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THE SCI? ANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING," SEPTEMBER 11. 1894;
Solomon Once Said It Was Not, but
Afterwards Changed His mind.
Cheer for the Despondent.
Concluded from Page I.
Connolly & Wallace
All Eastern league games tobidaled
to be played yesterday were postponed
THE RAIN SAVED US.
Eprlagfitld Sid Not Have a Cheaoi to
When the time arrived yeeterday
afternoon to eall the game at tbe ball
park between Scranton and Springfield,
a light rain waa blown across the dia
mond by a stiff brsaze.
Soon tbe rain began to descand in
torrents, and tbe small crowd of spec
tators made desperate efforts to get
tinder shelter. The wind blew tbe
rain abont in aach a way that tbe
grand atand offered little protection,
and almost erery one that went ont to
aee tbe game carried home wet clothes
with their rain cheeks. The game will
be played today, as it is an open date.
GLINTS FROM THE OIAMOND.
Pitcher Wallace, of tbe Franklin club,
bat joined the Pittsbnrg club. He is the
man Scranton was negotiating with early
in the season.
The Springfield Union in forecast of tbe
Eastern league flnich places the clubi in
this order: Providence, Erie, Springfield,
Syracuse, Buffalo, WUkes-Barre, Scranton
aud Yonkers. -
Suit will be entered shortly by tbe mem
bers of tbe ex-Troy toam against Proprie
tor Russell, of Troy, who was in partner
ship with Maloney nntil the team began to
lose money, when he withdrew. It is be
lieved that the courts will hold him re
sponsible for the back salaries of the play
ers. President Powers says that be will not
be a candidate for the presidency of the
Eastern league next year, as it interferea
with other plans be has in view, and he la
content with the record of finishing two
seasons with a complete circuit, last year
without a break, something no minor
league had evor done before. Springfield
GENERAL SPORTING NOTES.
"Johnny" Gorman, the ex-champiin
135-pound pngllist, and "Jaok" Skelly
have been matched to fight ten rounds,
The contest will probably take place be
fore the recently organized Atlantic Ath
letio club of Coney Island.
Colonel Tom Stevens will sell his racing
Stable this fall. Fleischman & Son and
John Rodegap will also dispose of their
Burplus stock. Eugene Leigh has an
nounced the sale of forty of his brood
mares, to take place at Lexington shortly.
The pleasantest riding season of the year
is yet to come. Fall is undoubtedly the
most desirable time for cycling, especially
for long distance tonr. The roads are in a
far better condition than at any other
time, and the temperature Is such that tbe
riders feel less fatigue than in warmer
Tbe fiercest struggle for records the
World has ever known will occurr this
fall. Almost immediately after the
Springfield meet tbe teams will commence
to prepare. Some will remain in tbe east,
some go west and others south. At pres
ent Johnson, Bliss. Titus, Tyler and the
Columbia and Sterling teams are known
to be enrolled for tbe fight.
Tbe Saratoga Racing association is to
have a Produce stakes, modeled on the
fmttern of tbe Futurity and Matron, tbe
atter of which will be soon out of exist
ence. The entry will be made cheaper and
will probably be W, to be paid on nominat
ing tbe mare, while either $3,000 or $10,
000 will be added. If high class racing is
to be maintained at the Springs, this is an
Dick Burge, the English welter-weight,
announces that he has not retired, and is
prepared to make a match against any
man in England, America or Australia for
200 to SO0 a side and the best purse of
fered. Having been to America so many
times on a fruitless errand, Burge con
siders It would be an act of international
courtesy if an American came to his coun
try and box him on English soil.
Cleveland 0 8001000 0-4
New York....O 2 0 0 1 0 5 0 5-13
Hits Cleveland.' 9: New York, 17. Er
rorsCleveland, 2: New York, 1. Bat
teries Snllivan and O'Connor, Rnsie and
FarrslL Umpire Betts.
Chicago 1 1 3000008-8
Boston 0 5 8 1 1 8 5 0 x-25
Hits Chicago, 12; Boston, 21. Errors
Chicago, 8; Boston, 6. Batteries Terry
and Schriver; Stlvetts, Tenny and Qansel.
Louisvtlle 3 0 1 1 0 1 0- 6
Baltimore 2 0 3 3 8 1 815
Hits Louisville, 11; Baltimore, 12. Er
rors Lonisvllle, 6: Baltimore, 2. Batter
ies Inks and Lake; Esper and Robinson.
No other National league games were
At Philadelphia-Philadelphia, 8; Read
At Pottsville-Pottsville, 7; Ashland, 2.
At Lancaster Lancaster, 6; Hazleton, fi.
At Harrisburg Harrisbnrg vs. Shenan
doah, postponed, rain.
HOW THE PUBLIC
BEWARE OF FRAUDS
For the Sake of Profit They Will
Sacrifice Principle, Health, Etc.
Unscrupulous dealers are trying to sell or
dinary Glauber Bait or a mixture of BoldliU
Powder as "Artificial Carlsbad Bait," "Spru
del Bait," "Gorman Salt" or "Improved Carl
bad Bait," and nnder other similar names.
The Natural Remedies of Carlsbad csn not
"What Mature makes, man can not im
prove upon." Artlfloial made wines will
nover replace the natural juice of the grapes.
Neither can the natural waters of Carlsbad
nor the Carlsbad Bpradol Bait be replaced by
tbe choap substitutes offered to a guileless
public for tbe sake of the larger profit made
thereon by these unscrupulous dealers.
No one would buy artificial wines know
ingly. Why buy the Imitation of the Carls
bad products when your health Is at stake?
The Carlsbad Sprudel Waters are a specific
for all diseases ot the stomach, liver and kid
neys, and have been used with great benefit
by hundreds of thousands of people. The
Carlsbad Sprudel Salt, which is evaporated
from the Sprndel Water at Carlsbad, la an ex
cellent Aperient, Laxative and Diaretic; Is an
alterative and ellmlnatlve remedy, which dis
solves tenacious bile, allays irritation, and
removes obstruction by aiding nature, and
not by saddeb and excessive irritation, as
moat cathartics do. Use the imported Carls
bad waters, or If it Is not convenient to use
the waters, or when a more decided laxative
effect is desired, use tbe Carlsbad Bprudel
Insist upon the genuine, which Is Imported
dirtlt from Carlsbad, and must have tbe sig
nature of Eisner A Mendelson Co., Sole
Agents for tbe United BUtes, U2 and 164
f ranklin street, JNew Fork, on every bottle.
and are being sent on this ship to
Sontbampton. there to be transferred
to the United States warship Cbioago,
on which they ssil to Korea to protect
United States interests there. I had
quite an interesting talk with one of
them. Tbe steerage would be interest
ing it it were not so dirty. Tbe people
are lying about on what look like little
shelves, some smoking aud, like the
people upstairs, playing oards, while
others lie around on boxe and bundles
and play tbe violin, mouth organ, bag
pipes or any thing at all It sounds
just like the Midway Plaisance some
times. Tbsre are, ot eourie, some
very interesting types ot people down
there too. The nnarcbistio looking
Italian and Russian are there, tbe
Welshman going home to see the old
country, the little German, and, iu fact,
almost all other nationalities are rep
resented, jast as they are above decks,
only there is tbe social difference be
We passed a German Lloyd on ber
way to New York last night. We all
west upon deck to see ber, or, rather,
ber lights, as that was all we could
see in the black night. It was a very
large eteamer, we could see.
A DANCE OH THE DECK.
Tonight there are to be some groat
doings. Tbe psssengers are to have a
danoe on tbe deck, and the picka
ninny band is to furnish tbe dance
music. Tomorrow night, the last
evening on board ship, will be made
memorable by a concert, and a very
lively one It bids fair to be, as nearly
every man, woman and child possessed
ot tbe power of speech is to take part..
One young man is to recite in Chinese.
By the way, we passed a large Chinese
man o' war today. I was glad to get
the chance to see it. It, like the Chi
nese himself, was peculiar. Very high
rigging and sails, and it was a vary
Urge ship, indesd. Everyone on board
looked at it with a great deal of inter
est. This noon there was some Rteat fun
on deck, Tbe men bad a tng ot war
and, of conrse, the women sat iu their
chairs and cheered on tbe combatants.
There was a great straight-as-a-stick
ex-offlcer in tbe Austrian army whose
side always won and, of course, I was
glad, as this gentleman is a lovely
man. So you see we bad runny and
pleasant diversions, which added to the
the charms of tbe delightful weather
for we bad a voyage which the steward
calls "one in a hundred, ma'am" has
kept us in tbe best of health and spirits,
We sometimes laugh almost all day
long, and I am sure tbe trip has bsen
THAT FRENCHMAN AGAIN.
I was talking to the French critio
this afternoon on deck, and was so for
tunate as to see his credentials as
foreign correspondent for the Frenoh
press on matters "musical and dram
itique " He is a wonderfully brilliant
man and knows abont everything in
that line, besides being a great literary
student in tbe different modern lan
guages. He happened to be au
acquaintance of Mile. Cnlve, and Sibyl
Sanderson and almost all tbe other ar
tists who have risen to fame and for
tune in his beautiful "Parse." He
keeps talking up tbe advantages of tbe
National Conservatory of France, in
Paris, to me all tbe time. He is really
a very brilliant man, but I am afraid I
cannot go to bis beautiful Paris for my
lessons. He has beard Mr. Barns and
me slog and compliments ns both on
our voices, and vehemently continues
to talk Paris, Paris, to ns at almost
every chance. .
Today there were some beautifnl
little books sold on the ship souvenirs
ot tbe voyage with everything in them
that one con'.d wish to learn of the
aubjsot of ocean steamship traveling,
and cabling, not to mention that very
important item tipping. The pictures
of the ships, officer, (etc., are in them,
too, besides a large space for auto
graphs. One of the gentlemen on
board very kindly presented me with
one, and I have been.gettlng my "auto
graph album" filled with little tquibs,
and even kind words, from the dear
friends I bave been so fortunate as to
meet on this good ship. Assuredly,
no one ever bad snoh a delightful voy
age as this one. It has been idyllic.
Tomorrow afternoon and evening we
will be banging over the railing look
ing for the first sight of land. An
Englishman on board said this noon at
lunch, that now we will soon be getting
to real civilisation oaoe in our lives,
but of course we silenoed him with
three cheers and a tiger-r-r for Amerioa.
LAND IN SIGHT.
Next Day. We shall see land the
purser informed ns this noon at dinner,
about 5 o'clook this afternoon. So, of
course, everyone will be on deck on the
lookout all afternoon, and I shall write
no more, mailing this at Southampton.
Everyone is overjoyed at tbe prospect
of treading firm land once more,
tbongb for my part I would be content
to stay on board a fortnight yet, it is
such an indolent do-nothing life, be
sides being so interesting. It is amus
ing to watch tbe effect of tbe coming
end of tbe voyage upon us all. Tbe
romantically inclined are discovered in
quiet corners, winding up their little
flirtations, and we praotioal ones are
arranging our plans for the land jour
neys. Tbe stewards and waiters have
suddenly beooine alert and swift to an
ticipate our every wish, and so on, all
over tbe ship, it is rather different, to
say the least, from the start of the voy
age. OFF FOR TERRA FIRMA,
P. S , Ang. 81. This wouldn't be a
woman's letter without a postscript,
and I write mine to tell yon abont a
huge fog which most provokingly de
layed ns six valuable hours this morn
ing just as we were all eagerness to
get ashore. As I write we are passing
the Isle of Wight, Osborne palace and
Cowes, where the beantiful yaahts are.
The view is tbe most beautifnl 1 have
ever seen. And tbe yaohtsl How
shall I describe them? They seem like
spirits afbat on an Emerald sea. By
the time you get this the races between
tbe vigilant ana the Britannia will
bave been an old story. Bat imagine
bow we mnst feel without any knowl
edge of the results. Anyhow, we all
give three cheers for the Yankee boat
and hope that they will not be given in
Mrs. Barns, while yet aboard ship,
has just received a most delightful
letter of welcome for the party. Tbe
pilot brongbt it to us, from Miss JJris
coll, of tbe Welsh Ladies' choir. The
Kllarney this morning rescued ns from
the fog and in a few moments we shall
be en route for "merri England" and
for tbe successes or failnres that await
ns there. Sadie E. Kaiser.
Henkt Schokhhals, foreman Henry
Krug Packing company, Ht. Joseph, Mo.,
nses Dr.Thomaa1 Eolectric Oil with his men
for sprains, cuts, bruises, chapped hands,
etc. It is tbe best, . -
The Rev. Dr. Talmage. who is now
touring in Australia, considered this
question of sufllcient importance to
make it tlie subject of a recent sermon.
Happiness is not a nuestion of bank
account or material prosperity, but
rattier ot neaitn. ana tnis can oniy do
enjoyed where the digestive organs
are performing their proper functions.
Were the question addressed to a
chronic dyspeptic, a negative answer
would probably be returned.
Dr. j. Miliner f othcrgui, ot Lonaon,
whose name is a household word in
England, says of this dread but preva
lent disease, "More distressing tnan
the actual paiu is the sense of misery
experienced by many, the mental dis
comfort, the sense of wretchedness, of
utter uniittuess for work, the mental
attitude of gloom, distress and inca
pacity, me Duyaioii uiscomiort, tenas
to cause the sufferer to have misgiv
ings that the malady is something
more than mere indigestion. A haunt
ing fear that the brain is the seat of
tlie disease, where tuere is neauaciie,
the heart, where there is milnitatiou
or irregular action tortures the un
happy sullerer. The remembrance oi
this impression hangs like a dark
cloud over the intervals of compara
tive health. Not only does the brain
reel exhausted, but tlie wnole system
appears lauguid aud weak, instead bf
the man being able lor a twenty or
thirty mile walk, one or two miles pro
duce fatigue,and sometimes an intense
languor is relt without any exertion at
all. When he goes to his medical at
tendant to describe his case, he says:
"I take all sorts of strengthening
thing, and yet I feel so weak." If
instead of usiug these words he were
to say, "because I take all sorts of
tilings I feel so weak," he would ex
press a part at least of the truth.
Mai-products of indigestion are posi
tive depressent poisons. Strong food
docs not necessarily involve strength,
rather the opposite when the diges
tion is impaired. A little, well diges
ted, feeds the blood, and from it again
the the tissues, better than a large
meal of which none, or very little in
deed, is properly digested. In this
condition, the more a person eats, the
worse he thrives, because he digests
little or non, and unless he is restrict
ed to proper meals, hertually eats him
self to death, and he dies ofhunger
of actual starvation, In the midst of
unlimited food and everlasting eating.
To eat and digest them, is not one and
the same thing.
Dr. Fotuergill speaks of artificially
digested starch in the following un
"As the cooking of starchy foods In
volves their partial digestion, we see
that intuitively and without the light
of science, man commenced the arti
flcial digestion of starch when only a
savage aud long before the dawn of
history. We at thepresent,are emerg
ing out of the early darkness and step
ping by morning light on the path to
the artificial digestion of starch, by so
doing, economizing the body energy
which would otherwise be consumed
inpreparing such food for absorption."
Paskola is such a vfood, being a p re
digested starch combined with or
ganic ferments, possessing the prop
erty of digesting other foods in the
stomach, thus virtually resting the
diseased digestive organs and yet in
suring strength and nourishment to
Paskola has passed beyond the ex
perimental stage, and is now be em
ployed with the greatest success and
satisfaction by thousands of sufferers.
Many the man and woman who would
have answered the question "Is life
worth living ?" with an emphatic
"No ! now comes forward to sound the
praises of Paskola and tell how it has
rescued them from a living death.
Mr. L. W. Crisy, agent of the South
ern RailwaA company, Fort Hill, 8. C.
writes as follows under date of July
"Just five years ago I quit the farm
to take up office work, I was in per
fect health and for two 'years follow
ing continued to be robust and strong.
At the expiration of that time, which
was three years ago, I began to be
troubled with dyspepsia, but gave the
matter little attention thinking I
would soon come around all right.
Instead, things went from bad to
worse, and In the last six months I
have suffered frightfully. It has been
necessary to call a doctor a number of
times. My appetite has been good all
this while, while my digestive organs
bave been absolutely unable to digest
any food. I have tried everything
that has been recommended, without
experiencing any benelit. Have used
the medicine of some of the best phy
sicians in this country. They would
sometimes help me for three or four
days, then I would be just as bad off
as l was Derore consulting them.
"I have lost flesh untill do not look
like the same person, only weighing
l.'BJ pounds, making a loss of 33 pounds
111 MIX. 111UI11US.
"I had begun to think that I had
better look around for a coffin and a
place to put Is, when Just four weeks
ago 1 came across a little pamphlet
describing Paskola. I read every word
ot it ana was inspired with such conn
dence that it was decided to give it a
trial. 1 Dt'L'iiu taking the product
early in July, aud by the time the first
bottle was half gone, I ordered three
more, as I found it was doing me
mucti good. I ceased to lose flesh. had
no further headaches, nor did I vomit
aTter eating as previously. In fact I
did not feel as though I had anything
the matter with me at all. I have
now taken two and a half bottles and
am still using It, everybody having
noticed that I am improving and my
complexion being better than it hail
been for two years.
"Paskola has done for me more good
in' the past twcitty days than any
other medicine I have ever taken. In
fact it is the ;nly thing that has ever
done me any good. I sleep well at
night, do not dream as I did before
using it and awake in trie morning
fully refreshed and ready for my
Such statements as these are Incou
trovertable. If you are suffering, if an emaciated
form and general lack of strength
shows that you are not properly nour
ished, send for a pamphlet on food and
digestion, which will be mailed free
upon application to the Pre-Diges-ted
Food Co., 30 Keade street, New
Mother.! Motberall Mothers!!
Alrs.Winslow's Soothing Syrap has been
nsed for over fifty years by millions of
mot here for their children while teething,
with perfect success. It soot hes the child,
softens the Rams, allays all pain; cores
wind colio. and is the best remedy for di
arrhoea. Fold bydiuggiste in every part
of tbe world. Be sgre and ask tor "Mrs.
Wtnalow's Boot bins Syrup,'' and take no
no other kind. Twenty-fire cents a bottle.
touts tf aU Mnrf eotC ttof me ea
ft Situation WanUd,vhich are inter
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f N RE! TRANSFER OF HOTEL LICENSE
J- of Jacob Yerke in the First Ward of the
Borough of Dickson City to John Hemheckl.
Notice is hereby given that the Court has
fixed Monday, September 10, 1MI4. Ht o'clock
a. m. as the time and place for the hearing
of the ubovo transfnr.
WILLARD, WARRFN & KNAPP,
Atty's for Applicant
ESTATE OF HARRIET LYMAN, LATE
of the township of Madison, Lackawanna
county. Pa., deceased.
Letters testamentary upon the above-named
estate having been granted to the under
signed, all perrons having claims or demands
aitainst the said estate will present them for
payment, and those indebted thereto will
please make immediate payment to
C P. VAN BRUNT,
MILES A. LYMAN,
' Exeou' ors.
WATSON DIEIIL, Attorneys for Estate.
Notice of Dissolution.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
co-partnership existing between James
T. Dearney ana Patrick P. Cannon, carrying
uu uusiuess ae unteineepers on uacason street,
this citv. was dissolved hv mutuHl congfmfc nn
Sept. 1. James T. Kearney has ceased to bave
any connection witn tne ooainew, wnicn In
future will be carried on by Patrick P, Can
non. Situations Wanted.
A YOUNG MANOFOOOD HABITS AMD
experience would like a position as clerk
in store. Address C. P. H., Clifford, Pa.,
Lock box 87.
BARKEEPER A STEADY, SOBER AND
Industrious young man wonld like to se
cure a position; understands his business and
Is a good, quick mixer; would like a position
in city or country and can furnish eood refer-
ences from last employer. Address, Bar-
aoeper, ow L.aciawanna ave scranton.
Central Railroad of New Jersey
SPECIAL EXCURSION BATES
Thursday, September 13, 1894.
For this occasion special excursion tickets
from Scranton will be sold gcol to go on all
trains Sept. 12 and 13, and for return nntil
FARE FOB THE ROUMD TRIP, '60c.
Can bo cured by simple treat
ments and the truss thrown aside
in a short time.
No detention from business. A
safe and radical cure for every
variety of hernia by a new method.
Iso charge for consultation and
Scranton German Ruptore Core Co.
203 WASHINGTON AVE.
. Tbe Finest in the Citfa
The latest Improved for
nlsblnRi and apparatus for
keeping- meat, batter and egga.
28 Wyoming Ave.
There is no use
in staying be
hind when all
the world is pushing ahead.
" Progress " is the motto of
The Scranton Tribune
GENT'S WHITE SHIRTS
LADIES' FAST BLACK HOSE
Seamless, 2 pair for 25c, or 70c. for a kx of 6 pairs.
Two of the Best Bargains we have ever offered.
Do IToui Sleep Well?
If not, get one of nature's BEST SEDATIVES,
iL Pine Mattress
They Are Inexpensive.
Tuesday. Sept 11.
Rose : Coghlan
Supported by the Coghlan Company, In
eluding Frederick (Is BelWlllo, JobnT.
(Sullivan, Cecil M York, Murine Elliott,
Hattia Russell and Marion A. Erl.
Oscar WIMo's Sntire,
jAWoman of No Importance
Kale of Beats commences Friday morning,
Sept. 7, a.ui., at tbe Frothing bam box ollice,
at tlx following prices: Orchestra, $1.50; or
chestra circle, SI; Balcony, rows A and B, )1;
Balcony, rows C and U,75c; Balcony, balance,
50c, ; Gallery, li&c.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
TUESDAY, SEPT. XV
FITZ and WEBSTER
A Breezy Time
Crisp, Breezy and Entertaining.
A Novel, Original and Hilarious Musical
Cl I M M V Comodiam.Bpaclaltlea, Dialogue a,
I U IN 11 I Situations and Climaxes.
PPFTTV GlrI' Blnirera, Dano
I n L I I I era aud Costumes.
Sale of seats opens Saturday at the box offlca.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12
CHAS. H. HOYT'S
Highly Successful Political Satire,
A Texas Steer
Just as it Always War.
Geo. Washington Jr. Fishbnck
and Tbe Committee
Will all be there in their usual entertaining
way. Company is stronger than ever.
Sal j of a rate opens Monday at the box office.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
THIRSDAY, SEPT. 13.
JAMES E3. MACKIE
(GRIMSEY ME BOY)
In the New Circo-Comedy,
The Side Show
A decided novelty In tbe line of faro a-com
Presented by a large and competent com
pany of artists.
NOVELTIES Is s
ALL NOVEL! IK'S. Special scenery Is car
ried for the production. All laughter. No
Sale of seats opens Monday at tbe box office.
Week Commencing Monday, SEPT. 10.
Every afternoon and evening.
.VAUDEVILLE ST Alls.
EVERY PERFORMER A LADY. '
EVERY LADY AN ARTIST.
This Is not a so called "Beauty Show," al
though composed ot handsome women; but it
la a remarkable aggregation of genuine ar
admission; io, 20 6r 30 cents
Two Performance Dally at i. 30 and 8.13 p.m.
TZS' 10 CENTS.
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oatoky 9 Job Dept
ESTABLISHED 1806. 86,000 IN USE
Instrument In every tense of the term as
applied to Pianos.
Exceptional In holding their original fulnaw
NEW YORK WAREHOUSE, No. 80 Fifth
115 Adams Avb. New Telephone Bdg
We Linn Allen & Co,
Bay and sail S'ocka.Bondi and Grain
on New York Exoaangta and Chicago
Board of Trade, either for cash or on
412 Spruce Street.
tgLoeal Stooka a Specialty.
Maloney Oil and
HI TO 151 MERIDIAN ST.
See our FIFTEEN DOLLAR Solid
Oak Bedroom Sett
We sell Furniture as cheap as
any house in the country that in
tends to give honest value for the
money. Try us.
205 AMD 207
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO.
SCRANTON AND WILE ES-BARKK, PA. MANUFACTURERS 0
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
General Office, SCRANTON. FA
jSTELLE & SEELEYf
3 134 WYOMING AVENUE. I
I THE BEST S
OF PROPHETS s
S for the future li (he put Daring the more than forty yean ot it
5 exlitenoe orer 65,000 people hare parohased and played nd praiaaa g
1 The Emerson Piano. I
There are tome plane that will eott yon more than tbe Emerson
will If yooeojoy paying high prlooa juat for the sake of paying
them, probably you will bay one of these. Bat no matter what yon
fay yon'll not gt a better piano, aor handsomer, nor one more
durable. It ia impossible to improve on the beat, ,
! REASONABLE PRICB-CASH-IHSTAIXHENTSr-BENT.V S
Opp. Court Hou.39.
Dr. B. Grewer
The Philadelphia Specialist, and his aMoclatad
staff of English and German physicians,
are now permanently located at
oui ..... 1 v...u c I'cnn
iiv.-iifti '' 8 mire -.Iroi't
The doctor Is a graduate of the University of
Pennsylvania,formerly demonstrator of physi
ology and surgery at tbe Medico-Chimrglcal
College of Philadelphia. A specialty of
Chronic, Nervous, Skin. Heart, Womb and
DISEASES OF THE 9ERV0US SYSTEM
The symptoms of which are dizziness, lack of
confidence, sexual weakness In men anCwo
nan, ball rising in the throat, spots floating
before tbe eyes, loas of memory, unable to con
centrate the mind on one subject, easily
startled when suddenly spoken to, and dull,
distressed mind, which unfits them for per
forming the actual duties of life, making hap-
?lneas impossible; distressing the action ot
be heart, causing flush of heat, depression of
spirits, evil forebodings, cowardice, fear,
dreams, melancholy, tire easy of company,
feeling as tired in the morning as when retir
ing, lack of energy, nervousness, trembling,
oonfusion of thought, depreBsion.constlpation,
weakness of the limbs, etc. Those so affected
sv "Id consult us immediately and be restor
iff? perfect health.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
Weakness of Young Men Cured.
If you have been given up by your physician
eall upon the doctor and be examined. lie
enrea tbe worst cases of Nervous Debility.Scro
fuia.Old Sores. CatarrhPiles, Female Weakness,
Affections of tbe Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Asthma. Deafness, Tumors. Cancers and Crip
ples of every description.
Consultations free and strictly sacred and
confidential. Office hours daily from V a. m.
to 9 p. m. Sunday 8 to 2.
cu,:iutie nve i-cvui utamps for symptom
blanks and my book called "New Life."
I will pay one thousand dollars in gold to
anvone whom 1 caunot cure of EPILEPTIC
CONVULSIONS or FITS.
DR. E. BREWER,
Old Post Office Building, corner JPenn ave
nue and bpruce street.