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THE SCR ANTON TJRIBUNE- FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1001.
NOTABLE SURGICAL OPERATION
Hare Success That jboII'owccI in tho
Cnso of Miss Lizzie Olles.
MIhh Lizzie OIIch, of Jermyn, wum dis
charged fiom Dr. Wheeler's hosjiiitul
It will be readily vecaltod tlmt M'ns
lillcH underwent ii Biirslcnl operation
on April 2 at tin' ubovo liospltal for
iiuuialKla cm tlio left sldo of the fucu.
riht! had been Hiifferlns sorely for sev
eral numtliH ntul to the extent that her
iiiltul had become greatly affected.
After prolotiKod consultation It was
tln'ally decided that surgical Interfer
n nee of a serious nature was tho only
means to relieve bur. Accordingly, she
was removed to Dr. Wheeler's hospital
and Dr. Uecd Burns assumed charge of
lie performed what Is culled "Hart
ley's operation" openlnpr the skull at
the temple of the affected side, lifting
up the brain and kowIiik the offemlltiK
uorve close to the brain substance.
71, litis proven eminently successful,
and has been watched with great In
terest, by all medical men In the valley
on account of the fact that It Is onu of
the most dinicult and serious of all
surgical operations. Many local and
several Scranton physicians witnessed
Miss Giles has suffered no pain since,
pxeepL that proceeding from the cilt
ilnff of shin and bone necessary to the
She Is entirely relieved of Hie sore
distress that was wrecking: her life
her recovery having been rapid and
Before the operation she was obliged
Id subsist upon ilulils and could only
obtain sleep through the use of enor
mous doses of opTUm. She now eats
well and sleeps without the influence
of opiates or drugs of any character.
WEDDED AT ST. HOSE CHURCH.
The Nujitials of Miss May Brennan
and Robert Marsh Last Evening1.
The tilth wedding of the week at St.
Kose church was solemnized last even
ing, when the marriage of Miss Mary
)u. Brennan, only daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Brennan, of Powderly street,
and Robcit Marsh, of .lermyn, took
The prominence of the bride in her
social tot attracted a large number of
her friends and acquaintances, and in
the presence of those well-wishers the
young people wore bound by Itev. M.
The bride was attended by Miss Cath
erine MoDonough, of Gordon avenue,
and the groom's brother, Thomas
Marsh, was his best man.
The bride wore a stylish traveling
suit, with gold and bluo velvet trim
mings, and most becoming headgear.
Miss MoDonough, the maid, had a
gown of brown, with pink trimmings.
A reception followed at the homo of
the bride's parents and was attended
by the immediate friends of the par
ties. .Mr. and Mrs. Marsh will reside at
The bride Jias a wide circle of sin
core friends. Mr. Marsh is employed
in tlio offices of the Delaware and II ud
siiii ut Scranton, and is a young man
of ability and energy.
WILL OPEN WITH A PARADE.
The Cottage Hose Company Fair Ar
An event that is being keenly antici
pated Is the Cottage Hose company's
fair, which will open in Burke's hall
on Monday evening next.
This popular organization has been
industrious for several weeks in pro
paring for this enterprise, and the re
sults of their plans and labors will bo
levealed on Monday evening next.when
the fair will be opened to receive the
A varied programme, one that will
surely meet with approval as the sev
eral entertainments are given, will
govern the week of amusement and
The opening night -will surely attract
the widest attention, for the committee
has arranged to precede the throwing
open of tho doora with an imposing
The procession will include the three
hose companies of tho city the Colum
bias, tho John Mitchell and the Cottage
Hose companies. The Mozart band will
head the Hue of march, and will dis
course popular music, with the uni
formed tiremen following with Illumin
ations that will add to the attraction
of tho occusion.
This prelude to the week's pro
gramme will undoubtedly prove a
popular move and will bo quite a fae
lor in the success of the enterprise.
Among tlio prizes that are conspicu
ous in tho Inducements to patrons Is
ono for a hundred dollars In gold and
another is a drawing for a china set.
The undertaking will undoubtedly
meet with the bupport and success that
it well merits.
Contralto Soloist Engaged.
A valuable acquisition has been made
to. .the -Fiist Congregational church,
Klghth avenue and Church street, in
the ''person of Miss" Myra Wits:, of Jer
myn, Mibs Hiltz is a contralto soloist and
until recently participated in the solo
work of St. James church at Jormyii,
her home. She possesses a voice of
vigor and power that has been devel
oped and cultured by painstaking ef
forts and under tho direction of Mrs.
Onulley, a skilled instructor, whoso
studio Is at Stroudsburg,
In Miss lllltz and Mrs. Bennett, tho
Congregational church will have two
excellent contralto voices, ami under
the direction of Mr, Nuylor, the chor
ister, (here will be an added charm to
the musics at this church.
Goes to Battle Creek,
jThe position which Daniel J. Uobln-
sqii, at onu time clerk at Hotel Antlira-
olje, and the American house, has ac-
edited )a chief clerk at the Mammoth
I'M iTuvrriir In Battle Creek, .Mich.
J Battle Creek Is a celebrated resort
f for people of the middle west, being
MOTHER GRAY'S SWEET POWDERS
for ClilUlitn. Mother Orjy, lor jn.u a nurse j
thf I'lilklri'ii's Home in Ntw Viifc, (nuli-d i,.
-Jien niicrpwlully will' 4 kiihiIj, now inuiuriil
M'iI tilled in the drus Merit, cilled JMlur
iruyS Sweet l'owil for Clilldrui. lluv are
vmnlfk jg mill;, pliasant to tuVc end never fill,
A icrUIn euro tor li'iuriiliiit, roiittljutluii.
licsdJiht, Utlliinit and (.toiiunU dUoidtr. ami
rviutne woinw. At all ilruijsUU. 23c. Suinple
rat I'ltlU:. AJlrtM .Mien !j. Unused. U-ltvy,
delightfully located In Northern Michi
gan, Tlio Postuni Cereal company, tho
makers of the cxtonslvcly advertised
"grape nuts" preparation, him erected
a mammoth hotel, at a cost of halt a
million dollars, and lutvo christened It
the "Post Tavern." It Is the general
management of this hostelry that Air.
iloblnson has been tendered, and at u
inunlllecht salary. Mr. llohlntsoti basil
host of friends In Carliondalc, who wilt
require In this recognition of his Ill
ness, and their wolt-wlshcs will accdiu
pany him to his now Held,
SECURED A GOOD ORDER.
Foundry of Lindsay & Walsh. Fa
vored by tho Dickson Manufactur
A gratifying circumstance of llio
growing Industrial Importance of Car
bondalo is to be found hi order for
work that, from time to time, conio
to llrms lu thin city from leading
manufacturers throughout tlio coun
try. A notable example at this time is a
substantial order that tho Lindsay &
Walsh foundry, on Seventh avenue,
has received from tho big Dickson
Manufacturing company, of Scraulon.
Tile order Is for quite a supply of
repairs for breaker machinery, prin
cipally parts of rollers and crushcru,
and an occasional part of a hoisting
or stationary engine. For many years
this repair work was finite a profitable
item for the Dickson company. All of
the work that accumulated at tho
breakers in this region went to this
corporation and during the quiescent
periods in machinery construction l ho
Dickson company always relied on this
repair work to keep Its foundry hands
busy. Jteccntly the company baa
broadened Its field and it now requires
every energy to meet the demands fur
heavy work, such as locomotive ma
chinery and tho like. As tlio result,
it has been forced to
for miscellaneous work
has been fortunate in
distribution. This is
seek an outlet
sharing In the
i hopefill sign
and tho regret 's that more cftorts are
not made to attract and s-eeuro :i
larger share of this clas of work,
which, of necessity, goes elsewhere.
The Lindsay & AValsh foundry has
alto been quite successful in obtaining
oiders from other Scrauton concerns
which could not bo accommodated at
AN EAGLE'S CAREER ENDED.
Charles McCann Lays Low a Fine
Specimen of the Bird Family.
Charles McCann, of Sand street, while
out shooting in tho woods about the
"swamp," yesterday, laid low a tine
specimen of the bird family a big
Mr. McCann ended tho powerful
bird's career with a truly aimed shot.
The charge passed through tho eagle's
breast and the big bird fell from its
lofty perch mi a -tree, and was dead
when picked up. The first shot from
the rifle did not disturb the eagle, but
the second charge finished the chapter
of its existence.
The eagle is as line a, specimen as
has been seen in these, parts. It has
tho appearance of an old bird, large,
powerful talons and heavy plumage.
Between tho tips of the spreaded wings
it measures exactly eight feet. Mr.
McCann will give the bird over to a
Attending' as Delegate..
Miss Delia Chumard nd Miss Agnes
Mills attended the convention of
the county and Seranlon City unions
of Chrisitan JOnclenvor as delegates
from tho society of tho First Presby
terian church in this city which wiis
held In Scranton yesterday.
B. A. Kelly, one of the grand trus
tees of the Catholic Mutual Benevolent
association, is In Titusvllle, attending
a convention of that order.
New Business Enterprise.
II. O. MoGeo, who has successfully
conducted a grocery business on the
South Side, has decided to reach out.
his enterprise and will open a large
general store at Simpson in the build
ing until recently occupied by Simpson
& Watkins, This will give Mr. McUee
new opportunities and in his departure
ho has earnest wishes for success.
A Miner's Experience.
William Kdwards, a miner at tho
Northwest colliery, had a narrow es
cape from death Wednesday. A huge
mass of top rock fell and by jumping
backward he saved his life, ills leg
was caught and badly crushed. One
of the bones was also broken. Dr. Ma
lauu dressed tho Injuries.
Death of a Child.
Mr, and Mrs. William Walsh, of
Green street, are mourning tho death
of their threo. mouths-old daughter
Alice, who riled early yesterday morn
ing, Tho funeral will bo held this af
ternoon at 3 o'clock. Interment In St,
At tho Hospital.
Kedor Dlvanzaek, a miner at tho
Glemvood colliery, MuyJIold, was ad
mitted to Emergency hospital, having
been injured by a fall of rock. The
man's back was badly Injured, necessi
tating tin operation on tlio vertlbrae.
The ladles of tho Women's Christian
Temperance union will hold a mothers'
meeting In Tempernnco hall, Haleni
avenue, tills afternoon at ;s o'clock,
All ladles are cordially Invited.
George :, itaudolph camp, ia, Hons
Branch an, p. m, n. A.
Caibondalo canton, fatiiarchs Mill,
. Tlio Passing Throng,
.Mrs. F. ;. Burr Is In New York
W. G. Giles was on a business trip
to Windsor, ,. Y., yesterday,
Mrs. I W, Kdwarris, of Scranton,
has returned home, alter a short stay
at her former home In tihs city.
II. V. Cross, district passenger
agent for the Delaware and Hudson
at Scranton. was a Catbondiile vlsl
William U. M'allu, assistant general
mnnager of tho hake J.oriora Improve
ment company, made a business trip
to Carbondalo yesterday.
G. A. R. POST SMOKER.
Talk by Dr. H. C. Wheeler Com
maimer McComb In Charge.
D.ivlcs' Tost had a huge represen
tation at Its regular meeting Wednes
day night, when tho most Interesting
sisslon for several months was en
Joyed. Business was transacted with celer
ity up to s.:io o'clock. Then a recess
was declared, in order to receive Dr.
II. C. Wheeler, who had consented to
give llio veterans an Informal talk on
tho modern methods uf tt eating
wounds, as compared with the time
prior to half a century ago, boforo
tho discovery of anaesthetics and nn-
The doctor was escorted to the hall
by Comrade Kimball, who had boon
assigned that pleasant duty. Tn n
ntat little speech, the escort presented
the doctor to the presiding olllccr.
Commander McComb ussured the
.doctor that his presence was very
agreeable to the members of tho post.
Ho directed noting ollicer oftlle day.
Comrade Inch, to provide military
honors for the guesl of the evening,
and to accompany him on his journey
to tho place of highest dignity "in tho
post room. On reaching that station
Commander McComb gave the doctor
a cordial welcome, and Iho comrades
emphasized hlf eloquent words by
The discussion of suigery was xrry
instructive, it was exemplified by
crayon Illustrations, made by the doc-tor.w-ho
has a dexterous and deft way
of "illumlnatina- Ills Ideas. For forty
nili.iitos the "old boys" Hat in a circle
watching, listening, smoking: and
Then the doctor ended his discourse
by telling bow his admiration for our
soldiers of T,l-'t;r, had grown as he had
become tamllfur with tho history of
their achievements and suffering. As
an appropriate liiiale to accentuate his
admiration, respect and reverence for
the saviors of the union, he recited
Tennyson's Charge of ile Light Bri
gade," to show how men will rush to
glory and tho grave In obedience to
oiders, though 'someone had blun
dered," anil then ho compared the val
or of our soldiers, who fought to per
petuate our government that people
yet unborn might enjoy the heritage
of freedom and liberty.
Commander McComb made a tine
speech, in recognition of tho service
tendered by Dr. Wheeler, and led the
comrades in giving three rousing
cheers, and a tiger, to attest the ap
preciation of tho post. After the
guest, of the evening had retired, the
business se--slon was resumed, and tho
regular oilier of procedure observed
The success ot the function was due
hugely to the thoughtfulnoss and
eneruy of Commander McComb, who
arranged the programme and who was
an exemplary presiding ollicer.
Resigned His Position.
Jerry O'Bourke, whoso genial spirits
won him many friendships, lias re
signed his position at the American
House, where ho was in charge of the
wine room. Mr. O'Rourko was former
ly employed at Hotel Anthracite. Ho
is considering an offer from out of the
JERMYN AND MAYFIELD.
The Gleuwood colliery at Maylield
was the scciio of considerable excite
ment yesterday morning by an acci
dent, which resulted in two men having
a. narrow escape of their lives. The
accident occurred at the culm dump,
where a. number of men were engaged
In loadintr 'the culm into cars for the
washory. The inon were apparently
unaware of the danger that threatened
them, and were busily scooping the
culm into the cur when a large mass
of the culm slid down from the top of
the pile, completely burying Henry
Howniau, one of the contractors, aim
a Hungarian laborer. The three cars
which the men were loading wore also
buried out of sight, and tho mule at
tached to the cars was partly covered,
Fortunately, some of the other men
who were engaged at tho Job wore not
caught, and these at once commenced
the rescue of the two men. No trace
of Bowman was to ho seen, but as ho
was by the side of tho cars when the
fall came the men had a pretty good
Idea, of whore lie was iniprihuned.
Others who had witnessed the accident
also ran to the spot, and in a few mo
ments there were at least a hundred
people there. Bowmun was found about
two feet under the ciilni, Ho was stand
ing erect and had been forced against
one of the cars. He was almost suffo
cated by the time the culm was cleared
from his head, and It was a consider
able time before he was fully released
from the mass that surrounded him
and held him so tightly. The Hun
garian was burled to the neck only,
and the other workmen did put havo
nitioli dlflli'iiltylu rescuing him. Neither
of the men were seriously injured,
which, considering the great amount of
culm that fell upon them, must bo con
slrlored a very fortunate escape.
Thomas houghney, a mlddle-agod
man, icsiding on South Main street, fell
on the sidewalk in riout of jis resi
dence, about i o'clock Inst evening, dls
locating his elbow. Ho was attended
by Dr. S. D. Davis, ,
Miss Lizzie tllles,whci recently under
went a very severe operation In rjr,
Wheeler's hospital at Carbondale, Is re
covering nicely, and lust evening was
brought to her homo, on South Second
Fred Hadger. of liiimhuintnii, is vis
iting his brother, Ontario and Western
nisputi her Badger, of Cemetery street.
The ulypbant Minstrel company will
hold forth t the opera house tonight,
Tlio advancu salu of tickets has boon
largo and a crowded house is assured.
Previous to tho performance tho com
pany will parade the principal streets
headed by Uotn's band.
Tho degreo staff of tho I.ady IJIlen
IViiuian Kebekah lodge will hold a
mooting lu their rooms In Sweeney's
hall this ovenig at 7 o'clock.
The I tubbor Necks huse bull team
will hold a social in Mahon's hall next
Tuesday ovenlgll. I.iiwnincu orchestra
will furnish tho music. They will play
a game with a team from Carbondale
on the Brlwu's ground lu tho after
noon. The funeral of James Grady took
place fiom his late homo on Scotch
street yestcrduy morning and was
very largely atclnded by friends ntul
relatives of the ramlly. At 10 o'clock
tho remains were taken to St. I'at
rlck'd church, where a requiem high
muss was Bung- by itov. Father Mc
Laughlin, tho curate, who also
preachod nn Impressive Mourn! ser
mon. Btitltil wiis made In St. l'atrlek's
cemetery. The pall-bonrorn were!
Cleorgo Evans, Anthony Itogan, Will
lain Gllboy, John l'otllgrew, John
Moran ntul James Mlsset.
James 10, Watklns, of Taylor, visited
his brother, l'rofessor T.'W. Watklns,
Thoinas O'Mulloy and Philip Norton,
who have been vhiltliig the, formcWn
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John O'Malley,
of Dunntore street, for the past two
weeks returned to New York yesterday.
Justice of the I'eace Mason left yes
torday to visit relatives In Poultuey,
A special meeting' of local W. of Sta
tionary Firemen, will be hold this (Fri
day) evening ut the usual place on
Bailroad street. All members are re
quested to bo present and come pro
pared to settle up for their dues. Una
sous for doing the same will bo given
at the meeting. Will Iho Truth and
Times please copy.
A surprise party was tendered Miss
Mario Owens at her home on Union
street on Wednesday evening by a
number of her young friends, who took
possession of her home for the even
ing and made the occasion one ot
much merriment and pleasure. Games
and various other amusements wore,
indulged lu and lefreshnients were
Tho Taylor, Pync and Archibald, of
tho Lackawanna, company, will re
ceive their pay on Saturday.
A new orchestra has been organized,
comprising eight pieces, with William
Jenkins, the well-known violinist, as
dhector. They will moot every Tues
day and Friday, commencing this
evening, in Negley's hall, formerly the
There will be a meeting of the ladi03
who are interested in the fair of tho
haekawnnna lodge, No. 113, American
Protestant association, in Llewellyn's
hall, this evening at 7.'M o'clock, when
tho wives and daughters of every
member of the lodge are requested to
The following officers were elected at
a recent meeting of the Amerlrao
Protestant association: AVorthy Mus
ter, A". J. Richards: deputy master,
Samuel J. Kvans; recording secretary,
William G. tlowolls; tinanolal secre
tary, Thomas M. Davis; assistant sec
rotary, D. II. Keese; treasurer, Thom
as D. Moses; trustee, David Boose.
The Taylor Union Drum corps will
conduct a plcniu In Weber's rink on
Decoration Day. ,
The remains of John, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Patrick AValsh, were Interred
in tho Minooka Catholic cemetery yes
Remember tho ice cream social at
tin.- Calvary Baptist church tomorrow
evening, under the auspices of the
young married women. Supper, 10
The funeral of Mrs. Sarah Carroll
occurred from the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Charles Burdett, of Union
street, yesterday afternoon. Inter
. ment was made in Forest 3 1 ill ceme
Funeral Director It. J. Davis spent
yestorday at Stroudsburg.
Invincible oommandory, No. 252,
Knights of Malta, meets in regular
session this evening.
Mrs. Robert Hood, of Plltston, has
returned home after visiting relatives
Agent F.. T. Jenkins, of Bailroad
street, is homo from a month's visit
with relatives in Brookvillo, Ohio.
Miss Julia Simons has returned to
her lionn- in Carbondale. after being
tho guest of friends In this borough.
.Mrs. John G. Thomas, of Grove
street, is quite ill.
Mrs. D. C. Kdwnrds, wife of Bev.
Kdwards, of Slain street, is seriously
Miss Kmina Morris, of North Taylor,
and Charles neeehem, of Main street,
wore united In marriage on Wednes
All members of the Easter chorus of
the Methodlst Episcopal church are re
quested to meet at tho church on Sat
urday evening next.
Tlio coal collieries in tills vicinity are
working short time of late, on account
of scarcity of cars.
11, J. McCormick will move his fam
ily to Orange, N. J,f May 1. where bo
has secured a position.
The Twentieth Century society will
hold a senses exhibition In the lecture
room of tho Methodist Kpiscopal church
on tlio evenings of Slay 1, U and S. A
tine programme will be given each
evening. The booths at o lu charge of
tlio following: Flower booth, Miss
Myra Hoffecker, Miss May ISngllsh,
Miss Maggie Jones: eiirlo booth, Miss
Jessie Jlol'teckei', Miss Louisa Hen
dricks, Miss Lou Hughes; Ice cream
booth, Miss Gwen Griffiths, Miss Rose
Bray, Miss Isabelle Ganzenmullor:
senses of taste booth, Mrs. Reed, Miss
Maud Troverton, Miss Curtis; enter
tainment committee, Miss Stella. Wario
nuin, Miss Jennie AVtlllnms, Miss Nellie
Glnnville. Admission, live cents,
William Thomas, l" years of ago,
employed at Storrs mine No, as a
driver boy, had his right ankle crushed
Tuesday afteroiion while doing his
duly In tho mines. Thomas was stand
ing on ono side of tho track on a
piano when a trip of curs camo down
and some object on tho track caused
the cars to leave tho track, running
over Thomas' foot. Hu was removed
to his homo on Main street, where a
doctor was summoned and dressed the
I Frank Smith, 1J years of age, em
ployed at the O. w, breaker at Throop
as a slate picker, had his arm crushed
yesterday nflprotiiiu while picking
slate. He fell and his arm was drawn
into ono of tho cog wheels. Ho was re
moved to his home on Carmalt street,
where a doctor was summoned nnd It
was found necessary to amputato the
arm nbuvu the elbow.
Miss j.ulu Welland was taken to the
Scranton Private hospital on Wednes
day evening, wheiu shu underwent an
operation for appendicitis and is get
ting along nicely.
Mrs. Kit for, of Main street, spent
Wednesday afternoon with friends at
llierc will lie no tertirc Jt the flaik' fiiccn
iluplUt lliunli Miluldy, A.il 29. bmiic will
lli lll'l'l Jt tlic lljlk'n Mlllllllit Ml'tho.lla liiulUl,
'I lie iM-lur of tin' IIjiiIM iliuicli will (iii'ivh.
Siiiiiu at 11 3. in.
StoncciittcrH who work on Hnmlstono seldom livo to bo moro flinn fifty
years of ngc ami nearly nil of thum lio of luii"; ilisr.iKO duo to llio inhalation of
mineral dibit. Another class of workers who succumb to lung troubles aio thoso
who prapiu'o feathers for trimmings and ornaments. They inhalo tho floatinD;,
feathery particles, and in three years disease has a linn hold on them. Tho
grinders nnrl polishers of cut-glass rarely live beyond the ago of forty. Thoy
too die of lung trouble. The average death rato for consumption is reckoned at
,nbout sixteen per cent, of the total mortality from disease. Hut among Hint-
workers that percentage leaps from sixteen to eighty per cent.; among nccdlo-
polishers to seventy per cent.; and among lllo-cuttcrs to sixty-two per cent.
Those are some of the trades that kill.
These facts and figures force upon our attention tho delicacy, of the lungs and
the other organs of respiration. It is impossible to bo too careful of tho lungs,
and the very first symptoms of weakness in these organs should be at onco met
and overcome by the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
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already died with it so I thought I must go the same way. t was in a terrible state of
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ALBERT T. PATRICK INDICTED.
Charged with the Murder of Will
iam Maish Rice.
fly liM'ltbhc Wuv finin 'I In mti'il l'if
New Vnik, April -"' The indli inient
UKaliJHt Albert T. Putrid; for murder
la the lll'it ilrHieo was handed up to
ilty. Patrick is iliaru'd with the mur
der u f William Mui'fih It Ice. There
are ton counts In iho indictment. Put
rid; is charged .directly with the mur
der. Charles F. Jones, the velci. IHni;
ignored altogether, in separate counts
of tho indictment Patilck is ctiarscd
with kllliut; ltlce with chloroform and
mercury, together, and with chloro
form unil hu unknown poison together,
altogether, ami I believe that God and
saved my lite, u hen I commenced to take the medicine I
could not pump a bucket of water and could only carry half a
bucketful. Was so weak I could not sweep a floor with a carpet
on it; in fact, could hardly walk. Since taking Dr. Pierce's
medicines I have done the washing and all the work for five in
family, picked berries and worked in a canning factory. Any
invalid wishing to know about my case may send a stamp for
return reply and I will answer."
If is agreed to-day by physicians that consumption is
not inherited, but. is communicated
another. It is, however, true
lies there is a tendency to
ireatly increases the liability of its members to
to that dreaded disease. Tho use of Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery by thoso who havo
" weak " lungs, will result in the strengthening of
these, organs, and enable them to resist or throw
off disease. "Golden Medical Discovery" cures
deep-seated coughs, bronchitis, bleeding of the
lungs iind other forms of disease which if neglected
or unskilfully treated may Iind. a fatal termination
"I cannot speak too highly of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery," writes W. S. Long, IJscj., of 'Frankfort, Sussex
Co., Del. "'After recovering from a spell of pneumonia. I
was taken with a terrible cottuh, and
me any good until I began taking the 'Golden Medical Dis
covery.' Before I took the medicine I was very weak and
nervous, with no appetite, and could not sleep at niiriit.. and
my friends felt sure that I had consumption. Before taking
one bottle my appetite improved greatly, and after taking
four bottles I was completely cured. I think there is no
medicine equal to Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
and strongly recommend it to all similar sufferers."
If you arc suffering from an obstinate, lingering
cough, if your lungs are "weak" or delicate, or if
you have developed lung trouble, and arc weak and
emaciated, you may take Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery with the assurance that in scores and
hundreds of cases like your own the use of the " Dis
tsoVory" has resulted in a perfect and permanent
Persons suffering from disease in chronic form are
invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter, free. All cor
respondence is hold as strictly private and sacredly
confidential. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo,
Don't be fooled into trading a substance for a
shadow. Any substitute offered as ''just as sjood"
to Pay for Cfotiai;
l.caveb no reason why you and
your family should not be dressed
m i' .itjinii vMth nil Lime of the ar
Tli'1 In ilctlli- lit chni'KiDK Patrick.
M.uil'liv .Meyer and D.illd I,. Short
iilth forgery uas wiiltui nut, lull noi
handed up to the recorder. Putlick
Is Indicted I'll ,i charge of (oi'KillK four
checks. on the Patrick will, so
calkd, executed June 110, J'.MiO, all llnee
men, Klmii, Patrick and Meyers, an
clunked with forgery in the llr&t do.
Myers Bill Signed,
ItoiMjiiiit, .iiil 5. -(iimmiur luiic Iwli)
MSnul llii' M.U'i lull ciuvMiny lui lu ivn
IiuIkiiik uf timiilii)i 91'liooU .ml lu I'lmiil... Iiljli
mJiuijU lui liAWifcliili--.
Dr. Pierce's medicine
from ono person to
that in some fami
lung weakness, which
iiothin" seemed to do
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