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THE SCRAN TON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY (5. 1894.
STELLE &SEELEY NEWS FROM WEST SIDE
MR. J. L STELLE will continue
the buiineia under the firm name of
Stelle & Seeley.
TBI EVFR POFUtiAB
WEBER and SHAW PIANOS
IN QEEAT VARIETY. Al.su
PIANOS AND ORGANS
ropular. reliable and within your reach.
HALLET & DAVIS
Have takin over 100 Brat protnlutni In
tLt fast fifty year
Ol'.ior mikes of Ptno. Four make nl
Pi pans in beautiful new designs. 8 our
toidt before buying. We liTe the good.
Uor prieea are nguu Bvwythiitu m the
Happenings of a Day Tint Will Interest Hyde
INHUMAN ACT OF FRESH YOUNG WEN ;
They Induce William Slanccy, a H.ill
Witted Fellow, to Drink Beer Con
Ulnlng I Drug and Then Cut OfT
Half His Hair-Rov. D. P. Jones
Will Go to Columbus, Ohio.
rThe Woat Sid offloa of th SOTUWTOa
Tmiii'Mt i located at i j- South Mstn
mix, woOfO aulMoriptloin, adVBrtlieUWetl
ami eoiuuiuuioatioua will receive pron.pl
STELLE & SEELEY
S4 Wyonilntj Ave.. Scranton. Pa.
ThE GENUINE POPUUH
HAVE THE INITIALS
G.. B. & Co.
rmprooH i'ii F.'.t'h C'3-rr
Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
IUIU1 lll'l -t. ltv
Willlism, or as is bettor known.
"Billy" OUnoer, appeared before Al
derman Morgan vestrdiy and prO
rure l a warrant for the arrest 01 .1 sines
Konuodv and William MrNichol.
whom he charged with felony, dim
eey, who is in a rather demented state,
and la frequently made tne mitt of Ignot
ant ridicule by person who pnsieaa WT
, I little of What is termed "Humanity,
(stated that he was on LtUBerae stre-'t
Saturday afternoon and entered the
house of Ifiomas l 'iiue.lv. me lamer
ofoneoftha defendants. There were
several in the plaue, and (llancey was
prevailed upon lotakea drink otlr
in which drug had been Placed The
erteet w is IOOO I0OW0, and ii was In a
ded stupor While hi WU uncon
scious his hatr was elippet from one
lidejol bil head and his mointacti was
mutilated ui a rldiculuoi manner.
Qoorgf c'.'l'ovfs. of Tenth street, ap
peared m behalf of th- plaintiff, The
alderman ht 11 aoh of the men in the
QUI o( 800 bail to appear at the next
court ot vjinrter eessiou.
hi Borprt Patty.
DR. H. B WARE
RPUt I I LIST.
EYE. EAH. K06B A-NO THKOAr.
ITO lt.K A,
fiJFFIC HOURS :
'35 WYOMING AVE.
Jlichael Sweney, of New York, is the
Bnea: of his sister, Mrs. Michael Joyce, of
Harry W. Storms, of the Wilfred Clarke
Comedy comyauy, is in the city for a tew
day on account of the company hsviuic
cancelled its eug-iuenients '.a the western
portiou ol the state, the result of the $50
theatrical license. Tae company will be
gin a two W'eks enaemeai at Philadel
phia next Monday.
COURT MOUSE NOTES.
Sijhs warning persons not to spit on the
tiled fl:ors of the corridors have been
Fmnk Rica convicted rf having as.ao:t
m! Stanislaus ZUnsky, w. yesterday sen
tenced by JuJe tdwards to pay a tine of
ti" and costs.
Attorney S. B. Price has been appointed
by the court master and examiner in the
case of Mrs. Th-rssa Gibbons againa". P.
F. Gibbons, guardian.
Thomas F. L'onneil. Joseph Antol, Mary
Cunningham, .Vi olph Bender, Michael
Ln-ftus ami Joseph Thordat yesterday re
ceived their dnal discharges in insolvency.
In the estate of John Wool.iey the return
of ra'eof A G. ii:more. administrator,
ihowmgthat a pro'iwrty on Washington
avenue had been sold to A. F. Daffy for
triOO, was confirmed nisi.
The repor of the distribution of the
fund arising from the estate of Patrick
decease', by Attorney C. ti. i-tard-
auditor, was cot. firmed llaail In
as' Conn yesterdav.
rney W. W, Lathrop was yesterday
tea by the roars master examiner
case of A. D. and F. M. Sjencer,
Ire coal operators, against the New
Susquehanna ami v en tern Kailroatl
page licenses wT granted by Clerk
lUrts l nomas ysf.prilay to artln
anil Agns Dwyer. of Dnnmore;
pannon and Kridzec .ally, rtcran-
kseph Powell ami Annie Mezog, o(
It yesterday iiirecteii ' iiarles E.
Fommittee of Lir A. F. Burr, to pay
hand to Airs, l.ibbie M. Burr, wife
iurr, and the further sum .if H0 on
: day of each montn until further
Arcbbaid made an order yester-
imitting Lawrence LoOgUia, of
Jale, to tne n kia- or Keraze at
tibia. Tnonali Loughlin is only 1.S
age he wa OMVMMd at the last
iur of Isrteny.
estate of Leah Powell a rule to
ippointmear, of appruisers in par
eedir.gs was 'liscnargen yester-
piiiiou of Ji.dgt Archbahl. The
ellmg the real Mtatt in question
Ifor March 10, return to be ma le
Ircb term of eovft
lition of Atnerizo Mumford, ad
I esterday is-
Mry ft. Chnrr h, ailrmnistratrii of
It ate of fl. E. Church, deceased, rll-
; her to file an acrount as ailminis-
It Is retornable Monday, March
It ordered that, Marion 'A'. Finn.
Ian ot LnlO A Capwell, bi given
sion to receive a proportionate
I of the principal sum of a c,..rrn.o
in lands located in Wyoming
the pr port of H. H. Capwoil.
iid, and thorennon to give a release
1 Capwell s claim to the ptoperty.
Wagner was yesterday in the
Ins UOnrt app.i.t- I K'iirlian of
John It. and Mary Foster, minor
in of Mary rotter, dectaisd. lie
Jrected to give a bond in the sum of
each, .btiirias .1. VV illtaTJM wa
Intid enard.ati nf Im minor cbhd ol
land Margaret. Morgan, deceased, and
tisl to givo bind in the sum of fHW.
A pltaunt siirp-iss party was ten
dered Miss Strati D ivies at her home
on Lafayette street last FriiUy evea -inr.
Those present were Misses
M .rtha Xichids, da Jam-s, Gertie
Lloyd, Gertie Boghoa, tlrtis Bsarer,
Bdlth llivis, Celia Lewis, Jennie
Hi-gs, l'erth Uorgao, Lint Ooomba,
Wionla Stevens, Emily Holly. Minnie
rbomaa, Alma Beddoo, Nettie Lewis.
Marrietta Dsvis, E nily Evans, tF'rtie
Frtantan, Lizzi-". Morgan, Jennie B- l
rtoe. D'Uft and Sadie Koapp, Cora
Keee, Viola Evans an I BantO lUvis;
and Archie Mears. Albert Darie,
rh mas Hopkins, William Thomas,
John K Hughes. Alfred llevan. George
1 Rsrnolda, David Moraly, rboinoi How-
ails B rnamiu Jenkins, William Jami-
sou, Edward Watkius, Eldrigh Doogh
ertv, Willism Hughes, William P,
Lewis. Harry Reese, David and Arthur
Evans, C'narles aud John CaJuygin.
Benjamin Allan, Hsrry Davis, David
GMbtM, George and Frauk N'iohols. aud
More Qhiekaa Stealing.
Thotnai MoAndrawi anl William
Lewis, of the Back Rad,wore arr-sted
yaaterday on a warrant la sod by
William" ti'iinn. who charge 1 them
with stealing five chickens (torn his
nen coop. At the trial th prosecutor
siid that Lswia and IfoAndrawi wer
found with two of the fowls in their
possession. Cue of the c iicksnj w is
found in tiw ban nary of Tnomss Mc-
i Donongh, who rest ls near tuers, and
; who thinks thrt it was placed there by
i the defendant. The defense claimed
that the hns were given to tbetu by
j some unknown person on the road
i Alderman T. T. Morgan held them ia
H')0 bail each to appsar at court, Bui
Rev. D. P JJnee Will Leavs.
Darin? the services in the Tabsrn
cle Congregational clmreh, on Sand iy
evening, the pastor, Rev. D. P. Jones,
announced that after a week's consid
eration of his resignation be had de
cided not to recall it, but would go to
Columbus, 0. A week ago the mem
oeri passed a resolution asking Mr
Jones to remain, and ha took a week
to consider tha matter. Mr. Jones will
preach his fareweli Sirmon nei; Sun
day. He will afterward go to Coin in
bus where he wil! take charge of bia
now pastorate. He has been a zealous
worker during nia stay In this city,
and has gained high recognition in
church circle. He will be tendered a
a farewell reception by the cborch.
Rhsarmli for an Eisteddfod
The Hyde Park Choral society, which
baa been organize I on this side for tbf
purpoee ef onapeting at Wilkes Barre
on St Patrick's Day, will meet tin
evening in the Welsh Bip'i't church
for rebaanal, William W F.ran, the
well known musical dlreccor. i the
leader. The competitive nlention Is
") Great a the Dpth, ' from a ori
totlo St f'anl An lofltatlofl It ex
tended to all singers to tie preterit at
the rehearsal this evening
Betlnff Hla Wif.
George Smith, of Ln.erne street, was
arrested yesterday by Co .stable John
Davis on a warrant, charging him with
brutally beating and thfll deserting hla
wife. The cage wa heard in the offlci
of T, T. Morgan, of the Fifteenth ward,
last evening, and Smith was held under
bail to appear at court.
Music Boxta Exclusively.
ede. Play any daalrra number of
all tsrll 1 to Sons., iriimnfacturers,
uit street, l'hilitdi Iplna. Won-
trial organs, only t and fl'l.
lOld motic boxes eariifiilly re-
Improved with new tunes.
vs lypewriters nnd Ivlison
Is for sain and rent,. Copying
led. l'hoiiograjilis ri-nted for
nter lain men t. Telephone
(juuster Jr., 4.10 Kpruoe
Books bv Expree.
Any person ordering ten or more book
h one time may have them seut by ex
Iress prepaid. .
New Bicycle. 4
A new bicycle worth tTA will be sold for
U, The, machine is guuranleed nnd is a
Ire bargain. Machine may be seen at the
8 nnd 88 Lackawanna avenue. Every
ay from fl a. m. to 10 a. m. Ronnd steak.
11c.; sirloin steak, 14c.; standing rib rosst,
Oc.; chuck rontt, 8c.; boiling meat, c.;
sh-ioi-k, J2tc.; pork sausage, 12)0.
In tareetlng Nw Ilotas
'1 he employe of the Oxford, fi 1 II n V tie
'l Dodge mine will receive their pay
The efficient services of Walter Di
vio, of Washburn etreet. have been
MOOred by the. Waahbiirri .Street Pre
D7 tartan church, a organit,
Louis Hancock, jr., of Eynon street,
is erionsly ill.
The tiineral of the infant child of
Mr and Mr. D. M Thoma. of South
Rebecca avenue, took place yeaWday
afternoon. Rev. D Jones, of the Welsh
Congregational church, conducted the
service. Interment wan made at the
Washburn H'reet cemetery.
Tba Lsdi"' Aid society of Hi Ply
mouth Cong regatloanl church will
(oi I it at th anniversary Imnnnetof the
Enterprise lodge, Loyal Kiight of
America, No. 21, at Clark's Hall, on
Monday, Feb III.
The bu nker boy of the Central and
Sloan mines were given a freesleigl
ride to Glyphant yesterday by the
Delaware. Lackawatina and Weett'in
Harry Murphy, of Wilkes-Barre, ia
the guest of Frank Dawson, of Meri
Mr. William York, of Jackson
slreet, is ill,
Mi Ella Williams, of Avotnlalo, Is
the gnett of friends on this side.
Jamai Hartley, of West Pitttton, wa
Mrs. Ann E Stenre and Miss Sarah
Bates, of Cooperstown, N, Y., are
spending a tew weeks with their ne
phew, Willis A. Bates, of Sontb Main
Mrs. Evan P. Daniel, of this aide, i
viBitiiiT friends in Shamokin.
Carr's h rae made mine meat is now
being sold by several dealer here.
AUTOMATIC TYPE SETTING
Wonderful Revolution Wrought by In
vantors in Two Year.
1 Itaianrw OoiaiapoMlaai
It was the rivalry In rving up the
very latest new that, about the middle
of the preaant century, brought into
existence th device by which pap.-r,
drawn from continuous roll, waa
tatomatloallr severed into uuitable
sheet piutud on both side from cylin
drical terentpye and delivered in
proparly folded condition at the other
end of a single ill aohiiie. It is only in
till present decade that the work of
'ooinpoaltlon" or setting ol the typo
matter itaalf hatbeea brought up to
she aama high grade of speed and ne -curaoy
t v tiie lately perfected art of
aotomatio typo settlag
The lypa-oompoaltora' maobloai now
before the public tall mainly under
tWO general heads or groups, namely,
those which operate npon suitably con
itrnctad movable types and those in
which tha "matter fi cast da novo.
line bv line, at each composition 111
mold beds composed of assembled
matrioea. Both clasa of maohineH
are operated by dapraailng "key" like
those of a type writer and hot h (anally
disistise wholly with the neoessily of
direct manipulation, either tor oompo
attton or for distribution, ntul thii
avoid a serious source of error. Tills
radical and important change is se
cured by htgbl ingenious devices,
bearing some resemblance to th Wards
in a lock, by wliirdi th' types In one
class slid and the matrices in the other
class are aiilomstieally returned to
their receptacles in readiness for the
next "job." Even the seemingly difll
cult work of so called "justification"
is automatic, for the spacing qnadl,
having been brongbt into position by
depressing their appropriate keys, are
so constructed as to be capable of such
simultaneous dlttenitOO to cause the
nutter to completely and tqaally fill
So much is the operation like that of
type writing thai an expert type writer
very soon becomes a goo I and rapid
comDoattor.tha operator having merely
to depr as the proper keys, and for the
rest, the machine itself d iea the think
Ingandaeti the oharaotere with tin
erring precision The typ.-.suttiug
macbiM would seem to bl crowning
work of the long aii.l eventful brain of
Improvement! in the ancient art of
PERSONAL NOTES OF 1867.
Haw the Dolmte of 9,'iaatoniane Wdre
Chronli Is I bv L ctl Wi tters.
The BOBANTOM TbIBDNI has received
a copy of tne Dally Register of Jov. 5,
1807. As will be' remembered by the
oUL-r residents of the eity the Register
was a Democratic paper, and for that
early dav was ipiits a creditable jour -
nal, viewed from the standpoint of a
newspaper writer of today
That Serautotiians lu 1 s7 liked to
have local tiows written iu a bret-zv
style is evidenced by the following per
onals from the pen of "Peep 0' Day."
They will doubtless be read with great
interest bv old residents of the city:
A. A. Chase, esq,, positively denies any
relationship with the chief justice.
Dr. W heeler at last accounts had gone
Lawyer Ward has nuit horse trading and
sim nered dowu.
Herbert is goiug to sing in public one of
W'hittnors the elder has renewed his age
aud begins to look ipaito youthful.
WeatOOtt is about to electrify the four
sipiare walls of the mayor's oitlco with his
It is said that McKune is seriously en
tertaining a proposition to insure the home
that Jack built.
Lawyer Wititon is daily charming Dr.
Masser with his fine reuditious of Shakes
peare. Dr. Squire is getting to very radical. He
now reujinmends the use of porter aud
don't think that pork la at all hurtful.
Jim Slocurn and his frionds are about to
start a savings bink at the head ot Salt
river, where green backs are said to be
pleuty and copper heads scarce.
The editors of the Republican have
made arrangements for laying a p.ieutua
tic railway to all parts of the earth for the
purpose of relieving the telegraph of th-ir
Captain K-ibinson, the gymnast, is ar
dently engaged upon the very difti ultnnd
dangerous feat of lifting himself up by the
seat of his unmentionables.
Sir Henjamin Finch has under considera
tion a proposition of matrimony from
The perllont end dangerous contract for
lowering harley Brook s coat tail has been
awarded to Mansfield.
"The Datller,'1 which will be seen at
the Academy tonight, i a full of fun
and frolic, mirth aad music, a an egg
i full of meat. It i the greatest
remedy know for the "blues " All of
the old favorites, Joe Gtt, Max Miller,
the Original (.'tipper . larUtto. John
P. Cnrrao, Jessa Hatcher, and Annie
Wilmttth Cnrrao are retained, while
Annie Lewis, than whom no morn
charming nrtilt grace the farce com
eily attgi), will be seen as Kitty Star
light. AN Alt AlllAN HIOHT,
At the Academy of Mtnin Thursday
evening "An Arabian Night" will be
pTod 0 0d hy Belle Archer's company
of America's representative ooiuedians,
looided hy the beautiful artresi, Mis
Belle Archer, nnd including Nuoh
namsH Robert. Hickman. (!narls But
ler, Frnnklyn Roberts, Charles Lyonnl,
Mis Fannie Denlmm Rouse, Fl Doe
Marlon and Lonisn Galloway. This
company insures a first class perfntin
anO( of thi wondatfully suecusatul
TIIK UKKQ iiknkhation.
William B'irry, formerly the nnior
of the partnership of Barry A Fay, will
preaetit Ills new play of Irith American
life, "The Riling Generation," at the
Academy on Friday and Hstnrday even
ing "Th" Hieing Generation" i
to be a capital play of It class, BVOOO I
ng 111 mirthful lOOldlOtt, brigul dia
logon and llvly, c.stoliy muic.
NOTES OF SOUTH IE
a Day That Will Interest
A SUCCESSFUL MASQUERADE
Given by the Scranton Athletic Club.
Many loautlful CostuniL'S Worn.
Surprises Were Numerous at the
Untn.iskliiK Robinson's Ice House
Burned The Work of an Incendi
Book 1 Book I Book 1
During the coming week wo shall offer
to the subscribers of TBI Tkihunk raro
barguius in books.
W e have a birge line of bright and pop
ulnr volumes, elegantly bound, that we
intend to give to the patrons of the paper
at about one-fourth of the usual price.
I'he following list will give you an idea
of I he WdUCeUIOntl and the unusual op
portunities to secure valuable additions to
lO'UUlul' 1 ' 1 till l - H
ADONIS CUSS SOCIAL
A Numlur of Vihiuk PMBtl Enlrtlned
In nn Knjoyuhle Mannar.
At Bioalalof ball lait night Ihomonv
burs of (lie Adottll Dancing clas gave
a very enjoyable soi ial which was at
tended by about forty couple. Mi
Katie Reardon furnished themutio and
the dancing was In charge of I'rofeiaor
Edward 0' Mat ley,
The following enmmitts looked
nftnr th enjoyment of all present: Re
ception committee, Joseph Ilaiinou,
Bdward Ooleman, John J, Gordou ami
John J Dmnelly. floor OOBtmUte),
Charles O'M.lley. M utln ( I'Miillny, F.d
ward Black, Ignttl Imeldolpf and
The Women's Obrlitiam Temperance
union of Providence will meet today at
2 110 o'clock p in, All mimbera are re
quested to be present.
Mr. Wills Benjsmln, of North Main
avenue, i retting quietly thi morning
and appear om better. There is
now some hope of her recovery
Aak your grocer nud butcher for
Carr's home made mince meat.
The Scranton Alhletin club main
'sined it reputation last evening as an
entertainer of the first quality. The
masquerade ball given under its aus
pices was one of the most successful lu
tm history of the organization The
attendance was s unn smaller than (t
has been at similar preyioiiH events,
but what was lucking in uiluihera was
mad up in fellowship, aud 110 one of $
the many that attend ml could complain
ol loneliness. The spirit of good nature
pervaded ail who attended. Every
thing was conducted mist dlOOroUlly,
notwithstanding the faot that every
body 011 joyed themselves to tutor her
The anmaiking took place shortly
after II o'clock and there were many
sin prises The disguise were in muat
instances perfeot and congratulation1
were numerous. For Hie bullet Mr.
Robert Robinson and Mrs T II Spruk
wei the must conspicuous by I heir
beauty and the novelty of their attltes.
Mrs, Robinson's represented a Scotch
lattle, while Mis Spruk' was a bride
for a second time in her life,
ilther pretty maskers were Mm.
Dan Gelbert, Mrs. Max ZIllemaD
and .Mils Lulu Sunday. John F
Bcheni as Santa Clans was good, an I E
J. Robinson and C J. Roaar as c our
liera of soma European court made ef
leetive hits. F.Very form of life was
represented an I the event will long lie
remembered by the participants
Hayes orchestra furnished music,
and beautiful souvenir programmes
were given to the ladies. The gu.itle
men 111 eh irge wore: Master of cere
montei, Bmil Bonn; committee oi at
rangamenta, Onnrlca Roaar, George
Wirth, Cbarlei Dlosing, 1'eter Marker,
William Fox, Peter NenU, Win Smith,
Albert Westplahl. KllUiind Robinson,
reception committee, B F. Moore, 8 s
Spruks, Ouarlee Weetpfahl, P. J. Hie
key, Jacob Mautz, Rib Robinson,
Charles Neuls, Simon Liuer, Eugene
Scbimpff, George C Qriawold; floor
committee, Philip Brer, C iarles Lang-
mau, Henry Kohrick, William Jntis-
en ; prompter, Wiliium 11 Walter.
An Ice Houii Burned.
Robinson's ice house, situated on the
Mead -iw brook at Irving avenue, was
destroyed by fire yesterday morning
The fire wnt of incendiary origin and
the destruction of the building was
complete. It was insured iu theiutn of
The ice house was not stocked this
year, for the first time in its history
tor several season past the lea hai
been secured merely because the house
and the pond were there to be used for
that purpose. It hai for several lea
sons been a rendezvous for tramps and
the fire yesterday is supposed to have
been caused by them.
The rvgular meeting of th South
Side board of trade will be held this
The Keystone Social club vill hold
its annual masquerade this evening
The visitiug KriogOf verein from
Wilkes Birre will be met at the Ceii
tral Railroad of New Jersey station this
evening oy their South Side brethruu
OFFICERS PUBLICLY INSTALLED.
A Very Pleasant, Social Tim Indulged
Conclave 109, of Gren Ridge, Im
proved Or, In of Heptaaophs, held
meeting at M tannic hall, Dickson ave
mie, last evening and publicly installed
officers as follow for the ensuing year
there was a InrL'e utteudence of mem
bers also a number of visitors:
Past arohon, M. E Sanders; arclion
) E Neeld; provost, H D liaise
prelate. W. H Fouo I ; secretary, M M
Bennett; treasnrer, U. G Stevens
financier, J, W, (rpeuter. inspector
J. O Keese, warder, G-orge Gltieon
sentinel, J S. Wolfe; trustees, George
Sanderson, S P Hull, T. J. Keily.
The xrclte wre conducted by
District Deputy J. S. Miller, assisted
by Suprome Arclion F. L. Brown
After the installation the members and
visiting brother repaired to Frank
I Smith '1 on Green Ridge atreet, where
a line collnlioti wa terved, apeeches
made and cigsrs indulged In.
t H I ACTION WAS ILLEGAL.
Pol Oidinanet Has an Irregular Intro
The pole tsx ordinance will endeavor
to run the gauntlet in common council
a second lime, having been introduced
at last nighl's meet tug.
W II McDonnell, of the Second
ward, entered a formal protest against
Us coiiHiilerstlon lln held that lest
night's meeting was but an adjourn
mint of the apvciil mecling called to
consul".- the grading of Itebecca ave
line nud that nothing else could hi
legally considered Ciqitnin Mnir at
mired the members of contieil thai In
the event of a b gal contest their work
would be nullified, but council acted
on the ordinance uevrthele.
THE 0RDIN tNCf CAME HACK
The Brownie O d ataoi l.,vi mu a Tax
on Patee Is Raturnad,
At tha meeting ol oommon council
Clem Million iu fui med I be b.j ly that
OB Friday between U and II o'clock
m lie received a package through the
mail and he judged without, opening it
that It wa tne pole tax or linauca that
had been taken from his office.
Ch airman Moir luoke the anal of th
envelope and line enough there was
the die'iims tit tint had lnin Introduced
and inferred to t lie license eummittee
on Nov. 'A IN8, It migat as well not
have been sent back fur a new ordlu
anoe had been pruseuted for conaldora-
I'lle World's Pair (New) t2.60
1'n Im ml 1 1 is 1 hi y of the! limit
Civil War .100
I'llgrnns' Progress illlusi'ud) 'J M
Knrtli, Sea nnd Sky I! 75
Ifarveloui Vvonderi 'J.75
Life and Works of Spurifi on I. Hi
Pictorial ItisiMry of tu Bible 8,75
Museum of Wonders 2.75
PlOm Pole 10 Pole 0.75
Pirtorial History of the Uui.
ted States 1,00
Boience of Life 8.75
Life of Barnnn 1.50
I111I11111 Horrors IM
I aephus 00
Bbepp'e Pbotograpbi 11 hi
1 'oiiiiubiis. Uui fsTavlaator. . .
Hear I'oliiinu iStauley'a
Webster I fictional y Bl one
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Do You Want Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Do You Want Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Do You Want Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Do You Want Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Do You Want Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Do You Want Cloth is for Almost Nothing?
PRICES on brani new Suits and Over
coals ill our windows will convince
you that we are about giving them away.
ui pi 1
1 1,1 iii. 11 of im, i.r then
Hnbeoriben of 1 HK Tltlli-
II NK iniiy purobaM any
book in tin, ;
FOR One Week, commenc-
I 1 I ' O J I ' A I sV jf f A bUl UUI J
we will have a CHINA
CUP AND 3AUCSR Sale,
when we will sell Cups and
Saucers for less than '
Their value. Remember
this sale will be for one
week ONLY, as wa posi
tively will not sell a cup at
the sale prica after next
CHINA ! HALL
WEICHEL & MiLLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
Martin &. Delany
Coal Exchange, Wyoming Avenue.
THE COLUMBUS MUSIC HOUSE
Is the most pojjular musical establishment in Northeastern Penn
cylvania. Tin.- highest grade of Pianos and Organs. Tin
lowest prices obtainable anywhere and the most liberal
terms ever offered to purchasers arc some of the
leading inducements. Look at the list
Vose & Sons' Pianos,
Mi' hi in Pianos,
Popular Pease Pianos.
J HE WORLD RENOWNED
E stey Organs.
Story & Clark Or yam.
Chicago Collage Organs.
Aud all kinds of Musical bUr:hiuiln
constantly on hand.
J he Holiday are here, and this i the place to buy Pianos for a Christina
rreeent Prioeajira lower than any other music ttore in Scranton. Special
Attention -Remain bat alwajra when VOU Mart out to eearcb for a Piano or Or
Ku that (,'Lriitojiher Columbui point with lis right ban i to the exact plac
you want to go. Now here It it:
205 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
erioii rxr f f "
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Do You Need
Do You Need
now is the time to
store is the place
to get it.
to sell every one
store this winter.
Bern imp wp nre
which we have in our
Price is no object, profits have now disap
peared, and you can buy one very cheap.
assort inotit of
THCY FILL THE BILL.
wanava to most conplat
lia' fnrntihing Qoom that
iu m ryi, cir 10 inn inHii' fSiiin,. ,it ,uir nt-w
sliaih's mid ili-slmis .,. Tils arr rtpMUUl at
traotlv. Th ir Hlllng t Baara wnMi
(fivoyoii mi I's.aisi' lur Iksiiu witliout all xoits
ot ng ami itylta,
I In 1.
Marvel of Dental Bcience
A reeeai discovery
Hen wood . .&
DEN I (8T8,
316 Lackawanna Avo
iir th us- or thli ramarkabli dtaooveri
tth am aotuall; remorad without pain in
to nnat agtrevatad oea Looal in its sp
plICBtloil, VWlahli' in lt i'inHistiun ninl
atMolntalv harrnl! nud nffiolanl In mi-ri
ss,i AN.Ksl'HI NK ha. th unquallfld I'll
doraamoal ul tbmal reputebl phyatolan.
a Well a Utoniandi who bav bnrcllvM
io ts woarfiil por
ins Hnnwoodaad Mardell are tha inlu'
Iva ownari of tail Invatu inla dtnoover and
arcaalaglj In thtir praotlo with hratofor
aahf ird of raiulti
Ml Hi" liinhsr ursdi's of tins-lniiioiil ami an
THE CLOTHIERS FOR THE PEOPLE,
P. S. Look for our name before the door
tcrin. Make no mistake.
Special for This Com
Man's Cork Sole LOI Shoes,
hand aWedwelt,t)S trade, to
Ladlee' Dongola, Kii Button,
Patented Tip, (ioodyar
welt, Common nu last, all
Jl.oi1 (trade, to be
Ladies' I'm Kid BttttOB.COrk
ol. haml tnrn, Common
Sense laf, only a few pairs
of thrin 8 trade, to be ..
Ladiea' Dull Dongola Button
(lollble Holes, Comm ) 1 Sense
only. $1 grade cltajfd ic at
Misses' BtralRhl Goal Button,
iprinp heal, ill m 11 to 8 djl mi
O 1 t . '
A Rich CLOTH
JACK E T, Full
and inn. Cost to
make, iJiti. Now
We will give j on
tin- choice of 40
Jackets, all this
Benson's m a k e,
Noi one in the
lot iliat cost loss
than $12 to $20.
and WRAPS, It
will paj you to
sco i ins offering
grade will oii at .
Hoy' School Shoes,
lace, sizs 11 to t
i attnn and
, $1 IB will
i ,i . i ... . t'HOWM
Plains niadl Nlln
IMi HHIIinK Wit IK
Mfnlli trou nit liiisis ..t
PRESENTED WITH ROLL TOP DESK.
H. Bchubart, of th PruiUntlal Com
pany, Rtraambsrad by Aaalatant.
II. Huhulwrt, iiprintendnt of th
Prudential ltttiranoi rompaay, wa
prontml with a liaiidsom roll top
tlnilc on hii fourth aiiiiivers.it y ai iu
The irHitaiioti paech wa mad on
bahalf of th Rtaff hy J. Grady, assist
ant. inperiiiteiitUiit, of l'ittitoii. Mr.
Bcbubert felintrly ruHpnudt and
nlatiid that h wa (irotid of hin( th
leader of tlio ltitl!lKnt and aKRrvi
iv atalT of agents aud asaiatanti In
the Hcrantou iliitrict.
Orovo' photo, 435 rjpruce street.
FLOREY & j
HOLT SPRUCE ST. i
Arcade Shot Stow.
W VOMtNG i.
ft need room for new
mrr m a, nmwfwmj
G. W. OWENS
Tailor . Cloak Mako-s
l iSJ HPWtlOK ST .
H K3 cot 1VT Mill ss
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
The Sperlnllst. on tho Kyo. Headiflhoa nnd
Nervousness relieved. Latest and Improved
Stylo of Eyo masses nnd Spectacles at the
Lowest Plftoea UNt Artlllclal Eyas inserted
305 SPRUCE ST., op. Poat Offic.
h:t 11I1W OUT.
I "THIP AROUND THE WORLD"
Portfolio of Photographs j
svntl or bring in 2 Coupons
of different dates, together
with ,i trots, :nnl receive this
Album of rare Photographs.
Cor. Ponn Ave. niul Spruce St.
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