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THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 23. 1894.
STELLE&SEELEYlfl FAREWELL MEETING
MR. J. L. STELLE will continue
tli business under tUe lirm name o(
Stelle & Seeley.
THE EVER POPULAR
WEBER and SHAW PIANOS
IN GREAT VARIETY. ALSO
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Popular, reliable and within lyour reach.
HALLET & DAVIS
Hsve takun over 100 Bret premiums hi
lit past iltty year.
Oilier make of Plarjos. Fonr maki cf
Organ in beautiful new designs. Bee onr
Itock before buying. We have the good.
Cur price are rigUt Kveryimug m the
STELLE k SEELEY
'54 Wyomlno Ave.. Scranton, K
How the Different Seclious of the City Voted
For the Bridges.
BRIDGE CAMPAIGN IS FINISHED
LEW ARE OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE GENUINE POPULAR
HAVE THE INITIALS
G., B. & Co.,
tmnrlntpfl on Each Clnar.
Oarney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
DR. H. B. WARE
EYE, EAR. KOSE AND THROAT.
OFFICE BODES: a&fcWfk
135 WYOMING AVE.
CbarlM A. Westtiekl, of Wilkes-Barro, is
at the Forest Hoax.
W. H. Grace, of Pittstou, visited frlonds
in the city last evening.
Mr. and Mrs. II. 0. Hooker, of Syracuse,
are at the Westminster,
Professor J. A. Sbovlin and Timothy
Sullivan, of Wilkes-Barre, were in the
city last eveuias;.
Miss Stella Kenuey, of Hoyt'l "Texas
Steer'' Company, Wbue In the city was eu
tainwl by Mrs. H. V. Storm.
Colonel Frank J. Mngee, of the Eighth
regiment, is at the Westminster. Accom
panied by Colouel E. H. Ripple he will
leave today to Visit the Harlord, Pa., sol
diers' orphans' school.
The following members of the Lacka
wanna Pedestrinu club went for :a walk
through Newton township yesterday:
Alexander P. ( lark, Howard P. Davis,
Robert D. Pettif, Ejgene H. Fellows, Wil
lie R. Monr and William Elias.
COURT HOUSE NOTES.
Judge Archbald yesterday filed opinions
In the three cases of the city of Scranton
against Lewis Jones' estate. The city sued
tu recover for the grading of (lilison street.
Rules for judgment were nmile absolute
in each case fur waut of lUfficlent defense.
Th rule for attachment in the case of
Alderman C. M. De Long was continued
until Monday, March 98 at 'J a.m.
Rule for judgment was discharged in the
case of M. A Sanborn against K. M. and
T. F. Goodrich by opinion of Judge Arch
bald. He -aid that th defendant bad no
action against the plaintiffs together; how
ever, he might have against them separ
ate1)'. In the case of Crawford and Huff against
Charles Shoe rule was discharged by opin
ion of Judge Edwards, He took the same
action in the COM of Blssell, Son & Co.
against Henry Battin & Co. These are t e
first opinion! from the pea of Judge Ed
wards. ThtJiotel HotnM of Owen Rooney, of
Fill township, was yeste. day transferred
bv the court to Uuorge McCloskey and
Edward O Xeil.
The biil of Coroner Kelly for inquest
conducted over thn body of Gerald Grittln
was ordered paid by the court, certain
changes having bceu made in it as re
quired. The bill of 101.45. fees and expenses, of
John 0. Miller, William R. I.owis and A.
B. Dunning, the commissioners who divided
the borough of Tavlor into two election
districts, was approved by the court.
Costs were reraittod yesterday by order
of court as to W. J, McAndrew, tho prose
cutor in the rase of tho commonwoalth
neainst Daniel Devine. Mr. McAndrew
doclared that before the case was sent to
the grand jury he went before Alderman
Del.ong. bef ire whom tho case was be
gun, and withdrew the charge.
The bond of Attorney M A. McGinley
in the sum of .VKJ as guardian of Jesse
Msy was approved by the court yester
day, P. F. Gibbons is surety.
The bill of Attorney It EL Holgate in
the sum of $100 for sorvicot as auditor in
the outdoor relief case was approved by
the court yesterday.
SWITCHMEN'S FOURTH ANNUAL.
Plsaasnt Time Enjoyed at Muilo Hall
Electric City lodge, No. lift, Switch
men's Mutual Aid association, held its
fourth annual ball and drawing at
Music hall last night. The hall was
prettily decorated with flags, bunting,
etc., and above the stage was snspend
d a large portrait of (isorge Washing
ton with flags on either side.
The ball opened at !) 10 with a grand
march. Those in charge of the b;ill
were: Master of ceremonies. H. Bird,
assistant master of ceremonies, John
Herrity; chief of floor, William Fink;
assistants, Thomas Ruddy, William
Smith, Fred Owens, L A. Daniels. John
Dwyer, P. Hoban; committee of ar
rangements, Jamess Hess, chairman,
Frank E. Smith, Joseph W. Mclner
ney ; reception committee. James Car
lin, L. A. Owens, Frank Madden, John
Milberger, Patrick Kearney, Dotninick
Weir, John Swartz, Michael Keough,
Bloom La France; prompter, J. J, Bar
rett. At midnight a drawing took place
for $50 which was divided into three
prizes, $25, $15 and $10. It was fol
lowed by a friendly set-to between
Dominlck Weir ami Mr. Burkeheiser,
members of the lodge, who showed
much science In handling the gloves.
MR. CONANT'S THIRD RECITAL
Programme to B Rndred at St. Luk'
J. W. Consnt will give the third of
the aeries of Lenten recitals, introduc
tory to evening prayer, tomorrow after
noon at 4 30 o'clock. The following
programme will be rendered:
Prelude In G Minor Bach
Prelude in Gregorian Tone Whiting
Trio In F Merkel
Janata No. 1 Mendelssohn
Mlyro Maestoro Adajto
Some Interesting Figures Presented
Final Reports Made Compli
ments Passed Between the Presi
dent and Members The Banner
Belongs to the Twelfth Ward Idle
Reports Being Circulated,
There was not n large attendance at
last night's good bye meeting of the
bridge campaign committee. Some in
teresting figures had been compiled bv
the president, W. A Mav. and were
presented, showing what part the Cen
tral City, South Side and West Side
had taken on the bridge question.
The reports of the secretary aud treas
urer were presented and some post
mortem bridge talk indulge! in.
A vote of thanks was tendered l'resi
deut May for the masterful leadership
he had shown during the Campaign,
It was the voice of the members that
to the president of the campaign com
mittee was due from every citizen de
sirous of a greater Scranton au au
kt.owledgeiuent of services rendered,
Mr. May returned the compliment by
saying that credit was due the mem
bers of the committee Individually and
collectively ; that he was undr otili
gationt to them for their kindly spirit
and faithful work.
The secretary's report presented by
D. B. Athertou showed a receipt of
$230, of which had been expended for
envelopes, cattage, etc., $381.70; the
balance of $10 21 has been turned over
to the treasurer, Dr. Burnett. The
treasurer's report was presented by
the secret iry and showed receipts to
the amount of $020; cash paid out,
$874,09; balance. $45.02 Of the latter
nm, $35 will have to be paid for out
standing hills i'.l the balance of $10.02
was voted by the meeting to be pre
sented to the Associated charities.
VIODBB8 THAT PRIiOR.
The following table of figures were
shown by tho preildent, and tell what
the different sections of the city
thought of the bridges question:
nth ward, sgalnat no
l-Jth wHrd, for 35
lUth ward, for 847
JOth ward, for 115 850
eaily hour yesterday morning, and Ser
geant Zing and Officer Lowry. on
complaint of neighbors, entered the
building to quell the disturbance. The
crowd scattered when the officers made
their uppearance, but Montgomery and
his wife were taken to the station
Later in the evening "Cyclone Kate"
llorlan and her husband were found
sleeping in a vacant house when they
too were arrested. Annie McCue, a
young woman with a four weeks' old
infant in her arms, was also taken in,
but was discharged by the mayor,
"Cyclone," who, visits have been fre
quent to the polioe of 1 ite, got a twenty
days' sentence along with her husband.
Montgomery and his wife were given
NOTES OF SOUTH SI
Happenings of a Day That Will Interest
Many Tribune Readers.
CHURCH DEDICATION YESTERDAY
The Remodelled Church of the Sa
cred Heart Dedicated Yesterday
Many Persons from Up and Down
The Valley tn Attendance In the
Absence of Rt. Rev. Bishop O'Hara
Vicar General Finnen Officiated
For bridges 74')
7th ward, for 218
Sth ward, for 42S
9th ward, for 4'.'8
loth ward, for 884
17th ward, for &ii
For bridges 17ii
15th ward, against 155
4ih ward, for 498
Mb ward, for 11
fith wnrd, for 91
14th ward, for 317
Sth ward, for 34
21 th ward, for 103
For bridges 781
The Eighth ward gave the largest
majority for the bridges 120. The
largest majority for the bridges, con
sidering the vote cast, makes the
Twelfth the banner ward 403 votes
cast, 305 majority. In th Thirteenth
ward was the greatest reversal. From
197 majority against bridges in 19:) it
gave a majority of 241 in favor of them
AMERICAN LABOR ONLY.
It w-is remarked that a report was
being circulated by soreheads that un
naturalized foreign labor, on account
of its economy, would be employed.
This question Is embolied in a resolu
tion attached to the ordinanco which
states that only American labor shall
Another report has been circulated,
particularly on the South side, to tho
etfeot that the appropriations would bo
exceeded on the Linden street bridge,
and that the southern portion of the
city would have to wait possibly sev
eral years for its bridge, which in any
event would only be bniltafterthe Lin
den street bridge. In ronly to this idlo
accusation President May stated that
he was in conversation with the
mayor yesterday. The latter stated ex
plicitly that in hie province he shall
live up to the letter aiul spirit of the
ordinance and each bridge shall be
bnilt accordingly. The question shall
be urged for action immediately by the
council in a letter prepared yesterday
by Mayor Conneli.
After some informal discussion of
the whole bridge question the commit
tee adjourned sine die.
HOYI'S AMUSING TEXAS STEER.
T m Murphy and HI Comrade Dtlight
a Large Audience.
Hoyt's 1 'A Texas Steer' was presented
before a large audience at the Acadomy
of Mnsic last evening Tim Murphy
in his original role of Maverick Bran
dor, the Texas cattle king, kept his
hearers in constant good humor by his
exceedingly droll comedy methods.
Miss Alice Evans acted remarkably
well, considering that she had just left
the deathbed of her mother. It is
doubtful if many of the audience who
were io charmed with .Miss Evan's de
lightful wcvk realized the personal suf
fering she w ii compelled to endure
that they might bo well entertained.
However, it ws only one page f.iom a
performer's book of experience, a book
that the public is rarely permitted to
A very clevr bit of acting was that
dotio by Miss Stella Kenny, who, in
tho part of a young orphan fresh from
Indiana, revealed talent or a very high
order, and her ucting was vigorously
applauded. The other members of the
company were goo 1.
SKATING AT LAKE POYNTELLE.
Sorantonian Attend the Ontario and
One of the most enjoyable skating
parlies of the season was hell at Poyn
telle last evening. A special train was
run over the line of tho Ontario and
Western, leaviug Scranton at 6. 10 p m
and reaching the lake just in time
to get good advantage of the de
lightful moonlight and exquisite
weather. Seventy-live or more Scran -tonlans
were present, and by the time
the lake was reached, this number had
increased to 200.
The lake was in magnificent condi
tion, and the evening was passed in a
delightful manner, music adding to
the charms of th chief pastime.
CYCLONE KATE AND HER PALS.
DUrcpatabl Crowd I Sent to 7-U by
A crowd of disreputables were rill
ing high jinks at the house of Thomas
Montgomery down on the flats at an
The last election gives the Henryitei
full control of the council where they
will have a majority of five. There
will probably be a hard fight to de
pose Clerk ('. P. Siivsg. but by his
close attention to borough affairs he
hue won the friendship and est "em of
the councilmen, and in nil probability
will pull through. Whether the polict
force will Hnlf'T by the change i
not known, but if last yeai
appointment lights predict auytbini
Home change Is likely to be made tit
the directiou of the police force. Tnis
would be discountenanced by citizens
generally, as all of the police force
h iv done efficient work, and are oour-
tou. gentlemanly guardians. Hur
geai Dnggnn will further his hold on
political affairs by securing for hi
first plum the borough solicitorship
because there will not be the slightest
opppositlon to hi" appointment, a
dead lock existed during the past year
on the appointment but M. A. Taylor
deposed, leaves a clear held for Mr.
Duggaii. There may be a tight for tho
president's chair as Air. Payton by his
dictatorial tatics has placed himself in
a distasteful position before some of
the councilmen. Mr. Jenks not being
considered by the party in control, there
are some chances of Mr. Haggerty
being elected to preside. The council
Conld make no better choice than this,
as Mr. Ilsgg-rty is young, intelligent
and one whoso rule Would be able and
Fanny Crosby, the blind poetess, will
be at the Methodist Episcopal church
this evening Admission lor adults, 25
cents; children. 10 cents
Helen Lape, Sarah Vainer, Ada
(ieorg and William Bennett, of Nauti
coke, are visiting at Mr. and Mrs.
On of the most enjoyable and profit
able events of the season was the con
nundrnm social held under the SUI
pioes o! the Young People' Society
of Christian E ideavor at the Presby
terian church parlors last evening.
Ev ryone was bewilded by the innum
erable coiinuudrums that appeared and
the person whose conception was
bright euongh to construe the menu
cards was a rareity indeed. Such
things as "Mcliinity's Pride," "Too
Steep," "Crayon Belated," "Son of
Noah'' and "What 1 Do When 1 Smash
My Finger" appeared on the bill of
fare. The tables were waited on by a
bevy of affable young ladies, who served
the guests with these riddles. Those
who were in charge were: Table No.
1, Blanche Bloes, May Masters, Edith
Ripley, Maud Savage; No. 2, Anna
Hishop, Grace Chamberlain, Minnie
D-xter, Lizzie Krauie; No. 8, Lizzie
Wert. Inezlvey, Mamie Pickins, Bessie
Sneppsrd; No. 4, Clara Krager, Jennie
Palmer. Jessie Wagner, Mattie Cham
berlin. -Messrs. Close, Winters and
Speck also catered to the comfort of
those in attendance.
POLE ORDINANCE PASSED.
Ooly Two Members Voted In the Nga
tiv Oihr Euamos.
At the meeting of common council
last evc.niug the Browuiug ordinance
passed the third utid final reading by a
vote of 15 to 2. The negatives were Mr.
Howe aud Mr. McDonnell. Speeches
in favor of the measure were made by
Captain Moir and Mr. Browning, while
Mr. Howe. Mr. McDonnell and Mr.
Duhigg spoke in opposition.
The police ordiuance was amended
on first reading. There will be no
captain and only thirty-eight police
meu instead of forty-three. A patrol
wagon driver will be furnished.
Mayor Couuell vetoed the resolution
directing the building inspector to pre
pare plans for iihw firo department
house- Mr. Robathau introduced a
resolution directing the building com
mittee to employ an architect for the
purpose, and Mr. Nenlis presented a
resolution directing the removal of ve
hicles from Robinson and Ninth streets
according to a city ordinance. Mr,
Sweeney's ordinance for improving the
mountain road passed two readings.
MISS JESSIE HALL'S RECITAL.
Allied Woolar, Tenor, Assists at the
Qrn Rliig Library.
A very enjoyable piano forte recital
was given by Miss Jessie Hall at the
Green Ridge library buildiug last
evening. Miss Hall was assist-! by
Alfred Wooler, tenor soloist at the
BIO Park M. E church.
The following programme was ren
Ueethoven Sonata, Jp. 14, No. 1.
a. Allegro, b. Allegretto, c. Rondo,
Adams "The Holy Fair". ..Alfred Wooler
UhopiO Nortuno, Op. :t2, No. 1.
Jenaeu-Neiinanu "Murmuring Zophyrs. "
Mendollssohn Songs Without Words,
u. Venetian Uondolior. b. Poet's Harp
c. Itugret. d. Spinning Wheel.
Gomes Oaoaonetta, from the Opera
"Salvator Rosa" Alfred Wooler
Klrohner Op, 348, "lilrdliug's Morning
Liszt "Maiden's Wish."
THE CASE OF PETER FRANK.
A new bicycle worth Vb will be sold for
(35. The muchine is guaranteed and is a
rare bargain. Machine may be eeeu at the
If you want the later Btyles and finish
in photography, you can get it at Urifho's,
Wyoming avenue. We are introducing
new novelties constantly.
Beadleston & Woerz'a and Ballan tine's
Alee are the best. K. J. Waiu, agent, IN
WHITE CHINA P
The dedication of the Polish church
drew forth an immense assemblage
yesterday morning. Children of per
lecuted Poland In organizations and as
individuals helped to swi ll the vast at
tendance. Thy came from near and
far, from Carboudale and Nuntiooke to
testify to the respect in which
3 rector of Sacred Heart church,
ev. R. C. Aunt is held. Engliih speak
ing Catholics too, were there in num
bers, all classes and conditions. Twen
ty seats were reserved for invited
guests nnd Martin Moyshner courte
ously ushered all strangers to the teats
reserved for them The following Po
1 isli clergymen attended: Revs. Cholcz
arz, Mill Creek ; Zebris, Plymouth ; Si
oleckl, Blossburg; Iwauowaki, Price
burg; Hodur, Scranton; Tomkewicz,
Plymouth; Sz"Zpewski, Wilmington,
Del. ; Grumlewicz and Lipinski, Nanti
coke ; Zlotoiy nski, Pittston; Zychowics,
Glen Lyon ; Klouowski, Wilkes Barre,
and Jaikowicz, Scranton. The following
English-speaking clergymen attended:
Viv.ir General Finnen, Pittston; Father
Kelley, Pittstou; Revs. Christ and
Stopper, Scranton ; Laughran, Miuooka;
Dunn. Green Ridge; Walsh, South
SidejO'Donnel and O'Tonle, Providence,
uud Father Golden, of the cathedral.
Father GramlewiOZ was celebrant of
the dedicatory mass aud Rev .ycho
wicz, of Glen Lyon, preached. The
choir was augmented by members of
St. John's Church choir and the sing
ing wis grand. A quartette consisting
of John T. Wutkins, L J. Siebeoker,
George M, De-Witt and Thomas Bey -
nom sang the offertory and at the close
of the services they sang "The Sabbath"
in faultless style.
The dedication services were very
impressive. Owinu to the illness of
Rt. Rev. Bishop O'Hara. Vicar General
Finnen officiated. The procession of
the prions through the church was
preceded by a bevy of school children
In white attire who scattered flowers
as they went. The new church Is a
testimonial of the zeal of the rector
and the large attendance is a proof of
the esteem in which he is held by his
own people as well as by the people of
Mr. Singleton, of the Meadow Brook
silk mill, does not believe that the
present impetui in the silk trade will
be permanent. He cannot comprehend
how an industry that is devoted to the
manufacture of a luxury can be oper
ated successfully while other industries
more essential to the public welfare are
at a standstill. He is a protectionist
from education and experience and be
lieves that the tariff question should be
removed from partisan politics aud re
ferred to an impartial commission.
P. J. llickey, tho new member from
tho Nineteenth ward, was introduced
to his colleagues by Mr. Duhigg at lust
niL'ht's meeting of common council.
Tho funerals of Miciiael Barrett and
Miss Kate Rvau wero largely attended
"Sights and Scenes in Europe and
America, a very instructive and amus
ing entertainment, will bo given at the
South Side branch Young Women s
Christiau association Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. All are welcome. Ad
mission 15 cents.
The Qunitlon of HI Sanity Will Be
Failed Upon ou Ma . h 30.
Court was asked yesterday by At
torney John F. Scragg to authorize
proceedings to have Potor Frank form
ally declared a luuatio
Some months ago Frank shot n fel
low workman nt the Lackawanna Iron
and Steel company's mill, and when he
was arraigned for trial was acquitted
on the ground that ho was Insane. Ho
was nt once committed to the insane
department of the Hillside Homo,
where he has been confined ever since.
He is entitled to a pension of $12 n
month from the government and it is
necessary to have him formally de
clared a lunatic in order that a com
mittee can be appointed to draw the
money and expend it for Frank's sup
port. Court directed that the proceedings
be held on March 30, at 0 a. m.
Eyupppile, and Indlgeation
In their worst forms are cured by the
use of P. P. P. If you aro debilitated and
run down, or if you need a tonic to regain
II' ill and lost appetite, strength aud vigor,
take P. P. P., nod you will On strong and
healthy. For shattered constitutions ami
lost manhood P. P, P, (Prickly Ash, Pokn
Hoot and Potassium) is the king of all
medicines. P. P. P. is the greatest blood
purifier io the world. Fur sale by hII
JUST arrived by the
large, import order of
Haviland & Co.
Many new novelties in
Boudoir Sets, Smoke Sets,
Salads, Pin Trays, &c.
We give better value in
Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets,
Lamps, Silverware, &c,
than any other house in the
The funeral of Belle Fox took place
from the home of her parents on Bloom
avenue yesterday aud was very largely
attended, The pall bearers were:
James, Lawrence and Thomas Burns,
James Fox, Joseph and Thomas Foy.
The casket was literally covered with
beautiful fliwers and wreaths pre
lented by loving friends. They were
"Gates Ajar," from Michael Nary,
John Campbell, Katie Ruddy and
Maggie Brennun; a wreath of tea
roses and hyacinths from Mrs. Foy;
another wreath of imilsx and hy
acinths from Mrs. Dale, in whoie em
ploy Miss Fox was previous to her ill
ness. High mass was celebrated by
Father O'Doiinell, who preached tho
funeral sermon. Interment was mado
In Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
The Patriotic Order Sons of America
of Green Ridge will hold a social over
Johnson' store tonight.
An entertainment and social under
the nnspices of Provld Mice castle, No.
43, Knighti of the Mystic Chain, will
lie held in Funner & Chappell's Hall,
March 8, Tho proceeds of the enter
tainment will go to the assistance of
the widows and orphans.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Bon
nier, of Duicon street, took place
yesterday. Interment in Washington
A Mnrtha Washington banquet and
entertainment was held nt the Primi
tive Methodist Episcopal church on
East Market last evuiug.
The funeral of Owen Owens took
place yesterday from the homo of his
sister, ou Putnam mm i. and was
largely attended. Deceased was an old
resident of tho North End.
(. W. Davis, the well known drug
clerk, has purchased the establishment
of Col. T. D. Lewis, at North Main av
enue and West Market street, nnd will
hereafter conduct that well known
drug store. Mr. Davis, though youug
in yuan, is a most capable druggist.
Dr. C. ('. LaOBAOB, dentist, Gas and
Water company building, Wyoming ave
nue, l.ntest improvements. Eight years iu
FEBRUARY 23, 1894.
Your choice of three beautiful
pictures, 'Telephone Girl," "De
liverins Christmas Presents"
and "Maidens Swinging." Bend
h mail or messenger or bring
coupons like this of three differ
ent (hites, with 10 cents, stamps
or coin, to
Cor. Peun Ave. aud Spruce St
Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Cloth 33 for Almost Nothing?
RICES on brand-new Suits and Over
coats in our windows will convince
you that we are about giving them away.
Iklartin & Delany
Coal Exchange, Wyoming Avenue.
THE COLUMBUS II
Is the most popular musical establishment in Northeastern Penn
sylvania The highest grade of Pianos and Organs. Tho
lowest prices obtainable anywhere and the most liberal
terms ever offered to purchasers are some of the
leading inducements. Look at the list
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
HOW LIKE A
MAN HE FEELS
J AST YEAR li- had saved $300.
' He bought a house worth 81850
paid 9300 down, gave a mort
gage for $1,550. Today he est!
mates as follows:
Kent saved Jju IXi
intercut on mortgage t IM
TSXSS and repair 28 50 11U Ml
NetsavluKon rent $iai fiO
Saved on sulitrv ISO 00
To upply ou mortgage JUIO ill
REFLECTION un it jesr that
house will be free from tli-bt and 1 ahall
have a i of my on n."
i . i: i I . s RIDOB Is the paradise for
homei Finn sn have recently lin
Ished beautiful villa, whloh thejr offer,
on ay payments, at glti.io.
Hall at their oWee, between Washington
and .x.i. mi . n Olive street.
EZRA FINN & SONS.
S The GENUINE New S
'MhusTeF pianos I
g Now York warorooms, No. 5
hi Fifth avenue. B
a E, C. KICKER & CO.,
S t .... M
Jg Bole dealers in this
B i fhVi 1SI Adams a
The (heat Marvel of Dental Science
A recent discovery and the sole
Henwood & Wardsll,
316 Lackawanna Ave.
WHAT J.Q, SK A MO NS SAYS ABOUT
lilts. HENWOOD A SvARDEIX;
After having eleven teeth extraoted nt
one sitting by tha painless method, l pro
nounae it entirely latiifactorv in avery
particular. j. ; beAMONS
I SLEDS !
Vosc & Sons' Pianos,
Popular Pease Pianos,
THE WORLD RENOWNED
Story & Clark Organs,
Chicago Cottage Organs,
Aufiaii kinds of Unites Uorshsidifl
constantly uu Laud.
The Iiolirlays are here, and this is the plies to buy Tianoj for a Cbristrail
I'resHiit. Prices are lower ths.i any other music store In Scranton. Special
Attention Remember always when you start mit to search for a Piano or Or
Kan that Christopher Columbus point with Lia right hand to the exact plaoa
you want to p. Now here it is:
205 'WASHINGTON AVENUE,
J. W. Guernsey, Prop.
PRING . . .
Best quality and
220 Lacka. Avenue.
Special for This Com
Men's fork Sole Lace Shoes,
Uocdyeur elt, 14 f.'radi
IO 1)0 tjmt
Men's Cork Sole T.nce Shoes,
hsnd'Sewedwelt.tS grade, to (M AO
Lndies' Dongoln, Kid Button,
Patented Tip, Goodyear
wslt, Common sense last,sll d0 on
i00 trade, to be 0-,(-
Ladies' Fine Kid Putton.nork
poles, hand torn, Common
Sense lust, only a few pains ')"
of them, if') grade, to be. .. ,-.'
Ladies' Pull Dongols Button,
double soles. Common Siose o) ""
only, $i grade olossd out at O-i I J
Missis' Strailit Goat Button,
spring heel, sizes 11 to '1; fa DJ1 I (i
grade will soil at. .
Boys' School shoes, button and
A Rich CLOTH
JAC K ET, Pull
.Skirl, Ball OOO
and tan. Cost to
make, $10. ftovv
We will give you
the choice of 40
Jackets, all this
Not one in t ho
lot that cost less
than $12 to $'20.
and WRAPS, It
will pay you to
see this offering
of Tailor made
laee, siies 11 to 1,36 will 117
i' I C.
Arcade Shoe Store.
WYOMING A V K
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
Tlio Specialist OH tlio Eyu Hoadnclios anil
bTerVOUSMSI relieved, Latest and Iniirovid
Stylo ot Kyo ' 1 U'" ' anil Bpsetadcs at tho
Lowest PrlOeS. Host Artlllcial Kyea inanrUsl
SOS SPRUCE ST., op. Post Offic.
We need room for new Spric
Stock. Visit us,
fiS Ills' Tailor . Uloak Makon
r.flO SI 'Wl ICE ST.,
OKJCi coi:i'T HOUSE SQUARES
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