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THE SCRAETTON trRIBUJna-FRlDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 17, 38J)7.
For the Best
Qo to tho moH rsllnblo. Iirjcait anort incut
owest prices In llulr Good. We mako
WIGS, SWITCHES, BANGS,
PUFFS, WAVES, ETC,
Sntl'fnctloii KitnrnntrpJ In IjuIIoV nnd
iiud Gents' Wigs for utrcct, ar. Wo hsivo
Tonics, Bleaches, Rouges
Auk to boo tho Miml Hair llmsti, gemilno
Siberian bristle iilr cushioned. Children's
llulr Cutting receives our special attention.
IIHTM I SCI11PFF,
317 Lackawanna Ave,
PROSY DAY AT
Concluded from', Page 1.
tuln t"nt6 on a nelglti 'H-lns comiinny
street, where It is nnld won do gather
nnd frame for filthy lucre.
The outpost on tho culm dump hos
been dubbed Point Dlssust. "It's ns
hot s h during tlv d.iy nnd cold as
Klondike at nlcht," Is' the way it was
described by a Compiiny A linn who
did n twenty-four hour turr. there.
Chaplain N. P. Stahl has. imported
nnd Is roughing like tho rest of the
boy). It Is no now experience for the
rverend grntlcnuui, 'lowovcr. He was
there before In T1-'fi5.
Captain McCauslnnJ, of Company O,
Is olllcer of th day; Lieutenant Foote,
of Company E, is olllcer of tho guard,
and Company 12 is taking in turn at
COMPANY A NOTES.
Sergeant A. O. Thayer was sergeant of
the sitiird today.
Company A's cooks have arrived and
tho boys aro making up for tho past
livery member of Captain Blmmlck'g
command has reported.
II COJ1 PAN V.
B Company has every man prefent.
Sergeant Llenore has n. very soro arm
from being stung by a bee.
U Hoys are getting plenty of guard
duty. Nearly all tho boys having been on
Mrs. William Cutler was a visitor in
The boys arc patiently waiting for Cor
poral Zang's return, as his bunk mates
jnlfs him very much' in the barn.
Sergeant Malott is the oldest enlisted
man In the company, having seen eleven
years of service.
Sergeants lknnro nnd Mnlott, Corporal
Colwell nnd Privates Miller, Moir and
Colwell, In heavy marching order went
out on a scouting tour over the surround
ing country today.
Lieutenant Perry, of 13 Company, Is a
ery popular man with all the boys.
Private Colwell has seen ten years' ser
vice with H Company.
Lieutenant Perry has been olllcer of the
guard twice while here.
Company H boys are longing to see tho
girls they left behind them.
First Sergeant Davles received a visit
yesterday from h!s wife and son.
A former member, R. J. Kelly, called
on the company yesterday.
Two members of tho company are to be
married as soon as possible after their
arrival home from this tour of duty.
Privato Harry Drake has been compli
mented upon his closo resemblance to a
COMPANY D NOTES.
First Sergeant Pranda, of Company D,
qualified with tho new 3S Colt revolver to
day, making tho high score of 03 out ot
Corporal W. W. McColloch, of Company
T, does not look cheerful today. As cor
poral of the guard he cannot talk to tho
Private Edward Koons, of Company D,
Treated much amusement In camp. Ed
put on his coat and cap backwards and
with n falsrfaco It was dllllcult to see
which side he was saluting from.
Corporal Svlft, of D, Is raising some
pretty "Pfeffer" whiskers.
Private Charles Moudock, of Company
T, received a telegram today stating that
the "twins had come," nnd feels Justly
grieved nt not being able to obtain a fow
Private William Crago, of O, 3 petting
In practice for tho Hotel Jcrmyn waiter
force. Hill makes a good waiter.
Company D mpmbers voted to contri
bute 20 cents per man per day to pur
chase extra rations nnd pay for n cook.
Joo Cleary and Privates Kdlnger. More
dock, Ill&bco went on guard at tho Lat
tlmer company store last night as a pre
caution against tho blowing up of the
Privates Cirecley and Oeary dug some
l!g sinks for headquarters today.
Captain Oellmnn, of Cormmny D, has
appointed Private William Dnvls as ser
geant to succeed Second Lieutenant
Foote. Privato Lorenzo Ulsbeo succeeds
Pilvate Howard Wickman, of Company
E, was called home by the serious Illness
of his w'fe, and Privato Stark was ex
cised on account of rheumatism.
Sergeant John Theodoldt, of Company
13, Is another of the unfortunates who has
a dato to get married next week.
COMPANY G NOTES.
Corporal Fesslcman, of Company G,
went home sick.
Joseph Parney, of Company G, is head
quarters orderly today.
H. Scebrlng and Nathaniel Holly havo
been promoted to corporals' In Company
H. T. J. D.
ItheiimiitlMii Cured in 31 Hours.
T. J. Ulackmore, of Haller & Dlack
rnoro, Pittsburgh, Pa., says: "A short
time since I procured a bottle of 'MYS
TIC CUHE.' It got me out of thehouss
In twenty-four hours. I took to my bed
with Rheumatism, nine months ago and
the 'MYSTIC CUHE' Is tho only medl
cine tint did me any good. I had five
of the best physicians In the city, but
I received very Ilttlo relief from them.
I know the 'MYSTIC CURE' to bo what
It is" represented and take pleasure In
recommending it to other poor suffer
ers. Sold by Carl Lorenz, druggist, 41S
Lackawanna ave., Scranton.
TO CURE DYSPEPSIA.
A Now Hcmo.ly Which Will Do It.
Chronic dyspepsia is considered By
ninny people to be nearly If not qulto
Incurable. No a-ood reason can be
given why they tlilnk so except that
perhaps they huvo tried various reme
dies without much, Jf any benefit. Hut
tho progress In every branch, of medi
cine has been such that among other
things a lasting cure for indigestion In
Its chronic form as well as temporary
has been discovered and Is now placed
before the public strictly on its merits
as a permanent cure for all stomach
troubles c difficulties with the diges
This new treatment is called Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets, being put up In
tablet form bo ns to be easily taken
and also to preserve its food qualities
for an indefinite length of time.
This remedy has produced surprising
effects In the worst forms of Indiges
tion, and In mnny cnso3 where ordin
ary remedies failed to give even re
lief, Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets have
The splendid results from using this
preparation are owing to the fact that
It Is prepared and Intended for Dyspep
sia and stomach troubles o'.ily. It Is
not a cure-all like so many advertised
remedies, claiming to cure everything
under the sun, Dut it is claimed that It
Is a certain cure for Dyspepsia and
nnyone suffering from nny form of In
digestion cannot fall to get. permanent
relief nnd euro from Its use.
It Is so prepared and the Ingredients
are of such h nature that when tho
tnblets are taken Into the stomach they
digest the food no matter whether the
stomach Is In good working order or
not. You get sustenance and strength
to mind and body by reason of tho
food being properly digested and at the
same time tho much abused stomach
Is allowed to rest and recuperate.
Notwithstanding tho great beneflt3
to be derived from Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets, the price Is but GOc. for full
sized package and all druggists sell
A little book on Stomach Diseases
mailed free by addressing the Stuart
Co., Marshall, Mich.
Misses Allte Scotten and Caroline
Summerton were In the Parlor city re
cently. Captain It. C. Du Bols haa returned
to his home In Washington, D. C.
B. F. Bernstein was in New York city
the first of the week on business.
Miss Fannie SImmrell has accepted a
position of teaching a school at Tus
carora, N. Y. She left for that place
Dr. Charles Barnes nnd wife, of
Grandvllle Centre, Pa are the guests
of relatives and friends In this place.
Miss Mary Scotten Is In New York
Mr. and Mrs. W B. McLoud left Wed
nesday for Norwich', N. Y., where they
attended the first annual reunion of
the Association- of New York, Oswego
and Midland Railroad employes of 1S69
70. The employes of the silk mill receiv
ed their monthly wages on Wednesday.
The family of Charles DuBols, of
"Washington, D. C, who have been
spending the summer In this place.have
G. F. Swlgert, of Carbondale, was In
town tho first of the week.
Mrs. E. K. King has returned from
Mr. find Mrs G?orgo Dennis have re
turned homo after a pleasant visit with
relatives and friends In Buffalo, N. Y.
Mrs. Byron Tanner, who has been
seriously 111 for some time, is consider
ably worse at this writing.
Miss Maud Trowbridge has returned
home after a visit with friends in
Miss Helen Hutchlngs, of New Mil
ford, visited Caroline Summerton, the
Jlrst of tlw week.
A large number of our young people
enjoyed the moonlight excursion to
Lntusboro Tuesday evening.
Miss Nellie Ives, of Conklln, N. Y.,
visited In town recently.
Messrs. H. A. Purple and F. I. Goldsr,
of Carbondale, called on their friend,
Frank "W. Swlgert, on Monday.
George Chainberlln has opened a
blacksmith shop In the building back of
the Hallsteiid Steam laundry block en
The semi-annual meeting of the Sus
quehanna county Medical society will
bo held at the Jay house In New Mil
ford, Tuesday, Oct. C.
The county convention of the Wo
man's Christian Temperance union will
be held In tho Presbyterian church In
this place on Wednesday and Thurs
day, Sept. 29 and 30.
Thj first annual meeting of the Sus
quehanna Teachers' association will be
h.Mc In this place on Friday evenlag
nnd Saturday of this week. The fol
lowing Is th programme: This een
lug at the Presbyterian church, lltur
ury exerolsjs, consisting of foii(,'3, rec
itations and Instrumental miwlc will be
rendered. During the evening there
will nlso bs two lectures. The first by
Hon. Jnmes T. DuBols, subject, "Sons
of Pennsylvania In the American Rev
olution." The second by Hon. Henry
Houck, deputy state superintendent of
schools, subject, "Bound to Win." Sat
urday, 8.45 a. m. Opening exercises:
address of welcome, B. W. Pease; re
sponse, John L. Richards; Inaugural
address, president of association. Spe
cial topics for discussion: Uniform
course of study for rural schools; shall
tho association publish' an educational
paper? teachers' meetings, npparatuj,
its use, Its abuse, M. W. Cargill; "How
to Create an Interest Among Patrons,"
II. N. Barrett: "Uniform Graduation,
Us Advantages, its Disadvantages," B.
W. Pease; "Pupil Study," K. A. Ben
son; "Education from an Editor's
Standpoint," S. P. Morse; "Where do
We Fall In Teaching Language," John
Palmer; "Where do Wo Fall in Teach
ing Numbers." John L. Richards;
"School Libraries How to Secure, how
to Use Them," George A. Stearns;
"Hints on School Management," II. J.
Risk; "Penmanship," H. M. Compton;
"School Law," John Fer;,'ttson; "A
Summer Normal for Susquehanna
County," B. E. .Tames; question box;
new school law; illustrated wot It; "The
Good Teacher," Charles T. Thorpe.
Discussion will follow tha presentation
of each paper.
We have the finest line of carpats ever brought to
Scranton,all grades and prices. We also carry a full Hue
of Draperies and Window Shades that we can save you
money on by purchasing of us, Faucy Chairs in Upholstery,
Willow aud Rattau at about one-half the prices others are
asking for them. For cheap Stands aud Tables see our
.window display. Remember we are closing out our Wall
Paper stock at less than half price.
J. SCOTT INGLIS. 419 LACKA. AVE.
Wall Street Review
Now York, Sept. 1C Tho market closed
this evening with a general lovel of prices
lower after a day of great Irregularity
nnd constant movement up and down of
the wholo list over a. narrow range.
Northern Pacific Issues were at one lime.
In special demand and showed marked ad
vances. This was also true of Consolldat
ed ana, Pittsburg, C. C. C. nnd St. L
Chicago, Great Northern and the Minne
apolis and the St. Louis stocks. All of
theso reacted from tho best, but most of
them remained nt an advance over last
night's close. Pittsburg C. C. and Bt.
Louis common and preferred show not
gains of l?a2 points respectively. Con
solidate Gas also sained 2 points net
after having been two points higher. Oth
er marked gains wero Ico preferred 4Uc.j
Buffalo, Rochester and Pittsburg, 3V4o i
Chicago Great Western preferred A, 2c;
do. B, 3c; EvansvlHo and Terre Hauto
preferred 2?ic, and Erie Mrst preferred,
Buy Stato Gas, Illinois Steel, Linseed Oil,
Omaha preferred, u point or over. Total
sales wero C60.CU9.
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN, AL
LEN & CO., stock brckers, Mcars build
trjg, rooms 70C-T0C.
Open- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. lng.
Am. Tobacco Co V2's S24 D2 tu
Am. Cotton Oil 25 2Vj 21' VS
Am. Sug. Fefg. Co.. .15114 V-Wi 1524 152
Atch., To. A H. Fe... loTa 10 IWi 18
Atch. To. & S Fe Pr. 3li 35 31 S4'4
Canada Southern.... C2 fi2U 00 til!,
dies. & Hhlo 25i 2!i 25'i 2Ci
Chicago Gas ,..107'.i If;! 100,is lOtili
Chic. & N. Western. UlTi 132 130V4 13114
Chic, H. & 0 100 JOfl'i 99T4 100'
C. C. C. & St. Louis. 40'4 41U SOVi 40',.
Chic. Mil. & St. P1...101i 101?i lOOTi 101
Chic, R. I. &P.1C.... U5',i 5 9IU 8I?1
Del. & Hud 120'f, 120U 120',h 12u',i
DIst. & C. F 13T.i ll'.i 13); 33H
Ocn. Electric 40)4 41 40 40
Lake Short 190ja l!d 170 170
Louis. & Nashville. Cl',4 Cl& GO P0',s
M. K. & Texas Pr... 41,4 41'i 41 41U
Man. Elevated 133 113 112 1121;
Mo. Pac 37Td 3814 37',i J7
Nat. Lead 42 42 W)i 41
N. J. Central 97-Vi 9S?4 W?i OS
N. Y. Central 115U lir6 lli,4 114
N. Y., L. 13. & W.... 18i 19 IS',4 W
N. Y., S. & W. Pr... 42 4IV4 43 44
Nor. Pac 21' i 21T4 20H 21
Ont. & Western .... 1076 2014 19 19
Omaha S9U S0',4 S714 W4
Pac Mall ,t7',i SS 37 37
Phil. & Reading .... 28 2S14 27 23
Southern R. It 2i 12U 11 lis;
Southern II. R. Pr... 37'i 37',i 35 35
Tonn., C. & Iron .... 33U 34 33 33
Texas Pac 13 13 13 134
Union Pacific 23',; 23 22',; 22r
Wabash S'4 si4 S,4 Mi
Wabash, Pr. 22 23 221 22
West, Union 95 96'!i M 95
' L- " V 3'4 3 3'' sla
U. S. Leather 9 10 9 9
U. S. Leather, Pr. .. 70 71 C94 xt
U .S. Rubber ,. 1S 19 18 18
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
Open- High- Low- Clos
WHEAT. lng. est. ' est. lng.
December 93Ti 914 93'S !i
May 93 91 93 92
December 21 21 21 21
Iay 23 23 23 13
December ' ZVA 31?1 314 3ns
3Iay 31 35 34 St
December 4.47 4.57 4.47 4.67
December 8.11 S.2S 8.10 S.25
Scranton Board of Trade I'xchnngo
Quotntions--All Quotations Based
on I'nr of 100.
STOCKS. Bid. Asked.
Scranton & Plttston Trac. Co. ... 20
National Poring & Drlll'g Co. ... 0
First National Bank 650
Elmhurst Boulevard Co li
Scranton Savings Bank 200
Scranton Packing Co 95
Lacka. Iron and Steel Co 150
Third National Bank 350
Throop Novelty M'f'g Co SO
Scranton Traction Co 15 17
Scranton Axlo Works 75
Weston Mill Co 250
Alexander Car Replace Co 100
Scranton Bedding Co 105
Dime Dep. & Dis. Bank 145 ...
Lacka. Trust & Safe Dep Co.. 115
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage due 1920 115 ...
People's Street Railway first
mortgage duo 1918 115
Scranton & Plttston True Co. ... 90
People's Street Railway, Gen
eral mortgage, due 1921 115
Dickson Manufacturing Co 100
Lacka. Township School 5 102
City of Scranton St. Imp. 6 102
Mt. Vernon Coal Co S5
Scranton Axle Works 100
Scranton Traction Co 100
New York Produce Market.
Now York, Sept. 10 Flour Weak and In
como instances lower than yesterday. City
patents, SG.10aG.40; city mill clear, ?5.55a
E.70; winter straights, 51.tOa5.00; Minne
sota patents, $5 00a5.SO. Whoat Spot weak.
No. 2 red, $1.01 f. o. b,, afloat; ungraded
red, $1.00; No. 2 red, $1.01 f. o. b., afloat;
ungraded red, $1.00; No. 1 northern Du
luth, $1.03 f. o. b afloat; No. 2 bard,
Jl.O0 afloat. Options opened easy, with
few exceptions weak all day, declining
under bearish Argentine news, lower tote
cables and liquidation, closing alc. net
lower. No. 2 red May, 90a37;c closed
9G; September, J1.00al.00, closed $1.00;
December, 97 1-16aOSc, closed 97c. Corn-
afloat. Options opened steady nd ad
vanced slightly on frost talk, but de
clined slowly with wheat and closed c.
net lower; September, 35a33c., closed 35c;
October closed S5'.4c; "December, S6a37c.
closed 37e. Oats Spot steady; No. 2, 25c;
No. 3, 34.jc; No. 2 white, 2Hic; No. 3
white, 2GM.i$1.12: track mixed western, 25
n2Gc; track white, 2Ga33c Options fair
ly nctlvo and steady at unchanged prices.
September closed 25c; October closed 25c ;
December closed 26c Beef Steady. Cut
Meats Quiet; pickled bellies, 7aSc.
Butter Firm; western creamery, 13a
18c factory, Snl2c; Elgins, 18al8c;
Imitation creamery, llal4c; stato dairy,
Hal6',4c; do. creamery', 13al$e. Cheese
Bteady; large white, 8c: small do., 9c.j
part skims, ea7c; full skims, 3n4c.
Eggs Quiet; stnto and Pennsylvania, 16a
18c; western fresh, 10c Tallow Nomin
al; city, 3a.".c; country, 3a3c. l'o
Philadelphia Provision .Market.
Philadelphia, Septi 1G. Wheat "ic low
er; contract grade September, D7a794C.;
October, November nnd December, nom
inal. Corn Steady; No. 2 mixed, Septem
ber, 35a35c. ; October, November, Decem
ber, nominal. Oats Steady. No. 2 white,
September, W;n2!c.; October, November
and December, 2fii.4a27c. Butter Firm and
le. higher; fancy western, creamery, do.
Pennsylvania prints and do. western
iprlnts, 18e. Eggs Quiet but steady; fresh
nearby, 17c; do. western, lGalGVio. Cheese
Dull and weak: New York full cream
fancy. 90,ic; do. do. fair to good, 8)4a
9',;c. Refilled Sugars Firm, good demand.
Cotton c lower; middling uplands, 7c,
Tullow Firm; city prime In hogshead,
3c; country do. do., barrels, 3c; dark
do., 3c; cake?, 3c; grease, 2',4a2'ic Llvo
Poultry Firm, fair demand; fowls, 10c;
old roosterr, 7c; spring chickens, Oallc.
ducks, 9c. Dressed Poultry Scarce and
higher. Fowls choice, 12c; broilers,
large, llal3c; do. small and scalded, 8a
10c Receipts Flour, 3,000 barrels, 11,000
sacks; wheat, 79,000 bushels; corn, 85,000
bushels; oats, S.WX) bushels. Shipments
Wheat, 89,000 hushels; corn, 30,000 bushels;
oats, 9,000 bushels.
Chicago Crnin Market.
Chicago, Sept. 16. Leading futures:
Wheat September, 9laU3c; Dccembor,
93a93',;c; May, 93a82c Corn Septem
ber, 29a29c; December, 31a31c; May,
34:54a34c Oats September. 19al9',4c. ;
December, 21a21c; May, 23a23c Pork
October, $S.12aS.17',4: December, $S.10a
8.25. Lard October, $M2a4.25; Decem
ber, $1.47a4.GO. Ribs-September, $5.12a
B.15; October, $5.07a5.15. Cash quotations
were as follows: Flour Steadier; No. 2
spring wheat, 93a9Ic; No. 3 do., 90a91c;
No. 2 red, 9la95',;c: No. 2 corn and No. 2
yellow corn, 29a20c; No. 2 oats, 19c;
No. 2 white, f. o. b 22a23Uc, ;. o. b
21a22c; No. 2 rye, 49c; No. 2 barley,
nominal; No. 3, f. o. b 30o40c; No. 1
flax seed, $I.0Gal.09; prime timothy
seed, $2.60a2.G2; pork, $S.20a8.25; lard, $4.50;
short ribs sides, $5.10a5.4O dry salted
shoulders, 5a4c. ; short clear sides, 5a
5c; whiskey, $1.22. Sugars Unchanged.
Flour, receipts, 10,000; shipments, 16,000
wheat, receipts, 1G1.000, shipments, 101,000;
corn, receipts, 585,000; rye, receipts, 11,000,
shipments, 600; barley, receipts, 41,000,
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Sept. 16. Cattle Slow; cows
and heifers, $I.10a4.40; fair to prime veals,
$6.73; fancy calves, $7.00. Texas steers,
J3.10a4.10. Western rangers, $3.2Sal.40.
Hogs Five cents lower; common to cholco
light weights, $l.C0a4.35; culls, $1.75a3.75;
mixed lots, $3.95a4.25. Heavy packing,
$3.70a3.95. Sheep nnd Lambs Steady;
western muttons, $3.75; lambs, $5.25a5.65;
fair to good fat lambs, $1.30a4.35; feeders
at $l.25a4.75. Stock ewes, $3.75; feeders,
fair to good westerns. $3.50a3.70; fat mut
ton stock, $3.65a4.00. Receipts Cattle, 10,
000; hogs, 21,000; sheep, 14,000.
New York Live Stock.
New York, Sept. 16. Beeves No trad
ing. European cables quote American
steers at llallc; refrigerator beef, Pa
9c. Calves Quiet, steady; all sold.
Veals, $5a8. grassers and buttermilks, $4a
4.25. Sheep and Lambs Quiet but trlflo
firm; sheep, $3a4.25; lambs, $6a0.00. Hogs
Higher at $4.40a4.70.
15 u Halo Live Stock.
East Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 16. Cattle
Nothing doing. Hogs Dull and slow.
Yorkers, good to choice, $1.50; roughs,
common to good, $3.C5a3.S0; pigs, good to
choice, $4.25a4.50. Sheep and Lambs
Fairly active; lambs cholco to extra, ?5.75a
6.00; culls and common, $4.50a5.25; sheep,
cholco to selected wethers, $4.50a4.75; culls
and common, $2.5Oa4.00.
East Liberty Cnttlo .Market
East Liberty, Sept. 16. Cattle Un
changed. Hogs Fairly active; prlmo med
ium and light Yorkers, $4.45a4.M; common
to fair grades, $4.35a4.40; grassers and
stubblers, $4.20a4.aO; pigs, $4.20a4.30; heavy,
$4.20a4.30; roughs, $3.00a3.75. Sheep Steady;
ohalce, $1.10a4.20; common, $2.50a3.40; cholco
lambs, $5.30a5.C0; common to good lambs,
$I.O0a5.10; voal calves. $6.50a7.25.
New York, Sept. 10. Petroleum Penn
sylvania crude, no market, nominally at
Mrs. John Faraday, sr is visiting
with friends In Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. George Drake, sr., and
Miss Mary O'Hora have returned after
a week's stay at Harvey's lake.
At a meeting of the congregation of
tho Brick church on Tuesday evening
.the following trustees were elected: E.
J. Wlldrlck, II. L. Etlsall, Charles
Marcy, Dewltt Heed, Thomas Martin,
Jacob Breymlcr and William Rumer
fleld. Miss Fannie Crosby, tho noted blind
poetess, will give an entertnlnment In
the Brick church Tue.'dny evening,
Sept. 21. Admission, ten cents.
imp p f3 pj 1 m E
life If 111
Most torturing and disfiguring of Itching,
burning, scaly skin and scalp humors Is In
stantly relieved by a warm bath with Cirri
cuka SoAf, a single application of CirnnutA
(ointment i, tho great skin euro, nnd a full doo
of Cl'TlcunA llcsotvcsT, greatest of blood
purifiers and humor cures, when all clso fails.
df1 Jl fl
Io'i thTOUghoutth worM. roTTE T)r i liyo Cniit.
Cew, rmpi., ftoiton. " 11w lo Cute StltHhum,"ftee.
Fr.iiiwn unto rimpiT r.nynimHiii,
Mccormick & co.,
STOCKS, GRAIN AND COTTON
Members of Now York Stock Exchange,
Philadelphia Stock Exchnnge, New York
Produce Exchange Now York Cotton
Exchange, Chicago Hoard of Trade.
SCRANTON OFFICE-Room 305 and .10(1
Board of Trade Hulldlng. Telephone No. 425a
T. N. BUTTER, Slnnngcr.
il E. ROCBRS
213 LACXAWANM AVENUE.
Has full and complete stock
of all the latest up-to-date
Belts, Waist Sats,
Rogers' Silvar -Plated Ware,
Sterling Silver Spoons,
at tlie very lowest
possible prices at
213 Lackawanna Avenue.
Stimulate the stomach,
rouse the liver, cure bilious
ness, headache, dizziness,
tour stomach, constipation.
etc. Price 55 cents. SoM by all drucKlsts.
The only Tills to Ulco with Hood's Sirp.ullla.
ON THE LINE OF THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC 'Y
sure) located the finest nehlnsr and hunting;
rrounds In tho world. Descriptive) books
on application. Tickets to all points In
Maine, Canada and Maritime Provinces.
Minneapolis, St. Paul, Canadian and
United States Northwest, Vanvouver,
Beattl. Tacoraa, Portland, Ore., San
First-Class Stooping and Dining Gars
attached to all throuxht trains. Tourist
cars fully fitted with bedding, curtains
and specially adapted to wants of families
mar be had with second-class tickets.
Bates always less than via other lines.
For further Information, time tables, etc..
on application to
a V. SKINNER, G. E. A..
353 Brocdwny, New York.
TODAY AND TOMORROW'S
IYER DAVIDOW, 307 LACKAWANNA AVE,
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ARQAINS UPON BARGAINS in all sorts of
footwear for everybody. We sell good shoes
cheaper than others for the reason we buy our
yuuusi, uui aiways iu a airecc way, out ot manu
facturers in need of ready cash and then take the advantage
of all discounts, nnd hpsirlfc: wa An t1i Infn-ocf -1i k..r.:
4- ness on the avenue, and the immptisp onrW PtmWne -nc
3 -f sell all sorts of high grade footwear for less money than
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ot casu worKs marvelous. We ask you to come in and see
our goods before buying elsewhere. Remember, there is
no trouble to show goods and you will surely save money
by it. We are the greatest popular priced shoe house in
Hen's Shoes from 50c. to $3.00.
Ladles' Shoes from 49c to $3.50.
Children's Shoes from 12J4c to $1.25.
Russet Shoes at Your Own Price.
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07 Lackawanna Ave,
ACKNOWLEDGED CHEAPEST WHOLESALE AND RETAIL SHOE HOUSE,
Albany Dentist Association
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DR. HILL i SOI. - FIRST MM)
Philadelphia Lawn Mowers,
Best in the Market.
Drexel Lawn Mowars,
Best cheap mower made.
Prices $2.50, $2.75, $3,00
Baldwin's Dry Air Refrigiratars
All sizes. The most per
fect refrigerator manu-iactured.
434 Lackawanna Av3,
Choice of any $1.00, $1.25,
$1,50 or $2,
P IiID-rl iTi flW
We Make It.
We Warrant It.
We Wholesale It.
HE ISTOI DLL CO,
LACKAWANNA TRUST -SAFE
404 Lackawanna Av3nu9,
WM. T. SM1TII, Pres,
HENRY J. ANDERSON, Ylce-Pres.
JOHN W. FOWLER, Treas.
Deposit Accounts of Corpora
tions, Merchants. Firms and Indi
viduals Solicited. Three Per Cent.
Interest Paid on Savings Deposits.
Tliis Company Acts as Trustee,
Executor, Administrator, Guar
dian, Etc., Under Appointments
by the Courts, Corporations or
100 To Any M,
WILL PAY $100 FOR ANY CASE
Of Wcnkuoss in Won They Trent nnd
Fait to Cure.
An Omaha Company places for tho
first .time before the public a MAGI
CAL. TREATMENT for the cure ot
Lost Vitality, Nervous anil Sexual
"Weakness, and Restoration of Life
Forc3 In old and young men. No
worn-out French remedy; contains no
Phosphorous or other harmful drugs.
It Is a "WONDEUFUL TREATMENT.
Magical in Its effects postlve In lta
cure. All readers, who aro suffering
from a weakness that bllchts their
life, causing that mental and physical
suffering peculiar to Lost Manhood,
should write to the STATE MEDICAL
COMPANY. Suite 717, Range Building,
Omaha, Neb., and they will send you
absolutely FREE, a valuable paper on
these diseases, and postlve proofs of
their truly MAGICAL TREATMENT.
Thousands of men, who have lost all
hope of a cure are being restored by
them to a perfect condition.
This MAGICAL TREATMENT may
bo taken at homo under their direc
tions, or they will pay railroad faro
and hotel bills to all who prefer to go
there for treatment, If they fall to
cure. They are perfectly reliable;
havo no Freo Prescriptions, Free Cure,
Freo Sample, or C. O. D. fake. They
have $2fi0,000 capital, and guarantee to
euro every case they treat or refund
every dollar; or their charges may be
deposited In a bank to bo paid to them
when a euro Is effected. Write them
To Close Out
THE TAILOR'S FASHION PLATES
111 k IB
SHOW nothing Hint we do not mnkc, No
garment that you ever suw It too nice for
us to turn out. At the unmo tlmo we enn
miike you nn AM,-VOOIjSUIT,ln tholnteat
style, mitlHfactlon guarnutced, FOK Slfj.ua
W. J. DAVIS,
213 Wyoming Ave., SSffif,",.
THIRD NATIONAL SANK
Special Attention Given to Busl
ness and Personal Accounts.
Liberal Accommodations Ex
tended According to Balances and
3 Per Cent. Interest Allowed on
WM. CONNELL, President.
WILLIAM H. PECK, Cashier.
IS SHOWING FEl STYLES
305 Lacka, Ave.