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THE SOItANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 19, 1897..
TlflH SPECIAL- HALM OP F1NH
WHITE CIIYSTALS HAH NEVKIl UEKN
Al'I'HOACHBD IN THE HISTOItY OV
THE TltADli THOSE
EXTRA WHITE AND
YERY BRILLIANT STONES
ARE SOLD LOWER THAN THE REOU.
LAR PRICES ON ORDINAIULY COM
MEItflAL STONES. CALL AND LOOK
l'lIBM OVER. THEY WILL SURELY
aURPRISE THE MOST EXPERT.
317 Lackawanna Ave.
Of course yoit have heirlooms
in form of Old J'urniturc, 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.
We do it well and we do it for a9
little as possible. We have all
the new and desirable coverings.
WILLIAMS i I'MUTT
Carpets, Drapsrles, Wall Papers,
Miss Jennie Gardner has been spending
a few days with her friend, Mls Lena
Clark, of Wood street, Scrnnton, Pa.
Tho Rlker family reunion was held at
the home of Norman Rlker, at West Nich
olson, last Saturday, Oct. 1C. Next year It
was decided to hold It In the grove, at the
home of Mis. Catharine Brown, near
Tho game of foot ball between Keystone
in ademy and Scranton high school was
unn by Keystone and was one of the
hardest fought lMtt'.cs on the Keystone
grounds so far this season. An account
w.is published in brief in yesterday's Tilb
iini', the score being (i to 0 In favor of Kny
ctnne. Dershlmcr. of the Keystones, was
t'n- star player of the game, and made the
only touchdown In the game, and Norton
kiekrd the goal. The teams are pretty
ivinly matched In the game, Keystone
being tho stronger of the two at critical
moments. At no tlmo during the game
was Keystones goal In danger. Matthew-t-nii'H
kicking was also it feature of the
game. The referee was Professor Urom
l'.v Smith; umpire, Mr. Molt; timekeeper,
.lay Roud; llne-smen. Green and Brown.
Time of halves, 2Z and 20 minutes. Time
of game, one hour and thirty minutes.
Tho following Is the schedule of Key
ttonu's team fiom this date: Saturday,
Oct. 23. Keystone vs. Tunkhannock high
s'-honl, at Tunkhannock; Saturday. Oct.
::. Keystone vs. St. Thomas colegi-. at
Keystone grounds; Saturday, Nov. li. Key
Fione vs. Scrnnton high school, at Scran
ton; Saturday, Nov. '. Keystone vs. St.
Thomas college, at Scranton. Date.n for
games that are still open wltn Keystone,
Nov. 13, L'Snnd 27. They would like to hear
irom the School of the Lackawanna for a
g.uiiei Nov. 13 or ihe 27th (the 13th nt Kev
c tone grounds and the 27th on the grounds
of the Laekawai nas.
The Methodist Episcopal church Is b"lng
tn ated to a new autumn suit In the shape
The Finn woman who llgured conspi-u-ously
In tho arrest of E. E. Ellsworth last
Wednesday for desertion, was also ar
rested on Thursday at Foster for aliena
tion, and Is now devoting her affections
to the inside of a cell In the Montrose Jail,
The Athletic association of Keystono
neddemy Is advertising a grand concert
for the benefit of the association, to tako
plaee on Wednesday evening next, Oct. 20.
The boys arii deserving of patronage.
Photographer W. N. Manchester has
li .orators at work putting the finishing
oat of paint on his handsome and com
uinilioiis ne-.v residence on Main street.
I.angstatT Hose company at a special
meeting last Friday evening decided not
in attend In a body the monument cere
monies at Tunkhannock today. Quite a
large number of members reported to be
unab'.e to get off from their respective
places of work, therefore the decision not
I'aulowna Rebekah lodge, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, will meet in regit
l.t r session this evening. A good attend
ance Is expected, as business of an Impor
tant nature is to come before the lodge.
Henry Carpenter, formerly proprietor
of tho Piercevlllo hotel, has moved Into
the Harry Hrlggs property, near this
Miss Kitty Henwood, of Scranton, has
been visiting friends for Ihe past few days
In tills place.
Archbald Brown Inaugurated the sea
son by a squirrel hunt and captured one
Owing to the fact that tho conductor
of the Lnckawei.na anil Wyoming Musical
alliance could not be secured for the tlrst
neleoted dates, the committee have llxed
upon Nov. P! to 19, Inclusive, with a piob
able Informal session on Monday evening
previous, Nov. 15. Tho director secured
is Mr. S. S. Myers, of Cleveland. O., a
well known composer nnd convention In
Htruclor. Mr. Myers comes highly rec
ommended and It Is believed that i most
Interesting and Instructive meeting will
be held on tho dates given above. A new
featuro of tho alliance will be tho compe
tition b at least three choirs on the four
part songs, "The Linden Tree," Haupt
man. and "A Spring Song." PlnKiitl. Tho
choirs In training are composed of twenty-four
voices eaeh, from Nicholson, un
der the direction of Mr. L. N. Shields;
HINTS TO CARPET BUYERS.
Tlireo reasons why yon should buy your Carpet from us: First Bo.
cntiso wo carry tho laro-il lluo of Carpata in Scranton docotul Because
everythltiK is of tlio latest dealgus, utid tho quality the best, Third
liecause our prices tiro ulways tlio lowest.
WALl PAPERS-Wentlll have some goods that wo aro soiling at
5 CENTS A ROLL, worth 10 cents.
FURNITURE Upholstered Chairs, Tables and Couches at about one
half tholr regular prices.
J. SCOTT INGLIS.
l'(ictoryvllle. led by Mr. W. N. Manches
ter, and Wavcrly, Dalton and Qlenburn,
ted by Mr. Thomnri Hall. The competition
will occcv nt the Thursday evening con
cert of tho ulllanco and wilt prove an at
Mr. nnd Mrs. OcorRo Bcynon, noted
ulnpors from Wales, spent Sunday at
tlio Davis reiddence, on York avenue.
Rev. L. E. Van Hocsen will contlnuo
liouFckcepInK In the Methodist Episcopal
parsonnpo. His two Hinall children re
turned from Askam laRt evenlnc. where
they have hern living1 since the lcath
of Mrs. Van Hocsen.
Miss Nelllu Judge, of Mill Creek, spent
Sunday with Miss Agnes Gibbons.
W. II. Dick & Co. has purchased the
grocery stock of John Hnstce In the
North End. They will conduct business
at tho old stand.
'Misses Kate Maloncy nnd Anna Mc
Nulty spent Sunday with friends In
Mr. Thomas H. Miller, of Wllkes-Harre,
was a visitor In town yesterday.
Mrs. William Hopgood, of West Pitts
ton, Is tho guest of her sister, Mrs.
N. E. Hosklns.
Mrs. Miles Connell, of the North End,
Is critically 111 of pleuresy.
Messrs. William English and William
Jennings, of Scrantnn, spent Sunday
nmong friends In town.
Dr. W. II. IJergo has purrhascd a
handsome new Concord buggy of A. W.
Gay. of Wyoming.
Tho new lights have been put In ope
ration In the silk mill, and owing to the
elevated locality Is notlccablo through
out all parts of the town.
The milk maids of the International as
sociation whose headquarters are at
Peckvllle, hold their scml-nnnua! conven
tion In the Mooslc auditorium on Satur
day. Delegates from sixteen towns re
sponded. An excellent programme was
rendered, nfter which several Important
topics were discussed. Master Robert
Webber was pianist. A pretty feature
was the milk maids' drill by sixteen
ladles dressed In red nnd white cos
tumes. Tho proceeds, amounting to $2n,
will be donated to the church and par
sonage. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alonzo Ellis, of the North
End, nre .entertaining Mr. Ellis Dunk
ley, of Wyaluslng.
The Primitive Methodist congregation
wns favored by Madame Heynon, one of
the Welsh prize singers on Sunday eve
ning, when she sung nn exquisite solo,
"The Children's Home," accompanied by
Rev. J. Johns, much Interest wns man
ifested in Its rendition by the large con
gregation, who were so unexpectedly
Miss Mary Reynolds, of Scrnnton, was
the guest of Miss Anna Deeble yester
day. Rev. John McCJulnness. of Scranton,
was the guest of Rev. J. Jonea yester
day. BTJNCOERS ABROAD : BEWARE !
It Is tho trick of the Bryanized De
mocracy this fall to make false
charges against Republican methods,
raise a big dust, hire Republican mal
contents to organize Republican bolts
and then coax Individual Republicans
to desert their party on tho represen
tation that "party tics needn't count
for anything In nn off year." By this
trick, if It shall work, the Hryanltes
will get a foothold for a hopeful light
In national campaigns, and make Just
so much more troublo for MeKInley,
the Repi.l llrnn congress nnd the cause
of sound n orey.
You now see through this trick. Are
you going to let it work?
The fair of the Hillside Hose company.
No. 1, is evidently going to bo a grand
success. Tho pationage so far being
beyond the most sanguine expectation.
Saturday night tho William Walker Hose
company, of Mnylleld, visited the fair
and last night the Enterprise Hose com
pany, No. 1, of this borough, attended in
a body. The last two nights, however,
bid fair to eclipse any that havo passed.
Tuesday night being the date set for the
Lawrence band and orchestra to be pres
ent, Mr. Lawrence. Is widely known as
the leader of the famous Lawrence band
and orchestra, of Scranton, and It re
flects credit on tho management ot the
fair that they have provided such a.
splendid musical treat for their patrons.
The band will discourse before and after
the opening, after which the orchestra
will entertain the best part of the eve
ning. Several hose companies from out
of town are expected Tuesday and
Wednesday, and this In connection with
the fact that about $500 worth of articles
are to lie disposed of these evenings will,
no doubt, causo the boys' ability to en
tertain their friends to bo taxed.
Miss Helen Dunnier, of Scranton, spent
Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Dunnlor, of Delawaro street
There Is no school this week, the corps
of Instructors being absent attending tho
county teachers' institute which is in
session at Montrose.
Hon. Phllo Burrltt, of Unlondale, called
on his Forest City friends yesterday.
Thomas G. Watklns has opened n res
taurant nt tho Forest City terminus of
tho Carbondale Traction company's road.
It will bo a great public convenience.
Harry, the -1-year-old son of Mr, and
Mrs. W. H. Reynolds, of Delawaro street,
met with a very severe accident yestetday
noon. While about to descend a flight of
outside stairs ho tripped and fell over tho
slue to tne ground below, a distance ot
about fifteen feet. A ragged gash was
cut on tho right side or his head, but ho
seems to bo otherwise uninjured. It re
quired four stitches to close the'wound.
Dr. William R. Blakesleo was a visitor
In Scranton yesterday.
The ono hundred and thirteenth meet
ing of tho Honesdale District Ministerial
association, opened at Clifford yesterday
and is also In session today. Rev. G. B.
Stone, of tho Forest City Methodist
church, Is in attendance.
Mrs. H. F. Aldrlch was the guest of .Mrs.
William J. Davis, of Scranton, Sunday.
A few days ago Farmer Yarnes, who
lives on the Island farm, at White Oak
lake, near Aldenvllle, Wayne county,
was arrested, charges! with having stolen
a spaniel belonging to John R. Bell, of
Forest City. Ho sold the dog to Thomas
J. Pentecost for $1, stating that It was his
Enterprise Hoso company attended tho
Hillside Fire company's fair In uniform
last night. The fnlr Is proving very suc
cessful and the firemen will net a good
sum as a result. It ends Wednesday even,
Another water plug will bo put In at
tho corner of Hudson nnd South streets.
A number of cases of diphtheria, called
membraneous croui for euphony, have
been reported to the board of health.
There have been several deaths among
small children recently from tho disease.
A POLITICAL POINTER
If you Indorse tho freo trade and free
silver Chicago platform as tho Lacka
wanna Democracy docs, "fully and
without reserve," then work and vota
for Srfiadt, Horn, et. ul. If you be
lieve in MeKInley, protection and pros,
pcrity, turn these agents of Bryan
419 LACKA. AVE
Royal make the food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
ROVl 6'HISO P0DtR en.. M YORK.
Wnll Street Ilnvictv
New York, Oct. 18. For the first tlmo in
several weeks prices of stocks wero nt no
tlmo during the. day below the level of
those prevailing at tho close tho night be
fore. There were occasional slight reac
tions today with no better apparent causo
than synrpathy with Sitgur, which wero
Itself marked by strong advaneo and
was turned backwards nt times only
by profit-taking. Speculation halted
during the morning In expectation
of a decision by tho Supremo court
ut Washington In the Nebraska max
imum freight into case. Although
this decision is expected to be In favor
of the railroad and was looked to to glvo
on upward ' Impetiis to prices, tho an
nouncement that the handing down of tho
decision had been postponed was followed
by a decided Increase In the activity of
the trading, attended by a rise' In prices.
The strength of the Granger stocks and
thu awakened Interest and Improvement
In tho Vanderbllts were very notable.
Tho vigorous upward moveraent of this
powerfully influential group caused a
striking advance throughout the list. A
featuro of tho market was the neglect ot
the Industrial", except Sugar, as com
pared with the recent trading, and even
Sugar shownl a falling off in activity as
tho day progressed, and tho trading In tho
railroad stocks developed greater anima
tion. Furnished by WILLIAM LINN, AL
LEN & CO., stock brokers, .Meats InilM
ing, rooms fO3-70G.
open- High- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. lng.
Am. Tobacco Co .... Sl'.i 817 Sl'i M1
Am. Cot. Oil 22 22 22 22
Am. Sug. R"'g Co ..lSli, ltli UVU H1U
Atch., To. & S. Fe .. W 1IU 13'(, lt'i
A., T. & S. F., Pr .. 2i"t 3Ug 2tl'.t 2V,,
v lies. v Kjllliy il .1" i'8 ia8
Chicago Gas JM4 !UJ, Vi)l U3'a
Chle. & N. W 122, 123 122'i 123j
Chic, B. & Q ;- OlC's W !U4
C. C. C. & St. L .... 311-fe ST. Wi S3
Chic, Mil. & St. P .. 3ia W, 3'.i Wa
Chle., R. I. &. P SO 87 it M i7
IX, L. & W 155 15 155 158
Dist. .t C. F 10-H 10--', 105, 10
Gen. Electric 33 SI'j 33?i 3Vi
Lako Shore 17114 171'j 17114 17114
Louis. & Nash ft! 'a MT8 oft M?
M. K. & Tex., Pr .... St! 35 31 35
Manhattan Elo lOO-li 101 10t4 101
Mo. Pacific 29 30 2ST 30
Nat. Lead 3114 35 31 U 35
N. J. Central 9314 Dili 9J t'lii
N. Y. Central 107'9 10st 10718 10S14
N. Y L. E. & W .... HV,, 1C38 1G 1G
N. Y., S. & W Pr .. 33 35'4 33t 3514
Nor. Pacific, Pr 52 Ws 51" B2'!4
Ont. & West ir, lfl 10 lti
Pacific Mall 32 331s 32 3314
Phil. & Read I'll, 24 21 S4V6
Southern R. R 10 lo'4 10 10'4
Southern R. It., Pr.. 30 31t 30 31?4
Tenn., C. & Iron .... 27 27 27 27
Wabash, Pr 20 21 20 i'114
West. Pnlon S7i SS 87 kS',4
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
Open- HlgTi- Low- Clos
WHE.VT. lng. est. est. lng.
December !)2 92 91 91
May S9'i 89 88 88
December 18!s 1S 1S'4 1S14
May '21 21 20 21
December 2fili 2". 2ft 2C
May 30 30' 29 29
December 4.25 1.37 -I.25 -1.37
December 7.115 7.92 7.5 7.90
Scrnnton Ilonrd of Trade l'xchnnge
Quotntions--Alt (Jiiotntionn Unsed
on I'nr of 100.
Scranton & Plttston Trac. Co. ...
National Boring & Drill's Co. ...
First National Bank 650
Elmhurst .Boulevard Co
Scranton Savings Bank 200
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 Rcplacer Co
Scranton Bedding Co
Dime Dep. & Dts. Bank 145
Lacka. Trust & Safe Dep Co.. 115
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage duo 1920 115
People's Street Railway first
mortgage due 191S 115
Scranton .1 Plttston Trac Co. ...
People's Street Railway. Gen
eral mortgage, due 1921 115
Dickson Manufacturing Co
Lacka. Township School 5
City of Scranton St. Imp. 6
Mt. Vernon Coal Co
Scranton Axle Works
Scranton Traction Co loo
New York Produce itlnrkct.
New York, Oct. IS. Flour Weaker In
tone but not quotably lower. Wheat
Spot weak; No. 2 red. 98c, f. o. b., alloat;
and Retail Shoe House
Buying goods for spot cash cheap and selling them for spot cash cheap and taking advantage of all
discounts, has enabled us to sell all sorts of stylish and durable footwear for less money than shoe merchants
pay by buying direct from the manufacturer. Our constant endeavor has been to purchase and sell only the
best grade shoes and sell them at a lower price than any other house, Our constant growing business will
testify ta our wonderful success.
. ,. . ;ttt . ,0.
iI-fj jiuii .iitrii ti luii iiuuu'M'wi'ii ounre,
onlf-llnod, opor.t toi. worth $1.00 pair;
too pair Men's Calf shoes, worth KM
nnd UM; nt ll.fti and J1.0S.
'i'lO pair Men'H I'ntent Leather Shoen,
worth $5.00; nt JJ.JW.
160 pair Men's 3-nole, ralf. luind-hcwcd
Shoe, nt tl.'M; worth KM.
l.ftio pair Men'H Cohkiihh anil I.tu-n
Blioen, for work and for Htreut iIivks
worth 11.50; at Se,
1.DU0 pair IloyH' Hiliool Hhoen, at (Xm.,
79c, iifc. nnd 1.'.'.1.
Youths' Hlioes, nt mc.. 7:o., nnd tiSc.
IloyH1 hlKh-cut School SIioih, at J1.I3.
Youths' hlBh-eut Hchool Hhoea, at $1.19.
Men's Sllppern, nt 4'Jc.
The above arc only a few of the many bargains. We offer only the best. We are searching the shoe
markets throughout the land and we always buy good, stylish 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. We invite you to call and examine our goods before buying else
where and make our store your headquarters. Remember, there is no trouble to show goods and you will
surely save money by it.
IVIYER D AVIDOW, SffiSut"
307 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
No. 1 northern New York, 95c, f, o. b.i
afloat; No. 2 hatd, 7c., f. o. b afloat;
options opened easy nnd sold nil day In
consequenco of -unsatisfactory cables!
foreign offerings, liberal receipts nnd Im
proved crop news, closing ac. net low
er; No. 2 reel, January, 9la95 15-liic,
closed 94c; May, H0n92c, closed "Jlc.j
October closed 9Jc; November, Ulc;
December, 93n9ntc, closed 93c. Corn
Spot weak; No. 2, 31c f. o, b afloat;
options barely steady, closing c. lower;
-May, 31a3,ic closed 34c.j Novomber,
304c; December, 31a31-?4c., closed 311,c,
Oats-Spot weak; No. 2, 22a224c; No. 3,
22'.4c; No. 2 white, 2514c.; No. 3 white, 23c,
track mixed, western, 2Sa3lc: track while,
25ii31c.; options dull ami weak, closing
14C net lower; October closed 224c; De
cember, 23'ic. Beef Steady. Cut Meats
Dull, Butter uQlet; western creamery,
14c. ; do. factory, 9.11.1c. i Elglns, 23c.; Imi
tation crenmery, lZalGc; state dairy, 12a
19c.; do. creamery, lla23c. Cheese Qulot;
largo white, 9c; small white, 9'ia9c;
largo colored, 9c; small colored, 9i,4n91iC.;
part skims, ii7c.; full skims, 3akr.
Eggs State and Pennsylvania, 10al7c;
western fresh, 17c. Tallow Dull; city,
3 7-16c; country, 3c, nominal. Petro
leum Weak; rcllncd New York, $5.10;
Philadelphia and Baltimore, $3.50; do. in
Philadelphia Provision iMnrkct.
Philadelphia, Oct. 18. Wheat Wag llic
lower; contract grade. October, USVVJic.;
November, Dece-mbcr and January, lumi
nal. Corn Weak and c. lower; No. 2
mixed October and November, SWjnole. 1
December and January, nominal. Oats
Nominal; No. 2 white, October, November,
December and January, 27a27c. Potatoes
Quiet but steady, white, choice, per
bushel, ftMCV. ; elo, fair to good, ,"0a55c. ;
seconds, lSul.x. Flour Unchanged. But
tor Steady; fancy western crcamety, 22e;
do. Pennsylvania prints, 21e ; dei. western
do., 21c. Eggs Steady; fresh, nearby,
18c. :do. western, lGulie'. Cheese Steady.
Reflncel Sugars Unchanged. Cotton c.
lower; middling uplands, 0 7-lc. Tallow
Quiet nnd unchanged. Llvo Poultry
Fowls, 9c; old roosters, fie; spring chick
ens, 7aSc ; ducks, 8a9o. Dressed Poultry
Firmer nnd In better demand; fowls,
choice, S!ia9c; do. ilrsts, good, 71'.;
chickens, large, Italic.; medium d"- So.
9e. ; eomon and scalded, 6aSo. Receipts
Flour, 4,000 barrels, 7,500 socks; wheat,
21,001) bushels; corn, 12,000 bushels; oats,
fil.KM bushels. Shipments Wheat, 119,000
bushels; corn, 21,000 bushels; oats, 17,000
Chicngo Grain .llnrkct.
Chicago, Oct. IS. The leading futures
rangeel as follows; Wheat December,
92aDlu91c; May, KHlaSS'ic Corn-October,
25a24a2ltc; December, 2ii!ia2ti'sa
2'4c. Oats October, ISnlSc. ; December,
18aftSal8!4c; May, 21a20c. Pot It
December, $7.G5a7.90; January, $S.C7',2a8.85.
Lard Dee-ember, $l.25a 1.371s; January, $1.40
h t.524. Ribs December, $.50a4.CO; Janu
ary, $l.55al.05. Cash quotations were as
follows: Flour Quiet; No. 2 spring wheat,
MaSGc-i No. 3, 7!uS7c; No. 2 red, 91a93c;
No. 2 corn, 2la24c. ; No. 2 yclow, 24u
2i?ic; No. 2 oats, 18c. ; No. 2 white, (. o.
b., 22a23c: No. 3 white, f. o. b., 21a22c.j No.
2 rye, 5014c; No. 2 barley, nominal; No.
3, 37c; No. 4, 45a37c; No. 1 flax seed, Jl.Ola
1.05; prime timothy seed, $2.75; pork, $7.S5a
9; lard, $1.35al.37; ribs, $l.50al.S0; should,
ers, 4a5c; sides, 4a5c. ; whisky, $1.22;
sugars, unchanged. Receipts Flour, 10,000
barrels; wheat, PS.OoO bushels; corn, 633,
000 bushels; oats, 413,000 bushels; rye, 12.OJ0
bushels; barley, 117,000 bushels. Ship
mentsFlour, 27.000 barrels; wheat, 13S,WK
bushels; corn, 49'!,000 bushels; oats, fil,0U3
bushels; rye, none; barley, 31,000 bushels,
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Oct. IS. Good cattle firm; com
mon to medium, $4.50a4,10; Blockers and
feeders, $3al.50; Texans, $2.S0a3.80 for
steers; western, $3al.85; choice to fancy
calves, S6.25.iS.75. Sheep $2.50a3 for poor
native up to $2.50a3.40 for best Hocks; west
ern rango sheep, S3.25a4.10; fceeers, $3.25a
3.80; lambs, Sl.57a5.50; feeders, 51.40a4.75;
feeding sheep, $3.60a3.G5. Receipts CatMe,
20,000 head; hogs, 36,W0 head; sheep, 17,000
Knt Liberty Cuttle Market.
East Liberty, Pa., Oct. IS. Cattle Ae
tlve and higher; prime, $1.83a5; common,
$3.25a3.73; bulls, stags and cows, $2a3,G0.
Hogs Steady; prime assorted medium
weights, S4.20a4.2T; best Yorgers, $4.15al.20;
common to fair Yorkers and pigs, tlal.10;
heavy hogs, $l.05a4.15; roughs, $2.75a3.50.
Sheep Higher; choice sheep, $l.20a4.30;
common, $2.75a3.23; choice lambs, $5.20.1
5.50; common to good lambs, $la.".lo; veal
IJiillnlo Live Stock.
East Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 18. Cattle-Active;
Choice steers, S5.10a5.25; medium to
heavy, $4.75a4 90; coarso rough, $lal.U3;
choice heifers, $4.2Ta4.70; fair to good
butchers, $3.50a3.C5; cows, $3.70a4; export
bulls, $3.75a4; oxen, $3.40al."0. Hogs $1.10
u4.13; pigs, $3.25a4.13. Lambs Cholco to
extra, $8.50; sheep choice to selected weth
ers, S.35a4.50; fair to cholco mixed sheep,
$3.65a4.25; culls and common, $2.5033.50;
export hheeip, $3.75a4.50.
Oil City, Pa., Oct. 18. Credit balances,
C5; certificates, no bids; sales, two at 63;
sales on November options, U3; shipments,
1GS.4SS barrels; runs, 16S,Si barrels.
Now York, Oct. IS. Petroleum Penn
sylvania crude, no market; nominal.
N. C. Tiffany Is Improving his residence
by the addition of a bay window.
Justice McKlnncy Is kept very busy
theso days. He has a law suit hooked
for each day this week.
Mrs. E. L. Bacon spent the Sabbath
with friends In Dunmore.
On Saturday last occurred tho marriage
Are much In little; always
ready, efficient, satlsfac-
cure all liver lll. nick head
ache, Jaundice, constipation, etc Price 55 cents.
The 011I7 l'illt to take ith Ilood'i Sarsaparllla.
307 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
tt T) Ki
of Mrs. Eliza Cody, of Nicholson, nnd
Fred Smith, of Lynn, Pa.
Miss Agnes Howell, of Green Ridge,
was tho guest of Mrs. Charles Williams
Tho dry wenther nnd the falling of
autumn leaves have mndo forest fires
quite numerous In these pnrts.
SI He -1 H m.
And rest for tired mothers In a warm bath
with Get ricti HA SoAr.aiulasltiKlo application
of CcTtcunA (ointment), tho great skin cure.
Coticuha RRMF.ntcs afford Instant relief,
and point to a speedy euro of torturing, dis
figuring, hiniilliatlnc Itching, oil ruing, bleed
ing, crusted, scaly skin and scalp humori,
with loss of hair, when all else falls.
Coar.,Hnttl'roi.. notion. ..... .
or- " Uow to Curt Skin-Tortured ll.Wf t, net.
PUT YOURSELF IN OUR PLACE
And you wilt rcnllzo how easy if is to fur
nish your home luxuriously with n trifling
outlay, u little ut u time, and you don't
BARBOUR'S HOME CREOITHOUSE
425 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Manufacturers of the Celabratt
H Hi EH
ioo.ooo Barrels per Annum
FOR SALE BY THE
ATLANTIC REFINING CO
and Retail Shoe House
i nnirc eunrc
- " 1 isj onvL.j
l.SiiO pair Ladles' DoiiRola Ilutton nnd
Laeo Shoes, patent leather vamp, worth
from KM to $3.00; nt $1.13.
750 pair Ladles' Donirnla Ilutton nnd
Laeo Shoes, at $1.29, $1.19, $1.79 nnd $1.9S;
worth $2.50 mill $3.00 pair.
1.000 pair Ladles' $1.50 Shoes, nt JiSc.
Wo also have a larue stock of ladles'
lino liand-turneil shoe, from A to MM, nt
prices $2.00, $3.00 mid $3:50.
Misses' lilgli-ctlt School Shoes, nt 9Sc.
Children's Shoes, nt 39c, 59c. and 70c.
Ladles' Slippers, at 39o.
Mm? W - u Kkl
In U. f
it 1 s 1 1'
All Kinds of Work Done Cheaper
Than Any Other Dentist in the City
Represent tho ltighost standard of oxcollonco at the mini
mum of cost. That's tho easiest and plainest way wo can
put it. Years of oxperienco lias taught us what is best for
sorvico, and a perfect lctiowlcdgo of tho public tasto enables
us to select what is right in styles.
Carpet selling at our storo novor was brisker, and tho
reason for this is simply that wo'vo got what tho people
want. As to figures, thoy'ro misleading on paper, but con
vincing when you got them quoted with tho goods before
you. Givo us a chance on theso linos and wo' 11 cortainly
sell you your Fall Carpets.
Of courso wo'vo got cvory other kind of Floor Cover
ing that yon can think of, and thoy'ro all for sale on tho
low-price- for-good-qualities plan. ..
Behold a Coat
IIICII you may prlo. which over will do.
Itgnt your eyes, e en mien it unt mm
soiled and torn. 'You'll happy ho that you
have worn 11 coat linn is aim iooks ut nico
others sell for twicotho price;
W. J. DAVIS,
213 Wyoming Ave., ffi,.
MADE (VIE A MAN
AJAX TABLETS POSITIVELY CUKE
slLf.Xtrioui 7Jtar-riiUtnj Mem
or?. Impotence, Keelejaetif.eto., caused
hr AtititA nr other xceiues and lndts
cretlons. 21ieu niilclilu anil turtlu
reetore Lot Vltulltr la old or loanir. and
Ctamaaforttudy, ba lnss or marring.
1'reTitnt Insanltr an Consumption If
taknn fa time. Tbeira.s sliows la.medUto ImproTo
mentand effects n CUUC ntere oil other fall In
elat Dpoa Imilnff the cenulns Alnx Tablet!. Thei
hare cured thousand, and nlllcuro jou. w e stra a pos
Itlvo written Kiiarantes to effect a cure C( RTQ ,n
oachcawor refund the money. PrloaOU U lOiper
peckaaei or eU pknes (full treatmentl for fiW. Bj
mall. In plain wrnrrr. upon receipt of price. Circular
'""AJAX REMEDY CO., Vli'i1"iit'"
For sulo In Scranton, r.1.1 by .Mntthewa
Bros, and Morgnn & Co.
Primary. Secondary or Tertiary IlIiOOI)
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
fall to cure.
taken mercury. Iodide potash, and still
have achei and pains, Mucous Patches in
mouth, Sore Throat, Pimples, Copper
Colored Spots, Ulcers oa any part of the
body. Hair or Eyebrows falling, out, it is
WE GUARANTEE TO CURE.
We solicit the most obstinate cases nnd
challenge the world for a case we cannot
cure. This disease has always balfled the
skill of the most eminent physicians.
$500,000 capital behind our unconditio
nal guaranty. Absolute proofs sent sealed
on application, too page book ftnt free.
Address COOK IU2MEDV' CO., 307 &30
nasonlc Temple, cnibAUU. ill.
Far Sale, by JOHN H. PHELPS,
Special Attention Given to BttsN
ncs$ and Personal Accounts.
Liberal Accommodations Ex
tended According to Balances and
3 Per Cent. Interest Allowed on
WM. C0XXELL, President.
HEXItY BKL1N, Jr., Vice Trcs.
WILLIAM II. PECK, Cashier.
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
feet refrigerator manu
T & CONNELL CO.,
434 Lackawanna Ave.
K1C POWDER CO.,
aOOMS I AND 2, COIfl'LTH B'L'B
B1INING AND BLASTING
HADE AT MOOBIC AND ROW.
LAPLIN & RAND POWDER CCS
ORANGE OUN POWDER
r.loctrlc Batteries, Electrlo Exphdors, for or.,
plodlus blasu, Safety lue, aud
Repauno Cbemlcal Co. 's
Whan In doubt what to use for
Nervous Debility. Loss ol rwer,
Impotency, Atrophv. Varicocele and
other wealtnetsci, from any cause,
use Sexine I'llli. Drains checked
and full vigor quickly restored.
If ar.lMt.4. ci tro.tft rcMii r&uiVr.
15.00 orders we pire a cuaraniee to
euro or refund tfia money. Address
PEAL MEDICINE CO., Cleveland, O.
Pharmacist, cor. Wvomlno avenuo and