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THE SCIl ANTON TRIBUNE- FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 18i7.
For the Best
Go lo tho moit reliable Lnrgnt tmoitmont
owost prlcei In llnlr ClooiK We make
WIGS, SWITCHES, BANGS,
PUFFS, WAVES, ETC.
Hatlafuctlon Riinrnntced In liiullcV una
uiuUlcnli' Wigs lor atrcot wenr. Wo lmo
I lie lending
Tonics, Bleaches, Rouges
AM: to see tho Mail Hnlr llruih, genuine
Siberian brWtlo ulr cuihloiioit. Children'
llulr Cutting recolNci our special attention.
317 Lackawanna Ave,
Tho boroush council has recently passed
two new ortllrnncps, Ono provides that
constables ami Ijorough rollcemen may
arrest upon sight, without wuiiant, nny
peron Kullty of brench of the peace, a
Krancy, riotous conduct, drunkenness, or
other unlawful net. It ulso pioMdes for
mrett by warrant In caso of lolatlon
of boiouRh ordinances, specifying that In
case of judgment against nn peron by
summnty conlctlon, and In default ot
pajment of line or penalty imposed tho
defendant may bo sentenced to the bor
oURh lock-up for a period not exceeding
IKo dajs or to tho county Jail for a period
not exceeding thirty das No lino or
puialty must eceel 100 for nny slnRio
IoUtlon of tin ordinance. Tho second
ordinance passed provides thai no person
shall rldo a hlcjcle on any sidewalk or
foot path Intended for pedestrians, that
no ono shnll rldo on tho boroush streets
faster than ten miles an hour, that a
liKhtcd lamp shall bo carried between
sunset and sunrise nnd that a bell sl.nll
be attached to tho blcyclo and shall bo
rung to warn pedestrians at all stiect
crossings. Any person Molatlng this or
dinnnco shall bo llablo to arrest and a
lino not exceeding $10 nnd not less than SI.
School will begin at Vandllng on Sep
Tho Vandllng foot ball team will go to
Throop tomorrow to plas the team nt
that place. Some tlmo ago tho Throop
team came to Vandllng nnd lined up
against tho local players, but tho gamo
resulted In a draw
l'rank Hood attended tho state conven
tion of tho Catholic Mutual Benellt as
sociation nt Krie, I'a , this w cek, as a
delegate from tho I'orest City branch ot
Mrs. Trank Hlno and Mrs " William
Watklns are tho guests of friends at
John Reese, of Forest City, will bo ono
of tho contestants In tho one-lnlt mllo
foot race nt Anthracite park, Carbondale,
on Labor Diy
Suit has been commenced against Mrs.
Mary Tarrell by the Tell township school
board to recover $199 75, which amount
the boird pnld for tho treatment: of her
son nt the Warren State hospital Mrs
1'arrell snj.s her son was over 21 je.irs
of age at the time and that she Is not re
sponsible for h's expenses.
The following honorary members have
been taken Into Enterprise Hose com
pany: T c. Manzer, Jimes it. liemmg,
11. T. Aldrlch, Michael Krantz, J. H. Cun
ningham, Benjamin Mnxey, Dr. William
It Wake-dee, William T. Morgan, W. II.
Leek, John McLiughlln, Alfred Davis,
John W. I.arrabee, U W. Taylor nnd Will,
lam J. Mnxey. The burgess, borough
council and the honorary members will
bo Invltod to go to Wllkes-Harro with the
company on October 7 to witness the an
nual parade of tho State Firemen's asso
ciation. On Sunday Ittv. S. C. Logan. D. D , ot
Scianton, will occupy the pulpit of the
1'iesbj tcrian church, both morning and
John McMahon, of Susquehanna, a
prominent Democratic politician of tho
thit count, was a visitor In I'orest city
Nineteen people left here jestorday
morning to ivslt Nlagnra Tails and To
ronto fnir. The will be absent until
Saturday. Among thoso who took tho
trip were the following' Mrs. H r. Al
drlch, Mrs T C Manzer, Mis. O. T
Cnjle, Mis W. J Maej, MIsss Mamn
lludd. Miss V. A Kjatt, Mrs. G K,
Mnxej, Mr. and Mrs W. D. O wens, War
ner lludd and Chailes Dann.
Joseph Whito has resigned his position
vith tho Hillside Coal nnd Iron company.
Ho will enter college at Alleghany, N.
Y about September 10.
A division of the Amerlcnn board, An
cient Order of Hibernians, will be organ
r. 13. Itccd his moved his restaurant
nnd storo from tho opera house building
Into T. C. Manzer's btore room, north of
tho D.nlcs House.
T. P. McCormick Is attending tho con
vention of tho Young Men's Instltuto nt
It. W. Talor, Dr. C K Taj lor nnd
George 13. Taj lor nttended the funeral of
Mrs. Louisa Taj lor at Clark's Summit.
Tho collieries of the Hillside Coal and
Iron company are now being worked on
Mrs. S. L. Vaughn, of Parsons, who
has been visiting her son, H K. Vaughn,
for several weeks has returned home.
A gang of men nro nt work this week
laying new ties under the rails of the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
railroad near tho. depot.
Ground has been broken nnd excava
tion for a cellar Is being mado for a
soou-to-bo erected handsome residence
on Wjomlng uvtnuo for Dr Harp.
'Miss L"sther Davles Is spending this
vwek nt Scranton
Tho publlo fcchools of this town will
orcn on next Mondny with the follow
ing corps of competent Instructors1 Hast
word, principal, Charles Herman, assist
nnt principal, Miss Mary E. Kllngcn
smlth. Tho other teachers nro: Miss Hel
en Hurnett, Miss Mary Lewis, Miss Llda
Mcltlll, Miss riorenco McKee, Miss Cora
Try, Miss Sadlo Stark nnd Miss Hattlo
13. Chambcrlnnd. Tho teachers of tho
West ward nro: Illchard Shelly, Miss
Hllzabcth Wlntersteln, Miss Maud Gib
son nnd Miss Idn Wolf Tho Shoemaker
avenue school will bo taught by William
Spear. The erection of tho two chlm
nejs on the graded school building,
which were Mown down recently by a
l'cnvy wind storm, will bo completed
Work on the new breaker of tho Wyo
ming Lnnd nud Coal company Is pro
Kieshlng very rapidly. A good portion of
the fiamo has nliendy been put up.
Mis. J. W. Morgan Is seriously 111 nt
Ik c home, on Hlghth street.
The Wyoming Hoso company are con
We have the finestline of carpets ever brought to
Scranton, all grades and prices. We also carry a full Hue
of Draperies aud Window Shades that we can save you
money on by purchasing of us. Fancy Chairs in Upholstery,
Willow aud Rattan at about one-half the prices others are
asking for thetn. .For cheap Stands and Tables see our
window display. Remember we are closing out our Wall
Paper stock at less than half price.
J. SCOTT INGLIS. 419 LACKA. AVE.
templating tho holding of mi labornto
entertainment about tho 21t ot this
Frank Kurovoshyo, employed as fire
man nt tho Mount Lookout colliery, sus
tained sevcro and painful Injuries this
week by n scald received by tho burst
ing of n steam plpo.
A Bpcclal rehearsal of tho Monument
Glee club will bo held in Music hall on
Sunday afternoon nt 2 o'clock. Tho club
has received Invitations to furnish se
lections nt the Wyoming Hose company's
ct'tertalnmcnt on tho 21st, nnd they havo
nlso been Invited to sing nt .an enter
tainment to bo given by Company C, of
I'lttstou, on tho UA. Tho club will bo
instructed tills winter as It was last by
13. J. Howell.
Tho members of tho Ladles Old society
of tho llnptlst church aro formulating
plnns for u Hurvcst Homo supper, to no
held in tho church In tho near future.
Tho Junior lciguo of tho Methodist
Episcopal church picnicked nt Lake WI
nola last Wednesday.
Mrs. TherHa Snovcr nnd son, Ralph, of
West Scranton, nro spending a few days
in this city.
Miss Thetn Andrews, of Qlenburn, spent
Wulncsdny with her friend, Mrs. A, A.
11 row n.
At tho Unptlst pnrsonage last Wednes
day nt high noon Rev. M. J. Watklns
united In mnrrlngo Mr. Elmer W. Rob
erts, of I'eckvllle, nnd Miss Ola Ken
nedy, of ricetvllle, Pa. Mr. Roberts Is
a well-known business man of Peck
ille, and tho brldo was formerly n
student hero nnd well known In society
circles, sho being a graduate of music at
Kcjstono nondemy claBS of '97. Mr, nnd
Mrs. Roberts left for a ten days' tour,
taking In Now York cltj and other points
of Interest. They will reside In Pcck
vlllc. Attorney Trod R. Stnrk was In town
Dr. E. T. Whcaton Is ill nt his homo
with catarrhal fever.
About two hundred peoplo nsscmblcd
nt Kejstono academy last Monday after
noon to witness tho Installation of Prin
cipal Elkhaua Hull)' ns permanent
principal. Owing to tho absence of some
of tho speakers their numbers on tho
progrnmmo were filled with substitutes.
Tho following programme was carried
out. Pra)er, by Rev. J. L Williams, of
Forest City; music; notification by Dr.
D. A. Cnpwell, of Scranton, president
of the board of trustees; nddress, by
Rev. Elkhana Hully; "A Trlend in
Need, Is a Friend Indeed," by Rev. A.
Bergen Urowe, of Wnverly. Rev. Urowo
principally occupied tho time In rcaslng
n testimonial nnd was successful to tho
extent of $W, nnd several of tho com
mltteo on tho nbovo yet to be heard
from. Tho progrnmmo was concluded by
tho closing prayer, by Rev. Hully.
Robert Lane, tho young man who wan
dered nway from his father's home on
tho mountain near Dixon, In a demented
condition Fomo dnjs. ago, has not yet
been found, according to last reports.
Searching parties nro scouring the coun
try night nnd day In search of him.
Mrs. A. A. Brown left jestcrday for
a ten da)s' stay at Ocean Grove.
Our town was well represented In tho
Electric City )esterday. Among tho vis
itors wo noticed wero Mr. and Mrs. Sam
uel Oaklej', Mlno Hosto D. L Howell,
James Smith, Jeweler E L Watklns,
Professor Hull)', James Smalley, A. A.
Rrown, John Reed, Henry Whltlock, E.
F. Hartmnn and Albert Cobb.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Horaco Seaimns and Mr.
nnd Sirs Ed. Seamans attended tho
Ulnghamton fnir yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs V. R. Gardner, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Frank Gnrdner, Mrs. D, D. Gard
ner and Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Bedell, of
St. Paul, Minn, were nil guests of Mr.
nnd Mis N. A. Gardner nt their Wood
Holm cottage, Lake Wlnola, last Tues
day Mr nnd Mrs W. 13 Cobb spent last
Sundaj with friends nnd relatives here.
'I ho cool nights of Into are causing sev
en! of our Lako residents to return to
their city llro sides.
Tho Ladles' Catholic Benevolent as
sociation and Catholic Mutual Benefit
association societies of Luzerne county
will hold a reunion at Mountain paik
Saturday, September 18.
W. C. Roland, of Seranton, was a vis
itor In town on Wednesday evening.
The funeral of Mrs. John .Malloy, of
Durjen, who was killed near Ta)lor on
r'uctdny afternoon, will take place this
morning. A requiem mass will be cele
brated In St. Mary's church at 10 o'clock.
Inte'iinent will be mado In St. Marj's
Mrs Hook, mother of Augustus Hook,
ot School street, Is critically HI at her
home In Mootic.
Mr. John Ncary represented the Catho
lic Mutual Btnellt association society of
this town nt the Erie convention this
Miss Gertrudo Dnlvg, of Jerm)n, is vis
iting friends In town.
Tho Sarsllcld Social club will conduct
its weekly boclal at Sarsileld hall this
evening. At the last gathering it was an
nounced that girls under 16 jears of ago
would not be allowed In tho hall. We
hope tho members will strictly enrorce
tho order and In tho estimation of many
people It would be wiser to exclude them
until the nge of IS jenrs.
Joseph McPhcrson. lnggagcmaster at
tho Delawaio and Hudson station, will
leivo today to accept a position as oper
ator at tho Cork Lithe station for the
same company. His successor has not
yet been named.
William Patterson, tho Mooslo baker,
while.- drhlng along Main street on Wed
nesday mnining, collided with an elec
tric car which was running at a high rate
of speed. Tho fender wns badly smashed
together with tho wagon. One of the
horses was somewhat mulsed. Mr. Pat
teison escaped by Jumping.
Mrs. John Splcer, of Scranton, is tno
giiest of Mt. and Mrs. James Gilhoolj-.
James Allen has nccepted a position as
mlno foreman at tho Twin shaft, Pitts
ton. Ho will rcmovo his family there
about October 1.
A very pretty ceremony was solem
nized nt high noon )estcrday at tho
homo of Mr. and Mrs. William Mucklow,
of Du Pont, when Maud, their accom
plished daughter, was united In marriage
to Georgo Arnot, son of Mr. nnd Mrs.
David Ax not, of Plttston Only tho Im
mediate friends of tho contracting par
ties wero present Rev F P. Doty, of
Scranton, ndmlnlsteicd tho vows that
united tho joung couplo under a mas
slvo lloral bell, Miss Elizabeth Greene,
of Mooslc, played tho wedding march.
After a sumptuous repast, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Arnot left for New York and Atlantic
City. They will reside In West Plttston.
Mr. Arnot Is ono of the trusted employes
of Patterson's plaining mill
Mr and Mrs Cornelius Osborne and
family nro visiting friends in Townnda.
Mr. John Scanlon Is expected homo
from Montnnn this evening. He left hero
several weeks ago for tho purposo of
securing employment there, but was
obliged to return on account of falling
Mr. and Mrs James McMurray, of Phil
adelphia hao returned home after sev
eral days' visit at tho resldenco of Mr.
and Mrs. D C, Morton.
V'UHVOUH TIKWIIMN; ALL KINDS
1 (Uied with Animal IWtrnets Tree boak
tells how WAHIUMIION CIII3M1UAL CO.,
Washington, U.C. I'orsnlo by Matthews Jlros.
Wnll Stroot Review.
Now York, Sept. 2. Tho character of
today's Btock markot wns very similar
to that of yesterday, Individual stocks
being rushed to a high level to stimulate
and sustain the market, whllo realizing
was effected in other parts of tho list.
Total sales, CH.532.
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN, AL
LEN & CO., stock brokers, Mcars build
ing, rooms 705-700.
Open- High- Low- Clos
ing, eat. est. Ing.
Am. Tobacco Co .... 93'J 95 Ul'i 91
Am. Cot. Oil 2JU 2T4 25A 'Mb
Am. Sug. He's Co ..IWli 157V4 JSSy 107
Atch., To. & S. Fo .. IV i 15k 1314 1314
A., T. & S. F Pr .. 33', 21 a 'MM
Can. Southern 63'i 60 C3i fiVX,
Chea. & Ohio UO'fc 2Ci 254 aS
Can. Southern 103s 105 103 101
Chic. &. N. W 12JV4 Ul'A 12214 Vrtb
Chic, II. & 97'4 9S14 97! 93
C. C. C. & St. L .... 37'i 404 374 3U
Chic, Mil. & St. P .. 9I4 Jffi'i 91H 95'i
Chic, R. I. & P 914 9214 90'J, 91
Dclawaro & Hud ...119'4 11914 1191,4 11914
D., L. & W 1C0'4 1G014 300 1U)
Dlst. & C. ! H14 Ilk 1114 14ii
Gen. Electric 3314 3914 3S14 3S
Lako Shoro 177 177 377 177
Louis. Sc Nash Cl C2 01 614
M. K. & Tex., Pr .. 3fliJ 3014 3314 33
Manhattan Elo 1W, 10o 103 10bl4
Mo. Pnclllo 3S 19 J& SS
Nnt. Lead 3Sk 3S" 3S iH
N J. Central 9i4 Dfi 9o!4 9
N. Y. Central 10SH 11014 IOS'4 110
N. Y., L. E. & W .. 17 17 17k 17k
N. Y., S. & W IS 1SU IS 13
N. Y., S. & W., Pr.. 39- 39 J9 3914
Nor. Pacific IVh 18 17 17
Ont. & West 17'i 18k - 17 17
Omaha 79 Sl 7SU 79k
Pnclllc Mali 3fik 3i 3 38
Phil d Read 20 27k 20 27k
Southern R R lPf, 11 l 11
Southern R. R,. Pr.. 30 36k 33 33
Tenn , C. & Iron .... 32k 32 31 32k
Texas Pacific 14k 14 14k 14
Union Pacific 17 17 17 17k
Wabash 8 b S 8
Wabash, Pr 22k 22k 2.' 1.2k
West. Union 94k 94 94 94
W. L 2 3 2 3
U S. Leather 10k 10k 9 &
U. S Leather, Pr.... 71k 71k 70 70
U. S. Rubber 18 18 1S 18
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
Open- High- Low- Clos-
WHEAT. Ing. est. est. Ing.
December 9" 9fik 91 91k
May 93 90 91 91
December 2o 21 20 20k
May 23 21 23k 2-1
December 33k 33 32 32
May 37 37 31 30
December COO 5 03 4 93 4 93
December 912 9.12 8 97 9 02
Scrnnton Itonrd of Trndc Exchnngc
(Juolntions'-All Quotations Ilnscd
on Par of 100.
STOCKS. Bid. Asked.
Scranton H. Plttston Trac. Co
Natlonnl Boring & Drill's Co
First Natlonnl Bank
Elmhifrst Boulevard Co
Scranton Savlrgs Bank
Scranton Packing Co
Lacka Iron and Steel Co
Third National Bank
Throop Novelty M'f'g Co
Scranton Traction Co
Scranton Axle Works
Weston Mill Co
Alexander Car Replaccr Co
Scranton Bedding Co
Dime Dep. & Dls. Bank 113
Lncka. Trust & Safe Dep Co.. 143
Colliery Engineer 100
Scranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgage due 1920 115
People's Street Railway first
mortgago due 1918 115
Scranton & Pittton Trac Co. ...
People's Street Railwny, Gen
eral mortgage, elue 1921 115
Dickson Manufacturing Co
Lacka. Township School 57o
City of Scranton St. Imp. CrJ
Mt. Vernon Coal Co
Scrnnton Axle Works
Scranton Traction Co 100
New York Produce .Hnrltct.
New- York, isi'pt. 2i Flour btrongly
held and moderately active; city mill pat
ents, $0 20afl40; do. clears, J3.30a5C3, win
ter patents, 3 33n5 03; o. straights, $4 83a
5 10; do extras, J3 50a3 90; do. low grades,
$3 35a3G0 Rye Flour rirm; fancy, $3 40a
3 73. Wheat Sport llrm; No 2 red, J1.02J4,
f. o. b, afloat; No. 1 northern New York,
$1 03k. f. o b , nllont; options onened
strong on higher cables, pood long ac
count bujlng nnd less favorable crop
news, advanced above tho dollar mark
for December, but finally broke badly un
der heavy realizing nnd closed only a
lc. higher, No. 2 red, cloted 99kc; De
cember, 9Sc n$1.00, closed 9Sc Corn
Spot llrm, No. 2, 3e.c. elevator; 37-ic
afloat; options opened stronger on higher
cables and bullish crop news, but weak
ened In tho afternoon under active real
izing; September, 30a37c, closed 30c;
October. 37c , closed 37c; November closed
37c; December, 3Sa39c, closed 3c.
Oats Spot steady; No. 2 24c; No 3. 2JUc;
No 2 white, 25kc; No. 3 do, 21ka21c;
track white, 23a3.'c; track mixed, western,
23ka23c; options quiet but llrm, later
easing off with corn snd closing c. net
lower; September, closed 23c; October
closed 24c ; December, 2314niJke., closed
23c Beef Film. Cut Meats Steady;
pickled bellies, 7kaSkc; do. shoulders,5a
Dkc; do hams, 8ka8c. Butter Quiet;
western creamery, 12alSc ; do. factory, 8a
12c; Elglns ISalSkc ; Imitation creamery,
10al3c; state dairy, 10al7c; do. creamery,
12alSc Cheese Quiet; largo white, 9kc;
smnll white. 9kc; part skims, Gka7c; full
skims, 3ka4c Eggs Dull; state and
Pennsvhanla, 17alSic ; wlcstern frcjh,
16c. Tallow Quiet; city, 3kc; countiy,
3a3kc. Petroleum Quiet; united clos;d
l'hllndolpliin Provision .Mnrkct.
Philadelphia, Sept. 2. Wheat Firm and
lc. higher; contiact grade, September,
$1 00, December, nominal Corn Firm and
kc higher; No, 2 mixed, September, 33V a
Tic ; October, 41c ; December, nominal.
Oatt Steady, No. white, September, Oc-
Are gaining favor rapidly,
Business men and trai
lers carry them in vest
pocketi, Udlei carry them
In punes, houielieeperi keep them in medicine
cloteti, friends rtcommcud them to friends. 2bc,
Mccormick & co.,
STOCKS, GRAIN AND COTTON
New York Stock Exchange,
Philadelphia Stock Exchange,
New York Produce Exchange,
New York Cotton Exchange,
Chicago Board of Trade.
Rooms 305 and 306 Board of Trade
Building. Telephone No. 4252,
T. N. RUTTHK, Manager.
tober and Noovmbcr, IfiaMo. Butter Un
chntiRcdj fancy western creamery, do.
Pennsylvania and do. western prints, 19c.
Eggs Firm; fresh, 15c ! do, western, 15c
Cheese Firm. Iteftned Sugars t)u
changed. TallowSteady; eltv prime,
3'ic: country, 3!lc; cakes, 3'ic llvo
Poultry Unchanged; fowls, yjSe.i old
roosters, 7c; spring cl Ickcns, 9aloc ;
tlucta, RaSkc Dresed Poultry Steady;
fowls, choice, 10c.; scalded, 10c.
Chicago (irnln .llnrkpt.
Chicago, Sept. 2 Tho leading futures
ranged as follows: Wheal 93u97c; De
cember, new, 9lkci May, 98n91TsC. Corn
September, 31ku31c; December, 3Jka
32kc; .May, 3Gka36c. Oats September,
lDkalOc; December, 21a20'c; May, 2J'ia
23kc iMcs Pork Septemter, $8.S0; closed
fn 80; December, 916a9.02k I.ard-Sep-tember,
$4 83a4 83: Octebcr, Jl 9'al.S7k; De
cember, J3 03n4 93. Short lllbs Septem
ber, J5S0A5.7O; October, $3S0if.70. Flour
Firm; No. 2 spring wheat, M.aWkc; No. i
do, 92n9lc: No. 2 reel, 93a9ic; No. 2 corn
nnd No. 2 )cllow corn, SJii31c.; No. 2
oats, 19kc; No. 2 white, f. o. i . 23a23kc;
No. 4 white, f, o. b, 21a22kc; No. 2 rye,
61kc.; No. 2 barley, nominal; No. 3, Slka
32kc; No. 4, f o. b, 32c; No. 1 flax seed,
Jl.01kal.0l; prime timothy seed, $2.75; mess
pork, $3 90a8 93; lard, Jl 93; short ribs, sides,
J3 63a5B3; dry satlcd shoulders BkaJiic;
short clear sides, fikafikc: whisky. Jl 22;
sugars, unchnnged. Receipts Flour, 8,
000 barrels; wheat, 273.000 buihels; corn,
99,000 bushels; oats, 3S3.000 buhels; r)e,
18,000 bushels; barley, 20,000 bushcK Ship
mentsFlour, 7,000 barrels; wheat, 153,000
bushels: corn, 1,010,000 bushels; oats, 530,
000 bushels; rye, none; barley, 0,000 bush
els. IJnirnlo Mvp Stock.
East Buffalo, Sept. 2.-Cattle Very
slow. Hogs-Suow for all grades; ork
crs, good to choice, Jl C3a4.70; roughs, com
mon to good, J3 75al, good to choice, J4 fcoa
4 70 Sheep and Lambi Fairly actUe;
lambs, good to extra choice, J3a5 85; culls
to fair, Jl 23aS 50, sheep, choice to selected
wethers, Jl 50a4.TP, culls and common,
5IIs Hopo Northrop will teach school
at Watcrport, N. Y tills fall.
Mrs. Chaso nnd daughter, Leslie, of
Wilkes-Uarre, nro lsltlng Mr. and Mrs.
T. B. Grenllle,
John W. Young Is spending a few days
at tho homo of T. O. Walters.
Mrs. W. a. Graham Usltcd In Wllkcs
Barro over Sunday.
Tho Barham Clothing company have
moed Into tho building next to Hotel
Graham, Mr. Phillips having moved his
bazaar into the new Sickler block.
Mrs. Power Redflcld died nt tho homo
of her daughter, Mrs. John Stcmplcs, on
Monday morning. Had she lived until
November sho would hno been 84. Tho
funeral was held esterday afternoon nt
3 o'clock. i
The last danco nt the Eako Wlnola
house for this season will be held on Sat
Professor William M. Wood nnd Miss
Besslo Wlntcrmute wero married on
Wednesday afternoon nt tho home of tho
bride. They left on tho .afternoon train
On Monday nfternoon considerable ex
citement was caused by a mad cow,
which dashed through the streets. Tho
animal ran down Bridge street until It
camo to the railroad tracks and then
took a direct lino for tho depot. The
nfternoon express hnd Just urrlved and
the platform wns crowded with people.
This, however, did not hinder tho cow
from making Its way down tho platform.
Women screamed nnd D. W. Stark was
struck by tho nnlmal nnd knocked somo
distance. Engineer James Deubler uc
ceeded In capturing the cow, which had
a ropo around Its neck. Had not the
cow been hornless serious Injury would
probably hae resulted.
On Wednesday and Thursday. Sept. 8
nnd 9, tho Susquehanna Association of
Unlersallsts will meet in tho Brookljn
church. A programme will bo prepared.
S. L. Tiffany, Secretary.
Mrs. Hashcroft "Is there too much
seasoning In tho turkey, 5Ir. Billings?"
Billings "No; I should say there is
too llttlo turkey." Indianapolis Journal.
And rest for tired mothers In a warm bath
of Coticuiu. (ointment), tho great skin euro.
Cuticura Remedies afford Instant rolief,
and point to a speedy euro of torturing, dls-flgurinK.hmnlllatlttB.itchlng.burning.bleed-lug,
crusted, scaly Bkln and scalp humors,
with loss of hair, when all elso fails.
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Coil-, KoUl'rupi. notion ,
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Cheapest Shoe Uonss
UR LOW PRICES in all sorts of Footwear set the town talking, has made com
petitors cry "going out of business," aud we are doing the shoe business of Scran
ton today. Every day is a bargain day every day a busy day. Our goods are
all of the best makes aud will bear inspection, and we ask you to compare them
with other shoe stores aud you will find that you can save from 40 to 50 per
cent, by buying from us.
Men's russet Calf $2 00 shoes nt OSc.
Men's elt calf shoes, 11 sizes, worth
J3 00, nt J1.S9.
Men's ruHsct lcl $100 shoes, newest
toes, all sizes and widths, nt $193.
Men's flno canvas welt $100 shoes
Men's russet oxfords, worth $2 00, at
b9c.; sizes 0, 6&, 7 nnd 7J.
Lades' rufcset shoes nt SOc. and $1.19,
wero $2 00 nnd $3.00.
fJGCall early and avoid the rush. Remember, there is no trouble to show goods
aud you will surely save money by it.
Philadelphia Lawn Mowers
Best ill 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
fect refrigerator mauu
434 Lackawanna Ave.
THE MURRAY HILL
MURRAY HILL PARK,
The best located aud best
furnished hotel ou the St.
Lawreuce river. Accommo
dations for 300 guests.
Opens June 25th, I897.
F. R. WHITE, Prop.
302 rirst Avenue, ASIUJHY 1'AItK, N. J.
Near the Bench and Promenade.
All conveniences and comforts for per
manent and transient guests, excellent
table, tho bf-st beds, and most approved
For particulars, etc., address
Q. W. MATTHEWS,
Owner and Manager.
SPRING HOUSE, Hearl Lake, Pa.
U E. Crofut, Prop.
Strictly temperance, newly remodeled
and furrlshed. Flno groves, largo lawn,
dancing pavilion, croquet grounds, etc.
Bicycle boat, sail boats, 15 row boats,
fishing tackle, etc., free to guets. Take
D.. L. & W. via Alford Station. Wrlta
1001 POWDER CO..
StOOBS I AND 2, COM'LTHBTrfl,
MINING AND BLASTING
UADD AT MOOBIC AND
IAFLIN ft RAND POWDER CSS
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Batteries, Kloctrlc Exnl idors, for Jt
plodlug blasts, hafoty Fus'i, and
Repauno Chemical Co.'s ExpI.obivns.
For Sale by Hill & Conned, Protheroe &
Co. and A. E. Strong.
Today and Tomorrow,
307 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
acknowledged cheapest shoe house i:i scranton
Albany Dentist Association
DR. DILL i SON. -
LACKAWANNA TRUST -SAFE
DEPOSIT COIF ANY.
404 Lackawanna Avenin,
WH. T. SMITH, Pres.
HENRY J. ANDERSON, Yice-Pres.
JOHN W. FOWLER, Trcas.
Deposit Accounts of Corpora
tions, Merchant-,, Firms nnd Indl
viilunls Solicited. Three Per Cent.
Interest Pnld on Savings Deposits.
This Company Acts as Trustee,
Executor, Administrator, Guar
dian, Etc., Under Appointments
by the Courts, Corporations or
213 L4CKAWANN) AVENUE.
Has full and complete stock
of all the latest up-to-date
Belts, Waist Sats,
Rogers' Silv3r -Plated Ware,
Stcrlini Silver Spoons,
at the very lowest
possible prices at
213 Lackawanna Avenue.
Cures Indigestion nnd llnrlches the
Wood. I'rlio inc: 'J for Sl.OO.
It. U. WIIiMAMH,
305 I'rnnMln Ae., beiuntoa, Pa.
9 Cheapest Shoe House
BIG CUT IN OXFORD TIES.
1,200 pairs ladles' flno doncola and rus
set Oxfords nil sizes, 2 to 8, and width
A to in:, rcRiilar prices $2 00 and $3.00, at
OSc. and $1.23.
Misses' shoes at COc. and 70c.
Children's shoes nt 12Hc. and 30c.
Men's sllppern only 49c. Ladles' slip
pers only 37'Jc.
A few pairs men's shoes at SOc.
A few pairs ladles' shoes at SOc.
a ci tn o
FIRST NATIONAL BUNK
A MAN'S MAKE-UP
MAY BB nslnconjfruou ni anything im
" iiRlnnble. It Is not noceisary for him.
to enrry n fun nnd wenrnn oercont. Ho can
ko to utmost nny rcndj-mnilo store anduet
mi outfit thnt will make hltn quite ns ro
mnrknblc, Hnd ho come to our establish
ment ho could hae had n suit for nbout tho,
name price, perfect in st le, lit nnd tlnlsu and,
W. J. DAVIS,
213 Wyoming Ave., Zz.
224 LACKA, AVE.
Choice of any $1.00, $125,
$U0 or $2.
To Close Out
Special Attention Given to BitsU
ncss nnd Personal Accounts.
Liberal Accommodations Ex
tended According to Dalauccs and
3 Per Cent. Interest Allowed on
WJI. CONNELL, President.
lIBMlYBKLIN.Jr., Vice Pres.
WILLIAM II. PECK, Cashier.
"(lift uniinitlltinjl UiJj,iL."-'
JU 11 U Jl uu u
4 nil I l i.1 i ' ' ' tV
305 Lacka. Ave.