The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, January 16, 1894, Page 8, Image 8
9 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MOB-NTNG. JANUARY 10, 1894. Stationery In great variety at prices to Suit the Times. c. B. PRATT. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT January Sale Woolen Dress Goods. In anticipation of our regular annual stock-taking we have re-marked all our Dress Goods stock so that immediate buyers may secure Uncommon Values in Rich Foreign Dress Goods. MONTROSE NEWS MATTERS. Little Batch of Kaadabla Parionali and Some General Gogsip. Special to the Bcvanton Tribune, MoNTitosE, Pa., Jan. 15 The Rough and Heady Hose company will hold their annual reception Jan, 31 in the armory. T. C. Allen has recently purchased tome valuable real estate on Chenango street. The aecond and laat week of court for this term beiriin todav. Charles Sayer, of the firm of Saver & ShalTur, was in New York last weak making purcbasti for their new store. On Saturday the town council noti fied Chief Engineer Smith that the Are hydrants would be used hereafter in case of fire, ao that the days of the back breaking hand engine is past, for which the firemen return thanks. The large storehouse for ice at Heart lake was destroyed by firo last week which reminded the readers of The Tribune of the cartoon that appeared in this papsr a short time ago. showing a fire in a fire extinguisher factory. E A. Barney, the wide-awake har ness man, is moving Into his new brick store on Church street. Hon. Galusha A. Grow spent Sun day here and attended divine services at the Presbyterian church. Sayer & Shaffer now occupy their elegant new stone building on Pahlia avenue. Special services hnve bnen held in the Methodist Episcopal church for the past two weeks but are now discon tinued. Sunday was more like an April than a January day. Hon. James T. DnBois, of Washing ton, D, C, delivered an interesting ad dress at the meeting of the Snsiiue bnnna Connty Historical society ou Saturday. A litt'e daughter of Professor B E. James has been seriously ill with scar let fever. THE NEWS OF IT NEAR OWNS rout or town oormsponilants of TUB Tnin Om: should bU'U tliulr namns In full to oiioh. i ior puuucauou out. vo sjaam aguiuat dcci-itiuu.l AS TO SABBATH OESECRATION. Rav. Mr. Hogan Preaches a Vary Prac tical and Forolb'.e Sermon. Special to the Scranton Tribune. Forest City, Jau. 15 Last Sunday renins R"V. J. C, Hogan chose for his text '"They watched Him whether H would heal on the Sabbath day, that they might accuse Him," Mark lii. 1. "The Lord's enemies, " Mr. Hogan said, ''drove Him from Jerusalem and He made Capernaum His place of abode. His enemies followed Him The Lord was preaching and they watched Him to see if He would heal the man with a withered hand. Nothing was said, but JfSOj knew what was in their mistaken and malicious heart, and He put this question to them: 'Is it law ful to do good on the Sabbath day as to do evil? To save life as to kill?' Like cowards thev were silent. Christ then illustrated the spirit of the Sabbath law. Christ is our ox ample in Sabbath observance as in all things. Hi will furnish us a safe rule, How did lie keep theSibbath? It is safe to say no money could induce Him to open his shop ou that day. We can not think of H'.m keeping open store to sell milk or meat. He attended church, lie went about doing good. We ought to givi God one-seventh of our time. Our nature demands it Uut today 8,148,000 people in this country are at work. S mis of it may be necessary work, but a vast amount Of it Is unnecessary. The United States government is greatly at fault on this question in regard to the mail service. Stveral years ugo petitions from twenty-one states were sent to the postmaster general requesting the dis continuance of Sunday postal service. The postmaster general replied: "So long us the silver river fbws and the green grass grows and the ocoan tides rrne and fall on the first day of the week, so long shall the mails of this republic circulate on that day." London with its five million of peo ple ullows no mail to be collected or distributed. The preacher then char acterized the Sunday newspaper as the fountain of Sabbath desecration and the sewer of all news trash of the day. It is tho dirtiest sheet printed. It is training an army of boys to be Sab bath violators. The man who adver tises in a Sunday paper may bo a dea con, but be desecrates the Sabbath just as much as if he kept open store. The speaker then said the congressman from our neighboring district is th biggest criminal in the crowd in this respect. He publishes a Sunday paper in violation of the laws of God and man. How can we expect the rabble to respect our laws when tho law-mak era themselves are not respeotable? The workiugman is much slandered on this subject. According to the pol itician and the money gobblar, the workingman wants everything that is devilish; but the fact is the politician and the soulless corporation want seven days' work for six days' pay. But the workingmau is no fool. Con tinuing, the speaker said that in 1883. when they desired to open the mme urns and theaters in England, a canvass was made and it was found that sixty two labor organiz itions, with a mem bership of 48.482, were found in favor of open museums and theaters, and against such desecrations. 2,412 labor organizations, with a membership of 501,705, went on record. After the sermon, Mr. Hogan read the following resolution to be pre sented to the Forest City borough council tonight, which was adopted by a large number of those present: Whereas. Wo understand that aa elec tric railway company desire the right of way through the main streets of our bor ough. . , ,, Ruanlvad. Thatwa hereby respectfully renuest our counrilmeu, if they should grant tne irancuise, to niaae mu u(ien- lion of Business on iue uiacoruiuunucu ui street cars on Sunday a condition. THE TREE FEtL ON HIM. William Eddie, of Montrose, Killed In a Peculiar Munix.r Special to the Scranton Tribune. Montrose, Pa., Jan. 15 William Eddie, a resident of this place, was snddenly killed at Liircbardville on Saturday, by having a tree he was chopping fall on him. He leaves an invalid wife, and twins bout two years of age. A Quarter Century Teet For a quarter of a century Dr. King's New Discovery has been tested, and the millions who have received benotlt from its life testify to its wonderful curative powers in all disennes of Throat.f.'hest nud litmus. A rumodv that has stooil the test so long and that haB given so universal satisfaction is no experiment. Each bottle is positively guaranteed to give relief, or the money mil be refunded. It is admitted to bo the most reliable for Coughs and Colds. Trial bottles Kree at Matthew Ilro's, Drug Store. Large size 50c, and j1.00. PITHY PECKVIUE POINTERS. Brief Changes in Old One Frac.ically Give It a New Chiractnr. Special to the Scranton Tribune. Montrose, Pa., Jan. 15. Company G, thanks to the energy of their cap tain, have now a well arranged and comfortable armory. Captain Ainey took yonr reporter through the refitted armory and he was surprised aud grati tied to see what a change had taken placi. For years it has been little less than an excuse for a place of entertain ments. The room was large aud lieat- d near the entrance by a stove on either side, but the people who were brave enougn would go and sit through an entertainment and suffer from the cold and thou sulfur from a cold sev eral dnvs afterward. All this is now changed. In place uf stow.', a iarge furnace makes steam that is sent around the room, and sev eral radiators will keep the room warm. The gallery that extended across the bnilding has been taken out aud in its place there is a large meeting room for the company, and the captain's private room, which is large and beautifully arranged. Down stairs under the com pany s rooui, the quartermaster and first sergeant have wall appointed rooms, besides a room for the janitor. 1 ho stage has nlso had some improve ments, so that Montrose can uow boast of a fine armory, and a much better place for entertainments than it has ever before hail. Company G doserves to be congratulated on their good for line in having for a lealer and com mander not only a brave; and true of ficer, but a man who is able to plan and execute such improvements as has been mads in this armory under his direction, Montiou of Well Known Persons and Other News. Special to the Scranton Tribune. Peckvii.i.e. Pa.. Jan. 15 Mrs. J. B Grover, who has been visiting her par puts, has returned home. Keorular communication of Oriental Star lodge, 588, Free and Accepted Ma sons, will be held tomorrow ev-ming. Don t forget the fcniwortli league so rial tomorrow evening at the home of Mrs. W. S. Bloes on Main street, iliere is a rare treat in store for all who at end. Henry Lantz died at the home of his laughter, Mrs. J. b. (jrrltman. at lieu Place Saturday afternoon with apo plexy, aged 00 years Mr. Lanlz was farmer and lived at Scott. He leaves a wife and four children; two sons and two daughters. Funeral services will ie held at Brown Hollow Bsptist church tomorrow afternoon at 2 o clock. Interment in the Scott cemetery. Chief of Police Simpson, of Scranton, and his brother Harry, of lieil I'lac spent Sunday with their cousin, Frank Simpson, of Ulakely, Mr. and Mrs. hranlf lienscontor were called to Shitkshinny Saturday on uc count of tho death of the former s brother in law. Mrs. J. W. Reck returned Monday after spending a few daya with friends at Pittston. My physician said I could not live, my liver out of order, frequently vomited greenish mucous, skin yellow, small dry humors on face, stomnch would not re tain food. BnrdoQk Blood Hitters cured me. Mrs. Adelaide O'Brien, 3?2 Exchange street, Buffalo, if. Y. RECRUITS FOR PEIXOTO. American Recruits Get the Promise of Fifty Dollars Per Month. Special to the Scranton Tribune. Montrose. Pa.. Jan. 15 The recent announcement tht James F. Harring ton, a recruiting officer for President Peixoto. of Brazil, was traveling through northeastern Pennsylvania trying to enlist soldiers for Kio Janeiro, was not unfounded. Mr. Harrington has been in these nnrtB for nearly a fortnight and has enrolled a round score of Susquehanna county belliirrents who seem perfectly willing to fight, bleed and die for a foreign county, at the rate of W a month. When rialiy was sick, we gave her Castorla. When the was a Child, she cried fur Castorla. When she became Miss, she clung to ( 'ostorta. When she had Children, she gavothein Contort. MONTROSE'S NEW ARMORY. the ball room will present a very at tractive appearance. INTERESTING AVOCA AFFAIRS. FltCHEO A VALUABLE HORSE. Slick Game of Two Clever Scoundrels In Wayne County, Sitecia1 to the Scranton Tribune. HONESDALB, J'a,, Jan. e5. During the absenee of C. D. Coons, of Man chester township, in the west, John and James Pay, living noar Sii9qn- lanna, Pa , entered his home on .Ian. 10, representing themselves to Mrs. Coons, who was sick in bed, as public officers, and produced documents claiming the right to take Mr. Coons' bay gelding trotting horse, bred (J, fast rising to prominence. They had Mrs. Coons sign a bogus document on er severe protest, took the horse and tied. Coons returned home yesterday, came to Honesdiile and placed the case in the hands of Attorney F. P. Kimble. Squire Smith issued a warrant for the arrest of John and Jams Pays. Con stable Brown left for Susquehanna to night. 1. G. lUiinas, of Scranton, has been trainiug Fred C. TAYLOR BOROUGH POLITICS. Various Mcvments of the Candidates for Publ'c Office Special to the Scranton Tribune. Taylor. Pa., Jan. 15 The political pot is brimming over with candi lntes for the various borough officers, and all those who have announced themselves would be a credit to the offices. H. W. Ree is In the fl-ld for tax collector. William P. Griffiths is out for justice of the peace. Efforts are being made to bring Uli- ver M. Williatne, a bright, intelligent nnd successful business man, out for burgess, but at this writing he has not consented to accept. If he consents to ruu he wili make tho other t'.vo candi dates, Mr. Harris aud Mr. Nansteel, hustle to win. For street commissioner, which will bo appointed by council, there aro Hill i am b, Jones, David A. Lewis, William Reynolds and a doz-iu more are after the appointment. PLEASANT PROGR. MME ARRANGED. What Has Occurred in Recent Houra in That Live Borough. Special to the Scranton Tribune. Avoca, Pa., Jau 15. Professor J. E. Dwyer, of Hazltton, spent Sunday in town. Don't forget the Silver Like quartette concert to be held lu tne Methodist Episcopal church Feb 3 Mrs. li. T. Fric.i u slowly recovering from her recent illness. Leon Schraeger intends erecting a new building on Main street. W. It. Manners opened his handsome new drug store in the Brehony block this evening. The store fixtures are very neat and attractive. W.J. Healey left tonight for Niagara university, New York, wtnre he will r sume his studies after spending the holiday vaeatiou with his parents on the West Side. The new tower on St. Mary's church is nearing completion. Extensive preparations are beinr made for the dedication of the Primi tivo Methodist church, which is to take place Jan. 20. King Elwell, of N"w York citv. is the guest of W. U. Manners. Mrs. M 1'. O Brien was a visitor to Scranton yesterday. 1 no marriage of Janus Cawley, of Pittston, and Miss Mary Kelly, of this place, has been announced to take place in tho near future. Miss M iry Wnalen attended a ban quet ut Carbondale last Friday even-iug ilie Ladies Aid society of the Metho dist Episcopal church will meet next ednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred. Dommermuth. CARBONDALE NEWS NOTES. Talented Ptttstonians Will Entertain Patrone of St. Mary's Fair, Special to the Scranton Tribune. Avoca, Pa,, Jan. 10 A number of Pittston people will entertain the pa trons of St. Mary's fair on Thursday evening with the following programme: Duet. "Lovo nnd War." J. P. Inmnn nnd M. E. Goldon Recitation Miss Nellie Busnehan Instrumental music Touhill f amily Tenor solo, "Mollie Bawn"...M. E. Gulden Comic 'story Con Carviu Bass boIo. "Dear Irish Homestead." ,l. 1'. inman Instrumental music Touhill Family Tenor Bc.lo. "She Left the Man that Loved Her for Another" F. Mnckin Dancing specialties P. Lynch Comic songs Cou Carviu Chief child dance of world. Miss Mamio Lvnch Farodies on popular songs. Will Qengber and Tony Walsh TAYLOR'S FIVE WARDS. The Boundaries of the Bjrough Divisions Are Established. Special to the Scranton Tribune. Taylor, Pa. , Jan 15 The commis sioners appointed to take testimony in regard to dividing laylor into wards, met Saturday afternoon at Price Li brary hall. Many .citizens Wore pres ent. They decided upon wards as follows: First ward, Feltsvillo, ll ik street and North Taylor to Djpot street; Second ward, from Depot street to Union, in cluding all of the .North district of Lackawanna township; (Third ward, from Union street to Ridge to Taylor to Main ; Fourth ward, from corner of Ridge to Washington, Storrs to Bohnl tice, Lunce and Taylor street to Ridge Fifth ward, from corner of Taylor to Bendhani, These lines have given gen enl satisfaction. HONESDALE happenings. They Are Pleasantly ReluWd In Snauoy Little Paragraph!. Special to the Scranton Tribune. Honks pale. Jan. 15 Canls are out announcing the marriage of Miss Runa Watts to Charles McDowell Wednes day Jan. 24. Miss Stella Steinb'ck is visiting hot nncle, Benjamin Gardner, on E ist slreet, Fred B Whitney is calling on Scran ton friends this week. Morris Freeman expects to leave Honesdale Feb. 1 for a two months' visit at Albany and Georgia. R. R. Voris and 0, M. Prue, of Scranton, were at the Allen housi to day. Superintendent Rose left for E.ldy ville, N. Y., this morning. Some of the More Notable Pioneer City Occurrences Special to the Scranton Tribune. Caruunpale, Ja., Jan. 15. On Wed nesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Baptist parsonage on Lincoln avenue, the Ladies' Aid society will meet to elect officers for tho ensuing year, and in the evening a reception will be held, to which a general invitation is ex tended. Tea will be served from 5 to 9 o'clock. On account of tho inclemency of the weather the big parade of the Andrew Mitchell Hose company did not occnr this evening, but, the weather provitig favorable, it will take place tomorrow evening. R. W. Pitman, an employe of the Ilomlrick Manufacturing company, will resign his position on Wednesday, and will at once leave fur New York City. Miss Jennie Annger returned home this evening from an extended visit with Miss Sally Johnson, of Kingston. Will collltm, or Scranton. spent Sun day with his parents in this city. Mrs. Barbara. Martin, Miss Annie Piel. Will Piel and Julius Kslsch, of Honesdale, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Mohrs, of Park street, over Sunday. TERSt TAYLOR TOPICS. Notes Which Tell of the Movements of Borough Residents. Special to the Scranton Tribune. Taylor, Jan. 15 One week from tomorrow night the cantata "Santa Clans" will be agaiu given in Weber's rink. Tho Price library reception commit tee meet tonight to arrange for their coming affair on Jan. 20. The borough council uisuU Wednes day night. The Democrats of Old Forge town ship will hold their caucus next Fri day night at Sheridan's hall. Harry Rivenburg, who has been Old Forge correspondent of the Scranton Times has resigned to accept a perma nent position with Powells Musio store of Scranton. Griff Price wishes to announce him self a candidate for councilman. The Freo for all Teinperauce society will hold nn entertainment tonight in the Mothodist Episcopil cburoh. Dan Jones was in Archbald Saturday night. Wednesday is pay-day at Taylor, Pyne and lloldon mines. The week of prayer is continued again this week at the Congregational and Welsh Baptist churches. . BRIEF MOOSIC MENTION. Chronicle of the Happenings of a Pros perous Community. Special to the Scranton Tribune. Moosic. Jan. 15 Mrs. Ablo Storm is improving. Mrs, W. O. Drake is on the sick list. Mr. Rimage was buried Saturday in the Marcy cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. LewiB spent cnniiny at n insom. A number of boys and girls of this place went skating on the Columbia pond Saturday evening. Miss Susie Lewis spent Sunday with friendi in scranton, THE GERMANIC'S BAL MASQUE. It Will Ba One of the Finait Events of the Season. Special to the Scranton Tribune. Carbokualk, Pa., Jan, 15. Ou Wednesday ning, in Keystone hall, will occur the annual masquerade ball of the Gerraania Singing society. This eveut promises to be the grandest af fair ever held by this entertaining so ciety. The committee who have the affair in charge aro Carl Sehrader. John Von Berk, A. G irbart. John Molars, Peter Kruniz, jr., nnd Joseph Krantz. On Wednesday morning Mr Fahreu holt.of Scranton, will be at the Harri son House with a new and elegant as sortment of costumes and undoubtedly Dr. ED. Grewer The Philadelphia Specialist, And his sssooiatod ttulf of EiirIInIi and Gor man 1 UylcianB.are now permanently located at Temple Court Building .111 SPRUCE ST., SCRANTON Where tlioy may i, rom,alted DAILY AND Bl NDAY. The Doctor Is a graduate ot tho ITnivorsity oi Pennsylvania, formerly .demonntrator of pkysiolugv and surgery at tho Mediuo-Chlr-urglcid College, of Philadelphia. Ho Is also an honorary n ember of the Medloo Chirur glcnl Association, and was physician and Burgeon ill-chil-r of rhu mnat i t. .1 Am.,rinnn and German hospitals, comes highly Indorsed by the leading professors of Philadelphia and New York. His many yoars of bosnital experlenee en ables tide eminent physician and surgvon to correctly ding nose and treat all doformitioi and diseases with tho most llnttcrimr success and his I i. ti standing in tho state will uot all -w bim t.o accept any incurable cane LUST M IM101M1 HI - IOKI II WEAKNESS OI' YOUNG HEM CURED. Ifyouhavo Dean Kiveii up ny your physi cian cull upon the doctor and bo examined. He cures the worst casosof Nervous Debility, Scrofula, Old Bores. 1 atarrh. Piles, Female Weakness, Affections of the Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat, Asthma, Deafness. Tumors, Can cers and Cripples of evory desorlptloa. Con sultation In Emdishand German Erne, which shall he considered sacrotl and strictly confi dential. Office Honrs: 0 A. M. to O P, M. Dally, Sunday, O a.m. to -' p.m. HOW TO MAKE MONEY There are hundreds of young men and young women in this country who have splendid ability, but they have never been wakened up. Wood's College of Business and Shorthand Has been an inspiration to hundreds of young people. If you are tired of inactivity and want to do something tangible, come to the College. COMMON ENGLISH COUltSE. BCSipOSS COUKSE. SHORTHAND COURSE. j. g WQ0D proprietori NEW YEAH OPENS JANUARY 1. Seeds and Fertilizers Large Medium and White Clover, Choice Timothy and Lawn Grass Seeds Guano, Bone Dust and Phosphates for Farms, Lawns and Gardens. HUNT & CONNELL CO. Third National Bank of Scranton. Statement Dae, 19,1808, called for by tlic Comptroller ol tin Cui-runcy. RE8OVKCK8. I.oan VI, 90-1, 4 73 10 Overdrafts 7IO. United States llnmla 00,(1110,(10 Other ltcmile 44H,rJ7.7.- HniiKliiB Houee I!K,074,46 Premlumi nn u, s. Bonds.... 17.448 75 Dili- fruin t 8. Trraiiurr 10.000 00 line in. in ltauks 881,139.09 Caib 17:i.00l).ott 2,403,008.(10 T.IAMMTIK. Capital - 00 Suriilnx U40.000 00 Undivided Criiflla 89,988.99 c Iroulatloo 189,000.90 Dividend! I npald 1,889.80 DepoHlte.' 1,799,989 K( Due to 11,11. 1, - 80.044.07 814,403,008.00 WILLIAM CONNF.I.T., President. JKO. II. CATLTN, Vlee-I'iesident. WILLIAM H. PKCK, La.liler DinEcroRS. William Council, George IL Catlln, Alfred Hand, Henry Belli), r .lattiea Aieliliald, William T. Smith, Luther Keller. Till bank nflem tn dopnultnre every facility warranted by their balances, busi ness end responsibility. Speelal attention given to business ac counts. Interest paid on time deposits. &lrn. J. Ji. Aughcnbauoh 01 Etteis, P8 Blood Poisoning Intense Suffering II Years. Hood's Healed the Sore in .Seven 11 ( ! A Perfect Cure. "I will recommend Hood's Hamparlla as flrst-olass. It has proved lis merits to us. Twelve years ago my wile was ploklng rasjr berries when she scratched herself, on a brier, tho wound from which soon developed Into a terrlblu sore, between her knee aud nnkle. Not withstanding' all wo did for It, It continued dis charging lor eleven long years. We tried medi cal sliilfon overy side. Willi no effect About a year ago she rend of Bond's Sin saparllla and concluded to try It herself, and while taking the first bottle she felt Letter aud continued with It Hood's ' Cures until today she Is entirely well and bolter than ever. Tho sore was healed up In seven weeks. Her limb Is perfectly sound. We attribute her cure entirely to Hood's harsaparllla." Jacob N. AlioHKNBAioH. Etteri.Yurk Co., Pa. Hood's Pills cure all Uar Ills, Ulllou neis Jaundice, Indigestion, Sick Ucadauho. THE KERR & SIEBECKER 406 and 408 Lackawanna Avenue. 'YE have completed our inventory and naturally have found some odd lots of LACE CURTAINS, CHENILLE PORTIERES and TABLE COVERS, which we will close out at actual cost. They Must Be Sold In our Carpet Department you will find bargains in Tapestry Brussels, Ingrains, and in the finer grades, such as Moquette, Velvet and Axminster. Dropped Patterns, Remnants and Old lieces wdl be sold regardless of cost. RHfiQ Specal 3o-inch Smyrna Rugs nUQu $2.50; reduced from $3.50. STORE CLOSES 6 P. M. A DESIRABLE STOCK OF Dry Hemlock NOW ON STICKS AT WHOLESALE LUMBER TO THE TRADE ONLY THE RIGHARDS LUMBER CO. 22 and 23 Commonwealth Building, SA& Scranton, Pa. HILE many maimfacturairs ami doaWi nreinnkins? extravagant state meats concerainir the niorlts and dnrnhilirv of mpilinm or low i:rudi pianos intendiag parcbaser9 should not fail to examine tho famooi STECK PIANOS. Illnstrnted book containing valuable information on pianos on application E.C.Ricker & Co. 123 Adams Ave. TRADERS National Bank of Scranton ORGANIZED 18 CAPITAL $250,000, SURPLUS $25,000. FAMrF.I, IIIN'KS.PrrMont W. W. WATSON, Vicu Prusidont A. 13. WILLIAMS, L'Mulor. DIHF.CTOIW, SAMi nt, IllNEH, JAMES M' F.VF.HnAtlT, IaVlXa A. FlRCR. PlKlli'K B. Kisi.ky, JllKEI'll J. .IKIIMVS, M S. KUMKKKIU, (. has. l. Matthews. John T. 1'uhtxh. W. W. Watbon. PROMPT, ENERGETIC, CONSERVATIVE LIBERAL Tills hank invltos tho iatruDR uf busioosa uit'u nun nrni3 ifeiifruiiy. DKXTKIt MI0R CO., Iire'p. Tspltil, Ij 000.000. MOST Ml. ,11 HUOB IN THE WOKLIL "A dollur nred it a dollar earned. ' . Thli Ladles' Soldi French loii;ilu KI1 But ton Hoot delivered freo nnvwhern In tho U.S., on rocelptnfCaeh, Money Order, or l'oawl Nolo for L,'iO. Kuiiiil evory wny tho boon MM 1" nil retail itorct for 12.60. Wo make thin boot MM therefore we guar antee tho (, ttile and rcear, mul If nny ono l not BntUlled wo will refund tho money Ir. t)ier n Heine, K, ft KK. and half your nine; V fit yon. lluMntted C'atn-louud FREE Dexter Shoe Go., ItOSTON. MASS. upeeiai lertni w neaitrt. .SOB "rl ' vN3B,vllMC NHetfTlTCTZS TABLES These are Center Tables. Last week we interested the men with Office Chairs, which they ap preciated, as we judge by their pur chases. This week we will try and interest the Ladies with Center Tables at One-third less than former prices. They will be displayed in our large show window with prices on each. A Table of this descrip tion can be used in numbers, as every room in the house should possess one. They are as handy as a shelf or mantel, and decidedly more ornamental. Look up your spaces and . come THIS WEEK and select a Table. i Remnants of Carpets , And Odd Pairs of Lace and Chenille y Curtains at "Way Down Prices."