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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNIKG, NOVEMBER 16, 1894.
NEXT FEBRUARY ELECTION
Unexpired Terms of demons. Conncll
and SadJ :to, Unfilled
couxciLs'io'Be . reItjjucax
from Odd Numbered Words Commoners
Will Be Elcctcd-lndicutions AjcThut
Democrats will Loso Control
of Common Hotly.
Now that the excitement of state and
county politics luis subsided attention
naturally turns to Fob. 19, the third
Tuesday of the month, on which day
v 111 be held the Scranton city election.
The chief interest in the coming con
ttst hinges upon the councllmanlc of
fices, although wurd constables, alder
men, registers of voters, assessors and
election boards are to be chosen.
Added Interest Is uttached to the elec
tion of councllmen from the fact that
the common body, which now contains
twelve Democrats and nine Republi
cans, will probably be made Republican
by at least a majority of Jane. For com
mon council, members will "be elected
from the odd numbered wards and from
the Sixteenth to fill the unexpired term
of Charles Schadt, who has beeii elect
ed county treasurer. Frank H. dem
ons and Alexander T. Connell, of the
Seventeenth and Twentieth wards, who
have respectively-been elected sheriff
and representative, will retire from se
lect council ami the Vacancies will have
to be filled. The' select body now con
tains ' twelve Republicans and nine
Democrats,, and it Is possible that the
Democrats will gain one member In the
councilman to succeed Mr.. Connell.
The reason for drawing these conclu
sions are presented elsewhere In this
ThTce Itoiibtful Wards.
Six Democrats and five Republicans
will retire from, common council.. Of
the Democrats, Mr. Golden, of the First
ward,, was elected by virtue of a split
on the Republican ticket. The ward Is
Hepubllcan and It Is fair to presume
that, a member, of that party will next
year succeed Mr. flolilen. This would
reduce the Democratic membership to
eleven and Increase the Republicans
to tiln. -Three' doubtful wards, the
Eleventh, Nineteenth and Twenty-first,
are now represented by Democrats, but
assuming that one Of these wards goes
Republican', cominon council would
have eleven Republicans ntid ten Dem
ocrats. Republican leaders do not
doubt that the "First ward will go Re
publican (ind. give it as their opinion
that at least one and possibly two of
the doubtful Eleventh, Nineteenth and
Twenty-first will elect Republican
members. Mr. .Schadt, the Democratic
representative of the Republican Six
teenth, who retires to occupy the office
of county treasurer, will probably be
succeeded by a Republican. Mr. Schadt
had for his opponent J. W. Drowning,
of pole tax fame, whose defeat was due
largely to his advocacy of taxing elec
All this gives evidence that the Re
publicans will have a working majority
of at least one or two, and probably
three, In the common body.
Thomas M. Jones Suggested.
berecanbenoquestionbut thata Re
publican will be elected from the Seven
teen to fill Mr; demon's unexpired
terml In select. The Twentieth ward,'
Livver. i3- Indisputably Demo
te. -" Mr. ;' . 'Conne!! - (Rep.) was
elected to . selact , -council from
this ward " as ' an Independant can
didate, which, added to his popular per
sonality, secured his election. Republi
can leaders are cognizant of the fact
that, the- very best . timber- should be
selected as a candidate for Mr. Con
ner's unexpired term. Thomas M.
Jones, head bookkeeper at the Meadow
Brook colliery, has been suggested on
account of his general ability and an
unusual popularity among' the' large
laboring class of that ward. It cannot
be learned that Mr.. Jones has even con
sidered the matter, but from heai'siit
It Is evident that, as a councllmanlc
candidate, he would do much to keep
the ward in the Republican ..column.
The Republican members whose terms
will expire In common council are: Ed
ward E. Robathan, Fifth ward; James
Molr, Ninth ward; Thomas H. Howe,
Thirteenth ward; T. Ellsworth Davis,
Fifteenth ward; Arja Williams, Seven
teenth ward. The retiring Democrats
will be Patrtck H. Golden, First ward;
James J. Grler,. Third ward; John V.
McLean, Seventh ward; Robert Robin
son, Eleventh ward ;Patiick J. Hickey,
Nineteenth ward; Thomas Norton,
Twenty-first ward, Those who will
probably be renominated are: Mem
bers Robathan, Molr, Robinson, Hickey,
and Norton, ' ' ' Ji
Warm l ight In the P.lRltth.
Aldermen will be elected from the
Flnst, Second, Eighth, and Fifteenth
wards. Trobably the warmest contest
will be waged, in the,. Eighth,, between
W. S. Milfer and Alderman John;Fltz
simmoiis, whojseem llkeljj to'be nomi
nated ..on J the j Republican '.and ,' Demo
cratic ticket, respectively.' '
WILL BE HEARD MONDAY.
Injunction Cases Will Then Itc Heard Be
fore Judge Albright.
The Injunctions of 'the Lackawanna
Street Railway company against the
Delaware and Hudson Canal company
and the latter company -against the
Street Railway company were set down
for a hearing this morning, but owingto
the-fact that ex-Judge Jessuu, one of
the. attorneys in the injunction pro
ceedings, will be engaged 'today in' the
trial of the case of, -Michael Larkln
against the city of Scranton, the Injunc
tion hearings were yesterday continued
until Monday morning at 10 o'clock.
Judge Albright, 'of Lehigh county.
will hear the testimony and pass upon
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the cases, us he will be in the city to
preside in common pleas court. The
injunction proceedings were Instituted
to determine the Street Railway com
pany's right to cross1 the- Delaware and
Hudson tracks at grade at Mooslc,
, IN LOCAL THEATERS. ,
A f7rnml nrnflllntliin nf ,lrPhn Ttun
Orphans" will hftelvpn nt thn Aemlemv
of Music tonight by Kate Claxton and
fliuuame janauscneK. Jt will be pro
duced in the same elaborate manner as
u was on Its revival In New York early
In the season, when It met with such
distinct success. The 'company pre
senting It will contain no less than live
distinct and celebrated dramatic stars. .
It is one of the strongest organizations
"Wang," that merriest, most gor
geous and most successful of nil th
comic operas of recent years. Is coming.
nut lew lovers of merriment and mel
ody need to be told what "Wang" Is.
In fact, Its complications of beautiful
songs, witty sayings, Its fetching view
of an Oriental harem, its fantastic cos
tumes, Its white elephant, pretty glrU,
laughter and nonsense, all but defy ex
planation or analysis. Its d.-iiriniwiv
catchy .flojigg, "The Man with an Ele-
pnani on ins llunds," "A Pretty Qirl,"
"A Summer Night." "You Must Ask of
the Man in. the Moon,',' and a score .of
others, are sung In the homes of many
a city .which Is yet waiting to hear
"Wang" in its' entirety. "Wang" will
be seen at the Academy of MurIc on
Saturday evening, with a special ladles'
and children's matinee at 2.30 p. m.
. ,' ' il II II
A large audience will no doubt fill
the Academy of Music Monday night to
see "The New South," which Is pro
duced as a benefit for the Nay Aug
Hose company. Joseph R. Grismer
and Miss Phebe Davies head an excep
tionally powerful cast, which will be
seen here. The vast amount of scenery
used In this, the farewell season of this
play, was entirely newly painted last
summer by Harry Merry, the celebrated
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The- second of the grand Frothlng-
ham series of concert entertainments
will be given Monday night. Unlike
the first of this admirable series the
entertainment will not be confined to
the concert by the ladies' orchestra, ex
cellent as that was. In addition to the
concert there will be two other fea
tures. ' The first of these is Fred Emer
son Brooks, the California poet-humorist.
The other special feature Is Pau
line Glldden-Chapman, the most distin
guished lady cornetist in the world.
The annual meetlne of the Eastern
league will be held Dec. B.
The Washington Base Ball club haB se
cured a promising young player of New
Orleans. He Is an Infleld'er. ,
Captain Anson has secured Second Base-'
man Stewurt, of this year's Sioux CItys.
He says he has In Stewart the finest sec
ond busemun In the land, bar none.
President Powers has eleht antillrntlnnn
for the Allentown vacancy in th Rnt-
ern league, Toronto will probably got it.
r-,uner juck unupman or A. C. BUeken
berg will get the Toronto franchise.
Last year the Yale collpire nln .
fused to play the New Yorks atithe Polo
ground. They arc the first team to make
a uate witn the New Yorks for 1893. They
play the glunts in New York April 15.
Lolu s Hinkey promises to make as
grout a record on the gridiron as his fa
mous Drotner. in the game With Lehlirh'
Saturday, young Hinkey tackled clev
erly and was always there at the proper
Harvard foot ball players are Drao-
ticlng tackling on a dummy, which may
be a good thing in its way, but Harvard
win not nave uummies to tackle when she
meets alc and the University of Penn
Captain Anson and President Hart an
nounce that they have signed every one
of their last yeur's players. They were
signed in one day. Duhien, KlttrlUge and
several others signed their contracts with
out reading them.
Hugh Duffy says he will play with the
Boston league team next year. "Thut lit
tle fellow heads the league, does he?'
said Anson, looking at Hugh. "Wei how
the dickens can he beat a man of my size,
is what l don t understand." .
"Andy" Bowcn, the lightweight chain'
plon of Louisiana, has left New Orleans
for Tybee Island, Ga., where he will go
Into training, with Juek Dempsey as Ms
tutor, for his coming light with "Kid
Lavlgne before the Auditorium club on
The Mercury Wheel club will hold a een
tury run on Nov. 25. The route will be
over the Jericho road to Hlcksvllle and
Farmingdule, thence to Babylon for din
ner and to Jamaica via the Merrick boule
vard. Those who finish will be awarded
century medals. . .
The Bostons have signed Leftfieldor
James Collins, of tho HulTalos, of last
season. He Is a heavy hitter, fine fielder
and weighs about 170 pounds. Collins is
20 years old, is the son of a Buffulo police
captain, and had a batting average last
year of 4.37 per cent.
President Johnson, of the Western
league, says that every club in the cir
cuit, except Milwaukee, made money lust
season. They had KiS.ooo In the ' reserve
fund at the end of the year $20,000 was
divided and W,00 retained. Sioux City
will be dropped next- season and either
Omaha or St. Paul taken lit ' ; 1
Henry Sehmehl, the Chicago pedestrian,
has accepted Edward Payson Weston's
terms for a six days' walking mutch to
take place at Rochester, 'N- Y., or New
ark, N. J., providing that Weston will
make the stake $1,000 Instead of (000.
Schmehl is willing to walk in Chicago for
$!), but will not come east for less than
A pigeon shooting match has been ar
ranged between Captain J. L. Brewer, of
New York, who claims the title of cham
pion wing shot of the world, and J. A. K.
Elliott,; of Kansas City, champion of
America. The match will be at 200 birds
each, for 500 a side and will be shot at
Hurnside, Nov. 17. Dr. Carver challonged
Elliott to shoot at MO birds a day for 100
consecutive days, Sundays excepted, for
t:'aO a side each day; money to be posted
twenty-four hours in advance and for
feited on failure to carry out the terms of
the agreement; Klliott declined.
Jury Did Not Deliberate Long in the
t, y . winton. Ejectment Case.
LAKKIN. AGAINST THE CITY
Case Is on Trial Before Judge Archbald
lu Muln Court Room-Non-Suit
Asked for In Caso of Jones
Against Maxwell.' .
It required but a brief period for the
Jury In the Wlnton ejectment suit to
agree upon a verdict, which was a vic
tory for the defense. The case was not
given to tho jury until 3 o'clock in the
afternoon, when Judge Gunster fin
ished his charge and It was a compre
hensive one. Attorneys on both sides
submitted points of law and court
dwelt carefully on them, affirming those
that comported with the evidence In
the case and rejecting whatever did
not.. As to the trustworthiness of the
testimony of the several witnesses'
Judge '.Gunster left the Jury to weigh
It accordllng to their convictions.
Attorney Sherman, of Philadelphia,
made the closing argument for the
plaintiff and Judge Harding concluded
the presentation of the defendant's
side. ' ' ,
When the evidence In the'.Winans
Bevan ejectment suit over two feet of
land was all heard, Attorney J. Alton
Davis, for the defense, asked court to
direct a verdict in favor of the defend
ant, . because the plaintiff had not
shown a paper title, In other words, a
deed, to the land in' dispute. Judge
Archbald thereupon directed the Jury
to find such a verdict, which they did
without leaving the Jury box, and the
end came to that trivial suit.
I-arkin Against the City. .
The next case called . before Judge
Archbald In court room No. 1 was the
trespass suit of Michael Larkln against
the city of Scranton. Jessups & Hand
appeared for the plaintiff and City So
licitor Torrey represented the defend
ant. Mr. Larkln, the plaintiff, owns a lot
of ground on West Lackawanna ave
nue. On the front part of it he had a
blacksmith shop, and :by virtue of an
ordinance passed by the councils of the
city of Scranton, providing for widen
ing West Lackawanna avenue, twelve
feet of Larkln's property were seized
and used as a part of the street and a
building on the lot partially torn down.
He lays damages agaltiBt the city In
the sum of $2,600. The case yesterday
was Just opened when court adjourned.
Tipstaff Rltter was still guardlng.the
Jury room when court adjourned for
the day, in which the Jury was confined
that Is deliberating on the case of
Architect Christian Alten against the
Carbondale township schoool district.
The defendant's attorneys maintained
throughout the trial that the architect
permitted grosa errors to creep into the
construction of two school buildings
over which he had charge, and, on that
account, inasmuch as they had also
given him notice to terminate his rela
tions, they were not legally bound to re
munerate him. The plaintiff's attorney
objected all through the trial to that
line of defense. .
Trying a Replevin Suit.
A replevin suit to recover a team of
horses, barness, stone rigging, etc., all
to the value of $400, was heard before
Judge Peck for the remainder of the
afternoon. John P. Jones, qf this city,
was the plaintiff, and C. W. Maxwell,
of' Sullivan county, N. Y., Is de
fendant. , Attorneys Hannah and Price
represent the plaintiff, and Attorneys
George Watson and W. W. Patterson,
On July, 1890, Jones leased the prop
erty he Is now suing to recover to Cor
nelius Wands, then of this city. The
lease: stipulated that the sum of
$133,33 1-3 cents should be paid each
month for three months, and at the end
of that time, if the party of the second
part did well and truly perform these
payments, Jones was to give him a bill
of sale. There were other provisions
In the contract allowing Wands to work
out part of the sale mony. Wands did
not meet the payments as per agree
ment and the property was sold at sher
iff's sale. Attorney Watson purchasing
it In for Mr. Maxwell, who was one of
the execution creditors.
Mr. Jones was put on the stand, hav
ing simply testified to the lease, and the
Asked for a Nun-Suit. ' -
At that point Mr. Watson moved for
a non-suit on the ground that the prop
erty was In pusesslon of Wands when it
was sold and that he owned It according
to the terms of the lease. The attorneys
on both' sides argued the motion at
length, and Judge Peck decided to rule
on It tills morning.
In court room No. 3 the appeal of
William Moore against James Rowley
was called and a jury drawn, but the
case was not opened.
THE EAGLE WAS A HAWK.
It Alighted on the Window of Ur. Dun
A large crowd was attracted on Wash
ington avenue yesterday opposite the
court house by the sight of a young
eagle, which had alighted on the sill nf
a third-story window above Dr. Dun-
The bird was observed floating In the
air near the court house and consider
able Bieculatlon was rife as to its
species. When it flighted on the win
dow two boys gained admission to the
room and opened the window near by
and secured - thejr prize by the legs,
The bird was found to be a hawk, ap
peared to be tamed and made but little
It was secured by Druggist D. S.
Ryan, of Penn avenue, and Is exhibited
at his store. It Is apparently about six
All of the Testimony In.
Tho closing testimony in the case of
the Koehler Brewing cbmpany, of New
York, against D. L. Keairney, was heard
yesterday afternoon before Arbitrators
C. B. Gnrdner, J. F. Cummlngs, and
Eugene Davis, Today arguments will
be made by counsel.
SALT RHEUM often ippears 'In cold
weather, attacking the palms of the hands
ana other parts or the boftly. Hood's Bar
saparilla, the great bl.odd purifier, cures
null riiuum. i
HOOD'S, PILLS aro he best after-din
nor pills, i assist digestion, cure head
ache. 25c. ' .
Tho $40,000 School House
for Columbia avenue has been let and will
be commenced Immediately. There r are
still a few more IoCh left at a low price.
trthur Frothlngham, .
iftice. Theater Lobby,'
$4.88 toNcV York and Return',
Special excursion to New York via the
popular Central jKallroad or Now JBrsey,
on Tuesday,-- laov. 20. Katn or shine.
Fare $1.66 from Scranton, aha all Inter
mediate points, l'lttston, Miners, Parsons,
Wlkea-Barre. first-class refreshment
car In charge of the Union News company
will be attached at Wllkes-Barre. Good
to return on any regular train within five
days. Leave Bcranton .W a. m.
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE.
(Under this heading Bhort letters of In
terest will be published when accompa
nied, for publication, by the writer's
name. The Tribune will not be held re
sponsible for opinions here expressed.)
AS TO SACRED CONCERTS.
Editor Of The Tribune.
Sir I see by this morning's Tribune that
Tullle Morgun intends giving sacred con
certs at 6 o'clock Sunday evenings In one
of the play houses of the city. Now 1
suppose thut Mr. Morgan must have for
gotten that a large number of the mem
bers of that Sacred Music society are also
members of the Christian Endeavor So
ciety or Kpworth league of some one cf
our churches, and that they have prom
ised to sustain those meetings by their
presence and their Influence, if they at
tend the concert at 6. bow can they at
tend the other at 6.30? and bow can they
keep their vow? To my mind there is no
greater help to spiritual life to any one,
especially .to the young, than the Chris
tian Endeavor meeting or the Epworth
league meeting and I for one should be
very sorry to Bee any of our young people
drawn away from these meetings to any
thing whatever, for I believe they would
be great losers thereby. I am not a pas
tor, but visiting as I do the different
churches of the city from time to time
when called to preach for them, I have
seen perhaps uh much as any one in
Sqranton the benefit that these societies
are to the young people, and consequently
to the churches and to society. I there
fore hope earnestly that Mr. Morgan will
reconsider this matter and not try, to
carry It out. Yours truly,
Scranton, Nov. 14.
DOES IT PAY?
Editor of Tho Tribune.
Sir This question is often asked ty
those who do not attend the meetings at
the Rescue mlBslon, located at 111 Frank
lin avenue. A gentleman attending one
of the meetings the past week remarked
at its close, "Who can estimate the good
this mission Is doing?" One man Bays, "I
thank the people thut started this mission
and those that support It for the good it
does me." A lady from one of our
churches said lately: "This meeting to
night was Just what I needed. I was dis
couraged when I came In, but it has en
Does It pay when men are turned from
lives of sin and wickedness and become
honest, lndustrous and sober? When
homes are made bright and happy be
cause of the love of God shed abroad in
the hearts of the father and mother? The
following will give some Idea of the
work accomplished so far this year
Number of meetings held, 311; number of
persons attending, over 20,000; requests for
prayer,, 100; number of men and women
that have started In a new life. 80; lodg
ings furnished for 700 men and over 200
huve been furnished food. Many have
been assisted In their homes. Employment
has been found for some; clothing dis
tributed, sick vlslled, encouragement
given many times m season to save per
sons from doing wrong and it also fur
nishes a pleasant place every night In the
year for all who will come, to pass an
evening where everything said ami done
has an uplift to it and encourageB any
who may desire so to do, to live a good,
clean and honest life. Does It not pay to
have and to help support such an institu
tion in our city? The mlBsion has been
painted and pupered Inside and with its
additional electric lights is more attrac
tive than ever. Every person Is welcome
any or every night In the year and the
meetings are all free. Come and see for
yourselves what Is being accomplished.
Ueorge u. sunuorn.
Scranton, Nov. 15.
For all the ailments of Throat
and Lungs there is no . cure so
quick and permanent as Scott's
Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil. It is
palatable, easy on the fnost deli
cate stpmach and effective.
stimulates the appetite, aids the
digestion of other foods,' cures
Coughs and Colds, Sore Throat,
Bronchitis, and gives vital
strength besides. It has no equal
as nourishment for Babies and
Children who do not thrive, and
Any Condition of Wasting;.
Send for PampUet en Scull's Emuliiin. Frit.
ScottCiBowne.N. Y. All Druggists. 50c. and $1.
Dream of unkuown
worlds but thrifty men
and women make the
most they can of this
world, and take advaur
tage of every opportunity
that offers for a real bar
gain. . ' ":,:
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE
Freemen, the Jeweler, is going
out of business, his store is fur
rent, his fixtures fur sale, and
his stuck is now being realized
on at private sale. Your price,
if within the bounds of reason;
will buy anything you want
C. W. FREEMAN,
CORNER PENN AND SPRUCE.
Coal of tho best quality for domestic
as, and of all Bltia, delivered in any
part of the city at lowest price.
Ordors left at my Olilce
NO. 118 WYOMINO AVENUE,
Rear room, first Poor, Third National
Bank, or sent by mall or telephone to tho
mine, will receive prompt attention.
Special contractu will 1 made for the
l&le and delivery of Buckwheat Coal.
Instruments In every sense of the terra
as aoDlled to Pianos.
Exceptional In holding their original ful
ness of tone.
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It will sustain life by injection.
It is simply the vital principles
of raw beef concentrated.
It is prescribed and recom
mended by more physicians
than any other food in the
world. ., We refer to any
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For sale at all druggists.
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Buy and sell Stocks, Bonds and Ornir.
on New York Exchango and Chicago
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Special attention ulvon to business ac
WILLIAM CONNELL, President.
ulu, n. I'ATLIN, loe-rresident.
WILLIAM II. PECK, Cashier.
William Connell. Georire II. Catlin.. Al
fred Hand, James Archbald, Henry Belln,
Jr., William T. Smith, Luther Keller.
to 151 MERIDIAN ST.
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All done away with by the Use of HART
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ot Ingredients well-known to ull. It can be
applied to tin, galvanized tin, sheet Iron
root's, also to brick dwellnRH, which will
prevent absolutely any crumbling, crack
ing or breaking of the brick. It will out
last iminng ot any kind by many years,
nnd it's cost does not exceed one-Ilfth thai
of tho cost of tinning. Is sold by tho job
or pound. Contracts taken by
A.N1U.MU ttAni-UAliN, wi isircn St.
J. Lawrence Stelle,
FORMERLY STELLE & SEE LEY,
MUSIC DEALER, "feTBSSSSffi"
SHAW PIANOS to the Front.
EMERSON PIANOS, Old and Reliable.
DID YOU KNOW?
That we WILL GIVE you beautiful new pat
terns of Sterling SILVER SPOONS and .
FORKS for an equal weight, ounce for ounce, '
of your silver dollars. All elegantly en
graved free. A large variety of new pat
terns to select from at
307 LACKAWANNA AVENUE.
W 1 WAGON MAKERS'
I x f Dillontaior I h
a ci.. in Dim ii'ii 1 mi ti
We have the following supplies of lumber secured, at
prices that warrant us in expecting a large
share of the trade :
Pacific Coast Red Cedar Shingles.
"Victor" nnd other Michigan Brands of
White Pine and White Cedar Shingles,
Michigan White nnd Norway Pine Lum
ber and UIU Timber.
North Carolina Short and Long Leaf
Miscellaneous stocks of Mine Rails, Mine Ties, Mine
Props and Mine Supplies in general.
THE RICHARDS LUMBER COMPANY
COMMONWEALTH BUILDING, SCRANTON, PA.
. st-ikl-a v r .
& New riiswnverv .
rorsai tiy JOHN li. PHEIP5,
Sprue Strcot, Scrinton, Pa. .
ThA vmaf Mmflv
rwJ I $. fcu-.fe i lh sensmilTS orfnuo or UKr aui. auch ai Norvoua KotnUFnTMri
i'iSJK i S! 1'if or liinhool, ImpoieDcy, Nightly Rmlialuua.ToaUirui Brrorv
'-'?Xift'J?llyj Mfittnl Woiry,oiCflYo ot Tobuoeo or Opium, which l4 to Cod
1tei.. liJu-Cftfcteii' sumpilun ana lu.anlly. Wllh (wtj S oMor wyilTe wmten nrj
Sol Ski. bj O. M. UABUU, Pruuslst,
The Only Specialist In Nfrvom Diseases Be,
j- ' iwcen Boffilo and Pdlladelptla.
DR. W. H. HACKER,
Physician In Chief for
The Lackawanna Medical Co.
327 SPRUCE STREET,
Opposite the Now Hotel Jermyn, has opened
ntnees for the treatment nnd cure of Kidney
Bladder, Stomach, Bowel, Blood, Skin
and Nervous Diseases,
The oompnuy baa adopted the plan ot
NO CURE, NO PAY,
to all rpspor.sitilo parties. Therefore taking
upon thomselves the risk of failure to cure,
and proving to a doubtful public the superior
lly of tbe mrdtcol talent employed by them.
Tnis oiler holds good until January 1, 18BS,
. Geneto Urinary Surgery in all its
Maiiolics will be peifoimed by Competent
-'all or send fl centi in etamr.B for 'Good
Kows," a treatise on Nervous Diseases of
yon e men.
Office Hours-8a. in. to 8 p. m.
Have yon Sore Throat, Pimples, Copper-Colored
Spots, Aches, UJd Bores, Ulcers In Mouth, Ilalr
Kalllng? Write Cook Remedy Co, 807 Ml
flonleTeittplcChlcaKOtlll.tfor proofs of euros.
Capital ta 00,000. Pat lenta cured nine year
CLOUGH & WARREN
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS.
Also a Full Line of
Juniata County, Pennsylvania, Whlt
Sullivan County Hemlock Lumber and
Tioga County Dry Hemlock Stock
Elk County Dry Hemlock Joists and
Will brum, won tin In ft Woek
Bold with Wit ITT IS
from fta? ctin. If neglected, inch troubUa Im4 Ii
r . 3. 'J
cnnatimpliun or loiftritjr, ii.no pr dux vj mtnto omm lor 90, mm -? jd.
onvr wn vivo ft wrttton frutrftntte tcr curt rvfuad tU moot 7 Adtirrm 1
Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming Avtnut and
nil 1 0'
inr nnrvmia nmntratlnn nrt nil nntvniiilMiua rtf
1X7 sua AT.uut.