia to spend
tho Thanksgiving holiday. Train No.
4, which left for New York at 12.E3
o'clock yesterday afternoon, and No. G,
which went through about 4 o'clock,
were both compelled to take on extra
A cluster of lights has been olaced
on the polo at the corner of the North
Scranton barn of the Scranton Rail-
wuy company, as a sijjnai 10 me crews .
. , , . . ... '
turning in their cars at night. When .
the lights are burnlnc it means that ,
the track in front of the barn is not
cleur, and the crews must wait at No.
1 switch until the barn foreman turns
off the light.
Glass Workers Amalgamated.
By Exclusive Wire from The Associated Press.
l'ittsbur?. Nov. 23. Tho committee appointid
by the glasd flattcners, cutters, blowers and path
erers havo practically completed the details of
Wall Street Rtview.
New York, Nov. 28. There were no dealings
of any importance. The number Of different
storks dealt in weic smaller than for many djvs
past. It is not improbable that tomorrow's holi
day prompted the curtailment nl speculative ven-
""cd. iiik uimiiiiks weic mi. icy i.i.tvv "
the hands of room tradeis and the larger in-
tuies. 'llie dealings were loft very largely in
tcrests and the public were uparently out of
mo market entirely, lucre was no gie.it press,
ure of liquidation, but when any coulckniblc
volume of slocks was offered there was no buy
ers. The miikct was viry (rcncrally heavy In
the early pail of the day. The early heaviness
uf the maikel gave way quite generally to a
recovery in the litu dealings after London bad
ceased buying. 'Hie Kains vveru not all retained
tn the cIosi. Amalir.inuted Copper continued
to show weakness supposed to be on account of
apprehension of unfavorable legislation in Moli
lalia. Tiio new Chicago and Alton stock; wrro
largely bought at advances of 2 and l?i for
the common and prcfened icspectlvely. The
liubbcr stoks were notably weak. Total sales
today, CdO.bOO shares. The bond nnrket was
tiuito utiivo und jitldtd in sympathy. Total
talcs, par value, ,5;,035,00). United States bomla
who nil irrcRiiIar.
The follonlm; quotations sic furnished The
Tribune by JI. S. Jordan &. Co., rooms 703-704
Mears bulldii,?, Scranton, la. Telephone 600,1:
Op-ii- HIrIi- Iiw- t;i08-
Ing. est. est. mi;.
American Sugir IS! I.04 132'i l".t
Anicrfi-aii Tob.mu ....Iftl nwi lUSli 10.sat
Am. h. k W 43'-i II 43'j 43;
Atch.. To. Ii K Po .... HU'f. 10 am K'l'i
A., T. & S. l, I'r M hlTi M?s H3T
llruikljn Ti ait Ion .... 73-fi 735i 7.'. 72's
Halt. K Ohio M Sl4 WV hlU
font. Tobacco rflTi ."(I'm 'M'A IWi
Ches. k Ohio !!5:)i 30V(, 3JVH 5'i
Chic. Ic. fi. W 1414 14'ss 11U ll!.'i
Chic, U. .t Q l.Stt 1,I7 13fil 137
St. Paul 127 12S?; lJr',3 12jlii
lloel: Island 115 115; 115 U5',i
Delawaiu ' Iluilson .,.,111! 110 1I5', 115U
Ladcawauna 1M 1S3 IKi 1ST.
1'cder.il Steel 10 Mn,i I'-J 41)
1'VderiiI Stitl, 11- 7V-; 70 7.!'. ' 75'J
Kail, ii Tex., I'l 37:1i !ti i!7's iliU
Louis, k Nash SJi-j Svlij MVa Mli
Manhattan l'.le 110 110 Ui'lU Koii
Met. Tuition Ci 17211 17214 171IJ 17a
Misiourl I'acilli .VJ'.i MIV4 50 1AH4
lVoplo'K (! IOUV3 1IN) WH4 lOOli
N. ,1. Central 150 JCU14 H7'4 1IHI,
Soiilliern IV-eiflu 12(4 I3U 11 4'ji.J
Norfoll; li Western .... 12 42V4 ll'i 41
North. lNirlflo 70! 71W lifiH 71U
North. Paillic, I'r hlT4 W hVU S2H
N. V. Central UO',4 I2!4 lPPf. ipju
Onl. ic Wist 2V 23; V.'i " s.'.Vi
'"uu. It.lt 141 1I2'4 llllfe 1I2H
l'ailllc Mail .v II 41 13
Heading 1'4 l!i 11114 ;
Jtiadlng, I'r U'lU 01 03 u'lti
hmithirn It. It 17 17 10 17U
Southern It. It., I'r .... dlij (l i,',il (Ay
Telin. C. ti lion 71 7H4 71 7111
U. S. Leatliu- 14 llli I3?i 13,t
U. S. Leather, I'r 7314 73Ti 75 73V,
U, K. llubber 2Th 20TA 2S !)U
Union l'aclllu 72 72 7114 V'L
Union I'aclue, IT 8H4 S2 Sl4 b?i
Wabash, I'r 20ft 20TJ S0T4 MTt
Western Unlci ,,, si si 81 SI
NllW YDIIK I'HOUlICi: EXCHANGE 1'KICKS.
Open- High. Low cios.
WlllkVI', ing. est. est. nf.
Ileciinbir TfiVi 70 7il"4 7rt
"ay TD 70 70J4 70
Dceeinbir ll!i 41'A 43 43T4
ilay 42 Vj 4214
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Far of 100.
STOCKS. Did. Asked.
Pint National Hank ,.,,, ,,
Scranton Savingn Ujnk ,,.,,,,,,,,
Scranton Tacking Co. ,..,.,,,,,,.,
Third National bank ,,,
Olmo Deposit and Discount Dank ..
Kionomy Light, II, 4: I', Co. ,.,,,,
Laeka. Trust Salo Dcpwit Co, ,,,,
Scranton I'alnt Co
CUrk & Snover Co., Pr. ,,,. 126
rcranvoii iron pence tt nig, 10, ,,,
Scranton Axle Worts ...,,,.,,,,,,
Lackawanna Dairy Co., I'r ,.
County Saving Uank ft Trust Co.,,
First National Uank (Cirbondala) , ,
Standard Drilling Co. ,,,,,,,.,.,.,,
TrdiV National Bank ..,....,,.,,
Scranton Bolt and Nut Co .,.,.,,,.
Scranton Piawnger Railway, first
iiorbjugt, diw im ,,,.,..,,,.,,,, m
Ptopl' Mreel tullwv. Brit mort
Biie, due IBIS ....... .... .......
People1! filrMt Railway, Ocnetal
tnortgtirti due 1W1 ...... ......
Dickson MtnufaeturlriK CO. ........
fjeka. Townhlp School S per cent.
City et Bcranton St, Imp. a per
cent. . ... . ........ . .... . ... i .. .
Bcranton Traction A per cent. . ....
Scranton Wholesale Market,
(Corrected bjr I!. O. Dale, 27 Lackawanna Ava.)
Ilutlcr Crcarncrj'i 23ai!tc. dairy tubs, 23c.
Kirgt Select weatem, 17c. nearby state, 19e.
Cheese Full cream, new, 1154c
Hearts Per bu,, cholco marrow, 12.40; medium,
I2..10) pea, $2,30.
Onions 00c. per bu.
Flour Best patent, 14.00.
Philadelphia Grain and Produce.
Philadelphia, Nov. !M. Wlient-Steadyi con
tract grade, November, TUs-iilfto. Corn Finn
No. 2 mixed, November, 4 !-Jii40c!. Oatu I'll m
No. 2 white clipped, i!i)!4a2i)ir- Hutlcr Dull
and caMcr) lancy western i reamer)-, 2.V.! do.
state, 23c. L'ltirt Steady i ficsli lieuruy, 27c; U.
western, 20c.; do. eoutlinctlcm, 23c; do. south
ern, !4c. Cheese Finn; New York full crcsiui
fancy small, ltVic; do. do. fair to choice, lOVta
lie. Ikllncd Sugars Un&rttk'd. Cotton Vn
changed. Tallow Stc idy ; clly prime, in lios
heads, 4ic. ; countiy do., barrels, 4'.4ali;
lakes, 6Hc I.Uo Poultry Quiet; Cowls, ratio. ;
roosters, do.; spring chtikciu, RiOc. ; ducks, i)c. ;
turkejs and gftw, lUlOv. Dressed' Poultry
Dull, unsettled; (owls, oiholcc, Uial0e,; do.
fair to good, S'.iaOc. ! old rooittrs, 7c; niarby
i-pring chickens, 10al2c; western do., Uallc. ;
ucstern choice to fancy, 10al2u.; nearby do., 11a
li!c. ; western ducks, Oaltci' nearby do., 10nl2.
ltecclpts Flour, a.lWO barrels and 1,007,000
Iwunds In sacks; wheat, II.OX) bashcls; corn,
W.WW bushels; oats, 0,000 liuslicls. Shipment
Wheat, 60,000 bushels; corn, 235,000 bushels;
oats, 10,000 bushels.
New York Grain and Produce.
New York, Nov. 23. Flour Steady uitli bust,
ness checked by tho holiday and irregularity ot
wheat. Wheat Spot easy; No. 2 red, 77c f.
o. I), afloat; idijc. eIcutor; No. 1 northern
Duluth, 82c. f. o. b. afloat ; options -opened
steady and throughout the forenoon were well
supported. Later prices weakened sharply, fol
lowed by a lliul rally and closed the market
steady at unchanged prices; May closed Tftc;
November, "OHc. ; December, 70-Tc Corn Spot
weaker; No. 2, 47c. elevator and 40?ic f. o. b.
olloat; options drilled unreadily, cloied weak
at a decline; May closed 42V4c; December, 43?e.
Vats Spot steady; No. 2 20H&; No. 3, 20c; No.
2 white, 2014c.; No. 3 white, 2Sic; traik mixed
western. 2fla27Hc; track white,' 2SVia34c. ; op
tions slow and easy with corn. Hutu r Firm ;
creamery, ISaSJc; factory, 12alCc; June cream
cry, 18a23c; imitation creamery, loalOe. ; stato
dairy, lCa2,;e. Chece Steady; large September,
lOftullc; small September, lliillVic. ; large late
made, lO'.inlO'.ic ; snnll Lite made, lOftc. Hggs
Strong; state and Pinnsylvjiil.i. 2Ja2sc.j west
ern, 20a22c; western, loss off, 27c
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, Nov. 23. November corn clo-cd Oc
loner today on the withdrawal o( Phillips sup
port. December closed ',4c down. Wheat closed
'.Unite, oats He. ard provisions 5a7',4o to liVic
depressed. C.nh isolations were in follows.:
Flour Dull and No. 3 spilng. wheat, 7oa7fc.;
No. 2 corn, 41u41l&c; No. 2 rye, 47u4l)c. ; No. 1
flax, $1.(13; No. 1 northwest, S1.0G; pork, 811.1214
all.25; lard, $fl.S.1a.05; rilo. 8rt.G0jC.75; should,
crs, 5TiaO'ac; sides,, feftOTiKUO.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
Chicago, Nov. 2S. Cuttle Itcceipis. 22.000;
choice stocrs about sternly, but stock weak to
10c. lower; Texiuih, 3c. lower; natives, best on
sale today, one carload cxtrasat ifO; good to
prime steers, ijv.::0:ij.S.i; ioor to medium, $4a
6.20; mixed stockcrs, lOaloc. lower, ?2.23a3.50;
cons, S2.00a4.23; heifers, if2.C0a4.tiO; canners,
shade loner, $2.50al.lO; calves, steady, $l.50a
C.50. Texans, ieceipt, COO; belt on sale today.
14 carloads nt ?3.fc5; Texas fed steers, sJiat.sO;
do.cx.isscri', $3.3014.10; do. bulls, ?J.50a,l.25. IIoe;i
lkcelpts, 43,0(W; tomorrow, 33,000; left over,
fl.OOO: orencd weal;, dosed fie. lower: ton. $1.95:
I mixed and butchers, $4.G5al.O.'i; good to choice
HllAru ttll.1 I.UIUIIL'IS. ?IiIMIiU.I
lcavy w.asaj.noit; ,0UBi, heaTy, 4.50a4.70;
light, 34.C3a4.n3; bulk of sales. i".bV&.
Sheep-Receipts, 15,000; sheep and lamb', good
to choice steady; good to choice wethers, if la
4.33; fair to choice mixed, S.I.(i."u3.P3; wcitern
sheeep, sl.i4.2.5: Texas sheep, 2.u.t3..'M: native
Iambs, $J.50j5.10; western lanilis, $l,i3.13.
New York Live Stock.
New Yolk, Nov. 23. Beeves Market active;
steers and cows steady to n shade higher; bull,
unchaniied; steers, if-l.10.i5.30; oen and stags,
M.23O3.00; bulls .i3.23; extra fat do., SI.00.1
4.10; cows, $1.20.13.00; fat western tows, iM.O0a
3.S,)j stotlter, J2.s5. Calves Market active;
Mills Ann to 23c. higher; Krnssers, steady; veals,
4..r)0.i8..l)0; little calves, $3.30.il; (Trailers $i.23a
2.73; yearliiiRfl, $2a2.50; mixed ami fed calves, $3
n-l.tii'... Sheep Strady; Iambs, 10al3e. hisher;
hcep, ?2.i.t.0; choice do., 4; culls, 'JI.30.il.73;
lomlw, $18.104.22.168.1; culls $22.214.171.124; Canaua l.milv,,
$3.C0.i5.c5. Hogs Steady for .ill weights; pi(f,
East Liberty Stock Market.
i:.'it Liberty. Nov. 2S. Cattle Slow; extra,
$3.40.15 00; prime, $.ja5.25; common, 53.t3.50.
IIors Active; prime mediums and heavy h"rs,
j.l5.ii.20; b.stt Yorkers, J.Uia!.10; piyR, AJs'i.ltl;
Ioug!i, $J.,"0.i4.70. Shi bi Steady, choice wrth-
iough, J.,U.i4. 70. Shi c Steady , cliulre wrtli
,.rs, s3.Mi.it; common, si.50.i2.50; ih"ice lamb
common to good, $J.50al.5;'VeJl calves.
Oil City, Nor, 28. Ciedit balance, si. 07; ier
tiPcates il.-weil S1.10i,4 bid; shipments, 127,250
barrels; avciune, 10i),313 barrels; runs, 120,373
barrels; average, 01,451 barrels.
485 to 45S
N. Ninth Street,
Telephone Call, 2333.
These Game Boards have Unlet for 60 Came including
CBOKINOl'- '" fOIM GAMES
Florey & Brooks, 21 1 wltl"a
It is impossible to get more
for your money than vre give
Others may offer lower
prices but they give you
much iuferior work.
Some give good work, but
Our facilities are the best,
our work the best and our
prices the lowest.
W. J. DAVIS,
213 Wyoming Ave.
THIRD NATIONAL BAM
ORGANIZED 13? Z
THE UNITED STATES.
WM. CONNELL, PreiUsat.
HENRY Br-LI.N. Jr., Vlce-Prci.
WILLIAM H. PECK. Caililtr.
Special attention given to Dual
neas uccorntn. Three per cent, in.
tercet pat on interest deposits.
SIC POWDER CO.
Booms 1 and2, Com'lth Q'i'a'j.
flining and Blasting
MeaUovt ilooalo and Rash IsUe Works.
LAPLIN ft RAND POWDBR CO.'S
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Hretrlo Batteries. Elaotrla tSzplalsrt,
zplodln blsuitt, Safety Fusejjl
Repauno Chemical Co.'s
Fbysiclan and SurAeoi
311 Sprusi St.
Itmp.ti uuu bullaiug
All scute and chronic dlseasti ot men, no
men and children. CIIHON'IO Ni:itVOU3.
BKAIN AND WASTING UlStiASES A Sl'KC
IALTV. All disease ol tho Liver, Kidneys,
Bladder. Skin, Ulood. Nerves, Womb, Eye, Kar,
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larger and greater this year than ever before. There is no need
for us to elaborate on this book sale. The public knows too
well of the merits of the books we offer to require any argu
ment on our part. The public has grown to look upon Conj
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sists of 255 titles as follows:
Atibot, The Seott
Adam licilc Kllot
At,'e of F.ible llullllnch
Alice lluhv er
Alice in Wonderland Carroll
All Ahoaid Oliver Optic
All SorU and Conditions of Men,
F.esjnt and Rice
Anderson's K.iiry Talcs
Ant Iquary Scott
Arundel Motto Mary Cecil Hay
Autocrat ot the Breakfast Table,
Oliver Wendell Holmes
A Week on the Corcord and Merrlmac
Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush ..fan Maclaren
Black Tulip, The Alexandre Dumas
Boat Club, The Oliver Optic
Bonnie l'rincc Chat lie (J. A. Heuty
Boy Hunters, The Mayne Reed
Boy Shires, The Majno Reed
Boy Tar, The Maync Reed
Braccbrldse Hall Irving-
Bride n Lainmcrmoor Scott
llr.i ant's l'octtcal Works
By Order ut the Kinpr Hugo
By I'ike and Dyke. A Tale of the Rise
of the Dutch Republic . ...G. A. Hcnty
By Right of Conquest Ilcnty
California and Oregon Trail,
Charles O'Malley Lever
Children of tho Abbey Roche
Child's History of Kngland Dickens
Christmas Stories Dickens
Chronicles of the Schonbcrg-Cotta Family,
Cloister and the Hearth Charles Rcade
Confession of an English Opium-Katcr,
Conquest ot Peru Prescott
Corinnc Madame da Stael
Countess Sarah Ohnet
Count of Monte CrUto Dumas
Courting ot Dinah Snadd Kipling
Cranford Mrs. Gaskcll
Cruclfliion of Philip Strong,
Charles M. Sheldon
Daniel DcromU Eliot
Data of Kthics Spcnctr
David Coppcrfield Dickens
Deemster Hall Cainc
Descent of Man Darwin
Doinbey li Son Dickens
Don Quixote Cervantes
Dora Dcane Mary J. Holmes
Dragon and the Raven; or, the Dajs of
Eighth Crusade, The ..,
Tair Maid of Path ....
I'airy Land of Science
I'ur from the Maddening Crowd Hardy
l'elix Holt Eliot
Fifteen Decisive Battles E. S. Cieaasy
Final Reckoning. A Talo of Bush Life
In Australia U. A. Henty
Finn of (lirdlestonu , Dojle
First Violin Jessie Fotherglll
Footprints of the Creator ....Hugh Miller
Foul I'lay Charles Kcadc
1'rcdcilck the Great and Ills Court,
arimm's Fairy Tales
Holy Roman Empire
Heart of Midlothian
History of a Crime
Homestead on the Hillside
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House of the Wolf ....Stanley J. Wcynian
Howadji tn Syria George W. Curtis
Humphrey Clinker Smollct
Hunchback of Notre Dame Hugo
Hypatla Charles Kingsley
Hyperion . . . . Longfellow
Inez, a Talc of the Alamo,
Augusta J. Evans
In Freedom's Came. A Talc of Wallace
and Bruce U. A. Henty
In His Steps Charles M. Sheldon
Intellectual Life Hamerton
In the Golden Days Lyall
Island, The; or, an Adventure of a'Per-
son of Quality R. Whitelng
It U Never too Late to Mend Charles Rcade
Jack Archer, A Talc of the Crimea,
G. A. Hcnty
Jane Kjre Bronte
John Halifax Muloclc
King's Stratagim, The ..Stanley .1. Wcynian
Kipling's Barrack-Koom Ballads and Poems.
Knight Errant Edna Lyall
Koran of Mohammed
Last Days of Pompeii Bulwer
Last of the Mohicans Cooper
Legends of the Province House,
Lena Rivers Mary .1. Holmes
Les Miserables llii','t?
Life of Christ Panar
Life of Christ Geikie
Lion of the North. A Tale ot Gust.iv us
Adqlphus G. A. Henty
Longfellow's Poetical Works
Lorna Doonc Blackmorc
Maggie Miller r Miry J. Holmes
Man in Black Stanley J. Wc.vmin
Martins of Cro' Martin Lever
Meadow Brook Maiy J. Ilolmej
MIcah Clarke A. Conan Doylo
Mill on the Floss Eliot
Mine Own People and Other Stories,
Minister's Wooing, The
lLurii't IVjjher Stcvve
Molly Bawn 'Clio Ihirhejj
Mosses from an Old Manse Hawthorn
My Friend the Murderer ...,A. Conan Doyle
Mysteries of Napoleon's Court Zola
Mysteries of Paris Eugeivi Hue
Mysterious Island Verno
Napoleon und His M.usluN ,,
Natural Law in the Splrltu.il
Miss M. E. llraiMun
Now or Never
Octoroon, The ,
Old Curiosity Shop ...
Old Mam'sellc's Secret
Old Red Sandstone
Only the Governess ...
Orange and Green ....
,G. A. Unity
Origin of Species Daivvin
Other Worlds Than Ours Proctor
Out in the Pampas !. . Henty
Palmer Coxc's Brownie Book
Phantom Rickshaw ...Kipling
Pilgrim' Progress Bunyan
Pilot, The Cooper
Pl.lto on the Immortality of the Sou! ....
Pleasures of Life Sir John Lublmck
Plutarch's Lives '.... .
Poe's Prusc Tales
Poor and Proud Oliver Optic
Potlpliar Pape! Geoige W, Curtis
Prince ot the House of David,
Rev, Prof. J. II. Ingraham
Professor at tho Breakfast Table,
Oliver Wendell Hr.hr.es
Pnio and I George William Curtis
Put Vouisclf in His Place ... .Charles Rcade
Quceeliy Elizabeth Wetherell
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Representative Men Emerson
rfille itangers Mayns Rcid
Robert Hardy's Seven Days,
Charles M. Sheldon
Robinson Crusoe Defoe
Rogue's Life, A Wilkte Collins
Rowland Casliel Lever
Romance of Two Worlds Corellt
ltomolo George Eliot
Samantha at Saratoga Marietta Holley
Scalp Hunters Mayns Reid
Scarlet Letter Hawthorne
Scottish Chiefs Porter
Sesame and Lilies John Ruskln
Shadows of a Crime Caina
She's All the World to Me Hall Caine
Silence of Dean Maltland ..Maxwell Gray
Single Heart and Double Face,
Mngulaily Deluded Sarah Grand
Sketch Book Washington Irving
Soldiers Three and Plain Talcs from the
Song of Miriam, Tho Marie Corellt
Spy, The Cooper
Stickit Minister S. R. Crockett
Story of an African Farm ..Olivo Schieii'.er
Swiss Family Robinson
Taint's English Literature
Taking Manila; or, In the Philippines
with Dewey H. William
Talc of Two Cities Dickens
Talcs from Shakespcaro Lamb
Tanglevvood Talcs Hawtlimno
Tempest and Sunshine Mary J. Holmes
Ten Nights in a Bar-Room ....T. S. Arthur
Ten Thousand a Year Warren
Testimony of the Rocks Hugh Miller
Thaddeus of Wm saw Poitcr
The Light that Failed Kipling
The Sou Paul Bourgct
Thorns and Orange Blossoms,
Charlotte M. Braems
Three Guardsmen Dumas
Three Men in a Boat Jcromo J. Jerome
Through thu Fray. A Story of tho Lud-
dlte lllots G. A. Hcnty
Tluough the Looking Glass, and What
Alice Found Thcro Carroll
Toilets of the Sea Hugo
Tom Brown at Oxford Hughes
Tom Brown's School Days Hughes
Treasure! Island Stevcnsoa
'lniu to the Old Flag Hcnty -
Try Again Oliver Optic
Twenty Years After Dumas
Twite-Told Tales Havvthorno
Two Admirals Cooper
Vncle Tom's Cabin ...Harriet Beecher Stovva
Under Drake's Flag
Under Two Flags ....
Very Hard Cash ....
Wandering .Itw Eugcna Su
Washington and Ills Generals Headlcy
Water Witch Cooper
We Too LyU
White Company, The A. Conan Doyle
Whittlei's Poetical Works
Wide, Wide World Elizabeth Wctherrtt
Widow Bedott Papers Whitens
Willie lieilly William Carletoa
Wing and Wing Cooper
Willi Lee In Virginia Henty
With Wolfe in Canada Hcnty
Wooing O't Mrs. Alexander
Won by Waiting LyaM
Young Buglers, The. A Talo of the
Pciiliisulir War O. A. Hcnty
Young Colonists, The. A Tale of tho
Zulu and Boir Wars 0. A. Hcnty
Young rranc-Tireurs. A Talo of tho
Franco-Prussian War G. A. Henty
Young Voyagers, The;, or tho Boy Hunt-
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