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'HIE SCRAKTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1897.
New Wall Decorations
for coming Season"
uie now arriving frequently'
Wc Invite the attention of
persons desiring choice coveting
for their walls to sec
our excellent assortment
of Decorative Novelties,
which will be cheerfully shown
to all callers without
incurring any obligation to order.
All grades of stock,
artistic, up-to-date colorings
at popular prices.
322 Lackawauna Ave.
I We Ever Had in the Mill.
The Weston Mill Go
DR. W. B. HENWOOD,
2 6 LACKAWANN AVE.
Mr-!, M Kiamei, or Cellar avenue, 's
In New Yoik city.
Mlis Cassle Hee.e, of l'llco stieet, is
Mlll)itr In il.izleton.
"Mis Daniel Olver, of lleech Lake, Is
iMtlim' fi lends in Uili city.
I'litlstlan Gomel Inner left last night for
(Jeimiuiv for a tin to months' vi-.lt.
Mis. IMwaid JlenllleUI, of VomlrK
avenue, leaves today lor Old l'olut Com
loit. H. Menliiff has returned to this city
aftei sjendliiK two seek3 with his. pat
ents at Muplewood.
Miss Kittle Hoakliib'S, of l'lttston, who
lias been the Kuest of Miss Henrietta
Ciiueiiei, has lutuined home.
l'atilek Dougherty, of 1'iospect avenue,
Intends, to leave this week tor li eland,
whele he will lemaln for some time.
City Supeilntendent of Schools (Soro
Howell leturiied Saturday fiom Hanis
buijf, wheie he attended thu convention
of ti hool hiipeilntendents.
MORA AT DAVIS' THEATRE.
Clever Artist in an liiterestiiii,' Com
That rlini niln;; little comedy mtlst
Moui and her company hefjan u tlnee
iluys' engagement yei.teul.iy at Davis"
theater by incsi'iitlng- the ititeiesllng
comedy-drama "J'tetty Poll." Tile ver
satility of the star Is appaieiit fiom
tlie fact that she is .seen in six distinct
lotes cluilng- the piogiess of the diama
and In all of them she acquitted hetbelf
with ci edit. Her suppottlng cuiiiiany
is a strong- one.
This atteinoon and evenlnpr the com
pany will be heen in "Comiy's Ctoss
Kernels" a. pletuie of Kentucky lfe In
the 'SO's, and Wednesday afternoon and
evening "llhady" will be pioduced.
Scianton, Pa., Feb. 24, 1897. For a
long time I wits unable to vioik on ac
count of a tunning- sole. Nothing- gave
me relief until I begun taking Hood's
Hal supat ilia which has entliely cuted
me. Uomer K. Jones, 1159 Hamilton
Pills ate purely vegetable.
To Cure n Cold in Om Dny.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
(alls to cure. 25 cents.
BEEOIIAM'S PILLS for Stomach and
Have you taken advantage
of our special offer in Misses'
Shoes ? Not as extravagaut
an offer as you often see in
print, but what's the use of
saying more than the truth ?
If we didn't need the room
we wouldn't cut them as much
as we do. $3.00 Shoes for
410 Spruce St,
BOARD OF TRADE
All Kinds of Reforms Developed at Last
COLD WATER ON THE MUSEUMS
lloiinl Doesn't I'mor u Hull' .Million
State Appioprlntlon--Coiinclls to
Disciml the AVonls "Couit" nuil
"Alluj" -- Telephone 1'rnnclilio
llngitlino is luricil--W. II. lUeh
nioml's I.uUrr Guts a Chilly Wel
come from the Hoard.
For neatly an hour and n half last
night the boaid of tiude was In icgular
session and enguged In the consldetn
tlon of seveiul matteif of moment.
About foity membets were piesent.
A letter was lead fiom a machine tool
company ot Massachusetts that wishes
to change Its locution and would es
tablish a plant In Sci auton undei cei
tulu conditions. The company values
Its piesent plant rtt JIIO.OOO und asks u
111 Ht moitgnge bond stibsci Iptlon of $lfi,
OUU. The matter was lefeited to the
munttfai'tui es committee.
The telephone tianchlse "hold-up"
bugaboo was quickly disposed of. Oim
leinlng A. W. Dickson's i bulge at a
foimer meeting that the I.uckuwunim
Telephone tomimny's upDllcntlon lor a
tiuiublse fiom councils bud been pur
posel plseon-boled and that liilliience
to block lt pu.ssuge hnil been made,
u repoi t was submitted by the legis
lation and taxes oinmittee, of which
H. i:. Paine Is cbaliman.
Aftei levlewlng the woik of the com
mittee In Investigating the cliaige and
the testimony heaul the lepoit con
cluded with this puagiaph: "Theie-
foie, ill lew of all the evidence, We beg
to lepott that the minor lefeiied to by
Mr. Dickson seems to be without
foundation In fu t, aiy.1 we belief e that
no uttempt has been made to Intel fete
with the passage of .the oidlnunce ot
the Lutlavwannu Telephone company."
in discussing the leport Mr. Dickson
exonetuted J A. Lans'iiig, clialiman of
select counill's judicial y committee
fiom any blame, but took occasion to
tilticie the piesent opeiatlng telephone
CONDITION OF COURTS.
The unpaved sui faces nnd unhealtb
ful sui louiidliiKs of eel tain ulles, or
couits, as they aie ofllcially known,
was lit ought to the notice of the boaul
In an unexpected leport fiom the com
mittee 011 stieets and highways, one of
the strongest committee In Its peisounel
attached to the boaul. Its membets ate
T. H. Watklns, clialiman; Major Der
ett Wan en and Colonel F. L. Hitch
cock. The lepoit follows:
The committee on .stieets and highways
would lespectfnlly call thu attention of
the boaid Jo the conditions ot the couits
In the ceiili.il pint of our citv. Ka
mond, Oakioid, Coiest, Ureck and Dlx
couits, lil-sect the several blocks not III of
Lackawanna aenue between ri.inklln
and Adams aeiuies. ' South of Gibson
stitet these blocks aie neaily all olldlv
built up. compilslng the buslni'.s.s poitlon
of our busv city. With the exception
ot two blocks on 1)1 court fiom Mul
beiiy to Vine and fiom Olive to l'lne
these couits aie unp.ived and dining
winter and xpilng, Indeed dining most
of the yeui, the an- a slough of almost
impassible stench and disease bleeding
tilth. The uie. the natuial leceptacles
ol bain and buck-ynul llltn ot eeiy
With good pavements It would he elllll
cult to keep these couits clean anil
health, but with mud suilace and no
dtulmigc. cleanliness is an impossibility.
A geneiatlou ot this disease In cedilla;
tilth has alieady accumulated upon the
sin face of Hit be couits. It Is constant
ly accumulating. The melting he and
snows ot w Intel keep It Is a condition
of nauseating nustlness, whilst Horn
eeiy Mimmer shower theie aiises fiom
It noxious vapois und stenches that poi
son the ail, bleed disease and mukes
the abutting properties almost unlnhab
Itublu. They ure a meuuee to the health
of our city, a detilment to hei business
piospeiity und a dlsgiuce and lepioaeh
to hi r enterpiisii. We theieloie submit
the lollowlng lesolutlons, viz.
COUNCILS ASKED TO ACT.
He solved, liy the Sciuntou boaid of
tiade, That the uttentlon of the city
councils be called to the condition of
KiiMnoml, Poitst, Oaklotd, liieek uml
l)l couits, between Lackuwanna uvenuo
und tllb.son .stieet, und othur like couits
and places In the cential pail ol our
city; and that they be letpiested 111 the
Intel ests of the city health us well as her
business, to take immediate steps to have,
said courts substantially paed.
Itesohed, Tliut the attention of the
boaul ol health be called to the condi
tion ot said couits, and that they be
leipiested to have an Immediate Inspec
tion made, and lepoit the! eon to said
councils as to the necessity for said
imvciiients Horn a sanltaty point of view
The lepoit was adopted.
V. L. Henwood, cliaiimun, submitted
the lepoit of the special "good roads"
committee appointed at the preceding
meeting to confer with similar commit
tees Hum the Sctanton Hnglneeia' club
und the Scianton Hieycle club fot the
purpose of petlectlng- uu otguiilzatlon
and torwaidlng the Good Ko.ids league,
The lepoit indicated the foimatlon of
the leugue, mi adoption of a constitu
tion und by-luws und the election of
these otlleets at a meeting Febiuuiy
"(i In the boaul looms: A. 11. Dunning,
lr., piesldent; W. L. Henwood, J. v.
Miller und H. H. Pi Ice, vice piesldunts;
D. H. Atlieiton, secietuiy und treas
tuer, H. A." Knapp, clialiman of the ex
NHW MEJlllEnS HICTHD.
Secretary Atlieiton mude u tepoit,
which was adopted, as clialiman of a
speclul committee ti)iolnteil at the pie
cedlng meeting to suggest u plan for
increasing the board's membership.
The committee suggested that a special
committee of ten be appointed to act
with the stundlng meuibetshlp com
mittee; that a list be made of the names
of business men who aie not members
and that the wot It of soliciting applica
tions lor membership among the men
whose names ate on the list be divided
among the committee. It wus believed
that at least fifty new membeis could
be secured In this way.
Thomas Flltc-ioft and Oeoige Weaver
weie elected membeis und application
received fiom the following and laid
over, uccoiUlnti to i uie, until the next
meeting: Oeoige H. Smith, J. "W. Oar
ney, John W. Dubenbuiy, Sol Oettlnger,
Julius Tiaugott und L. J. Slebeeker.
Secretary Atherton lead a suinmaiy
of the boaid's recent census of compat
ative travel over the Lackawanna and
Linden stteet bridges. The figures
weie published in Saturday's Ttlbune
and showed that the Linden stieet
budge beats 27 2-3 per cent, of the en
tire pedestrian tratlic und beais 38.2S
per cent, as much totul tiavel. The
lepoit was received with much fuvor
and Mr. Athei ton's suggestion that a
similar census be mude on the Sptuce
stieet and Cedar avenue bildges was
at once appioved.
After a long debate, forwaided by
some of the most Influential membeis,
the bouid declined to eudoise the effott
of the Philadelphia MtiseuniH to se
fine tin npploprlullou of $."1.10,000 fiotn
the state. Thebuatd Is lepiesented ex
olllcln on the museum's bouid of olll
ceis nnd has fiom time to time given
Its apioval of the piojects of that new
Institution for the advancement of thu
expott ti title. A ciimiutinlcutlon fiom
the Museums icuil last night asked the
adoption of a lcsolutlon tiiglng legisla
tion fiom this dlstilct to suppoit the
request for the upptopi latlon of $500,
000. President Mu relinquished the chair
to Mr. Keller In oidei to debute In favor
of the pioposltlon and was suppotted
by Mr. Lansing mul Mr. Dickson. The
opposition was voiced by C. 11. Kehn
der, piesldent of the Dickson Manu
facturing company; Colonel II. M
Holes, Sol Goldsmith, Colonel Hitch
cock nnd 11. E. Palnc. Hy u vote of
11) to fi, Piesldent May's motion that the
lcsolutlon be adopted was lost,
WANTS THEM CALLED STREETS.
Mr. Dickson came forwaul with a lntf
Hon that councils be leqtiestcd to abol
ish the -word "Court" In distinguishing
ullcs fiom stieets and to adopt the
wotd "stieet." Ills argument was that
at one tlnip th'oie was an odium at
tached to the woul "alley" when those
thoiotiglifnies were occupied by Im
miiinl places, stables and the like. In
lute yeuis lespoetuble, bul not overly
well-to-do people had mid aie living In
the alleys and courts which have lost
nnichol their old-time color. Mr. Dick
son's motion was adopted without de
bate. A letter was iccplved fiom W. It.
KU hliiond suggesting that the board
Innhlie Into the iinntcess.iiy expenses
of the Scianton poor dlstilct and an al
leged elaboiate and uselessly ornament
al style oi mchltecttiie peiinltted by the
boaul of contiol In building new si hool
Mr. Itlchmond's letter was not uc
c oi ded a ve'-y h-urty welcome. Alter
It had been i,ul by the Hicietury, a
motion that It 1 1" "leeched" was car
iled without comment. i
Colonel Hlt"hcock, who has for sever
al yeuis been a deli gate to the na
tional boaul of tiade meetings and
who Is a member of the lattrr bod.v's
limine e roninilttee, was dliected to at
tend a meting of that committee called
for the near littuie at Washington.
Th ( all Is for the pin iiose of petitioning
Piesldent JleKlnley anil ctngiess to
ticate a llnunclal commission to inves
tigate and suggest a money plan, as
. lecommended by the piesldent In his
Still anothci meinoil.il to the city
councils was piesented by Mi. Paine
In the foim ot a lesolutlon that the
tax on poles be increased liom HO cents
to $1 per pole. It was adopted.
When the meeting adjoin tied bul lit
tle business of a tnvi.il natuie had been
"Hob P.oy," the lonmutle opera which
the populiu Whitney Opeiu company will
piesent at the Academy or .Music this ev
ening, Is the most notable woik t initiat
ing fiom Messis. de Koven and Smith,
whose woiks have been many and ln
v&iiubly slice essf ul. The novelty of the
Scotch costumes, music and coloilmr
stilke an audience's fancy at onei'. The
music combines populailty with aitlsilc
fxeellenee to u gieiiter degiee than any
of ill. deKoven's fonnei woiks. 9ovei.il
of the iiiliubeis have u stilling inultlal
etfect, notably the 'gntliulng of the
eluns," which closes the that act. The
opeia. Is In thlee acts.
The famous Hi others li.vine, the quai
tette ot fun makeis, who have amused so
many people by their grotesque acrobatic
specialties, will appear at the Academy
of Music .Wednesday matinee and night,
In the nautical pantomimic coined) the
new "Light Hells." The seeneiy of
"lliglit Hells" Is (Oiistitlcteil especially
foi these agile biothtis, and the go sall
llng thiough the windows, Jumping he id
long thiough the sides of the housej and
tumbling thiough u tilck coach in tNt
most lecklessaud staitllng maiuiei.
".Monbais" will be presented at the
Academy of Music Thursday by Hobit
Mantel) and company. Mr. Mantel) Is to
day the ic-piesentuthe aetoi of the 10
nutntlc school In this count! y. Hu has of
late collliiuil himself to heioio loles of
past decades, and lavois the Pieueli au
thois, especially D'lleiineiy, )Dtimus, Oh
net and Saulou. Ills leading lady, MIsh
Chuifbtte Hehieus, Is a clever actiess,
and the company, now under the man.
agemeiit ot M. V. Hunley, will suiely be
u select and competeni one1, .vir. .vtunieu
will appeal for the benefit of the Oieei.
llldge Wheelmen, one of the most popul.ii
oiganUatlons of the city.
AiiPtit tlie gleat Coihett-ritzslinmons
light, which takes plate at L'aison t'lt
tomoirovv the management of the Pioth
Ingliain, with tommeutluble enteilulse,
have nnunged tor a spuclul wlio dliect
fiom the iliiRslde to the Piothingham
stuge, and an opeiator will locltu thu com
plntu dctulls of the greatest battle of
model u times as it takes place
Tills will give those of our people who uio
at uTTInteiested a chance of as neaily nee.
Ing the fight as could possibly be and
Mich a long distance intervening The
ssiIh of seats for the occasion Is now on
nt the box ofllco and theie have alie-iJy
been enough luqulilng for seuts to almost
fill the spuUous thcuter. Hut 50 cents Will
bo chatted tor the best seats.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children,
i he- -J? -
SPEAKS Al MOSCOW
Trie "Engineer Poet" Einterlalns anil
Instructs n Large Audlcnc:.
OPPORTUNITIES OP Till: HOUR
Appropritilo .Subject llnndlcd tu .in
Aide iHnuiiL'r--lIml the I'lcitsiirc ol
Hearing Two of Ilis Own l'onms
ltccitcd at the I'utertitiiiitieiit--K-cellcut
linpicssion Jludo hy Muster
Waller Smith, n Promising Hoy
Oratoi-.Ollicrs Who l'niticlputcil.
Deloss Eveiett, of Cleveland, O.,
third grand chief of the llrotheihood
of Locomotive Engineers and known
partleulntly among the inllrond men
of the United Stnli-'S and Canada us the
"Engineer poet," delivered an address
DLf.OSS D I3RHTT
In the Moscow Methodist Episcopal
clinch last nlum under the nusplces ot
the Epwni th leugue.
Mr. Eveietl wus biought heie througli
the Instuimentnllty of E. 13. Vail, the
well known, Di'luwuie, L-ickiivv anna
and Western engineer, who Is a tesl
dent of Moscow and an attendant at
the chinch, and at his Invitation also,
a laige delegation of the membeis of
Sam Sloan division, Htotheihood ot Lo
comotive Entrineeis, accompanied Ml.
Eveiett to Mosiow. The pai ty went
1 nun this city at (! Ill o'clock on a spe
cial tuiln Kindly furnished by Geneial
Manager Hallstead. Among Its mem
bers weie John Tioch, John Shaffer,
Rlcliaid Nape, Thomas Smith, Aich
Decker, Fled (Ionium, John I'eteis,
Geoige Shaw, O. I!. Sclnleily, C. II.
Tinvls and Secietaiy F. W. Peaisall,
of the Hallioad Young Men's Chiisllan
association, also Mis. David Itiowu
and Mis. John Xoich, of the Ladles'
uuxlllmy of the Hiotherhood of Loco
The chmch was ctovvded when Chair
man Fi.ink Posten, of the Ejiwoith
league opened the exeiclses at S o'clock.
Fit st there was a male quintette,
"Theie's Dangei at the Curve," by W.
F. Clements, H. H. Mm tin, II. H. De
pew and John Schelteile, accompanied
on the piano by Mrs. S. W. Lanioi'eaux.
Secietuiy Peaisall led In pi aver and
then to the great sin prise and no
doubt gtallflcatlon, Mr. Eveiett heaul
one of his own poems, "The Veteran
Englneet," feclted In a veiy elfectlve
manner by Miss Lizzie Hariington.
Then came a Heat in the shape of u
stlnlng declamation by Master Walter
Smith, tlie young son of Engineer Tom
mies Smith, of Regular S4s. The lad
full ly took the audience by stoim and
It seemed It could not hear enough of
him. Not satisfied with enroling- him.
It called on him. for two declamutlon
at tlie festival which followed. Mr.
Eveiett utterwaul lefeired to him as
Daniel Webster, jr., and complimented
him In the highest tenns. He Is cei
t.ilnly a very piomlslng boy.
CITY LIFE RECITED.
Mr. Eveiett again heaul the audience
cheer loudly another ot his eltuslons,
"City Life," which Miss Small Decker
led ted In a manner which biought
fiom Its utithor the temailc that he
thought moie of It now than lie ever
did beloie. Mis. S. W. Lamoreatix and
Mis. J. M. Noack sang sweetly a duet,
"Come My Loved One," Mis. Luinur
eaux accompanying on the oigan. Then
the piesentatlon of the speaker of the
evening oci lined, Mr. Vail lntioduulng
him foimally to Chalimun Posten und
he in tin n piesentiug him to the audi
ence. Whether It was his fame as zealous
woikei in the cause ol oignnlzed labor,
ills lepututlon as a poet and vvrltei,
or his kindness and chaiity In coining
all the wav fiom Cleveland, und leav
ing his multitudinous duties, to help the
little congiegation pay Its iluirih debt
is not known, but at all events he le
celved an ovation that showeil he uicu-
We arc sliowiiuv
ments ol' the newest
colors. 11' in need of
durable dress, you
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to miss our department, as we
surely lead in style, quality and
We have imported an ininiense
stock of Oorinan Goods. Never
have wo shown such a variety of
beautiful weaves at popular prices
pled a win in place In the liemts of the
people of Moscow, an ovation whiih he
himself Kild repaid him for the 'little
sai'illlces" In lind mude.
Ml. Eveielt Is well ndvuneid In years
having been mi engineer for neiuly half
n centjiy, but lie Is quite h sptlghtly
und twice us cheeiy us the uveiage
pel pon twenty yard his Junior. He has
ti pie-using itddieis, spi-alcs direct mid
to thu point and has a prominent len
til to a huppy faculty of telling excellent
and veiy apt stotles.
lie took us Ills mbjeet "The Oiipnitu
nltls of the Hour" contiastlnir the ptes
ent times with the days of fifty yeaiM
ugo, telling of the trials and vicissitudes
of an ambitious bey ot girl of the
eatly days nnd pointing how thankful
the youth of today ought to be fot the
many blessings that the advance of
modern civilization affords them.
MADE SOME COMPARISONS.
As nn inliodtictlon to this line
thought he computed this locality
It appealed to him fifty yearn a so when
he patsed thiough It in a stuge couch
bound ftoin Hmilsbtittr to llioomii
counts', N. V., and the way It ptesonted
Itself to him on this visit, pointing out
with an evidence of unusual power of
obseivutlou the chnuges that lime has
vvi ought and the difference between
the facilities for living and the put: su
ing of hi'ppiness.
in his day, he said, no boy oi ghl
except those ol the wealthy classes
lotild tei'tii( the blessings of n good
education such Is vouchsafed to any
and eveiy one now by the fiee mid
open door of school houses on every
hill top and eveiy plain mul valley.
"The Mill will Never Gilnd with the
AVutcr thai Is Parsed" was i eel ted by
Mr. Everett as an Incentive to his
lieui-eis mid pat tjcularly the young peo
ple to take ai'vantage of the oppoi Utili
ty of the hour. .
Following the entei talnment them
wus u supper solved In Odd Fellows'
hall by the ladles of the Epwoi th league.
The Scianton pattv teltirned on the
special tuiln at 11 o'clock p. in.
SAD DURYEA CASE.
.losepli Crniner, Aged IU. in n Ciiti
cil Condition with II vdiophobiu.
I'lom the I'lttston Gazette,
News comes fiom Dm yea today of a
veiy sad case in Hie tamlly ot John
Ci tuner, a Well known testdeiit of the
buck mad In that town. Mr. Ciaiiiei's
son, Joseph, u boy about 11' Jems of
age, is In a veiy eiltical condition with
what his uttendlng physloions dcclaie
to be clemly hydiophobla.
About three or four months ugo a
mad dojj from Avoca. visited Dui)i
und bll seveiul pel sons, ainong them
the Crainet boy. No evil lesults seemed
to follow the incident, until this nioin
lng at 4 o'clock, when the boy was
taken violently ill. Dr. A. J. linker was
called, und he sas that the boy hud ull
the symptoms of hydrophobia, snap
ping and snaillng at the people uiound
him, and being so violent as to inuke It
impossible to hold him in check. It
wus necessaiy at last to use stiaps to
hold him down, and tluee men me
piesent to in event him fiom doing
bodily Injuiy to himself.
This afternoon Dr. Stegner, of Rend
hain, consulted with Di. Maker In le
gaul to the case. They give no hope
whatever of the boy's iccovery saving
that he Is alieady in the second stage
of the disease.
Hy I'nlteil Pi ess.
Wllkes-Hano. Pa., Maich 15. John
Ctemer, a l"-vear-old boy living
at Dm yea, died this evening from h -drophobla
as the lesult of being bitten
by a tabid dog. The boj's sufferings
Mere so tenlble to witness befoie death
that his fathei, Jacob Crainei, wast
oveicome by the horror of the scene
that he diopped dead at his son's bed
side. UANDLEY WILL DISPUTE.
Legatee Student .Hakes Cltiim
Dr. D. B. Hand, guaidlan of Geoige
F. Wulden, son of the late Di. Wulden,
jesteuluy complained to coutt thut
the exectitois of the estute of the lute
Judge Hundley uie not coinpl.vlng with
the judge's behest In the cuse of the
He Is one of the young people whose
education the Judge piovlded tor in his
famous will. He wus to be piepmed at
the Si hool of the Laekawunna and then
sent to some univeislty to study law
or medicine as suited his choice. The
exectitois pay his tuition and me will
ing to continue paying it, but leluse
to be icsponsible lor anything fmthei.
The complainant alleges that Judge
Handley intended and specified that In
ueidition to the tuition tjhe legutee
should lecelve a leasonable allowance
lor boaul, clothing, laundry und such
sundiy expenses as aie Incidental und
petllliui to student life.
Com t mive the lespondeiits ten days
in uhiih to llle an unswel Waul & Hoin
me uttoinej.s tot the petitionees
We are displaying growing
A.nd Complete Assortments of
415, 417 Lackawanna
GRAND JURY CHARGED.
Soldiers Monument ltclVni'd
Judge EdwnulH chtiiged the gtand
Juiy yesteulay nioinlng nnd sent It up
to 1 to new quintets on the llilld Hour
of the com t house to dellbetnte on the
long list of cases that Dlstilct Attot
ney Jones has ptepuied for the consld
elation. L. C. Kessler, ineichant, of
Scrnnlon was made foi email.
The petition for the erection of a sol
dleis' monument on coutt houe squat e,
was, en motion of Attorney Thomas F.
Wells, submitted to the grand Jury, for
final eonsldeiuUoii. The lust giund juiy
approved ot It, but ns It roiultes the
appioval of two grand juries It was
To counteract any adveis sentiment
that might have been engendered
among the juiois by the opposition to
the project shown by Curbondale, or
rather a Caibondule newspaper, an ad
ditional petition was piesentod, contain
ing the signatures of citizens fiom
Moo"lc to Muylleld.
If this giund jury follows In the foot
steps of Its piedeccssols It will be
Incumbent upon the county commls
slonets under the law, to pioeeed fenth
willi to elect the monument.
Returned to you with any kind of
finish uu deshe, domestic, medium or
high gloss, when laundiled at the
Ctystul, 343 and 31" Adnins uve.
Chronic Rhcumiitlsiu Cuicd.
Dr. II. 11. Hettinger, Indianapolis,
Tnd., sius: "For spvetul inonths after
spialnlng my ankle I was seveiely af
flicted with Rheumatism. I finally
tried Detchon's 'Mystic Cute' for Rheu
matism, and In 4 days could walk
without any cane; two bottles cured me
sound and Well. 1 take gleat pleasure
In lecomineiidliig the 'Mystic Cute' to
all who me allllcted with Rheuma
tism" Sold by Cull Loienz, diugglst,
IIS Lackuvvminu avenue, Scianton.
hi", sale's. Pi ices arc cut to help.
Don't you come on the avenue
without a peep in. The ciowclb aie
with ius. Join in.
Bargains aie here sure.
Took several extra sales
people to wait on me
buyers yesteiday. Just as good
A lot of Heul China Cups
and fetiue-eis, smull size,
China liiead and liutter
l'lutcs, I'lowiiN uuilClold,
China Oatnieal Kauccts,
Ciolel Tilmmed and Deeoi.ittel,
ware Closing out a certain
lot that some don't like.
We thoujiht it beautiful.
Guess we will have to lose a little.
Iteiil Cut ISnsu Classes, ilc.
I.ongleleiv lllhcs, He.
Mind) Napkins, :ic.
China Deiil. l'lisl i'loor.
Just to see how many
little fingeis we can (it
we sell baby rings today
for io cents.
They Aie bolld Gold.
3-piece sets, good
steel, and nice thin
blade. Worth today's
price to use once. 50c. the set.
Seconds, but a little
scratch that's nearly
out of sight; don't hurt.
The wear is there, only a few sets.
Enough for today, we guess, $1
Don't put off
bringing in youi pic
tut es,. Snrino is the
time to brighten up lonesome spots.
You will be suipiised to know how
little it costs for nice flaming here.
500 kinds ot moulding. Some re
duced to 4c. a foot foi making and
all. High pi iced kinds, too, but at
The Rexford Co.,
303 I.cckavvnnna Avenue.
Yoit will do well to look
our Hue before making mtr
cliases. We carry the
Largest and Best Selected
iu the city, and at prices
j lower than you can buy
good goods elsewhere.
GLASSWARE, DISHES, BRUSHES,
MILLAR & PECK,
1S1 AVyoming Avenue.
Walk in mul look around.
The Eye Specialist
Wlio i:E!imlnesllK. r..cs 1'ice at mm I.iicku-
VMiiiim Vvcmii, iivct l.cliluli Vnllev 'lick-
ctUIIIef, Will, Ului Apill nm,
Move to 215 Lackawanna Avenus,
Ami OcTUi) 11 LiuguSpue-u In
IN WLLIII H SHOE H
WIipu' lio will Imvo tho Illicit Opt Ic-nl Olllcet
III tlii'clt.v. Ill' I'HIt'lN foi- Sii-iliiulos i:
(llnsp, 1tllld11l Kvps, .Miisdiirjlnj; (Uiisscs
uml Opi'iu illussi's will liu 11s uluiijs VHItY
I.tJW. Steel 1'iuiiics rinm "JSr. tei SI. mi.
Aliiiiiiiiuiii, Toe. Id Sl.Tft. I'lllt'd, ip'J.Od.
Sllvei, V-MIO. (.'old runnel, s!l.,-,(l. Aqtui
t'l.v still l.OIIVC-., 6tlf. JVIiblu (illlVM-M, $1.00
to MMIO. Woioplat'O olil lenses uml Milder
iiuiiie'S 011 liort not Ire.
School of Music, 5:0 Sprttci St.
Mrs. Katharine Thiele,
Voice Training, Solo Singing
Violin, Piano, 'Cello ensemble. Both
teachers at celebrated Scharwenlu
Conservatory, New York. Also other
competent teachers engaged. Mr. ThieU
is the Mtccessor to the late
ROOMS I AND 2, COfii'LTH B'L'CG,
ffliNING AND BLASTING
MADE AT MOOSIC AND RUSH
LAFLIN & RAND POWDER CO'S
ORANGE GUN POWDER
Electric Batteries, niootrlo ncpHJor, for as
plorilut; blasts, faafety Tube, and
Rcpauno Cliemical Co. 's
Why let your bomo and business be tleotroy.
eel through strong drink or morphlus whea
1011 can bo cured In four wooka 11 c tlio F.eoloy
liiutitute, 723 .Madison avenue Kcranton, P.
1 lie Cure Will Bear InveitizatUn.
IK POWDER CO.,
NOW S THE I IE 10 BUT.
On Monday we close our
unparalleled sale of
This will be your last
opportunity to buy these
goods at the lowest prices
ol the century.