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THE SORANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER II, 3897.
For the Best
Go to tho moit reliable. I.argMt nnort tuont
owest prices In llnlr Goods. Wo wnko
WIGS, SWITCHES, BANGS,
PUFFS, WAVES, ETC,
Bntlnfuctlon Kimrnntccil In I.ndlcV nnil
mid Gents' Wigs for itrcot wear. Wo have
Tonics, Bleaches, Rouges
Ask to see the Ideal Hair llru.ih, genuine
Klbcrlau brlstlo air cushioned. Children's
Jlalr Cutting reoelvos our special uttontlon.
317 Lackawanna Ave,
NO HALTING IN THE
' ADVANCE OF TRADE
Business Continues to drew Belter la
COLD DAY FOR BEAR QAMBLERS
II., meets on
George meets this
The Sons of St,
The St. Aloyslus society will meet
Miss Acnes Mornhnn Is visiting
friends in Jermyn.
Mrs. P. J. Holland and son Theodore
left on Thursday for St. Louis, where
she will ,1oln her husband, who has
lieen a resident of that town during the
past several months.
Misses Kate and Sadie Hale are so
journing at Crystal lake.
Mr. William Jennlncs has returned
homo from Hnrvev's lake, where he
has been engaged as clerk at tho Lake
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Dempsoy and
niece left on Thursday for their homo
in Omaha, after a pleasant trip to the
oast. Mr. Dempsey's childhood days
were spent In this town, hut during tho
liast seventeen years he has been em
ployed as detective near his western
Tho residence of Cond.v Bonner, of
Hill street, was entirely destroyed by
lire on Wednesday evening, together
with all the household furniture. The
fire originated from an overturned lamp
In tho upstairs. There was uut sngni
Mrs. C. Druffner Is visiting friends
Messrs. Owen ttuane and P. J. Hop
kins left this week to resume their stu
dies In St. Michael's college, Toronto.
There will be a handicap game of
alloy ball In the rear of tho Valley
Hotel this afternon for a purse of 10.
Entrance fee, 25 cents.
A pleasant gathering of young folks
nssembled at the home of Miss Kettle
Pruffnor last evenlnsr. The merry
group was augmented by a trolley
party from Plttston. The evening was
pleasantly spent In games and various
amusements. Itefreshments were served
by Misses Druffner and Cannon. A
female orchestra from Plttston accom
panied the imrty and rendered some
choice music during the evening.
Misses Mary Gallagher and Mary
Duffy, of the South Side, were visitors
at the Garvey residence this week.
The Marcy public schools will open
Mrs. D. n. George, of Laflln, spent
yesterday with friends in town.
It wns a very pretty wedding which
occurred at R o'clock Wednesday even
ing nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.
L. Bacon, when their daughter, Gene
vieve, was united in marriage to Frank
A. Hakcr. The double parlors were
quite well tilled with relatives and
friends, when the bridal couple took
thrlr places, unannounced by music,
and unattended, beneath the arch sep
arating the rooms, which were decorat
ed In white and green. A basket, laden
with choice flowers hung over their
heads, suspended from the center, nnd
ns tho Kev. F. E. Adams pronounced
the benediction at the close of the ser
vice, the basket, as if by magic, releas
ed Its burden of (lowers, which fell In
profusion over the bridal pair. After
many congratulations light refresh
ments were served, and at an early hour
the guests took their departure. The
lirldo and groom are at Lake Klchol
non for a short time with Dr. and Mrs.
II. K. Wllklns.
Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Tiffany. Mr. and
Mrs. V. L. Smith and C. T. Smith' have
gone to camp a short time on the Sus
quehanna, near Laarange. where they
hop- to lure many black lass to their
A. L. Titus, of Binghamton, spent
Friday with his KIcholson friends.
Clifton Colvln, of Seranton, was call
ing on old acquaintances here Friday.
Susanna Williams, who has been vis
iting friends in Luzerne, Susquehanna
nnd Wyoming counties, for several
weeks pnst, returned today to her home
In Kldgewny. Pa.
The Salvation Army will hold services
In the Opera house Suncluy at i o'clock.
A Sternly Increase in Production, in
Working Force nnd in the Power ol
tho People to Purclinsc Aro 1'lniis
ing Features oftlio ltovlvnl of llusl-ncss.-Wlicnt
Continues to Advnnco
on rt Substnntlul Unsis.
Kew York, Sept. 10. It. G. Dun &
Co.'s weekly review of trade In Its Issue
tomorrow will say:
There is no hnltlne in the advance.
Business grows better In nil ways, for
while Its speculative end breaks con
spicuous gamblers for a decline, a
steady Increase in production, in work
ing force and in the power of the peo
ple to purchase, Is the feature which
overshadows all others. Beports of
Kew York trade unions show an in
crease since one year ago of 34 per
cent. In the number of men at work,
and a similar increase among men m
like position throughout the country
would exceed 340,000, while every week
pads many establishments to the ac
tive list. The coal miners' strike has
disclosed such facts, and brought to
light such differences, that work will
probably very soon resume by a large
share of the men. The farmers are
helped by higher prices for wheat, and
while western receipts do not show that
they have marketed a tenth of their
crop, assurance of handsome profits to
come prepares them' to buy liberally
hereafter. Because of this and the in
crease of hands nt work, dealers
throughout the country have started
to replenish stocks, which is the great
force at present operating manufac
tures and trade, though distribution by
retail trade has greatly Increased.
A gain of 12 per cent. In one month
in the output of pig iron, from 165,378
tons Aug. 1 to ISo.BOG Sept. 1, with
knowledge that half a dozen other fur
naces are preparing to resume, nnd
that unsold stocks have been reduced
14,400 tons weekly In August, indicat
ing a consumption of about 190,000 tons
more than explains the moderate nd
vance in prices of finished products,
averaging but six per cent, since tho
lowest. point, Aug. 12.
DEMAKD FOU WHEAT.
Wheat has risen five cents the past
v eek, not in a Hurry, but In nnswer to
the dally Increasing foreign demand.
Though reports of the crop now almost
wholly out of danger indicate a yield
nevei surpassed but once, foreign ac
counts still strengthen the belief that
the deficiency abroad will be about
100,000,000 bushels more than usual and
meanwhile reports indicate that less
corn than was expected will bo avail
able for export. Its nr'co has risen
about of a cent. While wheat re
ceipts at Chicago have been break
ing records, receipts at all western
ports aro for the week a little below
last year's, but Atlantic exports, 9,778,
138 bushels, Hour Included, against 4,
70,755 last year for two weeks, with
1,579.771 bushels corn, against 3,570,
701 list year, Indicate a foreign de
fard apparently limited at present
only by ship room.
Slnoo the small corner in August, cot
ton has relapsed to 1' cents, no tu
mors affecting prices much. Korthern
mills are consuming very largely, with
a continuing demand for goods, which
has advanced the prices of many.
With enormous speculative sales of
vool, which appear to constitute most
cf the market at Huston, there Is also
more buying there nnd elsewhere by
the woolen mills, which are enjoying
an extraordinary demand for tr.iods at
prices averaging not ten per cent, high
er than were paid early in the year.
The average advance for the week In
?curlties has been $1,12 per shore for
'allroads and 79 ccms for trusts.
Failure for the week have lnen 215
In the United States, against 315 lust
Royal mikes the food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
AOVU SAKINO POWDER CO., fttw VOSK.
another decline, which left the mnrket
in a dropping condition, Influenced by
realizing efforts and lack of the usual
AFFAIRS OF WILLARD & CO.
A., T. & S. V Pr .. 35
Can. South 5714
Olies. & Ohio
Chicago Gas 105
Chic., & N. W 126-K
Ohio., II. & Q soy.
C. C. C. & Ht. L ... 40 41
Chte., Jill. & St. P ..101 101i
Chic., K. I. &. V
Liabilities ol tho Firm Much Larger
Tlinn Wns nt First Supposed.
Kew York, Sept. 10. Reports were
current in Wall street that the liabi
lities of J. R. Wlllard & Co., the brok
ers, are much larger than was at first
supposed. It was learned, from what
seems to be a reliable source that one
client of the firm, a man who Is weal
thy nnd well known In tho city, lost
about $300,000. This man has placed
his claim In the hands of his lawyers,
who are now taking steps to protect
his Interest. It Is Intimated that they
may Institute criminal proceedings.
A telegram from Chicago to a Wall
street concern today stated that J. II.
Wlllard says that the capital of the
firm was supplied by the Dwlgglns
brothers, and that he was guaranteed
a salary for the use of his name, but
had no other Interest in the business.
J. R. Wlllard was suspended from
consolidated exchange today.
James L. Starbuck, the assignee, de
clined to see either the creditors or
other callers. He sent out word that
he had no information to give, as ho
had not yet succeeded In getting tho
books of the firm in such shape ns
to know the condition of affairs.
Delaware &. Hud ...118i ISO
D., I & W 15914 '160
Dlst. & C. V 13T4 Hi
Gen. Electric 33 39
Lako Shoro 173 173
Louis. & Nash 2',i C2',4
M. K. & Tex., in .. 30 SSVi
Manhattan Elo 108 113
Mo. Pacific 33 39',4
Nat. Lead 43'i 41
N. J. Central W OS',1
N. Y. Central 112
N. Y L.K. & XV ... 18
N. Y., 8. & W lSi,4
N. Y., S. & W.. Pr .. 39
Ont. & West
Phil. & Rood ,
Southern It. R ....
Southern It. R., Pr
Tcnn., C. ft Iron .,
U. S. Leather
U. S. Leather, Pr
35 31 35
B8V4 07 58
M 23 25
105 101 105
12S 1215 123
101 99 100
91 95 '
2fic: trftck mixed, western, !5a2Gc.j track
white, 26a32c.; options dull but steady
with spot closing unchanged to c net
advance: September closed 23c.j October
closed 25c.! December closed 20c Beef
Firm. Cut Meats Quiet; ulckled bellies,
7aSc; do. shoulders, 5c; do. hams,
8aSe. Hutter Culot; wrstcrn cream
ery, 12al8c.i do. factory, Salle.' jjlglns,
18c: Imitation creamery, 19al3c; atnro
dalrjv 10al6c.J do. creamery, 12al8fl.
Cheese Steady; largo white, 9c, small
do., 9c.i largo colored, 9c; small do.,
9c: part skims, 6a7c: full tlslms, 3a4c.
F.pgs Quiet i stato and Pennsylvania. 17
nISc.j western fresh, 16c. Tallow Dull;
city. 3a3c.: country, 3a3c, oa to
quality. Petroleum Quiet.
U. S. Rubber 19 19
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
Open- High- Low- Clos
WHEAT. lng. est. est. Ing.
99 97 93
98 90 97
21 21 21
21 23 21
33 33 33
SflTs 36 30
4.82 4.70 4.73
SOLVING AN OCEAN MYSTERY.
WHEAT STILL SOARING.
The vcri'scope production of the Cor-bett-Fltzslmmons
fight was witnessed
nt Davis' Opera house Thursday even
ing, by about four hundred people.
Those who had seen the pictures In oth
er places say that the presentation
vnj up to the average. The pictures
were excellent reproductions of the
scenes at tho big contest In Curson
City, but nt times were rather indis
tinct cither on nccount of lack of light
or some fnult in the working of the
Georgu H. Grltman, of Wallsvllle, wns
In town yesterday looking for n team
of horses that had been stolen from
him. His son attended a party at Floet
vlllo nnd left tho team In the church
sheds. When he returned they wore
gone. One was a dark bay and th
other a dappled brown. He has not yet
found any clue of the thief.
Mr. and Mrs. XV. J. Gilchrist, of Lake
Como, visited friends and relatives here
Foreign Rumors Cnusn Fluctuations
'Flint Stimulate Speculation.
Chicago, Sept. 10. September wheat
sold at a dollar today. December came
within of that figure at one time, but
declined before the close to 9S, an ad
vance of c. since yesterday. Septem
ber closed at 98, strong foreign mar
kets, seaboard engagements and ru
mors of a reduction In the French
wheat tariff, were the bullish features,
tho reaction being caused by realizing
Wheat was In good demand at tho
start, about ',4c. Improvement only as
closing prices for December and one
cent for September. For a surprising
defunct deal, September exhibited a
surprising degree of activity nnd
climbed up to $1 within a moment or
two of the opening, when the price was
99. December was decidedly erratic.
From 98 to 9S to begin with, it rose
to 9S54, turned around and went back
again to 98. Then it dropped to 97
nnd rose from that In a gradual way
to 97. From the latter point to 99
was the work of about twenty minutes
and those fluctuations were nil within
the first two hours of tho session.
The rally wns caused primarily by
an advance of 1 2-3 cent in the price nt
Liverpool nt the opening.
New York, Sept. 10. Wheat pursued
an erratic course today, finally wind
ing up nt ac. net uecllne. There
were two periods of decided strength
during which December touched $1.03,
or within 1 of the highest point of the
year. The first occurred at the opening
and was based on foreign buying, to
gether with a firmer set of cables. On
a subsequent sharp decllno local trad
ers accumulated a good-sized short In
terest, which was, later run in by a
rumor that the French duty was about
to be reduced. Following this riso was
Hull of n Hark Located Which Caused
n Deep ScnTrngcdv.
Victoria, B. C, Sept. 10. By the
wrecking operations of tho Whltelaw
another mystery of the ocean has to
all appearances been solved by the dis
covery, off the coast of Vancouver Is
land, of the hull of a bark which in all
probability ran into and sent to the
bottom the steamship Pacific, with
all but three of three hundred and odd
persons on board In a dark night In
the later part of 1875, a short distance
below Cape Flattery.
Ko trace of the crew or any evidence
on which to base a theory as .to tho
identity of the unfortunate craft was
ever discovered until today, when Cap
tain Whltelaw, with his salvage out
fit from SanFrancIsco, Cal., In seek
ing to locate another wreck In that
neighborhood, discovered the complete
hull of what Is now supposed to be
the bark which caused the loss of the
Pacific. The vessel's name has been
made out as the Osprey, and the bows
give evidence of having been in a col
lision. THE MARKETS.
Wnll Street Review.
New York, Sept. 10. Today's market
was strong almost without variation but
in an Irregular degrco In different parts
of tho list. Realizing sales nt one time,
depressed tho avcrago price a fraction
below last night's close, tho extreme not
decllno being shown by Louisville, ; New
Jersey Central ?., Missouri Pacific , and
Northern Pacific, preferred, . In addi
tion there were some sharp declines from
tho best before the close. Tho net gains
for tho day all through the list are tho
more notablo In view of these facts. Thero
was llttlo news of a special character be
yond what was confirmatory of tacts al
ready known. Total sales wcro 020,000
Furnished by WILLIAM LINN, AL
LEN & CO., stock brokers, Mcars build
ing, rooms 705-706.
Open- High- Low- Clos
Ing. est. est. Ing.
Am. Tobacco Co .... 93 91 93 93
Am. Sug. Ro'g Co ..151 153 153 151
Atch., To. & S. Fo .. 10 16 16 16
Scrnnton Board of Trndo Uxchnngo
Quotntions--All Quotations Based
on Pur of 100.
STOCKS. Bid. Asked.
Seranton & Plttston Trac. Co. ...
National Boring & DrlU'g Co. ...
Kirst National Bank 650
Elmhurst Boulevard Co
Seranton Savings Bank 200
Seranton Packing Co
Lauka. Iron and Steel Co
Third National Hank 350
Throop Novelty M'f'g Co
Seranton Traction Co 15
Seranton Axle Works
Weston Mill Co
Alexander Car Replacor Co
Seranton Bedding Co
Dlmo Dcp. & Dls. Bank 143
Lacka. Trust & Safe Deo Co.. 143
Colliery Engineer 100
Seranton Pass. Railway, first
mortgago duo 1920
People's Street Railway first
mortgago duo I'JIS
Seranton & Plttston Trac Co.
People's Street Railway, Gen
eral mortgage, due 1921
Dickson Manufacturlnc Co ...
Lacka. Township School 5
City ot Seranton St. Imp. C
Mt. Vernon Coal Co
Seranton Axle Works
Seranton Traction Co 100
Chicago Crnln Mnrket.
Chicago, Sept. 10. Tho leading futures
ranged as follows! Wheat September,
99aSSc: December, 9SnSSc.i May, 9Sa
97c. Corn September, 31a31c: Decem
ber, 33a33e.: May, 36a36c Oats
September, 19a20c: December, 21a21c:
May, 2la2lc. Pork-October, $S.53a8.42;
December, $8.70a8.47. Lard October,
$i.75at.G7: December. ll.S2Jtai.7S. Ribs
September, $5.32: October. J5.45n5.32J4.
Flour Firm, prices 15c. higher: No. 2
spring wheat, 98a99Jtc.: No. 3 do., 93a99c,;
No. 2 red, 99c.a$1.00: No. 2 corn and No. 2
yellow, 31c: No. 2 oats, SOaZOJtc.; No. 2
white, f. o. b 22Jtc; No. 3 white, f. o. b.,
21a22c: No. 2 rye, Clc.: No. 2 barley,
nominal; No. 3, f. o. b, 33a4Sc; No. 4, r. o.
b., 2Sa36c: No. 1 nax seed, $l.OIV4al.07;
timothy seed, J2.60; pork, J8.45a8.50: lard,
$4.67J4: short ribs, 5.23aG.50; dry salted
shoulders, GJ4a5c.: short clear sides, 5
a5c: whisky, $1.22: sugars, unchanged.
Receipts Flour, 8,000 barrels: wheat, 172,-
000 bushels; corn, 781,000 bushels; oats, 427,
000 bushels; rye, 8,000 bushels; barley, 40,
000 bushels. Shipments Flour, 5,000 bar
rels; wheat, 29,000 bushels; corn, 623,000
bushels; oats, 369,000 bushels; rye, none;
barley, 8,000 bushels.
Albany Dentist Association
New York Live Stock.
New York, Sept. 10. Beeves QuIet;Na
tlve steers, $l.25a3.10; half breeds, $I.10a
4.40; stags and oxen, $3a4.55; bulls, $2.50a
3.03; dry cows. 2a3.l,0. Calvps Quiet,
steady; veals, $3a8; grassers and butter
milks, $3.75a4.25; western calves, $5. Sheep
and Lambs Aotivo but hardly stronger;
sheep, $3a4.40; lambs, $3a0.10. Hogs High
er at $1.55a4.85.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Sept. 10. Cattle $l.GOa5.30; com
mon stockers, $3; prime feeders, J4.GOa4.CO;
prlmo calves, $6.40a6.63; Texas cattle, $3.83
a4.10. Hogs Active at $la4.25; pigs, $2.60a
4.33. Sheep Aotivo at $3.50a3.75; western,
$3.10a3.83; lambs, $l.75a5.25. Receipts Cat
tle, 4,000 head; hogs, 17,000 head; sheep,
Itiilfhlo Live Stock.
Eaat Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 10. Cattle
Slow and unchanged. Hogs Fairly ac
tive; Yorkers, good to extra, $1.50; roughs,
common to good, $3.C3a3.90; pigs, good to
choice, $4a4.33. Sheep and Lambs Ac
tive and stronger; lambs, choice to extra,
$3aG.S5; culls nnd common, $4a5; sheep,
choice to selected wethers, $1.4Oa4.0O; culls
and common, $2.50a3.75.
Philadelphia Provision Mnrket.
Philadelphia, Sept. 10. Wheat-Dull and
weak; contract grade, September, $1.01a
1.02; October, November and December,
nominal. Corn Firm and c. higher; No.
2 mixed, September, 36Jia3GJ4c; October,
November and December, nomnlal. Oats
Firm, J4c. higher; No. 2 white, Septem
ber, October, November and December, 26
a27c. Butter Quiet, but steady; fancy
western creamery, do. Pennsylvania
prints and do. western prints, 17c. Eggs
Firm; fresh, nearby, 17c; do. western,
KJic Cheese Steady. Refined Sugars-
Firm and In gxod demand; at 9.30 a. m.,
No. 6 of tho soft grades advanced l-16c.
while No. 4 was withdrawn. Cotton Un
changed. Tallow Firm and higher; city
prlmo In hogsheads, 3c; country prlmo
in barrels, 3c; dark, do., 3c; cakes, 3c;
grease, 2o3e. Live Poultry Firm, fair
demand; fowls, 10c; old roosters, 7c;
spring chickens, 94'lc; ducks, 9c Dressed
Poultry Firm, good demand; fowls,
choice, Uc: broilers, lorge, llal3c: do.
small and scalded. 9al0c Receipts Flour,
3,500 barrels, 11,000 sacks; wheat. 29,000
bushels; corn, 232,000 bushels; oats, 19,000
bushels. Shipments Wheat, 117,000 bush
els; corn, 156,000 bushels; oats, 19,000 bushels.
New York Produce .Hnrket.
New York, Sept. 10. Flour Quiet but
firm at a slight advanco; Minnesota pat
ent, $.".50a6,10; do. bakers, $4.50a4.73; winter
straights, $4.90a5.15. Wheat Spot quiet;
No. 2 red, $1.0614. f. o. b., afloat; No. 2
hard, $1.05 delivered; options opened
strong, weakened under realizing, rallied
on reported reduction of French duty but
declined and closed weak in consequence
of disappointing export demand at aC
net loss; No. 2 red. May, $1.00al.02,
closed $1.00; September, $1.03 15-lCal.05.
closed $1.01; October. $l.fl3al.04, closed
$1.0314; December, $1.01 7-16al.03. closed
$1.01. Corn Spot easy: No. 2, 3Cc. ele
vator; 3714c. afloat; options opened firm
with wheat but weakened under Improved
crop news and closed nt c. decline; Sen
tcmbcr, 36a36c, closed 36c; October
closed 27c; December, 36a39c, closed
3?c Oats Spot firm: No. 2, 25c; NOo. 3,
2U4c; Ko. 2 white, 20c: No. 3 white, 20a
East Liberty Cattle Market.
East Liberty, Pa., Sept. 10-Oattle
Steady; prime, $5a5.10; common, $3.40ao.70;
common to good fat oxen, $2a4. Hogs-
Steady; prime light Yorkers and pigs,
$4.43a4.50; best medium, $4.45a4.GO; grass
ers and stubblcrs, $1.25a4.35; heavy, $4.30a
4.40; roughs, $2.75a3.73. Sheep Steady;
choice, $126.96.36.199; common, $2.50a3.40;
cholco lambs, $3.20a5.50; common to good
lambs, $4a5.10; veal calves, $6.50a7.2o.
DR, HILL & SON, - FIRST
SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY,
404 Lackawanna Avenue,
WH. T. SMITH, Pros.
HENRY J. ANDERSON, Ylce-Pres.
JOHN W. FOWLER, Treas.
Deposit Accounts ot Corpora
tions, Merchants, Firms and Indi
viduals Solicited. Three Per Cent.
Interest Paid on Savings Deposits.
This Company Acts as Trustee,
Hxccutor, Administrator, Guar
dian, Etc., Under Appointments
by tlie Courts, Corporations or
1U LACKA, AVE.
New York, Sept. 10. Petroleum Penn
sylvania, crude, no market; nominally at
Oil City, Pa., Sept. 10. Credit balances,
CD cents; certificates, no bids; shipments,
101,200 barrels; runs, 107,709 barrels.
Induced by the uso of coca, oplato or nar
cotic compounds Is bad, decidedly bad.
They undermine health and shatter the
constitution and the patient is steadily
growing into a worse condition otten
resulting in tho terriblo slavery nnd
misery of the cocaine and opiurh habit.
Sleep induced by tho use of Hood's Sarsa
parilla does not perhaps come as quickly,
but it comes more surely and more per
manently through nature's great restor
ing and rejuvenating channel purified,
vitalized and enriched blood. This feeds
the nerves with life-giving energy and
builds up tho system and constitution
from the very foundation of all health
and life the blood pure, rich, red blood.
Is the One True Blood Purifier. Alldruggists. $1.
w,l r!ii curollverllls.easytotake,
nOOCl S PUIS easy to operate. 25cenU.
A. I ROGERS'
213 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Has full and complete stock
of all tlie latest up-to-date
Belts, Waist Sets,
Rogers' Silvar -Plated Ware,
Sterling Silver Spoons,
at tlie very lowest
possible prices at
213 Lackawanna Avenue.
Choice of any $1.00, $1.25,
To Close Out
A MAN'S MAKE-UP
Cheapest Sboe House
307 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
Cheapest Shoe House
EXTRA HELP AND EXTRA BARGAINS TODAY, SATORDAY
We are going to make the greatest shoe selling excitement ever
made in this city today. We are buying from manufacturers, in need ot
ready money, throughout the land thousands of dollars' worth of stylish and
durable footwear for spot cash in fact, for less than cost of making the shoes
selling it to our patrons at the proportionate cost of what we pay lor it, which,
in many cases is not half tho regular price. Is there any wonder, then, at our
great rush, our great success, our great growth? We defy any house to meet these
LOW PRICES :
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
fect refrigerator manufactured.
"jfe iKMiiiitlW.ll 4-3liilit
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MAY BE ns lnconsniou ns anything lnv
' nglmible. It Is not necessary for him
to carry n fun and wear an overcoat. He can
Ko to ill most auy ready-made store and get
an outfit that will make him quite as re
markable. Had ho come to our establish
ment ho could tiavo had a suit for about tho
same price, perfect in style, tit and finish and
W. J. DAVIS,
213 Wyoming Ave., ,,
vrurtvous tiiouiim-s; am, kinds
1 cured with Animal KxtrnrtH. Free book
tells how. WASHINGTON UHKMIG'AI CO.,
Wushti)GtO!i,D.C. l'oreulo by Muttuew Ilros.
We have the finest line of carpets ever brought to
Scrantonall grades and prices. We also carry a full line
of Draperies aud Window Shades that we can save you
money on by purchasing of us. Fancy Chairs in Upholstery,
Willow and Rattan at about one-half" the prices others are
asking for them. , 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.
Men's Leather Shoes, all sizes, con
gress onlVi at fiOc.
Ladles' Goat Shoes, button only, at
Misses' grain school shoes, BOc.
2r.O pairs Men'a Haml-sewed Dark
Itusset Shoes, bull dotr toe, worth $1
to 5 a pair, at $2.48.
300 pairs Men's Enamel Shoos, worth
$2.50, at $1.29.
450 Mens' Husset Cnlf. Shoes, hand
sewed, regular value, $2.50 and $3.00, at
1150 pairs Men's Congress and Lace
Calf Shoes, all sizes, worth $2.00 to
$2.50, at $1.29.
1000 pairs Men's Shoes at 98c, all
Boys' School Shoes at 9Sc. and $1.25.
Fortunate circumstances enabled us
to buy from the Hay Shoo Co., at Ilar
rlshurg, about 3000 pairs Ladles' Fine
Shoes. Here they aro:
750 pairs Ladles' Hand Sewed Shoea,
worth $3.00, at $1.93.
pairs Ladles' Button Shoes at
C75 pairs Ladles' Hand Turned Shoes,
worth $1.00, at $1.98.
COO pairs Ladles' Fine $2.50 Shoes at
Misses' School Shoes at 50c.
Youths' HlKh Cut School Shoes at
$1.29 and $1.19.
Children's Shoes. We are pleased to
say wo have the largest stock of Chil
dren's Shoes In this city, at prices
ranging from 12&c. to $1.25.
We invite you to call and examine our goods hel'ore buying elsowhore.
Kcmombor, there is no trouble to show goods, and you will surely save money
by it. Malco our store your headquarters and we will be at your command.
307 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Acknowledged Cheapest Whole
sale and Retail Shoe House.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
HIT & CONNELL CO,,
434 Lackawanna Ave.
Mccormick & co.t
STOCKS, GRAIN AND COTTON
Hew York Stock Exchange,
Philadelphia Stock Exchange,
Mi York Produce Exchange,
New York Cotton Exchange,
Chicago Board of Trade.
Rooms 305 and 306 Board of Trade
Building. Telephone No. 4252.
Special Attention Given to Busi
ness nnd Personal Accounts.
Liberal Accommodation') Ex
tended According to. Balances and
3 Per Cent. Interest Allowed on
VIM. CONNELL, President.
HENRY BKLIMr., Vice Prcs.
WILLIAM II. PECK, Cashier.
T. N. RUTTER, Manngcr.
WOLF & WENZEL,
340 Adams Ave.. Opp. Court llomj.
PRACTICAL TINNERS and PLUMBERS
Bole Agents (or lUcturUon-Boynton'
j Furnace buJ IUDffie.
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IS SHOWING Hit STYLES 1W
305 Lacka, Ave.