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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNING. JANUARY 11, 1894.
3 ?SRF1AS( JN GREAT VARIETY. No Fake Sale in Ours Vi'f have better bargains ever? day In the year tlmn so-called "bnrcain 'days, " "clearing sales," and such well-known, worn-out, jilayed-out schemes will altord. Fur real bargains iu PIBST-OLABfl NEW PIANOS AND ORGANS SEE US. EMERSON PIANOS Popular, reliable and within your roach. HALLET & DAVIS PIANOS Have taken over 100 first premiums In the past fifty years. Other makes of Pianr. Fonr maltos of Organs In beautiful new designs. See our Hock before buyiug. We have the goods, tur prices aro ngUu Everything m the music luiti, STELLE k SEELEY IS4 Wyoming Ave., Scranton, Pa. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! THE GENUINE POPULAR Punch Cigars HAVE THE INITIALS G., B. & Co,, Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's. (.OIK l l.i'l i. xjl U.K. DR. H. B. WARE! SPECIALIST. EYE. EAR, KOsE AXD THROAT. OFFICE HOURS :JKSSk 35 WYOMING AVE. WHAT MOU APPKOPRIATE Gift? The Labor of Man's Hands Will Pass Away, but Kaowltdgt Kuitir -th What would be moro appropriate from it wife to a husband, or the re verse; from a parent to a child; from a brother to a sister, in fact from almost any one to almost nay ono than a set of Thk Tribune's Encyclopedia Brit nnnica? The work W a ciupljt library, coveriou the entire field of knowledge. The BrlUntlios, among those ac qnainted with its merits, needs no words of praise. It has stood the test for 100 years, and tho last and ninth edition was only completed in 1889, as any ono may ascertain by consulting the twenty fourth volume, The fact that the publishers were over ten years In the prepiration of this edition and that leading scholars in every countiy were employed, should be a satisfactory guarantee to its greatness But Time Tribune edition is this and more. A supplement in the back of each volume furnishes the biography of living men, beside historical, scientific and statisti cal matter, bringing tho work down to date. The full set is delivered on the payment of $1 50. Remember that the Scribner edition of this great work will cost you $125 in cloth binding. The books may be ssen at 437 Spruce street any time during the day, or Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday evenings. See special notice on page three. "A Study in Scarlet." -. FORESTERS INSTALL OFFICERS. Deputy O. C. R. Thomas Allen, of Bun more, Conducts the Exercises. At a regular meeting of Court Scranton, Ancient Order Foresters of America, after the usual business was through, th doors were thrown opn and a public installation was conduct ed by Grand Chief Ranger Tliomss Allen, of Dnnmore, assisted by CharUs T. Treast, (J Herald, Charles Crown, Henry Kipf, John McCarty and Martin Kinney, nil in fuil regalia. The officers installed were E. L. Oakley, chief ranger; Edward Smith, sub chief ranger; William Wilson, financial s-cretary; Nelson La Rose, treasurer; D. M. Huntsman, senior woodward; Enis Frisby, junior wood ward; Oeorge C'rainer senior beadle; Charles Huntsman, junior beadle; George Harvey, trustee. After the installation the court pre sented Brother Russell with an elegant past chief ranger's certificate, being the first past chief of Scranton court. "A Study in Scarlet." e OSCAR WILDE'S FAMOUS PLAY. Lady Windermere's Fad at tho Aoadsmy Nsxt Monday Evening-. Oscar Wilde's comedy, "Lady Win dermere's Fan," winch bad a run of 200 nights at Palmer's theater, New York, last winter, and this season has been presented with gratifying success in the principal cities, will be presented at the Acadomy Monday evening by the following company under the direc tion of Charles Frohiuau: Lord Windermere Frank Oilmore Lord Darlington ilownll Hausell Lord Augustus Lortoft J. G. Savill Charles llumby Herbert Evling Cecil Graham E. 8. Abelns Mr. Hopper Charles Jnhlingor Parker H. Bennett Mrs. Erlynn Virginia Harued Lady Windermere Evolyu Catnpliell The Duchess of Berwick. Mrs. E. J. PbilliwB Lydie I'll mil ale.. Fanny Jackson Lady Stat field Anna Stannard Mrs. Cooper-Cooper Mariau Grey Lady .ledburg Anico Thurber Lady Agatha Hose Schuman Rosalia, a houte maid Marie Henderson ' Important to Business Man. Thk Thiiujnk will soon publish acare .tilly compiled and classified list of the leading wholesale, banking, manufactur ing and professional interests of Scranton and vicinity. The edition will be bound in book form, beautifully illustrated with photogravure views of our public build ings, business blocks.streots,etc. The circu lation is on a plan that cannot fail of good results to those conceruod as woll as the city at large. Representatives of Thk Triiiunk will call upon thosk . whose namks re desired lu this edition and explain its nature more fully. We trust our live business men will give it their hearty support. Those desiring views of their residences ' in this edition will please leave notice at the office. "A Study in Scarlet." Anheuesr Busch Bear. Louis Louaiau's, ltt& bpruce ab NEWS FROM WEST SIDE Happenings or a Day That Will Interest Hyde Park Rcadori FUNERAL OF DAVID J. DAVIS Largely Attended by Friends and Comrades of Lieutenant Griffin Post, Grand Army of the Republic Arrested for Stealing Timber Badly Burned by an Explosion. fThe West Sids ottoa of the Scranton Thirune is located at 118 South Main are uue, where subscriptions, advertisements and communications will receive prompt aUeutiou.J The funeral of David J. Dt vis took place yesterday afternoon at 8 o'clock from the family resilience, on Jackson street, ami was lsrgely attended. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. U. P. Jones, pastor of the Taber nacle Congregational church. The Ezra Griffin post, G A. R.. No. 189, of which the deceased was a member, at tended in a body sixty strong, and was headed by the Thirteenth regiment drum corps. The pall bearers were Police Ser geant John I) ivis, H. D. Jones, John J Howell, George W. Skill horn, Rob rl Lvueh and Ssmuul Rodgors. The remains were conveyed to the Forest Hill cemetery, whore interment was made. Rev. N. F. Stahl, chaplain of the Qrand Army, delivered an eulogy at the grave and spoke in the highest praise of the departed comrade. Three rotiuds of blank ammunition fired over the grave, with Up ou the drum closod the ceroinoniei. Deserted His Wife. Mrs. Kate Fennel!, a resident of Ox ford court, was before Alderman Grain yesterday with a pitiable tale of deser tion. She stated that her husband would spend his money on drink when he was working, which was not very ofteu, and staid away from home for days at a time. Mrs. Fenuell is com p 'iled to obtain a livlihood for horself and four children, ranging from 3 to 12 years. She was given a letter to tike to the poor board, Where she will receive the support she so badly needs Stole His Timbsr. Thomas Mason and brother George, were arraigued before Alderman Blair of the Fifth ward on charge of P, 0 Wickizer, of Newton, who said that they stole timber from his property, by cuttiug down the large trees that grow tbero. Constable Timothy Jones was sent in search of the men and brought them before the alderman. After a Hearing they were found guilty, but the case was settled by the young m -u paying the costs, Installation of Officers. Tinners' Union, No. 80, installed t!i following officers last evouing: Presi dent, J. Deraney; vice presi lent. The odore Riel ; financial seeretary.William Welsh; recording secretary, William Walter Eurnd by Gas. Thomas J. Thomas, of Academy street, an employ of Sand Banks, re ceived a painful injury last evening while at work. Thomas was in a chain ber with a naked lamp. The gas in tho air ignited and he was badly burned about the hands and lace. He was removed to his home and medical aid summoned to dress his injuries. He is a married man with three children. Sidewalk Needed. The attention of the trustees of the First Welsh Baptist church should be directed to the bad condition of the sidewalk in front of their property on North Garfield avenue, which is at preseut leased by the school board and used as a day school, relieving No. 14 of its overcrowded condition, During the wet weather of tho past week the children were obliged to wade through mini ankle deep, A few Hag stones at this point would be an advantage felt by all pedestrians. The Bona Set Wrong. Mrs. Randolph Jones, of Jackson street, who suffered a fracture of the leg five months ago by breaking the bone near tho nnkle. which was not properly set, loft for Philadelphia yes terday morning for the purpose of con sulting physicians for treatment. Mrs. JoneB has not been able to walk with out tho aid of crutches since the ac aidant Interacting- News Notes. Keystone lodge, Royal Knights of America, will hold a social ut iMuars' hall this evoning. The Episcopal diocese of central Pennsylvania will bold a winter session of the archdeaconary of Scrnnton in St. David's church on Jackson streot, Jan. 15, 10 and 17. Jonn Stafford, of California, is the guest of Mr. nn I Mrs. Henjamin Ad kins, of North Main avenue, Mrs. H. A. Davies, of Wilkes-Barre. was tho guest of friends ou this side. "A Study in Scarlet." SLED DASHED AGAINST A POLE. But the Boy Eicaped Serious Injury by Pure Luck. Clssrles Dacraw, a boy about 15 years of age, residing with his parents at 211) North Ninth street, was slightly in jured while coasting on West Lacka wanna avenue hill yesterday after noon. Young Decraw was coasting on the sidewalk and when near Lackawanna avenue and Ninth street sought to steer out of the way of pedestrians. Ha lost control of the sled and it dashed against telegraph pole on the corner. Tne boy was thrown into the road, where he lay unconscious for n time, He was picked up and carried to his home. It was loi.rned arter wnrd that he was only suffering from e everal bad bruises. KNIGHTS OF THE GOLDEN EAGLE. Offlosra That Havo Been Elected by Sil ver Star Castle, of Providence. Thp following are the officers of Sil ver Star Castle. No. Ill), Knights of the Golden Eagle, of Providence elected for the ensuing six months' term: , Past chief, Henry D-ivies; noble chief, 0, V Halstead ; vice chief, Sid ney Wbb: high priest, Titus Ds vies; venerablo hermit, Benjamin Webb; mister of records, John Morgan; clerk of ercht quer, Henry Coles; keeper of exchequer, Thomas Webb; sir herald, John Iglar; worthy bard, Iters Davies; worthy chamberlain, William Webb; ensign, William Mills; eBiiuire, Thomas Bowen; first guardsman, Thomas Wil liams: second gnardsman, Joaepth Webb; trustees, Henry Davies, Boyer Gilb's, Josepth Webb; representative of the grand castle, John Morgan, VERDICT REACHED IN BAIRD CASE. It Was Sealed and Will B) Brought Into Court Today. The trial of the trespass case of M. M. Baird against Walter B. Curtis win resumed yesterday morning before Judgo Gunster. Records of the court were offered in evidence, showing the ignoring by the grand jury of the charge made against Mr. Baird and the placing of the costs ou the prosecutor, Mr. Curtis. Tho plaintiff rested and Attorney W. S. Diohl opened for the dtfonse. Attorney W. W. Watson wbb called to the stand and gave the history of the meeting that took place on Aug. 12. 18H9, when tho business arrange ment between Mr. Baird and Mr. Curtie was terminated. The latter demanded the money taken iu by Mr. Baird on Aug. 19, but that gentleman, through hie attorney, E H. Suurtleff, refused to give it up. He said ho was entitled to the money received in the store up to the tiuio the agreement concerning the transfer of tho stock and business to Curtis & Co. was signod, late nn the night of Aug. 12. On Aug. 18, Mr. Curtis came to wit ncss and wanted to know what could be done to get the money for the sales made on Aug. 19 from Mir. Baird. Witness told Mr, Curtis that he might have Mr. Baird arrested for false pre tenses and Mr. Curtis did so. That closed the testimony for tho defense, and Mr, Baird and Attorney Shurtleff went on the stand iu rebuttal. Clos ing arguments were made by Attor noys Diohl and Ross, and at 8.80 the case was given to the jury. It agreed alter court adjourned and sealed its verdict. In the interpleader cases of Mrs. Sarah Bradley against Crandall He Co., and W. M. Ford agaiust Johu W. Ma suy iSr Son. verdicts were returned for tho plaintiffs. The trespass case of Mrs. Ann Mun ley against John L. Hull was called for trial but on account of the absence of important witnesses It was continued until today. When court adjourned the case of Gilmore & Duffy against O. B. Partridge, garnishee, was on trial. The suit is the outgrowth of trouble arising from the failure of Philip Roll, a grocer, of this city. Attorneys James H. Torrey and John P. Albro appear for the plaintiff and Attorney Milo J. Wilson for the defendant. AMUSEMENT NOTES.- "The Limited Mail," which couios to the Academy this evening, is of the comedy drama order, ami was written by Elmer E Vauce.a former Columbus telegraph operator, who has Utilised his training to introluce many start ling nud wonderful inventions iu stage effects. A RAILttOAD TICKET. The farce comedy, "A Railroad Ticket," will be pres-nted ut the Acad emy tomorrow evening. This excel lent play has scored the biggest kind of a hit, wherever presented and will doubtless continue to do so, for tho roBter of the company is an excellent one. THE TORNADO. The dissecting room scene in Lincoln J. Carter's new play, "The Tornado," which comes to the Academy of Music Saturday eveuing, is one of the most attractive scenes of the performance, it was this feature of the new play which was awaited by Mr Cirter's ad mirers, with a possible doubt as to his ability to keep it freo'from gruesome shades, but the production has settled beyond a doubt tho complete triumph of the feature. LADY WINDERMERE'S FAN. Oscar Wilde's famous play, "Lady Windermere's Fan," will be produced at tho Academy Monday evening by Charles Frohumu's company. "A Study in Scarlet." MR. AND MRS. DE LCCY SURPRISED. NOTES SOU SIDE Happenings of a Day That Will Interest Many Tribune Readers. A GOOD SEASON IS ANTICIPATED Spruks Bros. Receiving Quantities of Lumber Death of a Pioneer Funeral of John Boland A. L. Collins to Read a Paper on "Why Men Don't Go to Church." HENRY COMPANY AT WONDERLAND. T li rty-Fif h Annivrsary of Their Mar riage Commemorated. Tuesday was the thirty-fifth anni versary of the marriage of Captain and Airs P. DeLacy, and during their absence from (heir home on Capouse avenue that evening, it was taken pos session of by a number of their friends. The worthy couple were completely surprised on returning homo. Thoy were each presented with a handsome plnsh easy chair and Mrs. DeLacy in addition received a pair of handsome, hand painted banners. The presentation 'speech was made by ex- Mayor T. V. 1'owderly, tinder whom Mr.I DeLacy was for six years chief of police. Ho referred in an eloquent manner to the fuithful manner in which Mr. Do Lacy has performed every duty imposed upon him both in public and private life. An appropri ate response was made by Mr. Da Laoy, Attorney C. H, Soper then extended the congratulations of those present and took occasion to pay a deserve 1 tribute to Mr. DeLacy's distinguished military services. Several other mem bers of the company also made ad dresses. The company was then escorted to the dining room, where a delectable tapper was servod. Tho tables were artistically decorntod. After supper several honrs were passed in social converse nud in listening to vocal nud instrumental muiie. Those prosent were: Mr. and Mrs. T. 'V, Powderly, Attorney nud Mrs 0. H. Sopor, Mr. and Mrs. LcGrand Wright, Mr. and Mrs, Charles Osburv, Mr. and Mrs E L. Haas, Mr. and Mrs. John San ford, Mr. and Mrs. A. Mears, Air. and Airs. H. Seeley, Air. and Airs. John AIcLane, Mr. nnd Mrs. 1'. Stock, Mr. and Mrs. E. Kresge, Air. and Airs. John Peel, Airs. Charles Biker of Honesdale, Mrs, E. A. Scull, Air?. Clark. Airs. ,Tams Hicks, Mrs. AI. I). Roche, Aliises Jen nie Burnett, Millie Leuthnor and AI A. Davies, and John Cooper and Frank Louthner. LARGE CROWDS AT EDEN MUSEE, The Show Pleases All and Is a Very Taking One. Large crowds continue to patronize the first-class hIiow being glvVn bv Manager Jefferson at the Eden Alusee this week. I ho performance of "Bronco Iloccacio" with Wallace, the untamed lion, is one of. the greatest wonders seen in this city in some time. In the theater a first class variety show is being given. Inez Pearl, the dance artist, and Rioe and Alclntyre are the cleverest of porformers. Davitt and Robinson, two Scranton boys, are staging a clever Irish eong and dance sketch. - New Blcyola. A now bicycle worth Vo will be eold for 188. Tho niat-hine is guaranteed and is a rare bargain. .Machine may be seen at the Tribune office. BUSINESS NOTICES. Spruks Bros,, the lumber dealers, are evidently expeoting a brisk season iu their line during the year 1894. Car after car is being ;un loaded nud hauled to their Alder street yards, while a similar condition prevails in the yard at Meadow avenue, Speaking on the subject yesterday, T. H, Spruks, the senior member of the firm, said: "Everything points to a brisk trade in the building. Not only will there be many new edifices reared, but many persons are contemplating extensions to the homes which they have already erected. Besides, there are very few desirable houses that are vacant, and landlords who expect to derive any revenue from their proper ties an beginning to realize that only the better class of houses are profitable tnd they are being governed accord ingly." Inese words coming from such a source spsuk well for the future growth of this portion of the city. Air. Spruks said that the average annual business done in lumber and building is $125, 000. Another Pioneer Gone. One by one the older residents of tho city are passing away, the last one be ing Airs. Henry Snyder, of Pittstou avenue, who died yesterday morning. Airs Snyder came to this, city about fifty years ago and had always been an upright and exemplary Christian wife and mother Death was due to pul monary troubles. Her husband and son, Joseph Snyder, survive her. The funeral will take place tomorrow morning. Services will be hold in St. Mary's Catholic church. Funeral of John Boland. The remains of John Boland, who was killed in New Jersey Tuesday morning, arrived in this city on the 0 o'clock train last evening and were taken to his homo in the Twelfth ward. The funeral will occur tomorrow after noon. The young man had worked at Sparrow's Point all summer and had been away from home since spring. Ho was a model young man and was a brother of Patrick Boland, a roll hand at the South works. Shorter Paragraphs. Circulars soliciting members in a charitable organization known as the Working Boys' Home of Boston, nre be ing circulated by Mrs. Philip Wren, of Stone avenue. Tho advantages are purely Hiiiritnal. Air. and Airs. Robert AlcCrea aud family wore in Avoca yesterday attend ing the funeral of Airs. AlcCrea' niece Forman Andrew White of the Wil liam Connell Hose company has pres ented the company with a handsomely framed photograph of Chief Engiueor H. F. Feroer. At a meeting to bo hold at- the IVnn Avenue Baptist church on Jan. 15. A L. Collins, well and favorably kitown here, will read a paper on "Wliv Men Don't Go to Church." It will be a fifteen minute paper and cannot fail to prove interesting. "A Study in Scarlet." ST. JOSEPH'S SOCIETY OFFICERS. Elected at the Annual Mesting at the Pouti.tlii.tr Horn. At tho annual meeting of St. Joseph's society held at the foundling home yes turday morning officers for tho year were elected. Tho officers choson were: President, Rev, P. J. McAIanus; vice president, Mrs. John Burnett; secretary, Mrs. P. J. Horan; financial secretary, Miss Anna Cusick; treasurer, Airs F. W. Gnuater, Directors, Rev. P. J. AIc Alanus, Airs. P. J. Horan, Airs. F. W. Gunster, Alts. Dnggan, Alts. O'Boylo, Mrs. AlcDonald, Airs. Gitzgerald, Airs. Airs. Flaherty, Airs. Cusick. "A Study in Scarlot." CONTRACT WAS NOT OBSERVED. Coutt Is Asked to Compal Jacob Cohen to Live Up to It. Alfred Darte, of Kingston, and liar riet A. Herring, of Carboudale, yester day brought a suit in equity against Jacob Cohen to compel him to carry out a contract he entered iuto ou Alay 15. 1871. The pluintiffs claimed to own a tract of land located in hell township, lhe defendant said he wus the owner of an undivided one-half intureRt in it, aud to settle the dispute the plaint ill's and defendant agreed to canvey quit claim deeds for certain portions ot the land to each other. This was not done by the defendant, houce the notion to cum pel him to do so. s, "A Study in Scarlot." Dr. C. C LAUBAOB, dentist, Gas and Water company building, Wyoming ave nue. Latest improvements. Eight years in ecranton, is) "A Study In Scarlot." Beadleston & Woera'a and Ballantlne'e Ales are the best. E. J. Wauju, agent, 88 Lackawanna avenue. ' "A Study in Scarlet." . A Bicycle for $36. A youth's bicycle will be sold at 135, worth $75. Call at Tribune oillce. Time Will Tell TELL WHAT! WHY, TELL THE MEANING OF "A STUDY IN SCARLET." Pride and Poverty to Be the Bill During the Next Three Daye. The Henry Comedy company is re peating itssuccees of several niouthajago at Wonderland this week. Miss Stam ford, supported as she is by an excel lent company, produced "East Lynn" before the publio in a first class slyle this week. Today the company will begin to play "Pride and Poverty," whioh is spoken of very highly. It wss written especi ally for the company by J. H. Slater, who takes one of the leadiir char acters. Miss Staniford is said to be ex cellent in the part assigned to her. STOLE MONEY FROM HER BOSOM. That Is the Offense Lizzie Newton Charged George Orgle With. George Orgle has begun an action agaiimt Lizzie Newton, of this city, to recover $1,000 for alleged defamation of character. Mr. Orgle's attorneys, lliilslandor v Vosbtirg, yesterday hied the declaration in the case. It sets forth that on Jan. 4 Lizzie Newton, in the presence of divers wit nesses, declared that Air. Orgle stole a pocketbook containing $15.87 from her bosom. He denies the theft and leys the charge is false and malicious, Relnhart's Market, 88 and 8R Lackawanna avenue. Every day rrom n a. m. to ID a. m. Kouna steak, lie; sirloin steak. Mo.: standing rib ronst h'ic, ; chuck roast, Ho; boiling moat, 4c.; "esh pork, lac; pork sausago, laso. IF YOU WANT A Photograph tuken of vour Wlfo or Children, Horses, Dogs, House, gWttBXRBARV Or Yourself, you cannot do hotter than C-AI.I. AM) I MX m i I Ml Ss At Van Oordor's Onllery, Kit) Bpruco street. Hoclal attention glvou to developing aud Qiitsulug for amatouru. The Leader. The Thiiums Encyclopedia Britanmca covers every dopartuient of kuowlodge known to uiankiud. The TniHUNK Encyclopedia Hritanuica is the most complete reference library the world has ever seen. The Thiulne Encyclopedia Britaanica is tho liiguest authority on every subject, being the result of tho labors of moro than LiiOu scholars, each one a muster special ist in his class and a recogni.ud authority on the subject of which ho treats. It has been said of tho Encyclopedia lirit anuica that, "It all other books should be destroyed, the Hib'.e excepted, the world would have lost but little of its informa tion." Tho president of Yale college has said, "ho will defy anyone to buy 3,!U0 volumes which will give him as good u working library as is furnished iu tho Encyclope dia Hritanuica." Tho authority of the Encyclopedia Hrit anuica lias never been questioned in any court of justice lu this, conn try or in Eu rope. Lawyers take it into court to spuak from it or quote it with the same assurance that thoy would from a law book. Nowadays everybody Is expectod to have an t,ncyclojKi(lia. It you act at once you can get the best in, print for a song aud sing it yourself. If you would beouo of tho fortunnto you suoulu not at once. (Inly 10 ceuts a day, and it means success in life. Call at The TrIBUNI E. U. department, 487 Spruce street, and seo for yourself whut a library is now within your reach. RnOROTON Typewriters nnd Edison Phonographs for sale and rent. Copying work executea. monographs rented lor an evening's entertainment. Toloplione 2343. Edw. liuustor, Jr., 435 Spruce streot. Books I Books t Books 1 During the cohiiug weok we shall offer to the subscribers of Tin: Tiuuuxe rare bargains iu books. e have a largo lino of bright and pop ular volumes, elegantly bouud, that wo intend to give to tbo patrons of the paper nt about one-fourth of tho usual price. Tho following list will give you an idea of tho inducements aud the unusual op portunities to secure valuable additions to your library. Rognlar Tribune's Price. Price. Tho World's Fair (New) t .88 Pictorial History of the Ciroat Civil War 3 00 .80 Pilgrims' Progress (Illust'ed) 9.60 .80 Earth, Sea and Sky 2 75 ,78 Alarvelous Wonders 1!.75 .iu Life and Works of Spurgeon 1.80 .00 Pictorial History ot tho Bible 2.75' .85 Museum of Wonders 2.75 .85 Prom Pole to Pole 2.75 ,80 Pictorial History of the t'ui- ted States 3.00 .;n Science of Life. 2.75 LOO Lifeof Harnnm 1.80 .50 Indian Horrors 1.50 .50 J seplius 8.00 1.00 Shepp's Photographs 3.50 1.25 $ A (CUT YOUR COUPONS.) On presentation of two of the-e Coupons, Subscribers of THE TRIB UNE may purchaso any book in the above list. YOU PROBABLY dontknow it, but it is a fact. We have the largest line of medium priced DINNER, TEA AND TOILET SETS in the city. We sell no goods but what we guarantee. SILVERWARE, CUT GLASS, BRIC-A-BRAC. CHINA v HALL WEICHEL & MILLAR 116 Wyoming Avenue. 6 BONDS for SALE To Investors. THK SCI' ANTON Axle Workfl hasVe issued $75,000 of G per cent. Coupon BondS; mlt'irsl payable semi annually .These bonds are to run for ten years) from Nov. l, L893. Only it limited amount are offered for sale to Investors, These bonds are Hrsl mortgage on the entire plant of the company, stud are issued for the DUrpOBO of enlarging the works, The bonds are of the denominations of 81, ono, roo and $100 each, For further particulars address JTO. M. KJ5MEBEB, Pres. Or E. H. RIPRLE, Treasurer, HCltANTON, VA, Prices on goods in our windows will tell the tale of first-class bargains at merely nominal prices. TWICE PAY YOU TO LOOK THEM OVER Martin & JDelany, Coal Exchange Building. 132 Wyoming Ave. THB COLUMBUS II HOUSE Is the most popular musical establishment in Northeastern Penn sylvania. The highest grade of Pianos and Organs. The lowest prices obtainable anywhere and the most liberal terms ever offered to purchasers are some of the leading inducements. Look at the list THE CELEBRATED Sohmer Pianos, Everett Pianos, Vose & Sons' Pianos, Mehlin Pianos, Popular Pease Pianos. THE WORLD RE NO WIVED Esiey Organs, Story & Clark Organs, Chicago Cottage Organs, Palace Organs And ull kinds f Musical Merchandise constantly uu baud. The Holidays are here, and this is the place to buy Pianos for a Christmas i regent. Prioee are lower than any other music store in Scranton. Special iiuenuon uemeiuber always when you start out to Bearch for a Piano or Or- Kan that Christopher Columbus points with his right hand to the exact plaoa you want to go. Nowhere it is: 205 WASHINGTON AVENUE, columOToIW. J. VY. Guernsey, Prop. SCRANTON, PA, Do You Need an Ulster? Do You Need an Overcoat? F YOU do, now is the time to buy one, and our store is the place to get it. 1 Because we are going to sell every one which we have in our store this winter. Price is no object, profits have now disap peared, and you can buy one very v cheap. 1 ry it. THE CLOTHIERS FOR THE PEOPLE, 220 Lackawanna Ave. P. S. Look for our name before the door before en terinof. Make no mistake. ARK DOWN MEN'S SLIPPERS G.W. Owens & Co. All tliose who are seeking useful and sen iceable JLIPPEKS should avail themselves immediately of the bargains now on sale iu MEN'S SLIPPERS Hen's Fsosi Niiiier....2.on; formerly SUM Men's Alligator slipper. &SS; formerly Mon's Kunsin Calf " l.ftO; formerly MS Men'i Btueet Ooet M l.SOi formerly -.oe ICen'i Kangaroo 41 I.SOj formerly u.oo Men's Velvet Op'ra" l.OO; formerly LSD Men's ' .60; formerly l.UO Also, a variety of Fancy and Colored Slippers, in till shapes and styles, at figures far below majrkel prices. SCHANK'S Arcade Shoe Stora. hiomim; i. 90 508 ladies' Tuilors snd Furriers, ' RTJOB ST.. COURT HOUSE SgUAKE) DON'T Scientific Eye Testing Free By Dr. Shimberg, Tim Speoieiiet on the Ej-a Heefleehee nnd Nervousness relieved. Lutest nnd Improved Stylo of Kyo Glasses nnd Spoi tneles at tho Lowest l'riuos. Uust Artltloiul Kyes inserted for J5. Sos SPRUCE ST., op. Poet Office. Think that because you have not bought your WINTER FURS OR CLOAK, FUR CAPES, JACKET, WRAP OR MACKINTOSH That you can fret along; without it this winter. We havo three months ot cold weather ahead of nt, To drees warm is to have GOOD HEALTH. You will find our stock largo with NEW IDEAS. If you think of buying or not, visit us, We may have just what you were looking for, You know that a garment that fill perfectly is what you will buy. The Price Will Please You. gllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHU CUT THIS OUT. I 3 "TRIP AROUND THE WORLD ' 1 Portfolio of Photographs 1 COUPON. g January 10,1894 S Bend or bring iu 2 Coupous 5 of different dates, together 6 with 5 cents, and receive this S Album of rare i'hotographs. THE TRIBUNE, s Cor. Ponn Ave. nnd Spruce 8t. CUT THIS OUT. liigiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiii.X