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THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-"WEDNESDAY TOENING. JANUARY 10. 1894.
IN GREAT VARIETY.
No Fake Sale in 0ur9
We hare better bargains ever? flat In
ftp year than so-called "bargain days,
"clearing sales," and such well-known,
worn-out, played-out schemes will afford.
For real bargains in FIKST-CLASS KEW
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Popular, reliable and within ;your reach.
HALLET & DAVIS
Have taken over 100 Brat premiums In
lU past titty years.
Other makes of Piano. Four mak.i of
Orpans in beautiful new ".eslf?na. See our
nock before buying. We hare the goods,
tur prices are right. Everything m the
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EEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS !
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LONGER TERMS OF COMMON PLEAS.
Hereafter They Will Last for Three
Weeks Instead of Two.
Hereafter the terms of common pleas
court will lust for throe week instead
of two. The order making the change
wa handed down yesterday by Presi
dent Judge Arcbbald. it was made
necessury by tho great lncrenne iu civil
business in this county which renders
it impossible for the judges to keep
business disposed of up to date with two
weeks' terms. There are live terms of
common please court each year.and the
new arrangement will, therefore, re
sult in five additional weeks of common
The change of common pleas terms
bas made it necessary to adjust the
other terms of court so that they will
not conflict, beginning with the March
terms of this year the different courts
will be held as follows: .
Oyer and termin er and quarter sessions,
term, two weelcs -Febuary sessions to be
gin Monday following fourth Monday of
January; April sessions, third Monday
following fourth Monday of March; Juue
sessions, third inondav of June; October
sessions, third Monday following third
Monday of September: December sessions,
third Monday following second Monday of
Grand jury February sessions, first
Monday or January; April sessions, third
Monday of March; Juno Hussions, last Mon
day of May; October sessions, second Mon
day of September; December sessions, nrst
Monday of November.
License court Woek beginning second
Monday of March.
Common pleas and orphans' court, term,
three week ljpgin Second Monday of
January, fourth Monday of March, lAst
Monday of May, third Monday of Septem
ber, second Monday of November.
Argument court, term, one week Be
gin third Monday following fourth Mon
day of January; fifth Monday following
fourth Monday of March; Monday follow
ing the fourth Monday of Juno; fifth Mon
day following third Monday of September;
iifth Monday foUowlOg second Monday of
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS.
They Will Held at the Scranton Post
effice on Fab. 6.
The regular semi-annual examina
tions for clerks and carriers at the
Scrnnton postnffice will be held Tues
day, Feb. (i. 1H94 Applications for ex
amination will be accepted at any time
ui.nl Jan. 17 at li p.m.
There will bo the snme examination
for both dorks and carrier grades of
the service, no distinction being made
between the two except that of agi
limitation. The applicant for a clerk
ship must be 18 years of age or over,
and for a carrier examination must be
between the ages of 21 and l1) years.
The examinations are open to all
reputable citizens without regard to
political affiliations. They will.be ex
amined, graded and certified with en
tire impartiality and without refer
ence to their political views or any
consideration save their efficiency and
Application blanks, full instructions
and information relative to the dutUs
and salaries of the different positions
may be bad by applying to Louis (J.
Scbantz, secretary of the examining
board, at the Scranton postoffice.
Important to Business Ken.
The Tribune will soon publish a care
fully compiled and classified list of the
leading wholesale, banking, 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
lnRS,buslnoss blocks,streetn,etc. The circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good
results to those concerned as well as the city
at larire. Representatives of Tmc Tribune
will call upon TBOM whose names
are desired lu this edition and explain
its nature more fully. Wotrnst our live
business men will give it their hearty
Those dosiring views of their residences '
in this edition will plesse leave notice at
The Duluth SIllls Are In It.
"Flour was dull and unsettled on spring
patents, as the Dnlnth mills are making
tho market for Minneapolis not ouly, but
getting tho trade, as they are able at that
point to get better wheat than Minneapolis
at less cost, while not malting such a large
percentage of "patents as Minneapolis, aud
hence a better aud Btronger llour, which is
taking the place of the Minneapolis brands
of older reputation at less prices." New
York Journal of Commerce, Nov. 4, 1TO3.
Storage in a new building at 119 Frank
Anheuier Busoh Beer.
Louis Lehman's, BSU bpruce u
of a Day That Will Interest
MEETING OF THE BOARD OF TRADE
The Viaduct Over the Delaware, Lack
awanna and Western Lackawanna
Avenue Crossing Favorably Con
sidered bv Members of the Board.
Father Whelan Branch of Catholic
Benevolent Society Installs Officers.
The West Side office of the Schanton
Tribune is located at UB South Main ave
nue, where subscription-!, advertisement
and communications will receive prompt
The West Side board of trade hold a
meeting last evening in Clark's hall. In
the absence of tho president, Common
Councilman T. Ellsworth D.ivies was
elected temporary chairman
II. I). Jonos.of the street and bridges,
reported progres in tho mtter of p ty
ing Robinson streot. Will Farrell
stated that the street should be paved
at once, as three fourths of the team
ing from tho city is done over that
route. In the matter of parks, Council
man Davies announced that Mr Sloan,
president of the Dolawaie.Lackawauna
and Western, said he would consider
the proposition made by the board, nt
the next board of directors, meet
ing Mr. Davie spoke of the Lin
den Street bridge, stating that
traffic would bt better aud Hyde
Park benefited in many ways. Ho
ipokeof it. as a plan by which the
Providence people will be brought to
the city by wav of Hyde Park.
Tho plans for the viaduct ovor tho
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
railroad were submitted by City Engi
neer Phillips. A committee consisting
of City Engineer Phillips and Council
man Davies, who were apnointed from
the city, called on W. F. Hallsteal. of
the Delaware, Lackawanna aud West
ern Railroad company, and General
Manager Archer, of the Traction com
pany, to see what they thought of the
matter. Both stated' that they would
briug tho matter before their respec
tive boards of directors at their next
meetings. A long discussion on the
viaduct followed and it was shown
that the viaduct would be a great ben
efit to this side.
B (i. Morgan stated in a lengthy
speech that the viaduct would be a
great improvement from til fact that
it is not safe for people to pass the
crossing as at present The following
resolution was then passed:
Resolved, That it be tho senso of this
board of trad'' that we urge all councilmeu
of the West Side to use their best oudonv
ors to secure the West Lackawauun ave
nue viaduct and both bridgos included in
the bond ordinance now before the people.
The resolution was passed, where
upon the meeting adjourned.
Frank Snlvano, who formerly ran a
shoe shop on Hampton street, and who
was recently released from the county
jail, where "he had served a term for
complicity in the Nellie Hammit cise,
had a search warrant issued by Alder
mau Oram to search the home of
Thomas Moran, of Hampton street, to
recover goods that Suivsno claim 'd
were taken from his shop during nil
incarceration. Constable Davies made
a search for the missing goo Is, but it
was futile. Al ierman Oram tried the
case yesterday morning whon Moran
was discharged. S'llvano was com
pelled to pay the costs of the prosecu
tion. Instillation of Offhsrs.
Father Whelan branch of the Cath
olic Benevolent society has installed
the following ofti3-rs for the ensuing
term: President. J. C. Gallagher ; vico
president, James J. Hart; financial
secretary, Michael Jennings; recording
secretary, John P, Crowley; treasurer,
John D Cronin; serg?atit-at arms,
John Cavanauglih; stewards, John
Nicholas, John neap and Byron Kerri
gan. Interssting News Notes.
Ray Stephens, of North Sumner ave
nue, is ill with scarlet fever.
A pleasant social was held last even
ing at the homo of David T. Richards,
on Scranton street. During the even
ing Morse aed Vail gavi many fine
selections on the mandolin, guitar and
A meeting of the committees in
charge of the entertainment to bs
given at the Washburn Street Presby
terian church was held last evening at
the close of the prayer meeting. All
arrangements were satisfactorily com
pleted. The funeral of Mrs. Albert Wood
ward, of Park Place, was held yester
day afternoon at the Scranton Street
Baptist church. Rv. T. J. Collins
officiated. The remains were conveyed
to tt. rWashbnrn Street cemetery.
Mrs. William Riohards.of Washburn
street, has been confined to her room
for several days.
Henry Boston, of North Main ave
nue, who received a fracture of the leg
in two places flye weeks ago, is slowly
The young people of the Jackson
street Baptist church are rehearsing
for an ontertainm -nt to be held in the
church on Wednesday evening. Thev
are being instructed by Muses May
Anthony and Sarah A. Jones.
The Iroquois club will hold n basket
social on the eveuing of Fob. 15 nt
Miss Cora Bowen, of Honesdale, is
the guest of friends on this side.
Mrs. Louis hyphens, of North Sum
nor avenue, is ill with rheumatism.
IT MAY BE TRIED TODAY.
Famous Case of lira. Rossnagle Against
Mrs. Mary A. Rosonaglo's suitngaiiiHt
ex-Judge John Handley was called for
trial before .Tudge (iunstor yesterday
afternoon. Ex-Congressman A merman
said he was not ready to go to trial as
ex-Attorney General H W, Palmer, of
Wilkos-fJarre, who is associated will
him as counsel for the defendant, was
not in court. He had been telegraphed
for, Mr. Amermiui said, but bad not
Attorney C. H. Soper who appeared
for Mrs. Rosenagle, opposed delaying
tho trial of tho case as his witnesses
were all present and it would greatly
inconvenience them to put the case
over. Judge Gunster, however, de
cided to grant Mr. Ainermau's requost.
The case will prebably be called today
HAS BEEN INSANE FOR YEARS.
Daniel Smith Wants the Court to Pah
Upon His Wife's Sanity.
Daniel Smith, of Duiimore, yester
day petitioned the court to ordam pro
ceedings to have his wife legally de
clarod a lunatic
She ha been insane for the past nine
years Recently she was left an inter
est of $200 in the estate of John Lei
dolph and It is necessary to have her
legally adjudged a lunatic in order
that a committee may be appointed to
use the legacy for her benefit.
Jau. 20 is the date fixed by the court
for the hearing.
LAND OF THE MIDNIGHT SUN.
A Nsw Play Produotd In Good Style at
After being regaled with snch a
dainty literary gem as Irimes' Cel
lar Door" the theator goers of Scran
ton were given quite a treat at the
Academy of Mnsio last eveuing when
A. Y, Pearson's company presented a
highly interesting drama entitled "The
Land of the Midnight Sun. "
The play Is a spectacular romance of
Iceland, and is founded upon tho story
of two half brothers who cross in love
an l war.
The presentniion last night was suc
cessful in every respect. The scenic
effects were excellent, particularly the
oxplosion at the end of the fourth act
William mrcmirt headed a first
class oompany. Mr. Harc.ourt, admir
able as a rugged man, swore to revenge
a wrong to his mother. He showed
great reserve force, and his acting
withal win remarkably natural. Miss
May Wheeler gave a splendid por
trayal of a devoted wife.
The author of tho "Land of the Mid
night Sun," Elwin Barbour, appeared
in the cast and showed that he could
act with as much cleverness 'as he
could construct a drama. Lawrence
Barbour also was a strong member of
ARCHBALD BURGLARS HELD.
Ilunley and Gibbons for Statutory Burg
lary, and Roilly for Larceny.
Patrick Munlev, Thomas Gibbons
and Michael Reilly were giveu a hear-
ng before Alderman DeLong yesterday
morning. lny were charged with en
tering the Delaware and Hudson depot
at Arcbbald and taking tickets aud a
jug of whisky.
John h . Scragg appeared for the de
fendants and Josepb O'Brien repre
sented the companv. Muuley and Gib
bons were held tor statutory
burglary, nn unbailable ofTetase. Rellly
was charged with larceny and was
given bis freedom upon fnruisbing
$000 bail to appear at the noxt term of
SCRANTON CITY GUARD OFFICERS.
Elected at th Meeting Held at Armory
on Monday Evening.
On Monday evening the Scranton
City guard association elected officers
for the following year and transacted
much business of importance.
Colonel Ripple, by right of com
manding officer, is president; Adjutant
W. S. Millar, secretary and treasurer
The committee nn state of guard con
sists of Lieuteuant-Colonol Cotirsen,
Adjntant Millar, Lieutenant C. R
Parke. The committee on music is as
follows: Captain Moir, Lieutenant
Strattou, Lieutenant Stillwell.
HAD FIVE PAIRS OF SOCKS.
Police Thought Us Had More Than His
Officer Flaherty arrested a vagrant
in Center street last eveuing on bus
spicion of larceny. The man had in
his possession five pairs of gentleman's
When questioned at tho station
houso by Sergeant Deiter, tho fellow
refused to give his name or state where
he procured the socks. He will be
giveu a hearing today and in the
meantime the police will endeavor to
locate the store from which the articles
FUNERAL OF WILLIAM MADIGAN.
Rev. Father Whelan Celebrates Solemn
High Mass of Requiem.
The funeral of William Madigan oc
curred yesterday morning from tho
family residence on Jackson street
The remains were conveyed to St. Pat
rick's church, where Rev. Father
helan celebrated a solemn high mass
lhe pall bearers were Thomas Kane
Patrick Gallagher. John Gilgallon
Patrick Herrick John Larkin and Peter
Larkin, Interment whs made at the
Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
KRIGBAUM FOR COMMON COUNCIL
He Was Nominated at a Caucus of
Fourteenth Ward Republican.
At a caucus of tho Republic m voters
of the fourteenth ward held in Co-op
erntive nan fi. u rvrigonum was
nominated for common council, David
Jonos for register of voters in the First
district, and Bert Honse iu the Second
Robert Williams was nominated for
judge in tho First district and Whit-
held Andrews in tho Second district
Alamanzo Porter for inspector in the
FirBt district and Alfred Schreifer iu
the Second district.
KftlGHTS OF THE GRIP.
Meeting of the Commercial Travelers'
Tho local branch of tho Commercial
Travelers' Home Association of Amor
icn held a mooting at the Westminster
last evening nnd transacted business
pertaining to the welfare of the order.
Arrangements were completed for a
bojielit at the Acadniv of Music on
the evening of Jan. 38. The attraction
will be "Dr. Bill" nnd tho indications
point toward suoccss. Tickets were
given out and the knights of the grip
now havo them for sale.
TRIED TO THRASH THE OFFICER.
Mistake Made by John Fasger, of the
John Feegor, of the North End, be
camo possessed of tho idea that be
could thrash Officer Palmer Monday
night, and with him to think was to
act. He attempted it but was lauded
At the hearing in police court last
evoning Mayor Connell severely re
linked Keener for having such ideas
and fined him $. and the costs.
A BIG DROP IN ALE.
But the Market Still Remain Firm and
A large dray wagon loaded with half
barrels of ale, the property of Thomas
Walsh, agent, met with an accident at
LacKawatuia avenue and Ninth street
Ono of tin) w bonis of tin. drav lierutnn
caught aud the vehicle tipped over
Meat twri inf the harrnls nf limit. 1 refro.li-
ments all over the street. Luckily none
were proxen uy mo run.
A new bicycle worth $7f will be old for
136. The mucbine is guaranteed and is a
rare bargain. Machine may bo seeu at the
83 and 35 Lnckawanna avenue. Every
day from n a. m. to iu a. m. Hound steak.
lie; sirloin steak, 14c.; standing rib roast,
lUc.; chuck roast, re: Dolling meat, sc.
fresh pork, lKH'o., Pork sausage, ltto.
Happenings of a Day Tbat Will Interest Many
TRAMPS BECOMING ANNOYING
Residents of tho Twentieth Ward
Complaining Similar Conditions
Existing at Greenwood M. J. Don
ahoe Honored by Columbus Coun
cil Young Men's Institute Funeral
of dames Devine Short Notes.
It is reported by citizens in tho
Twentieth ward that a gang of tramps
infants that bailiwick and they are be
coming perfectly annoying. Thoir
headquarters or rendezvous is at the
mouth of the "tunnel" belonging to
Connell & Ca For a couple of weeks
they have engaged in a series of beg
ging expeditions, the neighboring
houses being their objective points
I or a tune all went well, but nt last
the patience of the people has been
overtaxed. One man said on Monday:
(or two weeks 1 hud a different mau
for supper every night. At last I got
tired of it and on Sunday I positively
refused to give any more of them succor."
At Greenwood, the terminus of the
new street railway extension, a similar
condition provails. Many trampH have
congregated there, and so restless is the
management of the coal company that
five additional night watchmen have
been put ou to guard the compauy's
M. J Donahoe Honored.
At Monday night's meeting of Col
umbus council of the Young Men's in-
ititute, M. J. Donahoe was made the
recipient of a beautiful token of the
esttem in which he is held by hi
brother members. Mr. Donahoe had
just been installed as president a sec
ond time aud was unprepared for the
pnrprise that it was in store for him.
O.G. Boland mado the presentation. He
referred to Mr. Donahoe's admirable
executive ability and to the growth of
the institute, saying that to the former
could be attributed uiuuj) of the suc
cess of the latter. Mr. Donahoe, al
though taken by surprise, expressed
his gratification because his labors in
behalf of the society was appreciated.
Tho gift was a handsome gold chain
and charm. The institute at preseut
numbers more than 100 members.
The funeral of James Devine took
place yesterday afternoon. Services
were held in St. John's church. Inter
ment wis made in Hyde Park ceme
tery. The pall bearers were: James
Corcoran, Patrick Kelly, John Cun-
ti iff, John Burrott, Michael Nealon and
Chancellor C. G. Boland installed
(Ho ronnntlr plantar! nffle.Are nf Hrnneh
85,Catholic Mutual benevolent associa
tion, last evening.
There will be a song service at the
rooms of the Young Women's Chris
tian association tomorrow evening .
Officer Walsh saw some youths using
an air gun ou Cedar avenue yesterday.
They were violating a city ordinance,
but at the officers approach the youth
ful law breakers scampered off.
There will bo a meeting of the La
dies' Catholic Total Abstinence society
at St. Johns ball Thursday evenmg
Although but recently organized, the
fruits of its labors are to be seen in the
male society, fonrteeu new members
being received into the organization on
Councilman Robert Robinson is con
valescent aud will soon be able to be
Thomas J. Gallagher was on the
streets yesterday after a serious illness
John Boland, a former resident of
tho Twelfth ward, employed by urod
head & Illckoy, at Falrview, N. J.
was killed in an accident while he was
at work yesterday morning. His
brother left yesterday afternoon to
bring the remains to this citv.
The Welcome Dancing class, of which
William H. Walter is instructor, is
steadily progressing. The class now
numbers 80 couples and great prepara
tions are being made for its annual
masquerade ball at Gormania hall,
Mondav, Jan. 15,
Patrick Hanuon, of Moosic street
was taken to the Central station house
last evening by Sergeant Zing and
Officer J liomas, sufferiug with insan
ity. He will be examined today and
probably committed to the insane de
partment of the Hillside Home.
Elmer E Vance's great play of rail
road life, "The Limited Mail." which
bus been successfully presented over
ono thousand times in the leading cities
of the Union, will be seeu at the Acad
emy tomorrow evening. Tho author
was a well ' known telegraph operator,
for many years with the Big Four, in
Columbus, and now he 1 counted
among the most successful of man
A ItAlLltOAi) TICKET.
Miss Ilattio Waters, of "A Railroad
Ticket' company, hua scored immense
success in the ingenue role of that
piece. Her interpretation of tho char
acter of Isabelle Ingersnll, a maid very
much in love, is decidedly original and
entertaining and has liftod MUs Wat
ers into prominence. The company
comes to this city next Friday on a re
The usual .order of scenic melodra
ma bus been cast aside bv Lincoln J.
Carter in his new play, "Tho Tornado. '
Mr. Carter not only gives his great
Tornado scene at tho close of the first
sot, but be follows it up in tho second
with three more "special feature," and
in the third not a couple more. "The
Tornado" will be at tho Academy Sat
OFFICERS OF COLUMBIA COMPANY
The West Side Fire Organisation Electa
Them at Monday's Meeting.
At n meeting of the member of the
Columbia Hose company on Monday
evening the following officers wore
D F. Sohoen, first assistant fore
man ; C. A. Yoos, treasurer, and Louis
Schoeu, recording secretary.
Beodleston ft Woera'a and Ballantlne'e
Ales are the beat. E. J. WjAbh, agent, IN
A Bicycle for $3B.
A youth's bicycle will be sold at $35,
worth 175. Call at Tribune office.
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Or Yonrself, yon rannot do bettor than
aii, and see srFBGIMJfXI
At Van Uorder's Uallery, HtU Spruce street.
Hpoclal attention giveu to developing and
nulshlug for amatoura.
LIST OF UNCALLED FOR LETTERS.
Can Be Obtained by Calling at the Post-
List of letters reniainiug uucalled for
at the Scranton postoffiae, Lacka
wnnim county, Jan. 10. 1804. Persons
calling for these letters will please say
advertised and give date of list:
Burdick, J, W. Lund, W. N.
Brack tain, Mr. uuudotv Wm.
Hei iihtirt, Valentino Merrill. Bert
Bretzlne. Mrs. Malouey, John
Bittner, Minn Anna M. Jlullaney, Mis. Kato
Blodgett, Frank Meislonu, Honry
roary, Alms Mary L. MeUumuess, Miss Win
ox. William L. nio
t'awley, Mrs. N. J. MoLeOB, Tony
imiis, i. w. MOflaUy, Hit Mary
1'iiirliaiiks, Sirs. Kranlil'urvls, Adolphu
'urguson, Edward Hennlmiui. w. J.
roru, Prank Roberta Klieka
(Heusou, Mrs. Mury I ltkoads, II. ife Co.
llrady, A. W. Hiehards, Kamuol
(litlliiut, It. Hi. -111.1011(1, Mrs. Lois
Ilunley, .Miss Annie htuchelek, Stephen
How ley. Miss Bell Sherman, Mrs. Honry
llej.lv, Mrs Gertrude .Sornbwrger. Professor
Iliintly, Uoorgo Prank K. (JD
I ones, ..nss .May u riwurtz, Mrs Damol
lenklns. Albert Snencer. A. S.
Keegau. J. H. Belter, Wesley
Kearney, Mrs. Corry Tricksy. Mr., caro of
Kilnmrtin, Win. O. H. Hun wood
Holly, John Williams, II. I',
Kennedy. Mis-l Ellen Wulhert. Owen P
Leech. John J. White, Mrs. Addie.
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tell the tale of first-class bargains at
merely nominal prices.
TWICE PAY YOU
TO LOOK THEM OVER
Martin & Delany,
Coal Exchange Building. 132 Wyoming Ave.
CHINA : HALL
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
THE COLUMBUS MUSIC HOUSE
Is the most popular musical establishment in Northeastern Penn
sylvania. Trie 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 Merchandlsf
constantly ou hand.
The Holidays re here, and this is the place to buy Pianos for a Cb'riflla
1 resent. Prices are lOWer than anv Other mo-ic Stnrn in Kf-rnnlnn Plnactal
Attention Remember alwavs when von start ont to search for . hmnnrffi)
gan that Cbriitopher Columbus noinU with his riuht hand to the exacfrlacA
you want to go. Now here it Is:
THEY FILL THE BILL.
Wn havo tho most complete sssortinnnt of
Men's Furnishing Hoods that ever npoiii'd
to the eyu or to tho tnsto- Homo of our now
shados und designs in Ties sro oBpoclnlly at
tractive. Thoy aro selling at flifiiroH which
give you no excusu for being without all sorts
of slzos and stylos,
205 Washington avenue,
J. W. Guernsey, Prop.
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.
W ar A
THE CLOTHIERS FUR THE PEOPLE,
220 Lackawanna Ave.
P. S.Look for our name before the door before entering-.
Make no mistake.
205 Lackawanna Avenue.
All those who are seeking useful
and serviceable SLIPPERS should
avail themselves Immediately of
the bargains now on sale in
Men's Faust Slipper.... 2. OO; formerly $2.50
Men's Alligator Slipper. S.'Jfi; formerly 3.00
Men's liussia Calf " 1.50; formerly 2.23
Men's Russet Goat " l.BO; formorly 2.00
Men's Kangaroo " 1.50; formerly 2.00
Men's Velvet Op'ra " l.OO; formerly 1.50
Mon'e " " " .50; formorly 1.00
Also, a variety of Fancy and
Colored Slippers, iu all shapes and
styles) at figures far below market
G.W. Owens & Co.
Ladles' Tailors and Furriers,
SI 'KIICE ST.. ,
COL'KT HOUSE SQUARE
Think that because vou hv .jqoI
WINTER FURS OR
FUR CAPES, JACEE
That you can get along without iMUiS
winter. Wa haye three month of
cold weather ahead of us,
To iln-ss warm la to hare 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
Vou know that a garment that fit
perfectly Is what you will buy.
The Price Will Please You.
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Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
The Rpcelnllst on the) Eye. Ilomlnohos unci
Nervousness relieved. Latest anil Improved
Stylo of 15yo (.Masse nnd SpOi:U:les s,t tho
Lowest Prices. Boat Artltloial Eyes inserted
JOS SPRUCE ST., op. Post Office).
"TRIP AROUND THE WORLD"
Portfolio of Photographs
January 10, 1894
Send or In'iiitf in 2 Coupons
of different dates, together
Avitli 5 cents, and receive this
Album of rare Photographs.
Cor. Penn Aye. and Spruce St.
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