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THE SORANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 11, 3 897.
Munyon'n Cold Cure cures colds In the
Jitml, colds on the lungs, old cold?, new
colds and obstlimto colds, and nil forms
of grip. Stojw sneezing, discharges fiom
tho nose mid eyes, prevents cutiirrh, diph
theria, pneumonia and all throat mid
lung troubles. Theses pleasant little pel
lets ore absolutely harmless, have saved
thousands, of lives and prevented much
Blckness. Price, 25c,
Improved Homoeopathic Homo Remedy
Company put up a separate: cure for each
disease. At all druggists, mostly 2j cents,
tluldo to Health free.
Personal letters to Professor Munyon,
1B05 Arch street, Phlladlphia, Pa., an
Bwored with fleo medical advlco for uny
Headers will please note that advertUe
ments, orders for job work, and Items tor
publication left at tho establishment or
Shannon & Co., newsdealers, North Main
street, will receive prompt attention; of
fice open from 8 a. m. to 10 p. m.l
PRESBYTERIAN MANSE OPENED.
Itev. nml Mrs. Cluirlcs lice Hecuitc
the .Members of CoiiKrcntioii.
Hew nnd Mis. Charles Lee received
the meinbuis of the congi elation
Tuesduy utternoon and evenlnir to tin
lnfuunal house winning of the Piebby
teilan munse. The lious-e Is complete
In all lespeets and nil speak with en
thusiasm of the ndmlinble urnuitre
inents of the apai tinents. Mr. and
Mis. Lee received their friends. In the
pallor, assisted by a number of ladles
of the congregation. Mrs. Lee is skilled
In wood caiinir and many ai tides of
furnituie in the new dwelling; give evi
dence of her nrtlstlc taste and weie
much udmlted. A pair of curtains
made in Koiea, piesented by Dr. Allen,
a mlsslonaiy, und a foimer classmate
of Mr. Lee, and other beautiful ar
ticles weie much ndmlied.
On the lower floor from the main ves
tibule doors open Into a fcpeclous hall,
and the parlor icceptlon loom, din
ing i oom, pastor s study and closet may
bo leached without passing thiough
other apartments. The reception
loom, 12 feet by 1G, Is on the south side
of the house. On the noith Is a spa
clous pailor and back of this connected
by folding doors Is the study. The re
ception hall, libiaiy and dining looms
have bay windows. On the second lloor
is a sewing loom, thiee huge cham
bers, two bed rooms In the tear with
The committee In chnige of the elec
tion of the building consists of Geoige
Buirell, U. L. Ciane, 13. W. Mills and
J. D. Stocker. These gentlemen de
serve much praise for a building so
beautiful and complete that has cot,t
about $5,500. Uiown & Monis, of
Sctanton, are the aichltects, and C. L.
Bell, of Jermyn, was the builder.
AN EARNEST EVANGELIST.
Kcv. Hdwnrd I'. Wulker, )fl-'S,, Will
Iteinaiii n 1'ew I)ns,.ljinicr.
Evangelist Walker flow conducting
meetings at the Methodist chinch, has
consented to lemaln a few days longer
and the services will continue each day
as usual, lie is consldoiinjr a request
to give evangelistic horvlces at Piomp
ton; urgent appeals have been made
for his sei vices In that locality
Dr. Walker Is an earnest woiker, wil
ling to labor wheiever he Is needed,
lie Is a 1'tesbyteiian; a member of tho
Piesbjleiy ol Indianapolis, and has
held bei vices in netily eveiy stato in
the Union. Dining the bummer months
he is engaged in camp meeting work
His tamlly icslde in Gieencastle, Ind ,
but he is ab&cnt a laige pait of the
NEW ROAD IN PROSPECT.
A Highway Through Tell Township
to forest City.
Bryce It. Blair has been appointed
one of the vieweis for the opening of a
load fiom Itlchmondville, north of this
city, to Foiest City.
The load laid out by the suiveyois
runs thiouEh the Wan on estate, and
Is without heavy grades. The objec
tion Is made to the load that In doss
ing the lallioad leading to the mines at
Itlchmondville, the mine ears would be
gieatly In the way, standing upon the
track. The load could pass aiound,
but this would lequite eiossinga steep
hill, and ha would be a great disad
vantage. The question has been dis
cussed' for some time, but now some de
cision will be made.
Dnugliters of ltcbcknli.
Lucretia lodge, No. 109, Daughters of
Rebekah, enjojed a pleasant gathering
on Tuesday evening. Fle members
weie Initiated. A'lsltors were present
fiom Aldenville, Susquehanna, Jeimyn
and Archbald. Mjj. Phoebe Sklllhoin,
of Scianton, deputy grand master, was
piesent, and pieslded In the ceiemon
les. LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES.
Richard Uily, acting Janitor of No. 1
and 2 schools, was taken 111 yesteiday
and is conlined to Ids home.
Michael McGowan, of Pike street, is
setiously ill at his home.
Mis. Thomas Gilmartin is ill with ty
AVill Isger is sick at Ills home on Riv
Mrs. M. r. O'Meara, of ricmnton, Is
visiting her brother, M. B. Madlgan, on
Miss Maiie Mm dock', of Parkersburg,
West Virginia, who is visiting .Mrs. C.
II. Hones, at the Hotel Anthracite, is
frorlously ill with fever.
A number of South Side young ladles
will give a fan paity at the AVatt build
ing this evening.
MibS Dot Bums, who has been visit-
Wall Paper. . . .
All the latest designs nnd colorings
for the sprint; trade,
our prices the lowest.
J. SCOTT 3NGLIS,
419 LACKS. AVENUZ
ing MIbs Mary Fairclf, of Wyoming
street, has tvtumcil home.
Mibi Amy Klnbuck attended n recep
tion In Honesdale Tuesday evening
Miss Hleanor Jones, who has been th'a
guest of friends In Dunmoie, letiltiied
Mis. 10. K. Mors?, who has been vli
Itlng Mr. and Mrs. Stlllman Hndcock,
tit Hnnc'ock, N. Y for the past week,
has routined home.
Announcement Is made of the com
ing mnnlap-e of Lewis Thomas, of Hel
mont stieet, to Miss Mary Stlnson, of
Lincoln avenue. The event will be celc
biated on Satuidny of this week at the
Haptlst puuonage with tho ltev. T. V.
The Womun's Uellef corps are making
atrangements for a "Fin de Slccle" sup
per, which tliej will give on the evening
of Feb. 22.
A piomenade dance was given last
evening In the Buike building by L. M.
Smith, D. L. Ciane and H. II. Jadwln.
Miss Osterhout, of Dunmoie, Is the
guest of Mls Daisy Jones, of Hlver
Venerable Rev. Daniel Webster Coxe,
Arcbdeacon, Marries Miss Lathrop
Special to tho Scianton Tribune.
Montrose, Pa,, Feb. 10. The marilago
of the Venerable Itev. Daniel AVebster
Coxe, of Alden, Pa., aichdeacon of the
Fcranton aichdeaconr.' of the Cential
Pennsylvania diocese of the Protestant
Lplscopal church, and Miss Florence
M. Lathrop, of this place, occuired at
noon today In the old and quulnt St.
Paul's Bpl.scopal church. The bride Is
u daughter of the late A7.ur Lathrop
and a leprosentntHe of an old and
well known Noitheastern Pennsylvania
Hov. K. A. "Wan Iner, rector of St.
Pauls, oillo.Ia.ted and was assisted by
He Dr. II. L. Jones, of St. Stephen's,
ol Wilkes-Baire. Rt. Rev. X. S. Rull
son, bishop of tiie diocese, woa called to
New York city and could not be pres
ent. ' Ttev. J W. Hurra-, of Plttston;
Tiev. H. J. McHenrv. of Gieit Bend, and
Rev. Fianklln .Marshall, of Forest City,
were among tho clergymen guests.
Mls Lathi op was unattended, save
by her 5-j car-old nelce and namesake,
Floience Courtilght who was (lower
girl. The ushers were John and Wlllet
Munger, Frank Gardner and Geoige
Mack, all from the bride's Sunday school
Rev. James AV. AVaie, of Kingston,
was best man. Miss Lathi op was pie
sented at the altar by her uncle, Dudson
The bilde wore an entrain gown of
heavy white bengallnc. The corsage
was tilmmed profusely with white em
bioideied chtrfon. She woie a fell of
tulle and canted an Ivory bptrhd piayer
book. Neither Uow-er-crr jewels appear
ed In her aUlit"Her little nelce woie
a pink silk tmfck tilmmed with white
mull itirUcS, lace Inseitlon and ribbons,
andslve cairled a basket ol pink loses
Lv.nu ciu iiuiiuus.
The plctuiesque little chuicn was
made doubly atti active by Its lavish
lloral tiltnming of green. Palms and
feinb occupied the space about the font;
I opes of evergieens weie suspended
(rom the massive oak loof-braclngs,
and the chancel w as banked w Ith laurl.
Beneath an aich of the latter maleilal
the ceiemony took place.
The betrothal and introductoiy part
of the set vice was 'conducted by Dr.
Jones, the marriage ceremony proper
being performed by the rector, Mr.AVar
ilner. A pretty sight was presented by
the lloral decorations and the light
sti earning through the stained glass
w indow s In raj s of red and f;nld on the
bildal party und the lien .hltu and
gold altar cloths
A pleasing feature was the organ mif
slc played by Professor Frank Beman,
At the wedding breakfast served at
the home of the bilde's sister, Mrs. J.
S. Couitilght, the guests included only
the bildal paity, the usheis, Dr. Coxe's
fellow cleigvmen and Mr. and Mrs.
D R. Lathrop.
Dr. nnd Mrs. Coxe left during the
ateinoon via the Lehigh Valley rail
road for points which weie not an
nounced. They will be at home at Al
den after Teb. 24.
REPUBLICAN BOROUGH TICKET.
Burgess J. E. AVatklns.
Tax Collector J. D. Jones.
High Constable D. M. Davis.
Audltoi T. ,1. Hughes.
Count II James B. Powell, sr.
I,. Davis, Thomas H. Jenkins,
Hauls, John Ayers, Jr.
School Dlrectoi.s Tallle AAr.
James Mapleson, John Colney.
In all piobablllty the citizens of Tay
lor will now settle down to work. For
the past six weeks they have been
kept excited over the number of cau
i uses which have been lwld Some are
satisfied and some aie dissatisfied. It
would be uttcily Impossible to nominate
a ticket, either Citizen, Democratic or
Republican that would pleuse evjryone.
Taylor usually polls a Republlcuii ma
joilty, and victory next Tuesday Is al
most a certainty.
Mr. Edwaid D. Davis, n well known
and popular young man of this town,
has launched Into the giocery business
at the corner uf Main and Railioad
stier.ts. His establishment will be
known as the Tajlor Cash stoie.
The employes ol the Taylor, Pyne and
ilolden collleiles were paid yesterday
A meeting of the board of trade will
be hi Id this evening to consider propo
sitions lor tho location of two industries
in this boiough.
The remains of Mrs. Michael Mc
Hale were laid to rest In St. Pattlck's
cemetery yesterday morning. The fu
neial took place from the family home
on Hudson stieet ut 10 o clock. A re
quiem mass was celebiated at St. Pat
ilck's chuich, after which the funeral
seimon was preached by Rev. J. M.
May Smith Robbtns, with an excel
lent company, produced "Little
Trlxie," a musical comedy, at the
Father Mathow opera house last even
ing. The play gave unlveisal featisfac
tion. The Adonis club will produce "The
Counterfeiters" at the Father Mathow
opera house tomoirow evening.
1 11II11 iiiniiitorv Klicuuiutism Cured in
, Morton L. Hill, of Ielmnon, Ind,,
says; "My wife had Inllatnatory rheu
matlbm In every muscle and Joint, her
suffeilntr was terrible and her body
and faco was swollen almost beyond
recognition; had been in bed for six
weelts and had eight physicians but
tecelved no benefit, until she tried the
Mystic Cure for Itheumatlsm. It gave
immediate relief and she was able to
walk about In three days. I am suie
It saved her life." Sold by Carl Lorenz,
drufe'glst, Seranton, 418 Lackawanna
It Is n well-known fact that the ue of
HO.M01X5PATHIC MHDK'INHS ko pre
occupies the System that attacks of DIS
EASE are l'KBVHNTBD.
Tho OFFICIAL Statistics of Germany
plove that persons using HOMOEOPA
THIC REMEDIES live on an average of
TWENTY YEAHS LONOEll than thoe
who uce OLD SCHOOL MEDICINES.
Suffercis from Itheumatlsm, Neural
gia, Catarrh, Asthma, Djspepsln, Kidney
Disease, Hardness 6f Hearing, Acute Ca
pillary Hioiichltls, Diseases of the Ee,
Utlnary Disease, Piles, Lumbago, Fe
male Diseases, Coughs, Colds, Qilppe and
Parahsls aio constantly expressing their
heuitfelt gratitude for the miraculous cuio
of these disease.
THURLOW A 8 CURKS NEURALGIA.
Mrs. Saruh Moles, No. K2Z Wushburn
street, Seranton, says: "I was entirely
cured of Neuralgia by one bottle of Thur.
low AS Neuralgia Cure."
THURLOW A 33 CURES DISEASES OF
Mr. AV. L. King, 312 Mulberry stieet,
Seranton, says: "I was suffering with mj
ees, and was under the cale of il resi
dent physician sl months; he dually sent
me to an DYE SPECIALIS'f. I still grew
w-oise. 1 then went under tieatment at
the THURLOW MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
and wus cured In ten days."
If ou send a POSTAL CARD to
3U3 SPRUCE ST., SCHANTON,
n PHYSICIAN will be sent to attend you
until cured, his services will cost you
The Medicines are mostly 2" cents.
EXAMINATION FHEE at the ollicc.
A kerosene oil lamp exploding caused
considerable excitement on Tuesday at
the home of Mr. and Mis. T B. Craw
ford on Second street. The lamp was
discovered all ablaze by the woiklng
girl, Miss Katie Gilbert, who, with the
assistance of Mrs. Crawford, succeed
ed In throwing the lamp out doors. Tho
carpet by this time was on fire, but by
using a rug It was soon extinguished.
Mrs. Crawford hud her hands quite
badly burned. The damage Is veiy
Miss Jennie Battenberg entertained
a number of friends from Carbondale
MIss-JCatle Clifford has returned home
after spending a few weeks visiting
The Delaware and Hudson employes
were made happy yesterday by lecelv
Ing their monthly pay.
Mr. William AVoodmancy has pur
chased the meat maiket next to J. D.
Stocker & Co.'s stoie fiom F. J. AVest
gate, Miss Edith Moon, of Carbondale, vis
ited friends In town yesterday.
Mrs. Hairy Artha Is quite 111 at her
home on. Third street.
The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Her
bert Smith, who died on Tuesday, was
The employes of the Erie, Glenwood
and Keystone collieries w 111 be paid on
A special meeting of the Order of
Loyal Knishts of America will be held
at AVInter's hall on Monday evening,
The high, class entertainment which
was to have been given by Miss Cora
Van Tassel at the opera house last
evening, failed to mateilallze. Dr. Da
vis, proprietor of the opera house, le
ceived a telesiam that Miss Van Tas
sel had been stricken with pneumonia
Messrs. AV. J. De Graw and Charles
S. Hoyt, of Mayfleld, entertained a
number of their irentlemen fi lends at
their bachelor apartments on Tuesday
There will be a meeting with the Lat
ter Day Saints' at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. John Smalleombe this evening.
The annual donation of tho German
Lutheran congregation will be held
next Monday evening In the basement
4 of the church. The annual donations
are always looked forward to with
pleasure and this year It promises to be
as successful as usual. The congrega
tion has made elaboiatei preparations
Michael AValsh, who died In Pltts
ton on Monday, was well known here,
where he lived for many years. He
was a brother-in-law of Peter Glldea,
Mrs. Peter Hughes and Mrs. Michael
Loftus, all of this borough. These and
several other residents of this place
Is caused by torpid liver, which presents diges
tion and pei mlts food to ferment and putrlfy In
the stomach. Then follow dizziness, headache,
Insoniiiu, nervousness, and,
1( not rclleNcd, blliuus fever
or blbod poisoning. Hood's
Pills stimulate tlm stomach,
rouse the liver, cure headache, dizziness, con
stipation, ctu 25 cents. Sold by all druggists,
'the only l'llls to take, with Hood's bjrsaparilla.
1,000 pair Ladies Shoes, sizes 2 4 to
S, at ,. 49c
575 pair Ladies' Hand-sewed Shoes,
worth $2.50, cut to $1.49
350 pair Ladies' - Fine Hand-Sewed
Shoes, button and lace, worth $3.00,
cut to $1.98
A lot of Gray Bros'. $4 Shoes, cut to $2.98
35Q pair Men's Patent Leather aud
Winter Russets, also calf lined
shoes, worth $4 to $5, cut to, $2.48
675 pair Men's Calf Shoes, calf lined,
aud Winter Russet Shoes, were $3,
cut to , . $1.98
Men's $2.00 Shoes cut to $1.39
1,000 pair Boby's Shoes at 14c
MYER DAVIDOW, 307 Lackawanna Ave.
attended the funeral at Plttston yes
terday. Tuesday was pay-day of the Dela
waieand Hudson company In this bor
ough. The wages received for woik
In the month of January Wete ,thc
smallest In many months, the turners
ate not doing much better. The ltick Of
work and wnges Is said to. be due prin
cipally to tho mild cdndltlon of the
Thomas Swift, sr., one of tho-ploneeis
of the botough, Is dangerously 111 at
his home on Hill stieet.
It Is stated from good nuthorlty that
Martin Clock has soldhls home, to
gether will the farm attached, to Call
TIngley, of Hopbottom, and will move
his family In town this spring.
Hurry AVIlliams, of the Kingston
school, made his mother a short Visit
Mumps Is tho prevailing disease Just
now, there being quite a number of
enses In town.
AV. E. Titus will occupy the front of
the noi th room now- occupied by A.
Rundle after Apt II 1.
THE ELECTORAL VOTE.
No Change in the Count as Heretofore
by Large Crowd of Spectators.
AVashlngton, Feb. 10. The 'house
Joined today with the senate In wit
nessing the count of the electoial vote
for piesldent and vice piesldent of the
United States for the term beginning
March 4, 1SU7, and after the announce
ment of the result adjoin ned until to
morrow. Theie was no change In the
vote fiom that expected after the pop
ular election In November had ex
pressed the people's will, and conse
quently no sui prises. The votes of the
several states weie read In turn by the
telleis Senators Lodge, of Massachu
setts, and Blnckbuin, of Kentucky,
nnd RepiesentatUes Grosvenor, of
Ohio, and Richardson, of Tennessee,
and the tesults stated by A'lce President
Stevenson, who presided over the Joint
convention. It was that Mr. McKlnley
Most torturing and disfiguring of Itching,
burning, scal skin and scalp humors is in
stantly reliccd by a warm bath with Cuti
cuka Soai-, a single application of Ciiticuha
(ointment), tho great skin cure, And a full ilose
of CuTicuiiA ltLSQL.VE.Nr, greatest of blood
purinera and humor cuic3, when all clso falls.
mil tlin UMD rimplr Facef.niylllemlihi,
FALLING HAIK CuM by Cui.cuba i.oap.
Removes FrsoMot, Plmplat,
Liver - Molet, BUckhoada,
Sunburn aud Ten, and re
stores tho eUn to its orlgi-
clear and healthy com-Mi
nln.lnn CnYinflnr trt fill tlft -""
preparations and perfectly harmless. At all
timgglsts, or mailed for SOcts. Send lor Circular.
VIOLA SKIN SOAP ' l"plr lMiparblo
tkln purttTiDB Bop, nnoqu&led for the toilet, and without m
rival tor the nursery. Absoluwly para and delicately modi
cated. At draggltti, Prioc 25 Cent.
G. C. BITTNEB & CO., Toledo, O.
For sole by MATTHEWS BROS.
JOHN H. PHELPS, Seranton. Pa.
CitDCRtCD BT THC HlaHT MtCIML AuTXORITItt)
incfiUnunc Thii MBMTunT
iNUALEn will euro you. A
wpnderful boon to Bufferen
from Colda, Sore Throat,
immediate rilitf. An efiicleiit
rcmprlv. ennvenlpnt in earr
In pocket, re&ilT to nse on llrvt Indication of cold.
Continued Ijio KrTects Permanent Cnre.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Prlets
SO ct. Trial frio at Dnwgliits. ItcKlstorcd tnall,
DO corns. H. D. CUSHU1K, Kfr., Tires IUvtra, Hich-.U. 3. i.
MFFJTHni The surest and safest remedy foi
HIC.H I nUL. all sltln diseases, Kciema.ltcU.8alt
Hheum.ntd Sores, Burns, Cuts. Wonderrtil rem
edy for PILES. Price, 25 cts. at Drug- D si p
elsta or by mull prepaid. Address as abore. Dtl n
For nalo by MATTHEWS BROS, and
JOHN II. PHELPS. Seranton. Pa.
Chlcheatrr's English Illamond llrand.
Original and Onlr Genuine. A
oarc, alna), rtlUtle. LaDic aak
Druggist for rMchtitcr FHgluk lm gfK
mond Bran I la Kcd so 1 CcU aietallloVVty
atoxej aealcd w Lb blue ribbon Take Jf
Mnaotlicr. Ktutl dangeroul lu6(r(ru V
-icn, ana tnwaiion, a I iiruggnii. orieaac
la itampi f t tifrttculari eitlmoaUli tad
"Uellef Top lutlk.' in Utter, by retaru
' iiaii. ii'.muu it.iiraoDini, jam, mh.
Ohlali. .trv t.kp, tilol l.fl..UudUaiHnu.i.
mmjj uj au buvai uruggiais. i'qubui
0., w . r. h.-rr, .. ' r.vr,i iir
tlj s lia
1 fc feVj
TODAV nae: will
hnd received 271 votes for president
and Mr. Ilryniv 170; and that Mr. Ho
bart had iccelved 271 votes for Vice
presdent, Mr. Sewall 149 and Mr. AVat
son 27, Tho proceedings were Witnessed
by nn Immense crowd of spectators that
filled nil the gnlleiles, but without the
crush In the building (hat has innrked
pievlous similar occasions.
in the hour prior to the nssemblylng
of the Joint convention the fortifications
and liostolllce appropilatlon bills were
lepoited and placed on the calendar. A
senate bill was passed authorizing the
seveinl courts of appeals to make
tnbles of dues nnd charge, which tho
Supreme court of tho United States
shall mako uniform as nearly as possi
ble. AUSSACIIUSETTS VETERANS.
(cncrnl Clurksou Addresses Attend
nuts nt tho :ilst r.iiciuiipincnt.
Worcester, Mass., Feb. 10. The
thltty-rlrst encnnipnient of the Depnit
ment of Massachusetts, Qtand Army
of the Republic, was held heie today
General T. S. Clarkson, national com
mander, made a s:ili Ited speech which
was wainily received.
George II. Innls, of Boston, was unail
linously endoised as the candidate of
the encampment for national com
mander. John M. Deane, of Fall
River, was unanimously elected de
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED TOURS
MATCHLESS IN l-VtRY FCATUUB.
Toms to CALIFORNIA and the PACI
FIC COAST will leave New York and
1'hlladelphla Feb. 24, stopping' at New Oi
lcans durlnu Mardl Grus festivities, and
allowlns four weeks In California, and
March 27, 1 eturnlnK on regular trains 1th
In nine months. Hound trip rates from all
points on the Pennsylvania Rnljrond sys
tem east of Pittsburg. $330 00 for tour cf
Feb. 24, and $210 00 for tour of Maich 27.
Jacksonville tours, allowing two weeks
In Florida, will leave Now Yolk and Phil
adelphia Feb. 9 and 23, nnd March 9, 1S97.
Rate covering expenses en louto In both
directions, $50 00 from New York, and $4S 00
Tours, each covering a period of three
days, will leave New York and Philadel
phia Feb. 11, March 11, Apill 1 and 22, and
May 13, 1S97.
Rates, Including transportation and two
days' accommodation ut tho best Wash
ington hotels, $14 DO from New Y'ork, and
$11.50 fiom Philadelphia.
POINT COMFORT TOURS
RETURNING DIRECT OR VIA
RICHMOND and WASHINGTON,
leave New York and Philadelphia
March IS and April 15, 1S97.
Tor detailed Itineraries and other Infor
mation, apply at ticket agencies, or ad
dress George W. Boyd, assistant general
passenger agent, Broad street station,
NIJW YOKK HOTELS.
An established hotel under new management
and thoroughly nbrcnBt of tho times Visitors to
New York will find the Eierctt in the very heart
of the shopping district, comenlent to pinccs of
amusement and readily accessible from all parts
if tho city. EOllOPtAN PLAN.
Cor. Sixteenth St and Irving Place,
Roles $3.50 Per u oi upwards
GEO. MURRAY, Proprietor,
The St. Denis
Broadway and Eleventh St., Nrw York.
Opp. Q race Church. European Plan.
Rooms $1.00 a Day nnd UpwardJ.
in a modoit nnd unobtrusive way thora ara
ff w better conducted hotels In tho inotropoila
than the St. Donis.
. Tho ereat popu arlty it baa acrrciroil can
VoiIily bo tracod to Its unique location, ta
UomellUi atiaojpaera, tho peonlir oii-ollaaejj
of ItB cuisluo and ssrvlcu, aad ita vorj- modar
WILLIAM TAYLOR Af.D SON.
WM. M. BATES. !M&&M D- " '" BATES
Big Cut in Rubbers.
Men's Felt Boots and Buckle Overs,
cut to $1.09
Men's Wall's Goodyear Overs, were
75c, cut to 49c
Ladies' Wall's Goodyear Rubbers
cut to 29c
Rubber Boots cut to $1.98 and $2.24
Ladies' Rubber Boots cut to $1.39
Misses' Rubber Boots cut to $1.09
Child's Rubber Boots cut to 98c
The Above prices are good for the
day advertised only.
Celoluntod for Its Krunt loavonlnc strenRth
nml lienlthfulnt'S't. Assures thu foot nRitiust
alLmnnd all forma or ndulloratlon common
to th i cheap br.nuls
lio At. iiakimi 1'ovrnr.n CO., neivoiik.
Mis. Ren Fninhnm, who has been vis
iting triends In tqwn, .leturned to her
home In iio'ibottoin the lust of the
The Shakespeare club met with Miss
Parah Hondley last evening;.
The attendance at the mooting to or
ganli'e a dunolnp; class, last Monday
night, was large enough to wan ant It
AV A. KIttredge and mother, whn have
been on a ten days' visit with relatives
In Massachus"ttf, and Veimont, aie e.
l(.cted home this evening.
Mis. E. Gt-aihmt left the early pait
of this week for p Visit at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Frantz, In Wll-kes-Uane.
Lodge and Corporation Seals,
. Rubber Stamp Inks, All Colors,
Daters, Pads, Pocket CutlBry,
Razors, Strops, Padlocks,
Bicycles and Supplies,
Athletic and Gymnasium Goods,
222 WYOMING AVENUE
B1INIMG, BUSTKIG AND SPORTING
Vtvnufactured at the Waprrallopen Mill,
Luzerne county. Pa., and at Wil
General Agent for tho Wyomins District.
118 WYOMINO AVENUE, Seranton, Pa,
Third National Bank BuHdlae.
THOS. FORD, Plttston. Pa.
JOHN B. SMITH & SON. Plymouth. Pa.
E. W. MULLIGAN. Wllkrs-Earro. Pa.
Agents for tho Itopauno Chemical Com
Oany'6 Ulsh explosives.
WOLF & WENZEL,
531 Linden., Opp. Court ilous:.
PRACTICAL TINNEF.S and PLUMBERS
Solo A cents for RIc-hnrdson Boynton'a
furnaces anil Ranees.
We are not actually GIVING AWAY CARPETS,
but we are selling them at astonishingly low prices,
and you can select from the most complete stock in
Seranton. No odds and ends. NEW GOODS, LAT
EST DESIGNS. MOST ARTISTIC PATTERNS, every
grade and price represented. All goods purchased
now will be STORED FREE OF CHARGE.
Compare our prices and quality and CONSULT
YOUR OWN INTERESTS by making your selectiom
while the present low prices prevail.
Carpets and Draperies.
"TownrH. 408 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
Special Attention Given to Business and Per
Liberal Accommodations Extended According
to Balances and Responsibility.
3 Interest Allowed on Interest Deposits.
411 LACKAWANNA AVD.
FOR THIS WEEK IN
AND LADIES' COATS, CAPE5 AND SUITS.
Such bargains as we offer this week
are worthy of your attention;. It means
line grade goods at about one-third
the cost of manufacture.
The following may give you a little
Idea of some of the bargains :
One small lot of Misses' and
Children's Conts, assorted fj OQ
sizes J) ,UO
An elegant Uouclo Coat,
lmlf silk lined, shield front, '
stylish collar. Season's price, (Til 00
0.00. now .'. 5I.V0
A Fine Curl Persian Cloth
Coat, latest cut. linod
throughout with Rhndimio
silk. Season's prico $10.00, QA QO
An elegant French Cater
pillar Coat, lined throughout
with silk. Sold in tho sea- GK OQ
bou for il5.00, now tJJ.tO
A beautiful assortment of
Kersey Coats, some silk lined
throughout nud some half
lined. Season's price, $8.00 CO 00
and $.10.00, now OS
Z. WE1NGART, Prop'r.
We want all the people
to know what hundreds of
our customers know, that
we have punctured pneu
matic prices, that our
goods are seasonable, that
our prices reasonable, and
that nobody is askedto
take an unsatisfactory
garment from our store.
. J. DAVIS,
213 Wyoming Avenue.
What Sarah Bernhard say.
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