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THE SCRANTON. TKIUUNE--MONDAY MOltNING. -APRIL, 15, 1895. GORMAN'S Gil DEPOT DRESS GOODS. Busy days among tho new Dress Materials. Xew invoices this morning and a new grip upon low prices. 3G-inch all Wool Sorge. Beauti ful assortment of all tho new Spring shades. Instead of 3i)o. the price is now 23c. the Yard. HATS AND BONNETS. Trimmed and untriinnied, ' at most moderato prices. TRIMMED HATS and BON NETS, exquisite, artistic produc tions' of expert Milliners, from $1.75 to $13.00 CAPES, WAISTS AND SEPARATE WAISTS An attractive showing of all the up-to-date styles. STYLISH SHORT CAPES made with the new full sweep ribbon collars and newest trimming ef fects, $3-1)8, $3.50 and $7.50 DRESS LININGS. Lowest prices in town. Choic est styles and best qualities. for April is now ready and given away to all who call for it. ." GORMAN'S GRAND DEPOT. DR. REEVES, 41 2 Sprue Street. Scranton, Pa. Specialist on Nerve Troubles, end Diseases of Qie Heart, Lungs, Kid eys. Liver, Womb, Stomach, Bladder, UeadvFita and EpUepsy. Ha with hia aaslatants treat aJl disease of tha Eye, Noae, Ear and Throat, Dys paprtn. Rheumatism, Lost Vitality, Nerv ous Debility, Female Weakness and Irreg ulatJtlea. Nightly Losses and Errors of ToUtk, Lost Manhood, Varlococele, Blood Polsonlnf, Ecsema, Scrofula, Bt. Vlt-js Dfcnoa, Diabetes, Brlghfs Disease, Asthma, ate. YOUNQ MEN QUICKLY CURED. THREE MONTHS' OFFER: 'Ant one suffnrlng with Catarrh who tfsjieaj to be permanently, quickly and ehsapty cured may receive three months' treatment for only FIVE DOLLARS. The doctor haft discovered a speclflo for this dreaded disease. You can treat and cure yeurmif and family with It at home. It never falls to cure. A trial treatment free. OFFICII HOURS-Dally, a. m. to p. m.; Sunday. 10 to 4. CARPETS Examine eur new line of Spring Goods. All of the latest designs and colorings, and our prices lower than any other house in tbe trade, for goods of the same quality. CURTAINS AND SHADES of every description and quality. WALL PAPERS We are Oferstocked and will sell at prices about one-half the reg ular price, as we need the room. J. Scott Inglis 429 UCKAWANNA AVENUE. HONESDALE. . Miss Dora Conger la home after ten months' absence. A force of men are at work repairing; the breaks in the canal. Several hops and balls are billed at the different halls this, Monday, eve ning. . The Pastime club, of White Mills, will give a dance tonight. . Gas Made from Wood. ' '.. The French claim that gaxmaklns; was Invented by Lebon in 1803, who made gas by the dry distillation of wood. FABRICS ' Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report MM ABSOLUTELY PURE NEWS OF THIS VICINITY STKOUDSISUKO. The borough council of this borough at Its last rRUlar meeting decided tn make a move for better streets and with that end In view voted to pur cliane a stone crusher. L. D. Smith was elected street commissioner. The sheriff's sale of the stock of P. S. Transue, the Main street grocer, on Monday, brought $865.05. James W. Correll, of Kaston, and A. O. Allen, of Portland, paid $000 of the above amount with the understanding that they take the goods, sell them and turn over the balance of the above amount to Mr. Transue. W. II. Kdinger, the civil engineer, will locate In Stroudsburg. It. L. llurnctte has purchased the C D. Evans property on Franklin street and will convert the building Into an olllce and residence. The considera tion was $3,000. Ktchard Staples, son of C. B. Staples entertained a company of young friends at his father's residence on Saturday evening, the occasion being his, birth day anniversary. The Simons at the Normal have com menced taking physical exercises under the direction of Miss Noyes. A warrant was issued on Tuesday morning by Justice of the Peace Hutch inson, at the Instance of Mrs. Sarah Howey, for the arrest of Newton Fritz, a 17-year-old boy whom Mrs. Howey charged with having assaulted her son Harry, 12 years old. The Fritz boy, it Is alleged, goes armed with a revolver. The parties live In the upper portion of East Stroudsburg. A hearing of the case was held on Wednesday evening and young Fritz furnished bonds to keep the peace. East Stroudsburg, it Is currently re ported, Is to have a private institution for the deaf and dumb. Professor J. T. Ellwell, who Is connected with the Pennsylvania Institute for the Deaf and Dumb, recently purchased from esse R. Smith a piece of land on Lenox avenue, situated on .the flats. This has been staked out and workmpn are now preparing the ground for building. The Institution, It is said, will be a private one for training the deaf and dumb. The site is a beautiful one and com prises over live acres. James Hance, recently slerk In the Crystal pharmacy, has resigned and gone to Dover, N. J., where he expects to embark in other business. It Is reported that the Delaware, Lackavanna and Western railroad will on May 1 again Issue mileage books. Many people from the two Strouds burgs visited the Delaware Water Gap on Wednesday to view the devastation caused by the freshet. David S. Lee has removed his rest dence and otllce to the Merwlne build ing, on Main street, nearly opposite the American House. John P. Cormer has rented his grist mill in Jackson township to David Douber, of Houser's Mills. Mrs. Jeremiah Kresge has removed from Scranton to this borough. John S. Brown has rented a drug store at Newtown, Bucks county, and will remove to that town shortly. He Is an experienced druggist. Neighbors and friends congregated at the residence of Contractor Rinker, on Green street, on Thursday evening, and gave him a delightful surprise. Games of various kinds whlled away the hours and a collation was served later In the evening. The following were pres ent: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Decker, Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Merrlrvg, Mr. and Mrs. Ktnker, Mrs. E. W. Savacool, Mrs. P. E. Lebarre, Misses Jennette Henry, Grace Metzgar, Ida Fleming, Ella Os borne, Ella Sumney, Emma Harps, May Lebarre, Laura Learu, Edith Kresge, Emma Thomson, Mattle Albert, and Messrs, William Merrlng, Theodore Flemings, Chester Arnold, Harvey Krance, George Batehler, Frank Bush, Ira Osborne, Oliver Kresge, Malcom Kresge, and Miss Mary Dreher and Master Leo. Merrlng. The Salvation Army will not come to this town for some time to come, as the contributions toward supporting same would not meet the demands. Louis Freeland, who is attending a business college at Blnghamton, N. T is spending his Easter vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Free land, on North Courtland street. "Dick" Richards, of Easton, who has spent several days In town, left for Bethlehem on Friday. Mrs. Puterbaugh and daughter have returned from a visit to New York city. Abraham Fangboner, a well-known and highly-respected resident of East Stroudsburg, died on Thursday evening of consumption. The deceased was 61 years old. iMr. Fangboner was a liv eryman and was considered the best Judge of horse flesh in this section of country. He leaves a wife and one eon. Forest. . Mlsa IMary Gunsaulus, daughter of William Ounsaulus, cashier of the First National bank, is spending her Easter vacation with her parents. Miss Gun saulus Is attending the Woman's col lege, at Baltimore, Md. Miss Nettle Hoffman, daughter of Rev. H. B. Hoffman, is spending her vacation with tier parents. Miss Hoff man Is attending school at Philadel phia. Miss Emma vanWhy, of Morrlstown, N. J., Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. VanWhy, on Lackawanna avenue. George D. Taylor, of Scranton, '.spent Friday in' town visiting M. W. Rhodes. R. O. Wtllams, the whistler, will give an entertainment In the Normal on April 20. Rumor (has It that a train will he put on the New York, Susquehanna and Western railroad, leaving this place at 6 In the morning. One to Ave applications of Doan's Oint ment will cure the worst case of Itching Piles there ever was. Can you afford to suffer tortures when a simple never-falling remedy Is at hand? . Doan's Ointment never fails. . HALLSTEAD. Attorney E. R. W. Searle, of Susque hanna, was calling on friends In town today. ' , ' ' , Hon. S. B. Chase has returned to Eas ton. ' School 'closed yesterday for a few weeks vacation. , The Delaware, ' Lackawanna and Western pay car made Its monthly visit to this place Saturday. " t - W. E. Barnes is making Improve Baking ments about his home on Williams street. Miss Kittle Pike called on Blngham ton friends Saturday. - LAFAYETTE COLLEGE The senior clajis have elected the fol lowing officers to serve three years, president, Percy L. Housel; vice-president, E. P. H. Pfattrelcher; secretary and treasurer, Walter S. Lee; marshal, O. F. Rowland. The officers of the soph omore class for this term are presl dent, H. A. Nye; vice-president, Harry Zelser; secretary, C. R. Pittirtan; treas urer, L. F. Gates. The first lecture this term delivered to the elocution classes was given by Rev. L. W. Eckerd.., Subject: "Pulpit Oratory." v.. The musical association was very successful financially on its recent tour of the state and has decided to devote a part of the proceeds toward a ban-qui-t. C. E. Burtlett. E. C. Chalfant and C. C. Shull were appointed to make the necessary arrungements. The newlyi elected ofllcers bf the Washington Literary society are: President, Lobengler, '96; ( vice-presidents, Simon ton. 'KB,' and Nye, 97; secre tary, Schelbly, '98; assistant secretary, Pierce, 9X;. treasurer, Johnson, '96; li brarian, Rawer, '96; assistant librarian, Fllson, '97. The base ball schedule as arranged by Manager Stone is as follows: April 17, University of Pennsylvania, at Eas ton; 23, State college, at State college; 24, Princeton, at Princeton; 27, Ihlgh, at Easton; May 1, University of Penn sylvania, at Philadelphia; 4,. Lehigh, at Bethlehem; 7, Yale, at New Haven; 8, Brown, at Providence; 9, Trinity, at Hartford, Conn-; 10, Amherst, at Am hi'rst, Mass,; 11, Wesleyan, at Middle town, Conn.; 15, Franklin and Marshall, at Earton; 16, Fordham, at New Yory; 1,8, Columbia, at Easton; 22, Rutgers, at Easton; 25, Princeton, at Easton; 30, Lehigh, at Bethlehem; June 1, Colgate, at Easton; 6, Fordham, at Easton! 8, Johns-Hopkins, at Euston; 18, Eliza beth Athletic club, at Easton. The contestants for the Junior ora torical prizes have been selected. The Franklin society will be represented by E. H. Custard, W. J. Manifold, T. M. Polk, E. Df Trexler, and J. M. Bod ler alternate. The Washington society by D. M. Bachman, D. F. Fllson, J. D. Pierson, W. T. S. Seyfert, and Ell Swavely alternate. T U fli K HAM 0 CK. The grand Jury recommended that the band pagoda be removed from the court house lawn, that the outside woodwork of the Jail building be re painted, and other repairs made. There Is talk of erecting a telephone liifg to connect thjs place and Meshopen, going via Eatonville and Mehoopany. - . Some of the Tunkhanhbek friends of the family of Rev. H. M. CrycJemvlse. presiding elder of Chenango district. are receiving Invitations to the wedding of Miss Mae Crydenwlse to Rev. Walter Wagner, which will occur at Norwich, N. Y., April 22. John Hurth and Mrs. C. W. Hoffa were down to Weatherly the latter part of the week. Mrs. Hoffa Is remaining with her parents until her husband gets things settled at Weatherly. Anticipating that the murder trials would occupy nearly all this week yet, all common pleas cases were continued to next term, the jurors empaneled for last week retained over until both mur der trials were disposed of, and the Jurors for this week notified not to ap pear. iMIss Mary Hahn, of Meshoppen, visit ed Miss Lizzie Broughtun the latter part of the week. The Lehigh Valley has decided not to Issue mileage books to employes, but will still allow them quarterly passes. Miss Sallle Bannatyne, who Is teach ing at Noxen, was home over Sunday. Chester Lyman, fireman on the Gene va, Ithaca and Sayre branch of the Valley road, was down Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Place, of Russell Hill, were callers here Saturday. Elmer E. Thomas is repairing his house, on Harrison street. My back Is a poor aching member. my clothes are a sight to behold, I'm wearing a tack In each pedal and pinches and bruises untold; I've beaten a square mile of carpet and lifted a 7-ton stove; I'm sadder and wiser and sorer Blnce housecleanlng season th rove. The "fresh" In the river has lost con siderable of its freshness. Jerome Remington Is expected home from Florida this week. A baker's dozen of the young men of the Methodist Episcopal Sunday school held a reception for their teacher, F. P. Avery, at the residence of Dr. E. H. Hill Friday evening. Refreshments were served and vocal and orchestral muslo enlivened the occasion. Besides being a very pleasant social event, it cemented more closely the ties of friendship between teacher and class. and was a very kindly, thoughtful act on the part of the latter. The testimony In the Waterman mur der case being all in, the attorneys will begin their pleas Immediately upon the convening of court today. The case win proDauiy not get into the jury's hands before tomorrow. The Epworth league anticipate hold ing a social and entertainment on Fri day evening next. Mothers! Mothers! ! Mothers! ! ! Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has bean used for over fifty years by millions of mothers for their children while toothing, with perfect success. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all pain; cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhea. Sold by druggists In every part of the world. Be sure and ask for "Mrs. Wlnslow's Boothlng Syrup," and take no other kind. Twenty-five cents a bottle. PECKVILLE. The Ontario Accidental society met at the Hose company's hall last Satur day evening and was called to order 9y President John McAndrew. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, George Smith; vice-president, Frank Merchant; secre tary, Robert Abrams; treasurer, George Moules; executive council, second dis trict, Richard Reese; third district, P. J. Walsh; sixth ' district, Henry Lewis; sick committee, second district, Charles H. Bettys; third district, Pat rick Davltt; elxth district, Richard Chilton. ThlB society has a member ship of 325 In good standing. Mr. Beattys made a motion that the treas urer's bond should be changed from 1200 to 11,000, which was carried. A vote of thanks was then extended to the re tiring president for the able manner In which he has conducted the society. Prof. H. E. Barnes is beautifying the old homestead with a new coat of paint. The MisseB Gommocs will open' a first class dress-making establishment today in the store room adjoining the office of Peck Lumber company on De pot street. W. L. Allen has moved from the Berry House, on Main street, to the house recently vacated by P. Snedlcor on Hickory street. Master Joseph Page will resume the position as' the Tribune carrier for the upper route this morning. George Tiffany, of Jermyn,. was a caller In town yesterday. Rev. Dr. Logan, of Scranton, occu pied the pulpit of the Presbyterian church yesterday morning and eve ning. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kimble, of Car bondale, spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. John Whltlc. CAKBONDALE. Farvlcw promises to be as popular as ever this year also. The park will be opened, as usual, by the Delaware and Hudson on Memorial Day. . Already several dates have been booked. They are as follows: - June 28, Sons of Tem perance, of Miner's Mills; June 29, Oneonta City band; July 4, Delaware and Hudson, company; July 20, "'Inde pendent Order of Red Men, of La'rk vllle; July 24, 'Young Men's Literary and Social society, of Archbald; July 22. Knights of the Mystic Chain,, of Miner's Mills; July 27,. Railroad Young Men's ; Christian association, of One onta; Aug. 21, Abbot Methodist church, of Parsons; Aug. 22, Welsh Presbyter Ian church, of .Miner's Mills; Aug. 24, St. Aloyslus society, of Plttston; Aug. 26, Father Mathew society, of Arch bald; Sept. 2, Mozart band, Carbondale. MAYFIELD. Patrick Daley, of the West Side, re ceived word of the death of his father, which took place at Hazleton, Funeral services will be held at that place .at 9 o'clock this morning. Mrs. D. Mendleson and Mr. M. Men dleson, of Hill street, were In Scran ton Thursday. Thomas M. Hart was In Scranton on business yesterday. The Hillside Coal and Iron company paid Its employes at this place on Sat urday. The Methodist Episcopal Sunday school, on Poplar street, presented a very line programme on Easter Sunday. Relief in Six Hours. Distressing Kidney and Bladder dis eases relieved in six ho'rs by the "New Great South American Kidney Cure." This new remedy is a great surprise on account of its exceeding promptness In relieving pain in the bladder, kidneys, back and every part of the urinary pas sages, in male or female. It relieves re tention of water and pain In passing It almost Immediately. If you want quick relief and cure this is your remedy. Sold by C. M. Harris, Druggist, 123 Penn ave nue, Scrunton, Pa, HOW PAPA GAVE CONSENT. 'i lie Welcome and I'niquo Note Head by a 'Ion Diffident Lover. The late Professor Aytoun was un commonly diffident when making a pro posal of marriage to Miss Jane Emily Wilson, who afterward became his wife, says the New Orleans Picayune. The ludy reminded him that before she should give her absolute consent it would be necessary to obtain her .fath er's approval. "You must speak for me," suld the Bultor, "for I could not summon cour age to speak to the professor on the subject." "Papa Is In the library," said the lady. "Then you had better go to him," said the suitor, "and I will wait your return." The lady proceeded to the library, and, taking her father affectionately by the hand, mentioned that the profes sor had asked her hand In marriage. She added, "Shall I accept his offer, papa? He Is so diffident that he won't sptak to you about It himself." "Then we must deal tenderly with his feelings," said the hearty old Christo pher. "I'll write my reply on a slip of paper and pin It to your hack." "Papa's answer Is on the back of my dress," said Miss Jane, as she entered the drawing-room. Turning around the delighted suitor read these words: "With the author's compliments.' Evidently a Stnndnrd Tulo. Ouldu tells in the North American Re view an amusing story concerning an Eng lish publisher: "I remember," she says, "a little while before the death In the hunting field of that delightful companion and brllllunt gentleman, VVhyte Melville, a publisher suld to me one day: 'Ah! You know, If your books sold like Major Melville's we could afford to give you as long prices as we give him.' The pub lisher was not aware that I and Whyte Melville were friends. The latter, how ever, came to dine with me a few even- WEAK HEN TOUR ATTENTI0I1 18 OALMD TO TBS yMjU( TRAM HUT Great English Remedy. Gray's Specific Medicine IF VIM S1IFFFR from Nor- imnu n . tous Dm- blllty, Weakness of Body and Mind, Sperma torrhea, and Impotency, and all diseases that aria from over-indnloence and self abuse, aa Loss of Memory and Power, Dimness of Vis Ion, Premature Old Age and many other dls' asos that lead to Insanit or Consumption and an early grave, write for a pamphlet. Address GRAY MEDICINE Co.. Buffalo, K.Y. The Epeeino Medicine Is sold by .11 druggists at 11 per package,, or tlx packages (or 5, or sent by mail on receipt of money, and with every fo.OO order UC GUARANTEE enre or money refunded. Hi "Rimf! I K BTOn account of ooonterfelta we have adopted the Yellow Wrapper, the only gtaa iae. Bold la Berantoa by Mttthiw Bros. EMPIRE DRY OF 516 LACKAWANNA AVENUE, Would announce their Opening Sale for one week's time. We have a selec tion of a very fine line in Shirts, the finest in this city. Our Shirts are one of the best makes, and sold at very low UKures: for illustration see tue follow- ing: . A Cheviot Shirt, made up with neck band and yoke, cost almost to man ufacture $3.50 a dozen; our price, 29 cents; a flyer. Next lot made 86 inches long, stitched, double seam, fast in color, and only 39 cents. Boys' Waists, anything in the line irom is cents ana upwards 10 sue. Our Selection in Underwear, we arc niotit sura will satisfy every buy er, because the line is complete for Men, Ladles and Children and tbe Babe Child. : , THE EMPIRE DRY GOODS CO., (GOODY'S OLD STAND.) 516 LtCKtWANIM AYE. ; ' Ings later, and told him what had been said. He started, laughed and pulled his long auburn mustache. 'Well, by Jove! that's droll!' he said, with much amuse ment. 'It the fellow didn't tell me last week that if my books sold like yours he could pay me double and treble!' " Knew What They Were. From the Somervllle Journal. Mr. WJxham Did you ask that new girl to show wou her recommendations? Mrs. Wlxham No. Recommendations don't amount to anything. I've given them myself. Jfr. AU a. Hyam Hamilton, Ohio. The Same as Bread Hood's Sarsaparillaonthe Table . at Every Meal "In my opinion Hood's Sarsaparllla has not an equal as blood purifier. I doc tored 6 months for stomach trouble aod Neuralgia of the Heart N without any good and then took Hood's SaraaparlUa. Every spring and fall since I have used it and it has done me lots ol good. ' I have not been attended by a physician for the last four years. My wife was suffering with water brash and . Feeling All Tired Out. She was severely afflicted but upon my prevailing upon her to take Hood's Sarsa parllla and Hood's Pills she felt differently in a short time. Now she is quite well. We have great faith in Hood's Horsapa- flood's Cures rilla and put it on tho table at every meal the same as bread." Al. G. Hyamb, with T. V. Howell & Sons, residence, 426 North Third Street, Hamilton, Ohio. HOOd'S PillS ea'Hnegl.8' ' SCRANTON, PA., April 8, 1893. Dear Silas: Before accepting your kind invitation to spand the EASTER HOLIDAY with you at Farmville, I would like to know if there are any com missions which I cau attend to for you. You know everything is much cheaper here and more up to date than around your part of the country, and if you have any change, I should advise you to invest it in SPRING CLOTHING for yourself and the boys. There is a store here called "THE BELL," No. 230 Lackawanna avenue, where I bought a suit very cheap. You will be sur prised to hear that I paid only $7.00 for it. Gent's furnish ing goods can also be bought there for half the amount that you would pay in Farmville Let me know by return of mail just what you want, and I shall be glad to accommo date you. With love to Lydia, Ruben and John, also your self. I remain yours, CHARLES AUGUSTUS FLETCHER. P. S. Tell the boys that with every knee pants suit sold at. the "BELL" each boy is entitled to a chance on a bicycle to be drawn for July 5. Don't let them miss this Follow Charles Augustus's advice and trade at THE BELL CLOTHING HOUSE, 230 Lackawanna Ave. SIGN OF THE BELL . GOODS CO., NO. 1 A fine Balbriggan Shirt and Drawers. To make the price conve nient for these times 25 cents each, in the following colore Blue, Gold, Brown and White. This number is worth while for every man to ex amine. A French Balbriggan Shirt, silk finish, you can't buy them anywhere for less than 75 eents. Our price, 43 cents. Ladies' Ribbed Vest from 5 cents to 15 cents, long or short sleeves. 500 dozen Child Ribbed, long sleeves, a 10 cents each, or 3 for 25 cents. If you need a Shirt Laundried, in Cheviot or Percale, do not forget the place which sells the best (roods for less money 43 cents each. We guarantee the work nud material. 1 1 -T( AT THE 400-402 LACKAWANNA AVE., GRAND F NE: AILUNERY WIS, III HUH II QLDI'S 11, 1 '. If! HE I 4 4 V U.'IW fKi : JAPAlf 500 Rolls this season's importations. Prices start at $4.oo a roll, 40 yards, and go up to $10.00 Cut quantities of Mattings 2 cents and 5 cents over the roll price. Samples sent by mail. Dealers suppliedat the very lowest wholesale prices. 406 AND 408 LACKAWANNA AVE. I Daniel Webster Once Said "It wasn't lost time to read ALL the columns of a newspaper." We aim to make our daily , an nouncements' as interesting and useful as any other part of a daily paper. IN THE FURNITURE DEPARTMENT. SIDEBOARDS have the same masterful control as Bedroom Suits. You know what that means va rieties unequalled, qualities right and prices right. Some at $6.50, some at $75.00 scores of sorts be tweenand some that for one insignificant cause, or another have been put at littler prices. Two dozen Reception Chairs, neat light frames, plush upholstered seat. We have them at $1.35 worth $3.50 in regular way. IN REPLY to those asking our terms, they are. $20.00 Worth of Goods for $2.00 Per Month 35.00 " " 3.00 - 60.00, , " " 4.00 " 75,00 " " 5.00 90.00 " " 6.00 " 120.90 " 8.00 " And larger bills In proportion. An elegant assort- ment of BABY CARRIAGES ECONOMY FURNITURE CO SCRANTON'S HOME PROVIDERS, 225 AND 227 WYOMING AVENUE. o . ( 111 FAIR SCRANTON, PA. DISPLAY OP BECKER ft CO, EYESIGHT PRESERVED. Headaches praventod and curtd by brln your yes scientifically xtmlnad and fitted accnrntely by DR. SHIMBERG. EVES EXAMINED FREE. Satisfaction guaranteed in every case. 305 Spruce Street for Easter.