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THE SCRAtfTOK TRIBUTE WEDNESDAY MOROTNCr. APUID 1894.
New s' lidiiigH, nnw designs, many novel
ties all t'rosli aud now. C'hnnvoahle Mix
turoH. Wool Orponi, Silk Mixturus.Nov
tlty Suitings. i
ALL-WOOL FHENCII CHALLIES and lnin
droda of difftrtnt weaves. Koiiloniari
your wardr.iOo. Buy from us and you
are suro to bj iu stylo.
Thrse nro gooda th merchant takei pride
In showing. They art also tut) fuuriea
tbat taHhionably-dressed ladies are a!
ways ready to procure the latest importa
tions W e are early in the market. Our
elections are maoe to meet nil tastes. A
rare treat awaits you in our Silk Depart
ment. BEE OUR
Handkerchief Department. The dninty,
fetching tffeotl yoncangot there. Variety
of priutings, stitehings aud eruhroiderlngs
Is what makes that ilenartment the great
success Urn it is, Wo lead thorn all.
Made in tho latest shapes, materials and
effects, for all occasions. Many are here;
others arriving daily.
In black. Umbrellas in colors. A fine
collection of rare and beautitul handles.
Ours in tho pla;o to buy Umbrellas and
This tolls tho story of what is to bo worn
and where the bost can be had for tho
price. Cash interests us all. so when wo
expect stylish garments, the latest color
ings and frlTOTBingti and wo want them at
rea onnble prices, where do we go? Al
ways to the store where wo can see few
of a kindbut many kinds. Wo want
something that gives us personality of
dress. For all your wants in Spring
Wraps, Coats or Capes we can suit. No
garments sold unless a perfect fit.
A DEPARTMENT FOR Till:
tablet' Fancy Caps. Babies' Fancy
Dresses. Wo can relieve the mothers of
many caret. This is one can furnish In
flints' Clothing outright much cheaper
aud more satisfactory than hand-made.
Wo come again to
Timo very soon to lay away your winter
garments. Will you make your own un
dcrgariiients or do yoa prefer to buy our
elegantly-made and trimmed . garments
We have tho Muslin by tho yard, and we
have also a wonderlul assortment of
' niiulc up" Underclothing, Ladies' Corset
Covers, Muslin Drawers, Muslin Night
Kobes, Skirts and Chemises. Many kinds
and many prices. All will be suited.
TOWELS AND TOWELING
V e have received a largo line of Llnen9
and Toweling. Hath Towols, Hemstitched
Towels, Honeycomb Towels. Holler Tow
elrng. Crash T oweling, Turkish Toweling
aud Towels of all kinds from many of tho
different manufacturing centers of tho
world Our prices are very low. You
should buy them anyway and keep theiu
till you need thorn.
In these busy times of competition and riv
airy, ropntation cannot bo maintained nor
business advanced except by straightforward
methods. Cifrenngi must be correctly rop
resented. Our success, witnessed iu tho ever-
increasing popularity of our stores, Is the
best proof of tho values that we daily offer.
Lrdies, come out in the fine days or como in
the ram. We can always intorost you. CAN
ALWA1S SAVE YOU MONEY.
Interesting Evsuts in the Flonisr City
Special to the Scmnton Tribuna.
iMiuoNDALK, April d. l uis evening
occurred tliu first of the entertainments
in the chapel of the Baptist church en
titled ''Mother Goose and Her Tern
pernnce Family." Tomorrow evening
the same programme will be repeated.
The following young people, members
of the Sabbath school, carried out the
programme: Columbia, Nettie Bur
dick; Yankee Doodle, Freeman Tall
man; Mother Goose, Edna Bailey; Old
Woman Who Lives iu a Shoe, Allie
Price; Mother Hubbard, Helen Shields;
Goodv Two Shoes, Annie Chil
ton; 'Red Riding Hood. Edith Fow
ler; Little Bo-Peep, Ollie Moore;
Jack Horner, Charles Bone; Jack and
Jill, Albert Simon and Orv Loomis ;
Jack, the Giant Killer, Willie Shields;
Humpty Lnmpty, Leon Bly; Little Boy
Blue, Ray Gallman; Blue Beard, Allie
Estabrook. The following persons
have also special parts: Mrs. John
Mnlligan, Grace Hall, Helen Patter
son, Laura aud Mollie Chilton, Blanche
Hufford and Arthur Bnrdick.
Horace Fox, of Buffalo, N. Y., has
decided to become the proprietor of the
new Hotel Anthracite and will arrive
in this city ou April IS with a corps of
assistants and begin at once to put the
bouse in readiness on May 1.
Leave your order at Shannon's news
rooms on Main street and have The
Tkiuunb brought to your home orplaee
of business bright and early every
morning. It contains all general news,
also all local happenings.
George J. Benton was a visitor in
Afton, N. Y., today, aalling on bis
father, of that place.
Mrs. C. F. Walter, of Scranton, is
the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. P. Patterson.
Beginning this week the Christian
Endeavor society of the Presbyterian
church will hold its meeting on Satur
day afternoon at 4 o'clock in the chapel,
instead of on Sunday at the same hour.
Miss Mae Hallock, of Gilbert street,
is on an extended visit with friends in
Kingston and Wilkes Barre.
The funeral services over theremains
of the late Mrs. Eliza Kirkwood oc
curred this afternoou at 3 o'clock and
were held in St. Rose's church. Inter
intuit was made in St. Rose's eemetery.
This morning at an early hour oe
curred the death of Mrs. Peter Sheri
dan at her home on Gordon avenue.
Her death was caused by a stroke of
nppoph xy with which ebe was afflicted
on Saturday last. Fnneral Thursday
alternoou, Interment in St. Rose
Charles Blocksoige, engineer at the
electric light works, and Miss Mary
Boberts were united in marriage iu
New York city today, Tomoirow they
return to this city where they will
make it their home.
Mr, and Mrs. David Zieley, jr., of
Brooklyn, N. Y. , is the guesir of the
latter's mother, Mrs. R. Manville, of
.rth Alain street,
Miss Josephine Burr will entertain
the Young Ludies' Cooking club at tea,
on Friday evening, at at her home on
Nortu Church street.
Rev. W. M. Hi Her, of Ashley, a for
mer Cnrbondnle pastor, was a visitor
in this place today,
Cure for Headaohe.
As a remedy for all forms of Headache
Electric Bitters has proved to be the very
best. It effects a permanent cure and the
most dreaded habitual Rick headaches
yield to its influence. Wo urge all who are
afflicted to procure a bottle and give this
rt'inniv n fair trial. In cases of Habitual
constipation Electric Hitters cures by giv
ing the needed tone to the bowels, and few
ruses long resist the usn of this medicine.
Try it once. Large bottles only Fifty cents
at aiattnews tiros', mag store.
Highest of all in Leavening Powei.
THE HEWS OF
Out or town correspondents orTita Tutu
UN e should sign their names In full to each
utws letter, not for publication out to guard
against deception. 1
IN ANO AROUND ARCHBALD.
Day's Events In a Hustling Borough Rs -fltcted
on a Reporter' Pad.
Special fo the Scranton Tribuna.
Archuald. Pa April 3. It is said
that the negotiations for the lease or
purchase of the (Jarbondale Iraction
company's plant have been abandoned,
since neither company would agree to
terms whieih would satisfy the other.
It is probable, therefore, that work on
the extension of the railway to Blakelr
borough will commence at once, so
that the line will be entirely in opera
tion early in the summer.
Mrs. John Shovlin, of Pittsburg, died
at the borne of her mother, Mrs. John
Lynn, of Cemetery street, last evening.
Mrs. Shovlin wis formerly Miss Katie
Lyun, of this borough. She was
raised here but had been living in
Pittsburg for several years. Several
weeks ago the came here to visit rela
tives. Her husband was at her bed
side when she died, and her sisters in
Pittsburg have been notified of her
death. Tho funeral will not take place
until they reach here.
The school board held a regular
meeting last evening. Mr. Kelly pre
sided in the absence of President Lilly
Mr. E. F. Munley usked the board to
build a fence around the ungraded
school, in the Second ward, to prevent
the children from trespassing on his
lot This, with other matters of little
importance, was referred to the build
ing committee. The secretary was
also instructed to get bids for the erec
tion of three outbuildings at the schools
in each of the wards. Professor Davis
called attention to the crowded con
dition of the school on the creek aud
he was empowered to use bis owu dis
cretion in the matter.
An exciting runaway occurred ou
Salem street yesterday afternoon.
While John Boland, Jones, Simpson &
Co's teamster, was rounding a corner,
the wagon was overturned and Mr.
Boland was thrown out. He was
bruised about the hips, but was not
seriously injured. The wagon was
Mrs. Anthony Dempsey, of Dushore,
is visiting her brother, John Carden, of
South Main street.
James Gildea, of the Third ward, is
about to make his debut in politics.
Mr. Gildea's many friends are anxious
that he should represent them iu the
next Democratic county convention
and he has consented to stand as a dele
gate. Misses Alice Norton and Sarah Bo
land are visiting friends in Montreal.
Miss Maria Mahady, of Railroad
road street, is quite ill.
Mark Cawley, proprietor of the Riv
erside, baa abandoned the hotel busi
ness aud gone to Buffalo. Mr. McDr
mott, of Peckville, the owuer of the
building, will occupy it again.
Miss Kate Lane is recovering from
ber reoent illness.
Thomas Keily, of Lanrel street,
has bought from the Ontario and West
ern company the two buildings for
merly owned by frank Dunleavy and
John Flynn. Mr. Kelly will live in
one of these houses.
Rev. T. J. Comerford has gone to
Georgetown university with bis nephew,
William Walker, of btitte Ulty, Mont ,
who is about to enter that institution.
The world is always interested in tho
cure of consumption; yet its prevention is
of far more importance. Dr. Woods
Norway Pine Syrup is guaranteed to cure
coughs and colds. Sold by all dealers on a
guaranteo of satisfaction.
Personal and Other Crisp Paragraphs
from a Orowing Tcwa.
Special to the Scranton Tribuna.
Hai.lsteau, Pa., April 3. Mrs. Anna
M. Mabee, of Binghamton, who has
been visiting ber aunt, Mrs. A. E.
Uiterbout, has returned hone.
The teacher's meeting will be held at
the home of Hon. S. B. Chase on hti
Dr. T. D. Lamb attended the Broome
County Medical society iu Binghamton
on I Dead ay.
Mr John lyloris making improve
incuts about hit home on Pine street.
Mrs. Roisa Mack is visiting her par
ents iu iunkbannock,
Jesse Nichols lc visiting friends in
Chauucev (Jjterhout was in Blng
ham ton tbe first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jackson, who
have been visiting the latters parents
in JNew Milford. have returned home.
Miss Bertha Very is tbe guest of Ai
Mrs. Leonard Osterhout is visiting
her parents in New Milford.
rannlc bimrell reesntly gave a 0
o'clock tea to a number of her friends.
John Jonea is moving into Richard
Gillespie's house on Pine Street.
Mrs. L. D. Baker, of Gillmore, N
Y, U visiting Mrs. N. L. Tyler.
Mrs. J. H. Corby, of Binghamton,
who has been visiting friends to town,
has returned boms.
Mrs. Will Hoover and ions are visit
ing in Candor, N. Y.
C. E Swartz and Henry Curry have
returned from New York city.
Lulu Squires is visltiug friendc in
A. Van Wormsr, of Conklin, was in
town on Monday.
Mr. Henry Curry and son, who have
been visiting friends in Scranton, huv
Charles Currier has move from Great
uenu to Airs. i.. bdUredc rooms on
M. E yuailey and William Lusk
have the inundations laid for two new
houses ou Main street.
Mrs. Larrabee and daughter, of Sus
quehanua, visited friends in town on
MIRRORED AT MOOSIC.
Little Legale from a Quiet Suburb of Un
Special to the S m n Ion Trtbunt.
Moosic. Pa., April 8. The Ladies
Aid society will meet at the home of
Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Mrs. William Seiberhine's this after
noon. The Woman's Christian Temperance
union will meet at the home of Mrs.
John LaBarr on Thursday afternoon,
when further arrangements will be
made for the cob web social.
Tbe Christian Endeavor cottage
prsyor meeting will be held Friday
night at the home of Miss Esther Par
frey. Six car loads of maohinery have ar
rived for the Bonta Glass works.
News of Wayne's Beautiful Capital
Special to the Scranton Tribun.
Honesdale, Pa., April 3 A social
will be held at tbe Methodist Episcopal
church on Thursday evening next.
General admission 5 cents. The social
will be a novel one, being called a "Joe
Social." Refreshments will be served.
That there will be a Kirmess in
Honesdale is now a decided fact. It
will be presented ih the armory under
the auspices of Company E, some time
in May. The instructor, Miss btewart
of Kingston, N. Y., is now in Hones
dale making the preliminary arrange
ments. Two hundred young people
will participate. Further particulars
will appear later.
At a meeting of the council last night
an ordinance was passed prohibiting
bicyclists from riding on tbe sidewalks
or in the parks, confining thorn to the
roads entirely. There is no Question in
the minds of right minded persons that
the road is the proper place for all
wheeled vehicles, barring baby car
riages; but the cyclists are becoming
such an army in Honesdale that they
should be looked after. If they must
ride in the road, town fathers, give them
a road to ride in. It is boped by
all cyclists that the council will
adopt some plan of building good roads
in place of dunning stones and small
rocks in the road bed. Pneumatic tires
object. Necessity compelling, cyclists
can use the roads in dry weather, but
in wet weather the stones and mud are
unconquerable. The matter of open
ing up East street was also taken up
by the couneil Seven hundred dollars
are lacking towards the carrying ont of
plans. It was decided to compromise
with the property owners and offer
$350 towards the bolance needed to pay
cuius for damages, etc.
News from a Live Loonlity Gathered for
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Jermyn, Pa , April 3 M. H. Sulli
van has moved luto the building for
merly occupied by Lutey & Co.
Subscribe for TBI TB1BUNB and g et
The Democratic club held a meeting
n Lnterprise hall Monday evening.
The citizens of Jermyn are very
much interested in the sewer qestion,
and almost without exception are in fa
vor of having them. Now is the time
to start ; times are hard and men are
ready. Tho work c:in bednneadvan-
taguly to all, and much suffering pre
vented by doing it now.
Now that the cheeker match between
Susquehanna and Lackawanna coun
ties has been declared off, we have
players in this place who are not afraid
to meet anyone from Susquehanna
county. Either Hills, Gebhart, Sulli
van, or even Patterson can "do them
I he oflicers of Rnshbrook lodge.
830, Independent Order of Old Fel
lows, will be installed Thursday even
ing by D. D. Sontag, of Carbondale.
James Jordan, of Oiyplinnt, held
ticket 1,92s which drew the ISO at the
Catholic Mutual Benefit Association
An anniversary requiem mass was
celebrated ystrilay morning for the
late Thomas I'. McAtiurew.
The stock in the gent's furnishing
store of Thomas E. Griffiths was sold
yesterday morning, H. L. Taylor being
the purchaser. I ho amount realized
A regular meeting of tho council will
be held in the borough building Friday
The bids opined last week for the
school building not being according to
specifications, new bids have been
called for and will ha opened Wednes
day night. The bids rejected run from
f5, bOO to $7,800. Tbe building is to be
first class in every respect.
William Scull has been appointed
janitor of tbe Republican club rooms.
Fun Burns, Scalds, Bruises and all Bain
and soreness of the flesh, tho grand house
hold remedy is Dr, Thomas' Lclectrio Oil,
lie sure you get the genuine.
VANDIING ANO VICINITY.
Sundry Personal and Other Notes of
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Vandlino, Pa., April 3 - The Ladies'
Aid lootety will meet ut the home of
Mrs. Wilcox Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. II. D. Mitchell lm returned
home after week's visit with friends
in Wilkes- Barre.
Rsv. J. G. Evans, of Plymouth, will
preach in the s:hool boust here morn
ing and evening next Snuday.
Bert Walker, of Wuymirt, wa9 the
en-it of bis uncle, Contractor Wilcox,
Mrs. J. C. Browo and Mi TT
Do You Cough?
It is a sure sign of weakness.
You need more than a tonic.
the Cream of Cod-liver Oil
and Hypophosphites,not only
to cure the Cough but to givo
your system real strength.
Physicians, the world over,
Don't be deceived by Substitutes!
Propnrtd by Scott Donna, N Y. All PrJfgiiti.
Broun and Mrs. Manheuette, of Forest
City, were calling on friends in this
place last Saturday.
n. D. Mitchell was iu Carbonaaie
It seems this town has a band oi
white caps who were out Saturday
night and made a raid on some parties
in tbe place.
TAYLOR ANO THEREABOUTS.
Stath of John Timlin Other Nowj
Special to the Scranton Trlbum.
Taylor, Pa., April 3 The Price
Library association holds a business
meeting on Thursday night.
A large audience beard Kev. U. a.
Bougbton lecture on Temperance to
night before the Free-for-all Temper
ance union. Mr. Boughtou spoke of
the evils of rum. He denounced its
sale, and touchiugly related of its dan
ger to the young men. the lecture
was interesting and full of sound ad
John Timlin, age 87 years passed
peacefully away this morning after
three months' illness. He was among
Taylor's oldest residents, loved and re
spected by all. Fsur sons and two
daughters mourn hie loss. They are:
Edward Timlin, of Buffalo, N. Y. ; Dr.
John Timlen, of Old Forge ; Postmaster
George L. Timlin, of Taylor; James F.
Timlin, Mrs. John Lolly and Charlotte
Timlin, of Taylor. The funeral will
take place Thursday morning,
Giorge Timlin, our new postmaster,
had the opportunity of reading his own
obituary notice in tonight's Truth.
Mr. Timlin is not ill. He is enjoying
KEYSTONE ACADEMY NOTES.
Affairs of Interest Conotrning a Notid
Special to the Scraufon IViTmna.
Factohyvillk, Pa., April 8. -i-R. U,
Cnpwell spsnt Saturday at Waverly iu
the service of F. B. Price, of Scranton.
Among the visitors at the academy
on Monday were Miss Carrie Simrell,
who is teaching at Wilks Barre, and
Miss Nellie Taylor and Frsd D Finn,
of Bucknell university.
School closes for tho third quarter on
Friday April (i and re-opens on Tues
day April 17,
Miss Connor, who has had charge of
the Physical training class during the
winter, met her class Monday for tbe
The concert to be given in the Main
chapel on Wednesday evening pro
mises to be a ; grand success. Both
vocal and instrumental talent will bs
displayed. An admission will be
charged and the lunds will used to
purchase books for the vocal chorus
On Saturday last as some small boys
were enjoying a potato roast on the
banks of tbe Nokomio their fire, owing
io a strong western gale, was driven
rapidly eastward across tbe meadow
of Mrs, Gibbs, threatening her bam
as well as tbe buildings of W. N.
Manchester, together with the beauti
ful summer residence of Daniel Lang
Htsff and the Keystone cottage. The
alarm was at once given and scores of
men were soon busily engaged fighting
the flames. After much effort and ex
citement the fire was finally extin
guished. MINOOKA MATTERS.
Many Matters Minced by Minooka's Busy
Special to the Scranton Tribuna.
Minooua, April 'I - - Mr. and Mrs.
William Hollenback called ou Park
Place friends Suuday.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hollenback;, of
Greenwood, visited friends iu Park
Mrs. John Nee, of this place, is seri ously
ill of influenza.
Tady Welsh, of Filmore avenue, who
lias lain at tbe point of death for the
past month, is recovering.
Thomas Lungan bad his leg ampu
tated this evening.
School Director Thomas King, of
Greenwood, is improving his property
on Main street by an addition to bis
Andy O'Hara, Johnnie Gallsgnerand
Jim Wallace called at Plymouth en a
coal train yesterday.
Mrs. Michael Murray, of Main sUeet,
called on Aroca friends yesterday.
Miss Julia MoHugh, of Woit Pitts
ton, is vissiting friends here.
One of the small steam pipes used
for heating purposes in No. 3 school
burt yesterday afternoon.
Jtfr. James R. Bond
Sciatica and the Piles Adds to
the Sufferer's Misery
Four Bottles of Hood's Sars&parllla
Effects a Wonderful Cure.
"C. 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. :
"Gentlemen: As a result of the memorable
blizzard of March, 188S, I contracted muscular
rheumatism j at that time I wa9 engaged on a
job of iwamflttlng in Plauunld, n. j., and it
was necessary for me to wade through the snow
tome Draining, a new lesiuenee, m which we
were working. For clghteeu months after
wards I was laid up with muscular rheumatism
mid sciatica. 1 then Joined my son-in-law in
Denver, Col., where 1 was engaged In steam
fitting and engineering, and whero I commenced
to take Hood's Sarsapurilla for my rheumatism.
It cured me not only ot the rheumatism and
8ciatica,butalsoof outward piles, from which
for thirty three years 1 had suffered
A Thousand Deaths.
Previous to going to Denver I visited the
University of Pennsylvania to be operated upon.
Tho doctor pronounced my case elongation of
the bowels and the worst he ever saw. He re
fused to perform an operation, saying that after
having suffered so many years It was not worth
while that I should die at that late day from the
ffton of the knife, and die 1 would If he used It
No Man Can Conceive
what I suffered for thirty-three years. I tried
all sorts of remedies and treatments, often
without the slightest relief. Four bottles of
Sarsapurilla not only relieved, but
cured, both tho
piles and rheumatism. The
only trace of rheumatism which I feel now Is a
little stillness when tho weather changes, and
nslwlll he 73 years old Iu August that Is but
Incidental to my age. This Is n simple state
ment of facts.'' ,Iamics K. lloND, 20 West
Norrls Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Hood's Pills cure liver Ills, constipation,
biliousness, jauudlee, sick headache, Indigestion,
When my little girl was one month old, she
had a scab form on her face. It kept spread
ing until she was completely covered Irom
head to foot. Then she had boils. She had
forty on her head at one time, and more on
her body. When six months old she did not
weigh seven pounds, a pound and a half less
than at birth. Then her skin started to dry
up and got so bad she could not shut her eyes
to sleep, but laid with them half open. About
this time, at the earnest request of friends, I
started using the CtJTlCURA REMEDIES, and
in one month she was completely cured.
The doctor and druc; bills were over one hun
dred dollars, the Cuticura bill was not more
than five dollars. My child is now two years
old, strong, healthy and large as any child of
her age (see photo.) and it is all owing to
Cuticura. V ours w ith a Mother's Blessing,
MRS. GEO. II. TUCKER, Jr.,
335 Crccnlield Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis.
Sold throughout the world. Potter finer, and
ChsM. Curt., sole proprietor, Boston. Mailed free,
" All iibout the Illood, Skin, Scnip, and Hair."
Baby Blemishes, falling hair, and red, rough
hands prevented aud cared by Cuticura Soap.
Dr. EX Grewer
The Philadelphia Specialist,
And Us associated ttall of Enclhh and Ger
man 1'uyelviarjn.are now perniaueritly located
Temple Court Building
St 1 RPRVOn ST.,
V here ihoy niuy be consulted DAILY AND
Trie Doctor b a graduate ot the University
cr Ponnnylvania, formerly demonstrator ot
physiology aud eurirory at the Medlco-Chlr-
uriricRl College, of Philadelphia. He la also
u Honorary member ot tho Medioo-Chirur-gleal
Association, and wan nhralclnn and
nirBOon-in-cniot ot the moat noted American
nu ucrman uoipitnli comes highly indorsed
by the leading professors ot Philadelphia and
Now l ork.
His manv voars of hnsnlt.nl pYnerlenna .n-
blea tlila eminent physician and aurgeon to
correctly aiagnose ana treat all aerormit ej
and diseases with tho most flattering success,
and bla high standing in tho state will not
an w mm 'o accept any incurable casa
LOST MANHOOD ItKTOKKD.
WEAKNESS OF YOUNG MEN CUBED
If you have neon Liven up oy your physi
cian call upon tho doctor and be examined
Ilocurea the worst cases of Nervous Debility.
Scrofula, Old Sores, t atarrh. Piles, Fomalo
Wiaknoss, Affections of tho Ear, Eye, Nose
and Throat, Asthma, Deafness. Tumors, Can
cers and QntiDMai of everv deserintinn. Con.
sulfation in EiiKllsh and German Pre, which
shall ho con sldercU sacred and strictly court
UMa Hours: 0 A. M. to V. M. Dally
Sunday, 1 a.m. to 2 p in.
Bank of Scranton.
Statement Feb. '-J8 . 18!) t. called for by
lire comptroller l the Currency.
1.1 sill 111 I s.
i onus ai, 7ic,34n no
United Mutes Honda SO, 000.00
Other It,. mis Ol3..ri7H.7
Hanking House 28,071.40
rrrmluma on V. s. Honda.... U43
Due from U. S. Treasurer 7.000.00
rue from Hunks 208.41(1 73
Capital (200,000 00
Surplus 240.000 00
Undivided I'rollts SO 189.00
Dividends Unpaid 334. SO
Dcpuidta.- 1,064, 660.84
Due to Umiks 69.366.S0
WILLIAM CONNKLL. President.
UliO. H. CATI.IN, Vice-President
AVI LI. 1AM H. PECK, Cashier
milium Council, George H. Cntlln
Alfred Hand. Jnmes Archbald, Henry
Helln, Jr., William T. Smith, 1 other
This bank offers to depositors every
lucnity u urrunti'd by their balance, bnsl
in -, linn t-Njiiinnioi uiy,
Hpeclul attention given to business no
vuuiiiB. i mi i i i pniu on lime ucposu.
Having secured the SHOEINll FORGE o
William Blumo & Sun for a permanent busi
nesa Stand, I shall conduct Si ientlfle and
mtliological Mhoo tig for tho Prevention, Ko
lief and Cum of Lameness and other imnedl
ments in the movements of Horses Incidental
or duo to iinnerlect ahaeirur. I shall irlvo tho
work my personal attentii n and guarouteo no
extra charge. except for imnioveinent. Lame
ness, etc., will betieatod afternoons. A free
clinic and professional advice given every
aiouuay iroin i to t f, M.
JOHN HAMLIN, D. Y. S.
APRIL 4, 1894.
Your choice of three beautiful
pictures, "Telephone Girl," "De
livering Christmas Presents"
and "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. Peun Ave. and Spruce St
HOW TO MAKE MONEY
There are hundreds of young men and young women in this
country who have splendid ability, but they have never been
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
Has been an inspiration to
are tired of inactivity and
come to the College.
COMMON ENGLISH COUKSE.
KERR ft SIEBECKER
tra Super, yard '
iOc. aud 80c, j
We still have a few
patterns left of the
40c. Tapestry Brussels.
406 and 408 Lackawanna Ave.
"No star was ever lost we once have seen,
We always may be what we might have been,"
A HAPPY PATRON OR
THE RICHARDS LUMBER CO.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
6 , 1H68
f .-. . .
Kl " l
w IH 11.HI
k 5il 524
THOSE HOLDING LUCKY
NUMBERS WILL PLEASE NO
hundreds of young people. If yoa
want to do something tangible,
V V QTAAn T
. jj. w yvy, riupnouur.
Chenille Curtains, $3.25.
(An unusual bargain.)
Extra heavy and extra
Imported Tapestry, Satin
Derby, Satin Damasks,
Satinette Fringed, lyl yd3.
Holland Shades, fringed,
Hartshorn Rollers, 50c.
each; usual price, 65c.
The most complete
in the market.
Huli & Co.
205 AUD m I10I1IG AVE.