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THE SCRANTON THTBUNJU-MONDAY. DECEMBER 5. 3898.
m NO USE TO FIGHT WITH ADAM. So Declares Evangelist Toy In His Seimon to Hen. Cotislderlns the bad weather. Kvan Bellst Toy's nieetlnB for mon ut tho I'renbyterltin chinch yestcnlny nfter noon wns well nttendod. His text oi i unviu'8 woruH" i mougoi on my ' I ways Hnd turned my feet unto tho ( testimony of the Lord." " That Is what he Importuned his henr- cih to do. He declined man wan hoin with his bark toward Hod nnd that he Iiiih been walklnp away from his maker ever since. He nntlclpiitcd that come would pay "who is lesponslblc for thin? Surely we ate not." No mat ter, he continued, thete is no uo flcht liiB with Adam about It. We have no nrRument nloiiB that line. The con- dltlon Is a fact und wo should turn our feet as David did nnd wulk awaj from hell to heaven. Mr. Toy 8)oko some plenty plain wot da to his male auditors regarding the social ovll and at the close of Ills talk He-eial lalsed their hands fot pi aver. At four o'clock the cvatiRcllst ad dicted a laiRe BathcriiiK of young people nt the Methodist chinch. Kach day this week he will hold ser lces In the I'resbytctlan church in the nfternoon and In the Methodist church In the evening. All arc Invited. HOSPITAL BEPORT. It Shows Among Other Things nn Indebtedness of 91,838.01. President Walker und Treasurer nnd Secretary Norton, of the Carbondale hospital board of dlicctois, have Just completed their lepoits for thu year ending Oct. HO, 1S!S. The receipts wcio as follows: State appropriation, $,",0$3, 31: donations, J2.14J.C0; paid patients, J1.S2S.12; nurses services, $159.75; mak ing a total of J9.214.S1. Tho pilnctpal Items of expenditure were J2,'.ir2 for provisions. J2.H73 for salaries of employes, $1,085 for repalts on building. J 100 for drugs and J375 for equipment. The expenditures In ex cess of recclptH nmounted to J13S.01 nnd unpaid bills nmounted to JI.COO, making n total Indebtedness of 1.813 31. There were CI patients treated med ically, C of whom died; 193 surgical cases aie leeordcd, with 14 deaths. Of course many of these weie emergency cases In which the patients were re ceived in almost a djlng condition. It Is expected tin effoit will soon be made to ialso some of the debt. Just what form It will take has not been decided. cvolcnt nssoclntlon chose tho following ofllcers to shape their destinies for another year: President, Miss Mar garet Cat roll; first vice-president, Miss Urldget McAndrew; second lcc presldent, Mrs. Tllllo Mangnn; recorder, Miss Mi Mi Kelly; assistant recorder. Miss Mary 13. Urcnnan; treasurer, Mrs Theresa Fox; financial secretary, Miss Allda J. Xealou; marshal, Miss Maty McLean; guntd, Mrs, Mary Cnsoy. trustees, Sirs. Kuto McDonald, Mrs Isabello Campbell, Mrs. Mary Kllleen They will be Installed the Ilrst Thurs day In January. Now officers of Gcoige 13. Randolph Camp, Sons of Veterans, aie: Captain, A. AV. Clancy; Ilrst lieutenant, AV. M. Hobbs; second lieutenant, 13ugeno Hudson; camp council, V. J. Finch, George V. Gilbert, W. M. Hobbs, dele gates, Trank H. Smith nnd William Dlmock. alternates, K.T. Kelly and C A. Hedden. Several ballots wcto necessary to de termine tho choice of the majoiity as to the candidates for four olflccs. PRACTICAL LADIES. "FOR MkN, OFFICERS CHOSEN. At theli lecent meeting In Father Mnthew hall the Ladies Catholic Bon- The I'ator's Call says of the latest venture of the Ladles Aid society of the First Presbyterian church "The ladles of Aid society do much for tho church. In addition to furnishing part of the musical force, they are planning for a new carpet In the futuie They wish to hold u Clulstmas maiket It Is to be held In the lecture room of the v. k v. v. . x ti . . vi n , v, v. k . . . . n . n v. . . j k . i . . ". . s . . n . kk . . . , x X X X X K ' x x x x x X x x x X' X X x x X' x x x x X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X SCRANTON STORE. SCRANTON STORE. 124 and 126 Wyoming Avenue. A real barsr am day today That is what lias been planned, and that is what you may expect, for we shall strain every nerve and make every effort to give you equitable returns for the extra ordinary How of patronage that was ours ever since this store has begun to interest you, and especially during the last two days. This advertisement is a bargain list never before equalled in greatness, and your visit today will be well repaid by many savings that you cannot otherwise make. Don't fail to visit this greatest of Christmas stores Look over the Biic-a-Brac stop at the book depaitment and peruse some of the new books drop into the Millinery Department and let us show you some new hats, and don't forget that our Cloak Depaitment has never been so complete as now, special and important arrivals of Ladies' winter Jackets, Furs and Silk Waists having occurred within the last week in view of our re-opening and a big demand. Shop around and compare prices the result will please you 49c 33c 59c Silks 27-inch China silk, very desirable lor holiday lixings, 09c grade. Special Fifteen pieces black bro caded silks, 65c grade .... One lot brocaded and fancy silks, 98c grade.... One lot high class fancy silks; just the thing for waists; regu lar price $1.25 and $1.10. Q Special VOC Special value in Peau de Som latest thing for separate Q skirts; $1.2 grade. Special VoC One lot brocaded and fancv silk, in all the desirable shades, 98c grade. Special 03C Domestics One Jm x I wi tV n,p nieicues. L'dred ints, and fifty be grade. x X X X X X X X V X X X X X X h" X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X ee tVpecial, All our 0c outing flannel pieces 32C lleece back printed ioc grade, 1 62C grade white 3 Special, . . . 3aC Special sale line white Marseilles quilts, ready lor u;e, $1.25 grade. Special o9 C One hundred do?en pine linen towels, extra sue, iaJ5c grade. Special 9C l;ive thqusand yards standard apion gingham, regular . 1 t 1-4C Special 4C Twenty-five do bleached linen napkins, 85c grade. . . 09C Twenty-five dozen '4 bleached linen napkins, $1.25 grade. Special 9oC All our 65c bleached ta- ble damask. Special 59C Dress goods All ol our $8.00 colored wool dress patterns, choice q, . of any $4.50 One lot all wool colored dress goods. ; price has been 30c. Special 5C One lot plaid French flan- nels, joe grade. Special... ,Z9C Choice of our Lansdown in all the street nnd evening shades ; low est prices. These goods sold by anyone at 95c. Our price 79C All our printed French . flannels, 95c grade. Special 45C store news If you are a reader you should make it a point to look here for all that ib new in pub lications. Thib depart ment is complete, and as regauls prices it has yet 10 find its peer for reasonable ness. More than si hundred volumes of one edition found their way to fortunate own ers Saturday, which proves much lor the above assertion. For today we offer again a most unusual value. Popular authors Several hundred books will go on sale comprising titles by such well-known au thois as Dumas, Co rell'i, Dickens, Doyle, I.yall, Cooper, Kliot, Verne, etc. Handy volume size Well bound in cloth, printed on good paper in large type. Pub lisher's price, 25c. 9c Only two to a cus tomer. Toy books Biggest assortment yet shown ; books of all kinds and sies ; books for children of all ages; some litho graphed in colors, oth ers, illustrated in black and white; the ideal book stock to let the children select from; prices range from 5c to $3 BricaBrac and holiday goods Our Bric-a-Brac stock is now complete in eveiy detail. We are qlfenng exceptional values in bisque figures ot every descnption and Bohemian glasswatc in all the new colorings and designs at most teas onable prices. Complete line albums of q every description, from 98c to p5 Full assoitment of shaving and manicure sets collar and culf box es comb and buish cases, hand kerchief and fan boxes & from 39c to 0 Complete line ol jewel cases from 75c to 3.50 Just received, one thousand dolls of every description, , t , liom 5c to $15 All of our 10c colored ciochet silk, per spool 5C Twentv-live dozen white silk embroideied doylies, real value 25c. Special 1 5C Complete line of stamped linens ol everv t description 1 UC up Full line of dresser, wash stand and pillow cases, including em broideied, plani and hemstitched at special pi ices. Complete line ol pin cushions, of every de- scription, from -Z5C up Complete line of toilet sets con sisting of pin cushions and bottles, 3. 68 grade. Special X.9o Gent's furnishing Just received, twenty-five dozen ties, in all the newest effects, con sisting of tecks, four-in-hand, Im perials and puffs, leal val- . ue 71c. Special 49C Fifty dozen gent's fancv scarfs of eveiy description, regular price 39c. Special 2i5C Complete line of men's fancy percale shirts, regular price Q $1.2. Special.'. 9oC Men's natural wool un- Q derwear, special value at.. yoC Men's suspenders of every q, desciiption, a pair from 25c to p2 Special value in men's white fur dress shirt, $1.23 grade. , Special 9oC Complete line of men's fancy half hose, 19c grade z5C . . x ,t . s a .? a x x x X X X X X X X X X X X X X i'fl X X X X X X Lebeckv& Conn A perfect method to develop, Mrcnglhcu, enlarge all went, HtHH1.1l, feeble, portlous of tho bod jr. Effects of errors and ONlLYf" I indorsed by phjilciani. Aj ii'iiiVii I pllancn and treatment sent on vanee. Wrlto for explanation nnd proofs; mailed In plain, sealed letter. Correspondence con fidential. ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, N, Y. X'A'A 'A -A 'A 'A 'A 'A 'A A A 'A A A A .'. U A 'A A A A 'A 'A 'A A A A A J'AAAAAA A AA A A A A A A A A A A A A A 'A A A X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X A A chute h Monday iitnl Tucwlny. Dec. 1 nnd 13, Tnticy nt tides nnd homo hnked Koods will ho on Rule with other atttnu-tlons. CHRISTMAS HUSTLING. Tho hustle of the local mctclmnts and the Immense stocks of holiday goods thoy have nlready displayed do not indicate hard tlmc-8. These things tiuly Hhotv what the huslness man teally thinks nhout the Hltuatloii, They ate evidences of the most encouraging Kind. The Chi latinos business of '9S promises to oNcectl in olume Unit of any piecedlng year. LOCAL AND PERSONAL. The I'lenehoiH1 Alliance, of this city and vicinity, will meet this nfternoon nt half past two o'clock In tho First I'resbytctlan church, llev. T. U. .lop sou will read a paper on "Divorce." Mrs. William llonklns nnd son nr rled Satutday nnd will spend some time with her patents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Watt. Miss Ollna Heirlng will leave tomor row for Washington, D. C where she will lslt relatives for one month. Miss Grace Whitney, of Honesdale, Is tho guest of Mi. Harty Harrison, of Wyoming street. The Ilonesadle Transportation com pany Is a new organization that pro poses to cany fielght nnd passengers between this city and Honesdale after Dee. 31 whether they secuie tho mall route or not. Mrs. James Pidgeon, of Rrooklyn street, Is lsltlug ft lends at Dushore, I'd. IC. D. Puidy, ot Maldfeld, Tuidy and Company, wns In Honesdale on busi ness Saturday. m JERMYN AND MAYFIELD. The boiough council met In regular session last Friday evening. Dr. S. D. Da Is, secretary of the board of health, was picscnt and stated that the boatd had done and was doing all they could do to abate nulnanecs, but as there Is no penalty clause to the health ord luani e they weie powerless to enforce some parts of the ordinance. He sub mitted and asked to hae passed, a penalty clause, so that they may be able to strictly enfoice the oidlnance. The amendment was passed and or dered to be propei ly published, without opposition. Supeiintendent A. V. Oeb liurt, of the powder mills, was present and asked to li.ne an arc light placed at the ltldge load, akso one at the powder mills. The council ordered a light to be placed nt the ltldge load Mr. Gebhait said If a light weie to be placed at the mills they would not ask that the policemen come down there, as they hae a hpecl.il olllcer in theli employ and ho could look after their Intel ohts and the regular police could hao the time spent coming down theie to dexote to the cential patt of the town. The committee who have been looking ufter the lepaii.s on the lire .1 la tin repotted that they weie doing their best to get an electtlclan to come and do the woik nnd just as soon as oik' could be gotten the alaim would be put lit pel fed older. The lollowlng bids weie oideied paid: .lo heph Mauone, $;t!.lS; Kdwin C!iaes, $J Klectiic L,lght company, $111 .'0, Chief McCilnley. 4H C. IX Winter, $231 ",1. Mai tin McAndiew, $S.J.-,, lleoige McCloske. SI .-,(). A bill of Oeoige K. Dunn, amounting to $51 foi lajlng ctoss walks, was laid oer until tin woik is piopeilv Inspected nnd accepted In tin stiiM-t cominllli-e The eiense lor laying the side walk and hettlng cuib atotind the piopeity of blocker Biotheis on Second and llacon stieets was tinned to be $.'7.r. GS, with un addi tion of ji) per tent penalty, making a total of $ H0M. which i in the hands of the boiough attorney for collection. The Methodist HpNcopnl chinch was heated t".teiduy with the new heating piitnt. ami it appeals to be a ieifeet sine ess .Special ielal sen lees will bi- continued in the church this week, Monday Tuesday and Wednesday ev enings. The Intel est In the.se meetings is not dee reaslng at all and the meet ings aie eiy Interesting and success ful Wallace Oaidner. of Seianton. spent DR. WRTIFS OPIXION OF THE NEW DISCOVERY IN MEDICINE. A Romaikably Successful Remedy for Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Stomach Tioubles, JONAS LONG'S SONS. JONAS LONG'S SONS. Hi. Win th In commenting on lecent dlse ei ei k-s In medicine, said: There Is none whli h is cei tain to be so valuable and fai -touching In benefit as StuaitH Djsiiepsla Tablets, the new stomach iemed.. I say far teaching, because people little icallze how Impoitunt a seuiml stomach and isoious digestion is tei euy man, woman and child. Indigestion is the starting point of consumption, beau dlseas-v. Hilght's disease, diabetes, neious prostiation, Iher tioubles, wh Is this so? Simply because eneiy neie, muscle and tissue In our bodies Is cteated and nouilhed fiom the food we eat If that food Is. by teason of a weak stomach, coin pelled to He for bouts, a sour, fennent lng mass of half digested food, it pois ons the blooel and nervous system, cre ates gas which dh'tends the stomach and bowels, causing pressuto on the heait, lungs and other oigans, and seri ously Impeding their action. He .ais further, the point to dlioet attention is not the nencs. nor heait, nor lungs.nor kldnejs, but the stomach, the flrs't cause of all the mischief. Tho remedy to use for Indigestion and weak stomachs is not some cathartic, but a lemedy which will digest tho food, Iniieaso tho How of gastiic Juice, ubsoib the gases, and Stuait's Dispcp sl.i Tablets will accomplish exactly thin losult in any caso of stomach tiouble, because these tablets are composed of the digestive acids, aseptic pepsin, Golden Seal and bismuth, pleasant to tnste, and not being a patent medlclno, can 1 uned by anono with pcifeet safety. I be!lee Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will euro any foim of Indlges tlon and stomach trouble except tuncer of stomach rull slzo packages of Stuart's Ds pepIa Tablets nio sold by druggists nt to cents -or by wall fiom V. A. Stuart Co., Marshall, Mich. A book on stom ach discuses, together with thousands of testimonials, will be sent by address ing above or call on your druggist for them. v JONAS LONG'S SONS. I it. Grand Clearing Sale 1 of Dress Goods At Cost and Less Than Cost. We must have more room for Holiday goods. Even with this big store, they are cramped for space. The Dress Goods main aisle will help us a little but stock must be condensed and readjusted fust. So here goes for some great selling today. We give you their previous selling price what they were Saturdayand what they'll cost you today. We guarantee every price and every aiticle just as repre sented. In other words satisfaction, or money back. Silk Mlxluro Knickerbocker Suit Intjs, very rich combination of medium colors; were 50c yard, now u&yC Fine Novelly Sulllogs, including wliipcoids, bayadcies, checks, plaids and all wool cheviots and granites; were soc yard, now OlC All-Wool Sackings, 52 inches wide, all the new solid colots and navy blue, brown, green and black; also pretty grey and brown mixtures; were . 50c, now 00C Bayadere Effects, in grounds of blue, brown, myrtle, green, cadet blue, navy, etc., the de sign being formed from bold wavy lines of mohair, equal in appearance to the high-priced crepons; were 75c yard, , now OOC Handsome Venetian Drondcloths, for close-fitting and tailor-made gowns, in blue, green and black, 54 inches wide, with supeifine twill face; were 1.3;; 1 -. now 1 .U" AINWool Armurcs, in gainet, brown, olive, gj-een, grey, etc., 45 inches wide, stylisti and seasonable; weie 75c . yard, now OOC Molinlr Pompadour Suitings, lus tre designs, brocaded effects, 40 inches wide, absolutely fast col ors, no matter to what sub jected; were 35c yard, now JJUC Stylluh Crepons, full 44 inches in width, superbly woven and worth $1.00 the yard, r now 5C Finest Quality Whipcords, 45 inches wide, in cardinal, castor, brown, navy, green and wine; were" 89c, now... 75C Handsome Silk Plaids for waists, very choice styles of the newest patterns and pretty color bind ings; were $1.25 the yard, Q now yoC Finest Q'lallly Crepons, medium and bayadere designs, 45 inches wide, also camel's hair, jacquard and plaid effects; were 0 $1.25 and $1.75 yd, now yoC- The Great Store Celebrates Its First Anniversary Friday Evening, December 9, and for One Week , . i has been a great year -a year of phenomenal rp, -. business. Every promise has been fulfilled to the let- 1 nereaiter. ter, and an ever-growing confidence has found abun dant harvest. We are grateful for this appreciation, and as the laurels we have won lie before us we share them with you. We start the ball rolling on Anniversary Night with a Grand Jubilee Entertainment by Bauer's Celebrated Concert Band and the Famous Schubert Quartette, Conducted by Prof. Robeit J. Bauer and John T. Watkins. This shall be the musical treat of the season and you can't afford to miss it. Nor will you. At Seven O'clock the Same Evening, The Great Anniversary Sale Begins You'll have no leason to question this being the biggest sale ever held in Scran ton, Our preparations for it have been going on for months and you may rest as sured that prices for this one week will be lower than have ever been known in the annals of trade. Watch the daily papers all this week. Jonas Lon sfs Sons Suneliiy with his imipnu on Second stieot. W. T OsOjoi lie lias announced that he Is u candidate foi e liool controller in the Second wuid Joseph O'Bilen, who has heen at Avo ca riming the past week, returned home Satin day. AVOOA. About two hours after the Duryca murder lunglurs effected ii way Into William Webbei's rerldenco on Main btieut. They pried open a window unci It Is thought that while ende.noiliiK to get in they knocked cJr some flower pot?. The noise awoke the family and when Jlr. Webber and foils runic down stalls they louiid the door open nnd the cnipets soiled with the muddy shoes of the peipetratots. The fact that Jlr. W.'bber Is collector for the Spilmr Hiook Water company probably led them to think that he had Home money after the Hist of tho month's collection. The innnl.mo of MI.sh Agues Uuker, of South Main stict, to Andiew Nel son, if Millers Clioe, was soleinnlztd at I'liiKhanitcm seveinl clays ago. The boioiieih council and the school boaid will meet In lgular session this t piling- HiiKh Jennings will leave today for Uultimoie'. He will be accompanied by Wlllluni Dixon, a student nt the Medi cal college In Iialtlmoie. The marriage ot Ml"s Nellle Dough erty, of this town, to Jo.-eph Hoover, of IMttston, was announced in St Maiy's church jesteiday. Mr. nnd Mie. John Dals,JT the West Side, spent yesterday with fiJrnds In Paiseins. OLYPHANT. Shoitly after S o'clock jesterday morning oceuned the death of Willie Murton, at the home of his patents, Mr. and Mrs. William Murton, of Hud son stteet, 01 pliant. He had been 111 for the past two yeaip, und for some time he has lled without nouilsh ment of any kind. Deceased was bom In "Wales, about twenty yenis ago, but has lived with his patents In Olyphant for seveial years. Ho was a membei of tho Congiegatlonal thuich nnd Sun day school, and was a favorite with all who knew htm Ilrlcht. active and kind, ho had many friends who mourn with leul soi iow his eiuly death. Tho fuiieinl will take place tomoiiow after noon nt '1 o'clock. Rev. Peter Roberts will conduct the services. Interment will be made In Union cemetciy. Ol llllth Daniel eled nt the homo of his sifter, Mrs. Gwennlo Williams, in Olyphant, Filday night. Deceased was formerly n gold miner, of Oregon, but has been a resldont of Olyphant sluco August. He was 70 years of age. For many years ho has been suffering from asthma, which was the cause of his death. Tho funoral will tnko place this afternoon at 2 o'clook. Interment will be mude In Union cemetery. "Great Snap" Shoe Sale. See our Men's Patent Leather Shoes, on d! Cq the newest toe P ' Phis is a "corker" black or tan Men's t Q& Heavy Sole Welt Shoes at v!'yo Felt Boots and Overs. $2.25 grade $1.69 Felt Boots and Overs, $2.50 grade $1.89 Ladies', Boys' and Girls' Goods Equally as Low. Standard Shoe Store, HANDIEST STORE IN THE CITr' 217 LACKA. AVE T PLEASANT At Retail. Coal of the best quality for domestics usej nnd ot all sizes, including Buckwheat anil lllrdsoye, delivered In uny part or tliet city, at tUe lowest price. Orders received nt the odlce. first (loor. Commonwealth building, room No ; telephone No. 2624 or at the mine, tele phone No. 272. will be promptly attended to. Dealers supplied at tho mine. W. T. SIYUTI1. THE DICKSON M'FG GD bcranton nnet WllUes-Ilarre, Vx Muiinfacturcrt ot LQCOmOTiyES.STATION ARY ENGINES Holler. llolMlntf uml I'umpln Maciunsr y( OenuulOjllcc, bcrantoti. I'.i fit !) .. 11I.1 it n E?4NYR0YAl PILLS rt ii). rtlUbie ladic Kit Tand Brand in. lA ml i.ul.t met.nuv Joexu tied wltb bin ritbon 'Into ixuviiirre Jiruii utingmrvuw UOfllfU V 'fww ohJ imitauom At ProgtHti, r md 1. lo itampt for rrileulari t'ltiraooUla &! lfa1fr ft- .l. tt - f...- 1 Ma.lL 10,000 TfRtlmODltli rn Paptr, Bold tj ill LocM Drui.tt. nilLAIlX. I'll r J-Jt AV ffl&WG. I J Til A fy m MADE M E A MAN AJAX TAULUTS rOSITIVKnY CUIUJ JUiIthmrroxit Xfwir Falling Mem ory, Impotency, 8ber'oDei, etc, oauso 1 by Abuto or other l-jceascs an 4 IndU crotiom, 'Ihev uuickty niwi aurely rektoro Loct Vitality la old or young, and J-("CT I'rBTimt Tns.initv Ana rVintnmnHnM it taken iotune. Their n9 ataowa InTiusdiata improve ment Dtid effects ft CUJtn nLero all other fall In Mtt cpon having tho genuine Ajux Tableti. Tliey uftTecuroi thousandiBud vriU euro you. opive apo ItUu written tfur,rnUo toeSoctaruro CTI pC la cachcatiQor reluni the roonny lVlceiiw U I Oipr package or fix pita (full treatment! for $2 60, Mr raalLla plain wraprr. mon rnceirtorrrite, ( trcular ,rcoAJAX REMEDY CO., 'tJ3S5S'71g Tor Fnln In Scrantcn, Pa, by Mnttlieus firos nnd II C Sanderrcn ilrulsts. xtty38iS .. WHEN IN DOUBT, TRY Si HUM iT3 MBI0J Thty hve (toed the test of years, and have cured thousands of cases of Nertous Uiseasei, such as Debihlv, Dimness, Sleepless. ness and ancocele.Atrophv.&c. 1 hey dear the brain, strengthen the circulation, make digestion nerfect. and imnarl a heallhv vigor to the whole being, All draini and losses are checked ftrmanently. Unlets patients ma iiropcny curcu, mcirconuiuon ouen worries incmmeo insanity, ionsumpiioiior licain. Mailed sealed, Price Si pefboij 6 boxes, u ith iron-clad legal Guarantee to cure or refund tbs money, j oo. bend for fren book. Address, HEAL MEDICINE CO., Cleveland, 0, For Sale by JOHN II. PIIIILI'S, lMmnmwUt, cor. Wyoinlns; avouuo ynd Spruce btrcct. - I &ASfA ffFJF..fVWI V