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, 10 THE SCRANTON TRIBUNJS-FJITDAY, APRIL 7, 1809. GREEN'S FATE RESTS WITHJIIE JURY IT WENT OUT TO DELIBERATE EARLY IN AFTERNOON. Owen Hollnnd, of Inkerman, Was Tut On Trial Bcforo Judge Buf flngton for Breaking tho Internal Revenue Laws in Two Ways Plummer Ejectment Suit Is Diaw lng to a Close True Bills Re turned Yesterday by the Grand Jury An Editor Is Indicted. In the United States dlsttrlct court yestnrday tho case of tho qovt-rmncnt against Jacob Green avus given to tho jury nbout 2.!.0 o'clock, but up to the ndJouriilnB hour a vt rdlrt had not been reported. Tlio witnesses heard yester day on tho part of the defendant were Attorney S. J. Strauss, Nathan L,evl son, tho father-in-law of Green, and 11. llublnsky. The defendant was nlso on the stand for a short time. Tho defense was that Green was engaged In a lefilii mate business and when he failed hu did so because business reverses over whelmed him and he could no longer kep on his feet. There was nothing about the actual failure that would give the idea of criminal Intent. In law points, presented to the couit It vi as held by the defense that the gov ernment had not "shown any criminal Intent In tho use of the malls by Green. The dosing niguments weie made by Attorney James Scailet for the defend ant, and District Attorney llelner for the government. Immediately after that ra.e went to th jury Owen Holland, of liikiiiinu, near l'lttston, was arialgned for sell ing liquor without :i revenue llc-emx and blowing com beer without paving abrewers' tax. Assistant District Attor neys D. M. Jllller and J. N. l.augham conducted the ease of the govern ment, and District Attorney .Mai tin, ot Luzerne county, appealed fur the de fendant. The case was given to the jury at 5 o'clock. Judge Uulllngton dl iccted the Juiors to leturn a verdict of not guilty In the matter of the Indict ment charging the niiiiuifaetuio ot coin beer. This motulng Counterfeiters Geoige Czepotlas, Chi 1st Know shy and Charles JIos.es will be put on tilul. They oper ated In I.uzeine and Xorthumbeilnnd counties. Charles Ay". Shaffer, of rhnporlum.was yesterdav admitted to piactlce in tlie district and circuit com ts on motion of Attorney James Scailet. Yesterday the gi.uid Jurv letuined another bitch of true bills. One of thf-ir. was against Francis A. Toth, edi tor of the Slovlak News ot Hnzlcton, who. was Indicted for sending his papers through the mails, the allegation being that It contained matter of an obscene nature. The Nsuo In Question was Is sued on JInrch 2G, 1!(S, and the alleged obscene article was with leference to the conduct of cettaln church olllcers. Ulght line bills weie returned against Geerge Czep.itius for halng In his pos session counterfeit coins and moulds for making the same, and for passing eounteifelt coin. Seven similar Indict ments weie leturned against Christ Konnsky and two against Chailes Moses. They nie niemleis of a gang ihaiged with operating In Luzerne and Northumbeiland counties. In the circuit court the closing testi mony in tlic- I'lummer ejectment case was hcatd. A good deal of lecoid tes timony was offeied and Alining Kngi- IsaacLoDg 711 and 75 l'ubllo Square, ILKK3-1URRE. IMPORTERS AND RETAILERS OP COS TUMES ANO SELECT DRY QOODS, The Real Business of Spring Began on Monday, nd such a business no preceding taster week has ever seen. The store Is alike a throng with goods nnd visitors. All new goods and happy to bay, many new visitors, for tho store grows. And why not? The goods we hell arc selected especially for this par ticular store and t .ison, and experi ence and careful study of the real wants of .the people who come to us dictates the selections. Some words below nbout a few of these especially selected goods. Choice leading If you have the time. La dies' Tailoring A word to tho woman who wishes high-class costumes and believes that some local tailor can meet her desires. The mere fact that our gtent gathering of mtn-tallored gowns and jackets are tha results of more than one man's de signing Is worth careful consideration. Our garments are designed by men who do ro cutting or making; who simply study the progress of fashion and evolve the smart styles that only Paris inspires. Thine Is no characteristic sameness. Such as one man designing holds In any two styles shown here. The characteristics of our suits aro tho Individual characteristics that meet tho npproval of your Individual tastes. New gowns have come this week to taker tho place of last week's vial tot a. Come and enjoy fresh seeing. Black Dress Goods Under stiong. honest daylight the de fects In black goods aro easily dlscern able. We are sure, beforehand, that the textures and colors aio right, and then sell them under a stiong overhead light. This lessens your chance of making a mistake, If such a thing ns making a mistake Is possible In buying black goods heie. Would you bo Interested in seeing tho largest and most handsomely collected stock of .Black Stun.' in WIlkes-BaVre under such a light? It Is here. Among them aro all tho staple fab rics, and a rich gathering of novelty weaves In Crepons, Grenadines, etc. ISAAC LONG. I Tr I will guarantee that my Rheumatism Cure will relloye lum bago, sciatica and all rheumatic pnlns in two or three hour, nnd cure In a few day. MUNYON. At all druggists, 25c. a rial. Guide to Health and medl cal advice free. 1005 Arch Bt Thl! a. un neer J. H TilttetihotiFo wns on tho stand for a time lie wns the only witness Mwmi on the part of the de fcnc. A number of law points weto piesented to Judge Acheron by plain tiff and defendant, on which he was asked to Instruct tin- jury. As the cne loigely hinges on tho action of the court with leference to these law points Judge Aeheson ndjourned court eaily In the afternoon until 0. o'clock this morning to give him un oppor tunity of carefully examining tho points. COMMON PLEAS COURT. WILKES'BARRE, PA., APRIL B, 'DO, Judge Miller Refused to Give Bind ing Instructions in Shlil'man Case. Hofore Judge Sillier In couit room No. 2, yesterdav. the tilal of the case of Nathan Shiftman against the Scran ton ltuilway companj was on ttlol all day. In the morning Dr. S. 1 L,ong Mreet wns called and swoie that he made nn examination of Shiftman and found a gathering on the left side which he thought wns cuused by a frac tuie of Shlll man's ilbs. Dr. linker was called and said that Shiftman wns suf fering rrom an affection of the heatt. Attoiney P. W. Gallagher opened the case for the defense. Dr. N. Y. Leet, Di. U "N'ehlnu and Dr. V. K. Dolan swore they examined Shiftman nnd found no evidences of heal t tumble or fiaeture of the ribs. If the ribs over had been finrtured there would be evi dence of It The swelling or thicken ing of the skin described by Dr. S. P. I.ongstreet they attributed to -violent exeicise of some kind. 11. Miller, motorman, nnd A. G. Ackeison, conductor of the car that i an Into Shlffmnn, swoie that Shift man's horse shied nnd backed the cut ter to which It was attached onto the tiaek. David J. Wallers and John K. Kvaiw, p.issnngeis In the enr, testified to the same facts. Michael I-jncii, nn em plojo of the Hallway company, testi fied that It wns impossible for Shift man to get under the car In the man ner he said he did. The fender and wheel guaid would prevent it. For the put pose of impeaching the credibility of Shiftman's testimony it wns shown that he served a year In the penitentiary for h connection with the Dennler gang. After nil of the testi mony wns in, M.ijnr Wniren uigued for binding Instiuctions to the jury for the defendant company and Hon. John P. Kelly refused the motion. Judge Miller decided not to gle binding In stiuctions and this moinlng the case will be aigued to tho jury. Wants 5,000 Damages. Fied J. Aindt, of New Yoik. mana ger for Pursell, the cnteier, cainu heie to sero the guests at the Fuller dance Tuesday evening nnd the Yin-ton-Twltcheli wedding on Wednesday and ing.iged a loom at Hotel Rudolph. He was assigned to room No. TO and Plnced his effects theieln, leaving or deis that ho would not leturn until :: a in. When he leturned, he alleges tin l he found his loom occupied and hit things pl.ucd behind the bar. Helnr attired in light clothing and not hn ing a room to change, he went to the Scrnnton House and on tho ..iy caught a seven cold. For the Imon venlcnce ho suffeied and the exposuw of the weather, ho Instituted a su '. in trespass yesterday thiough his at torneys, Vosbmg & Dawson, ag.i.nst Rudolph Uloeter, the proprietor cf the Rudolph, for $5,000 damages. Yesterday's Marriage Licenses. William O'Donnell Scranton Sutah Ruiko Scranton Joseph Fuks Cnrboudale Mary Goiyl lluomille, Mass. Court House News Notes. Martin W. Stephens, principal of the schools of Rrooklyn township, Susque hanna county, registered yesterday as a btudent at law with Attorney John M. Huiris. Notification reached thp clerk of the couits yesteiday that John Schlmlsky, who was convicted of burglary and sentenced to two jeais and six months lmpilsonment, has been teleased. Judge Aichbald yesteiday handed down twenty-one Opinions remitting the forfeiture of recognizances In cilmiunl enscs after certain conditions are com piled with. In one case he letused to i emit the forfeltuie, that of the com monwealth against Henry Chimin o, Michael Sharech, the bondsman, will have to pnv S'.OO. An older was made yesteiday In the contest ngalnsl Nicholas Glenn for tho otilce of justice of the peace of Fell township diiectlng contestant and je bpondent to file their bill of particular.) befoie April 19, 1S09. Tho same kind of an older wns made In the contest against A. F. Gillespie for the olllce of councilman of tho Thlid wurd of Olyphant. MORE GROUND CAVING IN. Residences in the Vicinity of Sum mit Avenue Greatly Affected. C. AV. Stone's residence on Summit avenue, which was seriously aftectcd early Wednesday morning by tho giound caving into the mines beneath tho foundation, almost toppled over yesterday morning from tho addition al weakening of tho foundation by continual caving. The building Is now testing upon heavy beams. It is bupposed that tho thawlns of tho ground weakened It, thus causlnr tho caving, but It Is not known Into which mine woi kings the ground has gene. In tho icnr of tho propoity, at tho corner of Noith Main avenue and Wood street, Is a hole twenty feet deep and about fight feot wide. This Is caused by a caving Into the Diamond mlno woi kings. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, Has been used for over FIPTY YKAHS bv MILLIONS ot MOTHISHS for thilr phii.wuwc avium: tuktiii.ncj with PKUKKOT SUCM:HS. it bOOTIir.'S tils nut 1-, onwrvu tUn TT-lu , , . .... l..k 1 M v-mm'i iw- .-". i.iu v...t,. .vi. all PAIN; CUKIZS WIND COl.lu, and ib me iichi rtinicur wr ui.iMWlUi. Hold by Drusuists In every part ot the world Ho sum and iiflc for ".Mrs. Wins low's Soothing Sjrup," and tuke no other kind. Twenty. five cents) u bottle. PROGRAMME FOR THE CONFERENCE BEGINS AT KINGSTON WEDNES DAY NEXT. Bishop John P. Newman, D. D., Will Preside Over tho Sessions jot tho Conference Anniversaries of tho Conference Historical Society nnd Church Extension Society Will Bo Celebrated Work That Is Laid Out for Each Day of the Confer ence. At Kingston next Wednesday tho forty-eighth annual session of th" Wy oming contort ncc will begin In the First Methodist chinch and eontlnu" until April 17. The presiding oltlrt r will be Hlshop Jnhp P. Newman, O. D., and the cublnet Is composed of the fol lowing presiding eldeis: !t"V. J.. C. Floyd, Ph. n Rev. C. H. Hnyc, Rev. W. U Thorpe, Rev. T. F. Hall. Rev. O'orgo Forsjth, A. M., Rev. Austin Grlllltli, D. D. Following Is the pro gi amine of the conf 'fence: Tuesday, Apt 11 11 ".SO p. ni annl veisaiy of the Teniperanee society; ud diess by Hon. John G. Woolley. Wednesday, Apill 129 n. m., snera meilt of the I.otd's supper; 10 a. in, oignulzatlou ot tonfeience nnd busi ness session; 2 p. m., statistical ses sion; I! p. m inlsFlonuiy seimou bv Rev. George A. Cuie; 4 p. m.. lectuie b.v Rev. Mnttus D. Rucll. D. D dean of ISoston Theological semJnnrj, Ec getlcol Study of Phlltpplnns, 7.30 p m annlveisaiv of the missionary society, address. Rev. A. J. Palmer, D. D. HISTORICAL ADDRF.SS. Thursday, Apiil 13 S SO a. m , devo tional services, 9 a. in,, business ses sion; L p in., anniversary of the Ills tot leal society; address. Rev. Thomas H. Peaine. D. D.; 4 p. m lectin e by Dean Hindi; 7.S0 p. in., nnnlveisnry of the Freedmeii's Aid and Southern Ihlu catlona) society, addiess, Rev. M. C. 11. Mason, D. D. Pilday. Apill 1I-S.S0 a. in., devo tional exetclses; 9 a. m., business ses sion; 2 i. m., anniversary of the Women's Home MNslonurv society, ad dress, Mis. Clinton 1!. Fisk: 4 p. m., lectuio b Dean lluell; 7 SO p. in., an niversary of the Kduentlonal society, addresses by Rev. I!. P, Raymond, D. D.. I.L.D.. Rev. J. It. Day. D. D.. DL. D., and Rev. L. U Sprague. D. D. Satin day. Apill 15 s.30 u m. devo tional services: 9 a m., business ses sion; 'i p. m,. nnnlveis.uy of the Women's Foreign Missionary society, addiess. Rev J. F. Goucher. D. , 1. 1.. D., 7 p m., annlveisaij of the Pre.ich ets' Aid socletv. addiess, Rev. C. M. Glllln. D. !!. S p ni nnnlveisaiy of tho Veteinns' n'loclatlon, addiess, Rev. G. T. Pi Ice. ' Sunday, April 1(19 a. in., conference love feast, led bv Rev. G. O. Reers; 10.S0 a m., sermon by Rlsbop John P. Newman, D. D., LI..D., followed by oidlnfttlon of deacons; 2.S0 p. m., me nuuldl services and ordination of eld eis; 7 "0 p. in.. In the Methodist Hplsco pal chinch, Church I'xtenslon nnnlver sary. addi esses bv Rev F. R. Olmstead, V, D.. Rev. R. W. Van Scholek, D. D. and Rev John F. Goucher, D. D.; 7 ".0 P. in.. In Nelson Memorial hall, Rp w otth league anniversary, addiess by Rev. J. F. Iioiry, D. D., editor of the Fpwoith Hcl.ild TWO ANNIVHRSARIF.S, The two annlversaiy pi ogi amines po far ui innged ate those ot the Wjom lng Confeiemo Hlstoileal society, which will be held on Thursday, April 13, at 2 p. in., and the Chinch Exten sion society, whli h will bo hold on Sunday, Apt II IB. at 7 p. m. The olli cl.il guests of the confeienco will be: Rlshop John P. Newman, D. D. ; Rev. A. J. Palmer, D. D.. missionary secie tary; Rev. Manlev S. Hard, D. D., as sistant coiiespondlng secretnrv of Church i:lenslon; Rev. M. C. 11. Mason, D. D., coiivsiiondlng seeii'tary Freedman's Aid soc!(t: Hi v. J. M. Din kh . 1). D.. editor Clulstlnn Ailvo cate; Rev. J. F. Reriy. D. 1 editor Kpwoitb Herahl; Rev. W. V. Kelli v, D.D. editor of Mt thodist Review; Rev. J. 1J, C. Sawyer, D. D., editor of North ern Cllllstiun Advocate; Rev. I! P. Raymond, M. D piesldent ot Wes loyan unlveislty; Rev. William Noith Rice, L.D.D.. piofcssoi ot geology, A es leyan unlveisil, Rev. J. F. Goucher. I.L.D., piesldent Women's college of Raltlmoie: Rev. M. 1.. lluell. 1.I..D . dean ot Hoston Theological seminal v; Rev. J. R. Daj, 1.1, D.. chancellor ot Syracuse university; Hun. John !. Wooley, Rev. K. M. Mills. D. D.; Rev. R W. Van Scholek, D. D.; Rev. T. R. Peaine, D. D.: Rev. J A. Faulkner, D. D ptnfessor of Chinch lllstoiy, Dievv Theological seminary; Rev, J. II. Race, A. M.. president of U. S. Gin t unlveislty; Rev. W. I. Haven, D. D., beeretniv Ameilcan IJIble society; Rev. James Moiiovv, D. D.: Mrs. Clinton 11. FIsk, Piof. J. M. Rlack, who will have thaige o the singing at all the unnl versiules, nnd C. M. Wostervelt. TosBsgM Just befoie ictlring, If your liver Is Miij-'nibii, oui oi tune nun you ict'i uun, bilious, constlpalcd, take a dose of l0S'v PiSis And ou'll Lo all rU;ht In thomoinlr.g. Examine 1TCHIIMC5 MIJQRS Unslifi.imd Irritations tnst.intlv relieved nnd rpccillly cured by lint lutlis with Cutici in Bimi, to cleaiivi ilio sltln, gcntlo nptillr.it inin of ftTtcuiu Ointment, to liral tlio dkln, nnd mild ilmesol t'lini fiiA'ntisoi.vn.NT, to cool unil clianso tlio Mnnd. SnM Ihronth'!.! Ihr wntl.l. 1'oTf rn trn jitii Cn. Cult , l'roii.,lJiiloii, " llow la C'uta skin llumori,"lrt ss "Hope Doforrcil Jlnkcth tins Heart Sic!;." In a city like Scranton there must be many hundreds of disease-stricken moit.ils who, after having been buoyed up by unfulfilled promises made by unskilled or catch-penny doctors for several years, have al most lesigned themselves to their fate, and giown sick at heart in despair. Cheer Up Sufferi ns: Ones Do not let hope die. There are no two phvsidans in this state that have had morce.perience or more thorough insight with everv form of disease that flesh is heir to than the undersigned have In J, anj while we cannot cure in every case, we stand ready to prove that tho per centage of perfect lecov cries to our cred it is plijnoiiiL'iially large, and wo will at least be honest enough to tell you at the ouKet whether or mt we can cure your case. Consultations anil Kxnmiimtlnns Alivolntoly Free Anil StricJIv Coiiflilpnllni We have everv modern appliance known to medical and surgical science at our command, and examinations made by us arc thorough and searching J. D. W00D,K.D.,LL D. ALICE C. WOOD, B. S M.D. Ofliie Corner l.u-lcnw innn nnd Womlni; Ave i lies l.ntnine on W'jomin,' eium lint Its Uu. in. to fi p. in. l.voniuTto II p. m mill HTM ill OF SCRANTON Special Attention Given to ititsl. ncss ;uul Pcr.-,on;il Accounts. Liberal Accommodation K. (cmletl Accordiiiij to liahinocs and Hesponsibility. SI'er Cent. InterJit Allowed on Interest Dsnositi. Capital, Surplus, $200,003 400,000 WW. COXXELL, I'H'slilf-nt. HENHYBIlUX.Jr., Vice Pros. W1LL1A.U H. PECK, Cahlj The vault oi tliii ban'c U ywo tccted by II)lsne-' Llejtfle I'm tective byatent. f AND (tilctvv and 'jjarA-NDia-e1 Washington Avenue This Is Linen Week We push linens to the front this week and make special cuts in prices in order to stir up trade in. this line. It is our opportunity to uuload a heavy stock. Your's to buy Linens of recognized merit at lower prices than you have ever known them. It is to ba a trade event iu Linens well worth your time to investigate. Will you buy whera there's a saving ? A P3a Hints- 72-inch Unbleached Damask, of good weight and clean quality, iu TQ choice patterns. Standard value, 50c. This week ?"v Vr 't- .r --.. ...t. .f.t..t..t.t.f..f4; 72-inch Full Bleached Damask the fatuous "Barnsley" make heavy enough to we r well, fine enough to please the eye. Our 75c grade. J) rv This week yJj&k 22-inch "Barnsley" Napkins, full bleached, extra heavyweight, dj , X -f choice designs. A ical worthy $2.50 napkin. This week P aoz X -f 4- 4-f-f --- 4-4 - 4-f 4 -f-f-f-J 4-4 4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4 4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-f -4 4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4 4-4-4-4-4--f 4-f 4-4- T 2r-111Pll "H.avnRlPv" IMnnlrincs tn iiinffli flir. ofnrfcnir1 fiif Finitinel' ft 4 . , . : rJ. " r' . w " . nn? . iv. u w iy 1 m 4 Stock price, S2.r0. This week 4- 4 4-44- 4- 4- 44-4 4- 4-4 4- 4- 4- 4-44-4 4-4 4-4-f 4 4- 44 4 4- 4- 4-4 4- 4- 4- 4-4-4' 4- 4 f-f-' 4- -4-444444 4 444 444444 4444 44444444 4 44 4444 444444444444444-4444444444444-4-444-4444-4-" X Huck and Damask Towels of rare good qualities iu various sizes, with friuged X 4 or hemmed ends. A collection of several huudred dozens from our ( ij Af An X stock of 15c and iSc numbers. Choice this week...l2c each or P W aoz X 4 4 4-444444 4 44 44444 444444444444 44 444444 444 4444444 4444444444-4-44-444444444 444 4444 44444 44444 444444 444444 444 4444444 444 444 4444444444444-4-4444-4-44-44: 4- 4- Two to four cents per yard clipped off the prices of all our Crashes 4- 4 for the benefit of this special sale. X 4 4- 4444444444444444444444 4 444444444444 444 4 4444444-444-4444444 4-44444444444 A little time spcut at the linen counter this week will reveal mauy other things that you uiny be glad to find out. CONNOLLY & WALLACE, 127 and 129 WASHINGTON AVENUE (UAAAAAAAAA i 4 I salt 9 1 ! f It lij' rvrry pnrchuhor of "tinovv While" Hour. Wo me mi lonllilciu of tho i;rf.it merit of "Snow Whlto" that we Kuai.uueu cvciy sack of It. Wo know that It puoplo Get "Snow 99 l'lnur tilt", will lunr liriiull ful In i nl ilfllrluils pjsiry nnil linn Brained c.iKe. lVo. pli uppn cl Hi un in tKlo llioy inn depciiil on. and t1i v know that "Snow Whlto" ia ulvvj3 reliable. All cried s sell lti "WcOitly Wholesale It." I TIIEWESTONMILLCO Scranton, CarbonJals, Olyphnit. I w" Gift 1 1 UM If A0 Spring illbO 1899- March ushers in the spring season, the busiest time iu all the year. New stocks are here in all their beauty. The early buyer has the cream of the stock to select from. See the new novelties iu CARPETS Ingrains, Brussels, Velvets, Axminster, Savonierrre, Wiiton, Rugs. CURTAINS Renaissance, Brussels, Cluny, Tambour, Irish Point, Dresden, Nottingham. WINDOW SHADES - WALL PAPER - ami k- mcAnulfy w kr1 t ' FOLLOW THE CROWD FOK Irapoains. bargains t A-.tt. mJL. XSiik JUL. Sv " " -- "- " - " - -v- FLOHEY &, BROOKS, Agts. THE liSIC POWDER CO. ltooiiM and , Co ni'lili tnl. SCRANTON, Hi Alining and Blasting POWDER Jludout Mooiluiuul Umadato U'orui. LAl'LIN & KAMI POWOr.R CO'i ORANGE GUN POWDER l'.lectrlo H itterlcH, Kloctrlo Hxplodari. lorcxpludliii tiltiui, Hul'ety i'li-tj nui Reoauno Chemical Go's nxi."8"ivai O o o 4 - "-f-f-f-f'K-4-- t f -- 4- 4- - 4 4 4-4- X 4-4- Rugs, Art Squares, Brass Beds and ParSor Suits, Lace and Portaer Curtains, Window Poles. 4- 4-4-4 4-4-4-4-4 4 4 4-4-4-4-4- 4- Carpet 9 8 rttr nature 9 D raoenef '9 Wall Paper 4-4- 4- 4-4- 4-4-4- 4-4-4-- Mattings, Linoleums and Oil Cloths, Odd Pieces, Chairs, Furniture Cov ering, Sash Materials, X Fringes, Loops, t Etc. X 44 4. 4. 4.4. V 4-4-4-4 4-4-4-4-44-4 4- f 4-4 4 4-44-4-4-4 4-4 4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4- 4 4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4 4 4-4-4-4-4-4 4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-4- BR1NG THE SIZE. OF YOUR ROOM. The entire stock cf Siebecker & Watkins, 406 and 408 Lackawanna avenue, I Recent! Is being raoidlv bought lid bv the shrewd buyers who realize that this is no fake sale but that every yard of goods and every cuticle must be sold absolutely.