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THE SCRANTOIT TRIBUNE--SATTTOD AY-MORNING. MAY; 18, 1893.
Good storakeeping means progress.
Yesterday's best isn't well enough
for tomorrow; but It is easy to go
from one height to a greater if the
business has a springy, full-of-llfe
atop. Do you keep track of what
is going on at our store? Interest
ing, sorely; you can make it prof
itable if you care to.
Is doing wonders with all out-of-doors.
New life, new beauties
You will say the spirit of the time
is just as potent in-doers, if you
get inside the right doors.
For summer time or any time, and
every price mtllowed by the touch
of masterly buying.
If you've been here once, no need
to say a word about the wonderful
assortment, the startling low
prices, or the charming surround
Handkerchiefs Women's pure linen, real hem
stitched handkerchiefs, hand embroidered-all
we had went with a
rush. Here's a new lot just from
Belfast No more at the low prioes
we are now selling, so far as we
Bilks and all the rest.
Think of what you'd like to get
Come with confidence that the
tuff is here as bright and fresh aa
Don't wait for us to name the
things you want Not one sort in
twenty ever gets a word in our an
nouncements, but they're all here.
All the worrying has been done
for you; styles' chosen, goods se
lected and nothing to pay extra
because they are stylish.
GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT.
lZ'Hgruo street, scranton, pa.
mam CIwum of the Hart,
tn unr, warn, m
He in feto Mala tan treat all dluaiei
f Via My. Mom. S& and Throat, Dy
)apata, Kfeuras.UaB( Lo Vitality, Nerv
ous DcfclUty, PemaJa Waakneaa and Irrag
ttMtttaL VWbtijr loasw and Error of
youth. Last llanhoad, Varlococale, Blood
Paieonlnf, Deisms, Scrofula, It. Vttua
Ipaooa, Maftctca, BHgbt'a Dtaaaaa,
YOUNQ MEN QUICKLY CURED.
TBUS MONTHS' OFPBRj
'Ajy op jraflertnr With Catarrh who
Km to Va permanently, quickly and
Okaaelr cuead may raeaWa tbraa months'
IraaMienC tor only FIVE DOLI.AHB.
Th. doator has dlaeoverad a ipacUla for
thle dreaded rtla.am. You can treat and
eura yoajwurf and family with It at horn.
It never falsi to our. A trial treatment
OITICB HOURS-DaUy, a, m. to 9 p.
In.; Sundaar. 1 to 1
Examine onr new line of Spring
Goods. All of the latest designs
and colorings, and our prices
lower than any other house ia
the trade, for goods of the same
CURTAINS AND SHADES
of every description and quality.
We are overstocked and will sell
at prices about one-half the reg
ular price, as we need the room.
Chicago Cattle Market.
. Union Block Yards, 111., May 17.-Cattla
Receipts, ,4,000 bead; market steady; com
mon to extra steers, I4.35ali.90; stockers
and feeders, $2.70a4.7S; cows and bulls, 12a
4.60; calves, $3a6.66; Texans, $2.60a6. Holts
Receipts, 21,000 head; market strong- and
SalOc. higher; heavy packing- and shipping
lots, 4.4&a4.70; common to choice mixed,
S4.30a4.G5: choice anaort.d, $4.a4.K; light,
$4.2&a4.B7V4; pigs, 3a4.3&. Sheep Keoelpts,
6,000 head; market strong; Inferior to
choice, $2a4.7B; lambs, U60aS.W.
Philadelphia Tallow Market.
Philadelphia, May 17. Tallow la dull
nd unchanged. We quote: City, prime,
In hhds, 4fta4ttc; country, prime, In bbls,
4c.; do. dark, In bbls, 4a4Kc; cakas, 4ftc.;
erraaaa, 29437Ac ..
THE WORLD OF BUSINESS
. STOCKS AND BONDS. .
New York, May 17. The trading- at
the stock exchange was characterised
by considerable irregularity In the flrat
horn- of bualneaa and the reaaon for
this was the selling for London account
and the disposition on the part of the
local operators to Hike prollts In the
grangers and Vanderbllts. While this
was going on another set of traders
were buying heavily of the industrials,
and more particularly of sugar. This
stock was in sharp demand and moved
up easily to 119. A trader who has been
active In the stock from par up pre
dicted today that It will sell at 131 cx
the July dividend. Chicago Gas was
stronger on western advices that the
company will secure the legislation it
desires and the stock roBe to 7&'4. The
market as a whole did not display any
activity or atrenght, however, until the
announcement was made from Boston
thut the Burlington and Qulncy di
rectors had declared the usual quarterly
dividend of 1, per cent. This started up
a lively Inquiry for the grnnpri-rs. and
these Btocks sold at the best figures In
month. The street now believes thut
the Northwest company will pay its
usual dividend on the common In July.
The rlso In the market was a surprise
ro the general run of traders who have
been extending their short lines. Net
changes in the active list Bhow gains
of Halty per cent, the grangers k-udlng.
Totnl sales, 4L7.3D0 shares.
The run co of today's prices for the ac
tive stocks of the New York stock mar
kct are glvi-n below. The quotations are
furnished The Tribune by Q. du B. Dim
mlck, manager for William Linn, Allen Ik
Co., stoi-k brokers, 412 Spruce street.
Op'n- HlRh- Low- Clos
ing, est. est. lug.
Am. Tobacco Co IMVi W7H WVi UM4
Am. Cot. Oil so so 80 )
Am. Butrur Ke'g Co.ll74 119 1174 1WV4
Atch., To. & 8. Fe... i h IW .Us
Can. South to Ml. W'4 66
Chcs. & Ohio 22 23', IH4 23i
Chicago Gas 7Mi 704 74- 7-14
Chle. & N. W Ki 1C0'4 WHi '
Chic. B. & Q m 81 70'. ui
C. C. C. & St. Li 45 454 V 44 in
Chic, Mil. & St. P... 07H St1 67'4
Chic, H. I. at H RH4 W C5
Delaware & Hud 1314 UH. 131V,
D. , L. & W K2't ltS's llK'4 162-fc
Dlst. C. F 23 24 SMs '7
Gen. Electric 34s 31 34 84'4
III. Central W 97 W'4 97
Lake Shore 117 147 1474 147V4
Louis. & Nash 69 69 69 6
Manhattan Ele 117 117 1UU4 "i
Mich. Central 102 102 1024 102
Mo. Pacltic 29 29 29 29
Nat. Cordage 6'j 6 i 6
Nat. Lead 35 85 S3 36
N. J. Central 99 99 99 99
N. Y. Central 103 103 102 IK!
N. Y. & N. E 42 42 62 42'i
N. Y., L. E. & W 13 13 13 13
N. Y., S. & W 13 13 13 18
N. Y., S. & W Pr... S7 37 37 37
Nor. Pacific 7 7 f
Nor. Pacltic, Pr 24 24 23 23
Ont. 4 West 18 IS 18 18
Phil. & Read 19 20 19 20
Southern R. R 14 14 14 14
Tenn., C. & 1 24 20 24 20
Tex. Pacific 13 13 13 13
Union Pacltic 16 16 15 15
Wabash 9 9 0
Wabash, Pr SO 20 20 20
West. Union 93 93 92 93
U. S. Leather 21 21 20 20
U. 8. Leather, Pr.... 92 92 92 92
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE PRICES.
Open- High- Low- Clos
WHEAT. Ing. est. est. Ing.
July 69 70 en 7o
September 69 To OS 70
June 28 28 28 28
July 28 28 28 2S
September 2 27 26 27
July 51 62 61 61
September 62 62 51 62
July 6.70 6.70 6.67 6.70
September 6.85 6.85 6.82 6.85
July 12.25 12.25 12.12 12.15
September 12.50 12.50 12.35 12.40
Scranton Board of Trade Exchange
Shs. Val. STOCKS. Bid.
20 50 Dime Dep. & Dls.
Bank 62 50
10 100 First Nat'l Bank 600
20 100 Oreen R'ge Lum'r Co ....
100 100 Lacks. Lumber Co... 110
E 100 Lacka. Trust & Safe
10 100 Scra'n Savings Bank. 200
10 100 Scra'n Lace Cur. Co
6 100 Scranton Fprglng Co 100
25 100 Third Nan Bank....' 350
6 100 Nat'l Boring A Drill
ing Co, Pr
45 100 Thuron Coal Land Co ....
1 100 Scranton Bedding Co ....
4 100 Scranton Axle Works ....
10 100 Scranton Glass Co
2 100 Scranton Jar & Stop
40 100 Dickson Mfg Co
60 60 Lackawanna & Mont
60 100 Traders' Nat'l Bank
25 100 Bonta Glass Co
50 100 Spring Brook Water
5 100 Elmhurst Boulevard
40 60 Anthracite Laod and
30 1000 Scranton Trac. Co
2 600 Econ'y Steam Heat
A Power Co
8 100 Madison Avenue Im
provement r ....
5 600 Scranton Glass Co
25 100 Kushbrook Coal Co.
New York Produce Market.
Now York, May 17. Flour Firmer.
Wheat Dull, firmer; No. 2 red store and
elevator, 73c; afloat, 74a74c; f. o. b., 74a
74c; ungraded red, 68a76c; No. 1 north
ern, 78a78'c. ; options higher at close, Ir
regular: May.. 73c: June, TMc; July,
73c; August, 73c; September, 74c;
October, 74Vfcc; uecemDer, i-o. jorn
Firmer; No. i, 65a66c. elevator; 66a57c.
afloat; steamer mixed, 56a57c; options
firm, dull: May, 66c; July, 60c; Sep
tember, 67c. Oats Firmer; options dull,
firmer; May, 81c; June, 81c: July,
S2c; spot prices, No. 2, Hc; No. 2 white,
364a36c.; No. 2 Chicago, S3a33c; No.
8, 21c; No. 3 white, S6Ci; mixed western,
33a36c.; white state and western, 37a42ttc.
Provision Quiet, steady, unchanged.
Lard Firmer; western steam, $6.90; city,
16.15; May, 18.87; July, 17) refined, firmer;
continent, $7.26; South America, $7.65; com
pound, 5a6o. Butter Steady; state dairy,
10al6c.; do. oraamery, 17c; westorn dairy,
7a12c; do. creamery, new, Hal7o.; do. old,
8al8c; do. factory. 7al0c; Elglns, 17c; Im
itation creamery, 8al3a. Cheese Quiet,
weak, unchanged. Eggs Firm; state and
Pennsylvania, 18c; western frenh, 13a
1414c; southern, 12al3c; duck, 12al6c.
The Silver Markot.
New Tork, May 17. Bar silver In Lon
don today was Arm and up 1-lCd. to 30
11-lRd. per ounce. The local markot, while
dull, was also Arm In tone and commercial
bars ruled a shade higher at 67c. bid and
67c. asked. Mexican dollars were un
changed, at 63o.
The Mercantile Safe Deposit company
holds 269,784 ounces of silver bullion,
against whloh 297 certificates are out
standing, consisting of 34 brown and 203
green. - i.
New Tork, May 17. Exports today, $92,
000; Imports, none. - Tba total Imports
since Jan. 1 have been $17,969,621, and ex
Toledo Grain Markot.
Toledo, O., May 17. Wheat Receipts,
72,890 bushels; shipments, 2,600 bushels;
market firmer; No. 2 red cash and May,
73c; Juno, 73c. July, 71c; August,
71c; September, 71Vic. Corn Receipts,
4,101 bushels; shipments, 8,600 bushels;
market Arm; No. .2 mixed, July, D2o.
Oats Nothing doing.
Pittsburg, May IT. Oil opened and low
est, 170; highest, 172; closed, 171 here aod
at Oil City. . . . .,
The Pennsylvania Steel company has
on hand sufficient order for rails and
structural material to keep their Steel
ton plant working full time throughout
B. J. Coblelgh and Qwylllam Evans
of the Kingston Coal company were at
Carbondale the other day Inspecting
the electrical hauling system, with a
view of adopting It at their mines.
The Reading ia mining at a terrible
rate Jut to ahow, no doubt, what It can
do when It la aroused. Although it la
only wroklng half time it Is producing
at the rate of more than 12,000,000 tons
a year. This ia equal to 30 per cent, of
40,800,000, the output of an entire year.
The extensive Iron works operated by
ex-National Republican Chairman B.
F. Jones at Pittsburg, has voluntarily
advanced the wages of all skilled work
men 10 por cent. The wages of labor
ers remain at $1.20 per day, About
4,000 men participated In the advance.
The Republic Iron works will resume
with 600 men on Monday.
A reorganization of the executve
department of the Central Railroad of
New Jersey Is to be made. Vice-President
George F. Baker la to become
chairman of the board of directors and
will take charge of the finances of the
company. Mr. Maxwell will continue
president and will direct the bunlness
affair of the company, while General
Traffic Manager. Lowrle Bull will be
come flrat vice-president, and will have
charge of the traffic and operating de
partments. Mr. Boll was for many
years connected with the Reading rail
road, and Is reckoned one of the ablest
railroad officials in the country.
The atutement of shipments of an
thracite coal (approximated) for the
week ended May 11 indicates that so
fur this month the companies are keep
ing close to the output agreed upon.
Shipments for the week aggregated
784,982 tons, a dally average of 112.140
tons. If this averagelH not exceeded the
remainder of the month of May's total
production will not be larger thnn the
agreed output 3.600.000 tons- as a dally
average production of 112,140 tons
would make 3.476.340 tons for the
month. Compared with the same week
last year, last week's shipments da
creased 72,360 tons entirely from the
Wyoming and Lehigh regions, ship
ments from Schuylkill region having
Increased 28.580 tons. This Is a signifi
cant fact, as the week's shipments
from the Schuylkill region aggregated
262,285 tons, or about one-third the to
tal, or 33 per cent. The Reading, how
ever, Is not the only shipper from that
Harry Searles, of Thompson, has ac
cepted a position in the store of O. H.
Watrous. Robert Beebe, who formerly
was with Mr. Watrous, has gone to
Blnghamton, and is now employed by
Hills. McLean & Williams.
The road scraper has been in opera
tion for some days and already some of
the streets are beginning to show, a
marked Improvement. The grass on
Monument square has also been cut
and Montrose Is certainly becoming
Among those who attended the arch
deaconry services at New Mllford dur
ing the week were: Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Alney, Rev. E. A. Warriner,
Miss Florence Lathrop, Mrs. C. Faurot,
Misses Mary Miller, Annie Miller, Mrs.
J. Brewster McCollum, Mrs. Rufus
Scott, Miss Angle Payne, George Mack
and Willett Munger.
C. A. Van Wormer will deliver the
Memorial Day oration at Auburn.
National Guardedly speaking, Where,
oh, where is Carbondale at?
Hon. Qalusha A. Grow visited In
Montrose on Wednesday.
Professor B. E. James is now enjoy
ing a vacation. Professor and Mrs,
James expects to go to Chautauqua
during the summer.
George H. Watrous will move to his
new store, on South Main street, on
Wirt Conklln, who has been attend
ing the medical department of the
University of Pennsylvania, at Phila
delphia, Is visiting his parents.
Miss Nettle Clary has returned from
a short visit with her uncle, at Tunk
hannoak. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Warner, of
Chicago, are the guests of Mrs. Ann
Lyons, of Church street.
Will H. Jessup, Jr., and son, of Scran
ton, who have been visiting Hon. and
Mrs. W. H. Jessup, returned on Friday.
h. F. Searles, of Thompson, Is regis
tered at the Exchapge hotel,
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sayre have re
turned from a trip south.
The annual muster and Inspection of
Company G was held on Thursday
night, aa already given In The Tribune.
It seemed as if all Montrose was at the
the armory to see the company reju
vlnated and staple perpetuated. -Colonel
Couraen said so many nice things
about the boys that It would be im
possible to tell of them all, and Adju
tant Miller, as Inspecting officer, of
course could not express his opinion,
but he certainly will not for an Instant
disagree with the colonel.
Speaking of National Guard compa
nies and the way In which they are or
ganized, Lieutenant McCausland tells
of a ludicrous event which recently
happened. A young man had listened
to him for some half hour, during
which time he had been told what was
expected of a soldier, that he would
have to present a neat appearance and
for every drill must shave beforehand.
The young man said: "Mr. McCaus
land, do I honestly have to shave?"
"Tea," said the lieutenant. "Well," he
remarked, "all right but I never have
yet." "I looked at him," said the nar
rator, "and, sure enough, hie face was
as smooth as a baby's."
Plloa! Pllos! Itching Pllos.
Symptoms Moisture; Intense Itching
and stinging; most at night; worse by
scratching. If allowed to continue tumors
form, which often bleed and ulcerate, be
coming very sora. Bwanyo's Ointment
stops the Itching and bleeding, heals ul
ceration, and In most cases removes the
tumors. At druggists, or by mall, for 60
cents. Dr. Swayna Son, Philadelphia.
As an effect of the generosity of Mrs.
C. B. Hackley, of Tarrytown, N. Y.,
we may soon have a free kindergarten
here. On Thursday Silas Leach, esq.,
representing Mrs. Hackley, . was here
looking up a location for the proposed
school, and it Is understood that he Is
satisfied with the outlook for such an
Institution. Mr. Leach was accom
panied on his visit through the town
by Mr. Williams, of the firm of Jones,
Simpson ft Co. Several plaoes were
vlBlted, but no' place has finally aa yet
been selected. It , is said that Mrs.
Hackley at first Intended to establish
a manual training school here, but
upon second thought decided on Scran
ton, hence the recent generous gift to
the Young Men's Christian association.
The establishment of a kindergarten
will be heartily appreciated by our peo
ple. Dr. Reeves, 412 Spruce St., Scranton'i
greatest specialist, should be consult
ed ca all nervous disease. : -
The funeral of Jason Dlekerman oc
curred at this place Monday afternoon.
He was formerly one of our leading
business men, but for the paat few years
had been an invalid., He was 71 years
Eugene Casey, of Oxford, was visit
ing in town this week.
Miss Maud Wilcox haa opened a select
school in the Matthews house, at the
south end of Main street.
The Epworth League will hold Me
morial Day exercises at the Methodist
Episcopal ohurch on Decoration Day.
Jask frost did great damage to the
grape and strawberry vines in this
vicinity during the past few nights.
The annual convention of the County
Sunday school association will be held
In the Hopbottom Methodist Episcopal
church May 21 and 22.
A party of Montrose lawyers and edi
tors captured several line "strings" of
fish out of Heart Lake this week.
. Mr. Griffin of Heart Lake, Is improv
ing his cottages, and so forth, prepara
tory to making the heart of the summer
The Pancoast Coal company will pay
lta employes today. The pay will be
light this month.
Jack Front did a deal of damage In
this place on Thursday night.
Dr. Reeves, 412 Spruce at., Scranton,
cures blood poisoning, rheumatism,
neuralgia, pimples, blotches, etc.
Services tomorrow in the Baptist
church at 10.30 a. m.; Sunday school at
2 p. m., and preaching- at 7 p. m.
The ladies or the Methodist Episco
pal church will hold a fair May 18 and
20 In tho Borough hall. A large as
sortment of fancy articles will be on
sale at the different booths. Refresh
ments will be served each evening un
der the care of competent ladles. The
entertainment will consist of recita
tions, vocal and Instrumental music.
Among- -t-hose who will take part are
C. D. Sanderson, W. H. Langon, J.
King, the Misses Smith, Suxu and
Case. Admission to the hall, adults,
10 cents; children 6 cents.
H. H. Bellman, F. W. Cook, of Scran
ton, and L. A. Patterson, of Carbondale,
were registered at the Allen House yes
Elaborate programmes are being
printed for the entertainment to be
given by the Wyoming Glee club at
the Methodist Episcopal church May 29.
Kitty Cloud, the well-known trotting
horse, was sold at auction yesterday.
She was bid In by Charles McArdle for
A heavy frost covered the ground
Thursday night, and tender plants were
great suffereia. Ice froze ft Inch thick.
If tho llaby Is Cutting Teeth.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over Fifty Years by Millions of
Mothers for their Children while Teething,
with Perfect Success. It Soothes the
Child, Softens the' Gums, Allays all Pain;
Cures Wind Colic, and Is the best remc.ly
for Diarrhoea. Sold by Druggists In ev
ery part of the world. Be sure and ask for
"Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup," and
tako no other kind. Twenty-five cents a
Miss Grace Crock and Genevieve
Bacon go to Blnghamton today to
spend the Sabbath,
Dr. Reeves, 412 Spruce St., Scranton,
specialist on female weaknesses and
The Universallat society waa held at
Mrs. N. L. Shields', Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Williams go to
Weatherly today to visit the former's
sister, Mrs. G. W. Heminger.
Is the Foundation of
the Wonderful Cures by
That is Why the cures by Hood's
Sarsaparilla are Cuuks.
That is Why Hood's Sarsaparilla
cures tho severest cases of Scrofula,
Salt Rheum and other blood diseases.
That Is Why it overcomes That
Tired Feeling, strengthens tho nerves,
gives energy in placo ol exhaustion.
That is Why the testimonials for
Hood's Sarsaparilla arc solid facts,
and will stand the closest investigation.
That is Why the sales of Hood's
Sarsaparilla have increased year after
year, while other preparations of less
merit havo come, held a little tem
porary favor, and are heard of no more.
That is Why Hood's Sarsaparilla
requires the largest Laboratory in tho
world. ' That is Why
Is the Only
True Blood Purifier
Prominently in the public eye today. Be
sure to get Hood's and only Hood's.
Hood's Pills ZLSpZSS&SSS
Offers all their piece goods, consisting of Ginghams, Chellies,
Muslins of any variety, Casslmeres, Toweling, Outing Flannel,
to close out the. entire stock of the above at halt price. They are
Going Into the Gents' Furnishing Goods only, and this stock of
piece goods must be sacrificed at any rate. Do not delay, but
come at once and secure the bargains of this great sale. Nain
sooks, Double Swisses and all White Goods must be closed, no
matter what the price will be. The stock must be closed inside
of 30 days to make room for our Gents.' Furnishing line. Be on
lookout Monday, great bargain day.
EMPIRE DRY GOODS COMPANY,
G00D3AH'S CUT PRICE
DH f. B.
312 Wyoming Ays.
Read what Mrs. M. A. Brown
has to say of her wonderful euro:
Mrs. M. A. Brown, residing; at No. 733
Capouse avenue, when Interviewed,
made the following startling announce
ment : "About four years ago I con
tracted catarrhal bronchitis, which
caused me great suffering. With this I
woa taken wttih the grippe, since which
the catarrhal bronchitis had been very
much aggravated by catarrti of the
huad and throait. I also suffered with
nervous prostration, and felt more tired
on arising when retiring. 'I had severe
pains over the eyes and all throug-h
my head. No one knows how I suffered.
After having tried any number of phy
sicians and medicines, but to no avail, I
had given up all hopes of recovery,
when I was Induced to tfo see Dr.
Smith. I did so, and from the llrst be
gan to Improve rapidly. This waa
three weeks ago, and today I am a well
woman. I cannot express my gratitude
but I heartily recommend any one suf
fering as I did to Dr. Smith. He will
cure you." Dr. Smith will give free Il
lustrated lectures and publicly heal the
sick wt Music Hall, Lackawanna ave
nue, every afternoon this week at 2
o'clock. He will also deliver a free
Illustrated lecture to men only n.t Music
Hall Sunday afternoon at 5 o clock.
Next week's lectures will consist of
open lectures the forepart of the week,
To ladles only latter part of week. Dr.
Smith will cure all diseases of chonic
nature that have been pronounced In
curable. Consultation free. Parlors,
312 Wyoming avenue. Office hours, 9
a. m. to 5 p. m. daily except Sundays.
230 Lackawanna Ave., Scranton,
Such suits you never
saw. There is no doubt
about it. Their garments
are stylish and well made,
and cheap is no name
for it. Test this asser
tion and see for your
selves if they don't speak
the truth. If there is
one thing we take more
pride in than another it is
Which at present is filled
with the most complete
assortment, from cheap
little suits costing $1.00,
to the most expensive
kind that the proudest
parent wishes to don on
her little ones.
SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK:
Child's Suit, Consisting Q or
ol Pants and Waist, jp LO
Two Pairs of Knee OC
Pants . Lt)
Children's Wash Suits,
Children's Jersey Suits J
230 Lackawanna Ave.
SIGN OF THE BELL
STME, OLD STAND.
4DQ402 LACKAWANNA AVE,
K, IfS. lis
HUH IK 1
, Carpetings ;
INDUCEMENTS TO BUYERS:
Our policy is to offer greater inducements than other
Stores better assortment, handsomer patterns, lower prices.
We want your custom and your friends' custom; that's
why we leave no effort unspared. .
The best makes and finest designs, including many pri
vate patterns in
WILTONS, AXMINSTERS, MOQUETTES,
YELYETS, BRUSSELS, TAPESTRIES,
AND INGRAIN CARPETS.
Selected with a view to matching this season's best
styles of decorations. Mattings from China and Japan.
f 1 A 92 r e nest quality 40-yard rolls; a good
P heavy quality at $6.00; the $5.00 quality at
$4.00, with twenty in-between prices.
406 and 408
BRANCH AT CARBONDALE.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURINGCO
SCRANTON AND WILKES-BAR RE, PA., Manufacturer of
Locomotives, Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
Qeneral Office: SCRANTON, PA.
And all branches of mercantile life are operated on a credit baala. Why
should you hesitate to purchase goods by v .
"ICCONOMY'S" ' i
IEiASY WAY TO PAY ' r
Especially when we offer them at prices much lower than the so-called
"Cash Houses ?"
In the window, "that he who runs may read." Three reasons tor
selling $20.00 Sideboards for $13.00-Need room so badly; we pay
In lessened prioes to jet It; there's eighteen of 'em.
TWO OTHER PRICE HINTS
$25.00 Sideboard, handsomely carved Antique Oak, 75 in. high, 42 in.
wide, 21 in. deep, with oval peach beveled mirror, 22x14 inches, gener
ous liuen drawer and lined silver c rawer.
TO MAKE ROOM, $15.00
$20.00 Sideboard, much like the twenty-five dollar one, but has
24x14 in. German bevel mirror. .
TO MAKE BOOM, $14.00
Due to Rainy Days we have some of the TooFlne BABY COACHES
left one-third Less than Regular Prices, Call and buy one.
Japan-inserted 17 oenU a yard; It's our twenty-five cent kind. a Oth
ers thirty. China Mattings, $3.75 a roll.
Our Specialty, 65 Cents Upwards.'
ECONOMY FURNITURE GO
aas and aar Wyoming Avenue. .
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