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THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING. JANUARY 12. 1894.
IN GREAT VARIETY.
No Fake Sale in Our3
TVr- have better bargains every flay I'f
tro yenr than to-caUoil "bargain diiya, "
"cleariug sales," ami sucu will-known,
worn-out, plnyed-out scheme will afford.
Fur real bargains lu 71881-CLASS N EV
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Popular, reliable and. within lyoar reach.
HALLET & DAVIS
Have taken over 100 first premiums hi
the past titty yearn
Other makes of Planoe. Four malt."1! nf
Organs in beautiful new designs. See onr
stock betoft buyinj. We hare the goods.
t)ur prices aio rig-lit Every thau ui Hie
STELLE k SEELEY
IS4 Wyoming Ave., Scranton. Pa.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE GENUINE POPUl'.B
HAVE THE INITIALS
G., B. 5c Co.,
Imprinted nn Eann Cigar.
Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr'3.
toliltl inn m. mji ii. 1..
DR. H. E3. WARE
EYE, EAR. KOSE AND THROAT.
KK HOURS :Jf-M.
135 WYOMING AVE.
Richard Gallagher, of Olyphant. called
on North End friends yesterday.
George Atbertou and sister, of the North
Eud, spent Wednesday in Ulyphaut.
Jlrs. Albert A. Bellwood. nee Miss Ata
lanta Bouney, of Virginia, is visiting Mrs.
L. A. Watres.
W. K. Hichart, of North Main avenue,
left last evening for Philadelphia and Wil
Mr. and -Mrs. Connell, of Wilkes-Barre,
returned home yesterday after a visit with
Park Place friends.
John Tigue, of West Market street, Prov
idence, has returned from Youiigstowu.O.,
Where he has been for some time past.
Mrs. M. E. Hoban. of Pawnee street.
North Eud, who had been visiting friends
in Philadelphia, returned home yesterday.
Rev. Mr. Jndd, of Omaha, Neb., is visit
ing Park Plack friends. He was formerly
pastor of the Park Place Methodist Epis
Mrs. M. A. Bailey and son Aubrey, of
New York street, returned yesterday,
after spending ten davg with friends in
New York city.
Rev. D. D. Phillips, of North Hyde Park
venue, will occupy the pulpit of the
Welsh Calvinistic Methodist "church at
Olyphant on Sunday.
Moses A. Morey, of this city, was ap
pointed a member of the executive board
of the Master House Painters' and Deco
rators' association at the state convention
held at York yesterday.
The Pennsylvania Lumbermen's Protec
tive association, at Lancaster Wednesday,
elected T. J. Snowden. of this city, vice
president. It was decided to hold the
Bemi-annual meeting in Philapelphia in
"A Study in Scarlet."
NEWS FBOI WEST SIDE
One of th notabl comedies of last
season was 'A Railroad Ticket, "which
will be at the Academy this evening.
The company interpreting "A Railroad
Ticket" is an excellent one and in
cludes Arthur Moulion, Jatns T.
Kelley, Harry Blaney, James Bovins,
Harry Porter, Anna Caldwell, Hose
Chesneau, Hattie Waters, Jeannetto
Begeard, Marie Back aud the Cali
The claim is made for Lincoln J.
Carter's new scenio play, "The Tor
nado," which wHl be at the Academy
tomorrow night, that its realisms are
of such an imposing natnre that oven
the pictorial matter used in advertis
ing the play do not do the piece jmticn,
LADY WINDEBMF.RE'S FAN.
The performance of "Lady Winder
mere's Fan" by Charles Frohnun's com
pany will be a society event at the
Acudemy Monday. There are sixteen
acting characters in the play, which is
in fonr acta, three of which are in a
f rononncedly ultra-social atmosphere,
t was Mr. Wilde's original intention
to call the play "A Good Woman." but
it was afterwards found that "Lady
Windormere's Fan" suited it better,
OFFICERS OF COURT ETHAN.
They Wars Installed at the Meetlnar
Wednesday evening the following
officers were installed for Court Ethan,
Ancient Order of Foresters: C. R, T.
Hills; S. (J. R., 11 W. Flynn; financial
secretary, J. H. Keant; treasurer, W.
Johnson; J, W., A. Doro; & W.. J.
G. Dierks; J. B . F. Banks; S. B.( W.
Kirlce;P. C. R. A. G. Hills.
The officers were installed by D. H.
0. R. W. Johnson, assisted by W. Hills
as sir herald. The above court initiated
twenty-seven mwmberB the last term
and there are several propositions for
iuitation for the next'rogular meeting.
An enjoyable timo was held after the
Hippcfliugs of a Day That Will Interest Hyde
MICHAEL NEE A DESPERATE MAN
He Escaped from One Officer and
Threatened to Shoot Two Others.
Marriage of Miss Lizzie James to
John Thomas A Bold and Daring
Thief Arrested Several Social
Events News in Brief.
Important to Basin Ken.
The Tkiiiunk will soon publish a care
fully compiled and classified list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Scranton
aud vioinity. The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully illustrated with
photogravure views of our public build
ings, buslnoss blocks.stroetH.etc. The circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good
results to those concerned as well an the city
at large. UopresenmtiveB of The Tmbune
will call upon thouk wnoHB names
are desired In this edition and explain
Its nature more fully. We trust our live
business men will give it their hearty
Those desiring views of their residence! '
In this edition will please leave notice at
Anheuser Buuoh Beer.
Louis Lohuian's, H& bnruceoc.
The West Side ofum of the SnnANT.i.l
Thuiunk Is located at US Boath Half) ave
nue, where HubsoriptioiH. advertise meats
mid communications will receive prompt
Michael Nee, a shoem aker, who re
shies on Luzerne street, was arrested
Wednesday by Constable Burschell for
.assault and battery, on complaint of
his family. Nee afterward escaped
from the officer. The warrant whs
then put iu the hands of (.'unstable
Joues, who, accompanied by Constable
Diavies.repaired to the houss of Nee at
midnight. Ho armed himself with a
revolver and defied them to arrest him.
He barred the door and then appeared
at the bedroom window flourishing his
revolver. At this point Officer Jones
burst open the door and Nee rushed
down stairs. He was Hrabbed bv Con
stable Jones and a desperate s;!iillli
ensued, hut with the assistance of Con
stable Davies the prisoner wss over
powered and placed in the West Side
station house. At a hearing before
Alderman T. T. Morgan yesterday
morning the prisoner was committed
in default of $800 bail to the county
A pretty wedding was solemnized
last evening at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs, John James, of South Rebecca
avenue, at 8 o'clock. The OOOtrsetlng
parties were John Thomas, of LuierM
street, and Miss Lizzie Jamil, dan'li
tvr nf Mr nvt Mm .lames The cere
mony was performed in the parlor by
Kev.T. J. Uoii ma, pastor ot tue osranton
Street Baptist church, only the im
mediate friends aud relatives being
,,ruapnt After the ceremony onLTlt-
nlations follow, d and a choice rennst
was served. The evening was enjoy
ably spout and at a seasonable hour
the guests dep arted. The young couple
n-il i'ii to hnnukasninif in their taste
fully funnelled home on Jackson street.
The Thief Captured.
Jupsko Fignla, an Hungarian, was
arretted yesterday afternoon by Con
stable Bursenell. He is oharged by
Arthur Heal, proprietor of the Peo
ple's Dry Goods store on South Main
avenue, with .stealing a comfortable
from in front of the store. The thief
was seen in the act by R. J. Hughes, u
merchant across the Btreet, who gave
the alarm. The Hungarian dropped
the goods and ran, but was soon cap
tured and taken before Alderman Oram
for a hearing, He admitted his guilt
and was committed to the county jail
in default of $800 bail, Mr. Heal has
had his goods stolen on several occa
sions, as was stated iu Tuesday's issue
of The Tkibine.
. most pleasut social wi held Ust
ning in Beers' hull, on Norrh Maiu
A Pleasant Social.
aveuue, bv several Hyde f.irk young
ladies. The hall was tastefully d'jco
rated with Chines l anterns and bunt
ing and presented a very neat appear
ance. A pleasant time was had for
many hours in dancing. Music was
furnished by Miss Nellie Curran.
About thirty couple wers present.
Tho30 who hail charg of the) affair
were Misses Lizzie Thomas, Jessie
Hurlow, Jennie Owens, Lizzie Davies.
Leah Joseph, Lizzie Lawrence, Lizzie
Thomas, Johanna Davies nad Gertie
Thomas. The Manjuette club was in
Kicked bv a Mule.
Handel Jones, a young man residing
on Washburn street, sustained a broken
nose at noon yesterday while at his
work in the Continental mines. Jones
is employed as a driver and was urging
his beast forward, when it kicked him
in the stomach and upon the nose,
breaking the latter. He was romoved
to his home on Washburn street and
Dr. Moylan summoned to dress his in
juries. Short Items of New
The Bardic society of the West Side
would like to know who is "Olan Car
mailt" who has ia fine ode in this week's
issue of the "Drych, one of the load
ing Welsh journals of this country.
The poem is headed, "A Voice from a
Hospital," and is signed Hyde Park,
Pa. Answer through these columns.
A stereoptieon lecture will be given
in the First Welsh Congregational
church on Monday evening by Ruv. 1).
W. Skellinger, pnstor of the Washburn
Street Presbyterian church. The sub
ject will be "Tue Journeys of Christ
Through Palestine," and will be very
A pleasant social was held last evsri
ing in .Wear's hall by Keystone lodge,
No. !)7, Loyal Knights of America. An
enj iyahle time was had by all who at
tended, music being furnished by Pro
fessor Johnson. The committee in
charg was C. F. Keller and Isauc
Dr. A. A. Lindabury, of Sjuth Main
avenue, is ill.
A class for the instruction of vocal
music has been organized at the Jack
son Street Baptist chnrch under the
leadership of William B. Owen.
A special meeting of the Ancient
Order Knight of the Mystic Chain,
will be held on Tuesday evening at the
lodge rooms. Matters of great In
portanco will be discussed.
At a meeting of the Temperance
Christian union, officers for tho ensu
ing year w-r elected as follows: Presi
dent, Fred Hnrtzell; vice president,
Charles R. Hopewell; ecretary.Charle
W. Connolly; treosuror, Charles Con
stantinu; sorgeant-at-iarms, Thomas
Evans; general manager, Louis Kline.
Holy Rosary church was filled to
overflowing Wednesday evening to wit
ness tho marriage of John 1'. Boyce, of
Chiuchtlla,nud Isabella IIealy,of Oreen
street. ThomnB iiealy was groomsman
and Bridget Jordan bridesmaid. Rev.
Father O'Donnell performed the nup
tial service, ufter which th party
drove to the home of the bride to re
oeive tho congratulations of numerous
Mlis B. Hawley, of Pittston, is visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. John Mullens, of
West Market street.
Michael Ford, of the Logget's cretk,
was struck bv a coal train at the Oly
phant depot as be was alighting from
a passenger train. The engine struck
him on the forehead, indicting an ugly
A farewell social was held in O'Don-
nell's hall Wednesday evening in honor
ot John May who is going to enter a
Baltimore college. Mr. May intends
studying for the priesthood, and will
enter the order ot Jesuits.
M. McManauny, pitcher of the Eureka
Bsbs Ball team, will be married on Jan.
24 to a popular young lady of this place.
Captain Walls, of Eurskas, will bo' the
Tho M irvin, Von Storch and Cn.ek
mines wore idle on Tues lay in conse
quence of the breaking of the column
pipo and bull pump in the Marvin.
C. Berry, late of tho Sixth 1'nited
Stntvs cavalry, intends to organize a
bugle corps in the near future. Mr.
Berry must be thoroughly competent,
having served five years as trumpeter
in the Hegnlar army. It was he who
performed the solemn duty of sound
ing "Taps" over the famous Indian
fighter, General Crook, also ex-Sacro-taryof
War Belknap, and a number of
other distinguished officials.
Mrs. Patrick Gallagher.of 170H Brick
aveuue, died Wednesday, age I Tit years.
No. 23 school, to the dilnpidatad con
dition of which we have already culled
attention, now has lilt) pupils attending
it. The seating capacity is iuade-
l .at--. Principal Costello had to con
vert the cloak room into a class room,
which can accommodate twenty-eight
children, but it is overcrowded. Miss
B. Norton has charge of this impro
vised room. Miss Anna Barrett has
forty-four pupils and Mr. Costello
from forty-five to fifty. The school
and its unfavorable location was con
demned some time ago as being un
healthy by reason of Hb unsanitary
condition and improper ventilation.
The population of the district in which
No. 23 is situiatod has increased 61) per
cent since the school was built, and it
seems time to r place antiquated 28
with a more csmmodious and sightly
SMALL BLAZE AT PROVIDENCE.
Shed ia Rear of Jsmes Haifen'e House
Burned lit Midnight
An alarm of fire sounded at mid
night was caused bv a small blaze at
James Hugen's, on Breaker street, iu
the North End,
A shed in the rear of the home
caught tire in some unknown manner.
The Liberty and General Phiuiiey com
panies responded to the alarm.
CRIMINAL AND ORPHANS' COURT.
The New Calendar e Cffidallv Revised
by the Judges.
Terms of the Court
of Oyer and Terminer
and Quarter Sessions, j
Lackawanna county as:
Now, Jan. 8, 1 804. it is ordered bv
the Judges of the Court of Over and
Terminer and General Jail Delivery
and Court of Quarter Sissions of the
Peace of tho said county, that there
shall be fiv regular terms of said
court in each and every year, and that
the times for holdiug the same shall bo
as follows, to wit:
The Monday following the fourth
Monday of January, to b known as
the February sessions, and to continue
two weeks; the third Monday follow
ing the fourth Monday of March, to be
known as the April sessions, to con
tinue two weeks; tho third Monday
of June, to be known as the June ses
sions, to cnutinue two weeks; the third
Monday following th third Monday of
September, to be known as the Ostober
sessions, to continue two weeks, and
the third Monday following the second
Monday of November, to be known ns
D-'cembr sessions, to continue two
weeks It is further ordered that the
grand jury for each of the said terms
shall be summoned in the manner re
quired bv existiug laws, to met prior
tothe times for holding ssid courts, as
follows, to wit: For the February sss
sions, on the first M wday of January ;
for the April sessions, on the third
Monday of March ; for the June sessions,
on the Monday preceding the last
Monday of May; for the October ses
sions, on the second Monday of Sep
tember, and for the December sessions,
the first Monday of November. It
shall be th duty of countable, alder
men and justices of the peace to make
all such returns to the said courts, as
they ate required to make nndr exist
ing laws, on the days respectively
fixed ns aforesaid for the meeting
of the grand jury. It is
further ordered that a session of tho
court of quarter swsions. to be known
as license oourt, be held on the second
Monday of March in each year, for the
hearing and consideration of applica
tions for and remonstrances agaiust
the granting of licnsns for the sale of
vinous, spirituous malt and brewed
liquors. By tho Court,
R. W. Akciihald, P. J.
N. B. Forth year lb'Jl this order
is not to apply to or effect tho January
Attest: John H. Thomas,
Clerk of tho Court of Quarter
Suasions and Oyer and Terminer.
In re )
Happenings oi a Day That Will Interest
Many Tribune Headers.
BREEZY POLITICAL POINTERS
District Officers Nominated by Demo
crats in the Nineteenth Ward Re
publicans to Caucus Next Wednes
day Evening Ferdinand Schmidtt's
Condition H. J. Butler Injured.
a'. .. in rt Mt
Orphans' C inrt.
Lackawanna Count v. as.:
Now, Jan, 8, lxiii. it is ordered by
the judges ot the orphans' court of said
conrt of said county, that ther shall
be five rogular terms of said conrt in
each and every year, and that the
times for holding the same shall be as
follows, to wit :
Tim second Monday of January, to
continn three weeks; the fourth Mon
day of March, to continue three weeks;
tho last Monday of May, to continue
three weeks; the third Mionday of Sep
tember, to continue three weeks, and
tho second Monday of Novembor, to
continue three weeks.
By tho Court
R. W. ABOBBAU), P. J.
N. B This order is not to apply for
th year 1801 to any court prior to tho
Attet: John H. Thomas,
Clerk of Orphans' Court.
LIMITED MAIL AT THE ACADEMY,
The Popular Railroad Drama Plal a
Elinor E. Vance's remarkably real
istic play, "Th Limited Mail," at
tracted an immense audience at tho
Academy of Music lust evening. The
audlenoe applauded with great spirit,
and tne presentation as a whole was
Th scenery was very fine and the
appearance of an apparently genuine
sttara engine upon the Academy stage
was greeted with much enthusiasm.
The dancing of Beatrice was very good.
The company was entirely competent
mid put a good deal of animation into
A new bicycle worth $7ii will lie old for
t3b. The machine is guaranteed mid is a
Mre bargain. Machine muy be seou at the
S3 and 86 Lackawanna avenue. Every
day from n a. m. to 1(1 a. m. Round steak,
11c; sirloin steak, 14c.; standing rib roast,
10c; chuck roast, 8c: boiling imint, 4c;
fresh pork, l -'(:.; pork sausage, 1J tc
The Democrats of the First, Second
nnd Third districts of tho Nineteenth
ward caucused Wodnt'ri lay evening,
with the following result: First dis
trict, jndge.Miartin May; inaqmctor, M.
J.ltyan; register, lleury Heinz. Second
district, judge, Conrad Bellarsheimer ;
inspector, Martin Woyannr; register,
Martin Biglin. Third district, judge,
Hugh Caffery; inspector. Patrick Mill
laney; rgistr, William Kiden. At all
caucuses the hearty support of the vot
ers was pledged to 11. NotI and P. J.
ilickoy, candidal- for school control
ler and common councilman. The
Fourth district caucus will be held
The Republicans of the Nineteenth
wnrd will caucus at Workingmen's
hall next Wednesday evening Tho
intention is to name a ward ticket,
supplemented with exceedingly strong
candidates in tho various districts, to
attempt to defeat the nominees of their
Ferdinand Schmidtt's Condition.
Ferdinand Schmidtt, well known for
many years as ia lender in Nineteenth
want Republican politics is iu a very
precauious condition at his hotel in
Roaring Brook township. In fact the
attending physician gave him uu and
predicted that life would b vxtinct
yesterday at noou. He was bleeding
prolusely and nil efforts to (top it had
been found unavailing Au old gentle
man named Neuls was called in us a
last resort and succeeded in preventing
th loss of blood. It is questionable if
th cure is permanent. Mr. Schmidtt,
who was dolirious, has recovered the
use of his faculties.
Early Horning Bluz)
Early yesterday morning tan alarm
of fire was sounded from box 57. The
id. .. was in the hnhi owned and oc
cupied bmMr. aud Mrs. Patrick Oib
sou and family, of Fig striet, near the
Bauqaoit silk mill. The William Con
nell And the Neptune companies re
sponded and the fire was extinguished
after the interior of the building was
destroyed. The furniture, with the
exception of the piano and som cbina.
was saved. The origin of the fire is
Henry J. Butler, driving for Kelly &
Casey's brewery, was painfully injurad
Wednesday, aud iu a manner that will
online Mm to Ins home for some time
While he was unloading a barrel of ale
his foot slipped, owing to the frozen
ground, and the barrel descendej
striking full on his foot. Dr. Haggerty
19 attending nun.
Common Counoilman Robinson at
tended the meeting of the lower branch
of the city government last evening
and was warmly greeted by his col
O L. Helriegel was tendered a snr
prise pnrty last evening, tho occasion
being his fiftieth birthday. It was a
memoruhlo event aud will bo long re
Councllmen who are themselves
seeking a re-election will find it rather
an expensive pastime to Interfere in
the ward tights of their colleagues
Miss Julia Kelly has not lost her
sight, as at first expected. Yesterday
she was able to discern objects that
were held before her.
M. J. Coyne, the well known ama
tur comedian, will impersonate the
part of a policeman in "Escape from
Libtiy. 1 he lines not being satisfac
tor? Mr. Coyne will revise them.
Miss M aggie Cawley, of Irving av
nue, ws married to Mr. Burke, of
Dunmore, at St. Peter's cathedral last
Dennis Crimes, of Ashland, Neb., is
the guost of Roger Crimes, of Stone
JAMES J. M'CARTY PARDONED.
He Has Been lu ths County Jail Sine
April 29, 1893
Govornor Pattisou yesterday, in pur
suaucu of tie rocomiut'iidiation of the
board of pardons, pardons 1 Jnnws .1
McCarty, who is serving a term of one
year in the county jail for forgery. His
sentence began on April lHUM.
4 ho governor also commuted the
death sentence of Joseph ,ppe, of Al-
legbony county, to life imprisonment
"A Study iu Senile!."
Dyspeptla ami Indigestion
In their worst forms nre cured by tin
use of P. P. P. If you are debilitated and
run down, or If yon need a tonic to regi
Ih sh and lost appetite, strength and vie
take P, P. 1., and you will be strong and
healthy. ! or shattered constitutions and
lost manhood p, P. 1". (Prickly Ash. Po
Hoot aud Potassium) is the king of all
medicines. P. P. P. is the greatest bio
purifier iu the world. For sale by I
Onr dozen of (irillln's ivorvetto aihot
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n ,,, , ... ii.- 'i' i i ill., i J'llv.i'.l.
What cau you present your frieuds that
win uo moro iiccoinnuic-r
A Study in Scarlet.
Beadloston ft Woerz' nnd Ballantlne'a
Alee are the best. K. J. tt ai.mii, agent, as
Lu aiiwuiiua avouu. '
"A Study in Scarlet."
A Bicycle for $36.
A youth's bicycle will be mid at X
worth io. Call at 1 ntiiine ofllcn.
Time Will Tell
OF "A STUDY
IK VOl' WANT A
Photograph taken nf your Wlfo or Children,
Herat's, Im'km, House,
Or Vcursclf, you rennotdo better than
CALL AND SKli ePCOIkUCMI
At Van (border's Oallory, KM Hpruue etroet
Special attuntlou given to developing and
uiiisuiiig cor amateurs,
THE CORWIN'S ISOLATION.
It Give Color to tbe Belief That Willi
Editor of The TribUKE:
Sir: Muny conjectures have been
published u to the reason for the ac
tion of the captain of the cutter Cor-
win, in so mysteriously remaining no
luted in San Francisco harbor, but I
have seon none which seems consistent
with tho facts which have been given
When th Corwin arrived a lieuten-
uut was sent ashore with Willis' dis
patches iu cypher, to he telegraphed to
Washington, lie went directly to the
captain's homo and informed his wife
that her liUBhutid was well, but could
not laud until Thui-sdiay. Secretary
(iresham is reported to havo stated last
Monday that neither the president nor
any of the officials in Washington bad
given any orders to the Corwiu to thus
remain isolated, and they could not
Have delivered such orders before the
lieutonant was put oil with the cypher
1 he rational conclusion in harmony
with these facts is that as Willis' priu-
tpal st ill m lit was ("-ill in writing to
be sent by mail from San Francisco,
and that he knew it would require sev
eral days in transit, he gave directions
to the captain to r. main isolated until
sufficient time had elapsed to have his
mail reach Washington, so as to pre
vent erroneous or undesirable state
ments being obtuined from those on
board and telegraphed to Washington
ii advance ot his aomuiunications. It
seems to me that you would be justified
n editorially assuming such to be the
fact. Very renptctfully yours,
Houesdale, Jan. 10.
REGULAR FOOT BALL HAIR.
Growth Ditp'ayod by Conitantlne Ura-
witz in Polio Court.
Constantino Urswitz, a retired foot
ball player or uu anarchist, if the length
of his hair is a good criterion, was
ohurgod iu polici court last evening
with acting in a vary disorderly man
ner on Charles street.
It was alleged Urswitz amused him
self by throwing stones through his
neighbors windows. When questioned
as to the veracity of tho charge he did
not know whether it was true or not,
so Alderman Wright fined him $5 on
"A Study iu Scurlst."
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to the subscribers of The Thihi ne rare
bargains iu books.
We have a large line of bright and pop
ular Volumes, elegantly bound, that wo
intend to give to the patrons of the paper
at about one-fourth of the usual price.
Tho following list will give you an idea
of the inducements and the unusual op
portunities to secure valuable additions to
The World's Fair (New) fi.SO $ ,S5
Pictorial History of the Ureal
Civil War 3 00 .80
Pilgrims' Progress (Illust'edl B.M .80
Earth, ea and Sky ITS .75
Marvelous Wonders 2.75 ,S5
lift and Works of Bourgeon 1.80 .en
Pictorial History of the Ilible 8.78 .85
Museum of Wonders 2.75 .85
From Pole to Pole 2.75 .80
Pictcrial History of the Uni
ted States .LOO .0.1
Solsncs of Life 2.75 1,00
lafeof Barnun 1.80 ,80
Indian Horrors 1.50 .50
.1 BephUI 3.00 1.00
Shepp's Photographs 3.30 1.25
(CUT YOUR COUPONS.)
uu presentation of two ol tk
Coupons, Subscribers of THE TU1H
l'NU may purchase uuy book iu the
Trices on goods in our windows will
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 Avs.
lUU don'tknow it,
but it is a fact. We
have the largest line
of medium pricede
DINNER, TEA AND
in the city. We sell
no goods but what
CHINA l HALL
WEICHEL & MILLAR -
116 Wyoming Avenue.
S II HOUSE
Is the most popular musical establishment in Northeastern Penn
sylvania The highest grade of Pianos and Organs. The
lowest prices oblainable 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,
And all kinds of M.isicnl Merchandise.
constantly on hand.
The Holidays are here, nnd this is the place to buy Pianos for a Cbristroaj
i resent. I rices are lower than any other music storo in Scranton. Special
Attention Kemember always when vou start out to search for a I'ianoor Or.
gan that Christopher Columbus point with his right hand to the exact place
you want to go. Nowhere itis:
205 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
J, W. Guernsey, Prop.
Do You Need an Ulster?
Do You Need an Overcoat?
T 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.
THE CLOTHIERS FOR THE PEOPLE,
220 Lackawanna Ave.
P. S. Look for our name before the door before en
tering. Make no mistake.
All those who are Becking useful
ami serviceable SLIPPERS should
avail themselves immediately of
the bargains now on sale in
Men's Faust Slipper.. ..S9.00; formsrlv IUS0
Men's Alligator slipper, H.BSi formerly aw
Mi'ii's llussiia I'alf " I.BO; formerly SM
Man' RtuMt Qoat," I.M; farmer tr '-'.uu
Men's Kangaroo " 1..MI; formerly :'.IK
Mull's Vilvet l ip'ra" 1.00) formerly 1.10
Men's " ' " ..(10; tormorly UU
Also, a variety of Fancy ami
Colored Slippers, in all shapes nnd
styles, at figures far below market
SCHANK'S Arcade Shoe Store.
G.W. Owens k Co.
Ladies' T:i.lors ami Furriers,
l W S1 ,R 1 CK ST.,
tJUO COl : IvT HOI !SE 8
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
The Specialist on ttio Eye. Heannohes nnd
Nervousness relieved. Latest and Improved
Ktyle o( ICyo (Hasans ami BpaotaolM at tho
Lowest Prices. UeJt Artltlcial Kyes inserted
3"5 SPRUCE ST., op. Poat Offic.
Think that because you have not
WINTER FURS OR
FUR CAPES; JACKET,
That yon can tr.'t along without it this
winter. We have thrde months of
cold weather itheaJ of us.
To alress warm is to havo OOOD
You will find our stock largo with
If you think of buying or
not, visit us. We may havo
just what you were looking
You know that n garment that :i:
perftcily is what yon will buy.
The Price Will Please You.
CUT Tints OUT.
"TRIP MOUND THE WORLD "
Portfolio of Photographs
1 COUPON. "
S January 12,1894
2 Send or bring in 2 Coupons
S of different dates, together
S with 5 cents, nnd receive this 3
3 Allium ot rare Photographs.
THE TRIBUNE, 3
Cor. Penn ATe. and Spnire St.
CI IT THIS (JUT.
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