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THE SCBANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 12, 1894.
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REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
DANIEL H. HASTINGS,
For Lieutenant Governor:
Far Auditor Central:
AMOS H. MYLIJJ,
For Secretary oflternal Affair
JAMES W. LATTA,
GALU8HA A. GROW.
GEORGE F. HUFF,
Klettlen Tim. Nut. d
REPUBLICAN COUNTf TICKET.
JOSEPH A." BCRANTON.
For Law Judy:
Hubert w. archbald.
PRANK H. CLEMONS.
For County Tteamrer:
THOMAS D. DA VIES.
For Clerk of the Court:
JOHN 1L THOMAS.
For Frothonote m:
CLARENCE E. PRVOK.
For District A Vornei:
JOHN IL JONES.
For SegUter of Wilts:
WILLIAM a HOPKINS.
For Jury Commimioner:
T. J. MATTHEWS.
Klection Time, Nov. 0.
REPUBLICAN LEGISLATIVE TICKET.
For Penator, Tirentielh DistHcIf
JAMES a VAUUHA.V, of Scrantog,
. Tor Representative!!
First district, JOHN It. PARR, of Scranton.
Second district, ALEX. T. CONN ELL, of
Third district, FRANK J. GROVER, of Moo-
Fonrtu district, CHARLES P. O'MALLEV, of
Election Time, Nov. 0.
"Our protectionists have been building
defenses to keep you and other nations from
competing with us in our home markets.
The tariff reformers are breaking down
these defense." William L. Wilson, author
of tbe Wilson tariff bill, to tbe London
chamber of commerce.
The One Remedy.
The light la breaking. Even In In
dependent circles the fact ia gaining
recognition that the true road to na.
tional prosperity does not necessarily
He through the valley of the shadow
of Industrial death. When, in 1887,
speaking in Boston, Mr. Elaine drew
that famous picture of his, depicting
the future of the country under the
then seemingly Improbable event of
complete Democratic supremacy, there
were many persons who scouted it as
the imagining of a mind diseased.
The picture, it will be remembered,
was as follows:
"I love my country and my country
men. 1 am an American and reloice every
day of my life that I am. I enjoy the gen
eral prosperity of my country, and know
that the workiugmen of this land are the
best clothed of any laborers on the face of
the earth. Many of them have homes of
their own. They are surrounded by all
the comforts and many of the luxuries of
lite. I shudder, however, at the tbuuftht
that tbe time must come when all this will
be changed, when the general prosperity
of the country will be destroyed, when
tbe great body of workingmon in this land,
who are now so prosperous, will hear their
wives and children cry for bread. That
day must come when the great fac
tories and manufactories of this
land will shut down, and there
will be tbe silence of the tomb.
And tbe reason why it must be co Is this:
Tbe great southern wing of the Democratic
party are determined to establish the doc
trine of tree trade in this land. They will
be assisted by their northern, allies. Tbe
fight is now on. There is a great body of
visionary, bnt educated men who are em
ployed da; by day in writing free trade
essays and arguments in tavor of that
doctrine, which find their way into every
Democratic newspaper in the land. The
great body of our people bnve nevereiperl.
enced, themselves, tbe sufferings which al
ways result when the protective principles
are laid aside. Poisoned and ezcitoa by
tbe wild statements of these writers
and the demagogue appeals of Demo
cratio speakers, the result will be
that, In the very near future, these
forces which are now working will be
strong enough to defeat at the polls the
party advocating the doctrine of protec
tion. It must inevitably follow that un
certainty and doubt will ensue. The bnsi
ness men of the country, fearing the de
struction, will decline to engage in busi
ness; consequently, mills will shut down
and tbe workingmen will be thrown out
of employment. The people will then see,
as we have never seen before, that they
cannot be prosperous and have work while
this principle is threatened. In the midst
of this suffering they will learn that the
only way that they can be prosperous and
happy is to .vote for the party that will
build up the industries by which they have
gained livelihood, because they nan see
clearly that when a manufactory is shut
down there is no demand for the thing
which they bave.to sell, and that it their
Yet how true has been the fulfilment
Even the Washington Post, once a bit
ter enemy of Mr. Blaine, admits its
force, and says: "None of the tariffre
formers of that day dreamed in his
philosophy of such crazy experiments
as are now discussed and advocated,
No prominent Democrat of that day
dreamed of such extreme and revolu
tionary expedients as, last winter,
found expression in the Wilson bill.
Even the measure, in its present shape,
toned down by the senate amendments
which have been denounced as treach
erous, would then have been regarded
with wonder and alarm. But Mr.
Blaine's prophetic vision lias been
realized, nevertheless. Demagogues
and visionaries have come to the front
with their reckless chatter and their
grotesque rhodomontade until the na
tion Is prey to fear. Capital is terri
fied, confidence chilled, and wise men
wait for the issue of this amazing par
oxysm. The picture drawn by Mr.
Blaine in 1887, and accepted then as a
mere burst of eloquence and a trick of
metaphor, is now before us, a stern and
chill reality. If he were alive today
lie could not draw It with a firmer
hand In truer lines or with more start
It remains for the individual voter
to help in the unraveling of this free
trade tangle, by voting the straight
In the matter of absenteeism, Ed
ward Merrilield will take the prize,
lecause he will be absent from the
Fifty-fourth congress all the time.
The woriungman, the business
man and the professional man have
no better friend than honest, open
hearted John R. Jones, candidate for
district attorney. Fitted for the olllce
in every way, there Is no reason why
John K. Jones should not receive a
majority that will give local free
traders additional evidence that this is
an off year for Democracy In any form.
Democratic candidates are en
titled to some credit, any way. It must
require considerable nerve for one to
even admit that he is a Democrat this
We appreciate thoroughly the anxi
ety of the Democratic party to change
the subject this full away from its rec
ord, but we fear that the public will
not accommodate it. The Democratic
party was entrusted with complete
control of the government, two years
ago, by a majority larger than that for
a long time previously enjoyed by an
American political party. It obtained
this extraordinary evidence of popular
favor by promising, before election, to
do great things for the country.
It promised the wool grower higher
prices for the lleeces from his flock
aud it gave him free wool.
It promised the wheat grower of the
Northwest a dollar per bushel for his
wheat and it gave him a market
price at which it is cheaper to grind
the wheat whole and feed it to horses,
cattle and hogs than to ship it to the
It promised the laboring man In
creased employment at higher wages
and it gave him a commercial panic in
which 8,000,000 able-bodied men had no
work and no wages.
It promised economical administra
tion of the national finances and it
gave such a control of affairs us sent
the secretary of the treasury scurrying
to Wall street to sell $50,000,000 of new
bonds, which Democracy has added to
the national debt.
It promised civil service reform
and it has loaded the departments at
Washington up with the sons of Dem
ocratic congressmen and blood relation
recipients of partisan favor.
It promised honest revision of the
pension rolls, to the end that fraudu
lent pensioners might be stricken off
and it gave such a supervision of this
department that the Grand Army of
the Republic, in national encampment
assembled, had to protest against ex
Confederate official insults, snubs,
slights and humiliations.
It promised relief from the extor
tions of giant corporate combinations
of ciipital aud it sold itself out, body,
soul and breeches, to the sugar trust
and the whisky trust, and came wltlv
in an ace of completing a deal with
the Nova Scotiau soft coal trust. ,
It promised a progressive and en
lightened administration of the affairs
of this nation, in the interest of the
masses against the classes, free from
sectionalism or race prejudice aud
strongly grounded in the immortal
principles of the American constitution
aud it gave such a jumble of sectional
hatred, inconsistency, inequality of
imposed burdens and utter lack of
breadth or depth that within a year
the country was in the throes of a
monetary stringency which has, up to
date, cost us more, In the aggregate,
than the entire cost of the civil war,
and which is not yet ended.
Yet, with all this Ignorance and
havoc in its wake, the Democratic
party in this vicinity has the sublime
audacity to request the public not to
listen to tariff talk, or to talk about
pensions, civil service reform or any
other national issues, but to consider
how many times Joseph A. Scranton
responded to schoolboy roll-calls, or
what this, that or the other local paper
two or three years ago said of lndMd-
ual Republicans. The wholo Demo
cratic campaign, apparently, rests
upon file-searching aud scrap-book
reminiscences. As to the present crisis
in business and the legislative needs
of the future, the party to all appear
ances knows nothing aud cares uoth-
ing. All that it knows is that it has
a furious appetite for public office, and
In order to gratify that, Is willing to
descend to any depths.
The Democratic party in Lackawan
na county Is getting to be, as the Yan
kee says, "mighty small potatoes,"
and at next month's harvest will be
found to be "few in a hill."
Many Republican readers of The
Tribune, perhaps, may not be person
ally acquainted with all of the candi
dates for the legislature, John R. Farr,
Alex T. Council, Frank J. Grover and
Charles P. O'Malley. The fact that
they have been chosen by the party of
protection and prosperity to represent
the people of this section in the body
of Pennsylvania lawmakers should be
introduction enough for any true Re
publican. Confidence in the ability of
Republican otiiclals Is gaining ground
dally In these times of tribulation and
disaster occasioned by Democratio In
competency. Realizing that the dfifeittof Olinlr.
man Wilson in a Democratio district
wouia De aceopteu by tbe country as
an overwhelming repudiation of the
administration, Damourats are literally
dumping money into .the district.
Forced assessment on office-holders nas
supplied $30,000,which has already been
distributed, and Secretary La Fallette,
of the Republican committee, claims
to have knowledge that $20,000 more Is
on its way. It will, however, take
more than money to bolster up the free
trade cause. It is doomed, whether
Wilson g" down in the wreckage with
the rest of the wreckers, or whether he
escape by the traditional Southern
means of bribery, intimidation aud
Tins is now the "Democratio Pnrty
Reform Organization," of New York-
composed of men deluded with the
hallucination tliat the Democracy of
New York is worth reforming lushes
David B. Hill:
We denounce the so-called Democratic
senator, attain a candidate for governor,
who is a Democrat only when Democracy
means himself: who. in the sonute of tbe
United States, has opposed the Democratio
prrsment, voted agniuBt tue paramount
nrincinle of the Democratic Dlatform. ex
cluded himself from the councils of tbe
Democratic party, aud demeaued the Dem
ocratic state of New York; whose political
career has boen built upon corruption;
who bos prostituted an ab!e Intellect to
evil ends; who planned and directed the
political crime reouitea in oy a major
ity of one bumlri-d thomiitid; who is the
arch-enemy of good government and real
Yet a crowd which thus bolts Hill
absolutely seems to relish Grover Cleve
land. Some people have inscrutable
Candidate Charles Huester
needs no commendation from the press
at this time. There seems no question
of his election. Voters are urged, how
ever, to make his majority So marked
that it will have its ellect with others
in burying the Democracy entirely out
Congressman Reilly, of the Potts-
ville district, writes to the Democratic
national committee at Washington
that he "will not have any more diffi
culty in being elected this fall than he
had in 1892," but the voters or that
live industrial section respectfully beg
leave to differ from him.
Too much care cannot be exercised
in the selection of a candidate for the
office of jury commissioner. The im
nortanco of this office in the interest
of law and order is scarcely realized.
T. J. Matthews is a man who will do
his dutv as jury commissioner. Re
member this at the polls.
Tammany's attempt to clothe vil
lainy with the mantle of respectability
by the nomination of Philanthropist
Nathan Straus for Mayor will not suc
ceed. There are some jokes that are
entirely too bold and ghastly.
Candidate James C. Vauohan is
eminently fitted for the office of state
senator. He will look after the welfare
of his constituents and can be trusted
to cast his vote properly for United
The glory connected with Demo
cratic leadership this year is very much
of the order of that which is attached
to the farmer who allows his land to
be over-run with Canada thistles.
Charles Miller, a wealthy citizen of
Frauklin, Pa., thinks the situation in the
Twenty-sixth district Is peculiar. Mr.
Sibley "does not even live in the district,
but the people seemed determined to have
him represent thorn in tbo house. They
have told him that he needn't turn bis
hand towards securing his re-election ; he
needn't even come into tbe di-trict during
the campaign. It certainly is a noique
condition and almost without parallel in
Amorican politics, lie was elected before
in a district that had over 5,000 Republi
can majority and beat bis Rttpnblican op
ponent over 8,000 votes. My belief is that
lie can duplicate that victory again and it
wonld be no surprise if be did better. Ho
is a man of tbe people, a Democrat in the
broadest and bust sense of tbo word : one
who believes that the rich should bear the
burdens of the government instead of the
poor, a patriot aud not a partisan, as
practical as he is philanthropic, aud as
free from tbe tuint of demagogy as any
man that breathes tbe air of heaven." This
view of Mr. bibley is unique. Republi
cans will take it with a grain of discount.
The Washington Post thinks the plat
fcrm of Massachusetts Republicans is too
good to be true. It says: "Tod dream
republic of Plato, the Happy Valley of
Husseins, fcnucho Punza's ideal govern
ment of Uarataria none of these is to bo
compared with with it for tbe smallest
fraction of a moment. The angels them
selves could collect upon that platform
end sing their very sweetest songs. It
reads like some rapturous Te Deum, like
some magnificent (ireeorian chant, like
some ecstatic cry of jubilutiou. It should
oi est to music and sung to an accompa
niment of harps by winged seruphiin
weaving halos and sitting on their chins on
rosy mists." The Post is Inclined to ba
A significant fact In Democracy's Gib
raltar district of tbe Ninth, is tbe an
nouncement of tbe Kntztown Journal,
heretofore a staunch Democratic sheet,
that it will support Dr. J. H. Trexler, the
Repnblicnn nominee. Dr. Trexler may not
be elected, but from tbe increasing signs of
popular favor which bis strong candidacy
is eliciting it is fair to judge that he will
let his opponent know be was in tbe fight.
Senator Hill, wheu asked about the re
port from Washington that be bad re
signed bis seat in the United States Benate,
and that his resignation was now in tbe
hands of Governor Flower, said: "It is
not true. I have not resigned from the
senate. If I bad any news of that kind to
give ont I should give it out here, and not
Senator Sherman, theeniortateman of
the Republican party aud tbe Nestor of the
senate, will address a Republican mass
meeting in the Dauphin conuty court
bouse, at HarrisbUry. one week from next
Thursday evening. There is no man more
capable than he to expound sound political
doctrine, and his reception ought to be
Because Tns Tribune predict that
Greinsr wonld defeat Dan L. Hart for the
legislature in the First Lucerne district the
Wilkes-Borre Leader gut-ses that Tnu
Tribune "doesn't know Greiner." We
may be a trifle shy in our acquaintance
with this gentleman, but we do know tbe
political temper of the people this year.
Senator Cameron, of Pennsylvania, says
the Washington Post, is evidently attend
ing to the grass upon his presidential lawn.
Illinois is flooded with documents on free
silver. Tney bear his bank and their ap
pearance is causing any atnonut of gossip,
There will be a Republican rally In tbe
Central Hotel ball, at Prlcebnrg, this (Fri
day) evening at 7.80 o'clock. There will
be several prominent speakers present. A
cordial invitation is extended to all.
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle,
Harper's Weekly is in a most pitiable
condition. It can see nothing bnt bad in
tbe-twv fake before tbe people and- its
groans and moans fairly burden tbe air.
After mature and tearful consideration.
however, it concludes that tbe Democratic
ticket is tbe worse evil and reluctantly
advises its readers to voto for Morton.
Nothing less than a bath of rose water
will refresh the discouraged Weekly. -
THE FINANCIAL SIDE.
When Mr. Arthur took the office of pre-
sldcnt bn found in tbe treasury a surplus
or 1170,000,000. When Mr. Cleveland was
inaugurated be found $159,000,000. When
Mr. Harrison was inaugurated he found
i 1 83,000,000 in the treasury. President
ilamson bad 150,000,000 more tnan presi
dent Cleveland to start with in 1803, but
but this wbb because Pro-ident Harrison,
instead of hoarding money in the treasury
and in pet banks, paid off the obligations
of the government and reduced the public
debt by more than $250,000,000. itr. Cleve
land, during bis first term, paid314.!,U00,U0u
of the public deb:, but be refused to con
tinue to pay it, keeping it in favored banks
until by resolntion of congress he was
forced to pay it out. He did not pay ns
much of the public debt during bis first
term by $0,000,000 as Harrison did. Had
he done so, he would not have left as much
in tbe treasury for Harrison's administra
tion by $30,000,000 as Mr. Harrison left for
Mr. Cleveland at the beginning of his
second term. So great a Democratic editor
as Mr. Henry Watterou of tbe Louisville
Courier Journal hns said that if Mr. Cleve
land's second term hud been bis first term
be wonld never have bad a second term."
Some one cried outs "How much debt
has been paid since the lust inauguration?"
"The debt bas been tbe other way," re
plied Klnjor McKinley. ''Instead of pay -iug
off auy of tbe national debt tbe pres
ent administration has been compelled to
borrow SM.COO.OOO to pay the ruuultig ex
penses of the government, and has been
forced by reason of the exigencies of tbe
treasury to encroach upon the.gold reserve,
which has never been encroached upon
since !-eimtor John hJherman established
It, but which lias been encroached upon
by from MO,!, 0,000 to (18,000,000 during
this administration. S3 there is $50,(100'
000 of Ixirrowed money and $48,C00,00O ta
ken out of the treasury, which Mr. Cleve
land in bis first inaugural speech, said it
would be a violation of the constitution to
Ladies fair, the end is near;
Soon will lie upon its bier.
Every lovely blossom here.
Posies e'en with whi -h tbe year
Tries to hido her swift decay,
Now from ns must pass away,
And in (loath be laid asido
Flowerets that in summer died.
Zinnias, flashing tire's bright hue;
Marigolds, whose buds pursue
Golden Sol from east to west;
Lillies, of nil blossoms best
For tbe dying season's shroud;
Daisies, to St. Michael vowed;
Dahlia, set in order prim,
Asters loaded to the brim
With tbe weight of tears unshed;
Hollyhocks, pink, white and red;
Dainty columns wreathed with bloom;
Violets of rare perfume;
Roses, pallid, aye and wan,
Yet so sweet; all have gonel
Ladies fair, the end is near;
Dying is the sylvan year.
St. James Gazette,
HILL & CONNELL
131 and 133 Washington
Ilave just received a carload
of the celebrated
"The best business Desk in the
world," which are offered at
greatly reduced prices. The re
duced prioes at which this cele
brated Desk is now offered makes
them the cheapest in the market.
Within the Reach of All
' AS LOW AS $19,
. A full line of Office Furniture,
Type Writing Desks and Chairs.
Just reeeived a nice uw line of SILK
SHADES in choice colon aud styles.
Our stoek of Banqnst, Piano and
Parlor Lamp Is complete.
Havlland China, Carlsbad and Amer
lean China, Dinner and Tea Bets in
many atvles; also a number of open
stock patterns from which 70a can
elect what piece voa want.
422 Lacka. Avenue.
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For many years this Tiano has stood in the front ranks. It has been admired so muoh for its
pure, rich tone, that it has become a standard for tone quality, until it is considered the highest com
pllment that can be paid nny Fiano to say "It resembles tho WEEER."
"We now have the full control of this Piano for this seotion as well as many other fine Pianos
Which we are selling at greatly reduood prices and on easy monthly payments. Don't bay until you set
or goods and get oiir prices ' ,
GOERHSEY BROTHERS' HEW STORE
Good News to You From Our
jJ1 In 3 L
AN open confession is good for the soul. Too much stock, it must be reduced,
cost us what it may. Consequently for the next 30 days we will offer car
pets on the basis of Wool at 16c per pound. Such low prices were never dreamt of
before. Read the list.
Bis1t0xminster Moluette3 latest designs and colorings now 98c former
Best five framed Body Brussells, including Biglow's, Lowell's and other well
known makes, 93c. formerly $1.25
Wilton Velvets, well known makes, 89c. formerly $1.25.
A good assortment of 8 wire Tapestry Brussells, new patterns 49c. for
Body Brussells Back, Tapestry Carpets, C5c formerly 89c.
Best all Wool Ingrain Carpets new patterns, 57c formerly 75c.
Best Union Y Wool Ingrains, 39c. formerly 50c.
Best quarter Wool Ingrain Carpet3, 29c. formerly 40c,
Rugs, Mats and other house furnishing requisities proportionally low.
GREAT CUT in the prices of Curtains and Curtain fixtures.
The latest in Brass Extension Rods 12 cents.
This great price breaking sale will positively last for 30 days only.
DO YOU VTKAIl SHOES?
If yon do and need a now pair, why not
examine the stock of
The Lackawanna Store tssociation.LIm,
Cor. Lacka. and Jefferson Aves.
W are solo asontg in this eity for tho J. S.
TURNER CO. Hi:h Oradu Shoes for men's
wear (these shoes took first premium at tho
World's Fair, Chicaito), and for EDWIN C.
BUHT & JO.'S Celobrated Shoos for ladies'
We also handle tbo following linos.
For LADIES, MISSES
C. P. Ford ft Co.
Thomas i. riant Co,
Strong ft Carroll.
Johnston & Murphy,
i. k xi. r iizoairiL-K,
oiacy Aaams & Lo.
II S. Albright ft Co.
If desired, will take moai.nre and order me-
cial pairs from any factory in tho country.
Our aim is to bs prompt, to give onr cus
tomers tbe best attention and lowest prices,
gunranteein satisfaction on all onr gooln.
We also carry a flno line of GROCERIES,
HARDWARE, DRY (iOODrt, CLOTHING,
GENTS' FURNISHINGS, etc.
A trial is what wo hhW of our citizens and
we will endeavor to pleaao.
A Full Assortment
Letter Copying Books
A 500-page' 10x12 Book, bourn?
tn cloth, Blieep back and corners,
guaranteed to give satisfaction,
Stationers and Engravers,
317 Lackawanna Ave.
Dr. Hill & Son
tt teeth, VM; best set, for (told rap;
nd teeth without plates, called crown and
brtdm work, call for prices and refereiiae..
TONALGIA, tor extracting toetk without
pain. Mo ether, No gas.
OVER TIBST SA.TIOKAI. BANR
Y, M. C, A
Our Special Table Sale Closed on Saturday.
Please notice the reduction in the price of
which commences September 31st and will continue until
our present stock is closed out:
Twnty-two Dollar Brdsare reduced to $18
Twnty eUrht Dollar Bads ore reduced to 2
Thirty two Dollar Beds are reduced to.......... 23
and a like cut throughout our
HULL & CO.
THE DICKSON MANUFACTURING CO.
ECRANTON AND WILK ES-B ARRE, PA. M ANTTFACT (J RER9 09
Locomotives and Stationary Engines, Boilers,
HOISTING AND PUMPING MACHINERY.
If you would have the
amount of heat from the
amount of fuel, you must
FOOTE k SHEAR CO.
Horse Radish Root,
Green Ginger Root,
Hot rJo ppera,
And everything used in
manufacture of Pickles.
and Get the
jaj sb. WfflAtM 9
ML ft . .
entire line of Folding Beds.
General Office. SCRANTON. PA.
Dr. ED. Grewer
The Pliiladulphia Sprcialit,and his associated
staff nf Fuirfish and German pbricia:ia,
are now permanently located at
Old Font Olllce ltuiidlntr, Corner Penn
avenue and Spruce street
The doctor is a graduate of the university of
Pennaylvania,f rmerly demonstrator of physi
ology and surgery at the Medico-C hirurgical
oollefc'j of I'hiludelphia. His gp.cinltiua are
Chronio. Nervous, Skin, Heart, Womb and
DISEASES OF THE KERVOUS SYSTEM
The symptoms of which dizziness, lack A
confidence sexual weakness in men and wo
man, ball rifdng In the throat, spots floating
before the eyes, 1 as of memory, uuable to con.
centrato the mind on one subject, oasilr
startled when suddenly Bpoken to, and dull,
distressed mind, which unfits them for per
forming tho sotual duties of life, making hap
piness impossible, diatrewtng the acti on of
the heart, onusintr flush of heat, depression of
spirits, evil forebodings, cowaruio, fear,
dreams, melancholy, tire easy of company,
foolinfj i-s tired in the morning as when retir
ing, lai-k of rnerpy, nervousness, trembling,
confusion of thouRUt dopresslon.constip tion,
weakness of tho limbs, ete. Tho9e so affected
should consn tns immediately and be restor
ed to perfect health.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
"Weakness of Young Men Cured.
If yon have been given np by your physician'
call upon the doctor and be examined. He
cures the worst casus of Nervous Debility.
Hcrofula, Old Sores, Catarrh. Piles, Female
Weakness, Affections of the Eye, Ear, Noaa,
and Throat, Asthma, Deafness, Tumors, Can
cers and Cripples of every description.
Consultations free and strictly sacred and
confidential Office hoars daily from a. m
to 9 p. m. Sunday 9 to
Enclose flva 2-cent stamps for symptom
blanks and my book called "New Life."
1 will pay on thousand dollars in gold to
nnvono whom I cannot cure of JSPILbPTIO
CONVULSIONS or FITS.
DR. E. GREWER,
Old Post Office Building, corner Pona av-
nue and bpruca street.
DOCTOR JOHN HAMLIN
Veterinary Surgeon and
Prompt attention to calls for trsatmsatgC
all domes tio aalmala.
Veterinary Mediants carefully compounds!
and for sale at reasonable prtoea.
Office at the Blums Oardaoa Works. 13f
tlX OOUK.T, SoraBton. wksrsTI dliWanosI
Graduate of the Ajntirlran Veterinary- Col
lee nd ths ""frirtriann Soaeol- sC-Compart