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THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE -TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30. 1894.
AVOCA IN IN MINIATURE.
Happenings of a Borough That la Clio. a
Full of Vim.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
AVoc, Pa., Jan. 29 L. J. Bsxtar
Spent today in Wilkes-Barre.
Miasm Lydla Connor. Kate Cum
mingg, Kats Dnnn, Nellie Curran,
Bess Webber and Mame O'Brien viaitad
Mrs. Rowan at Plains, Pa.
A large number of Avoca citizen
attended the Marry township Demo
caratic caucas at Dnryea on Saturday
Geurge J. Dixon haB returned from
St. Mary's seminary, Baltimore, Md ,
to spend a two weeks' vacation at hia
Joe Aslilebrand. of Plttston, called
On friends here yesterday.
J. J. Haelou wus in Parsons, Sun
day. John Mitchell is convalescing from
bis recent illness.
Mrs. Martin Outlay is seriously ill.
Mr A. Best, of Minooka, was a caller
liare on Sunday.
lira. John McQueen, ot tbe Wast
Side, is dangerously ill.
A vary large number of people at
tended tlie dedication of the Primitive
Methodist church.. Suuday afternoon.
The Uev. James Moore, of Plymouth,
presided at the morning services; Uev
W. T. Price, of the Methodist Kpisco
pal church, at the afternoon, and Kev
11. Q, Russil, of Wilkes-Barre, at the
A convention of the Son of Colum
bia was held at O'Mally's hall on Sat
urday. The delegates were feasted at
the houi of M. whalao.
Misses Annie and Jennie Cranston
will give a party to their friends at
their home in the North Eud, ou
A number of Avoca people attended
the funeral of Thomas Kowau at
Plains today, Mrs Sevan, the wife
of the deceased, was formerly Miss
Mary DilOD, of this plaoe.
Mrs X H HoUiatat will entertain
the members of the Ladies' Aid so
ciety of the M-'thodist Episcopal church
at her home Wednesdav eveuiug.
R. K Daily, of Franklin Forks,
spent Sunday hore.
E. L. Snyder is recovering from his
Bright Bujgtt of Personal Mention
Gsnsral Intell gnc.
.V(.-oiul tv the fibraaloa Tribune.
Faitokyville, Pa., Jan. 2lJ Miss
Leah Pardee attended the Walters
Dolph wedding at Lake Wiuola last
Mrs. Llewellyn Cap wall i apending
a few weeks at Wilkes-Barre with her
husband, who is a conductor on tbe
Lehigh Valley railroad at that place.
Mrs. George Shupp. of Shupp Hill,
called on friends here thd latter part
of last week. Mrs. Shupp will bs bet
ter known as Miss Tressa Da Witt.
Fred Baldwin, who has been spend
ing several months with relatives and
friends in this vicinity, will start for
his home in LoMars, la., tomorrow.
Polo is the latest "fal" that has
truck this town. A game may be wit -neased
almost any afternoon on Lake
Nororais. We haTe some expert play
ers as some of the near by towns have
found out. Our club has not lost a
game this winter.
.Walter Carpenter and MissElith
Boss were united in marriage last
Thursday morning by Rev. Dr. O. L
Severson, of Say re, Pa., at the pleasant
home of A. J. Gilmore.
W. L. Follet is building a large ad
dition to his furniture store and dwell
ing on Main street. His present quar
ters are too small to meet tbe require
ments of bis business.
Dr. A. B. Fitch is confined to his
house by an abscess.
Special meetings are in progress at
the Baptist church this week, and
Wednesday evening has been set apart
as a special evening of prayer for the
Misses Bertha Reynolds and Jennie
Gardner spent Sunday with Miss Gard
ner's sister, Mrs. Hiram Worden, of
Binghamton, N. Y.
Prof. William C, Whitford. of Al
ford Center, N, Y. , spent several days
last week with hia twin brother, Prof.
E. E. Whitford, at the Keystone aca
demy. Rev. M, J. Watkins was oalled to
Walls Corners Sunday afternoon to of
ficiate at the funeral services of Mrs.
registrar or vo
OLD FORGE BREVITIES.
Panellings That Tell the Activities of
4ecuil in the Scrnnton Tribune.
Old Forof, Pa., Jan. 29 Mr. and
Mrs. H. Vicken, of Nanticok, have re
turned home from avisit to Mr. and
Mrs J. G. Williams, of the Temper
ance honse, Rendham.
The engagement of M. Middleman
and Mis Fanny Kline, of Old Forge,
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. V
Krelidzky, was christened on Sunday.
Anyone having a good horse, harness
and wagon and cow for sale ean apply
to John Bnrgess, Tribi nk local office,
Eagle hotel, Barbertown, Old Forge.
Henry A. Thomas, of the Eagls hotel,
lias returned from a viait to friends at
John Ricoby, tho famed ball player,
has taken tbe well-known Ace hotel at
the Sihley. He will build one of tbe
finest alley ball places in tbe state, and
also have snperior quoit grounds, as
well as make other impovements.
Te ImporUnre of Keeping the liver and
kidneys in good condition cannot be
ovtirestimated. Hood's Haranparilla is a
gr-at remedy for regulating and invigora
ting these organs.
Hood's PIUj net easily, yet promptly
and effectively, ou tbe liver and bowels.
.'HE CHURCH FAIR'S CLOSE.
It Will Be Beaehsd Tomorrow Evening
Special to the Hcranton Tribune.
AVOCA, Pa . Jan. 21). The contest
for a barrel of candv between the girls
and boys of St. Mary's Sunday school
was decided at the fair tonlghte To
morrow night the great contest between
Misses Cassie' Moran, Alice Morahan
and Nellie Curran will close.
A very large attendance is expected
aa the friends of' each young lady are
working very hard. The fair will
close on Wednesday evening.
In Holland, Mich., 0. J. Doesbury pub
lirhen the New, and lt columns strongly
recommends Dr. Thomas' Ecleotric Oil
for coughs, colds, sore throat, catarrh nnd
SPIRITED TOWNSHIP CAUCUS.
Old Forge Republicans Nominate a Liva
and Promising Ticket.
, Special to the Scranton Tribune.
OldFouoe, Pa., Jan. 29 The Re
publican caucus for Old Forge town
ship was held on Saturday night at
Sheridan s Hall, and it was very fully
attended, under the utile chairmanship
of 'Squire Rees. The officers were:
Secretaries, William Reap, George
Draw, and tellers, Peter Ablanalp,
The nominees were as follows: Jus
tice of the peace, Samuel Broadhead,
jr. ; tax collector, George Kehr; super
visors, Silas Randall and Abram Seal;
school dlreotor, one year, William
Humphries; sohool director, three
years, John Cook and H. J. Russell;
town auditor, T. J. Stewart; constable,
John E. Reynolds; township treasurer,
C C. Jones; township olerk, Jamos
Salmon; assistant assessors, P. J.
Judge and Lewis T. Williams;
inspector of election, First district,
Morgan B. Morgau;
ters, Second distnat,
rell ; judge of election.
James A. Salmon : inspector of elec
tion, Sscond district, John Purdy;reg
istrar of voters, Fourth district, Will
iam Davenall; judge of election,
Fourth district, Eugene Reap; inspec
tor of election, Fourth district, Frank
More interest was attached to the
supervisorships and constables than to
any other nominations, and the compe
tition was very spirited.
OUR NEIGHBORS IN OUNMORE.
What They Are D.ilngaud All the Latest
Sjircial to the Si-rantun Tribune.
Dt'NMoitK, Pa.; Jau 88. Russ-dl Bill
Well, the aged father of Fred Bidwell,
of Smith street, is confined to the home
of his sou as the result of injuries re
ceived from a fall on Smtd ly. The in
juries sustained are in the region of the
hips, but no bones are brokeu and the
contusions are not considered serious.
March '.'7 is the due ou which G. M
Wallace lodgo, Brotherhood of Rail
road Trainman will hold their annual
ball. All persons holding a ticket will
be entitled to a chance of winning 50
iu gold. This inducement is given In
place of the expensive souvenirs that
the boys always distribute.
A grand hop is being talked of
among the elite of Danmore society.
Ahout the middle of February is the
time most favor ibly mentioned.
James J. Bryden, of tbe Pennsyl
vania Coal Company's Engineering
corps, lately located at PittttOO, Will
remove to Dutimore this week. He
will occupy a handsome residence on
Miss Lucetta Miller will at an early
date, leave for Brooklyn. N. Y., where
she will euter hospital work.
U s.i,. Shepherd has returned from
visiting friends at Avoca.
'lh excellent sermon preached by
Rev. J. W. Williams at the Presby
terian church Sunday evening has re
ceived warranted praise and comment
from all who beard it.
A. D. Blackiutou has returned from
visiting relatives at Roekland, Me.
Howard Hone anil llnxuas Ware
spent Saturday skating at Elmhurst.
1 he Presbyterian Sunday school has
sent several boxes and barrels of cloth
ing to the destitute which are in the far
south and west.
Ex-Cbief of Police John Brogan is
erecting a large hotel building at the
corner of Shoemaker avenue and Chest
MISCELLANEOUS MOOSIC ITEMS.
Soma of tha Nawsy Happenings in Thia
Liva H.-r ugh.
Special to the Zicranton Tribune.
MoosiC, Pa., Jn. 29. Mr. and Mrs
Thomas Gammell, of South Main street,
held their twenty-fifth anniversary at
their home Monday evening.
MissDinke Greene spent Sunday with
friends in Avoca.
Mrs. Eugene Sutton, formerly of this
place, died at her home in Plttston ou
Snnday. The funeral will be held
Wedndsday afternoon at 2 o'clock at
her late residence.
Miss Maggie Parfrey is visiting at
tbe home of ber sister, Mrs. William
Cole, of Dunmore.
Mister Byiard Hand is suffering
from a severe attack of la grippe.
Rv. G. X. Makely will occupy the
pulpit of tbe Presbyterian churoh on
Min street, next Sun lav, Feb 4
Mrs. S. J. Corby is suffering with an
attaclt of the dropsy.
Thomas Ellis has moved from the
house of Archie McDonald, to the
Davis block on the Moosic flits.
Miss Bessie Hinds is visiting Miss
Kittie Johnson, of Penobsaot.
The Moosie Powder company have
given the married men work for a few
J. A. Hand is recovering from ti
severe attack of la gripps.
Mrs. A. C Storm, of North Main
street, is ronT alescing.
David Dick has moved Into his new
residence on Millie Hill.
No dance was held at the home of
Miss Carrie Yandenburg, on Main
street, as recently reported.
THE CITIZEN'S CAUCUS.
It Will Nominate a Ticket at Taylor Be
gardlsaa of Politics
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Taylor, Pa, Jan. 20. The Citizens'
caucus will meet tomorrow night. It
will endeavor to come Into prominence
by nominating a strong ticicet regard
less of politics, and many of those nom
inated on the Republican ticket will be
The cltiz'ns' plea is that when a busi
ness man came up for office at the late
Republican caucus and nnd a laboring
man agninst him he was defeated The
citizens who assemble could do no bet
ter thau Indorse the whole Republican
ticket, as overy man is fit to occupy his
THE PRICE LIBRARY GLEE CLUB.
A Musical Organization to be EfT-iotad In
the Near Fti'nra.
S)ierial to the Scranton Tribune.
Tayix)k, Pa.. Jan. 29 The Price
Libraiy Glee club soon to be organized
will consist of Prof. T. J. Williams,
Harry Bonne, Dan Davis, O. M. Wil
II mm. D. A. Williams, Thomas E1
ward.s, Hsrry Evans, John Price, Have
Jones, Charles Dibble, J. F. Tubhs,
John Edwards, Will Moran of Tiik
Tkihcnk and many others.
Those who wish to join can apply of
M. C Judge or H. J. Daniels for membership.
CROWDS AFTER BOOKS
Surprise at The Excellent Quality of tbe Stand
ard Works Furnished.
TERSE TAYLOR TOPICS.
Heating of the Prloa Library Association
Ths Arraatof Martin I von.
Special to the Si ronton 'Tribune.
Taylmk, Pa, Jau. 2U The Price
Library association will meet Thurs
day Dlght for business. Tboso who
wIbIi to join or pay duos nre Invited to
be present. The organization of a glee
clnb will also probably he effected.
The Tkiiiunk correspondent erred
in sending the speolal that Morris
Davis made the arrest upon Martin
Joyce. It should have been Constable
When Bnhy wan slcl", we gurc. her Castorla.
When she was a Guild, she cried for Castorla,
When she brearnn Miss, she clung to Castorla.
When slio had Children, she gave thuui Castorla,
REMARKABLE DEMAND FOR THEM
All Handsomely Bound and Well
Printed on Superior Paper in Large
Clear Type, with Illuminated Covers,
Resembling the Works Contained in
tbe Albrignt Library List of the
Titles of Books Contained in the
Oxford and Rugby Series.
Crowds of people auxioss to see the
books of the Oxford, Rugby and Co
luuibns series yesterday filled Tine
TRIBUNE office, and their curiosity w is
soon turned to pleasure, for they !:ad
not expeoted to behold such an excel
lent quality of standard works, ho
handsomely bound, euch fine paper and
in such clear and large type.
It should be boruu iu mind that all
the books of all tho series, which have
illuminated covers, are bound iu oloth,
many of them in the hnglish vellum
cloth. As a consequence the demand
for the books exceeded all expectations.
The geueral remark of surprise was
that they resembled almost exactly the
fino works in the Scrauton library.
They had not looked for such exell
ence. All these books in the different series
have arrived, and as there is a raid on
some spuria! authors it win pay mose
desiring first choice to out coupons
and send iu their cash without delay.
Following are the titles of th books
comprised in the Oxford aud Rugby
(26 Cents Each.)
Chestnuts, Old and New.
Children of tho Abbey.
Tom Cringle's Log.
Vicar of Wakefield.
Arabian Nighls Kntertaiumcut.
Deldeu, or the Iiou Hand.
The Countess Eve.
Tdo Confessions of a Woman.
Wooed nnd Married.
Two Vears Before the Mast.
All Sorts and Condition of Men.
Tom Brown at Oxford.
Tom Brown's School Days
A Strange stery.
Mill on the Floss.
Last Days of Pompeii.
Daughters of Ueth.
Heart of Oold.
Kestell of Greyston.
Cbaplct of Pearls.
Frederick the Ureatand His Court,
Armorel of Lyouesse.
Lime Kiln Clnb.
An April Lady.
A Marked Man.
("rinps, The Carrier.
The Honorable Miss.
Lady Maude's Mania,
Bride of Laminermoor
Life of Daniel Booue.
Tbe Rival Princes.
Murdered in the Rue Morguo.
Reproach of Annersley.
Last of tbe Mohicans.
Old Myddletou's Money. .
The Mysterious Island.
Mystery of OrcivaL
The Second Wife.
Search for Basil Lyndhurst.
Tho House of the Seven Uablei.
The Waces of Sin.
Strange Adventures of a Pheaton,
Birds of Prey.
The Firm of Uirdleatou.
Our Mutual Friend
A Pair of Blue Eye
The Humau and Divine.
Th story of an African Farm.
Crown of Wild Olives.
Life of Kit Carson.
Child's History of England.
Tbe Fairy of the Alps.
Mv Lot d and My Lady.
Tour of the World in 80 Days.
Twouty Thousaud Leagues Under tho
Tho Phantom Ship,
Knickerbocker History of Now York.
Lady Audley's Secret.
a llaidv Horseman.
House on the Marsh.
The Owl House.
Old Curiosity Shop.
Nick of the Woods.
Wit, Humor aud Pathos.
In the Schillingscourt.
My Heart's Darling.
Life of David ('rocket.
Lady 'astlemains's Divorce,
The Sin of .loost Avohugh,
Half Hour with Ornat Humoriata.
Half Hour with Oruat Story Tellers
Half Hour with (treat Novelists.
History of the Unltud States.
Her Dearest Foe.
Qrtmm'S Fniry Tales.
1. 1 lit - 'l Clique.
Faith and Unfaitlu
A False Start.
Sreiios from Clerical Lilt,
Old Mnmsclle's Sncrot.
Macleod of Daro.
Cast Up by tho Sea.
Other People's Mouey.
Tho Dove In the Eagle's Nest.
The First Viollu.
The Parting of the Ways.
Forty Liars and Oilier Lies.
The Vicomte's Bride.
Far From the Maddening Crowd.
Dramas of Lifo.
Famous or lufnmous.
Alary St. John.
Shadows and Suubeums.
Phra, the Phoenician.
Swis- Family Robinson.
Ladies' Family Physician.
An Egyptian Princess.
Anderson' Fniry Tales
Twenty jean After.
The Scarlet letter.
The Arundel Motto.
Is Lifo Worth Living.
TbaddeUS ot Warsaw.
The Wooing O't.
Twice Told Tales.
K in o in ("lemming,
The Young Dukn.
strange C.iso of Dr. Joltyll and Mr.
(20 Cants Eaoh.)
The Boys in the Forecastle.
Roanoke l-laml to .Miufruenboro.
Popular Naturul History
Stories from American History.
The Smugglers' Cave.
Erllug the Bold.
Adventures Anions the Indians.
The Rifle aud the llouud.
Rilbert the Traveler.
Audubon the Naturalist.
HnulT's Fairy Talus,
Fort Sumter to Roanoke Islnnd.
SoUquI Life, or Three Years at Wolvor
ton. Ocean Waifs.
The WbltC Elephant.
My lour in burope.
Nature's Young Nut
Frank Wlldman's Advonturora on Land
The Qolden Maguot.
Round the World.
Stories About Animals.
German Fairy Tales.
Boys' aud Uirls' Story Book.
Young Folks History of Oreoco.
Adventures of Famous Sailors.
Boys of the Bible.
The Adventures of Rob Roy.
Young Folks Bo ikof Birds.
The Young Foresters aud Other Taloa.
old Merry's Travel on the Continent.
Abbott's Stories for Children.
Fairy Tales from Brett. .
Wild Sports in the Far West.
Eastern Fairy Legends Current in South
Edgeworth's Moral Ta'es.
Yi ting Acrobat.
Perils of tho Jungle.
Through the Looking Glass.
Our Young Soldiers.
Oriental Fniry Tales.
Young Folks' History of Rome.
Spanish Fairy Tales.
Eight Years' Wanderings in Coylon.
Fort Pillow to the Eud.
Tho Fire Brigade.
.lackauapes and I hher Tales.
Young Folks' History of Germany.
Mulfreesboro to Fort Pillow.
The Mountain Cave.
The War Tiger.
Edgeworth's Classic Talos.
.lack W hooter.
Young Folks Natural History.
Young Folks History of France.
Wonders of the (treat Deep.
The Wolf Boy in China.
The Magician's Show Box.
Luke Bennett's Hide Cut.
Adventures of Fatuous Trnvolers.
Saudford and Merton.
Iu the Wilds ut New Mexico.
The Tiger Prince.
Tho Red Eric.
(15 Cents Eaoh.)
Airy Fairy Lillian.
An Old Man's Darling.
Ah In a Looking OIish.
Arabian Nights' Eiitnrtaiumont.
At the World's Mercy.
Bride of tho Tomb.
Child's History of England.
A Dateless Bargain.
The Deer Slaver.
The Duke's Secret.
Dedlee. or the Iron Hand.
A Desperaio Woman.
A Dreadful Temptation.
A Deathbed Marriage.
Essavs of Ella.
Tho Frozen Pirate.
Grimms' Household Fairy Tales,
Guy Kentnere's Wife.
The House ou the Marsh.
The Hon. Mrs. Vereker.
1 1 unity Andy.
John Halifax, (ientlemon.
Lady Audley's Secret,
lit Days of Potnpuil.
The Last of the Mohicans,
A Life's Remorse.
Little Gulden's Daughter.
Mr. Foitesqtio; nn Andrean Romance.
Tun Master of the Mine.
Matt; a Tale of tbe Curavau.
The Nun's Curse.
Old Mum'selle's Secrot.
A Priiico of Darkness.
The Leronve lue.
March In the Ranks.
BloanS Square Scandal.
The Wigwam an 1 Cabin,
Fly lug Dutchman.
Quiienio's Terrible Secret
'I he Reproach of Anuusloy
Tom Brown's School Days.
Tour of the World in Eighty Days.
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the
The Two orphans.
Two Y'ears Before the Most.
A Vajjraut Wife.
The Witch's Head.
Won by Waiting.
A Woman's Face.
A Wife's Urine,
Wife iu Name Only.
Master of BaLantrae.
Ivan the Serf.
Lady Valsworth's Diamonds.
For Fail h and Freedom.
A Family Affair.
A .Menial StrtiKglo.
For Another's siu.
Redeemed by Love.
Prlneees of Thuio.
At War with Herself.
Between Two Sins.
Uu si ndfaa r cents ettoa far peslagi any of
the hooks trill be sent by mail.
Closing out the bal
ance of our
at following prices:
Russian Lynx Circular Caps 'J4 inches, 3-1.1)8
Btaotric Seal Circular Capes. 24 Id 8.118
Astrakhan Circular Capes. 114 in 9.M
Wool -U' Circular Cup s, 1!4 in 14.00
Stoiiu Marten Circular Capos, 24 in 40.1X1
Broun Marten l iroula- l upus, 24 iu 45.IW
Otter Circular Cupes, 21 iu OU.UO
10 Days, Beginning Thursday, Jan. 18, at 10 A.M.
A. B. Brown's Bee Hive, Pittston, Pa.
Thousands Eemnanta of TJry Goods. Cloaks and Par Capes during
Kale ut less than cusi of material.
Every iuch of counter room covered with the greatest bargains ever
Ladies' Pelt Hats, this season's styles 10c. e.ich.
Bovh' Winter Waists 1 0o each.
Muffs 30c. each.
Cloaks $1.50 ench.
HOSIERY, UNDERWEAR AND NOTIONS AT yUARTEU OF VALUE
COME. IT WILL PAY YOU,
Great Clearing Sale.
Hoal Sacipics, .Is inches long 1180.00
Ken! Jackets, 2i Inches 100.00
Xual Jackets. 24 inches long 8tW
Astrakhun Jitckoti, Ji iuchuj loo 3i.HU
Seal Circular Cape, U0 inches long, with
Butterfly Cape J85.00
Otter Circular Cape, 11 inches lout,-, with
Butterfly Cape 105.01)
Sable drooler Gape, uu limbos long 85 oo
Astrakhan Circular Cape, 111 inches long 22 Oil
Electric heal Circular Capo, 80 in. long.. 20 00
Oruy Grimmer Circular Cape, 30 In. long 30 00
40 ilozen American 8-al Muffs at.,..$l .25 each
1 let f children's sots at ftsc. each
1 lot of Sleigh Hohus, plush lined fJ each
Ladies' Plush and Cloth
Coats at Your Own
It ibinson Crusuu
Rory O' Moore.
The Hanoi's Spell.
The Hobo ami tho Lily.
The Sketch Hook.
The Swlsa Kiiuily Kubinson.
Strange Caso of Dr. Joykyll and Mr
138 Wyoming Ave.
The only Practical Furrier in the city.
That we arc headquarters for everything In
the line of tVATCHBS If you have any Idea
of purchasing unv kind of a Watch, hnlv's or
gent's, (loll' or silver, vuu will nuiken griev
ous mistake it vuu ilnUiit give us n call ani!
g"t nur uriccs. which vu will tlinl far lielnw
alintners, especially in all the high grades of
Minn. waltliHtn ami iisiupuon mnvemenrs
IT yuu have any iloulils uinl are at alt rusted
on prices gi o use call aad are will have no
trouble in convincing vuu. We still haves largo
stock to dispo C.of, slid will oHer you won
iieriul Inducements in Jewelry, silverware,
Clocks and all nthor goods which wu have in
C. W. Freeman
lVnn Ave nnd Spruce St.
ROPING MISTLETOE, etc.
l'ricos very rensonnblo. Space
will not permit us to mention tho
good thiiiKB fur a Christmas diu
nor Stock is complete. Anything
to be found in a lirst-class uinrket.
W. H. PIERCE,
IS THE BEST, (lot prices ami
tee the furnace nnd be con
vinced. A full line of HEAT
ER8, Appello and Uauzo Door
Eureka Laundry Go.
Cor. Linden St. and Adams Ave.
Col ht IIolsu Bviuaul
All kinds of Laundry work guaranteed
A. B. BROWN'S BEE HIVE,
and Old Sores Es
Catarrh, Malaria 3
and Kidney Troubles
p PRICKLY ASH, POKE ROOT
gr Marvelous Cures
in Blood Poison
P. P. P. porifle tbt Mood bulMnnp
tho weak un1 dublPUtted, ns
tstrungtb. to wuiike Dud nerves, expels
' dtsettseu.KivlrtK the patient health und
liiipiiliiMSri whure ilokDMl, K"l kidj
I;eliDgH and la attitude tirst prevailed.
mp For primary. Hecjiiitry tnd tertiary
ByphlfiB, forulood polttnnlni;, mercu
rial polaon, malaria, dyspepsia, and
In all blood and akin dlheaneH, like
blotches, pimples, old chronic ulcers,
teiur, Bcftld heau, boils, erytdpelas.
eczema we may ear, without fear of
" contradiction, tbat P. P. P. Is the best
- blood purlilur in the world, and makes
tiOHltlvo, fpoedy und permanent curc-a
' In all cases.
Ladles whose system ar poisoned
and whose blood in In an Impure oondl
W tloo. due to menstrual Irregularities,
TTT ar peculiarly beneilted by the won-s-'
dorful tonic andbloo.i cloannujr prop
jji ortlesof P. P. P. - Prickly Ash, Poko
1 Root and Potassium.
, I I I " ' ' I ' -V. , IVU., IU. i rl . l"J.i.
I can speak in the hlnlii-st termn of
your medicine from my own personal
Knowledge. I wanaffectud with luart
KiiuwiedKe. i wuHiiitci'ifii wnii ujurt
disease, pleurisy aud rheumaticm for
3"j vears. was treated by the very best
,.k.'..laa. r...t,t htmrlrudu r.f 1,U
1 ii -. iii muu nyi-iiL . . 'ireus m um-
ars, tried every known remedy with
jut nndlng relief. I have only taken
one Dottlo ot ynur P. P. P., ami can
cheerfully say it has dune nie mi-re
good than anything I hare ever taken.
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MRS. M. M. YEARY.
h, r. . Greun County, Mo.
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Prlcklv Ash, Poko Hoot and Potas
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t'apl. J. U. Jobuston.
To nil vhinn it may ritnrern: I here
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and am now entirely cured.
(SlKtied byj J. b. JOHNSTON.
Wkln 4'anrer Cured.
TttHmmy rum the Mayor u SeQVin.Tcx.
SugriN, Tex., Janaary 11, 193.
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troubles. Yours truly,
CAPT. W. M. RC9T.
Attorney at Law.
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