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THE SCIiANTOlf TEIBUNE SATURDAY MOItNINGr. OCTOBER QO, iS9T.
FUBUBHID BAUT IK SCRAHTOH, PA.. BTTHI TRIBOM
C. P. KINGSBURY, Phi, OtN'l Man.
C. H. RIPPLE, Sio'v and Tnu.
LIVY S. RICHARD, Editor.
W. W. DAVIS. BuPIIIINTCNDtNT.
W. W. YOUNGS, Aov. M.xa's.
Sew York Officii : thibuni buildino. Frabk a
INTIRBD AT THE POSTOTPIC AT SCRANTOB, PA, AS
SEUOMO-OLASa MAIL HATTER.
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1 KIltLNL as tho best advertising medium
In Northeastern Pennsylvania. " Printers'
SCRANTON, OCTOBER 20, 1SU4.
BoYornor D. H. HASTINGS
Ueut-OoTeruor WAITEK I.YON
Auditor General AMOS H. MYLiIN
Sec'y Internal Affair. JAM Ks W. LA'lTA
' ,. jUALUSilA A. (KOVV
Conirress JOS A. KCKANTON
Jndga H, W. ABCHIIAbli
Sheriff FKAKK R CLK.YIoNS
l'reannrer THOMAS D. DAVIESf
Dork of tlm Courts.. ..JOHN H. THOMAS
District Attorney JOHN It. JONKS
Hecorder of Detxls CHAS. Hl'ESTiCtt
l'rothonotary..... (' K PHYi'H
K"friHter of Wills WM. 8. Hi PKINS
Jury Conunk)nioiier....T. J. MATTHEWS
rwwattoih.Distrlct.... JAMES 0. VATJCIHAN
First District JOHN R. FARH
Bncond M.trict. ALEX. T. I'ONNELL
Third District K.J. UROVEK
Fourth DUtrict CHAS. P. O'MALLEY
THE SCR AN TON OF TODAY.
Come and Inspect our oily.
Klevation above the tide, 710 feet.
. Kstimated population, 1S94, 10.1,000.
Ketflstered voters, 2U.KI9.
Value of school property, $7.rA00rt.
Number of school c hildren, 12,WM.
Average amount of bank deposits, $10,-
It's the metropolis of northeastern Penn
sylvania. Can produco elcjciric power cheaper than
No better point. In tho United States at
Which to establish new Industries.
See how we (frow:
Population In JSi;o
Population in ls7n
Population In 1M0
Population In 1S!W
Population In s!d (estimated)..
And the end Is not j et.
Pennsylvania's next governor. Gen
eral Daniel II. Hastings, accompanied
by Charles Kmory Smith and the state
candidates, will speak In this city next
Monday evening. Come out and hear
A Fearful Responsibility.
In the present canvass It la enough
to know that Mr. Scianton, the Kepub-
liean candidate for congress, Js a I?e
publican and a, protectionist. These
two facts entitle him to tha support of
Ihe people of the Eleventh district, ut
terly regardless of anything else. It
would be Idle to deny that there have
been, and doubtless are today, personal
Influences hostile to Mr. Hcranton. I tut
he -was fairly nominated ns the candl
date of his party; he therefore repre
seats, in this campaign, the principles
of that party; and it is a truth which
needs no demonstration that princl'
pies are superior to personal bicker
lugs and factional grief.
The control of the next national
house of representatives is most inv
portant. The speaker who organizes
It. Into committees, more than anyother
Bingle individual In any department
of this government, will exercise a con
trolling Influence upon the legislation
of the next two years, in which critical
period the political destiny of the coun
try will in all probability be decided
for at least n generation to come. The
president, after all, is pretty much a
figure head. Only as he retains the
confidence of the people is he possessed
of real and wide-reaching power. The
vice president is wholly a llgure head,
ordinarily without voice or vote. P,ut
the speaker of the house of represen
tatives, more than vice president, yes,
more than the president himself, Is
in real truth the vital governing force
In our republic. The finger which he
ploees upon the pulse of national leg
islation is powerful for good or ill. Tho
rein which he holds over the member
ship of the American house of dele
gates is without equal in the parlla
inents of the world.
Tho Fifty-fourth congress must be
organized by .Republicans. It must
have a Republican majority. It must
have a Republican speaker. While the
prospect is fair for such a consumma
tlon, the battle Is getting decidedly close,
The Democrats figure on twenty plu
rallty and the Republicans on only
twenty-five. Thus if these estimates
be merged which is probably a fair
basis of calculation the Republicans
will have not more than five plurality
in the house, a dangerously narrow
margin in a chamber which has so
many Populists, Socialists and political
tramps. The loss of one Republican
candidate for congress in a district
now counted as safe may disarrange
the whole forecast of tho Republican
congressional campaign committee
Hnd throw the next house entirely over
Into the hands of the Democrats, who.
having president and senate already
would then proceed without interrup
tlon to "rip, tear up and scatter tho
fragments of protection to the four
winds of heaven,"
The Republican and the genuine pro
tectionlst who shnll neglect to vote
for Joseph A. Hcranton will assume a
Prothonotary Tryor, during his ten
lire of office, has made a host of friends,
not only among Republicans, but among
Democrats as well. Will these friends
see him defeated? Well, we should
guess not 1
Representative Burke ought to know
better than to imagine that he can fool
his constituents an to his attitude on
the'Farr free text book bill, by means of
typographical errors in the Legislative
Record. Doesn't lieknowtheoillclal jour
nul of the house of representatives con'
tains hla name on the "nay" side on
the final division; and doesn't he know
that the official journal "goes?"
For what does M. Burke take his
Fourth district constituents, anyhow?
Candidate Flnjforly, upon the occa
sion of his forthcoming visit to Scran
ton, will no doubt straighten out that
other political "fraud," Protectionist
Lemuel A merman. Candidate Pineerlj
will have his hands full if he intends
to discipline all. tho protectionist
this valley who were once Democrats,
and who mistakenly think that they are
The continued silence of Judge John
Hundley in the Merrllleld campaign Is
rapidly becoming masterly.
One Lie That Stinks.
In a majority of directions, this canv
ilgn lias thus far been clean and man-
There has been llltle personal
abuse and only a moderate amount of
lying. The issues of the canvass have
been discussed, for the most part, in a
manner creditable to civilized beings
living within the intellectual light of
the last decade of the nineteenth cell
ury; and in those few exceptional cases
where this admli ablerule has been vio
lated, the aggressors have uniformly
been beneath notice and underneath
We predicted, several days ago, that
it would be difficult to keep the Dem
ocratic bosses of Lackawanna county
up to this high plane; and recent le-
olopcmcnls have fully justified our
orecast. They have already begun
heir slandering of Republican candi
dates and substituted libel for argu
ment. A conspicuous Instance of this
s shown in the zeal with which they
continue to circulate the weather-beat-
n, moss-covered and utterly putrid lie
that Frank If. demons, Republican
andidate for sheriff, had once said "a
dollar a day was enough for any work-
ng man." Mr. demons lias publicly
and explicitly denied this lie; denied It
n parts and denied H in totn. He has
denied that he ever used that expres
sion or that ho ever used any language
at liny time In any place which could,
y the remotest stretching, be inter-
reted to imply any such Idea. But tho
lie-mongers heed him not. They go
Ight on circulating the libel, and will
doubtless add picturesque and livid
trimmings as the -scandal Is passed
If the persons to whom this ridiculous
lie is being told for campaign effect
would pause a moment, they would
soon realize "the lie's utter Improbabil
ity. What sane man, in politics, even
if lie thought that one dollar a, day Is
all a working man should have, would
be so wholly beside himself ns to say so
publicly? None but a zany would ex
pect, after such a break, to get elected
to anything. But Frank If. demons
never once thought such a monstrous
idea. He belongs to the party of pros
perity and high wages. He has no use
for the party under whoso bungling
control of government many working
men, right here in Lackawanna county,
although ready and anxious to work
have been deprived even of one dollar a
day, and have had, In some instances.
to go shelterless' and "Without food.
There are some lies that recoil upon
the unscrupulous liars. This dollar-a-day
He is one of them. Mark that.
Failhful and efficient are the adjec
tives which exactly describe John H.
Thomas' conduct while clerk of the
courts. The people do not wish to lose
the services of such an excellent ser
vant. The Republican who, ns a candidate
for office, has been fairly defeated In
his party's convention and who then
goes out among fellow Republicans to
ask them to knife the ticket, need not
expect a great deal of help. Such a
course is neither manly nor effective.
The sorehead animus of it. ls altogether
There can be no question of the
strength which John R. Jones would
bring to the district attorneyship.
Neither Is there any question of his
having the opportunity to bring that
strengtft to it. Merit Is bound to win
Such a Clumsy Trick!
The effort of the Democratic cam
pnign managers to make it appear that
the Republican party is connected In
any relation whatever with tiny of the
prescriptive secret organizations which
today are endeavoring to raise political
issues along the lines of race and creed
will fall, as it deserves to fail; first, be
cause it Is false from beginning to end;
and secondly, because it is a species ot
playing with fire that the intelligent
citizenship of this country of all po
lltlcal as well as religious faiths, will
The history of tho Republican party
from its cradle days to the period of its
vigorous maturity, is a history of
strong, earnest and incessant battle
against bigotry, prejudice and oppres
sion. The hand that freed the slave
and that has sought, by means of pro
tectlve duties, to elevnto the standard
of the working classes, would be en
gaged In mighty mean business were it
to take part in tho stealthy warfare of
creed against creed ami of brothel
against brother which masks itself be
neath high sounding titles and achieves
Its purpose under the seal ot secrecy
and under the cover of night. We do
not believe that the Republican party
would know what to do In such narrow
quarters, and in such a stifling atmo
It Is perhaps a compliment to the Re
publican cause this year that the Dom
ocrats are using the sneak-thief style
of warfare because there are absolute'
ly no other tactics left for them t
adopt. If they had a sign of a show
upon the plane of dignified, discussion
and could present for the consideration
of the Individual voter one clearly de-
fined principle over which their own
party leaders have not spilled each oth
er's blood, In factional wrangles and
party dissension, it is possible, although
not cheerfully probable, that they
would get out of the "mud and slime"
or wnicivwnaior uorman spone, ana
step up to. solid ground. But they
haven't. Their whole underpinning has
been knocked down. What Cleveland
and Wilson didn't upset Hill and Qor
man did; and so, instead of argument
we are treated to falsehood, sophistry
and art! flee.
And such clumsy tricks they are, too.
The recent conviction in this city of
a professional bicycle thief Is an event
for which the wheelmen of Hcranton I
should be particularly grateful. The
labor involved in the prosecution of this
. . . , .. , ,
man, not to speak of the expense lnoi-
dent to his nnorehenslon and return for
, l..l .11 l,n 11 r,v,,ii,l,l If l,nv ahnll
ttiitl, will be well expended ir the snail
be the means of breaking up the con-
tompltble thievery in this vicinity of
which the offense in question
Out of the big pouch which was re
cently filled up by the grateful AVhiskey
and Sugar trust, the Democratic Con
gressional Campaign committee have,
it is said, pulled a liberal fistful of cash
for use In an effort to re-elect AVilliam
IT. Hines; but a more hopeless ambition
never was cherished.
What does tho honorable Lemuel
Ainermnit mean when he tells the vot
ers of this county that "there Is virtu
ally no difference between Republican
and Democrats on the tariff question;
nil want a iarlff?" Has he read the
It Is exceedingly unlikely that the In-
elllgent electors of Lackawanna
ounty will punish Judge Arch bald for
icing honest, capable, fearless and yet
modest. Nor will they object to the
'act that he does not continually push forms a pernment base for repaint
ilniself iorward. . ; ir . , i '
Til li1 I'll' 111 HV PnilTH'U
lilL tiUA) m i QUI US.
Congressman Sipe expects his majority
n Greene comity to offset Aeheson's in
v tln"e'7!;';n'!H'1nfratw.'ai!hlllf,'ton fT"
y wil lie a staiul-off. hatever majority
ic can get in Fayette, therefore, will be
hlamujorlly In thr district. To show how
wide apart the estimates are, the Acheson
managers are counting on 2.0U0 to 2,iiuU
majority for lilm in Washington, and more
than that much In Allegheny, while they
laim a larger majority for Acheson in
Fayette than they concede to Slpe. The
fact of the mutter is that Hlpe Is hope-
lesly distanced, with all his lavish iiissess-
meuts of Pittsburg federal oillce-holders.
The indications are that Senator Quay
will ('online his political efforts tills fall
mainly to Pennsylvania, and Incidentally
in the last week of tho campaign will
make his Influence felt against Professor
Wilson,. over In West Virginia. The Re
publicans are preparing to make Mr. Wil
son weary. When the proper time arrives,
which will be a fi'v days before the elect
ion, the profeKsor will , It ls said, wonder
what struck him. In fact, the professor's
chances for staying at home are growing
brighter each day.
The fireworks, oratorical and otherwise,
of this political campaign are being fired
by the Republicans exclusively, so far us
Allegheny county is concerned. The Dem
ocrats are doing nothing in that line ex
cept to prepare for the visit of Candidate
Bingerly. The Democrats, In fact, are as
stolid and Indifferent ns If petrified. Rut,
then. It s pretty much the same way
It is said t lint ono of the objects of
Democratic National Chairman Faulk
ner's recent visit to New York, where he
ostensibly went to help Hill out of a hole,
was to replenish the congressional com
mittee's campaign treasury. Ho was em
inently successful. It Is stated that the
New York Importers who were benefited
by tho Wilson bill contributed $l.rrt,uti0 and
that the sugur trust duplicated It.
Tliis lit linw the oullook nppenrs lo
Colonel (ioort'fl V. ItntT, Mr. (irow's uml
iublo rmintnK muto: "The people nro
nroused nx 1 never saw tlicm before in my
life, and I'eiinsylviinhL will Klve General
Hustings tho largest majority ever Kiven
nnyone. i.nlcHH l am Rreiuiy deceived
I ho vole throughout the entire country
Vi lli Klve -1 ho lemoeruts a terrible
thrashing next month."
Tlift fllvfili'int 1f,wm-,l ilnnlfiw.a vr,r- nn
thiiHiimtkiiiy timt (.muuUh i o'jiiiiiey in
boIhk Co v,in in the Fourth distriet. "Mr.
man. ami will till tho nost of renreUta-
tive iii liarriHburt? with honor. He shoui-i
myo a xolid vote from the town or h
And it looks now as if lie would
Charles Kmory Hnilth, who will snenk in
Rcranton Monday nlKht, predicts that
Cenernl Hastings will have 2011,00 plur
A Stiiitllns Picture.
From the New York Press.
For yeurs (he government of New York
hns been a reproach and a byword In all
the centers of civilization. For years the
criminal classes, organized under the
black llnff of Tammany, have ruled tho
clly and Hcolled ut tho endeavors of hon
est citizens to overthrow their sway. Cor
ruption, litthliishiufr and arrogant, has
ri.'ned. Ice, secure under police pro
tection, hc.s Haunted itself in the eyes of
decency nnd virtue. Blackmailers, their
hcadiiuartf i; !u i i inmnny Hull, tho lowest
rnmitlcalions or their infamous system In
1 lie foulest Cives, hove takel toil alike
from the honest merchant and the brazen
Down In the nlsrht I hear them:
I he voices, unknown, nnifuessed.
That whisper, and lisp, nnd murmur,
And will not let ine rest.
Voices that seein to qiteatlon,
n unknown words, or me.
of fabulous ventures, and hopes and
Of this und the world to be.
Voices of mirth and music,
As in sumptuous homes; and sounds
Of mournliiK, as of gatherliiK friend
In country burial Kiounjls.
Cadence of maiden voices,
Their lovers blent with these:
And of little children HlnKlns,
As under orchard trees.
And often, tip from the chaos
Of my deepest dreams. 1 hear
Sounds of their phantom laughter,
FlilliiK me atmosphere.
They call lo me from the darkness,
They cry lo mo from the Kloom,
Till start sometimes from my pillow
And peer through the haunted room.
When the face of (ho moon at the window
Wears a pallor like my own:
Ami seems to be listening with me
To the low, mysterious tone,
The low, mysterious elnmor
Of voices, that seem to bo
Striving In vain to whisper
Of secret things to lne;
Of somcthliiff dread to be warned of j
of a rapture yet withhold;
Or hints of the marvelous beauty
Kut ever and ever the meaning
Falters and falls and dies,
And only the silence quavers
With the Borrow of my slgha.
And I answer: O voices, ye may not
Make me to understand,
Till my own voice, mingling with yon,
Lamclia In the Bhaduwlaud.
Jumes Whltcomb Itlleyt
Raps at Tammany,
Tammany cannot last much longer,
end is near. Baltimore American.
As the Tammanv titter dwindles Into a
very ordinary eat. everybody takes the
usual liberty of throwing a brick at it.
The mention of Dr. Farkhurst name
week Thls ls the 01lly testimony that
was needed to establish nis reputation as
good man. Chicago Tribune,
The Political Boomerang,
From the Buffalo Express.
The boomerantr is still In active t61lt
leal sen-lee. Secretary Carlisle's spectac
ular arrest of Air. Morton s coachman
hns served onlv to rail attention to the
fact that he himself keeps a coachman, a
loot man and a butler, ail or whom are ear
rled fin tha rnlla nf thp tresRIirC tlpnlLrt.
ment us public ofllclals and paid out of
lne Limed states treasuiy.
,.. ., .,,-..,... v
From the Tunkhonnock New A J.
, The Hcranton Tribune on Suturday made
Its ilrs t appearance in its new dress com-
poseil by the nerffenthaler machines. It
Is much Improved typographically and
ml 1,1,1 01 news Him oilier leiiuin
nmUpr AR u nQW 8t(in()(, thpre ls no
oilier paper In northeastern Pennsylvania
10 compare wun it.
I Nuts for the Republicans.
From the Buffalo Express.
Wilson savs his London speech hns been
garbled by the Republicans, and that he
intends to circulate true copies ot u
among his West Virginia constituents.
The Republicans will cheerfully supply
hlin with the necesary postage stamps.
PAINT cracks It
often costs more to prepare a
house for repainting; that has been
painted in the first place with cheap
ready-mixed paints, than it would
to have painted it twice with strict
ly pure white lead, ground in pure
iiijj miu uuvcr lias iu uc uuiiicu or
C" t .1 fl r CT . .a nnm,t C ...... 1
oi-mju uu uu ai.i.uuiiL u oi.aiiiiS
orcracking. It isalways smooth
aIla Clean. 10 De SUre OI getting
StHCtlV Dure white lead. DUfchase
a"y of the following brands:
" FaaneBtock," " Armstrong ic McKelvy."
For Colors. National 'Lead Co.'s Pure
While Lead Tinting Colon, u one-pound can
to a 35-pound krg of Lead and mix your own
paints. Saves tune and annoyance in matching
eludes, and insures the best paint that it is pos
sible to put on wood.
Send us a postal card anil get our book on
paints und color-card, free; it will probably tav
ou a good many dollars.
NATIONAL LEAD CO., New York.
HILL ii GOIINELL
13! O 133 WASHINGTON AVE.,
Have just received a cat 'load of
"The best business
wonu, which are onercu ai ureauy
reduced prices. The reduced prices at
Which this Celebrated desk is nOW of-
lercd make tlieui the cheapest in ttie
markeL tllin the KCiU'll Of all.
AS LOW AS $19.
A full line of olliee Furniture, Type
Writing Desks and Chairs.
We are now showing the larg
est line of Dinner Sets ever dis
played in this city. A splendid
HAVILANQ & CO.,
CHAS. FIELD HAVSLAND,
R. DELENINERES & CO,
CARLSBAD AND AMERICAN
CHINA, PORCELAIN AND
WHITE GRANITE WARE.
If you want a Dinner Set examine
our stock before buying.
Coursen, demons & Co.
l'or manv vears this Piano has
i t ftr r nil t in
i lit is lit
desk in the
that It has become a standard for tone quality, until it is considered the highest
fc say "IT RESEMBLES THE WEBER." .
We now have the full control of
ing at greatly reduced prices and on easy
GUERNSEY BROTHERS' HEW STORE
THE PHYSICAL COMFORT
Of having warm, reliable ml covering upon frosty nights.
THE MENTAL COMFORT
Of knowing that yon have secured the best value for your
money. If you hav e not yet experienced this double feeling
you should try it at once.
If you do and need a new pair, why
not examine the Htoek of
The Lackawanna Store Association, Lim.
Corner Lacka. and Jefferson Aves.
We are Hole agents In this city for tho
J.S.TURNI2K & CO. HiKh lirnde Shoes for
men's wear (these shoes took iirst pre
mium at the World's Fair, Chieiiiro), and
for EDWIN C. Bl'KT & CO.'S Celebrat
ed Shoes for ladies' wonr.
We also handle the following lines:
FOB MEN. ForLADIES.MlHSE8
PtronK Carroll, C. P. Ford & Co..
J. & H. Fitzpatriclc, Th imaH . PUnt Co.,
Stacy, Adiima & Co., II. S. Albright & Co.
If desired, will take measure and order
special pairs from any factory In the
Our aim ls to bo prompt, to Rive our
customers the best attention nnd lowest
prices, Kiiaranteeing satisfaction on all
Wo also carry a fine line of QIWCRK
IF.8. HAKDWAIiK, I'ltY COOHH.
CLOTHING, CENTS' FURNISUlNUd,
A trial Is w lint wo ask of our cilizens nnd we
will endekVor to pleas...
A FULL ASSORTMENT.
LETTER COPYING BOOKS
A 500-paRe 10.M2 Hook, bound in
cloth, sheep baek and corners, guaran
teed to give satisfaction,
ONLY SO CEHTS.
Stationers and Engravers,
317 LACKAWANNA AVE.
H. HILL S
Set tooth, $3.n0; best set, JS: for gold caps
nnd teeth without nlatcs, called crown and
brldpro work, call for prices and refer
ences. TON ALL! I A. for extracting tectl;
without pain. No ether. No gas.
OVKK FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
stood in the front ranks. It has been
this Piano lor this section as wen as
monthly payments. Don't buy until
Y. M. C. A. BUILDING.
Do You Wear Siices
THERE'S DOUBLE COMFORT IN OUR
White and Cray Blankets at 4!) cents a pair.
White and Cray Blankets at 7.1 cents a pair.
White and Cray Blankets at $1.00 a pair.
White and Cray Blankets at $1.23 n pair.
White and Cray Blankets at $1.50 a pair.
White and Cray 4-lb. wool Blankets at $l.t)S a pa!;'.
White and Cray 5-lb. wool Blankets at $2.7.3 a pair.
White and Gray 5-lb. all wool Blankets at 8.1.41) a pair. '
White all wool 11-1 Blankets, best,raetory made. $1.09 a pair.
Cenuinc California Blankets, in size, formerly $10.00, now
$.7.'i a pair.
Is half of success in ev
erything as well as in buy
ing. Farming seems sim
ple enough, but let a city
man try to manage a farm
and the odds are big that
he'll ruin himself.
That's the way it is with
buying, fake a parlor suit:
there's the covering, the
"stuffing," the frames and a
dozen other things to think
A man can't know even'-
thing and that's one rea
son why retail mercnants
are so essential. They help
you in your buying- that
is if they are the right kind.
It's their business to
know such things and to
give their patrons the bene
fit of their knowledge. You
do your "knowing" by
proxy the retailer acting
as your attorney. That's
why it is so important
Where You Buy.
' HULL & CO.,
205 WYOMING AUEfID".
If you would have the
Amount of heat from the t
Amount of fuel, you must
Foote & Shear Co.
and Get the
admired so much for, its pure, rich tone,
compliment that can be iald any Piano
many oilier miu rianos uuien c aie tun
you see our goods and get our prices.
224 WYOniNQ AYENUE,
crn a MTfM
BY DR. SHIMBURG
Th Specialist on tho Eye. H-ad.tche and Nervous
ness relieved. Latest and liupr ved Stylo of Eya
Kltuiics aud Hpe-'tachs at tho Lowest Prices. BtaS
Artificial Eyts Inserted for J5.
305 Spruoo Street, Opp. Old Postoffice.
DR. E. GREWER,
The Philadelphia Specialist, und his asso
ciated slalT ot KiikIIsIi and Uerman
physicians, are now permanently
Old Postoffice Building, Corner renn
Avenue and Spruce Street.
The doctor Is a irraduae of tho I'nlvnr-
slty of Pennsylvania, formerly demon
strator of physiology nnd surgery at the
,ledlco-Chlru!'Klcal colltue of Philadel
phia, I lis sM'clultles are Chronic, Ner
vous, Hkin, Heart, Womb and lllood dis
eases. DISEASES OF THE HERYOUS SYSTEU
The symptoms of which are dizziness.ln -k
of confidence, sexual weakness In men
and women, ball rlsliu; in throat, spot
tloatltiB before the eyes, loss of memory,
unable to concentrate the mind on one
subject, easily startled when suddenly
spoken to, ami dull distressed mind, which
unfits them for performing the actual du
ties of life, making happiness Impossible,
distressing: tht'actlon of the heart, caus
Iiir Hush of heat, depression of spirits, evil
forebodings, cowardice, fear, dreams.mel
ancholy, tire easy of company, fcelintr as
tired 111 the mornlnfr us when retiring,
lack of enerpry, nervousness, trembling,
confusion of thought, depression, constipa
tion, weakness of tho limbs, etc. Those so
'ffected should consult us Immediately
ii ne rcsiorcu io perfect nenmi.
ost Manhood Restored.
Weukticss of Young Men Cured.
If you have been given up by your phy
cian call upon the doctor and bo exiun
cd. He cures the worst cases of Ner
eis liebillty, Bciofulu, Old Sores, I'a
!rh, Piles, Female Weakness, Affec
ens of the Rye, Knr, Nose nnd Throat,
slhma, iJeafncss, Tumors, Cancers and
'ripples of every description.
Consultations free ard strictly sacred
nd contliicnlnl. Olliee hours dally from
a.m. to ! p.m. Sunday, 9 to 2.
Unclose live ll-rent stumps for svmtponi
1 inks and my book called "New Life."
1 will pay one thousand dollars in poM
o anyone whom I cannot cure of KI'l-
'.F.PTIC CONVULSIONS or FITS.
1U. K. UUKWKn,
Old Post Ofllco UulldliiK, corner I'enn
ivcnuo and Hpruce street.
Ho re a Radish Root,
Grcon Ginger Root,
And everything used in the
manufacture of Pickles.
DOCTOR JOHN HAMLIN
VETERINARY SURGEON AND
Trompt attention to calli for treatment
of all domestic animals.
Veterinary Medicines carefully com
pounded and for male ut reasonable rates.
Olliee at the Plume Carriage Works. 121
D1X I'OVHT. Hcranton, where I Ulreot
Oraduate of the American Veterinary
Collcue and tho Columbian School of
IF YOUR OLD HOOKS NEED FIX
1NU, BEND THEM TO
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