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TTTR SCRANTON TRTBTTITR TIITJ1?SDAY MOttlTOTO. APRIL 19. 189.
Sciatic, sharp and ".outing
paint, strains ami ttv.i'.
nenet relieved in one nun
, to I iv the O i w vka Am i-
1'ain 1'i.Asi'Ku. It instantly
relieves weak. Mutual ""
lu)', btck uehe, uterine
tslti .nt.l weaknesses.
A V V V pains. It . i,'..7 .v. the ner
SWJvmi force, an,! hence
cores nervooi peini an J
muscular weakncH when all ethers tail.
Tri.-f, 3c. ; live, $t.ix. Al iltl ilrm:Kil or by
BUil. iVrtbU l.fl. AN.' Chum. C.'kl-., I'hisIoii.
LET BIG VALUES IN
LITTLE THINGS SUG
GEST THE GREATER
VALUES IN THE HEAV
"Man wants but Uttl hero MOW,
Bat woman want bMp;
Bet lifo la full of UttU iranto,
If they rc onlv aheap."
Daisy Ribbon?. Id a yd.
Regulation Curling Irons,
Bteel-point Hair Pins, 2c. a
Invisible Hair Fins, 2c. a
Shell Hair Pins, 18c. a doz.
and 3 c each.
Safety Pins, all sizes, 5c. a
Fine Pins (won't bend), 5c.
Linen Thread, 7c. spool.
Good Lace Thread, 7c. spool.
Darning Cotton, 2c.
Real Hair Crimpers, 3c a
Thimbles, 2c. each,
tape Measures, 4c, 7c.
Brass Rings, 2c. and 4c. a
Fancy Cord. 6c. yard.
Rope Linen, 4c skein.
Linen Fringe. 6c yard.
Coats' Spool Cotton, 3r:C.
Best 100-yd. Spool Silk, 5c
Star Skirt Braid, 3c.
Embroidery Silk, 4 spools
Llttli Lr,-.1, GHMM4 on tha Ptonaar
sytrial to th Afonim fVfeavM
CrtRo7T. r.R, P., April 18. The fol
lnwtr.e it the fpirt of tna bnsiness
done in Carbon 1l pst fifaow rinring
th r p-st ttWIIsc Mareb 91: Anni
1. 1803. loJanM 88; .Inly I lo
Soptmbr 20, til 53; OetOtMf 1 to
Inibr 31, 13.517 00; .ftnnarr 1.
ISM to Mrcl 81, fi.m 37. The re
port hr,7n nt iMtim over ImI
Howard Joint, of Forst f.'itr, main
a Ti.it to thi any thin afternoon.
.1 J. JmowMk waa a Reran ten viitor
Th lappet arffl by tbe Ii.ptlt
llt9kW AM swatv this Tnint5 in tha
chapal waa literally patrorr.z.fl In
connection with tha anf,r"r a literary
anrl mnaiaalo proramm wu ramlars'l
rl nrinsf th amine
I'jaaph AI'XAn'lor, of 8!Tntr.n, waa
a visitor in thi city thin ftrn'r.n.
The atoros ',t many of onr Main
placia are hiing edOTDOd with new
Three hnn'lr.l an'l forty-aix dolltfl
waa tha amount reellied from tna ra
nt ball which was iivri in benefit of
th OwbootelO hovrnl.
A nak thief stola a pail of shoe
tU moroint? from th atora of .. W.
iimoclt. Ht r,tra'l tha.Salim arannn
antranra ari'l lifta-l th'im from the dl
play In the window.
'orifa Mecham, of Ilirizhamton, ia
on a hnsinaaa visit to thi city.
Mia Mary JJaan, of DttBBOMt ' T'11 1
itiri(r frui(la in town.
Kan IJp.AfJAOr. rnn.c. murh oirkri".",
ni hail Hood nmi Improper action of tb
livr ami kidotri i bod droliioM to Um
liurnan avatem, which ilurdock Blood
llttt ru ly.
The birrest bargain yet thoo
I TRIBUNE BOOK COUPON. 1
l'OI It T Mii'.n OOCPOXI, pro-
Matad ait The TrlbOBt Ofltoa, r-
0t I'Aiin nvfinnnnil Spriiei- liealet,
ealttlea the holdar to oil the priv
r tin. onpantlleled offer
for dlttrlbntlag popnlor imiii
otnong inir reader, 'i he offer node
hy Thu Trthoae maoegoneiit rii
an fill low.:
IT. t'l'.M S nml Fear OttapoM for
any Tolotna n the Ootnaibaa si
rloa. Oti-t I4M CfrTe te feleot Iroiii.
Concert Given by
dpaWdl to fftd iVrraiifoii 7Vftiin.
HONBSDAIA Pi, April 18 Tbo
grand aucred contort at Bt .lobn'H
church Inst night drow tosrvthcr tht
mnjor part of the uiunioal titleut of
lloueidalo well ns a nrg nuiu'uar of
the lover of aoiiu. The cburch wa
well filled, but the programme which
had been ao cnreftltly aelecteit ami pre
pared merited, n packed houe.
At B o'clock ti e concert opened with
a Krftlu' chorus, "Tuntum Brgo," by
st John'i eholr. Tbti tbrlUlng pton
WM a tittiiiK Oponlng for what Ml to
follow, Ot)t ol the pleasiint teat lire.,
which ptrhtpj oicap'd many uu
DOtlCOd, wna the protnptDOM Willi
wblob each new MloottoD waa ren
lend. TbON were BO tireiomo pAttltt,
Wblob are uanallv tbe cue
William Kallllmn huh i; "I'.ce Pant,1'
Millard, lu a highly plvaimg BMBDOF,
A duett, "0 Balatorli Hoitlo," by
UInn Mkdgo Hirmaa and UlnnU
Uetlly. did Kreit credit to thi) young
ladt.M Proboblf one of tbe lineal
pttOM of th evening waa the trio that
raUowtd, "Ave Maria," Bonjamlu
Owon, by Mum Blla Dohtrty, Mr Bn
tvrt Ktllj and Howell lvi. Tbtr
va hatdlj a atir during thu rondOfloi
of i'm. nelectioii : a long breath ol
MtilfaotlOO from the audience fol
lowed. Tbo protrrammf throughout wa of
tbo Ugbwl character, and the excel
lent manner in which thy were mng
' a port of each. Solo, "O Saving
Hunt,' bv Mia Maine Kelley . "tiloil
in Bzeoitlr," Qonnod't, by tbo oboir;
tenor olo, "lu Native Wortti." bv
Howell Davit; duet "Rookol Agts,'
Misa Annie rallicbau and ThoUM
Kiunertv, Jr ; aud (OpMno olo "O
s il utarn," by Mi BIU I'ohertv, with
Onto obligate by Obafloi Hentley made
a closing of the highest character,
IN AND AROUND ARCHBAIO.
Hatter and 1 h 111 O.naral Int. Ill
fiawotal to tAe sVroatoa IVfoaao
Abchbald, April 18. Arobbald i
Don to hv a Wotkly pair It will
bo oallod Tbo citizen and will proba
bly make it appearand next welc. A
atloman from Olypbanl with con
lorablo nowapapor zptrlonw will be
the publisher, and tot the proaont at
'.ast it will ce printed In Olyphant
There i rocm bare for a live weekly
v. 1 there i no reaon why tbe new
j umal ibonld not trop?r
im 'rrow Poatnaator t-'Hourke i
axptotod to take obargoof tbopoatot
rice. Mr CoagroTe ha Bniabod up hi
work an t ha everything iu readlues.
for bil ucceor.
Fred Kmback ba returned from a
brief but pieasaut viit In the west.
iMoceph. the iufant on of lr. ami
Mr- J J Kelly, died early thi morn
ing after a brief illue. The' funeral
takea place tomorrow rbnrtday) after-
By a ingular coinoidenoe three per
I on tolay sustained painful injurie
by teppiog on rusty nails. James M
E.ton tppd on one while doing car
: enter work at JaniM Simpon St Co.'
I mine, and Charles Tiuiliu aud Patrick
Loftu. of Wayne street, sustained
imiiar Injarle while removing an old
fence. No serious results are antici
pated in either case
A large delegation of Knights of
Father Mathew went to MayHeld this
evening to attend the fair or fat
A'.oysius' oeie?v at Jertnyn.
Mr. John A. Foote spent the after
noon in Seranton.
i ; wing to a break in one of the en
gin of the Creoent Eiectric company
t ,ere wi no electric light furnished
here last evening or thi evening.
Mr. Km back, of South Main itreet,
was in ficranton.
The pupil of the graded school will
hoi 1 a grand entertainmnt in tbe
school building on .Saturday evening.
The proceeds go to th library fund.
Mr. D. biake, of Hill atreet is aligbt
Mr. F, J U'Boyl ha fnroiahed each
of the :hool in the graded building
with new faucets and basins Hereto
fore th water nsed in th entire build
in.' w.i drawn fr .m one fausit.
Bswanior Fnacoa-Be sure yon ge',
tbe genuine lr. Thomas' F.clectric Oil. It
enres Cold, Troup, Asthma, iJuofniHs
OliRYEA DAY'S DOINGS
EV r'.ammsn' bv the Alzinl Society.
ft-r(a' lo the srrnn'nn Trlhw.
D . ITU, Pa., April ll The AdffOnd
Literarr and Debating society will
'ivn a pnbiic. meoting Fridav. April 27
1 be following ia the programme to tie
....Miss Main waring
that a tra'ln is Door
a proieaadon, Afllrroa-
Sugg, ( linrlfs I'rlre;
Mead, Mlcbael Dixon,
. . Mi Ssdin Benedict
. . William Mainwarlng
Mlis Anna Ward
Journal lames Clark
J I!. Iia k. of Archbaln, called OB
frian Is Vera yetr lay afturnoon
Mr. White, of Clark's Summit, 1 the
gnkst of Mrs Cbtrltl Marcy.
Tn many frionda of Rev J. L If ao"
will glad to hear that the rnverand
gentleman win oontlnoe bli paatorata
The l'reaivtrlan cbapsl will give a
phonographic c.onrrt Hatonlay even
The employee, of tbt Penmylvaola
Coal oompany received tn.ir pay ye
nock since Jnnp, 1800, when ebot by
Larry l'ost. The bullet was lodged
nwar thesbouhlHr blade and uiiieh prob
ing wm necssary to eOeotltl removal.
Although the onuriitiou wa a painfnl
one, Mr. Capwell did not allow it to In
terfere with hi Hchool dutie.
Crlp Parairraiiha Hnlattnir Mews of a
Am' to ine SoroAloN XVlbtuta
JRRMYM Pa., April IR John H.
Griffith is confined to the house with
Samuel WaMidv broke his arm while
cniiling on Monday 'uiit
Mr. aud Mis. Charles I lav is, of Ceiue
lory street, ntleiideil the luner il of the
child of Bdwin iioweii in Dnntnora
Bobble the only bild or Klwln
Stnbb died Tuaaday morning, aged i
e n, B mouths and '.'I days, the fuusral
win take plaoe Wedneiday afternoon.
Interment in Boia Bill oemetery,
l,uit forget the concert under
I lie auspice of the Cltilim baud, al
(JBlmore hail tbia evening
lirnnis McUoVem was the lucky
bidder of ticket No. Q0 which drew
thi' door prll on the Ural night of the
Si l,n uini fair.
The program laat night, was well ar
fled out as follows Duett. Mi.S'S
linrke and Walker, recitation, T'hoiu.is
Ncalon; solo, Mis Urudy. The d00(
prize was a paper rack Thu Fair
Journal which appoan dally i a cred-
ble iheel ami is well patronised iy our
Mi-is Ploule t,l,'s, of Seranton, is
the giwst ol Mim lOdith havi
iKnit fail to buy a liokitt for the OOD
tata lu the Congregational church on
Fridav, May IS.
i. I T'avlor.i, f T'oinpkinsvill trans
act. -d bnineai In Jormyn veatardny,
John t arrel, ot lower Stain street, is
improving his property by meeting a
The t 'iioptioii at tbe First Haptitt
enuieh in honor of llev A F Sanford
was well attended. Mr Sanford did
ev ingeliatio work here last winter and
mony of the new lueiubvrs were pres-
edt to tu t loin welcome,
The funeral of tbe only child of Mr
and Mrs I', Twin Stubbs took place v.s-
Urdav afternoon. Interment in li ise
T'h concert of the Jermyii Citizens'
band last evening was well attended,
I'revioll to the evening entertainment
the band paraded the itreet and dis
coursed weet mulc.
T he attendance at the fair of the St
Aloyalna society is steadily increasing
1 he attractions last night were aleo
tiou by the St ir drum eorp of Jermyn
aud the Knights of Father Mathew of
Arctinaid. i no door prize was a
obeoilla table covor.
The irrepressible small boy bas now
to answer lor nnothar misdemoauor
esterday one of them threw a hat
which lodged in the rapidly revolving
wheel of llieodere lownonds bicycle,
breaking th machine.
Forest House today : A. II Brown,
Seranton; Itobort F. lieeve, Jermyn;
W. L. Andrews, Seranton; VV. J.
Harry S. Skeel, ono of tarhondale
most popular young inon, wa giveu
th fraedom of the "city" today While
liere be waa chaperoned by Knu Station
Agent, U. M. Hlicpberd, oue of the
Klin's moat obliging agmifa.
tcev. llavid Fvan. of Kingoton, re
turned to hi home today after a few
day sojourn irt Voreit City.
Attorney 1, p. Weil. .man ll profus-
iouallv engaged ill Seranton for to
I'ho debate "Rtiolved. That Napo
leon as u obtiraQter wa to ba adnalred"
look place last evening ( treat mi t
was ibown and Itood argumont pro
limed 00 bolli aides. The jttdgM, At-
Lornay li p, wedaman, Tbomai
llrown, sr.. and Mus Jennie Adam,
Uoldad in fay, it- ol the negative.
HI LLSTf AD ITfMS.
I lit. LSI
I'arional and Oth.r Notes of
from a l.tva Town
flpeotOlfO IAe .Vniuhm Vntmn.
II t fin m, Pa., April IN Mrs I.
DV and Mrs A. M. Sllkva visited
Mrs I i ilus i ',ii neuter is visiting
friends In Foster.
ir. and Mrs. ( '. N, VauneaH wer
visiting friend in Montrose yesterday
Mrs. I,. I) Siiumniis and Mm II. it
Tanner went in Pingbainlou on Tut
T he ladies of the Uaptiat church will
have a market day on Saturday.
The Railroad Young Mwu'a Christian
aaanciatlnu library in this village has
bout BOO volumes nml noarly "00 are
giveu out each month.
Tb board ol directors of thu I; ol
road Young Men' ClirlHtiru asiociatlon
of this place have deeidod te sol apart
one Sunday in each month for apscial
aorvio for men
Railroad Young Men' Chrittian as
loolation choir will practice on Thura
day at , In p m I tin goapal mooting
on Sunday will be addressed by mem
bers of the hoard of director nud
Tlyspap.la and Indication
lu their worst forms are cured by the
use of P. P. P, If J ell am debilitated aud
run down, or If you need a tunic to regain
Beeband lust appetite, itrengtb and vigor,
take 1. P, 1'., and yon will lie strong and
healthy, r or shattered OOnatltUtion and
lest manhood P. P. P, (I'ncuiy A.h. Poke
Kent and r 1 , - hi is the Knur of all.
medicine. P. P, P. is tbe greatest blonlf
purifier in the world. For sale by all
We have the hand-
ancl Drawing Room
negative, T. H.
A Lively Lattsrfrom the Land of Thrifty
Qpeciu. to raa ocranroa tnhune. . - e
btroudsbcrq, iv, April is -The son ie st line ot Jrarlor
trout fishermen do not report the best
kind of luck. The recent heavy torm
has swollen the streams and made tbem
very muddy. Visitor from out of
town have not yet begnn to arrive in
M H. Sivscool was in Eiston on bu
ines. this morning.
C. van r.tton and family have re
turned from shohola. pa.
The Hon. Ueorg P. liaser is viBitiug
his friend, Joseph Kerr.
Mil Helen Schock is atPhillipiburg,
Miss Nettie L. Mervile, of thi place,
it spending a wk in t resco.
Jthn I'edrick an I wife are guest of
Aaron Lrooks, ot hast ntroodsbnrg,
Htirry Kacener caught seven trout
yesterday, three of which were eleven
Uiu Lizzie Mervine, of Mount
Poeono, spent Sunday and Monday
visiting friend in Strondsburr.
Miss Adeline H'ilig has returned
home after a three weeks' visit among
friends In North Wales, (.uakertown
I rank Robert, of Camden, N. J
formerly a resident of Delaware Water
was in town this morning.
Mr Jennie I'.tirger purchased what
ia known k the Rily farm on Moii
day, The farm contains eighty acres.
and with th" stock was eoM for 13,000,
Thorn H. Fsrr and E. L. Steel, of
I'niiadslphi.t, are guest of the Indian
Messrs Mchetridge & Thnralow, of
tho duckery, will on April U ship to
.vewiorg lor the- farm allow, which
open on tlm 87tb Instant, at the Mad!
son Snnare iardn, sixtn hundred
bent ";.'g and btwan two or three
hundred duck's eggs
a Iwar I llellrnn. of NowYork city,
called on his friend, Bigloy, on 'fliurs
Bill BoMi of Mcrnnton, pvnt Nuinlay
with her tri-ii'l, Alary Davis.
it. m iirsicnaii'i wire, ol Willi"
I'.irre, were registered at the liidim
tn"en hotel, Mr. Drakn is dlapatohet
at vviiior r.arre on thu Wilkes Han
and B i.tern railway.
i V. Mcneiv .y, g"Tieral aiipnrm
tendentoi th n. y. s ,v w ll It., (
V. Demarest, paymaat-r, and W. il.
Slanle, trai kmaster, were gueat at the
Indian Ijiisnn bolel yesterday.
i . 1
ever sliown in tins
state and we would
like vou to see it.
B R I C K
Best In the market,
" :K.NTS and Knur Cam poll
any bonk In the KiikIij Serins.
B CFVTS anil Four Coupon
any book in the Oilnril series.
M L Blaif, Alderman, .'.Ui ward, Seran
ton, Pa., staled Nov W, 'M.I lie had used
f r. Thomaetcleotiio fM for Bpraini, born,
rnts, bruises and rheumatism. Cured
KEV5T0NE ACADEMY NOTES.
T'nrnRrnDh of Interest to l-Men'le .f
Well Xnnan Insllt'iHon
A,eriVl lo tlir Nannltm 7V'il'ae,
FA'KiltVVlt.l.K, Pa., April IS School
opened on 'I nesday with iulte a aatia
F M. Carpenter, who has been do
log business In VVillitnantln, Conn., for
the psat yaar, haa returned to ion 00 1
and will graduate with the class of 111
The very line weather which W0 are
now enjoying afforda ezoillenl oppot'
tunity to engage In out. door ipoftt,
and tudents aro taking atlvautage
Mis Ettfi Phillip, of Dti Kytr, N.
Y.. ia Spending a few day with bet
ooniln, lrs k b, Wbitforl
Among the new atudenta who have
registered are tho following! BUi"
lielcher i.nd (Iritce May Howell, of
South (ibon; Mary Kllen Fry and
Hattie Fva Shupp, of Fast Lemon;
Vida Frnniea Sherman, LanOXVilUi
Saliio Helen Paaaett, senttviiie, Ralph
M. Archibald, Lenox; Warren (. Hen
sen, Katonvill; David D. Cure, Jor
myn; CharU Flwin Freeman and
Robert Hurl Carey, of Seranton.
Tho many friend of R. U. Capwell
are pleated to note the lOOOOUfol effort
of Dr. Nowton and Heller to remove
the bullet which he ha carried In hi
FOREST CITY FLASHES.
Current BVantl Oorrcotly Ileported for
ll'irrlad ..oil -rs,
Fitrttoi in the Saroofon IVfAuaei
roRtST CITT, Pa . Anni 18 - llrltlsh
American lealge, No rj73, Urdet Bona
Of Bt LHOrgO, have engaged the Oela-
brated ' lolnmbien ti m. n , of Boran
ton toning at I hair cone rt next Mini
uy evening, pril , 111 tho o)rn
I en i" I hi llu r tnttit I composed of
young men of unusual musical ability
who barn established an nviah1t repu
tation I er harmonious hlumling of
tone, evenly balanced and well cnlh
rated voices and for brilliant stvle they
tland without a rival in the I i.-1-tn.
City. Some of PorOat City's beat talent
will at, pear on the programme, wh ich Is
n ful low:
Selection i olumhlan Ijunrtetln
Addree itev. f, QendaJI
Hong, "Anchored" Henry I'arr
Song. Selected Al rn leol ge M a ley
Song, "Noble liny'' p, Thomas
Recitation, Boleutad Mamie Reynold
Song I). J, .Inn,,,
selection Colombian Quartette
Brandt Clay ProductCo.
PPlCBt Blngbamtoa N. Y.
PACTORTf Brandt, P
I A') dlan l,vro"
Ity the Pbllharmonle nice Bodatf
Song, "Only Bpeal K unity to Me''
Mrs. S. Mnv
Recitation, Baleoted . ..Manda Reynolds'
Song, "The Hong I hat H.airhed My
Heart. ,MaV Watkins
BoSg, "Plaoai a Itltd" Iteulah Mines
Intel., I' lew I onitlv lleva"
1'rof. J. I,. Morgan and 11. J. Jonns
Song, Selected P. It. Thomas
Selection t'oiumbian Quartette
Tho above 1 an tiniiesliy fino nro
gramme.aud tnosn mieeing it will have
cause to regret. Price, 15, 25 aud US
The following wero registered at the
Bt Paten, Peon.
Like a Young Man
Although 71 Years Old
Rhoumntlsm Cured and Strength
Clvon by Hood'a.
"('. I. BoodAOO , UVell, Man :
"1 have taken thro bottle ot Bood'i Kan-
naiilla and am now uiliiu the touitli. I call
truly lay It has uiado a new muii ot me at my ail
Vaiioed age of Tt. 1 have I Uttered with rhemna
Ultl bir many yeais. got tan VOaTI thefe liui
been a swelling lu my allies and alto meter lay
kne lOUlU, It was so eveie I SOU Id not 1)000
in wllle ail pain. NOthiUI gave me mild uu
HI allri I laaiiinencril n, lake II ! riurv.
n il ilia, i have oonttnued te hnprov b-aiiny
and the pain has Irfl my sides and knees, en
abltng me to Itoop to tlm ground wltUi-ase. I
am wit kha' lite a yeiuig man. tbaokl lu BOOd'l
Hananarllla, t iiiaUe it uuuukIi in n
lui a Ini' tie- I'eoil tl hai d'liic for nit-, not alone
I'M i In a mat t Mu . Iml ai0 101 kidney trouble
gHaoBmi a ski.i.kks, Bt i'eteis, Man.
HoodW Pillu cur i QnitlpaUoq by n iter
lug uiu pertttaltlc action of u.- alimentary canal
Dr. K. Grewer
The Philadelphia Specialist,
And bla asaoolated tafl of Eiutllsh anil Ger
man 1'hralclaLa.are cow parinaneLtlj located
Temple Court Building
31 I SPRUCE ST..
Where they may be consulted DAILY AND
The Doctor Is graduate ot the University
of l'l'Dnsylvaaia, formerly demonstrator of
phymologv and surgery at tbe Medico-Cblr
oratcal College, of Phlladeli hla. H la also
an honorary member of tbe Medlco-Cbiror-Klcal
Aasocistton, and wa physician and
turgeon In-chief of the most noted American
and Uerman hoanltaU comes blirhly Indorsed
by the leadlug professors ot Pbiladelvhla aui
nil many years of boeoltal eiperlenea) n
bles tbls eminent physician ana surgeon to
correctly dlaguose and treat all deformities
and diseases with the most flattering sucreaa
and bl likh standing in the state will not
all w htm o accept any Ineurable caw
LOST Mv.Mloiili t.i -i, ii. i i'
WEAKNESS OF VOUVG MKN rURRD.
If you have rsnsn Riven up ey your physi
cian call upon the doctor and he examined.
He cures the worst caaesof Nervous Debility.
(Scrofula. Old Borea. i atnirh. Piles, Female
Weaknesa AtTectinna of tha Ear, Eye, Nose
and Throat, Asthma, Deafness. Tumor. Can
cel end Cripple of every description. Con
imitation In English and Gennan I'-ee which
shell tie considered sacred ami strioUy confi
dential ill. IIomm: O A. H. tu 0 1'. M. 1
aniiday, O a.m. to V p m.
Bank of Seranton.
statement Feb 99 . 1894, relied for by
the fuinptmiiei of the Currency.
UKMll iu r.
l oan l 1 i l, on
United Mates llonds
I ... I. 1 1 II
rreniillttni en 17. K llotnls
line from I'. S I rrusnrer.
line front Hanks
1411 11411. ',4
Siii i'lu : in eon 00
linillTl'led l ,.ilis AIIINIIOll
Clreillatlon VJ.000 00
ll 1,1. i, , l I niielil SSI .10
llrooslts.' 1.SOA0O0 54
Hue to Hanks 00,300 .VI
That we are beadqnarteTI for everything In
Hie line of UAH his, If yen have nnv Idea
of purchasing my kind or a watch, lady 'e or
gent s. i mill , MVer, yon will make a grluv
OUi in i ii k. It yoado Oo! Hv" a call and
get our pi-iees, which you will tlud far below
allotnerx, espeelnll hi all the truth grades of
Elgin. UalMiain and Hampden movements
it you Bays any doubt aud arc nt all pnstiHl
00 price g, usa eaU aud we will havo no
troutile m convincing you. We still havo a large
stock to dispo.o of, mid will offer yon won
derful Inducements In JewrtlT, Hllvorware,
Clocks and all other goods which we have In
C. W. Freeman
Penn Ave. and Spruce St
Wll tMll I OVMII, rreblrnt
til l) II 1 I 1, Ice rre.lilent
WILLIAM II I'M K. t e.hler
xviiiiam ConnalL Qeorn h, ratlin.
Alfred llsnd. .lames Arililmlil, llenrv
llellii. Jr., viiin,,,, T. s.eun. Luther
Thl lintik offers In ilen,
I,,, uu, warranted be their balnneee, iut-
ness ami resp,,iisllillitv.
hperlnl attention given tn linslliess ao
eooOta Interest publ on time dpolta
National Bank of Seranton.
W.W. WA'I SliN, Vice President
A K WILLIAMS, Cashier.
SAMpnr, HiNra, jamm m- Evfruaut,
litviNo A. 1'iNcn, Piaaoa B KiM.ar.
JoaEI'll J. .Ii inn n M KKMKIlKlk,
CUA. P. .Ma 1 1 ui u a. Jona T 1'ohtkh.
W. W. WAISo.v.
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
This bank Invites the patronage of buslaes
SB and Arms generally.
400-402 L.icka. Ave.
"Always the Cheapest"
Dry Goods, Ladies' and
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Notions, i'ancy 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.
All New Goods
FAR BELOW REGULAR PRICES I
il 06 1
The greatest bargain in the market. A few of the
Brass (Onyx Top) Tables left at $6.00.
406 and 408 Lackawanna Ave.
"BOILED DOWN" 1
Just lo Give the Editors a Chance
A DETAILED price list of our im
mense stock of Furniture, Car
pots Baby Carriages. Refriger
ators, Mattings, Stoves, Crockery,
eve. would crowd everything out of
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.
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 ioc-piece Din