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COURT HOUSE NOTES.
Happenings of a Day That Will Interest Hyde
THIEVES WORK IN THE MORNING
Mrs. Emma (,'obb, who was a Drifts in
the fall of 1170, yesterday began proceed
ings lo secure a divorce from her hus
band, Nathan W. Cobb, who deserted her
Oct. 4. 1887, and has since absented him.
self from her side.
Court yesterday approved of the follow
ing bills of the viewers who assessel tho
damages caused by the grading of Itar-fi-ld
BVMnup; Martin McUonough, ISO;
John Hisen, $30: C. B. llardner, $35.
Charles B. Lowry was allowed $1 for
posting notices of tho view.
The awnrd of arbitrators was set aside
by the court in the case of t. W, Stegman
against K. C. Wills.
Court yesterday directed the sheriff to
pay into court tbe money derived from the
sale of tbe property of Loawlg Daddaat
the instance of J. W. and J. S. Miller.
Attoiney James J. O'Neill presented a
petition to the court yesterday asking that
Bifbop O'Hara he allowed to sell to the
Anthracite Land and Improvement com
pany, for $14,000, the pastoral residence of
the Church of St. Kose of Lima, of Car
bondale. The pet mission was grauted.
In an opinio banded down yesterday
Judrje Arclibaid discharged the rule
for judgment iu the case of Charles I), and
Sarah U Wetlierill ngaiust benedict aud
M. (!. Clark, candidate for select council
in the Sixth ward, ye-iterday Hied objec
tions to the certificates of nomination of
Pw rick Golden for the olli of select
council and Michael J. limine for the of
fice of common council. Mr. Clark savs
the papers purport to have emanated from
a Democratic caucus, but that the caucus
was not hld under the rules of the Demo
cratic party nnd the candidates do not
represent the policy of that party. The
objections will be argued next Saturday
Judge Edwards made an order yester
rlny allowing three conncilmeu aud three
school directors to bo horealter elected
from each of the three wards of Olyphant.
At present each ward has two representa
tives in each of these bodies.
Those to whom Clerk of tho Courts
Thomas yesterday granted marriage li
censes were Karl Henry Klein, of Scran
ton, and Louise Kohl man n, of New York:
Henry J. Tuthill anil KoseSontag, of I'eck
vllln: Thomas F. Needhnm and Winifred
B. Kenuy, of Scrsntou.
Bskdleston ft Woerz's and Ballantlne'a
Ales are the bent. . J. Waluu, agent, M
Kkminotox Typewriters and Edison
Pbonographs for sale and ront. Copying
work executed. Phonographs rented for
an evening's entertainment Telephone
2343. Edw. Uuuster, Jr 433 Hpruoe
Trial Trip Made on the Greenwood
slon of Electric Road.
Thcy Enter the House of John Doud,
on Sherman Avenue, and Steal
$295 from a Bureau Drawei Elias
Lawrence's Narrow Escape from
Death During an Exciting Run
awayDelaware, Lackawanna and
Western Cars Get Off tho Track.
I'l'he West Side Offloa of the BOBAIrTON
Tliinutiu Is located at IS South Main ave
nue, when subscriptions, advert isemnuts
and communications will receive prompt
A during robbery was oommlttuil at
an early hour yesterday morning at the
home of John Doud, on Sherman ave
nue, while the occupants slumlmrod.
The thieves entered through a window
on the side of the UOUS4, and m ney
amounting 1898 was tskeu from a
bureau drawer in a bedroom on the
gronnd Boor, All the other drawer In
the bureau were ransacked and some
of the goods stolen. Patrick Scott, a
workman who resides iu the vicinity,
saw the open window while on bis way
to work, ami remarked to Sirs. Doud
that they must feel rather warm to
have the window open. Mrs. Doud
knew that she di I not leave it open
and immediately investigated. It was
then that the family discovered its
Narrow Escap from Death.
An exoltiog runaway occurred yes
terday afternoon at J o'clock, iu which
Ellai Lawrence, of Lafayette street,
bad a narrow escape from death. Mr.
Lawrence started from his home with
a horse attache 1 to a light bttggv and
drove slowly down the street. When
Hearing Lincoln avenue the auiiuil
became frightened aud dashrd off, at
terrific speed. Wheu Sumuer avenue
was reached the horse endeavored to
make a short turn, but in doing so the
buggy was uns-t, but tlis aiiiuul kept
on. The bnggy separated at the king
bolt and the young min was thrown
into the real. He still clung to the
reins with a death-like grip, and in
this manner was drugged through tho
mud until the animal was brought to a
standstill. How Mr Le wrsnoe escaped
with only a few cuts aud bruises is a
mystery. The vehicle was badly
wrecked and was strewn along the ro.il
Archdeaconry of fcranton.
The Arch leaconry of Soranton com
menced its winter session last evening
in St, David's church on Jackson
street. -Rev. Edward Henry Eckel,
rector of the Trinity church at West
Pittston, spoke on ''Ths Church of
America," with its relation to the
church of England, Rev. E. J. Bal
sley, rector of the Triuity church of
Carbondale, spoka on "In Minion in
America." The service will be con
tinued this evening.
Car Cf the Track
While an engine, was backing a train
of Delaware. Lackawanna aud Western
cars ir.to the coal chu'es at the Oxford
breaker, oae of them jumped the track
at the .Scranton street crossing and the
rest became badly tangled up. Tin
car was thrown off on the upper side
and the flig station wis knocked over.
Fortunately no one was injurad,
His Birn Was Robbed.
John Plannlgan, of Hampton street,
was surprised yesterday morning by
finding that his birn had bien brokm
into by thieves during the nig it. Vh?n
he went to the barn yesterday morn
ing it was band t lit th I lok on ths
barn door was broken off, ami that two
geese and about 230 p muds of foel h id
McK nUy Republican Club
Ther will be a meeting of the Fifth
ward McKinlev Republican club this
evening, at its club room in the
French roof building on Washburn
street. Every member is requested to
be present, as business of importance
will be transacted and action taken for
increasing the membership.
A New Organiz ition.
A meeting of all those who have
signed tho petition giving their inten
tion toj ln the new organize: in known
as the English Ivoritos will bi held
this evening at the Philosophical rooms
on South Main avenue for the purpos i
of perfecting a permanent organiz i
tion. Fifty signatures have been ob
tained, among them some of the best
citizens of the West Side.
Intsreitlnir Short Itsms.
An ontertainment and social will bo
given an lor the auspices nf Maco coun
cil, No. 43, Degree of Pocahontas, Im
proved Order of Rod Men. on Thursday
evening, Feb. 13, at Heir's hall, Re
freshments will also be served by tho
David Divic?, of Wanamle, lias re
tnrned home, after visiting relatives
on this lid .
Miss Ray Williams has resigned as
organist in tbe Welsh (! ilvinitlc .Meth
odist church Miss Lizzie Parry will
till the vacancy.
Robert, the son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
(i Daniel, of South Main avenue, is ill.
Emerson Owen, of North Bromley
avenne, has accepted a position as
West Side correspondent of the Times.
Mr. Owens is a brighk young man,
and has a good scent for news.
Miss Annie Owens, of North Main
avenne, is suffering from a sprniued
A. M. Morse ami Alfred Twining, of
the Sunday Free Press, spent yesterday
P. W. Kroraer, of South Main
nvennn, is lying seriously ill at his rsBi -deticn.
Mr. Krorner was stricken with
paralysU a week ago today, and since
that tims he has laid almost in an un conscious
Taberniole Congregational church is
making arrangements to bold its
fourth annual St, David's entertain
ment and banquet, in honor of David's
Day, On March 1, 18M Evory effort
will be made to make it a fAiccessful
Wednesday Jan. 17 at 10 a. m., the
counters, casen, scales, chairs, tablos, par
titions, awning, candy, rugs, etc., at li'J'J
The pictures which havo excited the ad
miration or so many people muy be had at.
Tlis Tmiiufu office touay. The demand
was so great that the supply was ex
hausted, but a thousand are now ready
Anheuser Busch Bear.
Louis Lobman's, iWo bpruos -ou
A new bicycle worth $7o will be sold for
$83. The machine is guaranteed and is a
rare bargain. Machine may be soeu at the
A NEW GLEE CLUB ORGANIZED
Organist John Lentes to Bo Instruc
torNumber Ten School in Un
sanitary Condition Republican
Caucus Tomorrow Evening Ferdi
nand Scbmitt Much Improved.
sr 31, in charge of Oeneral Man
ager Archer, made a trial trip over the
GfroenWOOd extension yesterday after
noon. The car was in charge of
Ifotorman John Bile and Conductor
Mileg Foley. The following persons
besi le Mr. Archer were in tho car:
P. S. Page, Superintendent (lormley,
Master Mechanic Archer, (Hoe Skenk.
Evau ltebb, Andrew ('onion, Will
Page, A 1 Haydn, M J. O'Toolnanda
TftlBDNK reporter. Rev John Dough
nut boarded the car at Miuooka, as did
John Kelly, the extension contractor.
The trip was uneventful. All along
the line merry urchins danced and
shouted, and "glmmo a ride, mister,''
was frequently heard.
The trip was not as succssful is it
might have been, owing t tho fact
that the fend wire was not cut into the
power house, aud the only power was
given by means of n connection with
the South Bide trolley wire. This will
be remedied this morning, and the
schedule will be arranged and put iu
force at once.
A New OUe Club.
Several South Side young men have
formed themselves into a glee club aud
permanent organization will be ef
footed tomorrow evening. John
Lutes, organist at the Hickory Street
Presbyterian church, will bo instruc
tor and it Is expected that the young
men will have reached such a degree of
profioienoy at Easter that they will be
able to sing at divine service. The
personnel is as follows: John F.
Boheuer, Jaoob Behnnk, A F West
pfabl, Jacob Cristophsl, John Frichtel,
William Brhardt, William Zieteman,
Fred Hermann, Fred Heinz, William
Mans, William Oreenwald nnd Fred
Riebl. The young men do not as yet
know what their voices are fitted for.
This will be determined Wednesday
evening and iu all probability some
name may bo adopted.
Tear Down the School.
For some time Mr. N'o'z has been en
deavoring to have No. 1J school raze.il,
to be rebuilt as a preparatory school
and In a manner suite 1 to the require
ments of modern architecture. The
location of the property just tits it for
Mr. Nolz's views, and th.ro seems no
doubt that within a year or so at mist
he will see the realil ition of his hopes,
The building ougnt to be torn down
on sanitary grounds. It should bi an
object of investigation by tin board of
health. There can be no doubt that it
is unhealthy. Mr. Wagner was forced
to give up tenoning there on account
of aff .'Ctions contracted hy bad ventila
tion, and scUool had to be dismissed
yesterday on the same account
Republicans to Caucus.
The Republicans of the Nineteenth
ward will caucm at Workmen's hill
tomorrow evening. John Noll and
Jacoo Mantz nre candidate! for tho of
fice of school controller, and August
Neuls and Oicar E. Btranoh nre candi
dates for the office of common council.
The vigilants are as follows: First dis
trict, Charles Hainm nnd Louis
Schw.iss; Second district, Honry Molir
and George Nape; Third district, John
P. Rink and Jacob Weisminn; Fourth
district, August EigleharJt und Aug
Ferdinand Sohmidt was somebetter
yesterday morning, lhe doctors are
now in hope that ho has reached tbe
highway to recovery. All hemorrhages
Mrs. John Slabber, of Meadow ave
nue, died yesterday morning. De
ceased was 3D years of age. Tlis fu
neral will take place Wednesday morning.
Select Councilman A T. Connell had
the city engineer corps at work yester
day making an estimate on the cost of
improving Pittston and 1 rospect ave
ones at th culvert, and also the cost
of extending the pipe drain from Stone
to Prospect avenue.
Foreman Andrew White sets a good
exiinplo to tno men ot the William
Connell and other city hose companies
Mr. White is one of the most zmlous
volunteers iu the depariiii'tits, and
sleeps in the hose home nightly.
Miss Ella Clementine Rodgers loc
lured on Temperance before a large
audience, at the Cedar Avenue Metho
dist Episcopal church, Sunday ovenlng
She is a pleasing Speaker, and will
make Scranton her headquarters for
Fred. Mursch, the iron feno builder,
of Pittston avenue, submitted to a deli
cate operation Sunday. It was the re
sult of an accident sustained more than
a year ago.
John Duggan, of Pittston nvennn,
whoso ssrions illness was referred in
these columns, died Sunday night.' He
is survived by a wife and family of
sin ill children.
Lena, tho four-year old danghtsr of
Mrs. (.'. L Wieswaiser, had both feet
scalded in a frightful manner yester
NEW HOTEL FOR SCRANTON.
It Will B I. .it id Whir th Korea t
House la Now.
John Jermyn lias decided to tear
down th run at House and replace it
with a handsome H story modern hotel
Mr. Jacobus, tbe present lessee of the
I'.ii-est Hons, will vacate the properly
April 1, and th work upon the new
itrncturo will begin at once.
Tho new hotel will occupy the entire
space nlong Spruce street as far back
as Oik ford court. The Forest House
at present only occupies about one half
of the lot.
Mr. Jeimyn's new building will be
constructed on the most modern and
most approved plans, now being pre
pared by Architect John A. Duckworth.
Tho ground floor will be devoted to
Stores, of whio I there will be throe
fronting on Wyoming avsuuo ami
similar number ou Sprues street. The
remaining seven stories will be used
for the hotel, The dining room will
be located on tho eighth fl or and will
be reached by three elevators. The new
building will be of brick with stone
Several tbousnnil imrts of l.lin nrf. imrt.
folio came yesterday. A nickel takes this
oook oi nauusome pictures.
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Don't crowd your place of business when
you ceu got storage at 11U iraukliu ave
Quarter Sessions Trial List as Arranged by
District Attorney Kelly.
THE COURT WILL BE KEPT BUSY
There Are More Cases on tho List
Than the Court Will Be Abloto Dis
pose of Wardnn Manslaughter Case
Heads tho List Other Cases That
Are Sot Down for Trial During the
First Week of the Term.
District Attornoy Kelly yesterday
Compiled the trial list, for the two weeks'
term of quarter sessions and oyer and
terminer court which begins next Mon
day. Tbe following are the casts set
down for trial during the first week:
K! S PAY, .IAN 181)1.
1. David Wardati alias Kraiik Warduer,
manslaughter; .lames J. Kelly, pros.
" llavel Wanlsii alias I' rank ai iluer,
fel wounding; John I ' rick, pros.
3, David Wardnn alias Frank Wanlnor,
carrying concealed weapons; John Urlck,
4. Frank Mehnaire, rol. attempt; .lames
F. MoAudrew, pros.
V Frank Melinaire, carrying concealed
Weapons'; .lames F McAndrew, pros.
ft. Margaret Qehre, bawdy house, Wil
liam Price, pros.
7 Margaret Uehre, tip. house: William
B, Oliver P, Swartz, fel. attempt; I). W.
I. ( uruclius Show, L and r. ; Clayton
III. illiatn . irtkl, et. SJ,, con. ; Joseph
II. William ZarSU, et. al., falso prot.;
Joseph BJskieWICS, pros.
19, Charles Lather Tobey, I. and r.; Con
rad Luther, pros,
Kl. Jiilni' U . , a. and b.; Michael Nie-
14, Martha lobey, L and r.; Conrad
15. Fred Luther, L and r.; W. T. Simp
Hi. 1 homas l.iiughran. James Loughnin
and Max Mlnuick, I. nnd r. ; W. T. Simp
17. W. W. Thorpe, a. and b.; N. Sheri
IN. Edward Coleman, open lewdness; M.
III. John Copinski. false prot. : Keubeu
ML Michael Lavelle, John Lavulle and
(luorge Callahan, riot; lleorge Starner,
"I. l-.mtna l av and harles W Into, die.
house; W. T. Simpson, pros.
2". Martin Devanuey.m. ui.; C.U.Smith,
2.1. Winifred Mnrphy, m. in.; I.P.Dolpb,
2i. Max Blewllkey and Anthony Urban,
a. and b. ; John F. Hennessey, pros.
TUESDAY, JAN. 23, 18111.
25. Michael Robbing, false pret.; Ueorge
W. Okell pros.
26. Patrick Oibbous, 1. and r. ; L. D.
27. Henry Vausellor, 1. and r. ; L. D.
VIS. Uridget Joise, 1. nnd r.; L. D. Kem
2:. Dennis Buckley, 1. and r.; L. D.
3U. Henry Howolls, I. and r,; L. D.
81. William Keeso and Dan Mahou, rob
bery; John Flock, pros.
32. Peter McDermott, robbery; Anthony
113. Johu Campbell, robbery; Thomas L.
34. Lawrenco Loughran, L and r. ; Moses
35. Lawrence Loughlan, 1. aud r.; Thos.
:ni Eugene Dutheil, lar. by bailee; An -drew
C. Mitchell, pros.
37. Charles P. OriQiu, bur.; M. Moran,
3S. Joseph Biednus and Adam Wilkalis ,
robbery; Adam Kartouski, pros.
311. Joseph Lildouk, a. and b. : Joseph
Pertifski, pros. '
4u. Frank Scavo, fel. wound.; Qeorgo
41. William James, a. and b.; William
42. Johu Mulkoarn and Sarah Mulkearn,
a. and b.: D. 0. Perry, pros.
4.1. Michael McAudrow, in. m.; Mary E.
44. Frank Shnltz, a. aud b.; James J.
45. John Micknock, m. m.; Michaol Col
4(1. John Micknock, c. c. w.; Michael
47. John II. Suyder, emb.; August
l1-. John P. Coar, emb.; August Sauor,
40, Hannah Finnen, tip. house; B. Davis,
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 24, 1894.
50. M ithew Freebird, I, aud r.; Adi m
Mon sky, pros.
51. Philip Connolly, 1. and r.; John J.
William Dogan, f el. att. ; W. E. Si
53. Michael I lodfroy, tip. house; Martin
S. Mslsta, pros.
54 Michael Godfrey, selling liquor ou
Bnndayi Martin s. Malsta, prs.
65. William Uodfroy, a. aud b.; Joseph
5ii. William Savage. Joseph Sumonskj.
Martin Btnetter, George Weichel ami Jo
soph Goodat, a. and b.; Williams Uodfrey,
57 Steve Sewen. cruelty to animals; E.
A. Jones, pros,
,r.S. Poleuder Rush, 1. and r.; Ueorge
511. Charles Woods.soJnction; Alice Fair
H i. Char'es Woods, c. o. w.; Alice Farr,
HI Qeprgt 11. llellor.a. and b.; E. J. My
112. Felix llanlon. 1. aud r.; W. T. Simp
til. James Dannsr, 1. and r. : Charles
Mi Andrew Mahellick, p. f. n. j John
H5. James Itreck, att. at rape; Andrew
89, Charles N. Hanker, p. f. a. ; Joseph
117. Folix McLaughlin, a and b.; Ann
68, Hurt Bartman, fel. wound.; William
CD. I'alrick Ruane, 1. nnd r.; W. F. Far
7u. John II. Toban, a. and b.; S. K.
71. Frank Dotz, a. aud h.; J. C. Tumor,
72. Frauk'!otz,a. and b.; John Rowland,
THURSDAY, JAN. 25, 1894.
73. D. W. Schoonover, Win. Schoonover,
D. R. Mohoonovor, fsLwonndNoraGleary,
74. Mathow Si'sulon, agg. a aud b.; Win.
T. Simpson, pros.
74. Mathow Sranlou, agg. a, and b.; Wm.
T. Simpson, pros.
70. Mathew Sc.anlon, agg. a, and b.; Wm.
T. Simpson, pros.
77. W. J. Schubmohl. libel; J. A. Dolphin,
78. August Blankonberg, a. aud b.: C.
TB, Patrick Mai la, pointing firearms;
John Koike, pros.
8(1. Phillip Potulos, Knot h Jabon nnd
John Bsrshmski, a. aud b.; Michael Dully,
HI. Patrick Munley' Thos. (iibbons and
Frank Morrow, lar. aud roc; T, F. 1'ierce,
. II1' TOt WAN T A
riiotograph taken of your Wife ,,r Children,
. ' II- IIoks, House,
Or Yi ttrsslfi yon raunot do bettor than
CALL AM) 1KB SPKCIMKirs
At Van Oordor's Gallery, ,tfj Sprnoo street.
Hpeclal attention kIvou to develupiug mid
OnlsbliiK for amateurs.
82. Anthony Monahan, a. aud b , B.
83. P. J. Callahan, emb.; Johu Kiusolla,
84. Johu Ruane and (Jwcu Malia, m. m. ;
Owen Lee, pros.
85. James Kennedy, a. and b. ; M. Bo
80. Mrs. Michael Lyman, a. and b. ;
Thomas J ockot, pros.
87. Peter Andrews, a. andb. ; Ann Pobr,
88. David Kane, a. and b.; J. J. Whito,
80, Philip S. Leonard, at. at rupe; Sarah
J. Morgan, prox.
DO. Mary Jones, a. aud b.; Michael Ly
111. John Holland, a. aud b. ; M. Thomp
Ui. M. Perko and Ueorge Hum, a. andb.;
I, Harrison, pros.
113. William Fitzpatrick and Frank
Measures, att. to rob. ; Frauk Smith, pros.
PJUDAT, JANIIARV 211, 18U4.
!I4. Wolf .Mi Tioforand Steven Stavinsky,
m. in.; I 'mil Von GoilO, pros
U5. Edward Oonklln, a. and b. ; William
DO. Harney Crevalis, a. and b. ; Mat.
B7, Frank Sbanley, a. and b. ; Edward
86. Lewis II. Bailey, emb.; F. E. Wood,
III. John llrozack, m. m.; M. Needle,
inn. Frank Harilla. a. and b. ; Andrew
Cool outage, pros.
101. W. .1 McHala, a. and b.; Paul
102 Patrick Judge, a. and b.j James
103. Theo. Roberts, m. m.;M:ke Runyak,
104. Mat. Hi ay, a. andb.; William Ac
105. Henry Sykos, p. f. a.; Mary U'llara,
bin. Fred Harper, a. ami h. ; M. J. Bul
107. Anthony Peanut and Anthony Val
lenlioe, I. and r.l Anthony Kongor, pros
1UH U. O. Stock well, false prot.; E. H.
100, D. fl. Stockwell, false pret.; C.
110. E. J. BhrgOod, for., ent and dot.;
James Obristman, pros,
HAIL HI) AY. JAN. 27, 1804
111. William Armstead, surety; Cathar
ine Mulherin, prox,
U2. A. T. Bwtngle, desertion; Mary
118, Thomas Harris and Mrs. Thomas
Harris, surety; Thomas Price, pros.
114. Mury Dougherty, surety; Patrick
115. Augelo Roma, furoty; Anthony
110. John Scott, surety; Elizabeth Scott,
11.. John Scott, desertion; E.izstmtb
lis. Alexander Sienediu.ska, surety; M,
ll'.l. William 0'Hnra,8urety; Charlotte J'
120. Augelo Viuconz, surety; Elizabeth
121. Joseph Stanton, surety; Charles N,
122. Wesley Cross, desertion, Lida Cross,
128. Anthony Monaghan, surety; Bar
bara Monaghau. prox.
121. Wolf McT'iofor, suroty; Pauli Van
126. Steven Slavinsky, Burety; Pauli Van
120. Robert Melzgo, suroty; Charles
127. A. Fuller Johnston, desertion; U.
Important to Buciueso Men.
The TUBUHl will soon publish a care
fully compihd aud clarified list of tho
leading wholesale, baukiug, manufactur
ing aLd proferjifonal interests of Scranton
and vicinity. The edition will be bound
iu book form, beautifully illustrated with
photogravure views of our public build
ings, business blocks,streets,etc. Tbe circu
lation is on a plau that eannot fail of good
results to those concerned as well as the city
at lariro. Representatives of The Triulnk
will call upon TB08I wko3B names
are DKsniEn lu this edition and explain
its nature more fully. We trust our live
business men will givo it their hearty
Those desiring views of their residences '
in this edition will pleaso leave notice at
Books I Books 1 Books I
During the coming week we shall offer
to tbe subscribers of Tin: Tkiulxk rare
bargains in books.
W e have a largo line of bright and pop
ular volumes, elegantly bound, that we
intend to give to the patrons of the paper
at about one-fourth of the usual price.
The following list will give you an idea
of the inducements and the unusual op
portunities to secure valuable additions to
Tho World's Fair (Newl J2.5U $.85
Pictorial History of the Great
Civil War 3.00 ,80
Pilgrims' Progress (Ulust'odl 2.50 .80
Earth, Sea nnd Sky 2 75 .75
Marvelous Wonders 2.75 ,85
Life and Worka of Sporgeon 1.80 .vi
Pictorial History of the Hible 2.75 ,88
Museum of Wonders 2.75 .85
From Pole to Pole 2.75 .80
Pictorinl History of the Uni
ted States 8.00 .!.)
Science of Life '.'.75 LOO
Lifeof Itanium 1.50 .50
Indian Horrors 1.5'.) ,50
J. sephus ;t (HI 1.0(1
Shepp's Photographs 3.50 1.25
(CUT YOUR COUPONS.)
On presentation of two of these
Coupons, subscribers of TDK TR1H-
I'MP. ,,,l,V ,ill,..iac ... !..
v., t.u..i ....J . Ill
; uuove nsi.
33 and 35 Lackawanna avenue. Every
day from 0 a. m. to HI a. m. Round steak,
lie; irlolu steak, 14c.; standing rib roast,
10c.; chuck roast, Sc.; boiling meat. Sc.;
fresh pork, lljf'&l pork sausaco,
but it is a fact. We
havo the largest line
of medium priced
in the city. We sell
no goods but what
CHINA I HALL
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
Prices 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 Ave.
THE COLUMBUS II BOOSE
Is tlie most popular musical establishment in Northeastern Penn
sylvania. The highest grade of Pianos and Organs. Tho
lowest prices obtainable anywhere and the most liberal
termsever offered to purchasers are some of the
leading inducements. Look at the list
E verctt Pianos,
loso & Sons ' Pianos,
Popular Pease Pianos.
THE WORLD RENOWNED
Story & Clark Organs,
Chicago Collage Organs,
And all kiwi of Musical Merchandlsj
cuustuutJy on Laud.
The Holidays are here, and this is the place to bny Pianos for a Christmas
i resent. I rices aro lower than any other music store in Scranton. Special
.Wtl.ntlOll Kellll lllbl T Illwuva when vnn t . i. t ris T- -,
gan tnat Christopher Columbus points with his right hand to the exact place
..iv vs t. nuw litre HI5.
205 VASHINGTON AVENUE,
J. W. Gucrnccy, 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.
THE CLOTHIERS FOR THE FEOPLE,
220 Lackawanna Ave.
P. S.Look for our name before the door before en
Make no mistake.
.W. Owens & Co.
All thoso who nro socking useful
ami serviceable SLIPPERS should
avail themselves Immediately of
the bargains now on sale iu
Men's Faust BUppr....Sf.OO; formorlv HSO
Men's Alligator Blipper, (.Mi formerly 8100
Men's KtiHsia Calf " 1.50; formerly 2.2S
Men's Bnssst Qoat " 1.50; formerly 8.00
Men's Kangaroo " 1,50; formerly ilX)
Men's Velvet op'ra" 1,00) formerly 1.80
Men's " " " .50; formerly 1.00
Also, a variety of Fancy nnd
Colored Slippers, in nil shapes nnd
styles, at lignres lar below market
SCHANK'S Arcade Sboa Stors.
J M ,
Ladies' Tailors and Furriers.
tl 'RUCK ST..
CO! KT HOUS1- SQUAKIi)
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
Tlie SjioeiallHt. en tlie Eye. lletulnche-t nnil
Nei viiusinws relieved. Latest and Improved
style of Bye Qlassss and Bpeotaolss at the
LoweetPrioea Best Arltleisl Byss hiairtefl
305 SPRUCE ST., op. Poet Office.
Think that because you hare not
WINTER FURS OR
FUR CAPES, JACKET,
That yon can get along without it this
winter. Wo have three months oi
colli weather ahead of us.
To dress warm is to have GOOD
You will find onr stock large with
If you think of buying or
not, visit us. We may havo
just what you were looking
Yon know tlmt a garment that fits
perfi cily is what you will buy.
The Price Will Please You.
Z ell TMIIS OUT. S
I "TRIP AROUND THE WORLD "
I Portfolio of Photographs I
I COUPON. I
5 January 16,1894 S
Semi or bring lu2Goapons s
5 of different dates, together :
5 with 5 cents, anil receive tins I
s Album of rare Photographs. E
Cor. PSOn Ave. and Spruce St.
CI IT TlUM ( II IT.