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TIIE SCR ANTON TRIBUNE FIIIDAY MORNING. APRIL 2G, 1895.
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No joblots at half price,
But fresh stock bought in
. Quantities at bottom prices and
Offered at prices that
Cannot be beaten anywhere.
Good Holland Window Shades,
On spring rollers, 15 cents.
Good Curtain Poles,
: With brass trimmings, 15 cents.
Our new stock of tine
Interior Wall Decorations
Is the richest we have ever shown.
We invite Inspection
And comparison of stock
Cheerfully shown to all cullers.
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A Foe to Dyspepsia
And Always Have
MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALE
TO THE TRADE BY
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THE GENUINE POPUUft
HIVE THE IHITULS
G. B. & CO.
IMPHHTED 0 EaCH C1G&W.
Carney, Brown & Co. Mf r's
Court House Square.
W. W. Lathrope was at Wllkes-Barre on
professional business yesterday.
Dr. F. W. Davlas has returned home
from the Jefferson college, Philadelphia.
Superintendent Fox. of the Traction
company, has returned from a week's va
cation. P. H. Gllgallon, of Adams avenue. Is en
tertaining Kev. C. V. llcGulre, of Mara
thon, N. Y.
E. N. Willard. H. C, Schaffer and Alder
man Fuller are out of town on a Ashing
trip, and will return on Monday.
L. K. Torbett, who has been In the city
for a few days In connection with the tin
plate Industry, returned to Philadelphia
Miss Doeltrer, Miss Wlrsina;, of New
York, and Miss Harder, of Brooklyn, N.
Y., are visiting Mrs. R. M. O'Brien, on
William Lawyer, of Throop. received a
notice, through Alderman Wright, yester
day, that he had been granted a. pension
of J per month. He enlisted on Sept. 10,
1862, and was honorably discharged on
Oct. 2, 1863.
WEISS WAS TO BLAME.
Jury Says His Carelessness Resulted In
Conflicting evidence was given at the
adjourned Inquest at the court house
last night to Inquire aa to the death of
Karl Weiss, who fell from the fourth
floor of the Hotel Jermyn on Saturday.
Adam Schroeder, who la In charge of
the masonry work, said that Weiss was
a carpenter and had been working on
the building for about ten days. The
men were In the habit of descending
by sliding down the ropes. Instead of
making use of the ladders provided.
The floor on which Weiss was working
was covered except an opening through
which to haul the material. Through
this opening the ropes were placed, and
he was of the opinion that Weiss
grasped the loose line on the blocks In
stead of holding on to the four lines.
In reply to the Jury, he stated that he
had never prohibited the men sliding
down the ropes.
A. B. Dlggleman, foreman carpenter,
J. Kelly, steelwrlght, and William Rob
erts, laborer, also gave testimony.
Nell McTague, one of the Jurors,
questioned each witness as to the visits
of the building Inspector. The Jury,
which comprised M. H. Keojrh. Nell
McTague, P. II. Gllgallon, Peter Kosar,
B. F. Squlers and William Williams,
arrived at the following verdict: "That
the said Karl Weiss accidentally came
to his death while attempting to slide
down by a system of ropes, blocks and
pulleys from the fourth story of Hotel
Jermyn. Ws also' find that the said
fourth story was covered, with the ex
ception of space left open for hauling
up materials, . We find that the build
ing was properly provided with ladders
for the use of employes, which should
have been used Instead of the ropes In
making a descent from the building."
RIP VAN WINKLE.
Was Itoscusitatcd Yesterday at Davis'
J. E. Toole and hits excellent company
presented "Rip Van Winkle" before
large audiences at Davis' theater yes
terday, end there was every token that
the old play has lost none of its charm
The scene on the Oatskllls was well
presented, and Mr. Toole made an ex
cellent Rip Van Winkle, filling the bill
In every respect.
Pillsbury's Flour Mills have
of 17,000 barrels a day.
We show samples of high grade print'
Ing in catalogues and booklets The Trib
une Printing Pepartment. a
HE ADITTEDJIS GUILT
Charges Other Thun That of Bigamy
Against Him Withdrawn.
TONY YOCH WAS CONVICTED
lie Will Have Time to Kepent for His
Conduct-Cose of Uoolol Wallers
field. Who Is '.Charged With Sell
ing Liquor Without a License.
Alexander McWIlllam Dlcklson, the
gay Lothario, who deserted one wife to
marry, unlawfully, another, pleads
guilty yesterday to bigamy and the
other two milts against him were with
drawn and the ousts were pluced upon
the county. . These. chargve were per
jury and carrying conceulfd weapons.
Ho swore when he was obtaining his
second marrliige license that hu had
been divorced fivHn his flit wife. And
when Special Officer Mink went to ar
rest him at Uushklll, I'tke county, he
wus furred to disarm PU-klnvii und con
fiscate u revolver 'that the bigamist had
In hit) pistessUn.
The Jury' verdic ts In the four cases
against Thomus Thomua and John
Klrby were soinewhut BUrprlHing.
Thomas was acquitted of all of the
charges and it ls more than probable
that the Jury did this on account of the
defeiulunfs nge. He Is tottering on the
verge of the grave. Klrby was found
guilty of keeping a tippling house und
selling liquor on Sunday: he wus ac
quitted or furnishing liquors to minors
and of aggravated awmult on Albert
lA'plc. In the latter case the costs were
imposed oil the prosecutor. Louis Ma
rino, the Italian who wu on trial be
fore Judge Uunster for robbing Bridget
Rodlck of a gold '.'ticker," went on the
witness stand yesterday morning and
swore with vehemence that he was as
Innocent of the oharge us Mary's little
lamb, whose lleece was white as snow.
But the twelve intelligent men who sat
aud listened to all the details of the
case did not believe lu, and they re
turned a verdict of guilty with a re
commendation of mercy to the court.
Convicted of Felonious Wnnm'lng.
Tony Voch, the enterprising stiletto
flourishes was convicted of feloniously
wounding Thomas Jenkins and he will
be sentenced tomorrow. Judge Ed
wards Intimated that Voch will have
plenty of time to learn a trade, und also
to take a post graduate course.
Jasper Silvles, who misrepresented
his credit to Grocer Hoffecker, of Peck
vllle. and thereby secured goods to the
value of $50, was found guilty of false
pretenses and will get It In the neck in
sentence court tomorrow. Sllvles
looked guilty and the Jury took him at
Daniel Wallerstield, the tippling house
keeper of the Third ward, was called
to answer the charges against him.
District Attorney Jones attended to
the prosecution of the case, and Attor
ney C. W. Dawson represented the de
fendant. County Detective Leyshon
was the first witness sworn, and he
stated that he went to the North End
to investigate the death of Patrick
Kennahan, whose corpse was found in
Leggett's creek on Jan 29, this year.
Mr. Leyshon said he learned that the
dead man had been drinking In Wal
lerstield's house and went there to in
quire about the whereabouts of Ken
nahan on the day before hl3 body was
found. Mr. Leyshon said he saw a rev
enue license pasted upon the wall and a
barrel of ale behind the counter. He
sampled the contents of the barrel and
knew it was ale. There were little
brown Jugs in abundance under the
bar. The bar was well supplied with
glasses and the room was fitted up for a
Liquor. Made lllra Merry.
A witness named Warren was called
and he swore that he drank something
in Wallersfield's that made him merry,
but he could not state whether it was
ale or corn beer. Nobody paid for it;
but Wallerstield was accustomed to
marking on a slate rounds that had
not been settled for. Every witness
called by the commonwealth up till ad
journment had the appearance of hav
ing been tampered with. They saw beer
drank at Wallersfield's, but could not
swear that money had been paid for
Attorney A. J. Colborn, Jr., very
cleverly extricated a client from the
clutches of the law. Before Judge Ed
wards, In No. 2 court room, Alonzo
Relchard was lut on trial on the
charge of larceny and receiving for
stealing a bond. Assistant District
Attorney John M. Harris represented
the commonwealth. The substance of
the case was that Relchard belonged
to a branch of the Patriotic Order Sons
of America In Oreen Hldf;e, ami there
was dissension In the camp. Treasurer
Jackson, of the organization, had fur
nished a bond to the trustees for the
faithful performance of his trust.
Was It the Wind.
Whether the bond got caught up by
the wind and carried out the window
or whether it was lifted out of the
building on the wings of the eloquence
of some of the members, dots not seem
to be definitely known; but, at any
rate, Relchard claims that he found It
one day while walking along the rail
Attorney Colborn moved to take the
case from the Jury on the ground that
It Is not larceny to steal a bond as such
a document Is not mentioned In the act
of assembly. Judge Edwards sustained
the point and directed the Jury to find
a verdict of not guilty.
Conrad Vernon, of Archbald, got Into
trouble, all on account of the sugges
tion his wife made In advising him to
lend $50 to Henry Voelkers, of the
South Side. Mr. Vernon was charged
with forgery in his attempt to collect
the money. Attorney F. J. Fltzslm
mons ably defended him and the com
monwealth was represented by Mr.
Harris and Attorney M. W, Lowry.
Four years ago Vernon was a lone
widower In ArchbaM, but he paid a
visit one Sunday to the South 'Side, In
this city, and met a charming widow
and his fate. The woman, during the
period of courtship, often told Vernon
if he had any "dough" that she knew a
man to whom he could lend a trifle;
and that the man would pay him back
as sure that her love for film was true.
On the strength of this endorsement
Vernon lent Voelkers $00.
Four years passed and still there was
no sign of the repayment of the loan.
Once and awhile when Vernon came
down from Archbald to lee about col
lecting it, Voelkers, it Is said, used to
pay him a chicken or a duck on ac
count. At last one day It is alleged that
Vernon forged Voelkers name to an
order upon Secretary H. J. Zelgler, of
a building and loan association, In
which Voelkers had a few dollars
saved. The defendant's counsel has
tried to show the Jury that he Is an Il
literate old German and when he
signed the prosecutor's name, it was
done Ignorantly, believing he had a
right to do so Inasmuch as Voelkers
owed the money.
A GREAT ENTERPRISE.
Buffalo Hill's Wild West Will Ha Here
There aire so few entertainments in
the list of those which annually recur
that can be said to possess either novel
ty or other value than the whlltng
away of an idle hour,
that It Is distinctly a
plensure to announce
the advent of Colonel
W. F. Cody, "Buffalo
Hill," at tho head of
that remarkable and
the Wild West. It Is
now on tour In America for the first
time In many years and contains many
novel features as thw result of Its great
Jotirneylngs in foreign lands.
There are representatives from the
great standing armies of Europe, the
English,' Irish, French, Gorman and
Russian heavy and light branches of
the cavalry service, and with these are
the Arab, the Tartar, the Qaucho and
the Indian, nature's horesmen par ex
cellence. This enormous enterprise Is under the
management of Colonel Cody and those
two widely-known and In their several
ways unequalled umusement managers,
Nate Kalsbui y and Jumes A. Bailey, of
llarnum & Halley, This Is a guaran
tee that every promise made to tho
public will be faithfully kept nnd thut
every one of the myriad iletulls Inci
dent to the moving und presenting of
this tremendous entertainment will be
perfection Itself. The reader should
not forget that this organization can
never be duplicated and that to miss
seeing It now Is to take the chance of
the opportunity never recurring. The
Wild West will be here on Saturday,
IX LOCAL THEATERS.
The Itulib Comedy company will be
at the Acudemy of Music all of next
week at populur prices, 10, 20 and 30
cents. Tills compuny carries a full
brass baud and orchestra. The open
ing bill Is "A Kentucky Home." The
Leader, Elizabeth, N. J., says: "Sev
eral hundred people were turned away
from Drake's opera house lust evening
who were unable to secure seats to
witness the opening performance of
the l.ubb Comedy company. The play,
'Michael Strogoff was presented In an
excellent manner, and the unanimous
verdict of the audience at the conclu
sion of the third act the battle scene
was that the performance was far su
perior to many companies who have
appeared in this city at high prices,
and by far, by great odds tho best
repertoire company ever seen here,
burring none. The concert in front of
the theater, at 7 o'clock last evening,
was enjoyed by several hundred peo
ple." Stuart Robson will appear In Bron
son Howard's great play, "The Henri
etta," at the Frothlngham next Tues
day. Both the play and star have re
ceived too wide a fame to require any
advance heralding.. It Is generally
conceded that Mr. Robson has found a
character in it ideally suited to his
peculiar individuality and affording
the utmost possibilities to his talents.
Mr. Robson has the happy faculty of
pleasing all portions of the house, from
those In evening dress In the orchestra
to the gentlemen who lean far over the
upper gallery rail to take In every bit
of the play. Mr. Robson may be termed
"a player of the people" as "The Henri
etta" may be called a play of the times.
Both are deserving of the very decided
success they have achieved.
Bronson Howard'B great play, "Aris
tocracy," will be produced at the Froth
lngham iMonduy evening by one of
Frohman's best companies. It looks as
though the management had searched
the whole profession pretty thorough
ly, to get together such a cast. A com
pany like this ought to make any play
a success. "Aristocracy" will be pre
sented here with the original stage em
bellishments, etc., that were used dur
ing the four months' run at Palmer's
theater, New York.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Annual Meeting of Kim Park Kpworth
l.cngnc Meld I nst hvonltiR.
Considerable Interest was attached to
the annual meeting of tho Elm Park
Epworth league, which was held last
evening and was attended by a large
number of members. The ofllcers elect
ed were: President, O. Fred Whitte
more; vice-presidents, of devotional ser
vices committee, F. A. Beldleman;
mercy and help committee, D. T. Yost;
literary. Miss Teresa Smith; social
committee. Miss Liz7.li Raub; secreta
ry's duties, D. L. Wilson, and treas
urer's department, MIes Alice Griffiths.
Each vice-president will appoint their
The other officers elected were: chor
ister, O. Fred Whlttemore; pianist,
Miss Alice Orlfllths, and assistant. Miss
Vic Connell. A rehearsal will bo held
in the church parlors this evening.
THEY BROKE TIIE SLEH.II.
Legal Steps Taken to tiel Young Men to
A reminiscence of winter was vividly
brought to the minds of four young
men who were arrested yesterday by
Constable Byars, at the Instance of C.
A. Sumner, livery stable keeper. From
the information supplied It Is alleged
that Arthur Rldgway, of 1011 Penn ave
nue, hired a sleigh and team of horses
In January and Invited friends to ac
company him for a sleigh ride through
the enchanting scenes of Factoryvllle.
The merry quartette enjoyed a delight
ful evening, but a catastrophe In the
shape of an upset cut short their pleas
ure and the question of damages has
been an unsettled matter through the
Intervening months. .
Arthur Rldgway entered ball In the
sum of $300 yesterday before Alderman
Bailey and the other persons, who
claim that they were not responsible
as Invited guests, will be given a hear
ing before Alderman Wright.
Buy the Wchor
and get the best. At Guernsey Bros,
The leading maguines have completed,
or are Just about completing, their vol
umes for the year. If you have any vol
umes on hand The Tribune Ulndory can
make them Into beautiful book for you
at short notice and low prices. A postal
sent us will bring our prices to you.
Styles and colorings are
very fine this season.
Let us fix you up a
sample room with nice
Gilt Paper, $5. ' -
STATE OF THE COAL TRADE
Kesult of the Difficulty Over the
IT WILL BE A BENEFIT LOCALLY
Possibility That There Will lie a Consider
unto Increase in Output During May.
l.ocul Representatives of tho Largo
Companies Are Saying Nothing.
Next month will witness a great boom
on the local railroads and forecusts
mado show that more coal will be car
ried by the Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western unit Delaware and Hudson
companies than has been carried for
any muuth during the past two years.
This, It Is alleged, Is due to the con
tention between the ReudLng company
and the Pennsylvania Itullroad compa
ny. Tho former company Is willing to
accept 20.03 per cent, of the tralllc, and
it appeared probable that all tho New
York companion would have been satis
fled, but when the Pennsylvania com
pany refused to accept the suggestion
of the Heading company to take the 1
per cent, of coal at I'ottsvllle Junction
and charge It to Its quota, It became
necessary for the Heading company to
renew lis claim to 21 per cvnt. of the
The proposal to arbitrate Is now be
ing pressed, but the Beading compuny
has answered that the presidents of the
coal companies knew more than the ar
bitrators could learn of the trade In a
year. As the matter now stands, no
plan of distribution of ircentugi'S, ex
cept upon the bnsls of 1SK4, Is generally
acceptable, nnd for obvious reasons,
which have been explained, the Head
ing company will not accept that yar.
Tho outcome of the unsuccessful effort
to harmonize the relations existing be
tween the great carrying companies
will be that, for a time at least, the local
railroad compank-s in the Lackawan
na Valley will carry all the coal possi
ble. This will mean that full time will
be In order In every department nnd
that every available car will bo used In
the transportation of coal. The Dela
ware, Lackawanna and Western com
pany have a lurge number of cars
standing idle on the Bluomsburg divi
sion, and It is rumored that these will
be requisitioned as Foon as the month
of May is ushered In.
Local representutlvta of the Dela
ware, Lackawanna and Western and
Delaware and Hudson companies, when
approached upon the matter, stated
that they were not aware of any con
templated change, as their companies
were Inclined to remain conservative
In the matter and observe the agree
ment as to output. They anticipated,
however, that when the canals and
lakes were open for navigation there
would be a material Increase in the
demand for coal and this should take
place during the coming month. Should
there, however, be a decision to work
full time, the orders would be Issued
from New York. A meeting of coal
sales agents will be held next week to
arrange the Interior prices and tlvis is
regarded by some Interested in the
question as Indicating that the com
bination will be maintained.
Clarence Watrou3 Is building a new
house on his property on Fifth street.
Miss Jlarae Murphy, daughter of P.
F. Murphy, of Chestnut street, is seri
Wednesday evening, at 11.30, shortly
after M. J. Burke hud retired for the
night, he was awakened from his slum
ber by a man smashing In the front
door. He descended at once to the door
and recognized the person as John
Lynch. The unwelcome visitor was ar
rested and was taken before 'Squire
Scott and held under $300 bail to keep
The funeral of the late Cornelius
Brannlng took place yesterday after
noon from the residence of his son,
Eber, on Fifth street. The services
were held In the house, and was con
ducted by the Rev. Mr. Leacock. The
pall-bearers were Charles Hussell, Hlle
Nlckerson, Henry Vaughn, John Wat
rous, Albert Jenkins and Mark Bishop.
Interment was nuide In Dunmore ceme
tery. AT PENN AVENUE CHURCH.
Supper That Was lilvcn by tho Ladles
From 6 to 8 o'clock last evening the
ladles of the Penn Avenue Baptist
church were busily engaged In attend
ing to the wants of a large number of
their friends who had accepted their
Invitations to a supper.
After ample Justice had been done to
the Innumerable dainties spread on the
tables, an Informal social was held,
when the ladles were complimented
upon the excellent menu provided.
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of the other accidental pulns likely to
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Through rars Rood luck wobnuifht twou
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Including B. PRIESTLKY & CO.'S
Ulaok Dress Goods, and GILBERT'S
Fast Black Dress Linings. We will
carry In stock for spring and summer
trade a full line of the
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for men, women and children. It Is
IncomiMirablo and the beat in tho mar
ket today: It Is 35 per cent, below lust
year's prices and has no eiual. In
Kid OloveH wo carry the original
"GANT8 JOUVIN" for ladies.
In the Gent's Furnishing and Clothlns
department you will And the stylo,
quality nnd make up to date. All tho
latest blocks and shapes In soft and
"DKNT'fi" Kid Oloves and a well select
ed line of Neckwear.
WE ARE SHOWING
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF.
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Ladies' Shirt Waists,
Parasols and Umbrellas,
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WHEN HAMLET EXCLAIMED, "AYE, THERE'S THE
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Combining all the requisites of a fine
Spring Overcoat and possess
ing water-proof qualities.
hate wear tho beat, as apodal pains are never
taken whero poor materials are used. Our
hats are not only carefully made, but are of
the very best materials used by tl.s moa
reputable manufacturers. We hava all of the
new ahauealn DERBIES and ALPINES.
WINING, BLASTING AND SPORTING
Manufactured at the Wapwallopen Mills, Lo
serne county, Pa., and at Wil
HENRY BELIN, Jr.
General Agent for the Wyoming District.
t13 WYOMING AVE, Scranton. Pav
Third National Bank Building.
THOB. FORD, Httaton. Pa.
JuBN B. SMITH & SON, Plymouth, Pa.
E. W. MULLIGAN, Wilkes Barre, Pa.
Agents for the Kepauno Chemical Com
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Standard Instruments In every rjensa of
the term as applied to Pianos.
Exceptional in holding their original ful
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. NEW YORK WAREHOUSE, NO.
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THE FROTHING HAM
GEN. JUDSON C. KILPATRICX'S -MILITARY
Undjr the Auspices f the Thirtoeutu
lfei'lmuut, N. G. P.
APRIL 22 to 27.
fipscial Scenic Effucts, Muaie and Special.
ties. ISO I'euple on tin tjta'ju. Populur Pric-s,
l!5fl.. m. and Jfw. UATIXEE4-Wednesday
Box cilice open U a. in. April IK.
MONDAY. APRIL 29.
THE GRAND COMEDY-DRAMA.
By BRONSON HOWARD.
Author of "Hhenaudoah." "Ths Henrietta."
"Young Mrs. intbrop," etc. Presented by a
Superb Cast, undur the direction of JL'LIUtJ
The Notable Event of the Season.
RKGVLAR PRICES. Bale of scats opens ak
the box otliue. Thursday, April at t) a. in.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
One Weok.Beginning Monday, AprU 29
BUBB CCMEDY CO., BAND AN3 ORCHESTRA.
U2 Poople ltV-Band and Orchestra lti
In the Following Repertoire:
Monday Night "A Kentucky Borne"
Tuesday Matinee "East Lynns'
Tuesday Night "iiicbael Stroproff
Wednesday Matinee "Little Wildcat-'
Wedneoday Night "t-tars and S'ripes-'
Thursday Matinee.. ."Long Branch Mystery''
Tlruraday Night "Geld Kin?"
Friday Matinee "Uncle Tom's Cabin'
Friday Night "A Double Life"'
SatuJday Matinee "Wanted a Husband"
Saturday Niitht "Dad's Boy"
Popular Prices 10c, 20c. aud 80c. Matines
Prie s 10-. to all parts of the house, heata ca
sale Friday, April M, for the entire veek.
A TUESDAY, APRIL 30
Under the Direction of W. R. HAYDEN. Pre
senting Bronson Howard's Comedy,
KIR. ROBSON ASJERTIE THE LAMB,
1 The Comedy Success of the Century.
Rpguiar prices. Sale of seats opens at box
office Friday, April M, 9 a. m.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
TheOreat Legend of tho Citskill Moun
tain's, Mad- Famous hv kit JoSEPil
RIP VAN WINKLE
A Terfect Produ-tion in F.rory Detail Will Be
Given This Beautiful Flay by
MR. J. E. TOOLE
And His Ca;iaMe Cor.iiny.
ADMISSION, 10, 20 OR 39 CENTS;
ISOc stents down stairs reserved for
ladies and their escorts.
Robinson Opera Company
PRINCETON vs CORNELL
SATURDAY, APRIL 27,
Game Called 3 30 p.m Scrantca Base Ball Park
First three rows reserved for lattiea
GILKOOL'S CARRIAGE WORKS.
Carriages. BiiHinoss Wagons, Reoalrlns Horn
Hhooitig, Paint itiKuuil Uiiholnterllilf. No 8W,
821, 823, kit) Seventh strcot, Scran ton, Pa.
Cures Colds, Lays Out LaGrippe,
Cures Incipient Consumption. .-
Manufactured by G. ELM EN
DORF, Elmiru, N. Y., and for sal
by the trade generally.
MEGARGEL & CONNELL,
Vholesalo Agents, Scranton, Pl