The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, April 18, 1894, Page 8, Image 8
I 8 THE PCBANTON TlttBmfL'-WEDNESDAY MOHTSTITTr. AI'UIL 18. is;4. I SPECIAL 2 DAYS' SALE NOTIONS LET BIG VALUE 8 IN LITTLE THINGS SUG GEST THE GREATER VALUES IN THE HSAY IER LINES "Mho wants bnl little horo lelow, But veomnn wMiitH it beep: lU-r life in lull of little winn. If they ere only cliaj.. " Daisy Ribbons, lc. a yd. Regulation Curling Irons, 5c. each. 3teel-point Hair Pins, 2c. a paper. Invisible Hair Pins, 2c. a paper. Shell Hair Pins, 18c. a doz. and 5c each. Safety Pins, ail sizes, 5c. a a dozen. Fine Pins (won't bend), 5c. a paper. Linen Thread, 7c. spool. Good Lace Thread, 7c. spool, Darning Cotton, 2c. Real Hair Crimpers, 3a a package. Thimbles, 2c. each. Tape Measures, 4c, 7c Brass Rings, 2c and 4c. a dozen. Fancy Cord, 6c. yard. Rope Linen, 4c. skein. Linen Fringe. 6c yard. Coats' Spool Cotton, 3c. Best 100-yd. Spool Silk, 5c Star Skirt Braid, 3c Embroidery Silk, 4 spools for 3c GORMAN'S Highest of all in Leavening Powlm. Latest U. S. Gov't Report. 6 F ... til VU I AfiSOUTEIX PURE fifiCr! UAID AND VICINITf. ONEll? CITY NOUS. GRAND DEPOT PRICtBUflG PcNCILINGS. and Jollification by Throcp's Cltizme Oth. r Local of Inmost. Svecial to the Scranton Tribune, pRKEDCRii. Pa.. April IT. The citi-r-n of tile new incorporated borough of Throop are feeling jubilant. Flsjfs are liyirtu f rem every buildii.g and they had a grand parade yeiterday to com memorate the iniDortant event. The procession started from Bellman & Co ' store, headed fty a band. J. P. Lsasier, Wilkss- Barre corre spondent of the Scranton Republican, wis in town yesterday, f. R. Thomns, A. J. Davis and J, W Davis, all of Scranton, registered at the Central on Monday. The many frtends of Lnke Kelly, of the BoulsYard, are nrgine him to be come a candidate for coanoilman of the new borough. Janes Brown and James Ean are also mentioned as possible candidates for the same office. Election will take place on May 1. 1894. The Eagle Hose company held their usual monthly meeting in their rooms on Monday evening, business of great importance was transacted. A dele gate from Throop Hose company wax in attendance, Patrick Langan the genial clerk of the Wayne house is the proud owner of a team of greys, which he purchas ed recently. Eugene Rafferty, of Dickson, is slightly indisposed. it it rumored that somo of our we'll known politicians abed bitter tears when the saw the parade. MINOOKA METEORS. Nswa of a Hustling' Suburb Told In Bright Sstericss. Special to tli Scranton Tribune. Minooka, P , April 17. An infant son of John Blaekam, of Davis street, lied Monday afternoon of measles. The funeral will take place this after noon at 2 o'clock. Interment in Forest Home cemetery, Taylor. A 8-year old ehild af Patrick Lydon, of Stafford street, died Monday night. The funeral will take plnea this after noon at 3 o'clock. Interment in Minooka cemetery. The onse of Michnel Costollo, of Joycotown, ngainst James MeDarmott, of the sum" place for felonious wound ing, will likely be celled today In court. For many yours the residents of Joycnlown hayo been like the pro verbial Kilkenny cats. Nearly u year ago C'ostello and McDirmott became involved in a dispute that, ended in GoStello'l K'ttinir ii dose of hnckshot in the lg from a musket fired by Me tis r mot t. MiigiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiig TRIBUNE BOOK COUPON. I rent or theta f;ouros, prr- S seated at The Tribune ones, ear- 5 n-r r. mii iiveniH' mill Hnriin., r.r....ft j entltlee the holder loall the priv- 5 5 Ili-gen nf the iinpuriilleleil offers 5 j for distributing popular i in 5 Z stnongouvr lets. The offers rnsds S S i The Trlbnee naaaseinent nr S na pdHowm 1ft I'I'.NTK end Four Coupons lor "3 ; nny vnluuM m Hie Celumbua s- 5 rleH.OverlOCIItlentnseleetfn.nl. 2 t s 20 CKNTS and four Coupons for g Buy linuk in the ICil;liy Betlee. .' E 35 CENTt mid Four Coupons for S e nn.v boob In the tlxiord series. 5 ilil9BIIIIII93!l.lllllllllHIII!llllIllllllS In teres lies 2C'.,vr- i ucfi; Gith?rrt,i by a RuatltM Journalist, ovriu to til., flurtnifoa IVAtNM Arohbald, Ph., April 17. While MM William Clark, Of. I'll h Sl eel, waa barulng refuse In iir garden tln afternoon, her draw oangbt lire and before the 11 linos were iiueueiiwi hi r rltfbl arm end imth uf Iter bands were severely Imined. WltOQ Mrs. ('lurk awlher olotbes on fire she ran to a fa ace I betide the iimis.- and turned te water on herself, But for in-r prtatnea of mind she would be seriously buriied, h8 there war DO one iienr to put out tli' ftsmss. hile playing with it piatol this nf teinoon, Archie Niobol, of Main street, shut himself in tne Index linger f his right b "id The bullet was removed by Dr. Van Doren, Martin Mabady, of Railroad street, who has been very ill with typhoid lever for several weeks, if steadily im proving and i ncuv beivad to be onl of danger. Ilis sister is still iu a criti oal condition. Tii is afternoon the funeral of John Sheridan's child took place, A ipecial session of th council wmh bold list evening. -Messrs Lane, cf frey, Junes, Blake and Padden were present. The auditing committee im ported favorably ou a number of bills that had been referred to them and or ders were ordered drawn for the several amounts. The bend or Treasur.T O'Ronrke In the amount of if 10,000 was approved, and John Farrell wis u pointed hili constable totneeeed John Newcomb resigned. Sixteen active members of ATobbbld llo.e eompany were x-,niited from the payment of borough Occupation tax. It was stated by Mr. Jones that thu traclioa oompanv waa about to bniti work ou their ex tension and he suueated that tho ro ad committee look closely after the m-in-tier of luyinif the truck on the hill be tween the present terminus "and the gravity track. Bad Draixaue causae much sickness, and bad blood and improper action ot the liver and kidneys is bad drainage to the human system, which Burdock Biood Bitters remedy. FORSST CITY FLASHES. O I."l .'.1 . A .vov porier'e Kidali RpMtattotht 6cm as on rVowiia CAHnoNDAbit, Pa,, Apiii 17 Uondnt t:r Ken wormy, at the Delaware and Hudson railroad, Ut evening h i I thre Qngers mi ins left band orntheil while malting a coupling ill Ihu Nineveh yard. Ou Wednesday evening, April 30 lluii AtkluMQ will bo nuiteJ iu mar liage to Misa Lnnra Tonkin, ilnt'ighur .if Mr. John Toukio, if us D.Hiok uve line, The ueremouy will lake place at o'clock p. ni. Airs .1. li Van Birgan, of pbnroh slrol entei lniiied as her ull sts tnd iV Mrs. J 1 Fonlbam, of Scruutvu; Mrs Thomas Dickson, of Norrlstowu.N. J,; ami Miss Cleveland, of Cbiongo Miss lelieltn McMillan ivuinied to New York today after 11 uton the' visit with her parenii in this cny. The Yonug Ladies' league of the Methodist onurob eUoted the following officers his: evening to serve duriug lbs enening years President, Buttle Par col; Vine president, Alioi Butler, treas urer, Mrs. j. V. Petbriokt secretary, Com Bell; ..srisluni s-cret.iry, Liiia Bronion R v. William Hiller, a former paatoi of the Metbodist ObntOtl nl this place, u the gunst of bis son, Fred, 011 .North Clinroh sire.e. The L idles' Aid society of the Meth odist obnrch serve their monthly sup pet toutorow 1 Wednesday) uveniug, BEWAMOV FKAVJDS Be sure yob get the gniiiiine Dr. Th.iuius' Uclecti ic" Oil. It cuies Oolds, (.'roup. Asthma, Desfneas aud Rheumatism. TAYLOR AND THCRf ABOUTS. Nevra from Notes of Genarsl Intnrost from Suaijaa henna's Eetsrprinina' Tiwn Swciil to the Scranton IWoase, Forest City. Pa., April r Rev. J. C Hunan's frtends will be pleased to learn thst he will b-the pastor of the Metholiat Episcopal church in this place for another yar. This will be . his third year in this pbice, an 1 the 1 church has grown strong numerically, I II well as financially, uuder his pitcr ate. A now parsonage worth 2,000, I one of the handsomest residences in town is almost completed, and nearly, all the money is raised. Mr. Hogau I has gained a wi le reputation abroad as being a champion advocate of tem perance, and Forest City people in geu- 1 eral, are pleased to welcome the return of Rv. J. C. Hogan. Charley Leonard was the happy pos sessor of a large catch of speckled ! beauties wbieh he waa di.-playing to friends last ereniug. Charley says it about three hours to catch tneni, hnt some of his best friends said be bought them from an expert fishurtuun who went fishing yesterday Joseph C. Lappeus, after a short va cation at his borne in this borough, returned to his school dutH'3 it Key stone Academy yesterday. Blanche May, daughter of L. V. nnd Lillie Arnold, died Sunday afternoon, aged 3 years 10 months and 9 days, of scarlet fever. The funeral was held this morning, beiutr private on acount of the fatality of the disease Inter ment was at Clifford, Rav. D. P. Lap pens officiating. The Woman's Christian Temperance Union will hold a parlor meating at Mrs. J. D Caryl's tomorrow afternoon. Elijah Carpenter, of Uuiondale, was looking after his business interests in this place today, IVorrytnr; a Itig Uatlroud. Them is a story attached to the OOBdtnV nfrtion proceedings instituted by the Chi cago and Northwestern Railroad company by whinh Bridget Burn : received IO,Cii for 23H test fronts gS on Kin.ie Ft rent, near Canal. Her busbstAd waa known as '"Micky" Barns to all the river men, ships' crews and stevedores in the port of Chi cago. "Micky's" junk shop whs a favorite place, nnd had a reputation that reached to every port on the inland lakes. Ho bought. some land on the rivor near Kinie snd Canal streets. Tho Northwestern roiul laid its tracks over the river to its depot on the north side, and it. btppSUed that they extended four inches on "Micky's" land. Them was talk of con ilntiination, but as the house was not in the way they were unsuccessful. xben the fun began. Abmt, four times ayear the railroad company nt hills of dntnawm from "Micky" fur the plnstnrthnt WM regularly shaken Off his oelllaas by the fevering of the train. They were em temj.norudy rejected, and the owner final ly strartnd to retaliate. He painted bis hoiisooocnnionnjly, and when lie did so or wrmtod to drive a nail over a second story window ho waited until It wne time for a traM-nto psslh when he carefully placed t he foot, of his ladder over oncpf the tricks. Just within his own property, and crawled motile rounds. The i.r.iiii.c.'iine. but. the engineer did not dnro'to.knook "Micky" down, as Imi knew tho mrm had a s-rtect right to do what be phwied on his own promises. 8a"Mleky" sat there' for hours, hauimering away or swiping n claplsmrd vfth a paint brush. No entreaties WOOjd bring litin down, and tho whole, system of the. Chicago and Nort h western was blocked. Several tines he climbed upon the ririgefKile of bis hOUM with a slK)Unin, and Umvitened to shoot t.lii' BntWngfiieer that drove an engine over hisKround. it took a good share of Chi cago's' police force in tlrbso days to get him down. A few years ago "Micky" died, and his widow, Bridget, diil not koep up the hos tilities, and at list was compelled to sell her lions". But nho got a good price for it. Chicago Herald. Livulv 'loioush Trsfl; Beeordd, Awcful 0 fit fleromfea TribWnt, Taylor, Pa,, April it a grand concert Will be held in No.ikes hall a. Lackawanna on May 8 nnder tho aus pices of Lady Washington lule, No '19 American Pro.etant Lidtea' assuci utioo, Many young people are spending leisure moments in gathering bouquets of irailiiii.' arhiitus. Mrs. M J. Lloyd spant today with fri-nds in this borough. Joseph Nolkie, died on Monday after 1100c, after months of illness, nt his home on corner nf Main and Grove streets. Ho was 89 years old and cam" here twenty em lit years a.'o. H" leaves five children to mourn his loss and wife of ne.ir his age. They are Frank, Ferdinand and Mrs. John Younghlorts, of Taylor; Mrs. Anton Fisch, of iSsran ton, nnd Joseph, of Detroit, Mich. The fnueriil will take place Thursday nioru Ing. A high mass of requiem will be held at the Gt)iiii:iu Catholic church in Hyde Park. Siieet Commissioner Rio5i is doinn gool work on Main street. The school board will organizo in Jnne. Henry Rich, of Wayne county, was iu town today. HALLSTEAD ITEMS. ErUf ar d Catchy Personal of In- iorat Generally. sclfll fe th Scranton Tribun: HALL8TBAD, Pa., April 17. Mrs, Gtnorge Deweny, of Bingbamton, who hus cen visiting lin aister,Ir8. George Lamb, lira returns I home. Jlrs. John Crook was visiting friends. in Bingbamton today. Warren Blmrell, who has been visit ing friends in Willinmsport. has re turned home. Will McCreary was in Binghamtoti today. ; rie Clnbloe, of Boston, will give a literary entertainment in the Baptist church on Friday evening under the auspices of the Voting PeopU's Society of Chris ini Bndeavor of that church. D, C Hamlin, of the Novelty works, was in BinghamtOn today. Henry Wtlbml nnd daughter Josie, have returned In ine from a visit to fries (Is and relatives in Scranton. Eeoosmn t VMS HlSMSSf MtDi:t AVTNesmtl Ktf sntimfOLlNHIUJCR AtCATARRH HEADACHE "SS Mill I II Kt'l . iw.. ..... . HoKierfiil bi.-.n to f u1Iitio F r ... S -..I... ........ '..i. n . i. Branekltlt, irllii i-rvi'ir , ImntSwtreutf. An eftirii'iit rcmMy. cenrenient In enrrv Mr. Wrilinm K. Vanderbllt smokfis a apooiartirnnd, which ho hna importnl from Cuba. Back cigar has a golden band around 'it, njsin which is Mr. Vnnderbllt's coat ot arms. At. wholesale in Cuba' they cost him twenty-five cent each. M. L Blair, Alderman, ftth ward, Scran ton, Pa., steiod Nov. !, '83: He bad used Dr. Thotnas'Eclectrlo Oil for sprains, bums, cuts, bruises and rheumatism. Cured every time. . i. '.' i.'i i'ii iii i iviirr. In nneset. reaty to n" n (li i in.i..- i.i -iillnietl IH IfferU IVrmnnent l ure. BaUtiSI tl'i'iinmiiinteeil nrmnnny rcl'tim;."f! Prlee, norls. 'trial fri-e at liniKirisis. I("mslere.l iiihiI. Ml cents. H. D. CUSHMAH, Kfr.,TtrM lUicri, lich., D. 3. 1 i oxpit-caacA-wsa MENTHA! TSs "Uct niiil safest remeiiT for nuraiL .. LiiskineisessosJJ!sema,ltoh.Hsll Wsjmlrt Soril Jlorni, OUU, Wonder-lil rem SrforPI.K. PrlecfSotS mlinia-nAI M sj;ts ..r i t roell prtpsl -s .1 ! re - n o.i.e P H L IV For u.iln ii v JhitihewH HroH.. Morgan llroa and MOtSjia I n. Complexion Prasorved DR. HEBRA'S ( viola mm Remoyci Frso'slns, Plmplun Livor Moles blacl.Seadsi Sanburn ami Tan, n'ld n stores tho skin to It.i oii;:l rat fMihnfiaa. tirrtntuitna n eleai and healthy com-f" Dioxion. BnnenortoiTi fun .Tciinritliins end porfocuy harmless. At all JtU!Sjlsts,ornHmcdorSOetn. Scud lor Circular. VIOLA 6K1N SOAP mi'T lonnmrfth'n M K Iklm (luriftlinc Hcsmp, HMHM Pt tltf tnil-t, i- l wlth-nit i rival ftrt" tli" nur'fy. AM"liitr-lf ruirn nxA (ItllimWy inf-sll-..-! At tlnifglain, Prln 25Cfnvj. G. C. BITTNEH&COmToi.edo,0. For 9$Xt by Mat Hi own IIrot ,Mor(cAnIsron.ntid MorHii V' Co. Everv Womai: Boffleiintej noods a roll able monthly rceulatiui, t medicine n nri 10 LSI . rCNL o PENNYROYAL PILLS, Are prnmiit, SSfS ami rerialn In rminlt. Thp a" ISO (Or. Penl'si nerer Slsiiprniint. Sent an whci ,. "I.'. 1'oiU Modi in.' c. , rii'veiiind t). Bold hy JOIfI H. riIKf.PS Phsrmaels corner Wyoming ayonne and Spruce street Scranton, Pa. r s What is More Attractive Than a protty faco with a fresh, bright complexion For it, uso Fozzont's Powder. ili UtiU AHOU.MO AVO, A Au Kulertainliix Write,' Uaooid of IDii'ly HuMisTitec (geotol to tie: ic. oiiiuii lyAifiie. Avoca, B.i.. April 17. The 11-inouihs-old child of iir. an I Mrs. Martin McGowan tliatdied OU Friday, Wai hnrii-d ynuday iii lie Mny'a cum) lery. The funeral was largely ut lended The Hillside Coal and Iron ootnpiny p i I their employes today. li. J McDonald, r Bersnton, spent yeaterdav in Avoca. Mr Kate Lewis, who has been riait. Inn friends here, returned to her hum -in Bi ad ford, Pa., nn Ifooday. Uv. Dr. T C. Ed Wards, of Ivinston, Will deliver his potmlar leoturn "A Trip to the G dden O In the Avo!s Priuiitlve Methodlel church on featur j.v ' reninc A;.nl 91, A Urge Hum .. r of peoiil attended ihi lecmi'u delivered in I'Utstoa las! evening it' ltv, D1 pj Clark Mrs, Martin CurWy, who has been a reel loin of this tuwu 101 uunv years, died I IP s I iy morning ,it h -r home un M.iiu nt I . el .Kiel uvea a hush. iil.l ninl ten children to UlOOm her loss, Willie Bitglien mid b'rauk Collins seut Bnnday evening with friends in Pitiiton, Ifisi Agnes Qilleiple spent Sunday iu Avoc. i Mr tUese, ot the Wllkea-Birre Ki cor I, w.ia a visilor to our town yet ter lav. llichnrd ll-are, formerlv of Avooa, but late ot forest City, spent Sun lay Willi friondi in town. Why ll Is Bstpanelve. Allit t C l .'I .line-. It costs the people ol ih United States each year, to be horn, i'j.'i.llllO.niSI; to lie married, eMal,0UO,UUUi aud to be burled, t7ll(IO,IMMI; Whiie to yet drunk the people p) 100,1 oil 1,000, A. l . 'A ' s; ,V... ejl m rr L 'i,". ,,st 'Viil . 2fn, Annie ScUrcincr AUentown, m. food's Is M Grandest Raised from a Weak Low Cctidicicii .r.ii To Porfoct Kcr.lth and Strength Afi.cz rcii.- Yccrs Suffering. "C. I. i'.oori A Co., Lowell. Mass.: "(Icntlcinon I think Hood's Sarj.iparilla Ii t;'.'.i srar.'Iot discovery yot mr.de. ar.ti it fuif.ls even rr.orc than yu claim for it. My wife lias been sicl; for the pa:t four years. For three years she "-as so tad that iie was unaiilo to do slty Of h?r lior.scv. ork. Wo had good riiy.iiclatis. ln:t olio did net recover her health. Sho Ta3 uScrin;: from Bright! disease and Lcrr.i.-.ess in tha Caclt. Her torijuo rai covered y.ith biistcrs ; had no appetite, and was very weak and low with sen oral debility. I insisted on her takis? Hcoii'.i SsrsapariUa, ani sho has been hnproving ever since Suo has taken five bottles, and is so well Hood'sCurcs Hut for three months sho nas done her house work, and wo have seven children." ACQ. BCBBKtXXB, AOentOtm, Tcnnsylvania. Hood s Pills euro liver ilis, constipation, biliousness, jaundice, sick headache, InuigcsUoa. TSIDIMIWK .et.SISTERCO, Indapo mane a wen Man of We." 17 n B sTTAA INDAPO Mil I. Ki lt HINDOO REMEDY PRODIVES THE AHOVI KUI LT$ In HO OATH. Cutfg All Ncrvuutt Dlea.ei, Kn I litis Mttnury r,trt'i, ni' iii' -nt --. itiiti r.miis- ttuti .-1 . i 'I - I i -t . i "i - irlvt Vlpur HtiUcUfl to vtiMinkcn oruitii! and quickly but surely roFturro l.oat l it ii L nod in old or vountr. Frttllvran led in tMsI pocket i 'i letflsfO e piolcafl. Six for $ft.00 with a ii i ii I en iciinrnnlft' to Hfl nr mntit'y refunded. Pon't li t utiy untirtiiriplod dr iKtflft sell vou any tnnn ol in.ittttum lnfit on hnvinir INHAIMI nonv nth-T It he hn not vot if. we will - t.i It hr mnll tipun m' of prlie. fnmphlet In vunltd envelope free. Add re Oriental Medical Co , Propa. , thicnito, lit, or our tfrtnti. SOLD by llatlhtWI Bros , Whulcttalc and Retail Dtnpaist-;. SCRANTON, PA., and otboi Luad inn lJtunKists. Tho GENTJINB New Haven "Mathushek" Pianos ESTABLISHED WOO. New York Wareroonis No. SO Fifth Avenue. E. C. BICKER & CO, Sole (IsnlerH in this section. OVFICB-121 Adams Ave., Telephone BTd'g WE BELIEVE We have the hand somest line of Parlor and Drawing Room Furniture ever shown in this state and we would like you to see it. Hill & BABY RUNNING SOKE Wantt S'el't Ever Seen, tags, IlundB, Anns, Body One Solid, Deep, Humility Sore. Bogsn (7sing Outlcurn. la Two Weeks Grout Improvement Followed by i: Complete Cure. Hy ch0tl betjan t" be irhen two months nlO Kesemaon IiIj Caco and peed. It ni.iiiy i,ri':tii over .ill bis iimiv. Bvety one vii wiw h.m SiilU iio v.-.is the worst tight they ovet .uw. ii,. nau fi ue wounn in llnni (..".in eve BO many HnOS ii '"'iv. and then lm WOUld sti, k iv.it to Ills Clothes. 1 could not draa htm alone fot months, ilia little logs, hands, and arms v.oii' iist one s.lhl d'jep running sorc. Ho was Horo r.n cvornut tho (loopo -totes ilns&oonnd jowKvI rri fii ,i ,". .'.., us in ilw ili-sli. anil wi ro swiil ,11 mi 1st Iw ,i i uoc looi i.i. 'i uhikl. ni' sroru iu, i wiir.-.r. hiii-i',1 j have o"oi seen ot thi klndi VVo bemui nslm the riwici ra RcMEnnss, and 111 Iwn ,','l,s M" l oil I, I ;i ':,'i at illllil'OVllllli-Ilt, unit now hr Is conitiletuly cured, His skin u smooUt :'ini wbtto,anil linsooins entirely well, rl'ortrall Inolosed.) Wearesoiliankful. would like io it'll en ryono who has a unfforlns 'mby about CuxicuttA. BflM. FRED. BATOIBTT. Wlnfleid, biUtiui County, Mich. CUTICURU WORKS WONDERS frrirrilA RBHBOIRS have offrirsl tlio most wonderful oumt ol toruirlna and dfstluiirlng skin and sealu diseusi nt iniauiH and ofnlilron evernx'oi.li'd. TlirynMnid lnsianl rrhnf. ,, rinlt rest and hii','i', nnd point ton isssly cure, whon Um host iliynlclans fall. Cruimts save your children yours ol needless suffering, cures made in childhood ar.' nominal nt. KnM thronghmrt the world. Irl"o. OurictlSA, Mo.; MoAP,sAii,i Usmlvskt, $1. I'uttsr l)ace mi linen. Uoap,,Moln I'TOprlutors, BoetOB. fri" " Ilfiw to Osra si. iii LIUomi i," rissdted BABY'S r s Hldn sod Pmlp parifiod um beaatUM byCOTK 17 iu duifs Abwmitoly para. WOMEN FULL OF PAINS '.( Find in Ontlenm Anti-r::ir. Piss. l y(i terlnstnnt sndantefttl relief, it V fL Is the first and only nauvkllllnir. -. sucujtbeni:: plastOT. Dr. E). Grewer Tbe Philadelphia Specialist, And his ssaoetsted itutr of Kncllh nnd er msn i iiysk'iaiis.uro now pcrmanoutli located Temple Court Building 81 1 BPKUCE ST. SCRANTON Whi-re ihuy may U. cunnlted DAILY AD BVMIIAY. Tge Doctor Is n graduate ot ttio Unlvorsity ci Feunsylvaun, formorly dfmonstrator of gjysJelogTand sarsery at the llodlco-Chir- wuvm ui rniiaasitinM Hi tm also f- - i i.. ...1' i i.i. i no is aigo i '.'vmuor oi ino nieaico iwOirur Jlcal Association, and wa physiclaa nd uraepn-inhief of tho most noted American nit Ucrman hospitals, comes hlchly Inuorsod by tho loading professors of Philadolphia and 1 '. .I '". . v, ii i-iin.,, IAUCI lOUUt Miles this eminent physician snd surgeon to correctly dlagnoso nnd treat all deformitiss snd diseases with the most flattering success, snd his hiifh standing in the state will uot sll w him o accept sny Ineursble case LOST Jlnhimii ki .iiii.i ii WEAKNESS Or YOU NO MEN CUKEI) 11 you have neon given up oy your physi cian cull upon tho doctor and be examined. He cures the worst casesof Nervous Debility, fcVrotula, Old Bores, i atsrrh. Piles, Kemsla Weakness, Affections of the Ki.r, Eyo, Now snd Throat, Asthma, Deafness. Tumors, Can cers snd Cripples of every description. Con sultation in Entillsh and Gorman Fres. wbiob shall 1 considered sacred and etriotly confi dential. liftlui, Hours: 0 A.M. tu 0 1'. M. llally. Sunday, U . in. to U p m. Third National Bank of Scranton. Statement lb 'H , 1804. called for by the Cum ptroller of the C'lirrclicy. HKSOlltCES. ' eans SI, 310,340 00 Overdrafts 114 7. .17 Tutted Strifes llouds 80,111111.00 Other Ronils ftlS,5TS.TA llnnklllg House '-.i.ii,: Premiums on u. s. Sonde,.,. t4:t 7ft Due from U. s. Treasurer 7,000.00 liue from Hunks 208.410.7:t Cnsli 14ll.040.ft4 .'-i03,fiftll.OO LIABILITIES. f'apllol S200.00000 sin nius '.' in nun on Dniiividcil Prottts on 180.00 Circulation 70,000.00 lilvldends I npnl,! S84 fill Deposits.' l,BS4,eeO ."ii Hun tu Hunks 611, .Hill. ftll s, SOS, 580.60 WH.I.IAM CONNKM, President. tlliO. H I ATLIN, Vice-President WILLIAM II. PECK, Cashier. DIRECTORS. VVIIllam Contrail, tienrge II. Catlln, Alfred Hand. .1 nines Arrhbiild, Henry Helln, Jr., v.ini .in T. Mniiii. Lutbsr Keller. Tills bank offers to depositors every in. un i warranted by their lialsiices, bust in .- anil ri'spoiiHtlilllly. Speeiul attention given tn business se en unts Interest paid on tlino deposits. in DON'T FORGET That wo are lmadquartors for everything In tho lino of WATCH !. If you have any Idea of purchasing nny kind of a Watch, ladv's or gnnt'a. Hold or Silver, you will make a griov oua mistake It you do not give us a call and get our prices, which you will find far below all otners, especially In all the high grades of Klgin, Wsltham and Hampden movements If you havo any doubts aud are at all posted on prices glvo us a call and we will hare no trouble in convincing you. We still havo a largo stock to dlspo'o of, and will offer you won derful inducements in Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks nnd nil othor goods which we havo In stock. C. W. Freeman Penn Ave. and Spruce St iiiiniisiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiigsiiihiiiiDiiitiiaiiKaitiiiri 3 a. I fcveryiii!! isfor feve AT rybody The Fair 400402 Lacka. Ave. "Always the Gheapesf Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishing Goods, Notions, Fancy Goods, Infants Wear, Cloaks, Curtains, Hoys Clothing, Boots and Shoes, etc. Commencing Monday, April 16, we will place on sale Special Bar gains in Every Department. II New Goods FAR BELOW REGULAR PRICES mliiUiilHUilllM I MAHOGANY $1.40 EACH. The greatest bargain in the market. A few of the Brass (Onyx Top) Tables left at $6.00. KERR & SIEBECKER 406 and 408 Lackawanna Ave. BOILED DOWN Just (0 Give toe Editors a Chance A DETAILED price list of our im mense stock of Furniture, Car pets, Baby Carriages, Refriger ators. Mattings, Stoves. Crockery. &c would crowd everything out of this paper. And we have too much respect for editorials to do anything like that; besides, of what use when all can be told in a single line. The Lowest Prices in N. E. Pennsylvania. Cash or Credit With every purchase of $50 or over we present an American Onyx Fin ished Cathedral Strike Clock. With $75 or over, a 100-piece Din- ncr set J Washington Ave.