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THE SCRAXTON TBIBTJNE "WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1895.
Settled . .
(These short serial stories are copyrighted by Bacheller, Johnson & Bach
eller and are printed InTheTrlbune by special arrangement. simultaneous with
their appearance In the leading dally Journals of the large oitlea).
"I confess, ymi have made me feel
rreepy." unM Fiirrester. "My Jove I
I'd feel Inclined to blow my bruins out
if my expectations were wrenched from
nu'! However, there is no use in going
half way to meet trouble! Don't sup
pose I mean to throw away my money.
1 Intend to keep a firm hold of It. My
scheme Is to buy a place in the country
not a grand place, you know a su
perior sort of shooting lodge, and make
it my headquarters; at any rate till 1
marry, as 1 suppose 1 shall! l!y the
way, 1 saw an advertisement of the
very thing 1 want In the paper 1 got at
Dover." He rose as he spoke and
crossed the room to where his ulster
lay over a chair ami pulled a newspa
per from the outside pocket. With It
came the lace scarf, which he threw on
the table as he reseated himself to read
the templing description of Ideal shoot
ing quarters on the border, to be sold
at a great sacrifice.
"Ah! well, It Is time enough to think
of purchasing property Just yet." said
Dixon. "I say, where did that come
from?" nodding toward the scurf.
"Have you turned a diptomaniac?"
"No!" said Forrester smiling. "This
Is a treusuie trove which I must return
to its rgihtful owner. A young lady
who traveled over with me from Paris
a deuced idee girl, too, Dixon! I was
almost late for my train and Jumped in
without noticing that there was an
other passenger already seated till we
were moving off when I saw a young
thing in black at the other side of the
carriage stand up ami wave a kiss to a
stout, elderly, gray-bearded man on
the platform, liy and by I put up the
window for her. and we got Into con
versation: it seems that she had never
been in Kiigland since she was an in
fant. Her Kuglisli was perfect, and a
plight foreign accent gave it dis
tinction. 1 never met any girl
who talked like her. She is not what
you would call pretty, but she has ;i
pair of eyes, by Jove! you can read vol
umes lu them, and they look you she
was so composed and at her ease. I
might have been another woman for
all of eucpietry lu her manner, I had
a deJCed pleasant Journey, I can tell
you. But for all our talk I could not
get the smallest clew to who she was
or where she was going, except that
the gray-bearded buffer at the station
was her papa. I'd like to see her
again, Dixon. I picked up that scarf
which she dropped at the station as
fOie was going off. I saw her address
n her wraps, and I'll take the scarf to
" Don't he a fool, ("is!" said Dixon
gravely, "She may be an adventuress,
"Han't nc a Fool," SaiJ Dixon, Gravely.
and you are given to getting Into
scrapes about women. You remem
ber" "Xo.'I don't." Interrupted Forrester.
"Why should I worry myself about the
follies of my boyhood? I never got into
permanent mischief. And Dixon, there
was something devilish attractive In
"Take my advice, don't go and see
your fair friend; send the lace by par
col post with your romplimonts why
trouble yourself further about a chance
acquaintance who may be a mere ad
venturess for all you know; remember
you are a big catch now."
Forrester laughed heartily. "Do you
think 1 run not take cure of myself, old
"Yes, I do; you are Just the sort of
fellow to get into a scrape, and pay
dear for extrication."
"Many thanks for your flattering
opinion! I'll see how I feel tomorrow.
I may not be Inclined to take a Journey
due north my charming companion
lives at Kilburn. Hut, Dixon, your
news has taken the bloom off my glori
ous anticipations! What do you think
of the outlook?"
"Oh, the other side wil have to prove
a lot, the marriage, the birth, Identity
nnd no end of points. I have no great
fear, hut we had better be careful."
"J shall , try to enjoy the next few
weeks, whatever . happens! There's
nothing so foolish as not to Improve
the shining hour."
The following day was fully and
pleasantly occupied. With replenished
pockets, Forrester visited hlgh-dlass
tailoring and outfitting establishments,
also his club, where he was recognized
and all mothers who are nursing
babies derive great benefit from
Scott's Emulsion. This prepara
tion serves two purposes. It
gives vital strength to mothers
and also enriches their milk and
thus makes their babies thrive.
Is a constructive food that pro
motes the making, of healthy
tissue and.bone. It is a wonder
ful remedy for Emaciation, Coneral
Debility, Throat and Lung Complaint,
Cough, Cold, Anaemia, Scrofula and
Wasting Disaaes of Children.
Stndfor PamfklrttnSccll'i EmulttoH, V.
Scott Boone, N.Y, All Druggist. 60o.ind$l,
by several acquaintances and cordially
greeted. He was always popular, and
vague rumors of his succession to un
told wealth threw his popularity Into
"it Is all deuced.ly pleasant," he
thought, as he sut at breakfast the sec
ond morning after his arrival in Lon
don, "tiad! everything wears a new
aspect, but" There was a break in
tile current of his thought, he became
vaguely uware that something was
wanting, and at the same moment his
eyes fell upon the black lace scarf
which hung neglected over the back of
"liy Jove, 1 will go und see her!" he
exclaimed, half aloud. "1 am not such
a fool as Dixon thinks. Why should I
avoid u lilt of harmless amusement." he
reflected. "Her eyes have haunted me
ever since we said good-by- a ml she' ll
miss her scurf. Yes, I'll be off to KU-
Please Walk in, Sir.
burn as soon as it Is late enough to
call. 1 suppose I may call before
luncheon'.' there is nothing very prim
or struck up about her! Then I can
get back In time to look ut that man;
Bligh was recommending. I'll he off,
and frighten idd Dixon with nil uc
count of my visit after it has become
an accomplished fact!"
He finished his breakfast Very delib
eratelywalked to his club, where ho
read and replied to several letters,
looked in at his bootmaker's and tail
or's, and at length hulled a hansom
and set forth on his voyuge of discov
ery. "Thirteen Alma terrace, Kilburn,"
he said authoritatively to the driver.
"l!og pardon, sir, but Is it before or
after we come to the station?"
"Oh! 1 haven't the faintest notion!
Ask the policeman or anyone when we
get near It." '
'Kilburn Is a biggish . place, sir,"
returned the Jehu, and they drove off
at a good pace.
It took many Inquiries and divers
turnings to and fro. buck and forward,
before Alina terrace was discovered,
and proved to be a melancholy road
bordered by semi-detached villas, with
very high, steep steps to their front
doors. No. i;i had very fresh lace cur
tains and brightly polished brass han
dles, and a neatly-kept garden.
"Wait," suld Forrester, descending
nnd ringing the bell. The garden gate
was unlatched by some machinery
from within, and by the time he had as
cended the high steps the door was
opened by a rosy-faced girl of perhaps
12, with a huge cap and long white
"Please w'alk In, sir," was her reply
to his inquiry for Miss Cavallo, and
Forrester was ushered Into a front
room which opened Into another at the
back originally by folding doors, which
were now removed and replaced by
portlers of many colors, ("heap Jap
anese screens, brackets upholding spe
cimens of Indefinite china, painted tam
bourines, photographs, oleographs, and
many other "objects d' art" decorated
the walls. Some gay colored rugs here
and there partially hid a threadbare
carpet. A widely varied collection of
chairs offered rest to the weary, and a
sofa, draped by a huge rug of kangaroo
skins filled a good deal of space In the
Forrester stood In the window gaz
ing at the door, which soon opened to
admit his traveling companion who
came in with a half-amused smile play
ing on her lips and gleaming In her
eyes. She held his enrd In one hand.
"It Is you, then?" putting out the
other to him. "I was puzzled who
Captain Forrester could be."
"I have taken the liberty of calling
without permission," began Forrester.
"Hut I was anxious to restore your
property which I found on the floor di
rectly nfter you left the station, I tried
to overtake you In vain. Now, here It
Is," and he took the scarf from his
"Oh, thank you very much! I wns so
vexed when 1 missed It! My mother
gave It to me on my seventeenth birth
day. I value it greatly. Pray sit
She unfolded and examined the lnce,
saying softly: "I am so glad to have It
again!" Then she lifted her smiling
eyes to his and added: "It Is very good
of you to take this trouble. Hold how
did you find me out?"
"That was easy enought. T am not so
unobservant as to miss making a men
tal note of the address on your wraps!
After enjoying a talk with you I was
anxious not quite to lose sight of so
agreenble a companion!"
"That Is very flattering," she re
turned, laughing a pleasunt refined
laugh, ForreBter thought. "I did not
think that words of wisdom came nat
urally to me."
"oh! I do not mean to Insult you by
saying that your conversation was Im
proving. That would nol have created
a wish to hear it again. Are you going
to make any stay In town?"
"I may he here a month: I may be
"Why do you banish yourself to these
wilds? You are too far from every
thing." "Because there Is no other place for
me. I am alone and know no one In
London except Mrs. Iliirtlett, and she
Is a friend of my father and mother.
Mrs. Hartlett Is my hostess, the ludy
who came to meet me."
"Oh! you'll be deucedly bored here.
What are you going to do with your
self?" "Oh, no, I have plenty to do. No one
Is bored who Is nut Idle. I am golntf
put with Mrs. Itnrtlett this afternoon
to present some of my letters of Intro
duction. Thut will take most of the
afternoon. In the morning I have my
practicing and letters to write."
"Indeed but all that Is not amus
ing," said Forester, much puzzled.
Why should she present letters of In
troduction? What was her business?
Why did she want husinuss?
'"Perhaps It Is Intcivsllng, which Is
belter than amusing. I came over to
try and find engagements us a concert
singer, though 1 fear It will be very
"Ah!" a long-drawn ah!
f'l am rather anxious about It. You
?e my father has spent a great deal of
money upon me, both lu Paris und
Milan, und I want to make some now!
Are you fond of music, Captain For
rester, and do you know any musical
"I am deucedly fond of music, but
must acknowledge that I only Iguo
rantly worship. The only musical
personage l know Is a Dr. Dclnuey. He
was in my regiment. He has retired
now, and lives somewhere In the north.
He used to sing Irish melodies and
Jacobite dil lies very Veil, Indeed."
"Ho was not professional."
"All" she evidently dismissed De
"Tlioueh I am no Judge, may 1 ven
ture to ask for a song?" asked For
rester. "You would really like to hear me
'Then you must tell me truly If you
think my singing would please English
"1 shall be brutally frank," said For
rester. "Yes, pray do!" She rose and went
to an open piano on which lay a quan
tity of music. "1 shall sing you a lit
tle Neapollan liarcarolle," she said,
"quite one of the people's songs."
Thcaccompnnimcnt Imitated a guitar.
Her voice was contralto, wonderfully
rich and full, to come from so slight
a form. She sang with spirit and ex
pression, putting a graceful espleglorie
Into her rendering of the verses.
"If file public don't like that they will
be hard to please!" exclaimed Forrester
"You like it? Yes, I see you do! Anil
I suppose you represent the ordinary
cultivated public!" and she turned to
look tit him. Forrester was greatly
fascinated, she was so frank, so unaf
fected, so lu earnest about her work
and transparently simple into the bar
gain. , Their talk flowed easily, until inter
rupted by the entrance of Mrs. Hartlett,
who sailed In uttircd in a trailing black
silk afternoon dress, a cap of black
and gidd lace Willi streamers of red
ribbon and a 'plnceiies' witli a long
handle hung by a ribbon from her neck.
Her nose looked even more prominent
without the background of a bonnet.
Smiles wreathed her lips and satisfac
tion beamed ill her eyes which were
something the color of a boiled goose
berry. "N'ow this is nice and friendly of the
professor," she began, when she Inter
rupted herself, "why, it Is the gentle
man you traveled over with, Angela."
(To be Continued.)
isOMi: M; COLNT1LS.
California lias One Digger lliun lour
Status Put Together.
From the New York Sun.
East of the Kocky mountains there
are only twelve counties in the L'nit .'d
States containing more than 5,0'JU
square miles. Not one of these Is In
New York state, the largest county of
which, Sr. Lawrence, covers only ".W"0
square miles. One of the twelve Is
Aristook, the forest county of northern
Maine. Another Is Dade county. Flu.,
which Includes the everglades of Florl
du along tlie Atlantic coast, and has an
area of u.tioo square miles anil a total
population of less than '.. Cherry
county, Neb., in the extreme northeast
of the state, with the Snake river divid
ing It In half, hart an area of ii.KBS miles.
Three northern counties of Minnesota
lying south of Manitoba and west of
Lake Superior. Heltranil, Itasca, and
St. Louis, have respectively .1,(110, u,iy
and ii.SGO square miles. The last county
Includes the important city of Duluth,
but the (list has a population of only
3n0,' and the second only of The
population of Duluth Is .".".iw.
Two counties of Idaho, Hingham, con
taining the lava fields, and Malm, south
of the Nez Perces' reservation, contain
more than lo.eoo square miles each.
Two counties In Texas, I'ecos and Kl
Paso, have more than fi.(l(K) square
miles. Pecos, which Is In the extreme
west of the state, on the Hlo tlrande,
has fi.VnO. Kl Paso, which adjoins It
on the Hlo firande, has D.T.'iO. One coun
ty of Colorado, Arapnho, has an erea
of "1,220 square miles, but It Is still more
notable from the fact that It has a pop
ulation of ir.0.000, including the city of
Denver. Houtt county, in the same
state, has an area of fi.OUO square miles.
On the Pacilllc slope counties, like trees
and fruits, are of gigantic size. Six
counties of Oregon, three counties of
Washington, seven counties of Nevada,
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For Red, Rough Hands, with
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Rultl throughout Ills world. IMai.Soc. PoTTEn
l)iiuu and c 11 1: H . (Join-., Hole I'nipa,, Iluitun.
All AboutthuHLIn, Sculp, and Hair," fro.
&J ACHING SIDES AND BACK,
Hip, Kldhoy, and Utarlun pulns and
Wpiikn(mMi relieved In on minute
i liv thn liiitlttara Ami. PmIii Plantar.
I VjjBTM Unit aud only ualo Witig plmUir.
and seven counties of California have
more than 5,000 square miles. The larg
est of all In thelTnlted States Is the
county of Sun Hernardlno, to the east
of Los Angeles, Its area is 21,000 square
miles, nearly half the size of Nev. York
Matv, and .1,000 miles larger than New
Jersey, Delaware, Connecticut, and
Rhode Island combined.
Till: WOULD OF LABOR.
Canada has 39 banks.
Illinois has IM.IHIO Swedes,
From the Philadelphia Kccord.
t'tuli claims anlhraelte coal.
Vnolo Sam has 2,riH).(MKI mules.
(lermany has tiiMUii distilleries.
Jerusalem has 135 liquor bars.
London has riO,(Hl women clerks.
1 1 'lli'lo Sam lias liS.litf poslufllees.
Thin country has HO.IWO Chinese.
Ilru7.ll railroads mi-etch i.r.xo miles.
Paper cigars are a (lei-man novelty.
Our Scandinavians number t,uuo,iKM.
An Atlantic liner's crew costs !0,lu0.
Pulled States contains 4,il,i;il farms.
A ton of iliamonils Is worth J;:;."..uoo,0m.
Montana's gold output ill 1SIU: $4.500,0110.
Portugal's royal crown lu worth $K,000,
liiiii. The states have uD),uU0 commercial drum
mers. America contains 12,iioo,u00 business
Ion uses 20,000,001! gallons of milk an
nually. Fin-ope produces B0O,OuO,0iK) pounds of to
bacco a yeur,
America oiel ili-cd, in W.ti, l,til9,4'Ji;,i::0
bushels of coi n.
In 'ixsil, 7'i27.21l bales of cotton were
raised ami packed.
American sheep last year grew wool to
the extent o' nu,, Kni.udii pounds.
The farm lands of fids country are es
timated to he worth $i;i,279,2'p2,ill9.
America exports $072,si',l,:i7X worth of
goods ii ud hnporls only $7 W,TM,'i3.
About a million dollars' worth of sweet
corn was canned In .Maine last year.
Only one lirm In -the I'nlted Slates Is
making slate pencils from native slate.
In China, the hands of clocks stand still,
while the dials are made to move around.
New York Is talking or a building 2'"l
feet wlde.Oiii) feet in length und 15 Bturles
A young woman has applied for the
place of public executioner, now vacant ut
The fishermen along our coats und In
our waters catch $ir,,iK),iK)ii worth of llsh
The Argentine Uepiibllc has 1 ,500,01 Ml tons
of wheat ready for expurt to the markets
of I he w orld.
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nerves and vital powers of the body, add
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newed and Increased vigor the slumbering
vttullty of the phystcul structure, and
through this healthful stimulation und
Increased uctfon the cuuse of PAIN Is
driven uwuy nnd a natural condition re
stored. It Is thus that the KHADY RE
1.1 KK is so admirably udapted fur the
Cl'KR OP PAIN und without the risk of
Injury which Is sure to result from the
use of many of the so-culled pain reme
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It Is Highly Importaut That Every
Family Keen a Supply of
Always in the house. Its uao will prove
beneficial on ull occasions of pniu or sick
ness. There Isiiothlng in the world that
will stop pain or arrest the progress of
disease us quick uu the HEADY RE
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Colds, Coughs, Sore Throat, Influenza
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Head
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For headache (whether sick or nervous),
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spine or kidneys, pains around the liver,
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of all kinds, the application of Kudwuy's
Ready Relief will afford Immeillute ease,
and Its continued use fur a few days ef
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Internally A half to a teaspoonful In
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minutes, cure Urnmps, Bpasms, Sour
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Nervousness, Sleeplessness, Sick Head
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cure of nil disorders of the Stomach,
Rowoli, Kldneya, Bladder, Nervous Dis
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AND ALL DISORDERS
OF THE LIVER.
Observe the following symptoms raiuJt
Itiar from diseases of the digestive orxmaa:
Constipation, Inward piles, fullneaa of
blood In the head, acidity of the atojusrn.
nausea, heartburn, disgust of food, full
ness of weight of the stomaah, sour oruo
tatlons, sinking or fluttering ot the heart,
choking or sutlooatlng sanctions whn
In a lying poiiure, aimnoas ot vision, oots
or webs before the light, fever and dull
pulu In the head, flafJclancy 0 perspira
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Intheaiile.eheat, llmba. and sudden Hushes
ot heat, burning In the ncan,
A taw donna uf HADWAY'fl PIIXS will
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Prloe 25o. per box. Sold by Druggists
or tent By man.
Rend to DR. RAD WAY A CO., Lock
Box MS. New York, for Hook of Advice.
ROOF TUNING AND SOLDERING
All done nwny with by tho use of HART
MAN'S PATKNT PAINT, which consists
of liigivdlcnl well-known to all. It can be
applied to tin, Kalvunlaed tin, sheet Iron
roofs, also to brick dwellngs, which will
Firevent nbsohituly uny crumbling, crack
ng or breaking of the brick. It will out
last tinning of any kind by many years,
and It's cost does not exceed ono-llfth that
of the cost of tinning. Is sold by tho Job
or puuiiii. louirncis lasen iy
ANTONIO UARTMAfaM, 62T Birch Bt
tiers yon SoreTbroat, ltmplM, Conpor-Colorwl
gnoti, Achea, (Mil Hnrva, Ulwra in Month, Italr-
L. 1 1 1 . ..1 UUltn .t..nW 1I.H..1 f'n ItlkT
Kapltal s)aoM00, 1'atUinUcured sine rears
Of approval of 25,000 promi
nent physicians has been
placed on Boviniue, the origi
nal raw food. It is ac
knowledged by them to be one
of their greatest factors in the
cure of all wasting diseases.
Is not a medicine, but a
strength and flesh producer,
giving to the patient at a
critical moment the real
strength not that of a stim
ulant, to tide over the crisis,
and make the physician's
skill available. For convales
cent cases, chrome invalids
and infants, Uovinine is in
valuable. Sold at all drug
gists. The Boviniue Co.,
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TRENTON IRON CD'S
VAN ALEN & C0.'S
OXFORD IRON C0.S
MERCHANT BAR IRON.
REVERE RUBBER CO.'S
BELTING, PACKING AND HOSE.
FAYERWEATHER & LADEW'S
"HOYT'S" LEATHER BELTING.
A. B. BONNEVILLE'S
"STAR" PORTLAND CEIflENT.
AMERICAN BOILER C0.S
"ECONOMY" HOT AIR FURNACES.
GRIFFING IRON CO.'S
434 LACKAWANNA AVE.
PFXTEB BII0B CO., Inc'p. fiplUl, $1.000,0W.
1SKST Sl.ftO HIIOIC IN THE WOULD,
A dollar tared it a dollar earned.
ThULtu.ton'Holiri French llnngola Kid But
ton lioot delivered free anywhere in the U.S., on
receipiiii;aan, uoiwy uraer,
or I'muI Note for tlJ0.
KnuslA every way the boon
PUid In Bit retail ttoree for
J.:). Wo make thl boot
f oiiraelvMi, therefore we guar
9 f'i Jry,A ami if any one fa not eaitafled
we wm re 1 una ine money
or Mtud another pair. pera
loo or common rente.
width t K, ft KK,
izea l to e and hail
lzea. Send your nitt;
will fit vow.
Dexter Shoe Co., BOSTON. MASS.
special I emu 10 jJtaier:
Standard Instruments In every sense of
the term as applied to rinnos.
Exceptional In holdltiB tholr original ful
ness of tone.
. NEW YORK WAREHOUSE, NO. SO
US Adams Ave., New Telephone lildg.
Coal of the best quality for domestic
Use, ami of all slzi's, delivered In any
purt of the city at lowest prloe.
Orders left at mv Ollleo
NO. 118 WYOMING AVENUE,
Rnnr room, llrnt iloor. Third National
Hunk, or sent liy mall or telephone to the
nine, will rvrelve prompt attention.
Hpeeliil rnntrnnts will be made for th
lal aud delivery of Duekn lical Coal.
WM. T. SMITH.
Muropcian Plan. Klrst-class liar at.
tnehod. Iiepot for Horgner & KiikIo'i
S.E.Cor. 15th and Filbert Sts., Pblla.
Most desirable for residents of N. 13.
l'ennsylvuniu. All convenlenees for
-travelers to and from Hrond Htreol
station and the Twelfth and Market
HtlVet elation. Peslrublo for visltlns
geraittonliuiH nnd people. In the An.
T. J. VICTORY,
Wm. Linn Allen
Rtty and sell Blocks, Ilonds nnd Grain
on New York Exehaniro and ChleaRo
lloltrd of Trado, either for cush or on
412 Spruce Street.
LOCAL STOCKS A SPECIALTY.
' G. duB. DIMMICK, Manager.
10 OMi Bill mm
And all who Kiilli.r from Nerve KiihIii,
NervmiH Debility, Errors of youth, etc.,
read the symptom: culling for ireutmeiit
by a specialist.
Disorder of Sleep, Nerve Htruln, Morbid
Habits, Nerve Exhaustion, Pressure and
i'ain in I he Head, Sensitiveness of the
Scalp, Incapacity for Methodical M,.ntal
Work. Weakness of Vision and a KceliUK
ol Pressure In the Eyes, Depression of the
Mind, a Keillim- of 'Anxiety, Sensation of
Dizziness, icnciul Hodlly Weakness, Poor
Appetite, Constipation, Poor Circulation,
Nervous Palpitation, an I'nuccouiituble
Dread or Ke.tr, pain in the Hack and
Limbs, Excitable, Constant Slate ol Pu
rest, etc., etc. If you have these symp
toms or a majority of tlicni, see a Spe
cialist at once.
Fur threatened Drain Softenlnif, due to
excesses of uny kind, call on a Specialist.
lu all cases of Chronic Nerve Strain or
Exhaustion, consult a Specialist.
All NcuralKlc conditions are simply ex
pressions of Exhausted Nerve Powor.
See a Specialist.
Sexual Excesses affect the nerve cen
ters. The brain Is the great nerve center.
Talk Willi a Specialist.
Kidney, Bladder, Hlood and Skin Disease.
DR. W. H. HACKER
Is IhujJiily Specialist In Nervous Diseases
between llutfulo and New York.
Olilce, yj7 Spruce street, opp. New Hotel
Jeruiyn. Hours, 8 a. m. to b p. in.
The Great Blood Purifier and
200 DAYS' TREATMENT, $1.00
And will Po'dtivplvcureid! disease arising
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ous lleadirche. Neuralgia, Dys
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la. Female Complaints, Krysipe
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330 LACKRWANM AVENUE.
Call and Get Circulars.
STILL IN EXISTENCE.
The World Renowned and Old Reliable
Dr. Campbell's Great Magic Worm
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Every bo gurrantead to civs catisfaction
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tender infant. Insist o;i lui'viui; Dr, Camp,
boll's; aucapt no other. At ull Druggists, iic
Boi th S 'ltAXTov. Pa., Nov. 10. 1W4.
Mr. L V. Cnupbell -Dear Sir: I have
given uiy boy, Freddie. T years old, Koine of
Dr. Campbell's Magic Worm hui:ar and Tea.
and to my surprise tli:s afternoon about 2
o'clork he passed a tnpeworni measuring
about 81 feet in length, head and all. 1 have
it in a liottie una any person wishing to gee
it can do so by railing at my store. 1 hud
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for taking tapsworr.li. but all failed. In my
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Yours v.-rv reaiie-'tfullv,
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Noto Tho above is what everybody savs
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Campbell, Lancaster, Pa. clucceaaur to Dr.
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' MINING and BLASTING
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UDiES' ONLY I
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Tha Appearance, of the
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fred Hand. Ueorse II. utlin, Henry Hclin,
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Rational Bank of Scranton.
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