The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, March 16, 1894, Page 8, Image 8
THE SCRAN TON TRIBUNE" FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 16. 1894. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ffol Baking ABSOLUTELY PURE 1 drawing for 50 iu gold, which takes plaoe on the 97th. The programme will ba published id a few days. P. A. Anderson, of Roanoke, Va., ia calling on relatives and friends in thia section. A number of ladies from here are at tending the mid-wiutei convention of the Women's Christian Temperance union, which is being held in Serautou. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT A Woman's Heart is Wrapped Up in Her CLOAK Ami sometimes it happens a man ufacturer's money is in tin same fix. This one's was. With a stock on hand and pressed for money the story alwaj 9 has the same end lugthe Cloaks are oar's, Not one of them over thirtj days old, the wry newest styles for Bpriug, and the saving will enable von to get lots of other things for Outer. Capes for $3.75. Capes for 5.00. Capes for 7.50. Capes for 9.00. Capes for 10.00. Stylish Jackets for $4 50. Stylish Jackets for 5.00. Stylish Jackets for 6.00. Stylish Jackets for 7.50. Stylish Jackets for 8.50. Stylish Jackets for 10.00. TIE NEWS Of NEARBY TOW S WOMEN'S Silk Waists We are showing a superb line of these very popular garments, all made in tho very latest approved styles. White Goods Onr Spring Stock of Novelty White Goods in all the popular and desirable kinds is now ready for inspectioa As this promises to bo a season of great popularity for these beautiful, snowy materials, we huve prepared a greater assortment than ever before. Notions Saving prices for you in this popular department. An Acrn of Public ( .in "I do not believe that any other city in the world can show such a cluster of pub lic buildings,'' remarked nn old traveler, referring to the region west of Third ave nue rtt Sirfy-wvpnth srrwt. "I risked n policeman at the corner how many public huildincs there were on his bent and the one adjoining, and heru is the list ho gave me: Normal College City of New York, Seventh regiment armory, Hahnemann hospital, Mount Sinai hospital. German hospital, Presbyterian hospital, New York Foundling hospital. Home For the Aged, under direction of the Little Sisters of the Poor: Baptist, Home For the Aged, Chnpin Home For the Aged and Infirm, Presby terian Home For Aged Women, Domin ican Convent home, Institution For the Improved Instruction of Deaf Mutes, Union Theological seminary nod Gram mar school No. 70. That makes a total of 15 in all, and the policeman snid bo thought perhaps ho had forgotten the names of two or throe, others. "I learned that in thiR small arenof the city's territory 5,000 persons aununlly re ceived instruction of some sort, while at the hospitals, outdoor pattOntl Included, nearly 75,000 people received medical aid. The aged and unfortunate cared for are numerous, and the foundling hospital has on hand nearly alwnys from 1 ,600 to 2,000 Infants. Truly wonderful section of won derful New York." New York Herald. Out nf town correspondents of Tub Tais DMI should ila tholr MUMS In full to SSM uwa letter, not for publication Bttt to guard gainst deception.! CARBONOALE chips. News and Gossip la KsUtion to Entsr prising Pioneer Cillisn. Special to the Scranton Tribun. Carbondale, Pa., March 15. This morning occurred the funeral of Gruor iciana, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Gardner, of Yarriugton hill. The remains were taken to Dunnings for Interment. Miss Kosa Strickland, who has been elested organist at the Methodist cburoh, will commanca her new duties on Sunday nest. Miss Cora Eitabrook, who is a stu -dent at the state norm J school at Mi! lersvillc, will come home tomorrow to visit her mother tor u short time. Dr. Burnett, of Scranton, was in the city today to assist in au opsration on a young man, a resident of the West Side. Court Lily lodge of the Ancient Or der of Foresters, of this city, will at tend the Methodist church iu a body Sunday evening. They will be ad dressed by one of their members, John Dennis. Miss Mae Hallock called on friends iu WiikesBnrre yesterday and accom panied her mother home to this city, the latter having been the guest of relatives there for several days. Charles dimming, of Scranton, Is visitiug relatives in this city. Tomorrow (Friday) evening the pri mary department of the Presbyterian Sunday school will give an entertain ment in the lecture room. Yesterday William Temple, tbs Bel mont street liveryman, and Mis Mary M minion, of Canaan street, departed to York state, where they were united in marriage. They returned to this city today, and have takeu np their resi dence of Copeland avenue. Today W. J. Byrne sold his interest in the opera "Buffet" to his brother, D. P. Byrne. The Delaware and Hudson company psid their mine department employes in this city today. Tne amount being paid by the company this month is the smallest that has been p.u 1 In many months, owing to the dullness of the coal trade. An infant child of Mr. and Mrs Nicholas B. Robinson, of 146 Pike street, died last night of scarlet fover. W. B. Dnggan, of Scranton, was a caller to this city this afternoon. George Schoouover, of Cemetry street, met with an accident yesterday morning while coupling cars at Forest City, which cost him a band. The member was amputated just above the wrist. Hnndrick Manufacturing company's and Van Bergan & Go's employes were paiil today. Edwin Wademan, familiarly known in this city for many years as the "Colonel," died yesterday In Pieckville at the ag of 83 years. Funeral ser vices will be held on Friday afternoon at 'I o'clock in the Finch Hill chureh in Greenfield, and interment will be made in the Wademan burial ground in Greenfield. Captain B. E. Morris, formerly of the Crwket, of Ssranton, has severed his connection with that journal and accepted a position on the Herald, in this city. Captain Morris will have charge of the advertising department. Mrs. James Irland and little daugh ter, Helen, of Danville, returned I. ohm todav after enjoying a visit in this city as guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Vunnan, of Dundaff street. Ill pnvslciAN siid I could not live, my liver out of order, frequently vomited greenish mucous, skin yellow, small dry humors on face, stomach would not re tain food. Bnrdock blood Bitters cured ino. Mrs. Adelaide O'Brien, : exchange St., Buffalo, N. Y. PLEASANT SURPRISE PARTY. It I Tendered to Rev Mr. and Mr Fielding-, at Dalton. ftpecial to the tcranton Tribune. Dalton. Pa, March 15 A very plearant surprise party wm held at the residence of the tUv. Jsmes Fielding Wednesday evening. Tiin guests were the Sunday school class of the pastor's wife and comprised the following: Thomas G. Hall.L-'on Colvin, George Hall, trunk Baker and Harry Metzger, and the Miasms Minnie B, Wademan, Ruth Ball, Libbie Wademan, Anna Metzger and Laura Woodward. HONESDALE HAPPENINGS. Events of Interest Brightly Chronicled for XffapU Citv Readers. Special to the .Scranton 'iWotine. Hosksdai.e. March 15 Juitiee of the Peace Peter S. Barnes failed to be re-elected by just seven votes at tho recent election, his successful competi tor being William U. lUiu, or the tier aid staff. It ia now rumored that he lias gotten out his petition to contest Mr. Ham's election, but it has not as yet been presented to the court. At a meeting of the board of direc tors of the Houeadale National bank held today, the vacancy in the office or S resident, oaused by the death of Hon. ohn Torrey, was filled by electing Vice President Henry L Russell to that po sition and Audrew Thompson was elec ted vice president. The Ancient Order of Hibernians of this place will celebrate St. Patrick's day at UawUy, leaving here by special train at 10 30 n m. and returning at 11 p. m. The rate of tare will be 2 cents a mile. The Hawley brauch expect a large crowd on that day. Among tho names of the sixty grad uates of the New Y'ork College of Dentistry who received their diplomas on Tutsilay evening appeared that of William U. Powell, of this place. The boatiug of cement commenced on the lower end of the cunal today. The freighting of uoal will commence shortly after April 1. About 500 boats will be engaged iu the coal business this year. Tno company now have a large force of men engaged in cleaning the canal, the refuse from the basin, which is mostly coal dirt, will be used to finish up the tilling in the old lateral basin. An architect of Virginia, but form erly from this county, has rented the rear suite of rooms in the second door of the new Rial building, and expects to looate tbere soon. The pulpit of Grace Eoiscopal church was occupied last evening by the Rev. H E. Jones, of Wilkes-Barre. ''The Dazzler" dazzled a large crowd at the Opera house last evening. PRICEBURG POINTERS. in AU th N.wn of a Day Penoilltd Sprightly Paragraphs. Cpecial to the Scranton Tribune. PnicEBUita, Pa., March 15 Tommy, the 11-year-old son of Miehael Kelly of Lincoln street, was injured on Tues day night in attempting to jump off a moving car. He was taken to his home, where his injuries were attended to, which happily are not serious. Miss Mime Logan has nearly re covered from her recent illness. Storrs' pay, though a small one this month, was the occasion of muou drunkenness in town, obiefly among the Huns. Tne police were called out several times during the night to quell incipient riots among them John h Mnith, of Scranton, was the guest of Mr Apler Tuesday. Jermvn v Son contemplate sinking s shaft on their land near the company farm. The coal will be takeu to the slope breaker. Arrangements are being made for t bicycle race between John Davis, blacksmith nt Storr a mine, and Mich ael J. Foy, driver boss at the same mine. Botti are excellent whoalunn and great Interest is takeu in the race, which will tuke place soon. A platform gave way in Richmond s shaft on Wednesday night aud brought down four men along with it. Tbev fell about sixteen feet, but luokilv no one was injured. The accident was unforeseen. Homemade RaskeU. There is a way to maku good baskets nt homo and pretty and cheap, too, out of curu husks -thick outer nimbi for strong basket, and for lighter and liner ones the white inner parte. These must be wrapped for au hour or so iu a damp towel, and then cut into strips of eoual width. Make an ordinary braid with six or more strips, which may be. doubled, or even trebled, for greater strength. Thread a needle with heavy waxed linen thread, and having dampened the braid form it into an ovul dve or six inches long uud three wide, for the bottom of tho bas ket, and sew the adjoiuing udes of the braiil together, ;w in a straw hat, butdon't overlap thorn. Go on coiling nndstitchiMg for the aides of the basket, widening the opening until the basket ia deep enough. The bundles axe made of a heavy, three strauded braid, which is wivwl all around the top of thu lainkct, just inside, aud looped at thu middle of each side. For ornament wind the handles with gny colored riblon or braid, put a box plaiting of the same around the top and work a bunch of Mowers on one side in bright worsteds, witli long stitches. The opposite side may have u letter or u name. Detroit Free Press. Used to Hide Asleep. Dr. Pritchard. a British physician of national reputation, hud a patient who was very fond of horseback exercise. This man would rise nt night, find 1i!h way to the stable, saddle and bridle his horse, en joy a long gnllop and finally return home and arouse the whole fmnily while prowl lug around iu a sonioartibulistic sleep. Dr. Pritchnrd further says Unit this man could only bu aroused by having the soles of Ins feet tickled. JERMVN JOTTINGS. Intsrsetlna- N-w . Itsm and Paragraphs of Psrsonal Mention. Special to the Scranton Tribune. Jkkmyn, Pa., March 15. The team which was to come to confer the de- ure in Rnshbrook lodge last evening failed to materialize, consequently the work was done by the horn team. Miss Lizzie Roobo is confined to the house with tousililis. Mr. and Mrs William J. Giles re turned from Binghamton last evening ,ind are now receiving the congratula tions of their friends Charles E Ellis, who hss baen suffer ing from nu injury touiseye, consulted an occulist who found and removed small piece of steel. The injured mem ber is now doing nicely. W. J. Baker, who at one time had charge of The Tkidunr Interests here, and who ha been studying dentistry in Baltimore, is doing some good work lisre dunag his vacation. F. I leek man. of Scranton, A. Bryden, of Pittaton, and A. Prebt, of New York, were Jermyn Visitors yesterday. Harry Bovard, who has finished tho business course iu Kingston, is expected home todav. The Hillside Coal and Iron company will pay their employes today. Miss Eliza Osborne lost her pocket book containing a small sum of money and papers of no value except to the owner. The Buder will confer a favor by returning It to the owner. Subscribe for Tub Tribune and get all tbe news. The nu mbers of the Catholic Mutual Benevolent association are making ar raugements for the entertainment and ARCHIE OYMOND BURIED, Improsslv Funeral Services Held Ovir Rsmains of Explosion Victim. Special to the Scranton Tribune. Moosic, Pa., March 15. The funeral Archie Dyuiond, the young man who died from the injuries he received lu the explosion of tne barrel mill ou Sat day morning, March 3, was held at the residence of L. C. Berlew, on River street. Brief ssrvicts were held at the house, after which tbe remulns were taken to his home in Lockville, Lu zerne county. Services were held at the Dymond Hollow church, after which the rem tins were interred in the family gravevard. The Young Peo pies Society of Christian bndeavor of the Presbyterian church attended. i ne n irai designs were many. Ainoug them were "Tne 11 ites Ajar, given by tbe Christian Endeator; a basket of roses, by Mr. and Mrs. Ira Broadhead, of Mill City; a casket boquet, by Mrs W. S. Hatchings, a wreath, hy Mil Carrie Seberhlue: a casket ooquet, by Mr. and Mr,. George Pearl and alBn one by Mis Mary Mu- Crindle, of Avon. Tho pall bearers were Homer Warren, James Brown, Alonzo Ellis, Bert Lewis, Willie Will iams and John Sutcllff. MINOR MOOSIC MIRRORINGS. HOW HE BECAME A STORY WRITER, lllehard Malcolm Johnston Tnlks of His Cueer uud Karl; KflorU. Richard Malcolm Johnston's sketches of rural life in Georgia have beeu among tbe moat delightful contributions to current magujur literature. Col. Johnston for ho bears that title is tall and elderly, his hair and mustache being white, but his eye ia clear, his manner gracious, and he is the most ontertaiuiug talker, his speech having a rich southern tlavor. He was with James Whitooiiib Itiley when the re porter came upon him at the Deuisou House, and that gentleman kindly gave his ussistunce to draw the colonel out. 'Story writing," said the colonel, "is the last thiug for me in literature, and I came to it iu a way ultogetlier accidental. I hod published two or three volumes on hnglnb literature, and iu conjunction with a friondhad written tho life of Alexander Stephens and also a book on American aud Luropoan literature, but hod no idea of story writing for money. Two or three stories of mine found their way into papers before I left Georgia." 'When was 'Abraham Uillingslea' writ ten?'' iuiiuired Mr. Riley. Oh, that is recent only three years ago. 1 went to Baltimore in lbtiT. I had bum a professor of English literature iu Georgia, but during the wax I took u school of forty boys to Baltimore. There was at Balti more in ISO a periodical called The South ern Magazine. The first nine of my 'Duke- borough Tales' were contributed to that magazine. These loll into the hands of the editor of Harper's, who asked mo what I got for thorn. I said, 'Not a cent, autt he wanted to know why I bad not sent them to him. 'Neelus Peeler's Conditions' was the llrst story for which I got pay. It was published In The Coutury over the si gout ii, of 'Philemon Perch.' 'Dr Holland told Mr. Gilder to tell that in. in to write under his own name, adding that he himself had made u mistake iu writing under u pseudonym. Sidney Lanier urgod me to write, aud sunl that it 1 would do so he would get tho matter in priut for uio. So he took 'Neelus Peelers Condi tions,' and it brought mo $b0. 1 think he was more greatly rejoiced over the money than I was, and I'm not a niuuto turn my buck ou toO. 1 was at first really surprised that my stories were considered of any value, either in a literary or pecuniary way. 1 am u little surprised yet. I with drew from teaching about six years ago, aud since t hat time have devoted myself to authorship, "I have never put a word in my books," continued Col. Johnston, "that 1 have not hoard tho people use, and very few that 1 have not used myself. Poweltou, Ga., is Wr Dukouorough. I was born fourteen miles from there, aud the road lending down to that place was a rough one. The first of the 'Dukeboruugh Tales' was the '(joosetown School.' Of tbe female char acters that I have crcat!d, Miss Doolana Lines is my favorite, while Mr. Bill Will iams is my favorite among the male char acters. I started Doolana to make her mean aud stingy like her father, but I hadn't written u page before she wrenched herself out of my hands. She said to me '1 am a woman, and you shall not make me mean,' and then she just made herself, and she was like her mother. "These stories are all of Georgia as it was before the war. Iu thu hill country the institution of slavery was very differ out from what It was in the rice region er near the coast. Do you know the Georgia negro bus live times the sense of the Seuth Carolina negrof Why? Bocause he has always been near his master; their rela tions axe closer. My father's negroes loved him aud he loved them, and if a negro child died upon the place my mother wept for it. "Some time ago I went to the old place, and un old negro came eight miles walked all the way to seo me. He got to the house before 5 o'clock iu the morning, and opened the shutters while I was asleep. With a cry he rushed into the room, 'Oh, Massa Dick!' We cried in each other's arms. We had been boys together. Ono of my slaves is now a bishop Bishop Lu cius Ilolsey. He is one of the most eloquent men in Georgia and lives in Augusta." ludiauapolis News. Minn Antic Hosengrant Ulster, Penn. Scrofula The Worst Case the Doc tors Ever Saw Hood's Sarsaparilla Perfectly Cured 0. i. Hood ft Co., Lowell, Mass. i "Ileal Sirs: I wish to testify to the great value of Hood's Sarjanai (Hit. For some time I h.ni been troubled with scrofula, which early lust wintei assumed a very bad fntiu. Sores Appeared on My Face and hands and gradually increased in number until they leached to ttl) shoulder. The doctors said it was the worst case of scrofula they ever saw and also went so far as to say it was In curable. I tried ointments and other remedies but to no avail. A friend recommended Hood's Hood'sCures Sarsaparllla. and although 1 as completely dis couraged, m a last chance I resulted to Live It a trial. Alter UKlng. in,-bottle 1 noticed the sores had commenced to heal. Aflei the sixth bottle They Were All Healed. I continued to take it. however, until i had used nine bottles, and now 1 am perfectly well." Miss KATIE Kosi.nuka.vi, L ister, Penn. Personal Point., Abmt Well Known Raaidents of the Villa?. Special to the Scranton Tribune. Moosiu, Pa., March 15 The infant duughter of Mr. aud Mrs. Horace French, of Mam street, is dangerously HI. Miss Elith Smith, of Main street, has returned after p 'tiding the past few days in Peckville. Mrs, Simon Bouse, Mrs S J. Hinds, Mrs. John LaBsr and Mrs. George Tregallis attended the mid-year Wo men's Christian Temperance Union convention held in Scranton Thursday aud Friday. Mrs. Anna Richmond, of Daleville, was in town Thursday. others, when nursing babies, need a nourishmenl that will glvo them strength and make their milk rich. Scott's Emulsion the Cream or Cod-liver Oil, nourishes mothers and makes babies fat and healthy. Gives strength to growing children. Physicians, the world over, en dorse It. Don't be deceived by Substitutes! Praparad by Saott A Downs, N Y. All Druggitt. Surprised Celestial. The usually calm, expressionless China men who run an up town dirt eradicating and linen polishing establishment were startled into manifesting great surpriso by a customer who took a notion to test the genuineness of their apparent immo bility. After chatting for several minutes and while all three of tbe Celestials in thu place had their eyes turned upon him ho suddenly gave a pull at his upper row of false teeth and held them up before the for once wide opened eyes of the Mongolians, who instinctively dropped their occupa tious in their complete astonishment. After the lapse of a moment one (rnve a yanknt his natural teeth and was followed by the other two iu similar endeavor to pull out tlivir incisors, w ith no result save consternation. It look the white patron of tho sallow laundrymcn some little time to recover from his laughter nnd longer still to explain that "Melican" men had teeth made to order that jonld bn inserted nnd removed at will. l uiludelphia Call. For Colds, Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis aud Sore Throat, use Dr. Thomas' Eclec trie Oil. aud get thegonuine. Hood's Pills au- pmiupt and efficient, yet easy hi action. Sold by all druggists. &c. LONG STRING of diseases and de- ranueiuontshave their origin in torpor of the liver. Deranged ap petite, constipation tieaduche, sour stom ach, gassy lielchings, indiitbstion, or dys pepsia, m e due to sluggish liver. Mr. J. .ii n A. DsV Berry, U. 8. Inspect or of Immigration at Buolo. IV. F writes a followa: " Frotn early childhood I suffered from a slug--gisti liver. Doctors' prescriptions and nsteot medicines afforded only temporary relief. I tried Dr. Pleroe'B Pleasant Pellets, taking three at night nnd two alter dinner every day for two weeks and then one " Pollct " every day for two mouths. 1 have in six months In orensed In solid flesh, twenty-sli pounds. I am In better health than I have been since childhood. Drowsiness snd unpleasant feel lugs after meals have completely disappeared. Kcspectfully yours, rj.s. Inspector of Immigration. MOOSIC POWDER CO. iMfll 1 and 2 Commonwealth bg, SCBANTON, PA. MINING anTiLASTING POWDER Made at the MOOSIC nnd KUSH DALE WORKS. Lsfilin & Rand Powder Co 'a ORANGE GUN POWDER Electric Batteries, Fuse for explol ing blasts, Safety Fuse and RcpaunoC nemical Co. 'a High Explosivei Dr. ED. Grewer The Philadelphia SDeclallst. And hla associated , tall of English snd Ger man rliylclaiis,:ire now permanently located Temple Court Building fl 1 1 SIMUTCE ST.. SCRANTON Where they may be consulted DAILY AND al'MiAY, The Doctor la a graduats ot tho University of Pennsylvania, formerly demonstrator of pliyslologr and eurgorv at the Medlco-Chlr-nrgloal College, of Philadelphia. He la also an honorary memlier of the Medlco Chlrur gleal Association, and was physician and Uriteon-in-Chinf nf thu mnaK n.,t.M1 Imuriran and Oermsn hospitals, comes highly indorsed H '"iiuiu proieasors or rnuadelpnla and New York. His many years of hosDital experience en ables this eminent physician and surgeon to correctly diagnose and treat all deformities snd diseases with tho most flattering s uccess, snd his high standing in the state will not all w him to accept anv Incurable case LOSI' MAMIOOI) HI - I m: I I WFAK.VKSM OF YOUMI MEN CURED. If you have oeen given up oy your physi cian call upon the doctor and be examined. Be cures toe worst caaesof Nervous Debility, Scrofula, Old Bores ( atnrrh. Piles, Female Weakness, Affections of tho Bar, Eye, Nose and Throat, Asthma. Deafness, Tumor. Can cers and Cripples of evory desorlptlon. Con nltatlon In English and German Free, which hall be considered sacred and Btriotly conU dential. iioe Hours: 0 A.M. tu 0 1'. At. Daily. Funilit) . U it. m. to -' p.m. 1 1 m TRADERS National Bank of Serautou CltOANIZED 1S90, HOW TO MAKE MONEY tfierenre liuiRlieus ot youug men and young women iu thLl country vo have splendid ability, but tbey have uever beeu i . ' wakened Wood's College of Business' and Shorthand Has been an iuspiialiou to hundreds of young people. If yoa are tired of inactivity and waut to do something tangibla, come to the College. COMMON ENUL1SH C'OUUSli 1SUSINEBS COUKSE. SHOKTHAND COURSE. p g proprietor NEW YEAH OPENS JANUARY 1. KERR SIEBECKER SPtCIAL DRIVES IN in Carpet 50 pieces Moquette, $1.35 per yard, 100 pieces Velvet, $1. 15 per yard, -100 pieces Tapestry Brussels, 65c, 50 pieces Ingrain, 65c, Now - Now $L00 - Now 90c. - Now 40c. 50c. Also a large line of Cotton and Wool and Cotton grains at 25c, 35c and 40c In- best bar All new Other grades reduced proportionately. The gains ever offered by any firm. No old stock. spring patterns. v . Straw Mattings Fresh stock (150 rolls) from $4.00 per roll (40 yards) up to $20.00. 400 AND 408 LACKAWANNA AYE. DcJi IV fill 'Ml las IE' The most complete medium-priced FOLDING BED in the market. Hull Co. 205 AND 207 TOM HG AVE. CAPITAL $250,000, SURPLUS $25,000. BAUTJELi HINF.S.rPresMont W. W. WATSON, Vice Prosidont. A. B. WILLIAMS, Uatiler. ritirrTon.. SAMrlSL IIIXKR, JAMES M' EvP.RHART, Irving a. Finch. Pikrcb a Finijit, JoSEfU J. Jkamyn, m H. Kkmkheh., Ciiab, p. Matthews, John T. Pokier. W. W. Watbon. PROMPT, ENtRGETIC, CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL This bank Invitos ttio patronage ot men and arms neutrally. tuuiness Third National Bank of Scranton. Statement Feb. M . 1HU I. celled for bj tne louivtrollvi' or thai Currency. KKSOUKCEii. Lnnna I,!!10,340 00 overdrafts H..:n United Statea Uonds 80,000,00 Other Hiind. BIH.IWH llniilitnit lliiusn X8.074.46 Premium, on U. 8. Bonds.... M8 70 Due from 1 . S. Treusurer 7.000 OO Hue from iiituks 08.4tu 7S Ceh 140,640.34 Mo,aoo.ttj LIAIUMTIKS. Capital tOO, 000.00 Hurulua 1 .' m iumi on DndlTlded Fronts 0618VO6 ClrruUtlou 7H.000.00 Dividends Cniinld 1IH4AO Deposits.' 1.004,000 (14 Due to Banka UU.tldU.so Mi 008,000.60 WILLIAM CONNI I.IS Frosldent. i.l ii H. CATLIN, Vice-President. Mil 1 I ill II. FUCK, Cashier DIUF.CTOK& William Counuil, Ouorue II. Catlln, Alfred Hand. .Iiimes Arrhl.nld, Henry Hell.., Jr., William T. smith. I other atelier. depositor, every r hnltu.cea, bu.l- Thls bank nlTers to facility warranted by their ne. and responsibility. 8pcclal attention given to business ao- t uo.iL. Interest pillil ou time deposit. "No star was ever lost we once have seen, We always may be what we might have been," A HAPPY PATRON OF THE R1GHARDS LUMBER GO. Scranton, Pa. 22 and 23 Commonwealth Building. TRY US. 'The other man don the work. All I liRTe to do is to carry up the brick." All ycu have to do is to bring in the money iind very little at that) and we do the real. This week we oiler the Greatest ParlorS nit Ever Offered for the A five-piece over stuffed Turkish rrame suit. nphoUterrii in American Dama.k, Trimmed in Bilk Plush and extra heavy Fringe, aofi top and spring edge, con sisting of The Same Way at the Economy w TOSr uo the rest. 1 his week we offer the 6aJ&A4 irrice. "'liiefflR TETE, ARM CHAIR, FANCY CORNER CHAIR, SIDE WALL CHAIRS. The above Is a combination of rioh colors.