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THE SCIfANTON TBI B ITS E T tJE SD A Y MORNING. FEURUAftY 27. 18!4.
STELLE&SEELEY NEWS FROM WEST SIDE
MR. J. L. STELLE will continue
the business under the tirui name of
Stella & Seeley.
THE EVKR POPULAR
WEBER and SHAW PIANOS
IN Q BEAT VARIETY. ALSO
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Popular, reliable ami within your reach.
HALLET & DAVIS
Have taken ovor 100 first rromluras !r,
the past tlfty yearn.
Olhflr DWkM of Pianos. Four mtt.s of
Organ1; In beautiful new designs. See otir
ItOOk More baying. We hare the goods.
L'nr pried are rigBfc Everything in ths
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'35 WYOMING AVE.
Miss Augusta Wright, of Madison ave-
lue. is visiting friends at F.aston.
Representative ICuhbach and e-Troa-urer
Barting, o( VVayne county, were m
the city yesterday.
L. v. Stoflel, of Roanoke, V., is in the
city "u boainaaa connected with thd pro
posed new railroad ; New York.
Mrs. William W. Van Dyke, of Jefferson
avenue, hai just returner! home from an
extended visit to the Pacific coast.
The Young Men's institute held a
meeting at the lilirary Sunday after
noon and eleated officers Tha follow
ing were chosen: President, B. 97.
Cooney; first vice prsi'lent, Frank C'nl
len ; second vic?-nresident, John F.
Golden ; recording seeretarr, W. J.
Crane; financial secretary, P. J. Fin
nerty; marshal, Arch Miller; oorre
iponding secretary, Frio!: McHsIe;
executive (.ommittee, Tbomaa Mahon,
P. W. Tavlor, Jamtl F;nnrty; c iap
lain. Rev. Q McMurray.
Miss Eisi Colgate, of Hwlev. spent
Sundav with Mias Blincne Bloes.
Mi?ses R.'sr Warner and Anes Nich
ol, of Hooeic, visited at tne home of
Robert White on Sunday.
Mrs Sudier Hopkins, of Drinker
street, is convalescing after a snort ill
ness. The gsntlemen of the Presbyterian
congregation will hold a meeting at the
chorch parlors this evening to mike
final arranirern-'ntfl for their social,
which is to be held on .March 13
The ball of G-eorg M Wallace lodge,
Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen,
promises to be grand affair and hun
dreds of tickets are being sold.
H, A. Mare, chief dispatcher of tue
Erie and Wyoming Valley railroad ex
pects to occupy his new homo on Dad-1-y
street at an early date.
Anthony Horan who is erecting a
new residence on I)n ilsy street thinks
"an onnce of prevention is worth a
pound of cnr-i" so will have false nil
lars built in the old workings under
bis house and lot.
The new schedule of the Scranton
Traction company wiil bo appreciated
by all who travel via No. 6 section.
It is much more of mi accommodation
to the traveling public all over town
than the old plan was It fills the
place of the old branch car and also
gives C'h'stnut street people the same
erviceth7 formerly haif The com
pany should now build some kind of
ihelter at No. 8 junction so p.issongers
will not have to stand in storms when
waiting to make connections It would
cost but a triflt compared with th9 in
creased favor in which tho public
would view tne offisials.
Mr. and Mrs. James (islatt, of Sus
quehanna connty, Pa, are guests at
the home of Engineer fironson, on Elm
The Times has secured a correspond
ent fur this place in the person of
'Sqnir.i 15. W. Cooney. The 'sqnire is
an energetic and up to date personage
and willprov-j valnableto the daily hs
Dr. Chamberlain being the five year
nppointee on the lately appointed board
of hnnlth will act mh ahairmnn and
will shortly call a minting to consnra
mate an organization of that bo ly.
Miss Mrry Cooney, of Pitta ton, spent
Sunday with MissAuuie Cooney, of Pot
terjstroot. Mrs. Trooph, of Drinker street, is ill
at her homo with pneumonia.
Miss Lizzie Cronn, of Drinker
street, is visiting friends in Hyde
Messrs. M. J Mcllale, John Fad len
and Lawrence Howard, of Olyphant,
wero visitors at this place on Sunday
Misses Elvira Harris ami Knima
Gray, of Hvde Park iivontio. spent Sun
day with Miss Alice Spencer, on Bloom
Mr. Stephen Allen is confined to his
home by illness.
The attendance at tho Methodist
Episcopal Sunday school la-t Sunday
was 807, tho largest number the school
has over had.
The funeral of Matthew Steen, who
shot himself on Sunday, will ocour to
morrow morning at 10.30 o'clock at
W. C. Kestell, of Peckville, called on
friends here this week.
Over $50 wai realized from the
Fannie Crosby entertainment given nt
the Methodist Episcopal church Friday
Paiist Milwaukee Inger beor on draught
and Rockaway oysters fresh from the
shell nt John Lohman's,
210 Lackawanna avenue.
s of a Day That Will lntorest hyde
DEBATING OFFICERS NOMINATED
Important Mcptinp; of the Hyde Park
Literary and Debating Society.
Members of tho Tabernacle Con
gregational Church to Observe 61.
David's Day by Giving an Enter
tainment Short Nows Notes.
The West Sid office of the SivitiMl
Tluni'ifK is located at 188 BOUID Main ave
nue, where subscriptions, advertisements
ami coiainiiiiicatioiis will receive prompt
An iuteresting meeting of the Hjrda
Park Literary and Debating society
whs held last evening m its rooms 00
South Main avenue. The following of
ficers for the ensuing term were nom
inated : President. Philip Davies; vice
president, John M. Ed wards; record
ing secretary, Effierson D. Owen; cor
responding secretary, Wallace U Mo
tor; treasurer, Will J. DaTls; critic,
Oharlat Boom; sergeaut-nt-arme, Ar
thur Davis; executive committee. John
Hughes. James Powell, Will Davis,
David Davis, Charles E Daniels and
Herbert Hall; ineinbershiri committee,
D. J. Evans. (teor T. UrilHths, David
Owens, Haydn I'.v.ms and Walter
Jones. The election of officers will
take place at the next meeting. The
regular literary work was afterward
taken up and was of an Interesting na
ture, Treated for Cancr.
11. S. Brown, of North Sutnntf ave
nue returned from Philadelphia ou
Saturday evening after an absence, of
nearly two weeks. Mrs, Brown, his
wife, umUrw ' a critical operation
for caucr a' (capital of Dr. Llod
11, a week a. last Siturdnv. which
was attended DT Dr, M. J Williams
So critical was Mrs. Browh'l condition
that it was COUttdered by her phvsi
oiani BO almost fatal attempt. Mrs.
Brown's condition yesterJay was so
improved that she was able to sit up in
her bed. From present indications it
is expected that sho will be able to re
turn to her home in the course of a few
Entertainment; and Social.
The members of the Tabernacle
I r ..tin., i ,,i,,,r,,i, twill -., (.,,. rim
following programme at their annual
otiservance of St. Davi I'sday on Thuts
day evening: Kt-marks. Chairman
Uejamin Bnghos; solo, Llew Herbert;
son. Miss Fannie Jones, address. Judge
!! M Edworda, solo, David S: evens;
solo, Miss Cora Storms; addresses', bv
the bards; solo, Daniel Protberoa; reci
tation. Mrs. T nomas Jamea; solo, Mrs
L J. Lewis; solo, Llew Herbert. At
the close of the performance an i-xcel-lent
supper will be Barred by the ladies
of the Sunday school.
An Evening- Social.
Avery pleasant social was held in
Mears' ball last evening onder the aus
pices of the Sir Knigbta of Plea.-ure.
Trie affair was a complimeutary given
to the pupils of their class, and th-y
also entertained the members' of Enter
prise dancing class of th East Side.
The hall was neatly decorated. Bunt
inican lfligs were gracefully draped
upon the walls, making the scene one
of great beauty.
Interes'ing- New Motes,
Lother Lewis, of Eyuon street, now
Undergoing treatment at the Albany
(N. Y. i hospital for spinal trouble, is
slowly improving and his attending
physician predicts an ultimate recovery.
Mrs Thomas Beach, of North Gar
field av--nti, will leave on Friday for a
visit with friends at itsa ling and Phil
adelphia. The funeral of John Davies, of BeHe
vue street, will take -place this after
noon at 1 80 o'clock.
Eynon and Taylor car No. 'il left
the track on W-st Lackawanna aventi"
bridge yesterday aft-rnoon at 5:30,
causing some delay in traffic.,
Miss Bertha Riese, daughter of S. M.
Reese, of North Hyde Park avenue,
arrived home on Sunday from New
York. Mias Reese recently graduate 1
aa a nurse at the Bellevue hospital an 1
was among th twoout of twenty seven
graduate! whe received a peroentageof
100 in surgery.
The family of L in Stevens, of North
Sumner avenne, has recovered from a
severe attack of scarlet fever.
David Davis, of Wanamie, is the
guest of friends on this side.
Charles Sanker, of South Hyde Park
avenne, has returned from a visit with
friends in Danville.
"The District Fair" which will be at
the Acadtmy of Music this evening
lias a number of sensational features.
There is a hurdle race, where two
horses jump several hurdles at full
speed, a bnrinng blacksmith shop and
other scenes of a like realistic charac
ter. Tho company is said to ho a com
petent one and the scenery will un
doubtedly be all that oan be desired.
THE STKL'KII.K V0B LIKE.
Walter Sanford's grand production
of "The Straggle for Life" comes to the
Aradeiny for two nights, beginning
Wednesday, Feb. 88, Tho scenic feat
nres display extraordinarily elaborate
variety an I perfection of detail. Bat
tery Park in wintor, with view of the
statue of liberty and New York harbor
by moonlight, Rutget's alip In a snow
storm, with a view of the shipping on
Eist river and St. Patrick's Cathedral
on Fifth avenue are among th many
marvelous stage pictures presented
with realistic truthfulness.
ii a i ,
AWARD FOR MASON a SNOWOEN
Arbitrators Say that Thty are Eatltlsd
The nction of Kiieon A Bnowden,
(Ireen Ridge lumber dealers, against
Qwennte Morgan, owner, and Bsland
and F.vans, contractors, was heard be
fore Arbitrators John F. Oominlngc,
(ieorgtt W. Bealo and Fred It. Stark in
the arbitration room yesterday.
Tho plaintiffs soiigut to recover for
lumber furnished for u h i- on Weils
street, Providence, built for Mrs. Mor
gan by Baland and Evans.
The arbitrators gave an awarlof
1897.64 in fevoruf the plaintiffs against
Full lino new goods. Telephone, 8MB,
Hakkis sells furnittiro Thursday after
noou. Pen avenue.
Muslo Boxen Exclusively.
Best made. Play nny desired number of
tunes. Qautschi & Sons., manufacturers,
1080 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Won
derful orrhestrlal organs, only t5 and (HI.
Specialty: Old music boxes carof ally re
paired and improved with now tunes.
TRIED TO VICTIMIZE MERCHANTS.
A. W. Dickson and Q. J. Babooes:
Worked Upon by Jamea Tyrsll.
For some time past a man ban been
going about the ci'y representing him
self as a purchasing agent for Clark
Bros., the West Side merchants, and
claiming to be shortasmr.il sum would
u k it of his victims tu complete a pur
chase. A. W. Dickson and (I. J. Bibcock
were approached by the. man last week
and on their complaint ho was ar
rested, He gave his name as James
Tyrrell and biiaddreti as Philadelphia,
lie was remanded yesterday by Alder
Frederick Bronno, shipping clork at
the Weston mills, said that Tyroll
monobalantly entered his office and in
quired for the superintendent, in whose
abetnoe he was referred to
Mr. Dickson. Tyrell approached
the latter and eald he had
just purchased a quantity of poultry
for Clark Brothers bat lacked a small
sum to complete the sale, and asksd
Mr. Dickson to supply tho amount
The latter said lie Would, but as a mat
tor of precaution stopped to the tele
phone to Inquire of Clark Brothers il
everything was right. Tyroll passed
out ami said he would return again.
He did not c una buck.
George II. Easterly, employed by Q.
J. Babcoek, slated that Tyroll tried to
play the same game witii his tirm.
In answer to the charges Tyroll said
be had no recollections of the circum
itanoea. Ho would make no other
The Father Whittv -society retained
drillim: at St. Mary's bull last night
They mustered in strong force and an
swered to the roll call upwards of two
hundred strong. Their Winning of the
Catholic Total Abstinence union tro
phies last fall brought them promt
nently before the public. Their excel
lence, in a military sense, remains un
disputed by military critics who state
tiiat the Whlttye f oue of the bill
drilled companies in this city. Rumor
has it that Company 0, of Pittaton,
their former vanquished rivals, re
about to Ichnlleuge them for a large
amount of money, Should the rumor
be true the Providence bovs will glad
ly hall the opportunity of meeting the
men who refused to relinquish the tro
phiee honorably won by tho Wbittya
Mrs. John McNamara, of Wost Mar
ket street, died Saturday night. Shu
is survived by her husband and six
children. The untimely demise of
Mrs. McNamara is regretted by a large
number of sorrowing friends.
A lire broke out at the house of
Thomas Thomas, living on Putnam
street yesterday morning at 8:48
o'cloek. An alarm was sounded from
box 81, which promptly brought the
fire companies on the ground. They
Were the Liberty, Excelsior and Col
umbia Hose companies. Their services
were not brought into requisition, as
the bucket brigade had succeeded in
extinguishing the blase. The tire
caught from a cooking stove in the
kitchen in the rear of tho house. A
tiortiou of tho furniture and the kit
chen walls were damaged.
Lodge 38, Lsyal Knights o'. America,
will hold a social and entertainment In
Overhaul's hall, West M irket street,
tonight, Visiting lodges from Hyde
Park, Taylorville and Olyphant will
attfnd and help to make thj event one
worthy of their presence.
The Primitive Methodist enngrega
tion on East Market street, will reopen
their church on Washington avenue,
opposite tbe county jail, on March 11.
Rev. Mr. Savage is pastor of the Rtst
Market Street church of the dennmiua
lion. Tiie members of the church will
hold a meeting on Thursday evening at
S o'clock for the purpose of electing a
pastor for the ensuing year.
The funeral of Mrs. Jefferson, of
Mill Creek, daughter of the Rev.
George Lees, will take place today. A
large number of the clergy of the North
End will attend the funeral. The de
ceased was well known by many people
in this section,
Zebediah Knapp, of East Market
street, is convalescent after a severe
THE FIRST RAV OF SUNSHINE.
It Has Fiitttd in Upsn the Poor Man's
To the masses, heretofore, the pos
sonsion of a library lus been but a fond
dream, the waking from which has
been but disappointment. Halls of
state, universities, palatial homes and
occasionally the professional man's
lanotnm were tho abode of such lux
uries. The advent of the Encyclopedia
Britannioe, in its present state of per
fection at the price and on the easy
terms, was the first ray of sunshine
that (littod in upon the poor man's as
pirations. It is truly n library cover
ng fully Biid accurately all human
knowledge. From a condensed cyclo
pedia lor tho convenience of people
owning libraries, it has gono through
nine revisions, each time being en
Urged, until flip present edition, com
pleted in 1889, omhrsces twentv five
large quarto volumes, a total of 81,000
pagos, besides, ahont 9,000 pages of
supplemental msttor written since 1H0D
it is a happy union of encyclopedia
and library, for by the adoption of al
phabetical contents and marginal rof
gronOM it is rendered the most availa
ble of encyclopedias. Thus, in the his
tory of a country, you can readily turn
to the paragraph touching such points
as mountains, rivers, lakes, produc
tions, animals, birds, reptilos, races
and tribes of mankind, etc., poottiiarto
thst country. This system of classifi
cation extendi to all manner of ittbjiotl
treated. THB Tiiint'M'.'n off r utiJl.OH
per volume must soon he withdrawn
Do not miss the opportunity. You do
not moan to. Then why hesitate? Do
as hundreds have done and qo not wait
till tho last day,
Address TlfK TrIBONI E. B. Dept.,
s'17 Spruce street.
It Could Do W i rat, as It is.
flbringAafOi IfOia, Cfaioa,
If CongriHiiiah-elecl. (trow of Pennsyl
vania was ton years younger the logic of
the situation might possibly catch on In
him for 1890,
Time to orhtlalas,
Governor Campbell says bodoeah't want
to run f or any offloe. Look out fur that
Must Dakota lOfVO lis a matrimonial es
cape valvo fur the effete nobility of
A Valuable Addition
to tho culinary list la Borden! Peerless
Brand F.vaporatnd Cruam, an absolutely
pure, uniweetened eoadeneed min so
carciully prepared that It, keeps indefi
nitely ami is alwiivs available for evory
recipe calling for milk or cream.
BaMUS sells furniture Thursday on
PenO avouue, next door to Windsor Hotel.
Mi'lliuiiK's new Tnrkish hath. Every
thing now. WO Spruce street, opposite
Happenings of a Day That Will interest
llany Tribune Readers.
CONDITION OF TIERNEY ESTATE
Owiii3; to Debts Contracted at Brewery
There Will Be a Deficiency of Several
Thousand Dollars Church Socie
ties of St. John's Parish to Build a
New Hall - Several Deaths Reported.
Successful Concort -- Two Acci
dents. W.J. Hand, admlnlitrator of tha
Tiernoy estate, was on tho South Side
last evening looking after his duties by
endeavoring to dispose of the hotel fix
tures in the hotel on Lackawanna ave
nue. From Mr Hand it was learned
that John Befferan, steel blower at tho
south works, would probably take po
session of tha hotel April 1, and Mr.
Hand's visit was made with the Inten
tion Of disponing Of the fixtures to the
intended proprietor to the bust advan
tage of the estate.
In refereneo to the condition of the
property Mr. Hand said: "Whun the
attain are wound up there will still lai
deficiency of some $4,000 or $5,000,
Were it not for tho brewery the estate
would realise to the legatees about
17,000 or ifH.ooo As it is, the imouat
1 have stated will not be liquidated."
Deaths and Funerals.
Mrs Fred llaium, of Kim street,
whose serious illunas was referred to
yesterday, diod before tho paper had
gone to presa Mrs. llanim was to nil
appearances a healthy, rugged woman
good for a long lease of life. She had
lived ill the Niuoteenth ward for many
years and reared a large family. Her
husband ami ten children Hiirvive her.
Tho funeral of Mrs. Thomas ( I'Mal
ley, who died Saturday night, will take
place from her (ate residence on South
Wyoming aveniio at 0 HO o'clock this
morning, Servicis will be held at St.
Peter's cathedral. Mrs. O'Malley was
a bride of only a few mouths She was
the daughter of Mr and Mrs John
O'Ronrke, of South Washington ave
nue. Thomas BigglM, who was injured at
the south works a week ago last Fri
day night, died at the Moses Taylor
hospital on Sunday. His remains wero
tsken to the residence of Patrick Cou
naboy on Cedar avenue where the
funeral will lie held. Interment will
be made In Wilkes Btrre.
James Mears, of River street, who
has been ill for a long time, died Sun
day afternoon. His funeral will take
place this afternoon, lie is survived
oy his wife ami seven children.
A Prctl'.able Concert.
The concert given at the OedaT ave
nue Methodist Foiscopal church last
evening was most snacesslul, Thu
church was taxed to its entire capacity.
Tne street curs brought over numbers
from the central city, all of whom
were intevsted in bearing the new
organ. The ooncert was a snccess in
every way and under Misi Richmond's
fingers the instrument seemed to be
imbued with life and speech. The
following programme was rendered:
Chorus, "(Jh, Father, whose Almighty
Solo (Selected) Miss Mitchell
Recitation l'rof. Bvani
Solo, "Jwns Only" P, A. Carr
Chorus. "Send Out Tby Light" Choir
Solo, "Flee as a Bird" Miss Mary Davis
Chorus, ''And tho tilery of the Lord,'
Solo, (selected) Mis4 Marlon Jones
Chorus, "Wo Never Will Bow Down,"
Solo (selected) Miss Mitchell
Duet Misses Nellie Sullivuu and Minnie
Chorus, "Magnify, Glorify" Choir
C. J. Carr was chorister aud S. T.
To Bull.l a New Hall.
A movement la on foot, to erect a hall
in St. John's parish. It is a consuin
mrtion that meant much to the people
of that progressive congregation. It is
intended to put up a building thst will
cost between $8,000 and $10,000 and
will be fitted up with all modern im
provements. A meeting of tho three church so
cieties was held Sunday afternoon, at
which much enthusiasm was mani
fested, Although no action will be
taken until Father Melley's return a
committee of nine representing the
thren societies was appointed to devise
wave and mnaiis to push the project to
n speedy issue.
James McCoy, foreman of the forg
ing department of the Soraaton Axle
works, fell Sunday evening while go
iug to the coal shed for a pail of coal
and sustained a fracture of the leg,
A son of Mrs. Msngsn, of Prospect
avenne, was injured Sunday evening
while playing With his companions.
Dr, Maul. attended him.
The advertisement that tho College
building is for rent is calculated to excite
some cumin ait. There is a difference be
tween the owners of the building and the
management of the College us to the price
Of rent. We wish to assure our patrons
and friends that ample provisions will be
made for the maintenance of the school
and every department will bo sustained by
linger and better appointments.
Wood's Colukii ov Busixass and Short
hand, F, B, WooO) Principal!
Anheuaer Bueoh Bear.
Louti Lehman's, BDSHDracesti
TO loll- HiH tL-ShlFll.AilL.ftb
L'QR itr.N"'' M- ide house; nine toomaj
I with all modorn improvements F.ila Pal
nter, Ml, I ll ve street.. . Ity,
UAMI.II Til It iv K INKUIINISHKI)
rooms in private dwelling, within tif
lent minute, walk of court bouse, Address
(i w. s TrtraneoAoe.
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL
Thursday. March s.
Siuneil for tile liuiMitlir
for the Methodist Eplsoi
vlils. Material BOOh B I
to i.m (tunished and pi act
the li illilmi! - in 1 1 tit I
tu". Mux MM, Peckvlue. Pa
Peokvills, fell. U, I MM
leUL by the uno
f it riiiiiumtien w .il
pal ohuroli ul Puck.
hi", lime, land, etc,,
il oh the ureunil In
i " -."Me . reserves
tprojpRl any or all imisat their dtto re-
II. ( IIAI'MAN. Micrelary of commit
FEBRUARY 27 , 1894.
You!- choice of three beautiful
pictures, "Telephone Girl," "Do
livi'rini ('lit isliutis I'lcscnls"
and "Maidens Stringing," Bend
by until or niessengcr or bring
coupons liko iiiiniii throe differ
cut (lutes, with it) cents, stamps
or ooln, to
Cor. Penn Ave. and Spruce St.
A new bicycle worth 87o will bo sold for
f. ... The niachioe is )unrauteed and is a
rare bargain. Machine may be seen at the
if you want the later styles and fiulsh
in photography, you ran net il at OriOn's,
Wyoming avenue. We are introducing
now noveltiee oonsiantly.
Eendleaton & Wonra's and Ballantlue's
Alee are lha best. K.J. V. au.ii, age..., a
Leckavanua avenue. 4
Tall Flower Vases,
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 Clothas for Almost Nothing?
on brand-new Suits aud Over
coats in our windows will convince
you that we are about giving them away.
P B P L
, R A 1 A
fm$m 1 N A A
N Q N M
Wiie Lamp Frames for Covering.
WEICHEL k MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
HOW LIKE A
MAN HE FEELS
I AST YEAR he had Baved $300.
He bought a house worth ls."i0
paid 1300 down,1 gave a niort
WW for 11,550. Today he esti
mates as follows:
interest on mortgage.
Taxes ami repairs
Net saving on rent....
Saved ou sularv
.... 26 iO llli '0
To apply on mortgage J270 511
MM LECTION "In KU.it yean that
llonse will be free In. in debt and I hull
have Iiiiiim. of my nffn."
GBEEN BIOGE In tbe nrndUf for
homes, I Inn 4 Sons Imve recently lin
Ished a beaatlfal vlilu. which they offer,
on eimy paymaats, a: sis.io
ali nt their ofllce, between Washington
mid Adams on Olive street,
EZRA FINN & SONS,
S The OENU1N1 New B
1 "MATHUSHEK" PIANOS f
;:: ESTAB. 1866.
N-.v yorn wararooms, No.
BU Fifth avenue, S
S E, C. KICKER Si CO.,
B s"''' floelors in this sei tlon. H
Offloe 1st Adams svenns S
The (iiral Marvel Of Dental Science
A recent discovery and the solo
Henwood & Wardell,
316 Lackawanna Ave.
W 1 1 AT J, ( I. SEA MONSSA YS AHOUT
nits. BENWOOD A WABDBLtl
After having eleven teeth extracted t
oiir,imtt by the painless method, i pro.
aonnee it entirely setlslhetorv In every
partlonlar. j. , gKAMONg
Martin &. Delany
Coal Exchange, Wyoming Avenue.
M COLUMBUS II HOUSE
Is tho most, popular musical establishment in Northeaston; Penrw
sylvania. The highest grade of Pianos and Organ. Tlie
lowest prices obtainable anywhere arid the meat liberal
terms ever offered to purchasers are some 01 die
leading inducements. Look at the list
Vose & Sons ' Pianos,
Popular Pease Pianos.
THE WORLD RENOWNED
Story & Clark Organ:.
Chicago Cottage Organs.
Aud ail binds ul Misdeal McrBaallvs
ctustLiitiy on baud.
The Iloli'lays aro here, and this is the plact to buy Pianos for a Cbristtiia
Preeent, Prices are lower than any other music store in Scranton. S;ioial
Attention Remember always when yon Mart ont tc search for ( Piano or Or
fan that Christotilier Columbus points with his right hand to tbe exact place
you want to go, Now here Itia:
205 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
J. W. Guernsey, Prop.
PRING . . .
Best quality and
220 Lacka. Avenue.
Special for This Com
Men's Cork Solo Laco Shoes,
Goodyear welt, $4 grade. C") K
Men's Cork Sole Lnce Shoes,
hand.sewedwelt.fS grade, to dQ ("to
Ladlea Dongola, Ki.l Button,
Patented Tip, Goodyear
welt, Common sense last, all Q OA
1 1 . 50 grade, to be O -. 0 7
Ladies' Pino Kid Putton.cork
soles, hand turn, Common
Sense last, only a tew pairs QO )
of the in, fi grade, to be... 0'-'
Ladies' Dull Dongola Pntton,
double sales, Common Sense O') .
only, $1 grade clos.sl out at C-' '
Misses' Straight Gnat Button,
sprint: heel, sizes 11 to 8; 3 i? I(
grade will sell at (Mi l.'
Boys' School shoo?, button and
laoe,slasll to 0; $199 will it"
sell at FIG
A Rich CLOTH
J AC K ET, Full
Sleeve, na y,blacli
and tan. Cosl ti
make, 16. 'or
We w ill cive you
tho choice of 40
Jackets, all this
Not one in tlip
lot that cost less
than $12 to $20.
and WRAPS, It
w ill pay you to
see Uiis offering
' We need room for new Sprin
i Slock, Visit us,
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Ladies' Ta.l.i" . Oloak linkers
an. I Furriers,
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