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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1901.
NEWS OF THE
TROMOTION FOB MASTER ME
l OHANIC DAVID BllOWN.
Has Been Mftdo Assistant Superin
tendent of Motlvo Power and A. O.
Elvin of the Grand TruriTt Has Sc
uccded Him ns Master Mechanic.
Tho D., L. & W. Board for Today.
Construction Worlc That Is Being
Done in tho Lackawanna Car Shops
in This City.
ThivM T5rovji. (hc"ulI-hnown nina
tor mechanic of tlie.Lackiiwannn ull
ronil. wns yoitonlay promotiul to iho
resiirmsllilci vm.-ltlon of Hnrlxlnnl ku
liptlntcnilent of motive power nmr inn
rhlncrw vhlrli 'pliii'c- lilm next lo
SiipirliiteinWit T. rf.' J.loyd In the mo
tive power tli'pm'tmfiit. The appoint
ment tome to Jlr. Hi own as n well
moiltccl pioincillon, nfter many limit
jonr of KCj-vleV In the nmitmny.
Hi' h:i lieeii'" lileiitlllol with tli"
Th'luwiuo. I.aiknw.inn.i unci Wmlc-in
Intercuts cvm' hIimv ho wus 11 hoy, anil
lin Jieen on" of iln mint valn.ililo
ami Ih-1 posti-d men silontr merlin nl-i-.il
lines in Ihe f-nlco. Tilt duties
of his new V)Mtlon will tint lie m
millions a- lhoT .il tlif mn-iei me.
The apiiolntiiifiu ii proiiitlluuieil
In the following rheulnr l"Ucd funn
the otllee of tin- ftlpuilnlelidenl of mo
tive power and mnehliU'iy
. 4irmiii n, I' i . Inn. I"-. I'iii
Mr D.imiI llinnii l lliln ili.i iiin'iiliil n-'li-Ant
.ii.i iliili ii'Kiil i,t tuellif i." .ni'l nuil.ln
rj f IliN iiilllvllll nltll oHiiv, ill "TUItnil, I'.i.
r. S. I.ionl.
NiKilnlPtiiliiit cit l I. .mil I
Vnpiinl: . II liitci'.ilt. l'ioid lit.
.Mr. Crown will he sun ceded hy Air.
(!. i:iln,who (oiues frem the Cniml
Tiunk latlway. Kur a numlitriif yean
Air. Khln wan .wli'timl niaxler ear
imllder ol tlii Chef.iptaUe and Ohio
i.iltro.td. with lie.uloii.ii tem ul lluiil
innton. V. Vu and Is the cele lion of
Supei Inti'iident T. S. I.loyd, who wan
aim -vlth the Chcfi.ipf.iki and Ohio
ptlnr in his comlnir to Seianton. Ills
nppiiliitmcnt Is made in the following
' n ul 11 .
"luntnti, li , .1,111 l"i. I'fll.
Wi. . (!. I.lvm l Mil Ij. ,iiiiiniiiil iiij-lcr
111I1 mli of tin- -ii.inton ilhi-lmi el Mil' cum
lorn, tillli nffl'o .il c riiiit.oi, l.i., mm Mi P.
Iliovin, piuiiintrit T. S Until,
iiKi intend' in ..I 1 1. dnil M
.n.iri II. TiiiimIiK I'io.IiI. lit
Air. Kliin will asHiime the duties -if
his now position duiliiR the pievnt
w e. K.
Aiound the Shops.
Suiieilntendeiit Cl.nke'y new pilvate
nil, whli h Is now beliiR lmlll nt tho
av shops', will he eompleti d the lat
ter pint of the month.
Illds have heen Invited hv tho
l.aekawanna i.illro.id for elslit flrit
1 lass liio.id-M'stlhuled, hlRh-badtcd
sleel-platfonncd. Kmplio-decked, m.i-liOK.my-tlnUlieil
anil Feven first dans, oak-llntsheU noli
vevtlhuled eais, which will he put 'n
.ervhe diiiinpr the I'lin-Anieilcan cx
poMtlou. Two twenty-llve-hoise-power elc
tile motion for driving the maehinory
in tho new- cabinet sdiop.s have bien
int lulled by AInster V.r Builder Can
lield, and a. ikvv panel planet for tahl
net woik has also been added to the
Two new water cats for the llieat
I Scar Kprlncr Car company were eoiu
)lcted at the l.aekawanna shops last
week anil Immediately put In service.
They will he ii-ed between Oswego .ind
new snow (I.iiibci Is behiK built
at the ear shops, which will bo used to
Kep the nth ti 'o from snow.
.Master lMlnter nenj,imln .Miller Is
In Xew Voik on huslnesn luf iho com
1 an v.
Hie huiidl.-d low muMtut Hon Hat
I irs uro belllf,' built lit the shops lill'J
ill he ready tot dtlhoiy tlte latter
patt of I'ebruaiy.
A new snow plow is also In coutse
l tons-ttuctlon and will probably be
le.nly fol ..civiie b.-ifoie It Is needed
, Boaid for Today.
Today's U T.. .t V. boaid Is as fol
MuiuUy, .l.inii.111 II
wii.n cc. iiASr.
i 111. M. I, IIiiiiiIlmii.
I" p. m.-C. Slun-lov.
II i. 111. , I'. Mullm.
' "'1 .1 n lolin I'oilf II11
.1 in II lll,-illlil
I 111 Inllll suJrt
1. ill - 1'. Vliponnill. "ilh ( ji.11, iui;ir inni,
j. 111 I. II, Jhtcn. villi .1. (iilugaii'ii incii.
.1 m II. Ufinirii.
Lives only in the proem Nature throws
a glamor ami' ml voittli and maiden, so
that although thev saw inisety and mar
nagc walking hand 111 hand in every
home in the world tltev would fondlv
1 believe tint thev
could marry and
should be taught
to prepare for mar
riage They should
understand how to
through the func
tional changes of
Prescription is the
most eftectUe med
icine for the pre
servation of wom
anly health and the
cure of womanly
diseases. It regu
lates the nericxK
drains, heals in
cures female weak
ness. It prepares
the womanly or
ganism for maternity and makes the
oirth hour prtctically painless.
"Favorite Prescription" contains no
alcohol, neithor opium, cocaine, uor
"My wife wb afflicted with uterine trouble
for neccral earn," write Mr. J.C. Day, of Little
Tlrltaln, I.tiirjatcr Co., Pa., "anil hi November,
its tin doctor tm he had a. tnlncarrloge, He
United lier for about tiro months or o, but
there wi tint tittle Improvement. I wrote you
Mler lie hail commenced to take ' Favorite Pre
fcrlptlon'aud vou told us to get ' Golden Med
ical Ulsccnery' ,iltu. tilie look aix or Mven
tiottlei. of ' Kivorit- Prescript Ion ' and two of
il'ildcn Medical I)lcoverV and Rot out of bed
ami -hie tu .c.innl to tier handhold work."
Dr. t'k-rec's Pleasant Pellets cure bili-
ti m. r. ftllllgjn,
10..10 a, m. J. A. Miiih.
11.20 . m-.l. (Ictrlt).
1 p. m. M. Cirmody.
2 p. 111. M. Imliniy.
3.45 p. m. T. McCrthr
4.15 p. in. P. D. Fceor,
" 11 rn., cut I. MoltT.
ft a, in., Mt-0. rrounMkrr,
0 a. m vvcil-W. II. M1I10K
12 o'clock noon. v,rt J. tarrlKS.
h p. m , ojit-ll. Clllllijan.
T p. in., imt from Cju;--Mfi.ii'.
7 p. rn.. vttt from Cajiiea Olnlcr.
p. 111 , Mt Iioni Aiiy Aiir E. Inf1.
10 a, m. I'. I'. Sfcor.
8 a. in -Iloii-zr.
ll.i.0 1. rn. Morn
7 p. in. Murpbjr.
0 p. m Limplnc.
7 a, m. (bftn'r.
7 1, ni. Sinner.
."..10 p. m.l"ljiilon.
7 1 1. in Vacuum,
WILD CO. WKiT.
4 n. 111, I!. V, lUllrll.
. a. in. (I. Mull.
n 11 in. c. iidioii
s 11. in. -.1. llitcr.
11 11 in. 1. .1. O'IIji.i.
1 1 1. in,- lliinrnlj.
4 in t I!. .Mj.'tcn
This and Thnt.
II . KIltURley, of St. bonis, AIo
xpi'ilnl anont of tln Wabash railroad,
called 011 Lackawanna railroad ofll
(ieneial Siipurintendeiit T. 12, Clarlte,
of the l.ncknwnnim inilroitd, who hart
been in Buffalo, X. Y for several
lavs, is uNpected home today.
.Inhn II. Xoouan, a conductor on th'j
Buffalo division of the Lackawnni 1
r.illioad Is In the oily orpanlzlnir u
class lot air brake IiihIi notion nniotiB
.Master Cat thillder I.. T. Canlleld,
of the Lackawanna inllioad, went to
New York lat nlRht and will be ah
sent fiom the clly several days Ills
chief deili, xtr. .Martin, Is surferlns:
from Hie grip.
I.iirUawnnna inllioad conductors
have been notllled that under no eli-
cttmstances win they set off nt
(lOiildshoto or any other point, lined
potato cats. They must be tnkn
tliioiiKh to destination as billed
HORSE DROPPED INTO A SEWER
Gieat Difficulties Encountered In Get
ting It Out.
While n team of hot pes owned bv
Alason & Pnowden, lumber dealets, -was
st.indlnK on Wood street, early .Satur
day nioinliiK, the dtlver wns bonified
to see the 1 ear less of one of the ani
mals suddenly drop UnouKli what a
"ii'iiiniit befoie appealed to he solid
toadwi.j. Tiip house was unable to e
tticate its rear legst anil gradually the
In this iiosltiun, almost peipendicu
lar. the animal contlmted to descend
until the sewer. tpral feet liplow, wns
leached. Then it turned over and fell
upon Its side. The descent had been
as gradual and easy an If loweted hv
derricks fiom a I101.se ship, and not so
much as a hair was injured.
The itiicstloii now was how 10 res
cue the 1111I111.1I from Its remarkable
situation. Uieat care had to be exer
cised not to distill b the sitrrnundliiK
earth, whiciv would have caved In.
causing the stnotlivilnt? of the quad
luped. It was found Impracticable to
t'lff up a denlck and raise the lioise
tlirouph the aperture by which It had
descended, because that opening, due
to the Itmlcht attitude assumed In
slnklnir, was not greater titan tour
After nuzzlltiB oier the enigma lor
some time, and after various encliieer-ln-
teats had been leconimended by
the awe-stikken rrowd, some one con
ceived the id'M of diajTKiiiK the lioise
down the sewer to the 1-iuknwannii
llvei, a half block .ivu..
AccordlnKly the stones and othet Im
pediments, Judfi-cd lobe injuilotu- to the
hide ot the animal In sliding nlons the
sewer basin, weie earetully removed.
Hopes v.eie fastened aiound the mil
mal by men In liihher boots. Then
with a long pull and a steady pull Hie
helpless animal was started on Its re
matkable slide to the river, wiiete nun
and beast triuiuphantlj made an exit,
to the prolonged cheets of the multi
tude. The hm.se got upon its legs, lather
stirr fiom lying in the water In an un
natural postuie so long, but otheiwlse
practically uninjured, excepting one or
two abrasions of the skin
Peisonally-Conducted Tour via Penn
ine mat Jacksonville tour of ihe i
season via the Pennsylvania i.illro.id. '
allow Inn two weeks In Flotilla, leaves
Neiv Voik, Philadelphia, and Wash
ington by special train I'Vbruaiy :..
exclusion tickets. Including iallwav
transportation. Pullman nocnnunmin.
'tlotis (one bcithj. and meals en tome
in both dlieitlons while tiavellng on
the special tinlu. will be sold at the
following 1 ales New York. $'0,000:
Hiilfnlo, jr.l.L'.": HocheMci, $.14.00; Kl
mlr.i. Jll.t": Kile, $.n.M; Wllllomspnrt.
$10.00. Wllkes-Baue, $50,31; and utpro
portlonuK rut oh from other points,
Km tickets, itini't ailes, and full ln
foi niatlon iiiply to ticket agents; B,
P. Fiascr, Patsenger Agent Bittfalo
DIstitct. ,)07 Alain stieet, Klllcott
Sqit.ne Buffalo. X. V., V. P.ilnuitefr,
I'lty Ticket Agent. JO State stieet. cor
ner I'oiluthl.iu, Itocliestot, X. Y.. K,
S. Hnitar. Division Ticket Agent,
IVllllamspoit, V.x or addiess Ueotge
Boyd. Assistant Ceiicinl Passenger
Agent. Btond stteo1 station, Philadel
phia. Supeiloi Seivice via Lackawanna
hi planning a business m pleasure
trip one of the most essential leatures
in ronsidei Is the lottto that "gets you
theie," In tho shortest spaco of time,
fewest changes 01 cars, least annoy
ance bv dust 'ind smoke, pel feet road
lied, best equipment of coaches, dining
cats, Pullman sleeping and parlor car.i
of the Highest possible standatd of ex
cellence that modien Ingenuity ran de
vise, such as artorded you by tho
Lackawanna raihoad. Through Pull
man sleeping cars and coaches to
Chicago and St. Louis dally. Twenty
four bout? to St. Louis, tvvtnty-oiio
hours to Chicago, without olnngo of
cars; eighty-seven hours lo C'alltornla.
with only one chnngc of cms, and
twenty-six hours to Jacksonville, Fla.
Tho very lowest intes of faio to all
points. Apply to tho nearest T , L.
und V ticket agent, either In peison,
by telephone or by letter, und you v.-lli
receive prompt attention ond com-,
An experiment farm 14 la lie slailnl ''00 mil en
from Manila by Ihe United Matt Philippine
coininUelon (or the purpoo of uscrrtalnlni; what
weda uiiil jilant) fiori thli country ran Go tuc
ceitlully lulthatcd on the Vir IUtem lilaii'U,
Tho Piihertlty o( California will rnl (mm lta
experiment etllonn the icqulred ntdJ und pla'iti.
WHAT COMBINING TROCESS
WILL DO FOR SCRANTON.
Will Cause Many Men Who Hold
Important Positions Here to Bo
Dispensed with Entirely or Taken
to the Head Ofllces of the Compa
nies Centralization Will Take
Much of the Office Work of the
Companies from Scranton ruturc
of the Cool Business.
Tlieie Is much speculation as to the
probable local effects of the gieat an
thracite and railwaycomhlnatlons. The
changes have tecently been ho inpU
and so momentous that they make,
the head whirl. A gentleman pioml
nently connected with one of the mil
lodds which has been a hiavy fac
tor In the ttansformatlon scenes ot
tho past few weeks, temaiked tho
other day: "I'vcij morning wc get tip
wondering whom we are wot king for
today. We can't pretend to keep Hack
of the changes. Tltev ate simply
Porno of these big dels lur.e been
accomplished In on Incredibly brief
space of time. Lot ally, the sale of
the Alount Pleasunt colliery, fiom
stait lo Mulsh, rcall occupied but 11
few minutes. The nwncts when fltb
appioachcd had no mote idea of sell
ing their mines than of selllni; their
In the case of the Conltal Ualltond
of Now Jersey, Ptesident Alaxwell hut
a day ot two befote sold a quantity
of prefcired stock In tho Heading, m
utteily unionsclotis was ho that the
deal was pending. I'eiltaps Piosldcnt
Alacwell was not a cry wiatliful man,
but those who know him best are not
prep.ued lo give a certiorate of amia
bility of temper posesssed by that gen
tleman for the past ten days, lie had
been dining with Alt. Baker, of tho
I'lle, and other well-known railroad
men, dally at the Lawyers' club, but
had not the remotest notion of such
a change in his pilnelpalllles and pow
ers The loss he sustained through
unloading his Heading stock was con
siderable, us Heading went upward
Immediately after the sale.
In the mmored negotiations with
which the Delaware and Hudson com
pany Is connected, those most con
cerned nppaiently know as little of the
piobable fate of their holdings ni of
a copper mine In Alontam. Plot pom
Alorgan does not seem to be taking
the public, even the infinitesimal por
tion or It which lias happened to en
teitnln the delusion that It contiolled
Trunk lines, nto his confidence Any
morning he mav set lorth to buy .1
railroad which not a soul among the
owners thereof have the icmotcst Ide.i
The Delnwni" and Hudson stock
reached "Oil In war times, since when
It has been near Ps present status. It
Is stated that the stock will go much
higher befoie It stops.
Todav the flist of the Important
changes uricctltis th Pennsylvania
coal company will take place In tho
transfer to the Kile. Just what local
metamorphosis will lesult Is as yet
undlvulged. It Is sal, to even those
supposed to be most Intel csted. Per
"latent rumors ate slill extant tint
the Smith legime will be lesumed.
It Is declined by those In a position
to know, that the mighty consolida
tion of coal and railway Interests io
going to have an effect on this city de
cidedly unexpected by the tnajoilty of
people to whom the ptosperlty ol this
legion Is a. mutter of vital Importance.
The gieat combinations will tesult In
the centiallzatlon of olllelal and clett
cal fotces In New Yoik, thus abolish
ing many local positions, now held. For
instance, one large company has nl
leady mnteilally alteted Its bookkeep
Cares and worries of life
are often too mnoh for
tho delicate nerve organ
ism. Headaches conic dis
truotingjpoai'edeMroying lieuditches. But there's
S00U10 and strengthen
tho irritated norves
take ttway t lie headacho al
most before you know it.
No stupefying, deadening drugs.
Nothing that can a fleet the heart.
At all DriiK Stores.
4 doses 10 cents.
Curo Win re
A Skin of Beauty la a Joy Forover.
Dn. t. PEI.IX r.oriiAUli-s miiFNTAi
C'llKAM. UU MACilCAL UKAUllFIEJt.
e all a TtniAa Tn IHmnli
Ramon Ttn, rimrlM, rncklaa,
sh'im ),.., iinii una OKia
dlitucj. ud crerjr blcmUh os
23S e j
"aiy, uia aun
tfrurilan. II ku
(luua u MO M M
Jmii, ud 1
hirniln, tut M
tn b mir It It proi
exly tottl. Acctpt
uo counterfeit of
Imlloxuune. Dr. I
A. fiajr aild to av
ladr ot tha bauVtom
a iiaiientii -ai 70m
tales will me them.
I recommend 'Oour
aud t Crtam ' aa tb
lettt bermfol of all
the SUn prtptr.
llont " Ker aIe bT
all Draraleta ana
FamJT-Oo1 Dealera lo the H, S, Canacat, and Kan,
run. T. BorXIKS. rnp'r, n Ore Jes , K.T.
LITTLE LIVER PILL
ISold by all drugftst
Jor.tm ay man.
Ncn lis Medical Co., Chlcj;
dold by McGarrah k Tliomu. DniL'iiti. ZOO
I LatLiuanna atcnue, bcranton, l'a.
nmsr zx m r.v)
'i2S3 St' Jf BC7
y yk Kdpy aft) I' 1
tilll JIl flKl
ing system, and much of the work
hitherto done In Scranton has been
taken to tho general ofllces.
TO CUT KXPKNSKS.
Several positions hcrctofme com
manding fancy salaries will be dis
covered n no longer Oiling a long-felt
want anil will he abandoned ir ie
solved Into mere clerkships. Theie will
bo a consolidation of duties hitherto
divided among several superintend
ents, thus cutting off another material
source of expense.
Ah to the future of the coal 'business
In this legion, a prominent citizen
closely In touch with the greatest In
tel ests ot the city said on Saturday:
"There will be no mure buying up
tho pioperty of Individual operators at
fancy prices, Tho operators who have
held on to their conl enterprises would
be dunces to sell now to the big cor
porations. Since the adoption of tho
i'l per cent, contract, the men who hnvo
not sold will Ond that they can make
good pmllts, ns they are ptotcctcd hy
the his companies.
"You will notice," he continued, that
there Is little more talk of the 1 cumin
liitf mines being sold to the cairylng
companies. The coal properties of E.
L. Fuller. William Council & Co.,
Brooks t Dale, and others aie not now
dally repotted as about to be trans
feried. I believe some of the men who
have sold are now sorry, even though
they may have tecelved a high llgurc.
As for the peilodlcal ciy that the coal
In tills valley Is neinly exhausted, wo
need not worry about it during the
present centitrj, when the subsequent
ptoccedlugH will probably Interest us
"Theie Is coal enough heie to make
a gieat many men rich and to furnish
sustenance and comfort for thousands
of wotklngnien and their families.
"In this tespect we aic entering upon
an era of unexampled prosperity lor
Kcranton, as there Is a ptospect that
the conditions will be so controlled
thnt there will be little opportunity for
friction and consequent uncertainty."
Colds Melt Away
If you use Krause's Cold Cine. Pro
pared In convenient capsule form they
are easy to take and effect ta speedy
cure of the most obstinate cases.
Price 23c. .Sold by Matthews Bros.
Fast Time to
T11K "CHICAGO-l'ORTLAND SrE
CIA1." leaves Chicago 6.30 p. m.
dally, la Chicago-Union Pacific and North
Western Line, arrives Portland, Oregon,
afternoon of third day. No change of
cars; meals in Dining Cars. Ituffet
Library Cars with barber. Tourist
Sleepers daily. Personally conducted
excursions every week. The best of
everything. The Pacific Express leaves
10.30 p. m. dally. Call on any agent
for tickets or address
4St Broadtail, Nitit ferft
415 Iit St., Cincinnati
307 SmlthfH St., Pit tl burg
134 Suptrlar St., Clwtland
Ml Cm'f St.SMIadtlthla
SC8 Wathlnaton St., Botton
301 Haiti St., Suffahl
112 Ctr SI., Chicago
Cor. Sixteenth St. and Irvine; Place,
American Tlan, (3.W per day and upward.
European PI id. $1.C0 per daj and upward.
t. D. CRAWrORD, Proprietor.
. rui uuaiiics') jut;"
4- In the heart ot Uis wholciala
I For Shoppers
a. t minutes' walk to Wanamakeraj
I.11I1UICO lU k3tda wui.a. a Mi
Btore. Easy ot access to tho great
Dry Goods Stores.
One block from B'war Cars, giv
ing easy transportation to all
points of Interest.
i HOTEL ALBERT :
NEW YOKK. I
f Cor. 11th ST. UNIVEnBITT Pu. -f
4- Only one Block from Broadway.
t ROOmS, $1 Up. PrfcEef.AnNal.e
"Tlr.ough the Hesperian Gardens of
the West" Runs the Luxurious
The Tlnest Thlujj on Wheels,
AND IT TAKES YOU TO THOSE
Summer Lands of " California."
Special Ihroujth trains eonalrtliif ol uleeplntt
and dining-cars will leae New York eicry Sat.
urday, Tuoday and Tliuwday, eonnjetinj di
rectly with tho "itint Limited" at New Orleans,
for full Information, free illustiuled painiTi
let, mapj and tlme-tatile, also lowejt rate,
aletplna; car tickets and bcgeairc chrckril, apply
to boutlirm I'aclnc Co., 100 8. Third atrtel,
The Dickson Miuiuractiirlns Co.
fccranton ond Wtlket-IIarra, f.c,
L0C0M0T1VGS, STATIONARY ENGINES
Hollers. Ilolatlnnand Pumplnz Machinery.
Qeneral Offlce. Scranton, Pa,
arftr arrrr tt.lni.lnj tpmallu, aiTT.
117, no.pitai aaa aiuit ourgeou lant.
Or. THEEU 527 North Sixth St.
Philadelphia, l'o.OAU Abases,
cnreil 111! to 10 rinva. The moat danserou
aollrlted. 'IIM DIUTSOHIR ARXT." Treat.
mrni 11; n,u. , nenn or Mworn le.umoniaia hook ei.
poiing cm j I sis luiillule.Lleclrkal Medical traud.
FREE ELECTRIC BELT OFFER
AL In uur own home, we
urnUh the aenulDB anrl
toauy reaaeror inn paper.
pe Hverr a,,Bf vrri
coin Benin, eu.rMii
with moet all other treatmeu
AlMOIT HOTHIKO i
I other ,lc.
rie teiu, eiieii.ece, tea nnlin ull. OOICK ORE tor
ir.- . '" ui.iBiMiiii jcr ttu nrrrou.
dltea.w. weekner.ee and dlwrderi. Kor complete
sealed ranadentlal reteloKue, eut iku adeul eed sell leak
SEARS, ROEOUCK&. CO., Chicago.
SCRANTON'S SHOPPING CENTER.
NO. 199. NO. 199. NO. 199. NO. 199
The above is the number of our famous Connolly &
Wallace Special Long Cloth, put up in 12-yard pieces
at $1.50 per piece.
Hi M 1
The name of the finest, heaviest and best Bleached
Cotton on the market. These are short lengths of from
2 to 10-yard pieces. It is universally sold at I2c
per yard. During the White Sale at 8)4c a yard.
81x90. 81x90. 81x90. 81x90
The above refers to Atlantic Bleached Sheets, size
2 1-4 yards wide, 2)4 long. This is well known as
the very best brand of sheets to be had and the above
'is the best selling size. During the White Sale 50
STATEMENT OF THE
United States Depositary.
At the close of business Dec.
loans rind Investments
Banking House 38,590.64
Cash and Reserve.... 536,879.10
Capital ? 200,000.00
Undivided Profits .. . 57,005.20
Individual Deposits . . 2,415,536.08
U. S. Deposits 422,720.30
Due to Banks 54,785.53
WILLIAM ( ONNLLL. TrfiiilenU
1IEXUY DELIN. .III., Vice-lVeildent.
WILLIAM 11. PECK, Cashier.
480 to 450
N. Ninth Street,
Teleplions Cull. 233 J.
IIIIOOSIC POWDER CO,
Booms 1 and2, Com'lth BTd'g.
ninlng and Blasting
Muds MMooala and RualiJsJ Work.
LAFLIN RAND POWDnR CO.'S
ORANOE OUN POWDER
Klictrlo Bsttsrlas. KlootrloKiplodari,
zplodlDz blaal. Safety Fuas a,al
Roiaum Chemical Ca's p'i'vh
M full; M
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SB Lace I
w Curtain News!
Shrewd buyers will take advantage
? nrifpS marie nn nut" nnfirA T eir Pii.fnin
small lots at a fraction of
I FURNITURE COVERINGS
I HIGH-GRADE BEDDING I
LEADERS IN CARPETS, WALL PAPER, DRAPERIES,
129 Wyoming Avenue
t-H-H-H-r-H-H-M-t- t-H-H-f 4 - - H
KG-S17 PENN AVENUE.
Tbyslclau and Sureaa
311 Spry;) St,
Tcnip.u Uun Building
SCRAN ION PA.
All acuta and cbrcnlc cliteuss ot men. wo.
men anJ children. C11UO.MO hEUVOUS,
11UAIN AND WAS1INQ UlsiEASKS A SPEC
IALTY. All diecasca ol tho Llvtr, Kldneva,
Uladder, bklo, lilood, Nervti, Womb, Eye, I'ir,
Ncie, Throat, un.l Luii, Cancera, l"umor,
I'liei, Kupturr, Uoltrc, ItbcurnatUm, Aittima,
Catarrli, Varlocotele. Loet Jlanliooi, Nightly
Emissions, all Female Dneaaes, Irfucorrhoea, etc,
Clonnorrhca, Syplillli. Ulood 1'oUon. Indlicrc.
tlcn and joutblul haulta obllirjicl. burgery,
HI,, Lpllcpy, tape and btom-i Uorrut. CA.
TAItimUONL'. bpeclflo lor Cutarrli. Tlirej
month' treatment only ti.00. Trial tree In
cltlce. Coniultatlon and examination free.
Omce houn dally and Sunday, 8 a, in. (a 9
New rork Mills
127 AND 129
ot the special
their real value.
- COUCH COVERINGS
I HEAVY DRAPERIES I
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HENRY BELIN, JR.,
General Agent lor the Wyoming
Mlnlnc, niaatlmr, Eportlnc Smokeless and thj
Kepauno Chemical Company's
Safety Tux, dps ami Eiploden. Roots 401 Cvn
oell Dulldlni:, Scranton.
TH01. FOItl) Pltliten
JOHN n. SMITH Is SON l'ljmoutl,
W. i:. MULLIOAN WllkeaBans
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