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THE 30R ANTON TRIBCTNE--MONDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 27, 3897.
For the Best
Uo to tho mon relliUitn. tirgmt nort meat
owcut price In llnlr OoocK Wo inako
WIGS, SWITCHES, BANGS,
PUFFS, WAVES, ETC,
Fntlnfactlon pimrnnteeJ lit LndlcV nnd
niul acuta' Wis' for street wear. Wo hovo
Tonics, Bleaches, Rouges
Ask to soo tho I ileal llnlr llrunh, pcnulno
Hlbcrlnn brlatlo nlr cushioned. Children's
llulr Cutting receives our spcolnl uttontton.
317 Lackawanna Ave.
LAST DAY OF THE
Special Attractions in tho Way of
U:iccs--.1IciUiini Hoy Trots Ilnlf a
Mile itliont Reins in 1.13 1-2.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Piltston, Sept. 20. Tho last day of tho
county fnlr was by far the most success
ful, both In attemlanco nnd races. The
iiitenilanco Included about 2,000 persons,
innny being pi i sent from Scranton,
AVllkes-llarro nnd other nearby towns.
As a special attraction Charles, liar
low's Medium Hoy trotted u half mile,
without reins, In 1.13V.. nnd afterwards
trotted a mile, driven, In 2.2J',i.
It. II. Wcstluke's Maud 1j broke the
Hack record by trottlns tho last heat In
the second race In 2.13. The announce
ment of the time was greeted with tre
mendous eheeis by the largo crowd.
A summary of the races follows:
T'lrst race 2.15 class, best 3 In 5 heats;
Jim Doyle, b. g.. L. A. Patter
son, Carboudalc 3 5 111
I'ncono, bl. K., John Lamilng,
WIlkes-Harre 0 13 3 3
Grand SuStau, 1. s., Del Foote,
Scranton 7 dls.
Carrie V, b. m'. H. Hughes,
llnzlctou 1 ldis.
Salol, s. m., II. L. 1'errln,
l'lttston 4 3 4 14
Silver I'irlncve, g. fi"., A. J.
Schncl), Scratnn 8dls.
llair.e, br. g., Illwood Smith,
YVIlkes-Harie 2 2 2 2 2
lirndford Hoy, ch. g., Dr. Wlil-
mer, l'lttston !i CU1.
Time, 2.27'i, 2.29. 2.30'i, 2.SDi, 2.3UU.
Second race Best 3 In u licats; class 2.19;
I'.ertha C, b. m., Del Foote,
Si'rntitou 3 2 2
Xodlne, li. g., XV. S. Smith, Ha-
zlcum ....' 1 3dis
Le"6tu C, g. m EUvood Smith,
WIlkes-Harre 2 4 3
Mtuiil I., b. m It, K. Wcstlake,
Time, 2.21, 2.24, 2.1U.
Tho Soldiers' and Sailors' monument Is
Intended to be ready for dedication by Oct.
10. Jmlgo Alfred Darte, ot Kingston, Is
expected to be present and deliver an ad
diess. Tho shaft, which Is to be erected
on Court House square, for which the
county must ray $9,ono.
Miss Lulu Cuddy Is spending the week
-in Ith friends In Wllkes-Uairo und White
Albert Harbor, of Elmhurst, formerly
of thH place. Is In town for a few days.
Mrs. James Lehr, of llaston, is visiting
Jier mother, Mrs. Gearhart.
Bquiro Sampson and son, Ficd, wcro In
1'hlladolphla last week.
Ten dollars was taken In at tho Invito
social given by Mrs. W. G. Graham on
Friday evening last for tho benefit of tho
Ladles' guild of the Episcopal church.
Mrs. Cal Hognrt and Mrs. C. E. Space
voro in Now York city last week.
Harry Oassldy had charge of tho score
cards at tho West l'lttston fair.
A stock of cheap clothing has been
placed In tho vacant store room In the
rintt block by out-of-town parties and
very naturally our homo clothiers are a
Albert Northrop returns to the Uni
versity of New York today.
Visit tho Dallas Fair. Open from Sept.
IS to Oct. 1, Inclusively.
TO PUNISH LYNCHERS.
fJovernor .Mount Determined to Hring
Them to Trial.
Indianapolis, Sept. K. Information
reached this city from Versailles that
tho grand jury which haH been Investigat
ing the recent lynching of llvo men nt
that place had adjourned without re
turning any Indictments nnd that tho
adjournment was final, the Jury report
ing that thero was nothing further for
li to do. When tho report reached Gov
ernor Mount, ho at onco telegraphed to
the prosecuting attorney, asking for in
formation. A few moments after send.
Ing the dispatch ho sent for tho attor
ney general, and tho two were In con-fe-enco
over the matter for nearly three
bouts. Tho governor requested tho state's
legal adviser to go to Versailles In the
event of tho Jury's failure to Indict, and
take charge of the Investigation in per
son, He said that he would confer with
Judge New, and havo another grand Jury
convened nt once, and tho Inquiry could
proceeil without delay.
Speaking of tho situation, Governor
Mount said: "If it bo true that tho
grand Jury has adjourned without find,
lng Indictments, I will send tho attor
ney general to tho sceno nt once. I had
n conference with him, nnd he is In
hearty sympathy with my desiro to bring
the perpetrators of tho crime to Justice.
As soon as I hear from tho local author
ities I will bo prepared to net Intelli
gently." Woylor Wnnls .Moro Oliiclnls.
Madrid, Sept. 2fi. Captain General Wey
ler has cabled a request to tho govern
ment to send 113 additional administrative
otllclnls to Cuba.
ATKIIVOUS TnOUniil'X; ALL KINDS
J-i cured with Animal Hx tract. Free book
tells how. WAHHINUION CHEMICAL CO.,
Washington, D. C.
HINTS TO CARPET BUYERS.
Thrco reasons why you should buy your Carpsta from us: First Be
cause wo carry the lurget Hue of Carpets In Scranton Second Hocause
everything Is of tho latest designs, and tho quality tho best, Third
Because our prices nro ulways tho lowest.
AALL PAPERS We still havo some goods that wo aro selling at
5 CGNTS A ROLL, worth 10 cents.
FURNITU R E -Upholstered Chairs, Tables aud Couches at about one
half tholr regular prices.
J. SCOTT INGLIS.
The Northampton Republicans Resent
HARD NAMES FOR SOME ONE
l'nrtlcs Who Hnvo Attempted to Do
fnmo Itocdcr nnd Weiss nnd I.uck
onbnch Ato Doslgnntcd ns Political
Ilrignntls nnd Illnckmnilcrs--Uon-crnl
Itocdcr Addresses tho Conven
tion. Easton, Sept. 26. The Northampton
county Republicans held their nomi
nating convention here yesterday. Tho
Ilecder resignation and the prosecu
tions against Messrs. Reeder, Vv'elss
nnd Lckenbach had aroused consid
erable feeling among their followers,
and they were out In force to attest
their confidence In the gentlemen and
to pay tribute to thetn.
The delegates met In tho court room,
which was filled with Republicans from
all over the county. County Chairman
Coflln called the meeting to order, and
about this time General Reeder came
In with James S. Bcaconi, the candi
date for state treasurer. Both were
given a hearty greeting by the assem
blage. After tho passing of usual resolu
tions indorsing the state ticket, etc.,
Orrln Sorfnss offered the following ns
additional expressions of sentiment,
moving their Incorporation Into the
platform, which was agreed to:
"Wo view with feelings of deepest In
dignation the dastardly efforts recently
made to malign and defnmc several high
ly honored and esteemed citizens of our
county, General Frank Reeder, Webster
C. Weiss nnd Maurice C. i.uckenbacb,
In whose personal and political Integrity
we have unshaken and abiding confi
dence. Wo stamp tho lnstigntors and
abettors of such partisan warrare ns
political brigands and blackmailers, nnd
wo trust that their Identity may soon
becomo publicly known that they may
bo mado to suffer the sting of public
censure nnd the contempt which their
cowardly conduct merits.
"Governor Hustings' selection of Gen
eral Frnnk Iteeder ns secretary ot tho
commonwealth was an honor to tho peo
ple of Northampton county, nnd greatly
esteemed as such. Wo heartily Indorse
General Frank Ilceder's record while sec
retary of tho commonwealth, nnd we re
gnrd bis recent displacement ns unwise,
unjust nnd unwarranted, an affront to
the Republicans of Northampton county,
nnd we deprecate the partisan political
motives which prompted the action. Wo
take this occasion to pledge him our loy
alty and support."
THE TICKET NAMED.
The following ticket was then named:
Cleik of Quarter sessions, James Vv.
Fiankenfleld, of Freemansburg; poor
director, Francis Radenback, of Bush
kill township; Jury commissioner, Levi
J. Moser, o Easton.
This concluded the business of the
convention. There were loud calls and
cheers for Reeder, and the late secre
tary of tho commonwealth, on arising
to briefly address the convention, was
given a unique demonstration. In
brief, General Reeder said:
"I do not Intend to enter Into a dis
cussion ot political issues, but I am
glad of this opportunity to, If I can
control my emotions, express my heart
felt appreciation of nil you have dono
for mo and to say how much I appre
ciate It. I have had many occasions to
thank tho people of Northampton coun
ty for kindnesses toward me, but never
btfoie has my heart bceh so touched us
It has been today by your action. T
was born among you, have lived among
you a half centuiy and my family has
lied hero for n century. I received a
stainless name nnd my nlm nnd ambition
is to transmit that name to my children
ns stainless as I received It.
"I seem to have been maikcd out by
a few moss troopers us a target for a
cowardly, aye, a devilish plot, which has
been hatched out to destroy me political
ly. They havo attempted to destroy my
ejiarj-ter and personal reputation ns
well. There aro some things which nro
better than office-holding, anil theso nro
tho esteem nnd the lespect of one's own
neighbors and fi lends.
"I have never been so touched ns when
I heard those resolutions read and saw
how they wero received by you. I will
como out of this trouble absolutely un
scorehed. I have never dono anything
ns nn Individual or In my official llfo
which would make mo blush to tell my
deal est friend. Tho truth will come out
and when It does thero will not be even
tho smell of flro In my garments.
"Once more, gentlemen, I beg to thank
you from thu bottom of my heart most
cordially, warmly and heartily for this
expression or your confidence. I wish I
could say nil that Is in my heart to say,
for If you knew how my heart Is throb
bing and beating with gratitude and
with emotion you would not be surprised
that I (Ind myself unablo to say to you
that which 1 would like to havo It In my
power to say."
SUICIDE OF A VIOLINIST.
Deserted by Ills Ilride, Jnmcs Grtiill
Miller Dies .Mysteriously.
New York, Sept. 2G. James Gralll Mil
ler, 31 years old, of Summit, N. J., was
found dead last night in a furnished
room. Tho pollco suspect thnt Miller
committed suicide by poisoning on Fri
day night. He was qulto melancholy
when ho retired to his room, and ns ho
failed to show up last night his apart
ment was entered and his corpse wns
From papers found In tho furnished
room It was ascertained that some time
ago Miller was married to Miss Etta
Estey, a daughter of J, F. Estey, tho
Iron manufacturer of Brooklyn.
Tho couple could not agree, and In a
few weeks Miller was deserted by his
bride. At tho time of the marrlago It
wns said that Mrs, Miller was an heir to
$90,000, but after tho separation Miller
said that such was not tho case.
Sillier wns a violinist of ability. Ho
was n member of the First Baptist
church, of Summit, N. J and a promin
ent worker In tho Young Men's Christian
association at that place.
Blind nnd Homeless.
New York, Sept. 2G. Charles McGulc
cess, a blind checker player, who has
been on exhlblton In different museums
of this city and other cities, gavo him
self up to tho police last night, stating
that he had no home nnd no money for
his wants, In a police court today he was
sent to tho workhouse.
419 LACKA. AVE.
Instant relief for skln-torturcd babies nnd
rest for tired mothers In n warm bath with
CUTictmA Soap, end a single application of
CtrrictmA (ointment), tho great skin cure.
Tho only speedy and economical treatment
for Itching, burning, bleeding, scaly, nnd
pimply humors of tho skin, scalp, and blood.
IioMttironhnuttliworM. IMttih DicnisnCntK.
IC4L('oitiOft4Tlo, Hole Proprietor!, Ilonton.
or "How to Cure Ever liibjr Humor," milled fret,
BABY BLEMISHES r"c;ct?rAc8nJi,..b'
Wnll Street Itcviow
Now York, Sept. 23. There was no largo
nnd nggresslvo buying element In tho
stock market today and tho trading was
largely In the hands of tho reactionists.
They wcro persistent In seeking for the
weak spots In tho market, trying to un
cover stop loss oi dors. That they suc
ceeded In doing In a number of stocks and
accelerated tho decline, There wcro a few
feebler rallies during the day, but the sag
ging tendency was for tho most part un
interrupted. Dealings were not on a largo
scalo nor wero they as widely distrib
uted as ot late. Many stocks showed no
movement nt nil during tho day. Tho
bears did some short selling In their ef
forts to uncoved stop loss orders, but
thero was no nggresslvo general selling
manifest and mucin precaution was ap
parent In putting out short sales. In somo
stocks thero was a final rally of a frac
tion. Sugar covered a range of over 2
points but closed unchanged. Omaha
lost 2 points, Consolidated Gas 2Vi and
many other active shares from 1 to 2
points. Total sales aggregato 217,510
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN, AL
LEN & CO.. stock brokers, Meara build
tng, rooms 70J-70G.
Open- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. tng.
Am. Tobacco Co .... 8S',J 8514 87 S7A
Am. Cot. Oil 21 L'l 20U. SO1!
Am. Sug. Re'g Co ..Hit KU 14IU lWt
Atcb., To. & H. Fe .. lo'.A r,, 13, l,Va
A., T. & S. P., I'r .. 32i 33 32'i, 3.'3
Can. Southern 6M BSli 67' G7",
Ches. & Ohio 2I mVi 2,ns 23U
Chicago Gas 103 KXiij, lOIVi 10
Chie. Ac N. W 127", 127',i 12(3 12
Chle., H. & Q US'-j Ui, US DbVi
C. C. C. & St. L .... 37i 37V2 W',i 37'i
Chic, MIL & St. P .. M U'j Ma, Dsyi
Chic., It. I. & V M'i 93Vi 92?i tUH
Delaware & Hud ...HSVfc 119 IIS". HSVj
D., L. & W 1593J 15D?i 139 lW?i
Dlst. & C. F 13 Si ISVi 13U 13',4
Gen. Electric 37U 37!i 37 37
Lake Slimo 173 175 173 175
Louis. A: Na&ll 69 G9;ti fiS'J 59Vi
M. K. & Tex., Pr .. 38 3b 37 37
Manhattan Elo IOG'j luGVi 101'b WlVi
.MO. l'uciuc 31 31 31 31
Nat. Lead 39',i 39 39 33Vi
N. J. Central 97'ii US 97'4 OTV4
N. Y. Central lllVi 111V4 110'i 110
N. Y., L. E. & W ... 17 17U 17 17
N. Y., S. & XV 19 19 19 19
N. Y., S. A: XV., Pr .. 39'i 39 39 39
Nor. Pacific 53 b3 ;i". 52
Ont. & West J8'.; 154 IS " IS
Omaha S3 91 bl b2
Pacific Mall 35 SoVi 33 33V4
Phil. & Rend 2G 20 2G'& 2G
Southern II. It n, ll?a 11 11
Southern R. It., Pr.t 31JJ 3I;A 31,i ?!
Tenn.. U. & iron .... 31' 3lHs 30 30
Texas Pacific 12 12 12 12
Union Paclllc 23 23 22V4
Wabash S S1,; 7 8
Wabash, Pr 21 21 20TS, 21
West. Union 91i 91' 90 90
XV. L 27g 2"b 2 2
U. S. Leather S'i, i. 8"4 bis
U. S. Leather, I'r ... G7U 07 G7V4 iiV-
V. S. Rubber JS IS IS IS "
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
Open- High- Low- CIos-
WHEAT. Ing. est. esi lng.
December 92Vi 9J 91 91
May 91 91'(, 'Ms 90Vi
December 20'i 20 19 20
May 23 23 2JVj 22
December 30 30 29'- 29
May 3JH 33 33 23
December 4.47 1.47 4.12 4.47
December S.17 8.22 8.15 S.13
i-einnfon Board of Trade Kxchnngc
Quotations--AII Quotations Bused
on Pur of 101).
STOCKS. Did. As
scranton v l'lttston Trnc. Co. ...
National Boring & Drill's Co. ...
First National Hank 630
Elmhurst Boulevard Co
Scranton Savings Hank 200
Scranton I'acking Co
Lacka. Iron nnd Steel Co
Third National Bank 330
Throop Noelty M'f'g Co
Scranton Traction Co 15
Scranton Axle Works
Weston Mill Co
Alexander Car Replacer Co
Scranton Bedding Co
Dime Dcp. & Dls, Bank 143
Lacka. Trust & Safe Dep Co.. 115
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage due 1920
People's Street Railway first
mortgage due 191S
Scranton & l'lttston Trac Co.
People's Street Railway, Gen
eral mortgage, due 1021
Dickson Manufacturing Co ...
Lacks. Township School 5..
City of Scranton St. Imp. C..
Mt. Vernon Coal Co
Scranton Axle Works
Scranton Traction Co
Philadelphia Provision illnrkct.
Philadelphia, Sept. 23. Wheat Was
dull and V;c. lower; contract siadc, Sep
tember, 91a93c; October, No ember and
December, nominal. Corn Was 2c, low
cr; No. 2 mixed, September, 32a33c; Octo
ber, November and December, nomlnul.
Oats Quiet but steady; No. 2 whlto, Sep
tember, October, November und Decem
ber, 27a27Vjc. Butter Firm but quiet;
fancy western creamery, do, Pennsylvania
prints and o, western prints, 2lc. Eggs
Firm; fresh, nearby, 18c; do. western,
17c. Cheese Unchunged. Refined Sugars
Firm, but quiet. Cotton Unchanged.
Tallow Firm; city prime in hogsheads,
3V4c; country prlmo in barrels, S'c;
dark, do., 3c; cakes, 3c; grease, 2f.3c,
Live Poultry Quiet, but steady; !ow'.a,
10.i!OV4c; old roosters, 7c; spring chl-k-ens,
fjalOUc; ducks, 9al0c Dres.ao'1 Poul
li Unchanged; fowls, choice, Halite;
broilers, large, llal3c,; do. small and
scalded, 9al0c Receipts Flour, 2,000 bar
rels, 10,000 sacks; wheat, C',000 hU3hcls;
corn, CG.0O0 bushels; oats, 0,00; bushels.
Shipments Wheat, 4,000 b'isncis; corn,
4,000 bushels; oats, 15,000 bushels.
Philadelphia, Sept, 23. Receipts Beeves,
2,488 head; siheep, 9,219 head; hogs, ij,027
head. Beef Cattle In good demand and
prices advanced Vic on all grades; extra,
5a5',ic; good, 4o5c; medium, 4alc;
common, 4Via4V4c. Sheep Active and
higher on all grades; extra, 4V4a4c; good,
4alVic; medium, 3V4a3c; common, 2a
3Vic; lambs, 4aCV4c Hogs Active and
firm at G',4aGc for best western: GVlaGVic.
for others and 6aGe. for Btate. Fat Cows
In fair demand at SViaSVSja. Thin Cows
Fair at J8al5. Veal Calves Active at la
7',4c Milch Cows Unchanged at J2oal5.
Dresed Beeves tJaSVie.
New York Produce .Hnrket.
New York, 8ept, 23. Flour Was weak
nnd lower on a Jobbing trade; city mill
patents, JGaG.30; do. clears, J3.55a5.70: Mln-
nosota patents, J3.2Ja5.C5; do. bakers, $1.40
at.oo; winter patent, $3.2&a5.45; qo.
straights, Jl.75al.90; do, extras, J3.50a3.75;
do. low grades, !3.2Sa3.40. Wheat Bpot
weak; No. 2 rod, R7c., f. o. b afloat; No.
2 hard, 97Vio., f. o. b afloat; options
opened weak under big prlng wheat re
ceipts and unsatisfactory cables, declined
further In consequence of the break In
corn, liquidation and bearish sentiment,
closing ',4ac. lower; sales Included No.
2 red, iMay, 934n93c, closed 93V4C.J Sep
tember, 9Sn99c, closed 9Sc; December,
9ia95c., closed 9lc. Corn Siiot weak;
No, 2, 31c f. o. b afloat; options opened
wenk nnd declined under liquidation, low
er cables and larger crop estimates,
closed Unc. lower; September closed
33Vic; October closed. 33V4C.; December,
33VJn33e., closed 35Vtc Oats Spot quiet;
No. 2, 24VSc; No. 3, 21c; No. 2 white,
271,ic; No. 3 white, 26Vc.: track mixed,
western, 2IV4a234c.; track white, wejjtorn,
and state, 2Ga33c: options moderately
active, but easier with corn, closed Via
c. lower; September closed 241ic; Octo
ber closed 21Via; December closed 25V4c,
Beef Firm; family, J9al0.50; extra mess,
J7.B0aS.C0; beef hams, $2fl.50a27; packet,
JS.tWa9.ry3; city extra India mess, 13.MU
15.50. Cut Meats Quiet; pickled bellies,
Gn7V4c.i do. ehoelders, BVJc. bid; do. hams,
Ga8',4c. Butter Firm; western creamery,
13Vta21c; factory, 9al2'ic; Elglns, 20V4a21c;
Imitation creamery, 11 Viatic. ; stato dairy,
HalSc; creamery, 13',&a21c. Ohccse
Quiet; largo white and colored, 9VsC.; smnll
white and colored, 9V4c: part skims, GVfea,
7c; full skims, 3Via4c. Eggs Firm; stato
and Pennsylvania, 17al9c; western frtsh,
18al8V4c Tallow Dull; city, 3Vic; coun
try, 3V4C Petroleum Quiet; united closed
72V4c bid; refined New York, J3.S0; Phila
delphia und Baltimore, $5.75; do. In bulk,
Chicago Grain Market.
Chicago, Sept. 23. Tho leading futures
ranged as follows: Wheat September,
92a91c; December, 92a91c: May, 91a
DOV-rC Corn September, 2SVin27c: De
cember, 30a29c; May, 33a33c. Oats
September, 19'.Aal8c; December, 20a20c ;
May, 23a22c. Pork-October, JS.15aS.U7V4 ;
December, J8.17V4a8.15; January, J9.17',4a
9.12V4. Lard October, $4.37!4al.U3; Decem
ber, JI.47V4aI.42ii; January, J.G0a4.67V4.
Ribs October, Ji.95a4.00: December, J1.S2V4
nl.75; January, J4.S2Vtal.75. .Cash quota
tions wero us follows: Flour uQIct; win
ter patets, ?3a3.10; straight, JI.70al.SS;
spring specials, $5.75: spring patents, J3a
5.30; straights, $4.40a4.CO; bakers, $3.9Ua4.20;
No. 2 spring wheat, 91V4c; No. 3 do., SCa
89',4c; No. 2 red, 9laS3c; No. 2 corn, 28a
2SV4c; No. 2 yellow corn, 2Sa2SVic; No. 2
oats, 19V4c: No. 2 white, f. o. b., 23a23'4c;
No. 3 do., f. o. b., 21Via23',4c: No. 2 rye,
47c; No. 2 barley, nominal; No. 3, f. o.
b., 29al2c; No. 4, f. o. b 2S'4a33c: No. 1
flnx seed, Jl.Ol&al.OSli; prlmo timothy seCfl,
J2.70; pork, JS.10a8.13; lard, JI.33; short ribs,
sides, J4.75a5.10; dry salted shoulders, 5a
6c. ; Bhort oar side, 5Via3c; whisky,
J1.22; sugars, cut loaf, J3.90; granulated,
$3.27. Receipts Flour, 7,000 barrels; wheat,
11G.CO0 bushels; corn, 411,000 bushels; oats,
429,000 bushels; rye, 17,000 bushels; barley,
120,000 bushels. Shipments Flour, 5,000
bushels; wheat, 103,000 bushels; corn, 433,
000 bushels; oats, 403,000 bushels; rye, 050
bushels; barley, 9,000 bushels.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Sept. 23. Cattle Not enough
business was dono to form a basis for
comparison with other days this week.
Cows, J2.50a3.G0; fine veals at J3a6.50; nearly
all grades of hogs offered a 10c. decline,
eavy hogs ranged at J3.S0a3.S5; fancy bacon
pigs, J4.30; a few reaching $4.35. Western
sheep, J3.90; choice, 77 pounds lambs, $3.00.
Native and western muttons, J3.75al.lU;
best native lambs, J3.73; best westerns,
J5.G0; fair to good lambs, J1.50a5.50; culls
nnd poor light, Jla4.13. Receipts Cattle,
GOO head; hogs, 17,000 head; sheep, 5,000
r.nst Liberty Cnttlc illnrkct.
East Liberty, 'Pa., 'Sept. 23. Cattle
Prices unchanged. Hogs Aclve; prlmo
light and best mediums, Jl.G0al.G3; com
mon to fnlr. $4.43ai,50; pigs, Jl.aa4.E0;
heavy, J4.25a4.35; grnssers and stubblers,
J4.l0al.45; roughs, J3a3.S3. Sheep Steady;
choice, JU20a4); common, J2.G0aS.4O;
cholco lambs, J5.t0a5.85; common to good
lambs, JU5.25; veal calves, J7a7.30.
Now York Live Stock.
New York, Sept. 25. Beeves No trading.
Calves Firm; veals, $3a8.23; grassers nnd
buttermilks, J3.30a4. Sheep and Lambs
Sheep, steady: lambs, quiet but steady;
sheep, J3.50al.40; laimbs, J3.73aG.12',4. Hogs
Lower at Jl.50a4.73.
Oil City, Pa., Sept. 23. Credit balances.
70; certificates, sales, 3,000 at 72'4; on sale
at 7.! shipments, 123,279 barrels; runs, 3G,
Is essential to
health. Every nook
and corner o( the
system is reached by the blood, nnd on
its quality tho condition of every organ de
pends. Good blood means strong ncrveB,
good digestion, robust health. Impuro
blood means scrofula, dyspepsia, rheuma
tism, catarrh or other diseases. The surest
way to have good blood is to take Hood's
Sarsaparllla. This medicine purifies, vi
talizes, and enriches the blood, and sends
the elements of health and strength to
every nerve, organ and tissue. It creates
a good appetite, gives refreshing sleep
and cures that tired feeling. Ilcmember,
Is the best - in fact tho Ono True Blood Turlller.
W,l- rn curo r-'ver Ills; easy to
riOOU S fl US take, easy to operate. Me.
Is worthy or as much attention as the best
parlor. Cull nnd see our stock of fine lied
Room Suits at low prlcei and easy terms.
BARBOUR'S HOME CREDIT HOUSE
42S LACKAWANNA AVE.
WOLF & WENZEL,
340 Adams Ave, Opp. Court House,
PRACTICAL TINNERS and PLUIflBERS
Bole AcenU for Itichirdson-Boynton's
Furnaces and Rangao.
I U :y
413Lackawanna Avenue, Scranton413.
AND LATEST PARIS NOVELTIES IN
Untrimmed Hats, Ostrich Feathers, Birds, Wings,
Ornaments, Velvets and Millinery Trimmings.
Beauty Will Reign Supreme.
Never Were Stocks So Rich.
Never Were Prices So Low.
We point with pride to tlie greatest showing of Rich Millinery Goods and Trimmed
Hats ever made in our business career. The great business we are doing is not the result
of chance, but the outgrowth of persistent effort to give the people the best goods and new
est styles at lower prices than they have ever bought them before.
All are cordially invited to our Opening. Walk in, make yourself at home; look at
the styles at your leisure.
Mccormick & co.,
STOCKS, GRAIN Ai COTTON
Members of New York Stock KxchnnRe,
Philadelphia Stock li.i-lmi','e, N'e- Yurie
1'roduco Kxchnngc, Now York Cotton
K.xclmnge, Chtcngo Hoard of Trude.
HCK ANTON Ol'I'ICK-Hoom :t(l5 nnd :i(i(l
llourd of Trade Hulldlng Telephone No. .ma.!
T. X. KITTEN, .Manager.
We Make It,
We Warrant It.
We Wholesale It.
THE WESTOH HLL" CO.
Philadelphia Lawn Mowers,
Best in the Market.
Drexel Lawn Mowers,
Best cheap mower made.
Prices $2.50, $2.75, $3.00
Baldwin's Dry Air Refrigerators
All sizes, The most per
fect refrigerator manu
T fi C01ELL CO.,
434 Lackawanna Ave,
SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY,
404 Lackawanna Aveniu,
WH. T. SMITH, Pro.
HENRY J. ANDERSON, Ylce-Pres.
JOHN W. FOWLER, Treas.
Deposit Accounts of Corpora,
ttous, Merchants, Firms and Indi
viduals Solicited. Tiirce Per Cent.
Interest Pnidwn Savings Deposits.
Tills Company Acts as Trustee,
Executor, Administrator, Guar
dian, lite, Under Appointments
by the Courts, Corporations or
Full Set of Teeth
No charge for extraction
teeth taken out and a set put in
obsee ram a,
S0QB.S I AD 2, COrVLTH VL'UQ,
MINING AND BLASTING
MADE AT MOOSIC AND SU2Z&
LAPLIN & RAND POWDER CO'O I
ORANGE QUN POWDER
Electrlo Battorie Eloctrlo Eiplidor tor os
plodlusr blasts, Hafety i uao, aud
Repauno Chemical Co. 's explosive
WILL PAY $100 FOR ANY CASE
Of Weakness in Men They Treat and
l'n II to Cure.
An Omaha Company places for the
first tinii' before tho public a MAGI
CAL TREATMENT for tho cure of
Lost Vitality, Nervous and Sexual
Weakness, and Uestoratlon of Life
Force In old ami youiiB men. No
worn-out French remedy; contains no
PhosphorouB or other harmful drugs.
It is a 'ONDERFUL TREATMENT.
Maulcal In its effects postlve in Its
cure. All readers, who aro sufferlnB
from a weakness that blights their
life, cnuslnp that mental and physical
suffering peculiar to Lost Manhood,
should write to tho STATE MEDICAL
COMPANY, Suite 717, Hantju nulldlne,
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 beinp restored by
them to a perfect condition.
This MAGICAL TREATMENT may
be taken at home under their direc
tions, or they will pay railroad faro
and hotel bills to all who prefer to go
thero for treatment, if they fatl to
curo. They aro perfectly reliable;
havo no Free Prescriptions, Free Cure,
Free Sample, or C. O. D. fake. They
have $250,000 capital, and guarantee to
curo every case they treat or refund
every dollar; or their charges may be
deposited In a bank to be paid to them
whon a jcuro la effected, write them
It VWtt. wrT -V ,.m tuSM
WW ifepyf ,
fiHiflMa MA St'
Iff I f !
BJb Kv'.v PA 'J fi A
it H H B) I VS Vv ll M' bl '
$109 To Any Man.
Wednesday and Thursday,
. SEPTEMBER 29TH AND 30TH.
HILL & SON
The first to use Klondike gold for
crown and bridge work.
prices as low or lower than the
All work warranted for a life
time. Sixteen years in Scranton, old
and reliable aud up to date in all
branches. Don't forget the new in
vention we have for taking the pain
out of aching aud 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
WHICH you may prize, whichever will do
llKlit yourove, o'en when It's old und
soiled and torn. You'll happy bo that you
hnvo mini 11 vout Unit Is ituil looks a nice us
others tell tor twlcetlio iirlceff
W. J. DAVIS,
213 Wyoming Ave., nK.
Special Attention Given to BusU
ucss and Personal Account?.
Liberal Accommodations Ex
tended According to balances and
3 Per Cent. Interest Allowed on
Capital, . -Surplus,
W.1I. CORNELL, President.
IIKNRY HELIX, Jr., Vice Frcs.
W1LLIA3I II. PUCK, Cashier.
Neat, Durable Rook Ulndlng Is what you
receive II you leave your order with tho
SCRANTON TRIBUNE UINUKRY, Trlb
unc Dulldlnfr, Scranton, Pa.