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TIIE SCH AK TON TRIBUNE-Fill DAY MORNING. JANUARY 26. 1894.
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JN GREAT VARIETY.
No Fake Sale in Ours
V, e have bettor liarsrnlns everv v In
the year than so-called "lmr:lti daya,
tlenriiiB i-ales," aud such will-known,
Worn-out, played-out schemes will atTord.
lut real bartum iu I'llib'i'-l.'LAbS NaYW
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Popular, reliable aud wtthta your reach.
HALLET & DAVIS
Utve taken ovnr 100 llrt preuiluini la
llicpnst tllty joars.
Otiier msk of Plano. Tour mk cf
Oipins iu beautiful now desiKti. bee onr
Hoik betore baying, We have tlio Roods,
t ur prices uio nguc. ftrarUllUg t,
Hi unit; liua,
STELLE & SEELEY
IS4 Wyomlno Ave., Scranton, Fa.
EETOE OP COUNTERFEITS !
THE GENUINE POPULAR,
HAVE THE INITIALS
B. Sc Co.,
ImnrintAij nn ETh C'qnr
barney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
DR. H. E3. WARE
EYE, EAR, KOsE A-NU THROAT.
mwb nnnoi' itou. a.u.
UJOTO 0.J1) 3L
'35 WYOMING AVE.
"A Temperance Town" will be given
by tho original company at the Acad
emy this eveniuif. The piny having
baan preseutfd iu other eitie, th-re
will be non of tho ordinary, "the first
ntirht,'' hitches. In fact it comes di
rect from New York, where it has jtut
closed an engagement of US consecu
tive nights, and the company is the
Fume tnat presented the play In Boston
170 uitf lit. Every piece of scenry and
properties used in the production :
earned by the compiny. As the play
is in five acts the stae asrttiofl are
elaborate and beautiful. Tin app ir
nnce in the cast of the celebrated
beauty, Carofina MUk-'n, who has cap
tured New York by her personal
clmrias as well as her admirable per
formance of the minister's daughter,
is sure to attract especial attentiou.
TUB PRIZE WINNER.
Charles A. tiardner. the talented
German dialect comedian and sweet
ainirer, will appear at the Academy on
Saturday evening in a rnuv comely
drnma entitled, "The Prize 'Winner,"
written by Dr E. A. Wood and James
K. (iarey of Pittaburff. The new work
siveg Mr. Garduer ample scope to dis
play his versatility, and those who
have seen "The Priz Winner" declare
it to be the most successful of his ven
tures. RiiBIN HOOD OPERA COMPANY.
Barnabee, Karl and McDonald's
Robin Hood U era company, compris
ing sixty carefully chosen artists, a
superb chorus of thirty-five fine voices,
a superior operatic orchestra, and
equipped with a full car load of special
scenery and -effects, will appear at the
Academy of Music on Monday evening
HOWS TEMPERANCE TOWN.
It Will B Presented Tonight by the
Original New York Company.
Hoyt's successful piay, "A Temper
ance Town." will be prpsentel tonight
at the Academy of Music by the origi
nal New York cast, including Miss
Caroline Miskel. George El wards and
The cast will be as follows:
Ernest Hanlrnan Richard .1. Dillon
Launcelot .Tones lle'ire Richardi
St. .Tniien Jones i EnHoe Caofleld
John Worth W. H. Currie
'Squire Belcher William OolllagtOII
Kneeland Pray Joseph Kraukaii
Frank Hardman Frank Russell
Fred Oakhurst E. F. Naifle
Dr. OaldwHI Sawyer Frank A. I.von
Uncle Joe Viall Oe r(e Ober
William Putnam F. Ro-sd11
Wis I'erry Herman A. Bhetdon
Judge Qnthaui Doo Oeorge Obor
Oueof the Cross man Children,
Learned Sprige Herman A. Sheldon
Sheriff John A. Holland
Tinker Hull Charles Adams
Will Peake Madison Corey
Rtirh Miss Caroline Miskel
Patience Miss Laura Avers
R.iinna Miss Dallas Tyler
Arabella Miss Lnln Tabor
Jiary Jane Jones Miss Marie Cart
COURT HOUSE NOTES.
C. B. Gardner, George M. Watson and
P. W. Stokes, viewers iu the matter of tlio
damages caused by the overflowing of the
Pine Brook sewer, beard tislimony in the
arbitration room concerning the amount
of damages done to properties in the lino
of the sewer.
In the etatu of Patrick Davitt court
yesterday confirmed nisi tho report of C.
B. tinrdner, uudltor.
Judge ArchbaUl handed down an order
yesterday allowing three school directors
and tbruo councilman for each of tho
three wards of Blakely hereafter. Here
tofore each of the wards has had two rep
resentatives in theso bodies.
Karri aM licenses were granted by the
clerk of the courts yesterday to John Cal
lahan, of Wilkes-Barre, and Maggie Flem
ing, of Scranton; Joseph Squilly and
Bridgot Reap, of Seranton.
Attorney : John F. Scragg will ask the
tonrt for an arrest of judgment in tho
Mtse of Frank Mellnniro, of Curbondale,
aho was oonvictod Tuesday of lelouious
ittempt to kill. He will give its his roa
ious that the indictment is conflicting and
.hat the different counts do uot harmonize
Rkminoton Typewriters and Edison
Phonographs for sale and rent. Copyiug
rork executed. Phonographs rented for
in evening's entertainment. Telephone
1843. Edw. UuuBter, Jr., 435 Spruce
A new bicycle worth 175 will be sold for
88. The machine is guarantoed and is a
are bargain. Machine may be seen at the
Jury Says That Ha Wantonly Pointed Fire
arms at A. E. Sinuiison.
NEW TRIAL WILL BE ASKED FOR
John H. Snyder, of tho South Side,
on Trial Charged with Embezzlement-Peter
of Having Robbed Anthony Murphy.
Verdict of Not Guilty Directed in tho
Case of Patrick Ruanc.
District Attorn -y K'V.y mada the
closing address to the jurv for kbt com-
irion wealth after court djinrned ys
terdav.in the Willi nn Degan felonious
atteuuit case. Judge 1". Iward uhargod
the jury iu a clear anrlconolts manner,
aud it retir-d at 10 'M to mulca up the
verdict During the afternoon it re
turned a verdict which said that D
iran was guilty O'Uthe second count of
the indictment, which is that he want
only pointed lire arms at A. E. Simon
son. Last evening Attorney Hicketts
wauled to file reasons for a new trial
with permission to lile additional rea
coiia after the charge of the court hss
been transcribed Judge Edwards
thought tnat Mr. Ricketts h id better
wait and file all of his reason at onue.
lie will do so on Saturday
If a new trial is refused, Mr. Hick
etts will ask for ft, rest of judgment on
the ground that the tint and second
count of the iudictmmts on which
Degan was c inviotei are conflicting
John, ii. nrron on trial,
In the aftoruoou John II Snyder, of
the South Side, w is put on trial bifore
Judge Edwards charged with embez
zling about $400 from Christian Keig
ensptn, a New Jersey brewer. Iu Sep
tember, 1809, Bnyder was employed bv
Feigenspan to net as a snb-agunt under
Johu H. Oar. the geuoral agnt for
this district. Snyder's duties were to
take orders, deliver the ale and ber
sold aud make collections. It is al
leged that he delivered ale without ao
eoQtttins to Mr, Ooarforit, ani also
Vdected various sums of money from
customers that ho never turned over.
The prosecution is conducted in a
spirited m inner by District Attorney
ivelly and Major Everett Warren.
Soyder is ably defended by Attorneys
E O Newcomb aud M. A. MeUinloy.
When court ljonrnd August Souer,
one of Mr. Feitfempan' employes, was
on the stand. He said that he came
here to investigate Snyler's nff iirs an I
after he fouad discrepancies in his ac count
with several of the customers
Snyder admitted that he hal been dis
honest and gave the names of a number
of customers and amounts he collected
from them that he iiad not accounted
for. Th list wa rea 1.
A serious CHaRQI
Teter McDermott, a yoong man aged
30, who resides at Dickson City, was ar
ranged before Judge El Wards to an
swer nobargs of highway robbsry, nre
ferred bv Anthony Murphy, of Olv
pbant. District Attorney Kelly ex
pounded the law for the commonweal th
and Colonel F. J. FitlSlmmOOl for the
Murphy said that between 2 an 1 il
o'clock on the morning of Sspt. 7 la9t
t,e was on his way home. On Dunra ore
street, Olyphanr, he was attacked by
two yonng mein who threw him down
and tola 17.70 from his pockets. Mc
Dermott he recognize 1 as tb person
who rifld his pockets and he thought
the person who held him was Patrick
"Were you not drunk on that night?''
wa a Question whicii Colons! Fitzsim-
mons proponml"d to Murphy.
"I was not," replied tho witness- "I
had drank somu, but net Buy more
than I could hold. I'm not accustomed
to spilling my loa Is."
"You think it too valuable, I sup
pose?" "Correct, me man ; I nevei want to
lose a gool thing."
"Where did you spend the night np
to the time yon were robbed, Murphy?"
"I was calltu' on me aunt, " repliad
"(Of course she doss notspll anything
such as yon dislike to spill?''
"O no, indeed, sir, she does not."
THE DEFENDANT'S 8TORV.
Young MoDermott wanton the stand
and swore that on the night of the
robbery be attended a rami at o.y-
phant and between 1 and ii o'clock in
the morning retunmd home with John
McNulty. He did not sei either
Walker or Murphy on that night
Walker was called and sworo that lie
did not see McDermott on the night of
Beptemper 0, and John McNulty
swore that he was homo with McDsr
rnott on that night. He saw nothing of
Mnrphy, A verdict of not guilty was
returned by the jury.
Patrick Buane, of tho South Side,
was pnt on trial Ohefgsd witn the ir
cenv of a two wheeled cart from W
F Farre.ll, of Arch bald. The prosecu
tion failed to make out a cise, and on
motion of Ool PitMimraona, who rep
resented the defendant, Judge E I wards
dirocted that a verdict of not guilty be
Oliver P. Swnrtz's name appeared nn
nn lndiitmont as the defendant in a
case of felonious attempt to kill. His
brother, D. W. Swarlz. was his intend
ed victim. Since his arrest Swrtz has
been declared insane by a jury and is
now in Dinvtllo insAiie asylum. A
verdict of not guilty was therefore
JKSSUP CROSS SUITS.
At No. 'I Michael Godfrey was tried
for selling liquor without a license an I
on Sunday. Martin S. Maista wis the
prosecutor. S'veral witnesse swore
that on Easter Sunday last andatothor
time they bought beer and wblakv
from (lodfrey and paid for it. Uo.Ifrey
his brother William, hU sister and a
boarder swore that the defendant never
sold beer or whisky. Attorney Joseph
O'Brien made a gallant fight for the
defendant and succeoded in having
him acquitted. He will hnv to pay
Immediately afterward the assault
and battery suit i of Jogapu Mitcko
againat Michael Godfrey and Michael
Godfrey against William Sivnge, Jo
seph Snmonsky, Martin Sni ilter,Oaorg
Welchel and Jos ph Go 1st were o illed
for trial. Godfrey aal 1 he wont to col
lect rent due him by tho defendants
And they aeeaalted and severely injured
him. 1 he defendant an 1 that G id
frey csmo to their place to colleot a
beer bill of f'J and during a dispute
that followed he assaultod Mitoko.
Attorney Joseph O'Brien wss counsel
for Gudfr-yand Attorneys Halslander
and Fred Stark for the other parties
Doth cases were tried together. Ver
dicts of not guilty were returned and
the prosecutors directed to pay the
SEVERAL CASES CONTINUED.
The eases of larceny an 1 receiving
against Charles L. Tobey and Martha
Tobey were continued until the naxt
term, as were the ease against D W.
Soboonover, William Schoonovsr and
Matthew SoAtiloa, growing oat of a
disturbance at Pine brook on Mav 33
The last case called in No. 3 was
George B Heller, charged with assault
and battery by H. J. Mylette. The
trouble occurred in Cillahiu's hotel on
June HO last. Attorney John F. S-ragg
defends Heller, and Attorneys O'Neill
and D. J. Huedy conduct the prosecu
tion. DUN MORE.
St. Luke's Uuild held a verv pleasant
social at the home of Mrs. Van Wor
msr Wednesday evening and a large
number of persons were present. The
programme which was of a musical
and literary character was very enter
taining and every ouo enjoyed it huge
ly. In the Hue of refreshment! ooffse
and cruller were servxd. The ladies"
also had for sale aprons which they
h id made for the purpose aud quiet a
snug sum was realized.
George M Wallace lolpe. Brother
hood of Railroad Trainmun, i making
arrangements for its annual imii
which will occur uext mouth. This
year the boy promise to co'ips all
format elf iris and keen up their repu
tatiou of having the largest anil best
conducted balls In town.
The many persons who listened to
Rev, lUlph Gillam, who held revival
services here this month, will be
pleased to learn that he will be present
on communion Sunday, when many
of his convert will be admittdd iuto
the Presbyterian church.
Some interesting articles of violence
in the shape of a large revolver and a
larger dirk knife were found in on
of the chutes of the culm screen whica
the Pennsylvania C al oompanr is
having torn down near Nn. 8. Oj
emptying one of the p aokst where the
coal ws deposited bifore loading into
the cars the weapous were found
hether they are the relics of some
desperate deed is uot known, but in all
probability thoy were tnrowu
there by some Italian after one
the many murders and serious
affairs that have occurred at
Bunker Hill. Tho screen is located near
this spot and it is thong it that it has
been used to OOVer up t in evidence of
crime as the police iusoins cise coul 1
not hud the weapons with which the
crime were committed. Bith tho re
volver and knife and cartridges ure of
foreign workmanship, th cartridges
being of a very luculiar description.
On one lids of each a nipper extends in
which works the pins th it strike th
cap. the hammer being p-fectlv flat.
Four cartridges wore still in the revol
ver snd the dirk exhibited signs of
having been used.
Otto Bresaer, the oonceniil heal
clerk at Lndwig! drug store, besides
being a typical Isiac Walton, also has
a great penchant for stu lying the in
door or caplive habits of the tinny tribe
and for that purposa has made a large
and choicj piscatorial collection whicii
he keeps in two large aquariums in the
drug store. The fuhes' quarters are
becoming somewhat small and incon
venient, so to give them more liberty
he will soon havo built au aquarium
that will fill tho Urge front -window.
His collection includes all varieties of
our fresh water fish from a minnow up
B'ssie Shepherd is spending a few
days at Avoca.
Jessie Van Wormer, of Port Jervi.
N. Y., is visiting at the home of Mr.
Pickeus, on Monroe avenue.
Mrs L Turner, of Scott, visited
friends at this plaos on Wednesday.
J. E. Schuller is rebuilding his barn,
whicn was destroyed by fire a few
James Young i spjnding a few days
The Ladies' Aid society of the Meth
odist Episopai church mt at the
home of Mrs. Guieuney Wednesday
Rev. Mr. Santoo conducted the ser
vices at the Methodist Episcopal church
Mrs. Donnelly, of Plymouth, is visit
ing at the home of her brother, W. L
Mr. Msntey, who sp-mt the last
week in town, returned to hor home iu
New York city on Wednesday,
Miss B. Kane hai resigned her posi
tion as bookkeeper for P. S Mmley.
Miss Khoda Li Bar aud Eversll
Moore were married at the Metnodist
parsonage yesterday m imtng by the
llev. J C. Leaoook, They ieft on the
Erie & Wyoming Viiley train for New
York city and will visit Newburg and
other placvs of interest. Toe will
make their future horn) in Duumore.
Tho hose house of the Independent
Fire company was, last nig it, thronged
with visitors who bad accepted the
company's invitation to inipeot its new
hose carriage ami Iptotoni parlors The
visitors were received by the following;
Victor Buriohell, H. B Cole, E. D
Monies, J. J. Brown, J. 3, Flaniiellv.
P. C. Meyern and Fred Smith, All
the qufck action devices were shown,
from the slippery bras pole to the
.spring doors which operate by a small
chain which runs back to the driver's
seat. Tne boys' handsomely furnished
parlors and neat sitting room were vis
ite I and received the commendation of
ell. A street parade was held during
the early portion of the evening. It
was led by the Independent Drum
corps, followed by the Elootrlo Hose
Company No. 4, and their carriage.
The Independents and their carriage
drawn by a team of .spirited blacks
brought up th rear. The remainder
of the evening was spent in dancing,
and everyone had a most enjoyable
DUBLIN DAN COM EOT COMPANY
Presented the Two Daus in First Claaa
The Dublin Dau Comedy company
presented the comedy "The Two Dun"
at Wonderland to giabd hoiues yester
day. The play is a bright one aud con
tains many ludicrous situations,
especially where tho twin brothers are
The specialties introduced are all
new and of tho very best kind. How
artii's Hlbemloa is a feature of every
lUnolo Boxes Exclusively.
Hest made. Play uny desired numbor of
tunes. Oautscbi A Sens., manufacturers,
10.10 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won
dnrful orruowtrial organs, only j5 and -1 1
Specialty: Old music boxes carefully re
paired and improved with new tune.
Important to l . Men.
TllK TiuiitJNic will soon publish a care
fully compiled and claesilted list of the
loading wtiolesal'1, banking, ninuufautur
ing and professional interests of Sc null on
and vicinity. The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully illustrated with
photogravure views of our public build.
lnBS,btiHlnoss blocUs,street,etc. The circu
lation is on a plan tiiat cannot fail of good
reaultu to those concerned as well aa the city
at large. Iiepreseutcllves of The Tbjbiine
will call upon Hums, witoatc namkh
are dknihko In this edition and explain
its nature more fully. We trust, ouruvu
business men will give it their hearty
Those desiring view of their residences '
In this edition will pleaso leave notice at
Anheuaer hu e .1 Beer.
Louis Lehman's, 1&6 buruce ah
HEWS F8QI WEST SIDE
1 Day Tbat Will Interest Hyde
VERY PLEASANT BIRTHDAY TEA
Miss Gertie Fellows Celebrates the
Fifteenth Anniversary of Her Birth
by EntortaininR Her Friends Po
lice Officer Glcason KHI3 a Raccoon
in the Cellar of His Neighbor,
Thomas Davies Short News Notes.
The West Sid office of the SonANTON
Thiiuine is located at I'M Booth Main ave
nue, where subscriptions, advertisement
and communioatiou will receive prompt
Miss Gertie Fellows.daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George Fellows of Tenth
street, celebiated her fifteenth birth
day by serving a S o'olock tea to her
friend. The house was handsomely
decorated. Miss Fellows was tha re
cipient of many handsome presents.
Tnose pro-nt were, Mise Grace
Meyers, of Ciarks Summit; May Trau
ue Mattie Phillips, Edna Williams,
Lizzie Heiser, Auna Bunnell, Elua
Saxe, Millie Coons, Emma Williams,
Fannie Kennedy, Etnel Fellow, Bertha
Wettliug, Jennie Fellows, Lois Fel
lows: Nellie Fellows, Graoe Acker,
Mible Cox of Binghaintirti ; Jessie
Woolcot, of Kingston; Alda Atkinson.
RuthF Hows and E lith Carlton. Misses
Mamie Coon and II ittie Fellows ser
veil the tea.
A Ricooon lu the 0,11m
Thomas Davies, a resident of Four
teenth street, was given a surprUu yes
terday by discovering a raccoon in the
cellar of hi homo. Officer Gleason,
who resides uext door, was told of the
presence of the animal and armed
himself with a revolver and proceeded
to the scene and ended its life with a
hall from the weapon.
Death of Frank McDonald
Frank McDiuald, aged 01. died yes
terday morning at his residence, 430
Third atreot, Believu. Mr. McDonald
wa a resptcted rosidtnt of Pittstou
for many years and moved to this sec
tion a few years ago. The funeral ar
rangemeuta will be aunouueed later.
Mr. McDonald is survived by his wife
and five children. They are May,
Harry, Belinda and Frank McDonald,
jr., of this city, and Edward J. Mc-
Oonttld, of WllKes-llarre.
Interesting News Notse.
Morgan M. Jenkins, of Danville, is a
gin-si at tne home of William V. Grif
fiths on North Sumner avenue.
T, 11. Jones, of South Main avenue,
returned last evening from Pottsville.
The retinitis of the young child of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Prioe, of North
Oarfiold avenue, Were interred iu the
Wi.shburn Street cemetery yesterday
Mrs. Edwin Bevans, of Jackson
street, has relumed from a visit with
friends in Plymouth and Wilkes -Bar re.
M:ss Minnie Williams, of Plymouth,
is the guest of her brother, Johu I.
Williams, of thirteenth street.
Dr. Parke, of Pittstou, will lecture
at the Washburu Street Presbyterian
church this evening on the ''World's
Mr. and Mrs. M. J Fabey, of North
Main atr'enn, are at Hones i ale
Miss Neitie E'ias. of North Lincoln
avenue, and Miss K ite Johnson, Susie
Johnson, of SuUlh Mam avoiiue, ha v
returned home from Pittstou, Where
they attended the marriage of Miss
Mary Daniels and Alexander Robert
son. The Vesper Literary society of the
I'enn Avenue Baptist church will hold
a series of three debates with the
Young People's Literary and .Debating
society of the First Welsh Baptist
oburob, The 11yd Park society will
have the choice of side.
Dr. McArthur of Calvary Baptist
church, New York, will lecture at the
Jackson Street Baptist church on Feb.
0, on "Chips From Many Shops."
Rev. Mr. Beymora and wife, of Wash
ington, D. C, who has been visiting
iriondshere, returned home yesterday.
Miss Amy Joues, of Kingston, is the
guest of friends on this sido.
Miss Celia Connor, of Jackson
street, is recovering .from a slight ill
Mr and Mis Charles Wood tall, of
Fort Wayne, Lid , wno his hueu visit
ing friends on tuis side for som tim I,
have returned home.
Miss Minnie LangtOO and Amy
Humphreys, of Syracusi, N. Y., are
visiting relativos otithls side.
Miss May Jones, of North Hyde Park
avenue, is recovering from an illness
John L. William, of Nanticoko, was
011 this side yesterday.
Holy Rosary church was filled to
overflowing Wednesday to witness one
of the most fasniouablo marriages 01
the senson in Providence The con
duct ing partie wer-: Anthony A
Neary and Mary A. Pad. Ion, both of
Miry street. The wedding party en
tered the church and marched up the
aisle to the alter, whils the organist
played Meudnlsshon's wedding march.
Eddie Neary was best man, and Hon
ora i'adden, sister of the bride, was
bridesmaid. The party presented a
pretty nppenranco and was much ad
mired. Reverend Father O Toole per
formed the marriage ceremony.
Many residouts of th 1 North Fnd are
OppOSld to tho proposed new bridges
and would prefer to see a movemeut
started, either to keep the streets of
this portion of tho city iu good repair,
or to have them paved or inacada
111 . id, Much of the bad health of the
North End can be directly attributed
to the frightful condition of our thor
oughfare. Michael Gilbride and Katie Clark,
both of the High works, were united
iu matrimony at Holy Rosary ehurch
yesterday by the Rev. Father O'Toole.
The marriage of Patrick Naughton
and Katie Kelly took place Wednesday
at Holy Rosary church. Father O'Toole
officiated. William Judge attended
tl.e groom and Annie Djcherty brides
maid. Tho funtral of Mrs. Kelly will take
place today at 3 o'clock p m Inter
ment will be made at Forest Hill ceme
tery. A meetinx of the Father Whitty so
ciety was bold in its room at St.
Mary's hall Thursday night. Presi
dent Withers called the meeting to
order. The members of the board of
government of the union were present,
including M. J. Devine, president, of
Scranton; Mr. Lavan, of Wilkes-Barre,
vice-president; Mr. Mack, of Kingston,
secretary, and Father O'Toole. of Holy
Rosary parish. The delegates to the
recent quarterly convention reported
adversely 011 quarterly conventions
M. J. Devitte nddresied the meeting on
the matter of the Total Ahstlnenoe
Union trophies, whieh were won by
the Whitty sooiety on Sept. 9. He
tated that it would be impossible to
obtain possession of the trophies as
the Pittstou company held them under
lock and key. He stated that the men
of Pomp my C did uot regard the man
dates of the board of government, bnt
he thought tbat the next annual con
vention men to be held would compel
them to yield. Mr. Devine followed iu
the same strain. Mr. Mack next ad
dressed those present. His sentiments
were highly approved by all the mem
bers present. Major J. U. Duggan de
livered a pungent ad Iressou the mam
fest niiacrnpnlousnesa and unfair con
duct of the Pittstnn company in not
honorably ucceptlng the verdict or the
judges and the advice of the board of
The Rev. N. J. McMauus, pastor of
Holy Rosary church, left for Florida
A prolonged seaaion of the Park
Place lire escapes took place at the
Bunk House Wednesday night
Thirteen new members were initiated
and received into the order with the
usual pomp and ceremony. After the
routine business of the club wa di
posed of a banquet WAS held. A sump
tuous spread was plaoed before the
members. All present declared the
event one of ihe most enjoyable of the
Robert O'Biyle arrived home from
Utica, N. Y. . yesterday.
FAST DRIVING TO BE STOPPED.
Police Will Arrest All Violators of th
There is much complaint about fast
driving on the upper end of Washing
ton avenue, the residents of that por
tion of the Btreot dunning that the ex
hibitions of apoed given, make pedes,
The police department has been noti
fied and Chief Simpson says that pir
sons who indulge iu fast driving will
be arrested and treated to the full
penalty of tho law.'
Book 1 Book I Tlookal
During the coniiug week we shall offer
to the subscribers of TBI Tiuuunk rare
bargains 111 books.
V e liuve a large line of bright nnd pop
ular volumes, elegautly bound, that we
Intend to give to the patrons of the paper
at about nne-lourth of the u ml price.
Thetollowiug list will give you an idea
of the inducements aud the unusual op
portunities to secure valuable additions to
Tho World's Fair (New) ti5J I .83
Pictorial History of the ti rent
Civil War 3.00 .80
Pilgrims' Progress (Illusl'ed) ISO .Kit
Ear tb, Bea and Sky 3 75 .75
Marvelous Wonders 3.78 ,M
Life aud Works of Spurgeou l.M .00
Pictorial Histery of tho IJibie 3.7.1 ,85
Museum of Wonders 3.75 .85
From Pole to Pole 3.75 .80
Pictorial Uialory of the Uni
ted States 3.01 .11
Science of Life 2.7.1 L00
l.ifeof Barnaul 1.50 ,5n
Indian Horrors 1..VI .50
J.sepbus 8.00 1,00
BbepP! Photographs 3.50 1.35
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On presentation of two of tbaie
Cnnpona, subscriber of THE Tltlli
UN'G may purchase any book in the
1 above list.
We open in our new store this morning.
The Scranton Cash BTORX,
SS and 35 Lackawanna avenue. Every
day from 0 a. m. to 111 a. m. Round steak,
lie; sirloin steak, 14c.; standing rib roast,
0c. ; chuck roast, 8c. : boiling meat, 4c;
fresh pork, UJf4, pork sausage, 13a
don't know 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 I HALL
WE1CHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
Corbett or Mitchell
It makes no difference to us.
We are selling an A-No. i
$1.50 Per Set
SHE THEM IN OTJB WINDOW.
OO K at the mark-down I
prices in our windows.
This season's eoods.
No chestnuts exhibited.
j MARTIN & DELANY
-, CLOTHIBR8 AND CUSTOM TAILORS. z
THE COLUMBUS II HOUSE
Is the most popular musical establishment in Northeastern Penn
lylvania The highest grade of Pianos and Organs. The
lowest prices obtainable anywhere and the most liberal
terms ever offered to purchasers are some of the
leading inducements. Look at the list
Vose & Sons ' Pianos,
M eh in Pianos,
Popular Pease Pianos.
THE WORLD RENOWNED
Story & Clark Organs,
Chicago Cottage Organs,
Aud nil kiudu of Musical Merchaudlsi
constantly 011 hau
The Holidays are here, and this Is the place to buy Pianos for a Cbristtnai.
Present. Prices are lower than any other music htoro in Scranton. Special
Attention Remember always when yon start out to search for a Piano or Or.
gin that Christopher Columbus points with bis right hand to the exact place
you want to go, Now here it is:
205 VASHINGTON AVENUE,
J. W. Guernsey, Prop.
408 Spruce Street.
Do You Need an Ulster?
Do You Need an Overcoat?
I" 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.
IllK CLOTHIERS FOR THE PEOPLE,
220 Lackawanna Ave.
P. S. Lcok for our nam before the door before en
tering. Make no mistake.
G.W. Owens & Co.
Ladiee' Tmlnrs and Furriers,
i rcK st.,
NT HOUSE BQUARB
Mlv1 farRi ice HT
iWJ CO : w
Is usually looked upon as
inferior In quality. This is
nut the case with our stork
of Men's and Women's Shoes
which we arc offering at
cheap prices---cheaper, in
fact, than such a grade of
goods lias ever before been
soltl in Scranton. These
cheap prices will only pre
vail until 1'cb. I.
SCHANK'S Arcade Shoe Ston
Scientific Eye Testing Free
Think tbat bacaote you have not
WINTER FURS OR
FUR CAPES, JACKET,
That yon can j:.'t alon- without it this
winter. Wo have thr.'i months of
Cold weather ahead of u.
To dress warm is to have GOOD
You will find our slock large with
If you think 'of buying or
not, visit us, We nny have
just what you wore looking
You kuow that a garuiont that fi'i
perfidy is what you will huy.
The Price Will Please You.
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I "TRIP AROUND THE WORLD "
Portfolio of Photographs s
By Dr. Shimberg,
Tlio Fpvrlallat on tlio Kyn. Hi'iiiIscIkm nml
Norvousnosa relieve! . Latest mid Improved
Btyio of Bye QlaaM ami Bpeojaclei at tho
LowomI Priaaii Host ArtlUoial Kyt4 iusortoil
305 SPRUCE ST., op. Post Office.
I January 26,1694
H Bend or bring in 2 Coupons
S of (lill'erent dales, together
with 5 cents, ami receive this
B Album of rare Photographs, a
Cor. Ponn Av, and Spruce St.
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