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THtf SCT? ANTON TlttMWH-SATlTRn AY MORNING. FFRTJTTARY 10. 180 f.
GORMAN'S BRAND DEPOT Modes and Fabrics Our Fashion Monthly, FEBRUARY NUMBER JUST OUT Describes and contains the Leading Fashions, Latest Dress Materials, Stories. An ecdotes. Humorous Illustra tions, Valuable Information, elevating ani pleasing read ing for the home. GIVEN AWAY to those who call tor it at o-.ir store. THE NEWS OF NEARBY TOWNS Ontof town eprrcepoaosats of m Tnte I'm should aim their mini's lu full to sa.eS, newa letter, uol for publication uuttoenard sgalnat aeoepttou.) Dress Goods -AND- Wash Sis Special attention is called to our Extensive and Desir able Lines of New Dress GoDds and Wash Silks. There are many Novelties and the variety of styles is simply astonishing. SUNDAY Cf-Uarl SfcKVICS. Servicea r.lTcp:ci in Various Ch.1rch.9a of Honasiela, Sar47. .Special to the Scrnnion Trtbun. HonE-sdals. Pa.. F-b. 9. D.iptiit c'mrca R-v C. F. Hall, pistor. Ser vice arvl raon, tO 80 . m. ; Sunday school, IL45 a. m. Conatian Eadeavor. 6 M p in, service aa 1 leraoa, 7 M p. ra. M. E. Church Rev. C A. Renjimln, pastor Service, 10.80 a. in. ; Sunday school, 19 m. ; Epworrh leaaue, 6.3'J p.m.; evening ssrvic. 7.80 p. in. lfisl Fanny sparks, of Binsiiamton. N" Y.. wiirspoak at both m jrniag and even ing servics Grace Chnrch First Sunday in Lent. Rt. V. H. Bcrghans will con duct the Lenten BHrViMA Holy com mttnion, 8 a.m.; morninsf pray-r an I wram, 10.80; Sumliy Mhool li m; voting peopte'l servi :, 848 p.m., sun je', "S(i;.mmion; ' evening prsy-r and wraun, ".:!') The w-ilc day eer v.ca wiii ht as follow: Tmalay. -t ra. ; Wednesday, 7 30 p.ui ; Ttinradav (cottage scrri(m), fl p i ; Friday. 7.80 p.m.; Batorday, curillr-n's service. 4 p.m. Ember 'lav-1, Wednesday, Friday and sutorday, FaO, 14, 10 and 17 Presbyter! in Chosen Kv. VV'm. H. Swiff, pastor, service and sermon, 10:20 a. m. The sermon will be the fonrth in lbs soris on "trat Sirip tnre Namea." Sunday school 12 m. ; Christian Eaieavor, 6:30 p. m. ; service and sermon. 740 p B. The MtlBOIl will ba t e BBCOBfl in the fienea on ''The Prodigal Son." Topic, "Going Away from Home." German L,nthran Chnrch Rev. Wrn Schmidt, re'iror Morning rriy-r and iimon, 10 JO a in.; Snnday school, 1:80 pi m. ; evening prayer uia 8 rruon. 7 p. m. The world la alwaya Interested in the core of eonrataptlon; yet Itl prevention h of far more Importance. Dr. VVood'a Nor way Pise S-ymp i KMfMtttd to corn f ntiifiis and colda. Sold hy all denier on a Kimraii tee of aatiaf action. " m UP kj MOSCOW A Nawsv Ba'ch of I'.ami It I ra '.ha Snow Clad Kotmtair a. ffyiecial to let iHrrrtnt'm Trllrune. MOSCOW, Pa., Feb. !. iMvi I Rey nolds, of the firm of lUynolda Hros., Scranton, wns u viiitor in town yeatar day. J. T. Richards, of Horsnton, WM in town Friday. Mr. and Mra. W K Sj i i or and son, of Fall Creek, Ph.. and Mra. Hardaa Smith, of OrlnMbf, Canada, are gucsu of Miaa Btw Pyle. The Carpet band Kave an ice cream social at the hnrn'iof Alra. (J II. Tr.ivia Thnraday bvi iiIiik. Mra. F. B, Gardner .ivo htr Hun day Hchool olMI a party at her home lant nii;lit. Alias J. JI. Noack in voting frionda in Sernnton. The good Hlfliglilnr; haa hoan made Kooil iia of by tbo young people for Ibf paat week. Air. and Mra. William Haydan, who have been viHiting hern for noine tint, have gone to . i liarre to make their honi". A1:rrb Nellie and Ala Hinds are sick with scarletinn. Charles Glome, fathor of our towns man, G. II. Clonse, diod at his borne in Jubilee Monday. Mias Flora Flowers, of GouldBboro, was the w t of Airs. J. H. Wilcox Wednesday and Thursday. . The Kev. William Stout, Wiarton, Oat., states: After being ineffectually treated by seventeen different doctors for Hcrof ulu and blood diseaae, I was cured by Bur dock Blood Bitters. Write him (or proof. FROM CtCRK'S SUMMIT. A Cruzy loppsf- Bntldtm Iiitamst" SooRttn a -Personal N.te. Sptdol to fas Nrr.ia.'on IWbtMSi CLABK't Si'MMir. Pi.. Feb ! The wnrui waather ol iba putt ( 6W days bai polled our lion llslgblltljl and we arc now oonptlM to grope out way in lh" mud. mm'., to tbo datrltnsnt of Hie milk prod U OS it, who were just beitin- nlng u put np their Io0( wbtob Itntuoh sir btoltd 00 alpij'iia than vrbwls, William Smitii has shipped several oarsol wry olssr 0-loob if to the ral ley t he putt week, t'liarles Dallsy'S hor s broke through the u and o;ie of them was DSKny drowned before they wore rtlOQsd. Mr (hay and ion, Qeorgs, formerly of this pi lee, but now of PtokTlll, were Visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ste iron, yesttrdsy, Q. J. Lilllbti Igs and wife, of 01y phant, wer oalllng on friends here Heroine has in syo for good horses an I knows wlor to Qnd Ibvtn, Judging from general sppaaranos the rt'evt of the Wilson bill has not reaobed li: plaeo as yet, for the lOttod of the bamuist and saw is heard on DVSfV llda, Uontraotor Prank Moyorbai ten mn working on hil new res lenOO near M Atberton's, ul will h ive it ready tor OOCnpaUOV before the blue birdn arrive Frank is a hustler, and no mistake, Mr. GritH'i DM a turn house well mi lerway lie h is a new and very ttraotive design for the front gible. Kd Duniep h is a cellar completed, in 1 the lumber on the ground for a lisndsotne cottage which hie tidy wife will nBt in good Imp t!ie Brat of Apri. Daniel S-.ulth from Penobscot is erecting a house opposite .1. Twlning's Kutit'ir s iyi he will put up two more in the ipting. The orny mpper and solo entertain mn i given by the ladies of the M K c nrc i i ist evening was very aojoyabli and also quit profitable, Tha ladles always pay their debts. CAUGHT AT CLlRK'S GREEN. An Eutertaiaimt Pu il e ef N-nvs from a Breesy Vd;ag. Speem' io th? Sernnton Tribune. ClaRK'8 QbUK, P.i.. Feb. !. A. 1. Akeriey will occupy the house "u Main itreet rtcenriv vacated by M il Coon, Th" donation for the beurit of Rv A. Douglass, pastor of the Haptist churcb. will be held it the resident'" of our townsman, O R. Peas.', on Thuis day evening. Feb. !o The measles continues to sffl.ct the the eitilini of this vicinity much to t'.e detriment of work in our schoolB. Mrs. X. Hunt, who has ben a great sufferer from la (jrippn, is convalescing sbwtv. and aa yet is not able to walk. C. P. Matthews & S n have let the contract for a drilled well to be com pleted by April 1 . T. C Robinson and wife spsnt a few days with his brother in law, M, H. Coon, rscntly. John Kirkwood, of Boston, will re turn to his hom on Monday next. Mrs. J Northna left here yesterday for Strou'iannrg to earn for her sick lu who la severely aft! cted with th m isles. John Smith, Frrd Brown, and IvzzN Frace; Homer pease and Mav ii"ne lict were patrons of th crazy sapper liven at the Methodist Episcopal ebapel at the Summit ou Thursday evening last. Fcur E:g Succeasea, Having tl. needed merit to more than make good nil the advertising claimed for tbem. the following foar remedies have reached a phenomenal -a'.e. Dr. Kind's New Discovery for L'onaninption, Coughs and l ""i. each bottle gnu anteed El c tric Bitters, the great remedy for Liver, torr.acu and K li'U:l;ln's Arnica Salve, the test in the world, and Dr. King's New I, ife 1'ills, which are a perfect pill. All taeee remedies aro Kunrantemi to do jnst what is claimed for them and the denier wh .se narr.e is attached herewith will be pad to tell you more of them. Bold byltattbews Bros1, drag stora, MONTfiOSE MEWS NOTES. The Mf,vmnta of Promlnsnt QttlPSBI Kc-,-d-4 b7 Ou Oerreependani .Vperal tn Me SCTtKHtOn Trlhnnr. MORTBOIIE, Pa., FebJ 9 Mrs. S G Sheerer and son, Hirry, are visiting friends in Birobardsvllw, Tiio people here will be glad to know if the lUCOeei of Grlonn C. I'age, son of g-Regit ter and Recorder Page (ienn entered the Wyoming Vailey Trust coin pari y's '.ffi.'e at Vilks -liarre yes-t-r I y as teller Ha ia a graduate of ti;e Montrose high school and also a , r In it" of Wyoming seminary. He is fitted for any position and can be trnsto 1 to do hia part w- II, James Morns has pnrchased from his brother half interest in the grocery M John intends Koifig to Iting hatntOO in the spring to open a shoo i tort, Frank Morri, of Bi'ighamfon, will purchase an Interest in the drug stop' of S. J. Spark i Oo, Frank is a first i lam tlmggilt and wo will wecoma him as a citizen. Photographtr is R Lyoni wnnrs a -mile tonta lays It's a daughter. Jlia Qottll Boyd,Of Franklin Forkl, It the guest of her sister, Airs W. A t itiwortb, Vida, daughter of Professor and Airs Jamet, la so much improved that hIki is now COntidtred OUt of danger. FIRE COMPANY Af THROOP. The Citiz'ns of i Im I'.nterpr !! r,g Hrrnugh Will OrgatdZ' Weilimdav Night gpttlel ft th geroafoa yytaaei Tllll'idp, Pa , Feb. !l Them will be a meeting of the citizens of Thro p held at th" A1 F, ohurcli for the purpose of organizing a Bra company for the pro ttotton of tbt proptrty in thtirplioe, It in to )o hoped that the young UttO will turn out and enlist in their work A hose cart will bo on exhibition. Short speeches will Im made by promi mint nltizniia of this place as to the benefit of such organisation. OINcers mid thosu wishing to becomo m imbnrH will hu elcc'eil. The mttt ing will bo hold at 7 ;80 Wediieaduy tvtning. - A PLEASANT PARTY. Mr. and Mn. Thomaa Entertain a Num bor of Frlenda. Social tu tkr Srrnnton Trilntnt. PgrntVILXiB, Pa. Knb. 1) A jolly party consisting of Missna Aldia Davis, Margaret Jones, Mary A Evans, Alag gie A. Jones and Messrs. Tom and R. B Davis and Cradog Evans were enter tained at the home of Mr. and Mra. Thomas Jones of Brook street, last ovetung. Among the parlies lroin Scranton were Mrs. Pickering and daughter. Hattit and Mrs. Andrew Nicholas and Airs. Hendricks. Alia. Pickering served as pianist, and after solos, duetts, etc., by the parly, refreshments worn served by tho DOS tess The party left on tho last car for their homos at Hyde Park. JOTTED AT JiiRMYN. Mindry Intsreating ttMM in U -i e to Wsll Kmiwii Pnepte Bpeefttl fas Somnfea IWbaae. JRBMYM, Pai Fell II Mr. and Mrs. T. (' Robinson, of Cai boiulale, spent Wednesday with the family of 0, P. Hiker. Mrs. Mary Ann Morril, of l.nzerne, attended the funeral of Joseph itpp, oui is iptndlng a few dayt in town. Tho followiDg ladlet oomprlitd tht lltghiDg party Unit iptut Wedotsilay afternoon with Mrs Bid ward Banfiald oCThroop: Ittidamti Waring. Davis, remits, Friend, Warner, Walkey and Willman, The funeral of Qeorgt rSattlnkl look plaot Friday afternoon N itwith itandtng tbaitprui a large atttodanoe tettlfitd to the respect in Whloh the ileoeated was held by the community. Miss Aunin llly, of New Vorli city, is visiting her partDtl, Mr. and Airs, rhomat Heily. It is niiuor.'d that one of t lit Jermyn boys who went to ileonessee recently to Wort in lh" loft coal mines lias boon arretted tor murder, Dr. and Mis. Sptnoor, of I'arboudal", called on Jermy.0 friendl yesterday, The Delaware and Hudson company paid their men here ycHcrdav A meeting will be held io Buttrprisa hall next Monday evening for the pnr puts of forming a Bepulioan club A 0 itnmitte has been at Work for some time and now have everything in rtadinett. Tiokett are being sol l tor tht leotura of It v W II Pearoe, D. D , on Feb. J'.', in the Met unltei Episcopal church. Bubject, " Travels m Pal tt tint." A treat is in store for thoie whose atttud, Chariei Maynard, wh has been very 1 w with fever, is recovering slowly. John Carter, of Omen Ride, at ten led the funeral of George EStailake tattrday. Rtrry Jackson, of Second stroot, is ill witii grlpp Thomas M. Griffiths and George Cud Hp transacted business in Seranton yesterday. Evening Star Lodge, N . tl". A P, A, pro making arraugementi for a inuperan 1 entertainment in Enterprise nail Feb. I PICKED .T PRICBURG. The Fake Iioxing Mstch Prlef Personal and Othr N'laa, BpectoJ '" fas Scroafoa IW6ans PRICKBOBO, Pa., Feb. '.I - The closing nignt at St. Thomas' fair waalatgsly attended, and Father Conway in a lew remarks thanked all those who assisted nun at the fair. To the people of the P irish for donating many useful and Vuluablt articles, he it deeply grateful. He Was very profits ' in Ins thanks to the different societies in tho diocese tor their kindness, and to the young U liet who ably assisted at tho booths, and to the people of every creed who patroniled the fair roturus his most heartfelt things. Thomas Judge, of the bouftvard, made a business trip to Forest City yesterday. It is a wond -r that our police allow scrapping ui itches and pnz-i tights WitutD our DOroUgU limits, aoob af fairs go under tho name of boxing and athletic tournaments; but, we think that midnight is rather an unatMOU' ible hour to open a well conducted tournament If the one that wti held it the upper end of town is a sample, they ought to be stopped. It was a fake all through, Bome of the mills were bi utal, and to cap the climax, some one stole the gate receipts. Air. and Mrs Martin Walsh, of Pro- vole ice, c ille 1 ou friends in town yes Wrd y. It. 1 Simpson, ol umalia. M P., is on a visit to his uncle. Wllli'im Jones.of Scott road. Michael Biglin, of the boulevard, has left lor Smm ikiii, wnere h-j will en gage in th drug businoss. Painters and deorators are al work I e autlfyiug tho interior of Fidflen's Intel. J. J, Jsines, of AlorgatiB Hill, in Hick- sou, is on a two weeks' visit to friends in Phlladelpliia. BERTHA BAOIR BURIED. Largely Attend, d Funeral of a Young Bon adnla Oirl. gpeefoJ le Ms ftmaloa IVAaat, BONKSDAUI. Pa., Fed. !t Tha funeral of AIiss Bertha P. ub r, who died Wednesday afternoon of pneumonia! was bald from th home of her father. John Bader, et8:80 o'clock this afier- noon. The large nilinber of persona who gathered at the e del. ration ol the last riles of the deputed showed the high est"m in Which sue was held. Prayer was off -red by Rev. Air. RemstB and win followed with remarks by Rev 0, F. Had, of the Baptist chinch, and RaV. Win. Schmidt, of the Ga.inan Lutheran church. Tha pall-near. rs WIN Arno Voljbr, Ma run 1 1 "ft, Qtorgt Dunn mug, Robtrt Miller, Ju isou Onrtll and Frank Cook The floral olTeriugs wer DQD irottl and litnnilfuL TOLD AT THROOP. Yesterday' Hspptnlngs at the Lively Village Tnrnaly R'Oirdi'd. Speataf'fo Hi Seseisfoa lYftsas. TllROOP, Pa.. Feb, It. Aiai'ge num ber of uur ptopll and friendl from I rovnlence and (neeii itPlge met at the newhoUlt of William Ollendyke ami tendered iln young man a bouse WSrming. Milan: and dancing were In dulged III ami a supper was SSTvod al tlm hoiuw of Alias Aliiiniu Jones, next door. Tho llalians rtOtntly hired at the fir a room of the Panoort colliery have or namented themtelves with a pair of gol.l lirrlORI each. Saiiiuel Hilltri is c.iulinnd to his home by sickness. I he 1 hroop foot hall team challenge the county In a i it mn of fool ball to bn played according to iLiliH ol tho SSS0 olstlon, Addreii all Istttrs to John H King, prtsidant, Tbroop Pa Bellman A. Co,, are now hau lling th" Hess New Eiilaud bread, which proves to be the people's favorite, Lots Orotln is oooAnod to his home through nssvsrt fall litoslvtd during Hie past week, the maull of which h is proved Very serious George II Mend is still on the sick linl Miss May Don field is feeling soon what hi tter, Alius Tillio Burlly is resting a little easier than usual. nisi Loanor Borlrey is vlilting friendl In Throop, The Paueoait colliery worked twenty1 one hours thia Week, Anion Parfrey has purohaied a lot Opposite the Re I How, H M Tf.Y I 0 IViflNKLINGS. OondtDSed New Noib., Oulled for Iutelll g-ni Hoi. ten. Special to fas s'e aatoa Tribune. Taylor, Pa., Feb !i -Susie Alorris is home from New York city. Llsiie Daniels is Improving from In r sickness THE Tin hi sr. Ii the best morning paper coining to town -delivered to your botnei before breakfast, Tn Metbodiat E ilsoopal o inrth will hold a supper on Wasbtugton'i birth day Alusteis It abort an I Charlie Gordon entertained the following young folk no Wednesday: Ciialmer, Dowey nod Ruth Smith; Grace Gordon and Nettie Snow. Next Tuesday night Itov. D. V. Skel linger, of the Washburn itreet Baptist church, Hyde Park, will give a ittreoptlcon View and lecture lu the vestry room of tbeohuroh tor the bene fit of the library. .3"" A prominent clergyman ol Mhalssippi rp commends "Golden Meillcal Ditcovtry11 to suffei ing humanity evt rj when, The " Dis covery builds im the strength and solid di sh when redie isl U'low a in nlthy standard, 0VSP1 AND GENERAL DESII.ITY. Key. A. If. Mr.vn, of 'liir'a Pfdfg, tVmflimd re . ('ii Aflaalssfpril, arllen I . 'fotV. " lls hig HiilTeietl lor a L 'A lllllllliel or Venn III y jvfft, oi pepeln, torpid (Ivor mW9 mel general debility, I hai Iiik- Ii ii 'I M'-vi'i J -- 14 i ui ph i ein.i Willi lllll'i S V41 V '"' "" Is'l'elll, I I'isoIv- I D ui, im a tan resort, to V 1 1 , consult vonr spcciftllstt I "' . Ii "' ""' ' "' 1,1 I" JM'k'v, I I MM III Hill I'l 'I OV Al "t..,l them to use Dr. 1'lerce s V '"'A (lolilen M-llleal HlM- eoM rv. I 'hd so, and lifter iHlnir H VI nil hoi- Uct, I I" entirely re stored to boaiib. Now, I Inio' en ill iilenaurn in reoomntending your medlnnea totuffering iiimiiinii v everywbere." 1 Itr.v. A. II. Mkvs. READ The dew ofier made to Tribune readers n page 7. Jt is the best one yet made public. -.BSi:.l rc Mr. J, .Tciiion of PbJladtlnbla Good ad Reliable Hood's Cured Malaria and Loss of Appetite. Tim following lett. r Ii from a gentleman widely known in the lection of Philadel phia where he lives, being a member of the l.o.o. v.. Knl .Men, Order of Tontl, and the Republican Club, and a popular speak er in public meetings: "I ilare say that I am more clad In taking Hood s Bartaparllla than lis proprietors are in selling it. I look It for 11, alalia mid lost ol appetite, ami the fact thai we have continued to use it 111 our family D lufficlent evidence of our confidence in Ita afllcaoy. ifv food i.isies iteiter and reluDM mors naturally. My wife and Hood's s Cures dsufhtcrsay Rood's SsrssparlUs has aiao very Biucn Improved my complexion, we regard II pnoil and reliahle, anil rei iimmend It to all of our friends." Jambs JoitntoH, rri B. Iniitans Ave.. Phltadtlphia, Pa. ' Hourly, p nj euro liver Ills, jaundice, bit lousuuis, sii k beadaobs and i onittpattso. s."o. Closiii!'- out the bal- n ance of our FUR at following prices: Russian Lyi x Olronlar fiap '.'i Inebtt, 8t.M Rtectrlo Rssl Circular Dupes, im in h.iih Astrakhan Circular Oapea ::t in S.M Wool if mi Circular ap '.'i in 14.00 Btona Marten Circular Capes, M In 10,00 in. .ah Marten ' Iroulai Oapes, H4 in (5,00 Otter Ciroulai Capes, 14 in MOO Seal Sacquos Soil Bscquss, ;is lac' it long IMO.00 gealJaektlt, M Inches 100.00 Heal Jsdkets, si Inches long 00,00 astrakhan Jaoketa 81 htobai loiu ta w Circular Capes Seal Circular Oape, Inches long, w th! Butterfly Cape fsfi.iw Otter Circular 'ai"', inobse long, with Hull rllv Cup" Hiriim gable Circular Uape, 80 Inches long MOO astrakhan Circular Caps, :ni InohM long M mi tlMtrlageal Olronlar Cape, BO In, long.. W 00 ii M Ol Immei IreularCape, mi in. long to mi Ndcatn American h al Muffs at,,., II v orrh i lot tchtteren'i sola at ss,. ,., n 1 lot of I lelgh Itolnw, plu-li hll '.l K.I on eh Ladies' Plu3h and Cloth Coats at Your Own Frico. aJ. BOLZ 138 Wyoming Ave. The only Praclical Futriur iu the city. SPOTS LIKE RAW BEEF Bryalprlus mid Scrnfnlu All My Life. In ClolliH Kor Weeks, llllaters HW.ii of Peas. Itiiriied Llko lTro. No Ki-Bl. or Sleep. Trlod Throe Doctors. Did No Good. Qot Cutloura. Imrnedlate Help. Mill li e Cure in I hrcc .sloutlis. ! have been troubled with Btyslptiai and BerofulaaU my life, Keoeatly my lunbe came out iii in, ipoti from tlm nie of my Ii mil down to tlm merest pimple. Borne or them would faftCZ a luile, Inn month lire red, ami l he largo spots looked merelike raw btel , ami would raiss up quite a in He from lbs surface. There would he blisters oonis it targe an iiis in otfferent nlacas with the ratt, n eras au oVer mj limbs from no feet to my body, acroei my shoulders, anil m) arms, hanils.njid wrists had to he dona up in sloths tor weeks, and they woahi Itch ami laiin an though 1 wan sflfe, ami there was no Bleep lor me, and my limbs welled a good deal, i triad three doctors, but did me no goad, 1 1 nail) a friend reoommendad unncaa in m i ii i(aud my buthaiid gel them, I gun ihem athonnigh trial, and tKej helped me right off, In three months time I was ail will. No tin was throe ye.. i ago tbfs spring, I have used in or seven boxes nl Cotici as, and have taken nearly a dosen bottles ol the 4 i ii.ua Risoi, vi. .sr. ami ih" Cunt ' as Boar i use entirely, ami tlieliilMUoolliei like il lor bath ami loll.-l. Mas. w. it. BPRINO. flontva, AstsbutaCo., Ohio, CUTICUnA WORKS WONDERS Tht cures dally effected b) tbeCoi nan a itcvr Ia n ol torturing, disfiguring ami humiliating nlllll, iealpi ami lilo.nl dlSI SSeS, With lOII Of hall, me so wonderful hh to sem almost Incredible, Ifet every word la true. HOWT 0 MAKE MONEY There are htradreda of ydttng men :tnd young women in Uiii country wlio liavit spleniliii ability, but they have never been wakened up. Wood's College of Business and Shorthand Has been an Inspiration to hundreds, of young people. If yon are tin-d of Inactivity and want to do something tangible, oome to the College. COMMON ENGIriBB COUItSB. Ill SIM MS COl ItHB. BUORTUAMU COURSES, n n -n?rrT ts . ,'.j. ijju, rropnetor. NEW YEAR OPENS JANUARY t. Bold throughout lbs world. Prim, Ocvicum, tOs.; Hoac, :..' ; ltOLVSST,SI, POTTSB DaOS snoOusm, Coar , Hole Propni Ion, li .tou. ii-" How to Curi Bkln Dlsesaes," aMUed free. DIDV't' BklnsndBesIp purlflsd and hesuiitied Dnul O by CuTioca Soap, Abtoluuljr pure, Carpetings ! NEW GOODS N WEAK, PAINFUL BACKS, (tllNllll"1!"'! ami iileime ,oe. ami v..i ow arriving. We are ready to show many patterns in all grades of Carpets enough to suit ail tastea which we offer at the lowest prices ever known in the history of the carpet trade. Under the head of BARGAINS ' 1 I II'.- - , aa r,. IIS, 1.1. A Itt S11IS4 ..ll.l.ta l.l till. ff:;"!a:,;:!;?l:;ii!;:;lcr:',,IJ' We o what's left from the January Sale, consisting of (if certain patterns of Carpets that have been dropped, odd pieces, short lengths and some slightly soiled, together with a few Rugs, Some Oil Cloths Linoleums and Mattings 13 r. F. Grewer lli I'liiladelphia rp.ci iliat. And im sseoeUted itaS of Enaltsh ami r.er man Fafaielanitare uuw parmansutlr iocaioU Temple Court Building .tl I RPRUCE sr.. SCRANTON Where they may i. consulted U.uly and st NIlAY. The Doetor Is a Kra.li.at . ot thd Dclvorflty cl renasyivauls, (ormerlr demonxtrator of pnysioknr and nrger at the MediixvCnir nrgfcaj College, of Philadelphia He u alio Iii bonorary . ember i.l the Medico ( Uirur-eu-al Association. nd waa phv-iclan and Surgeon in elimf of tbe moot noted American snd German hospitals romi.. highly Indorsed by the lea.lniK prolessora of Pbilad'elpbto ant New Vorlt. Hli many yeara of hosnital experience en iblea thia eminent pbvshnaa nd aureon ii rorrertly dlagncas and tr.-at all deform t ei and dleeasss with th" most flattering suocsea si.d bis hih standing in the stats will not ill iv lilm to Rci'i't any ineto-able case LOS I JI N I KETOKt II VTRAKNF.HS Of HUM; MEM CURED Il you hsve neen siven up ny your ptovel' c'an call upon the doctor and be ezamlned. lie cures the worit . . 'f Nervous nobility, Bcrofnla, old Sorea i starrb, PUee, lusmait Weakness Aflfeeti..na of th" K.ir, Eye N.e and Throat, Asthma Deafness, Tumors. Can cere and Ceipuse or every description, on- lUIiatton m KUSIUIO ami Henn.m rreo. whicli ih.-ill he eouaiiler.Hi nacrod an 1 BtricUy conli Unit ml. utile.' neural PA. St, to 8 r. M. Dally, Bnndaji o a.m, to i m. KERR h SIEBECKER 406 and 408 Lackawanna Avenue. "No star was ever lost we once have seen, We always may be what we might have been," A H A PRY FATS O N OF THE RICHARDS LUMBEI THE TRADERS National Bank of Scranton. ORGANIZED law CAPITAL $250,000, SURPLUS $25,000. SAMUEL niNKSdTrcsldent W.W, WATSON, VtcePresldsnti A. li Williams. Cashier pimctotts. SAviiki llivn. J A MSI M Kvvmi MiT, III VI NO A I'lM'll. PinRCBB. KlM.KV. josarn J Jrrmtk, m h. khmfuf.r.. CHAa, v. maitiikh Jons i'. Poitiaa . W, WAtSOK. PROMPT, ENtRGETIC, CONSLRVAliVt- and LIBERAL Thli iaiiit Invttti tho pgatroQAft f botlniBfl tnsM i gvud Brtni urn inlly. Scranton, Pa. 22 and 23 Commonwealth Building. TRY US. Tribune Art Feature To miss THE TRIBUTE'S World's Fair Tort folios would bo to neglect the best opportunity yet offered. The ad dition of the "Wanamakef" sci ii s makes it more valua ble. Bead now announoement ou page 7. Third National Bank of Scranton. Organized istj. Capital, - $200,000 Surplus, - $240,000 'riii iiiinii nflers io .lepeniioia evtry faellltji wet ranted i thelt balenoci, bast tie ii and respnnslblllty. apeelal attentlop gjven to busluees no eouala latereel paiaoa ttase dspeelte m h i i ah CONNEf.t, Prealdenl UKO, H. i:Al LIN, I President w u i i v m ii I ia li, t aeblei DinKcVous, William tonoeii, Genres tt. Catlln, Alfred II mill, Ji,u'm A i eliliahl, l.eliry Helta, r.. i 1111,01 Imltb, l.uiner Keller, IF 1 1 OT MANY Days left of our Otftts, Ends and Remnant Sale, but still a few choice things, maybe just your selection, are here. We Are House Furnisher 1? That statement will never become threadbare; and we don't have simply a spatter ing of everything only, but a complete, comprehensive stock of Furniture, Carpets. Lace Curtains, Crockery, Stoves, Baby Carriages, Re frigerators, Lamps, Clocks, &C, Our Credit System Allows you to pay for it at your leisure in homeopathic doses. m V'' (.,.''';! Wwr.'lialr'Byvjei ', ' Btlmiiiiiiiii