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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 23, 1897.
For the Best
Go to the tnost rellnblo. Largest niiort ment
owest prices In Hnlr Goods. Wo make
WIGS, SWITCHES, BANGS,
PUFFS, WAVES, ETC,
4ntlsfnctlon guaranteed In LndleV nnd
nndaenU' Wigs for stroot wear. Wo have
Tonics, Bleaches, Rouges
Aslt to sco the Ideal Hnlr liruib, gonutno
Siberian hrlstlo nlr cushioned. Children's
Jlutr Cutting receives our apodal attention.
317 Lackawanna Ave,
i'roiccdings ol the .Sessions nt 11 ill I -tcn(l--A(ldrLss
by Dr. 1'nrKc, Dr.
ltobinson and Dr. .Mills.
Special to the Scianton Tribune.
Hallstead, Sept. 22. The evening ses
sion of Tuesday of the Lackawanna
l'lesbyteij, now In session In the Pres
Ijj lei Inn church In this place, opened
by an organ prelude, followed by an
unthem by tho choir. The scripture
leading- by Rev. W. P. Colclough, of
Monroeton, Pa., was followed by
prayer, offered by Rev. r. C. Jones, of
Ulster, Pa. The llrst sermon on Pres
bjterlanlsm was delivered by Rev. N.
G. Paike. D. D , of Pittston, who spoke
upon the subject, "The Genesis and
Kcilptuial Authority of Piesbjterlan
ism " He chose for his text the twen
tieth chapter of the Acts of the
Apostles, the s-eventeenth and twenty
eighth erses. Among other things he
bald: "The moderator has explained
the subject and It has been thoroughly
ventilated, and as I look oer the audi
ence I am reminded of a general assem
bly 1 attended twenty-five or thirty
1 ears azo, where a number of minis
ters were discussing the subject
whether the Presbyterian chuich was
Milted to the colored people. The ne
glect had an Idea that the Methodist
and Baptist churches were best suited
for the colored people. While the dis
cussion was going on an old darkey
In the rear of the church arose and
said: 'People do not understand Pies
byteilanlsm. Brethren, Presbyteilan
lsm Is Bible and common sense.' The
name Presbyterlanism suggests Itself
to be what it Is. It Is taken from the
Gieek woid Presbufrlos. Tha genesis
of Presbyterlanism Is tnat from Noah,
Moses, Judges, Kings and so on to the
piesent Is a government by elders.
Church government Is represented by
ciders ordained and set apart by lay
ing on hands of Presbytery.
Presbyteilan government Is the most
charitable of all church government.
"We believe It to be the most scriptural
and wo regard all other governments
Tho second sermon was delivered by
Rev. C. H. Robinson, D. D , pastor of
the Second Presbyteilan church of
Scranton. He spoke upon the subject,
"The Doctrine and Polity of the Pres
bjterian Church" In a very forcible
Rev. Thornton A. Mills, D. D., of
"Wllkes-Barre, delivered the third ad
dtess of the evening. He discussed the
subject, "The Worship and Work of
the Piesbyteilan Church." He said, In
pait: "Presbyterian worship Is some
thing more than meie deportment of
heart. It teaches us that the religion
Is to be kept holy. We are also taught
that we shall so live In our homes
that our Inlluence shall be felt. We are
also taucht that we as parents should
see that pvery one around us, servants
and children, should refrain from all
secular work on the Sabbath, and that
the dav should be commenced with
MUs Laura Davles has returned home
from a visit among friends ut rorost City.
A fair sized aimlence attended tho lec
ture elver in Music hall on Monday even
ing l,v Robeit J. Burdette on the subject
of "Goo 1 Medicine " Mr. Burdette caused
many bursts of great laughter by his
humor. There were such practical truths
underljlng all of it that those who hcird
him depaited feeling they had bten great
1 beuclltcd b the administration of his
medicinal eomrounds In mixture of hu
mor, wit and common sense.
Uho fureral of the Rev. John LaBar
was held on Tuesday afternoon from his
lato residence Theio was a laro num
ber of friends and fellow ministers of the
deceased pic sent. Rev. Wilson Trieble,
pastor of tho Wyoming Methodist church
conducted tho set vices. Tho Interment
was made In Forty Fort cemetery.
The Wyoming Hoso company savo an
entertainment In Music hall on Tuesday
evening which was patronized by a largo
number or people.
On Tuesday evening a business meet
ing or the Baptist Young People's union
was held In tho Baptist church. Tho
eloction of officers was held and tho fol
lowing were chosen: Pi evident, Robert
R. Thompson; vice president, Mrs. Dan
iel Reesej secretary, Miss Laura Davles;
treasurer, MUs Belle Robinson. An hour
for Bible study will be devoted hereafter
by members of the society and all others
who wish to attend on Tuesday evenings
of each week.
William Brydcn Is quite sick at the
homo of his on on Fourth street.
Mrs. W. C. Price, of Pittston, and Miss
Maf-y MaoCJements, of Boston, were
guests of Mrs. Chailes Penny yesterday.
Mrs. William Dawson has returned
homo from her visit at Bunbury.
Charles. Law Is Improving gradually
from his severe Illness.
Visit tho Dallas Fair. Open from Sept.
23 to Oct. 1, Inclusive.
MIS 10 CARPET BUYERS.
Three reasons why you should buy your Carpets from us: First Bo
causo we carry the lartjest line of Carpets In Scranton Socond Because
everythluR Is of tho latest deslRus, and tho quality the best. Third
Because our prices are always the lowest.
WAUL PA RE RS-We still havo Borne goods that wo are selling at
5 CENTS A ROLL, worth 10 cents.
FU R IM ITU R E Upholstered Chairs, Tables and Couches at about one.
half their regular prices
J. SCOTT INGLIS.
Today a special excursion goes to I'ort
Jt-rvli, when tho Honosdato and l'ort
Jcrvls teaniB cross bats.
llcv. W. II. Swift Is attending the i'res.
bytcry now In sceslon at Hallstead, in,
J. r. Wilcox will soon move his family
to Lancaster, Pa., where ho has a posi
tion with the Connecticut Mutual Insur
Mrs. C, M. Detts la tho truest of Profes
sor and Mrs. Twltmoycr, of Uelhlehcnr.
Charles Nlelson, of tho French restau
rant, Is dangerously 111,
Mra. J. J, Curtis Is visiting1 a sister at
Cortlond, N. Y.
Mrs. O. W. Decker and daughter, Edith,
nro spending a few weeks with friends
In Orango county, N. Y., and MlUord, la.
Tho Wayno county fair, which will bo
held 8ept. 28, 29 and 80, promises to ex
ceed that of former ears, both In attend
ance and display of farm products.
Tho Democratic county convention will
bo held 'In tho court-houso next' Monday
afternoon and tho Kopubllcan on TuesJay
Tlho attraction at tho opera houio noxt
week will bo a farco comedy, "A lie
Heart," full of fun. Tno nights.
Tho Misses Vlnnle, Hose, Harriot and
Katharlno Slanton nnd party have re
turned from a ten days' outing at Elk
This (Thursday) evening Metzger'i or
chestra will furnish music for Pocohontas
ball and reception In Masonic hall,
Visit tho Dallas Fair. Open from Sept.
29 to Oct. 1, Inclusive.
Tho grocery and gent's furnishing stsro
of O. II. Wllllnms & Bon, was closed out
Tuesday by I M. Willams, tho Junior
member, who has conducted the business
of lute. On Wednesday Mr. Williams and
W. W. LeRoy went to Kceleisburg on
Mrs. Jljra Latham and oung son visit
ed her mother, Mrs. Lathem, this week,
returning to Scranton on Wednesday.
Claude Walker, of Scranton, spent
Wednesday night with his grandmother,
Mrs. A. D. Walker.
C. II. Thomas lc moving Into tho Crane
house, which will bo used as a doublo
house. His brother, Samuel Thomas, uc
cupjlng part of It.
Samuel Walker, of Keelersburg, Is In
tow n for a few days.
Visit the Dallas Fair. Open from Sept.
28 to Oct. 1, Inclusive
FIERCE FIGHT IN INDIA.
Desperate I'lvo Hours' llnttlo with
Simla, India, Sept. 22 -Tho Haddah
Mullah, with a largo and well organized
force of insurgent tribesmen, attacked
tho camp of General Sir Ulndon Blood
at 9 o'clock Inst evening. Flcrco lighting
which lasted five hours, followed. Gen
eral Woodhouso was severely wounded.
Quetta, Beloochistan, Sept. 22 Tho
Ameer of Alghanlstan has ordered that
tho rebel refugees from Beloochistan bo
refused nn asylum In Afghanistan. This
is expected to settle tho unrest In Be-
luchlstan nnd to facilitate tho capture
of tho ngltator, Jafllr Khan.
London, Sept. 22 Drafts from eight
regiments of cavalry have ben ordered
to bo made ready for shipment to India.
W nil Street Itrviavv
New York, Sept. 22. The result of
today's transactions on the stock ex
change In the recovery of the greater
part of the losses sustained in yester
day's sharp reaction, many stocks
closing tonight higher than Monday
night. During the earlv part of the
day the market was extremely Iriegu
lar and uncertain In tone, a number of
tho specialties continuing to show
marked weaknesses even after the
railroad list had recovered from Its re
actionary tendency. But by the second
hour of trading the bears had pi actu
ally abandoned their efforts to work a
reaction and the whole market was
tending slowly upward. The most
marked net gains during the day were:
Consolidated Gas, 876; Brooklyn Union
Gas, 5; Sugar, 4U; Sugar preferred,
2,i; Brooklyn Transit, 2; New Jersey
Central, 3?s, and Northwest, Omaht
and Susauehanna and Western pre
ferred, 2V4 each. The bond maiket
showed some falling off In activity, but
prices were strong ex-ept In the Stand
ard Rope Issues. Of tnese, the sixes
list six points and the Incomes l1.
The total sales were $2,800,000. Total
sales of stocks were 624, COO shares.
Furnished bv WILLIAM LINN, AL
LEN & CO., stock brokers, Mears bulla
ing, rooms iCu-706.
Open- High- Low- Clos
lng. est. est. iru
Am. Tobacco Co .... SSYs 89 87,i S9U
Am. Cot. Oil 23
Am. Sug. Rc'g Co ..143
Atch., To. & S. To .. 1514
A., T. & S. P.. Pr .. S2
Can. Southern ES-a
Ches. & Ohio 2IV4
Chicago Gas 1044
Cbic. & N. W 126V
Chic, B. & Q 98Vi
C. C. C. & St. L .... 37
Chic, Mil. & St. P .. 8SVS
lIUC'., it. x. a. 1- i
Delaware & Hud ...11714
Dist. & C. F I3s
Gen. Electric 2
Lake Shore 171
Louis. & Nash 593i
M. K. & Tex., Pr .. 373i
Manhattan Ele 10G
Mo Pacific 3114
Nat. Lead Z)
N. J. Central 97'i
N. Y. Central Ill
N. Y L. E. & W .. 17
N. Y., S. & W IS
N. Y.. S & W., Pr .. 41'4
Nor. Pacific, Pr 52' 4
Ont. &. West IS
Pacific Mall 3l4
Phil. & Read 20'4
Southern R. R 119$
Southern R. It., Pr.. 31'4
Tenn , C & Iron .... 31'4
Texas Pacific 13
Union Paclllo 214
Wabash. Pr 214
West. Union 92i
W. L 2'b
U. S. Leather &h
U. S. Leather, Pr .. CS'i
U. S. Rubber 1714
Open- High- Low- Clos-
WHEAT. lng., est. est. lng.
Decombcr 90?i 9214 W14 M!4
May 90 91 E9s 91?8
Are gaining favor rapidly,
Business men and travel
lers carry them In vest
Docket., ladles carry them
In punes, houiekeeper. keep them In medlclno
cloieti, tti.ndi recommend them to frlendi. Sic.
419 LACKA. AVE.
Rojal make the food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
ROYAl tHKISO FOtfOCR CO., MEW YORK.
December 4 02
December 8 25
4.G7 4 GO 4 Co
Scrnnton Hoard of Trndo lUchnngo
2uotntions--AI! Quotations Based
on Par of 100.
Scranton & Pittston Trac. Co.
Natlnnnl Unrlmr & DrlU'c Co.
First National Bank 630
Klmhurst Boulevard Co
Scranton Savirgs Bank M
Scranton Packing Co
Lacka. Iron and Steel Co
Third National Bank 350
Throop Novelty M'f'g Co
Scranton Traction Co 15
Scranton Axle Works
Weston Mill Co
Alexander Car Replacer Co
Scranton Bedding Co
Dlmo Dep. & Dls. Bank 145
Lacka. Trust & Safe Dep Co.. 115
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage due 19.10 115
rec-pie'B street Hallway nrst
mortgage due 1918
Scranton & Pittston Trac Co.
People's Street Railway, Gen
eral mortgage, due 1921
Dickson Manufacturing Co ...
Lacka. Township School 5
City of Scranton St. Imp. 0
Mt. Vernon Coal Co
Scranton Axle Works
Scranton Traction Co 100
Philadelphia Provision .HmKvt.
Philadelphia, Sept. 22 Wheat-Firm
and 54c hlghei , contract grade, Septem
ber, 9o14a9oe , October, November and
Decembei, nomlt al Corn Firm; No. 2
mixed, September, 34a311iC, October, No
vembei and Dfcember, nominal. Oats
Fim; No. 2 white Sfptembor, October,
November and December, 2G5a27c. Flour
Lower, winter super, $3 23a3 50; do. ex
tras, $3 50a3.73; Pennsvlvunla roller clear,
$4 4l)a4 03, do. do. stialght, $1 63a4 SO, west
ern vvlnterclear, 4.41)al C5, do. do. stralgnt,
$ 1.70a 1 So, do. do. patent, $1 0a5 15; spring
clear, $1.13al 50, do. straight, $oa5 23; do
patent, $5 25a3 50, do. favorlto brands.
higher; city rrills extra, f3 60a3 73; do.
clear, $150a4 70, do. straight, $l85a5; do
patent, $3 30a5 70. Butter Firm, good de
mand; fancy western crcameij, do. Penn
slvania prints and do. western prints
21c. Eggs Firm, fresh, nearby, 18c; do
western, 17c. Cheese Steady. Retlneu
Sugars Strong and at 9 43 a. m , pew
deied, crown A, nnd mould A were ad
vanced l-16c; powdered, 5c; crown A
3c. Cotton Unchanged. Tallow Firm
city primo in hogsheads, 3'ic; coun.n
piime in bairels, 3c: dark, do, 3c.
cakes, 3c; grease. 2a3c Llvo Poultrj
Fhm; fowls, llallc; old roosters, 7c.
spring efhlekens, lOallHc; ducks, 10c
Dicssed Poultry Firm, good demand
fowls, choice, 12al2c; broilers, large, 115.
al3c; do. do. small nnd bcalded, ba.Oo
Receipts Flour, 4 000 barrels; 1S.OO0 -ac'cs
wheat, 129,000 bushe'.s; corn, o2,0O0 bushels
oats, 42,000 bushels. Shipments Wheat
3,00) bushels; corn, 17,000 bushels; oats,
Chicago Crnin Mnrkct.
Chicago, Sept. 22. Tho leading futures
ranged as follows; Wheat September
915ia9Jc; December, new, 90a9254c; Maj
S9S,aiic. Corn September, 28.,9l
Decc niter, 30a31c ; May, 33-a34c. Oals
Selptember, 19al99-4C.; December, 2f
20c: May, 23a23c. Pork-OdobT
tS 1752a8 32'4; December, $3 23a8 40; Jar.u
ary $9.27a9 37. Lard-October, ! 1 F.C
4 60; December, J4.C2a4 6754; Januaiv
$l.775.a4 82 Ribs October, J3.10a3.12 t
December, $4S7a4 93; January, ;4S7..
4 January, $4 87a4 92. Cash quota
tions were as follows: Flour Bai 1
steady, No. 2 spring wheat, 9.a93c, Ni
3 do, 83aS9c; No. 2 red, 33a9454c; No .
corn, 2954a29c: No. 2 oats, 2051c; No 1
white, f. o. b, 22.l2354c; No. 3 do., f. o
b., 22a23c: No 2 rye, 47-c; No. 2 barlej
nominal; No. 3, f. 0. b , Sialic; No. 4. f
o. b , 29a3bc ; No. 1 flax seed, $l.(Kal.0b
prlmo timothey seed, $2 63; pork. JS 33aS 40
lard, $1 60; ribs, sides, $3a3 30; dry salte
.shoulders, 5a5c ; short clear sldea, Csa
D'ic; whlskj, $1 22; sugats, not quota!
Receipts Flour, 13,000 ban els; wheat, u57,
000 bushels: corn, 902,000 bushels; oal
COO.000 bushels; rye, 30,000 bushels; barle
151,000 bushels. Shipments Flour, 7,0tX
bands; wheat, 43,000 bushels; corn, COi.
bushels; oats, 220,000 bushels; rjc, 8U
bushels, barlej, 5,000 bushels.
Now York I'roduco Jfnrkrt.
Now York, Sept. 2.' rioui Steady and
moderate) actlo for choice brands; chj
mill clears, $jjoa3.70; wlntet sttalghH,
tl Till 90, Minnesota patents, $3.5a5i3
Wheat Spot llun: Xo. 2 red, WjC, t o
b , afloat; No 2 hard, OSc, f. o. b , afloat,
New York, $1 004, f. o. b., ntlout for No 1
northern; options weak under bearish ca
bles, but recocred and ruled firm all day
on heavy coverliiK, higher western mar-
DR. E. C. WEST'S
NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT
THE ORIGINAL, ALL OTHERS IMITATIONS,
Is Boldundor positive Written Guarantee,
oy authorized agents only, to care Woat JJemorr,
nuBB, vvnituiuinosB, viiB, iiysiena, uuick
Night Losses. Kvil Dreams. I jack of Conn.
donee. Nervousness, Laseltndo, all Drains, Youth
ful Errors, or Excessive U'o of Tobacco, Opium,
nr JJiquur, wuicn lea
insanity and Death,
nr Liquor, which leads to Misery, Consumption,
my anu ueatn. At (tore or oy man,
hi for t5s with written irunruntei
care or refund money, riamplc pack'
age, containing five daysr treatment, with full
instructions, 25 cents. One cample only sold to
uai-u puiduu. ni score or oy man.
tSTRcd Label Special
For Imnotoncv. Ixmb nt
Powor. Lost Manhnnri.
HtorihtV or DarrennessJ
tfil a noil biz tor fi, vjith
? fiV n .InOlara At- m,J
Anerne. ' ' ' obu)u
Wm. Q, Clark, 336 Pcnn, Ave,, Scranton, Pa
Health is Wealth.
8omHrontedirellibL, monthly, rernlttinr msdlclnt. Only hanaUsa Ul4
th parett dru( ih.uld be ste4. If you vast tha but, (t
Of. PeaB'3 Pomnyroyafl PIIBs
Tbty are prompt, laft ard certain In reaalU Tk tenaloo (Dr. Faal't) nvr dlnp.
slut. Bnt anywhere, tl.00, Ad&rau PJUl, Usoiaaa Co., Uenl.n, O,
Fo.-SaP by JOHN H. PHELPS,
kt, oxpjort demand and lighter spring
wheat receipts, closing VflHo, nlct high
er; No, 2 red May, 83Vio!lVic., closed 9IVic.;
September. 97V4a934c., closed OSVic; Octo
ber, 96a87',c, closed, 87140.! November,
91a95a4c, closed K0.', December, 94a
95 11-lCc, closed 9314c. Corn Spjot firm,
No. 2, 38'ic, f. o. b afloat; options opened
cak with wheat but recovered on an actlvo
demand for tfhorts, closing Uc net higher;
September closed 344c.i October, 33 lMCa
34Uc, closed 31Vlc.J November closed
ai?ic.; December, 35 H-16a3CVic, closed
36c. Oats Spot stronger; No. 2, Siftc,;
No. 3, 21Vic; No. 2 white, 271ia2714c.; No.
3 do., 2614a26c; track mixed, western,
25a20c.j track white, 27a33c; options dull,
but steady with corn, closing at Uc. net
advance; September closed ZlVc; Octo
ber closed 2-Ic; December closed 25sic.
Beef Firm. Cut Meats Qulot! pickled
bellies, 7a8V4c; do. shoulders, Blic; do,
hams, 34a3!4c. Butter Firm; western
creamery, 13a20',4c; do. factory, 9al2'.i
Elglna, 2014c.; Imitation creamery, 1114a
14c; state dairy, llal8c; do. creamery,
13a2014c Cheese Steady; large whlto and
colored, 914c; small Whlto and colored,
914c; part skims, 614a7c; full skims, 3V4a
4c. iKggs Firm; state and Pennsylvania,
1614al9c; western fresh, 17al,4c. Tallow
Dull; city, 314a3c; country, 314c. Pe
troleumDull. i:nst Liborty Cnttlo Mnrkct.
Cast Liberty, Pa, Sept. 22 -Cattle-Steady
and unchanged. Hogs Fairly ac
tive; prime Mght and choice mediums, I 65
a4 75; common to fair, $1 C0a4 63; pigs, J4.40a
4 60; heavy, JI40a4 50; grassers and stub
blcrs, J4 50a4 60; roughs, J3al. Sheep
Steady; choice, $1 20i4 30; common, J2 50a.
3 40; choice lambs, $5 50a5 83; common to
good lambs, $la5.25; veal calves, J7a7.00
Butrnlo Lite Stock.
East Buffalo. N. Y., Sept. 22 Cattle
Slow and barely steady. Hogs About
steady; Yorkers, good to choice, JIM);
roughs, common to good, J3ROa4; pigs,
good to choice, J1 60i4 60. Sheep and Lamb
Fairly firm; lambs, choice to extra, $5 b3
hC73; culls and common, JI30a5 23; sheep,
cholco to selected wethers, $4COa4.75; culls
nnd common, $2.75a4.
New York Llvo Stock.
New York, Sept. 22. Beeves Active, 10
al5c higher; nativo steers, $la5.15; stags
and oxen, J2.59al 50; bulls, $2 25a3; dry
cows, J1.75a3 30. Calves Steady; veals,
c higher; other calves firm; veals, J3a
S23; grassers nnd buttermilks, $3 Wa4.
Sheep and Lambs uQlet; sheep steady,
J3al25; lambs, weak, J3a6. Hogs Higher,
$1 60a4 90.
Now- York, Sept. 22. Petroleum Penn
sylvania crude, nominally 85.
Oil City, Pa., Sept. 22. Credit balance,
C; certificates, no bid; shipments, 83,815
barrels; runs, 30,743 barrels.
ILL COOD GROCERS SELL IT
1HHECTIONS Take half usual quantity.
ee water BOILS. Steep 1'IVE minutes.
Ask your Grocer for
For sale by all grocers in
lead packages only.
Is worthy of as much attention as the best
parlor. Call and eeo our stock of fine Bed
lloom Suits at low prices and easy termc
BARBOUR'S HOME CREDIT HOUSE
425 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Pharmacist, cor. Wvomlno avenuo and
m Pi a ts& aw
wyi t'eLri w?arm
rircple, blotches, blackheads, red, rough, oily,
rnolhy Hi), Itching, icaly catp, dry, thin, nnd
fulling hair, and baby blcmlihcs prevented by
Ccncuni 8oir, tho raoit offcctlvo kln purify
ing nd beautifying iop In tho n orld, at well as
purest and avrcetctt for toilet, bath, and nursery.
IicwIdthrootlxMitlheiroTia. Tom D.simC Cor ,
Bole l'ropj , Goiton. or-'llowto beautify the Skln,"fre
1 rrnnnrmir uicu
t ..ii r..u4 v.
Mccormick & co.,
STOCKS, GRAIN AND COTTON
MemWrt of New York Stock Exchange,
Philadelphia Stock Exchnngo, Now York
I'roduco Exchnnge, Now York Cotton
Exchange, Chicago Board of Trade
HCRANTON OPFICE-Room .105 and rj(0
lloardofTradollulldlng TelephonoNo 125'2
T. N. RUTTKH, Manager.
Now on bale,
A visit to our store will
convince you of the variety
of new designs nnd color
ings shown in each depart
213 LRCKAWAN.il AVENJE.
Has full and complete stock
of all the latest up-ito-
date styles in
Belts, Waist Sals,
Rogers' Silvw-Plateif Wan,
Sterling Silver Spoons,
at tlie very lowest
possible prices at
213 Lackawanna Avenue.
HOTELS AND SUMMER RE
SORTS. HOTEL ALBERT,
Cor. 11th .Street nnd Unterlty I'lnoo,
NKWYOItK. due Work west of
Broadway. Noted for two things,
Klrst-clnsi 1001ns at SI. 00 a clay and up
wurd, on tho Kuropean plan.
L. &E. FRENKLE.
& J JrW
r k -.'- ?j
WM. M. BATES,
Ail establltbed Lotrl nnler new msntzemsnt
una thorou.h.y bret of tho time. VUttot. tc
New York Trill find the Krersttlu tho very 1 ftrt
et the shepplBS dltttlct, convenient to piecm ut
araasement and 1
I rrtllirrccMlblB from all carta
iX the CUT.
Cor. Sixteenth St, and Irilng Placs,
AMERICAN PLAN, $3.50 Per
Day and Upwards.
EUROPEAN PLAN, $1.50 Per
Day and Upwards.
GEO, MURRAY, Proprietor,
The St. Denis
Droadway and Eleventh St., New York.
Opp. Grace Church, Duropean Plan.
Rooms $i,oo a Day and Upwards.
In a raod.it aud unobtrusive way there are
few bettor conducted hotels la the metropolis
than the St. Denis
The great popularity It baa acquired can
readily bo traced to its unlqu. location, Its
bomellko Atmosphere, the peculiar excellence
of its cuisine and aervtco, and Its very moder
A. L ROGERS'
flf OV TO
ULiiLUl ' 01UA.
WILLIAM TAYLOR AND SON.!
DR. HILL & SON
Full Set of Teeth
No charge for extraction
teeth taken out and a set put in
Philadelphia Lawn Mowers
Best in the Market.
Drexel Lawn Mowers,
Best cheap mower made.
Prices $2.50, $2.75, $3.00
and $3. 25.
Baldwin's Dry Air Refrigerators
All sizes, The most per
fect refrigerator manu
434 Lackawanna Ave,
Manufacture of tho Celbrt4
100,000 Barrels per Acnum
We Make It.
We Warrant It.
We Wholesale It.
II 1EST0I DLL CD,
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary BIOOI
CURED IN 15 TO 35 DAYS.
You can be treated at home for same price
under same guaranty. If you prefer to
come here we will contract to nay railroad
fare and hotel bills, and no charge, if we
fall to cure.
IF YOU HAVE
taken mercury, Iodide potash, and Mill
have aches and pains. Mucous Patches in
mouth, 5ore Throat, Pimples, Copper
Colored Spots, Ulcers on any part ol the
body. Hair or Eyebrows falling out, it Is
WE GUARANTEE TO CURE.
We solicit the most obstinate cases and
challenge the world for a case we cannot
cure. This disease h as always balded tho
aklllcf the most eminent physicians.
$500,000 capital behind our unconditio
nal guaranty. Absolute proofs sent sealed
on application, ioo papj book rtntfiee.
Address COOK REMllDY CO., 307 &308
Hasonlc Temnle. CMICAOO. ILL.
The first to use Klondike gold for
crown and bridge work.
Our prices as low or lower than the
lowest. All work warranted for a life
time. Sixteen years in Scranton, old
and reliable and up to date in all
branches. Don't forget the new in
vention we have for taking the pain
out of aching and sensitive teeth, so
they can be pulled without the least
bit of pain.
when a set is made. Your
the same day,all without pain
224 1MB. ME.
NEW ARRIVAL OF
Hats and Caps.
New Jackets, Capes,
Summer Goods at a Great
Sacrifice. One Trice and
Agents for Dr. Jaeger's Sanitary
224 Lackawanna Avenue.
Behold a Coat
HICH you may prize whichever will dr
soiiednnd torn. ou 11 hnppy be that f
hae worn u eont that Is and looks as nice ft
UlllJ'Ulll (.'looii i.i.eu ii-ra wiv ,,i
others tell for twlcetue puce;
W. J. DAVIS,
213 Wyoming Ave., ftKfifc,,.
Speclnl Attention Given to BusN
ncss and Personal Accounts.
Liberal Accommodation's Ex.
tended According to Balances unit
3 Per Cent. Interest Allowed on
WM. CONiNELL, Frcsl(.ont.
IIEXHY BELIN, Jr., Vice Pro.
WILLIAM II. PECK, Cashier.
iiliJIil POWDER CO
BOOHS I AND 2, COM'LTHB'LT
MINING AND BLASTING
WADE AT MOOBIC AND RUK&
IAFLIN ft RAND POWDER CcVS
ORANGE QUN POWDER
Electrlo Battorles, Elootrlo CxuHders. for ex
ploding blasts, Safety Fuse, aud
Eepauno Chemical Co. '3 expLomVes,
TlliP NATIONAL BANK
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