The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, March 15, 1894, Page 8, Image 8
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE TH URSDAT MORNING. MARCH 15. 1894. Chest Pains Short breath, palpita tion, weak, and sore I lungs, pleurisy, coughs, i. olds, asthma and bron chitis relieved in One Minute by the Cuti- ,CURA Asn-l'AW Piaster, the first and unly instantaneous pain L.'.l.n ; plaster, lor weak, painful kidneys, back ache, uterine pains and weakness, it is simply Won del ful. It vitalizes the nervous forces, and hence cures nervous pains and mus cular weakness when all others fail. Price at,c; five, $1.00. At all druggist or by nuil. rorriiR Dkcc. amj Culm. Coif , Uoatou. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT OUR ANNUA L OPENING OF - Women's Muslin and Cambric Underwear AS IN TUE I' AST, our effort thi yeer V huve be.-u exerted to gather together a flock of I'uderwear that would give the great eat possible satisfaction In nuanteoi tuiten 's. oareful aea of wvrkuiaushiti and perfec tion of At. Aud while tbe price are a low a.- can pos il.lv be atforvW tor sued high class work, we 4o not -utr lulu coipt:tiou with the inte rior grade of goods W e y sold at seemingly low B rices. The stock now placed on exhibition Is all uew and fresh. No shop-woru or eouuter-soil.-d food m the lot. ana include ouly the 'ate-?! style and stupe. I mention today some S: 3Clai Ddi w W tilth eBWsOt 00 duplicated at the Bticwi Fine Muslin Corset Covers, 19c Fine Cambric Corset Covers, 23c Right Dresses, Walking Skins, Drawers, 39c 35c 21c In connection with the special bargains in Huahn underwear, we name som. unusual values In Children's .White Dresses At lie., Ho, c., Ha, 98c Infants' Long Slips At tfe, aSc H, tc., KM and L3t It is wall tn remember that whoa we advfr Han ".pecan bargains itn not ar to postpone lamination foraaiogkl day The reason Is that 4.1 our notices are esgerly scanned, and w we positively avoid alt forms of sensational .d'ertlsementa it has been proven by experi mce that everything mentioned in our notti-er, is precisely an stated therefore, the response in prompt and large iota are sometimes sold in a rew hoars or days, ae it may happen. IN AND ABOUT AVOCA. Bntartaanine Paragraphs Concerning Prcminent Peopl. SpecinI to th Scranton TViA-iie. Avctca, P.. March U -H. M. How ell and Attorney L J. Baiter mada a bnainea trip to Moscow todar Rev. U. F. Crane it ia New York city. Mrs. A F. Rboadoa vintad her mother at Willies-Barre today. Mra. J. R. Sitterly spent today at Whits Haven. An infant ahild of Mr. and Km W. i McDonnell died yesterday and will be buried tomorrow afternoon. Work haa been commenced on the building of the addition of St Mary s chnrcn. William O'Malley, of Wilkes Barra, ia the contractor. Liriaion 9. Anclant Order Hibernl -ens, Board of Erin, and the West Side brum aorps wiil go to Wilkes-Bam to participate in tba parade there St Patrick'a Day. Mieaea Nellie and Annie Callahan left for a few days atay in N'ew York city. Miaa Annie Cranaton apent yeaterday In Pittaton. Kev Fathera Shenlay and Aablay, of Carbondale, were Tiaitora here yaa terday. An infant child of Mr. and Mr Barnard King died yesterday and will be burled tomorrow afternoon. The choir of the Avooa Methodist Episcopal chorch will give an enter tain man t Thursday aTening, March 21), eonaiatlng of chorales, solos, dnets, unartettes, recitations, and reading. Tne admission will only be 1i cants, tuna giving any and all an opportunity to bear tome good music, from oar local talent. C. E. Clark will preside aa or ganist. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mm John Gallagher di-n thia morning. 1 he funeral will take place tomorrow at 2. 38 p. m. MESHOPPEN ITEMS. Brief Naws Motes from a Lively Town on the Susquehanna. frjieeial to the Hrranton Tribune. MksfioI'I'EN, Pa, March 14 Mra. Shepherd Hoberta and aon apent Ban day and Monday in Wllkea-Barra. The Presbyterian Sunday school and Mra. Hennard French's elocution class give an entertainment Friday evening Mrs. Floyd Kellogg is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Johu Hawks, of Tunk bsnuock. Tbe Women's Christian TemperAnoe union met with Mra. Theodore Sterling Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. A H. Starling visited Mehoop any Monday. Mrs. Jackaon Love, who haa been tick for aeveral weeks past, ia convales cing. Misses Martha and Mary Tanney, of Tunkhannook, visited the Misses Preu man over Sunday. The Epworth league is in vary nourishing condition. Mr. and Mrs M. S Kintner, of Me hoopnny, oalled upon their son and wife Tuesdny, THE NEWS OF NEARBY TOWNS Ontof town correspondents ofTits Tats Dne should sign their names In full to uaoh Usws letter, not for publication out to guard against docoptiou.l FROM FACTORYVIllE WAV. A Talentad Cor. v indent's Tludget of Brightly w rlttsn News. Speci'ol to the SSTflafSa TWhuns. Factouyvii.i.H. Pa., March U The 1SU4 oiuldins' boom has uotutuouoed in earnest. The Ladies' Aid society of the Meth odist church met at the home of Mrs. II. L, Harding Mrs. Niger, who Ins beri taking care of her daughter. Mra M J. Wat kins, the last mouth, relumed home Monday. The friends of the llev W. J. Wnt kius, at. S'.nrkville, will tender him a donation at the residtmoe of Anson Steveus, on Tuesday evening, Marsh 00. Thomas Reynolds, of Ureen Ridge, expects to build a residence this spring on the hill uar M. N. Reynolds'. Mr. Reynold! will probably be better r luembered as the son iu law of Mrs. Ahuira tjuick.a former resident of this place. With a very few exceptions, the roads iu this vicinity are beglutnug to assume their summer like solidity, which is something quite rare for this season of the vesr. The exercises at the armory last Fri d'iv iu conueotiou with the olosiug of the grade school were well attended The chlldreu sustained their purts in the dialogues aud recitations iu i way that showed careful study and rtdected much credit ou the teachers who trained them A large chorus uuder the direction of W. N. Manchester ts rehearsing a special blister programme entitled, "Christ Triumphant." The Woman's Christian Temperance uuiou has engaged Mrs. A M Holvev. a tnembsr of the Kate lecture bureau, to give a series of three lectures in the Baptist churcti, beginning with Suuday eveuiug, March IS. aud continuing Monday and Tussday evenings. Sun day eveniug will be a gospel temper ance sermon Aduiisaiou free. Rev. M. J Watkios occupied the pul pit of tbe Baptist church at Jeriuyu last Sunday. Mr. Moray, a senior of Hamilton Theological seminary, of Hamilton, N' Y . , preached at the Baptist church here last Sunday morniug and even ing. Mr. Morey haa accepted a call to become pastor of the Baptist cuaroh at Jertnyo, Pa and expects to entor apou the work immediately after his gradua tion next June. The correspondent of the Scran ton Republican reported last week that the sight singing clasa under the direction of W. N. Manchester was a "Bowling" success. We think the correspondent not beiug present mast have drawn on a very vivid imagination for a slang word foroeful enough to properly convey the intended meaning AROUND ARCH BALD Pen Pictareaof a Hustling Lackawanna Valley Town. Special to tae Scraafon Tribune. AftCHBALli, March lo Intelligence reached here last svening that Mr Matbew Roche, who was well kaown here, died at his home in Potter county yesterday Mr. Roche was a brother to Miss Ella Roche and a brother in-law of T. F. Kielty, of thts place. Miss Roche and Mr. D. P. O'Ronrke went to Potter county last night to be present at the funeral. Mr. P. H. Swift, proprietor of the Globe hotel, will retire from business on April L He has seanrad more de sirable and profitable employment. The employes of Jones, Simpson & Co , will bs paid tomorrow. M. F Giltiool. who has creditably represent id the Metropolitan Life In surance com rjaoy iu thia vicinity, has been promoted to tbe raaponsible posi tion of assistant superintendent of the Binghamton district. He will assume his new duties on April 1 Mr. Gil hool is an energetic young man, who is well qualified for his new charge. P. F. Corcoran has resigned bis rosi -tion as engineer for the Crerent F.ic trio company to accept more lucrative employment John E Swift, of Dnnmore. called on friends here Tnas lay afternoon. The funeral of Jennie, the 5-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mc Longhlin, of Main str'-.et, took place on Monday afternoon. Interment took place in Minooks. There is much sym pathy felt for Mr. and Mrs. McLongn lin over this, their fifth bereavement. Fred Kinback hss gone on an ex tended tour through the west"rn states. Miss Katie R-llly, or Olvphant, called on friends here last evening. Miss Katie Philbln, of Scranton, who haa been visiting relatives here, has re turned homa Miss Dora Dieehe, of Scranton, is visiting at her home her. Stepnen J Barrett, of Hill street, desires it stated that he will lie a can didate for delegate to the Democratic county convention. Thia announce ment may appear premature, but then Mr. Bsrrett la a firm believer in the old adage that "the early bird catches the worm." PENNED IN PECKVILLE. A Live Reporter's Daily Riatime of Cur rent Topioii of Interest. fiptiiat to 171" Hcntnlim TWA a a. PlOXVTIXI, Pa.. March 14 Mrs. Mollahan. of Wilkes-Barre, is visiting her (laughter, Mrs Daniel Dorris. Mrs H H. Hoffecker is visiting her mother, Mrs. William Mack, at Tunk hannook Mrs. Jessie Scott, of Mill street, Is suffering from a sevsre attack of rheu matism. Mrs A. A. Ayres has been suffering from a severe attack of aiaknosa. Coe F. Tuthill and his mother, Mrs Robert Tuthill, visited with trleuds at Scrsnton Inst Tuesday. John Kirzer, of Klzsrtown, Is visit ing his children. Alton F. and Mrs. M. S. Shaffer. Mrs. John Mitchell ia on the sick list. Mrs. Wilson Webb, of Wilkes-Barre. is visiting for a few daya with her noico, Mrs. Henry Chapman. Mrs. H. Mnnzer and Mrs J. Giggs. of South Gibson, are the guest of Mrs. Thomas Pope. Don't forgot the bee on the founda tion of tbt new Methodiat Episcopal church today. Bring your pick and hovel along. Jeff Warren li building a tenement bouse on the back of his lot at Bell Place. Mr, Thorp, of South Canaan, has been visiting bis son, A U. Thorp, of Maple atroat, thia Week. Charleo Bateo, of Wlnton, spent Sun day with hia brother, George Bates, of Brook street. Oar borough fathers will meat in their chamber next Monday night to look after tbe finances of our borough. John R Williams, of Green Ridge, formerly of this pllce, has purchased the William Davis property. The street commissioner has begun bis work on our street. J. G. Bell is sale ngont for the Cham pion estate aud will give tbe right figures on nny lots that any one wishes to purchnso. A bold thiof eutered Trevor LaflB geti'a residence one day last week and stole a valuable watch and clock. The dancing class oujoyed a social hop at Mr. Anduld's last Monday eve ning. Th tiuostioti ia inked overy dny, why don't the council give us the grade for sidewalks mi 1 pais an ordinance to compel every property owner to have his fenoa let on the Unu und build u good suitable walk iu front of his prop erty. It would be a groat blessing lo thl people and add a groat ileal to the appeal auce to our town, list the coun cil wake up to Oils at OUOO, ns it is the wish of nil taxpayers. s - CARBONDAU'S MIDWAY. Pioneer City's Sights and Scenes Oraphl eally Reported. ftici i to the Scranton 'IWAuas. CaRBONDALK, Pa, i Marcli 14. Ou Friday evening of this week the Venus social club will ,give a Hiiuisl to their frisnda In their parlors in the Opera house block Many guests from out of town are expected to he in attendance. Musis for dancing will be furnished by Yovd Smith, of scranton. 11 RlVonbnrg, Of Belam avenue, ntid 1' K Diirfee, of North Main street, will leave tomorrow morning for a trip to Floriday. John Simpion left this afternoon for North Carolina, where he goes to look after his interest iu a lumber tract there. Tnis morning occurred the death of Georgia Borroli, the V -year-old Son of Mr. aud Mrs George Barrel), of Itol -mout slreet Deceased was a victim of diphtheria. The funeral occurred this afteruuou and was private. InteiTutiiit was made iu Muplvwood cemetery. This afternoon tho Outsrio and Western compauy disposed of the four houses by public sale which atood ou the property recently purchased by them from W. W. Watt, ou New Cem etery street. Amoug the purchasers are Lewis Oraiuer and John Moou. The houses are to be moved off their present location, us tho company will use the laud for railroad purposes. Last eveniug about t) o'clock a fire broke out iu the home of Edwarl At kiusou. ou Belmont street, The build idg was saved, but tho household goods were badly damaged by fire and water. The home and its contenta were insured iu J. O'Hearu's agency. Frank Barry attended a social iu Hy le Park this evening. Heretofore cottage prayer meetings have been conducted in the different homes on Archhald street, under the auepices of the Baptist Christian En deavor society, but commencing on Friday eveuing of (his week the meet ings will be held in the school house in that locality. A festival will occur in the Welsh Presbyterian church ou the evenings of March l(i aud 17 Rev. E J. Balsley is in Salem, where he will conduct aaervics iu Si. Jobu's Episcopal church this evening. William McMinn loft today for W likes-lit rre, where be has accepted a position in n barber shop Mrs. S Reed, of Bradford, Pa., is visiting frisuds and relatives in thia city. My physic ian said I could not live, my liver out ol order, frequently vorailed greenish mucous, skin yellow, small dry humors on face, stomach would not re tain food. Burdock Blood Bitters cured mo. Mrs. Adelaide O'Brien, 3"i Eichouge St., Buffalo, N. Y. e NICHOLSON NEWS NOTES. A High Class Oonosrt In Prospict--Por sonal and Other Item i. Special to the Scrtinton TWkwa?. Nicholson, Pa., Marcn 14 The Universaliat choir assisted by Mis. E. M. Tiffany, will give a concert iu the Nicholson opera house Friday evening March 10 The following programme will be rendered: PART L "The Ilsavens Are Telling," flaydfn Choir. "'Irande Vniso llrilliante," dnlescoff Mrs. K. i HniMii and (ienovieve Bacou "When the Heart Is Yi nug,". Dudley Buck Mr-. B. I ifTany. "Saviour Breath an BvoniDI Blessing.'' Sudds Double Trio of Voices. 'Lo Denier Hourirc," Wollenhaupt mis. .u. u. Kuily. PART II Recitation, "Mygel Schneider's Barty,'' uomM Mrs B, Tiffany. "Where the Lindens Illoom," Dudley Buck Llewellyn Milelrts. Walzer in ' Minor Chopin Mis ' MDtTK VO Bacon, "Two Forest Nymphs" (Hover Mrs. L. Shi' Ids and Mrs. Kdson Tiffany. "Down by the Sea" Lucas Airs. Kdson Tiffany. ' The Farting Kiss" Ciro Pinsiittl Mixed Quartette. Dr. (.'. li. Newton and Joroino H. Cornell was the two delegates from this plane to attend the Rpiibllcn nominating convention held in Tunk hannock on Monday Patrick Coyle is in Philadelphia hav ing his eye troated. The stono riuarriee will bo starting up soon Tho psople In Trinklisnnock and this place are talking of running an BUo trio road between these two places On Wednesday evening, March 81, at tho rink, there will lie a meeting hold hy the branch of the Knpuhlic Savings and Loan association, which is being organized by A I! Cluv, secretary of the Scranton hoard. It will he tho lot v of all bnilness men to turn out The first annual ball of the .lolly Four Social club will he held Moaday evening, March 211. at the opera house. - . rOROoHa Oroap, Asthma, Bronchitis mid Sore Throat, use Dr. Thomas' Eclec trie Oil. and get t he genuine. -sv FROM FOREST CITV. Events of a Lively Coal Town ao VI. wed by Our Correspondent. ,'' ml f the Sirantim Trlliunt. Forest City, Pa., March 14. -Uenrga Schooiinvar, a braketnaii ou mi Krie coal train, had his hand badly urushid this morning at Aarat Summit while making a coupling. II i ml will have to lie amputated. Mrs. A. M. Gillett and Miss Lamia Monro", of Gibson, are visiting at the homes of Mrs 1'erry Muxey and Mrs. J. L Westgate A debate was held boforo the K worth longuo at tho Methodist Eiilsoi pal church last evening to a Infge audi ence, me subject as was mention,, I in today's Thibunic was: "Resolved. That England will fall Into decay aa did the other nntiona of antiquity." The nfHrmative side waa represented tiy Oliver raMMII and llsv. J. 0 Hogan ; negative side by J. Q Waters, William Jennings, sr., aud Johu M Brown. Good argument was produced on both sides, lite Judges, l. J. Os good, Benjamin Milton and W. J. Maxny, decided In favor of tho nega tive. Mra. Z, A Bell and son. of Carbon- dale, were the guests of Mra. Nelson lioll yesterday and today. John (J. Miller, of 10 iston, fa., anil 1). Walker, of Philadelphia, were at the Forest House yesterday. 'The Hillside oolleries will be Idle un til Tuesday. Their employes will re ceive their monthly "long groan" to morrow. The Cantata company thai will pro duce "Rebecca" at the opera house Saturday aVening are making progress as they are practicing every other night this week. Benefits for the Welsh Congregational olniroh Secure your tickets early, pridt 2, 35 and GO runts s JRMYN AND VICINI1V. Our Live Representative's Newsy Budget of Looals. Plircial to tlte lirruntoii TWftuus. JBBMYN, Pa., March II KeT. Twy- "on Jonaa, of Plttlbarg, will preaoh In the Congregational churc.n Smiidiiy The evening service will be iu English. Nicholas Moou, of Carbondnln, and I lines Boyle, of Scranton, wore Jer- myu callers yosterday. ( buries C Taylor, of 1 oinpkiusvllle. who was thrown from his wagon re cently, breaking a collar bone aud oth erwise injuring hlmtulf, Is able to bo ut dining the tliio weather. The William MrKmley Republican club met Tuesday evening. They have tioiiglit chairs an I tables and have their rooms nearly furuisUed. Dr P J. Mauley was callel to Win- ton profesalonally yesterday. 1 he directors of the Jermyn ceme tery asSOOlatlon held a meetiug lu S D Davis' office last eveniug. Slunrt Snyder gave ills fi lends a can ulue -'up i tan Tuesday. Wo exleud congratulations. A class of eight will be confirmed bv Bishop Uulison upon his uext visit to St Jamat'l church. Several of tho Cstholio eocieties will attend high mass Saturday moruiug iu honor of Ireland's patron saint. A large uuuilmr will go with the Wilkes Karre oxcursiou ami participate in tbe parade. lienie Burrett and Uartie Vail, atu leuts of the Multifield State Normal school, arc expected home Saturday. s MINOOKA MATTERS. Eijoyable Party- -Ptrsonal and Other Naws Distud Ud Carefully. Siirciot to thu Seninton Tribune. MlKOOKA. Pa., .March 14. A vary enjoyable birthday party whs bald at the i in me of Director ti. T. Davis, of Oreenwool, Tuesday eveniug, in honor of his thirty-third birthday. Msny valuable presents were received from his numerous frieuds. Following were tbe guests; Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Dond, Mr. aud Mrs. T. D. Mascbally; out of town guests Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rogers, Hyde Park; Ed. Joues, Scran ton , Miss Maggie Rogers, Hyde Park ; Mr. and Mra. William G. Thomas, West Pittston. Township Treasurer J. G. Jennings is enlarging bis Gilmore avenue resi dsnoe by the addition of two story structure. P. C Connelly ealld at Elmhurst Tuesday. Roman Cabbage, a driver boy at the Greenwood miues, met with a painful injury yesterday by having bis ankle crushed. Tony Gallagher has signed with the Miners I lil I toot Hall team. Tba Shamrock Fife and Drum oorps of this place li rapidly progressing in musical development, whion will be seen bv their open air concerts. Mra. P. Connolly, of Main street, ia ill. Miss Csasy Muloney, of Wilkes Barre, is at tne home of bar parauta on Green avenue. A 100-yard foot race will occur at Greenwood ou March 2o between Jack Gallagher and Jerry X. Reardon.of that place, for f oO a side. FROM CLARK'S GREEN. All the News Regarding a Breezy Sub urb Carefully RiporUd. flfcJCCraf to the ocrunton TWbune. CLARK! Green, Pa.. March 14 The Rsv G. D. Moore, of Southern. N. J., will commence revival aervices nt the Methodist Episcopal chapel at the Summit on Sunday evening next. The mum party held at F. S. Bene dict's on Tuesday evening last was a great success. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Miillinex at tended the last sad ritea of Mra. Peter Phillips, of Nicholson, a sister of the former, at factory villo on Tuoidny last. II Sisco is reportod at being much improved. Mra. O Chapman la sniTuring from a severe lllnesa, and is aa comlor table an circuinstancea will permit. Tbe protracted meetings at the Ban tilt eliurch still coutiuue unabated in Interest. ENLIGHTENMENT enables the more advanced and ('OMacrvatlve Nun. genus of to-day to euro many diseases without cut (Inn. which wen- formerly ri gardi il as Incurable with out retort to the knife. RUPTURE or Breach, la now luilinitl) cuhmI with out the knife and without pnln. Clumsy Trusses ian le. thrown away I TUNIOR8, Ovarian, I I breld (Uterine) and msny others, arc aow removed without the perlla of cut ting OpriatiollX. PILE TUMORS, how ever huge. Fistula nnd other (llnenees of the lower bowel, an permanently i II red without tinln or re sult to tho knife. STONE In the lllndder. no matter how large. Is ermh M, piilvnilaotl, washed out snd perfectly removed without rutting. For pamphlet, refwmnissi and all puitlrulnre. u nit 111 cents iln stamp!) to World's IMipensniv Medloal Asso ciation. No., will Main turret, huffslo, N. Y. MO SIC POWDER 1 and I Commonwealth Nffc HCHANTON, PA. MINING and BLASTING POWDER Made at tho afOOMO and RUSH DALE WORKS. I. ii II 1 1 n & It und Powder Co s ORANGE GUN POWDER Electric Batterlna, ! for explod ing blasts, Safety Fuse aud RepaunoChemictl Co. 'a High Explosives All Run Down Always Tired, Sleepless and Without Appetite Blood Vitalized and Strength Re newed uy Hood's, Saraaparilla. 'C. 1, Hood ti Co., Lowell, Mais.; "PoraeouplSOl years, 1 waa auhjeet to leel ngs anything hut good. 1 always lult tired, 1 uiilil nut sleep ut night anil Urn httlo 1 could lat did not seein tu heoelt ms any. I Did Not Have Any Ambition to go annual oi win k and In fact was Dot aWe to lo a guodilay'a woik. I happened to piek upa lrcular einbiaclng advertisements and teiu- uioiilals lur Hood's Haisapanlla, ami alter lead Hood'sSi;Cures Ing them ilecldeil to gie llooil's S o s uianila a lal. I have talo n llvo Imttlrs ami innst i that i havodcrivcd wonderful benefit from It and Foul Like a New Man. would recoouMBd it t" an luflersrs and would i go ilium not to hesitate buttodeeldeatones i take Hood's SarsaparlHa." PadlM Ifttn, IU North Tenth Btreet, Beading, Pennsylvania, Hood 'a Pills are Dromot ami efflelent vet ea?y Inaction. Sold hy all diuggitv Me, HOW TO MAKE MONEY "here are hundreds of young men aud young women in th'u country who have splendid ability, but they have uever beju wakened up. Wood's College of Business and Shorthand Has been an itisjii ration to hundreds of young people. If you. ue UreU 01 Inactivity and want to do (something tangible, come lo I lie 'nil, ( COMMON ENGLISH col list; hi mm ss Courses. HIIOUTJIANU COURSE. F. E. WOOD. ProDrietor. Ni:V YEA It OPENS JANUARY t. NEW GOODS lUpholatary Departrrienl, CARD TABLES, ruM' ard Cl0th JARDINIERE STANDS Wh, Wood and Brass. UMBRELLA STANDS, Si? 90c m" ia 0x 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 one -half their former price. Full line of UPHOLSTERY G00D3, Gimp Cord, Tacks and Fringe. Dr. E. Grewer The PMladelDhla SDRdalist. And Ms Mocit,.,i ttl of EoglUfa and Ger BUa IJLlclai,a.re now permanently located Temple Court Building ! .ti 1 SPRUCE ST. SCRANTON Where the may be eonsultad bAILY AND BVNUAY. The Do-tor ts a graduate ot the University I c: 1 cnnnylranla, formerly demonstrator of mnoiojrf ami urgerv at the Medlco-L 1 urirloal College, of Philadelphia He la also an honorary member of the Medlco-C'hirur- (leal Aisoeistlon. and was physician snd lurgeoii in chief uf the most noted American and German hospital, comes highly Indorsed Jjy the leading profeeors of Philadelphia and New York. His many years of hoeoltal rrnerienoe en- 1 bleu trill eminent phyaieian snd snrgeon to ' correctly dlacnoe'' ami treat all def..rm:t es and diseases with the most flattering a ucceea, aud his ! i.h standing in tbe staU- wdl not all .w him to acrent any incurable case LOST MAMItlOII KK-'IOIII l WBAKNKM )l YOCNO MRS t'LltKn If you hare neon given up Dy your physl clan call upon the doctor and be examined. Ho cures the worst cssenof Norvons Uebillty, Krrofnla Old Sores, t atarrh. Piles. Female Weakness. Affcrtlons of tho Ear, Eye. Nose and Throat, Asthma. Deafness Tnmora. fan cars and Crii-iilna of every description. Cm sultstlnn In Eiik-liah and iJorman Free, which shall be ronsldentl sacred aud strictly coutl tlrntlaf. Ufllee Rearai IA, M. lo P. M. Daily. Samlay, U a.m. tu ; p.m. KERR U SIEBECKER CARPET AND CURTAIN DEALERS, The most complete medium-priced FOLDING BED in the market. Hull & Co. 205 ADD 207 T(UG AYE. 1 1 ii TRADERS National Bank of Scranton CKOAMZED DX. CAPITAL $250,000, SURPLUS $25,000. BAMyBti HINBSJPniMm. W.W. WATSON, Vice President A II WILLIAMS, Cashier. DrMOMM ' o" ri Hinss, .iamfs M FvrnnART, laviNii A. hjroR, i'n i.. i i. Finlrv. ' r, J J' KV M H Iomi-m. CIIAS. P. MA rTMSIVS. .TrllN T POKISH. W. W Watson PROMPT, ENtRGETIC, CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL This hsnk Invites the patronage of builue men and tlrtnu generslly. Third National Bank of Scranton. Mut. lin n i Krb MM . ISM. railed for by the Comptroller Bf the (')irl eney. KMOOBCCt, Leaai i.tia.tao M OrerOrelts 114 T. It 7 DaitaO atatrs llonds 10,000,00 Other lliimle ni:i.n77i Raahlng Bonse.., 11,074.41 rremlum. out. N. Ilumls.... 041 7A Hue Iruni 1 1, a. Treasurer 7,000,00 Hue fruui Hanks VUN.41,1 7:1 Cash iiiiiiio .4 .iei4,A.io.uii MAIIIMTIICO Capital oon.onn HI Surplus MOJHMkOO Viullvldvd I'loflta Oil lHixut Olreulatloa 7,nou.h OlTldends i.i i ... Depollls.' I.MM.IIAO AS Due to nanks 00.8fl0.ftu ,ll?,ft.M).UO WILLIAM ONNKI.L, President UKO. II CATLIN, Vlco-President WILLIAM B, IKK, Cashier DlltKCTOKH. William Ciinnell, Uenrg-e II. Catlln, Alfred Hand, .lames Arrhbeld, Henry Hello, Jr.. Wlllletu T. Hnilth, Luther Keller. This hank oil. 'i to depositors every facility warranted by their balances, holi ness aud responsibility. Hpeolal attention given tn business ao counts. Interest paid ou time deposits. "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. Scranton, Pa, $2 and 23 Commonwealth Building. TRY US. n nssmr avsa v ssv s mm "The other man ilo-; the rcork. All I have to do is to carry up the brick.'' The Same Way at tne Economy All you Imvo to do is to bring in the money isnrl very little at that ami vre Jo the rest, This week we offer tlia Greatest Parlor Suit Ever Offered for the Price. A five pieco over stuffed Turkish frame nit, upholstered in AflMrloaO laamnsk. Trimmed in Silk Plaah and extra heavy Frinire, soft top anil torini; edge, coti sitting of 1 TKTE, 1 ARM CHAIR, 1 FANCY CORNER CHAIR, 2 SIDE WALL CHAIRS. Tho above in a combination of rich colors. OUR PRICE$35 You Should See It- SPECIAL A tOO-piece Dinner Set prissnted with all purchases of $73.00 or over.