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HIE SCRAXTON TEIBUNE-TUESD AY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18, 1894.
A Natural. Food That Does Not
THE WAY IT IS DONE
How Mixing With Fruit Acids Digests
Food Before H is Even Taken
Into the Mouth.
Natural foods are as a rule insoluble,
rhey must be dissolved before they
can ue absorbed.
Digestion is the dissolving of food in
our mouth, stomachs and intestines.
It is done with special terments pre
pared by special organs.
A great deal of energy is used up in
digestion. Well people can sp;re the
energy, sick people cannot. People
who have not suitlciont energy sutler
It is plain that Paskola, which is an
artificially digested food; will save a
sick person a great dual of energy.
Artificial digestion is the dissolving
of food outside the body by the same
ferments that dissolve it inside the
body. Paskola is a fattening food
made of grains and fruit that has been
digested in this way. It also aids in
the digestion of other food.
8ick people need all their energy to
Ret well, lueysnouia take JPaskola.
Thin people spend their energy in
business or other cares aud worry. .
Paskola will make tliem fat without
irlvimr their digestive or trans an v work.
Paskola is an ideal natural fattening
rood, it is more. It is a natural tonic
food that does not create false uew
energy but helps you to husband what
Any one who reads the thankful
words which follow will be convinced
of the surpassing worth of this great
artiuclaily digested food:
MlAMISVILLE, O., Aug., 10, 1894.
Dkar Friends: Ana you have
indeed been friends to me as you
would be convinced if you could have
se n me last summer at this time and
see me now. For three years I have
been treated by the best doctors in ln-
diuuna and Ohio. I would get relief
for a while, but only to get worse
ngaiu. When I commenced to take
Paskola I did not think it would do
me auy good, and had made up my
mind to quit taking medicine and let
Nature take its own course, when one
of your little books was thrown in my
way, and 1 asked my husband if I
could try it, and he is surprised with
the result. I have taken four bottles
and today I never felt better in my
lire. I do not know how much l have
gained in flesh but every one says I
look so much better.
I have advertised it well here aud
several have tried it, and are much
pleased. I can eat anything I
want and sleep at night like a log. I
cannot say enough of Paskola and also
of the tablets. They are just grand.
I wish I could convince every one of
its merits; they would certainly use it.
- I remain your frieud,
Mrs. Fked. Groves
You can obtain Paskola of any good
druggist, aud a free pamphlet will be
mailed by the Pre-Digested Food Co.,
HQ Reade street, New York.
As exemplifying the pitch to which
Roman epkurainisui was curried aud in
dicative of a truly barbaric nature, a dish
consisting of the tongues ulone of some
thousands of the favorite songsters of the
air was requisitioned at injmen.se cost to
satisfy the inordinate cravings of one of
the emperors. One can hardly avoid the
reflection that such a being must have
been extremely ontuneful. The liver of a
cupon steeped in milk was thought a great
delicacy, and of solid meat pork appears to
liuve been most relished.
The stanch Roman who did not take
his pleasure homceopathicaliy reclined dur
i ii K dinner on a luxurious coach, his head
resting on his left elbow, supported by
cushions. Suetonius draws attention to
n superb apartment erected by the extrav
agant Nero, in which his meals were
partaken, constructed like a theater, with
Shifting scenes changing with every course.
The Sensitive Tortoise.
Few animals seem more impassive than
the tortoise, but those who have ever
watched its movements know tbat the
creature is really very sensitive. A few
drops of rain will send it home with all
speed; even the distant approach of a
shower makes it uneasy. Hence Gilbert
White remarked that his tortoise showed
"as mnch solicitude about the rain as a
lady d reused in alt her best attire."
The bright light of the sun seems es
pecially grateful to tortoises; they rarely
stir out at night, and the approach of win
ter drives them into their retreats. This
physical sensitiveness shows their temper
ament to be IcBBsl iifish than is commonly
The animal also learns to recognize per
sons and remembers those wbo feed is, in
stantly distinguishing them from stran
gers. Youth's Companion.
. " An Artist's Prorations.
Lough, an English sculptor, had an im
aginative enthusiasm so vivid that he once
aid timidly to a friend, as if fearing ridi
cule: "I iancy myself in the Acropolis some
times and hear a roaring noise like the
The sculptor's early privations were ter
rible. Kays a writer:
"During Lough's first year in London,
' when engaged on his 'Alilo,' he went with
out meat far three months, had only one
bushel and a half of coal during the whole
winter, tore np his shirts to make rags in
which to keep his clay figure moist and
llept beside it when the cold would allow
him to sleep on the grouiu' " '
' Be ftonest and True.
I'lace and position are nothing if they
IreVnot Worthily held. J. R. Miller says:
"A pore heart at the end of life and a low-'
iy mission well accomplished are better
than to have filled a great place on the
earth and have -a stained soul aud a
r , The Time to lo tb Counting.
' In the old days of impetuous warfare
caution was not regarded as so much a
virtue on the port of a military commander.
as at present. In a battle between r reucn
ttnd Austrian, in which Marshal Bugeaud
commanded the French forces, an officer
of the staff said to the marshal: "The en
emy are advancing. Shall I send a party
to munoiter and see how numerous they
aref" "No," said Bugeaud, "well count
'em after we've beaten 'em." San Fran
' We authorize onr advertised druggist to
sell Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and Colds, upon this
condition. If you are afflicted with a
Cough, Cold, or any Lung, Throat or Chest
trouble, and will nse this remedy as di
rected, giving it a fair trial, and experience
ho benefit, you may return the bottle and
have year money refunded. We-could not
bike this offer did we not know that Dr.
King's New Discovery could be relied on.
It never disappoints. Trial bottles free at
Matthew Bros", drug store. Large size
uvc. auu an.
FOR BCXTING AND THE COUNTRY.
Summer Outing Costumes Thii Year Are of
Blew? lined Stripes.
Outing B&Bnols are shown having a ool
ored stripe on a white ground, and as they
wash well and easily they are useful for
making up into blouse waista far boating
and country wear, betides being appropri
ate for children "Boating frocks where cool
ness and frequent chooses are the chief
considerations. White cotton dock is also
seen having broad blue, pick, brown or
block stripes, besides more delicately col-
ored stylos, and a new variety of blue
denim has been brought out, thin and
line, but very firm, which is intended to
be used as dress material. Brown and
navy blue serges of good width and qual
ity are sold at a low price now and may be
made into attractive outing suits, having
an Eton jacket or a blazer with a wide
collar, and worn with a blonso of wash
ellk in harmonizing tints. These wash
silksare prettier this season than they ever
were before. They are usually striped and
are shown in all shades of rose, green, yel
low, blue and violet, eisnbined with white
or with each other. Plain white linen is
also a goud material for Mouses to be worn
under a Jacket., as it is extremely cool and
launders beautifully, but linen bodices
cannot be obtained ready made.
The skirts of outing costumes aro most
often inude without a lining to Insure
lightness, and the edges of the seams in
side are neatly bound with bias strips of
silk or cambric. These uniined skirts
must be worn over a still petticoat in or
der to make them hang well. Laced out
ing shoes for women aiu made of tan calf
and are cat like a man's in every respect.
They have a low heel, but a very pointed
toe, and are devoid of all ornamentation.
An illustration Is given of an outing
costume of choviot and silk. The skirt is
laid in wide box plaiu and has several
rows of stitching near the bottom. With
it is worn a silk blouse with, i-igot sleeves.
A novel triple capo forms part of the
costume. It is of cheviot, like tho skirt,
and is out in a sort of yoke shape, the edges
being finished with rows. of stltcbiiur-
WHO LAUGHS LAST LAUGHS BEST.
A Stage Villain's Method of Getting Square
with Two Young Women.
He was walking down upper Fifth ave
nue, just in front of two young and pretty
women. He was an actor, and walked with
even more than the usual strut. At such
an angle did he incline his nose from mother
earth that he couldn't have seen the yawn
ing mouth of an open coalhole or the en
trance to the pit itself, waiting to receive
him. How, then, should he avoid the malig
nant bit of banana skin that laid itself ont
to ensnare him, and which, being trodden
upon, turned like the storied worm and
strove mightily with himf And "Oh, what
fall was there, my countrymen!"
Involuntarily the ladies, who had seen
the whole occurrener, giggled audibly.
They knew it wasn't proper, bnt they really
couldn't help themselves.
Even as the victim waved bis arms wildly
and turned half way aronnd in his struggle
with the skin, he hod seen the smiles and
heard the silvery laughter, and as the pave
ment struck him every other feeling gave
way to a great and burning desire for re
venge. As the ladies, therefore, would have
passed him by still lying on the walk on
the other side, a hollow groan came from
his lips. His legs were drawn spasmodi
cally up and then kicked violently out
again. His whole body writhed and twist
ed and his ftatures were distorted with
agony. And AgrJn that awful groan was
emitted from his lips.
"Ho must have broken his spine,"
whispered one of the fair ones to her com
panion, as they gazed horrified on the pain
drawn face. "Oh, what can we dol And
we laughed at him."
Conscience stricken and feeling like
murderers they looked for aid. But only
a woman, and she two blocks away, was to
be seen. And they had to act at once, for
the weakening struggles of the miserable
man told them he might be dying. Quick
ly the more practical and cooler headed of
tbe two ran up the stairs to tho brown
stone mansion in front of which the acci
dent had happened, and once, twice, thrice
pressed the electric button. Before a serv
ant could respond she was by the fallen
man's side. She called to her friend, and
between the two they pulled him toward
the stoop and finally got him in a sitting
position on the steps. And, not knowing
what else to do, one of tbe fair damsels
began to brush his overcoat with her dainty
Wherenpon the injured man's eyes opened
and a smile broke over his face. "Really,
miss," said be politely, "I couldn't permit
that. And I am already under tbe greatest
obligations to you for your kindly assist
ance." Then placing his hand over his
heart he bowed his thanks, and with dig
nity and grace alike unimpaired resumed
his interrupted walk.
He had simply given a strict performance
of his "realistic dying scene."
A moment later the turdy servant opened
the door. He saw only a stately figure in
a dusty overcoat moving with measured
pace down the avenue. New York Herald.
Be Sure ef Your Pino Tuner.
As in every other occupation in life, there
are bad tnners among the piano tuning fra
ternity. A bad tuner can spoil a piano by
springing the tuning pins and tampering
with the action. They muke levers of the
phis, springing them buck or forth to in
creaaeor lessen tbe tension of the strings,
instead of turning tbe pins in the proper
manner. A majority of so called tuners,
sad to relate, perform their work iu just
that way; so tout when once a family gets
a first class piaao toner they should rivet
him to their appreciative service with con
siderate remuneration and beware of the
newly hatched piano tuner. Interview in
When Baby was tick, we gave her Castoria,
When she was a Child, the cried far Custorle,
When she became Miss, she dung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave than Castoria,
A Handsome Complexion
la one of the greatest charms a woman can
possets. Poasosu'a Complexion Powdbb
W -aW r .LWa, Mil iMV
I H i
sT aTTV W Jt at -jr A
If' i If
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
v and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Xarcotle substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' nse by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting: Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"Castoria is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Da. Q. C. Osoood,
" Castoria is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not
far distant when mothers wlllconsidor the real
Interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the variousquack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Da. J. P. KlKCBELOt,
The Centaur Company, TI
By the Beautiful New Steamships of the
Old Dominion Line
OLD POINT COMFORT
(HVGEIA HOTEL), OR
(PRINCESS ANNE HOTEL),
Most Delightful Kesorts on the Atlantic Coast for
Old Point Comfort
Virginia Beach -
A day and a quarter at either hotel. INCLUDING
EVERY EXPENSE of meals and berths en route, a daj
and a quarter's board at either hotel.
This trip is an ideal one; as fche course skirts the coast, with lit
tle likelihood of seasickness, and passes in review many watering
places and points of Interest. Tor printed matter and full particu
OLD DOMINION S. S. COMPANY
W. 1. GUILIAUDEU, Traffio Manager.
For Washing Clothes CLEAN and SWEET
It LASTS LONGER than other Soaps.
Price FIVE CENTS a bar.
by mull proimld. With
ulFOREAnDArTERUSING.uootlier. Addreb.MeitVE HEUw'cu., Mmouio Tom pie, Caic.oo.liJ.
For Sale in Scranton, Pa., by H. C. SANDERSON, Druggist, enr WashingtoD
tuo o nruce streets.
ZMiAeit for ES. MOIT'S PEinTSTSOYAI, fXXXS and take no other.
fc-vSiTtsr Send for eiroular. Price ijl.00 per box, tt boxes for $5.00.
bKS? MOTTS CHEMICAL. CO, - Cleveland, Ohio
ForSaleby 0. M. 1IARKIS, DruKKlut,
Sometiaas needs a reliable, monthly, regulating medicine. Only harodssa IxA
the pureol drug, ihould be used. II you want the belt, got
Dr. PesaB's PennyroaS PSISs
They are prompt, safe ard oerkiln In result. The renatne (Dr. Peal's) oarer dlsap.
k noiat, gent auywuero, $1.00, Addrssi ? Si UCBIOIM to., UeTOland, 0.
Foraale by JOHN H PHElPS,
Spvucc Street, Scranton, Pa.
A. W. JURISCH
435 SPRUCE STREE1
BICTCLKS AND SPORTING i
Oesdroa, Eclipse, IotsU. D lam ont
and Other W hoe la,
edy, aedernwuty, kukad by SUJUWOoa.
PwltMpraoftud lue-pan book tllHtntad fro
UltfrotBpMfilceurad.friobymail. Wben Hot Spring!
ml tbMnrhU, Oar Mnrlo RomAd will
paUtaly on, root RKAkBY 1 . tttnw, m.p j
Va I I I Mjf au.fc wk 11 1 1 w
iJ"."r . aau.-rBT.V.'VJrVllU.Vkn
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I i tu.
" Castoria Is so well adapted tochfldren that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me."
E. A. Abobis, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T.
" Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although wo only have among our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon It."
United Hospital ISO DlSPSKURT,
aaain C. Smith, Pre.,
Murray Street, New York City.
$16.00 rf I f
$17.00 v I
Pier 26, North Riv.r, New York.
a m J ft
ft ii i
earns, such si Weak. Memory, lAtn of Brsln Power, Hesdsctae, Wakef ulnrrs,
IxistAlnnhood, Nightly Kuilsstoos, NerTouiDeM.alldroln.nndlos.uI power
In UttiMrutlveOrpanfl of uUher m caused by overexertion, onhful error.
eic8lvoue of lobaoec, opium or stimulants, which lend to lnnrniltr, Din-
t;an ne enrneo i n tbbi poc.fi. vi pvrvui. w iui
u HS order we lTe a wruteo guarantee to euro
ri.rtMln.firi M,.M h nil 1ni.ri7li.ta. Ak f nr II. US.
2jl3rjBBCP'3i3 The only ,nre
vuiwii couiturj 1 i - n
Ter offered to Ladies,
ed to married Ladiea.
187 l'enn Arenue.
Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming Avenue and
European Plaa FIrtt-elass Bar ettnehol
Depot for Berguar A Kegel's Tannhatuser
It Coi, WW and FHhcrt Sts., Philaii
Host dislraUle for residents of N.K. P.nn'
sylvanla. All conveniences tor travelers
to and from Broad Street station and the
Twelfth and Market Htreet station. Do
slrsble for vlelting Kerantonlans and po
tie in the AuthraolU Keg Ion,
T. J. VICTORY.
ROOFtlnnlrg and soldering all done away
with br te nse of HAHTMAN'S t'AT
ENT PAINT, which consists of ingredl nts
Well-known to all It oan be applied to tin,
Salranlied tin, sheet Iron roofs, al so to brick
wellinis, which will prevent absolutely any
crumbling, oracking or breaking! of ths
brick. It will outlast tinutng ot anjr kind by
me ny years,and it's oost does not exiueed one
fifth that of the oost of tinning. Is) sold by
the job or pound. Contracts taken by
AMTOMIO UABIAIANN, (27 Biroh 81
Bank of Scr&nton.
This baak offers to depo.lUra even
faeility warranted by their balanoea, bnai
ness and reapoualbllltr.
ttpeelal atsantloB glwen to business aa
counts. Interest paid on time deposita
TTIXIIAM CONNrlT.I President.
OEO. H. CATLIN, Vice-Freaident
WILLIAM H. fKCfi, CasUleft
William Couaell, George H. Catlla,
Alfred Head. J aula. Arohbald, Henry
llelln, Jr., M'llllaut X 8itb- Luther
tl. A. HULBERT3
City Musio Store,
W W XOaUNO AVsj . SCBAMTOaa
TEIfTWAT Us SON
DKCKEB BROTHERS in
avivo-nit. 11 isaus
Alsea large stoek of Orst-eUa)
Hantifactnrsri of the Celebrated
100,000 Bbfc Per Annum,
Large Medium and
Choice Timothy and
lawn Grass Seeds
Guano, Bone Dust
and Phosphates for
Farms, Lawns and
HUNT & GOKNELL CO.
dooms 1 anil 2 Commonwealth Bld'g,
Hade at the M0O3I0 and HUSH- .
' DALE WORK
Lafflla & Rand Powder Co. 'i
ORANGE GUN POWDEB
Electrlo Batteries, Fasei for eiplol
tag blasts, tiafety Fuse and
RepaunoChemicaJ Co.'iHicb Explotivei
Obat of the best quality fur domestlo nse, and
f all sleee, deUrered in auy part of tue eltl
at lowest prloe.
Orders left at my offloa,
', NO. lis, WYOMING AVENUE,
Rear room, first floor. Third National Bank,
or sent by mail or telephone to the mine, will
reeeire prompt attention.
Bpecial contracts will rs made for ths sail
M delivery of Buckwheat OoaL
WM. T. SMITH.
Washburn -Crosby Co. wish to assure their man
patrons that they will this year hold to their usual
custom of milling. STRICTLY OLD WHEAT until the
new crop is fully cured. New wheat i3 now upon the
market,' and owing to the excessively dry weather
many millers are of the opinion that it is already
cured, and in proper condition for milling. Washburn-Crosby
Co. will take NO RISKS, and will allow
the new wheat fully three months to mature before
This careful attention to eyery detail of milling has
placed Washburn-Crpsby Cos flour far above all
other brands. -
Louis a smithi
Dealer In Choice Confections and ' Mils,
BREAD AND CAKES A SPECIALTY.
FINEST ICE CREAM
1437 Capouse Avenue
SD YOU KNOW?
That we will GIVE you beautiful new pat
terns of Sterling SILVER SPOONS and
FORKS for an equal weight, ounea for ounce,
of your silver dollars. All elegantly en
graved free. A large variety of new pat
terns to select from at
897 LACKAWANNA AVKNUt
All Grades, Sizes and Kinds kept in Stock.
Of every description on liand. Prompt shipments guar
a 11 toed.
Chains, Rivets, Eolts, Nuts, Washers, Turn
buckles, Bolt Ends, Spikes and a full line of
BITTENBENDER & CO.
We have tha following supplies of Lumber secured, at
prices tbat warrant us in expecting a large
share of the trade.
Pacific Coast Bed Cedar Shingles.
"Victor" and other Michigan Brandt ot
White Pine aud White Cedar Shingles,
Michigan White and Norway Pioe Lum
ber nud Bill Timber.
North Carolina Short and Long Leaf Yel
low Pine. .
Miscellaneous stocks of Mine Bails, Mine Ties, Mine Props
aud Mine Supplies in general.
RICHARDS LUMBER CO,
Commonwealth Building, Scranton Pa
SPRING v ,
, - House
HEART LAKE, Susquehanna Co.
U. E. CROFUT . I ..... . '., Proprietor.
' HIS HOUBE Is striotly temperanoe, is dsw
I and well Airnlshod and OPENKD TO
'1 HE PUBLIC THU YEAR &OCND; la
located mid war bstween Montrose and Soran
ton, on Montrose and Laokawannsr Railroad,
olx miles from D.. L, W. R R. at Alford
Station, and ore miles from Mantroaa; ca-
Sscltj, etabty-flvs; three mlna tee' walk f ron
:. R. sUtion.
GOOD BOATS, FISHING TACKUE, ,
FUSE TO UUSM S.
Altitude about S.0O0 feet, eqnalllnr. In this
respect tbe Adirondack aad CaUkill atoun
taina line groTee. plenty of shade and beantifnl
scenery, making a Summer Reaort nnex
ceiled in beauty and ebeapnesa,
Daueing pavilion, swlnA oreqnet gr onnds, .
c. Cold Sprint Water and plenty ot Milk.
Kntes, 7 to SIO per week. SI. CO par
Ezcnrslon tickets sold at all stations oaD.
h. ft W. Unus.
Porttr insets all trains.
PARI1OH8 OPRW FROM T AS. TO 11 PHt
SPECIAL ATTErftLOif GIVEN TO BUpi
PLYING FAMILIES WITH ICK CBSAM.
Jnnlsta County, Penniylsania, White Oak.
Ballivan County Hemlock Lumber and
Tioga Cennty Dry Hemlock Stock Board.
Elk Connty Dry Hemlock Jolsta aad Stad
KIN IN Q, BLAflTDia AND BPORTINCI
Kanafaotnredat the WapwaUopen MU1 L
aarneeoanty Pa,, and at WU" ,
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent for the Wycsilnf District. !
id Wyoming Ave.,
third National Baak Bolldine
-. THOS. FORD, PtttstTO. Pa
John r smith sew; pijrmonrh. p
& W. MULLIGAN, WUkes-Barre. Pa
- Agents for tbe Reeaaae yheaieei Cook
paoy e High Szploarrea