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THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE-THURSDAY MORNTNQ-, MARCH 8. 1894.
Sharp, shooting pains,
back ache, side ache,
chest pains and palpi
tation relieved in One
Minute by the Cirri
cura Anti-Pain Plas.
ter, the first and only
pain-killing plaster. It
restores vital electricity,
and hence cures ner
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Price: 35c.: five, $.co A; a(: drtigisls or by
Buil. lv.iut Dkug anoChbm. Coki'., Uoiton.
The dictionary answers with
definitions. We answer by giv
ing examples. Any one who in
spects the following will never
need to ask what a bargain is
21-incb China Silks, nil
the plain colon and
black suitable for dressns
or fancy work. Would
not bare sold below 83
or 40c. if the linker hud
not been obliged, to raise mousy by
selling thtui at a loss.
11.00 a yard.
Xavy Bine Storm Serite,
52 iucbes wide, all wool,
tine texture, fast and un
fading color. To reduce
qu.mtity we reduce the
price, which regularly is
We never did it before
sell this 4ti -iocb. all wool
lustrous Black Serif for
a penny less than 03c. a
yard. We only do it now
as a temporary bargain.
THE NEWS OF
fOutor town corrnsponrtontu orTriB Tutu
One should sign thulr immos In full to o.v)b
newsletter, not for publication out to guard
KEYSTONE ACADEMY NOTES.
The renowned Fletcher
Lace Stripe Scotch (iing
hams, which hare been
imported and sold tn Am
erica for years at 89 J. a
yard. All the patterns
here specially offered are new for
The same 200 Che
nille Table Covers
again that went like
smoke just before
expected to sell
thpru again below $2.00 But here they
are same ri-b, elegant designs 0-4
size, heavy knotted fringe. But not
Palma, fine and full bleaohed
cotton, made to sell at 7 cents.
If the manufacturers will for-
uivft na thie tim ota nrnmiu
never to do it again.
HON ESOALE AND VICINITY.
Affairs of the Maple Cltv Intelligently
and Ent-rtaininely Discussed.
.Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Honesdale, Ps,, March 7 Two ver
dicts of gailty were broagbt into court
by the juries today. In the ease of the
Commonwealth vs. William Skinner,
charged with the larceny of honey, the
jury brought in a verdict of guilty an 1
recommended mercy. The second
case, the Commonwealth vs. Charles
Williams, Siiraael Bowman and Will
iam Patterson, chnrged with the lar
ceny of three overcoats and one bat
from the store of Samuel Krantz, Haw
ley. These young men took the cloth
ing ostensibly to get a night's lodging.
They have passed the last two nights
in jail and today were found guilty by
Miss Vaact, of West JPittston, is the
guest of Miss Charlotte Brown.
An elopement of two young ! Hones
dale people is crepitad to last evening,
but as yet is unverified.
The electric lights went out last
evening abont 7 o'clock and the town
was in darkness for over two hours.
The sheriff's sale of the goods of
Daniel Flnnnignn has been settled and
the stock is now In possession of Thou.
Can nl van.
Wesley Rogers, of Hawley, was in
town today .
William Powell is borne from Xew
York on a vacation.
Rev. E. J. Be Ids ley, of Carbondale,
made a hnrried trip to this city today.
"A Trip to Texas." which appeared
in the Citizen on Feb. IS, is still being
read and commented npon. Thosn who
have not rend this bit of sarcasm on
our Erie Texas depot should secure a
copy and do so.
In thousands of cases the enre of a
Cough Is the preventive nf consumption.
The surest cough medicino in the world is
Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup. Sold by
all dealers on a guaranteo of satisfaction,
Coming Mock Trial of the I hi Ma So
ciety Othir Notes.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
FaOTOBYVILLK, Pa., March 7. Miss
Mary Reyuolds and Mr. W. M. Smith
sp nt Saturday and Sunday at their
heme in South Gibson.
The mid-term ex (initiations wer
held at the close of last week.
The advanced class in Greek is mak
ing rapid progress under the tutorship
of Professor Hulloy.
Many of the students have bosn
obliged to leave school on account of
The long talked of new bell seems to
belike many other good things, viz:
slow in making its appearance.
The Phi Mu sooiety will 011 March 10
give a mock murder trial .'in the main
chapel of ttho Academy. The parties
who will take, part in the trial are as
Hon. John Limerick D. D. Hnrniou
li. Loreu Fasset
Sauisou Huudshackle tleorgo Thompson
Tom Holler J. LnppeUB
Jim Knockenistilt Bert Murphy
COMMON WEALTH ATrollNEVS.
Will. William, District Attorney.
V. M. Dennison
Peletial Klindera F. E. Scott
ATTOU.NEYS KOH DEFENSE.
.. Z. Kreiguaum EL P. Capwell
W. 11. Bilueiuior B. F. Thomas
THE CHIMIN AL.
Joe Slauimerbacker K. IS. Jnyuo
Mrs. Mary Mitchell (wife of the mur
dered maul E. J. Dutikleo
Koubeu Jeremiah I'ornstnlk.l'. N. Ledyard
Buro.-rbotf lloldersc-u8Cuff.il. 0. Downing
He-hock Kazzleweig H. A. Swallow
Lingonai Aquiiizcr John Walter
L Doterdown KlllemaU, M. D., Coroner,
A. II. Sisnbnugb
O. Dryplatekvdak Harry Smith
B. V. Sehuyzzvzzscks 0. E. Wilson
Michael Pavolnsky Wulter Kemiuerer
Drtimmoud Uornbaker CD. Washburn
J. K. Liederkranz U. W. Mumford
William Heury Ferguson W, H. Smith
Obediah Frogsfoot E. A. Fuller
George Washington Joues, (colored mum
W. li. Thompson
The case will be conducted strictly
according to court room regulations,
and will be made very interesting and
entertaining. The ridiculous appear
ance and crooked testimony of the ne
gro, sua or rarmer cornstaia, cannot
fail to please all. The whole plot is
original from beginning to and, Come
and bring your wives, children, aunts,
cousins and neighbors with you. The
jury will be empaneled at 4 d. m. , but
the case will begin promptly at
o'clock. Admission, 10 cents.
TOPICS AT TAYLOR.
An Entertaining Budget of News Note
from a Live Town.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Taylor, Pa.. March 6. Tonight is
ladies night at the Price Library, and
the beautiful rooms are filled with the
fair sex who are in control. The asso
ciation holds it business tomorrow
Subscribe for TnE Tribune. Deliv
ered at your home before breakfast
The Willing Workers of the Metho
dist Episcopal churoh met today ut the
home of Anna Gordon.
The blue birds made their bow here
this morning for the first time this
season and chirped forth sweet and
welcome notes of the appearance of
Will Van Bnsklrk is home from Phil
adelphia on a short vacation.
James Watkins returned home today
for a brief visit.
William P. Griffith is now burgess
and he means to make a mark for lay-
lor in the line of progress.
Reese W. Keese, the newly elected
road commissioner, will no doubt prov-t
the right man in tne right place, and
our streets will receive the attention
Next in line is a board of trade. Lt
us have one at once.
The night school of Old Forge and
Lackawanna township close Friday
Mrs. David Rossar, of Ridge strett,
is seriously ill.
Professor J. F. Foley is attending
United States court at Scranton this
week, being one of the jurors.
The borough fathers met Monday
night and orgmiznl aft follows: E. E
Weston, president; George Powell, sec
retary; J. W. Hnuser, treasnrer; R.
Reese, road commissioner; John H.
Evans, chief of polioe; J. M. Harris,
M. M. Williams wa in North Abing
ton yesterday attending the funeral of
Robert Inglis, jr., of Moscow is in
Dr. Porteus' hostler was hit the other
evening by two men with a billy, cut
ting him severely abont the head.
Who tli'i assailants are is not known.
threatening proportions today, until
it now resembles the mighty Missis
sippi. A part of the bridge is fhoded,
and it is impossible for people by foot
travel to cross, unless they get their
Mrs. Benjamin Massy wn a visitor
in Scranton and Carbondale today.
The old and popular game of marbles
is raging iu this place and one ingen
ious young lad has arranged a cigar
box ou the plan of the nickle-iu-the-slot
machine. Yon drop a marble in
top of the box ami if you win you get
ton marbles. The house generally wins,
and the loser turns sadly away, think
ing that some tiino or other he will re
turn and "bust tha machine "
JERMYN AND THEREABOUTS.
The News of the Day Brightly Reported
for Hurried Readers.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Jkhmyn, Pa., March 7. Rev. Mr.
Hallentiue, of Grten Ridge, preached
in the St. James Episcopal church
A large number of friends attended
the funeral of Mrs Bridget Gaven at
Carbondale Tuesday afternoon.
After an illness of two months,
Charles Maynard has resumed his posi
tion with C. I). Winter & Co.
Subsenhe for Tub Tkiuune and get a
barrel of flour free.
While so many of our neighboring
towns aru disagreeing over the offices
to be given out by councils, wo do feel
thankful for a council that oau ap
point without fear or favor with no
slates, no trades, no selling nor buy
iny. W. J. Bikor and Thomas Price
visited Carbondale yostorday.
Near the Mayfield line, at the upper
end of the borough, a stream of water
has hoen running sines tho thaw. The
stream was dammed buck by eaoh
property holder from his own lot.
throwing it ou his neighbor. At the
fool of the hill quito a large stream is
running, and as it can go no furthor, it
now runs through the lot of C. D.
Winter and BdwlD Grave The May
Held council has plauivi n pipe across
the road, throwing tho water on to the
ots of the residents of Jsrmyn. A com
plaint has been lodged with the bur
gess, mid unless It is remedied a suit
will be brought and damages collected.
A number of lots have been badly
David Lewis, representing Dale it
Co., and Goorge Patterson, of Carbou
dale, oalled ou the trade yesterday.
Thrift and Eaterprlee of Its Hustling
Cltliine Tereely Recorded.
Special to the-'.Scranton Tribune.
Carbondale. Pk.. March 7. Miss
Flora Allen, of Forest City, wa Miss
Lottie Gile's guest last evening.
William Loomls, of scranton, was a
visitor in this city this afternoon
Mrs. Dr. VanU.jran, or ArcnoaUl was
the guest of Mr. Frank Hubbard, of
Kiver street, today.
Edward Meloiv, who has been pro
prietor of the Valley House, on Dun-
hill street, has retired from the hotel
busiuet and expects to soon leave for
California, where he will reside. The
hotel has been leased bo Michael Lin-uen.
List evening occurred the annual
election of offk-ora for the Mitchell
Hose company and the result is as fol
lows: President. J. H. Kelly; vice prss
lent, Harry Wolcott; secretary, J. B
Rowlson ; treasurer. Frank Tiiumons;
trustee, two years, W. Myers; trustee.
three years, T. Levison; foreman, S.
Small; assistant foreman, Thorns
1 he fnderal servioss over the remains
of Hannah Kennedy, daughter of Mr.
and Mr. David Kennedy, took plaoe
this afternoon. Interment wa made
n St. Rose cemetery.
The Young Ladies' Cooking club will
take tea at the home of Mrs. T. L Mc
Millan on Salvia avenue on Friday
Goorge Mahv. secretary of the Cen
tral association of Scranton, conducted
th meeting in the Young Men's Christ
ian association hull this evening.
Brief Note of Interesting- Nwj From
a Live Town.
Special to the fkranton Tribune.
Olyi'Hant, March 7. Miss Agnss
Lynot, of Scranton, returned home
Tuesday after vistting her friend, Mis
Julia Cowley, of Delaware street.
William Lloyd and wife, of Deposit,
N, Y., are visiting hi parents in
Blakely the past week.
Mrs. James Feeley, of Arcbbald, is
spending a few day with her parent"
on Susquehanna street.
H. J. Beaupre, of Delaware street,
sxpecta to spend a few weeks visiting
relatives in Canada.
The ladies of the Presbyterian church
held a dime social in the church Tues
day evening. They realized a neat sum.
They expect to hold one each month in
George Miller, of Arohbald, is spend
ing a few days in town.
The remains of the late John M. Wil
son, of this place, were taken to Nan
tiooke on the 2 23 Delaware and Hud
son train for interment.
Record of the Proceedings of tha Hones-
Special to the Scranton Tribun.
Forest City, Pa., March. 7. The
second day's sessioa of the Honesdule
Ministerial association bemg held at
Unioudale convened at 8 lid a. m The
religious services were in charge of
Rev. 11. 1'. Hathaway, of Carbondale.
Wavmart was selected as the place
for the summer session, ana Kev. W
L. Linabery was elected to deliver the
openitig address, and Rev. F. Geudall,
of Jermyn, to preach the sermon. Rsv.
C. A. Benjamin, of Honesdale, snoke
on "Lpworth League Interests; ltsv,
J. A. Transne discussed "Church Work
in Rural Sections."
Rev. P. R. Tower, of Jackson, pre
seutsd an able paper on "The Secular
ization of the Pastorate," which sub
ject was also reviewed by Rev. H. G.
Harned. J. O. Hogan and C. W. Todd.
Rev. I. N. Shipman, of Hawley. read
a patier on "The Conduct of Public
Worship," and the Rev. S. C. Simp
kins, of Moscow, read an article on
Rev. L. T. VanCampen, of Gonlds
boro. read bis article on "The Quat
terlv Conference Committees." This
subject was discussed by Revs L. W.
Karsbner, F. Gendall and W. L,
The encouraging foatures of the
"Temperance Reform" was tho subject,
which excltod the most interest of any
theme that came before the associa
tion. Lively speeches were made bv
Rev's. F. Gendall, of Jermyn; I N
ShiDinan, of Hawley; J. C. Hogan, of
Forest Citv ; S. U. Minimus, of Moi
cow; N. L. Linabery, of Unlondale; P.
R Tower, of Jackson ; Pierc Bntler,
of Carbondale, and Rev. H. P. Hath
away, of Carbondale.
The afternoon meeting closed with a
review of Bishop Vincent s book, "Bet
ter Not," by Rev. N. Edgar, of Car
hondAle. At the evening session a gooi
audience wa present and listened to
an able sermon by Rtv. J. V. Newell
of Lake Como.
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biliousness, bilious headache,
dyspepsia, heartburn, torpid
liver, dizziness, sick head
ache, bad taste in the mouth,
coated tongue, loss of appe
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by constipation ; and consti
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cause of all of them.
Book free; pills' 25c At
drugstores,or write B.F.Allen
Co.,365 Canal St., New York.
PICKED UP AT PECKVILLE.
ilappening of the Hour Tersely
oorded by a Bright Raporter.
Xiiccial to the Qcranton Tribune.
Pkckvu.i.e, Pa., March 7. Blaklv
borough oouncil elected the following
officers last Monday evening for the
ensuing year: President, D. L. Berry;
secretary, Thomas K Williams; treas
urer, brnnkL. Taylor; street commis
sioner, Henry Birlett; road commit
tee, James W Smith, William Voyle
D ivies, William It. Stevens. Dr. J. B.
Sickler, E L. Craig. G. W. Miller,
Oliver David, R. M. Ward ami A. U.
1 horp were selected and appointed to
constitute the board of health.
B. F. Reese, who has been n resident
of this place for a number of years, re
moved his family to Oueonta yesterday.
John Shaffer, a carpenter employed
at the uew breaker greeted at the
Mount Jessup colliey, at Winton, met
with a severe acidnt yesterday by be
ing struck with a rope. He fell a distance
of twenty-five feet, breaking his arms
close to the wrists, and received a bad
cut on his forehead. Ssveral of his
front teeth wore knocked out and his
back wa severely wrenched.
Mrs. John Sampson, of Priceburg,
oalled on friends here yesterday.
The business places of W. W. Wat-
kins, G. A. Bell and the Harrison
House woro lighted by eleotricity for
the first time last Tuesday evening.
The lights were famished by the
Crescent Elsntric Light company of
Fon rheumatism, lumbago, Neuralgia,
cramp and colic there is no remedy su
perior to tho gouuine Dr. Thomas' Electric
HOW TO MAKE MONEY
There are hundreds of yovtug nieu and young women in this
country who have splendid ability, but they have never beeu
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
Has been an inspiration to hundreds of young people. If yon
are tired of inactivity and want to do something tangible,
coiue to the College.
COMMON ENGLISH COUUSE.
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(Upholstery Department. )
Dr. B. Grewer
The Philadelphia Specialist,
And IiIb i. :, 1 ,tuir of EtiKlMi ni.l Oer
nian fhyuli'luii)t,ure uow n-ruiauuutly located
Temple Court Building
81 I SPRUCE ST.,
Where tlioy muy bo i-oiisultod DAILY AND
Tbn Doctor Is a graduate ot the University
cf Penueylvanla, formerly dtmonetrator ot
physiology and surgi-ry at the Medlco-Chlr-uiKlcal
College, of Philadelphia. He la also
it honorary member of the Medico Chlrur
glcul Asaoclatlon, and was physician and
mo Kuon m-cnier or the most noted American
and German hospitals, comos highly indorsed
New York"1"' trofBSSO" of Philadelphia and
Ills many years of boaoital cxperleno en
ables this eminent physician anil surgeon to
correctly diagnose and treat all deformities
and diseases with tho most flattering success,
and his high standing In tho state will uot
all .w him to accept any Inc-nrable caaa
LOST MA.NUUOl) KKvrOHKD.
WKAKNKHS OF YOUNG MEN CUItRD.
If you have neen Riven up oy your physi
cian call upon the doctor and be examined,
lie cures the worst caaesof Nervous Debility,
Bcrofulo, Old Sores. Catarrh, Piles, Female
Weakness, Affoctlona of the Bar, Eye, Nose
and Throat, Asthma, Deafness. Tumors, Can
cers and Criiinles of every description. Con
sultation In Kiwllsh and Gorman Free, which
shall lie considered sacred aud strlotly confidential.
Oftlox Houn: 0 A. M. tu U P. M. Dally.
Sunday, U a.m. to 2 p m.
Green or Red Billiard
Covering, $2. 25 each.
in Oak with Matting Top,
White and Gold, Teak,
Wood and Brass.
one in Ox
Hat and Coat Hooks,
Easels and Screens.
Step Ladder Chair, $1.25.
Oak Tables, 90c. to $1.15.
SPECIAL, to Close Them Out:
Velour and Tapestry Table Covers at just
nan ineir iormer price.
Full line of UPHOLSTERY GOODS, Gimp Cord,
Tacks and Fringe.
KERR & SIEBECKER
CARPET AND CURTAIN DEALERS,
MIRRORED AT MOOSIC.
Current Toploi of a Lively Town Briefly
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Moosic, Pv. March ?. Th funeral
ot VVestley C. Stanton, who died from
ths effects of tbe injuries lie received
at tbe explosion of the Barrell mill
Saturday morning, will be held at tbe
Presbyterian church on Main street
Tburtday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Brief
services will be held at the horns of his
father-in-law on Penn avenue. Inter
ment will be made in th Marcy ceme
tery at Duryea.
Mrs. Dr. Walden, Mrs. John Benton
and Miss Nettle Coons, of Scranton,
spsnt Wednesday at the home ot Mrs,
a H. Pearl.
A large gne of men are at work
cleauiug up the rem umi of the barrel
mill that exploded Saturday tuorning.
Dr. Knapp, of West Pittaton, is
viriting at the home of Mr. George
Pearl, on Main street,
Mrs. William Wilkes, of Ponn ave
nue. Is on the sick list.
A. L. Sloan, ot Scranton, was in
FOREST CITV ITEM3.
Paragraph of News Carefully Culled for
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Forkst (JlTY, Pa., March 7. Ex-Policeman
John Cotter wa preieut at a
ball held in Jeaeup laat evening
Carpenters are making rapid pro
gress on the new Methodist parsonage
Superintendent W. A. May, of
Soranton, mad his 'iflloUl viait to the
Hillside collieries today.
Tn usually calm and and peaceful
flowing rlvr, onr own little Lacka
wanna, has risen to alarming and
For over a quarter of a century. Doctor
Pierce's (ioldun Medical Uiscovcry has been
etTevting cures of Bronchial, Throat and
Lung affections. Weak Lungs, Bleeding
from Lunge, Bronchitis, Asthma, nil linger
ing Coughs, Consumption, or Lung Scrofula
and kindred maladies, are cured by It.
REDUCED TO A SKELETON.
Mrs. Mir Mills, of .Sardls. Ilia Stone On.,
Minn., writes: "Ono
year ojro I wrs Riven up
by in y family iihyslnlan
and friends; all suld I
must die. My lungs
were biully affected, and
body reduced to u skele
ton. My people com
menced to give me your
and I soon began to
mend. It was net lon
bo Faro I became weD
enough to take chargo
of my household duties
I owe my recovery
to 1)1. Pierce's Uiilden
8. H. Clifford, New CasseL Wis., was
troubled with neumlgia and rhetimatUin,
his stomncu wan disnrdereil, his liver was
affected to an alarming degree, nppetite
fell away, and he wus terribly reduced in
fieflli and strength. Throe bottles of Elec
tric Bitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, III., had
a runuing sore on his leg of sight yeaia'
standing. Used tnree liottlet of hlectr
Hitters and seven boxes of Bucklen'
Arnica Salve and his leg is nouud ami
well. John Kpcnkor, Catawba, ()., had
live larsro fever sores on his leg, doctors
said he was incurable. One bottle Electric
Bitters and ono box Bucklen's Arnica
Salve cored hiin entirely. Sold by Mat
Interesting Items of News frnm Reran
ton'e Southern Suburb.
fyiirlal tn the Ncranton-Tribune,
Minooka, Pa., MHrch 7 The re
mains of a child of Mike Walsh were
. ntr r 'I in Minooka Catholic cemetery
Tonsorial Artist John Nallin has
eracted a shooting gallary adjacent to
hss toasorial parlor
The Young American bund have
completed arrangements for the thir
entertainment on the "Jtlth met. Some
of the best tnUut in the county has
been secured They expect to eclipse
all previous efforts.
Peter Walsh, son of Richard Walsh,
cf Gilmore avenue, was kicked in the
fac by a vicious mule at the Ureeu
wood mines Tuesday.
Some of the leading members nf No.
134 will visit the meeting of the O'Gon
Dell oouncil at Minooka thi evening
Th Greenwood minta wor idle yes
terday. P. W. Gallagher, assistant superin
tendent of Him Scranton Traction com
pany, visited Minooka yesterday.
Interesting Events In a Live Olty Enter
tainingly Written Up.
Illfftlf D th" Scranton Tribune
STKounsMJito. Pa., March 7 Ilusi
nesa tn Mile town is reviving The hum
of the spindles In the silk mill is niuslo
to th ears of people crossing the
bridge. In fact, all our people wear
the smiles which ' generally follow an
increase of business.
Mi Cera (julck and Miss Blanch
Gannon, of Sugar Run, Bradford
county, who for the pact six months
have been ttedlig the Normal school,
will retaru home on Monday.
In spite of thd nervone shock which
onr cherift received from btlng intiiul
dated by the mob who triad to leonr
the prisoner for a lynching bee. he
could be sn ou th street thi inurn
i ng trying to euro his "Mand 9."
Mr. Wm. A. Booth
Saved My Life
$5 Worth of Hood's Sarsa
Severe Case of Nicotine Poisoning.
c. l. Hood ft Co., Lowell, Man,:
"Otntlemen: 1 write these lines te certify
that Ileod'sSiirsapailllalias cured M of a must
painful dlMaM frcin whloh 1 have suffered the
past fuur years. It appeared In the furm ot
eruption on my neck and face, spreading over
my lindy, so painful that I could nut sleep at
iil(ht, sod OOUld Dot work In the day time, and
when I did lay down ami get into a little doze. If
I wuuld nmve Just a little, It wuuld stmt that
terrible sensation, and
, Blood Would Start
from the oruptlun on my leg and body. I had
to wear baudagea all the time. My eyes were
badly swollen, my hack In terrible cuiidlUiin
One physlctau Said It was weed polsou, another
eczema, and the last told mo It wa
aud that I would have to ko to a physician who
made a speciality of my disease. (I omitted to
say that I nm a clgitr maker by trade.) Hut
Hood's HarsHparllla hud been receuuueudud,
and I thought I would try It. and I am heartily
thankful that I did. 1 can truly say that Hood's
Harsuparllla hu effected
A Perfect Cure.
I am free from sores, have a good appetite, no
dull feelings, and that continual slek headache
is gone. This wonderful cure has only cust me
live dollars. This small amount of money has
rid me ot all my sufferings. I am still taking
Hood's Sarsapsrllla, my faithful friend which
kae Mveel my life, I cannot praise It enough."
W.M. A. Booth, Indiana, Pennsylvania.
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men and llrms generally.
Bank of Scranton.
Statement Feb. M . 18114. railed for by
the Comptroller ol the Currency.
I.oane HI, 310,340 OO
United Matee Honda 80,000.00
Olhnr ItomU fii:i.r7H.7.t
Hanking llnuec 38,074. 40
frrmlufne cm (I. H. Ilunds.... 043 7ft
film from II. 8. Treiuuror 7.000.00
Duo from Halifax 308,410 73
Capital 8300.000 00
Due to llauke
lo ono 00
8'i, 303, .-.fto.no
WILLIAM mNNKI.U rreldcnt.
UKO. II. ATI. IN. Vlct.-1'ir.ldcnt.
WILLIAM II. I I !v. Caelilcr.
lYIIllatn i .on, ..it, i. ,.,,. (, Callln,
Alfred II ami Jutne Arclibald, Henry
Belln, Jr., William T. Smith, Lutliar
Thin bank nflcre to
fnrlllty warranted by their Imliineei, but!
een anil rrioiiAtbl
neM ami rcH
nil ent ton ul
counte. Intercut paid on time depoalt.
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, constipation,
biliousness, Jaundloa, sick headache, Indigestion.
Rooms 1 sod 2 Commonwealth Bid's
Made at tlio MOOStO and KUSU
Lafflin & Rand Powder Co.'
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Elcotrlo Battering, Fuses for exploi
ing blast, Uafety Fuse and
RepaunoChemlcsJ Co.' I' Jplosivoi
"No star was ever lost we once have seen,
We always may be what we might have been,"
A HAPPY PATRON OF
THE RICHARDS LUMBER CO.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
Marriage Made Easy
While we don't pretend to furnish a
wife, we'll do the next lest thine; by furnish'
lng your home complete from cellar to gar
ret, and at B very small cash outlay, llavo
you ever seen the
Economy Bedroom Outfit?
One Antique Bed
One Antique Dresser
One Antique Washstand
Two Cane Chair
One Plush Rocker
One Towel Rack
One Woven Wire Spring
One Husks Cot Mattress
One Pair Pillows
One Ingrain Carpet
One Lamp or Toilet Set
SOME OTHER PRICES
Decorated Dinner Sets, 100 pieoes $7 00
Decorstod Toilet Sets, 10 pieces 2 H5
Antique nmlroom Suits .15 50
Silk I'lush Parlor Suits 81 50
Baby Carriages 4 "5
Sideboards, Antique) Oak S 50
All Our Stock at Economy