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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL V2, 1894.
i I BCARCELY moro than hall
drt'36(!. No m.itlor bow fiuo
abonmt, bow elsgunt a dross Blie
may have, a neat p.iir of Gloves
is uec-juBiiry for tho completion
of tlm out-Joor toilette, and, in
fnot, maki'8 u; for n grent deal
th.it rai.y bolnckinc in other ar
ticloa of dress. You can get
Gloves Kid Gloves at almost
any price. Get them here. A
fiiir-pricod glovo is, however,
cheapest in the long run ; looks
better, wears better, and is guar
anteed not to rip or toar. We
have the Fostor Kid Glove, the
H'te Jouvin Kid Glove and other
well-know makes. Good Gloves
they are. Other stows have
tbpu, too. Tho only difference
i3 In the price OURS, of course,
being tho lowest. But the bost
Glove we have is the new
With Large Pearl Buttons,
in all the New Shades,
Tans, Erowns and Blacks,
How quick womn are to recognize
superior "style!" How they discover
that' our Hats are both beautiful and
beautifying ! Often it takes but a
look in the glns, a query as to price
and, presto! a sale is made.
OLYPHANT NEWS BUDGET.
l'.eme Caue-ht Krs and There ami
Toresly Ri irt.d.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
OLYPBaOT, Pa , Ajiril 11. C, M.
Putnam, of Dposit, N. Y., circulated
nmoos; friends in town yesterday.
Mr?. Willium Taylor and John Tav
lor atlciirtd the funeral of Mr Taylor's
Rister-iii law t Jersny Junetion, N. J.
They returned home iiist eraninc.
Tl.e D'lawar and Hudson Gravity
railroad wan completely blockaded by
now at this place today. At noon a
zaug of men went to work and cleared
;he track's by evening.
Mr M. W. Cnmmings and Miss
Ella Failden visited friends down the
Rev. F. J, Januihek left Monday
momiiitr to visit tbe southern states.
Mrs. P. W. Fadden and children, of
Dunraore street, are visiting relative
The C-moctha old child of Andrew
Owoes elifrd at his home on Hudson
street yssterday The funeral will
take place tomorrow afternoon. In
terment iu Union cemetery.
Wodneiday Martin Crippin notified
Mr. Williams, M. D. O'Malley, Mrs.
John Lawlor and others that the land
they had purchased from Dr. Troop
rightly belonged to the Delaware and
Hudson Canal company. Dr. Troop
purchased the laud about a year ago
lrom Mrs. Maria B Hull and children
for 42,500. The land in dispute is that
tipon which stood the old No. 1 breaker
which burned down abont fifteen yesrs
Tbe snow storm of last night and to
day had no effect on the street car
traffic on the Olyphant and Poekv ille
PENNED AT PRICEBU3G. .
Littls Lccals In R.fersnei to the Ifaws of
Special to Vie rtcranton Tribune.
Pricebcro, Pa., April 11 Council
man Patrick Long, of Main street, was
badly burned about the face and body
in Richmond shaft yesterday. He was
employed as timbermai and was de
pending tbe shaft in a backet, when
bis light came in contact with a blow
er, which csus'id a slight explosion.
The injured roan wi.s taken homo and
placed nudsr the euro of a skilful phy
sician. George Rankins, of Dickson, has ac
cepted th position of coachman for
William H. Richmond,
Tbe following guts havs registered
at the Central: Robert Mills and
George Adams, of Soruuton ; C. A.Birs,
of Carbondult, and Rngsae L ike, Gib
son, A large number of our sport loving
Hiizsiis atttnded the athletic tourna
ment in Srrantnn.
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THE NEWS OF
Out of town eorresponaonts ofTn rain
Unf. should slitn their nsmos in full to aoli
news lottar, uit far publiouclaa uut to guard
ARCKBAID ANO VICINITY.
Important Council Maetlna; Osnsral
News Tersely Bacotded.
Bfitcittl fo the Scranton Tribune.
AncnnAi.D.Pa , April 11. The heavy
snow fall of !.. t night prevented work
in Nil the mint in this vicinity today.
Mr. P. J. Barrett, of Hill street, was
in Serantou yesterday.
On Friday eveuing a meeting of the
Presbyterian congregation will be held
and a formal call for a pastor will be
drafted and presented to the confer
ence. The uougregation has already
accepted Rev. Mr. fc)haw, bat their ac
tion must be ratified by the conference.
At the last meeting of Archbald
lodge of Odd Fellows the following of
ficers were elected for the ensuing
year: Noble grand, Jobn Otto; vice
grand, F. Schwartztrauber; Becretarr,
J. Linderuian; assistant secretary,
Joseph Home; trustee for eighteen
months, Henry Myers. The officers
will be installed on Saturday evening
by DUtrict Deputy Soutag, of Jeruiyn.
Tbe Knights of Father Matbew and
the Young Men's Soeial club are about
to bold a grand entertainment, tbe
proceeds of which will be given to
Martin Maludy, a member who has
been ill for several weeks.
A regular meeting of the coaneil whs
held la: t night. President Lane pre -sided
and tbe other member present
war Caffrey, Blake, Jones and Pad
Jd. Mr. Jous rffered a series of res
olutions directing that all bills shall be
first approved by the auditing commit
tee before ordered paid; that the bur
gess be directed to make quarterly re
turns; that no work is to be din' on
the road only as ordered by the road
committee; that a polic committee be
created to ngage ooh pelie service as
may be necessary. Tbe resolutions
ware adopted unanimously. The resig
nation of High Coustabl J. J. New
romb was accepted. A committee from
Archbald Hom company asked cou
eil to exonerate tbe active members
of the company from the payment of
occupation tax. The committee wns
directed to furnish a list of members
to tbe council. Mr. Jones suggested
that the money derived from tbe
licensed saloons oo the Ridge be de
voted this year tot toe repairing of the
roads in that part of the borough. He
a!90 asKed for four electric lights. Mr.
Blake and Mr. Kelly called attention to
the bad condition cf the roads in the
Tuird ward. These matters were re
ferred to appropriate committee. The
council appropriated $50 for the ex
pense of the board of health. Messrs
Blake, Padden nnd Cslfrey a police
committee. The road committee wits
directed to iosptct the roads on the
We authorize our Advertised druggist to
soil Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this
condition. If you are afflicted with a
Cough, Cold, or any Lung, Throat or Chest
trouble, And will use this remedy as di
rected, giving it a fair triul.nnd experience
no benefit, you may return th bottle aud
have your money refunded. We could not
make this otter did we not know thut Dr.
King's Now Discovery could be relied on.
It never disappoints. Trial bottles free at
Matthew Bros', drug store. Large size
50c. and $L
FOREST CITY FLASHES.
Eflvcts of th Grout Storm Personal and
FjKcial In the Scranton Tribune.
Forest City, Pa.. April 11 John R
Hawkins, of Binghamton, N. Y.,
formerly a prominent busint't man
of tbis place, is in town today.
Another snow storm has visited tbis
locality at tbe time in which we expect
to lee the fragrant arbutu and other
flowers blossoming forth. I' ha been
raging furiously for the past twenty
fonr honr.4 and the storm king still
reigns. Tho sidewalks are drifted and
the whole town enveloped in the beau
tiful. Work at the mine had to be sus
pended this morning and a small at
tendance of scholars was reported at
the school. Trains have run on time,
but a bad night is anticipated.
F. J. Osgood, the popular solicitor
for the Southern Building Loan ssioci
ation, has issued seventy shares of stock
in Forest City tbis month.
Fred Bivin rsturned today from n
week's visit in parts of Connecticut and
New York states.
The Epworth league held their
weekly session Inst night. Miss Lena
Reynolds gave a biographical sketch of
that honored American noet, John
Greenleaf Whitticr. Miss Lottie Rey -nolds
recited a pleasing piece in ber
ftultltss style, and W. A. Price read
n essay on J. G. Whittier, which was
Last evening, through the courtesy
of the management, ladiec were admit
ted free to the opera house to witness
the play, "Under the Gaslight," by the
Wonderland company. A large num
ber of ladle took advantage of the
kindneM Of the manager "Oliver
Twist" tonight, '"Streets of New York"
P.emarkod bv K. C. Joiner, at Allen P.
0., Hillsrlalo Co.. Mich.: "Nothing gave
my rheumatism such quick relief as Dr.
Thomas' Ecloctric Oil believe it Infallible
MOOSIC AND THEREABOUTS.
Bright I'aragr. i i , Personal and O.her
wlit , from a Qritoiful Writer.
.-Mini to the Scranton Tribune.
MOOSIC, Pn., April It Edward
Jobntou, formerly a resident of tbis
town, but now f Peaobacot, is visit
ing friend in town.
Miss Mary Martin, of South Main
street, is ill at the home of her grand
parent, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moine,
with tb mump
Mrs. E. T. Blaekmir, of Brook street,
is recovering from her illness.
Harry Conner, of Mill City, is visit
ing at the home of S, B. Corby, of
North Main street.
Mr. Frank Wlldrirki and souk,
Charles and Wadey, of Miuooka uve
nuo, arc visiting relatives iu Nineveh,
The News of a Day Told In Crisp Para
Special to the Scranton Tribuni.
Mayi iild, Pb., April 11 Ik Men
dleson nude a flying trip to the Pio
nttr City last evening.
Miss Delia Hosie, of Forty Fort, i
visiting at Ik borne of Petriuk Dtirkin.
The strtct csrt are cot running U
duy on account of the suow.
The Glenwood, Erie and Keystone
collierie are idle for tbe remainder of
Mrs. Patrick Dnrkiu went to Pittc
ton to attend the funeral of Patrick
Noon, of that plttce.
Charles Hoyt and Q. J. DeGraw at
t'T.ded a surptife party Monduy bight
at Jirrmvn in Honor ot tlio twenty
second birthday of Charles Soutt.
Mrs. Frank Smith is visltiug friends
Miss Nellie DeGraw is visiting at
"Burdurk Blood Bitters taken after eat
ing will relieve any fouling of weight or
over fullnets of the Btomach. Sold every
where FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Stocks and Gundi
The following complete tablu showing the
day's fluctuations in kctivx stocks is supphad
and revised dally by Lallar A Fuller, stock
broken, 121 Wyoming avenue:
Opuu- Hi i: Low Clos
ing, out. est. in,
Am. Cot. Oil ....
Am. sugar. N lH WN
A.T.tS. F 15 15 15 15
Can. Ho 51 51 51 51
On. N.J 1M IU 114 111
Chic, ft N. W 1141 10!IU 1141 IWK-
a, b. & q si? mi KIM iH
Chic. Gas tavi m HI HM
On On 0. & St. L... 10 411 411 4Uij
Col.. Hock.Val. ft T
D. ft H 14U UU 140 1404
D.i L. ft W
D.AC. F -II 20 2-V.IJ 20
;5rlo 17 17 17 17
(4. E. Co 401(1 41 411 41
Lake Shore 12014 1S9 vm rim
L.AN 51 514 !154 m
Mine. I'ac :UK 31 !H 3114
Nat. Lead Wf 4i H'. 405a
N. Y. v N. E 11 U M
N. Y. Central 101 101 101 101
N. Y..O. ft W 17 17 17 17
N. Y..8. ft W
U. S. C. Co 224 W
North I'ao.pf 21 2lTi 21 tlU
Omaha 40 4n2 4" 41
I'ac. Mall 17 17 17 17
Reading 21 21K 21 OH
Rock buand 71 71 71 71
R.T II W "
St. Paul M4 t 4 4
T..C. ft I H'14 IHVi ID 1UU
ToxasftPac II t)i W m
Union Pac (ON 21 2i4 21
Wabash, Pr IHtj IS IS IS
W. Union X4i W M
W. ft L. E 13 13 10 13
W. ft L, E. uf 61 51 51 51
Chicago Brain and Provisions.
PcnANTON, Apiil ll.-The following tiuota
tiousare aupplivd ami corrected dailr by La
Bar ft Fullor.stock brokers.121 WyomlUK ave
nue. WHEAT. Mar. July. Sept.
Opeiilnif MM 03 IU
ll!gtit 02 IH Mj
Lowrst nS tt Kl
CloalDR 00 02 113
Opening 8S-M 40
Lowest rH 30 40
Closing 86 80 4u
Opening SB -mi 20
Highest 32 211 SC
Lowest 31 2 25(4
Closing 82 IU 25
Opening 1252 1030
Highest 1252 1250 ....
Low.st 1220 1225 ....
Closing 1220 1225 ....
Opening 7110 707 N7
Highest 732 7011 607
Lowest 7?J 007 WI7
Closing 725 007 607
Sll K r RIBS.
Opening 032 027 620
Highest 632 027 62,1
Lowest 622 015 620
Closing . 622 015 020
New York Proauoa Market.
New Yokk, April 11. Cotton Futures
steady; April, $7.50; May, $7.52; June,
J7.51); July, 7.5U.
b'roun Steady; receipts, 22.CO0; sales.
2,000; low extras, i2,05a2.45; city mills,
18.808.00; city mills patents, tS.OOsbt. 10:
winter wheats, low grades, r: '"'. .' 40; fair
to fancy, f2.4."a2.75; patents, fa.00a3.50;
Minnesota, clear, f2.50a2.0O; straight,
t8.S5a8.60: patents, H 00a4.45.
Kye Flovb Steady, 2.60H2 90.
Wheat Liull; receipts, 11,000; sales, 2,
550,000; No. 2 red .May. 68jf6tf0. July,
8806 ll-IOc; August, fitc. ; September,
690.: December, 71a"l;9a
RYI Quiet; wrstorn, 4857c.
Babi.ev Dull; No. 2 Milwaukee, 67c;
Corn Firmer; receipts, 19,000: sales,
115,000: No. 2 May, 44a44c; No. 2, 44'a
4ce. ; steamer mixed, 47c
Oats Steady: receipts, 137,000: sales,
10.000; state, S9al2c; western, 47a4Sc.
Bkef Steady; family, $12al4.
Pork Firm; mess at 81414.88.
LARD Easier: 7.t5.
Buttkk Keceiits, 205,0(0 pscksges;
(inner; state dairy new. I5a24e. ; do. old,
10nlli. ; creamery, new, 25c.
( HKESE--Receipts, l.tnib packages; fair
demand; large, BalSo.; do. fuacy, llal2c. ;
do. small, lOnlSJi'c
tOOS Receipt, 8,660 packages; market
demand, state, 12c,
Sugar Steady; crushed, 4 18-16s5c;
powuercd, 4 5-lfln4c; granulated, 4 5-16a
Petrolei'M Steady: crude, $6; refined,
Tallow Firm: 4j.
Hav Stendv: OOaW;.
Hops Steady. I2ai8c.
Lead -Firm; $3.45.
Coffke LJuiet; No. 7, 17.
Potatoes Sternly; New Yorks, $1.6.5a2.
Coal Buy; uuchanged.
LlATHBR Steady: hemlock sole, Buenos
Ay res, light to heavy weights, 10a22c. ;
Wool Steady: domestic lleece, 20s25c;
palled, lfia25e. ; Texa, 9al5c.
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
CENTR AL R A ILKOAD 0 FN. X
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Anttrncito coal uhoO exclusively. Insuring
cleanliness and i oinfort.
time taiii.f. in irrioi FEB. 1, MM,
Trains leave Hcranton for PlUtton, Wllkes
Barre, etc , at 8.10, 0.15, 11. ;W u. m., 12.311, 2 00.
3.30, 5 on. 7.25. 11.18 p. m Sundays. 00 a. m
1.00,2.00, 7.10 p. m.
For Ailontlc Cily, B. lis a. m.
For New York, Newark and Elizabeth, 8.10
(express) a. m.. 12.31) (exproaa with Ballot
parlor car). 3.3(1 (expreta) p. m. Sunday, 2.00
Fob Malxii CnuxK, Aixbktown. Betiilh
iir..M. Kastoh and Philadelphia, n.io a. m..
H30, MOl 5.i (except PbUadclpnls) p. in.
Sunday, 2 01) p. ni.
For Lotto BiiAKi'ii, Ocean Drove, etc., at
8.10 a m , 12.:i0p. in.
For UeaduiR. Lclianon and Harrisbnrf, via
Allontown, 8.10 a. m., 12 ii0, 5.00. p.m. Sunday.
2.14) p. m.
For Pottaville, 8.10 a. m., 12 !!0p. m.
IteturninR. lenvo New York, foot ot Liberty
street. North river, at 1.10 (express) a. m..
lie. 1.80, l.lin (express with Huttot parlor ear)
p. ul Sunday, 4.91 a. in.
Leave Phuadelpbia, bcadlof Terminal, 9.00
a. m.. 2.00 and 4.;n p in. Snnnsy, 0 27 a. in.
Through tickotatonll points at lowost rates
may bo had on anilicntlnn iu advance to the
ticket auunt ut the station.
H. P. BALDWIN,
Den. I'au. Agent.
J. H. OLHAtTSEN,
DKI.A WAUK AM1 lirir.
JL SON RAILROAD.
' ' i , I : n ' - r j mi' i, ; , ,-i, I
trains will run aa follows:
Trillin leave Bridge Stroat
Station. Scranton, for I'ltt.4
... W W .... n ... a
MM Mmli u:i7- W.48. in.. 12.10,
m " 1,25. 2.38. 4 10. 5.10, 3.18, 0.15
ffw r ana j i tio p. m.
A " For New York and Phlla-
' delphla, 8 00 a. in., 1210, 141
2 38. 4.10 and 11.30 p at
Fur HonecdaieffWin Delaware, Lnokawanna
and woitorn depot), 7 03, 8.30, 10 10 .m , 12.00
m., 2.17, 5.10 p. in.
For I'nrbonilale and luterinedlate stations.
5.40, 7 00, 8.00, 10.10 a. m . 12.00 in ,2 17, 3.25,5 III,
6 20 and 0 35 p. in.; from Bridge btreot Depot,
2.H3 a. m., 2.17aud II 35 p. m.
Fnat oxpreos to Albiiny, Snratoga, tho Adi
rondack Mountntns, Boston and New ICnglnnd
points. 5.40 a. m.. arrlvin; at Albany 12.45.
Saratoga 2.20 p. m , end leaving Scranton at 3
p. in . arriving at Albany at8.5i'p in., Sara
toga. 12 55 a. in , and B ston. 7.01 a. m.
Tlio only direct, route between the coal fields
and Beaton "The Lendlim Tourists' Itouto
cf America" to tlio Adirondack Mountain re
(nrtt, LakeaUeorgeaud Chainplaiu, Montreal,
Time tnbloK slionlng local and through train
sol vice bet u een statloua on all dlvl-Mis Dela
ware and HudKoii Bjstcni, may tio obtalnud at
all Delaware and Hudson ticket ofhYi-s.
K U. YOUNU, J. W. BURDIOK,
Bei olid Vice President Don. Pass, At.
A Handsome Complexion
Ib one of tho greatest cbanna a woman can
possess Pozzoiti's Ookwuxiom PowDaa
The Pionasr '."It Vividly Pictured In
.M '" the Scranton Tribune.
Cabuondale, Pa., April 11 On o
count of u. storm tb remain of
Henry William were not taken to
Clifford today. Tomorrow morning;
(Thursday) they will ho takn there for
ititoncont, leaving here at 10 o'clock.
Extentioa preparations are being
made by the Columbus band for their
bull on Tuesday evening of next week.
Dan Hart recently employed at
Cranes' store has accepted situatiou
at the Delaware and Uuudiou coui
psnys' coal pocketo.
Joseph Brnnunn has uono to Bran
ford, Pa., where he nccepts a possitlou
us luaiiftKer of u telephone exchange.
J. C. Hnhn has returned to his home
in New York after enjoying a visit iu
this city, tho guest of C. A. Kafka.
Intelligence has been received hy Mrs.
William P. E Mores, of North ObaTOO
street announcing the sudden death of
her brother, Colonel Horace Biois
Bnrnhiiin, of Richmond, Va. Mr.
Burnham wa a former resident of
The ball of the Cottage Hoae com
pany will oscur on Friday evening.
April 20. A grand ttrno 1 being looked
Hon. M. E. McDonald, of Scranton,
wus among the visitors iu this city this
Frank Berry, of Canaan treet, at
tended a reception in Scranton tbis
On account of tbe severe torm which
ha been raging since yesterday after
noon, the traction compuny have failed
to reach thi city with otrt car sluce
J. Vandermark is beautifying his
residence on Washington by the erec
tion of a handsome porch.
Rev. William Edgur wbs in Scranton
this afternoon uttoudiug thesesjioni of
the Wyoming conference.
Mrs. M. Schxenborgor, Beaver Dam,
Wis., writes: "Wo hsve used Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric Oil in our family for Coughs,
Colds. Croup and Rheumatism. It cures
Beecham's pills are foi
biliousness, bilious headache,
dyspepsia, heartburn, torpid
liver, dizziness, sick head
ache, bad taste in the mouth,
coated tongue, loss of appe
tite, sallow skin, when caused
by constipation ; and consti
pation is the most frequent
cause of all of them.
Book free; pills 25c. At
drugstores.or write B.F.Allen
Co. ,365 Canal St., New Y'ork.
Best in the market
OFFICE: Binghamton, N Y.
FACTORY: Brandt. P
Msniifartnrors ot the Celebrated
100,000 Bbls. Per Annum.
Tbe GENUINE New Uavea
Now York Wivroro ims No. 80
E. C, RICKER & CO.,
Side dealers in this section.
OFFICE IOa ADAMS A Vlv
BE SURE AND
get your choice
One coupon and one Dime.
All Run Down
Alwa ys Tired, Sleepless and
Blood Vitalized and Strength Re
newed by Hood's Saroaparllla.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
" For u couple of years, I wus subject to feel
ings anything but good. I always felt tired, I
inuld not sleep at nigiit and the little 1 could
cat did not. seem to benclit mo any.
I Old Not Have Any Ambition
to go around or work and In tact was not ablo to
iln a Boodday's work. 1 happened to pick up a
llrsulU embracing advertisements and testi
monials for Hood's Samaparilla, and after read-
mg them decided to i;lve Hood's Sarsaparllla a
trial. I have taken five bottles and must say
ihat I have derived wonderful benefit from itand
Feel Like a New Man.
I would recommend It to all sufferers aud would
urge then not to hesitate but to decide at once
to take Hood's Sarsapaxllla." Paul M. Weber,
UU North Tenth Street, Heading, Pennsylvania.
Hood's Pills are prompt and efficient, yet
easy In action. Sold by all druggists. 23c.
Dr. E. Grewer
The Philadelphia Specialist,
AniJ Bfe "f00'""! tuf of Euuli.h and Ger
man Fbyalclaus.are now periaansntly located
Temple Court Building
8 1 I SPRUCE ST.
Where they nisy be con-.ulted DAILY AND
The Doctor Is s graduate ot the University
ef Pennsylvania, formerly demonstrator of
Physiology and turaory at the Medlco-Cblr-trcloal
College, of Philadelphia. Be Is also
an honorary member of tho Medlco-Chirur-glcal
Association, and was physician and
surireon-in-chiof of the most noted American
and German hospitals, comes highly indorsed
by the loading professors of Philadelphia and
His many years of bosoltal experleno n
sbles this eminent phyideiau and surgeon to
correctly diagnose snd treat all deformities
and diseases with the moat flattering success,
and bis hi, h standlus in the state will not
sll .w him to accept anv Incurable case
LOSI DIAMlllOII Kl lill. I !)
WFAKNKSS Op' YOUNC MKN CUIIED.
If you have neen givon up oy your physi
cian call upon tbe doctor and be examined.
He euros the worst casesof Nervous Dobility,
Scrofula. Old Korea I etarrh. Piles, Female
Weakness, Affections of tho Ear, Eve, Nose
snd Throat, Asthma. Deafuess. Tumors, Can
cers and Crl pules of every description. Con
sultation In Ennltsh and German Free, wblo
shall be considered sarred and strictly ci i.a
nnice Horn,: 8 A.M. to 0 P. AU Ilallj.
Suuilav. O a.m. In ! p m,
Bank of Scranton.
Statement Feb. 38 , 1804. called for by
the Comptroller of tbe Curreuoy.
-"an" SI, 16,840.00
I Mir. 1 States Honda 80,000 OO
Oilier II. .ml. B1:i,fi787ft
Hanking; House 38,044.40
Premiums on U. 8. Bnod,,,, 04:1 75
Due rrimi V. 8. Treasurer 7 OOO OO
Due from Banks 908,4111 73
'-' .' o -,.-,n no
""'"las 940,000 00
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WILLIAM rONNKLU President
GEO. H. CATL1M, Tlro-Pnsldnt
WILLIAM H. PUCK, (.'aabler.
William Connell, Gonrire H. Catlln,
Alfred Hand. James Arehbnld, Unnry
Bel In, Jr., l III I mi T Smith, Luthar
Tills bank Offers to depositors every
In. Mil wan auled by their balances, busl
ueaa and responsibility.
Sperial attention uiv.-n to bualneas as
counta Interest paid on time deposit!.
We have placed on sale
our line of Ginghams for the
coming spring and summer.
Finer Goods, More Tasteful
Colorings and Lower Prices
than ever before, are what
will recommend them to our
400 and 402 Lackawanna Avenue
Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gent's
Furnishing Goods, Cloaks, In
fants' Wear, Notions, Boys'
Clothing and Boots and Shoes.
KERR & SIEBECKER
tra 8uper,yard I
75c. and 80c, j
We still have a few
patterns left of the
40c. Tapestry Brussels.
406 and 408 Lackawanna Ave.
HODS BE1 KG."
With 6Trv $50.00 purobRM or ovtr
with Try $75.00 purohast Dinner S.t
Onr S9.00 Outfit ie diaplayad iu our
A few o ht prizes hare not been
aame wm leaae can
on OPENING DAY,
Chenille Curtains, $3.25.
(An unusual bargain.)
Extra heavy and extra
Imported Tapestry, Satin
Derby, Satin Damasks,
Satinette Fringed, ly3 yds.
Holland Shades, fringed,
Hartshorn Rollers, 50c
each; usual price, 65c.
"The 'Economy' will do tho
They will furnish your housa
complete from cellar to garret
at one day's notice and give you
terms that are bound to suit
and not trouble you during
we will preicnt A Clock (Cathedra
window. See it
called for. Those holding coupons of