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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. MARCI! 2, 1897.
Itchlnir, tcnly, TileedlnR pnlma, nlmpelcss nnlli,
mul painful linger ends, lmile, blackheads,
oily, mothy Un,dry, thin, and fulling li llr, Itch.
Iii(t,nc-ily calp, all jlcld qnlckl) to warm tnths
ttltli OutiuiiU 8oai nnd gcntln nnolntlnga
with G'uticuha (ointment;, tho great sLln cure.
It mM thrmiithoot the wotU. ron Dnco Ain Cniw.
CORf , Mote J'rotn , lloiton.
Of- "How to Vroduce Boft, White Itiodi," fref
In.tantlr flicrM h
f Renders 'Rill pleno note that nilvertUe
metits, orders for Job work, ntul Itemq for
publication left at the establishment or
Shannon & Co., newsdealers, North Mnln
atreut, will reeelo prompt attention; of
fice open from S a. m to 10 p in J
QUARREL IN ITALY.
Francisco 1'i'iii Is II mil y Woiiwloil
li His I'lirtncr.
An Itnllan, named rianclsoo Pen I.
was takun to tlio liospltul on Sunday
ummiIhk, having Ijci'ti shot In a quiii
rel with his jiutiiti, Mhjltai'l l.iicentl
It miDi'iiis tlmt a (iitniiHl uio'p in ar
laiiBlnfr tlio business ot the wvik about
it dlffutencu ol twuiity tents in theit
LtiL'untl, lipcomlnp; inrnq;pd in the dis
pute, seined j. revolver and stiuek l'etri
a iolunt blow on the laee bi unking
two of ills teeth. Then when I'eirl
attempted to defend himself the icol
vi i was fli'd twlee and the unfottu
nate man fell with two bullet wound
in Ills head. Iucentl then mil fiom tlie
house and dlsnppeaied. The ie&ult of
tlie shooting ib as yet unceitain. A
wairant is in tlie hands of the oliloer,
J-dwaid Neaiy, for his an est and ef
forts liae been made to find him.
Ten I is not thought to be fatallv in
Jllted, thuliRli his condition is seiious.
The ICcctor of Trim t ("liuicli 1'iut"
llev. 1Z. J. Ualsley, lector of Tilnity
Kplsiopal chinch, will leave this week
In older to enter upon his duties as
rector ol St. Mall's I'lnmh, Williuins
poit. A huge congiegatlon listincd tin
Sunday to his laiewcll seimon A
huge delegation fiom the M atonic or
der was iiiesent at the seiice in a
body. The chut ch w .is ci ow ded at each
bet vice and evidence was ghen ot boi
low at the patting.
At the afternoon sen Ice twelve chll
dien weie baptized, also tluee adults
In tlie eeniii!r lecelved the baci anient
ol baptism. Much Intel est also was
inanltestLd at the Sunday .school ser
lee, when, as a testimonial ot legaid,
a handsome book cate wus piebented
by the school.
.nested on a Soiious Clinri;e.
John Meirltt, employed as a diiver
liy the 111 in lin lug ch.uge of the busi
ness ot the Chicago meat dealeis, Swift
& Co, was ariested on Sunday morn
ing, wlille attempting to enter the bar
loom ol the Aineilcjn liou-e. Piopil
etor Williams lefused to admit Meititt
and a companion as tlie bar was closed,
it being at the time eaily Sunday morn
ing. The men then attempted to loice
their way in by a back entrance. Mr.
Williams endcaoicd to keep them out,
but was loughly Heated, nnd In tlie
stiuggle a ieolver was diawn by Mei-
tit. The potter of the hotel coming in
was pule to wiest It away, and Menltt
was auested by tlie police.
ltiitlulny Surprise 1'nrty.
A number of Mrs. John Mitchell's
friends, In older to show their legaid
surpilsed the family on Satuiday even
ing and extended congiatulatlons. A
veiy handsome chair was ptesented as
a maik of their esteem. Hefieshments
weie seived and a delightful eening
was enjoyed. Among those piesent
were: Mesdame N. Moon, sr., E. Moon,
si., John Newton, Geoige Dennis, Chas.
May, J. II. Herbeit, James Smith, Jef
feison Simons, c. H. Matey, Halph lis
ter, S. Itobblns, 37. Mitchell, Holgate,
James Soloman. Misses N. MIKhell,
Edith Newton, Katie and Nellie Solo
man. Wreck on the Dcliiwnic nuil Hudson.
Peveial cais weie wiecked on the
"Lookout" crossing of the Delawate
and Hudson iniltoad yesterday nioin
Jng, so that tlie toad was blocked for
several houis. Some loaded giavlty
cars clashed into a coal train on the
main Hacks. The tender of the loco
motive, in charge of Engineer Gillies,
was overturned and several of the
giavlty cars weie badly damaged. It
was .several houis befoio the Hack was
cleat ed. No one-was injuted. Thomas
Pengelly, who was on the forwaul
giavlty car, saed himself by jump
ing. LOCAL AND PERSONAL NOTES.
Mrs. Martha. Simpson. Mr. and Mrs.
F. H. Hubbaid, Mr. and Mis. J. J.
Simpson and families will leave for
the south soon, wheie they will spend
the spring months.
Mis. E. M. Peck Is visiting hor fath
er, Hltam Eedyaid, at Hnioudnle.
Mts. Thomas Clune, of Cliutch stieet,
enteitained Mrs. Helen and Genevieve
lilley, of Pleasant Mount, over Sunday
Mr. and Mis. Louis Giamer have te-
tuined fiom Philadelphia, Mr. Giamer
liaving llnlbhed Ills study of law theie.
William T. Colville. of Lincoln nve
nue, Is entertaining his hi other, Di.
liobert Colville, of Mount Vernon, O.
Miss Anna Hackett, of Scranton, Is
visiting Miss Clara Doyle in this city.
Cashier James Stott, of the Fiist
National bank, who haa been quite 111,
Is much linptoved.
Mrs. C. K. Lathrope Is the guest of
We will sell 25 rolls best
jLt&, Aft, aSu lirr, Jhitrmr rtflVmmr jjsi
1,000 rolls odd lots worth 15c. to 25c. for 5c. per roll.
vSale to commence Monday morning for 10 days onry, and
sale to be strictly cash.
J. 5C0TT INGLIS,
her daughter, Mrs. K. Ij. Iluvan, In Pat
eison, N, ,1,
Mis. Joel Oould, of Moss Side, Is con
lliiud to hut home by illness.
Mis. T. J, MeTlche Is entertaining
Miss Nettle Sweeney.
Mosts lhunden Is unite 111 nt the
home of his patents on Salem avenue.
Mrs. A. amies, of Brooklyn street, Is
111 Willi tnulttrltil fever.
S. Sinner left yestetdtty for a visit in
New Yoik and Philadelphia, lie will
also visit Washlimton and witness the
Miss Maty O'Clrudy has lettitned from
a. visit In Oneontn.
Mis. Kllen Mollltt, of South Main
htteet, Is eutcitalnliig I lev. rianeis
Pienderfrttiit, of Iiclnnd He attended
the consecration of his bt other, Plshop
IJdward Piendeiijast, In Philadelphia,
Mis. n. V'. Wells, of -Wayne street,
Is vlbitlns her patents In Washing
ton, D. C.
Hov. J. .T. Orifiln called on fi lends in
Mis. H. S. Polton is visiting friends
V. D. Kvans will leave this morning
for Washington, I). C, where he will
attend the inaugui alien of McKlnley
Miss Julia Coughlln, of Fell township,
Is entei tabling her cousin, Miss Cough
lln. of Vennont.
J. J. O'Uojle, of Scianton, called on
fi lends In town yesteiday.
Miss Cella Nealon, of Olyplmnt, who
has been the guest of fi lends In this
city, has returned home.
Miss Annie Loftus, of Scianton, was
the truest of li lends in town over Sun
dav. O. V. Jacobus was In town yesteiday
making final aitangements towauls as
suming cluuge of the Hotel Ameiiean.
William i:ans, of South Main sttcet,
Patilck Byrne is veiy low at Ills home
on Washington stieet.
Dr. A. Nlles is siek with the gilp.
Ta;,lnr castle. No. 207, Knights of the
olden Eale, will hold a smoker at their
looms on Thut-da evening. It piom
lses to eclipse an thing of Its kind ever
held In this town. The following pto
giamme has been piepaied and will be
lendeied In count ctlou with the smok
oi Addiess, bv chaiiman; oigau se
lection, Thomas Davis, solo, Thomas
Holmes' quuitette, Messts John Owens.
Hemy Eans, Da Id Owens and Moigan
Hams; lecltntion, lilt-hat d Mogg; In
stiumental selection, Mcssis. Owens,
Conley and Williams; solo, lleniy
Eaus; solo, Moigan Hauls; ledt.i
tlon, William Kans; solo, David J
Owens; essay, John Welbutn; solo,
John E Owens, solo, David T Hauls;
let Hat Ion. Thomas Wclbuin; lii'-tiu-menlal
selection, Messis. Owens, Con
le and Williams, duet. Messis David
Oweiis and Hem Evans.
The emplojes ol the Aichbald col
lieiv leetlved theli iiioiithlj eainlngs
loi Kebiuai.v month yestcidav
Miss Jennie Kdwauls, ol Hde Paik,
visited Hleiids in this town on Sun
day. Mr. Patlifk Sullivan and dailghtei.
Not a, who have been on a visit to
Philadelphia, have lotuined home
Miss Eva Apgar, of Ltellevue, islted
lelatlves in this place on Sunday
A huge delegation ot the Sons of
TempOiaiue ol this town attended the
annlveisaiy last evening at Dm yea In
lionoi of the division ol that town.
The faggot social lasl evening at the
Welsh Congiegntional ('hutch lu Id bv
the meinbeis of the chinch, was well
Miss Nellie TCoach, of Old Foige, Is
visiting fi lends in Duumoie.
Tlu necktie social held last evening
at Webet's link by the young ladles of
this town, was a well auanged affaii.
A laige number of out of town people
Eoiough Solicitor Attorney John M.
Hauls, Is picpailng a petition to be
piesented to the holder? ol the Pyne
and Auhbald for their "Ignntuies to
become annevd to this boiouh
The Independent Social club will con
dui t Its legulai weekly social this even
ing at Webd's link.
Theio was a meeting of the town
council last night and the following
newly elected luembcis weie swoin In:
E. F. Johnson, T. N. Boyle, P. H. Pell,
C. P. Illicit, J. F. Wells, A. AV. Steph
ens and Geoige S. Haidlng.
' There was an impiomptu dance at the
Opeia house Satuidny evening. Al
though there were but few in attend
ance a good time was enjoyed by those
piesent. The Nicholson oichestra fur
nished the music.
Miss Vlda Joh'nson entertained a
snail patty at cuds last Fiiday even
ing. A. E. Rogers and family, of Scranton,
weie the guests of Mis. Rogeis' pa
cnts, Dr. and Mrs. Kelley, ovet Sunday.
John Capwell and son, of Scranton,
aie visiting his sister, Mts. Geoige Snj
der. HOW TOFIND OUT,
rill a bottle or common glass with
mine and let It stand twenty-four
houis; a sediment or settling indicates
a diseased condition of tlie kidneys.
When mine stains linen It is positive
evidence of kidney tlouble Too fre
quent deslie to initiate or pain In the
back, Is also convincing pi oof that tlie
kldnejs and bladder ate out of oidei.
WHAT TO IX).
Theie Is comfort In the knowledge
so often exptessed, that Dr. Kllniei's
Swamp Root, the gteat kitmey temedy
fulfills every wish In relieving pain
In the back, kidneys, liver, bladder
and every part of the uilnniy passages.
It collects inability to hold urine and
scalding pain in passing it. oi bad
etfect following use of lhiuor, wine or
beet, and overcomes tlmt unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to got up
many times during the night to uil
nnte. The mild and the extiaordlnaiy
eftect of Swamp Root Is soon lenlled.
It stands the highest for its wonder
ful cuies of the moat dlsttesslng cases.
If yon need a medicine ou should have
the best. Sold b duigglsts pi ice fifty
cents nnd one dollar For a sample
bottle and pamphlet, both sent lieo
by mall, mention Tiibune and send
your full postofllcc'nddiess to Dr. Kil
mer & Co., Ulnghamton, N. V. The
proprletois of this paper guarantee the
genuineness of this offer.
all wool Carpets at 49c.
$.Vi. Jta. Asctua
419 Lacka. Avenue
" 77 " UrortkH up ti Iliud Cokl
" 77 " Knocks out tlio Chip.
" 77" WorkH "Wondois in Cntmili.
" 77 " Stops Cold in (ho Head.
" 77 " Conquors Couglis.
Hold by dnigRlsts Ilutni lire)' Med. Co , N Y.
Council met last evening for tc
orgunlzatlon. There weie piesent:
Michael McDeimott, Patilck Ploom
er, Hlehutd Punt, George Walteis,
Patilck Purdlsh, Geoige Edmunds,
Thomas M. Davis. The oaths of olllco
ot the new niembeis weie lead and ac
cepted and the old council adjoin tied.
Joseph Sob and II. D. Swlik weie nom
inated foi the olltce of chaiiman for
the ensuing year. Two ballots wete
taken which lesulted in a tie vote each.
Joseph Sob being the absent member,
which would have btoken the tie. Af
tei the second ballot 11. D. Swlck with
diew his name alter the motion lo ad
journ had been made. I'pon motion
they adjoin ned to meet on Fiiday even
ing end elect the of licet s
The dancing class held theli last
social last evening, and will not hold
any nioie until alter Lent. The social
was a decided succecss. A gie.it ninny
weie piesent fiom neat by towns.
Mi. Flank Dltmoie has rented a
house on Main stieet of Philip Eaker
and lrfoved into same.
Haiold, son of Mr. nnd Mis. W. 11.
Dodson, Is sulfeilng fiom measles.
Mi. M. L Mai baker called on fi lends
in Vnndllng on Stindav.
Miss Elizabeth Collins, the efficient
postotllce cleik, spent Sunday with
fi lends in Scianton.
Ml.s Genie Putt ill spent Sunday
witli fiiends in Pileemg.
Mhs Ellzaeth Pi lee, who nas been
visiting at tlie home of Mi. Thomas
Pi .vnn, on Second stieet, for several
weeks, l etui in d to hoi home In Scian
Mi. nnd Alt s I'.uiton Paiks are vis
it t iilt f i lends In Nicholson.
Mi. and Mis. John Lutsej, who have
been lesldtnt0 of Ji iinyn foi "ime time,
have moved to Clatk's Gieen.
Mls Not a Halleian, who has been
visiting Miss Lizzie Cnlllii", letiuneil
to net home at Scianton on Snluidav.
Cowt, daughtei nt Mi and Mis John
Vates, of West Mai field, is suifeiing
Yesteidav moinlng the infant child of
Mi. and Mia Michncl llualie, died In
tel meat will be held this atteinoon at
Mi William Nkholson, of Pteokl.vn,
Is visiting in town,
The now boiough council oig.anlred
last evening bv elicting William Hunt
piesident, T. P. Moian, seuetat, and
Justus Bishop tiensuiei. Pi ev lulls to
the adjournment ol the old council sev -eial
bills vvite paid and Tax Collectoi
Phllbln lead a statement showing a
balance due the boiough amounting to
$1UI fiom which his commission and
exonerations aie to be deducted. The
old council then adjoin ned sine die and
tlie newl eltcted councilmen, John
K. Jones, of the Kit at waul, Michael
Dean, ol the Second wnid, and P. J.
Lottus, of the Thi til wnid, took theli
seats. The temporal v oigani?atlon foi
lecelvlng the ceitllkates ot election'
was elteeted by the selection of William
Hunt tor chaiiman and John E Jones
secietiu). Patilck McAiuliew, of Sa
lem stieet. piesented a ceitillcate
signed b the judge of election of the
Second waid, which the council le
ltised to accept. The ceitlfieate put
pot ted to show that Mi McAiuliew had
been elected while theie was no letinn
of his vote made to the eoui t as le
quiied by law. A ceitillcate to this ef
fect was pioducid and fotmed the basis
of the objections of the council which
theieupon let used to lecognbe Mr. Mc
Andtews. Theie was some confusion
dining which seveial gentlemen de
siied to speak. The council lefused to
"go behind the letuins," however, and
Mr. McAndiew was not seated. Ml.
Phllbln, who was lecently appointed,
will lemnin In olllce until his successor
qualifies. Hmgess Lansan piesented
his flist message, which was filled with
ideas which it would be well for the
council to give heed to. That the spirit
of the message was appi eclated was
veiy evident fiom the loud applause
that gieeted the tending of It After
appointing P J Lianett pathmastei the
council adjourned until Tluusday even
ing. Domlnlck Pndden, an old and es
teemed lesident ot this boiough, died
veiy suddenly on his way to woik in
White Oak mine yesterday moinlng.
Mr. Padden left home nppaiently in the
best of health and was tound about an
hour allet by Thomas Kearney. Mr.
Padden was an eminent!;' icspectuble
man and his death will be legietted.
Kreltner Pios, contiactois. have
commenced the lemodelllns of R. T.
Whltnej 's stoie, fonueil occupied by
the late C. E. Power.
St. John's chin c h choir conceit in the
opera house this Tuesday evening
piomises to be a taie tteat.
The Deluwuie and Hudson Canal
company have been making extensive
l epulis on theli tiestllugs, lotks, etc.,
since navigation closed In the tall,
ptepaiatoiy to a busy season.
The wot Id's gieatest pioductlon, the
anlmatlstope, will be piesented lu the
opeia house Tluusday evening. Match
4, under tlie auspices of the Jtinloi Ep
woith league ot the Methodist Episco
pal chin ch.
The grand Jmy In session last week
found a tine bill against Di. S. A. Kel
ley for nboitlon. His ttlal will piob
ably come befoio the comt which Is lu
session this week.
No. a ot the Dm land block has been
leased bv Mr. Dubois Weston, who,
with his biothei, Horace, and slsiei,
Cattle, now ofPateison, N, J,, will oc
cupy the same
Mis. Romalne and daughter who
have been boat dei s at the Allen House
for a nuinbei of yeais, have leased the
house at the coi ner of Tlilid and Eighth
stieets (now occupied by O. L. Row
land) foi housekeeping.
Hon. E. A. llaidenbeigh spent Sun
day with his family lieie.
One of the best equipped and most
pleusant halls In Honesdnle Is the one
on lower Main stieet lecently fitted up
by Mr. T. O't'onnell and occupied by
the St Francis Pioneer coips, Mr. J
A. Smith is president of the society
They meet foi di 111 e.xeiclses once each
month and huve a meinbeuihip of ),
Theli hall is C0C0 feet and veiy suit
able for public euteitulnmeiits. It was
occupied last Filduy evening by the
Hungarian Gipsy oichuatia, of New
Yoik, who gave a veiy line mufeleal eli
6& ESTH? E3V3 99
Cniy Allen, who Is employed by the
H. A. Mack Wood Wot king company
nt Weatheily, spent Sunday with his
fa'nllv In this place,
Miss Matuo Peck, of Kingston, hns
bun spending n few days with her sis
ter, Mis. J, Wood Piatt.
Mis. Chllds letilined on Saturday
last fiom a visit with lelatlves at Mld
dletow 11, N, Y.
Tomouow cvunlni; the Shnkespeate
club will enteitiiln a number of the
young Eentleinen nt the home ot Dr.
and Mis. Tewksbuty.
Rev. G. C. Ljmau nnd wife have
moved to Scianton, whoio they will te
slde for some time.
Miss Blackmail, a teacher at Wyo-
nilng semlnaty, spent Sunday with
Sciulre Sampson nnd family.
The dancing class was held last even
ing and a ntimbei of new membets
Hon. William N. Reynolds led the
meeting of the Piesbytetlnn club on
Friday evening Inst.
The next meeting of the mauled peo
ple's (aid club will be held at Mr. and
Mis, John Jennings'.
Mis. E. J. Jot dan spent last week In
Philadelphia with Mr. Jordan, who was
attending Snpieme com t.
Matey D. Miller, iepies,entallve of
tlie Ameilcnn Tobacco company, spent
Sunday In town.
Mis. Geoige Phllllpsoti is visiting her
husband nt Weatheily.
The new tow n council met and organ
bed yesterday moinlng The council Is
composed of two Democrats and tour
Republicans. J. Wood lintt (Dent.),
and O.' S Klnnei (Rep), were voted
upon as secietaiy of the council for the
ensuing jeat. Kinner lecelved two
votes and Piatt foul, tlie latter being
AVe piesent to our leadeis today llf
poi traits of Mr. R II. Reynolds, the
newly elected constable of our boiough,
and Mr. R. D. Cluise. who ran against
Mr. li. II. Rej nolds, fot the ofllce of tax
collector, and the lesult was a tie vote,
each leeching 03 votes, and which Is
now left foi the county i ourt to de
cide next Apiil teim. Mr. Reynolds
lecelved a majoilty of two votes over
Mi. Chase for tlie olllce of constule.
R. H REYNOLDS.
Messi". Seneca Nlvei, of Gtoton, N
Y and J N. Capwell, of Seuinton,
spent Sunday with A. A. Hi own.
Mr. A. L. Reynolds has accepted a
position witli tlie Iiivoiskle Coal com
pany at 1 o( kville, wheie lie will move
his family in the near futuie.
Mr. Stanley N Slmtcll was down to
Toe county seat yesteiday.
our townsman and countv commis
sioner. Pied II. Chase, lett last night
loi Washington, D. C, wheie he will
attend tlie inauguration of Piesident
Don't foi gel the Hose company's con
ceit next Tildav evening. Afineentei
lainment for Hie pi lee of admission,
and thev need yom piceine theie
The diagram lor iesutved seals opened
R. D. CHASE.
yesteiday nt FItche's drug store, nnd
the piogiammes will be leady for dls
Hlbulion next Wednesday moinlng
Out ent"ipiislng conti actor and
builder, Solomon Reynolds, has just
completed a huge older fiom tlie Wlno
hi OH G is Dlevelopineul and Iinpiove-nir-nt
company foi cases to ship the
"East Mountain Llthla Watet In.
Fled Castk has notices up advertis
ing his goods at public sale this month.
Repoit comes liom the bedside ot Mr
Stephen Nouhup that he is much bet
tet and convalescing
S. E Giegory, of Lake Wlnnla, will
fuuiisli the "Grand piano" that wlll.be
used at Hie Hose (ompury's fair.
Another deadlock exhts In the Oly
phaut (oiiucll Lust n ill li t an attempt
was made lo oianl.e but to no avail.
The final business of the old council
was lit st tukeu up. Tieasuter Mc
Laughlin's lepoit for ISlli was lead
The secietaiy 's lepoit for ISDti was uluo
leud, vhlch Is as follows: Stieet com
missioners time, $J.20-1 97: eleetilc
plant, $'J.Mi:U4; Incidentals, $.'.0J7,l.J, old
eleetilc plant. $I,2JS20: police depait
ment, $"0J. Roth ot tlie icpoi ts weie ic
feued to the uuditois. The old coun
cil then adjoin ned sine die. Mi. Schllb
mehl, piesident pio tern, then culled
the new body to oidei Mr Tlnsley
nominated Mi Putten for piesident and
Mr O'llulluiun nominated Mi Out
ran. A ballot was then taken on the
Is especially tine ol Hood's 1'ilU, for no modi
clue ever ciinUitiiil so gie.it curative power hi
bo small space. 'Hiuy mo a whole medlcluu
elicit, nlways ready, al
ways efficient, always s it
isf.ictory; prevent i cold
or fever, euro all liver UN,
sick headache, J iiindice, constipation, etc, ISc.
Tuu only 1'ilU to take with lluud's Sarsaparllla.
I m 1 rl
li via t
Celelnated rot its great leuveiiliiK st tuiigtli
nnd liciiltlifilluess. Vssiuesthe food upiitiiHt
ilium uiid nil foi ins of iiilitltciiitlon ciiiiininn
to the ciienp braiuls.
1IOVA1. 1IAKIMI I'OVMlHtt'O., VI. W Mlllg.
Tlnsley, Rogan, Lewis. For Cm ran
Gannon, O'Hilen, Gullagher, O'Hallo
tan, Outran, Puike. Tluee moie bal
lots weie taken with the same lesult.
The incident then adjoin ned the meet
ing until tonight.
Undet taker W J Sweeney was called
to Catbondale lasl evening to take
chat ge of the lemalns ot John Rattle,
who died theie yesteiday atteinoon.
J E. Toole, stlppolted by a stiong
company, will piesent "Klllniuey and
names which resulted as follows' For
Patten Fadden, Deinpsey, Patten,
the Rhine" at the Father Matthew
opera house next Satuiday night
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 asked to
take an unsatisfactory
garment from our store.
213 Wyoming Avenue.
is the price the
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All the James A. Banister Co.'s make of Men's Fine Shoes,
new, fresh goods, and worth $6 and $6.50 a pair, will be
sold for $3.50. See them in the lien's Window.
All Laird's Ladies' Fine Shoes, straight $0.00 hand-made goods, $a.50.a pair.
All Men's S5.00 Hand-made Shoes, all kinds and styles, $3.00 a pair.
All Ladies'' S5.00 Hand-made Shoes, common Sense toes, $2.50 and $3.00 a pair.
Some in this lot are Cray's and Hurt's make and worth $3.00 a pair.
All Men's and Ladies' $1.00 Shoes are $2.25 and $2.50 a pair.
All Men's and Ladies $3.00 Shoes are $2.00 a pair.
All Men's and Ladies' $1.75 and $2.00 Shoes at 1.25 a pair. - -
All Hoys', Misses' and Children's Shoes reduced in the same proportion.
AT JUST ONEHALF
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In Nottingham Curtains, Irish Point, Brussels, Croat.
Stripe, Snow Flake Musseleue and Swiss (both plain and
Attention is particularly requested to our line of
Chenille and Tapestry Curtains and Table Covers, which
are offered at prices never before quoted in Scranton.
408 LACKAWANNA AVE.
Opp. iMaiti Kntrauco to Wyoming House.
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
Special Attention Given to Business and Per
Liberal Accommodations Extended According
to Balances and Responsibility.
3 Interest Allowed on Interest Deposits.
Banister Shoe Co. is making on the
of their stock of Fine Shoes.
it in, and the prices from now on will
lower than prices made in April.
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THE TRIBUNE is now prepared to fill or
ders for composition on newspapers, books,
pamphlets, or other publications at moder
Addr BUSINESS MANAGER.