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THE SCI? ANTON TRIRUXR-FHIDAY MORNING. MARCH 2. 1-t.
MR. J. L E TELLE will oontinna
the buiiness under the Brm name of
btelle 5c Seeley.
THE BVBB POPUtiAH
WEBER and SHAW PIANOS
in QBBAT VAKIKTY. Al.su
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Popular, reliable and wit bin ryour reach.
HALLET & DAVIS
Hive taken over 100 Qi'it premiums !.
llae pHt tifty year.
(Wier makes ef Pianos. Four msk. nf
Oipan in beautiful new design See our
MckJ belore buying. We have tho siood.
tiur prious are right EvoryiUiuu iu (he
STELLE k SEELEY
IS4 Wyoming Ave.. Seranton. t's.
BEWARB OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE GENUINE POPUUR
HU UM WMMIM I Mil
HAVE THE INITKIS
B. & Co ,
fmrf'ni1 en Esojj Ctr
Carney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
H. B. WARE!
EYE, EAR, NOSE A-ND THROAT.
1TO U.SO A.K.
i.3UTO &.0U ML
CFFICE BOORS :
35 WYOMING AVE.
J. P. S ocker, of Jermyu, was iu th city
L. P. Weilemiiu, of Forest L'iiy, i at the j
B. P. N'ortlirop, of Tuukhautiock. is at
Mrs. R Campbell, o? Susquehanna, was
at the Wyoming yesterday.
Mr.E.L Lyude is visiting her d iuihter,
Mrs John Ryuian at D.ill.
Deputy Protbouotory Myron Kasson
pent yesterday in Montrose.
Ex-Sharifi W, T. Lewis loft yesterday
for Book Lad go, Fla. , for a few weeks,
Henry Hoar, of Elmharst, h.n Ikmu ap
pointed a fish warden by Goveruor Patti
son. Mies Sudiee Oliver.of Easton.is the gneet
of her sister, lira. H. C. Dale, of Madison
John Waiier. is visiting his pireuts, on
MonMy avenue, after a two years' tour of
Ei-Jnde H. M. Seeley delivered the last
of a aeries of lactases last ninc at the
Hocesdaie Baptist church.
William McClnv '.of M;id:snn rtvenvte.left
yesterday for few.mee Springs, Flu. in
hopes of regaining his health.
E. S. Whitney, Carbon d de, and 'roorge
W. Flail and iteorge L. Pfouhs, Wiliies
Barre. were registered at the Forest house
Miss Alice Deppen. of the West Side, has
been appointed clerk in the board of
health department Mid began her autis
T. M. Righter. Mount Cnrtnel: K. M.
Smith, Alden; Waiter Lalieenrlng, s-andy
Run, and M. B, Kmmerer, Mauch Chunk,
aie at the Wyoming.
Jamei Masters, jr., ha accepted a
position with tho Pennsylvania Cotl
company as breaker foreman at Oypsy
Mrs. Neil Ferguson spent Wednes
day witn relatives at Avoca.
An sleetrie lijht is needed bidlv it
the corner of (Jhnrsh and Drinker
streets. Two r.utiet came in oollia
ion thre last wwiing bat luckily no
one was hint The ligh'a in either
direction are just far enorlgb away to
giro a blinding -lTect. and neither dri
ver was awar? of th olose proximity
of the other until they culi idd.
R-v Ralph frilUrn arid nis assi itant,
Mr. I'ro ton, will rondnr:t theprerara -tory
service at the Pre byte run church
The fnno"al of Frederick D-vel oc
enrred at Petershnr vsterday after
noon at tiio Methodist Epicopal church.
A lar COtl OOtl fM of friends attended
the services. Ezra Griffi i pott, (irand
Army of the Republic, of which the
dece isd wai a member, attended in a
body. Interment was mad in the
ft. W. Potter and Son hav plan"'! a
bsndeome siu In front of tlnir umat
?iliss Eninu (iillmrt visiteJ friandl
Mrs. Gertrnae ICoKm( of Srracnsi,
N. Y , is visiting htr c rutin, Mr Ed
ward Angwio, Jr., on Blnkalaf st.rot.
The many frien Js of IfiM liana Cap
well spent a ploMMt ov-rnn t h-ir
borne, on Cherry stre-t, Wednesdiy
CRAIG IS DEPUTY COLLECTOR.
He IiiuiihiI '.hi Dalle of Hli Niw Of
11 ' Yesterday,
Willinm Craig, who lias been a dp
nty in tho aheriff's offloi for a number
of years, yesterday astumeri th duties
of hi new office as deputy revenue col
lector. William S. .Ton-s, wiio Blltd
that position Ittndei Collector Penman
will remain iu tho offico for a short
For the prent at least no ono will
be appointed to succeed Air. Craig in
the sheriff's ofSre. Mr. Knliey tall yes
terday that With tho force of deputies
now at hil disposal he can easily tram
sol ali the business of the sheriffs office.
Happening or a Pay Hit Will Intorest Uydc
CELEBRATION OF ST. DAVID'S DAY
e'upper and Entsrtainmont Hold Last
Evening by the Ladies ol Iho Tab -r-
nacle Congregational Church- Ma
jor Wright Inspects Company F at
Its Armory Death of Thomas Dj
vies, of Fifteenth Strjet.
(The Weat Si,t oHloa af thu BoaatrtON
riuBDiri i loeatadat 143 Booth M iln ave
nue, wherotubserlptions, adariiaoiantt
and commnnieatioa wlU receive prompt
A very pleasant alV.tir ws the enter
taiiimeiit and inpp r given last even ing
by the ladiai of the Tabernaole
CongMgational ohuroh iu booor of Si.
David's Day. A largo audience was
present, fend theeyning was one of
much enjoyment Benjamtu Hughea
was ohairman ol tha evening. An ex
oellent programme of a literary aud
! musical ehaiseter was reu.ler.'il, and
ad i nea on 8t. David s Dy vote made
by th m my Welsh Bards present. In
the basement of the church, elaborate
preparations for a least had been made.
Five tables, with a seating capacity
of 100 adorned the hill ami pretty
inuiJetH waited upon tho guests The
Indies who attended th,- tables were:
No. 1. Mr Jones, Mrs Thomas, Hiss
Sarah Pit oh ford, Miss Annie Darling
and R.ohrl Reese; table No. 8, Mi
How. 11 Kee.se, Mr Phillips, Miss Fan
nie Jones and Miss Liglis Williams;
table No 8, Mrs. John L. Thomas,aira
Philip J Leonard, Miss Mary J. Evans
and sliss Casals Reese j tiole No. -I,
S'.rs Redman, Mrs, w. u. Jones, Miss
Sarah Morgan an I Miss Mary Hopkins;
table No. 5, Hiss Miry Ann Reese,
Miss MasK'" Evens, l iss srsii Ann
Evans'snd Mr. Evan Keese. W. Coo 1
hines was saterer.
XnspSOtSd Lat Eve!i'ig.
St. D.irii'e ball, the armory of Com
pany Fi i undergoing a general im
provement For some time pist men
have bseu at work renevatiag tlie
bmiding and it noT presents a very
:;e.t appearance. A new lbor has been
laid and th walls neatly papered. The
large room is also painted throughout
The annual Inspection of tbe company
was made last eveuiug by M ijor J.
Ridgeway Wright, of Wllkes-Barre, a
member of Grovernor Pattlson's stutf.
The company numbered fifty four and
went throngh the many iutrieacie of
the drill in a inmu.T whlah refl-wted
great credit upon the men and their
captain, L. D Fellows. Colonel Ripple
and staff were present nt tbs inspection.
IN HONOR OF ROBERT EMMET.
Entertainment to lie Given at Muic:
Hull Sunday Nik in.
On Sunday evening the 116th anni
versary of Robert Emmet, the youug
lnh martyr.wlll be celebrated atMnsic
hall by tho John ifitobell olnb, Tim
following programme will o rendered:
Piano solo Miss Julia Allen
oeal sell), "Kami"!' of liimi."
Mr. Will P. Oreen.
Words by John B, Barrett. Music by Ed
.1 . Smith.
Mi s Lizzie tleiri'y
Tbema and Variation "
a Florence schilling
By U. Proeb.
tlse Mamie Ronan
Br J' dm Bavans.
ll solo, "Lot .Me Fold Thee l ies '.
FIRE 111 A UUPXONE CABLE BOX.
Burned Out the Linei Kuaninsr to Oronn
At 10.10 last night a crossed wire
sent a heavy charge of electricity into
the telephone cable box attached to one
of the poles in front of the Seranton
Wood Working Company's factory on
The wood work of the box became
ignited nnd burned out the connections
of all the wires running into the bog.
An nlnrm was turned in from box 10,
to which the Central City companies
responded. Tho flames were extin
guished without difilaulty.
The fire destroyed tho telephone ser
vics between the Central City and
Eenth cf Thotna Dvi3.
Thomas Davies, aged ii, a resident
of Fifteenth trset, died yesterday
morning at -I o'clock after a week' ill-n-:s
with pnenmonia. Mr. D ivies
was born at New Town, Rlivmney,
South Wales, and cam - to thi country
twentv-two year a.'O He was a m-.iu-ber
of Enterprne lodge. No, 31, Loyal
Knight of America, Silurian lodge,
Independent Order of Old Fellows,and
a member of the First Welsh Congre
gational church. lie wis held In high
esteem by his acquaintances, H-? is
survived by bis Widow nnd threo chil
dren. The funeral will take place on
Sunday at 3 80 o'clock.
Tendered a Surpriee Party.
M. 1! Mauman, of Price street, was
tendered m surprise pr..y on Tuesday
evening by his numerous frsen !s. Se
leetions were rendered hy the Keystone
iuart;te, consisting of Davi 1 Handera,
Will Collins, J, W. Jones nnd Michael
Long. Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. M. Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Ketobam, Mr. and Mr. S. C Biavers,
Mr. bikI Mrs. R. J. Marsh,
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Jataos, Mr. and
Mrs, W T. Mnsileman, Mr. and Mrs.
E. H. Wilson, Mr. and Mr?. J. Lam
bert, Misses Laura Struuk, Gertie
Woolbaugb, Jnoi Woolbangb, s.
Adkinson, Lizzie Marab, and Jama
Beavers, Rjb-rt Beavers, Edwnrd
Webster, John Davis, Samul Koerner
and Henry Protiieroe, of the North
Bridget O'n-un Bnsisd.
The funeral of Miss Bridget O'Brien
occurred yesterday afternoon from the
residnce of her sister, Mrs. llnrv
Poghe, of Luzerne street. At 3 80
o'clock the rrinains were removed to
St. Patrick's church, Wbsrs an impres
sive eulogy was dl:vr-d by Rov.
Father Donne, The floral tributes were
numerous and consisted of many neat
design. The pall bearers were Mi
chael i levers, JaineS Graham, Michael
Graham. Thomas Durkin, Thomas
Connors and John Kenny.
Short Newa Notes.
John T. 'Phillips, of 300-1 Washburn
street, died yesterday after an illness
of sis month He is survived by his
willow and three children, Thomas,
David and U'dieucs, the wife of B'li
jstnln S Phillips, of Bellevus. The
deceased was a native of A her lure,
South Wales, Interment at Washburn
street cemetery a' If :i0 p. m. Sunday
Bargains iu hosiery at Mears it
The employes at the Hyds Park Con
tinental and Arr.hbiM niins w-re paid
yesterday. The Diamond and Sloan
men will be paid today.
A drive in geriis' tie, collars an!
cull's and SflSpendeM at Mears &
Alderman Oram, of the Fourth ward,
has Vacated his office oil North .Mam
avenue and will for the- remainder of
hia term condui t the busiu ss at hi
Home on .lorm somuer aVSOUS,
Full li-i of gents' furnishing goods
at Mom & I lagan's.
Tho fuiionil of Mrs. Davi 1 Comer, of
Newton ('enter, who died on Tuesday
last will occur tomorrow, Interment
will be made in the Newton cemetery.
She was 8d year of age nnd is survived
by a husband and several children.
Our o0 cent carsot is a beauty.
MlADI ite Baokn,
A very pleasant birthday party wa
given in honor of Miss Cordelia Owen,
at the home of hi r parents, Mr and
Mr. William B O.ven on North Broni
loy avenue, yesterday afternoon,
Mr. S. R BldrldgC Sbd daughter
E lua, of Brooklyn, re, are guests nt
the borne of Mr and Mrs. D. G. Mor
gan. We guarantee our $1 kid gloves.
Mt'.Aits & Haiien.
The fourth annual ball ot Company
F. Thirteenth Regiment, National
Guard of Pennsylvania, will be held at
its Armory, St. David's hall, on Thurs
day oreuiiig, Mar. 10.
FbOWICKS U1VKN AWAY.
On Saturday evening, commencing
nt 7, to every customer buying 00 cents
worth of good we will give a beautiful
bouquet Mkaks & If aOkn,
415 Lackawanna avenue.
Uavourneen" Hiss Annie Roche
Address Rev. P. J. MeManns
Vocal solo, "Sml Will Be Kathleen."
Mis. Maggie Harrington
Recitation Miss Mumie Boland
Voral H'do MlSkJUela Allen
Reoitatl o, "Erta'e Flag" T. J, Cooney
Vocal solo. "1'he Daisy."
Mrs Florence BohiUing
NO STRlKt AT LACE FACTORY.
Ten Per Caar RedUStlsn BaS Uu Ac
t'-ptid bv Besploysc
loliu M. Kemmerer said Inst uiht
that the report that there was a strike
among the employes of the lac fac
tory at Green Ridge wa unfounded.
"A week aro last BatUrday," said
Mr. Kemmerer, aws) uotlfltd onr em
ployes that ws would have to reduce
their wages 10 p,r cent , and naturally
it created sotns disiatlsfaotion, An
impression obtained among the work
people that the reduction would not im
Into effect at once, and when they re
ceived their wages Wednesday and
found that the cut was operative some
protested and a eommlttea ws ap
pointed to wait Upon me Tiie cut baa
oeen accepted, however, and there is
00 trouble on that sc ire.
"We are not working the weaving
department ot' the mill at preut on
account of t ne slackness of orders, and
probably will not until a week from
- - .
RtSULT OF flBEitBACK AUTOPSY.
Jury Will Frlublv Ruurn Verdict That
Death F.dloered Natural OaUSSS.
An aUtODSV wa performed yesterday
by Cormier Kelly, asitel by Dr Mc
A n news, on the remains of .loon Ab
erlnok, the Hebrew, who expired sud
denly at the corner of Penn avenue
and Mulbery street.
The result showed tiiat there was no
cause for a susplolon of death a a re
sult of a wound spin the head received
in a fieht. From testimony it was the
coroner's opinion that death resulted
from heart disas. The jury will meat
toniiilit at the court house, when a ver-
diot of death from heart disease will
probly be rendered.
I The following compose the jury: B.
F. Siiuir, Dr. MoAndrsws, Martin
Bird. P. F. Rowley, Walter E D.tvin
and J. J. Campbell.
ANOTHER TWILIGHT RECITAL.
It Will B O ven at Kim Park Church on
Osorse B. Carter has consented to
dive one more rocital nt E m Park
church, Saturday afternoon In order
to sccommointe a lar'e niiinoer or
Wiiks-Bsrre nnd Carbondale people,
the recital will begin at 4 30 promptly,
the door closing at that hour Any
i fFerinar nt the door will be accepted
for admission, tho proceeds beintf given
to the poor. The programme:
Overture, "Stradella" Flotow.
Buss Solo Mr. Thomas
'Last Rose of Summer". .. .Arr. by Buck.
Prelude and Kusue. Kach.
i'anWsio do C-iticert La x.
Duet Mrs. O'Brien and Mr. Wooler.
"The Storm ' Leininens
STARTLING SCENIC EFFECTS.
The Performance at Wondirlanfl Ia Bet
tr Than Ev r Before.
"Under the Gaslight," a sensttionnl
comedy drama in hve act, was pre
sented bv the Wonderland stock com
pany at that, the-.tre last evening. The
play i on the same line as others of its
elajs. and presents many opportunities
for comedy work.
During its action svsral special
pieces of scenery ar presented, The
first is Pier aO. New York city, and tho
second is the great railroad acene where
a perfect locomotive dashes across the
stsie Tho Boworv dance was one of
the b"St SDfOitltiei ever introduced at
at Wonderland The entertaitim"u'
us a whole, is first-cless.
I of a Day 'Ilia! Will Interest
Hidj Trlbmie Kwdurs.
ECHOES OF THE RECENT ELECTION
John F. Kearney nnd Henry Coylc,
Defeated Councllmnnlc Candidates
in tha Twelfth Ward, to Content
William Council's Gonorous Gift -Councilman
Westpfahl Wants Trac
tion Company to to a Build a Bridge.
AT. doubts can be dispelled relative
to the Intentions of John F. Kearney
and -Henry Coyle, the defeated candi
dates for council in the Twelfth ward,
rsgardiug a contest. Thess gentlemen
have their attorneys, Connolly & Diivls,
bard at work prsparing the papers In
an interview ui evening Mr Coyle
expressed himself thin "If I were de
feated one vote and detested iquare I'd
1st it gO; On' I am nut going lO he
fooled out Why. Judge Arch bald,
from the bnch said that
there was sufflolent ground for
a contest Ws will see if
election boards In the Twelfth
Ward can take the law into their own
hands." Later in the evening the r-
porier nii-t Ms, Morgan Sweeney n-
Is not in the lens) disturbed. The par
tisans on ouch side are endeavoring to
see which can raise the loudest cry of
Fraud!" Coyle was defeated by 0
votes an I Kearney by '11.
VOLUNTEER F I R E M F N ' 5 CHARTER.
Application fir One Filed Wttb
Pr thonotary Pryor.
District Attorney John I'. Kelly yee
terday filed with Prothonotary Pryor
an implication for a charter for the
volunteer rir-inens .ilutual lieiielit
'I he organization lias beon in p.tIsI
nr.e lor SOUS nine an I naa a larift
in"inherhii uiuoni,' tiie fireman of thi
city. The following are the subaorihers
to ton article of incorporation: r rei
W , zleman. P. J. Mickey, Oharle M
Ziieiman, Lincoln s Tillman, A. 1
Vorbis, Thorn u F tfbon, L K. Fran
coie, .J. ll K'viioiiis, ,i on tiiiti Tiuan
jr., T. F. Ziieiman and John Boss.
NO C USt OF ACTION.
Thai's What Arhltrntnra In the Stegmnti
Wi,U Cee Said.
Arbitrators T. P. Hohan, John
Commlngs and George W. Begleyes
tetday av mi awatd of no cause
action in the ease of v. W Btegmnn
ai'ninst It. C Wills.
Mr. Btegman sued the defendant to
recover $l,000damn"s fur Injuries nl
it"'d to have ben siistaiueil at the
bands of Mr. Wills.
Considerable testimony in the case
was heard by the arbitrators yesterday
mornilg Attorney Fred Stark sp
psarSd for the plaintiff and Attorney
Fi. C. NeWOOmb for tho defendant,
CARRYING PARCfLS PROHIBITED.
Much A'liioyancn and Loin of Tim Are
During the past few days a notice
has been posted In the dispatcher's of
fice of the Seranton Traction company,
at Franklin avenue, which positively
prohibits the carrying of all parctds by
inotnriiien nnd conductor.
This practice has become so aunoy
ingof late that it line been found abso
lutely Impossible to maintain the sched
ule, much valuable time beinit lost by
the many stops incident to th delivery
of parcels. Of course this only applies
to parcels not accompanied by passen
gers. Tho rule is absolute.
Paiist Milwaukee Inner beer on draught
and ltockaway oysters fresh from tho
shell at John Ldiihan's,
Ut Lackawanna avenue. 4
A i i o-1 ee i MbMB Beor.
I .:. 1 Lehman's, ifci. Myruce ot.
MdBafDafi now Turkish bath. Every
thing new. 50U Spruce street, opposite
A Law Bnit sttlad.
n spisole iu Minooka that attracted
much nusavorv atli-nli m w is t is - suit
hronght by Agnes Bobnn. n maiden ot
17 summers, against G-orge Shee-
uan, a youth who is vigorously en leav-
ilng to nurture a beard. Miisliihau
loes the cooking nn I Sliopping for th
household of Mr. Agneer, all engineer
il the Seranton Axle works, whine
wife left his home without savin good
bye.Bbeehan repeated stories r fleeting
upon the onaraoter r inm r, ,, .o
Damages were laid at bnsenan s thres
hold by the slandered girl YoUerdar-
Iny, however, the proosedlngS were
abruptly ipiaahod Bheeban mile a
satisfactory retraction and u ill all
Mr. Cnnli' Omnroalty.
Reliable Information authorizes the
announcement tiiat William Oonuell
will convey graluitonalv the plot ol
Hid ut Pittston avenue and Brook
street to the William Connell Hose
company, No. 0, lor the erectiou of a
building. I In- quarters of the com
pany at present are not contral. Thi
would be a splendid site for the
boys, than whom there are no more
dtuifnl volunteer members in the city.
It has come to pasa that no surprise
follows new of Air. Connell's benefac
tions. They occur so often and are of
such public benotit that people have
not been able to find words suitably
Fred Jnnes aud John Davis, young
Unsioians of l--e.il note, are organizing
a mixed choir to compete for u AW
prize which will be Contested for at the
icursioii ot the Dunmoro Catholic
congregation to Lko Ariel ueit Fourth
f July. The membership must not
exced eighty nor go below sixty. The
competitors are not excluded ju ac
count of religious persuasion. The
choir is open to all classes.
A N-w Bridge.
Select Councilman c. w. Westpfahl
ha Mibmitte.l to tne Seranton Trac
tion mipany a measure that he intends
to have fulfilled, if energy counts for
alight. He wants to have the Traction
company erect a bridge the wi Ith of
Maple street before it begins the new
extension of the South Bids line,
Interesting Nnws Noioi.
Max Phillip and Fmii Smith will
leave next Saturday for Chicago, On
their return they will bring a carload
Ilargains in hosiery nt M"ars it
l inti v Kelly, an infant son of l). F
Kelly, of Maple street, was painfnlly
burned yesterday by a can of hot
gretae, which was resting ou the back
of the kitchen stove, falling upon him
Tim father i at present in the hospital
siilT-r i ii ir from sn injured foot
A drive iu iruts' lie, collars and
cnlf and suspenders at Mears St
.Morgan j ones, wnn was cruieea in
tho Dpeet of a sleighing parly Of which
lie wa a member, was around for th
Hrst time yesterday, lie mail" hiH np
psaranCS on crutches
Full line i f gents' furnishing goods
at Hears Usgon t.
The officers of L-ickuw.inna townsht
will take the oath Ot office next Mon
day. 1 ii" place of ni'o'titig will b at
Jonn F, Davis' hotel In laylor.
Our 60 cent corset is a beauty,
MBAR8 & II IOBN
Two funerals were h-ld yesterday
ar eriio in in MinnoRS, l li young
daughter nf Mlohesl Waleli ami tiu ion
of John Phil bio were buried iu St. Jo
Edward Dm kin, of Brook street, will
begin Ilie erection of ,i largo double
block in a week or so.
Wo guarantee onr ;-l kid trlnves.
UBAR8 iV: Haubn
Mlohsel Hale will bo a candidate of
the Henry Coyle party ot the Twelfth
ward for delegate to the next Demo
cratic county convention.
An eleven-ponnd daughter arrived
at tbs home ol Air. and Mrs. George
Fiable, ol stone avenue, yesterday.
FLOWEBS 01VBM away.
On Bsturday evening, commencing
at 7. to evi ry customer buying DU
cut worth of L'onl we will give a
beeutll ui boinpint.
MR ARB it llAdltN,
415 Lsokawanna avenue.
This is what the Philadelphia Bulle
tin says of "Blue Grass,' which comes
to the Academy of Mil ie Monday eve
ning: "Blue Grass" was produced at
the Chestnut Street theatre last night
before an enthusiastic andisnoe, Ti e
play wnn well received, and its produc
tion was iii the bands of ucapahle com
pany, and the pel Ini'iuaiics wnii enjoy
able and successful.
At the Academy of Music, on Friday
livening next, an actor of great merit
and who is probably known to a few In
Seranton will make Ins first appear
ance. Ills nam is Felix Morris, and
his . reputation a a oharseter actor of
remarkable ability Ii well known in all
of I ue large cities. One of the many
features of tbs engagement is tne ex
olleiit cat which surrounds Mr, Mor
ris, and the completeness of tlio pres
entatiOOl oil ring attractiveness of
more than usual merit.
WOKUJN LOST HIS CASE.
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?
QRICES on brand-new Suits and Over
coals in our windows will convince
you that we are about giving them away.
Martin & IDelany
Coal Exchange, Wyoming Avenue.
Ha Wai Also Dirctd to Pay the De
fendant gl 69
Arbitrator Byron Ak-uly, II. L. Tay
lor and ! W. Dawson yesterday filed
an award of gl.QU iu lavor of Slim -r
Bros, iu tho case of M. B, Warden
against them which was tried on Tuesday.
Mr. Warden sued to recover 8:tT.'iO,
whioli he clitimod the defendants owed
hiiu. They presented a claim to offset
A unw bicycle worth ?- will lie sold for
!8a. The iiiHchiiin is c.niir:.nti -ed nnd is a
mre bargain. Machuiu may be teen al the
U nr want the later styles and finish
in photography, vou can net it at LiritflnV,
Wyoming avenue, we lire lutrouucwgi
new novelties constantly.
Badleaton Woerz's and Ballantine's
Ales sre the tiest. K.J. Walsh, ayent, 83
205 Lackawanna Ave
Progressive Euchre Prizes.
Tall Flower Vases,
P B P L
R A I A
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WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
S The hi: mm: New S
- ESTAB. 1866. S
g Now Yuri e; are rooms. No. C
so flfta avenue
I E, C, RICKBR & CO., I
9oii dealer! In thi Mutton g
MARCH 2, 1894.
Four choice of Unci' beautiful
pictures, "TelophoneQiri," "De
liveriflg Ohriatmaa Presents'1
mid "Maidens Swinging," Bond
by mail oi messenger or in itio;
coupon like- this of three differ
cut dales, with 10 rents, Stamps
or coin, to
Cor. l'enn Ave. and Spruco St.
A lot Second
hand Bicycles will
be sold at your own
price. We have a few
Hoys' Wheels, list
5oand$()o; will sell
for $35 and $10
until April ist.
PR I NO . , .
Best quality and
220 Lacka. Avenue.
Special for This Cora-
Men's Cork Sole Lace
Goodyear Welt, $4
Sell! Sell! Sell!
This Is the Order of the Day.
Men's Cork Sole Lace Sloes,
Lmlies' Dongola, Kid Button,
Pstented Tip, Ooodyeur
welt, Common sense lat, all
$4,5(1 grade, to be
Ladies' Fine Kid Mutton, cork
soles, hand turn, Common
Sense lnt, only a few pairs
of them. $"i grade, to be...
Ladies' Doll Dongola Button,
double soles. Common Sense
only, $4 grade closed entat
Mipses' Straight Goat Button,
spring heel, sizes 11 to 2; '2
trade will sell at
to see our new
Boys' School Shoes, Vuttnii and
laie, siz-.-s 11 to 'J; $1 S3 Will
Arcade Shoe Store.
Arc at Plent Ihp M.v.! P, pnl.-vr nnd I'ri-fprrrd br
Warsreemi i opposite Cetumbus Monumeni.
205 Witshington Av. Scran ton. Pa.
We want vou
Spring Stiiek of
for the season of "94.
Styles nil new ami nobby.
Made of cloths that will wear.
Stock Larger and
Greater than Ever
You are Welcome, Buy or Xot.
6. W. OWENS
(. loak .Makers and rurners.
Court House Square.
HOW LIKE A
MAN HE FEELS
j AST YEAR he had saved 300,
' He bought a honse worth $1600
paid 1300 down, gave a morfr
gage for $1,550, Today he esti
mates as follows:
Ren) saved s-m ivi
inn rest on mortgas fn 09
Taxea and repair m :o tin ,n
Net snviiiir on rent jiltfi IB
aavod on salary ISO 00
Toappl) on morttfiiire JJTil 60
BltPLBOTIOM "iu i oi it yean thai
bonss wtll be frae fi nm debl ami l hhuil
llHe it liolllu of my oil ll. "
OBKKM IttnOE ii the paradise tut
hemea Finn A So as have raoanisy tin-
Ulleil it bsMttflll Villa, Wrhlefej tlley olli-r.
on easy paymsuta, nt ilSSO.
i nn in in. ilt offloe, betwoen Waeblnitoa
imii Adaasson Otlvesteeea
EZRA FINN & SONS.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
Florey & Holt
408 Spruce Street.
The Hreat Marvel ofDental BdenOQ
A recent discovery and the selo
Henwood k WaiM,
316 Lackawanna Ave.
WHAT J. Q, SFAMOXSSAYS ABOUT
li; in NWOOD vv.vuni i i
After hevlBK aleven teetli extrnctoil nt
om n ;. hy tbepataitess luethon. I prn
liounne 11. eutlre)- HutUfaetorv in every
pitrticulnr. J. a. SKANOS.
By Dr. Shimberg,
The Speriiillst on tlio Kyo. lleuilnoliee nml
NervonsnesH reliovo.l. LnteMt mill Iniprovud
Stylo of Kyo Ola1 nnd BpSOSaoISS lit tlio
l.owont PrloSS Host Artilloial Kye Inserted
jog SPRUCE ST., op. Post Office.
I TRIBUNE BOOK CODPON.
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for iliHlrUiiitlttt; pOPUlW ooolt
ii in o n u onr ti'inleri. Tu ott'rrn iniailo
b Tho Tribuuu uiuuatoiUuut uru
15 CENTS and PcmrCQpM fr
uny vol mn v in tlif 1'filnmbuii Se
ricei. Oxvr 100 titles to MltMl IVwiii.
v ; . and Four CoUpOQI for n 1,1
voLuuto r- i of DIoWvuh' comploK.u
"i1 OBtfTfl iuhI Four tin pi ns for
nny book tu tho Itti(by wrios.
'l fS and Four 'outoiin fur
nny book In tlio Oxford lerln