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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNINGS. FEBRUARY 13, 3 897.
1'llOVUSbOR ?. Si. MUNY07V.
Mumon's Improert Homoeopathic Item
cullis act almost Instantly. Spcudlly ctirlrn;
.1... .r... .Kultnta fllHfia
Minn oil's Uhoiimatlsm Cure seldom fnll9
to iellt.o in one 10 inreo uuuii, mm umvo
in a tow (la l'rlce !e.
Mun oil's Dyspepsia Curu positively
ones all forms of lnUlKestion anil stomacli
Munv'on's Cold Cnro pi events pncumonl i
nnd bieaKB up a cold in a tow nonrs. rare,
Munjon's CotiRh Cure stops cotiKhs,
nlKht sweats, allas sonness, and speed
ily lienls tlio lunBS. I'llre, 23 cents.
Mumon's Kidney Curo speedily p"i"J
pains In tln back, loins or Kiolns and all
foims of Kidney disease. 1'rlce, 2"i cents.
Mun oil's Asthma Remedies iellee In 3
minutes and curo peimanently Pike, 1.
Miinyon's Vltalber. ti Bii.it tonic and ro
htorer or vital strength to weak people. ?1.
Piof Muiijon has a sepai.ite cuie roi
each dlsenp. At all druggists, mostly 2
cents u lal.
Peisonal letters to Piof Munjon, I1O1
Aich street, Philadelphia, Pa , answeicd
with free medical adke for any disease.
Readers w 111 please note that advertise
ments orders for Job woik. and Items for
1) ibllcatlon loft at the establishment of
Shannon & Co, newsdealers. North Main
fctreit, will lecelvo prompt attention; of
fice open fiom S a. m. to 10 p. m.
INlimnte of the City Kxiienditures
for the Venr.
A committee of the city councils held
their 111 st meeting on Thuisduy een-
ing to consider the expendltuics foi the
Messis. Swlgeit, Dllts, Smith and
Llnd'-ay weie piesent. The clt eleik
acted as seeiotary, and Mr. Swlgeit
was elected clmliinnn. The head of
each public depattment, excepting the
file depaitment, pi evented lequlsl
The city contioller gave an esti
mate of the city's requliemcnts foi all
puiposes. The estimate teiiulies $4C
091, which exceeds last yeai's expenses
The board of health desire an np
piopilatlon of not less than $1,000
For nn clui-tilc Hie alaim sjbtem,
$0,000 was cleslied. Aftei a good deal
of discussion the committee decided to
recommend the following appiopila
tlons: Mayor, $100; contioller, $1.".0; solici
tor, $100; city engineer, $1,000; jnnitoi,
$180; Insurance, $150; paikb, $100; fuel,
$".00; gab and electilc light, $5,r.OO; sew -eis,
etc, $1,G4S, cleaning stieets, $2,000;
ti cabin or, $700; city cleik. $.',30; eleik
common council, $100; lite chief, $100;
llbiarlan, $100; hydrants, $150, conting
ent $',000; water lent, $1,300, bildgeb,
$1,500; Columbia Hose company, $200,
city stieet imprtnenientb, $1,500, costb
foi liens, $200.
BANQUET AND SOCIAL.
Mill He Held by the Knights of I'mlicr
A committee of Knights of Fathei
Mathew have been appointed to make
nnangements lor the iceeption and
banquet to bo given next month. No
definite aiiangeinents lime been made,
but a meeting will be held next Mondnj
to aiiange details of the entei titin
ment. The mcmbeishlp is so laige that
it may be conbideied best to hae a so
cial gatheilng, but no foiinnl baniiuet
The annual entei talnmeiit ol the
Knights Is anticipated by the filendb
of the bocloty with much pleasuie.
The committee of niiungements con
sists of John Cuiden, D. U Walsh, Pat
llck Kenned, Mnlachl Mannlon, Klch
aid Pin cell, Jobeph Battle, Joseph Pid
geon, M H. Campbell, Jaineb Foxe, W.
S. Collins and P. F. Can oil.
Young Jinn Assaulted.
While passing on the stieet near the
Pisbteilan ehuich on Thuibda even
In,? a oung man named Fiedeilek
Bates, In company with a young lady,
was nidely nddiessed by one of the
tiowd collected there. After borne
woids had passed Bates stiucU the man
and a conflict ensued. Bates was un
foitunate In getting the thumb ot his
left hand In the mouth of his assailant
nnd it was badly injuied befoie the
parties weie separated Dr, Shields at
tended to the wounded hand and cau
teiized the wound.
Krrrption nt Wnlt ISulldiug.
The fan social given on Thursday
evening at the Watt building b a num
ber of young ladles of the South Side,
was attended by over two bundled
young people. It was a success In all
respectn and a most delightful affair
The dancing began at 'J o'clock and
closed at about 2 o'clock. The gland
match was mado about midnight aftei
a shoit inteimlslon. Miss Anna Giady
was accompanist and Joseph Walker
acted as piompter. A number of in
vited guests weie piesent fiom out of
LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES.
William Gislln tetuined to St Mui's
seminuiy at Bnltlmote Thursday.
Mis. John Knse and daughtei, Mll-
died, of Spilng shoot, weie the guebts
ot fi lends in Aiehbald this week.
Miss Minnie Biauer nnd John Rlven
buig called on lrlends In Susquehanna
Mis, William Shener, of Aiehbald
sheet, is HI.
Mis. Richard Lloyd, who has been
Wall Paper. . , .
All the latest designs and colorings
for the sptiiij; trade. We yuaraiuee
our prices the lowest
49 LRCKA. AVENUE.
seriously III for the imst tlueo months,
tit out Thutsduy for tlio Hist tlnio.
Miss Manic Dnloy, of Snnd street, Is
oiiti-t tulnliitr Miss Rose Pi Ice, of Arch
bnlil, Misses jInte Hull nnd Mny Spencer,
of Susquehanna, aie the guests of
friends in town,
Mrs. I!. C. Wheeler, who has been
quite 111, Is Improving'.
Mesduines S. H. Mills, OeotRo Bun
nell and Oscar Moore hold n icceptlon
nt the home of Mis. Mills, on Hlrkett
stieet yesterday afternoon. Miss Jes
sie Moore entertained In the evening.
Miss Mnry J. Walker, of Mnyllekl,
wns the Ruest of the Misses Magpie
nnd Ilnnnnh Kllleen, on Brooklyn
A Tom Thumb wedding being
planned by the pilmniy depaitment of
the riist Piesbyteilau Sundny school
to be given In the nenr future.
Mis. M. F. Ives, of Plymouth, Is vis
iting nt the home of Jumes A. Miller,
10 Dtuminonc avenue.
The mairlnge of Miss Mniy Stlnson
to Iewls Thomas will take place at 10
o'clock this morning at the home of
the groom's pntents, Mi. nnd Mis
John T Thomns, of Simpson. Hev. T.
12, Jopson will ofllclato and only the
immediate relutlves will be pi cent.
After the ceremony an elaborate wed
ding lneakfast will be served. Mr.
and Mis. Thomas will take a slioit
wedding tilp, after which they will be
gin housekeeping at Slmpton.
On Thursday evening a delightful
gatheilng was held at the home of the
Misses Banett, on the public square,
In honor of their guests, Misses Wlllet
and Dempbey, of White Haven, and
Misses I.auia Aselln and Anna May
Banett, of Scianton A number of
young people assembled to honor them
and weie delightfully entei tallied for a
few hotiib. There was vocal and In
stiumental music and dancing and
delicious lofieshments weie served.
The evening was eiy pleasantly spent.
The htay snowfall of yesteiday pte
vented woik at all the mines In this
John A. Foote wns In Scianton es
teidtty. A number of our talented young peo
ple will paitlclpate In an entei taln
meiit at Jet in n on Thmsday evening.
Intel est In the lesult of the election
on Tuesday next Inci eases as the day
draws near, and only now can It be
said that the campaign has begun In
eainebt. Both sides seem sine of win
ning, but the dlblnteiested obbener
cannot help -saying that the piospects
for the success of the Republican tick
et weie never bilghtci than they are
at piesent. Patty lines hne never be
foie been drawn as' clobely as now.
Hetetofore the piactlce has been to
nominate candidates on both tickets
without any rofoience to theli iews
on national oi state aftalis. This eai,
howevei, there aie eldences of a
change In the composition of both tick
ets and neither patty hns gone for
candidates to any gieat extent into the
lankb of the other. The light will be
bquaiely between the Demociatlc and
Republican candidates So fai there
aie no thlid pai ty candidates, and even
if theie should be they cannot mnte-
ilally change the lesult. Theie Is some
talk of a llval for Mi. McDonnell, who
was nominated for tax collector both
b the Demociatlc and the Republican
caucus, but It Is haid to see how ho
can lme even a remote chance of
winning The contest is going on with
vol little personal bltternesb It will
be a fair fight and every good citizen
will hope that the best side will win.
Mis. A. K. Thoipe has returned fiom a
pleabant Islt with fi lends at Moscow.
A. F. Klei left yesteiday to attend
a family teunlon at his patents home
A specltl meeting of the Wilson File
omptii is called tor this evening All
niembeis are lequested to be piesent.
Miss Dulah Tiffany Is visiting her
sistei, Mib. Thomas Solomon, at lei
John Hngllsh contemplates spending
tlie coming Sunday with hi son Jos.'ph,
at the Mnnslleld State Nonnal .school.
Miss Bertha Peck is visiting fi lends In
Rev. Thomas Vaughn, of Heinck C-n-tie,
Is visiting his patents, Mr. and
Mis. Joseph VnttBhn.
Jeiry Swingle lias been visiting
fi lends at Kims.
A Hungaiian by the name of Thomas
Rice left yesterday for New Yoik, and
will fail for Rusbla today.
Sei vices tomonow as tibiial In the
Methodist Ilplscopal church. Pleach
ing by the pastor, Rev. S. C. Simpkins,
at 10 30 a. in. and 7 p. m. Theme fer
moining, "Divine Ownership"; evening,
'The Result ot Cluist's Love In the
Heait". Sunday school at 2 SO; Hp
vvoith League at p. in. All will leceivr
a coulial welcome. ,
Rev. M. L. Thoipe was a visitor at
the Methodist episcopal paisonage on
The following ptogiamme will be ren
deiel at the Valentine social giv en by
the Young People's society of the .Meth
odist Dplscopil ehuich in the lecture
loom next Monda evening: Selection,
Keystone qu.titette; recitation, Miss
Cuitls; selection, ocarina; ic-cltatlon,
Mis. Hoiace Fiear; violin bolo, Di.
Peet, selection, Ke stone quaitette,
leeitatlon, Miss Jessie Steams, song,
It ono Beattys, selection, ocailna.
The funeral sen ices of the late Wil
liam Maynaid weie conducted fiom the
Piesbyteilau ehuich Ft Ida afternoon
and weie laigely attended, notwith
standing the Inclemency of the weath
er. The services weie conducted bv the
Rev L. W. Chinch, assisted by Rev E
H. Riley, of the Methodist chinch The
deceased was ver popular He was a
Delawaie, Lackawanna and Western
engineer, a member of the Masonic oi
dei, also a member of the Hnllstead
Cornet band, and nn honoiary member
of the fire company, all of said oiganl
zatlons, together with the Order of
Railway Conductors, Broth'ethood of
Locomotive Firemen and Biotheihood
of Railway Tialnmen attended the fu
neral. The following acted as pallbeai
eis: S. S. Caipenter, John Tanner,
Thomas Summeiton, L. G. Simmons,
Patilck Coddlngton and J. II. Weldon
Intel inent in Roje Hill cemeteiy.
The coming election Is devoid of In
terest heio and candidates are inact
ive with the exception of John M
Heiry and S. J. Coidner, who aie the
candidates for the ofllce of supet Visor
of the public toads In the Noith Ihid
They aie both making a house to
Fled Vail, of Greenfield, has Just
moved on to the Tiumuu Taylor farm
The fanneis of this place have their
Ice harvest completed.
August Finnz, a young Clerman
vvoi Icing on the daily faun of IZ, U
Taylor, fell from a silo pit, sixteen feet,
striking on a cement lloor. Strange
to say, he was but slightly hurt and
was able to continue with his work.
"The Counterfeiters" was exception
ally well rendeted last evening at the
Father Mathew opera house' by the
Adonis Diunintle compnny ami was ap
preciated by1 a large nudlence. All the
parts were- well sustained. "Ollbeit
Medland" was ably plnyud by Steve
J. livnns. The patts of "Sir Fredetlc
Sydney," by Frunk McLaughlin, and
"Matthew Thotnton," by Frank llof
fron, wore veiy well poitiayed. T. F.
Mellnle sustained the lole of the Jew
w It It much ease and his dialect was
good. "Joe, the Lockman," by Joe
Hylnnd, wns well rendered and W. CI.
Best as "Walter Wynford" acted his
pait In n veiy creditable manner.
Misses Maine Muiphy as "Mib. Med
land," Henrietta Dougherty and Gene
vieve Hylnnd as "Alice" and "Kama
Sydney," did exceedingly well and re
ceived much applause, while little Mol-
lle Hnnnlsck captured all by her clever
acting. The petfoimnnce was given
under the nuspices of the Jolly Bachelor
Regular I'plscopal services w 111 bo
held In Udwnrds' hall tomonow after
noon at 4 o'clock. Sunday school ut 3
o'clock. All are- welcome.
Mis. J, Gllhool, of Caibondnle, Is vis
iting relatives heio.
Mrs. Henty Wnhl, who has been sotl
ously 111, Is slightly improved.
Mr. and Mrs H. B. Matthew son have
tetuined home from Noiwlch, N. Y.
A child of .1. A. Dolphin, of Dunmoie
stieet, Is quite 111.
The ladles of the Presly.teilnn chinch
who reside on Delaware stieet will
hold an entertainment and social In the
chuicli next Tuesday evening. The la
dles of the- ehuich nie famed locally
for their socials.
The Club of '113 ate piopailng for a
seiles of debates to be given In the
Hairy Depew, aged 17 yeais, was
hllghtly Injuied esteiday moinlng
while ut woik ut Eddy Cieek mines.
Mi. John C'aiey is conllned to his homo
Mi. Teal, who has been living at the
home ol his daughtei, Mis. Michael
Muiphy. died un Thuisday aftei u lln
An entertainment will be given In the
Thick ehuich Wednesdu evening, Feb.
24. Admission 15 cents.
Mrs. Hannah Bennett was a visitor
to Plttston on Wednebday.
Mastei Hoiace Dills Is sulfotlng from
nn attack of whooping cough.
Mr. Thomas Dawson has moved his
family Into the house of David Seal.
Mi. Play foi th, of Piovldence, was
visiting at the homo of Joseph Play
foith dining the week.
Mr. William Repp tetuined on Thurs
day evening fiom Hnnisbuig whete he
was uttending the school dliectois' con
etition. The home of Mr. and Mis. John G.
Waid was made meiiy on Wednesday
afternoon bv a nunibei of childien vho
had gatheied to celebrate the tenth
bnthday ot tholi little son, Heibeit.
At fi o'clock stippet was seived to the
Mi. and Mis. T. J. Stew ait tendered
a paity on Thuisdny evening in honor
ot their guest, Mis. Geoigo Breece, of
Ulmlia. The evening was pas ed pleas
antly when ct eleven o'clock lofiesh
ments weie seived. Those in attend
ant were. Mi and Mis. GeoigeHJiake,
Mi nnd Mis Andievv Kenned. Mr.
and Mrs. lwln Broadheatl, Mr. and
Mrs. Geoigo Dinke, jl.; the Misses
Wealhv, Maigaiet and May Bioadhead,
the Mioses Llla, Mildied, Alice and
Hattlo Diake, Miss Maiy O'Hota, Miss
Jennie Drake, William Repp, Mr. Samu
el Biondhead, Jr.
Rev. William G. Yunk Is suffeilng
from a seveie cold.
The oung people of the Methodist
episcopal chinch will give an oyster
supper In the basement of the chinch
on Wednesday evening, Teb. 20 All
aie coidially Invited.
Mis 13 J. Chapman spent a couple
of das with fi lends In Dalton this
J D. Knight gave one of the much
talked of and pleasing social gathet
lngs, a euchie paity Many Invitations
wete extended and those jnesent wete
lefieshed by the usual supply of the
delicacies of the season.
Miss Ll?7le Fince i etui nod to her
studies at Kingston on Tuesday last,
much impioved in health.
Miss Bmma Coon hns just complet
ed a couise In stenogiaphy and type
wiitlng and letumed home this week
An entei tnlnment Is announced to
occur Thmsday and Filduy evenings
of next week, when sixteen oung la
dles will execute two fancy Ut ills, a
bioom Ut 111 and "Le Patapline," a
beautiful parasol di 111 Tull piogtamme
will be announced next week
Our oung people hnve been enjoy
ing the vei excellent skating heie this
Robeit Austin is a suffeter fiom
J S. Wagner has Just completed ex
tensive lmpiovements on his house on
Summit avenue. A near neighbor. Mi.
It is often tlilllcult to convince peo
ple, their blood is impute, until ilread
t n 1 carbuncles, ubsccb-ies, boils, sciof
ulii or salt rlicmu, are painful proof of
the fact. Jt is v isilom now, or when
ever there is anj indication of
blood, to take Hood's Sarsaparilh, and
pi event such eruptions anil suffering.
"I had a drendful carbuuclo abscess,
red, fiery, fierce nnd sore. The doctor at
tended mo over soven weeks. When the
abscess broke, the pains w ero terrible, and
I thought 1 should not llvo through it. I
heard and read so much about Hood's
Sarsaparllla, that I decided to take it, and
my husband, who wns suffering with
boils, took It also. It soon purified our
built mo up and restored my health so
that, although the doctor said I would
not be able to work hard, I have sinco
done the work for B0 people. Hood's Sar
saparllla cured my husband ot the boils,
nnd wo regard it n wonderful medicine."
Mils. Anna PcruitbON, Latimer, Kaunas.
Is tlio Ono True Wood Purifier. All druggists. SI.
HrmH'o Dillc cure liver Ills. iws to Like,
IIOOU S rMllS easy toopeiute. tiSceuts,
ES 0 1
Cyius Newman, lias also acquired the
same spirit and Is remodeling his home.
A social of the Hpworth league vas
held at James Kibble's Inst night, hav
ing been postponed on account of the
euchie part announced above.
Mr. Jackson, of Now York; who has
conducted the cieameiy heio for the
past ten years, has given up his lease.
At a meeting of the stockholder last
Thmsday It was decided to (ill the Ice
house and In case the plant ennnot be
sold or tented, the business will be con
tinued by the company of stockholders.
It Is nnnounced that theie will be a
shooting contest today at Dalton be
tween Nicholson and Sctnntpn Gun
An Intel mediate session of the Lark
awnnnn and Womlng Musical alli
ance will be held In the Unlversnllst
chinch at Flectvllle beginning Tues
day evening, Feb. 16, and ending Fil
day, Feb. 19, with a grand concert,
conducted by A L. Thayer, of this
place. Many of the best local singers
will assist at the conceit.
Llewellyn Shields and family aie ex
pected home today. Mr. , Shields has
completed a coutse In vocal music at
The heaviest snow storm of the sea
son pievnlled heie yesteiday. It was
continuous nil day. At 7 p. m It had
reached n depth of twelve Inches.
Moiton Stephens, who has been very
111 with typhoid fever, Is convalescing.
The Prcsbytetlnn club met as usual
last evening. This club is laigely at
tended. II. 13. Van Meter Is spending some
time with his family.
The social club were entei tallied by
Mis. Bysonbach and Mis. L. Camp
Wednebday evening nt the home of the
foi liter. MKs Bllzabeth Kelfer and Mr.
John Fassett weie the Invited guests
who do not belong to the club.
Miss Lucy Gallagher leaves the Hist
of the week to make an extended vtfalt
Miss Jessie Still devant, of Meshop
pen, Is a guest of Miss Flout White.
Mis. A. B. Buck has tetuined fiom a
tilp to Baltimore Philadelphia and
Floilda. on Wheels was well attended
b all the people of the town esteulay.
Mi. Fied Sampson, who Is studying
nit nt Wyoming seminuiy, Is homo for
a few das.
The election of boiough olllcers takes
place Tuesday next.
The Hi st dancing lesson of the coutse
takes place at Piatt's opeta house Mon
The Hillside Coal and Iron company
paid its employes yesteiday.
The new Ames building Is tapldly
Mr. and Mis. John McLaughlin aie
guests of W. J. McLaughljli, of Ptice
buig. Dr. L. L Spiaguo, of the Wyoming
semlnai y, will occupy the pulpit of the
Methodist episcopal chutch Sunday
S. V. Stockman, of Caibondale, was
in town last evening.
The Maenneichnr held their thiid an
nual masqueiade bull In the opera
house Tuesday evening.
The appiaieis chosen to inventoiy
the stock of Shoe Dealer Matey, whoso
place was visited by lit e about thtee
weeks aco, have failed to agree, and
the place still temains closed.
On Wednesdny evening the Junior
league and Industilal scltool of the
Piesbyteilau ehuich will hold an enter
tainment In the lectuie loom of the
Geoigo . ."Henrc Rewarded foi Hero
ism Displaced Thirt Years Ago.
Washington, Teb. 12 A medal of
honor has been piesented to Oeoige
V Meats, of Kupeit, Pa, late ser
geant of Oomnan A, Sixth Penns!-
Ami rcit for tired mothers in a. warm hath
of Cutiguua (ointment), the great akin cure,
COTicmiA KEMruics afford instant iclief,
nnd point to a speedy curo of torturing, dis
lKuring,hiimlliatliipc,ltchlng,bitrainB,bleed. ing, trusted, scaly sUn and scalp humors,
with loss of halt, when all eUo falU.
aoMthrnurhnuttlw world ronirDiiUO a-cdCiiiii.
Cobh , sole l'rotn , Hoilon
Bff- "Uovr to Cut bkln- Tortured Dablci," free.
qqJ Itatr HfQUtlficd by
We want all the pepple
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 asked to
take an unsatisfactory
garment from our store.
213 Wyoming Avenue.
WOLF & WENZEL,
531 Linden., Opp. Court lions:,
PRACTICAL TINNERS ana PLUMBERS
Sola Agents for ftlcbardson Boynton'a
Furnaces and Hunyea.
Colobintod for Its gront loavenltnr stronuth
nnd honlthftihies. Assures the food nRiiiiHt
nhnn mid all forms of adulteration common
to th: cheap brands
IIOYAt, H.VKIXU fOWni.lt CO., NMV MJItK.
nnla Reserve voltinteets, for most
distinguished gallantly In action at
Gettysbuig, Pn , July 2, 1SG3.
This non-commissioned olTlcef dis
covered a patty of lebel sharpshooters
located In a log house, who weie pout
ing a destttictlve lite Into his regiment,
and at the head of five volunteeis he
gallantly ohaiged upon the house, and
with great heiolsm enptuted the lebels,
some twelve or thliteen In numbei, and
eonveed them back to his leglmcait.
HOW TOJIND OUT.
Fill a bottle or common glass with
mine and let it stnnd twenty-four
horns; a sediment or settling Indicates
a diseased condition of the kidneys.
When mine stnlns linen It Is positive
evidence of kidney tiouble. Too fie
quent desire to uilnate or pain in the
back, Is also convincing pi oof that the
kidneys and bladder nie out of oidei.
WHAT TO DO.
There is comfoit in the knowledge
so often expiesbed, thnt Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp Root, the gieat kidney leinedy
fulfills evety wish In telievlng pain
In the back, kidneys, liver, blnddet
and eveiy pait of the uilnar passages.
It corrects inability to hold mine and
scalding pain In passing it, oi bad
elfect lollow Inj? use of liquor, wine or
beer, and ovei comes that unpleasant
.necessity of being compelled to get up
many times dining the night to uil
nate The mild and the exttnordlnary
effect of Swamp Root Is soon realized
It stands the highest for Its vvondei
ful cutes of the most dlsttesslng cases.
If you need a medicine you should have
the best Sold by diugglsts pi ice fifty
cents and one dollar. For a sample
bottle and pamphlet, both sent flee
by mall, mention Ttlbune and send
your full postolllce address to Dr. Kil
mer & Co , Blnghainton, X. Y. The
pioprietors of this paper guarantee the
genuineness of this offer.
Sets our way, and we mean to keep it so, and are adding fuel
to the fire every day. Today begins
the second week of the
p& HI W II ilP
Every shoe in this immense fine stock must be sold before they can begin making
the inteuded improvements, and this object makes them reckless in the sacrifice of prices.
Below are a few prices to show the cut made on all lines.
Men's Hand-Sewed Kangaroo Shoes. $2.00, were $5.
Ladies' Shoes, English toe, regular $6 Shoes, for $2.50.
Men's Shoes, all $4 grades, for $2.50.
Ladies Shoes, all $4 grades, for $2.50.
All Kahler Last Shoes, Ladies', for $3.00, were $5 find $6.
Men's $1.75 and $3 Shoes cut to $1.25 a pair.
All Ladies' Oxford Ties just One-Half Price.
All Boys', Misses' and Children's Shoes cut in same proportion.
Ladies' Rubber Boots, first quality, $1.25, worth $2.
Misses' Rubber Boots, first quality, $1.00, worth $1.75.
Children's Rubber Boots, first quality, 90c, worth $1.50.
There is no half way business about this sale no lulcewarmuess toward a single
feature of it, but a Genuine Cut Price Sale to euable the new firm to make the necessary
changes. You may not have another chance for 3'ears to buy Footwear at such low prices.
GOR. LACKAWANNA PD WYOMING AVES.
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
Scranton. 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 selections
while the present low prices prevail.
Opp- Mnln Entrance
to Wyoming llouso
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
Special Attention Given to Business and Per
Liberal Accommodations Extended According
to Balances and Responsibility.
3 Interest Allowed on Interest Deposits.
Carpets and Draperies.
408 LACKAWANNA AYENUE.
THE TRIBUNE is now prepared to fill or
ders for composition ou newspapers, books,
pamplilets, or other publications at moder
Address BUSINESS MANAGER.
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