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THE .SOBANTON TBiptJBM1?0Yf MAX' 'IT, 19,02.'
Imparts that peculiar lightness, sweetness,
and flavor noticed in the finest cake, short
cake, biscuit, rolls, crusts, etc., which ex
pert pastry cooks declare is unobtainable
by the use of any other leavening agent.
Pure, healthful, highest in strength.
ROYAt BAKINO POWOW CO.,
Concluded from Page l'J.
town in Syria, Hid residence of the Homan,i;ov:r
iiors of that prmlncc, was delected to to the
new center of Christian activity, four hundred
miles north of Jerusalem, It mi wholly freed
from those Influence which would make the new
trillion a reformed Judaism. The church, planted
slioul the time of Stephen's martjrdom (Acts
M, 1), had rapidly increased in numbers and
influence, and the disciples, as a mark cf their
ndvanccd thought, were there first cillcd Chris
tlins. (Act!', .l, W.) Uesldci there were the
iminont ministers who Iml come to labor with
the church, Lin t li prophet and teachers (vrne 1),
those whn were very eloquent speakers and th03C
.who wcic well weed In .Vilpture. Simeon .'.nd
l.uclus and ilanaeii were there, the last named
being the fo-ter brother of Herod, and to these
wore added lljrnab.i and Siul, after their return
from Jerusalem. (Acts, xll, 23.)
SEPARATION'. rive able minuter in one
church, preachlns, teaching;, praying, counseling,
would certainly tome to cnliiKtd'vicus of the
pD-pel. lTiirrntuiiiecI bv Hip convrvatlsm of the
apoillcs. they were reidy tor any new departure.
At length the i-anie tplrlt which had been
Iiouiri! on the diwiples at Pentcrol (Acts, 11, 2)
poke to the church. (Verses 2 and ;:.) The com
mand was Riven to separate two' ef the Are to
the work to which they were called, that cf for
clan mission?. Paul had been designated to that
Held .it the lime of his conversion (Aetp, il, 1),
lut now Barnilw is menlloned with him and
before him. As in sendinc out the tntlie (Mirt,
, 7), so now, companionship In service was
clremed important, 'lie i hutch at Antioch
obfjed the voice of Gcd, without consulting; tho
church at Jerusalem, or even the apc.tle.-i The
tcirmony of ordination was very simple there
w is fa.-tinj.', prjjer, and the imposition of baud",
the foini inploed in consecrating the deacons.
(.Acts, vi, U.)
DEPAiTniHE. Harnibdi and Paul went forth
under the piomptinc and guidance of the Holy
Spirit. (Vcises 1 and 5 ) Their journey was
lirst directed tow.iid the Maud of Cyprus, the
former hoi'.o of llnrnalias. (Ael, iv, SO.) OH
pinally colonized by the Phoenicians, Cyprus was
the early meeting plate of oriental and Greek
forms cf social life. At the time it must have
bad, a large population, because in a revolt half
a century liter, more than tv.-n bundled thou
und lives were lo't. (See CaiiH.) Proceeding
Jo Selencia, the scapoit of Antioch, the two nils
(.inuarics sailed acioss tin? tti and landed at
Sjlamis, on the southern coast, the capital of the
island In the cha of historic (iroeee. The cros
pel had erotic thete before them (AcU, l, 10 20),
with whit lesult. wc do not Know, but they
entered into the Fynagojiic of the .lens .md
preuhid. No record is made of tln-e Ialors,
peihap-i license I.nke, the hUtniian, only intend
id to The account of missions dncctcd toward
the G ntlli-s
PAPHOS. 1'iom Salamw Dirnalias and Saul
Journejed westward to the cMmiiity of the
island, a distance of a hundiid miles. They
may haie halted at Citium. the birthplace of
Vends, the Stole, but no incident is recorded un
til they reailii'd the town cf I'.ipho-, a busy
haven with an etensie commerce. This place
is celebrated as the soit of worohip of the god'
ilrta' Venus, who, it was claimed, came out of
llic tea. The orgies p-rformed in her honor vveie
both degrading and icvolting. Heic lived Ser-
gius Paulns, the pro-comul, a man cf unusual
menial ablMti, as Calen, a (.reek phjsiciau, in
forms ii,i. The cducstod Itoinins of tint day
wire diri itMinl with the national lelieion, and
hen'o ih' iu lot sni hid taken Into his home as
ii tcacih'i, ,i Ji'wish impo-tor, named Bar-Jwia,
who hid .uri gated to himself the title Klyma,
oi Wizard. (Vcics 0 and V.)
OPPOSITION. Tlie nme feelings which led
Serglus Paulus to domicile the t.oiecrer induced
bim (o invite the mKloniiiiM on their arrival.
Hut the position of soothsayer In the pro-consul,
liort lived to it was (CissliM declares that all
Mjch appolntmenls li-led but one year), wis too
(lUtlngul-hcd and lucrathc to be abandoned with
nut a Miugglc, (Voue 8) Hlrmas therefoie
ought to turn the deputy away from the faith.
An open contioicify was the lemilt, an argument
in whlih the aits of the pretendci were, pre
(.eiittd in confliit with the principles of the
trope 1. This was the first lime that Christianity
bid met the hcathmi world, and an opportunity
was caTticd for the display of the piety and
m liolarthlp cf .Hie men who reprejentcd ClirUt.
KSI'OM'BK. Saul came to Hie front, FhO'ving
tiluuelf hiijit rlqr to bis companion. It Tniulred
Much concise to withstand one who occupied a
position of high ronsldeiation in the household
of a noble Itoman, but the apostle did not shri'lk
fiom the eiicounler, Ki well did to conduct him
Klf on this (H'cision tlut he was afterward called
Paul (ten- 0), it being customary to sigmll?a
great events by upphing new ntmc. As tbc
M'irlt tif r.ljmas appeared more dearly, I'nul wc
tilhsl wllh burning Indignation, fixing his
tleady ga.ee upon the sori'Trr, he osi'lalmed!
"Oh, full of all guile and lilllany, thou child of
Hits doll, thou fo of rlghttoi'sne-V (Verse 10.)
Having exposed the h.ipotiitc by this hligl'tli'it
Invective, lis predicted Hie Judgment of Ood.
'Jhc denunciation took effirt. Ullndness reJTed
upon the man and he icaihed out his hands for
cotno one to lead lilm. (Verse 11.)
Iti:iJi:r, This startling display of power, fol
lowing the discussion, made a strong Imprcsaion
tion tho prn-ioRkiil, (Vcre IS.) We have jio
iiieaas of dctirmluing the nature of his belief,
whether ft was deep-ncated and permanent.
Probably he gave rr.ly an Intellectual a-"nt to
the truths uttered ly Paul. Hut that result waa
liy no means unimportant. Thu gospel Is tlrst
tif all a b,v(rni of doctrine, and (lie mind it till
proper ilooivvay to the heart. In the conquest of
the world to Christ tho outposts have been taken
when that doctrine has been received. Kcrsliu
rauliis vl) forever be' a better man, inoro friend
ly to Christianity, because the truth has been
Btecpted, even though ho does not surrnder l.a
life to Christ or entir the church. If tlie Intel,
leet pf 1 Ionian rulers) van be swaved, then Rome
itself, and the millions dominated by her, will
enter the l.ingdom"of Immanuel, ,
CO NXT.USION, -Leaving; Paphcs and tailing;
northward, Paul and Uarnabai (for their names
are now transposed) came to PeTga, in Paraphilia
, Whooping Cough.
'J'tila Ih a very dangerouB disease, un
less properly treated, statistics' show
that there ure more deatb.8 from It
than from fccarlet fever, .All danger
jriay be avoided, however, by giving
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, it
liquifies the tough mucus, making it
easier to expectorate, keeps the cough
loose, and makes the parowlwVr
coughing less (frequent on,fMitsvere.
It hus been used in many epidemics of
this disease with perfect success. For
ale by oil druggists.
100 WILLIAM ST., NEW YOrtK.
(Art.-, il, 10) and Mark returned to Jerusalem
(verso 12), much to the displeasure of Paul
(Acts,, xv, 38.) It la on interesting; tact that
Barnabas returned to Cyprus (Acts, xv, H9) some
seven years later, but Paul never visited the
island again, nor did he ever refer t it In his
letters. Much was gained, however, by this first
visit, paut's ability as a leader was made mani
fest. Tills was really the beginning of his Illus
trious career. Afterwards he stands in Ills right
ful place as the one chosen of (tod to defend the
faith against the errors of the time. It was ap
parent also that he and Barnabas could not labor
together, the latter Inclining to the Jewish field.
Above all, the first i-lgnal victory was achieved
among the On! lies, in the utter defeat of the
poreercr, nnd in the conviction of the pro-consul,
promise of the results to be gained In the yran
following, in which (he gospel must triumph
throughout the empire.
Submitted by the Scianlon Boaid of Trade.
SPAIN Itcnj. n. Ridgley, consul to Maliga,
writes: "As a matter of Ii.tcrc3t to American
builders nnd projcctois of electric rallwajs in
Europe, 1 would report that ,t meeting of the
ttockholdets of the- Orense nnd Vigo lliilway
company will shortly be held, to discuss a plan
for applying electrical tracticn not only to the
lice (P2'4 miles in length) from Vigo to t'r
tense, but to all the various lines of the import
ant province of ..alieia. There Is a large water
fall in the midst of these lines, and it is proposed
to utilize this for producing power, beginning
first on tho line connecting the important seaport
of Vigo with the large interior town of Orinse.
This proposition would recm to suggest an oppor
tunity for American electrical railway contrac
tor, as well as for manufacturers of electrbal
railway machinery, devices, and tolling (stock.
II may be ald incidentally that there is a strong
feeling in Spain in favor of the American sys
tem of electrical traction, us well as of Amcrl-uii
lolling stock, and if it should be decided to in
troduce electrical ti action as widely as is pro
posed, it icotna to inc that Americans interested
in such ventures would do well to look into the
VENEZUELA Consul Coldschmiot sends the
followirg data from La Guayra: "There arc tluce
electric plants urn by water in Venrmela j the
principal one is located at El Encantada, ten
miles from Caracas'. Puring the rainy season it
develops 400 horsc-powei, but from December to
April this is reduced to 100 or leas, as in the
dry months the water I tused for irrigating the
adjoining lands. This enterprise was organised in
1807 with a capital of about S:00,000 gold. Thiec
vertical turbines aic employed, and the pcneratois
are alternating current, and develop power of
5,000 volt. Host of tho apparatus is of Swiss
manufacluie; the wires eamo fion Italy. The
power developed i used by Email coin mills;
11L-0 by printing offices, coffee-mills, etc. At
night, it is einplojcd to light Caracas, 12 cents
per horse-power jwr i ight being paid for tills
puipose. The other industrial concerns pay from
0 to BO cents per horse-power per day of ten
hemrs. The. company is now erecting a new plant,
114 miles farther away, at a point where there
is n waterfall nf SOO feet. When this new station
is finished, the company expects to obtain 1,300
.horse-poner. Another enterprise Is at Mctlda
(State of Los Andes). Thin was established about
two years ago, to light the city; only about 150
horse-power is elcv eloped. All tho machinery is
of American make, and direct current."
RUSSIA W. R. Ilollcvvay, consul general at St.
Petercbtirg. writes: "'Ihc" Russian government
has appointed a commission to investigate agri
cultural methods and the condition of the peas
antry in Russia, with a vifw to Improving both.
For some jears past, the cffoits of tho minister of
finance have, been directed to the development of
manufacturing industne-s; but tho results, owing
to lack of experience in management as well as
to the dearth of skilled labor, have failed to meet
expectations. The present stringency In the
money market and the depression m all ilasse3
of business, combined with continued failure rf
Lrops in manv provinces and the icniltlng fam
ine, lure induced Ruwiau authorities to turn
their attention to the study of means for im
proving and developing the millions nf acres of
land upon which tubtist 90 per cent, of the
126,000,000 people of the Umpire. The powers ac
corded the commission are the widest, nnd it is
authorised to present proposals for bettering
agriculture find agricultural labor In every way
Switchmen's General Committee.
Tho general committee of the Lacka
wanna pystem concluded the week's
session here, yesterday. Anions: tho
matters considered was the course the
switchmen would pursue if called upon
to handle non-union coal.
A proposition relating to this matter
was formulated to be submitted to a
vote of the different lodges.
S,, L, and W. Board for Today,
Following Is tho make-up of the
Delaware, Lackawanna & Western
board for today:
SATURDAY. MAY 17.
rusher-. 0 a. m Wldner; 11.45 j. m., Moran;
7.30 p. m., Murphy; 0 p, m., W, II, llartholo
mew, Helpers 1.S0 a, tn Jfcflorern; 7 a. m,, Caff,
ney; 10 a. m., Sccor; 3.30 p. in., Stanton,
M, J. Hcnnigan will go to HoboLen Monday a.
m. and report to superintendent.
This and That.
Superintendent' Hlxson and Principal
Engineer Bush, of tho Lackawanna
railroad bridges and buildings depart
ment, returned''from a trip over the
northern division yesterday,
The regular monthly meeting of tho
Lackawanna Hallroad superintendents
was held In New York yesterday, It
wan attended .by Superintendents
Clarke, Rlne'ond Casey,
Lackawanna Eailroad Popular Ex-
curaloa to'VUgar IfalU.
On May I9th the ticket agents of
the lAckawanna railroad will eel)
special round trip tickets to Niagara
Falls good going on any train on the
above date and for return up to and
Including June 1 at the extremely low
rate of 8 66 for the round trip, which
will be .from i Scran ton. Children-be-tween
the agts of five and twelve years
one-half of the adult rate. '""
Wall Street Review.
New York, May 10. The conspicuous Oalure ol
today's wrjk ttocle matktt was entire lack of tny
supporting demand at any stage of the decline.
Even the room shorts, who almost Invariably
tfiver short contracts at the tnd of a ilay of de
clining pnic, showed no imlleltude about cov
erlng, ami the maikct secmd entirely to lack
resiliency. The liquidation was not heavy, but
such m It was, was very general. While the
decision of tho anthracite miners for a strike was
the ostensible r.lme nf the weakness, the depres
sion was not confined to the coalers, nor was it
particularly conspicuous there. Heading, early.
led the-list In point of activity, but allowing lor
Its halt shares, the'sales were but little ;n ex
cess of those of Union Pacific. Tim three point
decline in Reading was fairly attributable to (he
fact that It has been selected as the representa
tive of recent speculative confidence tn the coal
trade outlook. .The other coalers shared about
equally the weakness of the general market, which
Is represented by quite uniform losses of from
1 to 3 points. The undevlating assurance that
there would be no strike, which has been ex.
preved throughout the period since a strike was
threatened by all representatives of the control
ling Interests In the 'coalers leaves no room for
doubt that the final decision to strike vsa
surprise. Confldciicc in a favorable outcome of
the struggle to the benefit of the coal operators
continued lo be expressed In Wall street today.
Hut this could not alter the general Impression
that a prolonged and tcrlous struggle is in pros
pect. It did not ncd tho formal announcement
by President Mitchell, of the purpose of the
miners to make the strike a national mining
strike to awaken anxiety over the potsiblo exten
sion of the labor trouble by sympathy Into other
fields and especially Into the bituminous coal
fields. The collateral effects nf such an exten
sion arc easy to understand, hut difficult to esti
mate. -The effect upon the iron nnd steel Indus
tries already struggling with scarcity of material
of all kinds, would bo most notable. The iron
nnd steel stocks shared in the general weakness.
Reports of an advance of four dollars n ton In
the price of southern iron rather strangely added
to the depression as It Is felt that the mainten
ance of the high level of consumption Is depend
ent upon the sustained steadiness of the price.
Attention was given aIo to the estimate of the
Iron Ago that the producing capacity of pig Iron
for the country would be increased 30i),000 tons
this vear. nnd 4.000.000 tons bv the end of 1003.
Tho market closed Inanimate at about the lowest.
Total sales today, 400.60O shares.
Bonds were dull and irregular. Total sales,
par value, $2.3(jO.O0O. United Statea bonds were
all unchanged on the last call.
The following quotations are furnished Th
Tribune by Haight k Freese Co., 3H310 Mean
ouiiaing. tv. i. uunion, manager.
upen. Jinn. low.
Amal. Conner (13
Am. Car & foundry.... 30
American Ice 1S'4
American Ice, IV. .... 01 '4
American Locomotive .. 3114
Amcr. Locomotive, Pr... 0274
Am. Smelt. & Ref g. Co. 4S15
American Sugar 127
Anaconda Copper 112
Atchison, Pr 0714
Halt. & Ohio ICOli
Brook. Rap. Transit .... Co3
Canadian Pacific 127-H
Cites. & Ohio 46'4
Chic. & Alton 3714
Chic. H Gt. West 29V4
Chic., Mil. i- f... Paul. .108
Chic, R. I. & Pacific. ..172
Col. Fuel & Iron 100'i
Col. & fsoulhern 201s
Del. & Hudson 1734
Pale R. 11 Srt'-l
Erie, Isi. Pr M14
Erie, 2d. Pr .V2
UnckJng Valley Mli
minois Central TS2i
Kansas City ,V Southern. 3314
Louis. &. Nashville ....140s4
.Met. Street Ry. H"'i
Mexican Central 27"s
Missj.. Kan. Tex 23'.4
Mo Kan. & Tex., Pr... 56
Missouri Pacific- HO3!
'. V. Central loG'4
Norfolk & Western .V?i
Ontario & Western 2-4
Pacific Mill 3S14
Penna. R. R Ut
People's Gas 102
Reading Ry. l?i
Reading, 1st. Pr. S3
Reading, 2d. Pr. OS
Republic Steel 17'i
Republic Steel, Pr 73
St. Iiouis & Sin l'r.in... 00)4
Southern Pacific G314
Southern It. R 374
South. K. It., Pr. 0"
Tenn. Coal fc Iron M'i
Texas & Pacific 1114
Union Pacific 10114
Union Pacific. Pr. S7ls
IT. S. Leather 1314
IT. S. Leather, Pr. .... fit' 4
IT. S. Steel 4034
U. S. Steel, Pr. OO's
Wabash, Pr 44
Western Union Tel 0114
Wi-eonsln Central 2ii',4
Total sales 430,300. Money ."ft.
CHICAGO CHAIN AND PROVISION MARI.LT.
NEW YORK COTTON MARKIX
Open. High. Low.
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
STOCKS. Bid. Asked.
Laclawannt Hairy Co., Pr. ea
County Savings Rank & Trust Co.. 300
Kirst National Hank (Carbondale) coo
Third National Rank 650
Dime Deposit and Discount Bank... 300
Ceonomv Mcht. II. li 1. Co in
Flrit National Rank 1300
Iacka. Trust & Site Deposit Co.... 105 ,,,
Clark k Snover Co.. lr 12J
Scranton SaviiiKa lltnl; 500 ...
Trader' National Bank 225
Scranton Holt & Nut Co 125 ...
People' Bank , 135
Scranton Packing Co $
Scranton Pa&bcutrer Kallivay, first
Mortgage, due 1020 U5 ...
People's Street Hallway, tlrst mort
gage, due 1018 H3 ...
People's Street Railway, Central
mortBaee, due 1921 lis ...
Rcranten Traction 0 per cent 115 ...
Economy I.iht, Heat & Power Co., ... 07
North Jerbcy k Pocono lee Co 07
Consolidated Water Supply Co 105
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrected by H. 0. Dale, 27 Lackawanna Ave.)
Rutter Fresh creamery, 25c.; fresh dairy, 21o.
ErasNearby, ISc-i western, 171te,
Marrow Beans Per bushel, 2.35a2.10.
Green Peas Per buiheln, 1,75.
Potatoes Per bushel. 81.00.
Onions Bermudas, 2.25 per crate.
New York Grain and Produce Market
New York, May 10. Flour Dull, taut steady,
although a thadc lower to sell. Wheat Spot
easy; No. 2 red, S&Hc. elevator, and nolle, f. .
b. afloat; No, 1 Northern Duluth, 83He. f.
li. afloat. Op to the 'last hour wheat wis well
uktalneil and higher. The cIomi vvjs UaiSc net
lower. May closed bOlie'.; July, b0?4c,i Sept.,
78c; Dec,, 7u?4c. Corn Spot weak; No. 2,
OUTsc, elevator, and B0c. f, o. li. afloat. Option
nurkct was vvcjk throughout, closlntr Hilv. net'
lower. May tlosed 0S14u.; July, cay,r,i Sept.,
0514c; Dec, 5214c Oats-Spot quiet. No. 2.
10c; No. 3, 45Vjc; No. 2 white, OlSc: No.
3 white, Ole.; track mixiil western, 47alSc,;
traek white, 6014a5.V. tlptlons cpilct and lower
with corn. Butter Film; rreamciy, 201ia2214c.;
taetory, lOa'JOliii. ; it'iiovjlcd, J9a2tc; imitation
creamery, 1014a21c; statu dairy, 20a22c. Cheese
Finn; new, stato full cream, rmall colored
and white, eliolec, 12c; laigc, colorid, llc;
large white, 11'iallHc Eggs Steady; state and
I'inii.vlvuiiU, 7c; vustein, lOHaUHc; south
Chicago drain Market.
Chicago, My 16. Good crop prospects ruled. the
quiet grain pits today. Trade was almost entirely
professional in character and although wheat hud
a few bullish Influences lower prices were He
general rule. July wheat clooed c. lower; July
corn, 4aTc lower, and July cats, Kalic up.
Provisions doted 214 to 714 cents deprtssjd.
Cash quotations were as follows!
Flour bteauy; :o. 3 spring wheat. 72ia751ic;
No. 2 red, b2c; No. 2 oats, mial3ic; K0. j
white, 4514c; No. 3 while, 45tt.c; No. 2 or.
0014c; fait to choice malting. 09a72c: No. ,1
tlaiircd, 1 COf No. I northwestern, H.77; priinn
ti-uothy teed, 0.40; bich pork, per birrtl, 1T.U
,17.80j , . Urd, per 100 pound, I0.32?410.8S!
short .ribs, o.f6af.f0t shoulders, BaStfc.i short
clear side, 10.40iinro.
Chicago tiro Stoek'Market.
'Chlcsgo, Mav lft'.-Caftt"Reeelpt, .1,500, In
eluding 600 Te-xansj , active, steady! good to
prime steerr, 7a7.M; poor to medium. -"ia(l.60t
stockera and feeders, fUna.l.fiO; conn, Jl.00.rt.21t
heifers, $2.7rsA,riOi nrnnms, $1.50)2.50! bull,
t.73aS.7A -calves, $2s7( Texas fed stceM, ?5.j0
Hogs Receipts, todsy, 27,0001 tomottov, 20,
OOOj left over, 3,000; A to 10 cents higher!
close stetdy! mixed and butchers, tl.00a7.30!
good to choice heavy, 7.30a7.4714l roughs heavy,
ao-.05a7.20j light, 6.78a7.05! bulk of sales, V
a 7. 25.
Sheen Recelnla. A.noOi sheen, strong! lamlut.
utrong to 10c. higher! good to choice wethers,
ifOaileVOj western sheep, (s1.&oan.50! native lamhs,
J8.50a0.83! v?csl"Hi lambs, J5.50a0.83i Colora
do lambs, tops, 17,30.
Buffalo !iive Stock Market.
East Buffalo. May 10. Cattle Receipts, light!
steady to strong. Veals Receipts, 150) tops,
ffl.50a"; fair to good, fo.GOaO; common and
lion Rccelnts. fl.R'iO! falrlv active nt decline
of 10a20c. from yesterday's prices! heavy, S7.40
n.oztt; mcaium, a7.3u-t7.su; pigs, u.uvu,
roughs, $0.7oa7; stags, $5.25a6.75.
Sheep and lambs Receipts, 7.400". shfep.steadyi
lambs,- active and strong, and lOalJc. higher; top
lambs, 97,25a7.33! fair to good, SC.7tVi7: mill
and common, sM.SSaR: yearlings, 96.25afl.50i
sheep, mixed tops, 5 75j0 fair to good, ,6a
C.50; culls and common, t)3ai,75.
East Liberty Xive Stock.
East Liberty, May 16. Cattle Steady! choice,
8.f5a7.25 prime, 8.50afl.80; good, $3.R0a50.
Hogs Lower! prime heavy hog, ?7.tOa7.45i
besf mediums, )7.30a".35i heavy yorkers, $7.25a
7.30; light do., 97.10a7.20i pigs, S0.8Oa7j
roughs, ?."o0 80.
Sheep Steady; prime wethers, J)5.0Oa5.75;
culls ami common. J2.00a3.50: choice lambs,
$0.C5a0.85; veal calves, $0.50a7.
Oil City, May 1G Credit balances. $1.20; cer
tlflcates, no bid. J Shipments, 8C.1W; average,
08,823. Runs, 03,807; average, 70,029.
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FOR INVESTMENT OR ON MARGIN
We offer, to yield About
5 per cent.,
(Total Issue, $i,ooo,ooo)
BUTTE ELECTRIC 4 POWER CO.
5 per cent. 1st Mortgage Sink
ing Fund Gold Bonds.
Denomination $1000, '
Maturing; 1 to 30 years.
Rudolph Klcybolte & Co.
1 NASSAU STREET,
NEW YORK CITY.
Six Eagles Minis
An investment opportunity of ex
traordinary merit. It is the best
known mining property in the state
A Developed Working nine
Not a Prospective Proposition.
A limited amount of stock is now
being offered to raise money for im
provement in equipment and gener
al development of the property.
Awarded Bronze Medal
At the Fan-American Exposition at
Buffalo last season.
Stock now selling at $ ,50 a share.
The price will soon be advanced. Get
in now on the ground floor.
Write for full particulars,
SIX EAGLES MINING CO
1208 Orozier Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.
make nana HONEY,
It yoar Income sufficient? If not, and you
re iiuilous to Inrrrusalt, write me. fitting
wbut amount you ru'i Invist, I o ty$io.anil
I w II write you H inter of r vice Fr n For
yrursl bvdone uothlng- excert study let
mauls. I know 1 c iiH-icasuyoiirinuimeby
C nlntlng out :( tuvesttueuu, hitherto uu
uown . ANDREW l BUSH, lavestnunt Broker,
Beau Utt'iaot rprlagdeld, Miss
Connolly & Wallace
Scranton's Shopping: Center
1 23, 1 25, 1 27 and 1 29 Washington Ave.
Money is money, but it's
worth more at Connolly &
Wallace's than anywhere
Women's TailorMade Suits
$5.00, $7.50, $10.00, $12.50
Just 62 in this lot to sell at these prices, all made of chev
iot, broadcloth or Venetian, in the styles that are good this
spring. Some have Eton Tackets, some have blouses, some of
the jackets fit in the
are good, some ilare, some are pleated,
The suits are both plain and fancy.
such reductions in
The Suits at $5.00 were formerly sold at from $10 to $15
Those at $7.50 are worth from $15 to $20
The $10.00 Suits are worth from $20 to $25
And the $12.50 lot were priced from, each $25 to $35
The High-Grade character of Connolly & Wallace Suits is
well known and they must appeal to you at these deep cut prices
SALE NONA ON.
Connolly & Wallace.
A GOOD INVESTMENT S
FINANCE, SEGORITY & TRUST GO.
ORGANIZED FEBRUARY 24th, 1902.
CAPITAL, . . $500,000
Offers for sale to the public a limited number of shares of its capi
Par Value $10.00, at $6.00 Per Share
The general public rarely has an opportunity to Invest in a security
similar to this, at least not until those on the "INSIDE" are ready to
sell at a profit, therefore conservative investors will appreciate this as an
unusual opportunity to secure a good, safe, paying investment at first cost.
No Preferred Stock or Bonds
The company starts business on a permanent dividend-paying basis.
President, V. H. 8. LITTLETON
Treasurer, SA.MllliL MtOWNK
Secr'y and (ien'l Mngr. t'HAS. U. BAGIIUAX
SAMUEL BROWNE, 311-12 Ar-
Formerly General Manager Ile.il INtitp
Title- Insurance and Trust Company,
WM.F.THAOHEB, Florence, N. J.
Owner Florenra Tlnead Company, Mngr.
II. I). Wood J; Co.
O. H. S. LITTLETON, 311-18 Ar
Heal Instate Operator and Dulldcr.
J. E. HENDRICKSON, 30th nnd
Market Sts., Fhilada.
.1. i:. llendrlikson k Co., Mngr. Phila
delphia Maiket House and Cold btoiage
Waul, .'Will and Market Streets.
JOHN WELSH OROSKEY, M. D.,
IWl-33 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia
Checks, drafts or money orders
Finance. Security and Trust Co.,
Arcade Building:, City Hall Square, Philadelphia.
For ftirfripr nnrtlrnlars urltn fnr nrnnpr.ftii!. ?. S. P5RRMAM 7IA
I. -. ........ , ... . .,... .,
Connell Building, Scranton, Pa.
BANFF tho LAKES in tile CLOUDS.
YOHO VALLEY, the GREAT CJLA
OIER a region deHorlbed by Whym
j)or, th tonquerpr of tho Mutterhorn,
as ftfty or frlsty Swltzerlantla lolled
Into one reached only by tho
Canadian Pacific Railway
Dully transcontinental train service
throughout tho year from Toronto
una Montreal. IMPERIAL LIMITED,
crossing the continent In 97 hours,
leaves Toronto and Montreal (con
menclng June 15th next, every Sunday,
Wednesday und Friday. Hleeplng and
dining curs attached to all through
First-class hotels In the mountnlns.
Swiss- guides ut the principal points.
For rates, etc., apply to nearest ugent
of the C. P. R., or to E. V. Skinner, 353
Broadway, New York.
Passenger Traffic Manager, Montreal, j
back, all are lined
fine Tailor-Made Suits
A. L. WANAMAKER, Attorney
Ind Title Building, Philadelphia.
CHAS. V. BACHMAN, 311-12
Arcade Building, Fhilada.
Formerly General Agent iml Adjuster
(or the LlojcN.
BOARDMAN REED, K. D., Pro
1S31-3J Chestnut .Strut. Philadelphia.
JOHN I. SCOTT,4403 Pine Street,
GARDNER W. KIMBALL, Wil
f-ecr'y and Treas. lW.waio Trust Co.,
should be made payable to the
r.r.... , , . . ,
IN OIL STOCKS I
WILLIAM B. KINU&CO.
Members of IIcjiihIoii (Toxus) oil Stools Ex.
clmntio solicit urilurs,
RAILROAD TIME TABLED.
Lehigh Valley Railroad,
1.1 l.ll.'l.t, .NOV, 3, 1V01,
'liuins le.ito Acunton,
For Philadeliihia and New York la T). It II.
It. It,, at U.3 .nnd ::i a. in., and 2.13, 1.27
llllack Diamond fhnr-as), und 1I.3J n, m. bun.
uajs, 0. k 11. II. It., 1.5S, 8.27 p. m,
For While linen, llaileton and piinciial points
iu the cual icsloiu, Ua 1), & II. li. it., 6 3s, i.li
and 4.27 V- '" t'01' Pottville, 0.3S a. in., 2.13
For lUthlehem, Laiton, lltadliiff, HairUhurt;,
and principal inUrmedUte ttations, -ia I), k 11,
It. II., '1.36, U.3S a. in.; 2.1b, t..'7 (IllaiL Uia.
mond Cxpiesi), 11.30 i. ni. sunUjjj, 1), u.
It. It., 0.38 a. m.t 1.SS b.27 p. ni.
For TunUhannock, 'iowanda, Ulmlra, Ithaca,
Geneva and prlmlpal intermediate nation, vlj
p., U and W, l- K., S.10 a, m. and 3.50 p. in.
For Geneva, Itocheitir. HuiTalo, Mafara Falls.
Chicago and all points vust, via I), k II. It. It ,
7.14, 12.03 a. in.: l.l'i. 3.23 (Ulacl: Diamond lis.
press), 7.43. 10.41, 11.30 p. m. bunds js, U. k 11.
II. II., 12.03, 8 27 p. rn.
Pullman parlor and lecpin; or Lehleh Valle
Parlor cars on all trains between Wllkes-Uarre
and New VorU, Philadelphia, Uutltlo and Suspen
ItOLLIN II. WILIHIH, Gen. Supt., 23 Cortland
street. ev orW.
Cll.Mtl.KS & lUU Gen. Pau. Act., 20 Cottlsnd
stieet, Sew York.
A. W. XO.NUUAClltlt, llv. l'Oii. Act., South
For tickets and Pullman rescrtations apply to
city ticket office, S3 Public Square, Wilku Usite,
The more Stores you
see, the more you'll think
of Connolly & Wallace's
with silk. The skirts
and some are lined
We have never made
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Schedule in Uflect June 2, 1901.
Trains Ic.ivu htianton: O.aa a. iu week days,
through estlbule tiain from Wilkes-Barre. lull.
man bullet pailor car and coaches to Philadel
phia, ia PutUMllc; stops at principal Interme
diate stations. Also connects lor Sunbury, Uar
rbburR, Pldladclpliia, Ualtiruore, Wasliingtou and
lor Pittsburg and the wtst.
8.118 a. m., week days, Ion Sunbury, Ilarritburg,
rhiladelpliia, Baltimore, Washington and Pitts
burg and the west.
1.42 p. m vcclc days (Sumlajs, 1,53 p. ra.),
tor Sunuury, Hariifburg, Pliiladelpliia, Baltimore,
Washington and Piftsburg and the west. ,
B.23 p. in., week da)t, through estlbule train
from Wilkes-Bairc. Pullman buffet psrlor car
and coaches to Philadelphia via Pottsvulc. Stops
at ptincipal intermediate stations
4.27 p. in., week days, tor Haclcton, Sunbury,
Harrisbarg, Philadelphia and Pittsburg.
J.- B. HUTCHINSON. Gen. Mgr.
J. B. WOOD, Uen. Pass. Age.
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western.
In Ktrect Hoy. 3. 1001.
Traim lcae Scranton tor New VorK At 1.40.
8.15. 6.W, 7.6a and 10.05 a. m.: 12.J5, 3.40, 3.8J
p. m. I'or New York and Philadelphia 7.50,
10.05 a. m., and 12.13 and 3.23 p. m. Tor Toby
hamia At 0.1U p. in. I'or Buffalo 1.13, 0.22 tnd
0,09 a. in.; 1.55, G.50 nnd 11. So p. m. Tor Blng
hamton and nay stations 10.20 a. m. and 1.10
p. ni. I'or Osnego, bjracu.se and Utica 1.15 and
U.C2 a. in.; 1.55 p. in. Oswego, Syracu-a and
Utica train at 0.22 a. m. dally, except Sunday.
I'or Montiose 0.00 a. lu. ; 1.10 and 6.50 p. m.
Nicholson aecomniodatior. 4.00 and 6.15 p. m.
BIoDinsburg Division I'or Northumberland, it
O.iiS and 10.05 a. in.; 1.55 and 6.10 p. m. For
Plymouth, at S.10 a. m. ; 3.40 and 9.00 p. m
Sunday Trains ror New York, 1.40, 3.15. 0.0
and 10.05 a. ni.; 3.40, 3.C3 p. m. l-'or Uuflalo
1.15 and 0.22 a. in.; 1.53, 6.50 and 11.85 p. ra.
I'or Biiighamton and wny stations 10.20 .i. m.
rtlcomsburg Division Leave Seianton, 10.05 s. .
in. and 6.10 p. ni.
Delaware and Hudson.
In l'.flect Noitmbcr 21, lftOl.
Trains for Carbondale leave Scranton at (1.20,
.00, S.53, 10.13 a. in.; 12.00, 1.29, 2.34, 3.5.'.
5.2J, 6.25, 7.67. 0.15. 11.20 p. m.j 1.81 a. in. "
I'or Honesdale fc.20, 10.10a. in.; 2.31 and 5.21
p. m. .
For Wllles-Darre (1.39, 7.48, 8.41, 0.38, 10.41
a. m.; 12.0.1, l.U. 2.1S, 3.2S, 4.27, e.10, 7.1S,
10.41, 11.30 p. m.
For I.. V, It. il. Polnts-6.33, .S3 a. m.; 2.18,
4.27 and 11.30 p. til.
For Pennt.yh.inia It. R. Points 6.S8, 0,33 aw
ni.; 1.42, 3.2$ and 4.27 p. m.
For Albany and all points north 0.20 a. ra.
and 3.5.2 p. ra,
For Cailinudale 8.50, 11.33 a. m.j 2.31, 3.5J,
5.52 and 11.17 p. m.
Kcr Wlllus-llarre O.SS s. in.; 12.03, 1.53, 3.28,
6.S2 and 0,17 p. m. ,
For Albany mid points north 3.52 p. m,
For Honeadalc 8.50 s. tn. and 3.52 p. m. '
W. U PHYOIt, D, P. A.. Seratiou. Pa.
New Jersey Central.
coiiiii:cTi:u to no v. n, iooi.
Stations in New Yoik, tout ut Liberty street
and south Fury, N. It.
Iialns leave rranton for New York, Pnllau!
phis, IJjsten llethUhiin, Allcntoivti, Jisuch
t'hunk, Whit IUen. Ahpy and Wllkes-Barte'tt
7,30 a, ni 1 s in. and 4 li. in. buuday, .'.10 p. ia.
oiu&cr City Li.pioss lems fccranton at 7,34
a. in., tlireuKt solid wstiiuthi train with Pullraaa
UuiTet Parlor Cats, (oi Philadelphia, with only
one change ol cars lor Ualtlmoic, Washington,
D. C and all principal points south and west.
Fo- Avota, PitMton and Wllkes-Barre, 1 n, n,
ami I p. in, Sunday, 2,10 p. m.
For l-ons," IlraiK.li, Utean Urave, etc,, 7.30 .
ni and 1 p- in.
For Heading, Lebanon and Harrlsburtr, via A.
.'ciitonu, at 7.30 a, in. and 1 p. in. bunds, 2.1?
For Pottslllo at 7.30 a. in, and 1pm.
For rates and tickets :I to sgent at statlaa.
V, II. IIKM.IMI, licnoi.il Maiiager.
C. 11. llUltr, (Icn. 1M-J. Act.
New York, Ontario and Western.
In Urlcct Tuesday, Sept. 17, HWl.
No. 1 ,,.10.30 a.m. 11.10 a, in. l.oop. ,;
Leave Leave Attlve
Trains. Cadosla. Cajbondale. Scranton.
So. U ..,. ;!" T,10a.m.
So 2 2.13p.m. 4.0up.iii. 4.40 n in!
bUKDAVS O.M.Y, NOIiril HOUND, P
Leave Uavo Arrlva
Trslns. fccranton. Carbondale. Cadosis.
I" 0 "J 4. :.u lUOn.
ko. 6 ''SXirii uoum). aler,wP- "
Leave Leave Arrlr
Tralni. Cadojla. Cailiondale. ScrantonT
Nn, 0 ..OUs. in. 7.40a. ni.
No. 10 , 4.30 p. in. d 00 p. m. Q.a p. ,
Traliu .Noj. I on vveek dj), and 0 on Suudayi!
make main line connections tor New York clti
Middletuuu, Walton, Norwich, Oneida, Uavveaa
and all poluts west.
For turther iutormatlon cciuult ticket aicnts.
J. V. ANDKltSOX, 0. P. A., New York.
J, E. WELSH, V, ft A., Scrsntoi, ftv