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TIUC SCit AN TON TitlBUNE WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER aT. 1895.
5 A i
and Fashionable Fail
prevails throughout the States
.w for Artistic Posters of .
' . Books and Periodicals.
Some people like to decorate
room 'ith tnem hL'n tDey
. . , can obtain enough to do so.
The Publishers have sent these Posters
this autumn with our stock. . .
We exhibit them in our m
' T . 0 1. n ... tlTl.l '1
liUrgC OUUW IIIUUUH
( for a few days only,
' to show how live Yankees advertise.
This Unique Window Display
contains the names of some
of the recent and New Books,
of which our store Is full.
1 We invite attention to the
largest and best selection of
. MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS
we have ever exhibited.
t -All the desirable new issues
all the standard sets and
single volumes in cloth and leather,
suitable for Birthday, Wedding
and Holiday Gifts; also, for
Private, Public and School . Libraries.
Our stock is all "up-to-date,"
and the prices are "all right"
Come in, look around
and enjoy our Literary Feast.
Plenty of room for a crowd.
.;We are "At Home" now .
in our spacious-' new building'
and glad to sec our friends. . ..
322 LACKAWANNA AVE.
A Foe to Dyspepsia
And Always Have
MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALS
, TO THE TRADE BY
Tho Vcston Mill Co.
n F. B. Robinson, f Hariisburr, was here
John A. Vollmer, of Wllllamsport, is en
feoffed here on business.
Bookkeeper John F. Williams, at the
Hillside Home, is doing- jury duty this
8. M. Pennlman, a Philadelphia com
mercial man, is at the Valley house, and
if accompanied by his wife.
Augustus Trask Ashton, a prominent
'member of the Philadelphia bar, is the
fcuest of District Attorney John R. Jones.
- Miss Mary Corby, of Hilex street, will
be married to Eugene May, of Franklin
venue, at St. Peter's cathedral this after
noon at 4 o'clock.
At the recent Young; Women's Christian
.Association state convention Mrs. A. O.
Blacklnton was elected a member of the
tats executive committee.
. Fred 8. - Godfrey, proprietor of the
Xacka wanna Valley 'house, and who has
for a week been confined Indoors by Ill
ness; was able to be on the street yester.
day and attend to bis new Hotel Jermyo
: i- The World's Best.
' Quality la what we claim for the Gar
land heating- stoves. They are made
frqm iron, mixed with aluminum, and
Will not crack. They are nickel-plated
on copper and have the revolving Are
4ot. Call and see them at
,,.. . Thos. F. Leonard's, ...
500 Lacka. ave.
Boy the Weber
And get the best. At Guernsey Bros." ,
I Ity of 17,600 barrels a day.
Tha Nov Trilby
? .We have just received them;
made - of the best Dongola,
.' Button and Lace, with pat-
inted leather tips and back.-
KIXEST SHAPE LAST
Which wiir fit any foot, and
' will warrant every pair to
' giro satisfaction, or a new
; fair' will replace them. Can
"... only be had at onr store.
ft 1 , JjL.
co:;diiio;i. of mm
Expert Testimony oa the Questioi of
Whether or Not He Was Drink.
EX-0PP1CBR WALSH'S OPINION
Oclioves That So Long as a Maa b
Able to Avoid Arrest Us Is Not
Drunk. -Testimony About Side
walk and Guard Rail.
defendant to the Jury yesterday after
noon in the ease of Mrs, Ann Munley
x i . i in rha tnnrniner at
3.0'chcs; the testimony of the plain
tiff was resumed. Morns rosnw w
the' firs witness. He Is proprietor of
a second-hand clothing store on lower
Lackawanna avenue, ana nis piace vi
business the time Patrick Munley was
killed was a few doors above the Hull
building, where the accident nappeneu.
Posner and George Jeffries gave testl
mnnv which was not of much material
Interest to the case at issue.
Ex-Street Commissioner -nnit
was an Important' witness. Mr.
Burns questioned him with reference
tn tha nrrMnnnnB tiaased by the City
councils, requiring a five-foot fence to
be erected around an "avu?n 'n "f
sidewalk, when there Is a building In
process ot consirui ....
O'Brien and Burns, counsel for the
..i.-.utol a model of the
sidewalk to the court to be offered In
evidence, but the defendants objected,
and the court refused to allow the
model In until something more dellnite
has been proved to show that It Is a
correct representation of the tempor
ary1 sidewalk and guard rail. The
win malt another offer tn
LIUllllWI. ..... -
place It In evidepce on redirect exam
ination. - :
John T. Jones Testimony.
John T. Jones in 1889 was proprietor
of No. 31 laekawanna avenue. n
kept p. bar on the ground tloor, ana on
the nlsht of Nov. !!& that year Pat
rick Munley, the witness, said, came
Into his Slate at about 10.30 o'clock, to
fl.l ,it ivhal tlmA It. Willi. The de-
iiiiu.i ,1 i.i nnt hnvo the nouearance of
a man who had been drlnklnR, and
spoke as clearly ana lnieiugenuy
any man could. He remained only a
rut. tninnton anvlnir ns he was leaving;
that he had to catch the Delaware and
Hudson train ror Home
rmintv snpvavnr A R. Dunnlnflr was
n,.,i ,- idmitifv tho model as a true
and correct representation of the side
walk. John Munley, a son or me De
ceased, testified that his father was 53
years of age when he died, and had
been able to earn from $65 to $70 a
After Mr. Torrey opened for the
defendant. Tipstaff Anthony Walsh
was the first witness called. In 1889
he was a member or the scranton po
lice force, and In the month of No
I'amliwr hla heat wna nn Lackawanna
avenue, from Franklin to the bridge.
He swore he saw Munlev before the
nnnMonl hanmnul thflt tilirht nnrl ttlf
deceased was under the influence of
liquor. When Mr. waisn nrst saw mm
he was talking to some man and they
ii-n.n atotiHInv nn tho tfltnlinnipv alfle-
walk In front of the Hull building.
They were obstructing the passage
way and Mr. Walsh, in the discharge
of his duty, ordered them to move on.
Started Toward Bridge Street.
Munley Immediately complied and
started toward Bridge street, but
when he had gone a yard or two he
stopped, whepled half way around and
reached out his hand as If wishing
to bid the man with whom he was
The movement caused him to lose
his balance and he stumbled backward
In a falling manner until he struck
against the guard rail, rolled under
neath It and down Into the abyss be
neath to his death. Mr. Walsh was
asked to define his views on the stage
a man is In with regard to indulgence
In liquor before he would be classi
fied as being drunk.
As long as one goes along under the
Influence of liquor and still Is capable
of controlling himself so as not to
make himself liable to arrest, even
though he was saturated with whisky,
Mr. Walsh would not say such an one
was drunk. . -
' Munley, he thought, was not drunk
enough to be locked up. The witness
gave testimony at considerable length
concerning the nature ot the sidewalk
and the guard rail. The sidewalk was
built of joists, three Inches thick, four
teen Inches wide, and about twenty or
twenty-five feet in length. There were
seven planks and a space the width
of five of them was open and free from
any obstruction in the shape of build
ing material. The guard rail was an
average height of three feet. It was a
plank the same as the ones In the side
walk, and was laid on barrels at one
end and tubs at the other.
Benore Thought It Was Safe.
John Benore, the West Side lumber
dealer, had occasion to pass the Hull
building every day. He gave the opin
ion that It was perfectly safe for any
person who used ordinary, care and
diligence. W. W. Archer, an expert
carpenter ,was caught napping by At
torney Burns. Mr. Archer was called
after Mr. Benore, and was giving his
opinion of the length and width and
durability of timber. Mr. Burns asked
him If he was pretty accurate In esti
mating measurement with the eye. He
said he thousht so. "Well, how wide
Is this court room?" said the smiling
attorney. "Fifty feet," was the reply.
"That's pretty close. It's thirty-five
feet," said the attorney sarcastically.
A. D. Plerson, the produce merchant,
was the last one sworn. He passed the
Hull building two or three times a day
before the accident, and always re
garded the sidewalk as safe, solid and
firm. There are two or three witnesses
for. the defendant yet to be heard.
The case will not go t6 the Jury to
morrow or possibly Friday. ' . .
In the main court room the trespass
suit of Wilson W. Jagger, of the West
Side, against the Scranton Traction
company, which opened yesterday
morning, was non-suited and a rule
was immediately granted to take off
the non-suit. Attorney Charles L.
Hawley represented the plaintiff, and
ex-Judge W. H. Jessup and Horace E.
Hand were counsel for the company.
Jumped Off of the Car.
The plaintiff Is 60 years of age. He
was a carpenter and worked at his
trade before the accident. In 1892 he
was a passenger on. a West' Bide car
outward bound. He Jumped off the car
while It was In motion when it had
reached North Main avenue, and he
was thrown violently on the pavement,
sustaining a broken hip. He was three
months In bed. and It cost; him $100
for medical' attendance. The, case was
non-suited on, the ground of contribu
The trespass suit of J. M. Tomklns
against 4he Scranton Traction com
pany was next called In the main court
room. Attorneys 8. B. Price and J. W.
Browning are the plaintiff's represent
atives and the Interest of the defendant
la cared for by ex -Judge Jessup and
Horace E. Hand. ' -
i Tomklns was drlvlns along Capouse
avenue about a year. ago and was. run
Into by a Green Ridge street car. - A
large piece of glass penetrated his back
and seriously injured him. . The de
fendant will try to prove that Tomklns
was to blame for his trouble; that had
he used erdlnary care and precaution,
the accident would not have happened.
The Jury In the case of Jacob Schlosa
against Frank M. Cobb for damages on
account of the loss of an ear by the
ten by a dog alleged to be the defend
ant's, retired at 4 o'clock' to find a
verdict and had not reached one at
midnight. ' "
CHANGES IN CAR ROUTES.
Ceaeral Maasger Silllmaa Says It's" Too
Early to Speak DeMaltely.
' General Manager 81!liman, of the
Scranton Traction company, in an In
terview with a Tribune reporter yes
terday said he would not be able for
several days to announce the change
of routes of the different lines In the
central city. The Interview was sug
gested by the laying of new rails and
roadbed on Franklin avenue between
Lackawanna avenue and Spruce
"I have considered the route ques
tion only In a general way." said Man
ager Silllman. "In arranging a change
In the central city route of any one
line of cars it must be considered what
harmful or beneficial effect the change
will have on another line or lines; so
you will see that a decision cannot be
made in haste. It will all be attended
to. however, tn a short time. Among
other things we may decide to run
South Side cars through to the West
Side, and a similar plan may be ap
plied to other lines, but It Is too early
to talk definitely on this point. The
line through Nay Aug to Petersburg
will be running In a few weeks as will
the new line to Olyphant along the
east side of the river.
The White Squadron Will Be Seen at the
Academy of Music To-night.
An elaborate production of the naval
play, "The White Souadron," will be
seen at the Academy of Music this eve
ning. The play Is built on patriotic
lines and a deeply interesting story is
developed. The stage Is continuously
filled with thrilling episodes and beau
tiful stage pictures. In the third act
the vessels of the magnificent "White
Squadron" under full steam, and sail,
are shown. Over eighty people are re
quired to properly present this scene.
In scenery, stage appointments and
company this play Is strictly first-class.
Glsmonda for Three Nights.
Fanny Davenport will appear at the
Frothlngham Nov. 28, 29, 30 in Sar
dou's latest and greatest play, "Uls
inonda." In It Fanny Davenport has a
part which Is exactly suited to her ad
mirable Qualities as an actress, and it
is said by the critics that It Is the
best role the.t she has Interpreted.
The plecet is the most audacious bit
of theatrical work that Sardou has
ever written, and it requires the most
delicate treatment at the hands of this
great artist in its portrayal, without
giving offence to the public.
The character of "Oismonda" was
written for Fanny Davenport and
Mme. Bernhardt, and it permits them
to exhibit their varied powers In a
startling manner. From the criticisms
we have read it is said that Miss Dav
enport is realistic, embarrassingly real
istic. Melbourne MacDowell has a
part In Almerio which is exactly suited
to him, and his capital rendering of
the same has stamped him as the best
heroic actor we have on the American
The Thanksgiving Attraction.
The attraction at the Academy
Thursday, matlnoo and night, will be
the new and funny musical comedy,
"The Gllhoolys Abroad," written by
James Gorman. The leading parts will
be assumed by John and George Gor
man, the latter as a wealthy real es
tate owner, "Owen Gllhooly," and the
former as "Jonathan Tubbs," a legal
luminary. The company supporting
the Messrs. Gorman have been selected
with care, all members being remark
ably adapted to their respective parts.
Plenty of singing, dancing, pretty
marches, etc., etc., will be Introduced.
"Tim tho Tinker."
That clever Irish comedian, John E.
Brennan, and his most capable com
pany who made such a hit with our
theater-going public last season in this
city, will play a return engagement at
the Davis theater beginning Thanks
giving afternoon, and every afternoon
and evening for the remainder of the
week. Mr. Brennan, who la one of the
most refined Irish comedians on the
stage today, should be greeted by
crowded houses. He will present his
romantic drama, "Tim the Tinker," a
bright, refined play, free from the red
coat English soldiery, and process serv
ing menial. N
Julius Caesar by llanford Company.
The Pittsburg Dlnpatch paid the fol
lowing tributes to Messrs. Hantord and
Spencer on the occasion of their last
appearance In that city In "Julius
Caesar": "Mr. Hanford's training years
with the leaders of American dramatic
art, Messrs. Booth and Barrett, have
left their mark on his work. Few ever
equttled him. and none surpass him. In
the famous peroration over the dead
body of the great dictator. It requires
an actor of long training and consid
erable ability to play the part of
Caius Casslus; and it was, therefore, a
pleasure to witness the creditable way
in which E. R. Spencer acquitted him
self." At the production of "Julius
Caesar at the Academy Friday night
by the Charles R. Soenoer and Nora
O'Brien company, Mr. Hanford and
Mr. Spencer will play the parts of
Marc Anthony and Cuius Casslus re
spectively. Miss O'Brien will appear as
Portia and the remaining roles . will
be thoroughly taken care of. The sale
opens this morning.
The Masqiisradors Saturday Night.
Charles Frohman's . company will
commence its annual engagement In
this city at the Academy of Music Sat
urday evening In "The Masqueraders,"
Henry Arthur Jones' play. It can be
truthfully said that this company Is
about the strongest we have today, and
"The Masqueraders" possesses Interest
as the most successful play of last
Ths Merry World Burlesques. '
Of the various styles of entertain
ment placed before the public possibly
none have exceeded In popularity, the
kind which Canary and Lederer have
succeeded In popularizing with , their
annual reviews of the success of the
current theatrical seasons. Their sec
ond series called "The Merry .World,"
will be seen the coming week at the
Frothlngham. One of the principal
features of next week's entertainment
will be the clever burlesque on "Tril
by." In this Miss Amelia Summervllle
assumes the title role and Is conceded
by all who have seen her to be the
Ideal "Trilby" In form and features.
Nearly 100 people' take part In the
TONIGHT'S PROGRAMME. '
Selections That Wlil Bo Kendered at the
. Festival of Days. - ' .
Tn the Armory this evening at the
"Festival of Days," the well-known
Imperial cuartette will render the fol
lowing programme: - .
Overture, "Martha" .....Flotow
March, "Kins Cotton" Bousa
Taran telle, "Slcllunna" ; .Tobanl
Spanish Wedding Serenade Bllva
Roman Carnival March Mendelssohn
Selection, "The Brownies" Tobanl
Chinese Wedding March .....'.Gay lord
March, "Arrival of he Bride" Morse
Overture, "Encouragement" Bosttger
Marrh. "MUltlara." from nnera "Ta. .
No Money In Guessing. I t
It ton deal In stocks the particular
win certainly be very Interesting to you.
Address J. Arthur, Box 41, 18W Broad
war. N. T. , .; .' ,
vWe are prepared to fill orders for Ice
cream and water Ices for Thanksgiving
dinner In all .flavor and any style.
J. D. William and Bro.,
. Mao attack, ave.
LI TEE CLGISTERED BALLS
Newspaper Nea Showa Through the
Hoise of the Good Shepherd.
HOW THE MANY INMATES LIVE
Something About Their Dally Routine
and the Policy of Government A
Worthy Institution That Is.
In Need of Support.
None, It Is safe to ay, but those Inti
mately connected with the House of
the Good Shepherd have a true concep
tion of the won that this Institution Is
carrying on. and It Is further safe to
say that If Its work was more generally
known it would not to-day be crippled
as It is for lack of means of support.
Yesterday representatives of the press
were shown through the House by the
mother superior of the order In this dio
cese. It is a privilege seldom accorded
to anyone, particularly males, as the
sisters do not want to expose the In
mates to the curious gase of the general
public. One of the most striking things
that might be mentioned In this con
nection is that the Inmates did not show
by any action that they were ashamed
to be seen at the House, as might be ex
pected by those not familiar with the
policy of the Institution.
This is accounted for by the fact that
the girls are Impressed with the Idea
that they are not In a reformatory, but
a school of moral, manual and intellec
tual training. As long as a girl be
haves herself no one but the mother su
perior and the sisters directly In charge
of her need know whether or not she
was a wayward girl.
, Classes They. Are Received Into.
. She may have been received as a
postulant for the Order of Magdalen;
she may have been taken - under -the
protecting wing of the order because
she was liable to fall into temptation by
reason of her parents having died or by
reason of poverty or other conditions or
surroundings: and she may have been
taken in on account of bad parents or
a deserting husband. Thus it can be
seen all the girls are not "escued out
casts and no one need knoV those that
are. This, as is very evident, is one of
the most commendable features of the
discipline of the order of the Good
The ..imates are divided Into three
classes. One Is the "preservation class,"
In which the very young girls are gath
ered. Then there is the penitent class.
In which the older girls are grouped.
The third class is composed of those
who are candidates for the Magdalen
- Those admitted to this class are put
on probation until such time as they
convince the sisters that they are earn
est in their desire to lead a religious
life. When the sisters are satisfied
that a girl Is sincere In her wish to
live the life of a recluse, she is allowed
to take a vow for a year and is given
a brown habit. After that she does not
associate with any of the other classes.
They Are Kept Separate.
The three classes are always kept
separate. They have seperate dormi
tories, separate workrooms, separate
refectories, and different hours for rec
reation. The building has three wings
and Is virtually three buildings diverg
ing from one point. Each class has a
separate wing. Even in chapel the
different classes do not see eseh other.
The altar is so arranged that It Is
the converging point of the three
chapels, one of which is In each wing.
The Sisters and the smaller children,
or preservation class, occupy one
wing, the children being provided with
a gallery. The penitents have another
wing, and the Magdalens the third.
Each class has Its particular hours
for work In the kitchen, bakery, sewing
rooms, school rooms and the like, and
all are given a thorough training In
those thlnss that would tend to make
them good practical housekeepers, so
that when they leave the Institution
they will have a taste for domesticity
and ability to earn their llvllhood.
The dormitories are marvels of neat
ness and the beds are as comfortable a
one could desire. The food Is substan
tial and wholesome, and from the ex
ceptionally healthy appearance of the
Inmates one would Judge that they
get plenty to eat and eat it.
Two Hundred and Thirteen Inmates.
There are at present In the Institution
two hundred and thirteen "children," a
the sisters Insist on calling the Inmates.
Among this number are included about
fifteen old women who are not subject
to the charity of the poor board and
who for one reason or another could not
be ' taken care of by their friends.
Among them are several of the "old
timers" of police docket fame who are
living happily together In one apart
ment spending their days In holding
"quilting bees" and darning stockings.
In addition to the inmates there are
twenty-three slaters In the community.
This big family has but two sources
of revenue. One Is the charity of the
public and the other is the little money
derived from the sale of goods which
they make. As they get but very little
wtrk to ao In the line of sewing, em
broidery and the like the revenue from
this source I scarcely worth mention
ing. Owing to the total lack of funds
the Institution has not been able to pay
any bills of consequence since last Jan
uary. - Nothing can be realised from the
John tandley bequest, owing to legal
technicalities, for possibly another six
months or a year and In the Interim the
good sisters have to rely upon the char
Itv of the general public for the main
COLD WEATHER IS CIU6
415 LcoSaonna' Avodcd.
tenance of the Institution. To-morrow
and Frioay will be donation days at the
House of the Good Shepherd and the
sister hope that there will be liberal
response Co the present appeal. Orders
for work are appreciated as much as
donations. Remnants of dry goods are
among the most acceptable articles that
can be donated.
Provisions, of course, are also very
desirable and cash above all things Is
the most needed and useful. Parties
who can not deliver their donations can
have them called for by sending a postal
card to the mother superior of the
LOW RATES TO WASHINGTON.
Personally-Conducted Toars Via the
- Apart from the fact that Washington
Is one of the most- Interesting cities In
the world, it Beems almost as if one
were neglecting a principal duty bt
cltlxenshlp by falling to visit the "Na
tion's Capital" More apparent does
this become when taking into consid
eration the smafl expense attached to
such a trip, and the ease and comfort
with which It can be made by partici
pating In one of the Pennsylvania Rail
road company's personally-conducted
tours leaving New York and Philadel
phia Dec. 26, 18S5; Jan. 16, Feb. 6 and
27, March 19, April 2 and 23. and May
These tours cover a period of three
days each, and the rate, Including
transjiortatlon and two days' accom
modations at Washington's best hotels.
Is $13.50 from New York. $11.60 from
Philadelphia. $13.25 from Reading, and
proportionate rates from other points;
$14.50 from New York, Including meals
An experienced tourist agent and
chaperon will accompany each tour.
Detailed Itineraries will be sent on
application to Tourist Agent, 1196
Broadway, New York, or Room 411,
Broad Street Station, Philadelphia.
We Are Simply Stating a Fact
When we announce that The Tribune
circulation warrants advertisers in the
Investment of money in the columns of
our paper. This Is most conclusively
proved by the class of business houses
that have yearly contracted with us.
Would they continue these contracts If
It did not pay them? The dead mer
chant keeps the public from knowing
what he has on hand to sell, and thus
Inventories the same old stock at full
value every year (despite the fall of the
market), while the live merchant turns
the old stock into cash and purchases
new saleable goods. Which makes the
most money? It does not take a Phila
delphia lawyer to decide that question.
Are-you a live merchant?
BLOOD AND NERVES are very cloielv
related. Keep the blood rich, pura anil
healthy with Hood's Sarsaparllla and you
will have no trouble from nervousness.
HOOD'S PILLS are the best after-dinner
pills, assist digestion, prevent consti
- In our store all the time. Druy
men unloading big canes of newest
goods dally. Mora buniness and
more help. That menus lower
Largest stock of Rows' nd Pair
points reliable ware li town.
Ppeclal for this week: Sngxr
Bowl, Ruby Glasf, holds Ci -C
a dozen Spoons
Perhaps yon have several without
frames Nicely framed they
would make a Christmas present.
We do it: AO) styles of moulding.
Be that Ring wit M K. stone for
0j lacka. Ays
Are making their Holi
day purchases now and
having them set aside,
having more leisure to
make their selections and
a better assortment to se
YOU KOW THE
BEST THINGS GO FIRST
To the husband a nice
' Dinner Set will please
your wife. Forewarned
WEICHEL & MILLAR,
04 WYOMING IVERUL
Walk in and look around.
n p. mm
la Now at Ilia New Store
FULL LINE OF HATS
Sole Agent fur Knox Hats. Come
and Bee Me.
205 WYOMING AVENUE.
Baby Carriage Robes
Table Covers, all sizes,
in Oil Cloth,
! Poles, Trimmings
P. M'CREA a GO
128 WY OWING ftVINUI
ON THE LINE OF THE
CANADIAN PACIFIC 0
are located ths finest fishing anl hunting
grounds in tho world. DacrittiT book on
tpullcatlon. Tickets to all points in Msino,
Canada and' Maritime Prorinces, Minneapolis,
fct Paul. Canadian sad United State North-
est. Vancouver, Seattle, Taconia. Portland,
Ore., ban Franritoo.
First-Class Sleeping and Dining Cars
attached to all through trains. Tourist oars
fully fitted with bedding, curtains and sp c
lalljr adapted to wants ot families may be had
with second-class tickets. Rates always les
than via other lines. For full Information,
time tablos, etc., on application to
E. V. SKINNER, C5. E. A.
353 BROADWAY, NEW YOM.
MRTIH & DELANY'S
Are still offering the large stock of goods from
20 to 5o per cent, below cost.
Theso Goods Must
And if - you want bargains come and get then)
at once. .
From Fall to Winter
weather may be expected
at any time now. . Are
You prepared for it?
We Are; in fact we were
never before in such
splendid shape coun
ters, shelves and tables
literally groaning with
the immensity of the as
soriments of new Cloth
ing for fall and winter
use, and while the big
ness and beauty of the
stock creates a wondrous
surprise in the mind of
the beholder, the Little
ness of the Prices cre
ates a surprise still more
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WYOMING AVE, SCRANTON.
STEIHWAT ft SON
RRANICH ft BACK
STULTZ ft BAUER
Alto large stock of ArstIaM
We Will Sea What
Bicycles We Have on Hand
At a price which will save the
Victorias, Gendrons, Relays,
in Men's Wheels.
Victorias and Gendrons in
We have 'some second-hand
Wheels at your own price;
Baby Carriages at a bargain.
J. D. WILLfAfS BRO.
314 LACKA. AVE., SCRAHTON, PI.
Cures Colds, Lays Out LaGrlppo,
Cures Incipient Consumption.
Manufactured by G. ELMEN.
DORF, Elmira, N. T.. and for tale
by the trade generally.
MEGARQEL & CON NELL
Wholesale Agents, Scranton, Pl
TAKE CARE LlSJ
km wmiir ewrft jrou are troubled ento
OF YOUR EYES fcttKSp?
BVRG'S and hare your ere examined free.
We have reduced prlees and are the liwest la
tbe city. Nlciel spectacles from 11 to Bi fold
from Si to 10.
305 Spruce Street, Scranton, Pa.
Lpwlaturs sDSt Sammy, who was bit'