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TIIE SCRAN TON TRIBUNE TUESDAY JVfOBNING. JANUARY 23. 1894.
IN QRB&T VARIETY.
No Fake Sale in Ours
TVe nnvr-tvtter oartratns everT rlsv lj
Up year than so-ciilled "bnrtriiin dnv, "
'clearing MlMiM ami snch woll-knowi,
nern.ont, jil.iyeil-out schemes will alTonl.
For real baruuiua m VIBbTOLA88 NEW
PIAKOS AND ORGANS
l'opular, reliable ami within your reach.
HALLET & DAVIS
linvetakmi over 100 first ftmlMtf
liit- past ;.;; year.
Other matt" of Pisnne. fcem -ii of
Organs in beautiful uow designs. See our
Muck betore buyinc- We bete the goixlv
Cur prices are n"t. EveiyuuueS " Ui
STELLE & SEELEY
IS4 Wyoming Ave.. Scranton, Pa.
NEWS FROM WEST SIDE
Happening or a Day That Will Interest Hydo
THE NEW LODGE OF IV0R1TBS
Much Enthusiasm Is Being Manifested
in Its Organization Social Last
Evening in Beer's Hall Meeting of
the Hyde Park Literary and Debat
ing Society Rev. Dr. Parke to Lec
ture Nows Notes.
EEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE GENUINE POPULAR
HAVE THE INITIALS
G.( B. St Co ,
tff-nriitp'l pn Eaojj Cgar
Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
itiiiii' MOtalS kOUAMIfc
DR. H. B. WARE
EYE. EAK. NOSE AJSU T1IROAT.
SIJOTo 5.30 .m
OFFICE HOURS :
Mis Mams McConnsll, of Factoryville,
who spent Bandar as. the gnttt of her cou
sin, Miss Clara Titus, lias returned home.
George A. Lindsay, formerly a resident
of I.athmrje but now of LaCrosse, Wiscon
sin, is the fneat of his winter, Mrs. A. E.
Decker, of tie Moses Taylor hospital.
Twenty-nine years ngo Mr. Lindsay left
Lnthropc for the war and since that time
has not been home. Mr. Lmdsay is now a
trusted engineer on the Chicngo. St. l'aul
and Minnesota railrond, and was very
much surprised to notice IKa growth of
this city since he was here last.
Great anxiety is felt throughout the val
ley owing to the critical condition of
Frank Collins, a popular young man of
Girbondale who is pur-uingn course of
study at the State Normal school at
HtTOBdebOfg. Mr. Collins his been suffer
inc for the past week with a severe attuck
of pneumonia and on Sunday Dr. R. H.
Gibbous, oT this city, was called to attend
hita, but owing to exacting professional
engagements he was unable to leave the
city ontil yesterday. Dr. (iibbons left on
the New York express at noon yesterday,
when he met the attending physicians in
consultation, and he avs that while the
yum.,' man is considered seriously ill
tijtre are hopes for his recovery.
COURT HOUSE NOTES.
Commissioners John C. Milier, V. R.
Lai and A. B Dunning yesterday re
ported to the curt ia favor of dividing
the borough of Taylor iutj Ave wards.
Alderman DeLong of the Eighth ward,
wan directed yesterday by the court to
give his boadaiBM, A. J. Casey, security
in the sum of 11,000 to insure him from
los on the bond.
Thomas B. QroaTatlOf was yesterdav ap
p anted jU'lg.i of election of Scott town
ship by the court to fill the vacancy
ra.isod by the removal from ths district of
Theodore A. Taylor.
A rule to show cause why a new trial
should not be granted wa allowed yester
day in tho treeMeM cano of Mrs. Lois
Morss against the Scranton and Forest
City Railroad company.
Patrick Oib'on and .iulin Hibson, of the
South Side, charged with uron, yesterday
entered bail in the sain of 13,000 for their
Bppeeretioe at court. J. S. Miller and
.Tonn P. Gibson bMMM thir boadsmou,
la the m'v of Matthew Shields and wife
against Nicholas Durkin anil others the
application of Attorney James Mahon to
open the decree ns to Mary Alice Durkin
and revoke tho discharge, of the master
The report of Viewers I'eter Davidson.
F. A. Bates and J. L Lawrence, who laid
ont a road In Scott and H mth Ahinyton
town -hips, was confirmed nisi by the court
yesterday. The only damages allowed for
land taken is to F. O. Johnson.
James Owetta, of Olrphant. yesterday
petitioned tho ronrt, to allow him to adopt
uMTftt, John, Albert and Mary Morgans,
minor children of John and Mary Ann
Morgans, both of whom are now dead.
The matter will come up at argument
Mrs. E. Lizzie Dippre, of this city, has
tied for a divorce from her husband, Wil
liam Dippre. The libel in the case was
filed yesterday by Attorney O. B. f'art
rhlge. The unhuppy conple were married
by Rev. David Spencer, pastor .f the Penn
Avenne Baptist church, on July 17, 18MI.
On Aug. 8, 18!2, in consequence of the
cruel and brutal manner in which her
husband treated her, Mrs. Dippre was
compelled to withdraw from his home.
Marriage licenses were granted by Clark
of the Courts Thomas yeatorday to Will
iam Mauley, of Oiyphant, and f'nthaiine
Langan, of Ocean, Md.: A. A. Nenry and
Mary A. Pftdden, of Scranton; Charles
Jeffrey, of Dunmore, ami Unit Wood
honse, of Scranton,; Thomas Gilbert, of
Scranton, and Sikie James, of Lacka
wanna; William Race and Mary Daily, of
Archbuld; George H. Simons, of San An
tonio, Tex., and Nina Myrtle Gaige, of
Moscow; William Shaughiiossy, of Mi
noukn, and Bridget Gerrity, of Scranton.
The Rushbrook Water company yoster
day filed an indemnifying bond In tho sum
ot $1,000 in favor of Edward Mulhollatid.
J. D. Blocker and J. J. Williams were the
sureties on the bond. Mr. Mulhollninl
owns land on tho borders of Heart lake, in
bcott township, from which the water
company receives its supply. It Is desired
to raise the water in t he lake three feet to
secure an additional supply. This raising
of the lake will injure Mr. Mulholland's
property nuil the bond Is to secure to him
whatever damage he may sustain. Court
appointed John Kelly, Nathaniel Hall
stead, J. B. Snyder, Peter Donovan and E.
C. Dimmick to ascertain the damage done
A new bicycle worth $75 will be aold for
f36. The machine Is guaranteed and is a
rare bargain. Machine may be seen at the
Onu dozen of Grifflfi's lvoryette photos
will mak twelve Christmas preeents.
What can you present your friends that
will be more acceptable?
I'l'lie West Side oRlce of the SnnvNT W
TiuiHNK is located at UN Smith Miiu aV.i
hut, where subscriptions, advertisements
and communications will receive prompt
The promoters of the proposed Rob
ert Morris lodge of Ani"rieaii loritns,
will m"ot this evening at tlio literary
rooms on South M iiu avenue, to fur
ther the workings of the new lodge.
It lsextiect. il that Henjaiuin Hughes.
D. P. Xiiomna, Henry P Davies. ami
Thomas D Divies will l) present to
expound the principles of Ivoritenm.
Much nthtuiaim is btlnt nanlfwted
among the young Cauibro-Amsricana
of tliis side In the pr.j tel. and there is
no doubt but that the lodge will be
Literary and Debiting s i tv
The weekly uie ding of the Hyde
Park Literary and Debating society oe
curred lust evening. The attendance
was the largest since its OMfMllttiou,
and by far the must IntarMUng. Wal
ter Kvans an I Evan Kvaus were ac
cepted as members. Wallaos Moeer
and George (Iriilitlis were proposed as
member to be voted on ut the next
lu-etuur, an I Dvi l OwentTead an es
say entitled, "Self Reliance." Next
Monday awning Professor GreOrgt
Howell will favor the society with one
of nil popular talks. He will take a9
Ins subject, "Should Young Men Go
to College." The public ure invited
An entertainment and sooial will be
given by .Simpson adapter, Epworth
leanne, of the Simpsou Methodist
Episcopal church on Thursday, Feb 9
One of the important features of the
evening will be a debate, resolvst,
"That the works of nature are more
pleating to the ova thau art." The nf.
lirmattve side will be taken by W. G
Moser aud Frauk Gibbs. Those on the
negative side are Professor II. L. M r
gan and Will Crawford. An uiterosting
literary and musical programme will
be rendered and a World's fair art gal
lery is to be ou exhibition.
Social Last Eusnina.
A very pleasing evening was held
last evening in Users Hall, on North
Main avenue, for the beueSt of Mrs.
HoHalo, a widow, who resides on La
fayette street. The ball was neatly
decorated, and those present onjofod
themselves for many hours in dancing
to music furnished by Mrs. Mary
Sheeran. About thirty couple were
Personal ar.d Otherwise.
Miss Lizzie McMurty of M 1031c, has
returned noma after visiting Mi99 Mat
tie Williams, of Garfield aveMM,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ilouser, of
Chestnut street, have returned from a
visit with friends in Coal Dale, Schuyl
Miss Margaret L I wards.of Plymoutn,
is the guest of friends on Jackson
S M. Reese, of Xorth Hyde Park
avenue, is making extensive improve
ments on his property.
Rev. J. A Jenkins, of Kingston, is
calling ou West Side friends.
Mrs. Maria Kroinar, of Traverly, is
visiting at the home of her son, M. G.
Kroraer, on Nnr'h Hvde Park avenuo
iTbcm. s R. Williams, of Thirteenth
street, mine foreman at tha Manville
shaft, is on the sick list.
Moses D, Evans lias boon engagsd as
inside foreman of one of the mines at
Forest City of the Hillside Coal and
Iron company. He will begin his
duties Fob. 1, but will not take his
family up until some time later. Mr
Kvsni filled a similar position soms
time ago under the Keystone Coal
ReT, Dr. Parke, of Pittston, will de
liver a lecture in the Washburn Street
Presbyterian churcli next Friday even
ing. His subject will be "The World's
W. G. Carr. of Rochester, N. Y .
who has been visiting at the home of
S. M. Foster for the past week, left
yesterday for Fleetville.
N. Z. Wood, of Los Angnlep, Cat,
visited at the home of his brother-in-law,
H. F. Ferber, chief of the fire de
Frank Shaffer, of North street, is
convalescing after a two weeks' iiluess
The West Side Women's Christian
Temperance union will meet at the
home of Mrs. Roberts, 212 North Sum
ner avenne, at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
John Lewis, who formerly conducted
the barber shop at t he Hserman House,
is now with W. F. 0'Brian,andor Dime
ST. PAUL'S SOCGTV OF GREEN RIDGE
Officers of the Onrnilzitlon Elsotsd at
St. Pauls Total AliH'inenca and
Benevolent socistv, of Green Ridg",
met Sunday aftsrno;n and elected offi
cers as follows:
President, T. J. Mahon; vice-president,
H. G Hsrt; reordlng secretary,
T W. Earley; financial secretary, M
J. Mellody; corresponding secretary,
P. J. Lynn, 1025 Capouse avtnue, city,
treasurer. Martin Ferguson; sergeant-
at-aruis, James Dsmpsey; marshal,
James Dempsey; trustees, P. J. Lynn.
I'. D. Mabou and T. J. Mahon.
A REMINDER FOR REPUBLICANS.
Hold Your Not Later Than
D. W. Powell, chairman of the Ra
put llcan county com tint tee, desires to
remind Republicans living in boroughs
and townships that this year the
year the county commissioners will
print the tickets for these mutilcipil
Ail certificates of nomination must
be filed with the county commissioners
at least eighteen days before election,
which uiHkes it imperative that cau
cuses be held not later thau Jan. 81,
advance money by the Wilkes Barre
club and subseiiuently refused to ful
fill their contracts. This is the ground
upon which President Powers bases his
Patty Powers is quite a hustler, and
has n good deal of influence with him
self, but so far us being able to have
President Vick Young, of the National
leagna, pay any attention to his pro
tost, he will fail. The State league
will play under the protection of the
National agreement, not withstanding
protests from all the Powers ou earth.
MEETING OF THE BOARD OF CONTROL.
Niuht Fchool ry R 11 Approved and
Roiiilue Buaiiuas Transacted.
The board of control held a moating
last night, and In the absence of Presi
dent Langataff, T. J. Jennings was
called to the oliair. Til pay roll for
the night schools was approved as fol
lows; Teachers. H,,H20; substitutes,
$22 HO; janitors, PJ til); oflbcrs, 14891
total, 1,456 00.
A petition from the parents of fifty
of the pupils in Miss Mac key's prepar
atory Bbool was presented asking for
one session of school It was referred
to tho teachers' committee with power
to act. The building committee was
empowered to spend an additional $800
for a heating apparatus for now No. 12;
Something better than that fust adopt
ml having been discovered by tue com
mittee. S. M. Stoat was appointed
janitor 0( No. 27 annex at a Hilary of
ifU pH m intn. Architect Williams
oertlfled that Contractor Schroeder was
entitle 1 to $4,500 for wark done ou No.
12 building and the board directed an
order for thai amount to be drawn In
Controller Watrous called the atten
tion of tlie board to the fact that Con
tractor Hughes had not paid his half
of the wages of the watchman em
ployed during the erection of No. B0.
The chairman of the building commit
tee was directed to Interview him re
garding the m itter.
The building committee: was directed
to improve the ventilation of No. 10
and make improvements In the yard
and the basenniit of No. 18. The ex
oneration list of Nathaniel Hullstead,
collector in the Sixteenth ward for 1802,
amounting to s2."ii) 22, was referred to
tho finance counuitt-e.
An order of $108,98 was ordered
draw in favor of tne Unite 1 States Fur
niture company of OuioagO, An order
for the amount of th bill was waned to
the company on Nov. 15, 18U2, but
never reached tho concern, aud has
never been paid.
'Dr. Dill" will be presented at tho
Academy tonight for the benefit of the
Scranton commercial travelers.
C1IAKI.ES T. ELLIS.
"Count Casper,'' in its new form,
will be presented by the German come
dian and sweat singer Cnarles T. Ellis
ut the Aoadtmy of Muio on Thursday
evening. It is to ail purposes a uew
play since it was seen hore last season.
A TEMPERANCE TOWS.
Thos who go to the Academv of
afnaio on Friday evening. Jan. 26. in
tho hope of seeing in "A Temperance
Town" a farcial entertaininsnt similar
to "A Trip to Chinatown," or '.'A Hole
in tho Ground, will be grievously dis
appointed, for Mr. Hoyt's new play is
meant to be a play written to satirize
the prohibitory laws of certain part of
the country. It is said that the author
was prompted to do this by learning
that a Vermont rumsoller had been
sontencd to state prison for a term
aggregating sixty years.
PLUMBERS' ANNUAL BALL.
PAT POWERS WILL PROTEST.
Ho Does Not Want Protection Qivn
State League Club.
President Powers, of the Eastern
league, has telegraphed to the presi
dent of the Wilkes Birre olub that ho
will protest against the National league
giving protection to the Pennsylvania
It is alleged that Inst year several
players of the State league were paid
It Will Be Hl l at Turns.- Hll Next
Tho Plumbers' Local Uaion, No 9J,
of Scranton, will hold its second an
nnal ball at Turner hall next Friday
William Kerrigan will be master of
ceremonies and ho will ha assisted by
J. F. Kearney and William Puester.
R. J. Finnerty will be conductor of
The various eammittei'S wi'l be as
follows; Floor committee, . I. F. Cush,
chairman: J. P Gavin, F. HoDonoufb,
Larkin, T. F. Moran, A. Notz, M
NcNaily, W. Sullivan, J. Roche, M
Nualou, D. W. Murray.
Reception Committee T. Connor.
ehatrmani Henry Wolilfer, W. Olaanr.
E Kelley, R. Sliridau, P. Hnggertv,
if. May, T. O'Malley. E May. W.
Krhardt, T. Langan, E Clark, T.
DEAR OLO EMEKALO ISLE.
Bean Shown at Wonderland by How-
1 lie uiiDlin Dan Comity company
opened at Wonderland theater yester
day before two large audiences, and nil
were much pleased wit li the pres'Uita
tion of the comedy, "Lirry ami Teddy.'
Howartta s nibernioa, comprising 10 -
0o0 square fett of beautiful paintings
ot in r.meraiu lsie, was uxtn luted in
connection with th show.
Tho Dublin Dan company is com
dosed of n ilozsn or more psrformsrs
who are ciever emier in legitimate or
Comedy work. Nearly every member
of the oompiny introduces a singing or
dancing specialty or does monologue
Of the Hibnrnica, too much cannot
be - Hi. and the scones of Ireland are
very fine. The paintings are all excel
lent and true to nature. On Thursday,
Friday and Saturday "Tin Two Dans'
will be presented
FIGHTING HUNGARIANS FINED.
Law Do Not Dal LinUntly with
Peter Vorgan, of Lloyd street, com
pi in nod to the police at a late hour
Sunday night that he mid his wife hud
been assaulted in their homo by four
Sergeant Spellinati and n squad of
iiIUot went to liloyd street and on tli
in formation given nrrestetl Joe Lai
viska, William Monaski, Mike Zd-
ilomdai and Joseph Mod: At the
hearing in police court yesterday morn
lug Mock and Laviska were discharged
and' William Momki and Michael . !
douidas wero lined $25 each.
RAFFERTV DREW A KNIFE.
Assaulted 6vil Persons but Wa
Placsd Uiidsr A i rest.
Michaol Rallerty, a well known in
dividual, who bails from the South
Side, was drunk and disorderly on
Pittston avenue Sunday night.
While in this condition Rafferty as
saulted several person with a knife
but luckily injured noue of them. Hi
wan arrested by Sergeant .ang and
confined In the station house. At the
hearing yesterday Rattsrty was lined
if 1 0 and in default wai committed to
the county jail for thirty days,
Music Boxes Exclusively.
Best made. Play auy desired number of
tunes, (htutschl & Sous., mnnufactuiern
Ki.'IO Chestnut street, f hilndelphia. Won
rtorful orohestrial orgaus, only $5 and $10,
Sm-cittliy : UIU mu-ic Boxes careful v re
piured and imprpved with uew tupes.
The trolley is king. Long live the
trolley. There's no use disputing it.
Electricity in railroading has come to
stay. The steam horso is already an
anachronism. The subtle element
which science can harness but not de
fine ha clutched the busiutss of quid;
locomotion and daily adds to the tight
ness of its grasp. The trolley is this
in rut reaching out from Baltimore
to Washington i from Wilmington to
Philadelphia: from Philadelphia to
Lancaster and from Lancaster to liar
lisburg, In our own bail wick, trolley
poles dot tho earth from Carhoudale to
Nanticoke; aud springtime will see
them moving on from Nanticoke to
Northumberland and possibly from
Northumberland to Harrisbnrg, while
on the north only a minor legal Motion
prevents an iiliimato terminus from
being established at Forest City Men
now alive jnay live, will livetowma
day when the entire stretch from Ring
bamton to Washington will be busy
With the movement of an almost con
tinuous series of elect no strnt curs.
"From Carbondalo to Gotham
while you wait" may soon become a
Delaware and Hudson motto, it is al
ready "on dit" that the Hudson people
will make a quick passenger traffic
agreement with the new Wilkos-Barr
and Biatern, whereby through coaches
on their road will bo whisked oil' at
Wllkes-Bsrre to the new Panther
Creek rout and land 1 in the metropo
lis Deforo you know you're there.
This, If it materialise!, will naturally
inspire brisk rivaly. and better time
and accommodation! will result on all
e e e
Tho fun has begun. Monday marked
the first shipment of freight on tho
Wilkes-Barre and Biatern road. The
road liu been carotully inspected and
is believed t ba in spick-and-span con
dition. To be sure, there is a bad rem
iniscence in its o instruction. Iguorau t
and brutal labor was imported from
the south to do its construction work,
and to this day their conduct while at
this task lingers in the recollection as
horrid nightm ire. I lie owneri of the
road are not resp msible, in one seuse,
since the employment of this grade of
labor was decided upon by contractors
and sub-contractors. But the record
of a death by accident for almost osoh
mile of laid track is a significant one.
and one which disappears slowly. In
very other respect the road begins
oic'raTions nusiiiciously. Gallons are
models of neatness and taste; cars and
equipment are of the pest, ami in new
owuership.hiiving no share in the early
mistakes, naturally deserves aud re
ceives the best wishes of all.
e e e
Is tho railroad business overcrowded?
Not ut all. There were only 15'J ap
plicants for the position of local ugent
and general solicitor at Wilkes-Barre,
on the new Panther Creek line G. M
M-tzgar, formerly with the Valley at
D.Uliis, was chosen.
"They say" how convenient and
how kind "they" always are that the
Jersey Central people will abandon
Munch Cnunk as passenger terminal
point, in favor of Alleiitown, which is
tho central point batween Jersey City
and Scranton. Thus there would b
only two, instead of tiiree divisions
The rumor is not confirmed, but if
true would necessitate ;uiaoy changes
of residence on the part of conductors,
cugiuoers and traitimun generally.
DltlllLETS FKOM TIIE SAND BOX:
Krie trackmen have had daily wages cut
from SI. 21 to fl.l'.i.
New Jersey Central engines aro equipped
with t Iio steamb iat whistles.
One of the neatest locomotives overbuilt
has just boon finished at the Lackawanna's
shop i. She Is known as No. 217, and is lit
erally and emphatically up to date in over
To compete with tho trolley line, the
Jersey Central charges only a 5-ceut faro
between Wilkes-liarre and Ashley.
The Reading railroad is cutting Pilila
delpliia suburban fares, to keep even with
the traction lines.
The Outario and Western company pro
nose to pat in hath tuB-i and start n read
IDS room in one of the buiidiugs at May-
Conductor A. Day, of the Ontario and
western, has moved into John HUnol
land's house, at Jei myu.
All Mind Are Not Constituted Alike.
Parent should make every effort to
plate within the reach of their children
the greatest variety of reading. All
minds are not constituted nlike. Fach
child has its peculiar dislik is, What
will interest, amuse and inalruct one
will prove wearisome to another. The
boy or girl who bus every object placed
before him. in other words who has u
complete library, is almost certain to
be entertained thereby and early
acquires habits of Industry and a love
of nooks and home. I
Such a library is providod in tho
Encyclopedia Britamnca offered by the
I mi. i -.1. Do yon realize that this is
reprint page lor page of the great
Oiliuhurg edition sold by Charles Scrib-
ner's sous at $o a vol lime besides having
nearly 2.000 pages of supplemental mut
ter added to it and an entirely new lino
of limps- IK'JO istueV You have always
wanted this great wurk but the prion
wns and is, though Sorihuor's, $190 It
is now within your means and on easy
term of payment. Tue oiler must
soon be withdrawn. Give yuur order
now and do not wait till the closing
NEW ROAD IN SCOTT TOWNSHIP
Damavao They Allow to Peraons Who
Land Will He Injurad.
Viewers A. B. Dunning, ir.. John 0.
Miller and W. II Norlliut) yesterday
filed their tport with regard to the
new road in Seott township. The road
begin at the head ot the dam of the
Providence Gas and Water company,
and runs a distance of two miles to a
point nt Wetlierly's on the road from
Chiueliilla to Carbondalo. The road
follow a ravine furnishing an easy
Damages are allowed to the follow
ing whose land is injured by the road:
W. Wetherly, $100) M. C. Miller,
$100; E. Holgate, $50) Tbomaeand II.
M. Emerson, 2d; S. D. Miller, $110.
A. L. Clark, $000: S. O Johnson, 25;
P. Ciark, $30: Silas Stanton, $100 The
report of the viewers was confirmed
Important to Butl.iess Men.
THB ThIBUNK will soon publish a care
fully com piled and classified list of tho
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing ana professional interests of scpanton
and vicinity. The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully illustrated with
photogravure views of our public build-
iiip, business blocks,streuts,etc. The circu
lation is on a pluu tint "imnol. tail or eood
results to those concerned ns well as the city
in larce. aepresenianves or inn TWBoin
will celt upon rnoai whom vamm
aro l)iisilii:ii lu t.'iie i-iotion and exiilain
its nature more fully. We trust ouri.ivu
lUVtintM men will give it their hearty
1 hose desiring views of their resiliences'
in this edition will please leave notice at
Fifty Gems for Ten Cent.
Remember that fifty beautiful pictures
aud not simply sixieeu and they all
representing the most notable buiidiugs
mid exhibits at the late World's fair can
now be obtained at Tim TniButti offloe for
10 ce nts and three coupons. Part 1 of the
World's Kuir Portfolio contains these ar
tistic gems and souvouirs. uut your cou
pons and get the pictures.
OFFICERS Of KEYSTONE COUNCIL.
W.U Be Installed by Illustrious Com
mander in-Chisf H. N. Dunnsll.
K"yalnne council, A, A. S. R., will
install officers this evening ut 8 30
The installation services will be con
ducted by Illustrious C.mmauder-iii
Chief Ilenrv N. Bunnell, who will ho
assisted by Illustrious First Lieutenant
('oiniiiaudei' Richard B. Brockway
Frederick S. Godfrey, T. Cramer Von
Storch. William Msylin, Dr. George
E. Hill, Isaac H. Allabanh, Frederick
F, Scuoan, Jacob Lotz, James G
Bailey, Gjorge B. Jermyii, William ,1
Music will lis famished by tho Scot
isli Rite quartette donn Morris, Fred
crick J, WidniHyor, Louis J. Siebocker
and Mosuh .Morgan.
After the installation n banqn t wifl
be held, at which the following toasts
will be responded to:
"To the Prosidcut of the United States,"
Frank M. Vandling
10 mo nuprpuin e ouncu,
Dr. II. N. Dunnell
To the Sovereign Comuiauiler. Ilenrv
U Palmer" William J. Welsh
"To the dovernor of I'cnnsvl vania.''
"To the 1 1 rand Lodge and General Mus
ter of Masons of Pennsylvania,"
Charles W. Roosler
"To the Oriind Chapter and Oiaud
Oomtnandery, and other tirand
bodies of Pennsylvania,"
Richard It. Urockway
-jo inn iiiemory oi me iretiiren ot
Thesn Degrees, Whose Labors Here
llelow Have Ceased During the 1'rea-
ent Year" John Morris
"To the Uaauty or backa wanna,"
Samuel W, Roberts
lo the t Ity of Scranton, Its l-iituie."
William L, Conneil
"To tho Prospective Hn Iges of the Same.
"To the Industries of the Same,''
John m. Kemmern
"lothe Hoard of Trade, . . D. II. Athertoli
'To All Masoiisnud Musonic II idles of
All Rites aud Degrees Over the Sur
face of the Earth. Honors and Lau
rels to the Worthy. Health to (lie
Sick. Comfort to the Needy, and
Succor to thu Oppressed Lvcry where"
I'. F. I'euman
UtMixiiTDN Typewriters and Kdlsoti
Phonograph for sale and rent. Copying
work executed. Phonograph! rented for
an evening's entertainment. Telephone
2U4J. lidw. Uunsler, Jr., 4il& Spruce
The pictnrps which have excited the ad
miration of sj many people may be hud at
hie lnuirxK omce today. Tho demand
was so great that the supply was ex
hausted, hut a thousand are uow ready
Anheuser Busch Beer.
Loui Lohman', Spruce ou
0 i ii
Books ! Books ! Book 1
During the comiug week wn shall offer
to the subscribers of The Triuuxe rore
bnrgnlus lu books.
e have a huge line of bright and pop
ular volumes, eleguntly bound, thnt we
intend to give to the patrons of the paper
at about one-fourth ot the usuul price.
The billowing list will give you an idua
of the inducements aud the unusual op
portunities to secure valuable additions to
The World's Fair (Now) 2.50 $ ,oi
Pictorial History of the Oroat
Civil War S no .80
Pilgrims' Progress illlust'edl 2.50 .no
Eurth, Sea and Say 2 7." .Tfi
Marvelous Wonder a.75
Life and Works of Spurgeou l.fiO
Pictorial History of tho Bible
Museum of Wonders 2.75
From Pole to Pole 2.75
Pictorial Hisiorv of the Uni
Scicuco of Life. . . .
Lifeof Barnnm. . .
Indian Horrors. . .
SLepp's Photographs 8.50
(CUT YOUR COUPONS.)
Ou presentation of two of the-e
Coupons, Subscribers of TUB TRIB
I'NE may purchase any book iu the
1 above list.
3.1 and 88 Lackawanna avenue. F.verv
dny from a. m. to 10 a. m. liouinl teak,
lie. sirloin steak, 14c; standing rib roast,
10c.; chuck roust, Ba: boiling meat, 4c;
fresh pork, IBJO.) pork snusugo, ISJajc.
is a fact. We
have the largest line
of medium priced
II VOV WANT A
Photograph taken of Tear Wile or Children,
Horses, Dons, House,
Or Yrursulf, you cannot do better than
CALL AND 8KX SPKClMJtNl
At Van Uorder's Gallery, U2S Spruce street.
Special attention irivou to developing aud
tin o; ,, for aiuntuura
Miiiimimii(i'! iiiiiittiiiiiiHiltaiiiii!! isi.miL'
OOK at the mark-down 1
prices in our windows.
This season's goods. 1
S No chestnuts exhibited.
i MARTIN & DELANY 1
CLOTHIERS AND CUSTOM TAILORS. jc
DINNER, TEA AND
the city. We sell
ffOQffQ but what
IE COLUMBUS II HOUSE
Is tlio most popular musical establishment in Northeastern Penn
sylvania. The highest grade of Pianos and Organs. The
lowest prices obtainable anywhere and tho most libera!
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 Collage Organs,
Aud all kinds of Musical Meriibandls)
constantly ou hand.
11m Holidays aro hero, and this is the place to buy Pianos for a Christinas
1 resent. Prioee are lower than auy other music store in Scranton. Special
Attention - Remember always when you start out to search for a Piano or Or
gan tliut Christopher Columbus points with bis right hand to the exact place
you want to go. Now here it is:
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.
Brice is no object, profits have now disap
peared, and you can buy one very cheap.
THE CLOTHIERS FOR TIIE PEOPLE,
220 Lackawanna Ave.
P. S. Look for our name before the door before en
tering. Make no mistake.
Is usually looked upon as
Inferior in quality. This is
not the 0886 With our stock
ofMen'i and Women's Shoes
which we are offering at
cheap prioes - - -cheaper, in
fact, than such a grade of
goods has ever before been
sold in Scranton, These
cheap prioes will only pre
vail until Fob. 1.
SCHANK'S Arcado Shoe Store.
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
Scientific Eye Testing" Free
G.W. Owens & Co.
Ladies' Tailors and Furriers,
KfQ SPRUOE T.,
UUO COl'KT HOUS12 BOUARB
By Dr. Shimberg,
Tlin Sporiiilist on the Eye. Ilemlaehcs nml
NorvmiMiiMx relieve 1. l.utcst iiml Improved
Stylo of Eyn (llnm- nml Si,:taoli' nt tlio
l.owiwl l'rlcos. Host Artlllci.il Eyes llinertinl
30s SPRUCE ST., op. Post Office.
Think that because you hare not
WINTER FURS OR
FUR CAPES, JACKET,
AY RAP OR
That yon can get along without it tbil
winter. We have three mouths of
cold weather abead of us.
To dress warm is to have UOOD
You will fnitl onr 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 fite
perfectly is what you will buy.
The Price Will Please You.
CtJT THIS OUT,
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"TRIP ARQUNO THE WORLD" I
I Portfolio of Photographs
I j coupon. 1
5 January 23,1894 S
S Send or bring ln2Conpons
5 of different dates, together
S with .j cisit, and receive Hits a
s Album of rare Photographs, a
Cor Piuiii At.', nml Pirueo St. S
Cl IT TH OUT.