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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 190!.
NEWS OF THE
PROSPECT OF A SETTLEMENT
OF SILK STBIKE.
lit Rev. Bishop Hoban Is Acting as
a Conciliator and Is Endeavoring
to Bring About a Compromise of
the Differences Between the Mill
Owners and Their Employes Im
provements That Are Being Made
by tho Seneca Conl Company at
Plttston The Board for Today.
'The ntoHpcctH for tho settlement oC
the strike are very biiplit. Further
than this, we i-an say nothing at pres
ent." This Htatnniont, was made yes
terday afternoon by the executive com
mittee of the (dlk mill ntrlkern, and tho
hopeful tones In which they pave out
the Information told fur more than tho
mem words. ,
They refused to slso cut any more
exiillelt news, but late in tho day a
Tribune man learned that the ltlirht
Tlev. Bishop M. J. Hobun Ih acting as
a conciliator and ondeavorlngr to se
cure a .settlement. He has already
written to Superlntenilent AV. II. Davis,
of the tfauquolt Silk Mnnufncturlns
etmpany. and lnsl hIrIiI it was de
eiareil that the outlook was now
brlRhter than at any time during the
! Jonas Long's Sons'
NEW STOCK. '
Great Friday Afternoon Hourly Sales
It is no wonder that our big stores are crowded on f-'riday afternoons, (or people soon learn to save money when they see a way to
do it. No such way has been opened to patrons in this region for years as these popular Hourly Sales. Today just the things everybody
wants most are offered at prices never before marked on a similar grade of goods.
We arc now prepared to show' you an entire NEW slock of
Wall Papers arid Draperies
Sale No. 1
rSnlc No. '2
Sale No, 3
Every ilein is this season's goods,' and vc arc prepared to serve t
you promptly and at our well-known low prices.
The exeetitlvi' I'ominlitee of the
Mrllici': met ni.shop Hobun yesterday
iiltonioon at the lattot's lesldenee. Iie
;iik stuumoned theie by a message
,'iciti him, and iiUlinitpli nolhlns very
ilfllr.lte could be learned regard inn this
nieellnf,-, It Is known that the infor
mation siveii the Kirli by tho bishop
was of a most (iieournping nature.
None of the opera tots weie picsent in
person, but messages had been sent,
which announced their willingness to
have the bishop act as a mediator. In
l he tatter's letter to Superintendent
Havis lie sihkoii roe a personal meet
ing to diiciihf the situation and also
made homo suggestions regarding pos-.-ible
methods of adjusting the difficul
ties, it is understood that the S.iu
iiulnt hiiperiulcndeut gave an encour
The strlheis have called a special
meeting of the tfauquoit hard ftllk
workers for this afternoon, and it is
believed that a proposition from .Su-Ki-iritendont
Davis will be submitted.
The girls are now willing to settle on
tetms somewhat less advantageous
than thou- they lirst demanded, and
are willing to meet the management
Impiovements at Plttston.
The Seneca Coal company at Pitts
tnn has a number of important im
provements under way to facilitate
the mining and preparing of coal. One
large central boiler nlunt ha? been
consti acted to luinish steam for all
purposes the company may require it
fu At the Coxey shaft a large dyna
mo has been placed to furnish povr
for hauling coal from the Coxey to the
Twin shall. This s-ystem of haulage
Is also to be extended to the Coxey
Conveyoi- will be placed at the head
to cairy the coal to the breaker. Seii
il umping cages will also be placed,
which will do away with the headmen
it both the Coxey and Twin shafts.
Tin ce small loiomotives . aie now in
sei vice ouside In hauling and trans
ferring the coal. They intend in time
to get along without them, for with
,he coal chutes nearer the breaker and
'he I'onvevfirs canylng the coal to the
ncaker the expenses will be lessened
Will Not Take Them Back.
A committee of the employes uf the
Lehigh Vallev Coal company on stilke
at the Prospect, Midvale, Oakwood and
Henry mines, wailed on the ofliciais
ol the company yesteid.iy and en-
liavoicd to have the tluee who wero
hsi'hiiiged reinstated. The committee
men argued that the jig tender should
not be asked to do an oiler's work,
.ind thai the engineer had iusli acted
i no in. in not to leave his post.
Superintendent chase relused to take
the men back. II,. said thai the men
were dlsehaiged for disobeying orders
when damage to the company's prop
er! v was llneatened and they eould
not afford to keep such people In their
employ. lr Chase asked if the men
iwmld tefufec to throw a bucket of
water on a lire If uno had resulted,
liitnuse ii was not their work, Ilo ex
plained the relations between tho em
ploye! s and employes and said llio
men should obey tho oideis of the
foreman, TJie stilke was declared
without the .sanction of the miners'
union, Willfcs'. Han e Record.
That Locomotive Combine.
The bankers who am intoiested In
effecting a combination of the gif-at
locomotive manufacturers of the coun
try declare that, there will be great
economy in standardizing locomotive
equipment and making the engines
uniform. The cost of repairs Is a very
Important item, as it sometimes re
quites tho shipment of parts from thu
manufacturers a long distaneo to tho
railway requiring it, and not Inn o
quently special wurkmen ate sout to
make repairs when an piikIiio Is jn an
especially bad condition.
On tho theory that consumptive de
111.mil should bo met fiom the neatest
productive point, there will bo great
economy in manufacturing a typo of
locomotlvo which would combine the
best points of all and supply the mil
ways from 1hc shops nemos t .'it hand.
Thejo will further be an advantage in
tho orlclnal sale, as In times of de
pression tho builders could manufuo
tiire and carry In stock supplies which
would 'be In demand ultimalely by all
tho railway companies; For the expoi t
Irado there would bo great benelits de
ilved, as parts of locomotives could bo
constantly on hand to be sent to anv
part of tho world. New York Journal.
State of the Market,
The API II loiter of the Anthracite
coal Operators' association says about
"During the past month tho market
was much disturbed because of un
settled labor conditions and the possi
bility of a Btrlke. The satisfactory
lonclusloii of this matter and the an
nouncement of spring prices by the
various companies has again given a
oId footing and normal buying Is go
"J'ho chcular of prices Issued has
fixed discounts for each mouth and
definite terms of sale, which, It Is ex
pected, will be rigidly adhered to by
tne companies. Whether or not this
will be done depends upon the buying
movement and the" course followed
with commission houses.
Begins Promptly at
In the Basement
.'!'. Agate and Peerless Enameled Coll'ee
Pots, with handle nnd ball, regularly
sold at 55c. Sale price Friday
West quality .Steel Knumolcd Tea Kettles,
8 sizes, Xo. (i, 7, S. Your choice for Q
Friday, one hour Mi7
!!-emart Japped Preserving Kettles, best
steel enamel. For Friday, one a
hour 1 T"C
llesi bioom value ever placed on our table:
full sl'.o .N'u. 7 Broom, good weight, and the
best corn, four ties, worth at least
cents. .Special for Friday, on 5
SAD IRON HANDLES
Sirs. Potts' Sad Iron Handles, not a (.heap
composition handle, but the best walnut;
regularly sold at 10 cents. Friday
Best lead-blown Water
the kind you buy for -19c.
Friday sale price, 6 for
Fine Porcelain Plates, tlin
5, fi and 7 inch. Friday sale
PUUNKS Choice stock, large and
meaty, G lb.. Friday
POTASH Antiseptic Lye or Potash, popu
lar brand. For Friday only, per
COUN Webb's Cream Sugar Corn, every
can guaranteed finest quality, wort.i
ISc. -Friday price
H.ValS Sugar Cured Hams, none better,
every one guaranteed. Friday
price, per lb
UAISINS Celebrated brand of fine seeded
Raisins. Per package Friday,
Begins Promptly at
On flain Floor
Si J . j
Begins Promptly at
Point do Paris and Valenciennes with in
serting, front u to'll Indies wide, worth ark
U'ic. to 10c. Friday at VC
11-1 White. Crocheted Ucd Spreads, assorted
patterns, Marseilles styles, tho FrI- Orr
day price Oyt
Soft Finish Percales, style prints in navy,
cardinal, lavender and black grounds, war
ranted fast colois, regular price, 7e. At
Friday one hour T".C
'.':' and 1 1.', all silk, satin and gio.i
Tain Klbbons. value ISc. to I'O
All Silk Talfcta Klbbons, 16 and
Fashionable dress fabric; all wool Home
spuns, extra heavy weight suitable for tailor
gowns, positively will not wear rough; de
sirable shades of brown, gray, dark blue and
cadet. Kcgtilar value 7i"o. Special
for one hour
t.'-lucli Hue all-wool French Surah Serfio,
light weight, soft finish, beautiful fabric, tea
house gowns In shades of national blue, cas
tor, brown, navy and green, uegulnr
value 50 cents. Special for one
Ladles' IJeiiiu la'slo Gloves in tan
and brown. It button length. For
Friday, per pair
Satin stilpc batistes and lawns, In navy,
cadet, black and white grounds, with fancy
llgures. Regular price per yard jOc. s
Sale price, Friday OC
Hates' best Seersuckers, In all tho new and
popular styles suitable for ladles' and chil
dren's dresses and shirt waists, also for
men's and boys' shirts. Ilcgulur price,
U'i cunts. Friday afternoon sale Ql--.
price ". O4C
Ladies' Ventilated Corsets, long, and new
short waists, good quality French
Hoys' Sailor and Vestee Suit, in plain army
blue, largo sailor collars. Also plaids and
checks in small collar vestee style. Open front
double-breasted vests. ICxtra well made and
lined trousers, all taped seams; good waist
bands. Sizes It to S years. The bust value
ever shown In an hourly sale. One f ip
hour Friday l.tJO
Nottingham Lace, white and ecru, w itli
corrugated pole, trimmed loop to mutch.
Regular price $1.50. Friday after
noon for one hour
Four double rolls for sides; three rolls for
coiling, IS yards border to paper a Cr
loom lllxM. Friday for 0110 hour.... OVC
JONAS LONG'S SONS.
"While there is not ait active buy
ing market as yet. it is expected that a
lively demand will soon come from both
New- England and the AVestorn cities.
Stocks at these points are ielatively
low and the cool weather has caused
heavier buying than is usual."
V- '- "
Today's D,, L. & W. Board.
The make-up of today's D I.. & W,
board is as follows:
THURSDAY, Al'Itll. Is.
Wild C.iN. i:.il S p. 111., 1". 1' Mcen; 10
p. 111., 11. ilUhin?.
II11DAV. Al'ilir. I'i.
Wild ( its. i:at 12 SO .1. 111.. .1. Ilnrkli.nl . ".
a. in., T. .McC.irthj; . .1, in., .1. .1. 0tc!l; S
j. in., W, A. Bartlieloinov: W a. 111., M. .1.
HcnniKtii; " ' '" A- "IH'tW"! l I1- "
C. Iluiiiniitt; 2 l. m V. llallet; ."1 j. 111., Uuinli
can; fi p. in.. It. Oatncr.
Summit'., Kte. 0 a. ni n-l. ,1. llrniilgaii; 7
1. 111., wft, OooiK1" rrountfll.il : 7 p. 111., iMst,
W. II. Sir hols ( I'. "' Jl. ' Cutisr: 7 p.
in., wen rem Cayiipa, Mclme; T p. m., we-t
from CayuKJ. Thump-on.
fiillei 10 a. 111., P. K. Pccor
t'usU'if-S .1. 111., Ilousci; 10 j. in, .. rm
nuty; ll.::U a. 111., Morauj 7 p, 111, .Mmpliy;
9 p. 111.. Uimpinft; t.l p. m W'i'liifr.
IMssfiiRcr Kntriuci 7 a. in.. fi.ittnc. ; 7 .1. 111.,
SiiiBTr: "'."0 1. in.. StJiitoir, 7 p. in., M.igou'iii.
Wild (.'Jlh. W'C5l' a. in., .1. II. MaMr-pi; 7 .1.
111,, .1, lilulry; '.' a, 111., .1. II. .Mi-tfi-; II a. 111.,
I'. J,. IIiwin; J p. in., (!. IV. D111111; H p. ni
K. McMUsKi: t !'. in.. M. CjinioOy; U p.
111., .1. A llrsli
(.'Aiiiliiiior Jl ISiuley "'ill 11111 .1. D'llaiaV ui-.t
on work lulu one day, 1'iiday, April in.
nrakrn.iii S ItJiinv. will ro out ltli T. .1.
TliomiHoii a rtamnaii, 7 p. m.. Sutiiiuit, Woo,
horn Cajnrru, TIihimIj.v, Apiil If.
W. II. Haitholiiiicw lll inn Pirk-np. Ilit.
in il.ai- nt .1. .'. IMilty. roiiniii'iiiiiii; l'l id.it,
Aint If, until fntiliu noli.c, ii-inj .1. '. bnllt'.t
This and That.
Uivlnlon Pas.senger A8'iit .1. S.
riwlslier, of the Central Uallioad of
New Jersey, was In t'arbondale yeslei
Tim Dickson Manufactuilng company
has received an order for live freight
engines from tho Foil Worth and lilo
Ol and railroad.
Tho main tracks In fiont or the.
Lackawanna passenger station are be
ing vali-od, preparatory to the exten
sion uf Urn passenger platform.
V01kmen aie busily engaged lueiect
hig the lulck a!ln for the new smith
shop, which will be used In conjunc
tion with the locomotlvii shops .u tho
T. . l.ee, general pasteuger asenl,
and "Dining liar" Smith, of the Lacka
wanna jallroad, passed lliimiKh Scian
tou yesterday on train No. 0, on their
way lo New York.
lieueral Yardmastur lloiu and As
sistant Yardmastor Kimwies, of Uo
bokcii, who figuted so prominently In
the local switchmen's strike, returned
to Now York yesterday.
Secretary John T, Dcmpsey, oj Dis
trict No, 1, Timed .Mlno Workers of
America, returned yesterday trnui
JIauisbuig. Other members of tho Ju
diciary committee will probably re
turn to llio city today and tomojrow,
Tho Krlo company Is putting on a
hleam shovel (o uncover tho upper or
rjttbon vein at tho llutler colliery, near
Cork Lane, and operate It ixa a "strip
ping," Tho vein Is from fifteen to
eighteen feet under tho surface and
about thirteen feat In thickness, Tho
tiact that can bo operated as a strip
ping is about fifteen acres In extent,
Industrial Agent AY. B. Hunter, Mus
ter Car Uulldor L. T. C'anflold, Divis
ion Passenger Agent 11. Ji. Smith and
Master Painter Miller, of tho Lacka
wanna railroad, were In consultatloa
in this city yesterday relative to the
transportation and trallie airange
ments and equipment necessary on the
road during the ran-Ameiican exposi
tion at Buffalo, which opens on May 1.
RA IL.ROA D TIME TABLES.
Delaware, Lackawanna, and Western
In Kftect Pre. 'J. 1000.
Poulli I.CHP ircrjiiton toi New Voik .it 1.10,
11.00 ,"i.50, MM and 10.01 a. in.; lifij, :!..i.l p. in,
l"oi- Philadelphia, at S.00 ami lO.ir, a. in.; I'.Vi
ami li.:W p. in. For Slroudiburg at H.10 p. 111.
Milk aicoiniiiDdilion at 3.40 p. in. Airitc at
llohokrn nt (ISO. 7.1i, 10.S3, liOJ, :i,i;t t.pj,
7.1'i p. m. Airivo at l'tnl-.dflpliia at l.iw, ",..'.,
ii.rm and f.UJ p. in. Airivo from New York ,ir
1,10, h. and 10.'.M 1. 111.: l.(W, 1..1J, 3.1,1, s.i;
and 31.;;0 p. 1:1, Fiom t-tioud-bniy at ).0 a.
North Leave f":r.nilon for Itnflalo and inii-r-mediate
stations at 1.IS, li.3) and D.OO a. m :
1..71, ii.lS .u,il U.a 1. ir. For Oattreo and
Miacuao al fl.:i3 a. In. and l..",j p. 711. For
ijtlca al 1.10 .1. rn. and 1.3,1 p. in. For .Von.
tin-c al IV) 11 in; 1.03 and 5.IS p, in. For
NicIioIkoi. al 00 and 0.11 p. 111. For liins
liamton at 10.20 a. in. Airitu in Srrantou from
tlnllalo at l,2"i, 2,.Vi. 3.1", and 10.00 .1. 111.; :i.)
and KW p. 111. F10.11 (ktvi'KO and Syracuse at
'J.33 a. 111.; I! 1' and J.f) p. in From Utlci
at 2,33 a. 111.; H.3S and i'M p. in. tiom
Nit hot-on a I T.Wi .1. in. and 0.00 p. m. 1'iom
M"ii:om al 10.0" .1. 111.; .".2(1 and 8.00 p. m,
lllnuiii'liini: Mti-lon Leatt S 1,1111011 for
Niiilliinnlji'iland, at (1.13, 10.03 .1, in.; 1.35 ami
3.J0 p. m. Fur Plymonth al 1.01, 3, 10, s.;o p.
in. For Kingston at S.10 a. m. Anite at
Nottlminliciland at D.33 a. in.; 1. 10, 5.00 and 8.13
p. 111. Auito it KIiiskIoii al S.3.! a, in. Anlvo
al riilnoiitli at '2.00, 4.M, H.l". p. 111. Arilti
hi f-'ciantnn fiom N'oilliuiiibcrliiml t O.il a. n.;
IJ.:13, t.30 and S.15 p. 111. Fiom Kliijjston at
11,0) a, 111. Fiom l'l) month at Tm .1, m. ; H.'.'O
and 3.R3 p. in.
South Leave hnanUm at 1.10, :.n0. 3.30, 10.03
p, in.; .!.a! and :.. 10 p, in,
V01 til 1.1.11 e 'minion at 1.1.1, n,rr a. in.;
i,r.-, 3.1 and U..I1 p. 111.
llUioin-biiri; Ditiiioi Uite Suunlon at ld.Oj
a. rn. and 1 S p. m.
Lehigh Valley Ralhoad.
In V.'UU Manli B. iroi.
For Mdladi'lplila and Nov Voilt tia ). k II.
It. I,'., at (l. and 11.33 a. in., ai.d 2. IS, I .'7
( ID.it k Diamond F.xrr-ss), ai.d U.U0 p. in, hu:i
da.is, 1). fc II. II, It.. 1..W, b.27 p. in
Fur White Ilairn, llik-lon and pilnoipal points
in tin. 10.1l ugioiij, ia 11, a: II, II. II,, 0 13,
2.18 and 1.27 p, 111. Fur I'otUtllle, 1.27 p. in.
For IVIlililii'in, Fasten, Itrnillng, II.uiIs'hiis
and pilmipal inliTinnlljle statioai tia 1). .V II.
It. II., (1.13, ll.Ti a, ill.; '.Mb, 1.27 (llUk Dia.
mond F.fpiea), ll.au p. 111. Sunday.s 1). L II,
II. It., I... f.,27 p. in.
For Tniikhanncil., Towanda, I'.lmlia, Ithaca,
Ci'iieta and pvincip il iiiti'imcdiilf nlalious O.i
P., Ii. .V W. It. it., 8.0a a. m.-, 1.01 and aMO
For ficiitta, llo-liviler. HurTalo, Niig.u.i Falls,
Chicago and all pinnts unt, via I). & II, It. It.,
11.33 a. in,, SM (Iliad, lliamond KNinirs), 7. IS,
10.11, II. Ml p. m. Minda), p. i. II. It. It.,
11.33, K.27 p. 111
I'ullinaii pallor and klecplus r Lclilsli Valley
p.ilon vai mi all iijIhi hcttveen Wllkm-ltaiio
and Now Vol!,, Philadelphia, llutlalo and &i
HOLMS II. W'lLtll'lt, cn Siipt., 20 Cortland
fcticct, Nov V01U.
Cll MILLS S. LKB. (.'en. IMS'. Asl , "" Cortland
sliect. New Veirl..
A IV. NON.NF.ilKilL'il. Pit. 1'a-s. AKt , S.utli
For tlikih and 1'iilliniii icfeitations apply to
"(i'i I.jiI.ju jiiua ateiinv, hn.mlon, I'a.
Delaware nnd Hudson.
In L'ttcct .Nor, 23, 1000.
'I'raim for Ciihondile leaie Mraiiton at ti.Ji)
",.', s.m. io.h a. m.: u.oo, .2o. u.ii, a.31
5.211, iii, 7.37. 0.11, 11.15 p, in,; ,i,j a, ,t
For llohi'rdJle-('.20. 10.1 a, in.; 2.4J and 5.20
PFoi' Wilkei Barn 0.11, 7.1S, S.I3, n.33. 10.1)
ll.Kl a. in.; 1.2S. -18, 3-'U, 4.27, 0.10.7.1S, 10.11
il.iJ) p. in.
For Ii. V. It. 11. pohiU (M3, 11.53 a. m.; 2.13
4.27 and ll.ia p. m. '
For lViiia.)ltanU It. It. polnts-0.43, 9.03 a.
111.: 2.13 and 1.27 p. in.
For Albany mid all points north 0.20 a. in.
and 'J.6i v. "
For Caiboud lie 0.00, 11,33 a. 111., ll, 3.33,
IS. 17, 10.52 1. "'
For Wllkrt.-BajTO-0.SS, 11.33 a. m.; J.S3, 3.23,
0.27, 8.27 p. in.
For Albany and points' north 3.32 p. m.
For lloiicMlale U.OO a. in. and 3.32 p. 111.
Lottivl rate to all points in United Mate?
.(. II. UUltDIOK, . I'. A., Albany, N. V,
II. W, CltOiS, V. I'. A., Scwutwi, I'a.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Schedule in Effect March 17, 1901.
Trains leave Scran ton:
6.45 a. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburp;, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and for Pitta
burg and the West.
9.38 a. in,, week days, for Hazleton,
and for Sunbury, Havrisburg1,
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash
ington and Pittsburg and the
2.18 p. m., week days, (Sundays
1.58 p. m..) for Sunbury, Harris
burg, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington and Pittsburg and
the West. For Hazleton, week
4.27 p. m., week days, for Sunbury.
Hazleton, Pottsville, Hnrrisburg-,
Philadelphia nnd Pittsburg.
.1. n. m'TCUINXiN, Oeii. Msr.
J. 11. WOOD, Oen. I'asi. ARt.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
Malions in Vow Ymk Foot of Libeily t-tieif,
V li.. and South Keny.
TIMI3 TM1I.K IN FI'FIXT NOV. 23, 1000.
Trains lento acunton toi Niw Yoil;, Nettailc,
FHzabi-th. 1'hiladclphi.i, Katon, lletlilehcin, Al.
lentown, Maneh Chunk and White Hatrn at S.:io
a. 111.; i'vpief L10; evpicw, ;i.r,i) j, Illt f-vii-djjv,
2.15 P- "'
For Fittfcton and WiIi.ik-1I.iiip, S,.';0 .1 m ; ,p)
did ::.00 p. m. Miiilat. 2.15 p. m.
For Ilaltiinoio and W .iMiIiibidii and points
South and t tla llellileliem, $. .1. m,; j.iq
and 3.30 p. m. homljj 2.13 p. in.
I'm- Lena; lli.-iiidi, Oaaii Giote, ek,, at S.C0
a. m. and 1.10 p. rn.
For Heading, Libanon and llaiiislnng:, th Al.
Irntattn, $.30 a. in, and 1,10 p. m, Mind,u.,,
2,1,1 P. m.
Kor I'otlstllle, S.30 a. 111. arid 1.10 p. m,
llnoiigh tlfkets to all jxiintR e.t, eouth and
writ at lowest rateK aL the .talloii.
II. I". HALDWIN. (Irii, Paw. Agt,
,1. II. OLIIAILN, (iin. Supt.
Is one slgual which foretells physical
decay. Another is pale lifeless .skin.
The muscles shrink and become flab
by; the liody becomes emaciated, and
theie is an early tendency to round
shoulders. The .step lacks elasticity,
the nerves become weak; mental and
physical activity are a burden.
This condition is called A'f irons De
bility; il is cured by the utc of
They feed the hungry nerves, revive
the weakened organs and make life
brighter and sweeter to any man or
woman who has suffered from physical
$1,0U per box: ( boxes (with legal
guarantee- to cure or refund the moucy),
S3 00. Ilookfiee. I'imi. MumciNC
Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
For Bale ly John IL Phelps, Pharmacist, corner
Wjomins avenue and Spruce street.
WILLI AflS & ficANULTY
126 Washington Avenue-
Capital $200,000. Surplus $500,000,
United States Depositary.
Business, personal and sav
ings accounts invited.
L 111$ IS
3 per cent, interest paid on
Open Saturday evenings
from S to 9 o'clock.
Wm. Connell, President
Henry Bei.in, Jr., Vice Pres.
Wm. H. Peck, Cashier.
Places In' Virginia
Can be comfortably and easily
reached by the
Steamers sail dally except Sunday from Pier 21,
North Ilivcr, foot ot Beach street, New York, for
Old Point Comfort
and Washington, D. C.
Connecting for All Points South and West.
1 Inough Tickets returning from Washington
by rail or water.
For full information apply to
OLD DOA1INION STEAA1SHIPCO.
Sl-85 Beech St., New York.
rhIUilrlpfcU I'a. Only (Jtrtaia NprrialUt tni
iaerlci. (iuarmtm to ear iliu br mill rrh&tci
Dbffcm, Eieici Abut, niood roUon. Rrrioai!
altlBi. L'ndrfrloBMinti A Shrunkm Orcim.
4Frrhrurt cairil 4 to 10 it7.3fl yfin firtf Ileal fe A yrani I
IhoaplUl txpt rfut ! Irrmiwj, Sb4 for book "Tmtb"oii I
Ipdubk ttry rdlctl ft olrrtrlfal frand. If tall on t bl paperT I
I i O i 0 i 0 m 4
486 to 455
K. Ninth Streat,
Telephone Call. 23i3.
I0SIC POWDER CO,
Boms 1 audi, Oomim BT4'g.
nining and Blasting
Moolo and BaiaJkl Wotlu,
LAPLIN RAND POWDBR COS
ORANQE QUN POWDER
etrle Battartei, Elaotrlo K
splodlns blajU, Safety :
Zleetrle Battartei, Elaotrlo Eznlodwi,
Reiaunc Chemical Co.'s
Riches in Your Grasp,
That's what nu can IniiiR by joinins r-he Pro
plo'.s IViiinieKial aMStrlatioii. ft brings ti jour1
iloor aiicncics, IiuJiiK" oiipoitiinlties and loa'h
of mill. A "Goil nl" to asents. St'lid a ln-j
mil luVcu for i.iiticul.ir.-.
PKOlT.K'ri COMMCIll'IArj ASOCIATIOX,
BUY THE GENUINE
SYRUP OF FIGS
CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO.
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Erie and Wyoming' Valley.
Timo Table In Hltect Sept. 17, lOOd.
Tialna for lUuloy aii'l Iwal points, omiei r
Intf at ILrnlfy witli Kil railroul for cw Yoil,,
NuwburR nnd IntcniwIUIe points, vtc ?ciuii.
Ion at T.0.1 a, in. ami '.'."5 p. m.
't'ralru uniic l ."-cr.mtou at lO.tlO a, m, and
MO p. m,
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, C. ANDERSON,
A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL!
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tVMch our next advartlsamont.
A Tablespoonful to a Gup.
' IS THE RULE POR MAKING COPPEE,
BUT OF A TABLESPOONFUL OF
Li on Coffee
vill ive ytJti stronger coft'eo Hum a tablespoonful
ol' any otlaT kind. Here is where you save money I
USE LION COFFEE !
Ahvsiys insist upon getting it, LION COFFEE
is absolutely pure, ami not a coffee which js glazed
or coated with egg mixtures or chemicals in order
to hide imperfections.
In every package of LION COFFEE you will find a fully illustrated and descriptive list. No hoiihckeeper, Jn
fact, no woman, nun, boy or girl will fail to find in the list some article which will contribute to their happiness,
comfort and convenience, and which they may have by simply cutting out n certain number of Lion Heads from
the wrappers ofnir one pound sealed packages (which is tho only form in which this excellent coffee is sold).
W00L50N SPiCB CO., TOLEDO, OHIO.