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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNINQ. APRIL 6. 1894.
House Cleaning Time
SUGGESTS New Lace and
Clieuille Curtains, Silkulines, Bud
Tickiug, Bdd Linen, Counterpanes,
etc. ; Table Covers and Napkins, Mns
lins, Scrim, Doylies, and u thoutiaud
other things fonnd in such a complete
dry (roods ntore us this. It is part of
cur policy to make the prices lowest on
the (roods most in demand. That pol
loy will apply this week to
House Cleaning Necessaries
HERE THEY ARE :
Curtain Scrim, 5c.f 8c.
and 10c. per yard.
Eest Quality Silkalines,
plain and fancies, 12ja
Nottingham Lace Cur
tains, 98c. per pair. .
Honey Comb Bed Spreads
85c, 95c. and $1.25.
6-4 Chenille Table Cov
Comprises a choice gathorino: of
distinguished Foreigners, together
with iqanlly pretty but less ex
pensive Natives of our own pro
duction. If you care to know just
how ranch beauty can be put into
a hat or bonnet, come and SPe us.
All the new Trimmings are ready
for your inspection.
Hcdes and Fabri
OUR FASHION MONTHLY
Describes and contains the Leading
Fashions, Latest Dress Materials. Sto
ries. AnC'lotes. Humorous Illustra
tions. Valuibl" Inform ition, Elevating
and Pleating Reading for the home.
To thofe who cnll for it at our store.
THE PIONEER CITY M 10 WAY.
Little Local Gathered on the Corbondale
Special to the Scranton Tribune,
CarbondaM, Pa., April 5. Mn.
Richard Burnett died last evening
snortly before midnight, after a week's
illness. Deceased was about to years
of age ami is survived by her husband
and light children. The funeral will
be held on Saturday morning. A re.
qniem mass will be celebrated in St
Hose ehurch. Interment will be made
in St. Rose cemutery.
Rev. Gilbert Reid will addrele an
audience in the Presbyterian church
tomorrow (Friday) evening.
The trout season will oDen in the
Northeastern district of this state on
the 13th of this month.
W. B. Gritman, of the Leader, left
this morning via. Ontario and West
ern railroad for a trip to New York
The funeral of the late Mrs. Peter
Sheridan was held this afternoon at 3
o'clock from her late home on Gordon
nvenue. Services wore held in St.
Rose's church. Interment was made
in St. Rose csinetery.
The regular monthly literary enter
tainment of the F.pworth league will
occur tomorrow (Friday) evening in
the Methodist ehapel and the following
programme will be carried out: Piano
solo, Frank Couch; recitation, Miss
Mattie Hards; vocal qnartette, Mieses
Miller and berry and Messrs. Wilson
and Frank Stephens; piano duet, Mieses
Herring and Corby. The principal
feature of the evening will be an ad
dress by Rev. W. L. Thorpe.
Last evening at o'clock at the home
of the bride's parents on liulmont street
Miss Sarah A. Bateridge and Lawrence
K. Henry were united in marriage by
Rev. Jepson, pastor of the Baptist tab
Great preparations are being made
by the committees from Cambria and
Olive Leaf lodges of Old Fellows of
this city for tne celebration of Odd
Fellowship, which event will occur on
AdHI 26, and will be celebrated in the
W. W. Watt buildiug.
Thomas Morgan it building an addi
tion to hit pretty residence on Seventh
Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Hnnt have re
turned to this city after an extended
western tour and have taken up their
residence on North Main street.
Brief and Interesting Paragraphs Penned
for Hurried Rnadern.
Stircial to the Hcrnulnn Tribune.
Moohic, Pa., April 5 The ladies of
the Wonien'M Christian Temperance
nnion will hold a cobweb social at the
home of Mrs. John LaBar Thursday
evening, April 13. Supper will be
strved for 10 cents.
Mrs. I'..T Blsckman, of Brook street,
is on the siek list.
Miss Carrie Seberhin, of Minooka
avenne, is visiting Mr. and Mrs Ira
Broadhead, of Mill City.
Mr. E. C. Bedew was a caller to the
Electric City Thursday.
Mrs. Anna Blaokinati, of D.ileville,
spent Thursday at the homo of her sis
ter, Mrs. George H. Pearl, of Main
Ernest Caryl, of Scrnnton, was in
Mrs. Thomas Gennell and daughter
Bessie, of South Main street, returned
home Wednesday after visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Fraukentield, of Meak
leyville. N. C.
BE SURE AND
get your choice
One coupon and one Dime,
Highest of all in Leavening Powei. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
THE NEWS OF
(Out of town corroiponaatm of This Titin-
I'M HllOllld si ;il thtllr II inl t in full to OAOtJ
Hewn letter, not for publication out to guard
'.r i. .t ! : ..:i I
I.iv-ly Litter frcm the Land Where
Murderers Hang High.
Sprcial to the SsfOAfOH Tribune.
B&BOUMBCR& Pa., April 5 Samuel
B. Storm, of Monroe county, brother
of ex Judge John B. Storm, has been
appointed by Internal Revenue Col
lector Herring as ganger for Lacka
wanna and Luzerne counties.
The Rev. N, Turner, of Etst Strouds
burg, has gone to Philadelphia, a
C D. McKelvey, the general superin
tendent of the New York, !Suquebauua
and Western and Wilkes-Barre and
Eastern railroads, is registered at the
Indian Qnoen hotel.
Ralph M. Jacoby has accepted a po sition
ns special agent for eastern Penn
sylvania representing National Live
S tock Insurance company.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Ladies' Aid society will be held on
Thursday afternoon at ,the residence of
Rev. C. D. Clauss.
An audience of fair members assem
bled in the Sunday school room of the
Methodist church last night to an nd
dress on "Litw," givon by ex Judge
Storm. The address and the other
points of the entertainment were given
onder the auspices of the Epwortb
Hannah Deal, who for some time
past has been a sufferer from consump
tion, died at her home nt noon today.
Miss Gertrnde Elmundsis a new
teacher this term. The lady is a gra
duate from the Genesee Normal school
ami also of the University of New
York, from which institution she gained
tne degree of P. H. D. She will have
charge of the class in history, of liter
ature, rhetoric and grammer.
Professor Bible will lecture at the
Saturday session of the White Haven
Teachers' Local institute on educational
At the Epworth leagui business
meeting held in the East Stroadsburg
Methodist Episcopal church last night,
Miss H. B. Bush' was elected to fill the
vacancy of the secretary, resigned by
Mrs Edward Shafer is in Brooklyn.
G. W. Mnson, of Fulton, N. Y,, it
here on business.
J. H. Shotwell was in Easton yester
day on theatrical business.
Mrs, Frank Kistler left for Walnut
Port, Carbon county, this morning.
A. W Knnpp spent Sunday in Penn
Argyl, Bangor and Portland visiting
W. C. Coolbangh is confined to his
home on Franklin street with a bad at
tack of neuralgia.
Guesie and Ella Mcl. Haney are vis
iting In New York, anil before return
ing will also visit Chatham, N. J.
Prothonotary Dntet ia confined to his
house with illness today, and the office
is in charge of A. M. Palmer, tbe
The Rev. Mr. VanShortlen, of Horn
elUvlUe. N. Y., will preach in the
First Presbyterian church of East
Stroudsburg on Sunday.
The Stroudsburg Pension board was
organized with Dr N. C. Miller, presi
dent; Dr. E Emerson, of Milford,
Pike conntj-, secretary, and Dr. J. H,
Shnll, treasurer. The board meets
every Wednesday at 10 a. in at the of
fice of Dr. N. C. Miller.
John Black has moved his family
from Ashley to this place, and is now
occupying the Davis house on Sarah
At the meeting of the stockholders of
the Stroudsburg and Bushkill Tele
phone company held yesterday in the
Indian (jueeu hotel it was decided to
rent a central office. Just as soon us
the situation of the central office is de
cided upon a twitch board and other
appliances will be put in. The com
pany have not yet made arrangements
with any company for telephones,
though it is expected that a choice will
he made between the Manhattan or
A traveling salesman named Fin
nerty, from Scranton, while returning
to E ist Stroudsburg at an early hour
this morning was halted by two men
near the Iron bridge, who asked him
if he had any money. Mr. Finnerty.
in speaking of the occurrence, said he
had quite a sum of money in his pos
session as well as other valuables. He
described tbe men as being short aud
tall and wote huge beards.
Tbe Monroe cjunty jail is now empty,
the last prisoner .confined within its
walls was a colored man named Wil
li in Brooks.
A handsome new delivery wagon has
jut been received by Mnsselman and
Custard, of the Stroudsburg Steatu
laundry, from the wagou works of
Wilkinson & Co,, of Newburg, N. Y.
Albert E. Eckert will open bis new
store opposite the depot at East
An enjoyable social was held in the
residence of Mrs Kingmaster on Main
street tonight by the members of the
Presbyterian church of this place.
Among those preseut were noticed Rev
Hutchison and wife, Professor Konan
berry and wife, R. lirowu and wife,
Mrs. D. R. Brown, the Misses Wyckoff,
Mrs. Hollingshead, Misses Carrie Bell,
Julia Depue, Mis. R Depue, Mrs. R.
L. Burnett, Mrs. Longwise, Miss
Jacoby, Miss Greenwab', Mrs. D. La
bar and daughter, Mrs. Suyder, Mis.
Van Kirk, Mr.. S. Strayer, Miss Ella
Kerns, Mrs. Matciiler, Mrs. Emley.
Mr. Truelow. Mr. Nortnup, Mr. Born
and Wife, Mrs. Baliz, Mia. King aud
daughter, Mrs. Heileg, Mrs. Snover,
Mrs. Trarsue, A. Coolbangh and wife.
Mrs. Temley, Mrs. Nixon, Mrs. Elliot
Professor Kemp will preach in the
First Baptist church on Sunday next.
Profesror BraBefield is laid up with a
Captsin Wsrnick camp No. 77, Sons
of Veterans, were visited last night at
their rooms, corner Green and Monroe
streets, by the Hamilton camp aud
visitors from the Bangor oamo,
Fob Burns, Scalds, Bruises and all pain
and Boreness of the Mesh, the grand house
bold remedy is Dr, Thomas' Eclectrio Oil.
Be sure you get tbe genuine.
FOREST CITY FLASHES
Comprehensive Eaumi of Current
Events in a Live Town.
Rectal to the tib ronton Tribune.
FoBKSTCiTV. Pa., April 5 Messrs.
II. B. Smith and John Wooton, of
Scranton, who have been canvassing in
this place the past few days for Tut:
TltlDTJNB Encyclopedia Britannica, are
meeting with very gratifying success,
having taken about twenty orders for
that valuable work.
Misses lone Tyler and Flo Allon
spent today pleasantly at Scrantou.
George S. Esmay has moved into the
house recently vaeated by Attorney H.
U. Watrous. Mr. Watroua has moved
his family to Carbon dale.
Frank lion sen, a German, was taken
to the Carbondale hospital today to
have a:: operation performed on one
of his liuibi, which lias given trouble
for sown years past. Tne Carbondale
hospital is proving a worthy institution
qs . large number of injured persons
from this place have received the best
of treatment there, and speak very
highly of that place.
Elijah Carponter and El Corey,
Unioudale reiidents, were in towu on
The many friends of Arthur M. West
gate will b pained to hear of his ser
Max Heller intends opening in a few
days a crockery store iu tbe Murray
The H C. and 1, company's collerics
are idle until Monday.
Mr. and Mrs H. E. Taylor spent part
of yesterday in Carbondale.
E 0. Dunnier, who intends contest
ing tbe collectorship election iu a short
time, was in Scranton today accom
panied by bis son.
Rev. J. C. Hoimn delighted n large
audience in the M. E. church at Dnn
daff last evening by giving one of his
popular temperance lectures. The fol
lowing gentl- men accompanied Mr
Hogan to Dundaff: Messrs. L. A. May,
Charlie Staley, F. E. Reed and W.
Drs. F. L Grander mid C. E. Taylor
were in the Anthracite City today.
Mrs. Tnomas Roese and daughter
Lottie, of Scrnnton, was visiting at the
home of W. X Reese, on Main etreet.
Popular Michael J. Connolly, tired
of traveling tbe paths of this world
alone, was united in marriaue yester
day to Miss Bridget O'Hars, of White's
Mills, nt Pleasant Mount, Wayne
county, by Rev Father Healey. A
large number of friends from Carbon
dale and this place were present.
Rev. E. J. Balslev, rector of Trinity
Eriscopal church, Carbondale, was the
guest of Rv. J. Campvelt today.
William E Ash, of Lehighton, was a
Forest City visitor today.
Rev. J. J. Coroner was a caller in
G. P. Patterson, of the Pioneer, city,
was in onr borough today.
Cure for Headache.
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 sick headaches
yield to its influeuce. We urge all who are
afflicted to procure a bottle and give this
remedy a fair trial. In cases of habitual
constipation Electric Bitters cures by giv
ing the needed tone to the bowels, and few
eaten long resist the uso of this medicine.
Try it once. Large bottles only Fifty cents
at Matthews Bros', drug store.
ARCH BALD PENCIUINGS.
Notes of Current Interests Complbd By
a Graceful Writer.
Svecial to the Scranton Tribune.
ABOHBaLD, Pa., April 5 -The sus
pense as to the postmastership of this
place was ended yesterday when James
O'Rouke was appointed by the authori
ties at Washington. Aside from the
brief announcement in the papers this
morning thar has been little informa
tion learned since. Mr. O'Rouke's ap
pointment is a reward for faithful ser
vice to the Democratic party and since
he merits it everyone should bo satis
fied. The retiring postmaster, Mr. T.
P. Cosgrove, was a competent aud
careful official and gave the people
very good service. 1 here is no doubt
whatever but that the sune satisfac
tion will be given by Mr. O'Rouke.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Gilroy called in
The remains of the late Mrs. John
Stiovlin, who died on Monday evening,
were laid to rent in the Catholic ceme
tery this morning. A requiem mass
was solemnized in bt. 1 homes church
by Rev Dr. Lucas at 10 o'clock, the
services being largely attonded. The
cortege then proceeded to the ceme
tery. The ball bearers wore Thomas
Padden, John Kearney, Patrick Burke,
Thaddeus Burke, Thomas Mullen and
The marriage of John Lorenz, of
Scranton, formerly of this place, to
Miss Mary Craft, daughter of Mer
chant Peter Craft, is announced to take
The tonnage sf No 5 mine of the
Dslaware aud Hudson company, for
the past month is the greatest, consid
ering the number of days worked, in
the history of the ompuUV in this
borough. The average daily output for
the period in question was about 1,HU0
Rev. Mr. Shaw, of Voorhesville, will
conduct services at the Presbyterian
church on Sunday next.
Harry Dill and Charles Milhaus were
in Soranton yesterday afternoon.
HONESOALE NEWS FLASHES.
The Maple City Pictured at Early
Special to the Scrnnton Tribune.
Hunksimlk, April 5. On the paral
lel tracks of ttie Erie railroad at their
pockets below town, an engine was
pulling a train o.' carl, the enginn and
cars being on special tracks and con-
WEAK MEN Yi,us ATTENTION
Is CA LLCI) TO TUB
. I hAUV tat.
Grill l.iiel.h Knmarly,
Cray's Spjciflc Medicine
IF YOU SUFFER Cim" Nf
I hi i VMllH 1i!
bility, Wnatne Of Boii" ecd Mlrnl. BperniS-
ferrnce, eild mtaoieeey, rial all iiveA that
arise frovl over MMln.fenoo nr,d (.elf sbuee, ad
Love df Mumory iu-'I ruwn", Ulnneaeof Vis
ion. Premet ira Old Aew and man' other nv
that in btSMtty rr Omirtprnptinn
mill an (arly vrsv.'. wiitofor n parapldrt
Addre.ii GRAY UKDiCINl' CO.. Buir.il",
N. Y. T'.io S;if.(i(lc MedlolUI i:- M M all
druitirlsto at S per packSfe, or sil' packages
for jfi.or Kent by mall cm reeelyt of money. hihI
with every S5.0U order VVE GUARANTEE
a ClirO or niOllOy refunded mmmmmmmmammmmmmmt
faVOn nccoiint of nainterfeltS we have
adopted the Yellow Wrapper, the only Kenu
Ino. bold In Soranton In Matthcwn hros.
CUGtfVlal UIM .tUU
nected by pole. Fred Hemplling was
walking between with his bands on the
pole, when it broke into, cutting off one
finger aud crushing the hand. He was
takeu to the officio of Dr. Burns for
At her homo on Main street last even
ing Miss Alma Yoiirt held a reception
and dance in honor of her cousin, Mrs..
D. Oalbert. of Scranton. A large num
ber of voting people enjoyed the pleas
ures of the evening. Fruit, cake and
cream were served.
On Saturday, the 21th, in company
with their father, Misses Catharine and
Charlotte Dorllinger, of Whito Mills,
will sail for Europe.
The vestry of Grace church at their
meeting last evening decided to givo a
call to tbo rectorship of the church to
the Hav. Mr. Lewis, of St. George's,
New York. Mr. L-twis preached hunt
on Sunday but and pleased all his hear
ers. The vestry elected H 'L. Russell
senior warden and D. II. Menner,
JOTTED AT JERMYU.
Brevities of Greater or Ln Importance
Special to lee Scranton Tribune.
Jbhmvn, Pa., April 5 T. Flitcroft
and Hart Curran of Scranton. George
Piere of Greenfield, an I John Peter
sen of Carlisle, Ph., were Jenny n visi
C. L Ball, baing the lowest bidder,
received the contract for the erection
of the new school building; price
$5,800. The ground will be broken
Arbor Day will bo observed by our
school and a number of trees planted
ou the campus.
A number of our young people met
and spent last evening very pleasantly
at the residence of C D. Winter.
Calvin Vail, of the firm of Swick &
Vail, transacted business in Carbondale
At the meeting of the council this
evening it is hoped the question of
sewers will be suttled. Let us have
sewera or decide that wo will not have
them Many of our cltizus have put
in private sewers und others will io
the same unless we have pnblio drain
age. A. J. Biker is homo from Baltimore
Medical college for a vacation.
James Merrick visited friends in
W. H. Lutey will build a row of
stores on the corner of Maiu and H.
A meeting of the stockholders of the
Cooperation bank was held last eve
ning W. R. Moore and family were the
guests of C. F. Baker last evening.
Mr. and Mrs Frank Baker and chil
dren attended the golden wedding an
niversary of Mrs. Baker' parents, in
The world is always interested in the
cure of consumption; yet its prevention is
of far more importance. Dr. Wood's
Norway Pine Syrup is guaranteed to cure
coughe and colds. Sold by all dealers on a
guarantee of satisfaction.
MOSCOW NEWS ITEMS.
Paragraphs Fereonal und Otherwise Pre
pared for Promiscuous Perueal.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Moscow, Pa., April 5. The home of
Mr. ani Mrs. J. N. Bennet was invad
ed on Tueday evening by a large num
ber of their friend, it being Mrs. Ben
net's birthday. Among those present
were Mr and Mrs. Simpkins, Mr. and
Mrs. Gardiner, Mr and Mrs. W. B.
Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Posten, Mrs.
Brown, Mrs. Bartholomew, the Misaes
Sue Pylr, Mollis Noads, Sophia Simp
kins and many others
Mr. Labar, of Clifton, has moved in
J. D. Callegan's house, on Van Brunt
Mr. White, of Daleville, called on
friends in Moscow on Tuesday.
Miss Kite Slielthorn was surprised
at her nome, with Mrs. Frank Pelton,
by her numerous friends oe Wednes
day. Justin Swartz has moved to his farm
about a mile and a half from here.
A farewell social was given by the
ladles of the Women's Christian Tem
perance union thiseveniug at the home
of Mrs. George Gillilnnd, who will
leave for her new home inGouldsboro
in a few days,
Giorge Travis, of the Baltimore
Me.lical college, is at home with his
parents for the summer.
Several new cases of measles are re
ported. M. J. Martin returned to the Cornell
University on W-dnesdav.
will not develop uniformly
unless they gel sullieient
nourishment. They will be
thin, weak, hollow-chested.
the Cream of God-liver Oil
and Hypophosphiles, over
comes the tendency toward
thinness and makes children
strong and healthy. Physi
cians, the world over, endorse
Don't be deceived fiy Substitutes!
Pfftiureil by Scott A B0WM N. Y A ' f
Having secured the SHOEIXU FORGE of
WlllUm Bluine & 8"n for a permanent busi
ness stand, I shall (onduct lidentlflc and
l'athoioKii'ai Shoeing lortiio Prevention, Ko
Hef and Cuie of I.hhk nets and other Impedl
mentsin tho movements of .Horeea Incidental
or duo to Imperfect shoeing. 1 shall give the
work my pornoiisl itttenti- u and guarantee no
extra charge, except for iiniuoveiiunt. Lnmo
DSSS, ell-., will bo located afternoon. A free
clinic and iirolusuioinil iiUvico given ovcrv
Monday from i to - 1'. M.
JOHN HAMLIN, D. V. S.
DKITBB NIIOK CO., Inc'p. Capital. 91 .OOO.OOl.
11 s! &i.r0 IHOfl IN thk wuiu.n.
UA dollar nnvcd is a dollar tarnrrV
TliiI,n ll-VM,lM TirtH h noTiKnlftKUlniit.
ton lloot delivered frro unywhero in the U.S.. on
receipt of ( anri. Money Order,
or ToAtnl Note for (l.M).
Knuul every way tho boots
Mi'd In nil retnll otorei for
I'i.M. Wo nmUe this boot
mnu'lves, tlicieloro wo guar
niter thejUi sfve and tflfur.
iiid If nny ono is not satisfied
wo wilt refund tho money
K, & BB.
Dexter Shoe Co,
I BOSTON. MASS.
Sptcinl terms tQ JJatct4,
JtegivVv.Mry K,r M,n(nuo(herpa;
JSv-U'tj " ' 'W - v T" r Ciihiph
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Hood's Never Fails
Business Man's Experience -Cured
Mr. T. W. Hani,
well known business man In Pittsburgh, Pa.,
n rites the letter given below. Mr. Ilaus Is gen
ni :il agent for the Maine granlto quarries and
contractor for cemetery and building work, hav-
i;ih an oftce at No, VUS Penn Avenue.
"C. I. II I ft Co., Lowell, USSS.:
"Gentlemen We haves very high opinion of
imiii Hood's BarsaparlUa and Rood's Pills at
our house and with good reason. 1 have taken al
most every remedy known lor rheumatism, and
feel Justified In saying that Hood's Sarsauarillu
Is the only one that does me any pood. 1 must
admit I have not taken It steadily, but only
when 10 pains ot rheumatism came on.
Hood's BarsaparlUa has
Always Civcn Mo Rtlicf,
and like many others, ns soon as I am well I
never think of medicine again until the next at-
tack. Wo are never without Hood's Sarsapa
i ilia anil Hood's Pills In our house, aud have
recommended both to dozens of friends. When
any of my family are taken siek, no matter with
what disease, the first tliin;; we do is to givo
A Dose of Hood's Pills
and follow it up with Hood's Sarsap.irllla. 1
might write several pages In praise of this ex
cellent medicine, but think 1 have said enough
to convince." T. W. Hats. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Hood's Pills arc prompt and efficient, yet
easy in action. Bold by all druggists. 25c.
Dr. ED. Grewef
The Philadelphii Specialist,
Ami bit anpalated ttal! of Ensileh and Ger
man rLji8iciaii8.aru now iiermauoutly located
Temple Conrt Building
.11 1 BPRUCE ST.,
Where lliey may bo roiiMiltod DAILY AXD
Tbe Doctor Ik a graduate ot tbo University
Cf I'enpeylvania, formerly demonstrator of
physiology and mrgery at the Medlvo-Chir-trKlcal
CoIIoro, of Philadelphia. Ho le alio
an honorary memlior of the Medico Chli ur
fical Aeeoriatlon. and naa physician and
eurgoon in chlof of tho most noted American
and Gorman hospitals, comee highly indorsed
tw tho leading professors of Philadelphia and
His miny year of hosDltal experionoa en
ables thli eminent physician nnd lurgeon to
correctly dlagnoso ami treat all doformitiei
and diseaees with tho most flattering eucceee,
and his htch standing in tho etato will not
all w hlra to accept anv incurable easi
LOST MANHOOD KKnTOUKD
WEAKNKS8 or YOUNG MEN CUUKO
If yn" havo noon given up oy your phytl
clan call upon the doctor and be examined
He cures tho worst casus of Nervous Dobtlity,
r-crofnla, Old Soros. I atarrh. Piles, Fomala
Weakness, Afloctions of the Ear, Eyo, Nose
nd Throat Asthma, Deafness. Tumore. Can
eel s and Cripples of every description. Con
nltation In Ehullsb and German Free, which
h ill bo conalderod sacred and strictly coull
dential. i Hi. . Hours: 0 A. M. to O I'. M. Dull,.
Sunday, t. a.m. to 2 in.
Bank of Scranton.
Statement lVb 'IS , 18(11. cnllod for by
tho Comptroller ot the Currency.
Loans si,3ir.,"40 on
Ovorilraits ill 7.117
I nltvil States Homla 80,000.01)
Other Iloillls ni:i,A7H.7.1
Kanlilng House 28,07-1.46
Premium! on U. s. Botidt.,., 943. 7S
Dae from t. s. Treasurer ?.:on.oo
line Iroui Hunks 208.410.7:1
8. 205, SCO. 00
Capital $200,000 00
Undivided Profit 00 180.06
Dividends I upniil 334 MO
Deposits,' 1,S6 1.0(10.84
Iluv to lluuks 60..100.50
WILLIAM CONNKLt, I'reslilont.
clo. it. catlin, flee-President.
WILLIAM II. PECK, Cashier.
William Council, George 11. Catlin,
Allied Hand. James Arrlibulil, Hnnry
Uolin, jr., M nil,,,, T. smith. Luther
This bnnk niters to ileniisltore every
faoillty warranted bv their balances, busi
ness and responsibility.
Special attention given to business ac
counts. Interest pnld on time deposits.
APRIL 6, 1894.
Your choice of three lirnutiful
pictures, "Telephone (.! ill," "De
livering Christmas Presents"
nntl "Maidens Swinging." Bend
by mail or messengei or bring
coupons like this of three differ
ent dates, with JO cents, stamps
or coin, to
Cor. I'enn Ave. nnd Spruce St
There are hundreds of young nieu and young women in thlj
country who have splendid ability, but they havo never beea
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
Has been an inspiration to hundreds of young people. If yoa
are tired of inactivity and want to do (something tangible,
come to the College.
COMMON ENGLISH C'OUKSE.
""""""" cut"t- F. E. WOOD, Proprietor.
KERR 4 SIEBECKER
tra Super, yard I
wide, usually j
75c. and S0e., j
We still have a few
patterns left of the
40c. Tapestry Brussels.
406 and 408 Lackawanna Ave.
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"No star was ever lost we once have seen,
We always may be what we might have been'
A HAPPY PATRON OF
THE RICHARDS LUMBER CO.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
With everv $50.00 purclime or ovir
with everj $?o.00 rurchaie 11 Dinner Set
Our (39.00 Outfit is ditplayed iu our
A few of the prizn hava not been
aanie will pleaso call.
Chenille Curtains, $3.25.
(An unusual bargain.)
Extra heavy and extrs
Imported Tapestry, Satin
Derby, Satin Damask3,
Satinette Fringed, V yds.
Holland Shades, fringed,
Hartshorn Rollers, 50c.
each; usual price, 65c.
The most complete
in the market,
Hull & Co.
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fuu nuu lvi m n iu ru niu.
'Economy' will do the
They will furnish your house
notice and give vou
are bound to suit
trouble you durin
we will preient a Clock (Cathedral
window. Soe it
called for. Those holding coupons