THE SCRANTON TIUBUNE-SATT. RDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 10. 1894.
STELLE &SEELEY NEWS FROM CHURCHES
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tha business under the titui name of
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(S4 Wyoming Ave.. Scranton, Pa.
Tue Leading Events of tho Week in Scran
ton's Religious Circles.
The Ladies of the North Main Avenue
Christian Church Present a Hand
some Communion Service to the
Church Rev. D. P. Jones to De
liver His Last Sermon at Tabernacle
Congregational Church To-morrow.
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THE GENUINE POPUUR
HAVE THE INIT1V.S
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Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
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OHKZ HOURS :
135 WYOMING AVE.
BbnUi of t'btladelphia, is in ttie
o " ... , .. ... . i Sunday evening strvices ou the history
smith I.vsau-ht.of New ork. was tu the t .. ... JU, , '
Special services wit! be held at the
St, Panll on Proibeot ivenm every
Wednesday evening at 7 81 p m.
dnring Lenten eeason. Kuv.lv Kittling
Nexi Tueidav afternoon the paitor
of th" Cretin an Evangelloal ehoroh will
meet in the ptrvmage of Uev. Karl
Klssltng, on South Sid. Huv, V
Scbmidt, of Honeedale, will read a
paper on the Sunday lohool work
liev. Ered I loiter, of Obriat obnroh,
i edar avenue, h a busy tn in, Daring
tiv days of the week he conducts
school, having fifty tivo taholari en
rolled, and every Sunday he prnuohoH
two sermons. To do this be must be
diligent In bntlnaai aud fervent in
Next Tuesday evening tho L adies' Aid
society, of the Bellevne ohnreb, will
tive an entertainment in the ohnreb,
The Gbeetnut Street (Herman obnrob,
will hold apeei'il lervioel ou Friday
ventage, ut 7:80 p. m. during Lent,
when the pastor. Dr. Pope, will preach.
Mrt, Thontai lewis and Mrs. Evan
P, Daviea nave tea to the members ol
the Ladtee1 Aid society, of tiie Kirst
Welab Baptist ehoroh, last Wednei lay
Iu the recent report (jivon br the
secretary, the society had made $W
I during the last year. The president,
Mts. B Hughes, is active, and so ad
mirably has she tilled the position, that
I she has been re-elected for many suc
cessive year. 1 lie 1001 ley does very
good Work and is a substantial aid to
li-v. Dr. Connard, of Pbllad1 Iphia,
will preach tomorrow morning at the
Penn avenue church. In the evening
at 6 p. in. be will talk in tha Jackson
street church, and at 7 p. in. tie will
-peak In the Scranton street church.
The Kev. D. C. Hughes, 1' D., has
began to deliver a series of sermons at
normal lessons on tho Bible, which
nro specially prepared as aids to the
teachers of Sabbath schools. The les
ions will be given in the Sunday
school room of the Hampton street
Rev. J. F. JotifR, of the Park Place
church, lias conducted a very success
ful week of prayer. The QMoelngl
will be continued next Week, when
Kev. S. C. Sunpkius, of Moscow, will
aid tho pastor.
(. Oliristlan, of Wilkes-Barm, gave
a very good lecture, illustrated try
stereopticon views at tho Second (I t
man church last week. Tho young poo
pie were delighted.
Next Monday evening the board of
trustees of the BtOOUd German church
will meet iu the church, when some
bnslneai of iuiportance will be trim
Next Friday evening the Laities' Aid
society of the Simpson church will
give an ouicrlaiiiineut ami aocial at
the parlor of the c'inriih.
Tomorrow the Simpson church will
celebrate Mission ary Day, Whan K 'V.
I, o. I'eck, D I)., one of tha eeoreta.
ries of the Missionary aHOolation, lo
oated at New York city, will be plea
etit. Mr. I'eck is one of the hast ipeak
era of the denomination, and will, nn
dnubtedly, be heard by u crowded
Tne vonng remoU of tint Kpworth
league of the Providence church will
conduct a debate next Tuesday even
ing: "Resolved, That evil literature
is worst than evil companions."
Rev. M, D. Fuller has organised tho
men of bie Obnroh Into a temperance
circle. Thaobjeot is to do personal
work among mail addiote I to drink and
leadtliem lo a Christian life.
conductml by tho, pastor, Hev. E L. Mil
ler, at 10.BUa.ni. anu r.OU p.m. rrue pews.
Br. Mauk's OHVBOB Washburn street,
Pastor, r. M. Schuidy. Services, 1U.30 a.
Ul. and 7.30 p.m.
y.i j.n's Uintah1 l.iTHKUAN cm in ii
Mittliu aveona Pastor, P, v. Zialetnan.
Horvicea al a. m., Sunday scbuol at 2
Christ's Girhas Lutbhum Okoboh
Cedar avenue, Pastor Fred Bolter will
preach at 1U.BU a. in. and ,.M p. iu.
,'iist Lange, pastor
Kditor .lo-e h l.cms, of the Plymouth
Tribuue, was a vi-itar iu
Prof. L, T. Buckley, of Ueboopany, was
a visitor to the city yesterday afteruoou
and called upon friends.
Leon H. Lemert. Jr., of Rochester, the
architect ol the n".v Frotbiuguam the
atre, was here yesterday.
Arthur T. Raynsford, late of the New
York Commercial Advertiser aud Mail
and Ktrress. has accepted a positiou on
Thi TaraCHS's reportonal staff.
(ieneral Sale Agent T. F. Torrey, of
tln Delaware aud Hudson, was in to
ottw ia tii city yesterday afternoon and
eveiiitu". Qs will return to Navv York
Mrs. 1 1. Du 13. Dimmick, who has lately
euatainedjs severe c-i. in the death of her
father. Dr. Boyd, return torn rror to
sing at tiiu Dunmore Presbjrteriau ohnreh,
wLere he.' services have been secured for
litigate Bros., who formerly conducted
a bobbin factory at Moscow, sustained a
serious toes at Dulurh, Mian., last week in
the d. striictiou by tire of their extension
A handsome portrait of Colonel William
N. Monies was imag m the city hall yes
t rday. With the pli itojjrann of Joan H.
Fellows tha gallery o( ta ci-mayors will
CbarUl E. Hnlbnrt, the state secretary
of the IV lasyivama Young Men's Chris
tian asfodatinn, is spending a few days
With the h eal association. He will ad
dress the men's meeting tomorrow after
noon at 3 4."), and Will conduct a confer
ence of the a T : .:. committeemen on
Mouday e ening.
John Fee, the pitcher of last j-ear's Scran
ton club, lies ill at hi home on Farview
street. Uarbondale. He wan attacked by
the giip about three week ago. Other
complications arose and for a while his
recovery was doubtful. He is now able to
ait up and if no relapje occurs expects to
be out ia u few days.
Of thetOld Testament.
Kev. 1. J. (.ollins.
ue nymousu i ... . u ,
the city last Seranton street churo ..
t r o,u hayre, l a,, edn
BICYCLE CLU&'a SOCIAL.
Whselmen GlvaaVry EiJ-.ya'o'.e
tertainm'.nt 'o Frlndi.
The members of the Scranton Bicycle
club cave a reception and social last
evening to a number of Scrantonians
From out of town r Miss Mssson,
of Baltimoffti .Miss liry len, of Pitt
ston, and Miss Lockwood, of Bing
yinio Boxn Exclusively.
I'.ost made, Play any desired number of
tones. QaUtacbt U Bona,, manufacturer",
080 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Won
derful orchestrinl organs, only 15 and 110,
Specialty: on music boxes carefully re
paired and improved with naW tunes.
Book by Express.
Any peron ordering ten or morn books
st one, time may have thein sent by ex
M nd 35 Lackawanna avenue. F.VTy
day from H a. m. to 10 a. m. Round steak,
lie; sirloin steak, 14c.; standing rib roust,
10c. ; chuck roast, 8c.: boiling meat, 4c.;
fresh pork, lijijc. ; pork sausage, 10,
The members of Peter Williamson, lodge
F. and A. M. will meet nt Masonic hall
Sunday Feb, n, at i o'clock p. m., to at-
teud tne funeral of Ilro. Byron It. Wade.
T. F. Penman, v. M,
WADE At his lata residence, No. US
South .Summer avenue. 'I hnrsilay, Feb.
S, Byron K. Wade, aged BO years. Fun
eral Sunday Feb 11, at J o'clock p. m., at
COLLERN -In Scranton. Feb. 9, Mary
Ann Colleo, aged ii yean and o months,
nt. 888 Fifth street. Funeral will Iih
held Sunday sftcrnoon a'. 'A o'clock. In
meutat Hyde Park cemetery.
FEBRUARY 10, 1894.
Your choice of three beautiful
liveriu Christ iikis Presents"
gttd "Maidens Bwlnging." Semi
by nudl or moagonger or bring
coupons like this of three differ
ent datSB, with 10 cents, stamps
or coin, to
Cor. Petin Ave. and Spruce St.
pastor of the
A great revival has been enjoyed by
the churc'.i be visited. Over 100 con
verts have entered the oburcb, aud
still the interest has not abated.
The Ladiee' Aid society, of the North
Main avenue church, will bold a social
next Tuesday evening.
The Peckvills church hss ben re
modeled aud reseated. It is again
opened for public worship. Putor
i luest has inovsd into the new pirson
age.and the cnurcti unanimously passed
tnat he wool 1 have the use of tu-j same
Uei of rent.
Tomorrow morning Elder John Sut
ton will preacbattheCbrifHanchnrob,
North Main avenue Mr. Sutton
preached at Providence tifty-nine years
ago, whon the place was known as Rns
orville, und otily consisted of about six
houses. He has not visited this section
for the last fifty years, and has been
wonderfully surprised at the growth of
our city. It would be interejting if
Elder Sutton were to give a cnaptr of
his experiences in these regions fifty
nine years ago.
List Thursday evening the ladies of
the above church cave a free social. At
the close of the social they presented a
beautiful commnnioQ service to the
church. The presentation speech was
made by the pastor. As soon as he was
through A. J. Colbnrn ad Iressed him
and his wife, and in behalf'' of the
church presented them with a purse of
$50. This was a very pleasing close to
t..e evening s enj lymont.
Rev. D. Jones, of Hydl Park, and
Rev. D. A. Evans, of Providence, will
exchange pulpits tomorrow morning,
Rov. Morris J. (,'adwalader, of New
York, is Visiting tho churches in these
valleys. II" will spend tomorrow at
Jarmyn, and will preach next Thurs
day evening in the First Welsh church.
Tomorrow will be Rev D. P. Jones'
last Sunday in the Tabernacle church,
and ho will close a ministry of nearly
seven years duration. On .Monday
evening tho chnrch will hold a fnte
well tneetint', when many of tho pas
tors in the valley will be presint. Mr.
anil Mrs Jones expect to leave th i city
next Thursday tor Columbus, Ohio.
They leave to the great regret Of the
chnrch and a larg" circle of fri i d.
Next Monday evening tho Sun Uy
school of the Welsh church, of 1'rovi
deuce, will give an entertainment in
tho chnrch. On Tuesday evening a
similar entertainment will let given iu
the mission hall at Dutch I lap.
The Pnritan church, of Providence,
ia speedily being completed. Rtv. l,
A. ETans, the pastor, hopes to hold the
dsdicatory services next mouth.
Nxt Wednesday evening Rev. A
lien 01M of Jerusalem, will procch at
tho draco Reformed church at 7:45
ti m., and on Friday evening, at the
sums hoar, Rev. (leorgo E Guild, of
Providence will preach,
Rev. M, II Mill, of the Ht, David's
chnrch, him issued a card to the in on
bers of his church, giving full instruc
tions as to Lental services. A matting
is iiiid hi. i p m. cacti nay. save ou
Friday, when thesnrvice will be con
ducted st 7 :80 n. in.
The Kuiid r,f the Holy Crow of the
St. David's church held a very success
ful social at tint rectory last Tuesday
evening. Tho young ladies who took
part In the program did very wall,
Till fundi Of the society were enriched
Th" pipe oran donated lo St, Divid's
church by the Bpiaoopal onuroh of To
win in. has arrived iu the city, and
will be erected in the ii"ir fntura.
Rv. lingers trail al ten led the fu
neral of his brother's wife last Thurs
The official board of tho Hampton
Street church will hold its annual sup
per in tho pnrlors ol ths church next
Wednesday ami Thursday evenings.
Bupprr will be served from o to it p. m.
Tne Epwortli leaguo of the Hampton
Street church has arranged a series of
pleasing mid instructive entertain
ments, whkdi are to follow the regular
uuMness ingenues for the noxt threo
months. A card will soon be issued
gmnu nil particulars.
Next Friday evouing, Feb. 10, Rev.
A. W. Cooper will begin a series of
Kev. August Lange, pastor of the
Hickory street obnroh, who is now on
his vacation in Oerinaiiv, wrote n let
ter to the elders of the church, which
will be read to the oongregati i at to
morrow morning'i services Mr. and
Mrs. Ling! had a very pleasant voy
age ami landed at Amsterdam. They
are now visiting Various plaGM in their
Fatherland aud will probably spend a
lew months there.
Rev, (leorgo 0, Guild, of the Provi
dence oburoh, will preach at O'.yphaut
tomorrow morning, and Kev. D.
Brooks, of Wilks-Barre, will occupy
The Olyphant ohuroh is busily com
puting its resources to sej If tlioy will
lie able to secure the service of a p is
tor who will devote his wholo time to
tbil church. The church is anxious to
follow the Un l of the Arohbald church.
With which it was formerly associited
TOMORROW'S CHURCH SERVICES.
Cm m il of Cbrist Scientist Spen
cer building, 519 Adam avenue. Bible
lesson at 10.80 a.m. Church services at
7.30 p. in. All are welcome. Seats free.
Christian Cborch- North Main avenue.
Elder John Sutton will premh at 10.30
a. in., and 7.30 p. m. Sermon by Pastor
1). M. Kinter.
TitiNirv EVAKOgUCAL Mission, corner
Luke and Kurtz streets Kev. J. (t. Whit
mire, pastor. Services. 10:31) a. m., Suu
day school, 'i p. in.
St. PAUL'S Ukkman CHUBOH Prospect
avenue. Services, iU.3U a m and 7.3')
p. m. Seiuiuiis bv pastor K. Kieshng.
Chestnut stheet Qbhxam CHURCH
Pa-tor, liev. Papc, M. D., will preach at
10.) a.m. aud i.30 p.m.
Christian Chapil Penn avenne,Green
Kidge. Services, 10.30a. ni.: 3 and 7.30 p.
m. Sunday school at 9.48 for Bible study.
Seats free. All are welcome.
Calvary Riformid Church Cora er
Monroe aveons and Gibson street. Rev. w.
H. Btubblebine, pastor. Preaching 1U.30
a. m. aud 7,30 p. m.
Pfnn Avenue BAPTI8T CntJROH Uev.
Warren (i. Partridijs, pastor. Rev. W. II.
Coaal d, D. D., of Philadelphia, will preach
at 10:30 a.m. The pastor will preach at
7.30 p. ni. Song service at close of eveu
ing worshiD. All welcome.
Jackson BtbbR Baftut Church
Pastor D. C HukIics, D. D., will preach nt
10. 80. a, m. and ti p. m. Prayer meeting
at 'J. la a.m. and 7.15 p.m. Sunday school
at 3 p.m. A curdial weloomo to ull. Seats
free to all.
First Baptist Church Pastor T. J.
Collins will preach at I0.3U a. m. Com
munion service at 7 p. m. it v. W. H.
Cor.imrd will preach. Seats free.
North Main avenue Baptist Grouch
Pastor W. t. Watkiul will preach at
10.39 a. m. and 7.30 p. in.
Welsh BAPTIST Chliu ii West Market
street. Pastor W. F. Davis will preach
at HI a. m., aud C p. in. Communion ser
vice. First Wilis Baptist Church, south
Main avenue, Pastor W. S. Jones will
preach at 0 p. m.
BlCROBT Stiieet QCRMAR Baptist
CHURCH Pastor.). C. Bohmitt Will preach
at 10.30 a. in. aud 7.30 p. in.
DoHMOgi Baptist Chapil a. B.o .Veni
pastor. Ker VlOSS at 10.80 a. iii. and 7.30
oiieen Ridoi Baptist Church Pastor
W. J, I-Onl will preach at 10.30 a. m. and
7.30 p. n
Cacvinisth' Mkthohist Ciit'itcH Belle
vne. fastori, .1. .Morns will preach at IU
a. m. mid n p. in.
CALVINI8T10 Methodist ('innu'ti
South Main avenue Castor Ilu!i UaVieS
will preach at 10 n. m. and nt 11 D, m. Sun-
dav school at " . m. Christian Endeavor
at 11.30 a. in
CALVINI8TIC MsTHOOISTOBURCH Wayne
avenue. N'lvico 10 a. m snd B p. m.
SermoiH by the na-tor, V. it. Kdwards.
Fllisr Welsh Church South Main
nveinie. I'aH'or 1). dones will preach at
10 a in. ami at 8 p. D, See notes.
WBLSH Chi mil -West Market street.
Pastor It. S. JooSSL D i).. will preach at
lo a. in., anil at. V, p. in.
Plymouth Conobboational Church -
Jackson street. Services lo.3d a. in. and 7
p. m. Sermons by liev. Harris, of Pitts,
Puritan Church -Wayne avenue, Pas-
tor, D. A. BvaUS Knrvieea, 10.81) a, ni.,
Bommunlon; nt 7 pm., "Preparing the
Way." Sunday school nt y p. m.
'I IBBRNAOLI CaURCH South Hyde Park
avenue, Pastor, i. P. Jdnei will preach
at 10.30 a. in. and nt 0 p. m.
Qraci Church (RKroRMio EpHOIpal)
Wyoming avenue. PaStOlj Rev, 0, L.
Alriob. Services 10,80 a. jn "Marautha,"
I Cor. 11689, and at 7;W p. ui "In
splrnl ion." Young People'a society
nt. 8.80 p.m. Union Bible class on
Thursday evening at 7.115. Prayer ineot
ting. Wednesday i.4t p, m.
Saint Luke's CHURCH Rav. Honors
Israel rector, i irst Bnuday in Lent, Holy
0ommUUloU, K a, in. Service and Herinon,
10:30 H.m.: Sunday school, iy m.: evening
prayer and sermon, 7.3o p. m.; Kindergar
ten open at 10 a. n , at ;:;.'i Washington
avenue, where children will be kindly
for while parents attend service.
Saint Luke's DURMORI Mission Uev.
Samuel S. Mnnpiin In charge. First Sun
day in Lent. .Sunday school 3 p. in.;
evening prayer and sermon, 4 p. m.
!-t. Davtn'i Church Jackson street.
Hector m ii. Mill win ofllolatc at 10.80a,
ni. ami 7.3U p. m. Sunday school al y.30
council oe the (loop siiei'hkiid (irean
Ridge street. Services nts, 10.30, 1,80, 8 M
But Pauk Urthodur Bpuoopal
Church W, B, Pearoe, pastor. At 10.80
o'clock, Kubtict, '"The Human Divine
Helper." Evening service at 7 8U p. m.,
subject, "Marriage at Cana " Sundav
School at y p. in. lCpworlh league at 0.30
Simpson Mcthodist Bpisoopal Churob
Morning prayer at 9.80. Preaching by
tin- putor, Rev. Ij. O. Floyd at 10.80
mid at 7 p. in Sabbath lohool Bt VI
iu. tip worth and Junior leagues al 0
p. 111. All Welcome.
Qrrrn Ridoi Mrthooist Episcopal
Ohuroh Pastor Qsorge A. euro will
preach at 10.30 a. m. and at 7.80 p. m.
pROViniMCI Methodist EPISCOPAL
CHURCH North Mam avenue. Services
10 30 a iu., ''Lessons from the Heavens, "
and 7 !lo p. in.. "Paul," by pastor, Al. D.
Hampton Strut Mbthodist Episcopal
Church. Pastor A. W. Cooper will pleach
at 10 B0 a. m. Praise service at 7.30 p,
ni. Kpworth league at H p. m.
Cedar Avbnui Mkthodist Episcopal
Church Pastor E I.. Santeewlll preach
ul 10.30 a. in., "What Shall 1 Bender to
Qotl," and at T.80 p. in., "Bfeoelvlng
Sinners ." Sunday school ut y p. m. lip
north league, 0 lop. m.
Pauk PLAOI CHURCH Pastor, J. F.
Jones will preach at. 10.80 a. m., "The
Swoon of the Negligent," and at 7.30 p. m.
"The Ureal Pliysiciun."
First Qirman lIxrnoDiST Episcopal
Church Adsus avenue, Pastor Q. Hau
ler will preach It 10.80 a. in., "A New
Heaven and a New Earth;" at 7.30 p. in.,
Tho cure of Heart." Bpworth League
at i) 31) p. ill.
Second Methodist EPISCOPAL Olkman
Chuucii Prospect avenue. Pastor ( I. Siller
will preach at 10.30 u. ill., mid al i.OU
Qkrman Mkthodist Episcopal Chi rch,
Pitbrsburo Rev, J, M. Uchauk will oou-
duct si ; vices at 8,80 o'clock aud at 7.30 in
the evening. i : s - - - - iu Uui iuau and
I'luglish. All invited.
First Prbibytbrian Churob -s-rvices
10.30 a. m. inoi T im p. m. Preaching by
the pastor, Nr. James McLeod, Sunday
school, 12.15 noon; Toung Peoples S i-
elety of Christian Endeavor, 6.80 p.m.
church prayer meeting Wednesday even
hig at 7.15.
Second PrbsBYTBRIAN ChURCB Rev.
Charles v.. Robinson, I), u., pastor, service
at 10.30 a. in. aud 7.30 p. ni, Subject' "The
Strength of Sin.'' Al! are welcome.
ASHBl UN bTBJCIT PRBSBYTBRIAN
CHI iu ii Tne pastor will preaoli at both
services. UorBIUg. at 111.30, "The test of
Dlsoiplenbip." Evening at 7.80p, m
Biased Path." Bible school 13 m.j christ
ian Endeavor, junior, at i and senior at
8.80 p. m. A cordial welcome to nil.
Providbncb Prksbttbbian Church
North Mam avenue. Rev, Brooki will
preach at 10,80 a. m.. mid Paitor George
iiudd will preach atT.80 p, m.
si m.neii Avbnui Chubch -Sumner ave-
nue Pastor H. G). Junes will preach at
10:30 a.m. ami . p. m,
Dunhori Prbhbytbbian Church J, W.
Wllhama past.T. Morning service at
10.30, evening at 7.30. The large (iosiatl
choir will sing at both services.
Sshbath school It noon. Youiir People's
Society Christian Endeavor at 0.30 p. m.
All are welcome.
liu kory Strut Qirman Church -Acting
pastor, A. Weber. Services lOlHOa. in..
Math 1-1-11; 7 30 p. m., John xix, 25-'.'7.
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During tho coining aveek we shall offer
to the subscribers of The Tkihunk rare
bargains in books.
e have a larua line of bright nnd pop
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intend to give to the patrons of the paper
nt about one-fourth of the usual price.
The following list will uive you an idea
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portunities to secure valuable additions to
Keiinlar 1 rilniue h
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1'ic On ml History of the Ureal
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Pile-runs' Protrreis (lllusCodi 'J..MI ,80
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Marvelous Wonderi 2.75 H
Life and Worka of Spurueon I.B0 ,i
Pictorial History of tne Bible 8.78 AM
Museum of Wonders 2.75 .88
From Pole to Pole 2.75 -t0
Pictorial History of the Uni
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Science of Life 2.75 LOO
l.ilcof Barnuiii UBf .60
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work executed. PhODOgTaphl rented for
nn oveiiiny'a eiitnrtalainenl. Telephone
2343. Kdw. (iuiiHior, Jr., 435 SptUOS
A new bicycle worth 7. will be s'dd for
135. The midline is guaranteed and is a
rare bargain. .Machiue may be seen at the
Martin 6c Delany
Coal Exchange, Wyoming Avenue.
II COLUMBUS II HODSB
Is trio most popular musical establishment in Northeastern' Penn
sylvania The highest grade of Pianos nnd Organs. The
lowost prices obtainable anywhere and the most liberal
terms ever offered to purchasers are some of the
leading inducements. Look at the list
Vose & Sons' Pianos,
Popular Pease Pianos.
THE WORLD RE MOW NED
Story & Clark Organs,
Chicago Cottage Organs,
And all kinds at Musics'. Iter ;haa4isl
constantly on band.
TEN CENTS A 0AY.
The Great Educational Work Put With
in Keacb of All.
Tho public has ihown its apprecia
tion of the liberal offer made by TOT
TbIBCNE in regard to the edition of tho
Encyclopedia Hriitanuica by the liberal
orders booked ilnoe the proposition was
put before them. This offer will be
open but a short time, however, aud
those who desire to take advantage of
it should not delay. The terms of the
proposition nro these: On receipt of
only 8 TBI TrIBUNI will forward to
anv reader the first twelve volumes,
balance psyablo at the rate of 10 cents
per day; or, on the receipt of 4 SO
cash, the complete set of twenty-five
volumes will bo sent, the balance to be
paid nt the rate of if 5 per month.
i ho price of tho entire set is only
J1.H6 per volume for the twouty-fivo
volumes, WnlCD is less than one-fourth
the price of the original edition. At
the name tune ths edition thus offered
is fur superior to that produced at
Edinburgh, since it is brought down to
date, aud is provided with numerous
maps und Illustration! that am not to
bo found in the original. Buiryde
partmuut of research contains the
latest developments and information,
so that the work is n complete epitome
of M b oentury tacts.
The work is handsomely printed on
line paper, is bound in heavy silk, ami
iu the most inbitanUal manner, Sum
plfS may be seen at TflB TBIBUNI En
cyclop dia headquarters, -1U7 Bpruce
street, wiiere lUbeurlptiOUl may be left,
Anhcusnr Hutch Bear.
Louis Lehman's, 8B5Bpruosati ss
droves' photos, 486 Spruce street.
TOR One Week, commenc
' ing Monday, February
5, we will have a CHINA
CUP AND SAUCER Sale,
when we will sell Cups and
Saucers for less than
Their value. Remember
this sale will be for one
week ONLY, as we posi
tively will not sell a cup at
the sale price after next
weichel & Millar
116 Wyoming Avenue.
The Holidays nro hero, nnd this is the place to buy Pianos for a Cbristma?
Present. Prices sre lower than any other music store in Scranton. Special
Attention Remember ,'ihvsys when you Mart out to search for a Piano or Or I
gan that Christopher Columboi points with bis right hand to the exact place
yon want to go. Nowhere it is:
205 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
J. W. Guernsey, Prop.
A Trip Through the Colum
THE GEM COUPON. THE M0S1
UNIQUE OF ALL.
7'J leaves, printed on one Bide
only. Showing nil the places of
Interest n main grounds and
Midway Plaisahce, Hire, r7.
(Dntbossed paper cover or lull
Two Coupons nnd 25 CENTS lakes
i tnbnFsn I nover.
Twi Coupons ard 40 CENTS takes
no th caver.
Add '. e nds for postage If ordered lij- mall
The Scranton Tribune.
S The rjKNU UK New S
I 'MM? pianos 1
j ESTAD. 18C6. E
j New York srarnrooms. No. S
U Fifth ;iv nue. 5J
5 E, C. KICKER & CO., 1
g Buledealsrs In this section I
j IOCS 18 Adams ftvsnue. SS
TheOreal Marvel of Dental Science
A recenl discovery and tho solo
Henwood & Wardell,
III A I ISIs;
31G Lackawanna Ave.
WHAT.! (I. BIAMON88AY8 ABOUT
nsNwoon .v h akim lii
After having lavm tsstlt oitraeted m
1 1 .... 1... . I
i ni h eiy MtlslSetorv lii even
J, l si iiiis
Hoi.y TiiiNiTvcinmi ii (EvengeUesi Lu-
thprau) Adaiina avenue anil Mulberry
street. Firnt Hunday in Lent. Survicos
Th e new offer
made lo Tribune
readers on page y
It ivS the best
one yet made
I FLORET &
HOLT SPRUCE ST.
PR ING . . .
Best quality and
220 Lacka. Avenue.
Special for This Com
Men's Cork Sole Lace Shoss,
Gooilyear Welt, $4 grade,
Men's lYrk Boll I. nee Shoes,
band-sewed welt,$0 irrnde.to
Ls.liea' Dongola, Kill Button,
Patented Tip. Goodyear
welt, Common sensn last, all
4.50 grade, to be 02
laulifs' Tine Kid Button, cork
soles, hand turn. Common
Sonne lat, only a few pairs
of them, grade, to bo...
Lailios' Dttll Dongoln Button,
double eoles, Common Benie J") v
only, if l grade doled at nt I 0
afisses' Strninlit (io.it Button,
ipring heel, lises u to 2; 'j
ijiado will poll al
Boj-h' School Slines, I Utton ntiil
lace, ill s 1 1 to 3; $1.20 will
Arcade Shoe Stow.
W VOMINQ l.
A Rich CLOTH
S.'t viuiavy .black
nud tan. Cost to
make, $16. Xow
We will give yon
the choice of 40
Jackets, alt this
Kot one in tha
lot that cost loss'
than 812 tcretfO.
and WRAPS. It
Will pay you to
sec this offering 1
of Tailor -mudo
We need room for new SpriQj
Stock. Visit ns,
6. W. OWENS
Ladies' Tailor-. Cloak Makorn
aud i-'nri lorn.
Scientific Eye Testing Free
By Dr. Shimberg,
The Specialist on tlin Kye. ll.'udHOlio1 nnd
Nervousness relieae.l. Latest and Improved
Style of Kye (ilaHsis and Spe. tiacles at tile
l.oweut Prices. Ilest Artillcial Iooh lnuertiHl
3C5 SPRUCE ST., op. Post Oflica.
HI H l t-1 J VsT.
CO I UT 11DI
THEY FILL THE BILL.
We have the most complete assortment of
I- urnisliing Hoods Hint
eve er tO th
and designs In Ties are
to the eve or to the taste. Some ot iiur nto
i v at
tractive. They nr.. selling nt Banns which
Hive vol no excuse for beitiK without nil porti
ol tn.u. iiiui styles.
2(15 Ltickawanna Avenus.
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