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THE M;H ANTON TKIUUNE FRIDAY MOTJNTNQ-. APRIL L'T. 1894.
All Things Musical
134 Wyoming Ave.
I11C1I Cj kauu
01 HER HAKES
See the Shaw Piano from
tho World's Fair in our
And always have
M ANL'FACTl'RFI) AND FOR SALF. TO
Ths haton Mill Co
OF COUNTERFEITS !
THI RFNV'NE POPULAR
HAVE THE IMITU18
G.. B. & Co ,
ftrprlr'- ri Er'i Cqsr.
Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
t U 1. I 11(11 M. -'l Al.K.
DR. H. B. WARE
EVE, F.Aii. KOaK A-ND THROAT.
'35 WYOMING AVE.
William O'Eriun will visit Syracuse to
day. K. P. C oner, of Pottsville, is at the
U, P. fljEn, of Oarbondala, wit in the
(&iTgi Brooks, of Cornell '94, is homo
for a few days.
Mm Alica Pldgton, of Carboiidsl, aptnt
ye-t Tdar in this city.
.:r. and Xf. Fred Crisman, of Berwick,
wr in the city yesterday.
HiM M:t;nif OoM.mitli has 6oae for a
llontli'. visit at Atlantic city.
Mr. nd Mrs. U B. rampbell, of Bing
hau t n. were here yesterday.
Dr 3 irckl-y, of Ilones.lale, and C. P.
Hancoc;f,of Danville, are at. th" Wyoming.
Mr. and Mn. Charles W Pal ton leave
Monday for tMf western home, Boulder,
Mr". J. D. Stocker, Ol .lerrnvn, and Mrs.
3. K. Burr, of Carbondala, were In the city
Mise Anna Huffman returned y.terday
from a two week' visit with frienda tu
Oxford, N. J.
D. W. Wjlie, of Washington avenue,
l..v this .iveaing for a short visit at
Mrs. '.. p. f(ros. of Adsms avntie. has
been called to New York by the aerions
tllnevs of her mother.
Mis Alice Kvnns, teacher at No. 14
MbOOi has a'sumed hordutieu aft'ir an ill -liens
of some weeks.
George OotliBgwood, Oaorgl Heaman,
John Gampball and A. P. Chatfleld are a
Pnunhkeejisie party In the city 011 pleasure
Charles D. Sanderson, Edwin Barifleld,
J. B. Fahrlnu'er, Willmm Honn, (ieorge
Klrhardson nnd Oeorgo Parry, all of
Throop, made a trip to this city yesterday.
Loots Feats, John K. Jones and V. I).
DiTlfie, Oi I'tica, yesterd.iy inspected the
City's nrbnn crematory with a view of
possibly applying some of its principles in
A pnr'y of rnpltnlitH in the city yester
day were Ifeuben Leisenrint;, White Hall;
K M, Smith, Alden: A. '. I.eisnnring,
Vpper Lehluh; 'J'. M. Klghtnr, Mount f'nr
11.-I. H. P, Hall, IWryvilli; M. H. Kem
nieicr, Mauch Chunk.
The bill posters of tho great Hnrnum k
Bnlley show ar in tbu city nnd will today
begin the distribution anil posting of lith
ographs. There are about fiftean men In
the party. They have a fpecial car for
Bleeping and other purpweH and will take
their meals at tho Wyoming House while
in 1110 city.
Pcrnnton'a liu.lnei. Interests.
The Timhunk will soon publish a earn
fully compiled and clnssiliod list of the
leading wholesale, banking, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Scrnnton
and vicinity. Tho edition will be bound
iu book form, be .utifully Illustrated with
photogravure viosTs of our pnblic build
ings, business blocks streets, etc., together
with portraits of loading citizens. No
similar work has ever given an equal rep
resentation of Bcrantou's many indus
tries. It will beau lavaloablt exposition
of our business resources. Kont to
persons outside the city, copies of
this handsome work will attract
new comers and bo au nnMMlltd
advertisement of the city. The circu
lation Is on 11 plan that cannot fail of good
results to those concornedas well as the city
at, large, ltoproiautatives of TBI TtuiiuNi
Will call Upon THORR WHOSE NAMES
ore pi hiiiki) 111 this edition and explniu
ilr nature more fully.
Those desiring views of their residences
in tnis edition will pleuse have notice at
There is nothing like Dr. Thomas' Ecleo
trlc Oil to quickly cure n cold or relieve
hoarseness. Written by Mrs. M. J. Fob
lows, Burr Oak, Ht. Joseph conuty, Mich.
Inohain carpets cleaned for .1 cents per
yard by the Scruntou Bedding Co.
r is Mud
A Foe to Dyspepsia
COUNCIL II ses;
Lower Branch Transacted Much Public Busi
ness Last Night-
REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS
City Treasurer and City Controller
Transmit Documents to Council,
Showing the Condition of the Fi
nances of the City Bond Ordin
nce Passed on Two Readings.
Common council met last evening
and took prompt act ion in such muttere
us came up at the .asiou. The annual
report of City Treasurer It. O. Hrooks
add City Controller Wlduiuyer were
received, notion taken on concurrent
matters ami some BOW Imsitiess tran
sacted. The member! present nt the
mooting were Messrs. Morris, Thomas,
Robathan, Began, McLean, Godfrey,
Moir, Wenzel, Robinson, Sweeney,
Howe. Nealis.Scbadt, Williams. Noone,
Mickey and Norton.
The auditing fltnmtttoo reported fa
vorably a larir of bills which were or
dered ptid The report of the city
treasurer showing the amount of dis
bnnemonti from March I'll, 1888, to
April !!, 1S1M, was read nnd referred to
committee, A recapitulation of the
report shows ossli on hand April 8.
1898. 1191,097,06; amount of re
01 pil from all sources during the year,
$ll'.'6, 827 70: total, ij.8lS.-l--. I 8'J of to
tal amount there WeN received by
i'ity treasurer, 8394,704 47 From John
II. Fellow, . x minor. $1. !''.! 71; from
Mayor W, L Counoll, 14,588.88; from
Citv Solicitor Jatnoa 11. Torrey, 138
119.98) from Btreot Gommiatlonor Fnil
lp Kirst, 9334, from S. V. Edgar, eg
secretary of the board of health, $tl5i;
from Walter llriirge, secretary of tue
board of health, id; total ainoivit .lis
borsed during the year, 1699,716 99 ,
balance cash oil baud March III, 1SUI,
IT I li, 707 90,
FINANCES (F Till! t'tTY.
The following statement of the in
debtedneai and retonro s of the city of
Borantoo at tiie close of toe B100I year,
April S, 1894, prepared by City Con
tr 'I It Widmajrer, was prepared:
Bonded Debt Con toltd ated loan, second
atrleedne I'ih;. 1. 1894 9 percent. 100,000
cuv improvement lour, 1886, 4 rer cvnt.,
120,501; funding loan, lssr,, 4 per cent.,
UMiOO; municipal building losu, sim, 4
per cent., i!i,0O0; mnoiolpal iniproveineut
loan, 1891, 4'. per ceut., 100,000! redemp.
ii . n loan, series, 1S!K!, 4 )f percent., 1144,000.
Sundry claim ol unpaid warrants, April
i, IK' I. $S,6NIU; coutrncts and oilier ac
counts subject to adjustment, 881(1911 19,
Total iud.bte1ueas of the city, :
RetOUroee Of the citv: Cash o genera!
city fun 1, 867,010.10i cash In Interest and
sinking fund. I3IL84&73; dellhqnent taxes
OBd OtBOr Collectible items, fJO.UOO; total
resources, 6I1I.48883; net indebtedness of
the city l7;. In addition to the
above nsets are bonds of the ls-ue of I mm,
IU per cent., 8191,000, tor the benetlt of
sinking fund. The amount of lost preced
ing assessment valuation of the taxable
property, being tho aws-mem for 189.1,
occupati m, 81.088,710; real es;ate and per
sonal, 81790i888; total. llB,98t.S0&
I:F HUTS A Nil 'l-l:: UKSIKNTsl
The report cf the iinuual receipts and
disbarsemecU for the tlcnl year eni'.ed
April 'i 1 "'II. is as follows Toe revenues
tr m all OOWrcoa Is 8630,037.0ft local asi
ment for Improvements, ?i', 790.73; total,
Kxpendirures of City Oeneral city nc
Count, K-AW 9.': commifsions paid col
lectors, HiOTt.78; license account, 1770.80;
municitial impr ivenient account. 14:. 088 el ;
redemption and interest on bonded debt,
i : XI 1 z'- . piircliase 1,:' Ii.ohIs for sinking
fund, tril.uoi); total, ifi,,i:i M; local as
srssineiits f.,r miprov, m-.nt, tttj.yoj ns;
grand t..a:. 1000,710.08; cash balance April
8, 1808, 9181.897.06; receipts durinc the IU
cal year, 8838 897.78: U ta. 8818,434.88) dis
bursements, Ki'.'.'.TIfi.'.i'J; cash balauvo April
'J. 1884, fllv Q DO.
Prom the above cash balance are to bo
deducted 860,787.80 for municipal, tntr
et and sinking fund, special, paving.
license and municipal account', which
leaves a cash bsiniice in the geneial ac
connt of 867.980 10
Offsettu e the above are outstanding
warrant, . 1 i ".o 'j.i; r.alance 01 appropria
tion earned to books of km, 851,106.48:
total, 866,878.71) surplus, 11,044 2B.
FINAM'IAt. CIpMiI I p,N meill.
Snrpius revenu for the p-ist fiscal
year rrove to be vl I.ol l..9. l)ur-
ing th winter we estimated thtt the
sum WOttld amount to $9,860. This in
crease you can iittribate to the nccrued
interest from purohaM of bonis re
demption loan aeri-s No. 1, for the
sinking fund, and exceptional larire re
turns from m lyor's and solicitor's ds
partments. The delinquent tax collector's ac
cnntit shows a heilthy condition, not
withstanding present business depres
sion. The sinking fund is in excellent cin
ilitiou, ready to meet all obligations
The state of tho city' financial condi
tion is very encouraging and its credit
at the large money OOO ten is par ex
cellence. The proposed new inane of
bridge bon is ar largely sought for
A communication was received from
the board of health asking councils to
sewer between Marlon and ijsrch
streets in th Thirteenth ward. The
matter waa rforred to tho sewers and
The following new business was in
trod need 1
Mr. Bobatban An ordinance amend
ing section '. of the police ordinance to
read that th other rgulatlons govern
ing the police are repealed so far ns
they are inconsistent with or are sup
plied by the present ordinance
Mr. Noone A resolution directing
tho street commissioner to cause the
street railway company optraMn g the
line at Seventh street and railroad ave
nue to place the truck in proper condi
tion for team to cross by planking
each side of the said track, and also to
(ill in between the outside and Iniidt of
the rails with snitable materials.
Mr. Nealis Au ordinance providing
for the extension and opening of Far
view court southerly to Kobinson
street, and for purchasing lands neces
sary and payment for same.
TUB JIONI) OKtllNANCB.
The ordinance bonding the city for
coiiHlrnetion of bridge was reported
favorably from the judiciary commit
tee and passed first and second reail
incs. The city tax lovy ordinance passed
third and final reading.
K. J McNally. collector of taxes in
the Seventh and Eighteenth wards, was
allowed an exoneration of $102 40 on
his dnpllcste in the former district
nnd $105.00 In the Intter.
DO YOU It K All?
On Saturday, Ap.-il 88, to every ens
turner bnylng $1 worth of goods, we
will give a book. See ctnlngns in our
advertisement on local page of this
paper. MEABS & IIaoen,
Burglary at Orevn Bids;.
The general store of S. H. Ijoe, at Green
Ridge street and V'nu storch avenue, was
entered Wednesday night and goods to the
value of about $CU stolen.
Three Children Meet Doalh in a Building on
the South Side.
ORIGIN OF FIRE IS UNKNOWN
The Children Were Asleep in the At
tic of the Building When tho Fire
Broke Out--Their Charred Bodies
Found Amid tho Smoking Ruins.
Coroner Kelley Will Investigate the
Case Burial of Bodies Today.
Three young children cf Philip
Schneider, a girl aged (1 yeura, a bov
aged 4. and an infant daughter nged 18
mouths were burned to a crisp yester
day morning at So'cloek. The Schneider
family lived in h building no better
than a shanty at 1408 HUfTord nvenU'
It was only one alory high and wns
built about a year ago of hemlock
hoards and was rough outside ami in.
The roof wns slated with material of
The family consisted of seven chil
dren, tho oldest being a boy 14 years
old. Ahout tl o'clock in tho morning
Schneider, who peddles ice to the sa
loons OU tho South Side, hitched up
nnd started for his dnily load of ice.
He left his wife nnd family iu bid, the
thren children that were burnt sleeping
In tb6 loft In the southwest comer of
;h' house. Tho steps loading; to the
loft was an old rough ladder.
The wife of Joseph Heischlor, who
lives next to the burned building, beard
Sgonillng screams from Schneider's
house and put her heal out of her bed
00m window. This was about 7.45.
tiik fi.a.mi's nisMvi:iti:ii.
She saw smoke issuing from tho crev
ices In the wulls of the house, nnd In
stantly tl iius bur.it forth and envel
oped the entiro structure, She rushed
to the front door of ttle house, but the
Samoa drove her bark. Than slie ran
to tho roar of the place and the eldest
four of the children wore in the back
yard half clad.
The alarm was sounded from box 1
near No. 10 school, fully a half mile
away and the house wis almost in
aibes before any tiro company arrived.
Tho building burned up li!; a pile of
Tho Neptune Engine company wns
the Drat to reach the lire, followed
closelv by tho Centnrys and n little
later by tne William Councils. There
wore no tiro plugs nearer than Stone
ivenne; but Kobiuson's ice dam was
within a block and a stream w is oi
rooted toward the fire. lint the fir
had by this time consnm-d the build
in ir ami its contents.
uiiies of water were poured into
the seething miss within the cellar
walls, so that the boli-s of the children
could be recovered. When the embers
bad lutflolontlj cooled the fireman duir
for the remains. They found the
charred bodies in acorurof the cellar
on a straw tick, and each druse was
about the size of a silk hat. There was
no seiulilniic of humanity about them
what OA08H) tiik niti:.
The mother of the children was not
in the bouse at the time, an 1 some of
the neighbors s.vy she was aw iy visit
ing. She return-d to the house When
the building was in a mail of lUms
and grew frantio at t.ie light that met
She declared that when she left the
house ttwre was not a spirk of lire In
the stove and all the children wore
asleep. She also assorted that she did
not go beyond th- nam at the back of
the lot. Th rattse of the lire is a my -tery.
Undertaker Joseph U. Klein, of Wil
low street, was lent f r and arrived
eurly iu tne fotuiioon He removed ti.e
charred bodies to his undertaking es
tablisnment until tl.U afternoon, wbea
the funeral will take place. Interment
will he in PlttOtOn Arenus cemetery at
Coronal Kt lley went to th" place and
selected the following jury: V. J
Qickey, Joseph Ellin, Frank Klein,
Cnarles (iraf, 1L J. O'Toole and 1). J.
No UQHT on the 0ACBK
The evidence as to the cause of the
fire threw no light whatvr 0:1 it. An
other meeting of thl jury will be held
tonight In the coart bouse C.'nef F-r-ber
of tlie lir department caino there
and was uoable to explain its origin
either Schneider did not own the
property, winch was built on two
lots owned by Patrick Donnelly, of
II 'ech street. '1 he frail structure was
put up by the M-,idow lirook IPiildiuv
and Loan association. This society car
ried t9W insurancM on it.
SchneidT had pild on account to
the associstio.i flOO,
We are prepared to furnish business ni"n
with first-' lass stenographers by the day
or hour. F.tpert bookkeeping 11 specialty.
Scranton l oinmen i Association, Lim
ited, -t-.'i Spruce st reoi.
WHY DO YOU DOIT?
Why run 111 Over tlierilv looking for gold
dollar-, with one bttodredan 1 tea eenta' rorth
of gold in iheml Urn von win m reri
ell, to it it ir y on will call si th rlifht pi ice.
IIH111.: your dollars - kuM, silver aud green
A. W. JURBCH
43. 1 PR ten OTSKXT, tod ..t full rains
for your money i 1
BIOVCLl$8, FIRE ARMS,
PISHING TACKLE, PINE
CVTh It V, DOG ci 11, 1, tR8
AM) I.IM.K VI, M'OIM INO
'i li vu tor WRIBL Uada
Btoyoles, Urn arniM, , 1, .. repaired at short
nottca, Key nttimj a soeoisltjr, fjivi mm :1ii
We have a large assort
PLAIN AND FANCY CAKES,
ICE CREAM and WATER ICES
Leave your order at
227 WASHINGTON AVE.,
or 413 LACK A. AVE.
Our Lackawanna avenue
restaurant open until mid
EWS OF WEST SIDE
Pleasing Entertainment Given by Prof, Boycr
Willi the Phonograph.
A VERY EXCITING RUNAWAY
Richnrd Qray'a Horse Became Fright
ened on South Main Avenue Many
West Side People Attend Wedding
Anniversary at Pittston Funeral of
William Johnson Interment Made
in Washburn Street Cemetery.
The West, Side office of the BOBAKTOM
lBIBURI Is located at I'llil Jackson street,
where subscriptions, advertisements and
communications wili receive jiromiit ul
teuliou. A novel and 1 11. : entprtaiiiment
was that uivon by Professor lloyer last
tivetiiiig iu the .Sumner A veil no PrOlby
tariau church with the use of tlio
EMiaon phoio . . i, h. Tne machine was
placed upon a large stand and three
largo tubes for the purpose of convey
ing tho sound were attached. Tho
three tub method is an improvement
which I'rofe nor lioyvr has made and
meets with unqualified lucoeat, Dur
ing bis performance Professor Uoyer
introduced two of the latest snua of
GeorgO Stnbbim, tho advance agent of
Moody. ' Hocked iu tin. Cradle of the
Dion, 88 Itt0g by Mr. Myers, of New
York, and a selection by tho Marine
band of Washington were given.
Thmwn fn m a Waon.
An exciting runaway occurred last
evening about - o'elock. Richard
Gray was driving a horse attached to
a light spring wa dowu South Main
avenue( when tne aniui'il booani
frightened and daslied away. 'I'll
horse kept on at a frightful rsto of
speud, until it reached Kock street,
wbire the wagon at ruck 11 teUrajih
pole, ttirowi ... the nocupants out. The
slmtts of the vehicle were broken and
it wus otherwise badly damaged, lir.iv
nnd bis companion fortunately came
out uninjured beyond a few slight
A Partv to Tittston.
A party r' West Silo people at
tended the silver sveildiug of Mr. and
Mr. Pear at Woat Pittaton last even
ing given iu honi r of their aUaiiiiu.-iit
of tweutv-tivo yean of married life.
They left on the Delaware, Lacka
wanna and Western train at 0. 10
o'clock p. m Tho party consisted of
Mr. and Mrs. H. '1 Morgan, .Mr. ami
Mi Qeorgi Bynon, Mr. and Mrs.
(l orge Bklllhorn, Mr and Mrs. Janei
Blton, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Holmes,
Mis. Frank Powell, Mrs. Willurd Ln
ning, Mr and Mrs Charls Lanning,
Mrs. (,'hnrlrt Btevena, Mrs. William
Madden, Mr. P-rego and Mrs l'.yrou
Unokingham, of EUnhunt A very
pless.int time wus bad.
William J hnson Burled.
The funeral ODieaBioa over the re
mule of Wlllium .lohnsoii. of lluno-
ton street, took place from the faintly
residence yesterday afternoon an 1 was
attended by a large concourse of
friends, Rv. A. W. Cooper, paslor of
the Hampton Street Methodist Bpiaoo
pal church, conducted the eorVlOO at
the home. Interment w is made at the
Washburn Street cemetery.
Ths N.wa Coadnrl.
Mrs. Martin UoleiMO, widow of th
lste Martin Coleman, of Fillmore av
nue, received check for if.' 800 from
th Catholic Mutual Benevolent society
in payment of insurance.
A. L LimUey, of Avocs, Is visiting
Joseph A Mears on South Maui ave
nue. The funeral of the infant child of
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bvani, of l'.'9
South Van Huron aveime.orcnrred v.s
terdiy afternoon. Rev. V. S, Jours
officiated, Interment nt the Washburn
William Davies, of Lifiiyette street,
returned to Ithaca, N. Y., yesterday.
Willi 'mi Hamilton, who has be m
visiting at tbe home of Rev I). W
Bkellenger, will lsav for Haokeaaaok,
N J., todny.
Miss Hertlia Reese, of North Hy do
I'.irk avenue, a professional nnr, is
employ."! on a crllicil surgical ruse
under Dr. Tinjley and State Surgeon
Caaiidy at Norwich, Conn.
Thomas Thi inns and family, of As!i
ley, are located on South Main avenue.
Charlrs Small and Jerry Longshore,
of Avondal", circulated among friends
The Y'onng People's Literarv and
I)biHig sncity of ihe Klrst Welsh
Baptist church, will bold n meeting
Mrs Jamee Bdwarde, of Rhode l
1 ind, is vi-iimg relatives on tins side,
Waltr-r Lvniis, of Wilkes-li.irre, was
on this side yesterd iv.
to. fob RBADt
On Saturday, April 38, toeveryens
tomer buying 1 worth of iroods, wo
will give a book. BOO latalOglH in our
advertisement on local page ol this
paper. IllAM i: Haokn
Don't bent your Carpi ta Have the
Bcranton Bedding Co, dwa then,
DON'T SKIP THIS.
WV, HAVE the finest lino of sweston In
town. Just think of It. an all wool
b.e 1 a'at..r ,m -I ,1. .ill wool men's from
iu u j.'itll. All colors.
Florey & Holt
Y. M. C. A. Building.
222 Wyoming Avenue
Arf st PrcFcnt lite Mo.t Popntar and ftslSswl hy
1 .. : 00: Artists.
Warorooms: Opposito Columbus Monument,
20S Washington Av. Scranton, Pa.
JUST received large
import order. Many
new novelties. Come
while the assortment
AND TOILET SFTS.
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming A'nu9.
nil. BKST 1 LOl B HADE,
OILS AND OLIVES
THE MNB8T IMPORTED.
TEAS AND COFFEES
FULL LIN B OF THL BL.ST
FERRIS HAMS AND BACON
Bat ssor to A. I toWnuui,
497 LACKAWANNA AVE
w A ....
V 7 M M
COLLINS & HACKETT
220 Lackawanna Avenue.
205 Lackawanna Avo.
Art for the masses.
One Dime and
Handsome line of Long
Frocks and Sacks, made from
Fine Grey Clay Worsteds,
Vicunas and Black and Blue
Custom Tailoring at
Hartizi & Delany
Clothiers and Cu3tom Tailors.
I the Fashinnl
1 30S LncUnwanna Ave.
I lllinery Department
S In order to move stock, wo have mad? sweep- I
s tag reductions all around. Hats, trimmed in 2
the latest fashion,
WORTH $3 00. WILL SELL
!! UnnTM 4 r f Urt! I rs r t I
vvunin H,o), WILL OtLL
E) s , n--. . ...... . .
H WUhilH b.00. WILL SELL
Flowers, worth 15c.
Sprays, worth 35c.
Sprays, wort M 5c. -
1 Lace Curtain Department
WdUTH :i :.o
V( IRTH IS 60
5 A f::ll SJsortuiPiit in rfiil 1' iliit il RensisTit anl Baal BnwuSt Cr.r- g
H talm at liaa thao ooat of importation. Sash Cortaim in all thi difSkretrt s
Si itjrlM srd widths S
: cinimiuinn imnmmimmiiiiiii uniii" :rr; I'l-itiur.iiiiituH
at?) ... ls nmd. from ponntio w '
.til takca tr. m lb 1 ...I"
lX'v- !:.. -Miri by exp : ' " '
' v u.iil
I. If ,,. r. t' ,. ,- .- -. i " :
our custom.'rs. If sn t slirht won't
do 11 the xfsr will rrnv nr.- foV thnt
fnht iljrt 01 tin.' fsVrii ., w,.ll rut aad
ri 11 mad.., liv.. nnfsi Ing ajfssfacittoa.
t fOtJ wnt to Kft fi rsr but ia
ijinlitj nt fuirost prices, come tu our
ton. it is
jKomen's Coats and Capes
Wo shoved yon larso oollootion
Easter-tide, J0j;v w iavc jus (:ViC0 as mtlyK
Jackets in Covet Cloth and Twills,
Moire and Silk Trimmed.
They Fit Well. Wear Well, Look W
Tlio Prices arc WAV DOWN:
$5.50, $7.50, $9 to $12.
Think of FIFTY
The very newest and neatest are of Gro-Qtain Silk, Moire,
t'lotli and Lace. -Notice the price tickets:
$5, $6.50, $9 TO $20.
Jackets, Capes and Top Garments for Everybody.
G-.lftT. Owens St Co.
CLOAKMAKKHS, SUITS AND WKAPS,
IPRVOB sxkel;t, court house sguAiiu
NOW AT $1.25
alAIll a-sr- a r-
NUW A I I.0U s
NOW AT 1.98
a bunch, sell new at 5 cents 3
- - - sell now at 15 cents 1
S3 1 1 now at 25 cent: 2
l!ll: VEIl LATEST DESIGNS
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