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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. MARCH 8. 1894.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE GENUINE POPULAR
HAVE THE INITIALS
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iu New York on busi-
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NEWS FROM WEST SIDE
Happenings of a Da; Tbat Will Interest Hyde
ROYAL ARCANUM ENTERTAINING
W. H. Hugeu is
Arthur Long, of
George White, of
the Valley nouse.
C. 8. Horton, of
Miss Bristol, of Haslaelier's
has retnrued from New York.
Colonel W. A. Stone is a candidate
congress in the Twenty-third district.
J. W. Russel, formerly of this city and
now of Allentown, is at the Valley Uouso.
Philo H. Lee, of Llinghamton, and H. B.
Wllkens, of Nicholsou, are at the Valley
E. D. Wright, of Bingliamton, and M. V.
Emery, of Williainsport, were at the Wy
Among the well known Wilkos-Barrians
in the cicv yesterday were W, D. Beers and
J. N. Thomas, president of tho Pittston
Exeter Irou work, was in the city ou
C. H. Dorfliugor, of White Mills, and
Mrs. W. F. Snyder and Miss Peterson, of
Honesdale, were iu Scranton yesterday.
Prominent guests of the Valloy house
yesterday were H. B. Auutst, of Milton:
V L. Tichner, of Binghamtou; and Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Jones of Nauticoke.
G. A. Kotzwiukle, president of Cigar
Mnkers' union 'JUS, of Scrantou, returned
from Carbondale after a two days' ab
sence, during which he assisted at the
funeral of a member of the Cigur Makers'
union by the name of J. E. Hoover, who
had no relatives living. Mr. Hoover was
buried iu St. liosn cemetery. The services
were held in St. Bote church,
Hon. B. K. Focht, editor of the Saturday
News, Lewisburg, Pa., is a candidate for
the legislature Mr. Focht has had a re
markable record since his advent iu pol
itics. He nominated hi brother-in-law,
Harold McClure, ofSunbnry, for judge of
Vuiou county, agaiust Judge Bucner, and
after one of the warmest and most excit
ing political bnttles of 1891, bad the satis
faction of seeing his relative elected to the
bench by a haudsoni majority.
JUMPING FKuM A BALLOON.
Hazel Kevos Tells How It Feels to
Meet the Earth.
Mrs. Romig is n pleasant, bright eyed,
capable looking little personage of modest
demeanor nnd methods of conversation.
She has been engaged in ballooning for
a number of years. Professionally she is
known ns Miss Raid Key St, balloonist
nd parachute jumper.
She was a trained nurse by profession
and engaged in aeronautics because her
husband's health failed him. nnd she found
it necessary to do something more lucra
tive than nursing, and ns he was a profes
sional aeron'iut. nnd IDA bad gathered
quite an interest, and knowledge of tho
business from him. she determined to en
ter bis lield and win in a rapid way the
income that was necessary for the school
ing of her three children, the maintenance
of tho family generally and the added ex
pense of his illness. Shu says she has suc
ceeded amply in her undertaking, nnd
though Mr. Homig's health is greatly im
proved she bus no special desire to relin
quish the business.
Asked to explain as clearly as possible
the sensations peculiar to the ascent and
descent of a person to and from the ex
traordinary altitudes to which she travels,
Mrs. Koniig said:
"The sensations nre diametrically oppo
aite to the general idea that prevails among
people who never made such nttmpts. In
tead of feeling yourself lifted bodily nnd
swiftly up into space, you have a realistic
sense of staying just exactly where you
were and of the earth falling away and
downward from you. This feeling contin
ues just so long as your bnlloon continues
to rise. When it comes to n standstill,
you realize for the first time that you have
moved upward, and of course the wonder
ful panorama spread out below you gives
you instant advice of the immense altitude
you have attained.
"The descent from such a tremendous
height by the parachute is another thing,
though it, too, involves something of the
same sensation, reversed. You seem to see
the earth ascending to meet you, but your
progress downward is so gentle and so
much more deliberate that you ennnot but
know you are going down. This fact is
forcibly impressed upon your mind when
yon cut loose from the balloon.
"The descent, then, until the parachute
fills is as sheer and sudden and direct as
any unpremeditated fall you ever experi
enced, ranging in depth, according to the
volume of wind, from it to 100 feet, and
this Is the most unpleasant part of my
business. The same precaution of holding
the breath is as imperatively nccoesary iu
this (irst fall as it is when you are Hub
merged in the water, nnd in default of
inch precaution you nre equally liable to
strangulation and death u in the water."
fn response to a question ns to the long
est jump she had made iu her career ns nn
aeronaut, Mrs. Homig said that in 1K90,
at Baker's beach, just Inside tho Golden
Gate, at Snn Francisco, she made n per
fectly successful jump from nn altitude
determined by mathematical instruments
to be just a fraction over iiyt miles. She
alighted in the bay, but being fully pro
tected with a life preserver which she al
ways done when exhibiting near rivers,
lakes or otlier large bodies of water she
was nil right when picked up by the boat
man who went instantly to her relief.
Mrs. Romig says, "The easiest placo in
which to land inn body of water or a plow
ed field, but of the two 1 prefer the lield."
Funeral of Mrs. Isaac B. Morgan.
Social of the Christian Endeavor
Society of the Washburn Street
Presbyterian Church Street Com
missioner Kirst Cleaning Up the
Streets Funeral of Mrs. Thomas
(The West Side office of the ScrantO!
Tribuse is located at 188 South Main ave
nue, where subscriptions, advertlaemeuci
aud commuuicutioui will receive prompt
The members of Royal Arcanum, No.
1133, met in their hoadquarters in
(.'lark's hall last evening and gave au
entertainment of a most pleasing na
ture. The movement whs for the pur
pose of bringing the members in social
coutaot and increasing interest in the
organization Speeches were made by
the different members and singing was
indulged iu. RufrasUmeuta consisting
of coffee and suudwiohes were aervod.
Mrs. Isaac B. Morgan Buritd.
The funeral of Mrs. Isano B. Morgan,
an need and respected resident who
died at her home alter an extended
illness with pneumonia, whs largely
attended yesterday. Mauy people
gathered at the family home on North
Bromley avenue, where brief but im
pressive servloes were conduoted by
Rev. W. S. Jones, pastor of the First
Welsh Baptist church, of which the
deceased was one of the oldest mem
bers. Undertaker William Price then
conveyed the remains, followed by a
large concourse of friends, to the First
Welsh Baptist church. The auditorium
of the church was crowded. ntT. w
S. Jones delivered the funeral sermou
iu an eloquent tone, doing justice to
tho memory of the departed one by re
calling her many acts of kindness
which so characterized her.
The remains were encased in a hand
some black casket, upon which rested
a large bouquet of white Easter lilies
and a sheath of wheat. lhe many
other tokens showed the esteem iu
which she was held. After the services
were coucluded the funeral cortege
moved out to Washburn street ceme
terv. where interment was made. The
nail bearers were John Jenkins, Benin
min Hngbea. J. T. Williams, John
Hopkins, Thomas HowelU and Henry
The members and friends of the
Christian Endeavor society of the
Washburn Street Presbyterian church
congregated in the church parlors on
Tuesday evening, where an entertain
ment of a most pleasant natnre was
rendered. The object iu view was to
bring together in a social way the
large number of members who were
unacquainted. Refreshments were
served, and an interesting programme
would leave if they had help. There
will likely be an exodus of these des
perate characters from this county aa
soon as the people who live in the
township are willing to see them go at
the township's expenae. These poor
wretches are victims of circumstance.
They were imported here by tho offi
cials of the new railroad and left to
care for themselves.
The county ia now suffering from an
aftermath of crime uud criminals im
planted during the conatraction of the
road by cheap imported southern labor.
Good citizens of this county now rec
ognize that importation was itself u
crime and are awaiting anxiously for
the good old times of pjace and safety.
ONLY 24 DAYS.
Removing the Mud.
Street Commissioner Kirst li.n ans
wered the prayer of the residents on
this side, as stated in yesterday morn
ing's issue of this paper, and now has a
gang of men at work removing the
winter's supply of dirt f rom our as
of a Day That Will Interest
Many Tribune Readers.
ELM STREET NEEDS A PIPE DRAIN
The Condition of Remington Avenue
Breeding Disease Stephen Guth
einz, a Prominent Man, Dies.
Hickev and Connell Are in Favor of
Sewers Personals and News Notes.
In Briefer Form.
Mrs. Daniel Jenkins, of Pittston, at
tended the funeral of Mrs. Isaac B.
The lunnral of Mrs. Tliomis Johns,
of North Everett avenue, who died ou
Tuesday last, will take place tomorrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock. Services will
be conducted at the home of lisv. W.
S. Jones, pastor of the First Welsh
Baptist church. Interment will be
made in the Washburn Street counter-.
Hie eighth annual meeting of the
Wyoming Congregational Sabbath
School union will be held in the Welsh
Congregational church at Provi ianc
on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 1")
and 10, on which occasion Rsv. George
M. Boynlou, of Boston, Mass., will de
liver an address.
Dr. Thomas Jenkins, of Albany hos
pital, N. Y. , is visiting his parents, Mr,
and Mrs. David Jenkins, on Jackson
The condition of Luther Lewis, of
Eynon street, a patient nt the Albany
hospital, N. Y , is mnch improved.
Mrs. Henry J. Thomas, of Hampton
street, is in receipt of a letter from
London, England, informing her of the
sadness of the death of her sister, Mrs.
Eliza McLean, who died on Feb. 11.
Mrs. Thomas Jenkins, of Wilkes
Bnrre, has returned home after a visit
with friends on this aid".
MissS irah Jones, of Kingston, is the
guest of friends on th West Side.
Arene Dunn and Mrs. Samuels, of
Wilkes-Barre, are visiting relatives
St. David's lodgo, Order of Amerioan
True Ivorites, will hold an eisteddfod
In St. David's hall on March 20 The
chief prize will be 80 for the bast
rendition of "Evening Star," by a
party of not more than thirty voics.
The seventh annual ball of th i Tiri
light Social club will be held in Mens'
hall on March 20
The Dickson Banjo, Mandolin and
Guitar clnb will hold an entertaiument
and social in Mears' hall in the near
FLOWERS (11VITN AWAY.
On Saturday, March 10, from 9 n. m.
to 0 p. in , we will give a beautiful
bouquet to every customer who buys 00
cents worth of goods. Mears & ilageu,
415 Lackawanna avenue,
Fair and Timely Warning-.
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Political Palaver and Other News from a
Special to the Scranton Tribune,
DfitYKA, Pa., March 7. James
Jackson, the newly elected tax collec
tor, assumes the responsibility of that
position duriug the present week. He
tins Died bonds iu the required amount,
Messrs. Cosgrove and Joyce, the two
school directors elected at the recent
election, will take their office the Inst
Monday iu June.
llenrv Curly will be a candidate for
treasurer of the school board. It being
regarded as a matter of courtesy in the
election of this office, aud a custom
heretofore adhered to, to give the pre
ference to tho member who servel
longest ou the board, it is not probable
that Mr. Curly will nave any position.
The probability of n contest ao much
spoken of between Josh Winn, the de
feated candidate for .tax collector, and
James Jackson, seems to have van
ished. The township auditors met during
tho week and accepted tho bonds of the
newly elected supervisors, Dennis Brad'
ley aud Paul Urban becoming security
for James Mouulian for tue responsi
bility of that office.
Dennis Bradley has sufficiently re
covered from an attack committed on
him on election day. so aa to lie around.
The attending physician was Dr. J. P.
Charles Ellis has aecspted a position
as hostler with the Fuller Coal com
pany. A pig sty on the Flynn estate was
entered this we-k and two small pigs
killed and mutilated, it was evidently
the act of a bear, hunted from the
mouutains. He appeased his feroci
ous appetite by devouring the greatest
portion ot tho two pigs.
The new literary society will hold
their first meeting this evening. If
the programme prepared, is n criterion
to go by, and also the names of tlioir
who are to take part, thus who at
teud will be repaid for their visit.
The parties who invaded the Pull
man house a fow ovenines since and
made off with several coats, are likely
to be apprehended in a short time, as
a clue to their identity lini neon dis
covered. James Morahan, the newly elected
supervisor, prior to the commencement
ot his duties connected with lint office,
entered the miues this week with in
tentions of "squaring up" his chamber,
and found a cave-in of tremendous
proportions covering tho entire place,
which appeared perfectly safe after
quitting work the previous ovening.
His almost miraculous escape is the
topic of conversation among the super
inteudents, who contend that a vast
amount of persons have met death at a
time which they contemplate being
their last day in the mine, with a view
of pursuing a different vocation.
The appropriation of $3.60.13 for a
pipe drain on Elm street was thrown
out by the estimates committee,
through the defection of Select Coun
cilman Sanderson. The reason ad
vanced by Mr. Sanderson does not com
nort with the true state of affairs. He
is of the opinion that the pipe drain is
not a necessity. A iniuuNE reporter
visited the vicinity today and oau as
sure Mr. Sanderson that the place is
badly in need of it. Remington ave
nue between Elm atreet aud the Roar
ing brook is a veritable cesspool, and
the stench arising therefrom is enough
to compel the attention of tho boaru
of health. The pipe drain must coma,
or the residents will be heard, and
their appeals will be loud and deep.
Houses for rent oau find no tenants.
Families permanently established there
are suffering from malaria and the
kindred ailments arising from prox
imity to unsanitary ground. Colonol
Sanderson should visit the spot, and be
satisfied as to the conditions existing.
Death of Stephen Outhelnz.
Stephen Gutheinz died Tuesday
tiiirht in the mime of life, aged 12
years. About twenty years ago he
came to Scranton and located on this
aide. He engaged iu the meat business
and accumulated moderate wealth.
He was proprietor of a large meat
market on Cedar avenue, doing a iUur
About two months ago an attoelt of
jaundice confined him to his room.
Other kidney eomidications arose and
bis health kept growing poorer. While
it was not expected that he would
eventually get well, not one dreamed
that he would pass away so quickly,
He was a member ot the South Side
board of trade. German lodge of Odd
Fellows. Leiderkranz Turn Verein
and rii'iigerriinde. lho funeral will
ake place tomorrow afternoon at 2 p,
".. . ,ii , a ..j i
m. Services win oe conuucieu Dy
Rov. Mr. Weber at the Hickory Street
Presbyterian church Burial will be
made Iu the Pittston Avoaue cemetery.
A Portrait of Lewis Cuss.
The state department received from the
New York descendants of Lewis Cass a
half length oil portrnitof the general, who
was secretary of war nnd minister to
France under Jackson nnd secretary of
state under Buchanan. The portrait is
evidently a copy, nnd the comparatively
youthful appearance of the subject as well
ns the glimpse of embroidered wine colored
waistcoat suggests that it may have been
painted in Paris about the year 1HH8, when
Sumner noted iu his journal that "Mr.
Cass is said to live in a style superior to
that of any minister ever sent by Ameri
ca." Washington letter.
BeacUeaton Woera's and Ballantlne's
Ales are the beat. E. J. Wiuu, agent
Dr. C C. Laubacb, dentist, Gas and
Water company building, Wyoming ave
nue. Latest improvements. Eight years ia
DEATH ON THE RAIL.
Leonard Workiz,r Run Dowa and Hor
Special to tlie Scrantun Tribune,
Clark's Summit, March 7. Leonard
Workizer, of La Plume, was run over
and terriblv mangled by No. 8 fast
line about 3 p. m. today on the Glen
He wns walking on tbo down trnck
and met a coal train anil stepped over
onto the np traok In front of No. 8 and
was instantly killed.
NEGRO TRAMPS WARNED.
Citizens of Monroe Will Take Steps to
Drive Tht m from the County.
Fftrcial to the Scranton Tribune.
Stroudsburq, Pa., March 7. The
citizens of Tannervllle aud vioinity,
this county, nnmbering twenty or
more visited a negro camp about six
miles from that place and gave the
darkies to understand tbat they mnst
leave the county at once. The citizens
were armed with shotguns and revol
vers and cowed the tramp darkiea. They
pleaded for mercy and soma of them
cried on account of fear.
They gave the armed cltizsns to un
derstand that they bad no money and
A Hello of Queen "Elizabeth.
There is now In this city, In the posses
slon of Mr. Charles A. llewlns, a valuable
ami Interesting relic of "Good Queen Hess'
ot l.uglund. It is a glove which was worn
by her majesty at her coronation octamO
uies, way back in the year of grace 155SI
It is also interesting ns nn example of the
glove maker s art at that early day. r-ur
prising as it n ay seem, It would ba rt-aaTil
ed as a very good gauntlet, even now. It is
a well known fact that the queen was pos
sessod of n band of more than ordinary
size, nnd many of her courtiers grieved
full sore at the vigorous way she had 0
Using it to cuff t lie eats of liiaprc.su mptli
oils ones. Although this glove was never
in all probability as tight fitting ns n wo
man of rank would demand of a glove to
day for a ceremony of inch Importance,
yet It could DOI have been much ton large
notwithstanding the size, according to
the modern measures, Is H. As it lies 01
a background of blue velvet, carefully lire
served from moth and dust by n frame
of gold and glass, it hIiowb little of its
original beauty. It was evidently of sheep
skin, dressed white, ami its iiinple gaunt
let was handsomely embroidered In goli
with the orb, crown nnd ostrich plumes
the insignia of English royalty. Today
the glove is gray and soiled, nnd the em
broidery la black with tarnish, but its grace
Is st ill there.--Hoslon Transcript.
Couldn't Fool Him.
Waiter (to party from the country, just
seated) Here s the bill or fare, sir.
l.ountrymiiii aow, look here, if you
think PmgWlno to pay uny bill of fare
till I've hnd snaietbin to cat. you're foolin
yourself. Fetch on your vittlcs first.
Tim Other Man.
Benedict Why won't she mnrry
Is there another man in the case?
Singleton I'm afraid there Is.
"That so? Do you know who It Is?"
"Yes her rather!"- -Boston Traveller.
Milwaukee Book Bsar,
Pnbst Milwaukee Rock lieer ou draugh
at John I.oiiat ann h,
UU Lackawanna aveuue.
You are Invited to visit tho Scranton
Cash Furniture Htoro; is now open: 134
and ISA Washington avenue. '
1f you want tho later styles and finish
iu photography, you can get it at UriftlnV
Wyoming avenue. Wo are iutroduciug
new novelties constantly. '
McniuuK's new Turkish bath. Every
thing new, SOU Spruce street, opposite
court House. "
Councilmer.'s Eneraetlc work.
Councilinen Hickey and Connell can
be depended upon when the interests
of the South Side need attention. Of
course we mean no slur on Westpfahi
or Robinson, who are on time when
needed, too. It was too bad that the
atter were not able to succeed in hav
ing the Elm street pipe dram appropri
ation put through. What the four of
them need to tackle and work hard to
bring to a successful finish is
the completion of the sewer in
the Eleventh district. It will require
exertion nuil the tide will have to be
stemmed; but the end justifies the
means, Thero will be dissatisfaction
and determined opposition; but the
swaddling clothes of the southern part
of the city have been cast off. and we
are no longer living in a village. Let
the work be done as economically aa it
can, and the question or expense will
rnde into insignificance compared to
the ultimate benefit derived.
Fenc War Renewed.
For some time John Schwenk. the
well known lnnd dealer, and his step
son, George tjruuberg, nave ueeu at
variance, the questiou at issue being
the title and possession of a strip of
land to which both m claim owaer-
shit). Tint trouble is of long standing
Yesterday the trouble was renewed
when Mr. Grunberg lull Louis
Scbwnss and eight other carpenters go
lown to the place in tho early morning
for the purpose of building a fence on
lines given by Engineer Edmund Bartl.
This time Mr. Schwenk did not resort
to violence. He sought, the more
pacific method and went up town to
ibtain an injunction to prevent what
be considered a case of trespass. When
he got back the fonce was in pofition.
Posts were sunk sixteen feet apart and
hemlock boards nailed lengthwise.
The fence is 800 feet iu length.
Should Be Arrested.
Too much apaco has already been ac
corded to Mrs. Montgomery; but the
people who live in the neighborhood of
Alder street und Kirst alley are tor
mented night and day by her and a
woman nam. d Weiss. Their drunken
revelry seems to be without end. The
police are ready to rid the placo of
them, if a case is made out. Tues
women nre ingenious enough to break
the law daily and still not go far
enough to warrant the officers taking
a baud in.
President Scranton Here.
President Walter t-'crauton, of the
Lackawanna iron and Stool company,
visited the south mill yesterday after
noon and inspected the plant. General
Manager McKiuney and Superintend
ent Stanton accompanied him, and no
tice was taken of places where im
proved machinery might b put in
Whatever changes iu the null were
auggested, they have not been given
for publication ns yet.
Neptune's 0 4 Steamer.
The firm that furnishes the new
steamer to the Neptunes will allow
$1500 on th old one. If the old one can
be fitted np as good as new why not
send it out for repairs and give it to
somo of the companies who could make
good use of hi
To Visit Nebraska.
Dennis Grimes, of Nebraska, has
been the guest for some days of his
brother, Roger Grimes, of Stone ave
nue. Mr. Grimes contemplates re
turning to his western home Monday,
and his nephew. Motorman R. J.
Grimes, yesterday obtained a leave of
absence to acoompany him. Mr. Grimes
expecta to be absent three or four
Had Ten Teeth Palled.
John Roth ni an. of Prospect avenue,
visited a dentist in the central oitv
yesterday, aud before leaving the office
of the man of muscle he had ten of bis
masticators removed. Mr. Rothman
has passed his three-score mile post,
but he went through yesterday's or
deal without the use ot anv of
the pain killers known, to science.
Supplies for Connelr Company.
Chief H, F. Ferber visited the rooms
of the William Connell Hose company
yesterday afternoon and ordered that
body to prepare its two-wheel hose
cart for removal. He will send it away
for repairs. A load of supplies waa left
The manufacturing committee of the
board of trade will meet tomorrow
Division No. 9 Board of America,
Ancient Order Hibernians, will receive
Holy Communion in a body, with full
uniform, on St. Patrick's morning in
St. Joseph's church.
Alfred Shorten. 4 vears old. n son of
Joseph Shorten, of 1317 Pittston ave
nue, is ill with scarlet fever.
James Louuers, over six feet tall, is
afflicted with the measles. He vacapud
the scourge in bis youth.
Oliver Burke, of Bleudow avenue,
was recovering from an attack of ty
phoid fever, but went out too aoon and
is down again with a relapse.
Mrs. Bodeustein, of Philadelphia, is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. G. A. Mil
ler. The Scraneon Athletic club will hold
an important meeting this evening at
the club rooms and overy member is
asked to attend, Several members will
be initiated and important business
will be taken up.
John Humphrey, of Pittston avenue ,
is sich with la grippe.
William Fink and wife, of Reming
ton avenuo, visited Plymouth yester
day. FLOWERS GIVEN AWAY.
On Saturday, March 10, from 9 a. m.
to 9 p. in., we will give a beautiful
bonquet to every customer who buy 50
cents worth of goods. Mears Cc Hagen,
415 Lackawanna avenue.
COLEMAN In Scranton Wednesday nf
ternoon. March 7. A. 11. Coleman, aged
57 years, Fuuoral services will be held
at ou late residence, rt-.T. Jollersou ave
nue, Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock; In
RLANK-Id Scranton, March 7, 1804,
Mary Kuaue. Funeral services will be
held at Bt Patrick's church. Hyde Park,
at n. m. Friday, March V.
Going through our stock we made a careful selection of
NEW SUITS , . .
To close out these odd lot we will sacrifice them,
Our Bargain Counters Filled with Surprises.
Martin & Delany
Coal Exchange, Wyoming Avenue.
Progressive Enchre Prizes.
Tall Flower Vases.
205 Lackawanna Ave.
P B P L
fwiibs R A 1 a
Pt n q n m
Wira lamp Frames for Covering.
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
S The GENUINE New B
I New Yerk wnrerooniB, No.
Hi Fifth avenue.
EC KICKER & CO.,
jg Hi'lo (lualprs In thin section. JJj
m Ortif" Z AilaniH avem;i.
We are now in our
Come and see our
Florey & Holt
Best quality and
220 Lacka. Avenue.
Special for This Com
Men's Cork Sole Lace Sho8,
Goodyear Welt, $4 grade,
Men's Cork Soto Lnoe Shoes,
hand sewed welt,$5 grade, to
Ladies' Dongola, Kid Button,
Patented Tip, Goodyear
welt, Common sense last.all
$4,50 grade, to ba
Ladles' Fine Kid Bntton.cork
soles, hand tnrn, Common
Sense last, only a few pairs
of them, $5 grade, to be...
Ladies' Dull Dongola Button,
double soles. Common Sinse
only, $4 grade closed out at
Miises' Straight Goat Button,
ipring heel, sizes 11 to 2; Qi t A
grade will sell at jliTJ
Boys' School Shoe, button and
lace, sizes 11 to 8; $1.25 will
Sell! Sell! Sell!
This Is the Order of the Day.
Arcade Shoe Store.
Ar at Present the Hoit Popnlar .nit Preferred by
Warcrooms : Opposite Columbus Monument,
205 Washington Av. Scranton, Pa.
We want you to see our new
Spring Stock of
for the season of '94.
Styles all new and nobby.
Made of cloths that will wear.
Stock Larger and
Greater than Ever
You are Welcome, Buy or Not.
HOW LIKE A
MAN HE FEELS
AS T VEAB he had saved 1300.
lj He bought a house worth $1850
paid 1300 down, gave a mort
gage for $1,550. Today ho esti
mates aa follows:
Rrntsavoil $240 00
Interest on mortgage 1W OJ
TaXM and ropers 'It M tin M
Ntt saving on rent n 60
Bayed on salarv ISO 00
To apply on mortgage $'270 SO
BBFLECTION "In FOCB joar that
honaa will be free front debt and 1 ahull
liv a home of my own."
OEBBN BIDOI la the parndlso for
homo. Finn A Sona liHVe recently fin
laheil ii beautiful villa, which they offer,
ou eaay piiyinenta, at H lHflO.
Cnll at their olllee, between Washington
ami Ailnine on l I . .u. . i,
EZRA FINN & SONS.
G. W. OWENS
Cloak Makers and Farriers,
Court House Square.
The Great Marvel of Dental Science
A recent discovery and the sole
Henwood & Wardell,
316 Lackawanna Ave.
WHAT J.Q. 8EAMONSSAYS ABOUT
DBS. IlENWOOD A WARDKLI.:
Aftor having eleven tueth extracted at
one Hitting by tho palnle. method, I pre
noiiuoe it entirely aatlaraetorv In ever
Iinrtleulnr. J. U. SKAtlOKB.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
Thn Specialist on the Eyo. Headnoho.. and
NorvoiiNtiosH relloved. Latest and Improved
Stylo of Eyo (.Masses and Sieotaclog at tho
Lowest Prices. Best Artiucl&l Byes inserted
36 SPRUCE ST., op. Post Office.
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among our roudera. The oflTer. tnade
by Tho Tribune management are
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93.7ft and Four Coupons for a 10
volume set of Dlokens complete
SO CENTS and Four Coupons for
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8A CENTS and Four Coupons for
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