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TIIE SCRANTON TRIBUNE TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 1895.
H. N. Patrick's New Addition to
-Clark's Summit .
FIRST-CLASS BUILDING LOTS, ADVANTAGEOUSLY LOCATED, NOW OFFERED FOR SALE,
40x140 TO 50x200 FEET, RANGING IN PRICE FROM
50 TO S175
ARK'S - I
Sold on easy monthly payments of from $3.00 to $5.00 per
C j r-rr t t ii . I 1 i I
summit, ouu Deaumuny Locaiea lois.
Free Shade Trees.
Spring Water, Pipes to Premises.
No Wells to Dig.
This beautiful and healthful suburb' of Clark's Summit
has grown more rapidly in the past five years than any other
town in Lackawanna county.
Sixty-five per cent, of alt the buildings erected at Clark's
Summit are upon lands sold by us.
-Property lias in many instances quadrupled in value in
the past four years, and now affords a very sure field for
speculation. People who know how and why towns grow
predict a rapid development and rise in that portion of Clark's
Summit known as WOODLAWN PARK.
A small sum of money will secure a desirable lot NEAR
THE DEPOT with no high hills to climb when you return
Inquire at the Woodlawn 1-ark
North Washington Avenue,
Rochester fl 2 2 0 0 0 0
Y 'uTtL tyJ Wilkos-Barre 0 0 3 0 1 0 1
VVUkM-narre 9 Rochester 5
Providence 0 Toronto 7
Buffalo 1 Springfield 6
Yeeterday'B Eastern leairue parries
did not change the position of the
clubs. Providence and Buffalo, by
losing, ere placed within easier reach
by Scranton. If 8irlnfleld had lost,
Wllkes-Barre -would have been tied
with that club for first position. Scran
ton did not play, the. frame scheduled
for yesterday at Syracuse havlnff
been played last Friday. No games
re scheduled for today, atthouirh some
of the clubs may play postponed
Standing of Eostorn League Clubs.
Tomorrow's Eastern I.oogue Games.
Scranton; at Wllkes-Barre.
Syracuse at Rochester.
Toronto at Buffalo.
'' Springfield at Providence.
COLD DAY FOR ROCHESTER.
Chilly Oomo and Weather all In Wilkes
' Barre's Favor.
Rochester- May 27. Rochester and
Wtlkes-Barre played a slow game thin
afternoon in a raw wind that cut to
the bone. Harper was weak and his
support lacked trnap. The teams ki-pt
neck and neck until the seventh In
ning, when Lytle's three-bagger paved
the way for a run for the visitors. They
added four more in the eighth through
Harper's close pitching and O'Brien's
error. Wente made a home Tim In the
second, tho first that has been scored
here this season. Attendance, 00.
Payne, rf. ......
'Wente, c ..
Earl out on lnfleld fly.
s.l c 11. H. O.
4 ' l
l t, 1
10 if 13 2
Earnarl runs Rochester, 2; Wllkes
Barre, 3. First base on errors Rochester,
2: Wllkes-Rarre, 1. Two-basa hits Ham
burg. Shannon. Earl, Smith. Three-base
hits Lyttle, Shannon, Earl. Home run
Wente. Sacrifice hits Hamburg, Payne,
Stolen bases Lush 2, Hanrahan, Karl.
Double plays Hanrahan to Shlnnlck to
Hamburg. Left on bases Rochester, ft;
W'llkes-Barre, i. liases on balls Off Har
per, 4; off Oampfleld, 1. Struck out By
Harper 4: by Campfleld, 3. lilt by pitched
ball Lyttle. Wild pitches Harper, 2.
Time Two hours. Umpire Weldman.
FINED IJY DOESCHER.
Argument and Discipline Features of tho
Toronto, Ont., May 27. Providence
was beaten here today In a close con
test by a score of 7 to 6. Weather was
chilly and attendance small. There
was considerable kicking during the
contest, and Umpire Duescher fined
Strieker and Captain Murray $10 each.
The champions were ahead when the
home team passed them In the eighth
on singles by Rlnkoly, Dcmont nnd
Freeman and Strieker's fumble. Score:
. H. O. A. E.
2 3 0 0
10 2 1
2 3 0 0
12 0 0
8 3 2 0
2 4 0 0
2 9 0 1
10 2 0
30 27 8 3
. H. O. A. E.
1 3 2 0
10 0 0
16 0 0
1 3 '3 1
2 & 4 1
2 5 0 2
0 0 0 0
10 27 U 4
10 0 0 2 07
.2 1 0 0 00
Meara, If 1
Blppl, 2b 1
Freeman, cf 0
Basse It, Sb
Earned runs Toronto, 2; Providence, 1.
First base on errors Toronto, t; Provl
ilonce, 3. ,t.rt on basca Toronto, II;
Providence, Ii. First busc on balls Olf
EaKiin, 2; off Shaw, 3. Struck . out Hy
Kagau, 2; by Shaw. 2. Three-bane hlts
Hmlth 2, lilxon. Twu-base hits Oiaey,
KnlRht, Strkker: Stolen bases Casey.
Double plays-Htrloker to Rogers;-Demnnt
to Ulakely; Ulakely unassisted. Hit by
pitcher By Eagun, lj ,y X'ttw, 1. Wild
pitches Shaw, 2. Time 1.33. Umpire
WAS A PITCHER'S 1JATTLE.
'sons' Errorless Game Couldn't Eyunl
Buffalo, N. Y., May 27. It was pitch
er's battle between HulTalo nnd Spring
field today, and Callahan was the mure
effective. Attendance, 1,200. Score:
Shearon, rf. .....
to your home wearied from the toil of the day; where you
will be able to view Nature's magnificent handiwork in vast
expanse and beautiful arrav; to drink water of crvstal purity
welling from springs WITHIN THE PARK AND PIPED
TO YOUR PREMISES.
You can obtain the conveniences of the city with the de
lightful surroundings of the country at surprisingly low rates.
No other Park in the County of Lackawanna can offer
the natural advantages you will find in WOODLAWN PARK,
at Clark's Summit!
Our lots range in size from 40x140 to 50x200, but
with alleys, etc. Our prices are from 50 to 175 per lot
R. H. O. A. E.
2 1 13 1
0 110 0
0 3 3 0 0
0 18 0 1
10 10 0
110 2 0
1 2 B 2 0
0 10 3 0
Si hetller, rf
6 11 27 11 2
Surlnirfleld 1 1 0 0 0 0 4 0 0-
FJarned runs Buffalo, 1; Springfield, 1.
First baso on errors Buffalo, 2. Two-base
hits Shannon, Gunson. Stolen bases
Leewe, dchcfller. Bases on balls OiT
Vlckcry, 3; oft Callnhun, 2. Htruck out
By Vlckery,3; by Callahan, 4. Wild pitches
V'lckery, 2: Callahan, 1. Passed halls
Ounson, 1. . Hit by pitched ball Mnttenus.
Deft on bases Buffalo, 8: Springfield, B.
Double plays Leewe to WIho to Field.
Time 1.5v. Umpire Snyder.
National league game
was postponed on ac-
at New York
count of rain.
of National fLcngtio.
P. W. h.
Pittsburg 28 2fJ 8 .714
Cincinnati 20 20 10 .007
Chicago 30 19 11 .:
Cleveland 29 17 12
New York 25 13 12 .fCO
Philadelphia 2.1 IS 12 .520
Boston 21 12 12 .WW
Baltimore 22 11 11 .M
Brooklyn 2 u 111 .SC,
St. Louis so H Jli .870
Washington .' 2 t 17 ,3W
Louisville 25 5 20 .200
At Lancaster Lancaster, 3; Carbon-
At Harrlsburg Harrlsburg, 7; Hazle.
At Allentown Pottsvllle-Allentowngumo
postponed, wet grounds.
Cleveland at Syracuse.
Syracuse, N. Y., May 27. The Syraouo
Cleveland exhibition game was slopped by
rain today at theciid of tho fifth Inning.
Syracuse 0 0 0 0 0-0
Cleveland 0 0 0 2 02
lilts Syracuse, 2; Cleveland, B. Errors
Syracuse, 1; Cleveland, 2. Batteries
Kllroy and Rafter; Sullivan and Blake,
After Pitcher Hudson.
President Belts has opened negotiations
with the Philadelphia club with tho pur
pose of securing the release of Hudson,
who lust season pitched effective ball for
Scranton and was sbfned by Biisiton. Pres
ident 1U Us on Sunday wiled the Philadel
phia management that Scrunton would
take Hudson If the terms are satisfactory.
This telegram wus followed by a letter nnd
a reply Is expected today. Since his re
lease by Boston the ex-.T-ranton twlrler
has been knocked about from pillar to post
end his work has not been satisfactory.
It Is believed here that with steady and
permanent work he will round out Into
his old-time form which mude I) I in In
vincible as a State leaguer.
This Is moving duy In the Eastern
league, the clubs opening tomorrow a se
ries In the league's southern cities.
. The Wllkes-Hurre players wero nil born
north of Pennsylvania; their record during
the past two weeks, of arctic weather
proves It. 1
Today's Nst'onnl league games will bo
played In the esst. For the next Ihren
weeks a decllno may bo expected In the
stock of the western clubs, which are In
the leudlng division.
Says the Washington Post: "Manager
Arthur Irwin, of tli I'hil.ilelplilaii, will
probably larm out Catcher Uindy, I'iteher
Hoilsun and luflvlder Charley Rellly to the
I'arl.on.lule elub of the I'l-nnnylvauia
hanue," 'es. llodsun will go to Cni-iimi-dalt
If Scranton decides not to take h.m.
L!sten to what n New ork paper says
about "Long Tom" b ia.iiii'Kiiaii: "Flan
imcliun, the young pitcher who is doing
such good work tor lb J Carboiidalo team
of Hie Penmiylvon.n league, Is be ng care
fully wntclito by several of the big league
n.ui.asera. They nilfht Just as well ccaso
worrying their minds about him, for ho
still belonc-s to St, Louis Browns, Von dcr
Ahe never having released him."
Amutcur Ibisc Hull Notes.
Tho Red Stars defeated the Sumner
Avenue Stars yesterday by a score ot 6
The Starlights accept tho challenge of
the Trllbys for Juno 2, 2.30 p. m. If con
venient nnmo tho grounds soon. Answer
through Tho Tribune.
Tho Young Recorder Juniors would like
to play a gamo of ball with the Little Po
tatoes Hard to Peel on Decoration Duy,
D. Thomas, manager; H. Burke, captain.
Yerterday's game between the Eurekns
nnd the .lurries Hoys was called at tho end
of the llfth Inning on account of rain.
The score stood fl to 5 In favor of the James
The Hustlers accept the challengo of tho
Olyphant Browns to a game of baso ball
t be plnyed on tho latter's grounds Deco
ration Day at 2.30 p. m. JameB Logan,
Tho Mulberry Street Stars chnllenge tho
Young Tennlcs, to a game of ball on Deco
rutlon Day to bo played on Culm Dump
grounds nt 3 p. m. Hurry Angle, manager;
Geoige Smith, captain.
Tho slnkors employed at tho Dickson
shaft rhiillenge those of tho West Ridge
shaft to a gaiuo of base ball to be played
at the Driving park on morning of July 4.
Answer through The Tribune.
The Mooslc Bnse Ball club would llko to
play a game of ball with the Brown Jun
iors, of Olyphant, on homo grounds. A
return -game will be played. Answer when
you can pluy through Tho Tribune. James
The Starllnhts would like to hear from
any club Ln the city, players under 18
years of nue, and would like to play tho
gnmo thnt was called May 9, with the Jolly
Eleven club, on June 9 on the Tunnel
grounds. P. Cummlngs, captain; E. Todd,
South Sldo Marksmen.
Tho shooting match which took place on
tho South Uldo grounds last Saturday be
tween several prominent marksmen wan
won by Ed R. Conley by two points nftor
on exciting contest. After tho match the
contestants and their friends were enter
tained by II. Mohr. They afterwards ef
fected temporary .organisation of tho
South Side Gun club, the following being
elecled temporary ofllccrs: Thomas II.
Spruks, president; John WatrOus, vice
president; Edward R. Conley, secretary;
T. H. Sprukn, treosurer, and James Lovo
luss, range master. A permanent organi
zation will bo afTcetod Saturday, June 8.
When you cun get yottreycu hc!cii
Any Iohh of vision from nito or
defect can he corrected by the use
of the Aero-Oj'Btal lenses, which
will stop til) p." in in tho head,
llavo no other. The Acro-Cryslal
lent.ef are so;U only by ' ' ;. ,
:' DeWSTT- -;'
EVE SPECIALIST AtlO JEWELER.
11, 111 h: laiuy.u 10 li u. m., I. iu6. u ..lull p in
:03LflCXVftiL . SCSA..TJi,M.
the cheapest and most desirable lots for building or speculative
WOODLAWN PARK :
No Taxes to Pay.
Free Life Insurance.
No High Hills to Climb at Woodlawn
We can sell more land for less money than can any other
firm at Clark's Summit, because we purchased at low rates
and have secured all our improvements at minimum cost and
have no high priced force of clerks, etc., to pay.
We will take you FREE OF CHARGE to view Wood
lawn Park, and the other parks at Clark's Summit, and you
can then buy intelligently and with full knowledge of the most
There are several Parks at Clark's Summit. Do not
purchase of us or anyone else, until you are perfectly sure
you have secured the most satisfactory site for a home. And
remember, the lots at Woodlawn Park arc the cheapest and
the Clark's Summit Depot, or of H. N.Patrick,
BRAND" . ; . . .
The Finest That Are Offered
to the Trade.
122 N. Mala Avenue, Scricton,
ON OTHER lEGFCIIHL
Some Events of the Day on the West
Side of the City Noted.
AN EXCHANGE OP UMBRELLAS
Led to on ExcltinR Sec no lletwccn Lon
11. Jones nnd Pouchitis H'ord-Kntcr-tolnmcnt
at Jackson Street llnptlst
Church on Decoration Day.
Two prominent West Side youngr men
were the principals ln a forcible mis
understanding which culminated In
bodily blows yesterduy afternoon. Lou
II. Jones and Douglass Ward own um
brellas which are very much alike in
appeurance, though Mr. Ward's is the
mure vuluable. A few days ago both
young men entered the Farmers' Dairy
milk depot, on Jackson street, and each
deposited his umbrella In the same cor
ner. In leuvlng Mr. Wurd got Mr.
Jones' umbrella, and Mr. Jones got Mr.
Yeslerdny both met in tho depot und
Mr. Ward accused Mr. Jones of theft,
so tho latter suys. The accuser de
manded his property nnd wanted It Im
inedlately. Mr, Jones claims that he
consented to exchange umbrellas when
he went home that evening. Hot words
ensiled with the result Mint Mr. Ward
grasped the other, who Is dlmlultlve In
stature, by the shoulders. Mr. Jones
reciprocated the misplaced affection by
B blow,, which landed on Mr. Wnrd's
chest. They were separated and Mr.
Wurd obtained his umbrella by sending
n messenger for It to Junes' house.
on Decoration I von Inc.
The following programme will bo ren
dered ot the Jackson Street Uaptsit
church on the evening of Decoration
Maicli , .Miss Winnie Hurr's
l!y Kull Chorus and Audience.
UocltaUos,.. "Blue aod Cray"
M 'riant I'arry.
lAltoBolo and Cboriin,
"tin r I.nyal Tried nnd True"
Mrs. Mate Wutli'nn und Party.
lluot "Ybe Fiun Tin y I.ov.'d io Well"
U:tf.e Thorns 4 and Nellie Lunes.
Chorus.,,... "l.tt l' vVep o'er the Tomb"
. '"J hey I'ut no Flowers on l'r.;:a'g Crave"
March and Chorus "Our Free America"
Fifty-two Young Girls.
Solo and Chorus,
"Come Where the Pride of Columbia
Rosts"... Thomas G. Reddoe and Party
Solo... ....."One, Flag, One Country Still"
Miss Annie Williams.
Solo and Chorus "Patriotic Medley"
Kdith iieddoe and Full Chorus.
Accompanist Winnie Harris
Will Serve tho Ilunquct.
The Epworth league of the Simpson
Methodint Episcopal church has se
cured the honor of furnishing the menu
for the next annual banquet of the
High School alumni, to be held soon.
'Mrs. W. N. Chase will have charge of
the menu proper and Lou It. Jones will
superintend the waiters. The league Is
making a great endeavor to acquit it
self favorably and all members are
working strenuously toward that end.
Other Items of Interest.
The public schools close on June 21.
Mrs. 1). H. Thomas has returned from
Kleuzer Evans Is recovering from an
attnek of rheumatism.
W. W. Davis, of North Hyde Park
avenue, is in New York.
Mrs. Walter S. Heck, of Towanda, is
Visiting Sumner avenue friends.
Myron Evans returned yesterday
from a visit to Wilkes-Hnrre relatives.
Daniel Rubertsjon, of North Rebecca
avenue, Is visiting relatives ln Shamo
kln, Mrs. William Q. Thomas, of Lafay
ette street, Is recovering from a severe
Miss Maggie Phillips, of Price
street, is visiting friends at Wllkes
Harre. The young son of iMallcn trior Edward
Jones, of North Hyde Park avenue, Is
W. D. Jones-, of Carbxmdale, is visit
ing City Assessor U. D. Jones, of North
Hyde Park avenue.
'Miss 'Margaret Deary and Winifred
Dohurty, of Jessup. spent Sunday with
Miss Sadie M. Nicholson, of Luzerne
A llllputian entertainment will be
given this evening In the Plymouth Con
gregational church by the Sunday
school Infant class.
At No. 11 school today nnd tomorrow
a collection for the purpose of purchas
ing flowers for the nation's dead will
be taken up.
Tommle Rodwny, a 10-yenr-old lad,
living with his parents on North Sum
ner avenue, fell into nn excavation
Saturday afternoon, thus breaking his
arm. Dr. J. J. Roberts was called and
Is attending the buy.
West Sldo Business Directory.
PHOTOOrtAPHER-Cahlnet Photos, $1.40
per dozen. They are Just lovely. Con
vince yourself by cnlllng at Starner's
Photo Fnriors, 1U1 and 103 South Main
GROCERIES Revere Standard Java
'ogee Is unexcolled. Tho leading coflfeo
of tho dny. For salo only at F. W. Ma
son ft Co. , Fine Groceries, US South
SECOND HAND FURNITURE-CASH
for anything you have to sell. Furni
ture, Btoves, Tools, etc. Cnll and see
the stock of J. C. King, 1024 and lOitf
WALL PAPER Go to Fred Reynolds.
206 North Main avenue, and see his
complete line of Wall Paper, Paints
and Window Shades. Just opened with
PLUMBING William D. flrlfllths. 113
North Ma'n avenue, does first-class
Plumbing, Steam Heat and Gas Fitting.
Satisfaction Is strictly guaranteed.
June S, the birthday of Jefferson Davis,
hnn been made a legal holiday in the state
PUR15 r.TCH BLOOD Is essential to
good health, because the blood Is the
vital fluid which supplies all the organs
With life, llood'r 6araapaTUIa is the great
I HOOD'S PILLS are purely vegetable.
I hai-iidcM, effective, do nut pain or gripe.
best at Clark's Summit. Investigate and satisfy yourself ort
More trains run between Scranton and Clark's Summit
than between Scranton and anv other of her suburbs along
the line of the D. L. & W. R. R.
TRAINS TO ACCOMMODATE
Feople wishing to reach Scranton before 7 a. m., and to
leave Scranton after 0 p. m. have been given recently.
ELDER NICHOL ARRAIGNED.
Ho Is llclng Tried by a Commission of the
The judicial commission appointed by
the Lackawanna Presbytery to receive
evidence and adjudicate on the charpra
preferred against Elder James M.
Nichols, of the Second Presbyterian
church. Cnrbundale, met in that city
yesterday, and were engaged in the
work until a late hour last evening, nnd
adjourned to meet nt 0.15 o'clock this
morning, to receive further evidence.
The mntter was brought to the at
tention of the Lackawanna Presbytery
on April 17, when a letter was ro:: d
from ltev. Charles Lee. stating that as
the session of tRe. church were nut able
to try the charges, by reason of a di
vision among themselves, referred them
to tho Presbytery with the request that
the Presbytery assume the case.
The following were appointed a com
mission to investigate tlio charges:
Revs. W. H. Swift, (1. E. Guild. N. F.
Stahl. T. A. Mills nnd Alfred Hand, W.
H. Holmes nnd Thomas H. Athevton.
When tho Inveptgntlun was adjourned
last night, thfcommitteedeelined to rrive
ony Information further than the f iot
that the Inquiry was adjourned, but it i
Is understood that the charges preferred j
against Elder James M. Nlchol are Fueh I
mat are alleged to constitute a gr.-.ve
heresy, which assail the doctrine of the
Rev. P. H. Kennedy, the popular pas
tor of the church, resigned liis charge,
ns he was unable to fullll his duties
owing to the iliflleultles created by the
division anion? the members. Another
meeting of the commission w'U bo hold
this morning beginning at U.Ij.
REEVE JONES' RECITAL.
Gave a brilliant Performance on tho
Piano Last Xipht.
One of the most successful phno re
citals ln this city was Riven by Reeve
Jones at 'the Young Men's Christian as
sociation hall last evening In the pres
ence of n. large and fashionable audi
ence. The. programme cumiu-is.nl num
bers sch-Oled from the rt.indni'd au
thors and th execution of the various
pieces showed it ho same as displayed
In tho selection.
Mr. Joins has a touch rarely wit
nessed wml his performances on tho
Weber wero received In -the most
heanty manner throughout tb.- own
ing. In the "Grand Polonaise" by
Liszt, there is no doubt that he
crowned all his efforts. The manner
ln which ho brought to light the hid
den beauties of this work of th? great
master, proved that ho Is nn artist of
unusual merit and ability.
Mlsa Sullivan, soprano soloist at Elm
Park church. asslMrd Mr. Jonen dur
ing the evening by singing a selection
of music from the works of Nevln, A.
Thomas and others. Miss Sullivan
creai'.fd a most favorable Impression
and her songs were enthusiastically
manentiy ml nerrons m-caiun. , jk.-Ii nn J) ont:
Memory. IiuiHnf llraln po-.ror.l'ewliifhp, waKf
fnhmw, l.nnt VlMiHr. nl'Tiiflr emlnjKMin. evil
i;rcam.luil"tc!iojriirvl wail lift illsnasesrailiaeil ty
voulltrii! err-crB or xfr I occiIim no
iniitiiU". I" a nerro tnnlenn-l f;-o1 bo!l!ee.
Waken flro rnii iel imnr ntreru aim cliimii. Iv.miy
Carrie,! Ol wot pecli'Jt. Wl I""' lux! lor Vli. Hr
IMHll liMmM "till " wrliuin Ktinmn'ee to eurn .r
woner reliinfli',1. Wi'e m f"r l'rt ie.ucul
bnnfc, snt. penlort I 'I p'nln wrippoi'. wlilcli 101.
fllns tnsllmnnliili nn"! luiiuielnl r.O"noro :.i
Olin-o lr cMllm'ln. itrwutr of miff
IiiinM Solfl lv our ,'ulv 't-tlfed mrent. or r li i-i M
w A&msuToN.con. bpulxe, puuiioiars.
ses at Clark's
.-r v '-:
DR. E. GREWER,
The F'.iiindeiphia Specialist, and his asso
clRtod slOiT of English and German
physicians, are now permanently
iocalt ,1 at
Cld Postoffics Building, Corner Pennr
Avenue and Spruce Street.
The doetor is a tri.'nii:ae 01' tin) LTnivor
slty of Pennsylvania, formerly demon
Ftrator of phypiolo'-y n::d surgery at th
Vfdtco-ChtrurKU-i.l (olleuo of Phlladel"
phia. His enoeuatie? :;ro Chronic, Ner
vous, Skin, Heart, Vnb and Ulood dis
eases. DISEASES CF TIIE NERVOUS SYSTEM
The symptoms of which aro dizziness, lack
of conlnk net poximl wen -mess in itwii
niul woirn'ii. all ri.inff in throat, spots
floating before tho eyca, Iops of momory.
iiiinhlo to c .icrnuYiU thn mind on one
BnMet, ortiiy stitrilotl whon pnddenly
ppoken to. nn.i dull listrossoJ mind, which
iiiiIUm thorn for rerfrminjf tho notual du
tits of life, niakinf? huppincfs impossfblow
distrosriiiK tho ai'tion of tho heart, caus
ing Hush of heat, th'pi'osskm of ppirits.evl!
forehorlinRP. cowanlico, fear, -dreams.meV
nnoholy, tiro onsy ot" company, feoMii? as
tired In th morninct ns when retiring
lack of cnorpy. nrrvoiifness, trrmldlng,
confusion of liioiTht.drpras.sion, contipa"
tlon. woakiitss of tho limhB, etc. Those ho
off not od i hould consult us Immediate!
ard bo restored to perfect health.
Lost Manhood Restored.
Weakness of Younct Jlun Cured.
If you have been Riven up by your phy
sician call upon the doelor nnd bo oxarrt
l"ed. Ho euros the worst casea of Ner
vous L'e'-llity, Perofula. Old Sores, Oa
tnrrh, I'iies, Keniele Weakness, Affec
tion:! of the Fye. l-.nr, Nose nnd Throat,
Asthma, Di alness, Tumors. Cancers ana
Cripi'le.s of every d"seriition.
Consnllntioes free and strictly sacred
nnd confhlenir,. oni"o hours dally from
9 11.ro. to i .m. Sunday, 9 to 2.
Kneloso five 2-rent pinmpa for symtpom
blanks and my book called "Now l,ife."
1 will ny cfne tnousand doling In polil
to nnyono whom I cannot cur of EPI
LEl'TIC CONVULSIONS or FITS.
IH. K. ORRWER,
Old Tost Ofllco TJuildlniT, corner Pena
avenue and Rpmcn street.
lusie Powder Oo,-
Rooms 1 &nd 2 Conunowcalth BId'g, .
fflKG end BLASTINS
MADE AT MOOSIC AND RU8H
1AJ.U WORKS. ...
'T.nmia ft Rand Powder Co
Electric fnttories, Fnsoi for explod
, lnK bliista, Safety Fuse ana .1
Rapa-ano Chemical Co.'s High Explores
1 -' - .