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TIIE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 0. 1894.
IX GREAT VAU1ETT
No Fake Sale in Ours
We have better barealns rvnry day !r.
tfcr year than so-celled "bursain day?,"
"clearing tales," and such well-known.
Worn-out, played-out schemes will afford.
For real bargains m FIB&T-CLAS8 NBW
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Popular, reliable and witliin your reach.
HALLET & DAVIS
BT taken over 103 first premiums In
llie past lif ty years.
OiVr makes of Pianos. Four msltes of
Organs in beautiful new debris. See onr
toik beton baying. Wo uuto the goods.
Uur prices aro rifUfc Everything m the
STELLE k SEELEY
IS4 Wyoming Ave, Scranton, Pi.
Mm OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE GENUINE POPULAR
HAVE THE INITIALS
NEWS FROM WEST SIDE
Happenings of a Day Tbal Will Merest Hyde
MERCHANTS VICTORS OF THIEVES
Marauders Who Rob Business Men
of the Displays in Front of Their
Stores Funeral of Mrs. Thomas
Williams An Old Fashioned Enter
tainmentWill Discuss Proposed
The West Sid offloe of tho Scr.ANTOM
Ti'.iitnk ib located lit U8 South Main ave
nue, where subscriptions, advertisemonta
and commuuicatious will receive prompt
B. 8c Co.,
Imnrinert on Each i
Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
lllLl.l UUlMi MJUAKK.
DR. H. B. WARE!
EYE, EAii, KCtii AND TIIBOAT.
lUW'lu 5.SU P.M.
em part of the state); S. B. Stillwoll,
Scranton; Louts Streuber, Erie; I. V.
Heretofore the applications for fish
fry only required the signature of the
commissioner to whom they were
made; but in the future, undor a rider
to an act of the last legislature, they
must be indorsed by the senator or rep
resentative of the district iu which the
application it made.
GRIMES' CELLAR DOOR.
135 WYOMING AVE.
MRS. FRENCH SAVED HtR HUSBAND.
He Was About to Become a Bigamist
Whon She Interfered.
lira. Mary Ellen French, of Price
liuru, 1mm applied for a divorce from
George Edward Freuc'ii tbroujrh At
torney K. J. Beamish. Cruel and un
provoked desertion is the reason why
tin divorce is asked,
George Edward married Hie Mary
Eilen llr.miltt on July 20, 1800, anil
about a year later deserted her. Ho
went to Bhamokin where in July last
he was engaged to be married to a very
estimable young lady. Mrs. French
Informed the prospective bride of
French'a entangling alliance in this
county ana the engagement was de
French at once left Shamokin and
his present whereabouts are unknown.
COURT HOU!E NtWS NOTES.
The polling place of the Third district
of the First ward of Carbondale was
changed yesterday by order of court to a
room in the hotel of Edward Jloloily at -73
Coir, t made an order yesterday allowing
cither party to the dispute over the an
nexation of a portion of the township of
Lackawanna to the city of Scranton, to
take deposition upon giving forty-eight
hours notice to the attorney for the oppo
sition. Judse (iunster handed down an opinion
yesterday settiag aside the report of the
reviewers in the mutter of layine out a
road in Bpring llrook township Ho Bet
anide the report, for tlio reason that
the application for the appointment of
viewer, was not made in compliance
with the act of assembly in the case and
for tli" l'u: ! her reason that the application
for the appoiutinu.it of reviewers was
made too late.
Attorney D. L. O'Neill, of Wilkes-Barrn,
yesterday began an action of ejectment in
this county for V. A. O'Neill, Who seeks to
obtain possession of a hulf acre of hind
on Pittaton avenue, this city, which he
says is unlawfully held by Mrs. Catharine
The term of Attorney C. Comegys as a
member of the examining board for law
students haviag expired, court yesterday
appointed Attorney Qeorge S. Horn a a
member of the board for tho term of three
EE-Judge Henry If, Secley, of Wayne
county, has begun tho practice of law Id
this county and was yesterday appointed
by Judge Archbejd master and examiner
In the case of Ann It. Phillips, executor,
gainst Mary 0, Wallace and others, The
dispute is with regard to coal royalties
from land located near Carbondale.
The case of V. Ratter and others against
George A. Simmons and others was re
ferred to ex-jnstlce Alfred Hand yester
day nmler tho provisions of tho act of
April 8, ISfiO,
A rule was granted by the court vesior
uay to show cause why the rule granted
on .Inn. II appointing viewers to assess the
damn'es caused bv tho grading of Meri
dian street should not bo vacated.
Clerk of the Courts Thomas yesterday
granted marriage licenses to Jacob Suro
vltz nnd Susan Angoslin, of Price ville;
lames T. Mcllale, of Scranton, and Bridget
T. Dougherty, of Dunmnrn; Edward E.
Sillier and Bertie. Wombatker, of Dale
Lehigh Valley Railroad Co., Notice to
commencing Monday, January 1st, 1891,
passenger trains of this company to and
from New York, Jersey City and Newer!
will run via wost NewarE, nring tho
Pennsylvania railroad tracks between
that point, and Jersey City. Passengers
will therefore on and after tho above date
tako the Pennsylvania railroad from tho
foot of Conrtland nnd Desbrossos streets,
Now York city, instead of tho Liberty
Street ferry of the Coutral Railroad of
New Jersey. Passengers from Newnrk
will take the Lehigh Vailoy trains at thn
Market Street station of tho Pennsylvania
railroad. Slight change iu time.
Important to Business Hen.
The Titim.NK will soon publish a care
fully compiled and classified list of tho
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Scranton
nnd vicinity. The edition will be bound
in book term, beautifully illustrated with
photogravure views of onr public build
ings, business bloc!ts,streets,etc. The circu
lation is on a plan that cannot, fail of good
results to those concerned ns well as tho city
atlartr:. Representatives of Tin: Tmnuffk
wili call upon THOU WHOSI names
are nF.sir.ED In this edition and explain
Its nature more folly. Wo trust our live
BUMNkss men will givo it their hearty
Those desiring views of their residence '
in this edition will ple.-so leavo notice at
Anheuser Butch Beer.
Louis Lehman's, Dili Spruce sb
For some time past, complaints have
been heard fromjmerobanti in tho dif
ferent portions of the West Side, about
artioles which have been taken from
the fronts of tlioir Stores whore they
were being displayed. One merchant
who bus loitered losses at different
nines, is Artbttr Heal, proprietor of
tho People's Dry ( roods store outside of
his establishment. The police were
notified and a watch has boon kept, bat
the thieves have not as yot been captured.
Funeral of DnviJ J. Divide.
The funeral of David J. Davies, of
Jackson street, who died on Sunday
evening, will take place tomorrow
afternoon at l.od o'clock fro:.i tho
family residence. Rev, D. P. Jones,
of the Tabernacle Congregational
church, will conduct the services.
Griffin post, No. 189, Grand Army of
tha Republic, of which Mr. Davies
was a member, will attend in it body.
Kev. N. F. Stahl will nfliciate at For
est Hill cemetery, where interment
will be made.
Funeral of Mrs. Thimna William!".
The funeral of Sirs. Thomas Will
iams occurred yesterday afternoon.
Services were coudtictud at tho bom
by li"v. W. S. Jones, of the First
Welsh Baptilt church. Tho floral of
eringi were numerous an I included
many lino tribates, Interment was
made in the Wasburn Street ceme
tery. Tho pall bearers were Joseph
Reynold, II. P. D.ivies, Johu T. Will
iams, Samuel Phillips, Johu Bo wen
and William D. Morris.
Old Ftahioned Entortalnmsnt.
Thd Sund iv school of the Washburn
Street Presbyterian chnrch Will give
an old fashioned entertainment at the
chnrch on Friday evening. This eutor-
tainment will be given by tho different
classes. Committees have been np
pointed for decoration and refresh
ments, and a jolly time will be en
joyed. A meeting of tlio committee)
will be held this evening.
Meeting of the Bisrl of Trade.
A meeting of the West Side board of
trade will be held this evening. A full
attendance is reun -sted, as many im
portant matters aro to bo considered.
Ti:e proposed viaduct over the Dela
ware. Lackawanna and Western cross
ing will be diacnassd by Common
Councilman T. Ellsworth Davies and
The Welsh Philosophical society
have eleottd tho following officers for
the ensuing year: President, James
A. Evans; vice president, D. C. Pow
ell; recording secretary, Bbeneier P.
)avies; corresponding secretary, Will
iam A. Price; Welsh correspondent, D.
0. Powell ; treasurer, Benjamin
Intrsting News Ervitios.
T. R. Philiips, of Plymouth, has re
sumed l is duties at the store of Mor
gan Thomas on Jackson struet'aftor an
attack of grip.
Miss Mary Spary.of South Main ave
nue, has returned home after visiting
friends in Providence, R I.
The congregation of tho First Welsh
Congregational church has adopted
resolutions extending congratulations
to the members of the Plymouth Con
gregational chnrch who dedicated their
new church on Sunday,
All West Side merchants closed their
places of business last evening at 6 30
o'clock, this being a new resolution
which hR gone into effect.
John It Davies, of Forest City, for
merly of this side, i.s lying dangerously
ill at bis home with pneumonia.
Mrs. Mary Daniels, of North Hyde
Park avenue, is convalescing after a
Byron K. Wade, ex-cliiof of police, is
rapidly improving. It is expected that
in I bo course of a fow days he will be
ublo to resume his daily labors.
Miss Hattie Williams, of Reiser avo
nuo, returned yesterday from a visit
with friends in Moscow.
Henry Bsddoe, of Plymouth, inside
foreman at tho Green Ridge colliery,
spent the Sabbath with his uncle, Ben
jamin Befldoe, of this pide.
Lewis Price, of Avenue D, Bellevue,
is recovering from an illness of typhoid
Robert OwenR, of Koland avenue, is
recovering from the grip.
Misses Mattie Williams, of Acadmy
street, and Martha Davies, of Eynon
street, attended the luneral of Mrs.
Bran Morris in Naaticoke yestordny.
Miss Florence Fairchild, of Dalton.
is visiting friends on this side
Tho early closing movum-nt is being
agitated among the hardware mer
chants on this side.
The Di mocrnts of the Fourth ward
will hold their caucus this evening iu
Alderman Oram's offleo.
C0TH INJUNCTIONS DISSOLVED.
Judge Qunstcr s ; His Opinion in
the Cross Cases.
Judge Gnnster handed down opinions
yesterday dissolving the Injunctions
heretofore granted tho city against the
Scranton Gas and Water company and
thn gas and.wutor company against tho
In the former case tho judge said
that the city bases its right to an in
junction on ati ordinance passed on
.March 1GV1884, but that for almost Ion
years that ordinance has beou a dead
letter. He did not think the reasons
sufficient to warrant him in granting a
TROUT FRY FOR THE ASKING.
Gat Your Senator or Rsprae'ontativs to
Endorse Your Application.
The Pennsylvania Commissioners of
Fisheries will havo on hand for distri
bution after March 1 about :i,2.")0,000
trout fry, and announcement N made
that applications for this species of
fish for planting In suitable waters
will now lie recelvad. These applica
tions should be made to the following
commissioners, who will furnish
blanks for tilling out: Henry O. Ford.
ly-M Vine stroet, Philadelphia; H. 0,
DemUtb, Lancaster; John Gay, 1020
Vine wtirtM I 1 i i -i . i 1 1 1 1 1 1 i n,,r !h,v we .1
Mackis's Company Fails to Make a Big
Hit at the Acadtmy.
Oh, Jimmy I
Oh, Grimesey, me boy 1
Everyone who was at tho Academy
of Music lsst evening and had pre
viously seen the star of tho company.
Jamta B. Haokie, in "A Bunch of
Keys." expected a much better enter
tainment than they wero given.
Truth to tell, the show pleased only
a few a verv few. '
Mackie mads the same facial contor
tions that ho did half a dozen years
ago. Thoeo who looked for an im
provement iu his work failed to soe
The audience was large and vigor
ously applauded wheiiuvsr it had a
The songs wre not at all new, and
ono or two of the company risked their
lives by warbling such delectable sam
ples of classical tunes as "Two Little
Ciirls In Bine." and ''Daisy Boll."
They were brave actors.
Mr. Mackie did all his work in his
own llap-CJ BSD-bang style. His prin
ciple lOUorette was u young woman of
the "Uee tree tvpe, who boasts or the
raro name of Vivee Nobriga, who sang
badly and looked as if sho was hunting
for a "scrap. " Tho rest of the com
pany's acting was not good or bad
enough to attract attention.
Happenings or a Day That Will Interest Han;
SMALL BOY SERIOUSLY INJURED
SCHILLER LODGE FCMILV MEETING.
Annual Gathering and Banquet Held in
Schiller lodge, Free nnd Accepted
Masons, held its annual family gather
ing and bamiuet iu Excelsior hall last
evening. It was an enjoyable altair
and seventy live couples sat down to
the tables, which were spread in the
largo room on the second floor. The
tables were profuiely decorated with
Schiller lodge is composed of the
representative Germans of the city,
and all turned out to do honor to the
occasion. J. C, Lunge was toastmaster,
and during the evening Frank Lsuth
nor. F. L. Wonuser, P. F. Gunster,
M. D., N. G. Goodman, Edmund
Bartl snd Moritz Bwartskopff made rc
markd, Frank Lenthner, retiring master of
the lodge, was presented with a hand
som Masonic emblem by his fellow
After suppor, dancing was enjoyed.
The hull was tastefully decorated with
palms and ferns, ami Schmitt's orches
tra furnished the music.
EAST LYNNE AT WONDERLAND.
Good Houses Greet Mies Flora Stam
ford, thi Accomplishad Actress.
Flora Staniford in ''East Lynne,"
was the attraction at Wonderland
yesterday, and she was greeted by
good crowds. The play is one in
which Miss Staniford excels, and the
last time she played it iu this city
Wonderland was not large enough to
hold the crowds that turned out to
witness the production.
Miss Stuuiford displays some mag
nificent costumes in this play and the
ladies should not fail to see them. The
members of the supporting company
need no commendation in this city.
When the company played here before
they all distinguished themselves in
their various liues. Mr, Dorcey es
pecially, proved himself an excellent
MRS. GAFFNEY STOLE A GOOSE.
But Mayor Connell Orderd Her to Pav
for the Same.
Mrs. Ann Qaffney, of the Wost Side,
is very well acquainted with tho po
lice. Her latest escapade was to steal
a goose from ono of her neighbors,
Patrick lliggins by name, Who, resides
on Meridian stroet.
When brought hsfora Mayor Con
nell last, evening in police court Mrs.
Gaffnoy claimed that as she was walk
ing down the stroet lliggins ran up to
her and laid the goose down on the
ground and then made his departure
without saying a word.
Tito mayor took no stock in the storv
and told Mrs. Qaffney she must pay $2
for tho fowl nnd settle the costs of the
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Connor
Accidentally Hurt with a Toy Gun
and Is Now in Wells' Hospital.
Funeral of Mrs. Griswold New
Officers of St. Patrick's Society.
John Connors, tho 12 year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Connors, of the
Arlington hotel, was painfully injured
last week and is now In Well's hospital,
Philadelphia, undergoing treatment.
Tho boy was presented with a toy gun
at Christmas and while playing with it
a discharge entered the region of the
eye. Mrs. Connors took him to Phila
delphia on Saturday and it is hoped
that no serious consequences will re
sult. Funeral of Mrs. Griswold.
The funeral of Mrs. Mary Griswold,
was held from her late home on Hiko
ory street yesterday morning, At 9
o'clock the remains were borne to St.
Mary's church, where the pastor, Rev.
Father Christ, sang a high mass of re
quiem and preached. The remains
were laid to rest in the German Catho
lic cemetery. The pall bearers were
H. J. Ziegler, William Scholl, John
Demuth, Charles Schench and Henry
Wetter. The funeral was largely at
tended. New CfHcers Elected.
The following now officers were
elected by the St. Patrick's Catholic
Total Abstinenoe sooioty Sunday:
President, James P. Lsvelle; record
ing secretory, Frank Brady, jr. ; finan
cial secretary. C. J. Ruddy; corre
sponding secretary, Michael Riley;
treasurer, John Mayock.
A special policeman will be engaged
by the board of control to preserve or
der at No. 2 school on Sundays and to
Friends of Miss Julia Kelly, the
young lady whose eye was injured
Sunday, hope that her injury will not
prove so dangerous as at first antici
pated. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCrea were
in Avoca yesterday, a niece of Mrs.
McCrea and a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Martin, being dead.
The funeral of James Devine will
take place at 2 30 p.m. today!
In his canvass for votes in the Twen
tieth ward, Thomas McGrail is trying
to induce voters to abstain from going
to the polls on election duy.
Iron fences about schools 2, 3 and 10
cost the board of control $750.
James M. Melvin, who has been se
riously ill, returned to Duryea last
evening to resume bis duties as engi
neer for Connell iv Co.
Ferdinand Smith, who keeps a saloon
at Simonson's, is dangerously ill. On
Bundnv ho was visited by Dra. King
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BmntOTON Typewriters aud Edison
Phonographs for sale and rent. Copying
work executed. Phonographs rented for
an ovening's entertniumeut. Telephone
2343. Edw. Uunstor, Jr., 435 Spruco
NEW YEARS GIFT
You could make no better present
than to buy a
$3.50 to $10.00.
Martin & Delany,
Coal Exchange Building. 132 Wyoming Ave.
THE COLUMBUS MUSIC HOUSE
A new bicycle worth $75 will be sold for
35. The machine is guaranteed and is a
rare bargain. Machine may bo Been at the
Books ! Books I Books 1
During tho coming week we shall offer
to the subscribers of The Triuunb Hare
bargains in books.
e have a large lino of bright aud pop
ular volumes, elegantly bound, that wo
intend to givo to the patrons of the paper
at about one-fourth of tho nsual price.
Tho following list will givo you an idea
of the inducements and the unusual op
portunities to secure valuable additions to
Tho World's Fair (NeV) Ji60 I .85
Pictorial History of thetireat
Civil War 3.00
Pilgrims' Progress (lllust'od) 2.50
Earth, Sea and Sky 2 75
Marvelous Wonders 'J.75
Life and Works of Spurgeon 1.60
Pictorial History of the Bible 2.75
Museum of Wonders 2.75
From Pole to Pole 2.75
Pictorial History of the Uni
ted States 3.00
Science of Life 2.75
Lifoof Parnnm 1.50
Indian Horrors 1.50
J Bephus 3.00
Shepp's Photographs 8.50
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 RENOWNEu
Story & Clark Organs,
Chicago Cottage Organs,
And all kinds of Musical Merchandise
constantly ou hand.
The Holidays are hero, and this is tho place to buy Pianos for a Christmas
1 resent. Prices are lower than any other music store in Scranton. Speoial
Attention Remember always when vou start out to search for a Piano or ON
gan that Christopher Columbus points with bis right hand to the exaot plaoe"
you want to go. Nowhere It Is:
205 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
J. W. Guernsey, Prop.
(CUT YOUR COUPONS.)
On presentation of two of tlie'.e
Coupous, Subscribers of THE TKIII-
IT'K ninv nurrlmun unv hoolr in thn
IN FAVOR OF A NfcW BOROUGH.
A Second Grand Jury Save Throop
Should Be a Borough.
In presenting its final report to court
yesterday the grand jury stated that il
had passed favorably on the petition of
the citizuns of Throop asking that that
portion of Dickson City borough be
ma le a separate borough.
The report said "that aftsr a full in
vestigation of the esse a majority of
the jury do lind that the conditions
prescribed by tho acts of assembly iu
such cases inado and provided and re
lating thereto have been complied
with, and believo that it is expedient
to grant the prayer of thu petitioners.'
NEW PASSES OF TRACTION COMPANY.
They Are for Ue ou the Lines Within
Limit, of the City.
The passes of the Scranton Traction
company for the year 1B1H aro being
They are good only within the lirai Is
of tho city and are in book form. Ech
book contains 101) coupons printed on
chocolate colored paper. Every coupon
will be honored as a tare tor tho per
son holding the book, but for no other
The old passes will not be honored
FRED DURR THE NOMINEE.
Defeats C. M Truman in the Eighth
Word for Select Council.
The Republican caucus in the Eighth
ward lust ovening was a spirited one,
and the contest waged warm from 4
until 7 o'clock. The contestants for
select conncil were C. .d. Truman and
Vhn tho count of votes was finishod
it stood: First district, Truman, 55;
Durr, 4!). Second dislict Trumau,
43; Durr, 84. Majority for Durr. 29.
George F, Jacobus was nominated
for common council.
Beadloston & Woorss'e and Ballantine's
Alee nretho best. E. J. WaUW, ageutjl
The marriage of Mark Lenalian and
Nellie Conway, both of Dickson City,
will take place tomorrow at St. I nomas
church. Kev. M. J. Conway, brother
of the bride, will perform the cere
mony. Miss Colia Ruddv will aot as
bridesmaid and Patrick Higley attend
The funeral of Mrs. N. J. Woods
took place from the late residence of
her pareuts on North Main avenue
Sunday, The funeral was largely at
tended. Interment was made iu Hyde
Park Catholic cometery.
The marriage of Anthonv Neary aud
Miss Mary A. Paddeu ii announced to
take placoon Jau. 24.
The funeral of tho late Mrs. J. D.
Evans, of Delaware street, Green
Ridge, took place yesterday. Inter
ment was made In the Odd Fellows'
plot, Forest Hill cemetery.
Drentford Akerloy, of Clark's Green,
was a caller ou Providence friends yes
There will bo a special meeting of
tho Christian Doctrine society at St.
Mary's hall this evening.
The Christian Doctrine society will
give a literary and niusioa! entertain
ment on Thursday eveuing in St.
Mary's hall for the poor of the Nortb
End. This society has existed in Holy
Rosary parish for more than ten year,
aud has accomplished much good
among tho deserving poor. Tho follow
ing programme has been prepared for
Misses A. Hell and Mary Urady
Recitation, "Robert of Sicily."
Miss A. Dolphin
Vocal solo Miss Kathryno Mougan
Recitation, 'The Mystic Chain."
flliss Mary Flyun
Vocal solo Miss Belina Noon
Recitation Mius Mattio Flynn
MISS'S Mary O'lioylo aud Ocrtio McEnchen
Recitation Miss Lotta Hawks
Solo c. Berry
mentation iiliss Allen
Solo M. J. Coyne
Furce, "Sim Dempsey'a Visit."
W. burke, M. J. t'oyno, F. Dovors
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
CHINA l HALL
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
A. Y. Pearson's spectacle. ''Land of
the Midnight Sun," will be the attrac
tractiou at the Academy of Music this
evening. The curtain rises on a beau
tiful midnight scene on the coast of
Iceland. Then with expert mechanical
devises it changes to a tempest scene on
the const of North Carolina. All the
realism that stagocraft can bring to
bear is used with telling effect, to
gether with a thrilling donouement
closes the act.
THE UXTTBD MAIL.
At the Academy of Music Thursday
evening Elmer E. Vance'a familiar
"Limited Mail'' will be presented. This
is one of the best of the many railroad
plays at present on the stage and never
falls to please.
A IIAILHOAD TICKET.
Freeman's comedians in "A Railroad
Ticket" will be at the Academy ou Fri
day night. This piece was here several
weeks ago and made a big bit. It ia
ono of the best faroe comedies on tbo
A Bieyolo for $35.
A youth's bicycle will be sold at $95,
worth (75. Call at Tribune office
83 and ."' Lnckawnnna avenue. Every
day from 0 a. in. to 1(1 a. m. Round steak.
He: sirloin steak, 14c.; standing rib i t,
10c. ; chuck roast, be.: boiling meat, 4c,;
fresh pork, 1" . ; pork sausaqo, iv
IF YOU WANT A
Photograph taken of your Wife or Chlldron,
II 1 1 IIouso,
Or Yi ursolf, yon ennnot do bottor than
CALL AND 8KK epBoiattm
At Van Gordor's Gallery, IM Spruce street.
Special Attention given to developing and
(lninini for amateurs.
6 BONDS for SALE
WITH SCRANTON' Axlo Works
1 have issued 175,000 of t; per
cent. Coupon lionils, interest
are to run lor ten years, iroin INov.
1, ist:. Only a limited amount
aro offered 6or snle to investors
These bonds are lirst mortgage on
the entire plant of the Company.
and are issued Cor tho nurposo of
enlarging the works. The bonds
are of t lie denominations of $1,000,
$500 and $100 each. For further
JNO. M. KEMEREB, Ties.
Or E. H. RIPPLE, Treasurer,
YOU do, now is the time to buy one,
and our store is the place to get it.
cause 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.
THE CLOTHIERS FOR THE PEOPLE.
220 Lackawanna Ave.
P. S. Look for our name before the door before en-
terinr. Make no mistake.
All those who are seeking useful
and serviceable SLIPPERS should
avail themselves Immediately of
the bargains now ou sale iu
Men's Fi.ust Slipper. ...S.OO
Men's Alligator Slipper,
Men's Russia t'alf
Men's Russot Goat "
Men's Kangaroo 1
Men's Velvet Op'ra'
Also, a variety of Fancy and
Colored Slippers, in all shapes and
styles, at figures far below market
Arcade Shoe Store.
THEY FILL THE BILL.
Wo have the most rompleto assortment of
Men's FurniHlilnit Goods that over appealed
to the eye or to the taste. Homo of our new
shades and designs in Tios aro especially at
traetlve. They are boHIiik at flauro which
Kive you no excuso for boiuif without all Borts
of sizusi aud stylos.
205 Lackawanna Avonuo.
G.W. Owens & Co.
Ladies' Tailors and Furriers,
R1 :CIC ir..
COI KT HOUSE syUAKB
because jou hare not
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
The Specialist on tlio Eye. Headaches and
Nervousness relieved. Latest and Improved
Stylo of Eye Glasses and Spectacles at the
Lowest Prices. Host Artificial Eyes inserted
305 SPRUCE ST., op. Poat Office.
WINTER FURS OR
EUR CAPES, JACKET
That yon can get along without it thig
winter. We hare three mouths 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 fit
perftotly is what you will buy.
The Price Will Please You.
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Portfolio of Photographs
5 Send or bring in 2 Coupons
2 of different dates, together
2 with 5 eents, and receive this
S Album of rare Photographs.
Cor. Penn ATo. and Spruco St.
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