Newspaper Page Text
THE SCOTT COLLECTION.
from, the week preceding when 18 new
cases of typhoid alone developed.
Yesterday's health report' was normal,
and, considering the season of the year,
the figures of mortality for the last
three weeks Indicate that the city's
general health Is good.
Tbe Ooly Spsclatlst la Nerroas Diseases Be
Iween Buffalo and Philadelphia.
Our line of collarettes Is large and com
plete. Davldow Bros.
DIRECT FROM THE ARTISTS,
IN LOCAL THEATERS.
THE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY- HORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1894.
' ! V ',.''''
TO BE SOLD WITHOUT
RESERVE ON. . . .
Xov. 2G, 27
The Scofljlrt Gallery.
Nou) on EijbibiiQ
JURY COULD NOT Ar
Mooslc Fence Line Kar V
! to Adjudicate.'
SUIT AGAINST CITY ' tu.
But Judge Archbald Has Not Vet Charged
the Jury DatnagcslClalmcd Against
Winton Borough Kjectment
' Suit Is Ended.
When court opened yesterday morn
ing the trespass suit In No. 2 court room
with Robert Tlnsley iind Michael Dono
van as plaintiffs and John Walsh as de
fendant was given to the jury, after
Judge Albright had made a brief charge.
The twelve men good and true were not
able to agree on a verdict after having
deliberated a few hours. Judge Al
bright thereupon discharged them from
further consideration of the case.
The next case In No. 2 before Judge
Albright was the ejectment suit of Irv
ing Davis and others against Mrs.
Elizabeth Lee, of Carbondale. Attor
neys Charles H. Welles and J. E. Burr
appeared for the plaintiff and W. W,
Watson for the defendant. The suit
was brought by Davis as executor of
the estate of Joseph I-.ee. By the terms
of the will of Mr. Lee, who died in 1890,
the executors were empowered to sell
all of his personal property and apply
the proceeds to be divided among his
heirs as the will directed. The widow,
the defendant In the case, was in pos
session of a lot of ground situated on
Wyoming street, Carbondale, when her
husband died and she refused since to
vacate It, whereby the executors could
obtain It and carry out the provisions of
the will., The will was offered In evi
dence and after the testimony was all
heard, Judge Albright gave binding in
structions to the jury to return a ver
dict In favor of the plaintiff.
Suit Against Winton Borough. ' '
At 3.30 In the afternoon the third case
before Judge Albright was called, that
of Michael Murray and his wife against
the borough of Winton. Ex-Judge W.
H. Stanton and Hulslander & Vosburg
were attorneys for the plaintiff and
O'Brien & Kelly for the defendant. The
borough Is sued to recover damages In
the sum of $1,000. It is alleged by the
plaintiffs that their property was dam
aged by an overflow of water. - The case
was on at adjournment.
The Sturges-Fetzer ejectment case be
fore Judge Edwards in No. 1 was fin
ished at adjournment; the arguments
ofcounsel' on bbth sides were offered
but Judge Edwards did not charge the
jury, which he will do this morning.
The line of defense set up by the de
fendant Is that he Is In possession of
the land and has been for twenty-one
years; that the fence lines have not
been disturbed and are still the B.mie.
In court" room No. 3 the trespass suit
of Mrs. Ann Munley against the city
of Scranton was ended with the excep
tion of Judge Archibald's charge to the
Jury. Attorney I. H. Burns made the
ci'.slng argument for the plaintiff and
his language was not chosen with a
view of making any of the city olllclals
vain. They came In for some of Mr.
Burns' most choice phrases of condem
nation. The case will be given to the
Jury this morning.
Edward J. Malott was discharged
from the county Jail yesterday, having
availed himself of the Insolvent laws
through his attorney, John P. Scragg.
John Westpfahl, of Plttston avenue,
has leased from. Joseph !Moyer the
house, lot and barn on Willow street,
lately occupied by the lessee. The
papers were filed yesterday In court.
The attorneys for the plaintiff In the
replevin suit of Jones' against Maxwell
and others yesterday filed reasons for a
Judge Archbald yesterday handed
down an order directing the Jury com
missioners, to place the names of 120
citizens 'ii the .wheel to be drawn aa
Jurors for the two weeks' special term
of court. The wheel will be filled and
the jury drawn this morning.
i None but (skilled watchmakers em
ployed at Davldow Bros. .
Death of James Mullen.
James Mullen, of 17 Bllex street, ship
ping clerk with Cleland, Simpson, and
Taylor, of 'the Globe store, died at his
The Great Blood Purifier and
. - Liver Regulator. -
200 DAYS' TREATMENT, $1,00
And wll'P'tiljcurenll rilaeasm arising
from IMPURE BLOOD, SUCH AS
Rheumatism, Kidney Disorder,
Liver Complaint, Sick and Nerv
Otis Headache, Neuralgia, Dva.
pepsia, Fever and Ague, Scro'fu
la, Female Complaints, Erysipe
las, Nervous Affections, Catarrh,
and all Syphilitic Diseases.
E. M. HETZEL, AGENT,
330 LACKAWANNA AVENUE,
Call and Get Circulars.
and 28, 1S94, at S.00 p. in.
hs Avenue and Linden Street.
Garncy, Brown & Co'.s Building,
and Evening. : ;
psidence yesterday morning. Mr. Mul
Yn was a deservedly popular young
tlan and was but a few days 111, dying
jc the comparatively early age of 26
c;ara. He leaves a widowed mother
nd brother, Anthony Mullen.. The
J.ineral will be held tomorrow morning
t 9 o'clock from Sllex street,' interment
H'lng at the Hyde Park Catholic ceme
ery. Tortoise shell hair pins. Large assort
ment and neat designs. Davldow Bros. .
NEW KIND OF CONCERT.
To Be Ineludcd in the Standard Course of
theY. W. C. A.
The second concert of the popular
Young Men's Christian ; association
standard course will be given next Mon
day evening by the Mlchleons and Miss
Carrie Louise Ray. This Is the first
concert of the kind ever given In Scran
ton and It will pleaBe the already en
thusiastic constituents of the associa
tion's standard course. The following
letter explains itself: . ..
National Asso. Naval Veterans V. 8. A.
New York City, Jan. 24, 1894.
Dear Miss Mecklem: We naval veter
were delighted with your sweet music
at tho Lenox Lyceum on the 19th and 2uth
inst. All present were loud In their praise
of your performances on the saxophone,
as tho repeated encores bore witness.
Combined with the harp, ho deftly played
by your father, , the musical portion if
our programme was made doubly yalu
able and charming. Wishing you every
success, I am yours sincerely,
B. S'. Gabon,
Rear Admiral Commanding, Director Gen
eral. . , '
Give your child a glad surprise;
Drive the tear drops from his eyes,.
Merry ones are always wise,
Buy "Queer People."
Dnn Williams Will no as a Delineator of
Irish Comedy Character.
A fair sized Frothlngham audience
saw "McKenna's Flirtation" Interpre
ted last night. The best thing that can
be said of the play is that It has a plot,
a plausible one; which statement can
not be applied to all Irish comedy
dramas. Dan Williams appeared In the title
role and fulfilled what has been said of
him as being a true delineator of Irish
comedy character. The same cannot
be said of the rest of the company, ex
cepting, possibly, George Henry, as
Michael Ryan; Charles Whalen, as Wll
kt Chase; Miss Emily Northrop, as
Mary Ellen Ryan.
If you are In need of side combs, with
sterling silver trimmings, call on Davldow
PICTURES BY NIGHT.
Only Genuine Flash Lights In This Sec
tion or tho State.
Beginning the night of Dee. 1 the pub
lic Is Invited to look at beautiful flash
lights with dissolving effect which will
be shown by night from The Tribune
Arrangements have been made with
the firm of T. H. McAllster & Co., of
New York, to display views which have
never been displayed outside of New
York and Philadelphia.
1S47 Rogers Bros, triple plated sugar
shells, 27c. Davldow Bros.
A Business Landmark Gone.
J. F. McDermott, proprietor of "Mac's
Book Store," has decided to abandon the
book and stationery business. His largo
stock Is now being closed out at reduced
prices at 303 Spruce street. The news, pe
riodical and steamship ticket and draft
business will be continued for the pres
ent at the old stand.
1847 Rogers Rros. triple plated knives,
$2.00 a set. Davldow Bros.
Cured of .Malaria and Dyspepsia of Five
Years Standing. .
Mr. a..B. Quick, one of. our leading
merchant tailors, writes: ' '
Auburn, N. Y Sept, 6, '81.
Dr. Totter Medicine Co., Oenls: Five
years ugo I had a severe attack of ma
laria which was followed by dyspepsia In
Its worst form. Every succeeding year
the malaria has returned, until 1 was al
most u. total wreck. I havo tried every
remedy that I thought would benefit me,
but obtained no relief. One of my friends
advised me to try your D. Laroque'g
Nerve Tonlo and Dyspepsia Pills. 1 dll
so with the most beneficial results. I
have been UBlng them since June 1st. My
dyspepsia la gone and the malaria has not
returned the first time In four years that
It has not visited me annually. I think your
pills have done wonders for me and
would udvlse all sufferers of malaria and
dyspepsia to try them. Dr. Laroque's
Nerve Tonic and Dyspepsia Pills cures
Dyspepsia,. Indigestion, Malaria, Neu
ralgia, Headache, Catarrhal Headache,
Sciatica, St. Vitus Dance, Female Weak
ness, Excess, Early Decay, Run down and
wasted Vitality, Pale and Sallow peoplo,
and all Diseases having their origin In
the nerve centers. They act direct upon
the Stomach, Nervous System and Blood,
25 cents a bottle. For sale by Matthews
Bros., wholesale and retail.
We have Just received an elegant line
of presents. Davldow Bros.
IF YOU NKED a good medicine to
purify your blood, give nerve strength
and build up your entire system, take
Hood's Sainaparllla. It prevents sick
noss by making pure blood.
HOOD'S PILLS cure nausea, sick head
ache, Indigestion and biliousness. 20c.
When your watch needs repairing, re
member that Davldow Bros, employ none
but Bkllled workmen.
i ' The $40,000 School House
for Columbia avenue has been let and will
be commenced Immediately. There are
stilt a few more lots left at a low price,
j Arthur Frothlngham,
Office, Theater Lobby.
Eight-day clocks. Black walnut or oak.
B. .Scott, Jr,,
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE.
(Under this heading short letters of In
terest will be published when accompa
nied, for publication, by tho writer's
name. The Tribune will not be held re
sponsible for opinions here expressed.) ,
THE PROHIBITION HOPE.
Editor of The Tribune.
Sir: Tho question in Saturday's Tri
bune under the article "Third Party
Progress "but we are yet unable to see
Just what our third party friends hope
to accomplish by remaining together
aa a small minority party is not so
difficult that it should go unanswered, If
the editor will kindly allow a little
space for the same. Wo hardly thought
that the intellectual vision of The Tri
bune was so badly impaired. We infer
that this champion of education would
teach the apostasy of the. Christian
church as a compromise in its failure
to win the world for Christ, and which
after nineteen centuries of heroic effort
is still, too, "a small minority" compared
with the millions of non-ChrlstlanB. We
admit that were our highest aim the
spoil of . office and greed for political
gain, rather, than the suppression of
evil, our prospects for a glorious victory
might be checked by the foul and sti
fling smokeof the Republican avalanche
in the recent eleotlons. But the ProhU
bltlon party does not measure results
by votes alone but by principles which
The Tribune does not care to discuss.
For if the Prohibition party Is wrong
in principle then It remains for "those
who seemingly do have a little uneasi
ness because of Its "remaining to
gether" to prove It wrong and thereby
save a coming generation of voters from
wrong doing. And if right, The Tri
bune or any other organ of the Al-
mlghty(?) Republican party ought not
to be afraid to say so if according to The
Tribune's calculations It takes "some
thing like three and two-thirds centur
ies" for that right to succeed.
Well, If right, as we firmly believe and
our opponent accede, we not only "hope"
but purpose to act and vote according
to our conviotlons, and thereby seek to
have a conscience void of offence toward
God, who declares "that righteous
ness exalteth a nation but sin Is a re
proach to any people," and toward man
whom we seek to protect from the great
evils of Intemperance by the outlawing
of the present drink system which the
supreme court of the United States has
declared unconstitutional. We give,
then, as a reason for the hope within us,
that we are In harmony with the laws
of God, the constitution of the United
States according to the Interpretations
of the highest authority of church and
state, and the voice of conscience, and
'hope to accomplish by remaining to
gether" what Paul hoped to accomplish
when he entered the very hot-bed of
paganism, and what he did or had ac
complished when he wrote to Timothy:
I have fought a good fight, I have fin
ished my course, I have kept the faith,"
otc. The same God that aided Paul
lives today, and although ''slow to
anger and plenteous In mercy" declares
shall not my soul be avenged on such
a nation?" Yea! our God will vindicate
his cause In the triumph of right. We
can better afford to suffer defeat here
by the enemies of righteousness and
temperance, than to aid in the perpetua
tion of a freat evil by supporting any
party that stands pledged to this end,
and win the displeasure of the God of
nations. In short then we "hope to
accomplish by remaining together as a
small minority party," but an Import
ant educational factor In political refor
mation, what the Republican and Dem
ocratic parties have failed to accomp
lish though both In power.
Does The Tribune see?
. . .. Ypurs truly, ..
G. L. Malce.
Scranton, Nov. 17.
Ward Street Correction.
Editor of The Tribune.
Please accept my thanks for copies
of The Tribune of Nov.' 15, containing
the article on Ward, street and the
Ward family. Allow me to correct an
error In the paragraph giving the loca
tions of the homes of the different
families. You have it "Simon and his
son Henry lived a few doors above my
father, a little below Fruehan's and
Welchel's." In my article I state that
Simon and Henry lived In the house
where Armbrust's meat market Is now,,
next to his son Frank, whose house was
the first across the bridge, and that It
was Reuben who lived above my fath
er's house near Fruehan's.
Also, the name of WU(lum Ward's
wife was not "Ann Ladnlg," but Ann
Landls; she Is a daughter of the late
John Landls, who came to the- valley
In 1849, and a sister of Mrs. Marvin Cal
vin and Mrs. Garrett Smith. She Is
now Mrs. A. B. Stocking, of Navasota,
Will you kindly hiake these correc
tions, as I wlijh the article to be abso
lutely correct .for future reference by
others. Very truly,
Martha Ward Oleason.
New York, Nov. 17.
A household maxim for the busy bar
gain seeker, Davldow Hroa.
REPORTS OF TYPHOID.
Figures Indicate That the Gcnoral Health
Of the City Is Good.
In vlew,tf the recent discussion of
typhoid and other infectious-or con
tagious diseases existing In the city, a
consideration of the mortality. report of
the board of health for last week Is In
teresting... ., .... .
For the week ending Saturday night
there were reported 9 new cases and 3
deaths from typhoid, 4 new cases and 2
deaths from scarlet fever, 4 new cases
and X death from diphtheria, 1 new
case of measles and I death from con
sumption, a total of 18 new cases and 8
deaths from contagious and infectious
disease; 29 death resulted from all
cause. This 1 8 pronounced decrease
At the Frothlngham this and tomor
row evenlgs John E. Brennan will pre
sent "Tim the Tinker." The play is
an Irish comedy-drama, with an Inter
esting plot and Is full of wit and life.
The merit of "Tim the Tinker," ilea in
Its novelty and tho cleverness with
which Mr. Brennan pictures the honest
and witty Irish. His success estab
lishes it firmly as an attraction of un
II II H
Charles A. Hartley, the ventriloquist,
a former Scrantonlan, and a capable
company of specialty people, will ap
pear at the Academy tomorrow even
ing. Aside from Mr. Hartley, whose
exploits on and off the stage are well
known, the company Includes Press
Eldrldge, a king of wits; H. C. Stanley,
Meeker and Mack, Marlon Martell, the
Hill sisters, Joseph Carey, Mason and
Hunter, Balford sisters, George Fisher,
Ward and Brown, and Ed. Parker. It
la one of the best specialty companies
of the season. "
I! II II
C. B. Jefferson.' Klaw & Erlanger's
"Country Clrcus"vlll be the attraction
at the Frothlngham Friday and Satur
day nights and Saturday matinee, and
without doubt will prove one of the dra
matic events of the season. It la a
play and circus combined, and Is one
df the largest organizations touring .'the
country, currying seventy-five people
and five car loads of scenery and para
phernalia, and one car of trick horses,
ponies, dogs and goats. The scene Is
laid In New England In the vicinity of
Cape Cod, and has a fresh pastoral
flavor that mingles harmoniously with
the gruff old sea dogs of tho coast, and
for two acts the play deals with the Joys
and sorrows of the good people of
Ma'shpl to the village of Brocton,
Mass., where the circus Is In full blast,
and the fun fast and furious begins.
II H 'I
The Scranton-Wllkes-Barre Sym
phony orchestra, made up of fifty ar
tists of the two cities, will appear In
concert at the Academy Friday even
ing. The Scranton members are chiefly
from Bauer's orchestra. Theodore
Hemberger will be the conductor, and
the following Bololsts will appear:
Joseph Plzzerello, pianist, professor at
the National New York conservatory;
Joseph Summerhll, cornetlst; Mrs.
Theodore Hemberger, soprano, and J.
Willis Conant, accompanist. The sale
of seats begins today.
ii U ii'
Scranton Turn Vereln's 'gymnastic
exhibition at the Academy Monday
evening, Nov. 26.
Frothlngham versus Reese.
Alderman Fitzslmmons heard the
ease of Arthur Frothlngham vs. John
T. Reese, bill poster, yesterday after
noon, In which Arthur Frothlngham, of
the Frothlngham theater, charged the
defendant with covering over bills an
nouncing three separate performances
at the theater. Mr. Frothlngham pro
duced a communication, renting the
side wall of Hunt and Connell's build
ing on the corner of Washington and
Lackawanna avenues, where, he alleges
the bills in question had been covered.
Attorney Milton Lowry appeared for
the plaintiff and A. J. Colborn for Reese.
Alderman Fitzslmmons bound the de
fendant In $300 bail to appear at court,
his partner, Mr. Long, becoming bonds
Property Owners Interested.
West Side property owners Interested
In the proposed Main uvenue sewer will
attend tomorrow night's meeting of the
sewers and drains committee of com
mon council. There will be considered
an ordinance providing for a sewer be
ginning on Main avenue at the Mt.
Pleasant ravine, to Howell street, to
Decker court, to Lafayette street, to
Hyde Park avenue; also a brunch on
Swetland Btrcet for a distance of 160
feet from Decker court; the co3t to be
met by assessment on abutting proper
Orange spoon Triple plate, (2.00 per set.
Interesting W. C. T. I'. Meeting.
An Interesting session of the Women's
Christian Temperance union was held
yesterday at their rooms on Spruce
street, when Mrs. LeGrande Wright
presented a report of the work of the
railroad department. Mrs. Franc T.
Vail read an article from the Woman's
Journal, dealing with the parade af the
Women's league Iri Denver, which was
undertaken in decorated trolley cars,
and was a great success The treas
urer's report was consider d very satis
the cream of Cod liver Oil, with
Hypophosphites, is for
Weak Lungs, .
Loss of Flesh,
v Crowing Children,
Poor Mothers' Milk,
n fact, for all conditions call
ing for a quick and effective
nourishment. Send'ftr Pampkltt. Frt.
Scott Buwfte.N. V. AllOrugniitt. 6Dcind$l
ROOF TINNING AND SOLDERING
AH ?,?neawny wlth bY ,h Of HART.
MAN'S PATKNT PAINT, which consists
of Ingredients well-known to all. It can be
applied to tin, galvanized tin, sheet iron
roofs, also to brick dWellngH, which will
firevent absolutely any cruuibling, crack
iig or breaking of the brli-k. It will out
last tinning of any kind by many years,
and It's.cost does not exceed one-fifth that
of tho cost of tinning. Is sold by tho job
or pound. Contracts taken by
ANTONIO HAHTMAJ:N. 827 Birch Bt .
Have tod Bore Throat, Pimples, Copper-Colored
Spot, Aches, Old Bom. Uloert In Mouth, llalr
KalllnsJ Wrke Cook Henedy 0,80t Mm
MalTapleA'fcleMo.III.,for proofs of ouree.
Capital asoO-OOO. Pallentsoured ilmrMn
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing; Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' tiso by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting' Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castcria assimilates tho food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend
' Castoria Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers havo repeatedly told me of its
good elect upon their children."
Da. G. C. Osaooo,
" Castoria Is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day Is not
far distant when mothers willconslder the real
interest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the varlous.quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and ether hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby sending
them to premature craves."
Dr. J. F. KmcnELoi,
The Ccntaar Company, TT Murray Streot, Nov York City.
J. Lawrence Stelle,
FORMERLY STELLE & SEELEY,
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.
f ;,sw 1, WACON MAKERS'
l t I : SUPPL.ES.
I . .. ID pnluinilpr I h
V Sharpening, . Jf V Ml
Detachable U V UU UV W UU
We have the following supplies of lumber secured, at
prices that warrant us in expecting a large
share of the trade :
Pacific Coast Red Odar Shingles.
"Victor" and other Michigan Rranda of
White Pine and White Cedar Shingles,
Michigan White and Norway Pine Lum
ber and Bill 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.
A RAN i EE tol'un
fill l tan ftlut Wiu..
f I'SAL MtDICIKE
For sale By JOHN H. PHEIP5,
Spruct Street, Scranton, Pa.
SamaMoiMiiMdtanllible, monthly, mrnUtlnt mtdlelnt. Only htralMt Ud
the purul druft ihonld h unl. If you wtnt the baai, (el
Dr. Peal's Pennyroyal Pills
Toot are Brnniut, wle tail certain lb remit The tenalne (Dr. tel'i) aererilaip
nolat, entuyrlre,il.00, Addrao fiu, MiDiona Co., CleTsUnO, O.
For SalabyJOHN H. PHELPS,
Sprue Street Scranton, Pa. -
" Co3torla is so well adapted to cliiidron that
I recommend it au superior to any prescription
known to me."
H. A. Archer, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
" Our physicians ia the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of thair expert,
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only have anions out
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we aro free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital add Dispemsart,
Allen C. Smith, Fret.,
.134 WYOMING AVE
CLOUGH & WARREN
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS,
Also a Full Lloc of
Juniata County, Pennsylvania, White
Sullivan County Hemlock Lumber and
Tioga County Dry Hemlock Stock
Elk County Dry . Hemlock Joists and
Will .-- Hn ..I. ft wnrV a14 wlih WRITTEV
Nci - tciii Debility, Lots of n.iul romr in ithiMj
comtim ptiou or ionrit,, 91.00 pur boi by mull, 6 box for 93. WUto cvt rr f
order rc bits & nritten. eutriDtov 10 eura or rtluud thft Btoaef. Aailr 1
Pharmacist, cor. Wyoming Ave nut and
Pharmacist, Cor. Wyoming Avenut and
DR. W. H. HACKER,
. Physician In Chief for
The Lackawanna Medical .Co.
327 SPRUCE STREET,
Oppoaito tho Kew Hotel Jermyn, hae opened
officee for tbe treatment and cure of Kidney
Bladder, Stomach, Bowel, Blood, Skfrr
and Nervous Diseases.
The company hue adopted tho plan ot
. NO CURE, NO PAY,
to all responsible partite. Therefore taking
upon themselves the risk of failure to euro,
aud proving to a doubtful public the lupurior
liy of tlie intrtUal talent employed by them.
Tnis offor hold good until January 1, 1891.
Geneto Ur'nry Surgery ia H its
benches will be performed by Competent
Can or send 8 cents In stamps fer "Good
Kows," a treatise on Nervous Diseases of
Office Houra-Ba. m. . to 8 p. in.
BANK OF SCRANTON.
CAPITAL, - $200,000
SURPLUS, - $260,000
This bank offers to depositors evsry f
elllty warranted by their balances, busi
ness and responsibility.
Special attention given to business ao
WILLIAM CONNELL, Vresldont.
GEO. H. CATLIN, Vice-President.
WILUAM H. PECK, Cashier.
William Connell, George II. Catlln, Al
fred Hand, James Archbald, Henry Bella,
Jr., William T. Smith, Luther Keller.
STILL IN EXISTENCE.
The World Renowned and Old Reliable
Dr. Campbell's Great Magic Worm
Sugar and Tea.
Every box gurrantoid to give satisfaction
or money refunded. Full printed direotions
from a child to a grown person. It Is pure! y
vegetable and cannot positively harm tbe most
tender infant. Insist ou having Dr. Camp
bell's; accept no other. At all Druggists, 'iac.
BOUTS SrHANTON, Pa., Jfov. 10, 1894.
Mr. C. W. Campbell-Dear Sir: I have
given my boy, Freddie, 7 years old, some of
Dr. Campbell's Magic Worm Sugar and Tea.
and to my surprise this afternoon about 2
o'clock he passed a tapeworm measuring
about 8-5 feet in length, head and all. 1 have
It in a bottle and any person wishing to see
it ran do so by calling at my store. I had
tried numerous other remedies recommended
for taking tapeworms, but all failed. In my
estimation Dr. Campbell' la the greatest
worm remedy in existence.
Yours v-irv resnectfully,
FRED HEFFNER, 732 Beeoh Bt
Note The above is what everybody says
after once using. Manufactured by C. W.
Campbell. Lancaster, Pa. Successor to Dr.
John Campbell It Son.
isthDay.lflf2 of Me.
THE QREAT 80th Day.
produces t he above results ln!80 days. It act
powerfully and quickly. Cure, whan all other fall.
Voung men will regain their lost manhood, and eld
men will recover tbelr youthful viior by using
REVIVO. It quickly and surely restore Nervous
ness, Lost Vitality, Impotenoy, Subtly Emissions,
Lost Power, Failing Memory, Westing Diussee, and
sll effort of self-abuse or eioess and Indiscretion,
which unflts one for study, business or marriage. It
not only cures by starting st the east of dlsciee, but
is a Brut nerve tonlo and blood builder, bring.
lug back tbe pink glow to pale cheeks and re
storing the Are of youth. It wsrds off fatuity
and Consumption. Insist on bavin REVIVO.
other. II can be carried In vest pookat. By mail,
1.00 per packue.or six for SS.OO, with a posi
tive written guarantee to core or refund
the money. Circular free. Address
"OVAL MEDICINE CO., S3 River St.. CHICAGO. ILL
loi sale by Matthews Bros Dragglst
Scranton . Fa.
UAKUtACICRERS' Aoiirrs ros
TRENTON IRON CO.'S
VAN ALEN & C0.'S
OXFORD IRON C0.S
RERCHANT BAR IRON.
REVERE RUBBER CO.'S
BELTING, PACKING AND HOSE.
FAYERWEATHER & LADEW'S
"HOYT'S" LEATHER BELTING!
A. B. BONNEVILLE'S
"STAR" PORTLAND CERENT.
AMERICAN BOILER CO.S
"ECONORY" HOT AIR FJP.mCS.
GR1FFING IRON CO.'S
- BUNDY RADIATORS.
434 LACKAWAN NA AVE.
A Handsome Complexion
Is one of tbe greatest charm a woman oaa
possese. Fouoai'a Ookplbxio Poworna
gives it. -