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THE SOI? ANTON TflEBTJinS-WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER If, 1897.
THIS SPECIAL SALE OP PINK
.WHITE CRYSTALS HAS NEVER BEEN
APPROACHED IN THE HISTORY OP
THE TRADE. THOSE
EXTRA WHITE AND
VERY BRILLIANT STONES
Alll-J SOLD LOWER THAN THE REGU
LAR prices on ordinarily com-
MlillCIAL STONES. CALL AND LOOK.
THEM OVER. THEY WILL SURELY
SURPRISE THE MOST EXPERT.
317 Lackawanna Ave.
Of course you liavc heirlooms
in form of OKI Furniture, and
then, perhaps, your modern fur.
uishings area bit worn; Why not
have them toned up restored '!
Is a special line of work with us.
"NVe do it well and we do it for as
little as possible. We have all
the new atiJ desirable coverings.
Cancls, Draperies, Wall Papers.
Mrs. ISn.s Uerilck and Mm. T. I?. Oren
vllle havi- relumed from u trip to Now
Profoysor V. M. Wood nnd wife are now
living In -Albany, N. Y.
MIk Maine Williamson lias gone to Uos
ton fur three or four months ami will In
nil probabilities stmly voice culture dur
ing Iter stay.
Rev. Mt-ntzer occupied the pulpit at tho
l'icsbyteiisiii church on Sunday morning
II. W. Lewis preached In the Mcshoppen
Presbyterian church on Sunday last.
Dr. Swallow, of Harrlsburg, Is expected
to bo in town on Monday Morning- next
and deliver un addroMi.
Tho granite for the soldiers' monument
has arrived In town and is being moed
to court house square where tho thatt Is
to bo Incited. Work was begun on Sun
day moling the same as any other day,
lint some of the citizens quickly put a
stop to this. It will bo doubtful If tho
wink is completed by the J9th, tho day
s-el for thf dedication.
On Priday evening Miss lilaneho Fred
eric!, an elocutionist and Impersonator
from Rrooklyn, N. Y will give an en
Urtalnment In Plntt's opera house under
the auspices of the christian Endeavor
society of the Presbyterian church. Slio
will bo assisted by Miss Ella Uardwell. as
soprano, and Dick Lleiinett and Richard
Dana, of Wllkea-llarre, on the mandolin
in ul guitar.
Mrs. M. II. Plun and daughter, llattle,
ot Scranton, are vIMtlug Honcsdule
John T. Hall spent last week in Easton
nt tho Young People's Society ot Chiistlan
.Endeavor convent Ion.
Potatoes are teling on the streets hero
for S5 cents per bushel.
Tho wediiins of Paul W. Gardner and
Miss LouIki llelt took place at noon on
Tuesday In (Iraee Episcopal church. A
reception foluwed at the home of iho
lirldo on Piont street. .Mr. and .Mrs.
Claidner are very popular young people.
They left by the 1.13 p. m. Delaware and
Hudson train for an extended wedding
Plelds & Hanson's minstrels that v.ero
nt the opera housu Monday evening made
u lino showing on the streets, but their
entertainment was a disappointment to
a crowded house.
Tho Christian Endeavor society union
of Wayne county will hold a convention
nt Prompton on Pilday of this week with
cessions morning, afternoon and even
ing. A very ltitrestlng programmo has
boon arranged and a large attendance la
oxptsted. It Is also expected that a train
will leave Prompton for Ilonesdalo after
tho evening exercises.
The death of Miss Eleanor Conkcy oc
curred yesterday morning at 4 o'clock
nt tho family residence in Avoca, after
several weeks' Illness of bronchial trou
ble. Deceased was 21 years of age. Her
parents died several years ago. since
which time 'sho has kept house for her
two brothers, Hugh and William. In tho
death of Miss Conkey Avoca loses ono
of her mostj, admirable ladles. She was
ono that possessed tho most exalted ideas
of generosity nnd unusual endowments
of affection and kindness. Deceased was
it member of tho Langcllllo Presbyterian
church, and was among Its most actlvo
anil energetic workers before 111 health
overtook hur. The remains were re
moved to the home of her brother, Alex
ander, a few doors above, where tho
funeral will be held on Thursday after
noon nt 2.30 o'clock. Interment will bo
In Langcllffc cemetery.
Tho four-months-old daughter of Mr.
nnd .Mrs. Patrick Ryan, of Avoca. died
yesterday morning. Interment will bo
madu this afternoon In St. Mary's ceme
tery. William, the six-months-old son of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Jnnus Newman, of West Avoca.
died of cholera yesterday afternoon at
tho homo of tho parents In Avoca. In
terment will bo In Langcllffc cemetery
1 hreo reasons why you should buy your CarpeU from ua: First Be
cause wo carry the luroU lino of Carpets in Scranton. Hocond Because
everything is of tho latest designs, and tho quality tho best. Third
Because our prices nro always the lowest.
WALL. PA RE RS-Wo still havo uouio goods that wo aro soiling at
5 CENTS A ROLL, worth 10 cents.
FU R N ITU R E -Upholstered Chairs, Tables and Couches at about one.
half tholr regular prices.
J. SCOTT INGLIS.
BUDGET OF NEWS
The Sad Pale of mi Inquiring Cblckcn at
PRIZE TURTLE STORY OP THE DAY
Sclircidcr, thn Conklin Centre Crimi
nal. Is Jnllcd.-A Snnkc Kills a Cow
lit Stnrruccu--lJriel'ltcms Concern
ing tlio Itnilronil Hoys--Vnrlous
SusiMichannn County Nows Notes,
Special to tho Scranton Tribune.
Susquehnnnn, ra Oct. 12. Two Sus
quehanna fishermen were on Saturday
spearing fish In the Susquehanna nenr
the Cascade. When returning they saw
in the water a large turtle of the snap
ping variety. In an Instant tho spear
went down, and between the prongs,
when It came up, wns the neck of tha
turtle. The reptile was lifted out on
the bank, and tho spear nrossed down
in tho soil. Tho head was then cut
off nnd left fast to th'a spear, which
remained sticking; in tho ground until
morning, the turtle being taken home.
Next morning tho spear was wanted,
and one of the youngsters about tha
farm 'brought it in, beating It aloft
with the hiad of the turtle utill re
maining between tho prongs. It was
Bet down In the door yard and re
mained there until nearly noon. About
that time an Inquisitive chicken began
picking at tho head of the turtK. Sud
denly the mouth opened and again
clos d, and between the Jaws was the
head of the Inquiring chicken. It was
evening before the strength had left
the Jaws of tho turtle sufficiently to al
low tho chicken's release. The chicken's
head had b.-en crushed, and tho poor,
little fellow was dead. It is probably
the most remarkable case on record,
where gangllac motion has been re
tained for nearly twenty-four hours.
AND THIS FROM FORF.ST CITY!
Two weeks from tomorrow is Arbor
day. This reminds us of the rythmic
advice clven on n similar occnnlon by
that noted poet, wonderful discoverer
and notorious HcieritM, Whitney, ot
Susquehanna. It follows:
Arbor Day will soon be here,
Planting forest far and near
Is the plan;
Lay aside all thoughts of ease.
Roll your pants up to your knees,
And plant forty thousand trees
If you can
Porcst City News.
CURRENT COUNTY TOPICS.
Miss Amanda Curtis of Scranton, is
lidding revival meetings in the Union
church nt Gelott, rjlbson township.
The grand jury will meet on Monday,
Nov. 0. rirst week of court begins on
Mondny, Nov. 15.
Mrs. Mary A. Yale. po3tmayter at
North Jnckson, died on Saturday even
ing, aged 72 years.
Hlshop lioban, of Scranton, will con
firm a class of sixty persons in tho New
Mllford Catholic church on Monday,
The pension department nt Washing
ton lias denied tho petition to have
meetings of the county medical pen
sion examining board held in New Mll
ford. Susquehanna county has sixty-nine
Christian Endeavor societies.
The Tower family reunion will be
held toaay at the residence of Rev.
P. R. Tower, in Thomson.
Tho receipts of tho Montrose fair
were about $1,709. Tho fair was a suc
cess in every respect.
Tho county convention of the Wo
man's Christian Temperance union in
sess'on In Hallstead. paid a tender tri
bute to the late Mrs. Marian C. Whit
ney, of Susquehanna, who was a coun
THE CONKLIN CRIMINAL JAILED.
SohMder, tho Conklin Centre crim
inal, who assaulted and robbed the
widow Murphy, was on Friday taken
from Susquehanna to tho Wyoming
Jail to nvait a requisition from Gover
nor mark, of Now York. Schreider, or
Hoffman, or whatever his light namo
may bo, still lnsWW that he took but
about $250 of Mrs. Murphy's $1,100, as
much of It wns in silver and hence too
heavy to carry. He says that who
ever first entered th? house after tho
widow gave the alarm gobbled tho bulk
of her liters. The fellow may be tell
ing the truth. So far as his punish
ment is concerned it matters littla
whether he stole $230 or $1,100. Schreld
er claims, to be able to speak seven
languages. Ho says ho lias been in
the country eleven years, and at the
Murphy farm four weeks.
Any reference to c-metcry work
should ordinarily bo of a grave char
acter. Carbondale Leader. Undoubt
edly. Tho man who saves jr.oney is tho man
who gets ahead In th world. -Hing-hamton
Herald. In Susquehanna tho
fellows who get "a head" seldom have
a red cent.
A Windsor man Imagines ho is be
witched by a calf.
It can be truly he said of the late
Nenl Dow that ho leaves no succes
sor. An Owego man Is said to have been
cured of Hrlght's disease by eating dog
A Starrucca. man's six children have
no names, lis proposes that they shall
choose names for themselves when they
get old enough. They aro now doslg-nat-d
An Ararat woman was drivinir the
hens from the yard when a email cy
clone carried off her shoo.
A Forest City woman drank a pint
of kerosene, with suicidal intent, but,
as sho forgot to swallow a lighted
match', she still lives.
A Lanesboro woman has acquired
the habit of eating a pound of starch
a day. Somo women will do anything
with starch rather than put it In a
It is reported that when the new
Erie time table takes effect the Jeffer
son branch "flyer" will run on Sunday.
The public will appreciate the change.
In tho Erie yard here, during twenty
four hours ending at midnight, Oct. 0,
twenty-three east-bound trains, aver-
419 LACKA. AVE
TO CURE NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA.
To flnln Fleihi to Sleep Well, to Know
What Appetite anil flood Digestion
Mean, MakeaTeit of Stuart's
Interesting Uxperlence of an Indianapolis
No trouble Is more common or more
misunderstood than nervous dyspepsia.
People having It think that their nerves
are to blame nnd are surprised that
they aro not cured by nervo medicine
and spring remedies: tho real seat of
the mischief is lost sight of; the stom
ach is tho organ to bo looked after.
NcrvouB dyspeptics often do not have
any pain whatever In the stomach, nor
perhaps any of the usual symptoms of
stomach weakness. Nervous dyspep
sia shows Itself not In tho stomach bo
much as In nearly every other organ;
In some cases the heart palpitates and
Is Irregular; In others the kidneys are
affected; In others tho bowels aro con
stipated, with headaches; still others
nre troubled with loss of (lesh and ap
petite, with accumulation of gas, sour
risings and heartburn.
Mr. A. W. Sharper, of No. 61 Iros
pect St., Indianapolis, Ind., writes as
follows: "A motive of pure gratitude
prompts me to write these few lines
regarding the new and valuable medi
cine. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets. I
have been a sufferer from nervous dys
pepsia for the last four years; havo
used various patent medicines and
other remedies without any favorable
result. They sometimes gave tempor
ary relief until the effects of the medi
cine wore off. I attributed this to my
.sedentary habits, being a bookkeeper
with little physical exercise, but I am
glad to state that the tablets have
overcome all these obstacles, for I havo
gained In flesh, sleep better, and am
better In every way. The above is
written not for notoriety, but Is based
on actual fact."
A. W. Sharper,
CI Prospect St., Indianapolis, Ind.
It is safe to say that Stuart's Dys
pesla Tablets will cure any stomach
weokneas or disease except cancer of
stomach. They cure sour stomach, gas,
loss of flesh and nppetlte, sleepless
ness, palpitation, heartburn, constipa
tion nnd headache.
Send for valuable little book on
stomach diseases by addressing Stuart
Co., Marshall, Mich.
All druggists sell full sized packages
nt 50 cents.
nglng C3 cars each, were made up, a
total of 1.44S cars. This does not In
clude S00 cars sent over the Jefferson
branch during the same time.
A prominent Erie official states that
tho present great rush of freight over
the Erie will last at least until after
A largo number of Susquehanna
men work thirteen hours per day and
The burglar who recently looted the
Erie ticket office in this place is still
The Erie Is about to uniform its
The old, reliable Delaware and Hud
son is sjtlll doing a splendid business.
She deserves to.
SNAKE KILLS A COW.
On a farm belonging to a Starrucca
man a cow was noticed making re
peated and furious charges at a dense
thicket. An Investigation by tho
owner showed that she was fighting a
big black snake and trying to stamp
It to death with her forefeet. Tho
thicket was an isolated clump of lau
rels, and tho snake did not seem dis
posed to leave It and trust its life to
the open country. Finally the cow
lowered her head and attempted to
Impale the snake on her horns. In an
Instant the snake sprang on the cow's
head and colled itself about her horns.
The cow was dazed for an instant and
then set off on a run, occasionally
kneeling to rub herself against the
ground, but sho was unable to rid her
self of her enemy. The cow finally
seemed to realize that all her efforts
were useless, and set off at a full galop.
The men on tho farm made an effort
to follow her nnd turn her back. When
cornered she would charge everything
in sight. Occasionally the snake would
half untwist itself and its head would
play before the cow's 'eyes. On these
occasions the poor animal would bel
low with terror and go backward to
escape from the snake. Finally the
poor brute dropped from sheer exhaus
tion and panted out her life. The snako
was Immediately dispatched, and on
being measured was found to be six
feet In length.
THE SHORT OF IT.
There are seven prisoners In tho
county Jnll in Montrose. Enforced resi
dence In Montrose isn't such a hard
fate, after all.
E. II. Merrlman, of Franklin town
ship, has been taken to the Danville
Aeronaut George Baker, of South
Montrose, Is in hard luck. Down at
tho seashore last summer he fell out
of a balloon and came within an ace
of wearing wings. A few days since,
down in a Massachusetts town, he tried
riding on the cars. There was a wreck,
and lie sustained a smashed hand.
George will try walking next. It's
Frederick O'Dell, the missing Hush
vllle prosecutor, who suddenly disap
peared from tho face of the earth last
week, when he was needed to testify
against alleged highwayman Reardon,
on Mondny, ns suddenly materialized.
Ho took a drink of Susuohanna whisky
on the day la question, and when he
awoke from his trance he was In tho
Erie yard In Elmlra, locked In a box
car. On his return he testified against
ills three abductors, and they were
held to ball for their appearance before
the grand Jury.
The next meeting of the Susquehanna
County Medical society will bo held in
Hallstead in February.
Keystone Hook and Ladder company
offers to purchase a chemical engine
if the borough will provide a building
in which to house it.
While sinking an artesian well in tho
western portion of the town, a sub
stance resembling coal was discovered.
The work of erecting breakers will be
Up at South Windsor, farmer Georgo
Buck dug up a Franslln cent, valued
at from $30 to $100.
Several plucky New Mllford people
will go to the Klondike country early
in the spring. May their golden dreams
The Belcher brothers, late of Ararat
and Jermyn. reported dead In Dawson
City .are alive and prosptrlng. Frank
Belcher is reported to have cleared up
$50,000 In two years. Whitney.
From tho Cincinnati Enquirer,
"What color would you call the new
boarder's hair?" asked tho fat boarder
after tho lady had left tho room. "Is It
"I hardly know," said Anbury Peppers,
"whether to call It Titian orlml-Tltlan."
Wnll Strcnt Koviom,
New York, Oct. 12. Much parado was
made yesterday of tho alleged conver
sion o: somo of the leading bears on tho
oxchango to tho bull sldo of tho market.
Today's developments provo that there
la a very targe nnd .ggresslvo contlnRent
still eft In tho market. Tho hardening
of prices last nlst.t nnd tho further ad
vance this morning looked llko a termltia.
Hon of tho bear campaign, yet In the final
two hours today tho bears succeeded In
working a sharper decline throughout tho
wholo list than has been accomplished on
any day of Unlr campaign. The nomtnnl
motive of tho selllre was tho fear that
our relations with Spain wcro In danger
of rupture as an outgrowth of tho policy
whlah General Woodford wns ordered to
pursuo at Madrid. Total sales were 403,
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN, AL
LEN & CO., stock brokers, Mears build
ing, rooms 703-.OC.
Open- High- Low- Clos
ing, est est in?.
Am. Tobacco Co .... 87H S774 SWi &V
Am, Cot. Oil 22-i 22.fi 22 22
Am. Sug. Ro'g Co ..145 140 112 1124
Atch., To. & S. Po ..11 ll-tt lWs 11
A., T. & S. F., Pr .. 30?i MTi, '."JU 59
Can. Southern K',4 KVi 5IH BIH
Ones. & Ohio 22 22 HH4 W
Chicago Ons 9214 U2i 87 87
Chic. & N. W l'it',4 125 122 113
Chic, II. & Q JKtfi 8014 3 !)3
C. C. C. & St. L .... Kri 3.V& 31 S4',i
Chic, Mil. & St. P .. 95i 95?i 92 92'4
Chic, 11. I. & P SS?i $S sin;, SO'4
Delaware & Hud ...115'4 lliiVi 113 113
D. L. Sc W 150)4 156"Ji 154 151
Dlst. & C. F 12 12U 9',i 9S
Gen. Electric 170 170 170 170
Louis. & Nash 5STs 5S7i Ki 54
M. K. & Tex., Pr ... 37 37 33 S3,i
Manhattan Elo 103i 10314 100 100V4
Mo. Pacific 3U4 31'4 28i Si
Nat. Lead 30)4 35 35 351
N. J. Central 91-H 9. 92?4 Vi
N. Y. Central 10S?i 109 107 107
N. Y., L. E. & 10!, 16'.i 15 156,
N. Y., 8. & W ID 19 19 19
N. Y.. S. & W.. Pr.. 3"j',4 n.i',4 34i 3"
Nor. Paelllc ,Pr 5314 53t4 50',i 0
Ont. & West lOTi 17',4 10'.4 IC',4
Omaha 7974 7Ti 7G!4 7'4
Paelllc Mail 3V 3P4 334 33
Phil. & Read 23 234 23V4 2374
Southern It. R lo'.i 10',4 loy8 104
Southern R. It, Pr.. 33 33 31',4 31'4
Tcnn., C. & Iron .... 29U 29i4 27 27
Texas racltlc 11 1P-A lO 1074
Union Paelllc 2231 2274 204 21
Wabash 7?i 794 "".s 75j
Wabash, Pr 1974 20 IS 1S4
West. Union 894 S9H sv,4 M4
V. S. Leather 74 734 7?i "
V. S. Leather, Pr ... ft", C3',i C24 63',i
U. S. Rubber 17 17 17 17
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
Open- High- Low- Clos-
WHEAT. ing. est. est ing.
December 9074 90'i S!)'.i tl0,i
May 8974 9014 &'j W
December 9',4 19',4 IStt 19
May 2174' 22 214 214
December 2S'4 2"i 27H 274
May 32',4 32U 31 3PH
Decemlier 4.30 4.30 4.20 4.22
December 7.S2 7.S2 7.52 7.00
Scrnnton Ilonrd of Trade Uxchango
inotntioiis--AM Quotations llnscd
on Pur of 100.
Scranton & Plttston Trac. Co.
National Boring & DrlU'g Co. ...
First National Bank 050
Elmhurst Boulevard Co
Scranton Savings Bank 200
Scranton Packing Co
Lacka. Iron and Steel Co
Third National Bank 330
Throop Novelty M'f'g Co
Scranton Traction Co 15
Scranton Axle Works
Weston Mill Co
Alexander Car Replacer Co
Scranton Bedding Co
Dime Dep. & Dis. Bank
Lacka, Trust & Safe Dep Co..
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage due 1920
People's Street Railway first
mortgage due 1918
Scranton & Plttston Trac Co.
Peoplo's Street Railway, Gen
eral mortgage, due 1921 115
Dickson Manufacturing Co
Lacka. Township School B.. ...
City of Scranton St. Imp. 0
Mt. Vernon Coal Co
Scranton Axle Works
Scranton Traction Co 100
New York Produce Jlnrket.
New York, Oct. 12. Flour Suffered from,
tho break In wheat and was weak all day;
city mill patents, $3.25a5.03; do. clear, $5.50
a5.60; Minnesota patents, $3.10a5.50; winter
patents, $3.10a5.30; do. straights, J4.00a4.7l);
do. extras, $3.20a3.G0. Wheat Weak; No.
2 red, 9774c, f.o. b., afloat; No. 1 northern
Duluth, 9G?4c, f. o. b., afloat; No. 2 hard,
957ac, f. o. b., afloat; options opened weak
owing to liquidation and bearish cables,
ruled generally weak all day, Influenced
by 108,000,000 bushels Increase In Brad
street's visible, bi' rallied slightly near
tho close, closing lallic lower; No. 2 led,
May, 9218a93'4c, closed 9214c; December,
93 5-lGa94 ll-10c, closed 9374c Corn
Easier No. 2, 32?4c, f. o. b., utloat; op
tions opened weak, closing with u slight
rally, a;c. net decline; May, 3Gl.a30c.,
closing 3614c; November, 32c; December,
3254a3314c, closed 324c Oats Weaker;
No. 2, 23c; No. 3, 2214c ; No. 2 white, 20c;
No. 3 white, 234a23?ic: track mixed, west
ern, 23a25c; track white, 2Sa32c; options
dull and heavy, closing 14a8c net lower;
October closed 23c; November, 23c; De
cember, 23?4a244c, closed 2374c. Beef
Firm. Cut Meats Dull. Butter Quiet;
western creamery, 14a22c; factory, 9al3c;
Elglns, 22c; Imitation creamery, 12al6c;
stato dairy, 12al9c; creamery, 14a22c.
Cheese Quiet; large white, 87iC; small
do., 9c; large colored. &Hc; small do., 9c;
part skims, 614a7c; full skims, 314a4c Eggs
Quiet; stato and Pennsylvania, 16a
1814c; western fresh, 161ial7c. Talow
Dull. Petroleum Dull.
Philadelphia Provision Market.
Philadelphia, Oct. 12.-Whcat-Dull and
le. lower; contract grade, October, 931ia
93?4c; November, December and January,
nominal. Corn Dull and 1c. lower: No.
2 mixed, October and November, 31a3,ll-c;
December and January, nominal. Oats
Dull and 14c. lower; No, 2 white, October,
November, December and January, 2074a,
2714c Potatoes Quiet and lower for
white; white, choice, per bushel, G5c; fair
to good, 55aC0c ; Jersey sweets, prime, per
"Merit talks" tho
Intrinsic value ot
Merit in medicine means tho power to
cure. Hood's Sarsaparilla possesses actual
and unequalled curative power and there
fore It has true merit. When you buy
Hood's Sarsaparilla, and tako It according
to directions, to purify your blood, or
cure any of tho many blood diseases, you
are morally certain to receive benefit.
Tho power to cure is there. You are not
trying an experiment. It will make your
blood pure, rich and nourishing, and thus
drivo out tho germs of disease, strengthen
the nerves and build up the wholesyatem.
Is tho best, In fact the One True Blood Turlner.
Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Masi.
iwlvl 1 In
basket, 30a33cj seconds, 16a20o. Provisions
Steady, modcrato demand; smoked beef,
city, 19a20c; beef hnms, $23.60a20: pork,
family, 12.irU3; hams, S. P. cured, la
tierces, 7aS',ic; hnmes, smoked, 9al0c;
sides, ribbed, in salt, Ga&Uc; do. smoked,
OaCUci shoulders, plcklo cured, CtfaGVic;
do. smoked, 7a71,ic; picnic hams, S. P.
cured, 6t4aC4c; do. smoked, 7iia8c; bel
lies, In pickle, 7,fcaS'4c; breakfast bacon,
9al0c; lard, city rcllncd, CaGVfcc; do. In
tubs, CaGHc; do. western, do., M&aGc; dp.
butchers', loose, 6(4a6!4e. Iluttor Quiet
but steady; fancy western creamery, 22c;
do. Pennsylvania prints, 22a; do. western,
do., 22c Kggs Firm nnd Mc higher;
fresh, nearby, lSc; do. western, 17c.
Cheese Steady. Rellned Sugars Un
changed. Cotton 1-lOc. lower; middling
uplands, Cc. Tallow-Steady. Llvo Pout
try Dull and easier; fowls, 9c; old roos
ters, 7c; spring chickens, 7a9c; ducks,
9a9o.; geese, 8c Drcsed Poultry Weak
and lower; fowls, choice, 8aS'.Sc; do. fair
to gffood, 7a"i4a: chickens, large, 10c;
medium, 8a9c; common and scalded, 7a
Sc; turkeys, choice, 12al3c. Receipts
Flour, 1,700 barrels, 13,000 sacks: wheat,
9,000 bushels: corn. 108,000 bushels; oats,
15,000 bushels. Shipments Wheat, 3,000
bushels; corn, 55,000 bsuhols; oats, 59,000
Chicago Crnln Market.
Chicago, Oct. 12. Tho leading futures
ranged us follows: Wheat December,
90a90Uc.; May, 8974a89aS9Hc Corn-October,
267in2fi)4c.j December, 29?4a2774c; May,
32a314uRli74c. Oats Ocfobnr, 184al8V4c. ;
December. lDtfalOc.; May, 2174a2P!4c Pork
December, $7.82'.4a7.G0; January, $7.72V4a
7.824. Lard-December, Jl.30a4.23; Janu
ary, JI.33al.37',4. RlbsOstobcr, $1.57V4a,
4.4714; December, $4.5214al.t0j January,
J4.65a4,45. Caj?h quotations were as fol
lows: Flour Easier; No. 2 spring wheat,
82',4c: No. 3 spring wheat, 78a87c; No; 2
red, OOUngOc.o No. 2 corn, 26-Hc; No. 2
yellow, 26?;c; No. 2 oats, 1874c; No. 2
white, f. o. b 21a22ic; No. 3 white, f. o.
b., 20!4a22c; No. 2 rye, 43c; No. 2 barley,
nominal; No. 3, f. o. b.. 2S.vi2c; No. 4, f.
o. b., 25!4a3Sa; No. 1 flax seed, f o. b.,
$lal.02; prlmo timothy seed, J2.C0; pork,
$7.55a7.C0; lard, $4.2214; ribs, $l.35a4.70; shoul
ders, 4)4a5c.; sides. GatiHc.: whisky, $1.22;
sugars, unchanged. Receipts Flour, 11,
000 barrels: wheat, 151,000 bushels: corn,
537,000 bushels; oats, 519,000 bushels; rye,
21,000 bushels; barley, 133,000 bushels. Ship
ments Flour, 4,000 barrels; wheat, 103,000
bushels; corn, 110,000 bushcU; oats, 210.000
bus-hels; rye, 83,000 bushels; barley, 0,000
Chicago Livo Stock.
Chicago, Oct. 12,-Cattle-Actlvo and
steady; native beef steers, $3.S0a4; poorest
drcsed beef, grades, Jl.50a5.10; light weight
stock steers, $3a4; best heifers, $ 184.108.40.206.
Hogs $3.70a4; coarse heavy packers, $3.45a
3.70; prime assorted light weights, Jl.lOa
4.12'4; pigs, J3.GO.l3.90. Shoop-$2u2.50 for
culls, up to $la4.23 foi) choice to prlmo na
tives; western rango sheep, J3.50a3.SO;
lambs, J3.50a3.73 for tho poorest, up to J3a
5.G5 for tho best; western, $3.S5a5. Re
ceiptsCattle, 5.000 head; hogs, 11,000 head;
sheep, 9,000 head.
ICnst Liberty Cnltlo Market.
East Liberty, Pa,, Oct. 12.-Cattle-Steady;
prime, jl.S0al.93; common, $3.25a
3.73; bills, stags nnd cows, J2a3.C0. Hogs
Steady; best medium, J4.20a4.23; ptlms
light weights, Jl.15a4.20; fair to good York
ers, $4.10a4.15; pigs, J4al.l0; heavy. Jlat.15;
grasscrs, Jlal.10; roughs, $2.73a3.73. Sheep
Steady; choice, J4.10a4.20; common, J2.75a.
3.23; choice lambs, J3a5.23; common to
good lambs, J4a4.90; veal calves, $0a0.50.
Ititirhlo Live Stock.
East Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 12. Cattle
Steady. Hogs Fairly active; Yorkers,
good to choice, J4.23; roughs, common to
good, $3.65a3.75: pigs, good to choice, Jt.25a
4.30. Sheep and Lambs Steady to strong;
lambs, choice to extra, J5.15a5.35; culsl to
fair, Jla4.75; sheep, cholco to selected
wethers, J4al.2G; culls and common, ?'--' Ja
New York Live Stock.
Now York, Oct. 12. Beeves No trading;
veals, steady; veals, J3.i5.73; western
calves, J3. Sheep and Lambs Steady but
very slow; sheep, J3al; lambs, $5a3.50.
Hogs Firm at J1.25a4.50.
New York, Oct. 12. PetroleumPenn
sylvania crude, no market; nominally 85.
Oil City. Pa., Oct. 12. Credit balances,
70; ccrtlllcates, no bids; shipments, 137,153
barrels; runs, 115,137 barrels.
Getting in on the Ground Floor.
From tho Cincinnati Enquirer.
Traveling Passenger Agent Tom Camp
bell says that Swede camo Into a law
yer's otllco ono day and asked:
"Is haro ben a lawyer's place?"
"Vcs; I'm a lawyer."
"Well, Molster Lawyer, I tank I shall
havo a paper made,"
"What kind of a paper do you want?"
"Well, I tank I skall havo a mortgage.
You sec, I buy mo a piece of land from
Nels Petersen, and I want a mortgago
"Oh, no. You don't want a, mortgage;
what you want Is a deed."
"No, Maister; I tank I want mortgage.
You see, I buy mo two pieces of land be
fore, and I got deed for dem, and 'nothcr
faller como along with mortgage and tako
tho land: so I tank I better get mortgago
Itching-, lrritsted, icaly, crmtcrt Sc&lpi, dry, thin,
and falling llilr, cletntert, purified, nnd beauti
fied by wurra limpooi with Cciiccr Sotr,
and occasional dressings of Ct'TicuEi, purest of
emollient!, the greatest eltln cures.
Treatment will produce a clean, healthj acalp
with luxuriant, lustrous hair, when nil else falls.
Sntd throuthotit th vorld. Potiib Daio ixn Cum.
Cuar.. nl Prop , Hoston. , , ,
oj-"Uovr to produce Lumrltnt llilr," mailed lit:
SKINS ON FIREwltl'TTcV.n:ViSBrrii.,."d
We Make It.
We Warrant It.
We Wholesale It.
ESTON MILL CO,
tWfllj w W75b?i1!II 13fOi
0 81 P ItftlM Si
VI km EL & VI X tS a 23 aUL
Full Set of 'Teeth
No charge for extraction
teeth taken out and a set put in
fflmi W mi
mm m f
KWlwl wW til
aWl f 1
Iff wf if,
Eoprcscnt tho highest standard of oxcollcnco at tho mini
mum of cost. That's tlio easiest and plainest way wo can
put it. Years of oxpcriouco has taught us vliat is best for
sorvico, and a perfect knowledgo of tho public taste enables
us to select what is right in styles.
Carpet selling at our storo never was brisker, and tho
reason for this is simply that we've got what tlio people
want. As to figures, they're misleading on paper, but con
vincing when you get them quoted with tho goods before
you. Give us a chanco on these lines and wo' 11 cortainly
sell you your Fall Carpets.
Of courso we've got cvory other kind of Floor Cover
ing that you can think of, and thoy'ro all for salo on tho
low-price- for-good-qualities plan.
Behold a Coat
WHICH von mny prize, which over will de.
light your eves, e'en when it's old and
soiled and torn. You'll happy bo that you
have worn n coat that Is and looks us nlco as
others sell for twice the price;
W. J. DAV8S,
213 Wyoming Ave.,
WOLF & VVENZEL,
240 Adams Ave., Opp. Court llous;.
PRACTICAL TINNERS and PLUMBERS
Solo Agents for Wchnrdson-Boyntou'a
Furnaces and ltancis.
100 To Any Man.
WILL PAY $100 FOR ANY CASE
or WonkncsR in .Men They Trent nnd
I'nil to Cure.
An Omaha Company places for the
first time before tho publlo a MAGI
CAL TREATMENT for tho cure of
Lost Vitality, Nervous and Sexual
AVeakness, and Iteatoratlon of Life
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It is a WONDERFUL TREATMENT.
Magical in its effects postlvo in its
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from a weakness that blights their
life, causing that mental and physical
suffering peculiar to Lost Manhood,
should write to the STATE MEDICAL
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their truly MAGICAL TREATMENT.
Thousands of men, who have lost all
hope of a cure aro being restored by
them to a perfect condition.
This MAGICAL TREATMENT may
bo taken nt 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 aro perfectly rellaulo;
have no Free Prescriptions, Free Cure,
Free Sample, or C. O. D. fake. They
have J2SO.O00 capital, and guarantee to
euro every case they treat or refund
every dollar; or their charges may bo
deposited In a bank to be paid to them
when a cure Is effected. Write them
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Thar m pre Dipt, aafi and certain In result. The etnalne (Dr. FmI'i) tstu dlrajx
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Far Sals by JOHN H PHELPS,
The first to use Klondike gold for
crown and bridge work.
Our prices as low or lower tlian tlie
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
Special Attention Given to Bust
ncss nnd Personal Accounts.
Liberal Accommodations Ex
tended According to Balances and
3 Per Cent. Interest Allowed on.
WM. CONNELL, President.
HENRY I1ELIN, Jr., YleePres.
WILLIA3I II. PECK, Cashier.
Philadelphia Lawn Mowers,
Best in the Market.
Drexe! Lawn Mowers,
Best cheap mower made.
Prices $2.50, $2.75, $3.00
Baldwin's Dry Air Refrigerators
All sizes, The most pero
feet refrigerator manu
434 Lackawanna Ays
3C0ES I AND 2, COHI'LTH BTrt
rtimiKG AND BLASTINS
HADE AT MOOfllC AIID HDS3&.
LAFLIN & RAND POWDER OS'S
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Elcctrlo nattcrloi, I'.loctno Hxphdori, for a:
plodlus bUjts, rtafety Fuse, and
Repanno Chemical Co. 's expLosiVbs.
moathlr. rtrulatloT midiclne.
Onlr harmlwa tt&
should bo uaod. Hjou want the brat, get
Pharmacist, cor. Vv0mlno ovenuo and