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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORNING. MARCH 3. 18!M.
STELLE &SEELEY NEWS FROfl WEST SIDE
MR. J. L. STELLK will continue
the business under the tiriu name of
SStelle & Seeley.
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35 WYOMING AVE.
Miss Parah lie Lane is in New York.
George W. West, of Mlddletown, N. Y.,
is it: the city.
Ray 51. Coibv, of Owego, N. Y . was in
th rity yesterday.
George L. Bememan, of East Maueh
Chunk, is in the city.
iliss Jenni- Andrews was visiting at
F.B. Weed and T. O. Lacey.of Bingham
ton, are at the Westminister.
A. L. Lewis, of Cleveland, an oflicer of
the Scrauton Drop Forge works, is at the
Joseph R. Wilson, of Suawmont, Phila
delphia, and William L. liiyley, of Hazle
tou, are at the Wyoming.
Conductor Isaac T. Robinson, of the Oly
phant and Peckville hue, has resumed his
work after a two weeks llluesg.
C. 0. Dorshimer. of Tunklianuock, nud
A. D. Gardner and W. D. Philips, of Fac
toryville, are registered at the Foreit
Prof. (Jeorge P. Bible, of the Etst
Stroudsbtirs Normal school, and Rev. T.
W. Joues, of Philadelphia, are at the Val
Professor Bolles, chief of the bureau of
statistics, who is to lecture at Young Men's
Christian Assoc'ation hall Monday even
ing on the World's fair, for the benefit of
the Y'our.g Women's Christian association,
will be the guest of Lieutenant Governor
Watres during his stay in tha city.
TOMORROW'S CHURCH SERVICES.
3. F. Jones will preach
Subject. "The Magnetic
7.J0 p. m., subject, "The
a Day That Will Interest Rjdl
MRS. MARGARET JONES BURIED
Services at the First Welsh Congre
gational Church Officers of Hept.v
sophs Installed Contractor William
Byrnes Repaid for Work at the
Hyde Park Shaft Miss Williams
Leaves for Bermuda Islands Other
Items of Interest.
at. 10.80 a. m.
Power of Christ;'
Elm Pari Methodist Episcopal
Church VF. h. Paaree, Dastor. Jioming
service at 1U..10 o'rlock, subject, "Our
Victory Through Christ.'' Evening subject,
"Bartered Birthright." Sunday school
at 3 o'clock. Epworth league at 6 31)
Pikst Eaptist Church Pastor T. J.
Collins will preach Sabbath at lu.30 a. m.,
7.30 p. m. Morning theme. "The Royal
Family.1' Evening theme, "Sowing aud
Reaping " Seats free. AH welcome.
Second I'kksiiytkkia.v Ciii.rcii Rev.
Charles E. Robinson, I). L)., pastor, service
at 10:30 a. m. and ".HO p. in. The pastor
will begin in the evening a series of Sun
day evening lfctures on the "Grunt Wornm
of the Old Testament, " subject, "Miriam.''
All seats free In the evening. All we'eome
at all services. There will be a prelimin
ary service of praise.
Saint LttTXI'R Church Rev. Rogers
Israel rector. Kourth Sunday in L lit. Holy
communion, H a.m. Sermon, L0:80 a. m. ;
Sunday school, 3 p. m. ; evouing
prayer and sermon, 7.31 p. m. ;
nursery open at 10 a. m , at 888
Washington averuo, whero children will
be kindly caiVd for while parents attend
8A1HT I.ukh's DumtOM Mimio.v A. L.
Oban in charge. Sunday school 3 p. m.;
evening prayer and sermon, 4 p.
Simpson Methodist Episcopal Church
Preaching morning and evening by the
pastor, Rev. L. O. Floyd. Sabbath school
at lli m.; Enwurth and Junior Leagues at
6 p. m. Strangers are welcome.
Washhurn Street I'kkxiivtkkian
Ciiuri;h Morning, communion services;
evening, special song service, assisted by
CnuRCH op Christ KciENTisT-Spen-cer
building, Slit Adams avmiue. Bible
lesson at 10.30 a. m. Church servicos at
7.80 p. m. D. N. McKee, speakor. All are
welcome. Seats free.
First Presbyterian Ciichch Wash
ington avenue. Preaching in the morning
by the pa ttor. Rev. James McLe id, L). I).,
and lu the evening by the Rev. A. Ban
Ollel, of Jerusalem, who will speak of hi s
missionary experience in th Holy Land.
Calvary Reformed Ohuroh Corner of
Monroe avenue and Gibson street. Rev.
W. H. Stubblebine, pastor. Preaching
10:80 s. m. and 7;30 p. tn. Morning theme,
"Eating at the Kmg9 Table" Evening,
first sermon in course on Heiven, "Is
there a Heaven'- Where-"
Pknn Amnion Baptist Church Itcv.
Warren G. Partridge, pastor. Services at
10.30 a. in. and at 7.80p.m. The Lord's
supper will bo celebrated in the morning.
Subject in the evening, "The Mm of Hoi -rows."
All are welcome
DuNMuRE Presbyterian Church At
the morning service at 10.30 a. in., the
sacrament of the Lord's supper will lie ad
ministered and new members received.
Rev. Ralph Gillam, assistant of B. Fay
mills, will speak at tho evening service at
7.81, and Mr. Ira Bronsou, soloist, will as
sist with the music. The Gospel choir will
sing. Sabbath school, as usual, at uoou.
All are welcome.
Grace Church The Sabbath servic 'it
10.80 a. m., 7.30 p. in. Morning sut
"Jeuevay Jireh," gen. 23:34. Even
"The Regeneration of Heaven and Hurt
Rev. till. Union Bible class, Thur.d.
evening at 7.45. Rev. Skellenger on Fridii
at 7.45, p. in.
Trinity Lutheran Church. Adams
avenuo, corner Mulberry street Rev. E.
L. Miler, pastor. Services at 10.30 a.m.,
and 7.30 p. m.
St. David's Church-Rbv. M. ft Hill,
rector. Morning prayer and litany at 10.80,
evening prayer and sermon at 7.80, Sunday
school at 2.80, Daily Lenten services at 4
p. m., except Fridays at 7,80 p. in Seats
(The West Side ortlee of the BOHArTTOH
Tribune is located at MS Booth Main ave
nue, where subscriptions, adverkUemeaH
and rommuuicatioas will recsive prompt
Tho funeral of Mrs. Margaret .laiuss
wife of ex-Police. Utlleer William
James, of Kynon strnet, ocenrred yes
terday afternoon from the family resi
lience. The remains were taken to the
First Welsh Congregational church,
where the pastor. Rev, 1). Jones, con
ducted an kmpi essive service, during
which he epos. a high praise of their
departed sister. The floral offerings
were a beautiful pillow inscribed with
the word "Sister" and a handsome
floral basket. The pall Iwarers were
J. T Williams, Thomas Williams, John
H. Divies, Hesse Qriffitht, Reese Pow
ell and Richard Reese, Interment was
made a Washburn street cemetery.
Installation of Officers.
District Depot? C U. Boland In
stalled the ohloers of the Improved
Order of Heptasopbea at Clark's hall
on South Maia avenue on Tuesday
evening as follows: Archon, E D.
Jones ; provost, E CI. Lxe; inspector,
Daniel Phillips, corresponding secre
tary, Gr. W. Darling; tiiuncier, E. E.
Evans; treasurer, Georg" W. Jenkins,
warden, Daniel Stuitu ; seutinei, Evan
Ripil Work at Shaft Sinking.
Contractor William Bynon, of Hamp
ton street, yetrJay completed the
work of siuking at the Hyde Park
shaft. The coutract was under the
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western
company to sink a shaft from the Big
Vein to the C'iark, a distance of 105
feet, which depth the contractor
readied iu 21 days, making an average
of five feet per day. which is pro
nounced by men who follow that branch
of business, as the most rapid piece of
work yet known to tnem
Many Brif Wins.
Miss M I. , - - Williams, a teacher
at No. 14 school, will leave today for
the Bermuda islands in s-urch of bet
ter health. David Owens will hare
charge of her department.
Miss E!.;t Junes, of North Hyde
Park avenue, is ill with pneumonia.
Bargains in hosiery at Mean &
Tne meeting night of Robert Morris
lodge, True American Ivorit s.has been
changed from the second and fourth
Wednesday evenings to the second and
fourth Tnursday evenings of each
A drive in gents' ties, collars and
enfft and suspenders at Mwars &
The funeral of Nellie, tho infant
child of Mr. and Mrs. William Q.
Evans, of Hsmpton street, will occur
this afteftioon at 9 o'clock. Interment
will be made at Forest Hill cemetery,
Pull lino of gents' furnishing goods
at MearB A Hagan'a,
Z A Stover and son Frank, of La
fayette strait, left yesterday morning
for Tohickou, Pa., to attend the fnuoral
of a relative.
Rev. W. G. Watkins, the popular
pastor of the N' rtn M iiti Avenu-i B ip
tis church, will preach in the Jackson
Street Baptiet church tomorrow even
ing at 0 o'clock.
William. Jermyn, chief of police at
Taylor, visited Hyde Park friends last
Our 60 cent corset is a beauty.
Mkaiis & Hauen,
Mrs, Benjamin VV. Evans, of Twelfth
street, is visiting friends In Wilkes
Barre and Parsons.
Kev. A. Ben 0111, paslor of tho Un
ien mtaaiOO at Jerusalem, will address
a meeting at the Jackson Street Bip
titt chnrc:i. The aubj ct will b ''Mis
siou Work in tho Holy Lind." The
meeting will be called at 3 o'clock to
morrow afternoon with a fiftssn min
utes song and intro i uctory service, to
allow ali Sunday teachers to attend.
Lovett's "Boston Stars," a c nupaay
of first class musicians, h is boon se
cured by Class IS of the Plymouth
Congregational Cunrch Sunday school.
Tho company comes highly recom
mended and deserve n goo I patronag '.
Wo guarantee our il kid gloves.
Mkaiis & Haukn.
Sarah Barrett, of Jackson str.'et,
came to grief again yester lay. Sarah
attacke I .Mrs. Crowley, of Ninth street
yesterday, dsaling hr n heavy blow on
the race. .Mrs. Crowley procured an
oflicer and had Mrs. liarrett arrested
Sao was given a hearing yesterday af
ternoon before Alderman Itlair, of the
i'ifth ward, and committed to the sta
tion house to await bail for her appear
ance ut court,
FLOWERS I11VEN AWAY
f)n Saturday evening, commencing
at 7, to every customer inlying AO oeOIS
worth of good we will give a beautiful
bouquet Mi; v its &HAQBX,
410 Lackawanna avenue.
IS MR. NOON A CITIZEN?
Rathsr a Ptrpl-xintr (ii.lion That R
lata to Common Council.
At the recent municipal election the
candidates for c unm ni council in the
Bight tenth ward were Jjttnei F. Noon
and W. M. Williams. Mr. Noon was
the victor by more than a scoro of
It may transpire that another "lec
tion will have to hs ordered, ns there
is a serious question as to Mr. Noon's
eligibility according lo the statement
of M'. Williams' friends made to a
TbIBUNI reporter yest"r lay, Mr. Noon
is not a citizen of tho United States
According tn the best information on
the subject. Mr. Noon came to this
country at the ngeofll years. The
date of his arrival as fixed by Mr. Wil
liams' friends is eighteen yesrs two.
They have searched the records in the
court house anil no such person as
James F. Noon appears as having
taken out naturalization ptperi since
Jie organization of the county in IWl
If the facts as stated he true, Mr
Don is not eligiblr oecaine he would
, in that event, jeacitizsn of the
leu Mtales. K that state of facts
exist, the Eighteenth ward
without a representative in
SAVE THAT CIGAR MONEY.
Four Dims Will Buy lb) Completed
World's Fair Panorama.
After much delay, a liberal supply of
the four parts of the "Photographic
Panorama of the World's Fair" hae
been received. This has proved to be
Jhe bst-8elling portfolio of the World's
fair views ever offered to Northeiistorn
Just think ot it;920 realistic views,
with description text, of memorable
features o( the greatest, exposition that
the world has over seen. And all that
it costs you complete, not counting
the trouble of clipping TtHBUKI cou
pons, is 40 cents, the price ot four
Better order at once; the supply, nt
the rate it's going will not last long.
JUDGMENT AGAINST MRS. MAY.
Diractsd to Pav Siruki Brothers $205 40
Bpruka Brothers brought suit against
Mrs. Fanuv May before Alderman
Wright yesterday to recover S08 40.
A judgment for that amount was given
in their favor.
In the spring of 1803 T. C. Tnttle, u
carpenter, did some work at tho rsipiest
of Mrs. May for which his bill was
$'209 ID. Mrs. May did not pay him
an I he assigned his claim to Spruks
Mrs. May offend no defense yester
day, ami judgment was given against
ber in the sum o( $009 40, with inter
est, from May 11, lsi'JJ She will take
A PLUMBING INSPECTOR.
Agitation Looking Toward the Creation
of Such nil Ottios.
The uuestiou of having the ofllce of
plumbing inspector created by the city
council's is being ncitated by some of
Dlumbert of t he citv.
Such an oflicial. they say, would
iusure plumbing work being done in
the mo t approved sanitary maimer and
be beneficial to health.
Owing to the parsimony of those wl
erect buildings and the carelessness ol
contractors, it is claimed that lu
plumbing in many dwellings and busi
ness and ofhee buildiugs ot the city is
far from perfect.
Happenings of a Day Tliat Will Interest
Many Tribune Readers.
WANT THE APPROPRIATION DIVIDED
Members of the William Connell
and Century Companies Claim that
the Neptune's Appropriation Should
Be Divided Among the Three Com
panies Dan Baltic to Act as Grand
Marshal at Will.es-Barrc March 17.
CO son council until a speciai election
she be ordered by Mayor C inuell.'
SCRANTON'S VOLUNTEER FIREMEN.
They Will Hold an Important Masting
With the Century Hose Company.
The executive committee of the Vol
unteer Firemen's Mutusl Aid ussocia
lion of this city will hold a meeting
tomorrow afternoon at : o clock in
the rooms of the Century Hose com
The object of the meeting is to trans
act business of importance. The society
was organized iu Jan , lS'Jd fcvery tire
ComDlny in the city is entitled to the
representation of one delagale and an
TRAVEL MADE EASY.
How to Sit at Horns and Go All Over
There is no better illustrated volume
for the home circle than "America,
for sale by The TmBUNI in weekly
parts. It is au utnaiualled portfolio of
noUble scenes in t ue (reatest country
00 the footstool. Sixteen magnificent
inll-page pictures in each part, and a
uew part eaeh week.
Aud all that it costs psr part is 10
cents and two Triiiune coupons. Bet
ter place yonr order at once.
NEW BILL- POSTING FIRM.
Reese & Long Have Purchased the Mur
H. R. Long and J. O, Reese hnve
purchased the interests of the W. W
Murphy estate in tne bill posting busi
ness and united their interests iu the
The young men will hereafter do
general bill posting bnsinsss under the
firm name of Reese tv Long. I le v
own ami control all the bill boards and
privileges in the city and suburbs.
FIFTEENTH SEWER DISTRICT.
Th Latemla Will Cost, According to
City Euelnetr Phillips, Abxit $3,085
The city engineer's department Ii
bnsily engaged in making a schsdul
of assessment for the lateral sewer in
the Fifteenth Sew-r district. The lat
orals run from Poplar street in
southerly direction to Phelps' land line
The department estimates that the
work will cost j3,fii).r
IT'S A REGULAR HUSH.
Ft i ant nn Developing Rapidly as a
Class Literary Center.
Scranton not a literary community
You wouldn't dimbt it if yon shoul
see how Tkilu nk readers buy those
low-price standard TRLBUNI books
Why, they simply can't be waited on
lorrow's Elmlra Telegram
ntnln rare nud racy comment
about t..e affairs of the week
NOTES OF SOUTH SIDE
The Primitive Methodists of Green
Ridge held a conference at their church
00 East Market street Thursday night
at which itov. Air. tsivago was re
elected pastor. Tliereligiousceremonies
in Connection with in- opening of the
Primitive Methodist Mission room mi
Washington avenue on March 11 will
be impressive. Rnv W. II. Acorn'y,
of Plymonth, will prsach the opening
sermon. After the opening of the
mission religious srvieus will be held
ov-ry evening at 7.30 o'clock. A Sun
day school clam will bs organ)! td by
William Russell and T E Savage.
The "Confederate Spy" will be repro
duotd at Company H armory on the
evening of M irch S. under the Ulplosi
of the Carpenters' union.
West Market street from the Welsh
Itxptist church to the creek was lloodod
Thursday on account ot bunted water
pipes. The street is lu a wretched con
ditloo, and is sadly in Head of some
Improvement, Then was water in
nearly every cellar ttloog West Market
P. H. Collins of Kluiira, is visiting
The depression on Brick avenue
ciusedbythe settling of the surface
remains fl ioded Upwards of ten Inches
of water remain taero constantly and
Mrs. Sivage, wife of the Riv. Mi.
Savage, 1 f t hure on Thursday for
Michigan to visit her, sister, who is
- i. iii
Dnn'l Miss It.
There's lots of good things for Scrnnton
readers in tomorrow's Klinna .eleram.
Walk lu and
buy your groceries
I'aiist Milwaukee I tiger beer on drnnght
sud Uockaway oysters fresh from the
shell at Join I .human's,
NO Ijackawnnna aveuue.
Anheuser Hunch liner.
Louis LlIiiihu's, li'ib biu uceob
' e r
Mi I'.i: 1 1. 1 '. new Turkish hath. Every
thing uew, &0U Hpruce street, opposite
The articln In a recent issue of tho
Truth from the secretary of the Wil
liam C iunell Hose company, touching
up the estimates committee of the
councils and also bestowing n few no
bulima compliments ou Councilman
Rnhihsou of tho Eleventh ward, has
Inflimed the thinking caps of the
numbers of theOenlury Hose company,
An appropriation ot .1.500 was granted
to the Neptune's lor the purchase
of a new steamer, to the ex
clusion of tho two other com
panies on this side. Due of the most
skillful steam litters In tho city, has
declared that the ateunwr now in use
by the Neptune's can be repaired as
good as new at an outlay of IftOU At
that rate tne balance of the appropria
tion, $11,000. Lbe firemen argue conld
he fairly divided among the threo com
panies toward procuring steady men
and some necessary equipments. A
prominent mem her of the Centurys
gave the following facts to the reporter
yesterday: Caspar Ilurtmun has
a team which is eui ployed during the
day at ordinary work. At night the
team is stabled in the Century's build
ing. Hie driver, wno sleeps in tne
nuildiiig. gets in per month by wav of
oerauiitte. making $60 per year, Dot
ing the vear 1893 uiueieen iiree broke
out iu the district. For attendance
at each of these fires, Mr. Mart
man received if'.' SO, altogether $47 "i0
He lost, it will be seen, $12.50. Almost
a similar case is that of iho Win. Cou
ncil's, if this lavish generosity in
lealing with the Neptune's can bo re
solved tn a satisfactory conclusion,
based on stable and . legitimate prem
ises. it will please many members of
the Century, who, in the language of
street, are already "pretty hot )u tho
Exhibited Wonderful Nsrve.
A story that shows the remarkable
nerve of a common, every day appear
Ing man is just going the rouuds in
this portion of the city. The hero of
tho tale is William L. Mogg, motor
man ou one of the Sinth Side csrs, and
is as follows: Last Saturday Mogg was
hothered with an aching tooth. It was
so annoying that bo was obliged to
unit work. The source of the
n;i in was in the root of
tooth that broke off some four
years ago. He went home at once
after obtaining a substitute and de
tmuined to put an end to the pain.
He had an old pair of plyers at home
that he had used when he was em
ployed as a lineman some years ago
lie determined to act the dentist. His
first effort was to file ridges on the in
side of the pincers, and then procuring
a crochet needle he pressed back the
gum that had grown over the root.
Than placing tho plyers on the molar
lie pulled till it came out. It is only a
trilling occurrence, but not one man in
a thousand would be squat to the task.
A Bullet In His Head.
Jacob Rentschler, of Alder street,
will live to fight another day. His
battle with the king of shadows ended
iu a victory for hie side. The bullet is
-till embedded in his head, but the
ihysicians state that he can safely
carry it with him without fear of
trouble from it horeafter. In time the
hall will become encysted, and after
that remain a peaceful component part
of his anatomy. Dr. King dressed the
wound on his face for the last time
A Good Seltctton.
Dan Battle will ornament the head
of the parade of the Ancient Order of
Hibernians In Wilkfs Barre on St. Pat
rick's Day. He lias been unanimously
chosen grand marshal. Kvery division
of Liickawniiua and Luierns counties
will march on the occasion.
Will Be Driven Monday Nleht.
"Sights and Scenes in Europe and
America," the entertainment which
was uocessarily postponed last Monday
veiling at the South Side Young
Women's Christian association, will
next Monday night. It will be a rare
treat te all the South Side people and
it is hoped that ml who eau, will take
advantage ot the evening.
Interesting Nsws Holes
Mrs. Kiohard Anthony, of the West
Side, is visiting her sister, Mrs. John
Doberty, of Birney avenue.
Our oil cent corset is a beauty.
Mkahs & Haukn.
Mrs. Thomas Richardson, of Upper
Plitaton avenue, lies dangerously hi,
A rail in tho switch at Brook street
ou the street rail way snapp d in two
yesterday afternoon, but it diil not de
luy traffic any. A gang of men got the
broken rail out of the mud with grap
pling irons and replace! it with n new
Full line of gents' furnishing goods
at Meats & llegon's.
lohn Connolly, of Palm street, has
recuperated sufficiently to Appear out
A drive in gents' ties, collars nml
nil's and suspenders at Mears A
Louis Bobwaaa, of the Century Hose
company, will pall oft his coat for tha
appointment ot district engineer
The children of Mrs. Mary O Hara,
of Pear street, are sulT-riiig from s-
Bargains in hosiery at Mears &
The gospel meeting of the South
Side Young Women's Christian asso
ciation will be led by Rev.W. H. Stub
blebine, Sunday afternoon at ii 4o
o'olook. Song service will be of spe
Miss Mary Myers, of Pittston ave
nue, is visiting iu Houeslalo,
We guarantee our f I l:id gloves.
MBARi & Haukn
Liveryman E. H Jordan sprained
his knee yesterday while crossing the
street, lie was stepping on cobble
stones thrown iu the road to keep pen.
pie out of the mu I, who might have
the courage to tackle a trip to the
other side of the street, and one of
them turned under his foot. He strusk
his knee against the sireel car rail with
the remit stated.
KXWIM OIVEN AWAY.
On Saturday evening, commencing
nt 7, to every customer buying 50
cents wortli of goods we will give a
MEARS ct Haukn,
415 Euckawanuu avenue.
Only twenty-nino days.
The new council will organize Mon
dily evening. There will be several
changes and numerous surprises re
garding the new appointments.
Sunday will be a red letter day in the
history of the Presbyterian church.
The large number who were converted
during the lute revivals will bo ac
espied into full membership. Last
night the preparatory services were
held at tho church and a large num
ber attended. Rev. Ralph Oillmau
and his assistant, Mrs. BronsDu, con
Uypsny (irove and No 1 collieries of
the I 'ennsylvHiiia Cnal compuiy will
resume work Monday.
Misses Llnny Matthews, Fannie
iiuoroand h. atie craneim, nave re
turned from a weeks' visit with Hones
The young ladies of Duumore are ar
ranging for a grand entertainment to
bo given nt au early date. The pro
ceeds will be donated for benevolent
purposes and will be one of the finest
evoi held at this place.
Ost It First of AP.
Tomorrow's Kluiira Telegram. You can't
alford to miss it.
25 oranges "!ir. Coarsen.
A new bicycle worth f 7o will be sold for
fit5. llie machine is guaranteed aud is a
rare bargain. Much ... may be seeu at the
If Yoc want the later stvles and finish
in photography, you can get it at Uiltlin'e,
Wyoming avenue, we are introducing
new iK veities constantly.
Bendleston W oers's and Ballantlne'e
Ales are the beet. K.J. W&Lbii, agent,
Progressive Euchre Prizis.
Tall Flower Vases.
Going through our stock we made a careful selection of
NEW SUITS . . .
To close out these odd lot we will sacrifice them,
Our Bargain Counters Filled with Surprises.
II. P B P L
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Wirs Lamp Frames
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
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1 'miMiV HMOS 1
ESTAB. 1866. r
g New Yor ware rooms, No. 5
so Fifth avenue. Z
C. KICKER & CO., s
g s, to dental in thii lection g
m fflot 1 83 Adektui RVenu
205 Lackawanna Ave.
A lot of Second
hand Bicycles will
be sold at your own
price. We have a few
Boys' Wheels, list
$50 and $60; will sell
for $35 and $
until April ist.
Florey & Holt
408 Spruce Street.
in 6c Delany
Coal Exchange, Wyoming Avenue.
PRING . . .
Best quality and
220 Lacka. Avenue.
Special for This Com
Men's Cork Sole Lbc Shoes,
Gocdyear Welt, $4 irrade,
Men's Cork Sole Laco Shoes,
haud sowedwelt,!') trade, to Q
Ladies' DongoU, Kid Button,
Patented Tip, Goodyear
welt, Common sense last, all Q
4. jo graue, to De
Ladies' Fine Kid Button. cork
soles, hand turn, Common
Sense last, only a few pairs DO OC
of thrm, $5 grade, to be... 0-'.
Ladies' Dull Dongola Button,
double soles. Common Sense D') "
0D'y. grade closed put at c- ' J
Misses' Straight Goat Button,
spring heel, sizes ll lo '.',
grade will soil at
Boys' School Shoes, button and
luce, s z.'s 11 to '.'; $1 39 will (
sell at J I C.
SGHANK'S Arcade Shoe Store.
Arc nt PrtMM the KtMt Popnlar and I'n'Ornd bj
Warorooms: Opposite Columbus Monument,
205 Washington Av. Scranton, Pa.
HOW LIKE A
MAN HE FEELS
j AST STEAK he had saved $300.
He boughl n house worth $1850
paid $300 down, gave a rnort
gage for $1,050, Today be est i
mates as follow-;:
Kont a viiil J'.'W ou
Interest on mortgage jw oj
Taxes and repairs St :o u 10
Net saving oa real stai w
sm i'ii en salary iai oo
To apply on mortgage ji'to ou
REFLECTION "In FOUB years that
house will be free (Tom debt and 1 slnill
bave i hunts ul my own.1
(,ltl l RTOOB Is the imrailUs for
home. Finn v Bona bate reeantly itn
talu'il ii beautiful villa, which they olfer,
mi easy puytaeuts, at B1B50,
Cull nl their office, botweoo Washington
an. i Adams mi Olive street,
EZRA FINN & SONS.
Sell! Sell! Sell'
Ibis Is the Order of the Day.
We want you to see our new
Spiiii" Stock of
for the season of '94.
Styles all uew aud nobby.
Made of cloths that will wear.
Stock Larger and
Greater than Ever
You are Welcome, Buy or Not.
8. W. OWENS
Clo;ik Makers and Furriers.
Court House Square.
The ( Jreat Marvel of Dental Science;
A reeeut discovery and the 6olo
Henwood & WardeU,
316 Lackawanna Ave.
WHAT J. G, 8EAMONS8AY8 ABOUT
Hits. BENWOOU A WABOKLT.:
After having eleven loctli extracted at
mi' nittlng liy tile painless inelluul. I pro
noiiiicn it entirely satlefttetorv in nvury
particular. j. ti skamons.
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