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THE SCRAN TON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. JANUARY 4. 1894.
IN GREAT VARIETY.
No Fake Sale in Ours
We hnve better bargains every flay in
Ire year than no-culled "barpnl a ' ditya, "
"clearing rales, " and such well-known,
worn-out, played-out schemes will afford.
For real bnrBains iu FIRST-CLASS NEW
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Popular, reliable and within your reach.
HALLET & DAVIS
Have taken oyer 100 first premiums In
Ibr past fifty years.
Other makes of Planru. Four mslces of
Orpann in beautiful new designs. See our
stock before buying. We have the uoodt.
Cur prices arts right. Everything m the
STELLE k SEELEY
IS4 Wyoming. Ave., Scranton. P
EEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE GENUINE POPULAR
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WEST SIDE VIADUCT
Special Committee Meets and Discusses Piaus
for Its Erection.
What This Instumfloint Sum Will
Whn Propsrlv Managed.
A dime is not particularly larize
sum of money and not much can be
accomplished with it. A great many
people think nothing of spending many
dimes every day fur cigars or other
luxuries that th y could just as well
get along without, and such expendi
tures are usually made with the
mental apology that "it is only a dime
But small as is the little silver piece
nnd insignificant :i9 are its apparent
possibilities, yet when properly man
aged it may be made to procure one of
those levers which move tho world.
Many people expand thousands of dol
lars upon their own or their children's
education, and it has como about that
an e Incatiou is regarded as one of the
costly luxuries only to be attained by
This is an erroneous idea, as will be
demonstrated, and it will furthermore
be shown that for the insignificant sum
of a dime, put away daily for a short
time in the savings bank furnished by
ThI Tribune, anyone may obtain pos
session of an epitome of all the knowl
edge of ti e wisest men in the world
This may look like an exaggeration,
but it is literally true.
Everybody knows what the Encyclo
pedia Hritauniea is. It is a collection
of articles upon every imaginable topic
under theiQD, written by scholars and
students of the highest rank, It cost
millions of dollars to gather this infor
mation and put it into available shape,
ind until recently it has only been pos
sible for p uple of ample means to take
advantage of this unequalled reservoir
But now Tue Tribune has stepped
into the educational arena and put
within the reach of its subscribers the
entire magnificent get of twenty five
volumes, supplemented to date, at a
pric3 less than one-fourth heretofore
asked, Aud more than that, it has ar
ranged nutters so that for a single
dime put away daily afbyone may
obtain possession of this great work,
and thus have at command the best
education that can be conceived.
If yon cannot call during the day,
come Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday
evenings. This offer must necessarily
close in a short time. Do not delay
but settle the matter to your own mind
at once by ordering a set.
PRESENTATION OF THE BELL.
Exercises to Be Held at No. 25 School,
Providenc-, This Afternoon.
ThiB afternoon the exercises Incident
to the presentation of the new bell to
No. 25 school at Providence, will take
place. They will be held in tho audi
torium of the school, which has a seat
ing capacity of H00, and will begin at 3
p. in. The programmo arranged is :
Soug, "Kinging of the Bells,"
School No. 25.
Professor L. A. Lange, principal
Presentation of Bell to Building Com
mittee J. U. Hopewell
North End Board of Trade Konresenta-
tive Rev. O. E. Guild
Acceptance of Bell on Behalf of Board.
F. L. Wormser
Kinging of the Bell. .Scholar of the School
School Controller Georgo Mitchell'
Addres Sept. G. W. Phillips
School Controller Chas. H. Von Storch
Remarks Rev. R. S. Jones, D. D.
Remarks Prof. L. A. Lange
Bong, "My Country 'Tis of Thee,"
In connection with the xercises the
people of the North End will have an
opportunity of inspecting the new
building. The two hours prior to the
opening of the exercises will be tie.
voted to the public inspection of the
school, The bell was secured for the
school through the untiring and patri
otic efforts of John U Hopewell, edi
tor of the Providence Kegister, who
will today makd the presentation
Beadleaton ft Woers's and Ballan tine's
Ales are the beet. E. J. W albh, agent,
Remington Typewriters and Edison
Phonographs for sale and rent. Copying
work executed. Phonographs rented for
an eveuing's entertain mont. Telephone
2m Edw. Gnnster, Jr., 433 Spruoe
A new bicycle worth 7o will be sold for
f86. The machine Is guaranteed and is a
rare bargain. Machine may be seen at the
COMPANIES TO BE ASKED TO HELP
It Is Proposed to Build a Bridge
Thirty-Four Feet Wide from Sev
enth Street to Ninth Street for
$35,O00-Committee Will Wait on
Delaware, Lackawanna and West
ern and the Scranton Traction
Tbe committee appointed by coun
cils to consider the question of a via
duct over the Delaware, Lackawauna
and Western crossing OH West Lacka
wanna nvenu met last evening in the
city engineer's office and discussal va
rious plana. There were present Mayor
Counell, City Engineer Phillips, Sefeot
Coancllmen F. H. demons, James
Manley and Common Counoilmen T. B
Howe and T. Ells north D.ivles.
City Engineer l'biliips submitted
plans foa n viaduct from Seventh to
Ninth atretts. It is proposed to make
this viaduct with a roadway twenty
two feet wide, two sidewalks, each six
feet wide, ana double street car tracks.
It is also proposed to pave the road
way from Seventh street to the cross
ing and from the opposite silo of the
crossing to Ninth street with vitrified
brick ou a lis inch bottom of concrete.
Over the tracks will be a double floor
ing, or what is known as a regular
flooring of twenty inch plank with a
surface of three inch plank.
COST OF PROPOSED STRUCTURE.
The plans disouesed last evening
were all good and the cost will be less
than $35,000 It is proposed to ask the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
railroad and the Scranton Tractou com
pany to bear u share of the expanse of
buildiug the viaduct. Each of the com
panics will bo asked to contribute
oue third of the cost and the city will
stand the other third. Mayor Counell,
City Itugiueer Phillips aud T.Eilswortu
Davies, were appointed a sub-commit
tee to call on the representatives of
both companies and see what they will
do regardmg the proposition.
Councilman Davlos stated that the
same plan was uow iu use in Reading
and also in Harrisburg, and that it
gave excellent uatisfaction at both
places. The proposed plan will not
interfere with the busines places oil
that portion of the avenue, as they
will have accesj to the present road
way just the same. lhe viaduct
would be built upon iron truss -s the
same as the elevated railroads, leaving
plenty of roadway beneath the via
COST OF THETW0 BRIDGES.
Careful Estimate Piaoi tbe Figure at
The special committee appointed by
councils to investigate the matter of
the proposed bridges between Spruce
and Front streets, aud between Linden
and Swetland streets held a meeting iu
City Engineer Phillips offic last even
ing. mere were present . Jv itoua
than, Colonel Sandersoii, City Engi
neer Phillips nnd John E. Roche.
1 he plan the committee have decided
to report to tho councils this evening
is to build the Linden street bridge and
build a surface road from the Swetland
street terminus to the Swetland street
City Euginer Phillips and W. W.
Williams of the Grotou Bridge com
pany, of Groton, N Y , bave been fig
uring on the plans for both bridges for
the last couple of days and announce
that both structures uan be erected for
Guitar club added materially to the
success of the concert, and played the
numbers assigned to it in an artistic
LADIES OF THE G. A. R.
Officers of Circle Mo. 19 Are Installed by
John T. Howe.
John T. Howe on Wednesday even
ing installed the following officers of
Circle No. 19, Ladies' Auxiliary to the
Grand Army of the R-ipnblic.
President, Mrs. M. D. Roche, jr. ;
vice-president, Mrs. Lottie GrofT;
treasurer, Sirs. E A. Scull; secretary,
Mrs. Mary Atwater; conductress. Mrs.
Kate Acker; guard, Mrs. J. B. Chand
ler. Short addresses were made by sev
eral of the visiting comrades, nnd re
citations by Misses Pansy Washburn
and Nellie Tuttle were given in ex
A gold jeweled badge was presented
to Mrs. E. A. Scull, the retiring presi
dent. The presentation speech was
made by A. J. Colborn. John T.
Howe also male an address, dwelling
at some length upon the admirable
work being done by the ladies of tho
Grand Army of the Republic
wedding It the Cathedral.
Mist Elizabeth Malion Married to Dr.
J. J. Walsh.
Miss Elizabeth Mahon, of 01 1 Mul
berry street, was married at (5:!i0 last
evening at St. Peter's cathedral to Dr.
J. i. Walsh, of tho South Side. The
cathedral was prettily decoraeed and
brilliantly illuminated for the occasion
and as the bridal party stool
before Rev. J. A. O'Reilly, who per
formed the ceremony, it presented a
very pleasing picture.
For some time prior to tho hour fixed
for the ceremony the cathedral was
crowded with the manv friends of the
bride and groom. At 0 :10 the notes of
Mendelssohn's wedding mtreh ponied
forth from the grand organ, at which
Haydn Evans presided, and the wed
ding partv proceeded up the main aisle.
The ushers, Dr. F L McUraw. At
torney R. J. Murray, James Mnlion,
Charles Nolan and James Walsh, of
Waymnrt, led followed by the brides
maid, Miss Mams Mahon, sister of the
bride. Thou came the bride leaning
on the arm of her brother, Bernard
Mahon. At the sanctuary rail the
groom and his attendant, his broiher,
Frank Walsh, of Way mart, met the
party. The brid was attired in a
white Bengaline silk ornamented with
pearl trimmings. A whito tulle veil
fell grncefnlly over her shoulders and
she carried a bouquet of white roses.
Her attendant wore n salmon colored
silk, trimmed with velvet and silver
ornaments She carried pink roses.
As the wedding party left the church
Soedermann's weddiug march was
A reception was held at the bride's
home, which was largely attended.
Among those from ont of town who
were present were Mr. and Mtn,
Thomas Loftus and Mr. and Mrs. E.
T. Jordan, Pittaton; Robert and
Thomas AtkinBon, Wilkes-Barre;
.Tames Kelly, Pittstnn; Miss Lizzio
Moyies, Archbald; Misses Sarah and
Mary Walsh, Waymart, and Miss
Mamie Hennigan, Honssdale, Dr.
and Mrs. Walsh have gone on a wed
ding tour, wblc'i will include a visit
to Now York, Philadelphia aud other
Dr Walsh is one of the best known
practitioners of the city and his bride
is a very popular young lady. She has
l)?en a school teacher at Olyphant nnd
was a member of the choir of St.
GRIMES' CELLAR DOOR.
William Connell Was Not Ablt to Be
Present to Address the Chair.
The Cambro-Araerican Choral so
ciety met in Yuuug Men's Chrlstiau
association hall last evening for re
hearsal, there was a large attend
ance and tho music was well sung for
the hrst time.
It was expected that William Con
nell, president of the choir, would ad
dress the members, but he sent the fol
Scranton, Jan. 3, 1894.
To tbe Cambro-Ainertcau Choral Society:
Uentlemeu: It Had been my intention
to be with you at your rehearsal this
evening, but not having felt very well lor
a few days pant, prndenco dictate my
Btaying indoors at present.
1 regret very much that 1 am to he de
nied at this time the pleasure of hearing
you and noting thu progress you have
made, but 1 hope to have that pleasure in
tbe near future. In the raeautime I hope
you may keep up your enthusiasm aud
continue to work as you commenced, with
tbe Intention of leaving nothing uudoue to
attain the highest rank as a representative
choir of your people aud your community.
I want to assure you of my continued
interest in your work aud my intention to
be with you at the earliest opportunity.
Very truly yotiis,
WILLIAM CoN N :.i a.
ON THE DEATH Of L. I. SEELEY.
Scranton Conclava No. 117, I. O. H.,
Passes Suitable Resolutions.
At a special meeting of Scranton
Conclave No. 117, Improved Order
Ileptas6phs, held at their hall Jan. 3.
the following preamble and resolutions
were adopted :
Whereas, death lius once more entered
our Conclave and taken from us Brother
Leverett I Seeley; therefore,
Resolved, That iu the death of Brother
Seeley this commuulty ba lost a citizen
of the highest integrity, and this Conclave
n member whose life adorned bis fraternal
Resolved, That we sym pathize with his
stricken family aud sorrowiug friends,
and that we attend his funeral services in a
Resolved, That our charter be draped in
mourning for thirty day, and that these
resolutions be spread upon ihe minutes of
our conclave and copy thereof be engrossed
and presented to tho esteemed family of
our deceased brother.
T. T. Hornby, Archou.
J. S. Mn. 1 1 ii. Secretary.
SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY CLUBS.
They Will Entertain Tomorrow Night
at Elm Park Cburob.
The Epworth league in connection
with the Elm Park Methodist Episco
pal church has made arrangements
w nereby they expect to give the music
loving people of Scranton one of the
tioest entertainments of the season by
the Syracuse University Glee, Bsnjo
and Mandolin clubs, who have de
lighted large audiences in all the lar
ger cities of the country, and who come
very highly recommended.
The following is clipped from tbe
Rochester Poet-Express: "Twenty
young gentlemen from Syracuse uni
versity delighted a largo audience at
the First Methodist ehurcb last even
ing in an excellent concert. The col
lugians sang tho rollicking airs of col
lege life with spirit, the programme
inclndin 'in addition sev-nl saleotions
of a t ig i-t oi l r Too U ii jo and
It Will be Presented at the Acadamy
of Music Next Monday.
James B. Mickie, the clever young
comedian who has scored such a great
success as Billy Grimes in "Grimes'
Cellar Door" for the past four seasons,
will give a performance of the musical
farce comedy at the Academy of Music
Mr. Mackie is well and favorably re
membered for his clever work as
Grinuey Me Boy in ''A Bunch of Keys,"
which part lie played for four seasons,
but his preWit work as Billy Grim 'S
in "Grimes' Vellar Door" is said to oe
the best he his over done, nnd firmly
establishes him as an original comedian
of many accomplishments.
DEATH OF WORTH INGTON C. SMITH.
Was tha Father of Mrs
Sc i an ton, cf This City.
Worthington- C. Smith, father of
Mrs. W. W. Scranton, of this city .died
at his home in St. Albans, Vt.,on Tues
day of paralysis. Mr. Smith was well
advanoed In yenrs and his death
was not altogether unexpected, as be
had been ill for some time. Mr. Smith
was a brother of Governor Gregory
Smith, of Vermont, and for years was
one of tbe most prominent men of that
Mrs. Scranton accompanied by her
son Worthington, has goue to St. Al.
baus to attend tho funeral.
Important to Business Men.
Tin: TniBi'NK will soon publish a care
fully compiled and classified list of the
leading wholesale, baukitig, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Scranton
and vicinity. The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully illustrated with
photogravure views of our public build
inys.Lustness blocks.streeti.etc. Tho circu-
lationris on a plan that cannot fail of good
results to thotte concerned as well as the city
al large. Representatives of Thi Tkibunk
will call upon THOfl wrosk namkh
aro :.i -.itu.ii iu this edition and explain
its nature more fully. Wo trust our live
business men will givo it their hearty
Those desiring viows of their residences '
in thi edition will please leave notice at
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OURRELL In Scranton. Jan. 8. 18U4
Patrick Gurrell, aged 02 years, at tho
residence "f his sutsr. Mrs. James .1
Healy, 315 North Ninth street. Funeral
The Year 1893 Was a Very Poor One for
A DECREASE OF $3,000,000
Permits That Were Issued in the
Month of December A Revival in
Business Looked For The Reasons
as Advanced by Building Inspector
Building inspector John Nelson is a
very busy man these days, but he took
a few minutes yesterday ufternoon,md
inswored aome unestions put to him
by a Tribune reporter. The substance
of his conversation will be found in the
lite total cost of tbe buildings for
which permits were issued last month
will not exceed $80,000 i.nd do not
compare favorably with the report of
the corresponding month of last year
when the total value represented by
the permits Issued was $200,000. It is,
however, u fair average month for the
work don during the year, the season
being the dullest experienced by
builders in some time.
For example, the enm total of all
buildings erected during 1803 is only
$875,000, while for the preceding year
the total was J,8io,-l8b, last year thus
showing a decrease of more thau 8,-000,000.
PERMITS ISSUED IN DECEMBER.
Although the permits issued in l)e
cemlier show only a cost value of $80,
000, still it will be seen that it is above
the average for tbe months of the year
that it closed. The permits issued
during the mouth were as follows:
Cooper aud Davis, four frnmo buildings.
ttoorge Seuker, two framo buildings,
K A. Clurk, frame buildiug, Fourth
Sacred Heart church extension. Twenti
Scrautou Axle works extension Twenti
John Lndwig, frame dwelliug, Nine
Cnristum Uesch, frame dwelling, Niuo-
E. Robinson's Sous, barn aud ofilco.wood,
M. W. Finn, extousian to dwelling, Thir
Christ Cauiiu, frame dwelling. Tenth
Bobort Merrifiold, framo dwelling, Four
Jenkiu Williams, framo dwelling, First
J. D. Lisk, fruit stand, Eighth ward.
Henry Irving, frame dwelling, Eigh
A. J. McGurrin, frame dwolliug, First
L. A. Watres, extension to dwelliug,
Public school No. 12.
F. P. Christian, Eugene Schimpff and
Fred Wagner, stores and dwelling, brick,
Suruce Street, Eighth wurd.
PBOSPKOTI for 1891
It is generally believed that the year
1K'-I will see a revival in the building
trades. The resumption of work in
thu various industries in this city as
well an in the country at large, will
have the effect of restoring confidence
and many persons who hesitated,
dreading the future, will go right on
and award their contracts.
"I look for a brisk year in tha build
ing trades," said Inspector Nelson to a
TRIBUNE reporter. "During the past
two years it has been very easy to ob
tain desirable houses in any part of
the city, 'To let' signs being numer
ous. Now thes.i placards aro rarely
seen and there are very few houses un
tenanted. More houses bavo to be
built to accommodate the people and I
expect to ase propertyholders set about
it right away."
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"TRIP AROUND THE WORLD "
Portfolio of Photographs I
ry A, 1894 S
Honrt or briii in '2 Coupons
I of different datea, ' together
I with 5 cents, and receive this
I Album of rare Photographs.
Cor. Penn Ave. and Spruce St.
CUT TH1H OUT.
MRS. M'COMB'S DIVORCE SUIT.
Sht Says That Her Literary Husband
Treated Har in a Crusl Manner.
Before Judge Archbald yesterday
testimony was taken iu the divorce
case of Mrs. Ida Eugene MoComb
against John MeComh, oditor of the
Scranton Eagle, a weekly paper,
Mrs. McConib was repreanted by
Attorney John F. Murphy. She testi
fied that tier husband treated her in a
cruel manner and detailed the cir
cumstances under which he had offered
violence to her.
Her testimony as to cruelty was
corroborated in some respects by her
mother, Mrs. Hunter, her brother.
Clinton Hunter, and her sister, Miss
Mis. McC'jmb resides at Carbondale.
Lshlgh Valley Bailroad Co., Notice to
commencing Monday, January 1st, 1S9I,
passenger trains of this oompauy to aud
from Now York, Jersey City aud Newark
will run via west Newark, using the
Pennsylvania railroad tracks between
that i mm aud Jersey City. Passuugers
will therefore on aud after the above date
take the Pennsylvania railroad from tho
foot of C'ourtland nnd i'eshrossos streeta,
Now York city, instead of the Liberty
Street ferry of the Central Railroad ot
New Jorsoy. Passengers from Newark
will tako the Lehigh Valley trains at the
Market Street station of tho Pennsylvania
railroad. Slight change iu time.
Anhauser Hun h Bear.
Louis Lehman's, tf-'6 Sprues at.
A Bicycle for $35.
A youth's bicycle will be sold at $35,
worth Vii. Call at Tribune office.
Solid Silver Chatelain Watches,
$3.98. Worth $5.
Ladies' 101 Gold Filled Watches,
Ladies' Solid Gold Watches,
$ia Worth $23.
Rogers' Knives and Forks,
$3.90 per doz. Worth $5.
817 LACKAWANNA AVE.
IF YOU WANT A
Photograph taken of your Wife or Children,
norsca, uotffl, House,
Or Ycursolf, you cannot do bottnr than
CALL AND Ml I bl'KClMKNH
At Van Qordar's Gallery, 9391 Spruce stroet
Hieolal attention givsn to developing aud
A..I..1.1. m ' - .......
IUU don't know it,
but it is a fact. We
have the largest line
of medium priced
DINNER, TEA AND
in the city. We sell
no goods but what
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
THEY FILL THE BILL.
Wo have tho most complete assortment of
Men h Kurulsliinu Goods that ever appealed
to the eye or to tlio taste. Home of our new
shades and designs in Ties are especially at
tractive. They are selling at flgurea which
give you no excuse for beiug witbout all sorts
ol size, and stylos.
205 Lackawanna Aventi9.
's Eoliday Slippers.
All those who are seeking useful
nnd serviceable HOLIDAY PRES
ENTS should sivail themselves im
mediately of the bargains now on
MEN'S HOLIDAY SLIPPERS
Men'B Faust Slipper. .. .93.00; formorlv 82..TO
Men s Alharator Slipper, 't.'i'i; formerly li.00
Men's Husnia Calf " 1..10; formerly 2.5
Men's HusBot Ooat " 1.50; formerly 2.(10
Men s Kangaroo " I, SO; formerly 2.00
Men's VelvotOp'ra" I. OO; formerly 1.30
Men s ' .00; formorly l.UU
Also, a variety of Fancy and
Colored Slippers, in all shapes and
styles, at figures fur below market
Arcade Shoe Stow.
Look at This
for a New Year's
Bargain. It Will
At These Prices You
Electric Heal Capes, 18 inches,
14.49; formerly 810.
Astrakhan ('apes, is nohes,f6.49;
Mink Capes, L8 inches, 112; for
Crinuner Capes, 18 inches, 16.49;
Russian Lyns .Military Capes, 22
inches, !?5.!)t; formerly illi.
Bleotrlo Seal Military Capes, 22
inches, $9.49; formerly 18.
Forty dozen Assorted Mull's at
$1.49; formerly $3.
Fifteen doen Assorted Children's
8etaat98o.j formerly 2.50.
A line lot of Sleigh Bobes, plush
lined, at $.'! each.
Plash and Cloth Coats sold at your
Millinery almost given away.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR M FURS.
NEW YEARS GIFT
You could make no better present
than to buy a
T'O lljOTT We have
U uJjO 1 jjQ them from
$3.50 to $10.00.
Martin & Delany,
Coal Exchange Building.
132 Wyoming Ave.
TBE COLUMBUS II HOUSE
Is the most popular musical establishment in Northeastern Penn
sylvania. The highest grade of Pianos and Organs. The
lowest prices obtainable anywhere and the most liberal
terms ever offered to purchasers are some of the
leading inducements. Look at the list.
Vose & Sons' Pianos,
Popular Pease Pianos.
THE WORLD RENOWNED
Story & Clark Organs,
Chicago Cottage Organs,
And all kinds of Musical Merchandise
constantly on hand.
IWt re , 6re' '.ud thla 11 the plaC9 t0 buy piBI1M for tt Christmas
Att.ntL I"CB8ar? lower than any other music store la Scranton. Special
m thH?V. w r"8 WE whon y tt out to search for a Piano or Or
vlu lnr , P " oIumbu,8 P0111 ""h his right hand to the exact plao.
jouwanctogo. Nowhere It Is:
205 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
J. W. Guernsey, Prop.
138 Wyomine Ave.
Do You Need an Ulster?
Do You Need an Overcoat?
F YOU do, now is the time to buy one,
and our store is the place to get it.
Because we are going to sell every one
which we have in our store this winter.
Price is no object, profits have now disap
peared, and you can buy one very cheap.
Collins &. Hackett
THE CLOTHIERS FOR THE PEOPLE,
220 Lackawanna Ave.
P. S.-Look for our name'before the door before en-
Make no mistake.
ROPING MISTLETOE, etc.
Pricos vory reasonable. Spaco
will not permit us to mention the
good things for a Christmas din
ner. Stock is complete. Anything
to be found in a first-class market.
W. H. PIERCE,
Dr. Hill & Son
Set teeth. $il.H); best set, $8; for gold caps
and teeth without pistes, railed crown and
bridge work, call for prices and reforonooa.
TONAlAJlA. lor extracting ueth without
pain. Nu other. No gas.
OVKK K1KST NATIONAL HANK.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
Tho Specialist on tlio Eye. Haadtohos nnd
Nervousness reliovod. Latest anil improved
Htylo of Eyo Ulasses and BpnctacUa at thu
Lowest Prices. Ilest Artltlcial Eyas inserted
30s SPRUCE ST., op. Post Office.
G.W. Owens & Co.
Ladies' Tailors and Furriers,
X()Q SPRUCE ST..
OVO COI KT HOUSE SQUARE)
Think that hAr.in. 1
WINTER FURS OR
FUR CAPES, JACKET,
That you can gst along without it this
winter. We have three months of
cold weather ahead of us.
To dress warm Is to have GOOD
You will find our stock large with
If you think of buying or
not, visit us. We may have
just what you were looking
You know that a garment that fits
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