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No Fake Sale in Ours
We have hotter barpnlns every flat In
tre year than so-called "bargain days,"
"clearing fales," anil such well-known,
trorn-out, played-oat schemes will afford.
For reul bargains iu PlBST-OLAflS NBW
see js.
Popular, reliable and within jour reach.
.Ucre taken over 100 first premium! in
llie post titty years.
Other makes of Plnnn. Four mattes of
Organs In beautiful new designs, See our
took before bnying. We Iikti) the good.
Our prices uro uguc. Every luiug m the
lUUblt liUl).
IS4 Wyomlna Ave.. Scranton. Fa.
Punch Cigars
G., B. 8c Co,
fmrrinteii m EachCjflSr
Garney, Erown & Co. Mfr's.
The Leading Events of the Week in Scran-
ton's Religious Circles.
Primitive Methodist Church at Blake
ly to Be Dedicated Tomorrow Dr.
McArthur, of New York, to Speak
at the Jackson Street Church.
Rev. E. L. Miller Declines Call to
ISH To j.M.
Pay your gas
bills today and snve tho
James O'Upyle. of Lynn, Mass., is call
ing on Sixth, ward relatives.
Nelson Bhchnnnan and R. I.. Harney,
representative bridge builders, called at
tbu city engineers office yesterday.
First Tour to Floiida via Pennsylvania
Railroad This Year.
This year's series of Pennsylvania
railroad tours to the land of sunshine
and H nvers will ha Inaugurated on Jan.
80, when a luxurious special train,
composed entirly of fullm in sleeping
and dining cars, will leave New York
at9.;i0. Trenton 11.08 a. m., Philadel
phia 19 10, Wilmington 18,50 p.m., and
thence via the most direct route to the
destination point Jacksonville. At
this latter place the tourists are left to
follow their own inclination as to
where they shall spend the two weeks
allotted to them. The great number
of side trips that are available renders
a selection from which a choice may
be made to suit the desiros of tho most
Tho unsurpassed climate according
with the cloudless, azure-blue sky
throughout the immense confines of
the state, and the healthful effects to
be enjoyed by a sojourn within its bor
ders lira sUio to bo appreciated by the
strong al well as the feoble, in what
ever direction thny am prompted. ifoO
from New York, $18 from Philadel
phia, and proportionate rates from in
termediate or contiguous points within
a generous radius are made on the most
liberal basis, ane include railroad fare,
sleeping accommodations and meals en
route in both directions while on the
special train. Tho remaining dates of
the series are Feb. 18 and '.27,ind March
18 uud 27.
Rev. T. J. Morris will preach to
morrow at Nanticoke. Prayer service
will be hold in his own church.
The Calviuistic Methodist church of
Bellevue presented Llewelyn Jones,
organist, with an elegant bonk case
and some music books as a token of
his services in the church.
The ordinance of baptism will bo ad
ministered in tomorrow evening's
service at the Christian church, of
Providence, by Rv. D M. Kiuter.
Tho Primitive Methodist church, of
Blakely, will dedicate its new edifice
to-morrow. The nw house of worship
is spacious and speaks well of tho
labors of Rev. J. uigginson, the pas
tor. Some of the old preachers of the
denomination are expected to be pres
ent. Baptists,
Special meeting ar.t being hold in
the Jackson Street church. The at
tendance is good and great intorest
Rev. A B. O'Neal, of Dunmora, ad
dressed the Ladles' Missionary circl-j
of Jackson stre-t, last evening.
Rev. D. O. Hughes, D. D. will ad
dies thestudenu at Bnc-knell univer
sity tomorrow. Dr, John H Harris,
president of that institution, will
preach at the Jackson Street church
tomorrow at the usual hours.
Rev. Dr. McArthur, of Now York
city, will lecture at the Jackson Street
church next month. H leoturea in
the city tWO years ago, and was the
chosen one from the Baptist denomi
nation to preach at the recent dedica
tion of the Elm Park church.
The programme for the next quar
terly meeting of the Welsh Baptist
chinches has been published. It will
be held on Feb. 10 and 90 at Plymouth
At the roll call last Thursday evea
ing in the North Main avenue obr.roh,
two very interesting sermons .vre en
joyed by the church. Tho roll call
look place in the nf ternoou, and Rev.
Warren ft, Partridge delivered the ad
dress. In the evening session, ad
dresses wore deliv -red bv llsv. T. J
Collins, Rov. D, C. Hughes, D. D ,11 -v.
Douglas, of Clark's Green, and li;v.
Dr. Flipple, of the Baptist Publication
Regular business meetiug will bo
held, next Thursday, at the North
Main Avenue church.
Rev. W. F. Davieg will spend tomor
row in Elwardsdnle.
Rov. D. W. Skellinger gave a very
interesting stereopticon exhibition at
the First Welsh church Weduesday
Rev. D. P. Jones will preach at
Spring Brook tomorrow. Prayer ser
vices in his own church.
The Sunday school classes taught by
Miss Lulu Jam 'S and Miss Jennie
Lewis in the Plymouth church, will
hold a social next Wednesday evening
to secure money to pay for the window
behind the pulpit,
The Ladies' Aid society of the Ply
mouth church will hold a tea party on
Washington's birthday, Fob. 22.
Rev. 0 C. Creegan D.D., and W. A,
Duncan. Ph. D., will speak next Tues
day evening at 7.80 at the Welsh
church on Market street, Providence.
The Congregationalists of this city are
invited to attend to hear these eloquent
spoakors, whose reputations have long
been established in the valley. They
will speak on Wednesday evening in
Edwardsville, on Thurs lay evening in
Plymouth and on Friday evening iu
Very successful meetings have been
held at the Welsh church, of Provi
dence. They have resulted in the con
version of about a dozen persons, most
of whom are parents of large families.
The "Brownies" will give an enter
tainment on Feb. 9 at tho armory in
Providence, under the auspices of the
Sunday school of the Puritan church
An amended bill in equity was filed
yesterday In the case of Andrew D. Spen
cer and Frank M. Spencer against the New
York, Susquehanna and Wen tern Railroad
Tuesday is tho last day for filing city
certificates of nomination with the county
A rule for a now trial was granted yes
terday by tlio court in tho enso of BeQjs
min Harvey against Jnmos Wilson on mo
tion of Counsel for tho defendant. A jury
gave a verdict of 4') against him on Mon
day. Attorney ('. H. Sopor, counsel for Mrs.
Mary Rosenngle, yesterday lilod twenty
three reasons for a now trial in tho case
which that lady instituted against ex
Jndge Handley. It was tried last week
and verdict given for the defendant. Court
granted n rule to show causj why a now
trial should not bo granted.
In tho case of IT. A. Herb against A. II.
Rauscuineyer a rule wus granted by tho
court yesterday to show ennso why tlio
judgment should not bo opened aud de
fendant let into a defense.
Judge Edwards yosterdav handed down
nn opinion iu the case of tho Greenwood
Coal company against William McCorinnck
and others, supervisors aud tax collector
of Lackawanna township, continuing tho
preliminary Injunction until further order
of tho courts.
Marriage licenses were granted by Clerk
of the Court Thomas yesterday to .lames
Loftus mid Lizzie Mornn, Carbondale:
Everett Moore and Rhoda La Uarr, Dun
mote; Jacob Blum and Josephine Merrick,
Scranton; Peter Bobo and Frances Btohr,
Scranton; Michael J. Gilbride aud Bridget
Clark, Scranton.
Flfly Oama for Ten Csnle.
Remember that fifty beautiful pictures
and not simply sixteen aud they all
representing tho most notable buildings
nud oxnibits ut the late World's fair can
now bo obtained at The Tiuiiink ofllce for
10 cents and throe coupons. I'art I of the
World's Fair Portfolia contains these ar
tlStiO gems and souvenirs, uut your cou
pons and gut the pictures.
Tho pictures which have excited tho nd
m i rat Ion of so many people may bo had at
Thk TitlBUNK office today. The demand
was so great that the supply was ex
hausted, but. a thousand are now ready
(or distribution.
Beadleiton ft Wwra'i and Ballontlne'i
Ales are tho best. E. J. W alsu, agent, 8S
Lackawanna avenue.
Rkminoton Typewriters and Edison
Phouograpus for sale and rent. Copying
work executed. Phonographs rented for
an evening's entertainment. Telephone
2343. Edw. GuiiBtur, Jr., 435 Spruce
The archdeaconry meeting held this
week in the St. David's church was
one of tho bust over held in the diocese.
The services were well attended and
the enthusiasm manifested was groat.
The last sermon was listened to by a
crowded house and many pooplo wsro
turnod away foi lack of room.
The church of Towauda has pur
chased a new organ nnd has generously
donated the old one to St David's
church of this city Tho organ is in
good condition and will only cost the
St. David's poople the necessary ex
pense of getting it to the city aud erect
ing it.
Last evening tho young people of
Christ church held an entertainment in
the vestry of the church.
Rev. George Chritti in, of Wilkes-
Barre, will deliver a lecture on Jan. 86
at Christ church, on "The Life of
Christ," illustrated by stereopticon
Rev. E. L Miller, of the Holy Trin
ity church, told his people last Wed
nesday evening that bo had declined
tho call to Boston Tho church and
the congregation are greatly pleased to
learn that their pastor will still labor
ninohg them.
Rev. G. Hausser, of the First Ger
man church, lias spent the week aiding
his son at Long Island. He is expected
home today.
A library nocial will be held by the
Ladies' Aid society of the Park Place
church, next Thursday evening.
At the ministers' meeting next Mon
day morning, Rev. G. T. Price, of
Avocu.will read a paper on "The Prov
idence of God and Man's Moral
Agency '
The King's Daughters' society of tho
Cedar Avenue church will celebrate its
anniversary tomorrow evening. The
Usual Sibbath evening services will be
con lucted by them.
The ladies of the Codar Avenue
church will hold a Social next Tuesday
evening. An entertainment will alsu
be given. Admission will be 15 cents.
The following officers were olected at
the Second German church Sunday
school: H Wyand, superintendent;
E. J. Nacher, assistant; G. Velth, sec
retary; E. Schwnld, treasurer; W.
Eichstadt and W. Nacher, librarians.
The Epworth Leagne of th Socond
German church will hold its annual
meeting next Thursday evening.
Yearly reports will be given and offi
cers elected.
fecial meetings have been held in
the Hampton Street church. Rav. D.
W. Skelliuger preached there last
Tho evening service tomorrow at the
Simpson church will be iu charge of
the young people.
The Epworth League of tho Asbury
church will hold a reception Monday
ovening from 8 until 10 o'clock. The
members of the society cordially in
vite the young people of the church
and congregation to be present.
The Rov. August Lunge has started
a monthly paper devoted to the inter
ests of his church and congregation.
Tho Christiau Endeavor society of
the Washburn street church will hold
its annual meetiug on Feb C Rev.
Thornton A. Mills. Ph. D , of Wilk.es
Barre, will deliver the address. All the
Endeavor societies iu the city are in
vited to attend
The ladies of the Washburn atrest
church exp?ct to arrange for a series
of lectures. The first on the pro
gramme is Rv. N G Parks, D D., of
Pittston, who will deliver his lecture
in the near future.
The Westminster church will be
dedicated to-morrow. The structure
was completed t'lis week. At 10 a, m
the sermon will be preached by Dr S
C Logan, At 2 p. m Rov. James Me
Leod will preach, and congratulatory
addresses will be delivered by the pas
tors present. At 0 p. m. av. S. O.
Logan, D, D will again presch.
At the auuual business meeting of
the Christian E uleavor society of the
Providence church the .following
officers were eloctod: President, Mrs
Helen Hurlb'.itt; assistant, Miss May
Benedict; secretary, Miss Catherine
Gabriel; treasurer, A. Atherton.
Rev. S. C. Logan and Kit. Gtaorge
Guild conducted a meeting last Tues
day evening at the Slavonic church, of
Peckville. They received two new
members into the church.
Last Sunday the Sunday school at
tendance at the Providence church was
eight larger than on on any Sibbath in
the history of the church.
Calvary Rivoriud Church Corner
Monroe avenue and Gibson street, Rev. W.
II. Btnbblebtne, pastor. Preaching 10.30
a. m, and 7.80 p. m.
CHURCH of CHRIST Scientist -Spencer
building, S19 Adams avenue, liible
lesson at 10,80 a.m. Church services at
7.80 p m. I). N. McKee, speaker. All are
Welcome. Seats free.
Christian Church North Main avenue.
Services 10.80 a. m., and7.80 p. m., ord
nauee of baptism. Sermons by pastor D.
M. Kiuter.
St. Pai l's Okkman CHURCH Prospect
avenue. Services, 10.80 a. in., and 7.30
p. m. Sermons bv pastor lv. KUsling.
Tkixitv EVANOKLICAL Mission, corner
Luke and Kurtz streets Key. J. G. Whit
mire, pastor. Services, 10(80 a. in., Bub
j 'ft, ' The Best Work." Sunday school 9
p.m. Hovival sorvico at 7.15 p. m. with
song and prayer.
Chbstxut Strut Qirxar Church
Pastor, Rev. Pape, M I)., will preach at
10.3(1 a.m. and 1.80 p.m.
Penx Avf.xuf. Baptist ChurchRov.
Warren G. Partridge, pastor. Services at
10.80 a. in., and at 7.30 p. in.
Jackson Stiieet Baptist CHURCH
Sermons at 10. 30. a. m. aud 0 p.m. by Dr.
.1. 11. Harris. Sunday school a2p.ni. A
cordial welcome to nil. Seats free to all
FIRST Baptist CHURCH Pastor Collins
will preach Sabbath at 10.80 a. in. and ut 7
p. m. Seats free. All welcome.
North Main a virus Baptist Church
Pastor . G. Watkins will preach at
10.30 a. m. uud 7.30 p. in.
Welsh Baptist Chlkch West Market
street. Pastor W. F. Davis. Prayer meet
log at 10 a. in., an. I 6 p. in.
FmsT Welsh Baptist Chi iu ii, South
Minn avenue. Pastor W. B, Jones will
preach at 10,30 a. ni. and nt 7:l!0 p. m.
llll'KOUV St it let Gkiiman Baptist
Church Pastor J. 0. Bchmitt will preach
at 10.80 a. in. and 7. HO p. in.
Qribh Riooi Baptist Church Pastor
W. J. Ford will preach at 10.30 a. m. and
7.30 p. m.
Duxmorb Baptist ch apel A B. Aneal,
pastor, cervices at 10.3 ) a. m. and (.30 p.
in. Rev. W. B. Grow will preach iu the
morning service. Sermon in the evening
bv tho pastor, subject, "And It Was
Night." The ordinance of baptism will bo
ailniuiptered to a uuniner o candidates iu
i ho evening. Cordial iuvitatiou extended
to all.
Calvinistic Methodists.
C'alvinistic Methodist CHUBOH Belle-
vue. Pastor T. J. Morris. Prayer services at
lo a. in. and u p. in.
Cai.vinistic Methodist Chlikh
South Main avenuo Pastor Hugh Davies
will preach at 10 a. m. and at u p. m. bun
dav sidiool at 8 p.m.
Calvinistii' Methodist Cmntii -Wayne
avenue. Service 10 a. in and ( p. in
Sermons by tho pastor, W. R. Edwards.
school at 8 o'olock. Epworth.loague at 6.30
Simpson Methodist Episcopal CHURCH
Preaching by the pastor, Rov. L. O.
Floyd. Epworth aud Junior leagues at
0 p. m.
Giieen Bmoa Methodist Episcopal
Chi iu ii Pastor George A. Cnre will
preach at 10.30 a. m., and 7.30 p. m.,
Third commandment.
Park Place Methodist Episcopal
Church Pastor J. F. Jones will preach
at 10.30 a. m., "The Illuiniuating Life;"
7.30 p. m "Tho Socond Death."
Providence Methodist Episcopal
Church North Main nveiiue. Services
10.30 a. m. and 7.30 p.m. Pastor,;M. D.
Hamiton Street Methodist Episcopal
Church. Pastor A. W. Cooper will preach
at 10.110 a. in. aud 7 p. in. Epworth league
at C p. in.
First German Methodist Episcopal
Church Adams avenue. Pastor G. llau
ser will preach at 10.30 a. in., "Necessity
of Christiau Character;" 7.30 p. m., "A
Birthright Sold."
Cedar Avenue Methodist Episcopal
Church-Pastor E. L. SaoteSWIll preach
at 10.30 a. m., "Heart Purity;" 7.30 p. in..
see notes. Sunday school at 8 p.m. Ep
worth league, 0.45 p.m.
Skuono Methodist Episcopal QSRMAM
CHURCH Prosnect avenue. Pastor G.Suter
Will preach nt 10.30 b.iii., "The Church aud
Young Believer" and T.80 p. m.. "Love a
Proof of the Forgiveuessof Sin."
First Prbbbttbriab Church Services
10.30 a. m, and 7.30 p. m. Preaching by
the pastor. Dr. Jainos McLeod. Sumlny
school. 1.15 noon: Young People's So
ciety ot Christian fcuaoavor, o.du p. in
hurch prayer meeting weunesuay even
ing nt 7.45.
Wasiiiuiin Street Presiiytkrian
Church Pastor. 1). W. Skellenger. Ser
vices 10.80a. m.. "Master and Man," nnd
10 p. in. Railroad service. Speaking by
railroad men. Bible school at 12 m., ChriS'
tian Endeavor, junior, at 4 p. m., senior at
0 p. in
Providence Presbyterian Church
North Main avenue. Pastor George Guild
will preach at 10.30 a. ni. and 7.30 p.m.
Westminster Church Price siroet.
Pastor It G. Jones will preach at 10:30 a.
in. and 7 p. m.
Hii'koim Street German Church Act
ing pastor, A. eber. Services llp.so a. in.,
Mathew vn, 7-11; 7.30 p. ni., 1 Samuel xvi,
Second Pkeshvteiuan Church Kev.
Charles E, Hobiusou. D. D., pastor. Ser
vice 10.30 a. in., 7.30 p.m. Tho topic in the
evening will be. "The Ionaclty ot Sin
There will bo a preliminary service of
song. .ll seats are free iu the evening.
!Y1I are welcome at all services.
Wllluims. pastor. Morning service at
10.30; evening at 7.30; SabbatU school at
noon.; UorniOS anoieot will ne, "uuri-.ter
mil Reward I " iu the evening. "Philip, tho
Evangelist." Tho large gospel choir which
has helped m the special services will sing
botli morning aud evening.
With the Cleveland minstrels, which
will be seen at the Academy of Music
this evening, will come a young Scran
ton dancer nam '.1 "Patsey" H. Doyle,
who will be remembered by m an v resi
dents of this city. Mr. Cleveland has
just introduced the new broom into his
minstrel management, and has organ-
zed nn entirely now company lor this
season from Casino, Paris, and leading
New lork theaters, an lufusipu of new
blood and now ideas that will please
the public.
"If you have laughs to give prepare
to give them now, is the alteration
from bhakespoare with which the man
ager of "The Hustler", prefaces his an
nouncement of the appearance of that
musical farce at the Academy of Music
Monday night. Roars of laughter are
expeuted to be called forth by the pen
niless "hustler's" endeavors to "hustle"
money from other men's purses to his
Fiiist Welsh Ciiuiu'ii Sonth Main
avenue. Pastor D. Jouos will preach at
10 a. m. anil at o p. m.
Welsh Church West Market streot
Pastor H. S. Jones, D. 1)., will preach at
10 a. in., nnd at o p. m.
Jackson street. Services 10.30 a. in. and 7
p. in. Sermons by Kev. T. C. Edwards,
D. D.
Puritan CHunoH Wayne avenue. Pas
tor, l). A. Evans. Services, 10 .10 a. m.,
"Two Brothers" at 7 p. m., aud Suuday
school at .' p. in.
Tabernacle Church Bo nth Hyde Park
avenue. Pastor. 1. P. JoneB. Prayer
sermon at 10.30 a. in. and nt 0 p. m.
Brace Cburoh (Reformed Episcopal
Wyoming avenue. Pastor, Rev. G. L
Alrich. Services 10.30 n. tn "A Minis
tor's Plea," I 'Dies., 5;'.'5 7:30 p.m., "My
Debt to God," Luko, low, louug Peoples
society at (1.30 p. in. Union Bible class on
Thursday evening at 7.35. Prayer moot
ting, Wednesday 7.45 p. m. Subject. "Ini
portanco of Prophetic Study," Rov. L 3.
Saint i.uke's Chi iuii Rev. Rogers
Israel rector. Septnugositna. Holy Com
munion, n a. in, Service and sermon, 10.30 a
in.: Sunday school p;m.: evening prayer
and sermon, i.aop. in.; Kindergarten opeu
at 10 a. in, Bt Ml Washington avouue,
where children will be kindly cured for
while parents attend service.
Saint Luke's DURXORS Mission Rev
Samuel s. Marquis in charge, soptua
gosiina. Holy communion, 10 a.m. Sunday
school A p. m.; eveuiug prayer aud ser
mou, 4 p. m.
St. David's Church Jackson street
Rector M II. Mill will officiate at 10.30 n
in. uud 7.30 p. ni. Sunday school at 2.30
p. in.
Church k the Goon Siikphkuk Green
Ridge street. Services at 8, 10.30, 2.30, 0.45
aud 7.U0.
Holy Trinity Church (Evangelical Lu
theran) Adams avenue and Mulberry
street. Services conducted by the pastor
Rov. E. L. Miller, at 10.80 a. in. and 7.30 p
ni. Res pews. All welcome.
Christ's German Lutheran Church
Cedar avenue. Pastor Fred Holtor will
preach at 10.30 a. in. and 7.80 p. m.
Zion's German Lutheran CHURCH
Mlfflln avenue Pastor, P. P. Zizloinan
Services at 10.30 a. in., Sunday school at
p. in.
St. Mark's Church Washburn street,
Pastor, U. Al. Selieldy. Bervices, 1U.30
iu. aud i.30 p.m.
Elm Park Methodist Episcopal
Church W. H. I'earce, pastor. Morulug
Bi-vipa nr. 10 ail- ..,!.... I "Pnlurn.1
Goodness; evening sorvico at 7.80; sub
ject, "Hastening Matters." Sunday
Five AstonUhinirly Choap Off ri of Gifts
Made to Tiibuiib R'iadrs.
Five new groat oilers ure now made
to litli'.l'NE readers, any one of winch
or all together, may be possessed by
cuttiug out a few coupons nnd sending
a nickel and a dimo to this omce with
tbem. There is:
First Tho World's Fair Portfolio in
four parts, eacu part containing fifty
beautiful pictures. Three coupons of
different dates and 10 cents will secure
each part.
Second Around tno World with a
Camera, Star series,in thirty-two parts
Each purt contaius eight beautiful pic
tures. All they cost is two coupons
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Third Three beautiful pictures
I'he -Telephone Girl," "Maidens
Swinging" nnd "Delivering Christmas
Presents, each of which can be so
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Fourth "A Trip Through the Col
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containing seventy-two pictures.in two
styles Papal cover coats three coupons
and 25 cents; cloth cover costs throe
coupons and 40 dents.
Fifth Looks of standard literature
all of them about one-third the regular
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All these remarkably chenp gems
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GREAT PCBCHA81 Of hook stock
In addition, Tin: TfllBDNB has nur
chased the entire stosk of the United
States Book company, comprising
twenty thousand standard volumes, by
prominent authors, elegantly hound in
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i no first car load will arrive today an
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in conformity with the progressive
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TRIBCNB has" not only fallen into line,
but characteristically takes the lead in
giving tho public the benefit of stand
ard literature at popular prices.
Say the City Mut Pay $3,340 f.ir Ham
uli Don Prop rty.
Tho viewers of North Lincoln ave
nue, Attorney J. W. Drowning, Ran
dolph Crippen and Wade M Finn, yes
terday filed thoir report with Prothon
otary Pryor. It dirads that the city
pay sums aggregating $3,340 for dam
age done to property by iiio grading of
North Lincoln avenue. Those who are
ullowed damages are:
Mary E Castner, $75 Frank Sloat,
$150; Mary McCouimoii, $125; Helen J
Heuobler, 170; Bsmuel Koerner, 1100;
P. J. Gaynor. $00; Catharine Callahan,
$00; Panicle Crossin. $75; W. C. Mayo,
$50; A. W. Widner, $275; A. W. Mar
riott, $180; E J. Davis, $150; Mary G.
Wells, $50; W. M. C. Jones, $00; Ann
C. Jones. $100: Thomas R. Davis, $125;
Brat H. Phillips, $200, Elizibeth A.
Dorrns, $75; Ira R. Leo, $200; M. L.
Le, $800; Max Summer, $noo; Bliis-
beth Wilhelm, $225; J. M illott, $100;
J Pern, $300, .1 Hum, $150
Charles A. Burr Directod Py the Court
to Fill That Offioe. '
Court yesterday formally directed
that the exceptions to the report of the
jury ot inquisition in the Dr A. I.
Burr habitual drunkeness case b? filed.
A rule was also allowe I to be entered
to show same why the inquisition and
proceedings thereunder should not
be set asms. Ihe matter will come up
at argument court.
At the request of -Mrs. Libbie Burr,
wife of Dr. Burr, court appointed
Charles A. Burr to act as a committee
of the person and estate of Dr. Burr.
Important to BuUrioaa lien.
THE TRIBUNE Will soon publish a care
fully compiled and classified list of tho
leading wholesale, baukiug, manufactur
ing and professional interests of Scranton
and vicinity. The edition will bo bound
in book form, beautifully illustrated with
photogravure views of our nublio build-
ings.bustnoss blocks,streots,etc. The circu
lation is on a plan that cinnot fail or good
results to those concerned as well asMie city
at large Kepreseutr.tives of 1 he TBIBUNB
will call upon those w:iunE names
are DBSIBBD iu this edition nnd explain
its nature more fully. We trust, outlive
business men will give it their hearty
1 nose desiring views ot thoir resiliences '
in this edition will pleuso leave notice at
tho office.
Now Bicyole.
A new bicycle worth $75 will be sold for
f85. The machine is guaranteed aud is a
iarebnrgain. Machine inuy bo seen nt the
Tribuno office.
Auheuser Busca Beer.
Louis Lobuiau's, 820 Spruce at.
I' oabhiet B"aiii
clsco, anil Mrs. RoSS. of Massachusetts, wll 1
be held BatuMay ami Sunday evenings at s
o'eluok, at Mrs. Sanborn's, 212 Hprui e street.
LyU. Mill. r, of San Kran-
Photograph takon of your Wife or Children,
Horses, Dogs. House,
Or Yourself, you cannot do bettor than
At Van Gordor's Gallery, 3:ftl Sprucii street.
Special attention glvon to developing and
finishing for amateurs,
Boohs! Books I Books 1
During tlio coming week wo shall offer
to the subscribers of The TRIBUNE raro
bargains iu books.
We have a large line of bright and pop
ular volumes, elogantly bound, that wo
intend to give to tho patrons of tho paper
at about oiie-fourtfi of the usual price.
Tho following list will give you an idea
of the inducements and the unusual op
portunities to secure valuable additions to
your library.
Regular Tribune's
Piii'o. Price.
Tho World's Fair (New) fiiO $ .85
Pictorial History of tho Great
Civil War 3 00 .80
Pilgrims' Progress (lllust'ed) 2.50 .80
Earth, Sea and Sky 75 .75
Marvelous Wonders 2.75 .85
Life and Works of BpurgeOU I SO .6')
Pictorial History ot tho Bible 2.75 .85
Museum of Wonders 2.75 .85
Prom Pole to Polo ii.75 .80
Pictoriul History of the Uni
ted States 8.00 .90
Scienco of Life. 2.75 1.0(1
Lifoof Ilnriinm 1.50 ,00
Indian Horrors 1.50 .50
Ji septula 3.00 1.00
Shepu's Photographs 3.50 1.S
$ ,
Gil presentation of two of tl:e-o
Coupons, Subscribers of THE TRIB
UNE ntav iii. i. unv lio.ik in t ha
' above list.
Sninhart's Market,
33 r.nd 35 Lackawanna avonuo. Every
day irotn ti a. m. to 10 a. m. Hound steak,
lie; sirloin steak, 14c; standing rib roast,
10c; chuck roast, be: boiling meat, 4c;
fresh pork, 12 j'c; pork sausage, lUc.
but it
don't know it,
is a fact. We
have the largest line
of medium priced
the city. We sell
g-oods but what
we guarantee.
116 Wyoming Avenue.
Prices on goods in our windows will
tell the tale of first-class bargains at
merely nominal prices.
Martin & Delany
Coal Exchange Building. 132 Wyoming Ave.
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.
Sohmer Pianos,
Everett Pianos.
Vose & Sons ' Pianos,
Mchiin Pianos,
Popular Pease Pianos.
Estcy Organs,
Story & Clark Organs,
Chicago Cottage Organs,
Palace Organs,
And all kinds of Musical Mcrcbandlsj
constantly on hand.
The Holidays are hero, and this is the place to buy Pianos for a Christmas
I resent. Prices are lower than auy other music store iu Scranton. Special
Attention Remember always when von start out tnnarah for n Pinnnnr dr.
gan that Cliristojiher Columbus points with his right hand to the exact plaoe
you want to go. Nowhere it is:
COLUMBUS monument,
J. W. Guorncey, Prop.
Do You Need an Ulster?
So You Need an Overcoat?
F YOU do, now is the time to buy one,
and our store is the place to get it.
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 cheap.
Trv it.
j .i -, - -
Collins & Hackett
220 Lackawanna Ave.
P. S. Lcok for our name before the door before en
tering. Make no mistake.
To Investors.
mHE SCRANTON A.xle Works
I have issued 175,000 of i pet
cent, Cdiiikmi ihiiuis. Interest
payablesemi iiniuuilly . rinse lumtls
are to run for ten years, from NoV.
I, L893. Only a limited amount
are offered for sale to investors.
These bonds are first mortgage on
the entire plant of the company,
and are issued for the purpose of
enlarging the works. The bonds
are of the denominations of $1,000,
1500 and $100 each. For futther
particulars address
JNO. M. KEMfiRER, Pres.
Or E. H. RIPPLE, Treasurer,
Anything Cheap
Is usually looked upon as
inferior iu quality. This is
not the ease with our stock
of .Men's and Women's Shoes
which we are offering at
cheap prices cheaper, in
fact, than such it grade of
goods lias ever before been
sold iu Scranton, These
cheap prices will only pre
vail until Feb. 1.
Arcade Shoe Stora.
-"JU77 fit & nmimnt
G.W. Owens & Co.
todies' Tailors and Furriers.
i 'Ni toB !-i'r.,
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
The Bpei'lalist OB tlio Eye. Huartaclins and
Nervousness rellevod. Latest and Improved
Stylo of Eye lUasses and Kpootai'les at tho
Lowest 1'rleos. Host ArtiUclal Eyes inserted
for S.V y
Sos SPRUCE ST., op. Poat Office.
Think that because, you hava not
bought your
That you can get alonj? without it this
winter. We have thres months of
cold weather ahead of us.
To dress warm is to have GOOD
You will find our itook large with
If you think of buying or
not, visit us. Wcni.iy have
just what you wore looking
You know that n garment that fitt
perfectly is what you will bny.
The Price Will Please You.
CUT Tl 11 OUT.
I Portfolio of Photographs
S January 20,1894 S
s Send or bring In 2 Coupons s
S of different dales, together 5
S With fi cents, and receive litis 3
s Album of tare Photographs, 5
Cor. PSBB At.1, and Ppriico St S
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