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THK SCEAIsTOjS TRIBUKE f H If R SDA Y jtiORNTNTGf, APRIL 80. 1894.
LARGE QUANTITIES OF
Spring and Early
FiJ Our Different Departments
Quick Sales and
Mark tho pvncress of our bnsing.
It is often the inry. How is it pos
sible to all tin) qnRutitit we buy?
The answer in, 'fis very tasv at
the value we giro at the prices we
W have mafle early purchases in the
markat of all the Latest Novelties
avid Staple Goods include ! m each
Jt-paitinent of Dry Goods. We
have the choice productions of our
American tnanufanturers and the
novelties of our foreign competi
tors. This season i no different from any
Other, at least in this one respect
that the prii-e always directs the
extent of the purchases, and your
money will go farther with 1.3 and
buy better -oods than ever
offered in this place.
Are constantly ap
pouring. We keep
fully abreast of
the times, display
log every fashion
and design as last
as they ave plarod
npon the market
French people are only a few days
ahead of us only the length of time
i: takes for the style to
er-te tho wit"r. Ft)W Wl Shs
Afw ... cag Sobm Brest
heap Step wi'.h the pace Val'.'ps
we are sotting. We Coup cd with
keep mom scratubliiu' Low
to follow our lead. Prices.
How the beautiful display chsrms
the ladies. Trettv Flowora, Bright
Ribbons, Gay Feathers, Dstiity
tlroarat-nfe these all eomhlue to
make this the loveliest Millinery
display that ever graced any store.
HATS! HATS! HATS'
London Novelties. Paris Creations
an 1 the Highest Domestic Att,
New tlitigs. StvlUh things Pop
ular Things, Exclusive things
Things that cau be only found
KcfSTONE ACADEMY NOTES.
Persirrsphs jf Intersil Concerning a
Fptcnl to th Scranton TViftua.
Factl'KV illk. P... April 25. The
number of new students is still in
creasing and the attendance now is
above toe average for the sprlug terms
David Cure spent .Saturday at his
home aear Iompkinsville.
Mr. GrroUlnjtr, the rector of Huck
nell UiTSTSitT, was a caller at tne
ac.demi gq ruoofloj
Amoog tbe students erho anticipate
entering Backoeil next year from Key stone
are EL C Downing, H. L. Faa
sett, C. N', Ledyard and . F. Thomas.
Tbe prize raiding! of tne young la
dies of the academy will take pine- in
tbe Baptist churcu ou Friday evening
of this week.
The stmlents' prayer meeting on
Tuesday aftrno'.n wae well attended
Tne leson was found in Psalms ;n8
Subject. "Why W .Should Praies God. "
Leader, Miss Anna Thomas
The Phi Mo society held the first
meeting of tne term on Friday evedng,
April 2u The following officers were
chosen Presldsnt. II C. Downiug;
viee presideut. E V. Kemtaerer, eec
retery, K. P HenwooO; treasurer, H
W. Mumford, lihrarian. W J. Mat
thews; r-ritic. F. M. Carpenter.
The Voting Men's Christian associa-'
tioti pronlsss to boom again. The
meetings will hereafter, when the
weatuer is suitable, b held in the
grov. on Sundays at 4 p. id.
H. L Fassett was sent as delegate to
the Young Men's Christian association
convention held at State College and
has returned with a very eatislactory
The banquet fur May S3 is now one
it the leading topios of disoussion.
Four Big Sucoaaaa.
Having the nfedw merit to more than
make good all the ndvortising claimed for
them, the following four remedios have
reached a phnornenal sale. Dr. King's
New Discovery for 'onsnmptlon, Conghs
and Colos, frh bottle gQarMMod Elc
trie liltters, the great remoly fur Liver,
Stomach and Kidneys. Bncklon's Arnica
Balve, the hest in the world, and Ur.
King's New Life Pills, which are a perfect
pill. Al! these remedies are guaranteed to
do jnst what is claimed for them and the
dealer whose name is attached herewith
will be glad to toll you more of them. Sold
bySlatthews Jims'. Orrjg storo.
Clipped from Canada Preshytenan, un
der signature of 0. lilackett Itobinson,
prop'r: I was cured Of 'if t recurring bil
ious headaches by Burdock Blood Hitters.
E. E. Greiaer & Son invito tbe peo
ple of Peekrille and Ti'cinity to oall and
inspect their BOBM-EMd baking and
eo cream, also fipe lin of mats at live
and let live prices. Meals at all hours
Give us csil. Opposite pootofloo.
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Maws Nugcsts Oathnred Here and Thai
by a Live Reporter.
BMCtatfO the Scranton TYibuns.
Akciibald. Pa., April 25. -This af
ternoon al 3 o'clock Mies Jennie Fiu
nerty, a charming young lady or this
place, was married to Taouius Bums,
of Providence, in bt Thomas' church.
The ceremouy was performed by the
rector, Hey. T. J, Comerford. The
bride was attended by Miss Lizzie
Speicher, and the groomsman was John
J, Finnerty, a brother of the brido.
The party presented a most attraotive
appearance. The bride wore a beauti
ful dress of lavender cashmere, trimmed
with lace.aud carried a bouqu-tt of Mar
echal Neil roses. The bridesmaids woro
cream eashmere trimmed with ribbon
The groom and his attendants wore
the customary bluett. The party en
joyed a short drive and later in the
evening a reception was held at the
home of the bride's paronts, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Finnerty, of Hill street.
Here uihuv of tbe friends assembled
and mado merry for a few hours. The
couple received many valuable aad
beautiful presents, the gifts of friends
and well-wishers. Mrs. Burns is an
estimable young lady atuLevery one will
wish her and he worthy husband many
years of happiness,'
Mrs. Jq.uq (Uarden, jr., was in Scran
James F. McAndrew and J. J. Kear
ney ate on the jury this week. Mr.
Kearney is a juror ou the murder case
now being tied.
Louis Jester's vaudeville and athletic
aggregation did not perform here 1 ist
evening. Manager White of the Father
Matliew Hall would uot let them. Si)
they were obliged to leave.
Kd Flood, of May field had his foot
badly mangled last evening while try
ing to jump off a Delaware and Hud
son locomotive at the breaker crossing
Ur. Vati Dnreu was summoned to at
tend to his injuries. It ia likelv that
the foot will be amputated. The young
man was taken home last night.
John A. Foote is confined to the
hocs owing to an injury to bis foot,
which he lOOtOinad bv stapplng on a
John McAtidrew, of Salem street, it
very ill of typlioid fever.
Today was a tolerably uneventful
one with the Traction company. The
workmen are making great headway
and now have the road prepared as far
se the Delaware, LsOMWMDM
Western track below tne Riverside
store. The ties are bsing 1st I as the
road i bring prepared, an I it is likely
the entire route will be covered within
a few days, The track will be laid in
the center of the road between the
Blvsrsids store and the Peckvillo bor
ough hue, although it was the inten
tion of the company to place it ou the
side until otherwise ordered by the
road committee of the council
There is a probability of a clash be
tween tbe Traotion company and the
Delaware and Hudson company with
reference to tbe crossing of the gravity
track The DslaWSTS and Hudson
company has a watchman at the cross
ing and will not let the Traction com
pany OrOSS, As yet the latter company
has made no effort to span the track,
but there may be fun when they at
County Surveyor Dunning Is at work
on bis map of the plank road between
the Delaware and Hu lson track atid
tbe terminus. He will have it ready in
a day or two. His sarvey has revealed
the fact that nearly all tbe fencts
along the hue of the track infringe on
the road la many iDStaOOSS to a consid
erable sxtenl Henry Ort s hotel is ex
setly ou the line ou one side of the
roa I according to tbe survey, and
Peter MilUr's fence is on the other. In
nearly every case farther up the hill
th fences sre beyond tbe line If Mr
Duanihg's survey is followed it will
make things rstber incouveuieut for
the property holders
Dyipepsla and Indigestion
lu tbeir worst forms are :urel by tbs
use of P P P if you are debilitated atid
run down, or it you need a tonic to regaia
flesh sud lost appetite, strength aad vigor
take P. P. P., aud you will be stroug and
l..h.ti). fur shattered constitutions aul
lost manhood P. P. P. (Prickly Ash. Poke
hoot ami Potassiatni is the king of all
rj e.licinea. P. P. P Is tbe greatest blood
punher in the World. Fur tale by ail
Sprightly Paragraphs Recording Passlsg
Events cf Interest
Pi'trialtu th scritnton 7V(Via.
tM.vriiANT, Pa, April M, -John J
RvsOS, of tbe West Side, met with a
fatal accident at the Lackawanna Coal
company's breaker Monday, by being
quoted between an engine and a pile
ot Itiiuher. H vi,, rtmovod to bis
home on Tblr.l -jtrritf. where he died
yesterday. I'-c-n-d was ah ut 40
v ir of age and loaVes a wife an I two
children1 tn mourn Ins loss Interment
wiil be mr.de in Union cemetery to
Mrs. William Walker, of Mayflel I.
who has been visiting at the home of
James J. Lynch, returned home ysster
day William Shen, of S::ranton, was a
caller in town today
Kev. F. J. Jannscbeck is visiting at
Mahanoy City .
K. J Ilnrke, of Scranton, eircnlated
among friends in town today.
Dr. A. L 'Pngh and' Miss Viola
Jones were united in marriage at the
home of the bride's psrents on Susque
hanna street laat evening at 7 o'olock.
Rev J. A. Rvans, of the Wulsu Baptist
church, performed tbe ceremony, after
which an elegant supper was s -rved.
A large number of friends from out of
town were present. The young cou
ple left on the late Dataware an I Had
son train for New York, Boston and
other points of interest.
B S. Jones, of Blakely, returned
home Monday from New York city.
Frank Orchard, of Carbondale, called
on frieDds in town last eveni tig.
Ci'nc roR Cnfiup Uso Dr. Thomas' Ks
lectric Oil according to directions. It is
tho best remedy for ail sudden attacks of
eclds, pain aud inllsmtnation and Injuries.
FOREST CITY ITEM
Wews of the Hour Epltofflittd. In CKso
flfrMtc tht Hcmntt'i TrlbuM,
Farkst CtTV, Pa., April SO. -Mrs.
Benjamin Maxey was a Cirbotidale vis
Harry Jones, the popular insurance
agent from ScrBtiton, was looking af
ter his large insurance business in this
Dr. H. C. Wheoler, of Carbondale,
was professionally engaged in this bor
J. C. Maerpady. who will be remem
bered by many Forest City people as
being the star actor in a company that
played a week's (ngagetnent in this
place last fall, was here ou business to
day. He intends bringing a good com
pany to this place in November.
Park's fair will be told at sheriff's
sale tomorrow morning at 10 o'olock.
Proprietor J. H. Cunningham, of the
Forest House, was a caller in tbe Pio
neer city today.
On account of the strike in the soft
coal regions tbe collieries of the Hill
side Co il and Iron company has orders
for 2,000 mjre tone ot coal for this
Events of a Springtime Bay Compiled
3ie ial to the Scranton Tnbttne.
UabboNSAUS, Pa., April 'J3. Mrs.
Edward Lewsley and Mrs. Edward
Morgan were Scranton visitors today.
W. H. Widger and Masters Ralph
and Caff Widger, of Lizarus, N. Y.,
and C. M. Brooks, of Now Lisbon, N.
Y , are in this city to atteud the fune
ral of Mrs. Alva Daloy.
Friday evening being Arbor Day it
will be observed by several of the
schools throughout the city. The ex
ercises at school No. 8 on Belmont
streot will be of an imposing chtirac
ter. A pleasing programme has been
prepared to be rendered on tho occa
sion. Throughout tho programme at
intervals each grade will plant a tree.
This afternoon at 3 o'clock occured
the funeral of the late Mrs. A. W.
Daley. Services wore conducted at the
home of the Rev. Charles Lee, who
took for his text, "Wean not, for she is
not dead, bnt sloepth," found in Luke
8 52 The pall bearers were William
Williams. J, M. Alexander.P. J, Olver,
W. II E lgott, D. C Henscoter aud J.
Yanderuurk. Tho remains were in
torred in Muplewood cemetory.
Tliu following ladies from this city
are in attendance at tht big gathsring
of missionary workera of the middle
states, whieh is held in Scranton: Mrs
W. K Frishie, Mrs. S. E Haynor. Mrs.
J E Burr, Mrs. P. H. Briggs, Miss
Blisabttb 1- Iwards and Miss Letta
J. It Shannon tried his luck at trout
The fMuranl arbutus is now being
gathered in great abundance from our
Last evening while endeavoring to
dismount from a freight train at Arch
bald, Edward Flood, a fireman on the
Erie and a resident of this city, was
thrown in some unexplalnable manner
benshtta th" ci rs and thereby inst.iinod
th" ies. nf nee foot.
Mrs C. P, rTailnek is flatting rtla-
lives in Wilkes llarr.v
Philip Felts has removed his family
from (ireenfi'ld to No. Laurel street,
Emmet Swingle, fireman on Con
ductor Harvey's truiu on the I) si a wars
and Hudson railroad, eustaiued an in
jury to his right foot bv a piece of coal
(ailing on it He was unable to atteud
to his work yesterday
DUNM0RE OAY'S DOINGS
Fresh Ni w$ tiotu a i.,,... , Suburb Told
Is Tsrss Faragrsph.
Special to tht Scranton Tnbune.
Dujwore, Pa., April U St. Mary's
church was the scene of two wed lings
ysstorday afternoon, tbe contracting
parties all being popular young people
of this place Tue first ceremunv oc
curred at I 1 1 p ui.. and mute 1
Miss Katbenne 1'srrell and Michael
Jo) The former was attended by
Miss Ell a Harry, while James M 10
Donald attended the groom HotU
brido and maid wore cream albatross
gowns, trimmed with silk and carried
bonnets of white carnations
At o N Miss Cassis FUnnagan, a
former teacuer in the public schoola,
and Patrick Kennedy were united fur
life The bridesmai 1 was Miss Lizzie
I al lan and the groom was attended tu
tus brother, Michael Kennedy. Hnde
and brnlesmai I both appeared charm
ing in costumes of steel henristtss.
trimmed with lace and carried bridal
rosei After the ceremony Mr and
Mrs. K-unsdy repaired to their newly
furuisued on Chestnut street, where
they received their numerous friends
last night. Rev. Father McMurray
performed both ceremonies.
Nettie Mcllale Is visiting friends st
A young son ot Michael McOowan
died yesterd iv from tbe effects of being
scalded on lues ln. The little fellow
bad pulled a tub uf boiliug water over
bun and soccumed to tbe terrible ac
oi lent yesterday forenoon. The fuu
eral will OCOOr Friday nfteru on.
Fresh mill S cents per quart. '.'1
quarts for $1 MalOMM'
JtKMVN AND THtREABJUIS
The bo tSSt ToniOS of tote reel Entertalu
'peciul to lie SOfOwroa Tirntfa.
JtEMTH, Pa., April M Tommy Rob
erta found a p " So t book containing
900 Mo.olsv, and was libsTaliy re
warded for his honesty when he OOQtod
up the owner and returiK-i it
Last evening the mum social lu aid
of the St. James Episcopal church was
well attended an ! WM snj iyd hy those
Q M Patterson. ( srbon Ial-, C. W
Stone, of Blnghamtori, and Y D El
verson, of Philadelphia, called on J. r
myn friniN yostordar,
Thoeiiteriainuieiit las'. evnlnr under
the auspices of the St. AloySOOS1 So
ciely was a success Th- following
programme being carried out
Morning Invitation Cboir
ltecitatlon, "Kutus llatiiac, " Msry Kenuoy
Violin Solo, Piano A coiiipiiniiiient,
Mr. Janes, and Miss .Mary Iturke.
Solo Kate Mciinveru
Hong lohti t lark
Duet Ellen and Msiv ( oughiin
Song, "I'm oft for Pbllalrlphia m the
Morning,'' P. J. Dunleavy
Reritatiou Marv Ullligau
Mrs James P. Simpson returned last
evening from a leu days' visit with
friends in Scranton.
A committee has leen appointed by
the clerks to call upon the merchants
and try to Induce them to close their
places of business at li p m during the
Dr I. S Oraves was called to Car
bondale professionally yesterday
Cteorge Onniths will open a barber
shop in Waymart on May 1
Work of Lab"r Ssvlnu Inventions
Carroll P. Wrlahl..
To do the work now SOcOfliplUbod by
power SOd WWW macbiueiy in our ine
clianical industries and upon oitr railroads
would rupilre men representing a popula
tion of 17800,000, in addition to the pies
ent populatio-i of tho country of l."i,iKl l.oof)
or a total population with hand processes
and with horsepower, of 287. .Wo. 000,
which population would bcobiieu to sub
sist, on present "leans. In n nconomic
view the cost to the country Would In
enormous. Th present cost of operating
the railroads of tho country with I team
power is in round numbers, HWOOO.000
)s-r annum: but to carry on the MOM
amount of work with men and horses
would cost the country U,90BMa000.
Not a New Expeilsrc.
'mc York C'ymmerciql-Aihcrlli&r.
There is sonietliing solemn and even pic
turesque in the way in whicn the rsssr
able Jeremiah M. Wilson receives the fero
cious and liery epistle of Lawyer Stoll,
calmly labels it "Ketituckyism" mid files it
with the letters which he never resds or
refers to. The old lawyer has seen pork Of
that kind boil before.
E-lltor Nlven's Trilble Revsngs.
If I were a jolly Elk
I'll tell you what, I'd do,
I'd dine on swordflsh for a week,
Likewise a cutlet stow,
Then 1 would go to Scran ton town,
lu social session sit,
Aud 1 would rip'em right aud left
With sabre-slashing wit.
modesty clgs justice.
Won't Show Where tbe Dog Bit, and the
New Y'ohk, April -'5 The wheels of
justice are being clogged by modesty iu
a legal proceeding in tbe village of
Clarenoeville, L I. Miss Ella Collings
worth is a sprightly young woman who
lives in that village. Last Friday she
was passing the store of Henry Wat
son, on Atlantic avenue, when a savage
dog sprang npoa her. She started to
run, but the dog fastened its teeth upon
one of her legs, indicting, so eho affirms,
a painful wouud.
Then Miss Collingsworth applied to
Justice Lort for an order to hava the
dog shot. The owner of the animal
objected, however, and entered a plea
that there wag no evidence to show
that a wound had been inflicted. He
demanded that the court soe the bite,
and the court dedlded that the order
could not bo granted until there was
substantial proof that tho dog was dan
gerous. The young woman's fac became suf
fused with blusliea, and she indignant
ly refused to offer here injured leg iu
evidence. The dog still lives, and Miss
Collingsworth aays she is about to be
gin a civil action against Watson.
FORGIVES HIS OLD ENEMY.
Hfrpolyte Invites Legitime to Return
and Ost n Prasion.
New TOOK, April 35 The latest
nowspapers from Port-au-Prince, Hay tl,
bring news of an unusual charatter.
Instead of talk of murder aud revoln
tion, L'Opinion National prints in very
large an I olaok type the announcement
that President Ilippolyte had forgiven
his old enemy, Legitime, and has in
vited htm to r -turn to ilayti, and that
he has furthermore urgod the chsmber
to vote a pension to Legitime on the
ground that Legitime is auex president
of tbe Black Republic.
The politics! inducements which
urged Hippjlyto to become reconciled
to his old enemy are doubtless that be
makes himself by this means raoro s
curo in poTT-.T. Eis udherrnta are
mostly to the northern pnvinei ij
tbo island, wlnlt. LegttlDM is verv
strong in the south. It is now under
il I that Legittma will be president
FROWNS UTON ANARCHISTS.
Hsrb-rt Qladstonn Will Not Allow
Platforms In Hyde Park.
Lonpon, April 2.1 The London an
archists sent a letter yesterday to Her
bert Gladstone, first commissioner of
works, asking permission to erect plat
forms in Hyde Park similar to those
put up by the labor leaders in 11113. for
tbe May Dy celebration of tba "In
ternational Solidarity of Labor "
Mr Gladstone replied in the most
eurt manner possible, refusing to grant
the request or to give any explanation
of his reversal
GATHERING OF BISH0P3.
Lesdars of th Motto J t at Fplscopal
Oburch Assemble at Albany.
Alua.ny, N. Y . April IS. -The bish
ops of the Methudist Episcopal church
of the l ulled States met in eeuil
atiuual confluence In this city today
Tbe session will be continued for sev
eral days aud the m ilu lutlness to be
transacted is to arranre dates, places,
and select the bishop to preside at each
of the fell conferences.
There will be but one public meet
iug uuriug ine session
Kauw Your Own Envlroameut.
There are tew childreu Luwadaye and
far fewer grown people, slaa: w:hu can
name aud locate the counties of i'ennsvl- j
vania. There are few OtttSOM ot the Key
stone state who could c rrectly locate a
score of gu id-oiied Pennsylvania towns, ;
taken at random. As a matter of fact, ot '
the fai ls of h eal geography Pennsylvania
is wretchedly ignorant, ft s about time I
she icaru sometuing
A kUsttr ef Notortsti.
" UMj-citirrt iif-.sj
Congressman hines u Lis own best press
ageut Tie is sallied iu tbe art ot keeping
himself beton the people This is a great
trick that few men la Washington know
huw to perforin
8ss N . Hope Ahad
IK I . i , i . i - ' ,
Iv. Adhit is heglnuing to take reefs lu
ins hi mm
The Great Marvel ol Dental Hcieuco
A recent (liMnviry imJ tlic sole
H::v;::i i: Wiriall,
HI N I Is s
31G Lackawanna Ava
WHAT. I w SB AMON8 SATS ABOUT
mis iii Nyroou a wasdi i i
After haViOg eleVeO tOOth ritrsrted at
one SltUeo ty lb poliilt ss method. I ,m
nounre It entirely t Islsctorr In err
pari It-uliir. J. ti IKAMONI
The GENUINE Ne Raven
Xt w York Wart'io iins No. SO
B. C. RICKER & CO,
Sole daiilors in this section.
orriCK-j:i A-iam Ave . Telophca? B i'd'e
Hnvlnv serured tlin SllOKINO FOrtr.E of
illli in r.lunie A- Sou for a is'rmanont busi
ness stnnd, i v,n rondtiet Selentlfle mill
1 ntholoiileiil Shoe nir lor the I'reveiition, He
lled nnd Cm e of l.nineiiess snd other itniiedi
OMBtS in the movements of Horses Incidental
or due to Imperfeel shie inir. 1 shall tvs the
work my Mnoaal sttenti- n and guarantee no
cxtrs rlinrge.exeppt for imrtovoment. Lame
noaaoto.wtU he nested afternoons. A free
cllnle nd iirofessional advlco given cvorv
Monday from . to. i: M.
JOHN HAMLIN, D. V. S.
10 ItliAUTIFUI. I'lCTUKS. EVERY
NOTED l'LACE IN ALASKA, THE
INITE1I STATES AMI MEXICO.
FIVE MMUKItSON l II I COUN
TEH. TEN CENTS AND ONE
COCPON mil ANY NUMUEB,
Mr. J). Sterling micel
Nerves and Blood
Strengthened and Purified
by Hood's Sarsaparilla
6crofula Kumor and Distress in
tho Stomach Cured.
The following testimonial comes from Mr. D.
Sterling Mitze 1 of Wlntorstown, Pa who cob
duct s a rrlntlng ofllco and collecting asency ,md
Is the youngest justice of tho pcao in tho state:
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
" Hood's Sarsaparilla Is a wonderful health
restorer, nerve strcngthsnor and blood ptulaor.
Tor the last four or five years I have beca
troubled with humor and srgofula In Uie blood,
breaking out all over my body, which caused
lieliinj; and kept mo from rest at night, I was
:ils", at th'- juinn tunc, troubled with a
whieh was anything but plKmtit. I could not
evea take a swallow of water but what I suf
fered from distress and acidity. I did not enjoy
a good meal until after i oaounoaood to use
Hood's Bamparina. I could sec tho good cf-
fects after tho first tew doses. I continue! to
uso tho mcillelno until nov.- I have, taken five
bottles and feel entirely cured.'' I). Stei:lixj
Mn CL, Justice ot I'uacc, Wir.tcrstowL. Fa
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly i.id
sfflel :;y. on tho liver and bowe. SJe,
m FDiiadelphla Specialist,
siaiej trtuf Enoll.h an 1
A e.t t,
man i L)siciukre
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fusr eniiauwiUy Msalsd
Temple Court Building
81 1 IPRVCE ST
KbMou. iuy t aoaaaitod daily and
I i nua
Tli !.. t. r ts a fraduats ot tbs University
M lannsylraala, be-marlf demon.trmtor of
Jiby.iu .T and sorcery at th jfsjluil (Ml
arelaai I c.l.-a, of pLUadelpbla Urn la also
SI kpourary inrmber of tin Medleo C'nirur
icl AsK-iaUou, and a t.hyslclaa sud
uia-aon la oblaf of ttw mast totad American
aud UsrinouboopltaU, comas hlshly ln.loraad
ly tba ..-,,l,Ug prulaaaora of 1'bluel.lphla anj
Ills mail r years of boanlut rsiarteaee a
slles tats siulnnt physician and sarfon to
r diagnose aud trast ell def rm t as
Bad diMssos with the moat flatterinf sucrass,
aud bis tdsh standing la tbe ststa will uut
all w hlui to aocapt uv incurable raw
Loai M n ttuoii hi roKi i
OfSAKMKaa Ol Ini M. MtS rUKtO
II yau bava oaa given up i,y yuus pars!
cian .all iioutns Sui tor aud ba aoocnutd
He cur IBS wurst caawof Xrvoue DebiUtf.
BcrofnU, old bur, t atarra FUea, Faaiaie
W.aS.,1.. A:te. i. ,j ,,r tbs Ear. tya. .Vs
and 1 tr.t. Asthma, Deafu. Tutbon. Caa
raia and crii pie of vry Seasrlptioo. Ooa
aultatl.m m Englisb and Herman Prao. whicb
hall ba SOBOlOStOd 00000 SOd ttrioUy t. LU
litre Hours O A. l lo W I. M. llally.
Suilila), a lu. to X p iu.
Bank of Scranton.
Statement l .h -,'M . 1SIU. railed for tir
the t ouiplroller nf tlie ( in renoy.
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Hue froOi U. I Irrsmno .
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VTIM 1AM ONVI I t, President.
t.l.o R. t'ATLIN, Vlre-I're.ldent
WILLIAM ii nu k, t oohioa
wniiam Coaaoll, Geo roe Ft, Catiin,
Alfred Hand lamei Arehbajd, Heary
BollB, Jr. Wllllaui T Siulili. Luther
fTers to depositors every
d hy in, li hulnnt-es, bnsl-
on utren lo hulne.s ae-
totoroat paid on time Mpoolla
National Bank of Scrantoa.
W, w WATSON, vies PresIdsaA
a. a Williams, Oaahien
8AMUt. HlNKS, JAMES M' EvSTtHART,
lRVlNd A. raSaV PltlU'E B. KlNLBT.
Joseph J. Jkhmyk. M. S. Kkmeiieu-,
Cbas. ? Matthews, JonN T Hoktkh.
W, W. Waison.
CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL
This bank Invites tbe pAtronage of business
men and ttrms generally.
400402 Lacka Ave.
"Always the Cheapest"
Dry Goods, Ladies' and
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
Notions, Fancy Goods,
Infants Wear, Cloaks,
Curtains, Boys' 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
The greatest bargain in
Brass (Onyx Top)
406 and 408 Lackawanna Ave.
Just to Give the
L A DETAILED
f jr niense stock
pets, B.iby Carriages, Refriger
ators. Mattings. Stoves, Crockery,
&C., 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 100-piece Din
K MAHOGANY TABLES,
the market. A few of tht
Tables left at $6.00.
Editors a Chance
price list ot our im
of Furniture. Car