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THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE SA TTTTtD A Y MORNING. MAY 12, 1894.
SOCIETY AT CARLSBAD
IIH ATTRACTIONS OF THE FAMOUS
BOHEMIAN WATERING PLACE.
A Town Buiit on the Lid of a Boiling
Kettle Where Nobility, Wealth
and Beauty Meet Every
Fancy a town built ou the lid nf a
'roilinc kettle that is Carlsbad. Who
first raid this 1 am not nbla to tell, but
all who know Carlsbad will appreciate
the happy wit. Ami though it is but
the lid of a kettle, it is a very lieauti
fnlona. Itlics in tlio romantic valley
of the Tepel, and the Tepel is in llo
bemia just where its mountains rise
darkly along tho frontier. There i.s
beanty everywhere; the mountain!
look down upou tho narrow little city.
Crown PMNCUS BTKPBANIE
Ifhose bnnses lis like beads along the
rapid, winding river; thoy bold both
banks of the stream against tiie hills,
five stories bigb, perhaps, though bill
two or three in the r-r
Perhaps there are IS, 000 inhabitants
in Carlsbad; boarding houses km ev
erywhere, as one will readily balisYS
when told that 70,lnK gnests viMte.l
the town last year. U is a thriving
manufacturing place, but the real
source of its prosperity is naturally its
miueral springs, Tney lit in nsarlf
straight line-pretumnblv a crack la
the lid, some one IflggWta and whlls
deep boring through the calcareous
crnut upon which the town is built has
often penetrated the r ut underlying
reservoir, no attempt has aval - ic
ceeded iu sounding this deep CSS
from which tho minora) waters tit;.l
their outlet under high pressure and
sometimes with ama.mg force.
The Sprndel, the most famous, most
abundant and hottest of the Cat
springs, after keeping for con tin i- it
methodical way through tho covered
men had set for it, took upon itaelf in
recent years the liberty of varying the
monotony of its existence, and one But
morning disappeared from its accus
tomed plac an 1 made for itself a new
opening under the Tepel river, which
grew warm and fell to steaming. It
tnrnel hack, but it was the work "f
many rnoutha Tho bed of the rivr
was leveled, and for ninny rods w is
paved with gr.inite blocks, clamp- d
and cemented, The banks of th nv.r
were also celled with cement. Bo it is
I x ia ..--1 1 !-J
A "tfLOWBRY" MKET1NH AT THK SPRI'DII,
again a healing spring today, as it w is
in the fifteenth century, when Charles
IV., Ktnperor of Anstria and King of
liohsuiin, coming home from the Wait,
stumbled npoa ,tl.- springs, and was
bealed of a wound he bad got at Crecy
twelve yesrs before, lint thnt was 00 1
its first good turn to man, ns the good
people of Carlsbad are inclined to have
ns beliove. In their natural desire to
conuect the Carlsbad discovery with
Die great king who gave the springs
his august name; for it was called the
"warm bath" long before Charles'
time, and the Tepel -toe "tepid" was
till an older name. Hut Charles uisile
it famous, if he whs not its discoverer,
and when once ho had built his palace
iu the town tbat grew up about the
healing fountains, he set the flibiOD
for royalty that royaltv has never de
parted from. For hither eUM (ieorge
III. in bis happy time, and re Ur the
Oreat and Maria Theresa, and a lung
line of kings and kingly men.
It has become the most famous of all
mineral springs and the moat an -to
cralic watering place iu Europe. Vet
the town i always delightful in the
thronged season, whicu lusts from the
middle of Juno until the middle of Au
gust, though what is called the regular
season begins oarlicraml lasts until the
1st of October. At tho height of the
season the throngs in tho town are pic
turesque, as Carlsbad is far enougn to
the East to gain Asiatic guests, who
bring Oriental gorgeousness to tic- long
lines of promenaders going Steadily
along tho colonadua of the"cnre bonis
This is one of the sigbta worth visiting
Europe for the long line of slowly
pacing men and women from all parts
of the world, each one keeping his or
her place iu the line as strictly and as
aolemnly as one clings to his position
before a railroad ticket offlot In OHM
great out of town rush, ltbasits lu
dicrous side, too, for each one of all
the promenading thousands carries uu
earthenware mug bunging by u strap
passed arouud tho .neck; glass will not
do, as the Carlsbad springs are too hot
for that. Somewhere an amusing story
is told of a nativo of l'ragne who bore
evidence in his person and habiliments
of the oft-repeated assertion that
Prague is the dirtiost city in Europe.
Finding one day that he had left nil
.nug at his boarding house, be turned
to the gentleman behind him who
chanced to be at Italian dnke.and laid:
"A drink from your mug, Mein HerrV"
"It is yours," the uobleinan ruplied,
with elaborate courtesy, and present
ing It silently slipped from the line.
The borrower drank and turned to giro
back the mug. but found tho owner
gone. "What wastefulness I" he mur
But men of all sorts touch elbow
here, and with frankness and courtesy
iu the main. One's mind returns and
returns lo them and women who have
come hither for health and pleasure.
Goethe came often, and always with
advantage to himself. His first visit
wbh in lN7!i, when ho passed a pleas
ant month in the company of Herder,
Frau von Stein and the Duchess Louise.
It was Herder who had lod him away
Ironi tho false methods of tho French
school and brought to his notice Os
sian, tho Hebrew posts, "The Vicar of
Wakefield," and Shakespeare. Indeed,
Carlsbad and its society seem to have
bad a weighty inflnonoo upon his life,
for it was while at tho springs in the
springs in tho following year that he
conceived his well known scheme of
stealing away and going to Italy and
Oreeco for (juiet study .i journey that
bore great results for literature.
DRIVING DP TOT Mountain.
(ioetho returned for fourteen sea
sons; Schiller sp-nt his honeymoon
there, and Beethoven pleased the
guests by playing a fantasia nt a char
It was only about a centurv ai;o that
.si rung protest began to be made against
excessive drinking at all watering
places. It was an additional horror
thnt the water could not be drunk in
the open nir.as ltnow is, but was taken
in a warm room, where the effect mu-ct
have been decidedly like taking water
a Turkish bath. Biamarok and Holtks
sought health thero when overworked,
Caprivi rests there annually.
At first the drinking was alternated
with bathing; seven days of one, then
seven of the other; but the present
system gr uirtallr c-mi" into u-.e. That
any sucn Important medical aid as is
now found in the valuable Sprndel suit
could OOBie from the springs the lirst
believers in Carlsbid were profoundly
ignorant, The townspeople were
strongly opposed to the preparation
and sale of this s ilt, which was first
prepared in 1778. as they feared it
Would do away With the necessity for
Visitors c lining to Carlsbad and the ab
surd objeotloo becime so strong that
t. r I vcr :l years the manufacture
ceased altogether Finally an act was
patsed by the government narmitlina
the exportation of th salt an I the pm -pie
gradually gave) up their pre judice,
finding that visitors were really at
treated by the greater knowledge ob
tained ol the spring ttiroiighthe wid
i-ning sales of the salt. N great was
th demaad for lbs Sprndel salt that lo
I96tj new suit works were erect I. T.i
Works were again enlarged in lT(j 1
are now undergoing further enlarge
ments. The natural Carlsbad Sprndel salt,
which is obtained troU) the water of
the sprndel, by evaporation, is an anti
acid, slightly laxative, and dureotic
rams ly . SBd, if taken it dOSeS 0( a tea
spooni nl. is a gentle but effective p&rg
StiVS It is taken in Ordinary water,
or iis an addition to the Carisbsd min
eral waters, for tl la pur;' SM "l luora is
ing their sffeof. In oases ( persons
suffering from poorness of blood
(anaemia cooditioo) with oonatipatioo,
very gratifying results are ohi dned by
Iheuiwof the sail, given In doses ol
on ball teaspoonful or one laaspo n
1 ii 1 iu f(ur 01 six OUnOM of hot water
BU hour before each no-al K-.r chronii
catarrh of the Btomaob,liver complaint,
bile and simple iaondioe.OOO leas
ful of th su dlsanlved la warm Carle
had sprndel water ordinary hot wstar
before breakfast will l found InVelU
Its action increases the ll w of sa'
iva, and In the stomach it oh'ys. with
out doubt chemical law- and neutral
laeeany free acid contained in that or
gan. OiVan on an empty atotuiiclt it u
Known to promote the acidity of the
gastric juios by favoring the outward
osmosis of those constituent of tin
blood from which the acid of the
stomach ts elaborated, and to this I
attributed the blood purifying actio,
of this silt an t the oloaring of the
c mpi':;i"n after the nsa of it. The
'arista! Bprudsl rail la very dillusable
il - ct
BBOiaMog ami K0f.m
and psss-s into the bio l the bo v
with facility. The fact that the Oarls
bad salts I powder form) cause ti e
elimination of the pr ducts of th In
cres?d metamorphosis of tissue indi
dicates that it has, medicinally, a verv
wi le range. It Is nsed with great ad
vantage in many StOftnaoh disorders,
as an excess of acid is undoubtedly re
lieved by it. The indigestion of obese
or fatty persons is usually cured by
srlsbad salt. - Whore is oxldatloa is
deficient us in th well known bilious
state, relief is OUiofcly alfonleil, snd in
oases of chronic rheumatism and rheo
ti.atic gout good results ar obtained,
The Carlsbad Bprttdsl salt, obtained by
svayoraflon from the bo: Bnrudel
siirmg. Is b-st tak-n during the Spring
and Bnmmss months ISuyers are can
tioned that none nr- genuine without
tho sigoatnre of "Kism r& Aletnlelsoii
C . , New York, hole Agents for the
l.'nited States," on every bottle and OB
the outside cartoon.
Issall Use nt Uresil ..tee.
It Is a remarkable fact, although rather
paradoxical, it must lsi admitted, that
many of the world's greatest men have
bean small nf Stature, Sheridan was
known as Little Bhil the world over.
George H. MoClellan waa of but little
larger build. Napoleon's nickname, the
Little Corporal, is a household word in
every civilized country. The Iron Duke
(the Duke of Wellington was ofteutwitted
on account of his small stature ami big
nose. Qenensl Lord Wolseley is said to bi
ridioulonsly smal and to be compelled to
shorten his stirrups until they would bald
ly serve a ten year-old boy When he rides
horseback. One's mind's eye Is likely to
picture Uladatona as a giant, both phyal
caiiy and Intellectually, but it reheina a
fact thai the Orand Old Man Is but r feet 1
Inches high. St. Eouis Republic.
Over 1(10 Kinds of Stashrooms lo One Stale.
The old (ireek and Uoinati writers speak
of the truffle, the boletus and the puff ball
In Roma all mushrooms must be sent to a
central depot to rcceivo the government
inspection, t he yearly r ip amounting to
6U,00Q pounds. Germany, Hungary and
ltUHSia consume large q nan titles, and in
Term did Kuego It is the staple article of
food. England uses the common meadow
mushrooms, but. the consumption issued!
America is especially rich in thequan
lily and variety of this healthful Vege
table, and scientists are making especial
effort to stimulate its cultivation and
diffusa knowledge regarding it. The Rev,
Dr. Curtis, state geologist, has font... Ill
species in North Carolina. Iiidiananolis
HOW FASHION MAKES FRIGHTS.
Vagaries nf Halrilresslng Often Seriously
Handicap a Pretty Woman.
A woman who does not drees her hair on
the top of her head should never wear a
OTOwnless bonnet. The only excuse for the
existence of such a paradoxical sort, of head
SOVerlng is the display through the open
crown of a pretty arrangement of the hair,
Oiling up the empty space. Even iu that
ease they arc not suitable for anything ex-
an Bvnmra oorrrom.
copt rather festive wear. They an ipiite a
clever invention, however, since the hair is
a more beautiful adornment for tin' head
than anything that can be manufactured,
and hals mid bonnets serve Usually only to
Nothing external so much affects n wom
an's appearance as the arrangement of her
tresses. If -In- is wise enough not to he car
ried away by mere novelty, she will Ondoul
what style of OOilTUN best suits her face
and then keep to it permanently without
regard to the vagaries of fashion, it is ae
tonleblng hat a fright a woman will some
times make of herself for the sake of being
iu the mode If heavy fringes arejn vogue,
the woman with the low Greek forehead
cms olf her front hair ou a h vel with her
eyebrows, thereby ooneeallng her chief
beauty. It pompadour faahiona rule, (ore
heads that would put the portrait! of
Shakesa.are to the blush are unblenching-
ly exposed, without a curl to soften their
boldness. In fashion, as in love and war,
discrel Ion U I ho better part of val n .
The favorite hair ornaments al presknl
arc small swords with plain, jeweled or
enameled hilt. Thai are 0 or T Inches long
and are used also a hatpins b) parsons who
do not object to tin- UavoC made by the
blade, They may bo obtained in bnthail-
v, r and gold. Hands ami bowaol Velvei
and rililsiii are also worn, although prettily
dressed hair really icqulrss no decoration
other than Itaelf, An illustration Is given
ofagraoeful oolffure Intended to accom
pany a full drees toilet. The front hair la
curled, while the back hair b waved and
rolled over In a twist at the back of the
load. It is then secured on the crown in
two looss puifs surmounted by an sraM
lip, and the einls are nIIhwmI toescanS ill
! liort curls. The rrnanients are nearia.
which an' twisted In with the Djttfl nrrninre-
u. mi, Juoic luol t.rr
Ko bread or batter must grace tip
board of an autifatter. N'n swis-ts, no
Wine or lir; no pototooa, homiUT,
oatmeal or. In fact, any farinaceous
viands; no ham or bacon is allowed; no
salads; no water anusl bo drnnk unless
it is at blood boat.
A in w embroidi ly, or ratli. r r v.il.
which will undonbtadly i- very popular
to made by darning Bowaii or ooovas
tlonal designs on not.
R- R. R.
El READY RELIEF.
Ct l.l.s AN ii I HI. V.". SI H
Golds, Coughs, Sore Throat,
Rheumatism, Rmralgl .'Viattoj, I. r:
bago, Swelling of the .lomt-. Tains
in list k, 'heel or I, mil..
Tbeapphentton of th- ItKAt'Y KKt.lF.K t"
th- purt ..r parte where the .lifrW-nlty or pals
esiele will ..IT r ! . . , cif'-rt.
it woe ih iiict and is th or.i) pessveeasd
that liMUtel leaps lbs at t eii-rnrtatinit
pains, alUys IfgriWimatrTrns sad
OeasMtleat whether cl Um Lemtpa Msssasn,
Jloui'ln i.r otle r s-l.ii.'N .r ..rjeti.
ir. K,iv ft Co, Osalessea I have need
rowBeed ReUX for mors thu tsreali riv.
j - in nltli ii.ikI. m'is.'u. : ., nave ii'M it
mrhaOrlrae, Paeeaionui Pawta tai all
e. rtii nf wh. ami p ou mi l hv. f..na I it un
'ldlnk- in. ty tine- He p. tfaUr.
1 w BAYMOND,
:ii tJres nt St., Hldeletowe, Uotan,
Jtianry is, sw
Asiikv ii.t.t. N i
This Is toeertlfv thnt In r'etirtMry. IISSI, I
hd s Trrttrlt of "Ijillrlpt a, Iel rnrH
niyeelr In twnt) tour h,.,,... ,y ttie. in of
Had way's steady BeiiW mm U-.iirsj- ill
d h.t saosh) r attn. k ol thn Minn .Ireadlul
dis"aaii In Starch, IMU,nd u-r1 in. uae rem-
Wat. with the same resell I do not kn .er
Railway A Da, the parttns who manufa-tur
taeee jnedlntnee. aaJ 1 aave always iut rerv
lUtle faith in Alumna'- CertltleaUw, " hut If
these fow hries w ill only in lii. n sonien(T. tins
Hue t ue the al,v. r.-m-ily 1 will -I atntily
repioj l.,r writing what I hare
e-js etfullv, K I . llnOWS.
J. W. BilWUL aahtrtrn, PQcs On,, lto
"Onn lottln of Keu ly Uellef and one tiox of
Karlwsy's PflSj earsid live In mv rassih Of lint-.
itei ribla rfSsplnlsti "La Qiippa," or kadaeaas.
BADWATI KK.MiV UUitlr, siesd by
BAOWAH h PILLS, is sheqnlekestsnd must
ifleotoal sars for
TI IK ,4 ;RIiV''
MesiNsi i-r bittin. gold by Drandsta
II PIS s i
i nri'iy tiK,,i',i' iiiini anil v,iiiiutii . i . ih
tPcrN'rt DlfjfHtlnn, . Mu
hfnlt hfnl rc'Muliirity. r,.i th'M-urt..f all 1ih
niilcrsof th' NtoitiMoli, Liver, -U,Klri-!ik'k,
Itlmlilcr, NrrrntiM DltfSsS3M, LmI iI
Apptlli 1I H'luohf, CoiMtl put I tin, (due
'tlvi'lM-HH, IihIIki'mIIiiii. II I III tl Hllll, I . r,
' liilliinimiit luii of tli Iftowttlt, l'lls .uu!
all ilTiiii'iiii,iiH of tin lulfrtishl TUrt'tiL,
Pftrfo1 iit:cvii(1ii will In NCAOiuplUlisd
b tiilthie Kml ivuv'rt 1'IIU. ty ntniuuK
aiak Heakaehe, Von I Slomneh, itii i. ,
- win he avoMast, and ih- f I thai i
eatei ntrihuie Itosionrishtag proper! les
for the support ol the natural aste nf the
Olisorvi) thn followlnii symp.'nins fol-
losfuis fruin fllsosso o thsdlnstivs orttsnsi
CoiiRtlpntinii, imvaril I'll' a fuhe-ss nf tloi
hloml hi th" lleaii, sddlt ol the toqUoh.naa
laeii. heartburn, ulsirusl nf toiKl, fulmwn ur
I weight in the stossaeh, soar sruotatioaa sink-
I ltiu or flutterlnR of tho heiirt, shoklng or Bof"
Ifeeatlhg ssnsatuoas when ia a lying poatare,
uimiii sH of vision, dots nr webs before the
'stunt, fever sad dull imin iii ths hssd, defj
lienor of i "rsplrutlon, rsuoWIMespf tli" skin
and eyes, pain in the eld", client, limbs, ami
eiiJden flnshi-R of heat, burning in the II .sh.
! h few doses of BADWAY'H TILLS will froe
the system ol tbe abuse namsd dUord rs.
rlee Me. a !" said by Draggists,
fiend in lilt. HAUWAY & CO.. No. ;ri V.ir-
eu H.. Kow York, for Book of Advice.
STARVING ID PLENTY
Why Will So Many People Per
sist in Doing So?
WHEN IT IS NEEDLESS
lllsonvery of ii Pood Which Is Com
pletely Digested Before lielnu
Katea, Thus Enabling ih
Weakest Btoinaoh to
If yon nre starving, it is nil thn snine
whether yon Htnrvn beoaUSS you cstinot
gat food to eat or because you oannot
iliuost what von do eat Tho sffsotl
urn the Hiiino. The results are thv
There is n certain difference ; in this
way: The poor man il tin p.u enough
fooil hn will ut fat ThS invalid, what
ever food ho nay eat, oannot get fat.
unh.'ss hn fecils on artificially digested
sinco Paikola, the pro digested food,
has bean prepared, people have rapidly
been growing fatUr. Before Paakola,
there was nothing that could imdonn
to cure djsrit'psia. It was tho bnue of
doctors. Druga could do nothing, Cod
Hvei oil inndo it worso Dyspeptics,
snaenlca, consumptives and ail people
who were thin and pale, who in fact
was starving amidst plenty, were
thought ineurr ible,
Today it i different We havo i
koln. We know that l'nskoln, being
prs'dlgetted, will enre starving inva
Il ls. It will iiinke thin people fat. It
will niake pals people rosy. It will
lunku weak people strong
l'Hsknlrt does this became it is a food
Becnilfe it is a fou l that will feed you
whether yon can digest other food or
The eUrclifs urn the fattening foods
We know tlii because doctors fori, id
starchy food lo people who are growing
The ahlaf merit In Paakola, is that it
la a pre-digealad food, Another, that
Itisaetarehy food Another, that it
I oips you to digest what other foot you
the chief good that l'askola can do
is to make all thin people glow fat.
Another, to relieve the pangs of indi
geatl n Another, to put fresh Ufa in
v i ur veins, and make yon feel younger
and ti otiger.
If l'askola were a nieillciiie.lt would
do you no perinaOSntgOOd at all It is
not a medicine; it is a food We need
food every day of our nve w do
not need tip diolUS
.lust see what Paskola has iMM for
V M I WIAP". I fid ,
April 6, i-i.
'Um Pre-Digested Poo 1 1 ..
H Reade St, Wsw York.
1 ' ; v i ' I n i . . . ui letti r of April d st
baad Kegardiag tsy symptoms before I
ue,l Paskola, I waa very week: I rould
not dlgasi aaythlag; I tried everything to
gain strength hot failed, Mv doctor sd
vised m to ass Paskola, and i am satisfied
it la only thing foi a ,k seamaeb, I
have galtiml two pounds a week.
My only trouble in i e. tiiiation.aiid
I bars is so sip eti- - u tab eta eerj
lay. If mi bowels a lid 'tk right I
In "U. I Woe M la- happy.
Mv liver I Very bad St time and I get
blltoaa Thernta Bothieg tbat IssipsUMi
notion like Paskola. I ears triea sbonl
IWelyS doctors and have been sulferlng
mora lhan lour jeara
I -s t . m that I hive I tin we ik that
I I old work eati about two days is n
gof nearly three v,-ar I SOeOl all I
had I r doatorhsg ai d had given utbop
I nin Hire I'aekola will reolere BM Trnel
lag to bear (rom roc early.
i . a Bask
Baroai roa, n. .i .
Apul II. 1'
The Prs Digested Co 4 Co.,
:ru Hcide hi.. New York.
Gsgnjtxag: Throngh the a.ivire , f
frlaads 1 decided to try your Psakotafor
my daughter who hr.s Ih-.-;i in very p ht
hrallh for a. veral tin nth past fn in loss
of appetitaaad general debility,
. e I, ad ual. l w iv iii t',,..h. and at the
tlassshebagaa iakh..' Paakola waighsd
111 POttBdS Slid after l.i work treat.
to, t.i ratlin i atghl poo ads. Bbs is Baiauig
n traith sad ssrei .::ii dally, with h
creasing nppvtitc for the m ot hearty food
that urns r-pugnatil to her before tnkini;
As a lieehfonning food, Ithlai it far
superior to Ood fiver 'd or other similar
prenarni loim, and am npre than gratirbsl
a illi the riwulls.
WttUAM T. Born
I'akola may lie obtained of miy re
putable druguist A pamphlet on food
and digestion will U mulled free on
ipplicstlon to The Pre higested Pood
I'll., Ill' Heinle si , New York.
Th military battalion of the Father
Wbitty society met at Ihelr ro in
Thursday evening and elected (Hirers
for the ensuing year. The spacious
hall was crowded wilh the MBb t of
tho society, it ml great interest whs
manifested In the matter Tho elec
tion was by ballot aiel resulted as fo1
loWli Joseph II. Iliiggan was re
elected unanimously to the position
which ho hss bold SO long with credit
lo himself and the society. To Maj T
lMU'gan' indefatigable exertions the
Society owi s much lie has worked
hard ninl succeeded in making it one
of tho boat drilled organisations In
Lackawanna county, John P, IfeAo
drew wss slsctad eapttln of Oompany
A; William Harrington, first (tauten
ant and Dennis Keane, second lien -tenant
Praaldaul of the soolety, I'.
T May, wss el-'ctcd ciptain of I'.im
puny B, with John J tiradv for Oral
ami Tbomsl itigiin for second llsnten
nuts respectively. Oharlss Btewarl
was elected CSptalri of ( uuipauy C
with JobB .1 Nlorui as first lieutenant
ami Lawrence Hiirni, second liotitsu
ant. lirilling Will go on regularly once
a week at St. Mary's hall. Tbsy nre
fast perfecting arrangements to have
suitable martial music for ths buio
corps that is being organized.
Mrs Charles Martin, of Providenos
road, gave a birthday party at her resi
dence TDssdsy night, the thlrty-flfth
anniversary of her birth, The to) low
ing IsdiSS and gentlemen responded to
tho invitation, and wire delightfully
entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Martin,
Mr. Hiid Mrs. Allen, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Burke, Mr. nnd Mrs. Sitnuel liobcrts,
Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Misses Collins nnd
Zimmerman, Frank, Edward and
Joseph Collins. Mat Jones, Charles
Cul l. Comedians -Murray, Dillon and
Itiirko also attended and contributed
toward the evening's entertainment,
Hopkins Alexander nnd William
Powell, of North Main avenue, loft for
New Yoilt lust evening enrontn for
Wales. Mr. Alexander has crossed tip,
Atlantic upward of a doBtn times. He
Intends to sojourn for some llms in the
land of hi nativity before hn returns
Tendleaton ft Worm's and HsUnntlne'a
Alen are the beat. Bk e. " auhu, agoul, SS
. SO .
ONE of the strop, o
points of The Trib
une's equipment as a
lirst-elass printing es
tablishment is the fact
that it has a superb
supplied with up-to-date
managed by skilled
workmen. For neat
work promptly done
and at prices that are
fair and square, it has
no superior in North
j Preserve Those Pic-
Don't Spoil Those Mot
1 nr. Tribune will
promptly preserve any
"I the art series pur
chased by its readers
at prices especially
moderate. 1 1 will make
special rates on the
binding of any or all
1 arts of the
World's Fair Series
OrAny Other Series
And do the work so
thoroughly that you
will simply be de
lighted. FOR ALL KINDS
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SUPERLATIVE AND GOLD MEDAL
Die above trnnds of flour ran lie hnd at any of the following merchnnts,
who will accept The TuiiiLNK fuiur coiu'un of iir, on each one huudrod pounds
of Hour or SO on SSOfa barrel of Hour
lersntotl-r, P. Prloa Wiu.lilnKton svunau I
BoM Haaal Brand,
Daamars F.F Prlos, OoU stsdal Brand
Uaaniors-r.D stanlar, Hapwlatlva Brand
Bydetek-CaMoa Da via Waskbara Ht.
(l.,lil Minlal Braod; J' sspa A. ll, arn,Maiii
avouun, Bapsrlstivs Bsaad.
arsMBldn a L8psaear,aau KadalBraad,
.1. 1..M, ll,l. SlljiiTllltiVll.
navideaes Fennsr A; OhappalL N' Main a.-
" Suf -rUtivo lirainl;C. .1 Hill.., 1,10, W.
Harfcat straat, 9 old M,ilnl Brand.
Oljrpbanl JnminJnriit.11. BaperlaUv Brand
r.-elivillB-sii ilt-r A K li r Superlatlr
Ji-rim-ii c. i Wmi, t. v v , suHralatlva
Antili.il.l -Jiiiim, rt mpH',11 A" I . 1 1 ,11 Me.Ul
1 nr' 11 : I; - curk. 1 1 ,1,1 Medal Brand.
)..iiit.ll,. I N. K.mImi ii Co liol I Mulal
JIiimcL . M 11. Lsvslla
id. i i DIAMOND
I KTRA BP1 Ol lb
- i s DERtH mn BNOLISH
.il ssui's KNObMH
IB 1 HTRKIi
HOKSK si n s
N l 1IIM.UY
BO FT BTBBIi
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buletala and retail dealers' in Wafromnakeri' and Blaaksmitbs'
"No star was ever lost we once have seen,
We always may be what we might have been,"
A MARRY PATRON OF"
THE RICHARDS LUMBER GO.
Scran ton, l)a.
22 and 23 Commonwealth Building.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO.
tCRaJITOM AM) TrtfiTBB milt PA. EAEVfACTOEEMOV
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
Utnentl OHioa, BCBANTOK, T.V
HOW TO MAKE MONEY
There &re hnndNdi f young ntn
eountry who bbtb ipleodid Bbilitj
Wood's College of Business and Shorthand
Has been bd nipirntion to
nre tired of in:ieliity iiud
come to tiie ( 'oiieo.
COMMON BNOLISH 1 l BBS.
BI mm si OOURMB,
feTS G f&' RESTORE
S f 2.AEgSL0SI VIGOR
''JS,SMBaX":iN,' "," " Will lr yon npla a wwk Sold ilh WSlTTrs
A-lyrgXJ ,f.w .' I' a ran 1 i ur , ... I,. , I f Bosiial Powar in sltkoi 1
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niX mm: ,.i OO,. CltHlaaSjOkla.
For sals bj JOHN B, PHELPS, l'Uanuacist, cor. Wyoming A?a and Hpmrpst,
sitniuthm i-r IimnnUy.
hi in. hi nranstld. With
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Ef OKI UD AFTER WIH8.no otEsr. Sddii NtRTl ikBDOO.. .Mii- mo foiuplo, euioAoo.lu.
Fur Bale in Boranton, Pa., by H. C. SANDEHSON. Dncist, oor. WnsliinptoD
and Bdfuqb streets,
AHk for DIt. MOTT'H Pt3KinnSOTAti PILLtt aim t;iiio no other.
rST Oanrl M Miv. 1 is . lsI.,. ill '11 l.s (ssSt. 41 IIOi'N l')B ','. Ihk.
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I Scranton Tribune, Scranton, Pa., May 12, 1894. I
Send this coupon, with lO ceilt
in cash, and get four of the marvelous i
MultHirome Art Gems by far the
1 greatest ofier of all. Mail orders 2c. extra.
trvm fieA". y. rwSnae, Xov.i,im
"CmcAno, Oct. 81. Fhe first ofllcisl
announcement of World's Fair di
plomas on Hour has boon made. A
medal has been awarded by the
World's Fnir judges to the flour manu
factured by the Washburn, Crosby Co.,
in the great Washburn Flour Mills,
Minneapolis. The cominittoe reports
the Hour strong and pure, and entitles
it to rank ab first-class patent Hour for
family and bakers' use."
Taylor JuiIro Co., Gold Modal; Athorton
A: Co., Suporlative.
Pnryaa Lawrenos Htors Co., Ooid ModaL
Mooii Jnlin MeCrlmlle, liuld Medal.
Pittaton M. W O'BoyU, Qold Medal
Clark's lire.-ii nasa & I'rkr. BapsttatlvSh
'lark Mimti.it - I- M. Youiu-, (i, Id Mi-lal.
Daltoii-S. E. Finn A Son, Hold Modal Braod.
nleaolaoii-,1. V.. Ilannnf.
Wawrly-M w. BUss A- Son, (t'.'d M-daL
Fa toryvlllii ( liarl'n (lai dnor. ;,.d Medal.
Hojiliottmii N. M I inn A: Son. (ild M.dal,
Tobrbanna Tobrbanaa : L.otiih'U Lumiwr
Co Hold Mwlal Brand.
(Iiiulilsb,r. S A. Adam.. Hold M.lal Brand.
M - ,-, 1 . .!.: ,'. ( loun nts 1 ...:! Mwlal.
Laka Ariel Jainus A Bcrtfaa Hold MsdaL
f r, st 1 I'y .1 I. M ,- ,t. A 1 ... ii- Id M-dal
It. K. sl'IhCS
hi lls nitos. BCRBW
and voting women in thit
, but thejf Lin o never been
ils of inin people. If yon
to do boim-thing tangible.
F. E. WOOD, Proprietor.
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pawn, mu li m Wehk Menu i v, I,iisrf Mmln IMor. ! li-u-ini-h'. Wiiki'lulnt'M,
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liidt'ui'ratlTiMlrv.'Uinof oltlifr ir'tcru,i,i ! nviirr ivt ii, yiiulht'u) firori.
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