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TIIE SCRAN TON TRIBUNE MONDAY MORNING. JANUARY 2i, 181)4.
IK GREAT VARIETT.
No Fake Sale in Ours
We linve hotter rmrealns tvorv Aav In
trp year than no-called "bargain days, "
"clearinir esltV and such well-known,
worn-out, played-out nrheme will alTord.
Iut real baruaiua la HHbT-CLASS NEW
PIAJOS AND ORGANS
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Hsve taken over 100 first premiums tB
iLepsst fifty years.
Otfior make of Planni. Four mak. pr
Organs In beautiful new design. See onr
Hock before buying. We barn the good,
tlnr prices art right Kveryimujj m th
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IS4 Wyoming Ave., Scranton, Pa.
EEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE GENU'NE POPULAR
HAVE THE INITIALS
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Imprinted en Each Cigar
Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
hi 1. 1 ,
DR. H. B. WARE
EYE, EAR, KOSE AND THROAT.
OFFICE HOURS :WtS-h.
'35 WYOMING AVE.
Captain John C. Delaney, of Harmburg,
la visiting friends in thil city.
Col. Ezra Kipple, J unit's W. Oakfonlnnd
James SlcAnulty were in Pittstuu last
Ml. and Mrs. P. H. QtlmllOD and Miss
Julia Allen left on Saturday for Wuituey's
Point, N. Y.
D. D. Deyo, of North Dakota, formerly
of this city, has returned and will perman
ently locate here.
P. J. Casev and Miss Anrjie O'Malley
will be married Wednesday morniuir at
H.30. at St. Peters cathedral.
John W. McOinlef aud Charles McOin
ley, of Mauch Chunk, father and brother
of Attorney M. A. Mcl imley, were the
guests of the latter on ."-arurday.
The Pittston Gazette sayB that James Y.
Brydeu, civil engineer for the Pennsyl
vania Coal company, will today move to
Dunmore, iu which place the heailqiiar
tera of the engineering corps will hereafter
be located. Mr. and Mrs. ilryden, both of
whom uro life-long residents of Pittston,
and who have a wide acquaintance among
our best people, regret very much the
necessity which compels them to leave
town and the regret is shared by their
many Pittston friends.
EVEN THE JUDGES SMILED.
Mrs. Monagban Placed With Her Hus
band In Shtriffa Care.
After nil the prisoners bail been sen
tenced Saturday morning, District At
torney Kelly culled up John Monaghan
for eeutence. Momignan walked up
very sheepishly before the judges and
as soon as Jndga Archibald saw the
man he said: "Mr. K-lly we had bet
ter wait and take the verdict from the
jury in this case."
Mr. Daniels took the verdict from
the jury, and when it was read it
evoked general laughter, even the tip
ataves joining in the mirth, while the
judges tlnms'lves were forced to
smile. Monaghan had been charged
by his wife with assault aud buttery.
Tne jury found the Attendant not
guilty and directed the prosecutrix to
pay half the costs The woman was
called bofore the bar and with her hus
band she was committed to the sheriff's
care till sentence was complied with.
SCRANTON'S VOLUNTEER FIREMEN.
Officers of the Association Elected for
the Easuinir Year
At a regular meeting of the Scranton
VolnnUer Firemen's association held
at Raub's hall yesterday the following
officers were elected for the ensuing
President, John R Kirns; recording
secretary, F. W. Zizelman; financial
secretary, A. R Simrell ; treasurer, P.
Third District Republicans.
Pursuant to a resolution of the standing
committee of the Republicans of the
Third legislative district, a convention
will be held in the arbitration room in the
court house, city of Scranton, on Tuesday,
Feb. 6, lblM, at I o'clock p. m., for the
purpose of electiug one delegate to repre
sent said district at tho state convention
to be held In Rarribtirg on Wednesday,
May 83, 18tM.
Vigilance committees will hold primaries
on Saturday, Feb. 3, WH, between lue
hours of 4 and 7 p. m.
E. J. NoRTin-i', John McCiiinih.k,
Secretary. Pres. Pro Tern.
Scranton, Pa., Jan. 87, 1804.
Important to Business Men.
Tiik Tkibink will soon publish a care
fully compiled and classified list of tho
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing aud professional interests of Scranton
and vicinity. The edition will be bound
in book form, beautifully illustratod with
photogravure views of onr public build
ings,bustness blocks, streets, etc. The circu
lation is on a plan that ennnot fail of good
results to those concerned as well as the city
at large. Representatives of Tim Tnmewt
will call upon music wrosr names.
are dkhitied in tbia edition and explain
Its nature more folly. We trust ouri.ivK
business men will give it their hearty
Those desiring views of their residences '
in this edition will please leave notice at
Books by Express.
Any person ordering ten or more books
at one time may have them sent by ex
Reiiinotom Typewriters and Edison
Phonographs for sale and ront. Copying
work executed. Phonographs rented for
an evening's entertainment. Telephone
2843. Edw. tiunster, Jr 435 Spruce
A new bicycle worth 75 will be sold for
IBS. The machine is guaranteed and is a
rare bargain. Machine may be Been at the
NEWS FROM WEST S DE
Happenings of a Day That Will Interest HydB
GIFT TO PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY
A Generous Friend Gives the Society
91, OOO Surprise Party on Friday
Evening Death of Miss Viola John
sonParty of Merry Skaters at
Seven-Board of Trade to Discuss
the Bridgs Question.
The West Side office of the SnuAMTO.V
TniBUNK is located at lis South Main avs
tine, where subscription, advertiseinsuts
and communications will receive prompt
The Welsh Philosophical society held
its meeting as usual on Saturday even
ing. There was a TerjT large atten
dance, and the meeting lacked none of
its accustomed enthusiasm. The pro
'gramtnt consisted of a deeply interest
ing debate, "Rssolved That Eleotrioity
is the Motive Power of the Solar Sys
tem." The affirmative was upheld bv
Ktirti P Davis, and the negative, the
gravitation theory, was defended by
W. A. Price. During the evening a
letter was read to the socioty by ex
Mine Inspector William S. Davis,
which included a check for $1,0011. the
name of the donor was requested to be
kept secret and presentation was
to lie nude' known under the Inoognite
of ''Warm Friend." Resolutions ex
pressing the sincere thanks of the so
ciety to .the douor for his magnificent
gift were passsd and u committee com
prising the president, Jiitnes A, Fvans,
lienj miiti Hughes, and V. S Jones ap
pointed to wni t upon him with the
same. N. K! Evani and W. A. Price
were appointed a committee to draw
up tue resolutions.
A Plsasant Surprise.
Miss Lizzie Eshleman, of Mullein
street, was tendered a surprise party
ou Friday evening by her numerous
frieuds. (lames were indulged in dur
ing the evening a-id at midnight re
freshments were served. Excellent
music was furnished bv Miss Delia
Knapp, of Greenwood. Those present
ware Mis-es Lizziu Mayers, Hattie
Pearson, Bersie Mayers, M iu 1 Smith,
Abbie Laning, May Raub, Jen
nie Lawrence, Margaret Powell,
Carrie Hill, Nettie Lowis, Alise Neave,
Rose Wilson, Sndio Davies, Lizzie
Costlett, Lizzie D ivies, and Dauiel
Trainor, Charlea Sweet, Dr. Nichols, of
Fiictoryville; E. W. Thornton, of
Crystal Like; W. G. Matthews, of
Liutte City, Mont. ; Eimer Wilson,
Frank Wilson, Eirl Peet, V. P. Long,
Frank Major. Bvrt Steel, Bert Smith,
C Tratten, Percy Frutchey, Charles
Wilson, Will Lovelaud aud Frank El
liot Miss Viola Johnson Dead.
Miss Viola Johnson, of till Hampton
street, died on Satur lay afternoon after
an illDess of thirteen years. Miss
Johnson bad been a great sufferer aud
for the past six years was unable to
walk. She was an earnest woman and
bore her illnocs with Christian forti
tude. She was 80 years of ag. The
funeral will occur this afternoon at
2.30 o'clock. Interment will be made
in tho Wasbburn street cemetery.
Party of Merry Skaters.
Young people from the West Side
composed a party which skated at
Number S-iven on Saturday evening.
The party included Misses E!l Sanders,
May Keen, Mandy Gtrten, Clara. San
ders. Ella Ilutioock, Mm I Sanders,
Mamie Whetstone; and Edgar Davies,
Oorge Sanders. Horace Keen, Will
Davies, Harry Hall, Frank Thornton,
Edward Roderick, A. Eugene Morse
and Oscar Scott.
Disturbing Sunday Worship.
Officers from th Second precinct last
evening arrested John Phillips, a
youth who was disturbing the Salva
tion Army meeting. The West Side
officers are daily receiving complaints
from church people who claim that
boys hang around the churches ami
disturb worship. The arrest of young
Phillips is to merely teach the boys a
Reception This Evening.
Mr. and Mrs. L W. Swallow, of
South Bromley avdnue. will entertain
this evening in honor of Mrs. Swal
low's brother, Charles J. Helms. The
reception will b from 8 to 9 and,
dancing and other amusements will
follow. One hundred guests have been
invited and Hyde Park's best society
wili be represented.
Arretted f or Assault.
Joseph and Peter Yuika, of Lloyd
street, wore arrested on Saturday by
Constable Rooney on charges preferred
against them by William Matthewski.
of this side Thn charges were assault
and battery. The defendants were
given a hearing in the court of Alder
man Andrews and committed to jul io
default of bail.
Paragraphs of Genuine Interest.
A spscial meeting of the West Side
hoard of trade will be held to-morrow
evening, to which the public- is cor
dially invited. Ths principal topic of
discussion laid out lor the evening is
the bridge question, and several mem
bers of conncil are expected to bo
present to talk on the question. It is
hoped that tho people may appreciate
the fact and vote for the bridges. The
viadnct will also be discussed.
The Robert Morois lodge of American
Ivorites will he instituted by the grand
officers of the order this evening in
Co-operative hall on North Main
avenue, commencing at 7 o'clock. All
members are requested to be present.
lbs address liy Prof George Howell
on "Should Young Men Go to College,"
which was to have been delivered be
fore the Hyde Park Literary and De
bating society this evening hns been
postponed foi two weeks on account of
the institution of the Ivorite lodge, in
which many of tlio member are inter
ested. The funernl of Mrs. John O'Malley,
of 8211 Jackson street, will take place
this morning at 0 o'clock. A solemn
high requiem mass will bo celebrated
in St Patrick's church.
Gwilym A. Williams, of the Republi
can, is the guest of frieuds in Wilkss
Barre. Miss Lottie Powoll, of Lincoln ave
nue, is ill.
John W. Young, of Pittston. spent
yssterday with George Vipond, of Jack
A B. Holmos, of South Main avenue,
Owing to the overcrowded condition
of the Sunday school room of the Wash
burn Street Presbyterian church a
plan will be made this week by which
more seats can be added. Superintend
ent Phillips annonnced yesterday's at
tendance 840, again of twenty over the
Violators of ih Law Wfco Have to Pay
Sentences wre imposed in court
Saturday on offenders convicted dur
ing the week.
David Wellner, of Winton, man
slaughter, will spend six ysars and six
months, in theEsstsrn penitentiary aud
pay u tine of $500 and costs.
W, W. Thorpe, assault and battery,
$10 fine, costs, aud thirty days in the
James Brock, criminal assault, $o00
fine, costs, and three years ami three
mouths in the Eastern penitentiary.
John Campbell, larceny, six months
in the comity jsil,
Frank Melinairo, reckless use of fire
arm!, $50 costs, tsu months iu county
Anthony IVanntnnd Anthony Valen
tine, larceny, each $1 tine, costs, and
one year and six months iu the K istern
Theodore Robello, malicious mis
obief, $1 tin costs, and six months iu
the county jail.
Lswrenou Loughlin, the 13-year-old
Curbondale boy, who was conviotcd of
larceny, whs sent to the House of
Hefuge by Judge Archbald.
Michael Godfrey and William God
frey, were sentenced to pay costs in
cases iu which they were returned not
Dr. E. 0. Robinson, of the Second
Presbyterian ohureh of Scranton oc
cupied the puipit of the Dunmore Pres
byterian church yesterday morning
and preached a strong sermon, taking
for his text "Personal Holiness " He
bused his discourse on the 1 Chronicles,
58: 13. "For because you did it not at
the first, the Lord our God made a
breach upon us, for that we sought
Hun not after the due order." The
sermon wits designated as be
ing especially appreciable to
young converts aud the speaker
took his lessons from God's cov
nant with the lsrealites showing forth
their incompetency that covenant and
allowing the ark to leave their hands
God's minute instructions regarding
the handling of the ark throughout the
wanderings and the Utmost reverenc
Iu which He commanded it should be
held were used to illustrate how holy
christians should become before they
can attuin a success for God's church
in this world. In part Mr. Robinson
said: "This lesson goes to show how
God wishes His covenant kept
and the utmost reverence in
which He wants is held. The or
ganization which characterize) all th
wanderings of the ark show essential
orgaulz ition for Christian work. As
Paul says: "One member of the body
cuiiuot get along without the co-opera-tiou
of the other parts." They all work
together iu unison with the main or
ganization. No one should SftV tint
their work In the house of God is in
ignificeut. No one should think it
does not matter whether we attend
church or not. It does' make
a difference because we are each u
member aud our absence causes dis
organization. When we make a con
fession of faith and come into tho
church wo face at once tho temptation
to let others do tbe work while we
stnud back and do not co-operate. No
organization lias any existence except
in its members and it is impossible for
us to delegate our responsibility and
place it in the hands of any society,
Sunday school or any other of tli"
church's organization. Thecouvenantof
Godislsid uponyourshouldersand mine
and the manner iu which the ark was
bonnd to the shoulders of tbe Israelites
shows how we must bear it. It should
be borne with noble pride and joy.
We see how essential personal holi
ness is in order to deal effectively with
the holy work laid upon us, no ni ater
how insignificant it is. This is olearly
brougbt out in the subject With
Christ with us we can do all things.
All onr work in Sunday school, society or
church in general will be fruitless with
out Christ and this personal holiness
Let us realize that for our church du
ties, to be efficient, we must be holymvn,
holy women and holy boys and girls,
i July then is success asiured. Christ
is one among ten thousand, nnd we
should be so dovoted to Him that we
would be williag to obey his slightest
command. If we love Him us wo
ought we will find ourselves holy. We
ought to think of Him morning, noon
and night, and the heart be always
tilled with lovo because of His good
ness to us, so that it will not be an un
pleasant dnty for us to carry on our
shoulders His covenant,"
Tho Junior Christian Kndeavor soci
ety will hold a social in the lecture
room of the Presbyterian church Fri
Mrs. W. T. Messenger will leave to
morrow for Florida and other places of
interest throughout the south.
The Republicans will nominate can
didates for the borough election at Odd
Fellows' hall tonight,
Editor T. P. Woodward, of tho Pio
near, is visiting places of interest below
the Mason and Dixon line.
Mine Superintendent Horan's hand
some lesidence on Dudley street is rap
idly nearing completion.
The funeral of T. ,T. i,s.tigan occurred
Miss Minnie Brown has roturned to
her home at Hondley's. HIM
Thn dwelling of Jacob Easterline is
being beautified by n coating of paint.
Mi. and Mrs. David Kanfmann have
returned from an eiteuded trip to
THi Thihunk correspondent had oc
casion to call at the business office
Saturday afternoon nnd was amazed to
see the inimeuso variety of books and
the low prices at which they are of
ferfd. Books treating on biography,
history, fiction and poetry are to be
found by the hundreds. No one should
lniee subscribing for Tiik, TR1BUNR, so
they can secure tho coupons whioh
give i hem the benefit of these unrival
ed low prices. A fow dollars will buy
a library that no onejieed be ashamed
to enclose in one of tne most valuable
HERRING IS HOUSE HUNTING.
New Colleotor Visits Wllllameport In
Search of OfHot Room.
Grant Herring, tbe recipient of Boss
Hairity's favor in the recsnt collector
ship fight, has begun a still hunt for
new headquarters. The other evening
he was iu Williamsport, figuring on
getting office room in the federal
building in that city.
The new colleotor seems to entertain
n feeling of repugnance to Serauton,
hut it is the general belief hereabouts
that he will bn unable to remove the
collectorship office from the handsome
rooms sneclally fitteil up for it iu the
new government building
Fifty Omim for Ten Ctnte.
Remomber that fifty beautiful pictures
and not simply sixteeip-aud they all
representing the moat notable builfliugs
and exhibits at the late World's fair ran
now be obtained at The Tuhuine office for
10 cents and three coupons. Part I of the
World's Fair Portfolla contains these ar
tistic gems and souvenirs, uut your cou
pons aud get tho pictures.
Happenings of a Day That Will Interest
Many Tribune Readers.
AN INSURANCE SOCIETY FORMED
Composed of Polish Catholics, It Has
a Membership of Two Hundred.
Eighty-Year Old Hubert Sossong
Dead Young Man Injured at the
South Works Resolutions of King's
The St. Joseph's insurance company
is the name of a new organizitiou to
be composed exclnsively of Polish Cath
olics. The society has been in embryo
fore some time, but yesterday the pre
liminaries had so far progressed so that
the necsssary number of members af
fixed their signatures to n petition for
a charter that will be presented to
court by M. A. MeGiuley.
The new society is a branch of an
organization chartered by the state, its
feature buing that of insurance. The
new Kociety has a membership of 200,
and it is expected that tbe membership
will roach 500 It will be operated on
the assessment plan, aud nt the death
of a member his family will receive
$000 . nnd if a member bs married aud
his wife dies he will receive $300.
Death of an Aired Resident.
Hubert Sussing of Elm Btreet died at
his home on Saturday evoning. at
8 o'clock. Deceased was about 80
years of age and, hud lived here many
years. Owing to debility he has not
engaged in manual labor for several
years and his death was due to old ag
and its accompanying weaknesses. His
wife ami five sous, all grown to man's
estate, survive him, The latter aro
Nicholas. Caspar, Peter, Thomas ami
Charlei Sossong. The fnnaral will take
place to-morrow morning. ServiofS
will be at St. Mary's German Catholic
Injured at the South Works.
Petor Connors, a young man em
ployed as a brakeinau at the South
works, was painfully injured on Satur
day. He was riding the frotit bump
ers of the engine when a steel truck,
that was in front, left the track. The
young man was thrown beneath the
truck aud very badly injured. He was
removed to the Moses Taylor hospital.
Resolutions of Condolence.
At a recent meeting of tbe King's
Daughters of the Ce lar Avenue M. E.
Church the following res ilntion was
adopted: "The Kind's Daughters Of tne
Cedar Avenue M. E Church extend to
our president, Mrs. Thomas R, James,
our sincere and heartfelt sympathy in
her sad hour of bereavement and sor
row in the death of her beloved hus
band." Shorter Paragraphs.
County Auditor S. S. Spruks was in
Honesdale the early part of last week
attondiug the funeral of his nephew.
While there he contracted a cold aud
hns since been unable to leave his home.
The funeral of Johu Orr will take
place this morning. The vouug man
was two days more than 21 years old
when he died.
The Marine Social club is the latest
acquisition to South Side organizi
tions. It ts composed principilly of
members of the old Keystone club.
Frank Jones is president.
D W. Humphrey and Charles Farn
haui, former employes of theLickt
wanna Iron and Steel company in the
chemists' department, have been sus
pended. Mr. Humphrey has taksn
charge of F. L. Terppe's drug store for
the present. The latter will leave for
a two months' trip to G Tin my ou
The Polish societies will give a the
atrical entertainment at Music Hall on
C. W. Weatpfahl, who is a member
of the estimates committee, will ask
that body for an appropriation of
$1 200 for a stone arch culvert over the
Meadow brook at Elm street.
A musical entertainment will take
place at the Park Place Methodist
hpiacnpal church tomorrow evening.
The talent seleetod for the occasion
leave nothing to be desired. The pro
Vocal solo Miss Anna Peacock
Instrumental . Miss Lillian 0, A. Ilummett
Recitation Miss Sarah I). Sweotzer
Vocai solo Miss Mamie N'iland
Vocal duet I lilM Np,i" Van Uorder
Vocal duct.... , MissSlioemaner.
QoitU aud mandolin duet
Misses Anna aud i'.lla Hawks
Masters Abraham Wakefield, N . Seaman
Vocal solo Bdith Richard Meckel
Instrumental Miss Clara La liuu
V,.r.,l ,ti 1 Arthur and Miss Edilh
Vocal duet.. J U()r(,(ir
Recitation Miss Iiotta Hawks
Vocal Solo Mr. Frank Paliuatier
Vocal duet Miss Km,,,., Waketleld
I Mis Anna Peacock
Piano solo Miss IJIIian ('. A. Hatnmett
Uecltution Miis Mamie Ndand
Vocal solo Miss Emma Wakefield
Hot italioii ... Master Ueorgn lliiseh
Piano solo Miss Clara La Rue
Charles Ansou, of Putnam street, has
devoted his leisure time for the nast
fifteen years to the invention and con
struction of a steam engine. Ho has
now completed his laborious under
taking, and tho result of his toil can
be seen at Tripp's slope iu the shape of
n new one-horse powei engine. He
bus put every particle of the work to
gether himself. It is now in full work
ing order and has been experimented
with several times. Iu appearance it
somewhat resembles the old Stephen
The grounds chosen by the base ball
club will, it is rumored, be located
whero the lumb.ir yard of Mason &
Snowdou is situated. Tbe locution is
favorably regarded by the people of tho
North Knd on account of its central
posttiou. The Providence street car
line will take the spectatorsto within
one block of the grounds.
William Shaw, of Park Place, will
be married to a popular young Udy of
Scranton In thenoar future. The Fire
Escapes have purchased an expensive
parlor suite to present to him on tbe
occasion. Mr. Shaw has been u promin
ent member of tbe organization for
Books by Mail.
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DyepepiU and Indigestion
In their worst forms nr cured by the
use of P. P. P. If you are debilitated and
run down, or If you need a touio to regain
llesh and lost appetite, strength aud vigor,
take P. P. P., and you will be strong and
healthy. For shattered constitutions and
lost manhood P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke
Root aud Potassium) is tho King of all
medicines. P. P. P. is tbe greatest blood
purifier in the world. For salo by all
All Minds Are Not Constituted Alike.
Parents should make everv effort to
pi ice within tho reaoh cf their oblldreiv
the greatest variety of reading. All
minds nre not constitnted alike. Each
child has its peculiar dislikes. What
win interest, amuse and Instruct one
will prove wearisome to another. The
bey or girl who has every object placod
before him. in other words who has a
complete library, is almost certain to
he entertained thereby and early
acquires habits of industry and a love
of books and home.
Sueh a library is provided In the
Encyclopedia Britannic offered by the
Tkihiink. Do you realize that this is
a reprint page for page of the great
Edinburg edition sold by Charles Scrib
ner's sons at $5 a vol time besides having
nonrly 2,000 pages of supplemental mat
ter added to it and an entirely new line
of mnps 18U0 issue? You have always
wanted this great work but the prio
was and is, though Scribner's, $125. It
is now within your means and on easy
terms of payment. The olfer must
soon be withdrawn. Give your order
n w and do not wait till tho closing
LOOKING FOR AN ASHLEY BOY.
Supposed to Have Been Kidnapped by
aa Organ Orlnder.
Charles B. White, of the Wilkes
Barre Times, was ia the city Saturday
afternoon looking for 5-year-old Eddie
Brotherton, who disappeared from his
home iu Ashley some days ago.
The supposition is thut tho lad was
kidnapped by an organ grinder who
for the past few days has been assailing
the ears of Scrautonians witii "Daisy
Bell," "Two Little Girls in Blue" and
'Do, Do, My Huckleberry. Do." The
organ grinder's name is Rocco. and ho
was seen ou the streets as lote as Satur
day afternoon. The police are looking
for the boy.
Eddie bus black eyes, dark hair and
wears black corduroy knickerbockers.
He baa a durk cout and a fair complex
ion. Anbeuser Bunch Beer.
Louis Lehman's, 'Mb Suruceac.
Books I Books I Books 1
During the coming week we shall offer
to the subscribers of TBI TRIBUKI raro
bargains in books.
We have a large line of bright and pop
ular volumes, elegantly bound, thut wo
iutend 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
The World's Fair (New) 12-60 t .85
Pictorial History of theUreut
Civil War 8 00 .80
Pilgrims' Progress illlust'od) 2.50 ,WI
Earth, Sea aud Sky 2 75 .T5
Marvelous Wonders 2.75 ,S5
Life and Works of Spurgeon 1.50 .80
Pictorial History of tho Hible 2.75 .86
Museum of Wonders 2.75 .85
From Pole to Pole 2.73 .80
Pictorial History of the Uni
ted States 3.00 .95
Science of Life. 2.75 L00
Lifeof Illinium 1.50 .50
Indian Horrors 1.50 .50
J sephus 8.00 1.00
Shepp'B Photographs 8.50 1.25
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UNE may purchase any book iu the j
' above list.
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day from n a. m. to 10 a. m. Round steak.
He; sirloin steak, 14c.; standing rib roust,
10c.; chuck roast, 8c.; boiling meat, 4C.;
freBb pork, 12Jc. ; pork sausage, 12c
Are YOU going to
MOVE or start
If so, save time, worry
and money by
AND SELECTING A
Dinner, Tea or
Toilet Set, Carving
116 Wyoming Avenue.
It makes no difference to us.
We are selling an A-No. i
$1.50 Per Set
SEE THEM IN OUK WINDOW.
408 Spruce Street.
PRICES on brand-new Suits and Over
coats in our windows will convince
you that we are about giving them away.
Martin & Delany
Coal Exchange, Wyoming Avenue.
I mil HOUSE
Is the most popular musical establishment in Northeastern Penn
sylvania The highest grade of Pianos and Organs. The
lowest prices obtainable anywhere and the most liberal
terms over 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 Cottage Organs,
.Aiidull kinds of Musical MerchaudlM
constantly on baud.
Hie Holidays are here, and this is the place to buy Pianos for a Christinas
i resent. 1 noes are lower than any other music store iu Scranton. Special
Attention-Kemember uhvays when vou start out to search for a Piano or Or.
gun that Christopher Columbus points with his rigbt hand to the exact plaoa
you want to go. Nowhere 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.
Price is no object, profits have now disap
peared, and you can buy one very cheap.
THE CLOTHIERS FOR THE PEOPLE,
220 Lackawanna Ave.
P. S. Look for our name before the door before en
tering. Make no mistake.
Au immense stock of
Hunts. Shoes, Slippers
and Rubber Goods that
we intisi scl l before our
Spring Goods arrive, in
about three weeks, We
simply in list gel rid ol
The very best grade of
of Footwear to be found
in Hie entire city at e
tt einely cheap prices.
e have the goods and
yon have the money,
VVillgive you lull value
for your money.
SCHANK'S Arcade Shoe Store.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
The Specialist on the Kyo. Iluatlaolios anil
NervDUhueeH rSjUsVSjdi Latest and Improved
Stylo uf Kyo OlasniM and Spectacle nt the
Lono.it Prion, Uost Artificial Eyei iusi'rtud
30s SPRUCE ST., op. Post Office.
A Rich CLOTH
J AC K ET, Full
aud tan. Cost to
make, $10. Now
We will give you
the choice of 40
Jackets, all this
.Not one in the
lot that cost less
than $12 to 20.
!'( i: OAPE8
and WRAPS. It
will pa you to
see this ottering
We needroom for new Spring
Stock. Visit us,
0. W. OWENS
Lailiua' Tailor". Cloak Maksrs
SI 'KM rSE STi
ilUO COIJWT HO USE sytiAHB
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i Portfolio of Photographs i
S January 29, 1894
Send or bring in L' Coupons
a of different dates, together
S with S cents, and receive this
Album of rare Photographs,
Cor. Ponn Avi'. and Spruce St.
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