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THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING. MARCH 20. 1894.
FIRST VIEW 01
For several years
our Millinery Open
ings have been the
event of the season.
You are invited to
visit the store, com
pare and judge
THE EWS OF
Examine the Trimmed
Hats and Bonnets.
Examine the Untrimnirl
Eats and Fonnets.
Examine the reat shov
of Artificial Flowers.
Examine the vast collec
tion of Trimmings.
MOOSIC A0 TH.EaBOUIS.
of t'jn Div Epitom z-.d
Hurried E J nj.
Special to tlm SSranton Trtbunt,
Mooeic, P., Jlnrc'i 19. LtBt San
day morning abont forty membtriof
the Women's Christian Tsmpsranw
anion and temtisrancs workers met at
the boms of Mrs. William Westcott
and iitt-nileil In a inlv service at tbo
Brick Methodist Bpiicopal chnrch. Tiie
pastor. !tv. J. L. Kace, preached a
v?ry eloqtwnt :rinoii on teiuperauce In
all its branches, especially on strong
drink and social purity.
A concert will u-3 uiven in th Rrirk
church Wed m s lav ovninur, Marc!) 21
by borne talant, Ths oiijec; ii t. raisa
money to apply on tii preacher's sal
arv. Easter Sunday will be observed in
the Methodist clinrcli in the morning
and in the Presbyterian chnrch in tho
afternoon ; good programmes being
prepared at Doth churches,
Mr. Stanton, of Chenango Forks, N,
Y., return? to his homo today after
spending the pott two weeks with his
son, D.Witt, and daughter, Mrs F. C
Wildrick. The latter will return home
Robert Bennla and Alex McK-'nzie
wero at Luzjrna's county seat last Fri
day. Mrs. Walters, of Moscow, visited at
Peter Hamlin's over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Frost nr go
ing to begin housekeeping in L. II.
Mra. D. II. Warner is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Robert White, of Dun
Frank MottallaT rstnrnod horn" Fri
day niirht from Strondsbnrj:, where he
had been attending his mother's fuus
ral. PF6RD IN HfllVI LINTON.
A r-7-.wsy Handle of liana from a Huit
BpteUd to th Scraalon 7W6wts,
HaMLIMTON, Pa, March 10, Mill
Jsunie Simons conducted the Bpwortb
league on Sunday evening Toe pro
yrnmino consisted of singing, Testa
tions and select raadiusa by mem'iers
of tho leagn". H. K Nyos will have
charge of the meeting next Sund iy
E B. Williams, of Forest f'ity, ac
conipanied by a frind, spent Sunday
with his parents at this plaoe
Miss Clara Blgelow, of the East Side,
spent Saturday ami Sunday witn
triandi at Bcranton and Psckvlllt,
Miss Nettie Williams has r tnrn,,d
to her sist-r's, Mrs C. M Loring,a(tar
an extended visit with friends at
Arlington and vicinity.
H. V, Nicholson Hiid daughter, Li
Anna, of Li Anna, Pike county, were
in town Sunday.
Miss Francis Foots has ratnrnad to
her home, west of town, aft-r an ab
sence of several W"us spent in Carbon -data.
Simons Sc Son nra at present engaged
In staking out a telephone line con
necting their store with the lOrie and
Wyoming Valley Railroad depot and
Motel Columbia at (jk Ariel.
Statu) by H. B. Cochran, drngRial Lan
caster, Pa have gnarantaiad over 800 bot
tles of Burdock Blood Hitters for dyspep
mi, Hour itomaon, biliou.H attacks, liver
anil kidoay trouble.
Tliow who have DSSd Dr. King's New
ihscovery know its value, nml those who
have not, have now the opportunity to try
It Free, ( all on the advertised Druugist
and get a Trial Bottle, Free. Feud your
imnie, and address to H. Bi BuoU0B & o.
Chicago, and get a lampll box of Dr.
Iiiitf' New lan Pills, Free, as well as a
.upy of Guide to Health and HoUHBOld
Instructor, l'rcn. All of which is guarati
teed to do you good and cost you nothing.
WaUbews bros. Drugstore.
Outof town eorresnonHsnts onus this
DMBahouldabin their aantta in full lo eaeh
newa latter not for puutic.itlju uut to guard
iiiu nit deosption.
ARCHBALD AND VICINITY.
All the Nwj of the Day Intelllntly
facial to taa flwwifoa Tribune;
AltCHBALD, March 111 John J. Uil
gallod, ol Soranton, spent Sunday at
ids former home heve.
Father Ward, of Dunkirk N. Y., an
eloquent member of the Passlooist or
der, will preach a sermon on the pas
siou in St. Thomas' ohnroh on Friday
evening. He will also p.-aacu at the
last mm on Easter Sunday.
Mrs. Patrick Kearney, of Laurel
street, who b is been ill for several
weeks, is slowly but steadily Improv
ing. The Knights of Father Matthew are
m iking preparations for the holding of
a grand musical and literary entertain
ment sometime next month.
M. F. Oilhool has gone to Jams
towu, N. Y., to assume his new posi
tion, n-aistant luparintau lent ot the
Jkiii'sIowu district of the Metronoll
tan Insurance company, of New York
Mi. Qilbool'i many friendi here hope
that lUOOeai will attend him in his
new obarg '.
All the Archbdd applicants me-c-e
led in getting license tor the con
duct of thalr buiinasi daring the com
ing year. In all, twenty-three licenses
have been granted It does not nsoes
sarily follow, however, that all these
will take out licenses, for in pravioni
yean many of those Who were granted
permission did not avail thamialvea
Michael Qawnly, the boy who WAS
injured by falling of a mine car a few
w, eks ago, is rapidly recovering.
St. Patrick's Day was very quietly
observed here. Tli-re was no work in
any of the mines hereabouts, and many
took advantage of the cheap excursion
rates ami went to Wilkes lJarre to see
the parade, At St. Thomas' church
man was celebrated, inl Rev. Dr. L;i-
caiueiivereu apinegync on ine we
and work of Ireland! patron saint.
The Eist Side our lerennda bands each
obierved tho day by giving open air
concerts much to the pleasnre of the
Inrge crowd that listened to their ou
M-rchaut Peter Krift.of South Main
street, was in Scrauton yesterday.
The new board of health will met
for organization on Wadneaday even
ing at 8 o'clock. It is hi pel that every
number will bo presmt.
JE.WdYM AN3 THEREABOUTS.
EpitcmiZid N"ws of the Day for Wid'
nwnki P. .adre.
Special t fie Scraafoa ZVttftuaai
JEI1MTN, Pa., March 111 The Ceme
tery association at the last uieatinit do
olded to erect a building which can be
ud during itormv weather aiaahel
ter. also to lay pipss and ruu water
through the grounda.
Rev. W. J. Morris, of Hamilton, oc
cupied tho pulpit of the First Baptist
chnrch Sunday. After April 1 ho will
become the pastor of this looioty.
The new porch recently erected by
Thomas Bray has very much improved
his pretty home and is greatly admired.
J C. Turner is spoken of as a candi
date for assembly on the Republican
ticket in the Fourth Legislative dis
trict. William Walker is also man
tioDed for the same honor on the Dem
Professor E. D BoVird attended the
local Institute at Clarit's Green Sttur
dav. The professor is a worker and is
continually looking cut for something
to improve the Jenuyn schools.
A large number ot Old Fellows from
Rushbrook lodge, paid a visit to Oly
phant lodge last evening.
The lodge of Foresters will attend
service in the Methodist church ueX'
Miss bin Sherman, of Wavvrly, was
the guest of Mrs. 0. W. Coon Sunday.
(ieorge BJmondt, sr., who has been
failing in health for some time, suf
fered a shock of paralysis Sunday, and
now lies unconscious at bis home on
i .nth Second street Mr. Edmonds is
one of the oldest residents here.
( hatles C. Taylor, of TompkiniVille,
was a Jerniyn caller yester lay.
Mrs. Thomas Walkey is the guest of
Mra J C. E .acock, of Dunmore.
Rdph W. Rymer, of Wyoming sem
inary, is home for his Easter vacation.
Mrs Anthony Carter, of Second
street, is ill.
Fatal neglect is a little short of suicide.
Tho consequences of a neglected cold are
too well Knowu tO need repeating. Dr.
U'i i .1 1 Norway Pine Syrup cures a cough
promptly. Bold by all dealers on a guar
antee of satisfaction.
NCRttOPttn AT M INOOKA.
badly lacerating that member. A war
rant was issued immediately for the
arrest of the other two Huns, who
were arraigned before Justice O'Hara
and held in ifSOO for their appearance
FOREST Cltf NOTES.
Matter! of General Interest Carefully
Gleaned and Cenileneed.
Special to thr Si-rnnton Tribuaa.
Forest City, Pa.. March 19,Tbs
great dramatic cantatata, ''Rebecca,"
was rendered Saturday evening in the
opera house before a large and appre
ciative audience. All of those having
solo partB and the members ot the
chorus did especially good work. To
John Luther Morgan, the conductor, a
large ami uut of credit must be given
Mrs. II. F. Aldricb, the pianist,
showed that she was an accomplishe I
musician, W. Bryden, sr.. was chair
man, and Jonuthau Davis, stage man
ager. The Welsh ( 'ontrregational church
will realise a handsome sum of money.
The next cantata will be e,iven for
the Enterprise llote company.
Miss Annie Divis and Miss (lertrule
Divis, of North Dromley avenue,
Bcranton, attended the ca itata "Re
hecca," and spent Sunday in this place
as the euests of Miss Ada Jennings, on
Delaware str-et. They returned to
their home today, b ing highly pleased
with our town
Land Agent MoCormac was in town
.Miss Maine Budd has been quite ill
the past two weeks with au attack of
Rev. L. P. Lippeni spent tod iy in
the city of Bcranton.
F. J. Osgood started today for a
short sojourn with friends In Windsor,
The collerlei will resume Vork to
morrow. The Bpworth Iigne intends to hold
an enjoyable Hilton tomorrow even
ing. Among the literary exercises will
be nn essay, "Hurry and Worry." by
S ttnuel J. Jennings.
(jkorgeS. Dunn, the prpnlar O itario
and Western station agent at Jerinyn,
was among those of the outof town
visitors at til cantata Bat Ut day evening.
Brief and Brxz PaiaRraphs Blowa
Down Through the Niitch.
Clank's Simmit, Pa.. Mareh 19 A
teachers' institute was held in No. 1
school building, the 17th nit, which
was largely attended by teachers, pu
pils and eltigans, Prof. Davis, of Arch
bsld, gave a very interesting talk on
geography, illustrated by his own
trowels. Misses Colaiu and Ball, of
Dalton, rendered a duett, accompanied
with jjuitars Miss BlISU Mnlauix re
cited a beautiful piece.
Evengelist Moore failed to put in ap
pearance, as previously announced, on
account of sickness, but will preach
next Saturday evening in Summit M.
church, if his health will permit.
The Ladies' Aid society will meet at
Mrs. Justin's, next Wrduasday after
noi n. All are invited.
Tim unusually warm weather hai
very mnch Increased the bnil ling. In
terests. Contractor Schoonover has
nine dwelling coursj of construction
and contracted for.
Andrew rUjirer has sold his furm ad
joint nK HHWde home to Mr. Dunlap
for $100 pvr acre and will settle at the
Mrs 7,.b V oshnrg has so much im
proved as to he able to bo moved to her
daughter, Mra Letts.
Mrs. Bordan Labar is very sick with
Mrs David Kern is visiting her sister
in New York state.
The barber will move today into
Martin ( trifling's new house.
Frank Mayer has his large residence
nearly completed and will mive in
soon. He has the finest view of the
muintains in tho neighborhood.
DOINGS AT DURYEA.
Burning of O .-.. & McMurtie's Found
ry Othor Item.
Special to the SmiafoM IWeua.
DlTRYBA, Pa., March 111. Mrs. J J.
S.mpson has return. l boma from a
viiit with ner parents at Arobbald.
Charles Alien and wife have re
turned from their trip to tho uiutropo
Mr. Herman, of West Plttston, has
purchased a lot off F. B. Dills on Main
street, and expects to erect a shoo
store in the near future,
Firei are getting iiumTOUS here.
Late Saturday evening the foundry oc
cupied by im'.wall & MoMurtrie, near
th- William A cilhrry, was burned to
the cronnd, tho entire contents being
destroyed. Qotwall & UcMurtrle's
loss is said to reach over i J, 00 J, on
which they carried no insurance. The
building belonged to Steven Miller, of
Wilkes-Darre. and carried a slight in
surance. This makes the third within
a little over a week, all of which are
thought to be of incendiary origin.
Personal and Other Notea I rightly
Current Tcp'ci of I -it-rest Briettr
cord"d and Discussed.
Sjrrial to the Scfasfea Tribune.
Minooka, Pa., March 19. Marty
MoDgan and Pat L itfy returned yester
day from Ashley, wh"re they wore
pending a few days with friends at
Mr. and Mrs. Thnrlow Colbaugh, of
Greenwood, spent Bitordnv and Sun
day at tho home of D. C. Evans, of
Mr. and Mrs M. .1. Murphy, of S.-ran-ton.
called on Minooka friends Sunday.
N. II. Brooks, lecturer of Wonder
land theater, Wal a culler in town Sun
ley. Jamas Callahan, of Usyflsld, is visii-
inur relatives in this place.
John Bheginskle and two other
Polish residents of Greenwood, while
out in the wools Sunday cdebrating
the Sabbath with guns anil revolvers,
mine near losing their lives. Pete
Wuloskle, another of the party, was iii
the act of firing et a piece of piper
which was pinned to a tree, when Bue
ginskle grasped the weapon to shoot
with it. in 0 itching hold of it he
turned it downward as it. discharged,
and the ball, which was of a 40 calibre
type, entered big thigh a little above
the knee, tearing away th flesh ami
department now possesses apparatus
amounting to $i.443.5U Thirty-five
fire plugs are located within the bor
ough limiti. sixteen of which belong to
the borough and nineteen to private
parties mid corporations.
I he losi by tire last year amounted 10
139,800.75; insnrauce paid on same,
Illi.tl'.'O 75; amonnt of loss over insur
ance, p,m oo
The membership of the department
is as follows: Independent eompany,
No. 1, '.'8 members; Neptune, No. 1,
9 member; Electric, No. 4. :(.' mem
bers; John IS. Smith, No it. UO mem
bers, making a total of 100 volunteer
Of the total number of fires 8 were
ins-. I by incendiarism; number of
buildings destroyed was 13, while 17
Misses Magcria Murphy and Lizzie
Crouen spent Sunday with Hyde Park
Mr. J. S Knight, of Providenoe,
called on Mra T. J. O'Donnell on Sat
Dr. J. R. Murphy was called in con
sultation to Carbondale yesterday.
Miss Kite Dully returnol from New
Rev. A. P. Broderick, of Plains,
prenched the sermon at St. Mary'a
chnrch Sunday evening.
Miss Carrie Lyona, of Great Bend, is
visiting friends at this place.
It. J. Kirwtn and sister Kitty, of
Olyphaiit, pant a few days last week
with Miss Kate Clark, of Cheitnut
Rev. Dr. Pearce, of Elm Park
liurch, will lecture at the Methodist
Episcopal church on Friday evening
Hit suhiict will be "Here and There
on Horseback in the Holy Land." Ad
mission, for adults, 20 cents; children,
There will be a temperance lecture
lelivered at the O Id Fellows' hall on
Wednesday evening under the nuipices
of the Loyal legion. The lecturors will
be Tal lie Morgan and Mr Judd.
E. F. Altemus is about to "erect a
double frame dwelling on Brook street.
Briof News Notes Carefully Culled and
.cnrn'al to the Scranton Tribun.
PRIOBBCttO, Pa.. March 10 -The
opening exercises of No. 1 achool take
place on rnday evening and an elabor
ate programme has been arranged for
the occasion, the following persons
will take part:
Song, "America By the Scholars
address President of Hoard
Mears, i Ibira and Ketrick
.Mrs l.luyd, Miss Oner, and Professor
Lloyd and MeCawley.
Song and Chorus M. Walsh
Mentation Miss N. Grier
Address J. C. Taylor
Duet Mrs. U. B. Jones and M, Grier
Recitation, "Welcome'' Alice Evans
Mr. nml Mrs. U. 11. .Tons. M. G. Wal
king and Kd Smith.
Song By the School.
Mr. and Mri. Reese Maddox, Honk in
Maddox and Simon Hopkius, all of
Hyde Park, were the guesti of Mr.
mil Mrs Isaac Davison Sunday.
A valuahb- horse, the property of
Sauford McConnell, of Dicksou, died
the other day.
A laru-e dog owned by John Burke
of the Boulevard, bit Hugh Bittle in
the leg on Saturday, inflicting a serious
wound, lhe animal has been killed
terse Taylor topics.
Dally Budget cf Entertaining- Gossip
fiom a Live Reporter.
Simcial to the Scranton Tribune.
TAYLOR, Pa., March 19.- Susie Mor
ns, visited friouds in West 1'itUtou to-
''Old Maid" supper on Thursday
night. Prices nioderatoly low.
II. J. Daniels ami Anna Gordon
pissed Sunday at Wilkes-Barre.
hvnn Davis and wife spent Sunday
with their daughter at Avuca.
lhe directors of the Price library
are in session tonight. Among things
they will discuss are new rnloi.
Tomorrow night (Tuesday ) the Young
People i Baptist union, of the Calvary
tiaptist church, will give a grand con
cert in the church. Tho belt local tai
nt will participate.
John Evans, our young and talented
reciator, took half of the piizs at the
likes B.trre eistedfodd on St. Pat
ricks Day. Mr. Evans' recitation was
'The Fuvman's Prayer."
A Clerical Souinambullat.
Dr. Haycock, the eminent Oxford lEug
land) divine, would often arise from his
bed nt bight, give out bis text, and while
sound ush ep deliver on excellent sermon
He was frequently watched, but uo amount
of pulling, tugging or pinching was suf
ficicnt to arouse him fiom bis pvculiur
Maud Why docs Chnllle Softly always
say "1 don t think so for "I think notf
Hester iieeaiise, near, t home never
thinks. Detroit Free Press.
MARCH 20, 1894.
Your choice of tlirco beantiful
pictures, "Telephone Girl," "lo
liveriiig Christinas Presents"
mid "Maidens Swinging." Send
by mail or messenger or bring
coupons like this of three differ
ent dates, with 10 cents, stamps
or coin, to
Cor. Penn Ave. und Spruce St.
FpecioAtothi Ssraaloa IWesne
PriKVii.i.K, Ph., March 19. Mr and
Mrs. Stephen Kimble, of Carbondale,
pent Sunday with the latere aleter
Mrs. John WhlttO.
.1. 1. Darner, or Bcranton, was
awarded the contract last Saturday
veiling to r -move the old .Methodist
Episcopal cnurcli on the back part of
John English has broken ground for
the erection of a new tenant house on
one of his vacant lote on Hickory
Frank Lnmberton, of Park Place, was
a c iller in town on Sunday.
Miss Grace King, of Clark's Sum
mit, visited over Sunday with her
nude, Jacol) I) -pew.
Mrs. P. G Harding returned home
yesterday aftT visiting with friends st
Scranton for the past week
John Jiiyne, of Nanlicoke, spent
Sunday as the gii"st ol his best friend
Presi ling Eld"i- Thorpe, of Honei-
dale, preached in the Methodist Epis
copal church here last Siiodav morn
ing and evening,
A F. Kiz.r spent Sun Iny st Kizsr-
Dynpep.ln nnd Indleeatlon
Iii their worst forms are cured by the
use or v. r. r. ir you nre netniitated and
run down, or If you need it tonic to regain
llesbiiinl lost appetite, strength nnd vigor
take r. r. 1'., and you will be strong am
healthy, ror shattered constitutions and
loot manhood P, P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke
Hoot mnl Potassium) is lhe king of all
medicines, P. P. I', is the greatest blood
puritler In tne world. 1'or sake by all
OUNMORF. AND VICINITY.
Rtport of Chief of Fire Department
Sjtrrial to the SbfUnfOS 7i&im.
ijun.mi.iiik, I'a , jiiarcn m. -Tbe an
nil al report of the chief of the fire de
partment recommends important addi
tiona end improvements to facilitate
the prompt nnd efficient action of the
department and speaks of the progress
made during tne past vear In way ol
protection against conflagration. The
IN AND AROUND OLYPHANT.
Oar Sptctal Reports!' Bundle of Enter
taining Looal Ooaslp.
Special to the Scranton TVIoime.
Olypiiant. Pa.. March 19 Mrs. and
Mra. A. Berry, of Carbondale, returned
home today after visiting their son, D.
D. Berry, over Sunday.
John Crowlev, of Forest City, re
turned borne today, after viaiting
friends in town over Sunday.
An entertainment will be given by
the Young Men's Literary and Debat
ing society at Father Mathew opera
house, on Monday evening, April 2'i.
The proceeds will be used to establish
Mrs. w. H. Priest la aeriouily ill at
her home on Seoond street, Blakely.
ouucilmnu 1. h Hobatnan, ot
Scranton, circulated among friends in
Mr. and Mrs. p. W. Feeley were vis
itors in Scranton yesterday.
the board of health will meet at tho
hose rooms tomorrow evening.
L. J. Howard, of the Lackawanna
tea store, will remove to his father's
place on Dunmore street tomorrow.
Miss Oln Mtson and brother George
speut Saturday visiting friends at
Wilkes-Birre and Nsuticok.
Misses Sarah McNamara and Winnie
Ualligau, of South Scranton, were vis
itors in town on Sunday. '
Q MAKE mum
There are hand reds of young men and young women in thlt
country who have splendid ability, but they have never bees'
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
Has been an Inspiration to hundreds of young people. If yon
are tired of inactivity ami wuut to do something tangille
(iine to the College.
COMMON ENGLISH COURSE,
SHORTHAND COURSE. p j. W00D Proprietop
NEW YFAIt OPENS .1 ANUAKY 1.
THE OLD-FASHIONED STYLE
of nill trives vou
feeling of horror
when vou tee it und
when you feel it. Like
the " blunderbuss of a
former decade, it is big
end clumsy, but Dot ef
fective Iii this century
of snllshtenment. vou
have Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Pollets. which cure all liver
troubles in tho most effective
Attack s .
Pick and Bilious Head
ache, nothing has been
found to equal tlcse
pills of Dr. Pierce's invention.
Mr. Samcel HtKEn,
8r., of So. 1st Niimmtt
Aw. PhUkmbwuh, N.J.,
siiyn: "There is noth
ing that can cempsre
with ( ir. Pleree's Pfess-
nnt Pellets, ns Liver
Pills the have done mc more good than
any other meilldno I have ever taken."
Mu. S. Maker, sk.
iOSIC POWDER CO
MINING and BLASTING
Made at tho MOOSIC and KU8H
Liifllin & Rnnd Powder Co.'i
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Batteries, Fusei for explod
ing blasts, Safety Fuse and
RepaunoChcmical Cc'slligh Explosives
JamvH J. Welsh
Hood's Sarsaparilla Purified and
Built Up the System.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
"Gentlemen Two years ago 1 was taken
with a very severe iluiesi, beginning with erv
llpelal, anil then had typhoid and malsria lever.
After 1 Kot p and outof bed 1 thought 1 wal
ruied. hut was mistaken. In a short time a
humor broke out on my face, at lint Causing the
skin to he lough and Itchy and gradually devel
oping into 9ores. which spread until
My Head Was Covered
with them. No one can imagine Low I aulTered
with the gloat Itching and burning, l'tesciip
tions had no effect. A mend advised me to lake
Hood's Barssparllla, so 1 concluded to try a hot
tie. and I soon luiind a great change in my ton
dltlon. The sores began to disappear and 1 was
soon entirely eared, My general health has lnv
proved and I feel like a new man altogether. I
sleep well at night and have uo trace of that Itch
ing and burning sensation." Jamcs J Welsu,
Hood's Pills-mc nil Llvei His. Ullloumesa
Jaundice, Indigestion, Sick Headache. StO.
And Ids asaooiate.1 ttsll of LntjlKh and Oer
uiitu 1'hyBlciatia.are now permanently located
temple Court Building
a 1 1 SPRUCE ST..
Where thoy niaj- be consulted DAILY AND
The Doctor Is a graduate ot the University
cf 1 ennsylyanla, formerly demonstrator of
pbyeiology and surgery at the Medico Chlr
orglcai College, of Philadelphia. He la also
an honorary member of the Medico-Chirur-glcal
Aesoclntiou, and was physician and
surgeon in chief of the most noted American
and (lei man hospitals, comes highly indoreod
tv the leading professors of Philadelphia and
New Y ork.
His many year of hosottal experience en
ables this eminent physician and surgeon to
eorrertly diagnose slid treat all deformities
and diseases with the most flattering success,
end bis la h standing in the state will not
all w him to accopt any incurable case
LOST MAMIottn i;i - mi. i li
WEAKNESS Of YCl!N; MKN CUItKD.
Jt yon have ooen gayun up oy your physl
elan call upon the doctor and lie examined
lie cures tne worst case" or Nervous Debility.
Scrofula. Old Bores ( atnrrh. Piles
Weakness. Affections of tho Bar. Evo. Noi
and Throat, Asthma, Deafness, Tumbra, Can
shall tie ronaidered sacred and etrlctly conH
Iintae Roursi 9 A.M. to 0 1'. SI. Dally.
Sunday. O a.m. In a p nt.
id Criiiolos of every description. Cm
on in Emtllsh nnd Merman Free, which
Bank of Scranton.
Ktiitcmont Feb, '.'S . 180-1. railed for by
in. I'oiiiptioller of the Currency.
Loans SI, 310,310 OO
I'nlted Stales llolids 80,(1(1(1. 00
Other itiimis ni.'i,A?a.7A
llaol.li. u House SS,OT4.4(
rreiniums onii. s. ftonde.... nsa ?a
Due Irnni II. S. 'I reasuior 7.(100.00
Due from Huulis 308.41(1.73
Cash 140. (III). .-,4
Sill ulus 310.000 00
UndlTlileil I'rofllH 06 180 0(1
I'lirulntliin : ooo oo
Dlvldeuds Vnpald 334 AO
Deposits.' 1,, 1(14. (1(10 A4
Due to Hanks tlll.30O.AO
WILLIAM CONMKLt, President
l ie H. L'ATLIN, Vlre-l'iesldent.
William B, PKCJC, Caehlea
William Ceanell, tlnorge II. Catlln,
Alfred Hand. James Ari-lihald, Hear
llnlln, Jr., William T. timltli, Luther
Tills hank offers to depositors every
facility warranted by their balances, busi
ness aiol responsibility.
8peclal attention given to business ac
counts. Interest paid on time deposits.
KERR & SIEBECKER
SPECIAL DRIVES IN
50 pieces Moquette, $1.35 per yard,
100 pieces Velvet, $1.15 per yard, -100
pieces Tapestry Brussels, 65c,
50 pieces Ingrain, 65c,
Also a large line of Cotton an J Wool and Cotton I
grains at 25c, 35c, and 40c.
Other grades reduced proportionately. TI12 best bar
gains ever offered by any firm. No old stock. All new
Fresh stock (150 rolls) from $4.00 per roll (40 yards)
up to $20.00.
400 AND 408 LACKAWANNA AVE.
The most complete
in the market.
Hull 4 Co.
205 AND 207 YvYOM KG AYE.
"No star was ever lost we once have seen,
We always may be what we might have been,"
A HAPPY PATRON OF
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
For tiie Baby
yms WEEK we remember the little
darlings in the form oi a Nicely Up
holstered BABY CARRIAGE, with fine
running gear, adjustable parasol, and sold
By the way, we show
fifty different patterns of
Carriages, including the
famous 1894 DOWNING
SLEEPER COACH, for
which we are sole agents.
With all purchases amounting to $75 or over we
include a 100-piece Dinner Set FREE.
Cash or Credit