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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1901?.
may cost a little more per can,
but it insures perfect, whole
some food. In fact, it is more
economical in the end, because
it goes further in leavening
and never spoils the food.
CLEVELAND BAKING POWDER CO.
Awakening of the
Special Corcspondcncc of Tlio Tribune.
Washington, May 23.
BUSINESS litis been resumed In
China apparently with Increased
activity. The official publication
of the Chlncso government, "Ite
turns of Trailo and Trndo Reports for
the Year 1901," which has Just reached
tlio treasury bureau of statistics, shows
that railroad construction has been act
ively resumed In several of the provinces,
that practically 1,009 miles of railway are
now in operation, and that several hun
dred miles will bo added during the pres
ent year; whllo tlio record of the for
eign commcrco presented by tho report
shows that tho Imports Into China in
the year 1901 were larger than those of
any preceding year. Tho total value of
tho Imports Is given as 2GS,302,91S halkwan
taeis, or $1D2,9TS,1G0, against 2ti4,O00,O'O
taels in 1S99, 202,000,000 In 1S97, 171,000.00:)
In 1M3, and 162.OGO.000 In 1S94. Tho exports
are valued at 1(59,030,733 haikwan taels
($122,153,000), and exceed those of any
prior year except 1S99.
Krom tho United States the Imports In
1901 wore valued at 23,529,008 halkwan
taels ($lfi,S41,C0O), against 16,724,493 halk
wan taels In 1900. 22,2SS,743 in 1S99, 17,163,
213 In 189S, and 9,2G3,0S2 In 1891. Thus the
imports from tho United States have In
creased about 150 per cent, since 1S94,
while tho exports to tho United States
In 1901 were practically tho same aa
those of 1891, the llgures of 1901 being 16,
E72.9SS halkwan taels, and those of 1894,
10,442,7SS. Comparing the progress of tho
United States with that of other coun
tries, It may bo said that tho Imports
Into China from Great Britain Increased
from thirty million halkwan. taels in 1894
to forty-one millions In 1901; those from
Hong Kong increased from eighty-two
millions to one hundred and twenty mil
lions; those from continental Europe, ex
cept Russia, from six millions to seven
teen millions, and those from Russia
Increased from less than one million to
three million halkwan taels. Tho
growth in Imports from tho United
States Is larger than that In Imports
from any other country, though Hong
Kong, Great Britain, Japan and India
rank higher than the United States In
the Import statement of 1901.
American merchandise continues to
find favor In China, according to a state
ment of tho statistical secretary, P. E.
Taylor, which accompanies tho report.
"American heavy goods," ho says, "con
tinue to find favor, drills from that
country having now reached 1.G19.C26
pieces, or more than double the importa
tions of 1900; while sheetings rose to 2,
40,518 pieces. Japanese goods also show
progress, Jnpaneso shirtings having
risen from 1,336 to 14,029 pieces. Grey and
whlto shirtings were about tho same,
amongst them being included a growing
Importation of American goods. Owing
to the fall in exchango and tho dearncss
of cotton In America and Europe, thero
was a marked demand during the year
for cheaper qualities of cotton goods,
which was rather n reversal of tho ten
dency of lato years.
"American kerosene oil was six millions
of gallons in excess of tho largest pre
vious importation, In 1S9I; Russian kept
Its place, while Sumatran Is rapidly
gaining, and lias reached 40,640,049 gal
lons." An interesting fcaturo of tho report Is
that relating to tho resumption of rail
way construction, as follows: "The
Shantung railway had 100 kilometres
completed at the end of the year, and
trains wero running between Tstng-tao
and Tso-shati. This next spring It Is ex
pected to reach the Massu coal mines,
and should bo completed as fur as Chi-nan-fu,
tho enpltal of the province, in
thrco years. Tho Imperial railways of
North China, between Peking and Tien
tsin and Nowchwang, with extensions
to Chln-wang-tao and from Pong-tal to
tho I.u-Ilen railway, and extensions to
Tung-chou and Usln-mln-tun, have 901
kilometres completed. Tho short lino be
tween Shanghai and Woosung, 18 kilo,
metres, is said to bo paying Its way now,
but nothing has been done by way of
commencing tho projected railway from
Shanghai to Boo-ohow, Nlngpo, etc,, and
It Is understood that thero Is some diffi
culty In raising tho necessary capital,
owing to tho terms of tho concession
We are ambitious and de
termined to keep all the
The Best Flour,
The Best Oats,
The Best Peed,
The Best Hay,
Dickson Mill 'Grain Co.
Scranton and Olyphant. v
Old Phone, Green Bldge, 31.9,
Wew "fW, -1139
You cannot, if you value good health, afford
to use cheap, Ion-grade, alum baking pow
ders. They are apt to spoil the food: ; they
do endanger the health. All physicians wili
tell you that alum in food is detrimental.
not being considered satisfactory by In
vestors. Tho great trunk line from Pe
king to Hankow makes steady progress,
and tho Influence on trade should bo felt
Immediately. During tho year, tho sec
tion between Lu-chow-chlao and Pao-ting-fu,
destroyed by Boxers, was re
built, and tho lino has been carried down
to Chang-tlng-fu, distant from Peking
262 kilometres. In 1902, It 1m hoped to
complete tho lino as far south as Shun-tc-fu,
a further distance of 123 kilo
metres. In tho south, at tho end of tho
year, 175 kilometres northwards from
Hankow wero completed, and trains will
bo running as far as Hsln-yang (220 kilo
metres) about May 1 next. By tho end
of tho year. It Is hoped that the track
will bo laid for another 100 kilometres
north of Hsln-yang. It is Intended to
commence work shortly on the line from
Wuchang to Canton. Experience has al
ready shown that railways In China are
eagerly availed of and that business in
creases wherever they are built."
Wall Street Review.
New York, May 23. Today's stock mar
ket was dull to tho point of stagnation.
The higher prices in London Induced an
improvement at the opening here, but It
was lost through mere inanimation. Until
tho last hour there was hardly enough
motive power to show any direction in
the movement, with tho exception of somo
special stocks. There was quite an actlvo
demand for tho National Lead slocks duo
to tho expectation that tho company
would benetlt from a proposed combina
tion In an allied branch of tho trade. Tho
American Linseed stocks roso on rumors
nf a combination of tho vegetable oil in
terests. Tho firmness of AmulKamated,
Anaconda and Smelting was due to the
continued reports of tne widening ac
maud for raw copper both hero and
abroad. The Improvement In the copper
trade Is an Influcnco extending far bo
yond tho stocks immediately affected. Tho
allegation is mado that tho recent heavy
exports of copper aro going abroad, In
part at least, as stocks arc, to get the
benefit of the cheaper money rates over
thero for holding purposes. There was a
renewal of the recent strength In Can
adian Pacific but when tho advanco
reached 194 it halted. Pacltlc Mall's 214
point rise was unexplained. The Gcorga
A. Fuller stocks mado wide advances and
tho New York public utilities and Colo
rado Fuel developed lato strength, tho
latter rising 2Vi. Tho appearance of tho
preliminary ugurcs or tno week's move
ment of currency awakened moro ani
mation than at any tlmo during tho day.
Outside of those stocks already men
tioned tho effect was not notablo except
In St. Paul, Union Pacific and Atchison.
The determined waiting attltudo of tho
market seems to bo duo to the uncertain
ties of tho coal strike and to the approach
of tho critical period of tho corn crop.
Tho latter Is receiving moro ana more at
tention every day and Is destined to have
a greater Influence on speculation than
any other ono factor. Definite news is
also awaited of tho result of tho Boer
peace conference. Confidence Is growing
that thero will be a favorable outcome.
Total sales, 333.100 shares. Tho bond mar
ket was dull but firm. Total sales, par
value, J2,290,000. United States bonds wero
all unchanged on the last call.
The following quotations are furnished
The Tribune by Ifnlght fk. Freeso Co., 314
313 Mears building. W. D. Runyon, man
Awal. Copper 7l?i 719i "0'i 71U
Am. C. & F 30 30,8 SO HOln
American Ice 1ST4 18, 18's 1S,
Am. Locomotive .... 31 31 31 31
A. S. & R. Co 43 43 48 43
American Sugar ....19,& 1291$, 12S94 129
Anaconda Copper ...118 11814 117H U8V4
Atchison SOU 80 79 SOU
Atchison, Pr 98 9SV4 98 98i
Bait. & Ohio 106VS KWV4 10614 10614
Brook. R. T CO 67 60 67
Canadian Pncllie ....134V4 134 133 13414
Chlcugo & Alton .... 3814 W)i 33 0814
Chle. & a. W 2Si 29J 28 2911
C, M. &8t. P 1704 17114 169 17114
C., R. I. & P 174 174 17314 17314
Col. Fuel & Iron.,.. 0SV4 100 9S 100
Col. & Southern .... 31 3114 3114 3114
uii. u iiuu ...i.nu ltd i. .4'.
"", u. nun ,,, uovi in J i.r in
'lo 36 36 36 36
Brie. 1st Pr 67 67 67 67
Hocking Valley 81 81 ! 81
lllnnlu f.nn..1 . -, 4-n .an -',
Kan. City & South.. 34 31 3414 3414
Louis. & Nash 130M. noil i:i!iw, lin
Manhattan 131 133 131 13314
Met. St. Ry 149 149 149 J49
Mexican Central ,,,, 27 27 2714 2714
Mo., Kan. & Tex .... 25 23ft 25 23
Mo. Pad lie 99J4 100 9914 I'M
N. Y. Central 15U I57'4 150 15714
Norfolk & Westorn.. B6 R6 E014 B014
Ont. & West 32 32 32 32
Puclllo Mull 41 42 41 42
Penna. R. R 14914 149 149 14914
Poople's Gas ,..,,.,,,102 10214 102 10214
rivoituu oiuui v-ur ,, ij io'j ij h
Reudlng 62 62 4 1 62
Reading. 1st Pr 83 8JU, 83 MIS
Reading, 2d IT 6S14 6S US
rtenubllc Steel 17'.i 17'A 17K 17i.
St. I., and Sun I''.,.. OS OS CS 08
Southern Pacific ,,., (il "'',& iil? B5V4
ouiiwiurn 'i. 'v jois at ;jt,fi ;:(
Wabusli , 27 27H L'7 27V
ituuuBii. i-r ...,,.,,, 11 i,i!j iL
West, Union ..,..,,, 3l9i ftl' onn fins
"W'bI. Central , 27',J 2714 27!i 27i
Total sales, S53.M0 allures.
Money, 'J per cent.
CHICAGO GRAIN & PROVISION.
WHEAT, Open. HlKh. Low..Closo.
July 711i 74ty 73U 73.d
September 73)4 73VJ 72H 72Va
July .,..' C2!4 62 6174 61T4
September W4 61 K)j 63',
July S594 3J SJ4 35V4
September S.'9j 89i Zi 291$
July 17.15 17.17 17.00 17.02
September ......... 17.20 17.23 17.13 17.12
July ,..... 10.20 10.23 10.12 lQ.Ta
oepiemoer .,... w.a 10.27 10.17 10.17
July 8.65 9 67 9.47 9.47
Septeutw: ..,,, 9.63 9.70 9.57 9.57
Hoiltlicrn K. Jl Pr., Dib 91ft 91J4 91
Tonn. Coal & Iron.., Oi',6 ttt CI C3H
Toxua & Puclllo 4tU IHi 41U 41U
Union Pacific ,10.1 ioM ioiu ios
Union Pacific, Pr ... U S7i R7?I ml
U, S. J.eathor 13!i 1374 ml 13'J
U, S, Ueutlier, Pr .. S4V1 SU4 Sllj Sl!i
.'' !oc! a "S(H "" m'" 4i,H
U. S. Steel. Pr M'i ikmi iwi nisJ
NEW YORK COTTON MARKET.
Open, High. Low. Close.
July X.92 SOS S.MI 8.91
August S.fil 8.64 8.G9 8.59
September S.03 S.ll R.0I 8.01
October 7.93 8.97 8.92 S.92
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Quotations All Quotations Based
on Far of 100.
Lackawanna Dairy Co., Pr.... CO ...
County Saw Bank & Trust Co 300
First Nat. Bank (Carbondalc). ... 500
Third National Bank ImO
Dlmo Dep. & DIs. Bank 300
Economy L H. & P. Co 46
First National Bank 1300
Lack. Trust & Safe Dep. Co... 195
Clark & Snovcr Co., Pr 125
Scranton Savings Bank i00
Traders' National Bank 225
Scranton Bolt & Nut Co 125
People's Bank 135
Scranton Packing Co 33
Scranton Passenger Railway,
first mortgage, due 1DJ0 113
People's Street Railway, first
mortgage, due 1918 113
People's Street Railway, Gen
eral mortgage, due 1921 115
Scranton Trac. Co., 6 per cent. 115
Economy L.. H. & P. Co 97
N. Jersey & Pocono Ice Co 97
Consolidated Water Supply Co ... 103
Scranton Wholesale Market.
(Corrected by H. G. Dale, 27 Lacka. Ave.)
Butter Fresh creamery, 23c; ficsh
Eggs Nearby, lRc.; western, 1714c.
Marrow Beans Per bushel. $2.35a2.40.
Green Peas Per bushel. $2.25.
Potatoes Per bushel, 80c.
Onions Bermudas, $2.00 per crate.
New York Grain and Produce Market
New York, May 23. Flour Slow and
easier, being 10al5c. lower to sell. Wheat
No. 2 red, SSc. f. o. b. nfloat: No. 1
northern Duluth, 81c. f. o. b. afloat; up
to midday, wheat was steadily held al
though very dull; but a subsequent bear
attack, based on good crop news nnd less
actlvo export demand so weakened prices
that tho close was heavy at aVc. net
decline: Mav closed 79c; July, 79y.c;
September, 77-c; December, 79c. Corn
Rare Opportunity for
Mr. "Win. J. Douglas, 422 Connell
Building has for sale at par, an issue
5 per cent. Gold Bonds of the Buck
eye Engine Co., of Salem, Ohio.
Tills company lias had an excellent busuuy
6t.indlnjr for fifty jears anil is now malting large
dividends. Purpose of this bond issue is for i'u
largcmcnt of capacity to meet the growing de
mands of its business. Ask for prospectus.
These bonds are guaranteed by the I'ludenttal
I.lfc Insurance Co., of Newark, N. J.
We offer, to yield About
5 per cent.,
(Total Issue, $1,000,000)
BUTTE ELECTRIC & POWER CO.
5 per cent. 1st Mortgage Sink
ing Fund Gold Bonds.
Maturins 1 to 30 yean.
Rudolph Kleybolte & Co.
1 NASSAU STREET,
NEW YORK CITY.
Spencer Trask & Co.
2X & 29 Pine Street, New York
Members New York Stock Exchange,
11001) Y,McLELLAN & CO.
No 57 Broadway, New York city,
JIKJIIIWIS NEW YORK STOCK CXCIIASOB.
STOCKS.BONDS and INVESTMENTS
FOR INVESTMENT OR ON MARGIN
MAKE MOKE riONEY,
la your Income sufllclont? If not, and you
aro anxious to luci'vubo It, write me, Htuttus
Mr bat amount yon cait Invest, If only J10, und
I will write you u loiter of nclvlcoFree. For
yearilhuveclonenoUilui; except study In vet
menu, lkuowl cuiiliivreubayourlouomoby
Eolutlug out Safe lu vestments, liltUerto uu.
ANDREW U. BUSH, Investment Broker,
Bank References bpriogfleld, Mass
Boot eMVt No. 5. 7A. tvfnr anit 7fa.
f. o, b. afloat! polling up sharply In tho
forenoon on small receipts, steady cables
imu viBurous covering, corn ovenumiiy
lost Its advanco under realltlng and cloned
weak nt c. advanco on May, but HaUe.
rbjcllne otherwise; May closed 70c.i July,
die; September, ffie.j December, Blc.
Onts-ReeplptB, npot steady! No. 2, 46c!
No. 3, 4,-iUc; No. 2 whlto, Me.! No. 3
white, BOVic.! trnctc mixed western, 47a
4Sc. track white, fiOnBfio.i options hlBhor nt
first, but followed tho lain corn break.
Butler Steady! creamery. I!!4a22e.j fac
tory, l.alOUc.j renovated,. 18.i20c: Imlta.
lion crcamory, 18n20c! stnto dairy, 18
n21c Cheese Weak! new Btnto full
cream, small colored, choice. 12al!'ic:
small white, 12!ic; largo colored, lOJia
lit.! largo white, JlalNic Eggs-Firms
stato and Pennsylvania, ISe.; western
storage, packed, I7al8c.i southern, Haluc.
Chicago Grain Market.
Chicago, Mny 2.1. Bearish argument on
crop prospects stnrtcd lato activity In
wheat and corn today nnd brought about
rather Ubenil lltiqldatlon. Corn was held
firm by bullish manipulation most of tho
day but succumbed to tho pressure. At
thn eloso July wheat was WJie. lower!
July corn, aUc. down, and July oatsa
nuncio lower. I'rovisions closou Gallic to
12p. depresred. Cash ttqotatlous wero as
follow: Flour Slrndy; No. 2 spring
wheaf : No. 3. 72a7l'.4c: No, 2 rrd, 79a
Rlc: No. 2 corn. ; No. 2 yellow, ;
No. 2 oatn. 4.1U.! tin. S wliltp. 4ls.iil.Uip.:
No. 2 rye, uflnGflo.: good feeding barley, 68
nC9; fair to tholco malting, 70a72c.j No.
1 flax seed, $l.nn: No. 1 northwestern,
$1.76; prime timothy need, $6.30.f!.33; mess
pork, per barrel. $17nl7.05: lard, per 100
pounds. $10.15nl0.20: short ribs, sides, $9.60
n!.7n; shoulders, SaSVlcj short clear sides,
Buffalo Live Stock1 Market.
EaBt Buffalo, May 2.1. Cattle Receipts.,
light, unchnngrd, Veals Receipts, 450;
actlvo and strong; tops, $6.73a7; fair to
good, $t!a0.r0: common to light, J..a."..73.
Hogs Receipts, 7,700; opened fairly actlvo
and B alOc. lower on Yorkers; other grades
steady, closing strong on good weights
and fairly steady on light; heavy, $7.40a
7.45; mixed, $7.30a7.35; pigs. $0.90; roughs.
?6.ri0a6.90; stags, $5.50ar..73. Sheep and
Lambs Receipts. 16.400; dull and 10c. low
er for sheep: 25c. lower for lambs: ton
lambs. $6.90a7.05; fair to good, Jfi.50i.l!.7r;
cuIIh and common, $4a5.B0; yearlings. Jfia
6.25; sheep, mixed tops, $5.S0a5.75; fair to
good, $5a5.40; culls and common, $3a4.23.
Chicago Live Stock Market.
, Chicago, May 2J.-Cattle-Recclpts. 2,508,
Including 200 Texans; steady; good to
prime steers, $7a7.B5; poor to medium, $5a
6.75: stockcrs and feeders, $2.75a5.25; cows,
$1.50afi; heifers, $2.5iia6.25; canncrs, $l..,0a
2.50; bulls, $2.50a5.r,0; calves, $2n7; Texas
fed steers. $5..ri0a6.R5. Hogs Receipts. 11,
000; tomorrow, 19.000; left over, 8,00-5:
choice, steady to Be. higher; others weak;
mixed nnd buteheis, $6.90a7.30: good to
choice heavy, $7.25a7.40; roughs henvy.
$6.90a7.20; light. $0.70a7; bulk of sales. $6.93
a7.30. Sheep Receipts, 2.000; sheep, lowr;
lambs, steady to lower; good to choleo
wethers, $5.50a6.25; western sheep. $5.75,i
C.25; native lambs clipped, $3a6.90; western
Oil City. May 23.-Credit balances, no
bid; certificates, 120; shipments. 89.B7S bar
rels; average, 102.253 barrels; runs, !)1,0S2
uHiieis; average, is.uiu oarreis.
Pays 3 interest on
savings accounts whether
large or small.
Open Saturday evenings
from 7.30 to S.30.
Six Eagles Mines
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 stnnlr la nnm
being offered to raise money for im
provement in equipment and gener
al development of the property.
Awarded Bronze Hedal
At the Pan-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
1202 Crozier Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa.
niSE, Scranton, Pa.
Old 'Phone, 333i.
New 'Phons, 3935.
Connolly & Wallace
The store of one idea may bs
very valuable to many people, but
it takes the store of many ideas to
give satisfactory service to every
Black and While Materials for Knights
We secured 100 pieces of Fine Black Lawns, 30 inches wide, that
Will sell at 5C a vard. White Mnclin. an lnrhct wlri at ec. 6c. 7c
At these low prices every one can decorate profusely.
Men's Summer Shirts
The usual way is to have only the nck fit exactly in a shirt only two sizes of bodies for all sizes of'
shirts. One size W too bljj for a a 14 or a $y3c man, the other is too small for a 15 or 17 man.
The Connolly & Wallace way is to have the shirt all over correspond to the size of the neck.
This makes us get all our shirts made especially for us, and while we are going to this trouble vou
may be sure we make a great many other changes which you will recognize when you wear the shirts
Si.oo, $1.50 and $3.00 Not a lew at each price, but a great many.
The Ribbons You Want
Arc here at an avcrajje third under regular prices. Other stores are advertising ribbons under price,
yet when we compare we find ours one and two cents a yard less,' or one and two grades better for
the same price. '
Taffeta Crepe 4 3-8 inches wide, iqc
Libertv.Satin Ribbons 3 1-8 inches wide, 20c yard; 4 inches, a5c yard: 4 inches, 35c yard.
Plain Silk Taffeta Ribbons 3 inches wide, all colors, 10c yard.
New Summer Gloves
There arc dainty gloves like pieces of fine Lice; Suede Lisle Gloves for people who want their hands
to be well covered, yet cool, and Kayser Silk Gloves, with double finger tips, that will wear almost
as long as kid.
Lace Gloves, 25c .to $1.00.
Suede Lisle Gloves, 25c, 50c and 75c.
Silk Gloves, 50c, 75c and $l.ob.
Imitation Point de Venise, Filet, Batiste, Cluny, Brussels Point and Net-Top Laces, from one of the
greatest makers of imitation laces in St. Gall, and that means in the world for St. Gall makes the
finest of all imitations. Not short pieces, but full lengths from which we will cut any number o'
yards you want. Some of the laces are in full sets insertions and several widths of edgings alike
There are All-Over Laces, Edges, Galoons, Straight Insertions and some which are detachable.
Venice All-Over, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00 and $4.oo.
Edges and Laces, 15c, 20c, 25c, 30:, 35c, 40c, 50c, 75c and $1.00.
Black, White and'Colored Silk Lace Galoon. 25c to $2.25.
Straight Insertions. 5c to $1.50. Galoons, 8c to $2.50.
Black Chantilly Galoons, 6c to $i.5o yard.
Ever shown in Scranton
A strong but true state
ment. We have nearly every
thing in summer furniture
Artistic in design, rich In
appearance and very prac
tical. We want every house
keeper in Scranton to visit
our store and inspect our
stock you'll find prices
right and goods the best to
121 Washington Avenue.
BEAUTIFUL LAKE WESAUKING
On a spur of the Alleghany Mountains. I.rhlgh
Valley railroad; near Towund.i. Hailiinjj, fKiliig,
snorts, etc. Excellent tabic. llea-.onalile rates.
LAKE WESAUXING HOTEL
P. O., Ape-, Pa. Send fur ImnMct.
C. K. IIA1I1IIS.
Kentucky uvc near Ilcjch, Atlantic City. Open
all the jcar, Sun Parlor, Klevator and all modern
ImpiOKimnU. Special Spiliif Hates.
ctus. uunue, Prop.
Kentucky Avenue. First Hotel from Ilcach, At
lantic City, N, J,; CO Ocean Uew room; ia
pailly 400: Hilto (or special talcs, J, II. Jenk
RAILROAD TIME TABLES,
New York, Ontario and Western.
Ia KUect Tuesday, Sept. 17, 1V01.
Lravo Leavo Arrlvi
Trains. Seiauton. Carbomlate, Cadosli.
No. 1 10.80 a. m. 11.10a.m. J.oOp. ,n.
Ko. 7 l.10j- m. Ar. Carhondale O.lOu. ni.
keuvo Leavo Arrht
Trains. Cadujla. Carbondale. Scranton.
Ko. 0 ........ 7.00a. m. 7,10a.m.
So 5 ..... .. 2- P- '" iM P- m- P. ra.
SUNDAYS OM.Y, JCOIITH UOUND. .
Leave Lcato Arrlv
Trains. . Bcunton. Carbondilc. Cadoaia.
No. 9 " . ; ' '" , 10- . m.
No. s , 7.00p. in. Ar. Cartondala 7.10 p. m.
5,0,8 SOUTH UOU.N'D. '
Leave Lcate Arrlvo
Trains. Cadosla. Carbondalc. Scranton.
No. C ........ J,?,m' 7-a. m.
No. 10 4.S0p. in. 8 00 p. m. (J.JJp. ra.
Trains Nos. 1 on notk days, and 0 on Sundajs.
make main line connections lor Kiv York tlty,
lliddlcton, WtltoD, orwlch, Oneida, Oawego
and (11 points west.
For further Information rcniult ticket oirenti
J. C. ANDCUttOX, O. P, A., New York.
i. E. WELSH, T. P. A., gcrinton, Pi.
For the Boys and Girls I
Also the Grown People.
The Brooks & Sanderson Shoe Co.,
Cor. Lackawanna and Wyoming Aves.
P. S.--We Also Give Green Trading Stamps.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
In Kffccr Jlay IS, lOOi.
Stations In New York, foot Liberty street and
South Kerry, N. 11. ...
Truinj leac Scranton for ev ork, I'hlla
delnlila, Kdston. Uethlehrm, Allentonn, Mautli
(.hunk, White llaten, Ashley, Wllkes-Uann and
Plttton at 7.30 a. m 1 p. ni. and 4 p. in. Sun
day, '.MO p. m. ,
Quaker City Kxprrss leaves Scranton 7.SO a. in,,
through solid vestibule train with Pullman llulfct
Parlor Car for Philadelphia with only one clunsc
ol cars for llaltimore and Washington, D. C, and
all principal points south and wr.st.
For Aioca, I'ltthton and Wilkes-Uarrc, 1 p. in.
and 1 p. in. Sunday. 2.10 p. in.
For Lung Uranih, Ocean Uroc, etc., 7.S0 und
For ileadlns. Lebanon and Harrlsburi; Ia A),
lintonn at 7.:,0 a. in., 1 p. in. and 4 p. in. Sun
day, 2. 10 p, in.
For Tamarjtu and Poltsvllle, 7.U0 a. in,, 1 p.
in. and 4 p. in. ,
For rates and tickets apply to agent nt station,
W. O, IIISl.i:il, Gen. Manager.
C, M. Dl'IlT, Oen. Pass. Agt.
Schcdulo in Effect June 2, 10OL
Trains leave Scranton! 0.33 a. in., week days,
through vestibule train from Wilkes-Uarrc. Pull,
man buffet parlor car and conches to Philadel
phia, ia I'oituvlllc; stops at principal inui me
diate stations. Also connects for Suuburj, liar
riiburt', Phlladelplilu, llaltimore, Wasliiuston and
for l'litiburg end the wtit,
0.3S a. m,, week das, for Sunbury, Harrliburg,
Philadelphia, Ualtlinorc, Washington and Pitts
burg and tho west.
l.tJ p. m... week days (Sundays, l.SS p. in.),
for sunbury, llarrleburir, Philadelphia, llaltimore,
Washington and Pittsburg and tlio west.
3.28 p. in., neck davs, through vestibule train
from wilkes-Uarrc. Pullman buflct pirlor car
and coaches to Philadelphia via Pottsville, Stops
at principal intermediate stations
4.27 p. in., week days, lor llailcton, Sunbury,
liirriib.irg, Philadelphia and Plttsburer,
J, 11. HUiL'lIINSO.N. Ocn. Mgr,
J, U. WOOD, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western,
In KfTect Nor, 3. 1901.
Trains lcate Scranton lor New ork-At 1.10,
8.1S, O.Uo, 7. GO and lO.Oo a. in.; 12.45. 8.40, 3. XI
?. m. For New York and Philadelphia 7.60,
O.OJ a. m., and 12.45 and 3.J3 p. in. For Toby,
luiiiia At U.io p. in. For Buffalo IJ5, 6.22 and
0.00 a. in.; 1.55, u.50 mid 11.35 p. in. For Ding
liaiuton and way stations 10,20 a. m, and 1.10
p. ni. For Osuego, b;racuso and Utlca 1.15 and
0.22 a. in,: 1.55 p. in. Owcgo, Syracuse and
Utlca train at if.il a. in. daily, except bunday.
Tor Montrose 0.00 a. iu.j 1.10 and 6.60 p. m.
Nicholson accommodation 1.00 and 0.15 p. m.
Uloomsburg Uivlsien For Northumberland, at
C.Sj and 10.05 a. in.; 1.55 and 0.10 p. lu. For
pjvmouth, at 8.10 a. m.; S.40 and 0.00 p. m
Sunday Trains ror New York, 1.40, 3.15. 8.0
and 10. W a. m.; 3.40, 3.8J p. m. For llutlilo
1.15 and 0.22 . m.; 1.C5, (J.50 and 11.35 p. ro.
For Dlughamton and way stations 10.20 a. nv.
illcsuuburg Division Leavo Scrautou, 10.0 t.
to. and 0.10 p. m.
Of course we make money our
prices couldn't be so low if we
didn't. It's the unsuccessful store
that has to make its prices high.
re worth 10c a, yard, which wel
urn-H Uhl. r,i,,i,. ,. ....a i
This cut represents a
new novelty the 20th
Century Air Ship. De
lights everybody, durable
and harmless in , every
respect, will fly from 50
to 300 feet in the air, and
may be used hundreds
of times. One of these
Air Ships given with
every $i.c;o purchase or
more of Shoes or Ox
fords. AH the new
Summer Styles now' in
Successors to Machine Business of
Dickson Manufacturing Co., Scranton
and Wilkes-Barre, Pa,
Stationary Engines, Boilers, Mining
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
In effect May IS, 1002.
Trains leavo Scranton.
For Philadelphia and New York via D. ft t
n. I!., at CM nnd 0.33 a, m., and 2,18, 4.2?
(Black Diamond Express), and 11.30 p, in. Sua.
dsjs, D. i: 11. K. K-, l.SS, 8.27 p. m.
For White lias en, ilazlclon and principal poinls
n the coal regions, via D. II. It. II., 8.38, 2.1S
and 1.27 p. m. For Pottsville, 0.3S a. m., 2, IS
For Bethlehem, Kaston, Heading, HarrUburg,
and principal Intermediate stations, via D. & H.
It, It., n.38, 0.3S a. in.) 2.18, 4.27 (Black Dia.
mond Express), 11:39 p. ni. Sundays, D. k II.
11. H 0.3S a. in. ; 1.5 8.2', P- in- ,
For Tunkhannock, 'louanda, tlmlra, Ithaca,
Geneva and principal Intel mediate stations, vis
D L. & W. It. It-, "-Si a. m. and 3.4(1 p. in.
For Geneva, Ituehcster, lluUalo, Niagara Fall.
Chicago and all points est. via D. & II. R. B.,
7.1S. 12.0.1 a. in.: 3.2 (Ulatlc Diamond JJx.
iiicVs), 7,48, 10.41, U.S0 p. in. Sundays, D. 4 II.
It It" 12.0J, 8.27 p. ni.
imllnian parlor and sleeping or Lehigh Valley
Parlor tars on all trains between Wllkes-Barra
and New York, Philadelphia, Buffalo and Suspeu.
l!oLl!i.Nd1l.' WILBUR, Gen. Bupt., 29 Cortland
street, New York.
CIIAItLUS S, LKU, Gen. Pass. Agt., 8 Cortland)
stiett, New York.
A. W. XONXMAOHUB, Dlr. Pass. Agt., South
For tickets and Pullman reservations apply to)
city ticket otllce, CO Publlo Square, Wllkcs-Barrt,
Delaware and Hudson.
In UIcct Nostmber 21, 1001.
Trains for Carbondale lcate Scranton at 6.20L
6.00, S.5J, 10.13 a. lu.; 12.00, 1.20. 2.34, 3.61.
6.20 0.25, 7.57, 0.15, 11.20 p. iu.j 1.31 a. ro.
For llouesdalc 0.20, 10.Ua. in.; 2.31 and 5.21
'"'For Wllkes-Barro 0.D8, 7.4S, 6.41, 0.3S, ia
a. in.; 12.0J, l.ii. 2.1S, 3.23, 4.27, t.10, 7.48,
10.41, 11.3U p. in.
For L. V. It. It. PoInts-.SS, 0.33 a. m.; 2.19,
4.27 and 11.20 p. m.
For Pennsylvania B. H. Points 8.33, 0.33 sv
in.; l.U. 3.2 S und 4.27 p. m.
For Albany aud all points north 0.20 a, ni.
and 3.52 p. in.
For Carbondilc 8.50, 11.33 a. m.j 2.31, 3.53,
5.62 and 11.17 p. in.
For Wilkes-Uarrc 0.33 a. ni. 12.03, 1.63, 3.23,
6.52 and 0.17 p. m.
For Albany and points north 3.53 p. m.
For Iloncsdalc 8.50 a. in. and 3 62 p. m.
W. L. PUYOU, D. P. A., Scranton. Pt.