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THE SCH ANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 7. 1894.
STELLE &SEELEY NEWS FROM WEST SIDE
MR. J. L. STELLE will continue
the business under tb firm nauie of
btelle 5c Seeley.
THE F.VF.K POPULAR
WEBER and SHAW PIANOS
l. 0 HEAT VARIETY. ALSO
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Popular, reliable mid witliiu your reach.
BALLET & DAVIS
titve Uken over 100 first premiums hi
tbe past tlfcy years.
Otter' moke of Plan'". Four makes rf
Organs In beautiful now designs. Sea our
stock bctore buying. We bare the Rood,
tor prices are 1 itflic Everything " the
STELLE k SEILEY
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i Day Tint Will Merest Hyde
EEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE GENUINE POPUlftR
HAVE THE INITIALS
Impri'Mf't on E.ich Cigar,
Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
DR. H. B. WARE
BPECl vi. ts r.
EYE. EAR. NOaE AND THBOAX
IT WAS SIXTH ANNIVERSARY
Young People's Society of the Wasli
burn Street Presbyterian Church
Celebrate the Occasion Reception
at the Home of Rev. M. H. Mill En
tertainment by Juvenile Class of
Baptist Sunday School-Other News
of the Day.
The Wst Side oltina of the Sorint.i
nuauira Islooatedat i.m Bontn atiaia ve-
Mm", wusre subscription, ativeriueuienm
and communications will receive prompt
well able to
miide a motion
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mm HOURS :
35 WYOMING AVE.
H. W, K.'sslr, of Bradford, is the trnest
of Superintendent o( School! G. W. fbil
lipe. Mrs. D. V. Powell and daughter, of
North Puuiner avenue, (pent yesterday a:
Deputy f'rot houotary Myron Krssoii.
speut yesterday at "the Susquehanna
county oil fields.
P. H. Poole, of South Hyde Park ave
nue, h is returned from a visit ut Larka
vilie, Luzerne county.
William Hagen. of North Sumner ave
nue left I ait evening for New York city
to be absent a tew clays.
.Mia. Frances Cartwright, of Oerman
town, is visiting ut the home of Dr. P. F.
fclriifpler, on Soutu Main avenue.
Miss AgSSS Dwver and Martin Mullen
were married at St. Mary's church, Dan
inor. yeeterdry afternoon by Kev. Father
Thomas D. Jones and Morgan B. Beet a,
Well known readouts of the West Side,
left lat ewning for a visit to their native
Rev. W. S. Jones, pastor of the First
VVi-!i Baptist ehurcb of the West Side, at
tended the installation of the Rev. John
Evans, of Ohio, at the Welsh Baptist
church at Olypuant la.t evening.
Kev, Warren i. Partridge, of the Penn
Avenue I'aptist church, received a call
from tbe First Baptist church of Syracuse.
He baa decided not to accept, and will re
main in Scranton, where be baa done such
LIST OF UNCALLEO FOR LETTERS.
Can Be Obtained by Calling at the Poet-
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at tlie Scranton postnfHc, Lacka
wanna county, Feb. 7. 1194. Persons
calling for these letters will please say
dvrtispd and cjive data of list:
jtanUck & 'o.. W. (.'. Hellermann, O.
Bennett, a. L. Jaokson, Mrs -bhn
Bloomer, UlM DorothyJarveo. i.harles H. i
Beeveaa, Edward Knoii, H M.
Bryant J B. End tic. Thomas
Si lnk.s. R. Eeister, Mrs. Wiibelm
:J.-aly, Miss Aicm-s l.i!,j:i:i. A. J.
Corby, 8. T. Latham, H. A.
.,ti.o!id.itl He'.-( . M ns. frank
The sixth anniversary of tba Young
People's Society of Christian Endeavor
of the Walbbnm Street Presbyterian
church was celebrated last evening
Tbe auditorium wai w.dl filled The
meeting was opened with a emig ser
rieo by O. A Stone, a id a reading ol
scripture was given by tbe ptltor, Rev.
D.W. Bkeltenger, A prayer wis given
by the Sunday school superintendent,
Professor li, V. Phillips. Mies Liisiw
(I. Wade, an active member of the ci-
ty, read the lmtorv of tbe Christian
Endeavor society and its marked and
successful career during the iiistsix
vrtire of its existence. She alio referred
to those who had done good work iu
orgauisiug it. An address on "The
Work of a Christian Endeavor Society"
was given by Kev. Thorutou A. Mills,
Pb. l.. of Wllkes-Barre, a brother of
ii. Fay Mills, who did evangelistic
work inltbis citv, some time ago Mr.
Mills is au eK qtieut speaker and com
manded the rapt attention of bis hear
er during bit remarks. Special siug
ing was also reudered.
Rfcptinn to Members.
The home of Kev. M. 11. Mill, on
South Main aveuue, rector of St. David's
Episcopal obnroh, was the scene of a
brilliant reception last evening. Tho
large airy rooms were scented with
flowers and beauty reigned supreme.
Tbe oeoation was a reception to the
members of tbe church (aud the rooms
were filled with gneets An enjoyable
time was had for a few hours in a so
cial way, after which a most excellent
supper was served. After the affair
WM csncluded tbe membsrs proposed a
collection for the liquidation of the
church debt, aud a large aiuouut was
taken up. The evening spent was one
of pleasure and enjoyment'
Brief Nswu Itms.
The Baptist Juvenile Sunday School
class held a very interesting meeting
at the hall ou (lufitll aveuue last
evening. Ivan Harris read a papr on
"How D.i We Get Our Lime. " and Miss
Martha Hughes gave a talk on the
The Young People's Bible class of
First Welsh Baptist church will meet
Miss Belle Knowlton, or North Sum
ner avenue, who was injured a few
d iys ago, is recovering.
Tbe inhabitants of Lifayette street
between Garfield and Filmore avenues,
are feeling very much exercised over
the erection of a building iu that
ueighborbood which it is claimed will
be used for snloon purposes.
Professor George Howell will de
liver an address to the Hyde Park
Literary and Debating society on Mon
day evening n-xt iu their rooms on
South Main aveuue. Ihe snbjcct will
be, ' Should Young Men Go to Col
The r nth ward McKmley cluowtii
hold a meetiag this evening in its
rooms iu Freucu Roof hall. The bridge
question will be the principal topic of
discussion. A number of the council
men will be in attendance.
The Ladies' Aid society of the First
Welsh Baptist church will give a tea
in the church parlors this afternoon
from 2 until 7 o'clock.
Ask your grocer and butcher for
Carre home made minoe uitjat.
HE IS ALL THINGS TO ALL MEN.
be tabled indefinitely
Mr. Tavlor askedhy tho sewer which
wes well uuder way in the said sewer
district had not beu finished, His ar
guments were tacked up by Mr. Burke,
liurgess Dnggan having the tl ior next
explained why the sewer had not been
constructed. He said that after the
sewer was built there was no law that
Would oompell citizna to pay for It
aud if the council could tiud a contrac
tor or any company who wonldoon
Itmot a sewer and rnn tbe risk of ool
leetittg the amount contracted they
should be allowed to do the work.
If the borough built the sewer there
ivus no way in which it could
rnceive payment for tbe same Presi
dent I'ayton relinquished the chair to
Mr Burke and ably prolected the com
inittoe for not having the sewer matter
pushed forward. He said they bad
only followel the advice of morn en
lightened persons who understood the
law regarding tbe matter. The mo
lion to taide the ordinance Indefinitely
was carried and the sewer question is
no further advanced than it was a year
THE ORDINANCE IS DEFECTIVE.
NOTES OF SOUTH SIDE
Happenings ol a Day That Will Interest
FAVORS PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS
South Side Board ot Trado Favors
Bridp.es and Parks Effort to Be
Made to Induco Honcsdale Iron
Company to Locate Here- New Silk
Company Under Firm Name ot Re
nard & Son Shorter Paragraphs.
EaapbelL Tlu m is
'.'onrnv. K. W.
0 up, .T.ihn
barter. Mi-is Mary
Curtis, a M.
Mi b-r. Mis Uasie
M.'Uuir , John
McQnade, Mis E.
Oliver! Edward B.
BUey, Miss Mary
Btephan, Mrs M. A.
Igerly, Mrs. KargaretHwfnele, P, k.
rlaher, Miss amhi
jjross, .1 W.
Hull. Mrs. E. J.
Hi iiiiann. I'eiur S.
Hiii. 0. 0, 3
;lauhar, M:-s May
Harkin, Miss Blla
Bamliii. MiasH N
3arns. OeorgS H.
oin i-s. Miss lie. i iiti
stagamsn, I - w,
Taylor, wUbaa P.
Wilson. H.KiruH B.
Williams. Miss Hattie
W"t.nnrliv. I. C
',uni, Mrs Sarah
Zelltter, Mrs. I'ornulia
MRS. ERBACH WAS FOND OF CIGARS
Her Younu Men Frnds She Called Her
Another haring took place before
fudge Arebbald in Obambri yesterday
!n the divorce case of Valentine Er-
tiaeb. of the West Side, against his
trite, Mary Elizabeth Erbach, now a
resid-nt of New Jersey.
William Mali on was sworn and said
iliat he worked along with John Mover,
Vith whom Mrs. Ei bich is alleged to
oavn been unduly intimate. d ie day
Mr. Erbach called on Mr. Moyer and
isked him if he bad been up to see Mth.
lately Mr. Moyer laid that ho bad not
ind Mr Erbach tol I him that he had
teller keen a way from his house in fu
ture, as he whs amply ablo to take care
if bis wife, Mr. Manon saiil that he
lulled on the BrbgOhl at their homo
ind Mrs Erbach showed him the pic
tures of a nnmber of young men who,
Ihe had told him, were "her best fel
.nws " Mrs. EvalBrown Raid she ws.s
it Mrs. Erbacb's bouse one day when a
foung man called. Ho offered both
figare, but witness declined the offer.
His. Ertiach accepted the weed and
laid she had been anxious to obtain a
ligar for several days.
Ilualo Boxea Exclusively.
Ilest made. Play any desired number of
tunes. Qantaobl & Sous., manufacturers,
U0 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Won
lerful orchestrial organs, only S and $10.
Specialty: Old music boxes carefully re
paired aud improved with flew tunes.
A now bicycle worth 7a will he sold for
(.'!.'.. The machine i . guaranteed and is a
rare bargain. Machine may be seen at tho
Reinhart ' Market,
B and SS Lackawanna avenue. Every
lay from t) a. lit. to 10 a. m. Hound steak,
la; sirloin Htena, 14c.; standing rib roast,
ihe. ; chuck roast, Sc.: boiling meat, 4c.:
Iresh pork,' 12)0. ; pork sausage,
What a Salesman M let Do to Mast With
Salesman are usually men of re
sources Tney meet all sorts and condi
tions of p'ople, and must bo able to
meet them as they should be met.
This requires a versatility which is
commonly suppoaed to exist only on
But a successful salesman is a good
actor. He can adapt himself to any
obaraater. He can be at ease in any
place. He can assume any position,
and that without a rehearsal, for there
is no time to ''make up" for tho part h
is to play, no opportunity to con his
lines. Everything is done on the spur
of the moment.
For instance, he has just left a jovial,
hearty, hnil-fellow well-met, who is
cordial and friendly even to his re
fusal, and he next opens to the Oppo
site, The laugh, the joke, the happy
go lucky familiarity must be cant
aside and tho actor must at oncn as
sume a new part. This is where the
the artistic silesman shows bis fine
work. And that is the reason why
first class salesmen are not picked up
like goods on a bargain counter. Of
conrse, a salesman who is handling or
introducing something that is so good
and worthy that it requires little be
yond its own intrinsic merit to please
is not obliged to use the arts which are
sailed into being when the'"aoine
tbing" needs exterior influence. That
is one rason why the solicitor for Till:
Tuiut'NK edition of Britannic have but
little more to do than to answer in
The Encyclopedia Brltannica, which
TBI TtUBUNI is offering for 10 cents a
day, has so great a merit in itself, has
such an established and world-wide
reputation, anil can bo obtained on
such unbeaid-of terms that it needs
no salesman's art. It speaks for itself.
Tnr. 'i id iu i Encyclopedia office is
open Tuesday, Thursday aud Saturday
evenings. Courteous attendants will
aiiBWer all inquiries. Hundreds of
sets of this edition have been sent to
subscribers of TUB Trihune who hast
eued to accept tho 10 cents a day offer,
and many s"ls mo coining to fill orders
Think of it ; twenty live volmnps, the
complete Encyclopedia Brilaunica,
brought up to date for 111 cents a day
ler volume. This offer must soon
be withdrawn. Do not miss your op
The principal question brought be
fore Monday night's meeting of coun
cil was whether tho Dnnmoro Sanitary
Improvement company;; would be al
lowed to construct u sewer in the
Sixth ward. An ordinance to that af
fect was read giving the district to be
sewered. McIIugh and Walsh imme
diately took the dorensive. The formr
said the citizens of Dunmore were
Pole Tax Ordinance Contains No Pen
alty Clause Will Have to Be
Amended In Several Particulars.
The ordinance introduced In common
council Monday night for taxing poles
is defective and the projectors will on
deavor to amend it at tomorrow night's
The ordinance at present under con
sideration is the 50 cent ordinance that
was indefinitely postponed two weeks
ago. The introducers on Monday eve
ning simply crossed out the word
"fifty," writing above it "one dollar."
and forgot to cross out the word
This ordinance in its present form
would be inoperative for the reason
that it laokl a penalty clause. If there
is a quorum tomorrow evening an of
fort will be nude to put iuthe penalty
clause iu the Browning ordinance.
Two serious questions arise to im
peril the preseut ordinance, iu too
lirtt place the ordinanot is the same
one that was indefinitely postponed on
II previous occasion, and it was intro
duced at a meeting that, according to
the rules of council, was called for the
transaction of speeial busiuess.
Belle Archer will be seen at the
Academy tomorrow evening in the
laughable oomedy, "An Arabian
Night,1' which had a long aud success
ful New York rnu. Miss Archer, who
will euact the title role is well
known iu Scranton. She last appeared
here as Maid Marian iu Lord Tenny-
loni 'the roresters, an i mate an
excellent impression. She is an un
usually clever aeiress, one who pos
sesses ability us well as beauty. A
capable compiny will support MIsb
Till: ltlSI.su QBHBRATIOK.
William E. Barry, late of Barry A
Fay. will be seen in "Tbe Rising Gen
eration" at the Academy Friday and
Saturday evenings. In "The Rising
Generation" Mr. Birry shows the
struggles of au Irish laborer to win
fortune and political preferment. He
is opposed by the Van TyKos of the
Four Hundred, and, as iu real Ufe.sur
monnts all obrtacles and becomes a
state senator. There is plenty of good
fun and well drawn characters iu the
three acts Miss Lydis Barry, .the
tslentei daughter of the star, enacts
one of the principal characters, rfnd in
troduces singing an 1 dancing. Annie
r l r I f .-J T L.
raaca Dentin, who lupportou joiepu
Jefferson In his brief tour with "Hip
Van Winkle," will play Johanna Mc
Sbayue. Singing will be a special fea
ture and the members of Mr. Barry's
company will render a number of pop
ALEXANDER CA RLPLACER.
Local Railroad Olen Pleased with Suc
cess of Test, .
The Alexander car renlacer is now
covered by patent, tho psprs from
Washington having been received by
Mr. Alexander aud G P. Rogers, of
this city, a few days ago. List week
the new invention was given tests iu
the Jersey Central yard at Wilkes
Barre, the Delaware, Lackawanna nnd
Western yard at Scranton, and the
Delaware an 1 Hudson yard at May
field, tbe one in Scranton being wit
nessed by General Manager Hallstead,
Colonel H. M. Boies, Superintendent
Ilogert and other practical railroad
men who were delighted with tho suc
cess of the leplacr.
It was put to tbe most sovere test
but was victor in all of them, working
Mike a charm.'' 8 J pleased were the
witnesses that they volunteered to
take Htock in tbe company to man uf ac
tum the roplacer. and a corporation
will bo formed this week with 100,000
in all probability the replacer will bo
manufactured in this city, anil if it is
what it seems to ihe belt in the mar
ket the industry will soon be of the
most important in this section. Car
The South Side board of trade held a
spirited meeting last evening and voted
tn stand by puldis improvements and
to work for their success. Tue attend -anc
Preaident Scheuer being ill Vice
President Slorr presided. iid in the
absence of the secretary It. J o'Toole
performed that gentleman's duties
Mr. O'Toole made a very ofiioieut sec -retnry
and it is understood that he will
tnoeoed to the position at the next elec
tion of officers.
John J. Coyne, of Minonka. was pro
p. sed for membership ami Mr Judge
was elected. Mr. Moore, of tbe mauii
facturers' committee, read a letter
from W. W. Wood, president of tbe
Hone, dale iron company. Tbe com
pany is engaged iu tne manufacture of
elevators and electrical supplies, and
there is a probability that the firm can
bu induced to change its location from
the Maple to the Electric City. In the
event of such removal an increase iu
tho capital stock amounting to (5,000
would be required, aud the matter was
referred to the manufacturers' commit
ter. Reference was made to the new
Eleventh ward sewer, the description
f which has appeared in these col
minis It was decided that it would
be wisdom on the part of all concerned
to have the sewer extended to Pros
pect avenue. I lie question was re
ferred to a special committee consist
ing of S S. Spruks, Christian Storr
and George SobOUOr, These gentle
men will consult with ihe city engi
neer to ascertain if the project be feas
ible. Thero was very little opposition
manifested when the improvement
question was broached. Michael Mil
ler, representing Cedar aveuue prop
erty holders, could not favor the
proposition, but his was tbe only voice
raised iu protest. He moved to en
dorse the purchase of Nay Aug falls
for park purposes nnd the motion pre
vailed. The question of widening
Mattes street was referred to, and Se
lect Councilman Westpfahl assurrsd
the members that tho work would be
proceeded with as soon as the weather
To Oo to Tobvhanna.
During the past year or so it has been
rumored from time to time that there
would soon be another firm engaged in
the manufacture of silk and that it
would be under the firm name or II.
Renard & Sou. While neither of tho
gentlsuieu interested would vouchsafe
any information on the subject, they
would not deny that there was a possi
bility of such a contingency, but to all
questions the only reply would bo,
"wait and see," and just wheu the pa
tience ol thoso who are aware of the
facts is about exhausted, the news is
received that tlie elder Renard has
porobesed the silk factory at Toby
hanne, and that bis son. Joseph Ren
ard. wlli be superintendent.
Both men are experts in the manu
facture and handling Jof silk and few
manufacturers have the experience
or knowledge necessary to successfully
operate a factory than has the senior
member of the new firm. The youuger
iiian, Joseph Renard, is too, thoroughly
acquainted with all the inticacies of the
trade and be will assume his new re
sponsibility ns soon as Mr. Brooks can
secure a man to take his pluce at tho
Meadow Brook mill.
Dooks ! Booka I Books 1
During the coming week we shall offer
to the subscribers of Tin. Tiunt.M: rare
bargains iu bnoks.
e have a large lino of bright aud pop
ular volumes, elegantly bound, that we
intend to give to the patrons of the paper
at ab an luie-fotirth of the usual price.
The following liHt will give you au idea
of ihe inducements anil tho unusual op
ii.a i unit n- to secure valuable additions to
The World's Pair iNew) f:;.W $ .b.'i
Picti irial 1 1 istoi y of the ( I ruat
Civil War SOO .80
Pilgrims' Progress (lllust'od) -.1)0 .so
Earth, Sea and Sky '37a .15
Marvelous Wonders 3.1b ,85
Life and Works uf Spurgeou I Ml .'
Pictorial History or the Bible 8.78 .86
Museum of Wonders 2 75 ,81)
Prom Pole to Pole 12.73 .80
Pictorial History of the Uni
ted States ()0 ,00
Science of Life 'J.7.r 1,00
Lifeof flariium 1.50 .50
Indian Horrors I.M ,M
Josepbus 8.00 1.00
Shepo'e Photographs 'AM 1 28
Columbus, the Navigator,.. ,60
Hear Column iSiauluy's
Webster Dictionary in oue-
lialt KiiHHia ,ri
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 Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Do You Want Clothe for Almost Nothing?
pRlCKSon brand-new Suits and Over
coals in our windows will convince
you that we are about giving them away.
(CUT YOUR COUPONS.)
iiu pii -Kiitation of two
Coupons, Subscribers of THE
I'NE may purchase any bok
Martin & Delany
Coal Exchange, Wyoming Avenue.
FOR One Week, commenc
iricr lWnnrl a ir ToVirn n rr
Uj Ail 1iia 1 w y , M . KIL UW J
5, we will have a CHINA
CUP AND SAUCER 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 price after next
TBE COLUMBUS MUS1C H0USE
Is tlie most popular, musical establishment iii Nortlieast'jrn Penn
sylvania. Tin; highest grade of Pianos and Organs. The
lowest prices obtainable anywhere and the most liberal
terms ever offered to purchasers are some of the
leadinm inducements. Look at the list.
Ever ell Pianos,
Vase & Sons' Pianos,
'Popular Pease Pianos.
THE WORLD RE HOW NED
Story & Clark Organs,
Chicago Collage Organs,
And all Unds uf Hastes Jlerchauilsl
constantly on baud.
The Holidays are here, and this is ihe place to buy Pianos for a Cbrtstmal
Preeent Prioes are lower than any other music store in Scranton. Special
Attention -Remember always when ycu start out to search for a Piano or Or
gan that Christopher Columbus points with bis light hand to the exact plac
you waul to go. Nowhere it is:
205 VASRINGTON AVENUE,
GH NA : HAL
OFF FOR CHERRY HILL.
Sheriff Fahey Takei a Number of Pris
oaers to the Penitentiary.
Sheriff Faiiey, assisted by Attorney
R J ileamisb, John Bonner, K J
Werde, James O'Rourke, Joseph
Mickii", Abel Davis, Julius Meyers
and Patrick Leonard took seven con
victs to ttie Eastern penitontlary yes
The prisoner were David Wellner,
six yenraand a half for killinir John
Murkanski; lames llrock, tuservo three
years and a half for attempted criminal
assault ;iJohn Rowland, three yiars and
a half for burning bis furniture and
cheating the Merchant-sand Mechanlca'
hank out of $IH0 Joe Mitchko, two
yenrs anil one monthror assisting Row
land cheat tbe bank; Antonio I'oanut
and Antonio Valentine each a year anil
a half for robbing clothes liues in Dun
Elward Loiuhlin, the lll-year-olil
boy who was convicted of larceny, was
taken to the house of refuse.
PROBABLY ATUMPTED ARSON.
Firs is tbe Roeideuce of Udwari Walsh
in Green Ridire.
At nonu yesterday an alarm of
fire was sounded from box Oil, on Qretn
Ridge street The fire proved to lie in
the house of Edward Waieh, an em
ploye of the Oreon Ridire Iron works,
who resides on Ross avenue. The
llames were confined to one stair case
and wore easily extinguished by chem
Owing to Ihe location of the (Ire
Chief Ferher's suspicious worn aroused
and he investigated the matter. Ev
erything pointed to inoeudiarv origin
and be will so report to IiiHiirance
Agent Uoland, iu whose company the
Walsh domicile was insured for $1,00m.
The Krieger vereiu held a very suc
cessful masquerade at Natler's hall last
evening. Headed by (tilth's baud the
borne society met the Wilkes liarre so
city at the train and escorted them to
tuo soene of the evening's festivities.
William Sunday, oiunlovvd as a ma
chinist at the Lackawauna laundrv on
Penn avenue, fell from a ladder yester
day ami was severely injured.
A little daiigntr of .Mr. aud Mrs
Thomas McAloon, of Urook street,dteil
The Keystone .Social club had an en
joyable time at their hal mnsinie at
Workmen s hall lust evening,
I''asnaeht, an old 0rmau custom,
was observed last evening by young
people who, successfully disguised,
went from house to house malting
merry at the expense of tbe inmates.
A new singing class under tho direc
tion of Miss Msv Krebs, has been or
gaoiled at the Hickory Street Baptist
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE
l'niter this linadhu,' xhoi t li-ttursnf interest
will be. published when accompanied, for pub
llcstlon, by tbe writer s name. Tub Tribune
will iml Im held responsible fur upini.ius hero
Mr. Harris's Friends Speak.
iier sir. Tbe undersigned redden tool
tbe townships of old Forge ami Lacka
wanna, Uke this opportunity of publicly
expressing nnr strongest indignation and
t'onilemnation at t he uncalled (or and most
nngeatiemanly reflection of Mr R. U, Hop
gut" on ihe character and reputation of
our reepcoted nnd honored townsman
John M. Harris, csii , in yestoi day's Third
We, who know bin from bis childhood,
know nothing of him but that to his credit
as a man and a lawyer and the,c il izens nUns
own home have taken every' opportunity
to demonstrate t heir esteem and confidence
iu him by marks of public approval.
We now and at this time, conscious that
we voice the sentiment of ail who were-
present, resent the insult to John M. llar-ii-,
esq., and challenge Mr, lliilgatnto pro
duce anything to bis iujury as a lawyer
and a man.
B. B. Wkhtiin.M. I).
John W. Hkksk.
It. Willis Kkksic
W, J, llllSKINH.
John Pi Im m
Signed in the presence of David V. Jouos
Proves' photos, 4115 Spruce street.
weichel & Millar
116 Wyoming Avenue.
THEY FILL THE BILL,
We have the most complete assortment of
Men's Furnishing Qopdi that ever appealed
to tbe eye or to the taste. Koine of our new
shades and designs in Ties aru especially at
tractive. They are m'IIiiik at Humes which
give you no excuse for being without all sorts
ut sua- and styles.
Tin' (li cal Marvel of Deu tul Scieuci
Honocd & Wardeli
The new oiler
made to Tribune
readers on page 7.
It is the best
one yet made
316 Lackawanna Ave.
WHAT. 1 O, SEAMON8 SAYS ABOUT
lilts REDWOOD C 1KD1 LL
After having eleven teeth extracted at
one sitting by tbe painless method, i pro
nounee n eutlrel) satisfactory in every
FLOREY & !
HOLT SPRJUCE ST. i
SPRING . . .
Best quality and
220 Lacka. Avenue.
Special for This Com
Men's Cork Sole I, are Shoes,
Goodyear Welt, $i gradfi
Men's Cork Sole I, see Shoes,
band sewedwelt,(9 grade, to
Ladies' Dongola, Kid Button,
Patented Tip, (ioodyear
Welt, Common sense last, all
f'l.oU grade, to be
Ladies' Fine Kid Button, cork
soles, hand turn, Common
Sense last, only a few pairs
ol them, if j grade, to be. .
Ladies' Ibill DoUgola Hut ton,
double SOleS, C0UIU n Sense
only, jl grade closed out at
Misses' straight Goal Button,
Spring heel, sizes 1 1 to '-; J'.'
trade will sell al
Hoys' School Shoes, Vinton and
lace, siz.-s 11 to it n '.'j will
Arcade Shoo Store.
We need room
A Ricb CLOTH
.1 ACK V. T, Full
and tan. Cost to
make, $16. Now
We Will pive you
tbe choice of 40
Jackets, all this
No( one in the
loi that cost less
I hnn $12 to 20,
I-I K CAPES
and WRAPS. It
will pay you to
see i his offering
of Tailor made
for new Spring
6. W. OWENS
l.Htlies' Tailor . Cloak Mskeis
!-l 'Kl ICR T..
COl NT I nil
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
Tho Rperlallst on tlie Eye. Ileiulaclies nnd
Nervousness reliSVed. Latest and Improved
Htyle of Kyo Ulass.'S ami Spivtaclis nt the
Lowest PriOSS, Best Artlllclul Eyes iuserted
3s SPRUCE ST., op. Post Office.
5 ill n ii i .
"TRIP AROUHO THE WORLD I
1 Portfolio of Photographs
February 7, 1894
S Bend or bring Ln 2 Coupons
5 of different daws, together
S with B ci iils, and receive ll'.is
S Album of rare l'hotoirraphs.
S THE TRIBUNE,
- Cor. Penn Ave. nnd Spruce 8t
C( IT THIS OUT.