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THE SOR ANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 10. 1897..
THI9 SPKCIAIj BAt,!! OP TlNtJ
WHITE CUYHTALS HAS NHVKIl UCnN
APl'HOACHUD IN T11U HISTOUY OI-'
TUB TRADU. THOSU
EXTRA WHITE AND
VERY BRILLIANT STONES
AUD SOLD LOWER THAN THE REGU
LAR PRICES ON ORDINARILY COM
JIERQIAL STONES. CALL AND LOOK
THEM OVER. THEY WILL SURELY
SURPRISE THE MOST EXPERT.
317 Lackawanna Ave,
Of course you have hclrloonii
in form of Old Furniture, and
then, perhaps, your modern fur
iiishings are a bit worn: Why not
have them toned up restored ?
Is a special line of work with us.
"We do it well and we do it for as
Jittle as possible. We have all
the new and desirable coverings.
Carpels, Drapsrlcs, Wall Papers.
Rev. J. U. Eekmnn, in witling elder
of the WyomlnB district, will occupy
tho pulpit In the Pitsbyterl.in chuich
tiunonow morning. Srwclul hoi vices
Mill bo conducted in honor of (juni tel
ly confeieneo Sunday.
SI is. Rleliuid 13ecr find Mis. Parry,
nt VundlltiK. wtio 'visitors in town this
Slis 13. Gljiin and Sliss l'oid, of
Dtiiunoie, spent Thuinlny lit the Cal
Sirs. Rose Illnes has leturncd from
Wllllainspoit, where she lias been nt
tendlnK the V. C. T. U. convention In
Eugene, the lO-niontlis-old son of Sir.
and Slis. L. K. O'Brien, jr., is serlous
1 ill of inemlmiuonus croup.
Sir. II. V. ReaHonor, of Wilkes
Hauo, was tho guest of C. V. Iloban
The fair under the auspices of the
1'. SF. chuich will open on Nov. 17.
Andiew, son of Sir. and Slis. An
drew Ilealey, of Vine sticet, sustained
a broken Ior while lnyliur about tho
C'ential breaker on Tluusday nftcr
noon. A laiKO piece of lion fell on it,
'bicakliiK it midway between the ankle
Tho Slooslo Hose compony fair will
open on Monday evening In Rutler's
oiuriitoriiun. An entertainment will be
provided each evening.
John, the young son of Sir. and Sirs.
Thomas Sullivan, died on Wednesday
afternoon after a few das' illness. In
terment will be In St. Slaiy'.s ccmo
teiy. Slis. Nell I'oiRiison Is convalescing
after a seilous Illness.
Tho largo concourse of fi lends which
assembled at the funeral of SIis Elean
or Conkey on Wednesday afternoon
was a significant tribute to the mem
oiy if the deceased. The services weie
exceedingly lmpiesslve and tho ser
anon which the officiating clergyman,
Rev. V. I. Smythe, delivered, was elo
quent, and was a deserving tribute to
the memory of the deceased. Tho hand
fome casket was covered with bounti
ful lloral ttlbutes of love and regard.
At the lose the body was conveyed
to the chuicliyard In the lear, where
Interment was mad" Tho pall-beareis
wero Steillng Keith, James Boase,
James Ralph, William Graham, John
liavls and Oeorge Kennedy. The floral-bearers
were Ida Fredeilck, Slay
Sandeis, Flora Davis, Kato Suther
land, Charles Biadbury, John Blggar,
Chailes Keith, John Young.
Sits. Ferguson, Sirs. Frank Sanders
nnd Slis. Solomon Sillier have returned
Iiomo after a few days' visit with
f Herds In Wayne county.
The (list and second Relgby team
will play the ilrst game of the season
on the Popular's grounds this nftei
Jioon. The Hist team will lino up as
follows: Slulr. right tacklo; Campbell,
right guard; Hamlin, center; Lynott,
left guard; Early, left tackle; Deans,
left end; Manners, quarter; SlcDon
nld. light half back; Sloiohan, left
half back; Robertson, full.
Last Friday morning Sirs. Geoige
Rought slipped and fell on a frosty
step, breaking both bones in her vvjlst.
A musical and literary entertain
ment will be given in the Univeisallst
church, Fleetville, on Wednesday eve
There was a law case yesterday ls
foie Esqulro SIcKlnney. Common
wealth vs. Ed. Rought. for vvlfo beat
ing. Sirs. Henry JIasters, of Slaplewood,
OLD FURNITURE ?
HINTS 10 CARPET BUYERS.
Three reasons why you should buy your Carpets from us; First Be
cause vyo carry the lurjrost Hue of Carpets in Scranton. Bocond Because
everything is of tho latest designs, and tho quality tho best, Third
Because our prices are always the lowest.
WAhw?cArf?S-W?BtiU lavo some goods that we are selling at
5 LENTS A ROLL, worth 10 cents.
FURNITURE Upholstered Chairs, Tables and Couches at about one.
half their regular prices.
J. SCOTT INGLIS.
Is the gucet of her son, Mr. James
Alt Interested male workers are re
quested to meet this morning at tho
Unlversallst church nt 0 o'clock, for
tho purpose of grading tho grounds.
Dinner will be served to the laborers
at noon by the ladles of tho church.
Quite a largo delegation, It Is ex
pected, will go to Tunkhannock on the
19th, headed by tho Nicholson band,
to witness the unveiling of tho Sol
diers' nnd Sailors' monument.
W. II, Drlggs will engage In tho
plumbing business at Dalton soon,
Sirs. A. E. Rogers, of Scranton, who
snnt the summer hero with her par
ents, Sir. and Sirs. Dr. Kelly, returned
to her homo jesterday.
The convention of Christian Endeav
orcrs held here yesterday, was largely
attended from Factlryvllle, Dalton and
Wnverly. The following programme
was observed: Afternoon 2.1C, song
service; 2.30, devotional service; 2.35,
convention sermon, Rev. C. II. Newing,
Dalton; 3.1G, paper, "The Tenth Le
gion," Sliss Nellie Green, Factoryvllle;
3.30, Intermission; 3 33, paper, "By This
Sign, Conquer," Sliss Bertha Santee,
Dalton; 3.G0, address, "The Great Need
of Today," Rev. John A. Davis, Hall
stead; 4.20, consecration meeting; 4.50,
'business meeting. Evening 7.15, song
service; 7.30, address, "Tho Still Hour,"
Rev. W. L. Frcund, Brooklyn.
A POLITICAL POINTER
If you lndorso tho freo trade and frcc
sllver Chicago platform ns tho Lacka
wanna Domocracy does, "fully nnd
without reserve," then work nnd vote
for Schadt, Horn, et. nl. If you be
lieve In McKlnley, protection and pros
perity, turn these agents pf Bryan
Sliss Sadie Laycock, clerk In the
postofllce, will leave this morning for
Bloomsburg, where she will spend Sun
day with friends.
Mr. and Sirs. J. Frank Smith have
returned home from their wedding
trip. They visited Now York, Boston
and took a sail up the Hudson river.
At piesent they are making their home
with Sir. Smith's mother. The hand
some and capacious residence which
Sir. Smith has had under tho course
of election will soon bo ready for oc
cupancy and In this Sir. and Sirs. Smith
will make their permanent home.
Sir Ross, the outside foreman at
Slount Lookout colliery, has rented the
house owned by William Barnett, on
Slonument street, and will move In It
from his piesent homo In Luzerne
about Nov 1.
Sirs Lura Ransom nnd Slis. Addle
Chlflln, of Scranton, weio guests of
Sirs. Charles Penny this week.
Thomas R. Evans, who died last
week, was Insured In tho Knights of
Honor for $1,000, which his widow will
come Into possession of in a shoit
Sir. and Sirs, llctbeit Klshpaugh arc
visiting relatives in Wayne county.
Rev. Wilson Tiieblo and wife at
tended the funeral of Rev. Sir. West
lake, at Dallas, on Thursday.
Sirs. William Bryden, who has been
quite 111 for some time, Is now con
valescing. Edward Reese, who was kicked In
the abdomen by a mule two weeks ago
severely injured, Is now able to be
Andrew Baldwin has been learning
to ilde a wheel this week and has met
with good success. Owing to the de
fectiveness of one knee ho Is compelled
to pedal with only one foot.
Aihor Day will bo obseivcd with ap
ptopiiato exercises by the pupils of the
Wyoming public schools on Friday,
Robert Lajcock has been attending
tho court pioccedlngs nt Wllkes-Barre
as a juryman this week.
Hairy Jones, who has been locomo
tive engineer In the mines nt Slount
Lookout, has been promoted to tho
bossshlp of the Inside machine gang.
Sits. Payne Pettebono Is 111 at her
homo on Wyoming nvenue,
Sliss Slary Sleyeis, of Exeter bor
ough. Is having a house erected on the
corner of Slonument and Fomth
O. A. Dodson, the jeweler and op
tician of this town, went on a gun
ning tilp esterday In tho vicinity of
Samuel Honeywell, who was taken
to his son's home, near Dallas, a few
dajs ago, is reported to bo In a worse
condition from rheumatism than ho
was when moved. Slis. Honeywell, who
also accompanied him, Is In a piecarl
ous physical condition.
Sliss Laura Slonls, of Forty Fort,
was a caller on Sliss Lama Davies this
Stephen Bionson had an exciting
lunaway lately. His friends rejoice
that he escaped unhurt.
About twelve of our residents are
at work on the Still Water dam.
Walter Kilmer has moved to tho
Curtis house formerly occupied by his
Sirs. Richard Jones visited relatives
In Plttston Slonday and Tuesday.
Mrs. Perham, of Pleasant Slount,
spent last week with Sirs. Douglas
Israel Rounds has moved into his
largo house on Church street and Sir.
Bcechus Is occupying the rooms Sir.
Rounds lately vacated.
Sirs. Robert Tennant will entertain
the ladles aid society on Wednesday.
Professor Fred Heath, a blind man
of Boston, gave a very Interesting en
tettalnment on Slonday evenlng.Pro
fessor Heath Is a well educated and a
highly cultured musician. All were de
lighted with his Instrumental and vo
cal muslo also his recitations and short
talks regarding the blind.
Douglas Coleman went to Scranton
on his wheel this week.
Isaac Slorgan left lost Friday for
Deposit, N. Y.
Sir. and Sirs. Sanford Burns attend
ed the Flynn and Cunningham wed
ding nt Herrlck Centre.
The Sunday School Institute held at
Lyon street was well attended and tho
sessions wero of great Interest.
Sirs. Blandln and daughter Mrs.
Ilorton of Pleasant Slount, havo late
ly been visiting friends here.
Sliss Slaud Lewis has been spending
this week with her sister Sirs. Dr. SIc
Gulro at Vandllng.
419 LACKA. AVE
Royal makes the lood pure,
wholesome and delicious.
POYAl etKINO POWOlft CO., MEW YOKK.
Wall Street Review
New York, Oct. 15. Todaj 's market was
a contest between piofesslonal traders,
as has been tho case each day this week.
The bears wero ognln successful during
tho morning, but they encountered re
sistance ait tho lower level und wero
forced to cover heavily beforo the odose
of the day, so that prices wero brought
back to within fractional limits cither way
of last night's close. Chicago Gaa con
tinued to abscrb a very lnrge share of at
tention and it was in this stock that tho
bears suffered a keen reverse. Tho suc
ceeded in forcing down tho price at one
time 14, but tho inside support for the
stock was very stiong and tho advance
drove the boars to cover, tho stock clos
ing with a net gain of 2V Sugar also,
which was raided down 3 during tl.o
morning, rr.llleu to within less than a point
of laM night's close. Total sales 43-',6M
t. ha res.
Turnlshed by WILLI AH MNN. AL
LEN & CO., stock brokers, Mcars build
tng, rooms 703-7WS.
Open- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. In?.
Am. Tobacco Co .... 82 f,2 "S'i SO'i
Am. Cot. Oil SI 2" 21 21H
Am. Sllg. Ro'g Co ..139i 13! 157 13Si
Atch., To. & S. IV .. 13), 314 13',! 13'2
A., T. & S. I, Pr .. !ftg 2SU 28U 2S4
Can. Southern in I M r.l
Che-4. i: Ohio 21U 21Ji JO'j '-i4
Chicago Gas 91a8 91 S'J'i S2'8
Chle. X. W 122 122 JPS lJ2'i
Chic, B. it Q B2'6 91 1'2 92
C. C C. &St. L 34'4 3l'i :,3i 3.)
Chic, Sill. & St. P .. Si'-, 91 91s 924
Chle., R. I. & V K,lt &.J'4 ST. fc-,ss
Delaware & Hud ...lt2 113 112T4 113
1)., L. & W 131 l'AVj 131 15fi
Dlst. & C. P 10 10 10'4 10't,
Gen. Electric 33 23'i 22",4 3i
Lake Shoro 171 17134 170 170'2
Louis. & NasH r.".3, SVii nti KM
SI. K. & Tex.. Pr ... 31 3l'i SI 33'4
Manhattan Elo t'2 1W, VJ lOO);
Slo. Pacific 2S 2D 87'i 13
X.it. Lend 3t'l VA'i 32 8.1'i
N. J. Central 013 JJ', 013 92
N. Y. Central 10i', 10iV lOfi 10611
X. Y , L. E. & W .... 15 r. IVi 13V4
X. Y.. S & W.. Pr .. 33i 33'; 3! 33
Xor. Paclllc, Pr .... 31"4 Dl'd M C1'4
Out. &. Wtst V, 1G 4 lfi 1G'4
Omaha 77'4 77 7fi 77'i
pTcifle Slall :iV, 3." 3K, il't,
Phil. & Read 23 21 " 23's 2T4
Southern R. R fl' 10H 95s 30'4
Southern R. R , Pr.. 30' i r.n LT-i
Tonn , C. A: Iron .... 27 27 2i 26
Texas Pacific M' ink, 10 10
Union Paclllc 21 21'1 1'0'i 21'4
Wabish. P- IS", is 1S'4 Id's,
Wist. I'nlon S7'j S7 S7'4 874
W. L -JH i!i4 ta ;4
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
Open- High- Low- Clos-
WHEAT. Ing est est. lnu.
December oos ri'- W4 niia
May SS'i 8S14 87 iOya
December R'4 15 1514 :s
Slay 20 21'i 20 21'4
December 2G'i 27 '.VJ 2f
Slay 30 30 30'1 30-
December 4.27 132 4 27 4 27
December 7 7 7 87 7.75 7.87
Scrnnton Hoard of Trade Exchnngc
((uotations--.VII Quotations Based
on l'nr of 100.
STOCKS. Bid. Asked.
Scranton & Plttston Trac. Co. ... 20
National Boring & DriU'g Co. ... 0
Tlrst National Bank G50
Elmhurst Boulevard Co 100
Scranton Savirgs Bank 200
Scranton Packing Co 95
Lacka. Iron and Steel Co 150
Third National Bank 350
Throop Novelty SI'f'g Co 80
Scranton Traction Co 15 17
Scranton Axlo Works 75
Weston Mill Co 2M
Alexander Car Bcplacer Co 100
Scranton Bedding Co 105
Dlmo Dep, & Dls. Bink 143
Lacka. Trust & Safe Dep Co,. 145
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage due 1920 115
and Retail Shoe House
On this day we always select a certain lot of shoes of which we make a
special drive and the bargains offered on this day are for Saturdays only.
330 pair Slen's Calf hand-sewed Shoes,
calf-lined, opera too, worth $100 pair;
400 pair Slen's Calf Shoes, worth J2.50
and $3.00, at J1.C9 and J1.9S.
230 pair Slen's Patent Leather Shoes,
worth J3 00, at J2 9S.
150 pair Slen's 3-solo, calf, hand-sewed
Shoes, at Jl.iiS; worth J3 50
1,500 pair Slen's Congress and Lace
Shoes, for work and for street dress,
worth J1.50, nt 9Sc
1,5(10 pair Boys' School Shoes, at C9c,
79c, 9Sc and J125.
Youths' Shoes, at C3c, 79c, and 9Sc
The above are only a few of the many bargains. Remember, we offer only the
best. We are searching the shoe markets throughout the laud, aucl we always buy good,
stylish and durable footwear of all sorts at about 50 cents on the dollar, from concerns in
need of ready cash, and besides we are satisfied with a small profit; and we do the largest
retail shoe business on the avenue and the immense outlet enables us to sell all sorts of
footwear for less money than some pay by buying direct from the manufacturers. We
invite you to call and examine our goods before buying elsewhere and make our store your
headquarters, Remember, there is no trouble to show goods and you will surely save
money by it.
Teoplo's Street Railway first
mortgage due 1918 115 ...
Scranton & Plttston Trao Co. ... 90
People's Btrcet Railway. Gen
eral mortgage, due 1921 115 ...
Dickson Manufacturing Co ... ... 100
Lacka. Township School 6 103
City of Scranton St. Imp. G 102
Sit. Vernon Coal Co S3
Scranton Axle Works 100
Scranton Traction Co loo ...
New York Produce Market.
New York, Oct. 15. Flour Opened dull
and easy but becaino moro actlvo nnd
Armor with tho late rise In wheal; city
mill patents, J5.73aG. Wheat Spot strong;
No. 2 led, 9Gi4a98',sa, f. o. b , atloat; No. 1
northern New York, 9G4c, f. o. b., nlloat;
No. 2 hard, 97',4a97c, f. o. b afloat; op
tions opcred steady on better cables than
expected, advanced on light offerings and
dry weather west, brcko at noon under a
bear raid, but full recovered, cioslngi
strong nt Hac. net advance; No. 2 red,
Slay, 91a92Hc, closed 92!4c; October,
91HaM!ic closed 9J',4c; November closed
94c; December, 93 D-16c.aDl'itc., closed
Ol'frc. Corn Spot firm; No. 2, 3144c., f. o.
b., afloat; options opened easy under fur
ther liquidation and after a rally on cov
ering, broko with wheat, only to recover
again, closing urchanged; Slay, 334a3554c,
closed 3384c.; October, 30'4c.j November,
30c; December, 31Ua31c, closed 314c.
Oats-Spot quiet: Xo. 2 22a23c; No. 3,
22'4c; No. 2 white, 234a25c; No. 3 white,
2ja25'ic,: track mixed, western, 23a24c;
track white, 2Ga31c; options quiet but
stronger, closing UaHc net higher; Octo
ber, 23c.; December, 23',4a23)4c., closing
23Hc. Butter Quiet; western creamery,
14ta22',4c; do. factory, 9al3e.; E'.glns,
22'tc.; imitation creamery, 12altc.; stnto
dairy, 12al9c.; do. creamery, 14n22'c.
Cheese Firmer; largo white, 9c; small
white, 9Via9V4c.; lirgo colored, 9c; small
colored, 9'4a9'.4c.; part skims, GHa7c; fun
sklmsv 3V4a4c Eggs Quiet; staito and
Pennsylvania, lGalSc; western fresh, Wi
al7c. Petroleum Dull.
Philadelphia Provision Market.
Philadelphia, Oct. 15. Wheat-Finn and
c. higher; contract grade, October, 9!a
9l'4c; Xovember, December and January,
nominal. CornFirm, '8c. higher; Xo. 2
mixed, October and Xovember, 31'4a31'iC.;
December and January, nominal. Oats
Steady; Xo. 2 white, October, Xovember
nnd December and January, 27a27c. But
terQuiet but steady; fancy western
creamery. 22c.: Pennsylvania prints, 21c;
do. western, 21c. Eggs Steady; fresh,
nearby, 18c; do. western, IG'ial'c Cheeso
Quiet but steady. Reilncd Sugars Un
changed. Cotton Dull and 1-lCc. loner;
middling uplards, 6 9-1 6c. Tallow Dull
and unchanged. Live Poultry Weak and
unsettled; fowls, Sa9c: old roosters, to.;
spring chickens, 7aSc ; ducks, 7a9c; geese,
l)',4a7f. Dressed Poultry Quiet and easier;
fowls, choice, Sc: do. fair to good, 7a7'ic;
chickens, large, 9al0c. do. medium, 7a5c ;
do. common and scalded, Ga7c; turkejs,
choice. 12al3c Receipts Flour, 10,000 bar
rels, 19,000 sacks; wheat, 81,000 bushels,
eornv 4,000 bushels, oats, 20,0u0 buslmls.
Shipments Wheat, 57.000 bushels; corn,
14,000 bushels; oats, 4,500 btishel3.
Chicngo Grain Mnrkct.
Chicago. Oct. 15. Tho leading futures
ranged a-s follows. Wheat October, UlJ.i
91'ic; December, 90a91a91'4c ; Slay, 88'-..
aS9c Corn October, 25n2Vs, , Decem
ber, 26'4a2G"Ho.: Mnj, SOUaajaOOc Oats
October, 17al8'8alS'ic; December, 1S.1
18HalSc: May, 20a21'C. Pork Decem
ber, J7 73a7.S7'i; January, $7.&!1&ci7.iA'&.
Lard December, Jl 27':a4 32'i, January,
J1.4Vi4 50. Ribs December J 133a 1.C0; Jan
uary, J4.60a4.63. Cash quotations were ns
follows: Flour Quiet, quotably 15c. low
er; Xo. 2 spring wheat, SOiMV : No. 3 do ,
79aSlc: Xo. 2 red, 93c ; Xo 2 corn, 25'-a
23c; Xo. 2 jellow, 25a23V:.; Xo. oats,
lS'ja: Xo. 2 white, f o. b,, 22c; Xo. 3
white, f. o. b , 20a21c ; Xo. 2 red, 32al3e ;
No. 2 barley, nominal, Xo. 3, f. o. b V0.
41c: No. 4, f. o. b 2b.i35c; Xo. 1 flax seed,
J1.03al.('.; prlmo timothy, seed, J2fS; miss
pork, J7S0i7.85; lard, JI30al3J3; ribs, Jl 13
ai.73; shoulders, 4a3c ; clear t-Ides, la
5c; whisky, $1.22, sugars, unchanged. Re
ceipts ritnir, S.fAl harrels; wheat, 110.000
bushels: corn, !39,noo bushels; oats, 326,0CH)
bushels, rye, 19,000 bushels; barley, Sb.OoO
bushels. Shipments Flour ,10 000 ban els;
wheat, 2.V,,000 bushels; coin, 23S,om) bush
els; oat, f.St.ono bushels, ie, none; barley.
Chicago Liio Stock.
Chicago, Oct. 15 Cattle Actlvo and
steady; native steers, JlWaolO. Calves
In beter demand; best grades, Jha(r,0;
6toeker,s and feeders, J3al 50, western, J3.10
"4 10. Hogs Actlvo and higher nt J .'Oil.
oiro, heavy packers, J1.It,i3 70; prlmo
butchers, J410all5. Sheep and Ijimbs
Steady, active; sheep, J.'DOa.l for common
natives; ?! 23al.50 for chalce to prime
flocks; western rangers, J3 25al; feeders,
$3 5fta3 85; lambs. J3 7ViG; western, Jla310,
feeders, $3 ?3.i4 73. Receipts Cattle, 3,0fiO
head; hogs, 18,0i head; sheep, 12,000 head.
New York Live Stock.
Xew- York, Oct. 1. Beeves Rough
stock geneially lower: natives steers, J4a
fl05; stags and oxen, J2 50a4 40; bulls, $2, 50a
3, dry cows, Jl -i3 30. Calves Steady but
slow; veals, JJai M, grasseis, JJ.73a3. Hheap
and Lambs Sloie active; lamks, llrmcr;
sheep, J3a4 23; lambs, $ ! 75ao G2S Hogs
East Liberty Cattle Mnrkct.
East Liberty, Pa., Oct. 15. Cattle
Steady; prime, J4 80a4 10, common, J3 2?a
3 75; buljs and cows. J2a3 60. ogs Slow ;
30, LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
prlmo triedlum, Jl.15n4.20; best Yorkers,
l.l0a4. 15: common to fair Yorkers, Jlal.10;
pigs, N90a4; heavy, J4.0O.t4.10i roughs, JAM
n3.50. Snoop Firm; cholco, J4.10a4.20; com
mon, J2.75a3.23; cholco lambs, J5o5 23; com
mon to good, Jla4.90; veal calves, Gafl.SO.
Ilnllalo Live Stock.
East Buffalo. N. Y.. Oct. 15.-Cattle-
Steady. Hogs Slodcratlvoly active; York
ers, goou to cnoioe, Jl.17a4.20: roughs, J3 60
n3.70: pigs, good to choice, Jlal.10. Shtep
and Lambs About steady; lambs, cholco
to extra, J3.30a5G0; ctilsl to fair, J4.15a8;
sheep, choice to scleetnl wethers, Jl.lOa.
4 25; culls and common, J2.C0a3 23.
New York, Oct. 15. Petroleum Pcnn
slvanla crude, no market; nominally 15.
A WORD OF ADVICE
Republicans who nro faithful In so
called off years aro tho ones whoso
fealty to party counts. Let all such
bestir themselves now.
A Change in tho Presidency.
From tho Chicago Record.
"You havo reotganlzed your board of of
ficers?" "Wo had to; our typewriter girl and tho
president quarrelled about which should
sit facing tho window."
Slight llnvo Done Worse.
From tho Chicago Record.
"It was brutal of Nero to liddlo while
Rome was burning."
"I don't know about that; suppose ho
had plajcd an accordion?"
" Cures talk " In favor
ot Hood's Sarsaparilla,
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and Retail Shoe Honse
1,200 pair Ladles' Dongola Button and
Laco Shoes, patent leather vamp, worth
from J2 50 to $3 00. at Jl 43.
750 pair Ladles' Dongola Button and
Laco Shoes, at Jl 29, Jl 49, Jl 79 and J1.9S,
worth J2 50 and $3 00 pair
1.000 pair Ladles' J1.50 Shoes, at 9Sc
We also have a largo stock of ladles'
flno hand-turned shoes, from A to EE, at
prices $2.00. J3 00 und J3 50.
Sllsses' high-cut School Shoes, nt 9Sc
Children's Shoes, at 39c. 49c and 79c
Boys' high-cut School Shoes, nt $1.29.
Youths' high-cut School Shoes, at $1.19.
Slen's Slippers, at 4V.
Ladles' Slippers, at 33c.
SI 00.00 Eli
Acknowledged Cheapest Wholesale
and Retail Shoe House,
ifiB Mi- w
mw r 1
All Kinds of Work Done Cheaper
Than Any Other Dentist in the City,
Represent tho highest standard of oxcollonco at tlio mini
mum of cost. That's tho casiost and plainest way wo can
put it. Years of oxporionco has taught us what is best for
service, and a perfect kuowledgo of tho public taste cnablos
us to select what is right in styles.
Carpet selling at our storo never was brisker, and tho
reason for this is simply that wo'vo got what tho people
want. As to iigures, they're misleading on paper, but con
vincing 'when you get them quoted with tho goods beforo
you. Give us a chance on theso linos and wo' 11 certainly
sell you your Fall Carpets.
Of courso we've got every 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
HICH voit may prl7c. whichever will de
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soiled and torn. You 11 happy bo that jou
have worn a coat Unit Is and looks at nice us
others bell for twice the pi Ice;
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"fi Xr-.tnminn- Aim Arcade
ij iijuiiiHii,nn., ui
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hr Ahnia or nther Kicgrash find Indin-
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restore Lmt Utility in old or jounu. and
fit nman for study, bu"ines?or marriage,
i'rerent Insanity am ConsamDtlon If
taken lu time. Their use shows in mediate improve
ment ana enectg h CUHt; nhere all otner iall in
sist upon having the senuine Alax Tnblets. They
have cored thousands and wl 1 1 care you. We dire a pos
itive written guarantee to effect a euro Crt PTQ ln
ouch case or refund the money. Price wv U 1 wiper
package; or six rkges ttull treatmontl for J2.G0. l)j
mail. In plain wrapper, upon receii t of prlco. ( ircular
" AJAX REMEDY CO., HSE
For salo ln Scranton, To., by Jlatthevrs
Bros, und Moiguu &. Co.
Primary. Secondary or Tertiary I1XOOD
CURED IN 15 TO 85 DAYS.
You can be treated at home for same price
under same guaranty. If you prefer to
come here we will contract to pay railroad
fare and hotel bills, and no charge, if we
fail to cure.
IF YOU HAVE
taken mercury, Iodide potash, and stilt
have aches and pains. Mucous Patches in
mouth, Sore Throat, Pimples, Copper
Colored Spots, Ulcers on any part of the
body, Hair or Eyebrows falling out, it is
WE GUARANTEE TO CURE.
We solicit the raort obstinate cases and
challenge the world for a case we cannot
cure. This disease has always balded the
skill of the most eminent physicians.
$500,000 capital behind our unconditio
nal guaranty. Absolute proofs sent sealed
on application. 100 page book rtnt free.
Addreis COOK REMEDY CO., 307 &J
lissome Temple, v-iiii-auu, ill.
ror Sala by JOHN H- PHELPS.
Special Attention Given to Busi
ness and Pci'sonnl Accounts.
Liberal Accommodations Ex-i
tended According to Balances and '
3 Per Cent. Interest Allowed on.1
$200, 000 1
AVM. COXKELL, President.
HENRY BELLV, Jr.. Vice Pim
WILLIAM H. PECK, Cashier.
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Best cheap mower made.
Prices $2.50, $2.75, $3.00
Baldwin's Dry Air Refrigerators
AH sizes, The most per
fect refrigerator manu
INT & CONNELL CI
434 Lackawanna Ave.
I0SIC POWDER CO.,
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INNING AND BLASTING
MADE AT MOOSIC AND RUfOsV
LAPLIN ft RAND POWDER C
ORANGE OUN POWDER
Electrlo Batteries, Rlootrio Exnbders, for ot'
plodlug blasts, Safety Fuse, and
Repauno Chemical Co.'s expLosiVes,
When In doubt what to use (or
Nervous Debility, Lots c4 !mcr.
other weaknesses, Irom aay cause,
use Sexlne I'tlls. Dralna checked
and full Tigor qulcklr restored.
1 r btlfvtrit isca trotbles rttslt fuU .
Mailed (or 1.00;oboies 5 00. Will
13.00 orders we give a guarantee ts
cure or refund the money, Addreu
PttL MEDICINE CO.. Clerelani, O.
Pharmacist, cor. Wvcmlna avenue and