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SCRANTON, NOVEMBER 10, 1894.
THE SCKAXTON OF TODAY.
Come and Inspect our city.
Elevation above the tide, 710 feet.
Kstluiatod population. 1S94, 103,000. .
Kf mIhcik(1 voters, in,.'..
Value of school propertv, $7o0,(jfl.
Number of school children, li,M.
Average amount of bank deposits, J10,-
It's the metropolis of northeastern Penn
sylvania. Oan produce electric power cheaper than
No better point In the United States ut
which to establish new Industries.
See how we trow:
Population In 1HC0 9,223
Population In 1670
Population In 18S0
Population In HSO ".SljJ
Population In lm (estimated) 10:i.'"0
Aiid the end is but yet.
Thft Democracy of Lackawanna coun
ty haw evidently adopted as Us motto:
"Xo Irish Ned Apply." And yet it
was this same, party which had the
ftWrontery to predict that Kepublloun
Irish-Americans like Vuughun 'and
O'Malley were "t up only to be
knocked down," wherean they lead their
party ticket. Voters of Irish extrac
tion will not Turcot this circumstance.
Look to Common Council.
' At the forthcoming February munici
pal election, common couueiimen are to
be elected from the odd ward. The
Interval could bo profitably devoted to
a minute scrutiny of the records of
Tnembers who will doubtless aspire to
re-election. It is important, of course,
that the right kind of men are, from
time to time, sent to Wush.iiiu.ton, to
make notional laws which only at rare
Intervals come homo to the Individual
citizen. It is also Important that the
legislative assemblies uX Harrlsbuif
tdiull be made up of capable and experi
enced men; for tho lawn that they
make at Harrisbure; sometimes are felt
in Scranton. But did it ever occur to
you that while they are passing one act
at Washington and ten acts at Harris
burs which directly concern tho aver-
ago Scrantonlan, tho two branches of
council at Washington nvonue and
Mulberry siroet are called upon to con
sider from 100 to 500 propositions every
one of which Is of immediate and taim
ible local Importance?
In (some respect it must be confessed
that we are a truly ridiculous people.
Here we howl, regularly each two
years, over the election of a man to go
to congress, where, ainjjly, lie could not
help or hurt tia If ho tried, and pay
almost no heed whatever to the quality
of the Individual whom we Kruclously
permit to represent u in councilinanlc
deliberations that carry with them the
very life or death of local improvement
and good local government, and which
are often decided by a single vote!
There are, of course, exceptions to' this
rule, just as there are local councllmen
who ore just as well fitted to legislate
Tor seventy millions of persons as any
man who now attaches "M. C." to his
name; hut the most casual observer of
the average city council's work will be
compelled to admit that these excep
lions are few.
In this city, for Instance, upon what
Krounu, oiner man ignorance, careless
ness or downright venality, are we to
account for the vast number of valu
able municipal franchises that have
been bestowed, from time to time, abso
lutely without a cent's worth of vis
ible profit in return ? Who Is there that
doe9 not know to a certainty that while
there are undoubtedly homst men in
both branches of council, there have
been and presumably ore now men In
those branches who can be improper
ly "influenced'."' These questions are
thrown out, not as veiled charges,
but simply as incentives to thought
The man who is derelict In o position of
Xmbllo trust In derelict primarily be
cause the public Itself pets him theVx
ample. He Is a minor offender com
pared with It; and nhouid bo judged
with corresponding leniency.
We wish, if possible, o arouse the
public from this slothful habit of neg.
leetlng its duties toward self-govern
ment; and as a first step along this line
suggest that. It would pay Scrantonlans
to get ready, when the time comes, to
look to common council.
.Tudira Slttaer'n ileftmt f.-.r
comes as a gentle reminder that his
tory sometimes repeats Itself.
If "Iiloody ltrldlfs" Waltc, of Col
orado, doen't like this country, -the op
portunity is open to him to get prompt
ly out. He never would be missed.
That the. purposes which inspire the
ordinary Democrat are not always as
lofty as they might be is shown in tho
fact that Judge Clayton's re-election in
Delaware county was accomplished not
by Republican support but by Demo
cratic Indifference. The Democratic
Voters of Delaware had It In their power
to defeat this unfit man and olovato tt
dean Democrat to his place. They neg
lected the opportunity, und Clayton
thereby pulled through. There are some
persons upon whom it seems the les
sons of the passing years are utterly
and hopelessly lost. One of these per
sons, by tho way. Is tho dyed-ln-thc-wool
Democrat who Inhabits a strongly
Wo tiro yet Inclined to believe that
the ablest assistants which Republi
canism had In the lute unpleasantness
were none other than the Democrats
Luzerne county Republicans are cer
tainly deserving of congratulation upon
their splendid victory, all the more so
because Its dimensions are u surprise
even to the most sungiiliie prophets.
The loyal supirt accorded to the whole
Republican ticket in the mother county
by those who, after a spirited canvass,
were fairly outvoted in party conven
tion stands out in conspicuous contrast
with the contrary policy pursued by
certain self-styled Republicans hi our
own county. Hon. Morgan .!. Williams
has not only not committed hurl karl;
but he has, by his unswerving loyalty,
laid the party under new obligations to
1 1 1 in and we dare say will, at no distant
day, reeclve adequate proof of the
If a little bogus rooster-printing helps
to break the force of th Scranton
Times' long fall, he would be a mean
man who should begrudge it that con
The Official Count.
Although the court hus not yf-t com
pleted the official footings on its tubu
lar announcement of lust Tuesday's
result in Lackawanna county: uiul
while it hus yet to pass upon the point
raised with reference to the Third dis
trict of the Kleveiitn ward of Scranton,
In which the total vote returned for the
ottlce of county treasurer by the elec
tion officials exceeds by twenty-three
the total number of votes cast In the
district, it is definitely known that
upon the face of the returns, Trunk H.
Clenioiis has been elected sheriff by 43
plurality; and Charles II. Schadt, treas
urer by 111 plurality.
At the reiust of the atti irneys for Mr.
Cletnons and Mr. Da vies, the vote of the
Fifth district of the Second ward hus
been passed until this' morning, when
It Is said Important atlidavlts will be
presented. The bearing which these
will have upon the ilnal result is not yet
known. It is said by Mr. Kalley's at
torneys that they will contest Mr. dem
on's election; but under the law he will,
In any event, assume tho duties of the
cilice, and the probabilities arc thut he
will not afterward be interfered with.
The apparent defeat of Mr. Da-vles Is
a cause for genuine regret. Admittedly
clean, able und upright, he would have
brought to the treasurcrship qualities
of the highest order, und an honesty of
character and purpose which could not
be questioned. Concerning Mr. Schadt,
The Tribune has words only of compli
ment. Personally unable, honorable
and progressive, he has made an ag
gresslvc tight and will, if seated, no
doubt fully meet the high expectations
of his friends. The fortunes of political
warfare nre uncertain; but no Republi
can will be mean euoui.li to 'curry his
disappointment over Mr. Davles' de
feat Into a feeling of churlishness
toward tho victor.
Then, again, It is just possible that
Oover is deluding Little Billy with one
of llilly's own favorite post ofiice
bluffs. Cleveland and BIssjII certaluly
owe Hlnes nothing,
It will he generally regretted if the
official count In Northampton county
shall show that Judge Reeder is de
feated. Tho clean and straightforward
campulgn that he waged in striking
contrast with the low-down methods
of the utterly discredited Mutchler ring
and his own admirable personality
deserved u better result. His defeat by
so small a margin in a county ordlnnr-
lly so heavily Democratic is really a
victory; but it lacks essence without
Judge Reeder again placed on . the
Now that the "sockless Simpson" pe
riod in Kansas' political evolution has
been outgrown in safety, the country is
ready for a new frealj.
The Common Sense of It.
The mistake which the Democratic
leaders made In 1SS:! was In supposing
that because they had been entrusted
with power by an unexpectedly large
majority, the best people in the country
had suddenly been converted to their
way of thinking, and would thence
forward indorse whatever the leaders
might choose to label with a Demo
cratlc brand. They failed to recognize the
growing strength of the Independent
vote, which recognizes In political par
ties only n means to an end, ami not the
chief end itself.
o are hopeful that the enlightened
leadership of the Republican party will
not now, under similar circumstances,
repeat Democracy's mistake. There
was a time, soon after the war, when
the partisan prejudices of the people
were yet rigid with the tensity of fierce
crisis and great emotion. It was then
possible for anything bearing a Repub
lican lubel to secure a Republican popu
lar Indorsement. Rut the softer years
of peace have loosened this feeling,
until today, In every direction, men nre
thinking and studying for themselves,
The tidal wave of 1U2, If it had oc
curred twenty years earlier, would ad
mittedly have implied Democratic su
premacy for a decade to come. Hut
coming In a period when voters look
less for party labels than for desired re
sults, its indorsement lasted only a
fortnight and was blotted out by an
even greater reverse uprising at the
very next appeal - to the polls. ' This
simply meuus that the citizenship of
Uils nation is curing for itself, and
does not propose to submit its destiny
to the solution of reckless partisan
chieftains Interested mainly in them
selves. It implies no luck of reusouabl-
loyalty to leaders who shall prove
worthy tif the name,
We say we hope that the Republican
primates -will avoid tholr Democratic
predecessors' mlstalies;and we base Ms
hope upon the already encouraging fact
that from men like Reed and Sherman
and Allison come words of admonition
rather than mere partisan outcries of
joy. It cannot bo too earnestly im
pressed upon Republicans In official stu
tloit that what tho country wants is
not now turmoil and new sounding of
partisan torn toms, but pence and rest
und opportunity to breathe. There is no
oetter ugnter man i nonius u. ueed,
yet Reed today is as the cooing dove
and Sherman is the very personification
of caution und moderation. These men
thl th 1-irt.Hau chevaliers must
to kept in the background, und the ,
homely muscle und sense of the tilain !
common people be permitted Vt cam
their dally bread without reference to
The board of trade of Wilk9 Earre.
In selecting a successor to the late Sec
retary McKune, has chosen precisely
the light man In K. A. Nlven. Th
futile pen iif this unliable journalistic
leteran Is equally happy hi treating
either fact or fiction; and can, when de
sired, combine the two In a most artis
tic blend. Success to Secretary Nlven,
and success to SVilkes-Rarre:
Mr, Singeiiy's canvass was decidedly
not in vain. It tickled Slngeiiy, pleased
the torchlight colonels, Increased tho
circulation of the Philadelphia Keeord
and didn't hurt, Hastings, In the slight
The esteemed Cnrhohdale Leader need
not lose sleep in dread lest the editors of
The Tribune and the Times should shed
each other's blood. It perhaps does not
know Hrotht-r Hudson's l'lckwlcklan
The Republican congressmen-elect of
Pennsylvania will probably need two
two men like Kidman and Hurt In the
state delegation Just to lemind them
thai Democracy still lives.
There is no exeluslveiiobs about the
Republican party. Its tent Is large ai'd
there's yet r.,om for more. Certain it
is that Irishmen are not forbidden to
It Is uncommonly kind In the Demo
cratic newspapers to proffer their able
assistance to Governor-elect Hustings
In the formation of his cabinet: but we
suspect he will not need their help.
Merely as one of the inevitable after
thoughts we are Impelled to remind our
esteemed contemporary, Colom-l Slng
eiiy. thut his antl-l'owderlv uon was
loaded. " !
The report that Hilly nines will con
test Reisenrlng's election may be dis
missed by nearly court pluralltv.
A TASK FOR IIERCL LlS.
From the Commercial-Advertiser.
Mayor-elec t Strong has now before 1dm
a responsibility as urem u ,.,., i.uu
confronted u civil oifieer In the l'iih-d
Hlales. An enormous majority of his fel
low citizens have singled him out as their
agent In an enterprise of almost unparal
leled magiiltude-the puraatlon of the
government of New Y'ork. o city In the
world's history, since Sudnm V.'HM Uftllttw!! I
u.r me .ires or uou, hu-s been governed
more foully than this municipality Is
governed today ; oppressed by criminals
mora numerous or more Infamous than
those who oppress the oeoLle of this eiie.
The mere vote of yesterday effects noth
ing. It Is but a mandate. .Mujor Btromf
must give effect to that mandate. Uefoivt
all things he must remember that this Is
not the end of the tight; It Is but the bare
beginning. To purify the government of
this city will tuke two or three vern-s.
Tho work must be carrln-d forward from
hour to hour and day by day unceasingly.
Knaves must be flung out of office. Kec-
ords must be overhauled. RoblH-rv mast
be followed up by prosecution. Heoros of
Tammany scoundrels must bo sent to the
state- prison to Join John V. McKano and
his kind. Not one, from the most dis
tinguished to the meanest, must be spared.
The whole municipality must be stripped
a no iiinugaieu. utnerwlse. two vuars
hence Tammany will I back In control t
and all the old vlleuess and bestiality will
begin over again.
-rut: poii;ustk: su mp.
From tho Commercial-Advertiser.
Today's problem Is what has become of
the Populists? Throughout the southern
states the party seems to have been wiped
out. L'p lo a few weeks ugo the outlook
was that tho Populists would pull u great
vote especially In tleorgla. Instead of
that tho return, only emphasize the
scarcity of the Populists. Tom Watson,
their long-winded champion, has lieen de
feated for congress. In Kansas Jerry
Simpson, who seemed to have a grip on
his seat in congress, is ordered to stay at
home by a decisive majority. Lewelllng,
the fool-governor of unfortunate Kansas,
who made himself and the stale the
laughing stock of the world, is burled un
der thousands of voles, and Kansas - Is
oiK'O more la the hands of Its friends. Hie-
Republican party, (letting to the Racky
moiintalus the blatant Walle. the man
who would wade his horse In blood up lo
tho bridles, Is defeated, and l.ufe Pence,
the dime museum congressman, will ,iot
need to stay around Wushlngton after
this winter. The best explanation offered
to account for the disappearance of the
Populist vole Is that It had to all Intents
and purposes been absorbed by the De
mocracy. Old political observers predict
that the Populists, us a party, will now
practically pass out ot, existence, us Ihe
National Oreenbuck parly old In llwi,
after making a splendid showing In 17S.
The 1'asslng of l'eanut Politics. 1
From the Providence Journal.
The failure of tho partisan attempt' to j
deport Mr. Morton's coaehmmi Is merely
another illustration of the usual outcome '
of such riarrow-n.liided political scheme, i
There Is no permanent profit In the pur- '
suit, of peanut politic. - I
'cw Hands at the Bellows.
From the boston Journal. j
More than one hundred members of the
present congress, it appears, failed of re- j
nomination. When to these are added the i
number who fulled of election It is clear
that the next congress will be largely j
made up of new men. r .
The Neat Speukcr. I
From the C'ommetoial-Advertisor.
It needs no piophtt to predict that, as
certainly as anything In the future can be
declared certain, the speaker of the house
of represeututlves In the Fifty-fourth con
gress will be Mr. Thomas B racket t heed,
of Maine. "
Political Ostracism Played Out.
From the Scranton Truth.
Evidently the world moves. An Irish
Republican senator from this district and
an Irish-Uepubllcan representative from
the Fourlh district is proof of this fact.
Political ostracism, oil race Issues is
played out In this valley.
Mr. buna's Parthian Arrow.
From the New York Sun.
Tho Cleveland outfit, must now know
that you cannot haul down the American
Hug at .home and abroad and sui.veed t or
any length of time afterward In this coun
" Maintained the Decalogue.
From the New Y'ork Tribune. " '
The Ten Commandments have prevailed
by majorities that vindicate the light of
the people to rule.
Sunset auJ Sunrise. .
From the Now York Herald.
It wits a revolution that closes a dark
and opens a bright era In the municipal
affairs of New York.
A Synonym of Republicanism,
From tlie New York World. , -. .
The people nre in power and they have
shown It. Thut Is what it meann.
Slngcrly's Shrewd Guess. -From
the I'hUudelphla Keeord. -
Senator Quay had Inside informa""
By the Woman Editor.
From the t'ommrrrlal-Advrrtlser.
Is It lint about time even fur
h ! ? ZTZX
his "nervousness" and mencuiiallly?" of
coui-se In. Is "nervous." The very eon-ll-
i tlmis ot e.iniein-e iiw-.i the , oullneiit in
volve mi apliuiOe In Mm for 1'reu.uenl ano
sudden changes In his environment. It Is
not "nervousness" that he has to dreu-1,
the activity, readlneii and power of
thought und will that dUtmguWh hltn; It
Is nervelessiiess. f this the clum u the
lpe. It Is ItiU that Is the parent cf Ig
noble euiuent Willi inlsgovtrtiiiieut uli-1
the rule of vile and vicious men. Hull to
the nervous Atnrrleuii and down with 'he
servile, nerveless wretch who submits,
cur-like, lo the lashing of a brutal master:
The liay After.
ri om tho Washington Slur.
"Wlllam," said the solicitous wife, "vo x
inUBt have cheered insanely last nlifht."
"Not a cheer," he ifcsponileil, turning
upon her a look of unutterable reprouch.
"Hut how did you get thut horrible
"1 dunuo; unless 1 jtJl It standing out In'
the political frost."
"You hud better not be so Indifferent.
You ean't speak above u whisper."
"That's all right. I ttou't have to. it
Isn't my turn to talk."
I And he slid Into his overcoat and went
I forth Into the desolate chill of a Novem
From tho Minneapolis Times.
I'opullsm, purulysls and poverty.
HA BY HOOD.
Hc-lgh-l.n! Ruby hood! Toll nie whf-rc you
Let s toddle home uwuln, for we have
Take this eager hand of mine and lead rno
b.v 1 he linger
Hack to the Louis hinds of the far-away.
Turn buck the
leaved of life; don't read
the story -Let's
lind the pi. tur
and fancy all the
We ean till the wiiten
Than nj Time, the story-teller,
Turn to the brook, where the honeysuckle,
U'er lis vase of perfume spills It on the
And the bee and humming-bird In ei stacy
From the fairy llagous of the blooming
Tin n to the lane, wh-re we used to "teeter
l'riiitliig little foot-pulm In the mello v
Laughing at the lazy cattle wading In the
Where the ripples dimpled round the
buttercups of gold.
Where the duck
turtle likes basking on
Of the sunny sandbar,
In the middle-
And the ghoirtly drugonlly
pauses in his
To rest like a blossom where the Wa
Uelgh-ho! Ilabyhood! Tell mo where
IjjI's toddle home again for we have
TilLi fllist l-iiu,.!' hi it 1,1 tif T 1 1 1 "i nti.l liifi.1 111a
b.v the llncer
Buek to the Lotus lands of the far-awav,
-.lames Whltcomb Klley.
HILL & GONNELL
131 AND 133 WASHINGTON AVE.,
Have just received a carload of
'The let business desk in the
world," which are oflerid at greatly
reduced prices. The reduced prices at
which this celebrated desk is now of
fered make them the cheapest in the
market. Within the Reach of all
AS LOW AS $19.
A full Hue of office Furniture, Type
WritiDg Desks and Chairs.
We are now showing the larg
est line of Dinner Sets ever dis
played in this city. A splendid
HAVILAND & CO.,
CHAS. FIELD HAVILANO,
R. DELENINERES & CO.,
CARLSBAD AND AMERICAN
CHINA, PORCELAIN AND
WHITE GRANITE WARE.
If jou want a Dinner Set ezamino
our stuck before buying.
Coursen, demons & Co.
iif If ill
I e- JV',., I
Tb? Greatest Book Sal?
At less than one-third the price at which similar works are offered by the so
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Read the list of titles ami authors, 16' mo., bound in cloth ami silver as few or as
many as you want, at 19 CENTS. '
LallU Kookll Moore
Idylls of tho Klfiv J lenmson
I In Memorial!. Tennsbn
The Coming Knee Lytton
Imitation of Christ A. Kcmpis
Lad) or the Lake Scott
Ships That Pass t'hn Mdit Harrudcn
. Shepp's World's Fair Photographed,
over 500 illustrations. Bound
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Our Special Sale Price Is 98 Cents.
' Clark's Road tO Heaven, containing 714 pages of valuable reading mat.
ter and a number of genuine steel engravings; over 1,000,000 copies have been sold by
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Special sale of Hand-made Sole Leather Toilet Articles, comprising Comb and Brush
Sets, Collar and Cuff Sets and Traveling Companions, at one-half the usual price.
Eiderdown : Cloakings
r or House and Children's Wear. All Wool Faced, New and Strikiug Effects,
formerly 69 cents, NOW 49 CENTS.
Do You Wear Shoes
If you do and need a new paK why
not examine the stock of
The Lackawanna Store Association, Urn.
Corner Lacka. and Jefferson Avet.
We are sole ugents In this city for the
J. S. TL'KNKR & CO. High Grade Shots for
men's wear ithese shoes took first pre
mium at the World's Fair, v'hh ago), and
for EHWIN O. M'KT CO. '8 Celebrat
ed Hhoes for ladles' wear. ,
We also handle the following lines:
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Strong & Carroll. C. P. Ford Co..
J. A H. Fitupatrtck, I Thorn U. Plsnt Co..
8t,-y, Adams Co., ; H. 8. Albright & Co.
If desired, will take measure and order
special pairs from any fsi.-tory lu the
Our aim Is to be prompt, to give our
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prices, guaranteeing satisfaction on all
We also carry a fine line of OKOCF.R
IKS. HAhDWARE. DRY OOOUa,
CLOTHING, OKNTS' FLTtXISfHNUsJ.
A trial is wtwtwe nk of our citizens and we
will eudesvor to plena?,
ments, Reception Cards,
Stationers and Engravers,
317 UCWWaNN ME.
DR. HILL & SON
Set teeth, io.oO; best set, 8; for gold caps
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OVER FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
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Starlt't Lt'tlf p
House or Net en Gables
Mosses from an Old Manse "
Twlee Told Tales
Tales Trom Shakespeare i,ami
Story of an African Farm sd.re.der
Light or Asia Arnold
Vicar or Waketleld Goldsmith
China Clossta at from K. to 4H por cett. re
NOV. 10, 1891.
If You Have
auymiouey left after elec
tion don't you think it
would be a good thing to
invest it in a sideboard?
All dining-room and
bedroom furniture is re
duced from 5 to 50 per
We are going to move
into a new store ou
Washington avenue, and
Ave want to start with an
entire new stock of fur
niture, and have there
fore made this reduc
tion. HULL & CO.,
205 WYOMING KVENUE.
If you would have the
Amount of heat from the
Amount of fuel, you must
Foote & Shear Co.
TONE 15 FOUND ONLY IN THE
I ncle Tom's Cabin stowe
Longfellow's Earlier Poems
Paul and Virginia St. l'krre
Dream Lire ik. Munei
Heierles or a Bachelor
Child Harold's Pilgrimage tsyron
BY DK. SHIMBURQ
The Specialist on the Eye. Headaches and Nerrou
lies relieved. Latest ana Improved Style of Ere
glsesand Hpeotaeles at tse Lowest Prices. Bc9
Artificial Kyes Inserted for ff.
305 Spruce Street, Opp. Old Pottoffle.
DR. E. GREWER,
The Philadelphia Spociallst, and his asso
ciated otaff of Kngllxh and German
physicians, are now permanently
Old Postoffice Building, Corner Penn
Avenue and Spruce Street.
The do,-tor is a vraduan of the I'nlver.
slty of reiinsylvanlu, formerly demou
hi rutor of physiology unit surgery at the
Jledlco-t'hirurglial college of fhlluUel
phla. His specialties are Chronic, Ner
vous, Skin, Heart, Womb and Blood ills
DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
The symptoms of which are dlzzlnc-ss.lack
of conlldomw. sexual weakness in men
and women, ball rising in throat, spots
floating before tho eyes, loss of memory,
unable to com-entraie the mind on one
subject, easily startled when suddenly
spoken to, and dull distressed iiilnd.whk-ri
minis them for performing the actual du
ties of life, inuklng happluesM Impossible,
distressing the Hi-tlon of the heart, i-aus-liof
flush of heat, depression of splrits.evll
forebodings, cowardice, fear, dreams. Indi
an. .holy, tire easy of company, feeling as
tired In the morning us whun rotlrlng,
lack of energy, nervousness, trembling,
confusion of thought, depression, constitu
tion, weakness of the limbs, etc. Those no
affected should consult us Immediately
a:-d be restored to perfect health.
Lost Manhood Restored.
Weakness of Young Men Cured.
If you have been given up by your phy
sician call upon the doctor and be exam
'ed. He cures tho worst cases of Ner
vous Ih.-biliiy, Scrofula. Old Sores. Ca
tarrh, files, Female Weakness, Affec
tions of the Eye, Kar. Nose and Throat,
Asthma, Deafness, Tumors, Cancers and
Cripples of every description.
Consultations free and strictly sorrel
and contideiilc.;. ottice hours daily from
a.m. to p.m. Sunday. 9 to 2.
Enclose five 2-cent stamps for symtporn
blanks and my book called "New Lite."
I will pay one thousand dollars in gold
to anyone whom 1 cannot cure of EM-'
1.EIT1C CONVULSIONS or FITS.
... x OK. K. URKYVER, -
Old Post Ofllco Building, coiner IJn
avenue and Spruce street.
Maurice River Cove,
Blue Point and
Rockaway . .
ri ARIC MEDIUM AND . ;
LrLAIYlO LITTLE NECK,
All kiuds of Fresh Fish, Lubster, .!
Hard Crabs, Escallops und
Shrimps; at r .-'
H AVISO ptirclissea the
1 stosk and rented toe
Shoeing Forge ot Willlim
Bluuie A Son, I shall now
give constsnt attentioa to
shoeing horses la a practi
cal and scientific maiiB.r.'
Quick work and good is tb
K :w DOCTOR OF VETERINARY SURGERY.
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