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TITE SCKATfTON TIIIBTTNE FRIDAY INfOROTXa. MARCH 2. 1894.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
NERVES WERE UNSTRUNG.
Mrs. Short Was Leading a Life
Until She Used the Great
Remedy---Paine' s Celery
March Number Just Out
Describes and contains the
Leading Fashions, Latest
Dress Materials. Stories, An
ecdotes, Humorous Illustra
tions. Valuable Information,
Reading tor the Home
THE MEWS OF
who call for it at
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ton for the sale of
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Price $1 Per Box.
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Instantly removes SPOTS
or stains without injury to
the Finest Fabrics, Kid
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Laces, Woolen Goods, Gar
Has no bad odor; never
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Price 25 cents per bottle.
ftiufof town oosrssponflontei of Tm Turn
I'm ihonldaign their names in Cull to umu
wwi letter, not for pubUoatlon uut to itiwrJ
JERMYN f.ND VICINITY.
Concert by the OltilSM' Bund Three
R bi liroken.
apesfol to tkt scranton 'Tribune,
JeRURN, Ph., Mrtrcli 1.- -As result
of tivor exerting blmteU m th lire,
Janitor Woodworth his pneumonia.
The William M Kinley olub will
hold a meeting nt ttieir rooms, under
ih'' o ld Fellows hall, on Monday ev
tiinu'. Additional candidates for clerk of
the council tire S null 1 Waters' mid VV
L. Hotig&ton. L"vu Plaer and J. P.
Sampson would like io uo treasurer for
the snsning your.
Jolm Tigbe tras out yesterday for the
tirt tint sinos bis recent Illness.
James Prior is still vjjy sick ut his
home on Second stroet.
'lb? many friends of Mrs. Harriet
Ruisel, who fell Tuesday breaking
throe will be pleased to learn that
she la more comfortable tol iv. Yes
terday her triends feared iaflimutiou
of tiie Inngs,
Willi m Fitz. of White's Valley,
caiieu ou menus Here yesterday,
The Citizeus' band will give an on
tertHinment in ' heir nets rooms M irch
0. The lollowin ; is the program iue:
Belectlon, "Gems of Scotia" Bend
Chairman1 address J. u. Shepherd
Quartet "('"me Where the LUUes Bloom"
Belle Uardner Sarah Bengough, W. T.
Osboru . Johnson Bennetts.
Bono, selection Mrs. V. Horswell
Speech, "Boad to Success". ..J. D. Stockor
Trio, "Fair Flora Decks"
itrah Iienough, W. T. Osborne, A. L.
Intro, waltz: "Valley of Forns" Band
Speech, "Finances'' liev. F. Uoiidull
Duet, "Land Ahoy"
Nellie Hogarth. John Bogarth.
Anthem "How Beautitul Upon the Muiin-
tains -Methodist Episcopal choir
SotiL selected Archie .Martin
Bpeech C. D. Winter
THE PIONEER CITY.
Burden of Housekeepin
Heavily on Mothers.
IlousekeepiuL' is . . v,,-.. leas simple
and more and more complex each year.
home tout proteases to be wall regu
lated today in far more difficult to
i i ; : : 1 1 . - th. in u ,is tho same kind of u
ome fii) or GO years ii'O.
Upon the woman fa 1 lu the burden.
Many work themselves into nervous
exhaustion. Many mothers crow bo
irritable that they fuel at all times half
guilty, feariuii that, their disease for
it is a dieease, and a most dreadful one
mav result in affeotiog the otherwise
sunny disp icltion of their children.
WIihi nam is to the broken lnnh,
snob is nervous Irritability totheex-
liaustud brain. One is an real as the
Hut thousands of irritable, nervous,
tired and broken down women have
found their health and strength, and
regained their even tempers, through
the nee of the greatest remedy the
world has ever known, tho remedy first
prescribed bv the eminent Prof. B E
Phelps M. 1). LU I)., of Dartmouth
Lt every woman rend the following
voluntary testimonial from Mrs. K h,.
Short, a hiir'ily resp-cte l resident of
avcrhill, Mass., and loam of the
thousands of wonderful cures that are
Wrought by Palne's celery compound.
"Though never very stront, I was
alwave well until I was married, I was
lit years old then and am "S now aud
tun mother of four children. I got
frightened jus before my little girl
was born, and 1 have never wholly re-
ovsred from it. I nave taken medicine
Hough to swim In. I have been so
lervons that I did not dare go out In
the hack room after dark Unless some
one went with me for fear I should
I have been very thankful that I
Used Palne's celery compound, for as a
fsult 1 can now go out evenings and
not tool so awful. Lvery one tells me
how well I loot I do my work all
aione, and people ask me how I do so
much, and I tell them because 1 used
Paine s celerv compound,
My husband hai spent enough
money for me for doctors, nurses, and
medicine to pay for a home, and hni
very thankful that 1 tookJPaine's celery
DOWN AT AVOCA.
Our Bright Correspond n t'a Entertaining
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Avoca, Pa., March 1, Miss Lydl i
Connor spent last evening in Scran'on
Miss Mary Murdock, of the West
Hide, and W. B. Mitchell, both popular
young peopl" of this place, were quietly
married by R-;v, A. Brydle at the homo
home of Miss Murdock's sister, Mrs. A.
C. Howell, at 7.80 o'slock lsst evening.
They will immediately go to house
keeping on the West bide.
Miss Annie UeKeigney, of Arling
ton, is the gu"st of Misi Sarah iloban
Miss Maggie Walters, of Uanmore,
cslled on friends here to lay.
L. W. Stoflel, of Romoke, Va., was
in town yertsrdny.
Mrs. F. H Snyder left yesterday for
Buffalo, If. Y., to visit relatives.
Mrs. P. Cannon returned yesterday
Henry Jennings, of Leadville, Co! ,
la visiting his home ia the North End.
Aiiss Maine HoCrtndle gave a party
to a nnmher of her friemls at the home
of her later, Mrs. D. C. Morton.
Among those who attended and en
joyed the evening were Misses Mabel
and Lilla Hatchings, Marion frreaue,
El's Levan, Moosic; Misses Kittv Hang,
Lizzie Wylie, Carbonlale; Mre. H,
Davis, Avoca; Messrs. Amhroz- Al
tenny. John Greene, Alonzo Elles,
Homer Warner, B-rt Lewis. Mo sic;
H. Davis. Will McMillan, Will Jen
nings, Avoca; and J. U. Hammerle,
Thomas Nolan has resigned his posi tion
at McMillan's store, Hi will he
succeeded by Teddie Qulnn.
The branch of tne Cooperative
Building bank at a reotttt meeting
elected th following officers for the
ensuing year: President, Sain lilock ;
vice-preeldent, C Drnffnerj Htc.rotarv,
E. C. Kellatn ; appraisers, H. P. Shales,
John and F. F. Donnermnth ; direc
tors, W. H. Holiister, El Lurd,
Thomas Harding, Michael Dougher
and Frank Devers,
MATTERS AT MINOOKA.
Kulak Viiwa of thn d.gnta and Scanes
Special to the SeroatoN Tribuni
CaRBORDAXB, Pa., March 1. Heroart
Wylie. an always welcome visitor in
this citv. called on friends hers this
.dis. Purine, of torest City, was a
visitor in this city yesterday.
The Dlawareand Hudson passenger
which arrives in this city at 9.00 p. m.
mt with another misfortune this even
i-g soon after leaving Scranton. As
ths train was passing (Jreen ltidge
crossing the cow-catcner caught in the
'rack, which caused a delay of twenty
Tne funeral of Francis, the infant
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Judge, of
South Main street, will occur tomor
row nfternoon. Interment will be
made in St. Rose's cemetery.
During the month of February thirty
interments have been made in the city
cemeteries. Twenty-four of thea-1 were
the remains of decease I residents of
this place. The greater number of
deaths occurred among infants. Of the
number who died in this city nineteen
wire interred in St. Rose's cemetery
and five in M anlewoood cemetery.
Riven burg & Sly have retired from
toe retail m-at business on Silem ave-
nn -. Tneir successors are F. Ut. Hard
Howard Johns, a Forest City bnsi
QMS man. called on former friends in
this place this evening.
Grant D. Hutohins left' today for
visit in Philadelphia
Tonight's special meeting in Young
-Men a Christian Association hall was
conducted by James Nlcol, who took
for bis snbjot "Forward to Victory.
C. E. Spencer and wife are on a bri"
visit to .ew lurk cily.
Miss Bala Carey ins returns 1 to this
city aftr a fonr months' stay in Fac-
Miss Lottie (tiles, of Lincoln avenue
is visiting fri"n Is in Bonesdale.
Olive Leaf lodge of Odd V Hows have
added the furnishings o. their oeaatl
fill Salem avenue houso a handsome
A Million Fil-nde
A trinnd in neeil is a friend indeed, ni
not less than one million people Iihvo
found just such a friend In Dr. King's New
Discovery for (,oi:Hiini:,tion, oiigiis an
C' lils, If von have never used this Great
Cough Medicine, one trial will convince
yen that it has wonderful curative powers
in all in-" i ' I I lirna1, ' tn h t. anil I, unit
Each bottle is gnarantesd to do all that is
. laoiu'd or monev will lie refunded. 1 rial
bottles re' at llatliewi l!ro'. diug store
Large bottl s hoc. mid IL OU
The Southern Suburb of Scranton Tersely
Special to the Sc.rnnton 7Wua!.
Minooka. Pa., March 1 William
Gavin, the popular shoe man of this
place has removed his establishment to
The child of Michael Welsh that
died Tuesday was interred today.
A dog belonging to Mrs. Best, of
Msin street wss run over by tho cars
Martin Philbin who has besn visit
ing his parents left yesterday for the
A 7-year-old son of John Philbin, of
Main streot was buried yesterday. In
terment was made in the Catholio
Cure for Okoup Use Dr. Thomas'
Fclectric Oil according to directions. It
ie tbe best remedy for all sudden attAcks
of colds, pain and ietlainmatioii, and in
of the Pioneer City, spent last evening
in tins city.
unarm Tucker, of uniondale. was
circulating among his many Forest
City friends tolay.
n. iviward Taylor spent tins even
ing In Scranton visiting friends.
An infant child of Miko Feyora will
be buried tomorrow In Oarboudale.
Attorney L. P. Wedeuian will be in
Montrosjjomorrow in oonneotion with
the ar.eWof the estate of i, IS Divis
CliarTes Alexander Bpeut this even
ing In Carbondalo.
Miss May Hallook, of the Anthracite
City, spent last evening pleasantly at
the homo of Monroe Tylur on Upper
1,'nwa Notes of Q. iiuin Intsreat from
tha I'lopli Cily.
Svrcutl to the .'cmntoii Tribune,
HONESDALE, March 1 About twenty
commissioned and non-oomniissioned
officers of the Thirteenth regiment at
tended the inspection of Company fi
In-re Ins: night. A very iargo number
of spectators also witnessed t ie inspec
tion and drill. Ihe ooiup iliy did good
work and Dreseuted a hue appearance.
Company E has been strengthened by a
number of enlistments in the past few
The curbing on our Main street needs
pairing in a number of places. Our
.:ntters are in bad condition and SO
. ..-I up wiiu snow ana icj mat a
thaw like yesterday and today is aura
to flood the sidewalks with water. If
he gutters would receive more atten
tion pedestrians would he much bene-
fittedi as it now is walking is disagree
able and bad.
The now stamp window iu t'.ie post-
office is now open, and stamps can be
procurred during the overhauling of
O M. Spethgue will commence trans
ferring his hardware to his ouarters in
the handsome new block u-xt Monday.
Miss Josephine Dwrlatd loft for
Ditisville, N. Y, this morning with
her sister, Mias Louise, where tbe
latt t is going ou account of her failing
Augustus Gramhs is home from Wil
Mr. Perry Dean, of Danville, was
th,' guest of his .Uughter, Mrs. W. M.
C. H Everte, Wells, Fargo and com
pany's genial route agent was in town
D. R. W. Brady and daughter Miss
Minnie, Mrs. diaries E Bale r and
MissJenuls E. Itall.are in Philadelphia
attending the stale encampment (i
Entertain!-, x NnKirxts of Npwb Oompiltd
by a Oiapldc Writer.
Special to ihe ticrantun Tribune.
Wyw.isinu Pa., March 1. The
Methodist district ministerial meeting
is in Besaion hers this week and largely
Mies Mam - Buck, of L? Raysville,
spent a few days of last week the guest
of Miss Sabra Porter.
Miss Mm i Hi OSS is spending a few
weeks In Willcos-Barre.
George Sayre, of Horseheads, N Y ,
spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs.
Miss Bessie Slocum recently returned
from a visit to relatives at West Pitts
ton and Scranton.
Bben Lewie and wife, of Waterbnry,
Conn., are visitingrslatives and friends
in this vicinity.
The ladles of the Presbyterian church
will have a mum social at tholr church
parlors Tuesday evening ifext.
Sterling Ackley, an old resident of
this place, was buried Monday last. He
died from tho effects of the grip, agod
Henry Kintner entertained tho mem
bers of his Sunday school olaas at his
homo Wedueidnv evening evening lust.
Tnoy were royally entertained.
Albert Barnes, of Wilkes-Barre, ,1b
spending a few days with friends in
Miss Evangeline Porter spent Sunday
at Lymau Chamberlain's, Vaughan bill.
Core for He.idache.
As a remedy for all forms of Headache
Electric Bitters lias proved to bo the very
best. It effects a permanent cure and the
most dreaded habitual sick headaches
yield to its influence. We urge all who are
afflicted to procure a bottle and give this
reinndv a fair trial, in caSH of lielntunl
coiiBllpalion Electric llilters.ciues bv glv
ing the needed tone to the bowels. and few
rahes lone n i-' Hie uxe of this mediciuo
Try it once. Large hollies only Fifty cents
nt.Matthi ws Hros. drug utore,
FORcST CITY MATTERS.
Events of Interest n a Lively Town
Special to Ihe Scranitm T ribune.
FoitF.sr City, Pa., Mar. 1. Good
sleighing lust week.
UarbleS are m iking their debut by
the small boy.
A year-and-n-balf-old child of Mr
and Mrs. Charles Cameron, of Railroad
stre"t, died lu-si!ay. Interment nt
Owe go, N. Y. undertaker Purple in
A lire started in the basement of
Fred Cray's large block on Main street
last night about II K0. Ths basement
is empty, whore the fire started, aud it
is thought to have been caused by some
old clothes Ignited bv accident. A few
buckets of water QUI inched tho llini'-B
Mrs. A. S Lewsley, of Cirhoiidale,
spent yesterday in this place as the
gnest of Miss 1 me Tyler.
.Mrs VV H Bites is spending tho
week with Wilkes It irre friends.
The following are the coal ehlpm Mits
from tln llill.nl i Coal and Iron com
pany s oollnries. in this place for the
month of February:
Forest City colliery worked ten days
and t hipped 9Vtl ton of o ml and i'iliQ
tons of culm. Clifford colliery shipped
7011 tons ol coal and 1710 tons of culm.
Worked Hi days.
F. J Osgood was in Carbondale ou
The funeral of Jaihns Dillon, the
mention of wairb was made in to
days lltlliCNK, will occur tomorrow
( Friday) at 7 o'clock at St. Agnes' Cath
olio church, whore services will be con
dueled by R iv. J. J. Coroner, the pas
tor. Mr. Dillon moved to this plaoe
from scranion some yours ago, and was
ahvays uotod for his kin 1 disposition
ami liberality, tie was .,, years of ag
and In ivt-s a widow and tour children
Interment will he In St. R o's come
tery, Carbondale. The r-iuoi na will le
taken ou thn "fLor" at 8.48 a in.
A. S. Le Wiley, the energetic and
graceful writer of Carbondale news to
Tut: Tuiuunk, aud George J. Bsutou,
Nctti of Interest Penned for the Enter
tainment of Hurried Readers.
Sltecial to the Scranton 'Tribune.
PhIOEBURQ, Pa., March 1 Mrs. H.
B, Jones. Mrs. W. W. Williams and
Mre. Isaac Davis attended the funeral
of the late John Martin in Peckvilte on
Dr. Maxwell, of lllakvly, paid uw a
friendly visit during th Week.
Tho large, substantial recently
erected bv P. P. (i.illagher in Dicltaoii
will be litted out for a hotel, P. P. hav
ing petitioned court for license.
Henry Thomas and Eugene Fell, both
of Wilkes Barre, were welcome visitors
here on Wednesday.
A young ladies' sewing class has been
in progress in town for the past week
and ia meeting with success. Croohet,
sewing, knitting and all kinds of fancy
needle work are tauaht to the young
ladies after school hours by Miss Par
rot, of Main street. The class meets
in O'Connor's hall every Wednesday.
Mrs. John Qllligan visited her pa
rents iu Archhald today.
B. A Williams and W. E. Schrador,
of Sterling, pa., registered at the Cen
tral on Thursday.
A local branch of the Co operative
Building bank, of New York, was or
ganized at the Central hall on WedneB
day night. After the usual prelimina
ries a board of directors and officers
lor the ensuing year was elected. The
board starts out with a membership of
twenty. The ofti.-rs are: C. D. Snyder,
president; 1. h Waters secretary.
ihe new council will m-et in the
borough building next Monday night.
No doubt we will see a board of hoalth
appointed a: an evidence of better gov
Live News from th Vicinity of Beauti
ful Like Henry.
Special to the Seruntoa Tribune.
MaPLKWOOD, Pa.. March 1 The
young people are taking advantage of
the skating by moonlight ou Lake
G. C. Bell is tuving and shipping
apples away io tho New York markets.
William H Samson, our popular
and enterprising butclir, is buying a
irge number of calves which he ships
The Consumers' Ice company are at
work harvesting the ice from Lako
Henry. 1 his lake furnishes the clear
est and purost ice of any lake in Wayne
I lie members of Harvest granc. No.
U'.ri, Patrons of Husbandly, talk of
tving an oyater supper iu the near fu
ture for tho benefit of tho order.
J C. veitb, of this rjlnco. m ide a
flying visit to Scranton on Feb. 27.
W llliam Mitohell, of Scranton, paid
his parents a visit over Sunday last.
Every day brings one to grief by see
ing now and then an old soldier limp
ing around with crippled logs or arms,
in destitute circumstance drawing a
small pension of S or 10 monthly.
which ii liablo to be cut off at uny
Brief Notes of New Toraely and Brightly
Writ! an Up.
BpteM to ths Scranton Trihunt.
Moosic. Pa. March 1. The Chris
tian Endeavor cottage prayer meeting
will bo hold at the home of D. Orceu.
on Main street, this evening.
Ureorge oennle la confined to his
home with a scalded to it
Mr. and Mrs 1. C. Ferrel and Mr.
and Mrs Juhez Lee visited relatives in
Mrs Frank Mnsteller is slowlv re
covering from a lerioui illnesi.
Ihe Methodist Episcopal prayer
meeting Will be held Monday evening
a Elm if He-lew's.
may bo inherited, or it may
result from neglect and care
lessness. Thin, weak, " run
down" persons need
Mr, J. Bm Douglass
Dyspepsia and Catarrh of
the Stomach Cured.
'C. I. Hood & Co., lowed, Mass.:
'C en tie men -l was troubled with dyspepsia
and catarrh ol the Stomach for over a year.
I could not eat Hie least thing without
Much Untold Misery.
1 took medicine oi different doctors but received
only slight benefit, i began taUiiiu Hood's Bar-
saparllla last winter and from the second
day 1 noticed an Improvement My stomach
did not sour nor my food rise nor distress
me. I have taken leur bottles up to this
time aud have gained several pouuds in llcsh.
My Mandl idl speak about
My Improved Looks
end say they never saw me looking so well.
When they ask what I im taking, my reply
te ait is. Hood's Barsaparllla." Joun k. Douo
i.ass, of the firm ol Douglass ft Belknap, grocer
les ami provisions, Hallstead, Pennsylvania.
Hood's Pills act e:ivii, yet promptly aud
efficiently, on the liver and bowels. Kc.
tho Cream of Cod-liver OH
and tho most nourishing
food known to sclonce. It is
palatable and more effective
than plain oil. Physicians, the
world over, endorse it.
Don't bo deceived by Substitutes!
Prepared by Scutt i nmvno, N. v. ah Urungiitj.
Hai in- secured tbe BflOBIHB POBGSot
vvilli 111 Illume & H in for n peruiani'iit bust
neSS stand, I slmll romltiet Hvteiitifle and
I'atliuloKleal shoe ig for the Prevention, Ke
lie! and en, e of Lamensss and other impedl
monte in the movements of Dorses Incidental
ordne toimpei'li-c: hIio-ini; I hlmll irlvethn
work ilk v pei'Minid at tfiil I n mid krnarantee no
extra nbarire.uxeept for immovenii nt Lame
mjss, ole., will he tieatii I iifternoous. A free
clluii' and profusslouul edviie given i veiv
Momlay Ii im , u . i- M.
JOHN HAMLIN, D. V. I
The new oiler
made to Tribune
readers on page 7.
It is the best
one yet made
new TO MAKE
There an; hundreds of voting mm ami young women In (hf
country who have splendid ability, but they have never heel
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
Has been an inspiration to hundreds of young people. If you
are tired of inactivity ami want to do somethinu tangible.
come to Hit
F. E. WOOD, Proprietor.
YEAR OPENS JANUARY 1.
MOHAIR - SULTAN BUGS
Imported by Us direct from Saxony, Germany.
Sole Agents for Scranton.
A Beautiful Carpet Size Rug, made from Best
Mohair on Hand-Loom, soft but tough Mohair
Yarn, double tied into the back of the texture,
thus making it3 durability everlasting, the
more so as Mohair remains completely inacces
sible to moths or duat. The silk finish of the
"Mohair -Sultan" perfectly beati the genuine
Oriental Mohair Carpets and ths cost is but
We carry also a full line of
Dr. E. Grewer
In Various Sizes at the prices of Smyrna Rug3.
Real Daghestan Rugs, $9 Each,
Bokhara, Anatolian, Bahudurr and Kazae
KERR 4 SIEBECKER
CARPET AND CURTAIN DEALER,
406 and 408 Lacka Ave.
Antl Us MSOoUUd lUffot BURlkh an I dor
UM i iiyulcittu.;kro low uoriuiinoutly located
temple Court Building
Si 1 SPRUCE sr.
Whcro tnoy may lw cousolttd DAILY AXD
M Ml AY.
ino lirM-tnr It a giaduat. ot thn Unlvoraity
Pl 1 1'liniylvanh. fnrmorlr dumonstrator ot
poyslolonr and rarnnr at t)m Uedloo-Chlr-
ui-kichi cciiit-ge, or Phiiud.'lljia. Ho 1h tiso
ii h. norary n .mln.r nt tin. Medico ( hirur-
gicni asmoUHoii, sad u pbvslaM und
iirKPiin -In chief of lb,- moat Botod Am-rican
ana (li rman DOSplUU comes highly Indorsed
New Yortt'1'" 1"'of,"",ora of WuWUlplMi nd
llin many years ot honitil exporlono en
Mes thia eminent physician ami surgeon to
correctly diagnose und treat all defomlt M
and illauases with the most fiattoring saoSSSSk
ami lils bftb Rtandlng in tho state will uot
all ,w him to accept any lr.cnrnble caa
LOS! M l .MKMili KK-.TOKKI1,
WEAKNKKS OF YOUNG MEN CUUED.
II you have DSM BlTen up ny your physi
cian call upon the doctor and lie examined.
He cures the worst cases of Nervous Dctiility,
Berofals, Hid Bores. , at.srrh. Pllo. Female
Weakness, Affection! of the Ear, Eye, Nnsa
and Throat, Asthma, Deafness. Turaora, Can
cers ai d Crii nine of every description. Con
mltatlon in KngUsh and Oormau Krea. which
shall I con SldSrad sacred ami strictly court
dentlsL (iflten Hours: 9A.ll, to U V. M. llally.
Sunday, II a. in. to ' p m.
"No star was ever lost we once have seen,
We always may be what we might have been,"
A HAPPY PATRON OF"
inc n u
HARDS LUMBER G
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
T 1 1 1-:
National Bank of Scranton
PAMt'KTi HI N'ES, (President,
V. W. WATSON, Vice President.
A. P.. WILLIAMS, Cashier.
BAmm RniMk JAMSS M rvrnnAnx,
lllVIMl A. FlM-n, PlIBOSB, FlXl.EY,
Joskimi J. Ji.iiMry, N h. K I M I, .
CBAS, P. ltATCBIIfS, .IoHx T.Porsm
S . W WATKON.
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
This bank Invites the patronage of business
lin n nnil linns generally.
Bank of Scranton.
OROANlZlCn IS 7.2.
Tribune Art Feature
To miss THE TRIBUNE'S World's Fair Portfolios would
be to neglect Ihe best opportunity yet offered. The ad
dition of the "Wanamaker" series makes it more valua
ble. Head new announcement ou page 7.
Marriage Made Easy
While we don't pretend to furnish ;i
wife, w 'II do the nexl iesi thing bj furnish
ing your home complete from cellar to gar
ret, and at a verj small cash outlay. Have
you ever stu n the
Economy Bedroom Outfit?
One Antique Bed One Towel' Rack
One ftntique Dresser One Woven Wire Spring
One Antique Washstand One Husks, Cot. Mattress
Two Cane Chairs One Pair Pillows
One Plush Rccker One Ingrain Carpet
One Table One lamp or Toilet Set
ielr l)alani-es, lmsl-
Tlils I, nun nlTers to
Inelllty kvarruiiti d by Die
ness ami respuuslhlllty.
Spcrlal attention InVSII to business ac
counts. Interest lS)ld OB time deposits.
WILLIAM rONNH-T.I, rresl.lenl.
. !:. II. OATLIN, VI Prraldanb
WltUAM II. PECK, ashler
wiuinm Conpell, Qaoiva H. Catlln,
Alfrril llnml, Jaiuca Arenblklll, llunry
llln, Jr., Willi, in T. Smith, Luthtt
DfJOOrAtsd Dinner Sots, 100 pieces
Decorated Toilet Suta, 10 pieces
Antique lleilroom Suits
Silk Hush prlor Salts
Sitlebosrtls, Antique Oak