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THE SGRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1901.
NEWS OF THE
CONTRACT AWARDED TO
They Aro to Do Some Itnportnnt
Construction Work for the New
York Central and Hudson River
Rallrond-Tho D., X. & W. Board
for Today Charles r. Colley Suc
ceeds E. J. Wright ns Chief Train
Dispatcher on tho Lackawanna
Ralhoad Other Notes.
JJuikc 15105., the well-known lor.il
contractors and uulldern. havo hccuied
nn Important iileco or work to he done
for tho New York Central and Hud
on Hlvcr Ilallioad company, and oper
Htloni avIII bo bcRim In the near future
upon It. It Is a $150,000 Job, and con
Klsts of construction woik upon tlis
Kail Iliook pectlon of the Pennsylvania
division of tho road.
Iletnecn three hundred and fifty firm
11 vo bundled men will bo Riven eni
ailoyment by Ilurke HroH. on the con
tract, and a lnrg;e iwrcentapo of these
nnploye will be Scrantonlnns, old and
perleneed woikcrfl in the eutitr-ic-tor.V
sen-Ice. who will be entrusted
with the wotk which iiMiulteR the more
Tho contract w m-utte-d some duys
iigo. nnd Kreat was the competition
iBalnst wlilch tlie Messrs. Uuike had
to stilve. Ills onti actors and build
is from Newaik, HufTnlo, rittsburjr.
3'hltndelphla and New York weio nil
intniilng for It, but tho Scranton firm's
bid found favor In tin eyes of tho
poueis that were, In this particular
4nnt(iiui. and tho contiact w.h thus
Tho work to bo done will Keep' the
biff fence of men secured by the eon
ii actors busy from now on UuoiikIi
ihc sprlngand entire summer. "Wlntery
weather will not Interfere with Ini
niedlato operations to any extent, as
the primary work will consist of a
ood deal of blasting and roek woik,
which can. of couiw, be attended to
Just as well now as under more clem
ent atmospheric vondltioii". Grading
work ami somo hildgo building will
i onstltulu tho greater part or the con
tiact. Work I to he stuitcd a few miles
from 'Wllllamsport. The section of the
e'cntral upon which thes-e clninges are
to be mado was acfiuhed home time
ngo. The Fall Urook lalltoad and
Hecch t'Yeek railroad woie together
absorbed by tho Ccntial and now con
"tltute a joint branch of It. They
iorr a territory of between fifty and
Eeant.at-a.rms, Mr. Bagley, of Bcran
ton, Local SO.
It was decided to hold the next con
vention In Tlymouth on March 10.
Bakera Have Organised.
A meeting was held Sunday of the
city bakers, at Worklngman'a hall,
and a permanent organization etfect
ed. Another meeting will bo held
next Saturday nlsht at Carpenter's
hall, at which a wage scale, and the
number of hours to constitute a. day's
work, will be considered.
Tho following officers were elected
Sunday: John I Nnllln, of tho Lack
awanna Moam bakety, president;
Charles Mundy, vice president! l'etor
K. Wynne, of the Lackawanna bak
ery, linanciai secretary; unaries ivnne.
of Scholar's bakery, corresponding
sect clary; Theodoio llettler, of the
Lackawanna bakery, secretary.
D., L. & W. Board for Today.
Today's D., L. & W. board ts as fol
lows: MONIUV, I'EB. ii.
Wild Cats lint p. m, OrotRc Hat in. SO
p. in., .1. II. huartn.
TUIfcD.VV, 1 Kit. 1 !.
Wllil Oit. tt 12.10 ii, in. K. Von Womifr;
3 . in , II. UllllRjn; 4 a. in., M. riimody, with
Vt. A. Ilarlholomewie men; 8 a. m., J. Uml,
lurtt 0 a m M. I'lnnerty; 7 a. in , r. V. Mc.
ien; Sam, I) Wallaci 0 a. ni.. .1. O'llnri;
1UJ0 ii. in., !. (loldm, with lluine's men I
11 . m.. O. C 1 p. tn., tt'. I). WuriVl; 2
p. in., .1. coMii: su p. in., i:. M. Hiiictt,
Ui p. ni , .1. J .Miirtar, mltli O Ilittlidlonutt'B
MiiiiiiII. l.le 5 i. in., aM V. MeDonwll:
fl J. ni., writ Ororitr KrounfelUr: 1 a. in , went
Phrgooil, with II. DohMt' men; 7 p. nt . tst
futu Nv Aug. i:. Mt.Allii.tfr: " p. ni., e-t
turn Couki, tlirrc niglne M. It. MiLatic; 7
p. in., nt Irom C'uk, tiltiley.
Puller 10 n, ni , K. K. &-oi.
I'mlmt-ti .1 in.. )lo;cr; ll.-V) s. in , MoNti;
7 p. in , Muri'ln i 'I p m , Limplnc.
lUwnmt Kniftne 7 a. m., niftij: 7 a in.,
Sliicer. ft:u P. in, unlnll', 7 p. in, Midovcm
WIUI fat. Vl-l a. in., It. Otnir: .'. a
A. 1. Million; C a. Ill, .T. K. MjsIcih; 8 a
in.. T. ntrpalrkk: 11 a. In, I,. Ilall.t. with II.
I llrrulpjii' men; 1 p. ni., .tames C'airl.
n p. in, J. Itixtei; t p ni., P. llaRRcrtyj 1 p.
m , (.'. ltlnirle'.
Nctlee rMiiln.tor W, . Hirtl.uloniew will
npint ttt traiiiinintrr'a o(Tne lintilay, IVb li.
at III n, m, (.'omliirtor V. l-ouulnu v ami rr;
uill run 6 p. in , Sun mit, Cil, In place of l.lir
IfOiRl, with II. IWicrtjV men, ll It. nrJia'.
iniin John Keinn will nil Jt tialnniite?'s of
fkr. Pralteman Anii't Sneiilir will 8ft mil
null C'om.uttor .1. O'lljra nt 0 J. in , l'b. 1-.
Qver 2000 Hospitals
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey it the, only pure, reliable alcoholic stimulant to
administer to patient in cases of grip, consumption, clyspcpiia, general debil
ity, nervousness, weak heart and low fevers.
Montkvu IIosrtTAL, Frederick, Md.
DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CO.
Gentltmcn: It has been about one.
year since I first began to use Duffy's ,,
I'nr Molt WhUViu hntu it, nrdrrtn
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invigorating, alcoholic stimulant, and
prefer it to any other, at I believe it
to be absolutely pure. Its action on the
New Chief Tialn Dlspatchei.
L .T. WilRht, chief tialn dispatcher
in thW dty for tho Lackawanna rall
load, has icslgned and tetuined to his
"(inner position with the New Yotk
I'entr.il railroad. He has been Mic
i ceded by Charles V. Colley. ow of
the train dispatchers in the office. The
appointment nut mado on Saturday
ntiil announced In the following circu
lar irinion. Pi , Fib i, 1M1
lr 1 .1. Wright, chief tialn ilUpjtcliei , hiv
Ins tefiunfii to aiccpt nervier with another
ifnipiny, cffectiM 1'eh. II, inl , .Mr. Cluiles 1'.
ullee, tnln (liiwtiher, h lienby inomolcfl lo
till the acwrj.' lMin M. Itinr,
T. K. C'Uiko, Ofncral Supirliitciirknt.
r)lpatcher Colley has been with tli'i
Lackawanna railroad tilnco Oct. :. 1S99,
and prior to his coming to S'crant"ii
was with tho ihlo and llaltimoio .md
Stationary Tiremen weet.
One hundred delegatcp, representing
twentv local- of tho stationary lire
men of L"ckawnnnn and Luzerne
lountlcs, nii't at O'.Malley's hall, North
Seranton, Sunday afternoon. C. W.
iJaxter, of thI.- ity. called the meet
ing to older, and the following tem
potaiy ofllicrs wmp rhosen: fhalr
lnan, James MulIiiKhey, of Kingston:
fcretaiv, .1. J. flmlty, ot I'litston;
Mfrgeant-nt-uimo, James iltltncs, of
Plymouth; committee on ciedeiuial,
". K. C'llltl?, nt' XantleoKe; h. l,et.,
nf Seranton, and J. J. e'onlg.in, of
National Piesl.lent Moitnn, of f'hi
i ago, wan unable to be present, but
authorised the tian'-'u lion of any
business, o-icntl.il to the districts
needs. A committee1 was appointed by
the meeting to wait on the ccutlc
eommlttoo of tho mine woiheis ot Pls
ll let 1, 111 leguid to the l.Utei's alleged
Intet ftience with tin.1 lire men.
Tho following oflleeif. er. elected
lor this cai: Pti'sident, f. W. Max
tor, of Sei. intern, Louil r.O, vlee-piosl-dent.
J. lines Mullnclu1,, of KInRston,
Local ill! j-ectetaiy-tU'iisiitor, J. J.
:eiilt, oC Plttston, Ixieal hil; scr-
This and That.
Chief Engineer W. K. McKarlln, of
tho L.iekauanna railroad, was In town
John n. Welsh, of the Ontario and
Western railroad, .spent yesterday In
Master Car Builder L. T Canlleld Is
In Dayton. O., looking after new ceiutp
tnent for tho Lackawanna lalltoad.
Cieneral Superintendent T. 12. Claikc
nnel Division Siipeilntendont K. M.
nine attended u meeting ot Lacka
wanna stipeiltuendcnts at Syracuse
Two of tin new switch engine built
for the Lackawanna company by the
Dickson Manufacturing company hae
been put In seivlce, nnd ate piovlng
The rooms foimeily occupied by Kzia
Giillln post, C.iand Aimy of the Ke
pubttc, In the Klrst National Bank
building, have been secureel by th
Lnokawanna Hallroad compiny for the
location of their car accountants' de
partment, which was destroyed by the
iccently In tlia Henwood building. The
new ctuaiteiH are being put In shape
and will be occupied today.
MORE MEETINGS HELD.
MILL GIKLS' EXECUTIVE COM
MITTEE MET YESTERDAY.
The Unqualified Statement of a Well
Known Attorney, St. lgnice, Mich.
Poire of the cures made by Dr. A. W.
."bate's Ointment of stubborn and long con.
tinued eczema and skin diseases are causing
People are begin
ning to realise that
this Ointment is a
wonder worker with
all kinds of bkin
ias, J, Brown, St,
writes as follows:
Dr. A. W.Chase
Med. Co., Buffalo,
N. Y. Gents I
cannot refrain from
rx'wix '9UfctfarauiKit iiui -
" WB - II w" ' "
general economy and the entire
in is more effective than any other wltitkey I have tried, and our patients
more kindly to it. At long as the iiuality remains at the present stan
I shall always tttc it vhcrcer an alcoholic stimulant is renuired. especially
in that class of convalescents who need what we call "prediecsted foods." I
find from experience that Duffy s Pure Malt Whiskey acts gently, not vigor
ously, on the digestive syste We will always me it to the exclusion of all
others on account of its absolute purity and the excellent results we have
eceived from its use. I am, Very kindly, H. P. FAHRNEY, M.D.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has brought the blessing of health to thou
sands of homes during the past forty yeart. There it none "just at good at"
Liutty s. 1 he dealer who says so is think
ing of his profits, not of our health.
St. Josfmi's HosriT.tt ,1215 Walnut St. ,
Reading Pa.. July 6. 1000.
We are using DitfiVs Pure Malt-
Whiskey in the St. Joseph's Hotpital
as a stimulant, because we believe it
to be the purest of whiskey.
G. E. NEWBY, M. D..
Res. Physician to Hospital.
SCRANTON'S SHOPPING GENTER.
Dress Goods and Silks.
Here Are Four Great Bargain Lots.
Four Distinctly Different Lots.
Mercv HosptiAt, Wllkes-Barrc, Pa.
November 28, 1900.
Dear Sirs: The u&c of Duffy's Pure
Malt Whiskey for irritable stomach
has proven it to be a thoroughly re
liable and satisfacloi article and one
ilways to be depended nn
H A. FISCHER.
expressing my acknowledgment for the relief
1 have felt from Dr. Chase's Ointment." For
40 years I was afflicted with a skin disease
Mvhlch was located In one spot on my leg.
I hare spent at a rough estimate five hun
dred dollars trying to effect cure, and not
until I applied this ointment did I get relief.
You are strangers to me and this letter Is
prompted directly because I want to say and I
feel as though I ought to say it. That
Chase's Ointment has effected a complete
cure ot my affliction. Three boxes did the
work on my leg. I was also suffering from
itching piles and applied the ointment which
cave the beat of satisfaction by affording me
rest at night and rapidly causing the disease
to disappear. I have received such relief
nd comfort from the ointment that I cannot
v Ithhold expressing my gratitude. I was so
long afflicted with the tortures of eczema I
tttl now that I am cured, a word of recom.
V.encUtion It due from me.
JAS. J. BROWN.
Dr. Chire's Ointment Is sold at 50 cents a
fox at all (teller or Dr. A. W, Chase's Mtdl-
Representatives Will Be Sent to Pnt-
erson to Study Silk Mill
Question In Jeisoy.
Hopit-hcntatlvcs ftom all the local
illk mills met at Cat pen tor' hall yes
tiday morning:, nnel In a jrenoial way
dtetui.Heil the piesionr Munition. A
committee was appointed which will
leave1 the cltj eliiWnsr the week, ami
vNIt I'atcrson, N. J, Tlioy will thciu
corner with the Jpibfy sdlk mill em
ploye, rotupaie tilt- wane .iale thuie
and hf", and then retuin and U'port
the le.xnlts of tlif invostlgatlons to
their u'spoctlvu unions!.
A number of the1 sittikpix l'lom Val
enllm1 Itlisv' Jlnninoiv mill and ltcll
llng, lal(l & Schoen's Piteisbtns
plant atte'itileil 11 mee-tliiK In Caipi nt' i'
ball, nnd we 10 inaih1 inomboix ot tlio
union. PiPfddvnt I'laherty and Soew
taiy (loijto Clothier, of the- Cential
Labor union, iimp in ehnrKo of the1
moetlitfr Another llie'etlns was a No
hi'ld of the Khnp'.nn hands in CalleiyV
hill, MlnrioUn, nnel thoo who illd nut
attend Sunday'H nitotiiiK. ndtnlttud Into
Th Ilmwv mill employ , will meot
In Ouipontu'rt hall at a o'oloek thi
afte-inoon, and th Klot.5 mill sttlUcrH
will nii'i't tonhtlit In St. John's hall, on
Cupouso avoniK1. A nuftlng will alt-o
In' hold In Kt'omudV hall, of tho Kills
troni lllNs' Noith Se'tnnton mill.
A nimeit1 wan In tho air yoHlrrday to
the- offor-t that tho Sauquoit mill an
tlioritlcs oontomplnte'il nendlng a qual
ity of imweive-n ullk lo the Fateivon
milN lo bo woven ticiintondciit
Davis, of tho H,tuiuolt, ilooiaieel that
tho toport was not onlv tnlxo but rid
iculous. EPPSTEIN'S CASE TO BE PUSHED.
The rolice Aie Determined to Show
Chief of Police Hobllng jpslorday
notified e'otnt of llonry l.ppsteMn's nr
icfel. About a year niio Uppsteln was
glvon a trial tor larceny nnd found
KUtlty. but court MiKpended sentence.
It may bo that Kppstein will bo sen
tenced on that charKO now. TliH enn
bo done without going to the tiouble
unci expense of a tilal. However, If
:ppstcln was tried and convicted on
this ohnigo of burglary hN sentence
would be bo much moio oveie.
Kppstcln Is still being held nt police
hcadeitiarteis in default of 3S0O ball.
Tho pollco bollevn thut he was not
alone In the job Sunday morning, but
had an accomplice. In proof of this
theory It !b polntenl out that within
fifteen minutes after young Kppsteln's
arrest his mother, notwithstanding that
It was not yet C o'clock, culled to seo
him at polico hendeiunrteis, It Is
thought that his partner, who had been
stationed to watch tho movements of
the patrolman on tho beat, did not
have tlmo to wain the youthful but
glar of Patrolman l'airy's approach,
but had set off tn hot hnsto to nppilse
tho parents of tho boy's arrest.
Eastov Hosnial, Easton, Pa.
Oct. 26. 1900.
I have used Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey in my practice, and have
always found it to do good work. I
bcliee it to bo perfectly pure. It is
retained by the most irritable stomach.
II. D. MICHLER. M. D.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is a form of food already digested, for the
convalescent or the weak and tired a teaipooniul in half a glass of milk, three
times a day. will oon build up strength and energy. It can be retained by the
most sensitive ste'mach. ".oco eloctors prcicribc it.
Duffy's Pure Mail Whiskey
CAUTION: We wish to caution our patrons against so-called "Duffj't
Malt Whiskey" .told 111 bulk and unsealed bottles. Duffy's Pure Malt Whis
key is sole! in sealed bottles only. If offered for sale in bulk or unsealed
bottles it is a fraud. Insist on getting the genuine. Refuse substitutes.
The distinguished writer of the following letter has served her beneficent
mission at the head of some of the Inrgcst curative and charitable institutions
in the country:
It gives mr great pleasure to recom
mend Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey,
which I have used for consumptives
... el, lie cl.irTAG ftf tllr. ArA Atcpnct
Aside from its medicinal properties it VWrmSJ
it when all other stimulants fail. I
recommend it to all. MOTHER
11IERONYMO, Rochester, N. Y.
FREE. If ou are sick and run
down, write us. It will cost you noth
ing to learn how to regain health,
energy and vitality. Medical booklet
and testimonials sent free.
It is the only Whiskey ta-d by the
Government as a medicine. This is
a guarantee. All druggists and gro
cers, or direct, $1.00 a bottle,
DUK'V MALT WHISKEY CO , Roehcttcr, K.Y.
Each style offered is a favorite, each one in active demand just novr. Ther
are ample supplies of each though no promises can be held out that they
will be here very long.
400 yards of plain colored Taffeta Silks, 19 inches wide, of CAr jA
the regular 75c quality, in all colors. At v
540 yards of French Broadcloths, in fourteen good
colorings. The cloth is of the best $1.50 grade and in t 4 C vrrl
the Satin finish. 54 inches wide. At P J
735 yards of all-wool French Flannel, plain colors and
printed desicjm, in 23 different colors, 27 inches wide. CA rA
The usual 60c to 75c grades. At OVFW JIM.
640 yards of Woolen Dress Goods, a mixed lot of Serges,
Cheviots, Plaids, Stripes and Fancy We ves in all colors, OCr -rg
3S to 44 inches wide, value from 50c to S5C yd. At v J
45c A Characteristic Connolly & Wallace Price 45c
The lot comprises what is left of our famous purchase of 3,600 Men's Shirts AIT
regular One Dollar goods. The sixes arc somewhat broken that is why we have de
cided upon this ridiculously low price to clean them out quick. Fine Laundered
Percale and Madras Shirts with one pair of cuffs to match
Jj 15 5 J6 16 17-
CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
t lV (
t W v
Shrewd buyers will take advantage ot the special
prices made on our entire Lace Curtain Stock. Many
small lots at a fraction of their real value.
HO FUSEL. OIU.
oiultiR In the mill's or the bis flic or
cleaning tho nwuue of tin thick cakes
of ico whleh had nccunuilutoj, nnd
cm tent hauling un tin? nibblsh also
being hi ovldenei'.
Tin' avenuo near he eoinei of Wyo
ming nate covcieel Alth a heny l.ijcr
of lee, which icndvicd tr.ilIU- of all
klinls (langi'ioUh to man 01 biast, ami
tho Kttcet loininl'teloner had his forcu
working nil day Wealing it away. It
was liom tills roiner that eine ot the
Iiosls hiul been piled Site.ullly on tho
III o e-er .-lneL' Its hlart, and a leak In
tln nfoifsald hone had inou than con
tiibuteil te stingthon tln glacial e'on
dlilon of tho avenue.
In tin 1 car of the building, carters
weio at woik dealing away the? fallen
bilckn and other debiK Toices ot
company cmpleiyi". were nKo at work
iiMilug new teli'gi.iph ninl electric
light poles, to tako tho place of tliose
which le-lt the foice of the hlg blaze.
The space fiotn tin Henwood build
ing to the Klist National bank lh Mill
kept toped in. uh it N not consideied
safe Jen tiavcl. Not only the pel lions
condition eif the Ci.uie wall, but also
gaping holes in tlio pavement, contrive
to make- the nffected poitlon hntdly
tlie wifcHt jilae-e for the pcilcstilan.
The Wanders and Beauties
Earth's Largest Segment of Fairydom
tMipcib Callfcrali, uie pcnettjteHl only ly tlie
rtMlly buniptuoiL, tuins of tlie
SOUIItbRN PACIFIC COA1PANY
Tho "SUNSET LIMITED" that
Tiain of Trains, belongs to this sys
tem. IVulC'W 111 equipment, relee .ind cuilitr.
Its tliree loiitea oScr continuous eklight to the
For full tntuniution. tree illu,liitcd pamphlet'.,
nun, ami time tablce, alo lowerit iatc, FleirUU
ear tliUtii riiil biEgJitc checked applj to Kiril.
LltN PACK 10 f-O., 1OT S. Jd bt , I'lilla., Ti.
NEW YORK HOTELS.
Cor. aixtctntb 8U and Ininc TUce,
CLEANING UP THE RUINS.
Force of Men at Work at Sceue of
the Recent Fire.
The three hundred block of Lacka
wanna avenue and tho narrow lane In
Itn rear preientcd a eicene of activity
all yesterday, scores of men either
Thlity-ftve Day,' Tour via Pennsyl
The Pennsylvania Hallioad company
has arranged for a .special peisonally
conducted tour through California, to
leave New York and Philadelphia on
February It. by the "Golden Gate Spe
cial," composed exclusively of Pullman
parlor-smoking, dining, drawing-room
fileeipltiE, compartment, and observa
tion cats, teturnliig by Jlnich 20. This
special tialn will be run over the en
tlio route. The best hotels will bo used
where extended stops aio made, but
the train will bo at the constant com
mand of tho paity.
Hound-trip tickets, coerIng all nec
essary cxpenseH, tr0 from all points on
Pennsylvania railroad tee?pt Plt's
butz, fiom which point the tato will
For fuither Infoimatlou apply to
ticket agents; TourlM Agent, 1196
Ilroadway, Now York; I Court street,
Brooklyn; 7E& lJio.ul street, Newark,
N, J.; U. Courlaendcr. ji I'asscnger
Agent ItaltltnoiP Dlstrlci, Pultlmore,
Md., Colin HtuddH, Passenger Agent
fouthcastern Ulstilct, AVashlngton, D.
C; Thomas K. Watt, 1'assenger Agent
"Western Dlstiict, Pittsburg, Pa.; or
address George AV. lloyd, Assistant
Genoial Passenger Aiient, PhlladeU
Headache Is usually caused by thing
In poorly ventilated rooms, oveiln
dulBonee In food or drink, inbiilllclent
exercise, mental strain, excitement or
malaria. Krause's lleadacho Capstilea
quickly cutes tho most severe cases,
ajid leaves tho head clear nnd cool.
Price 25c. Sold by Matthews I3ios.
American Tlan, $3 M per day and upward
European Plan, 1 60 per day and upward.
I. 13. CRAUTOnD, rropiietor.
Broaawaj, lib Ait. aod 27th Street, New Vorl.
in the cen
ter of tlia
Flist . class
i n 1 1 r e I y
All work done by grad
uates who are taking a
course in our system of Pain
We only charge you for the
3Q5 LACKAWANNA AVE
FURNITURE COVERINGS I COUCH COVERINGS
HIQH-QRADE BEDDING I
I HEAVY DRAPERIES
LEADERS IN CARPETS, WILL PAPER, DRAPERIES,
129 Wyoming Avenue t
mHtMlMHMMMmW f "- 1 1
I0M1 W. BWINIT,IT7-.
with or without hath, hi
sudUlctihonelnevervroom Culalne unexcelled,
v I f or ci.
ulte, with or without hath, hot amTcoM water
For ItuHiness Men
In the heart ot 111
X minutes' walk to Wanamnkars:
S nilnutr to Street Cooper's Die
Store. Easy of acceas to the great
Dry Gooda Stores.
A For Sightseers
Eteam Heating and Plumbing.
Pi F. & M. T. Uowley,:?! Wyoming ave.
One block from 11' way Cars, civ
tns easy transportation to at
points ot Interest
"piID Otcrland Limited 0.30 p. m. eery
day in the jcar, from Chicago via
Chicago-Union Pacific and NonhAVtstern
Line, arrhinjj San Francico afternoon of
third day, Loa Angeles early iu-t morn
ing and Portland afternoon of third el iv.
No change of cars; all meah in Hilling
Cars; lluffet Library Cars (with bather).
The Pacific Hxprcss leaes at 111.30 p. ni.
dally. The best of everything. Call on
any agent for tickets or address
461 Btcnira,, Aw fori ,1S VfM SI , Chtlt.etl
SOICIilt'l St , MMtlfllll SO Smith f Id hi., HUk.rj
ttt Wf Huston St., Suite
tOIUalnSt., ' Unfile
2i Cjri St , CMJg
1)4 Slimier SI , CtrfMatf
17 CemevH'artiv, Ptlnlt
SIC POWDER CO.
Boms 1 anil2,Corn'ilh BTd'
nining and Blasting
Ji4sBlMooaloaod tluabjale Worlci,
! HOTEL ALBERT I
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f Cor. 11th 8T. ft UNIVKItSlTT VU
4- Only one Wock trom Broadwajr. 4
Pnnms R1 Tin RESTAURANT 4
ItOOIIl), $1 Up. Prices Kcstombte 4
C'Hsllteverjr auttrtumii pjcTaii, Jhui-
1 117, lioipiiai aua Aruir eurvroa mis.
Dr. THEEL, 027 Horth Slith St.
f l'lillndelnhln. feuCAU Abuses.
VNonM PRIVATE, nnej
UlOOnanS, rn orni fully rotlorni. Iri
nm liy iitall. ftiuil vMworn trriunnnisiA llookfi.
icimy f, ci jr lafo liulltulM JtcUioal XUdical tntO.
rcsii i naca
Fbyslclaa and Sur'oi
311 SPU3) Si.
lin.pt Uun RuiUia
LAPtlN RAND HOWDDR CO.'S
ORANGE aUN POWDER
Slretrlo Batteries. Elsotrle Bxplodera.
exploding blast), Safety ITaae sol
Repaum Ghemlcal Co.'s
A Bad Brake
than no brake
We are now ready to
fit your wheel with the
latest coaster brake. If
you couteinplate any re
pairs on your wheel for
the spring riding now is
the time to get it to our
shop. We will send for
and deliver your wheel
All ueiite1 atnl clirunlc eln.pe nt men, tet
men .eml ihlMun CIIIIOMC MIIMHS,
linAIN AMI WA"II.Ne-. 1HM1 M'l I'
IAli All dlawrt nt Hit I iwr, KIJnr,
lU0ilr, Ml", Hliwl, Nun-, Woinli, l.jr. I'm,
Nekf, Throat, snet Lui't. faiirni, I'unMrn,
i'ilc, ltuplint'. fJoitrc. Illirniiistl-in Atlmj,
Catanh Viiiicowlp, Ut ManliewU, Mghtl
l'lnliwloiw, all female Dlwura, Leucoriliota, iic,
fionnorrhca., fcjpnllllJ. Hlcol I'uUon, InUluro
lion and youthtiil habit obliteritcil. turKery.
MU. I'l'ilei. 1ar ami Mnnuili Nuinu. CA.
TAUItllOiOM:, llelllc feir laUrili. llino
mnnllia' tit-alment ml) .W. Iilal tree In
ofllce. ronsultatlon Mid evamlnitlnn lite. 01
rlee houis daily and fcunJjj, u u. in. to 9
211 Washington Ave.
485 to 4R5
N. Ninth Street,
Telephona Cull, 231)3.
HENRY BELIN, JR.,
General Accnt (or the Wyoming
Uinta;, nlastlnc, Sportlnc, PinnVeleai and
Itrpauno Chemical Company's
Satety I'uie, Capi and Eaplodjrs. ttoora 101 Cos
ocll Oulldhir, biiauton.
JOHN II. BMITII k fcON
W. f UULLIUAN
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