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THE SCRANTON TRIBUTE-SATURDAY MORNING. APRIL 21. 1894.
WHERE LIES DANCER?
So Say the Various City Boards
ANSWER HAS BEEN FOUND
Evidence) That Even Impure Vegeta
bles anil Tainted Meat Are Not so
Bad as Food Undigested.
There linn been a great ileal taiil in
tht papers about edolterated foods,
Evury Luge city has a board of health
that earelnlly Inspect! the fruits ami
Vegetables that eoms into the city.
Tills is all very well; bnt it does not
roaeb the source of the trouble from
vrbiou inon nod women mitTer. No food
is healthy if It is not digested. If the
sweetest and freshest vegetable form
Bold Or iiM in the stomach, tlivy ate
boirouout. A boiling, rotting mats or
food in the stomneh that i not end
oeunot be digested, becomes simply
riik poison, no matter how pur ami
good the f joJ way have been before it
WS eaten, so that the trouble i not to
much with the foods se it is with our
power of digesti;;"; them and taming
t.'pm iuto purs blood. tWi, match),
nrrre, brain and bone.
What is the lesson from thea eltar
end often unthottgbt of truths'; Look
to your digestion I Food will help you
if it is the ri(;iit kind, providing you
digest it. If net, any food will injure
i.ud poltOD. 1: it hero that science has
OOmt to the rescue. The discovery of
a pro4t.s of artificially digesting food
hi.s been made, so that the ttomsob be
eomtc relieved of the necessity of over
wott, an. I io that perfect digestion can
tak i place without trtt'ort. The dis
tovtry of this predigested food bee
aroused a great deal of attention In
medical an i eientiflo circle, and now
that it is being manufactured and put
up in a form SO that people can obtain
it, t hit worked a revolution In the
snbjeot of foods. It is known to the
puhiic Ht Patkola, Increased weight,
freedom from dyspepsia and the pleat
log teusatiou of healthily SOtiog or
gans are ..crtsin to be foun I by all who
un this reat prtdigeeted food.
This hat been Itrlkiagly illustrated
in the can of Mrs. Charles bock, who
resides at So. 884 34th Street, Detroit,
Mich. Sjt said:
"I had been feeling tick for five
months. My ttreiitfth and flesh were
to fearfully reduced that I could not
leave my ro m for weeks. My appe
tite was poor and it teemed at though
I could Lot Bad anything that would
restore my strength, appetite or health.
Aly complexion was very sallow anting
tbis time, my sunken eyes were sur
rounded by deep, black circles, and
niy netvona system was so badly shat
tered that the faintt-tt noise would
seu'i me into hysterica.
"Oue day while I was tniTsring very
mnchuun felt pretty despondent my
husband brought me a bottle of that
great prt-digetted food i'afkola. I
commenced itt use and in four days I
not ouly ate heartily but I gained suf
ficient strenstb to leave my room and
look after tuy usual duties. Bv the
time the first lottle was consumed I
bad gained fife ponnds, the circles dis
appeared fr.'ia around my eyes, and
my complexion showed a marked im
provement. I continued the use of l'as
knla and have gained 14 pounds, am
attndins; to my houtehobl duties, and
beli-ve I owe it all to Psskola, and
that anv others may be suffering like
myself may recive the tame wonder
Such statements at the abov con
firm what the best srientists, doctors,
and physicians have already learned,
namely, that Paakola the pr digested
food, wLich it justly so popular, does
accomplish wuat was nev-r before
known in the hittory of the world.
A pap., let giving fnll particulars re
specting Patkola will be sent on appli
cation to the Pr -Digested Food Co.,
SO Reade St.. N. Y.Ci ty
CtNDIDATE JCK ROBINSON.
Accompanied b7 a Cot.ire ef Prominent
Bsp'ib'icins Invadu Pl'tston
STfeinl lo th Fcirmton Tribune.
PrrTSTOH, Pa, April 20. "Anthra
cite," the beiutifnl private car of the
directors of the Wyoming Vailey Trac
tion company having on board tbe fol
lowing, Hon. QtOTftS W, .Shonk, of
Plymouth; Hon. W. J. Harvey, Hon
D. J. beesa, Hon. J. C. Harvey, dele
gatet 1 1 the st tte convention, (reorge
W. ftray, Dr. V. M. Brundage, Will
iam A. Lohrey; Dr. Johnson, of the
Wtlk8-I!arre Record; Coanty Treas
urer Reed, Charles E Keck, John D.
JJIrminghatn, of the Wilkes-Harm
Leader; ex-Commissioner Harry Beans,
and Hon. J. Ii. Bobinson, commonly
known as Jaek Robinson, president of
tbe L'-ague of Republican clnbt of
Pennsylvania, and candidate for lieu
tenant governor on tho Republican
Upon the arrival of the car at Ln
Berne avenue the entire party invaded
tbe office of Squire James R. Khret,
wh'-re an informal reception wat held
for a short time. Tho entire parly
next proceeded to the List Side, where
Candidate Robinson was royally Wel
comed by the rank and file nntil iia
was forced to bid adieu and roturn lo
To a reporter Mr. Robinson expressed
himself as feeling extremely coufident
of tbe outlook.
Eucklnn'a Arnlia Ealva.
The heat snlvn in the wr.rld for '!nts
Brnisea, (sores, Ulcers, Salt Kheum, Fever
Horea, Tetter. Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns snd all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures files, or no pny required. It
is guaranteed to (jive perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 centa per
hoi. For sale by Matthews Broe.
JURY Sf.YS NOT GUILTY.
Contractor Rosencrance Wquittad of the
Chnra-a Brr.uirht Airalnst film.
Pittston, Pa.t April 20 In conrt
yntterdny ('harles Rotsnoranoe of this
il!te, on trial for manslnn(;liter, wat
acquitted of the Oharge but diroctotl to
pity the costs of the suit.
Attorneys John T. Lunarian and ('.
F. Bohan worn Rfleencranoes1 counsel,
nnd hit acquittal was principally due
to their untiring efforts."
The suit was the outcome of tho nl -lejrad
carelessness of the defendant in
(lisohnrKini; a lilnst whereby two men,
Kowan and Anlly, "sinkers," were
Mown into eternity near Bmithtllle,
Dec. 28, 1803.
T)r. Wood's Norway l'ino Syrup cures
coughs and cold quickor than nny other
remedy,' because it combines tho lune
boaling quality of the pine-tree with other
vnlunblo medicines. Sold by nil dealers
on a guarnn tee of satisfaction.
Seeing is believing. You'll be
lieve when you see the beauty of
Newsy Farairruphs Cut Dowu for Quick
Sprcidi to ttie fieraatsN TWoena,
Pittston. Pa,, April 20. The funeral
of Paler Wagner, who died Thursday
morning, will take place from his late
resldenoe on North Main street this
afte.-uoon at 2 o'clock, Rev, Dr. Parke
officiating. Interment will bo in Pitts
At the meeting of the board of health
Tbursdav night tho board organized
for the ensuing year. Benjamin Hard
ing whs ohoseo president, and James
Tigtiti, of Upper Pittston, was ap
pointed health officer.
The Wyoming Valley Educational
association will meet in the West
Pittston high school room tomorro w
afternoon at 9 o'clock. W. I llihlm
will deliver an addn ns and Professor
P. S ( lurk will open n discussion on
tbe question, "Should examinations' be
nude a bnNit for promotions','" Ua
Some time during Thursday night a
valuable norse was stolen from Dsntel
UcCormick's bsrn at Port Qrifflth.
The case was placed in the hands of
Detective Qeorge Brown, who went to
Wilkee-Barre yesterday, where be
found the horse in McDonald's livery
stable, a policeman having early
this morning found a voting man with
the horse of Public Square. The fel
low , ITered to s-dl the horse to the ofB
i era for $1 t, and the latter OOOCluded
the horse had been stolen and arrested
the young man, who is a resident o(
Port Griffith Vesterdry Mr MoCor
mick brought the horse back home
Miss llclle Miller, of Church street,
entertained a company of her friends
last evening. A very pleasant time
was had by all present.
Mr Caroeuter. a hrakeman In the
CaXtOn rards, received severe tbsli
wounds about the hips Wednesday af
ternoon by being tqueeisd while coup
Miss L Turn, of Falls, is tbe guest
of Mrs Fred Sible, on Church street.
Ttu diagram for the entertainment
to begin at Music bull next Monday
under ih" auspices of the B. V sodal
ity of St. John's church opened at Music
hall hook store yesterday.
Miss Annie Keating is visiting Arch
Jit. and Mrs. Joeph Casper were
pit i- intly surprised by a large number
of their friends on Thursday evening
at their home on Spring street. A royal
time Was had by all fortunate to be
Mrs Joel Breuton, of the West Side,
who has l a. oi attenduig her daughter,
Mrs. Flsnnigan, of Wilkee-Barre,
through a siege of sickness, relume I
The funeral of William Keating,
who died at the hospital on Thursday,
will tak place from his sitter's. Miss
Mary Keating, residence on Broil
street tbis afternoon at 9 o'clock. In
terment in Market street eemetsrv.
Dr. R. H Gibtions will be in his
Scrantou office every Monday from 6
in tbe morning uutil D in the evening.
FINANCIAL AN:) COMMERCIAL
Stocks and Eonds.
KXW TORK, April 20. Chicago Gat was
the principal feature of the railway and
miscellaneous speculation today, The
sales enttre list were l."iO,."illl shares, and 1 f
this amount Chicago liured for lit.owi
shares, f he stock opened at 07, rose to
tl and closed at t'Ji. BL Paul came iu
next in point of activity. Tbe total stock
rose from Mf to W-t and was in deniaud.
The fact that the encasement of 8,0(Ki,o(:n
gold for exjiort failed to disturb long stock
created noiietderable uervousuess 111 the
bear rank aud a movement to cover set it.
As a result prices moved up to
the Improvement being most pronounce 1
iu Missouri Pacific, Lead, Nortnwest, Hur
lingt'iu, Block bland, LoulsVtlls and Nash
ville and L'tuon Pacidc. New England
was heavy, declining 1 to in on a report
that a plan of re-organization provides
Mr assessments of tSU per share on tbe
common aud ti'i per share on the prefer
red. The market closed firm and L, to 1J,
per cent, higher than yesterday.
The foil wmg oompJOte t.ihie Hnowing tho
day's fluetnations in oetivo stis'ks is supplied
an,! r Vised dally by Laliar Fuller, stock
brokers, 121 A'yonnng avenue;
Am. Cot. Oil
A. T. & B. F
ren. N. .1
1 'hie. A N. W
o a. q
C.CtC ftSt. L....
OoL. Houk.Val. ftT
iJ. ft II
u., L, w 1
f). ft 0. F
. E. ()
I., ft M
n. y. a K. e..
H. Y. Central 88W
H. Y.. O. A W..
N . Y., S. ft W..
t;. h. 0, Co
North Pr. pf...
T . I. ft I
Texas V Pao....
w. iu s
W. ft U B. pf...
ChleaeoOr.ii and PrCTldonti
SCaASTOe, Apill 8). Tat n..- qnota-
tiona are aupphed ainl oorraoted dally ll ua
liar ft Fuller, stiHik hroliers.ll Wyninm.' are
mil'. WHEAT. Mnv .Inlv. Bent,
Opening MM 8IM 88)4
ii.iri- -t Njl t'l'i 88m
Lowest Mj lll( Ki'i,
Closing M"a ma,
OlimilllK 8!l Wi W14
lligheat W'i 40 II
Lowest Ml Mi'l, 4U14
ClosiuK i 88H 4ou
Opening KKi S8Vi 8BU
HiKhmt UN 8Hte BM
lowest '"Jli mi li'i'd
Closing S.')5 88N 8SI
Opening .'. 1887 IVIW
HlKbest 170 ltt!
Iiw.at 1850 Il'iIO
closing 1888 IfiO
f)lnlng 180 77 7'7
lii,..,.! 778 "2 77
Lowest MO 717 788
Cloning 7'i- Till 781
8H RT ItlHH.
Opeiiltig 841 880 888
Highest IW 8SI 6U
Lowest 848 M0 ir'i
Chrnlng ti.ri7 BM M
Nw York PredUSS Market.
Kkw Vuiik. April 20. Floub Steady,
WuttAT Dull, llrmer with options. No.
2 red, atom and elevator, OlfaODOvl "Hoat,
04c, ;t 0. b., 88)f'aM('o. ungraded red,
BOaotC.; No 1 northern, Klii:: options
were dull. No. a red closed April, 02c;
,Mny, 8Bct June, r,le.; July, osVct Au
gust, Ci'r. ; September, tiliWc. ; October,
tisXc; lleremtHT, 711;, e.
Conn Dull, Br nil No. 2, 44 fc; ele
vator; 45c. afloat; ungraded imzed, 44a
afia; steamer mixed. 84c. 1 options dull.
April, 44f,c.; May, 44)c. ; July, 45c.
Oats-Fairly active, tinner; opiions,
more active, higher; April, ItSc ; May,.S7,' ,c;
July, 86K0.; spot prices, No. B,eW No.
2 white, 41c; No. li Chicago, 4Uc; No. 8,
He.) No. I! white, .1lia4llc.; mixed western,
B9t40c.j white do. and whito state,
Ban Hteadyi family, tlSaM; extra
mens, 88s 8. SO,
TlKKCEU tlEKK Dull.
Cl'T MXATS Firm, quiet.
Lakh Qoiet, about steady) western
steam chisel at $S.1S; city, 7c; April,
tS.10; May, $8,lP July, $7.70; relined
steady; continent, 88.41); South Amerlcu,
8s -0; compound. li.Hiafi'jC.
Pork Moderate demand, steady; mess,
liuni ii 1,'niet, weaker; state dairy,
new. IBalBC! do., old, llnlTc; do.,
creamery, new, Sla88c; Pennsylvania
do,, 91a98o.; western dairy, new, HJ.j'a
irc; do., orsamery, new, losSVct do.,
factory, lOall&i oigins, S8c imitation
OHmunk- Old steady and fairly active;
new QUiet and UOSetlled) state, large,
old, 0al9Jfoi fancy, old, liai-'c.: do.,
small, 10al3Kci partskimaj old, BaU.'.tfuU
kima old, 3a9)4e.
Boob Jdoderate demand) Brmeri state
and Pennsylvania, 11,'jc.; goote, tba5o.
ivestero, llalljj'o.; tonthern, iiiaiic.
Fcrsnlon Wtaoletal Markets.
BoiuirroXi April. 30, FHurre aao t'ao-
auoa lined apples, per IK, t.a7. : evap-
uratrd spplea, IlallUc per lb.; Turkish
prunes, tJfafiCI Bnglltll cur ran la, -a-'to. ;
layer raisina, 1.7Sal.8U mucatel, SI.' Da
1,38 per box; new Valeuclas, Ila7.
ItKANS Marrowfats, t3.45a2.M per
butbel) mediums, ll.70al,80i
t las tireen, II, lfial.80 per Iniaheliipllt,
I8.fi0a2.fi0l lentela, Xaloo. tier penud.
Potato sS" fifiaOOo, per busiiei.
Onions- fi&C to tuie. per bimhel.
BUTTBH IfiO. to 90c, per lb
UHBBSa 10al30. par lb.
Rocs Freeh. I Ho,
Poultk Chlokana, dressed, 12 to inc.:
turkeys, 13 to ifc
tHOKKB BXBV OUttldSS, llVj'c.; sets,
18 Wc; lusldesand sonoklee, ifio.
POBK -Mess at 817; short cuts, f IH.
1 .wo irsi In tlertes at .; In tabs,
BlfCI In Ill-pound palls, 90.1 lu 5-ponnd
(ihiu, n , '.; e-poiiud pallt. Ins. par
iilkf Choice hUgnrcured, ainoked beef,
Ft-oun Minnesota patent, per barrel.
I4.40a4.60j Ohio and Indiana ambar, at
! . 1. 1 elm in at :,.:,. rye Hour, at
ltuuKWHKAT PLOUB 18.70 per cwt.
Kim Mixed, par cwt., BtOSo.
liKHN Kye, 05c.; com, 47 to4Ua.; osti,
4os48c per bushel,
livi: stiiaw Per toll 'tfalfi.
wntn Baby was slek, we rave her fnitorta.
When s!ie was a l olid, she itI.mI for CBStorfB,
When she became Kba, the clung n Csstoria,
W hen the liaJ L'tiiMrcii.abe gavulbeui Cuaturta,
WEAK MEN Y0UR ATTENTION
11 Is C.MXKU to mi
QlM1 I'iiIihIi Kt liH'iiy,
Gray's SpecIHc Medicine
IF YOU SUFFER " Ni"r
, iyous LHS
if Uoily ami Mind, Siienua-
torrbea, unit Impoteney, and ah diseases that
arise riom over iniuiienee anil i-eii antise. as
I.ohs ,,f leniory and Pow er, IHiiiuess of Vis
ion, Premature Old Ace and many other dis
eases that lead to Insanity or Consumption
ami an early grave, wr lefor 11 pamphlet.
Addrvse OKA.V UED1CINE CO., Buffalo.
N. Y. The Hpeotfic Medicine is sold by all
drnnrlttt at $ ier package, or six packages
for J3,or sent bv mail on reeelpt of money. and
with every 86,0(1 order WE GUARANTEE
a cure - r money refunded
ty On account of eonuterfelti we bava
adopteii the Yellow Wrapper, the only genu
in.. SoUl In Scranton l,v ilatthews Hroi
We have placed on sale
our line of Ginghams for the
cominjr spring and summer.
Finer Goods, More Tasteful
Colorings and Lower Prices
than ever before, are what
will recommend them to our
OIL AND MANUFACTURING CO.
Manufacturer nn' Dealers
All ft IU)
Also Shafting and Journal Grensi
I Laekiin'mina Ava.
HOW LIKE A
MAN HE FEELS
I AST YKAl: be had
' lie boughl ;i house
paid 1300 down, gave u nmrt
gage for $1,550. Today he est)
mates as follows:
luterott "a morteeffOi
Taxes ami repaln
Net wivIiik en root....
Siived (in Miliary
To spply en rnortflsfo
. -n m ua m
RKFt.KOTION-"In POUR vein, thai
Ileum, will tie fire Irelll .1.' lit. mill I I, ill
hove a homo "i my own."
cui'.r.N RirtOR la tha paradise for
homes. Finn x Bona have reooutljt Bin
Ithod a beautiful Villa, Whloh lliey oiler,
en vnthy puymoatt, ul i .
Cull at their oflloe, botwoon Washington
nnd Adamaon OllvootreoS
EZRA FINN & SONS,
I EnN to'iOrlra by
Mas o HBVri"
otly, tndn iwtatej btam ' ISOOwmiibu,
fi-siliv prwN :id lOO tngr hetk, illt.ilrMM from
liritfr ini r.iilpe'ir1,frt by intll Writrtllotrlprinp
tidl Mirriiijr fitit, Our f.l u i.'-n"' y will
PoBifivAiy mi, ooi r.nnKiY m , m,
Ladies Who Value
A rcflnrd complexion niustmo Poironl's PoiH
(ii. It produces a soft and beautiful skiD
1 " ' a 's . ejKt'i
I Vrirft T!r?it'roi'!1
SUPERLATIVE AND GOLD MEDAL
The above briinds of flour can be had at any of the following merchants,
who will accept Tun TiunuNic FLouit COl'l'oN of 25 011 each one hundred pounds
of flour or oil on each barrel of flour.
Scranton K. P, Price, Wasiiington avenua I
Hold Uedai Brand,
Dunmure F i Prlos, Qold Medal Brand.
Dnumora-7. D Mauley Bnparlatlve Brand.
Hyde Park Carson 8) Davit, Washburn st.
(I0I1I Medal Hi ami; .1 m,,Ii A Mears.Main
avenue, Bupoi latlvt Brand.
Qreen Ridge a UMpei '.Qold Medal Brand
rrovldenoe Kennor & ChappeU.N' .Main ayt-
nne, Buperlatlva brand ;0! J Ollletpia W.
Market street, 1 mi Braad.
Olynhant James .Ionian. Bnperlative Brand.
Peck villa BhatTer Kilasr Boperlatlvt.
jennrn c. o Winter, ,v- rjo Huperaiativa
Aii hlialil luam, S in m. 111 Co M M Medal
Carbondale- H. s. Olark, Qold Medal Brand.
Honetdale-1 N. Potter Co. Qold Modal.
Miiiiioka M II. Lavella
SI I, V Kit
s wiikksovs ENGLISH
sol 1 STEEL
A RUSSELL AND WELLS BROS.
C L TTING SIACHIN Kit Y.
Wholesale and retail dealers' in Wasonraakers' aud lilacksmithi'
1 Hull &
vVh.-- 3 205 AND 1
that there was no euro for inc. 1 pot worse and
worse. Scales would form over the sores and then ilrv out uniil they would
crack and pop open, showing fi watery mutter. My skin was nil like a dry
wrapper It felt as though ii had dried on me. The scales wen so bad that
they wo', Id collect in t!'c bed and have to bo shaken out. It was alsmt this time
that I commenced Ul Ing R. B. B. I was so bad that 1 was ashamed to take my bat
olf befor a neighbor. I had used five bottles of another medicine without noticing
nny cfb-. t but when I commenced to take B. B. B. the sores came out thicker
limn before, and they binned like tiro ; they were Immense blotches of lire that
would burn so I could not sleep. Tha way they burned and itched can not be
told, and I hope no ono else may ever know from experience. The only relief I
could get was from washing the sores with some B. B. B. S .,,
I stuck to the medicine and was on the fourth bottle before I could sec that I
was ically belter, although I knew that it was better to get such rottenness out of
my blood than to have it, stay there. I did say once that 1 wished I had never
commenced taking u. B. B.. but my wlfo encouraged me, and today 1 thank her
for the advice, fnr I am in good health now, and I don't believe 1 ever would have
been with my blood in BUcli a condition as it was.
My scalp now is clean and clear of nil scales and tetter, and on my body there
are only small spoti to show where tho tores were, and these spots ni'o free from
scales. 1 do not doubt but that, the cure will be perfect.
I am now on the sivtb bottle and will lake more until every spot Is gone. I
flfmly believe thai Bnrdork Blood Bitltrs will cure the worst disordt rs of the blood,
for uueh certainly was mine.
m 1 1 &
l'., ain mt aam tmug.
For sale by J OH N II. PHELPS, l'liui
t,' CO twtrnfcim
r.cw n::d poaillvo
liHKein;, JlTBC. lion I re., fit rillir":o, Bill! HUTU 1.1 I.i) niimbll i T Ul viTl 1 n' Clll' 1
annut It. Anrrtnnil drci. Ulster pbTIIOianoan iiutlt up for you, tlOVorytbiag Ijpl.-.ln unJulniplo. All
I nsk In return Is Hint yi n M ill liny ni.mall (icnntlty of the remedy from mo direct or odvPo your
frioodl to dim, i after you receive the recipe and seethft, Ihere Isnohniiit-mr noi-i'-Hutien. Butym
can do a you please r.hunt nils. ( '"rresion,lencostriclly confldontlal .indiCI Icttpril scut In plain
l inn ii guvglgpn. jSnoiOBg ri iuil' u i.-oii.eiiii in.
BiAak for DJ3. MOTT'S
. nana lor cuouisr.
JUli. MO ITB liJAllCJAL, CO., - Clovolaad, Ohio.
byC. SI. II A Kills, DruK4e8i Xl foun Avenue.
liom tl.t X V. Tridune, Xoil,lSSS.
"CHICAOO, Oct. 31. Fhe first olBcial
snnonncement of World's Fair di
ploinus on Hour has been made. A
ttiedul lias been awarded by tho
World's Fair judges to the flour manu
factured by the Washburn, Crosby Co,
in the great Washburn Flour Mills,
Minneapolis. The coinmittoo reports
the flour strong and pure, aud entitle!
it to rank as first-clasa patent flour fur
lumily and Liikera' usu."
V. BOLK8AI.lt AGENT
Taylor Judge A Co., Cold Medal; Atberton
& ;o., Buperlatlva,
liuryea Lawreueu Store Co., Gold Modal.
Moile-John MoOrlndle, Qold Medal
I'lltatoii M. w. O'Boyle, Qold Medal.
Clark's Qreen Praee it Parker, superlative.
Clark's Summit k. m. Vonug, Qold Modal.
Dallon S B, Finn & Sou, (.old Modal Brand.
N ) holson J. L. llnrdiukr.
Waverly-M. W. Bill! .V Son, Cold Medal.
PaotoryvUla -Chariot Gardner, Qold Medal.
Boobolton N. M Finn & Sou, Qold Medal
Tohyliaiuia Tohyliaiiua & Ltlllgh Luiulur
Co . Cold Medal brand
Qonidaboro s a. Adama Qold Meilal Brand.
Moseow -Qalm JtClenontt, Cold Medal.
Lake Ariel Junius A. Ilortren, Cold Medal.
Forest City J. L. Morgan A: Co., Cold Medal
It. It. SPIKES
The most complete
in the market.
0? VYOHtBG MR.
DRY ITCHING SCALES THAT CRACKED
AND POPPED OPEN.
LUtDLBT, StEUBEM Co., N. Y., Aptil 11, 1S90.
Fobtkb, Mnjuran & Co., Buffalo, N Y.
Of.nti.f.mkn : When about ten or twelve yearn
old 1 was troubled witli cracks across flic palm of
my left hand, and when they healed the trouble
broke out on my head, and every winter it would
come out us a Sort of tetter and make scales all over
my head, I have not been free from it n single
winter since, but it was worse last winter nfter 1 bad
the fjripp1'. fur then it came out in spots all ovor my
body. 1 had a doc lor examine me, and he told me
Wll' Itmrr. rrllllnln W ,h n . , . I 1 1. M ' .
11 A HAN , BE to cur NerToin Dclnlili, I , Oratioal FalNI in ilh, I
llivuhmlarr KinlNiinm Oom hut cnn.i,.' If OttlMted, (eirti IraoblM isad
tsiiinnipUaa 01 inmn lly. 81.00 Mr hoi b mtil.t b in fci t. Wlla ti rj I
iicl.l n. uir., a rllli"l U.I.... I.i cull, or li'lunil lie, mulii'V. AiMr
I'km, mkiui ink OOi. dtralut, Ohio.
nincist, cor. Wj oniing Ave. nnd FpruceSt,
MM OMHE YOURSELF
tHiirEil . B
Why wcuo time, niuncy lonl Iieiillh Willi "doctors" Wonderful "cure1
alls," IMicclhY.t, oic, when IWUltond l'Kl;i: llio nn"criiitum of a
remetlv for tho prompt l..siinT euro of
I. "st Jii.iiiliiinil, MgMlly jMiils(,,,i,,i, Kcrvnnd Wi ukiii ns In
old or young man. yariqoeeio, Impotoncri and to onlargowotk,
sliinteil orgnna, Wuree in Two Wt'oha. I send this pvotcrlp"
ii. I... . .iii;:erioi i.
TOsTrftfTb1 B WWTT, jTaTjL Tho only oafo, euro and
I ni min,' c t'uiaio i ii,i,
evor otTerod to LadieB,
od to renrried Ladies.
FEBSTBOTAL PIX.X.8 and take no other.
rnaa s.uu per Dox o boics ir sj.uu,
I'ilYrill 1A.NS Wit -1 1.1. 1 us -.
li. KLUAH DKAN has ruuiuvud to (111)
Sorucu etruet. SLi-untou. l a. (Just on
POttte eourl houso Square)
DU A. J. LONNKLL, cilllr-u 21)1 Waalnugton
avonue. coinur Spruce atrout, ovur
F raneao a drug store. Iteaidonco, TH Vine at.
Ollieu hours: lu.du to 1" a. m. and S to t and
880 to 7.;m p, nj. Sunday, S to 3 p. m.
D". W. K ALLLN. UUlco cor Lucki
wanna and Washlnirtou avea.! over Leon
aid bhiaj utore; ollicu hours, lot., t! a. ul auJ
II to 4 p. 111.; uvunius at roalUeiico, bli N.
C. L. FKLV. I'ractlee hunted to Die
aaSM of thu Kve. Ear. Noao ami Throat;
oltieo, ll Wyoming avo. Residence, M Viim
1 tree t,
nit. L M BATES. V& Wliini;toii Avanna,
Ullku liuui-H, t u a.m., 1 :m 'o o1 and
toH p.m. ftatldoBOSSN lladliun uv.-nu
IOII.M U WBNSa H, D.. Offlcej U und
I t.iiiaiiieiiiveitlia I, 'ul, I,,,,. PAflldanfia
Madltonavti oBaoenonrt, luto 12, -'te l, 7 lu
6i Sundays MO to 4. OVOBloBS at rcHidunce. A
iptolalty made of dvoaoot of tho yu, ear. uos
tjid throat nnd BTrotooK y
n, I J 1 1
lihtry a npnciiilty; Kolj uiedid
TewpboM No. i7;h,
I. A MM'. Its.
M C. RAJfCK'H Law and Collection of
flOflL No. 1117 orttOa St.. (.tninlt I '
Hoiikh. 8crunton. Pa.: coilertioiis a trteelaltv
thnniKhout 1'minnylvanla; reliable corretpODU
nts lu every comity.
LhSUf S 4 I1A..U, Atturueya and Couuavl-
J',i , lit l.HW. LOIIiIiiOliU-enilli I, nil, In, J
WanhiuKtou av W. U. Jcnscp,
HOBACI K HAnn,
W, H JKssue, Jit
ll'II.I AKO. WAKItKN Si KNAl'P. Alt
iioj ( mid Counsi'lori at Law, i; tniollcao
lilllllllliu, Vi nsllllll'toU live.. S(
IJA'l'i KhnoN it wU.ijoa, Attoroeya aud
Couiiaellors ut Law; olhcoaU and 9 Llbrury
Liu. i.i,,:. bcrautou, Pa
Hoswrr.L H PATTiimoo.
WlI.I.IA M A. VV'IM.ox
ALFRED BAND, WILLIAM . I. BAND, At,
tiirn.-vs mill ('ounsellorM. ComuiunweUh
build i iu; ' Btooma 19. 10 and 21
U F. BDYLK, Altornoy at Law, No-. ID and
t 20, Burr building, WaBhingtou avenwe.
HEjNRY M. KKKI.Y Law oBlcea iu Price
buildiiiL'. 120 Wiialiiniiton avenue.
7BANK T OKi.l.L, AtWrncy at Law. Kooiu
V (ml Kxi-haiiKe. Scranton, Pa
MILTON w. LOWBY. i Att'm D WaabtDg
C.H VON BTOBCH. i ton av . (. H. wiuare
IAMKU W. OaKTOBD, Attorney at Lav.
i rnomt 88, 8t and 68, Conniiou wealth b'l'z
AltUBL V. KUiJAlt. Attorney ut Law.
i mice, .117 BPrUCAIt , bind. ton.
1A. WAT UBS, Attorney at Law. 423
j. L;ii'kyiYaiiija due.. Si-rhliton. Pft
P. SMITH, CoBnaellor at Law.
roomt St, 88, 88 Commonwealth bulldine
' K. PITCHER, Attorney at Law,
' ' mm i weal th Ixiilalnu Scranton, ra.
1.'. I'llMKliVS, 1121 Sliiuce
DB. KKPLOULt. Attorney -Loans neno-
t;ate'l i,n n-ril estiite i."curlty.4U? Spruce.
Bl KlI.LA.M, "Attomev at Law. 120 Wy-
omiut avonue, Scranton.
HAVE VOL It DtEDS AND MOKTOAUKS
writton and aoanowladgod by J W.
BROWNING. Aftornuy and Notary Vublic 28
QCHl "ii. OF THE LACKAWANNA Scran
O ton. Pa , prepares boys aud girls for collets
or business: thoroughly trains young children.
Catalogue at request.
Kev Thoma M Cans.
Waltek H. Bfti.u
MI8S WOKCE8TEB S K1NDEROAKTEN
and School, 412 Adams avenue, pupils
all times. Next term will open
III N I l I
i C L
LAURA CM, Surgeon Dentist, No,
R M. STRATTON, nffleo ' "' Bznhanve
nPHB REPUBLIC Savings and Lian Aaoo-
ciation will loan vou m -uev on easier terms
and p .y yo'-. better on investment than nny
otiier aasoclition. Call on S. N. OALLKN
fiF.K. I'mie Hank building
i R. CLARK & Co., Seodamen. r.ortstt
VT. and Nurserymen; store 146 Washington
avenue: gr.sn huUFie,135u North Main avenue;
stnre teU'pllono TS2
UKAN Ii V Mi 'N TEA C'U.. Jonos Bru
UIIIK 8CRBI N8.
IliS BUXTTBL, Bl! Lackawanna avonoa
ft Scranton. Pa . nianuf'r of Wir, Bereena
HOTELS AND BBBTAURANTe.
M'UE " W B8TMINBTBB, 217 21H Wyoming
1 live. Koiim.. heated with i-leaur. a.l uiod
eru improvenieiits C M Till mab. Prop
'1EULKH S HOTEL. !i"7 Lackawanna ave
ij uue, Scranton. lintes reasonable.
1 ZiKui.i.u. Proprietor.
W. ;. 8CHKNCK ttanacor.
Sixteenth ftrel one block east of Broadway,
at Union Square, New York.
American p'.fin. jiSuper ilny and upward
('OYN'E BOU8K, Baronaan plan! gooJ
J rooms, lipen day nd night lkir Bur
plied witii thu i'st
T It. COYNE, fronrlctor
li BAHTON HOUSE, near D. L & W. pa
O Si nger depot Conducted M the EnmpOaP
plan. VicTiin Kern. Preprlct r
(' HAM) CENTRAL l he largest and best
I cmilppoil hotel in Allentowa Pa ; ratm
2 and SAM per day.
n thu D, BARKBR, Proprietor.
Mil lllTI r
I i.w I;
V HOUPT, Arohlteeta Kooms 21.
I f s.'i and 88 Oommonwealtb
n i.i ir. BcrtMnOD,
l. w ALTER, Arehita
Ing, Wyoaslej tvenw
t. Library ootid
1.. BROWN. Ar.h P.. Architect, Price
building. I2ii v uhlngtori AvejiScrapton.
iis( in com i
( iRi 11KSTBA - MlSlli-
J) balls, picnics,
dings and Concert work fur:ilbi'd.For terms
sddiess R. ,t. Bauer, conductor. 117 Wyoming
nee , over lln'bei't's music, store.
ORTON O. SWAKTS WHOLESALR
lumber, t and I lime nans I ullillng.
; i CJABUBB BROTHERS, PRINTERS'
!l supplies, anVekVpta, rP'r lag", twine.
WMrabonaa 110 Washington ave. Scranton.
I 'in 'TP's LTVERY, IBSU Caponat avenue
I' First class carriages D L 1 OOTF. Agt
Funtrtl Director and tmbalmer.
I .''RANK P BROWN ,t- CO. WHOLE
L sale denies ill YVoodware, Cordage end
oil Cloth, W. Laokawannk avenue
'ZHA FINN SONS, biuldci-s and rontrar-
s lnrds ( orner Olive st. nnd Adams
ornorAshst ami Penn avo.. Beranton
IS THE Br ST. Get price nnd
tee the Itirnnce and be con
vinced. A full line of HEAT
ERS, Appello end Uauze Door
1 AMERICA I
1 COUPON NO. 45. I
Send or bring two of Iheso conpous, tlilTcreiitly numliiTed, S
S with Tou Ceut8,and got one of the series of sixteen inajjuilicent 3
S photographs. Eight numbers now reutly. Mail oniers,lic. extra, s
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
CENTRAL RAILROAD OF N. X
LEHIGH AND SUSQUEHANNA DIVISION
Aathraoita ai umuiI oxolnatvsljr, lnsuriag
mtallHoem aud (oiufert.
sun taiii.k in arraoT na. 1. 188i
Truiiu leave BeraQton for Pittston. WUkat
liarro, etc . at 8.111 8.15, 11. ail a. iu.. U.JU, loa,
3..I0, B.OU, 11. us p. ui Sunda)u, W.uu a. m.,
1.00, 2.0U, 7.!0p. iu.
for Allaotlc City, 8.10 a. m.
Fur Now Yurk, Newark and Elizabeth. B.10
feiiireiMi a. in.. (express with Bulfot
parlor cut), W (exprowi; p. ul Sunday, 2.U0
I OS HAUoa CHtmK, Am. entown, BKTin.it
IIRMi Kasiun and l'HIi.Aiil.LI'iilA, H.1U u. m..
18.80, 8,80 .MO (osotpt Philadelphia; p. in.
buinluy, 2 00 p. dj.
For LOHq BRAK0H, Oti:A.N UnovE, ote at
8,10a m., I2.:tp. hi.
For ItuadniK, I.i lmnoii and Ilarrlsljiirij, via
Alluiitown, a,10a. uj., liW, 5.00, p.ui. Buuday,
2X0 p. pi,
For PotUville, 8 10 a. BK, I2.:ill n m.
KeturnillS, h avu New York, foot of Liborty
Street, North nvtr, at '.,10 (expreasj a. nL,
1.10, l.:w. 4.:ti (expren witli Uutfut parlor ciirj
p. iu. Snodav. i:(i a. in.
Leuve Philadelphia. Reading Terminal, !).'K
a. m., 2.0U and 4 :i p m. Sunday, 0 27 a. lie
Through tickets to all iioints at lowoat ratoe
may be hud on application in advanco to tbe
ticket agent at th.i atnliua.
11. P. BALDWIN,
Ucn. Pa.-,4. Aiiiiit
J. R 0LBAU8IN,
DBLAWABB AND HUL
Commeocug May 88, Wi
traiutwul run an follows:
i'raiiis leave Bridge B treat
Station. Scranton, for Pitta
Ion. WUkes-Harre, etc., H 00,
LOT, 8.87, 10.42 a. m.. 12.10,
IJS, 2.. 4.10, 8.18, 0.15, a.li
and 11,88 p, in.
For New York and Phila
delphia, e 00 u. m.. 12.10. ;.2i
888, 4 in and 11.88 p. m.
For HonesdaleCIroui IJclaware. Lackawanna
and western depot), 7 01, S., 10.10 a.m., 12.00
in.. 2 17, 8. 10 p. m.
For Cai booaak and lotermecuate rtattoaa.
u.40, 7 00, h.iJU. 10.10 a. m . 12.00 m .,2 17. 8.85,8.10,
0 2n aud 0 86 p. m ; from Bridge Street Dcpijt,
8.UI a. in.. 2.i7and 11 & I. m.
Fal express to Albany, Saratoga, tin- Adi
rouduck MountaiOK, Host an aud New Filmland
DOlota, 8.40 a m., arriving at Albany 12.45.
Saratoga 2.80 p. m , Bad leaving Scranum at 3
p. m . arriv.nn at Albany at ASO p. nu, Sara
tota. 12.88 a, ui , and B iston, 7.00 a. m
The only direct rout,' bet ween tbe coal field
and Boston "The Leading Tourists' Houta
of America'' to tho Adirondack Mountain re-
Kirtu, Lakes Ijooryu and Chaiuplain. Montreal,
Time tables bbowlnif local and through train
tervfctt between stations on all divitions Lieia
wure and Huoson system, may be obtained at
all Delaware and Hudson ticket 00000.
H. O YOUNG, J. W BL'KDIC'K,
Second Vice President Con. Pans. Agi
I LHKia VALLEY UAILKOAU
ii Fan, ii, uwt.
Train leaves ScranVm for PhlladtlDllla nnd
New York via. U 4,- H R H. at a.m . 12.1J,
2.3- and U.88 p. m via U, L. W. K. R , 000,
t.ii-.ll.aj a. m.. aud L80 p. m.
Leave Scranton for Pittston and Wilkes
Barre via D.. L W. R. R , ti.OU, b.H, 11 i)
a. ui . L8ft 860, 6 07, 8.8) p. m.
Leave Scranton for Whito Haven. Hazloton,
Pottsville and all points ou the B'aver
Meadow and pottsville branches, via E & W.
V.. 0 40 a.m.. v,a .!!!. B. at I a.m.. 12.10,
fctt, 4 18 p.m . via D L. i- W. B. R., 6.00, b.UJ,
U.80a.me 1 80, 890p.m.
Leave Scranton for Betblehem. Easton,
Reading. Ham-burg and all intermediate
points via D i H. B.K.J a m .1210, 2.36. 1L35
p.m., via D., L. 8s W. li R..0 00,5.0s. 11.20 a. m
L80 p in.
Leave Scranton forTuiikhauno"k, Towanda,
Elnura. Itba'-a, licneva and all interrnedi its
points via D. & H R 1. " . i. 1- 1 and 11.3!
p. m.,via D L. i W R R., 8.08 am..l.ip m.
Leave ran i -n 1-. 'i--- H1;; , Vi
: agara Falls, Detroit. Chicago and ail poiat
west via u n. K. K. no? a.m.,): io,e.i.i.u ti
p m , via D. L. & w. R. R. and Pitutou
Junction, aos a.m., 1 -30 0 Si p. m.. via E i W.
R R.. lUl p. m.
For Elmira and tha we-t via Sahm'ino via
D. Aj H It R .07 a.m., 12 lO.t.ij p. m.. via D..
L. & W. B K. .tot a m., 1 80 and 0.'I7 p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping or L. V. chair
ears on all trains between L. & B Junctiou or
Wilkes Barre and New York. Philadelphia,
Buffalo and Snsts-n-ion Bndire
i BcLLIN H WILBUR. Gen Sunt East Div
CUAS. S. Lr.E. Ui-ii. Pas- Ai t. Pnila.Pi.
A W N'iNNF.MACHER ,Att't Q.'n Pass Ag't.
South Bethlehem. Pa.
I BLAW ' BE, LACKAWANNA
1J WESTERN RAILROAD
Trains leave Scranton as follows: Expres
for New York and all imiuts East. 1.50, 250,
&.) S im and .' a. m ; 12&j and 3 .50 p, m.
Express lor Eastou. Trenton. Philadelphia
and the South, 8.18, t.00 and 0.50 a m.; 12.58
and 8.80 p. ui.
W ash i nut on and way stations. 240 p. ra.
Tobyhanna accommodation, 010 p. m.
Expr ss for Blnghamtou, Oswego. Elmira,
Corniug. Bath. DanSVtltt, Mount Morris ana
Buffalo. 12 .10. 218 a. m. and 124 p. m.. making
close connections at Buffalo to ail points in tbe
West. Northwest ar.d Suuthwest.
Bath accommodation, t.20 a m.
Bingbamton and way stations. 12 37 p. m.
Nicholson an 1 wav statiniis. 5 45 p m.
Btnghaiiiton and Elmira Express, 0 05 p.m.
F.X1 ress for Cortland. Sy -acuse. Oswego,
Utica aud Richfield Springs, 21j a m. and 1
ltiiaca. 2.15 and t.20 a. m. and 121 p. m
For NortbumKrland.Pittstoii. Wnkes Barre,
Plymouth. Blo-.misburg and Danville, nuking
close connections at Northumberland for
Willlam.-KirL Harrisburg. Baltimore, Wash
ington ami the South.
Northumberland and intermediate stations,
8 00, '.i VI a in and 1 80 and 607 p. m,
Nanticoke and intermediate stations, 8.08
ami 11 Bl a m Plymouth aud intermediate
nations. 3.5'and ..1t' p. m.
Pullman parlor and sleeping coaches on all
expriss trains. .
For detailed information, pocket tim' tablet,
etc . api'lv to M. L. Smith, city ticket offloa,
828 i.ai kawanna avenue, or depot ticket olBca.
ln Eflbet Jnnuari 2Sih, 18184a
ion 20? rod
,202 804 (W
5 a. S
a: (Trains Pally, Ex- -.
ccpt Sunday i
ri r.. S a
u Arrive leave
i'i N Y Franklin s;. ..
io West trod street ..
iv Weebnnken i ..
a Arrive leave a
i i;, Hani'iX'K .iimctloii tie'
.. 2 11
.. 2 24
..I 2 31
.. 2 41
.. I 8 St
..I 3 Oil
U 3 It
1 2 82,
1 2 W
I IS, m
Portel i iiy
(, 4.1 .
6 M .
; K P
6 M ft
M i r
to as, .
321 11 4V
848 3 34
t; saiCS 531348
6 411 880(11 88
6S5 S 14111 2
(0 Ml 81IK1188
! 31 0 88 3 48
7 4.H0 02 3 M
7 i;iiioa'3 st
7 4.s'lfl 10' 3 .18
7 88 10 1.1 4 04
7 Mill 171 4t"
7 M 10 a 1 4 10
B00I1O84 4 14
s OS 10 27i 4 IT
! OS Ul SO 4 88
a ka n r m
8 8:1 R CT, 11 21
e as t ot
ft to 4 it
t i pi i .
fO 13 fl 88
8 10 4 .Wi
l l ,M
r v. 'r
All trains run dally except Sunday,
t signifies that Ualns Hop on atgntl tor pas
Aiidlili'ii'd trains leave CarbOBdale for scran.
ton 1 in nnd 11.1.1 p- in., arriving at, Scranton l.ts
and 7 1x1
Leave scranton tor Carbondale 6.80 and s.so
arrlv ing at cai b.mdab' at 7.88 and 9,18 p. m.
secure rales via Ontario a Western before
purchasing tickets and save money Pay anc)
Ningi Kinross to the west.
J, C, Anderson, c.en. Pass. Agt.
X. FUtcroft, Div. Pass, Agt. Scranton, ra.
ljiRlF. A NO
WYOMINa VALLEY RAH.-
Train leave Scranton for New York nnd in-
ti rtnediate points on the K.rie railroad at 8,88
a. in. and 1124 p. m. Also for Hiiwley and
local points at n 18, 8.48 and SJHp.m.
Train leaving at 9.4;"i n. ill. aud 1(21 P ra.
are through trains to and from HotMadalSi
Trains leave Im- Wilkes Harre It 8.40a, m. and
3 II p. m.