The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, May 11, 1894, Page 8, Image 8
ir THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 11, 1894. GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT BRISK USINESS UILDERS Those are the prices that ex pand the purchasing power of the American dollar. Printed China Silks One of the moBt important assortment? shown this year is now on our counters at 50o. the yard, and is especially conspicuous for its exceptional value. Regular price, 75o. At 25c, Per Yard 21-inch Plain China Silks, imported to sell for 37c. Such values as these caunot bo found in any other store. Black Nun's Veiling Favorltwl because so cool, so light jqualltlos much improved over last year and prices heavily decreased; 10 percent better In quality and 28 per ceut. lower in price. 40-inch, 50 cents. Last season's price, C3c. 36-inch, 45 cents. Last season's price, 58c. Ladies' House Gowns Prettily made of Indigo Blue Chiutzes, with lull front and back, raffle and fashionable Bleeves. Price 19c. each. It is to your interest to Euy How. Tho good3 we have are beautiful and the Prices are Away Down Lower than Down. Come and see us. Mnrocrn ti I itiI I i:;huJ. Morocco Ik the natural graiuirr of tlie British Inland. When 1 inrtitioul this tome three years t:o to a atatavman who hua Ml in man) tianlntta ha w fraur aurprlstal to Hud that tlie oliviou ilguill caocoof the But bad be ?n k wholly over looked. Yet it uei-d. no extra talent aa a prophet to sufjiinat that llfty years hence the Kuin or leas of tlio vat oxrtrultifral market in the northwest corner of Africa may be of onarallel.ti tOOMBJMMt Ui the populatiou of thSSS bl.'iiuls. Morocco on the weT?rti Jda la lu nearly the ain longitude with Krrv. and is within four day' steaming of l'lymouth. Its climate la perfect, lU rich virgin soil almost untouched. Agriculture, an we un rieratmd it, la unknown. Beyoud a'littta primitive cirarcbiDg with primitive tools, whereby enough grain ! extracted for tho purposes of actual aubalatouce, no one In Morocco carea to gro.v corn which he U not allowed to export, and which t tolera bly certain to be xeized on by the knid for tho Ixineflt of himself and hia miuiter, the sultan. If once lireat Oritaki could obtain a roo-u-- Hi Implying security to the toilera, flien cheap grain enoutih to fued the entire population would be at our very doors, requiring, In fact, aome two days' lew voy age than that from America. This would always be an advantage even lu times of pence, and with all our usual market open to ua. Nineteenth Century. A Story of Stephen (ilrard. A characteristic story of Ftephen Cirnrd was that ho Induced a buy to work for him till ha wo twenty-one yean old by promis ing to give him a good Htart iu life after ward. When the time camo the young m,.n applied for the promised reward. The eccentric oM merchant looked at him for a moment and then said gruffly, "Go and learn a trade." Considerably cast down, for he had expected a very different sort, the young man turned away; but after some reflection, knowing something of the other's peculiarities, he decided to do aa he had been bidden, and learned the coop er's trade. When he had mastered It a year or bo later, he presented hiumelf ugain, and the old mau gave him an order for two barrel. Ho made and delivered them, and Mr. Oirard examined and praised them. "Now," he said, "you have a capital that yon cannot loae, for you can ulways fall back on your trade If you meet with ad versltr ' and then he advanced His protege acoicldenible capital with which to start In business. Harper's Weekly. A Young ChevnUor. A good looking young lad v, with a pnlr of seashore shoos ou, was crossing City Hull park the other day with tho strings of one shoe flipping and flopping about with every step she took. She knew ull about It, and suo realized that every than she met was looking right at that foot, but she hadn't the nerve to stop and tie the strings. The situation caught the eye of a small bootblack who crossed her path, and he did the right thing at tho right time and In the neatest manner. Running up to her he dropped on his knees mid placed his box for her foot. She placed it there and he gathered up the strings, deftly tied them into a double bow knot and rose up and dolled' his enp and bowed like a little gentleman. "You are the smartest boy In New York!" she said as she reached for hor purse, and the next instant he was galloping down tho walk and shouting: "Oh, Jim, look-a-here! Made a mash and struck half a dollar all in a miuitl" Now York World. Dyspepsia and Indlg-eetion In their worst forms nr cured by the use of P. P. P. If you are dobilitated and niB down, or If you need a tonie to regain flesh and lost appetite, strength and vigor, take P. P. P., and you will be strong una healthy, For shattered constitutions and lost manhood P. P. P. (Priokly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium) is the king of all inedioiues, P. P. P. is the greatest blood porifler in the world. For sale by all druggists. Highest of all in Leavening Powei. Latest U. S. Gov't Report CABONDALE CHIPS. Interesting Resume of the Events of a Day In iht Pioneer City. Fpecial to the fcranfon Tribune. Carbo.ndalk, Ph., May 10 Miss Laura Dotterer Is the guest of her sis ter, Mrs. C. Fowler, jr. E. L. Peck, of Elk Grove, Pa., spent today in tbis city as the gaest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Peck, of Washington street. The Delaware and Hudson gravity railroad employes and shop hands will beapaid tomorrow (Friday). John E. Hon will represant Lacka wanna tribe, No. 208, Improved Order of Red Men of this city at the sessions of the great council, whiolt uijats at Bethlehem on Tuesday. The fnueral of the late Mrs. Frank J. Kiefsr took plaea this afternoon at 2 o'clock, Services were conducted in Trinity church, Her E J. Unlsloy ofli eittiog. The remains were interred in Maptowood cemetery. The following jomig men wsre pall bearers: Jnliua Spaeth, Frank Roennoelmeyer, John Reuse, Charles Morris, William Hollou buck, William Phillips, A. Corbln and T. Finuerty. Judge W. & Wells, of Wilkas-ltirro. is yUitlng hia daughter, Mr. J. E. Wstt, of Washington street The sale of the stock of Dr. Q Fjw ler, druggist, which was to have oc urrd this morning, was b mutual rraagvmont postponed uutil next week Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. J. F. Wooden, of tb firm of Wooden & liankemy, paper box manufacturer, 'who plant at Honiitsle wa recently deatroyud by tir. was iu this city this morning conferring with oflicrs of the board of trad with the view of re building their plant in this oity. C E. Spencer and Gh S. Kimball will leave ou Saturday for Ypsilanti, Mien. About twenty members of th f!r msuia Singing society will goto Hon dald on Monday evening uxtlopir ticipat iu the fMlifltlM af tho Leid r kranz of that pine. Ototge Hnr.knn, of MtddUtown. pant lt iTMlng with Carbondalc scu'.ialutances. '1 he clerks of Jermyn have chal lenged the CarboiuUle clerks to a gatM of bssa ball to bj pUyeJ ou Memorial day. Misses May and Anna Onmmoe, of ROOMdal, are guest at the home of Mr. and Mr. Edward J listed of l)rt avenue. Frank Herry, of Canaan street, spnt to by with Mtfttio ir. ;i. Mrs. E. Egelstou is vinlting her daughter, Mrs. Ball, of Bawls. . t.nii f:f PtNCILINSS. Kw J"M of Iitr.t O.th.ieJ by a Pr ght ( o reap indent. fyaat to A Seumtvn IVSjCaa III vi'iuM ta Mav 10 Vra Murphy, of SiTu.it i. w.n vin.i:.,- i i daughter on tu vVeal Sid yterly. Tl.oma Mubon. of the Electrit city, w.i. Ifi t iWT.i TS.tt'I.laV Miea Minnie Msson, of Dlakal, baa recovered from hrr recent lUaaHi Willi llutar, of Wilkea Baft was in town the fore part of the week Mrs A. Herry, of Carbandnl. penl the day with br ion, Mr. 1 l LUrry, of Ulatcliley. Mathew Hstamond, of Dunraor strett, received a lalaglNsI yvaturdav tating that a large fortune had been left to bins by hi unci, who died soma tune ago in California. It is exptcted that he will go to th YVeat lu a few duya A chill of Arthur WrijbUon, of ' :-c tl.. tr- t, oieu loaay. Mi Li Mia McCoe i raao taring from her recent illness. ThaCir clreua fVii two narfnr- lnsnces in M1U grov yeilcrday, one at 'J and the other at H Th lant vr crowded at bath performance, in th evtnlug atioot l,0'J people turned oct lo - ttie show, itut w ira uit tlie circus comes to our town it 1 hopel tby will tlx the sat a littl mora tab stauttal to atcomodale the crowj thre hainu' almost a Ijanla whan tl.i. seals broko down during lust evening's periormanae. 1 he town was In darkness toniubt owing to an accident at the electric light plant. Mr. I rank Orchard, or Cerbondalc, and her stater, (i Tirade Yoyle, of this place, Visited friends in Jut tic today. W. W. W atkma was a visitor iu town i in - lay evening. JERMYN AND I HEREABOUTS. Tcplo of tb Dai InUlllffently Dia- cnaafd in Abort Paraffrapha. .'Imi! to 1h Scrant'm 7Vjuia. Jkiimyn, Pt , May 10 Owing to tome, disarrangement of th motive power DO can ran ou tho electric road ytsterday forenoon. Mrs. Andrew Ctrttr, of Third ttruet, it seriously ill C. D. Winter Is repairing bis resi dence ou Main streat. When done it will b a great improvement. J. L. Lawrence, the vtran sur veyor of Providence, was In town yesterday. Burglar broke into the Ontario and Western depot last night, examining everything In the express, ticket and freight house. At the latter pluc they helped themaelvas to cheese, cruckers, oranges, etc. Notions, dry good and elothing were scattered over the floor, but uothiug of great val no was taken. O. S. Maine & Co., will b here at about 10 o'oiock a. in., today, and will give two performances; one at 2 and one at 7.30 p. m. He iu time to set the morning parade and bring the children so that they may the animals. Tne Jermyn Water company aro raising their dam and will bo in a posi tion to supply water to all without fa 11 in the future. J. D. Stocker is erecting a carriage house in the rear of his Main street residence. Fred Heckman and 0. W. Peck, of Scranton, and J. J. O'Hrlen, of New York, were Jermyn visitori yesterday. The Jermyn schools will close three weeks from today. All are cordially invited to attend the mission services in St. Mary's Catho lic chnrch. Seats are reserved for strangers. Work on the foundation of the new sohool building is progressing rapidly. It is expected th building will be retdy for occupancy Sept. 1. U. M. Patterson, of Carbondnle, was in town yesterday looking after hit real estate interests on the tract of laud in the rear of Avery's hotel. rowaer TAYLOR NEWS NOTES. Death of a RaaptoUd Citlzin Other I ems of Intaraat. fpeeiat to the Scranton r. , i TAYLOR, Pa., May 10. Riohard Richards was injured today in the (Hendale mines by it fall of bony coal. l)r (irifliths attended to his Injnrtet, A spelling match wat held at the Price Library nisoclation toutght. It; was very interesting. After six days' sickness with pneu monia, Oeorge 13 Winterburti diod at his home on drove street this morning at 5.U0 o'clock. He was a man of Christian qualities, loved and respect.'d by all; a kind father and a true .u. band His sudden death has cast gloom and sorrow over the neighbor hood. The deceased was a IU' inter of the Welsh Haptist church, and was an earnest pillar in the work of the church He was tinanrial seeretary of Lily lodge, No. 039, Independent Oner Odd Follows, aud master of finance of Taylorville lodge, No 411'J, of Knights of Pythias. H la alto a in ii ber of W. A Connell division Uuiforin Itunk of Knights of l'ytiiiiu. Air. Winterburti was about 46 years of a-o. and has resided lu this town about twenty years. The funeral will tak-' place on Sunday afternoon at o'clock. Interment will bo made in the Fortl' Home oematerr, Services will b bald tn til Wslsli Congregational church on I'mon street. ILMHURT ICHOES. Waifi from tha Locality of 0.-a Flaldi ai d Limpid Watr fx tt tal to the .Scriintea Trth ia. BUUUBCT, Pa, May 10 -The pupil" of th Graded sohool gave am enter tainmeut on Tu-sliv yntug last. Tn ex Tcltes wr very pleasing to n Urge andlenoe Th proc it will be uid in cnlnrlng th hool library. Ttie retldetica of A. W Y'ager la fast urmg completion. It will tie an ornament to our plact aud a vary 0OQM vnient, pleaeant home '1 .. boulevard i prograasiag r.ipidlv. a large fore baiug Mgag d ou the W ' k. . bt puli it of the llap'itt chnrch fot tb peat few Sundays baa b-i banti tied with tlaweting plants by thoyouug ladles in charge Landlord Bird had an exciting nd venture last Sunday night About 1 o'clock be w i awakened by bearing aotue one at w rk at one of the w in dows of the bote), and rising dreeae-1 hue- If and Opened (he ontai-1- 1 r. wh-n th parties Bred several sbeta at him an i II I A hu l"t from a 88-falt- br revolver wia foand in the BOtnlng lltttened against tie) brieat wall i M I. III. in. ahUrman, Fifth ward. hcranton. l a. ataie.1 Mot, l. Btl II. had need Dr. Thomaa' Rdeesrle 'hi for rpraina, ntirn-, cnia. iirjii ana ineun.aii ui ('uied e;y t ITmlecraptirr an. I Hear. Henry II lUgan la hi travela la alert to all oppoftnnltlas to u b linking photo graph for um In hia lectures. While lo Yt'iioweioii Park he undertook the risky b.iliirva of photogvaphlng a wild lar. Re Warned from the h .tel clerk that the bear had luMte it apieararir f r several e.!.lna at 7 o'clock. It roamed freely, for no hunting la a. lowed In Yellowstone Park. Mr. U.uan, aeroniianlil by the clerk, went with hia camera to the plare fre ,ueiitcl r the l.ar, dropped a piece ef nn at and adjuntil Ma ramer i w.: n ficua on the meat alnit forty live feef away. I pon the sudden dlsappearame of the clerk. Mr Itigan for the ftrat time reflected tlkkt though a earner la an ffis.the weapon In ("'me reapiVa, IL la nut a flnt clasc naan I ( self delftiw iff an e-iconnter with a bear at tboti rang, iieaide ku camera be h..d a jioeAetknlfe. However, he overrarae feeling of growing diartiin fort and waited lb clerk soon reap peared with another man, and they were stationed behind anmn buahea near by. The bear was not long In making his en trance. A be saw Mr Itagan he brake fnun a walk Into a lpt toward him. Mr. Pagan, Hue t'- f!,r ; ' win- of future an dicaoea, stood flitu. When about Sixty feet aw ay the liear rose nn bl hind lags to make aatudy of Mr. ltngan and hia queer appa riitu. The lecturer (ju ikly readjusted the camera and caught llruin in this re flective attitude. Tbe baar tbaa diaoo rated i the meat, and Immediately l ame more Intereateii In it, aa t trig taped by trotting in that direction The camera's foottfl maagnln changed, aud the i ar was again pi' toi ally aaptauad aa he roo nn hia bind lege, tlie meat dangling from hia mouth, aud gave a de flant look at the photographer. The tar and the lecturer then parted, both well autisfled. Indinuapolla New s. Kemllnt Cats In letter. It often happens that cue wishes to send a dime or a quarter in a letter for some small object, but tho coin slides alxmt and is in danger of leing lost. Country tatietua tells that it is easily fixed by placing it near tho corner of a small sheet, then turning two corners of tho paper on the coin and tin n turning these corners, coin and all, over on tho sheet. Wheu thus held in tho letter, it ennnot elido a particle If the paper which holds the coin, which may ! sep arate from the on on which tho letter is written, is folded so as just to fit tho en velope, it will lie very secure. When Italiy was sl.-V, sre Rave lirr Pastor, When stM was a Child, ahn eriiil for Coatoria. When shi tni-onm Mlas, she chmi? to t'.asUiria, When ale had Children, she gave them Caatorta, Crlilctatng a Young Lad v. "Bho would be a pretty girl for but one thing." "what's thatr asked Charley. Oeorgo Her face ia always covered with purple and red blotches. Charley Ob, that's easily enough dis posed of. Used to be the same way toy pelf, bnt I caught on to the trouble one duy, and got rid of it in no time. George What was itf ( har.oy Simply blood eruptions. Took a short course of P. P. P. I tell you, It's the boys blood corrector. The governor had rhonmntiam so bad that you could hear him hollor clear across the country every timo he moved. lie tried it, aud you know wlmt an nthlotio old irent he is now. if somobody would givo Miss Daisy a pointer, she would thank thoui after wind). All tbo drug stores sell it. Thing; Every Woman Wants to Knew. The belts of skirts to woar with blaz ers are quito plain and straight, or else they aro covered with a sort Dias belt called a crush belt A card sent to a reception is exactly tho saiao aa if you attended in person. Many of tho silk petticoats are now lined With a very light quality of caah mero. This adds very little to their weight and makes them wear much longer. Tho colors of evening dresses aro very soft and pretty, few bright tones being favored at present. Yellow is in much demand, especially in conjunction with white. The baisquo part of the new waists may be a ruffle, or it may bo finished in box plaits or "ripped" like tho seam less collars and catics on tho jackets. Colored straws will be much worn. A curious fashion in scarf and hat pins consists in having its tho pinhead a large pearl, either pink, gray, white or Mack, with a tiny diamond euako curled slantingly around it. Tho collet tapes Mem to hold their own. fraiie is worn six months for a sister nnd black without crape, another six mouths. Tiien black and white with lueo trimming, also lavender and gray, aro suitable. Silver jewelry may be worn after one year of mourning dress. In tlto last six months of the year con certs and musicales aro attended, but dances are considered too gay. Make skirti for your little girl of 1 years to fall jat below the knees, or, if more becoming to the child, let them reach half way to the ankle. The original Raw Pood. An unrivalled nutrient. It builds muscle and bone It makes new blood. Is retained by any stomach. Satisfies the hunger of consumptives. Unaided it will sustain strength for weeks. Contains the largest amount of nutrition in the smallest possible bulk. It will sustain life by injection. It is simply the vital principles of raw beef concentrated. It is prescribed and recom mended by more physicians than any other food in the world. We refer to iny physician you know. l or sal at all Jrufgltta. inr. BOVININB Co. NEW 0HK. Atlantic Refining Co. Maxufai-turtra aid IValera .a UlmninttlQg and Lubricating OILS Unseed OU, Nsptnes and ovo lines of all era lea Axle Urease Pinion i tease and Colliery Com pound , also, a laffl luo of l'ar rsfia Wax Candlea Wa sln han lie th Famous CR0W1 ACME OIL. the only family safety 1 int., oil n tho marl, -t WILLIAM MASON, Managtt. Ofltee OtaJ StlbsaSBl W yuialug At. VSurk. at rino llrovs. Eureka Laundry Co. Ccr. linden St. and Adams Avo. t-i'i at lloi ar tsgi Aaa All kinds of Laundry work gunrantee.l th beat. ous-iaro. waae a wen . . Mir, f I'lull UI INDAP3 HIMDOO RFMrnV V'J i in i.i ar cTcWMN 11 . II K AtV E ItEM l.TN In no UAVH. hrrvtiun tin. akaw, r nlltntf Hrn nry I'tm.-i.a. ri..'-i.lt.mnt aa. Nlarlitlr FiiiIm llultK, etc., fiauwj ,y patt tt ii !. girt Tliror rami atie tOHntmuiM (iiiti-kly but pnrrlr rratom I. cat ! unborn MOM OT 0 Uft- f.nr ranVil hi 1 M pocket. rrh$.)0 p.ltfe. Six for tsVOO with I i vi . it j u- k iff ' - nix i "i p.ara ttnit i t amr nr n. . rffuntlrd. I'n't iiprlivlplrtl -li uwl"! t nu any ktnfl nl lni-Ut mm Imvirm I MM IM n utlivr II Wrllll II '"II NHT if i nnr mi IrTtifiirion. t i ti rt UiL- hn ii ii.tt ifot It. wu will c nl It lv mull upitn rcrrlpf Bfprwa I'niiiphlf't In ptaU'il iMivi(iHt fret'. Aildmti Orlrata.1 Medltal t , Pro pa,, Ulea, III., eroar igntcv, IOLD by Matthews Uros., Wholesale and Retail DrnnutaV SCRAN ToN, PA., DM otiicr Lcd- lnR Uiutjgiits. Enborico t thi HioHttT Mcdical Author in it in n noL mmm have you r ATA DDU HEDJCHEW Iniiai.kr will euro you. A wonderful boon to siiitcrerf from Cold., BoreThront, lnllnrnr.1, Ilroneliltla. orHAY l l'll lt. Afnrdi immedinttrtlitf. Anefflrlimt rtniil Aitit.tilflnl. fitna.r. In poetet. realty to rn on flnt Indication of cold. an. Mount r.o unvote Permnnent Tiire. Hntlifarilon nuaranti'od or mnnojr rofuodnd. Prtee, CO eta. 't'rlul free at lruii!lt. Iteslstered mall, CD conn. H. I. CUSasAH, Sir., Ihiw Rinrt, Mich., 0. !. L MPNTMni The surest and safest remedy for mum nut, all skin dlsciaaus.Koicma.lioli.Seit Ithenmild Mores, lltirns. fill.. Wonderful rum edrforPll.RH. Price, S5 ete. lit llrtis- ry a l aa Iflijta ;tr by una preaald, Addros shove. PHL.Hl For sale by Matthews Bros,, Morgan Uros.and Morgan tt Co, gOVjNINEA V WHAT I f ir" i ' 'am -v V I A'ttl ir i N!W,a.r " wv' r i r i V a r i Mist Katie Ilosengrant Ulster, Penn. Scrofula Tho Worst Case the Doc tors Ever Saw Hood's Sarsaparilla Perfectly Cured " C. L Hood St Co., Lowell, Mass. : "Dear Sirs: I wish to testify to the great value of Hood's Sarsaparilla. For some time I had been troubled with scrofula, which early last w inter assumed a very hud form. Sores Appeared on My Face and hands and gradually Increased In number until they reached to my shoulder. The: doctors said It was the worst case ot scrofula they ever saw and also went so far as to say It was In curable. 1 tried olntinenti sad other rented!! hut to no avail. A friend rucomuieuded Iluud't Hood'sCures Harsaparlila ami although I was completely dis couraged, us a last i banct t resolved to elve It a trui. Aiier taxing one imitie i noticed tnc M-iri hud commenced to heat Alter the sixth bottle They Wore All Honied. I eontlmied to take It. however, until I had used nine bottles, and now 1 am perfec tly well." Mis KATM Koar.MiiiA.sr. l ister, nan. Kcod'? Pilla SrC prompt and rftVient, yat tas) in action, bold ty all druggists. 23c. HE DIED THROUGH SHAME! A Victim of Over-Sensitive-ness Join3 tho Great Un seen Majority. ' Ther wre sitting tl a table Id on of "eran t i.ti . m t y r , . intiits tha other day, wlilfQi.a an altor-dlaaar oiar.srhll tha older of the two rem irko I "lu tie vry. v list's ti-"ina of young Joi i I doa t hlt'i ar -uu-l any more. " "Didn't rot In h" d;od i.nk or tan days asof ri'ii'.i"d hi. cotapaataai "Dead I Great Soot Has tbe hat man I w. uld hav t"nailit of dTtaa How did It bapj n i il. taet vrltaaa aeoidaatr' "Weil, y t sti-l CO. It s BaTly tha old tory of -. ith'nl ladlceret oa over atalo. As I'D. ktiow. Jon w.a aaaaaairy eot:itlr,'a&d for h"r .timn-i ... .. kt hie eaertngto hlratelf, lost Ins fstiil'r and friends should t sjrl l tfai laiarortuaa rtmalrr, h waa completely brat n ap tad t .'k uaJibad i ltd tsijidifs the family doetor, wa called tn and at tec. pTOQOSiaoad lb oaan tiopate, N.w atiwdcadi that's stltaare's to it Wbal a .liame- That foeee inan'e Ufa 1 i.aso Uou MVid, eva at thu eleventh Ji air Dr. B. Grower III. Eminent PhiltJslphia Specialist, Potrtlvtll guarantev to eur all f irm, of NiKVil?s ami i-iiitair MattAau at any tta i. Vut urtly tl ho euro, tut all t-s . of tB das is ofSr rontoveil frnai the e.ni.n, I'omidet. bi-ilib nd vnjur re .tiir.il and ti e i nly term, of tr atmetit ara MO CURE, NO PAY !r Olwwvr I. a (rrailuato i f tb.- 1'u vrr.ltv of I'otiti.vUsnla baa li ti rry ntMibct at lac m dt fhiror gfccl Aaaoctatiofi. .nl ws. for manrvasr. a Bbwl f th f.ult o' th M-.li. .i i l..r .r k" il C Ilea rtiiU'liili'hta. trhcrc tie w.. 1 1 miii aatratnr of nyalOMfly and fMirrr Ttii-v f.'-t. pttc th.i d .-tor In iHiMi-aa.no af tha harked rr.diniiUs .. a vhy.ulaii if the St .t ran at. i :. i.lg.i- ...uhlni. . to niiry .' flat or t n.rr Hour.: f l laadari v aaa aa I Pi 1. Dally. tVOineulutii.u aud nam. nation free and trtrtly private. Third National Bank of Scranton. ORGANIZED 1872. CAPITAL, - $200,000 SURPLUS, - $250,000 1 ni. I- i - h i-iTi r to ilrin fsrlllt) w uri ni.l.d by Ibi-lr tutlaoi i .. bu.l lie., anil ri'iiililliltlty. tpvotal atloatloa alvra tn batlMcc e- ruulita lul. ri .l 1 ul. I mi lliuo tlrpn.lla triLLIAM CONH mt. f., .1,1,1,1 tilo. II CATL1N, Th Prldai U III l V SI II I'l l U. 1 -.1,1. r dim rotu vrilllam ( i.ooi-ii. rca B, ratlin, Alfreil llatul Juiues Arrhtisld. Henry iii-mii. Jr., WlllUm T. buillh, Lutlir Keller, TI1I0 TRADERS National Bank of Scrautoo, OltQANIZEO 13 CAPITAL $250,000, SURPLUS $25,000. FAMT.T.I, IlIM'.srriresldont. W.W. WATSON. Vlee 1'reaident A 11 v 11.1.1 a MS. Cushiar. nintcTona. SAMnar. MtNtta, james M' Kvr.nnABT, lBviNd A. KiNOft, PlBBOa R KlNl.ST, .toSEPll J. JlillMVT JI H. KSXIRBIb, ' "At.. Pi .4.1 1 1 III -,n, .1 .11 n T. l'oKl'tn. W. W. Watson. PROMPT, ENtRGETIC, CONSERVATIVE and LIBERAL This haul: Invites tho patrouag ot business men and uruui Kenurally. gniimiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiimiiiDeiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirj EverythingFOR Everybody AT The Fair 400402 Lacka. Ave. Sole Agents in Scranton for the Pair a Warranted rJ(TRA LONG Our New Millinery Dept. Now Open. nilllilltOlJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIlliliiiillllllllllllllltllllKIIJflUlllR Japanese Rugs NEW LOT Hand-woven Carpets and Rugs 30x60 inches, $1.75. Smyrna RugsAll Sizes Easels Screens Ea3ket3 Tables Vases Shades Beaters Sweepers Hassocks Rods Pad3 Fringo Plush Cord Gimp Tacks KERR SIEBECKER 406 and 408 Lackawanna Ave. With an Eye To secure more patronage, in addition to our already extensive trade, we have de cided to inaugurate the following Gift Distribution to all purchasers of $75 (ten Worth of Goods or over. Worth of Goods I) JJ) or OVer. WITH EVERY Sideboard WITH KVERY RETiDfiAM OITTll ULinVVlU 0U11 WITH KVERY ) Parlor Suit This advertisement must be presented in order to secure the above gifts. This GIFT DISTRIBUTION hold good for cash or credit sales. Goods delivered free everywhere. tat I PRICES 50 Cents 75 Cents $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 WAJ5T. I 9x12 feet, $15.00. Coat Hooks Towel Racks Card Tables Brass Tables Music Racks Bric-a-Brac Umbrella Stands Rogers' Groups Curtain Poles Picture Hooks Brass Tacks Stair Buttons Bead Portieres Eamboo Curtains Step Chairs Blacking Boxes A Ciiltof a 100-piece Diuner Sot I A. gift of an Elegant American Ouyx Finish Clock. A lino fruit subject in JAntiquo Oak and Hold Frame. I A Pastel in Ivory and Gold, Fin- j pue r rame; something new. I A heavy pair of Chenille Portieres in all colors.