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TIIE SCKAKTON TRIBUTE-WEDNESDAY MORNIXG. JANUARY 24. 18!)4.
IN GREAT VARIETY.
No Fake Sale in Ours
Wp have better barcalns rvprr 'n
the year than so-called "bargain days,"
"clearing pales, " and such well-known,
worn-out, jilayed-out schemes will afford.
For real bargains iu FlBtiT-OLAUS MUW
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Popular, reliable and within yonr reach.
HALLET & DAVIS
Ley taken over 100 ttrst premiums In
lie past lifty yearn.
Other make nf Plann. Four make of
Organs In beautiful new rtcBifrns. See onr
Mock before buying. We have tlio goods.
Cur prices uio right. Everytuiug u the
STELLE t SEELEY
134 Wyoming Ave., Scranton, Fa.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE GENUINE POPUUB
HAVE THE INITIALS
G., B. & Co.,
fmprinlcl on Each Cigar.
Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
DR. H. B. WARE
EYE, EAR, NOSE AJS'D TIIROAT.
135 WYOMING AVE.
NEWS FROM WEST SIDE
T. P. liuban is iu Philadelphia.
George II. ilillor, of Wilkes-Uarre, was
in the city yesterday on business.
Captain Thomas H. Kelly, of Boston, is
the guest of Attorney M. A. McUinley.
E. J. O'Brien has gone to Philadel
phia to ntteni the wedding of his cousin,
Mis Annie Duffey.
Baggageman William Grant, of the
Delaware ami Hudson, dm beeu called to
Ashley by tbe illness of his father.
Miss Vortrnde Kennedy, of Xorth Brom
ley avenue, who has been seriously ill with
pleuersy the past week is convalescent.
John O'Mslley, of Wyoming avenue,
left yesterday afternoon to resumo his
studies at St. Michael's college, Toronto,
Rev. D. C Hughes, pastor of the Jackson
Street Eaptist church, has returned from.
Lewisburg, where he preached a sermon
before the students of Buckuell uuiversity
LIST OF UNCALLED FOR LETTERS.
Can Be Obtained bv Calling at the Post
office. List of letters remaining uncalled for
at the Scranton poatofflof, Licka
wanna county, Jan. 23, 1894 Persons
calling Mr those letters will please say
advertise 1 and give date of list:
Andrews, James P. Harris, George H. (2)
Atht-rti m Miss Milnolllmls. Miss Alma
Park Heller, Mrs. Elija J.
Black, Mrs. E. Hummer. John
Balxivk. Miss Maria (' kapn. Lizzie D.
Cornell, Miss Lou'""
Creadon, Mrs. Ki te
Deat 'r, Clayton
Doberty, ( buries J.
I 'avis. John
Dyer. J. K.
Everett, Mrs. James
Edmunds, Mrs. E.
Edwards, ( '.
Forlies. Mrs. K. E.
Kaaffnian. Miss Hettio
M-nall. W. A.
.ilillor, Miss Maggie
M k'Ic Emma
Miller, L 0, c.
Martin. Mrs. George
Ryan. Kiss Lottie
Renins, Mrs. Sadld
Rowleon, I. L.
Schock, i B
Fineh. Miss Florence G.SIi.inley, Mrs Ida
OrllWold, Carl H.
Oerrtty, M. F
H unilton. Thomas
Silshie. Mrs. S. A.
Tullat, Misa Naomo
Wiggins, ( 'harl'-s
W, lis. 1'. L.
Wells. L. S.
Williums. Miss Etta
Happenings or a Day Tint Will Interest Hyda
ROBERT MORRIS LODGE MEETING
Well Known Welshmen Gave Interest
ing Talks on the Objects of the True
Order Ivorites at the Rooms of the
Welsh Philosophical Society Young,
Boy Arrested for Stealing Cigars.
Interesting News Notes,
Houghton, .Miss (ieorgio Wheeler, Frank
U. Warner, II. U.
Crlt rising a Young Lady,
"Bhe would be a pretty girl for but one
''What's that?" asked Charley.
George Her face is always covered with
purple and red blotches.
Charley Ob, that's easily enough dis
nosed of. Us.-d to be the snmo way my
self, but 1 caught on to the trouble one
day, and got rid of it in no time.
George What was it?
barley Simply blood eruptions. Took
a short oonrse of P. P. P. I tll yon, it's
ihe boss blood corrector. The governor
had rheumatism ho bad that you could
hear him holler clear across the country
every time ho moved. He tried it, and
you know what an athletic old gent he is
now. If somebody would give Miss Daisy
a pointer, she would thank thorn after
wards. All the drug stores sell it.
Important to Business Men.
The Thibune will soon publish a care
fully compiled and classified list of the
leading wholesale, banking, mauufactur
ing and profewional interests of Scranton
and vicinity. The edition will be bound
In book form, beautifully illustrated with
photogravure views of our public build
lngs,bHslness blorks,strents,etc. The circu
lation is on a plan that cannot fall of good
reeultB to those concerned as well M the city
at large. Representatives of The Trihiink
Will CBll upon TUOHR WnOUE N MKH
are DKSiHEn In this edition and explain
Its nature more fully. We trust our live
business men will give it thoir hearty
Those desiring views of their residences '
In this edition will please leave notice at
Fifty Gems for Ten Cants.
Remember that fifty beautiful pictures
and not simply sixteen and they all
representing tho most notable buildings
and exhibits at the late World's fair can
now be obtained at Tub Tribune office for
10 cents and throe coupons. Part I of the
World's Fair Portfolia contaius these ar
tistic gems and souvenirs, (jut your cou
pons aud get the pictures.
Remington Typewriters and Edison
Phonographs for snle and rent. Copying
work executed. Phonographs ronted for
an evening's entertainment. Telephone
843. Edw. Gunstor, Jr 435 Spiuce
A new bicycle worth $75 will be sold for
186. Tho machine is guaranteed and is a
rare bargain. Machine may be seen at the
The West Side office of the Scranton
Tribune is located at lis South Main ava
nue, where subscriptions, advertisements
and communications will receive prompt
A meeting of Robert Morris lodge of
True Ivorites whicli is being organized
on this side, was held last evening in
the Welsh Philosophical society rooms
on South Main avenue. John H.
PbiUipi preiidont as temporary chair
man. Interesting talks on the objects
of the society wore giveu hy Grand
Treasurer Henry P. Davis, Grand Sec
retary D. P. Thomas, of Providence,
and Past President Benjamin Hughes.
During the remarks by tliese gentle
men, it was stated that the True
tinier of Ivorites was organized
in Wales in 1S:I0, and In America iu
1803. Then followed a history on the
Ivorites aud many 'remarks of interest
to the members of the new order wore
made by the speakers. Joseph Rey
nolds also spoke interestingly. It was
announced that the order would be in
stituted in Clark's nail on South Main
avenue on Monday evening next, ami
all members were requested to be pres
ent. Richards-Evans Wadding.
John Richards, of Hampton street,
nno Miss Mary Evans, of Washburn
street, were united in marriage last
evening at 8 o'clock at the hom-t of the
bride's pareuts. The house was brill -inutly
illuminated aud fragrant 11 iw
ers were artistically arrauged about
the parlor. The ceremony was per
formed by Rev. W. S. Jones, of the
l irst Welsh Baptist church, in the
presence of a large unmber of friends,
The young couple will go to house
keeping on this side, where they have
many friends. After the ceremony au
excellent supper was served.
ArreBstd for Staallrg
Thomas Daly, a young lad residing
on Grant avenne, was arrested yester
day afternoon on a warrant issued by
Thomas L. Phillips, a J.ickaon street
grocer. Daly euterod Mr. P.iillips'
store on a pretext of buying goods, but
when the store-keepers back was turned
he stole a quantity of cigars. He was
detected and handed over to the police.
He Abused the Officers.
Simon Schoen, au ice dealer who re
sides ou Frin k street, was arrested yes
terday afternoon at the corner of Jack
son street and Main avenue, for being
drunk and disorderly. Schoen saw Of
fleers Moir and Matthews on the side
walk and began to abuse them. He
was placed in the statiou house.
Interesting News Notes.
Mr' and Mrs. M J. Fahey, of North
Mnin avenue, were called to Honesdale
yesterday owing to the serious illness
of Mrs. Fabry's mother, Mrs. Gibney.
The Ladiee' Aid society of the Ply
mouth church will give a Continental
tea at the church rooms ou Washing
Lou Jones, of Hvde Park avenue,
visited friends at Moscow yesterday.
Enterprise lodge. No. 21, Loyal
Knights of Americs, will celebrate its
twentieth anniversary in the near fu
ture with a banquet.
An Eynon street and Taylor car
jumped .the track at Main nvonue and
Jackson street yesterday afternoon.
The cars were delayed at least a half
FIRE IN THE COURT HOUSE.
That's What Watchman Stahlsbsr
Thought, But He Was Mistaken.
About 9 o'clock last night Jacob
Stahleber, the night watchman at the
court house, detected a peculiar smell
in the main corridor.
He sniffed the air and satisfied hiui
ielf that something was burning.
Whatever it was that burned it
spread an odor quite ne enervating as
Hewitt's turnery on a warm day.
The watchman thought a heap of
rubbish was smouldering aud rushed
to the basement, bnt there the odor
was not discernible. He returned to
the main corridor and again the disa
greeable odor assailed him.
He determined to find the cause and
dieoovered that the odor emanated from
the protbonotary's office. He rushed
in and found Court Messenger Newton
calmly smoking a cigar and puffing
great clouds of smoke upwards that
sent forth suggestive olors of burning
That explained the mystery.
Newton was engaged in smoking a
cigar with a thin gntta percha core
which Deputy Sheriff Craig prepared
for the benefit of Recorder of Deeds
Healey. That gentleman, not know
ing it was loaded, gave the cigar to
Watchman Stahleber, who in turn
handed it to Mr. Newton. The latter
did not realize what a vile thing he
was smoking until his attention was
called to it. The cigar disappeared im
mediately afterward through an opeu
window and the watchman set to work
to banish tho odor.
Isaac M. Jackson, aged 62, of 1418
Dickson avenue died on Monday at the
Lackawanna hospital. He had been au
inmate of tile hospal four months,
and bore with Christian fortitude a
long and painful illness. Tho funeral
will take place at his late residence at
s 80 this morning. Interment in Wa-vorly.
Edward Cornell, of West Market
street, left tor New lork city on a
a busiuess trip yesterday.
F. Varnie has moved into tho place
formerly occupied by Lowellyu Bright.
Mrs. M. J. Kelly, one of the oldest
residents of this ptac,died at the home
of her son-in-law, Charles Zeiglor, of
North Main street, yesterd iy evening
at 0.15 o'clock. She was born in Now
York in April. 1811, and was 82 years
'' months aud 2 iUvs at the time of her
death. She is survived by three chil
dren. J M. Kelly, of Durango, Col. ;
Mrs. S B. Healv, of Towanda, Pa., and
Mrs. Charles Z-ugler. of North Main
avenue. Mrs. Kelly had lived to soo
tier great-graudchildren and died as she
uad lived, peaceful and happy. She
made her home iu Providence tor the
past twenty years. The balance of her
life was passed in Dun more, Houosdalo
aud New York.
The condition of the Providence
streets is deplorable in the extrune
Wagon wheels yostrday sunk almost
to the hub on West Market street
ind North M tin avenue. Tho people
will hail with pleasure any eff ort made
o improve the thoroughfares of the
Bert Crippen, son of ex-Sheriff Crip
,,eu, formerly of T. J. Dstweiler'e har-
ieas making establishment, has opened
i shop iu Forest City.
The chasm cause 1 by the II isi ave
nue cave-iu has been filled up by the
Delaware aud Hudson company. A
large number of teams was employod
in tilling up the place yesterday, aud
toward evening the unsightly pit was
Miss Schadt, of Philadelphia, is visit
ing Miss Martha Connelly, of Prospect
Mrs. W. Jones, of Newark, is visit
ing her mother, Mrs. Kasling, of Main
The marriage of Frank Paine to
Nora Regan took place at the paroohial
residence 1 Uesday evening. Coal Op
erator James Flynn was o;st man, aud
Miss Katie rlynn was bridesmaid.
MWs Mame McIIale, of Oak street
and Belle Burns, of West Market, at
tended a banquet at Achbald Tues
An entertainment will be held at the
Park Place Methodist Episcopal church
on 1 uesday, Jan, JU.
The annual installation of officers of
the order of Heptosophs took place at
Fenner v Chappell a hall last night.
The Women's Guild, of St. Luke's
church, will give a dinner aud tea at thei
rooms, 825 Washington nvenue, Thursday
next. Dinner from It) to 12 Tea from tl
to 8. I 'inner W) cents, tea 25 cents. All
members of the guild are requested to
meet at the uuild room at 11) o clock to as
sist iu serving the dinner.
THE RUSH WAS CREATE YESTERDAY THAN BCFO iE AT THE TRIBUNE OFFICE
This Is the Picture of the "Maidens Swinging," One of the Three Beautifu
Works of Art, Obtainable at The Tribune Office by Cutting Out Three
Coupons of Different Dates with 10 Cents.
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Happenings of a Day That Will Interest
Many Tribune Readers.
FUNERAL OF THOMAS R. JAMES
Finding of the Coroner's Inquest in
Accordance with tho Facts as Al
ready Published Fred Young, the
Well Known Cigar Maker, Squares
Himself South Side Quota of
The funeral of the late Thomas R.
James took place yesterday afternoon
and it was very largely attended. Ser
vices were hold in tho Cedar Avenne
Methodist Episcopal church and wore
conducted by Rev. Mr. Santee. Inter
ment was in the Duumore cemetery.
The II iwer bearers were M. J. l)mpsoy
and D J. Clearwater, and theiull bear
en were James Slioston, Alexander
Moieley, Joseph L. Huberts and A. C
An niiinest to linmiro into the cause
of Mr. James' death was held in one of
tho front parlors of Mr. Corooran'a ho
tel ou Cedar avenue Monday night. In
the absence of the coroner from the
city on Sunday, Alderman John E
O'Malloy empanelled a jury. Mr.
O Mailer I official position warranted
such actions, although personally, ho
was opposed, to Huch proceedings
The dead man's neighbors, how
ever, insisted, and Mr. O'Mailey ap
pointed the following jurors: M. J.
Lovsrn, foreman; Patrick Corcoran,
James Clare, Frank Sleppy, Albert C.
Myers and Albert A Hewitt. The fol
lowing witnesses were sworn: Thomas
M. Jones, D. J. Clearwater, David A.
Davis, M. J. Domptey and Mrs. Thomas
K. James. The verdict was In ac
cordance with the facts in the case that
havo already beuu published.
Frd Young of Brook Street.
AsaTniBUNB roportor was standing
at Brook streot and Putston avenue
yesterday waiting for a car, Fred
Young, the popular cigar maker, ap
proached him. breathless from ex -rtion
and unxietv. He thus addressed the
reporter: "I am in no end of trouble
and all ou account of that scoundrel
who imposed on llev. Mr. Holier and
passed hlmiolf as Fred Young. There is
only one FredlYoung in thedirectory
and many people imagine that 1 am
the guilty piirson. That scamp's name
was uot oung. nut lluber, and it was
the latter name he signed to the order
on the Dickson company, where he was
employed." The reporter promised to
set the matter right and Mr. Young
felt much reliovod. The latter gentle
man is one of the most respacte l citi
zens in the Twentieth ward.
Among the South Siders doing jury
duty this week are Stephen Judge, P.
F. McDonnoli, Frank Mellody, Mar
tin Cnsick and John Scheuer, jr. They
make model jurors, being men of more
than ordinary intelligence and dis
cernment. The fnnornl of Harry Dalton will
take place this afternoon. Mrs. Dai
ton's sister, of Sutquehanna, is visiting
Mrs. Dnltiu during her affliotion,
James Manley,of tho special commit
tee of councils on the bridge question,
stnted last evening lint president
Walter Scranton, of the Lnckawanna
Iroulind Steel company )would bo in
the city in a few days, when it was ex
pectsd that the necessary papers grant
ing the ri.'ht of way through the com
pany's property would be made out.
Constable Woelkers took two men to
the county jail Monday night. They
were committed by Alderman Kobling.
The men were F. Haslekey and Simon
Shaferle. The first is charged with
robbery, the second with abusing his
Peter Weichel, of Hickory streot, it
is reported, will assume charge of
Simonsou's hotel after April 1,
Of courie, this picture give only the faintest conception of the artistic excel
lence of the fine photographic gem for which crowds daily besiege the office and
the mails come burdened with coupons and cash. Yon oan't tell how long this
offer will remain open under such coniinuons demands; therefore cut out your
coupons while you have the opportunity.
1st ward, 1st dlst 2 Ilrd ward, 8nl dlst....l
1st ward. 2nd 0 1st .... 1 4th ward 1
2nd ward, 1st dist....l fith ward 1
nd ward, 2nd dist. ...I I'tli ward. 1st dist 2
lid ward. 1st illst....l Cth wind. :'ud dist. . . .2
Hid ward, 2nd dist 2
James Yoiino, ('liafnuun.
C. P. Savaok, Secretary.
The Democracy of Duumore assem
bled at I! (land's hall last evening to
nominate candidates to be voted for at
the coming borough election. Not a
dissenting voioj was heard, but tbe
slate ma lo out by the club whieh runs
the town was ratified to a man. All
of the present incumbents were nomi
nated except in a few cases. As school
director, Walsh was turned down, and
W. C. Burke nominate 1 in his stead.
P. Heiloy will foreatall Malia who is
now acting auditor. The ticket as
nominated is as follows: Burgess, T.
J. Duggan; treasurer, P. D. Mauley ;
tax collector, I liolaud ; street com
missioner, John Blanche; justice of
peace, u. W. Coouey; auditor, 1J.
Kelley; school directors, M. J. Horan
and v. U. Uurke; oouucllmen, A.llag
gerty and M. J. Walsh.
PARALYSIS SUCCEEDED VERTIGO.
But It Waa Only Slight, and Mr. Childs
1) Hotter Now.
I'llll A liP!l 1II! .Inn '.CI Mr tianrrra
W. Childs' Dbviioian this afternoon is
sued the following bulletin: Mr.
Childs passed a comfortable night and
was much bettor this morning.
In iiddll.inn I t tllM V. Iliin lie let . Iiltd
a slight attack of paralysis, but is now
Music Boxes Exclusively.
Rest made. Play any desired number of
tunes. Gautschi & Sons., manufacturers,
1080 Gbeetnnt street, Philadelphia. Won
derful (irchestrial organs, only ia and 1U.
Specialty: Old music boZOS carefully re
paired and improved with new tunos.
Tho pictures which have oxcited tho ad
miration of so many people maybe had at
The TbTBUNI ofllce today. The demand
was so great that the supply was ex
hausted, but a thousand are now ready
Anheuaer Busch Beer.
Louis Lehman's, S2A Spruce ou
Books! Books! Books 1
Duriug the coming week we shall offer
to the subscribers of TBI Thuiune raro
bargains iu books.
e have a large liuo of bright and pop
ular volumes, elegantly bound, that we
intend to give to tho patrons of (be paper
at about one-fourth of the usual price.
Tho following list will give you au idea
of the inducements and the unusual op
portunities to secure valuable additions to
Tho World's Fair (New) 13. M f .85
Pictorial History of the Groat
Civil War 3 00 .80
Pilgrims' Progress (lllust'ed) 2.50 ,80
l'.nrth, Sea undSLy 2 75 ,75
Marvelous Wonders 2.75 .85
bire ana works ot spargeon i.oO .en
Pictorial History or the llibla 2.75 ,88
Museum of Wonders 2.75 .85
rrom l'ole to Pole 2.75 ,80
Pictorial History of the Uni
ted states a.OO .03
Science of Life. 2.75 1.00
LifeofUarnnm 1.50 .50
Indian Horrors 1.50 .50
J' sephus il.OO 1.00
Shopp s Photographs 3.50 1
A never failing object of intorest is
the small locomotive, used for switch
ing purposes about the Erie and Wy.
oming Valley's No. (i yard. Its appear
ance us it passes buck nnd forth at tho
head of one or more cars which are
double its size never fails to attract at
tention. It is the extraordinary power
encompassed in so small a piece of
mechanism sh.it usually calls forth so
much comment The secret of its power
lies in tho fact thut where ordinary lo
comotives have but two direct cylin
ders this one has three. A few years
ago when the first passenger train was
bought by the company and receivod at
Lackawanna and Blouuslmrg junction
one of these remarkable little locomo
tives was used to haul the train and a
small official! car from ttiat pl.ice to
Duumore. Tho train consisted of
coach nnd baggage car, aud when tak
ing into consideration the weight of
the engine, which is twelve tons, nnd
the size of tho cylinders, 8 by 12, and
the heavy grado where a largo passen
ger engine can only handle a few oars,
it was a wonderful performance. Be
fore the stirt was made the safety
valves were screwed down until a
steam pressure of 100 pounds was oh
tuined, anil with Superintendent
George B. Smith at the throttle the
train was tal:en through to Dun
much to the surprise of the old voteran
railroaders Who witnessed the por
formance. Those locomotives were
built for use on the old gravity road
and on the patent of the company's
president, John II Smith. They have
since been ongnged for use on standard
guage and today remain to awaken
memories of the halyoou day of the old
gravity when tho whirl of the plane
pulley wheels a the atesl ropa glidod
over them and the metallic rntubtfl of
the long lines of coal cars raverberattd
through the recesses of the Mooaic
While the family of Tom Teeter was
away spending Sunday, burglars broke
into the house and stole a number of
valuable articles. Entrance was galno 1
hy way of tho coal cellar and was not
diacuveted until tho family returned on
Monday. A valuable gold watch nnd
numerous articles of clothing were ta
ken. No clue to tho thieves has been
The Anthenuin Social club enter
tained its in hi friends at the Uld Fel
lows' hall last evening. About fifty
couple were in attend nice aud the oc
casion was enjoyed by all.
Mr. and Mrs, Bucknlew, of White
Haven, spent Sunday with Mrs. M.
A convention of the Republican
party of the borough of Dnninore for
the purpose of nominating a borough
ticket, will beheld in Odd Fellows
hall on next Monday evening at 7.30
o'clock. Primaries will be held at the
several polling places on Saturday, Jan.
27. between the hours of I and 0 p. in.
The election and ward officers will be
nominated at the same time and place.
The several districts will be entitled to
the following representation; '
(CUT YOUR COUPONS.)
On presentation of two of ttiee
Coupons, Subscribers of THE TBIB-
UNK may purchase any book iu the
33 and Pn Lackawanna avenue. Every
any irom o a. m. to ill a. m. Kound steak,
lie; sirloin steak, 14c.; standing rib roast,
10c.; chuck roast, be; boiling meat, 4c;
fresh pork, 12,C; pork sausage, 120,
lUU dou'tknow it,
but it is a fact. We
have the largest line
of medium priced
DINNER, TEA AND
in the city. We sell
no goods but what
CHINA : HALL
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
Corbett or Mitchell
It makes no difference to us.
We are selling an A-No. i
$1.50 Per Set
SEE THEM IN OUK WINDOW.
Ultv-to lll UU1 W1UUUW&
This season's goods. I
HXT e . .
s io chestnuts exhibited.
r CLOTHIERra ANb CUSTOM TAILORS.
niiiuiKiii it iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisi
TIE COLUMBUS MUSIC HOUSE
18 the most popular musical establishment in Northeastern Penn
sylvania. The highest grade of Pianos and Organs. Tho
lowest prices obtainable anywhere and the most liberal
terms ever offered to purchasers are some of the
leading inducements. Look at the list.
iose & Sons' Pianos,
Me lit in Pianos.
Popular Pease Pianos,
THE WORLD RENOWNED
Story & Clark Organs,
Chicago Cottage Organs,
minis ui .iluslcnl Merchandise
constantly ou hand.
The Holidays are here, and this is tho place to buy Tianou for a Chriatmai
t rosent. Prices era lower of h ,.,!,. t u 4 o s-i
Attention Iteiueiiiber always when ycu start out to search for a Piano or Or
Kin that Cbriitonher Colnmhni nr,int iiti, i,iu Noli! linn I t,. tin-, nvanf rlnna
you want to go. Now here it is:
205 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
J. W. CuGrnsoy, 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.
lrice is no object, profits have now disap
peared, and you can buy one very cheap.
1 ry it.
THE CLOTHIERS FOR TIIE PEOPLE,
220 Lackawanna Ave.
P. S. Look for our name before the door before en
tering. Make no mistake.
Ts usually looked upon as
Inferior in quality, This is
not the case with our stock
of Men's and Women's Shoes
which wc are offering at
cheap prices cheaper, iu
fact, than such a grade of
goods lias ever before boon
sulil iii Scranton. These
cheap prices will only pre
vail until Feb. L,
408 Spruce Street.
SCHANK'S Arcado Shoe Store.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
The Specialist on tlio Eyo. tlondacliei nml
Nervousness relievo. 1. Latent 11ml Improved
Style of Eyo QlaSSeS and Spectacles at the
Lowest Trices. Host Artificial Eyes Inserted
305 SPRUCE ST., op. Poet Office.
G.W. Owens & Co.
Ladio.i' Tailors and Furrier
fflO apRtJOB ST.,
OUO COl'KT HOUSE SOUAKB
Think th.it because you have nob
WINTER FURS OR
mi CAPES, JACKET,
That you oau get along without it this
winter. We have three months of
cold weather ahead of us.
To dress warm is to have GOOD
You will find our slock large with
If you think of buying or
not, visit us. We may hava
just what you were looking
You know that a garment that fits
perfectly is what you will buy.
The Priee Will Please You.
CUT Tints out.
"TRIP AROUND THE WORLD"
I Portfolio of Photographs I
I January 24, 1894
5 Semi or bring in '- Coupons
of different dates, together
with 5 cents, end receive ibis
S Album of rare Ph tOgraphB,
for. Penn Ate. and Sprr.oe St.
CI T THO UT