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Till SCli ANTON TIIIBUNE FIJI D AY MOTJNING, AUGUST 10, 1894.
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To my friends: I hereby announce
that I will be a candidate for t'io nomi
nation of district attorney, before the
Republican County convention.
JOHN R. JONES.
Tribune rrniii TH leaving f ir tlx Ir
iiiiimi r'i vac .ill on can luive tlit-lr f ivoi
ito pnimr Hfiit to tlmm nltl.iilir oitrit
ist, lv notifying Iblx oMic nf tlio tlc-Hlj-Ril
channel in the i.iiicav' aildi'fcsM.
Traction company ou.pioyes m-te pui.l
Tins pveiiinit tbe Young Men's institute
will hold an miportaut Ousiucw iiieetius.
Six tramps wore ai-n atod In t'uo .leroy
Central yards yesterday morning, but were
released later on tboir promiso to move on.
The supply committee of tho board of
school control mot yesterday to consider
the bids f'jr school supplied for the cornhig
Tbo Second legislative district Demo
cratic committoo will moot at the Pacific
botol on Anoint 11 to fix a time for
primaries and convention.
An Ice ov,.om p irinl and band concert
will he held on the lawn cf Henry Hir-t,
Court street. Fridiv vmi1i,i;, An'imst 10,
undir the ausplues of the Luther league
Tho Indie of tbo Green Ridgo Woman's
Christian Temperance anion will hold a
enke mid ice cream social in their room.
615 Green Ridge atrnot, this evening. All
Tho Gnen Ridge wheelman havo placed
on exhibition in Berry tho jeweler' show
v iiidow the priz-s which they oiler to the
winners of tlio events nf their race meet on
Marriage licenses w.re granted yester
day by Clerk of tho Court Thomas, to
John Gilhojly and Slsry Sillick, f-iiy;
John V. Fadilen, Olyphant, and Mury
Alice Murphy, Djninore.
William Hall was admitted to b ,il by
Judge Arch lathi yesterday in tin sum of
t'AO., It all Thornton becoming his se
curity. Hall i-charted by bin wife with
ii'sarilt und battery and milking threats.
Ob application of L. V. Wtdctnau J mice
An hbald yeHterday appointed Dr. I. H.
McGuirc, of Fell township, and V. E. Den
nis, i f (li rboiidale, to appraise tho estate
nial i.'ffects of J. J. Jauswick who mcently
mad au uiiiiieut.
rrofossor F. K Wood has felectod hij
faculty for the comtntf year and has se
cured some of the ntronp;efc man in the
business college world. A reception, when
tbe students will meet tbe new faculty,
will be given Monday nltfUt, Aug. 27.
Chief of Police Simpson and Ofllcor
Mnir leavn todav on thoir regularly as-
Ricned annual vacation, which will be
spent with the Thirteenth Rogiment at
Gettysburg. Glilcnrs lay, uiuca aim
Sloat, also members of the regiment, will
co to caran. At tbeir own expense they
have engaged hpecial Oflicers Williams,
8urdam and Bryant to serve during their
Pabht's Milwackeb Bkeb. cool and
Rfarkliug, at Lehman's, bproce street
always depend cn it,
Several New Horses Will Be Seen on
the TrackSome Probable
The card nrrangriJ for this after
noon's trot tin ? nee.! annnaf tho Gti
tletru'U Driven at tha lliiving purk is
the rnoat ruicerti.in of auy yet prepared
by ti. rnuiii.r commitl.K'. T!m !ursi
nppu.,r to well chiM-ifi 'J, hut ki'V
ral have not tnttud at the ni'otiiKS
find otliLT'i havo citliT boon fH back or
nlvar.Ced a c'.a.w aiAlleacli event fl.-.ira
in nir of doubt t:s tar as the winner U
C. 31. S iiiiLr.-'o i, rcciinliy uKcL.l to
i.ii iiil eriihip, has im entry ia the til st
and yricn'iit rntv. Jus-pli Ji-rmyi's
stallion, Ji'iia1. rim Wood, and II. 11.
Ht-yn-li'.-t Dr. (. '..; mi bcr, will make
la.iV il-lu' i.i fie 1! O'l elm... Walt, r
Jennyti' Fro-1, and Dr. Hunger's Abi
.i.ii will bo men lor tlie first tilil'' in
tho S oil class, to which event (J. S.
tfeam.ui's D.iiy lias been transferred
from sp;edii r comoanv. J. L. Craw
ford's Ket (Famous Girl) hits been
dilveu IkU ly by Jain-'s 31etm and h;:s
-!:own 3 itch linprovemou: thnt she i
ccnaiJereJ ehBiblo to the fastest race
on the card.
The experiment of last wool; in trot
ting a heat of each riico until allure
finished proved no uttisfactory that the
sumo moth d wilt b ' err.jiloyjd tadi'j".
Th4 en'ii nr. .n follows:
Firit race 4. 00 claw
Georj;io W, b.ni., John Fritz.
Nellie, n.m., John Uoi.ore.
Harry h, h.t:., J- A. swayza.
Fred, b.u., Alox Duuu.
Hilly, b.g., C. ii. Binidorson.
Fluxey, s.ui., J. T. Uiehards.
feetond race 8.00 class
Dr. Ciiambirs, b.g., 11. li. Keyuolus.
.ii.hu Liaiuiiiou, b.jr., C ii. Suudersou
Frank 11, hr.ii., I: C. Hazzard.
Coxuy, g.c., W. G. Farke.
ilunibiiiio Wood, Jr. i'.. JoseiU Jerniyu.
l aimy iilnir, b.iu., (i. Ji. i-helly.
Huron Liiks, br.ni., Walter Joruiyn.
Third race 2.50 class.
1'ixJ, b'.g., W. il. Jerinyn.
Abaitail, br.ni., Dr. J. W, liousor
Dsiny, b.iu., C. S. .Sj.iinar.s.
Jack, b.a., Dr. Chavles Hill,
l'eo Dee, b.ia., M. II. Dale,
st. Men, h.L'., R. Ci ippeu.
Duke, bi.g.,'L. T. Payne,
Fourth race "J.l'J class.
Johnuv, br.?., C'hurlus Kchadt
John, b.g., Dr. G. . Hill.
Xet, b.ru., J. L. Crawford.
Keoley, b.(.'., W. M. Jerinyfc.
Magnolia, bl-in., Ft. J. Wenta.
Farmer Dny, b.g., L?vi Puiterson.
"(Jeiitnur" inliiuiites that the niiik?
np of the card reoders tho picking of
winners diliictilt, but his selections,
which follow, lira based upoti relibl
information and on form and quality
should finish very nearly as nauiod:
First rnco-iOOclass-l, Billy; 2, Harry
R; 3, Fred.
Second race 3.00 class 1, John Ham
men; 2, Coxey; 2, Fanny Iilnir.
Third race 2.60 class 1, Fred: 2, Daisy;
Fourth race-2.40 class 1, Xet; 2, Keo
ley; 3, Magnolia.
In the lirnt race Nellie uiav L'tt one
of tho leading popitions. though it is
reasonably certain that the three horses
mentioned will rinisli in tha order se
lected. Harry ii would be given a Let
ter position if lie wire more disposed
to recover from n break. If ho is
steady ho should win.
With three now hows in the s.-coiid
race it is difficult to make a certain bc
ieclion, and if John Iliiuiniun's stock
is inistiaoted Coxty and Fanny lilair
are snre to have a battle royal.
Fred, unolher debutante, is ton ted a
winner in the third race, but nil the
others are entitled to consideration und
any of thmii taay coma first at the
wire. This is tho most dubious ruce of
Kteiey w.li Lave a tost of r.dtuirers
iu tl'c last cvaiit i'Ld will probably win
it r.et proves a Uisappointment.
Johnuy niiiy surprise the talent us he
did on the lirst racing day.
Wood's Cullega of liuainesB and Short
hand. To the t'lii-lio. (Since tho organization
of our school we have given to the citizens
of ticranton and Pennsylvania advant
ages in tho commercial and stenographic
work equal to Unit of tho best colleges iu
tho largest cities.
Jore than J,(Wtndents have attended
iu a sinitlo year.
A tJrnnt MnlliiHil. has been inspired to'
higher living and have won important
places in the business aud professional
With the experience and success of tho
past wo propose to givo our patrons of tho
future higher, more practical, and thor
ough business aud teiio;:raphic courses.
Conditions in the business world havo
changed. Schools inii-t change to meet
these conditions. MntJents must be taught
to do as well as to think.
The. fnci'llfi is cm iiiipufiwU factor in
llcri'titforr rfl hnrn rifuc'iffi' our
tench' rs -this year wo have enga'.(l men
who have inado n record nnd acquired a
Wo havo lad good pupils in the past.
We shall have butt T ones in the future.
Ao biKfiti'M trhoul in the Unite I Stulri
can exhibit n inure coinpet.'iii, calture.l
and efficient elnH of aggressiro teachers.
The college will reopen August 27. Day
nuu night sessions. Old studeuts, students
who have not couipleti d the coarse, ami
prospective studontK, ar iuited to call.
Tho ofllco is always opon.
F. E. V()OD, President.
Bceroer's New Dlnimr Itoomn.
Drop in and see our Inneh and dining
rooms, they are uew and clean. Nothing
but the best of everything can be found
on our tables. Our regular dinner is 25
cents and is the best in the city. Ueeinsr
&Son, next to Elk buildiug, Franklin
Buy I ha Wbr
and get the best. At Guernsey Bros.
Pn. C. C. Laubaoit, dentist, Gas and
W ater company building, Wyoming ave
nue. Lutest improvements, tight years in
feci au ton,
Shoe repairing promptly attondod to at
tho Globe bhoe store.
Places Wbcre Ibo Military Iika Has
incorporated in School Course.
mm Id IT IS DG"H
Opinion or Colonel E. H. Rbple on
the Subject Idea Has Found Favor
With Some of the Most Disting
uished Men In the Co jntry Useful
ness of Military Training to the
Country in Time of War.
Following tho rfconuniiidatinns br
ing tii a do throughout tho country to
school boards by the Grand Army of the
K-piiblic that military instruction be
!id(iptod;by mutiit'ipal, state and national
authorities, nuo. p irticnlarly in viw of
the recent suggestion from tin Grind
Army po-in of this city to the i.wird of
control, Tim TitipfNt: has sought In
forniiilinn i-.nd o in'ons on tli'.i subj-'Ct
from n vcral n'.Uhrrituliy.i ;nilii.iry
men in i.-'rauton.
The idea U not i'ew hn bus leva id-
fiocl i.e I'iniiy "l ft l;v'r. pi'mni-i
.en: men m t. ,, countrv t siien au
tent tin t ii'i'ilary t.i;dng in many
cities of ihe Union is new compulsory
or voluntn y.
A p irtial !t of cities whrrssnch in
struction is obligatory is as follows:
Helton, Bronkline, Hydo IVrl:, jowell,
Lynn, New I! ilior I mi l W(.bt:i-ii, M n,
iicchmvitts; BiuOitv.?!rU. ; ; ). ido
'prin Col. ; C.'oiioird, N. ii. ; Ntw
rort, Ky,; Vnsliin.on, I). (.',, sind
ionkr-is, N. Y. J;ilitaiy tr ilrii'i'r is !
vi Innt'iry in n lar ;e nuta'tur of mii iic
ip.Lti'V, nmoiit; waich tiro t:.e :;..il,.i. - i
:ii!.': i I 1 1 1 ; r r ; i. -i iiu -t t i ; Cint.'iiii., i-v I
i '. ; C .imul D lull' and .iiti..s. li. ;
Gcnev t and I'.n'i Jervi-., M. V. ; ,J rsey
-.:ty Ktid J. ii'.ii"; La m iMrl, In.': :
Uni.iha; icaltl.'; :sup;vtor Wij ; Tan.:- ,
.en, M i., and wiiuii.:, Tilmn. 'Sr.,m
iih-o 1 i ; t h it will be a en tl. it for a m-.n
l Ion, i'a practices ave voiy joiicraily iu
coi-ONi-i. liii pr.K tAvo1.!-; it.
Co!'ii1 E. 11. Ii: p: 1" is honrtily 1:
f.ivr "-fli.e nd option of iu-.iit.i--y ia-
TUCUO I ill t'l.l pill. lit- sc:i..ui : o"
li'.-r.iii'oi:, iui-1 vh"-u ?.-..cwl by a i':t,i:
v:.E reporter for hid opinion ou tl.o pro
j tt, Bitid: ,
"Tho policy of the Unito l btaies in
maintaining u uuull staulini; army
leaves t'.io tiefoiic of the co'.iiiiry i..
liu'.e of win to tiii i:poii hasty ltvios of
volunteers, bat tlui n.pi iiiy with wIiIlI.
wars aUvanco i.owadi.yu has vodact.,!
tiio lime for instructing such levies t
a very i iuail period. To provide ugi.iir.l
:'Ui:U couiil.rfMlCV is l.ioinilil Tvn.t
.or tho movement l train our youiti so
liiat t.-.ey liny be prop.'rly instr.ic'.ed
and prtpuied to rally to tho protection
cf the country ct short noiico. Ga the
ot'te. r han I such instruction will be of
mcoit.il and phyi.ical btmiit which
will stttnd them iu good stead drjnn0' a
lifetime in pursniu of peace.
"Tin; position of tho Grand Army of
the liepubliu iu the mutter is wml
iliustraled l.y their endorsement of tl.o
language of General Harrison, who
s.id: 'The or--i!iiz 1 army of the
Unitfd istc.tes, even if w-i include the
state militia, iu of Insignificant propor
tions when contrasted with tho armies
nf tho other gnat powers. Our
strength is not in these; it is ia the
great reserve to bo fun ml in the iu-striH-ted
youii? of onr land, who come
to its defense in time of p -ril. '
WHAT MIUTAliY THATNI.VU WILL DO.
''Very properly th- Grand Army
recommends Uio udoii'.iou of a coiuso
of military training; among scholars iu
public und private schools, ns well ns
iu high schools and colleges. It will
impres3 upon the rising generations
the fact that, aa American citiz ns, it
is their duty to bring to tho doienci cf
their country in tint of tied tho edu
cation of youthful days. At the last
natioual encampment of department
commanders special attention was given
to brintf about this obj ict, and posts ol
tho various cities uro pledged to ;:c
complisb the result ar.d to co-operate
with school boards in obtaining, whdu
r- quired, national aid by provision of
i.nns, equipiaents nnd instructors,."
A (act wl.ioli will havo much v.vi.;ht
in eveutualiy l.ringiug tuo matter of
military iustrucliou into general adop
tion by schools thromil.out the 1-ind, is
that the idoa is upproved l.y tome of
the most proiiiinoiit and public spirited
men of tho Republic Among these
might, be mentioned General Harrison,
Governor Unswell 1'. Flo.ver, Captain
li, L. 54 ltnski, Joseph J. Little, Gen
eral It. V, Sliicum, G-neial George
W. Wingate, Gorpral Jlorac l'ortrr,
Whitelaw U -id, Charles A, D.'.na and
St. Clair McKeiway.
Afttr an exhauitivo inv;fltigatio:i,
the committee appointed to report on
the original resolutions coiumotidiii''
military instruction in the bjIiooih, fc
ot:ua?nd"d the project without reservo
or coadilions. Tho i-cmmittpo w::s
composed of Captain E. L. Z i!ins!:i, of
;h-i Fifth Utlitoc! .Su'ca artillery;
Floyd Clatksoii and Juieph J. Littl
of lew York, ExcerjitH from their re
port urn ui followa: "To bo potentially
titror.g Iu ian nnd tioeny does not
tlono ensoro i ff-.-tivo and prompt ac
tion i cr('iiiiiZition and inilitaiy train
ing are requisite. It is cuntraiy to our
Republic's spirit to in lintain a larg
iMaiilin army; we look to thp 'o;.!
lor defense sud thf-y must have mili
tary trailing, which ny utiusrsal sjr
vice, as in other countries, Is entir-iy
out of the question v.-iih ours. fj.
ciuhdnif tnlliiary iiistrivuiciu to lo
given during school ye ;rs iiotl.ing is
taken from the productive energies of
ESCOUIiAOrS MKSTAL VKlOIt.
"On tho contrary, physical tr iiiiing
encturat;e8 aud eiihiinces tu phyhieal
and uieutal vigor of the l ots, t -mil. s
tbtm iistful hnluts of (-r.l'.r audmi!
ordinatlon, tends to give ex-cutlve
ability, nud seu Is them into the active
world l etter lilted to Cope vrith Us
Tno obj-c'.ioii tiiiirht be riiiii-d tbet
the lnilit.'rv feature i f i dncation would
detract from ment.-l utu lies. 1'join an
iuvi-3t.igalion of the methods employ d
.."ner,.lly iu eiiii.s wnioa have a lopt.' 1
tho pr j"ct, this olj ction is pbiialy
mi l successfully m.d.
Hoys of all aires ur.i drilled fifteen
minutes ouch dr.y in sotting up exer
cises, facing and salutes and marching
by atm.-i In, and boys over 12 years of
ago are drilled from on" to two hotir i
p r week in tho exercises mn'iti.mod.
mid in tlio manual of uruin and in com
pany nnd battalion forma' ion. Whore
teachers were not fnuiiliar with the
drill, the ssrvlc-JS of volunteers from
the national guard have been secured.
As proficiency increnssd, much of the
drill w is conducted by the officers and
non-commissioned force of tho sohool
battalion nndor the Btincrviaion of
touchers or proper instructors.
Iu many cities tho oflicers of the
fohool battalion are selected from tbos -displaying
good scholarship, combine',
with proficiency iu military matters
aud a manly bearing Threo candi
dates are sslooted by the toacher
i voted for by the boys and the elected
formally nppointcd by the principal,
Whiloit is desirable to uniform the
scholars, the m ittor can be loft to them
and thtir parents to decide. A plain
uniform costs no mora than ordinary
clothe;", and a cup and blouse should
ba worn at all times. Swords aud belts
for the officers are usually providod by
tho authorities aud Leloug to the
I'LI'IL'S favor it.
The idoa of military training cas
already entlmwd boys, parents nnd
many iii.-mU-rs of the board of con
trol, and In order to bring tho matter
to a point lor final ndoptiou The T mis
use would suggest tho following
simple course of proceeduro:
First, The board of control should
use ile ir right lo est ihli.iii a law pro
viding for physical exjreises;
jscond, Kuggestions aud co-otnr.-tlim
should be givou by the Grand
Aruiv and National yuurd oflkers of
it has yet to bo I mrmvl that there is
opposition to the proj-ot, nnd till
board of control is only waiting for tho
edorsonii'tit of citizens to wm-raut it in
Cnlaiilishing either i voluntary or com
pulsory physical rxorcis; law. Con
s iueut)y, impetus 1 1 nuld be given and
the columns ..f Tun mili'j i ar j at ta
libiiosil of auy tor obiervtuious pro or
YANIiMMf JHmKS IT.
Says Ho Never Admitted to Insocctor
Owing Thr.t Ho Had a Thief
in His Emoloy,
Post rai-t tor Yai.-'i!:r,g emphatically
denies that !io uttered the siatem-i.ta
Hsviibi-il to hitu by l'l-ipriotor C-nnp-u--ll
of tiit-Tiiios, in v.-'ui.-.i it is nlin;eu
lie ndii.il ted to I: . .. nily !:ei-1 Siiir a
1 11 c mi i.i 10
a i'.;iliL.Nif: I'
111 'sti r .said.
t :i 111 Hi-.-, .::ploy. joiers. yjttin-v h r.v tioiu- of the un ;
p( : ter ycalerday the jio-l-
' la i.use-or to .Mr. 'C,u::p--
aj iu v. hoiin r tr not ii.-i
ng! was laisii-.u,- for v.
HI. n , 1 a.ihWt led 1;;
.t S IC. I W ,fi til l
1 11 lit tueio va-j
cso l.ul extdai.Hid
Dnt ii :i(,- laVcitorious or
"Th-.. p.icki.g.i i-i (iiie ition v.-1
i-oii'i .Initio ,i 'W jiry a i.lr-sio 1 10
G -..i'lp.- lji,..yo.. 'iui'- oviier c-nii
;i:iii;.l olid it Was h.id aoid to 1
ic-i'd. A we I; latter (.'.rner J.
il r -.
0 ad- 1
1-ivli iiu anitoiino ; i tint h- bad found
ibo owner iu Green lcid,-e and that 'die
tvs i nqtj ni ti tr for tlio paeka.p.i. The
p uik.ige could ;ioi be iotilid at v .e
tini", but when t,,o (uiperinteii-.ierit of
carrior. Harry i',. H byte, ciuio to the
ofliei) and iearii-id Ithnt. the owner v.'.,s
i.njuiring for tho ji-u-katio bo jimdnced
it with tlio e:pi(,naiioii that luliiid
taken it out to icq 1 1 r- among the
Ge -;; Hrov.-ns for 'in! own or. I iu
vs i r-.t'; 1 th - in ittoi ,:J --i-iii-tlo 1 ny
t.-.-H ih.".! th-r." wa-- iL.-tliiu-; invguLr
about its deliver). "
"The fifty cent oit'iir about wbi.:ii
there is no much ado is anoiiirr bii. a
boo. A letter wl ii.-li had cont liimd a
iii'ty cj'it pi-.ro pcii.-d Ihroui'li the
t.llici'. Tlio fifty c'-itr was b-st a;:d
the mantur of its diuupn-Mrr.nct is an
everyday occurr-nico. Coin will slip
out ul a letter it it is not carefully
si. .led and even in ciij of its being;
properly sealed the com often breaks
throir;!i tlio r-nv Icp". T.,o le't-r in
juwstlotl was (k livorel to the d au .-liter
of the man to whom it was n;l l--e-seit.
She delivered it to her laot'vjr and thi
mothor iu t'uii to the pirty nddresse-l
The fifty cents w 13 ju-t as lik-.-iy lost
while pissing through tbo hands of tho
family as it w.'H while the letter wt i
in oar ham!?, coiu-.i (ivmtly Iconsidorcd
the inaf.or t') hi of very small importune-."
"Tho lottcr to II. l'riidl?y, of Tenn
avenue, which ms delayjd for a
number of day, was aocidently put
into Humphrey lira Hcy's box. IIuu
plirey Dra-iley wan at that time on Hi
wedding tour, consequently tho letter
lay in bin box until 1, returned.
"'At Id the Times c'.iare;i,"coilclud-,'d
3ir. Vaudliug, ''tin public can best
judge whether or not they uro
prejudiced, Thoy da not have any
effect on me nnd the inspector has
injured un that bo sees tlio prejudice
whl'-'i prompt tip m. ''
X. tv.-itlistandiiij t;.e denial of Post
misler Viiiidling, Mr. Cntimboll in
iuts tliat ill'. Vandliiig liid t.dmit lo
i.itu iu tlio j.res.--iic of luopcotor Owing
iiiat Lo had a cotfeoi.! tiiiiif iu his
.-.SSoe. Ho tho mattT stands.
At a lata hour 1...U evening .1 r a at or
that the iuVi.'i.til,.lt.i'JU of tin inspecting
had cul:niuiit.-d in tho tirrwt of .ismi-pecti-.l
individual wn eniphatiL-Ally de
nied by Inspector E gertoii.
Fa::iu-' i, u t: -'aivisw.
For a delig'dfni trio so to F.u viow 011
"s-.ilorday, Aug. II. .Ir. will be one of the
best. c.r.tll.;rs of tie sea-,1111. There Wlil ho
a luiHi bull game, shi.eting gall.iry, and
I leiity of otiar atUactlons to niu'ko the
day a ph nsant one.
Set an ton (liviHinn Mo lid, Uniformed
Itimk Knight, in' Pythias is going on that
date. The laro for tiie round t. lp is ouiy
(!) cents f,,r ,-idillls, and 'M centiforci.il-
ilren. This is the lo. est, rate (dl'i-red this
seii;io:i, so (In not v. iss it. Uertnatiin bund
nnd orchr.stra will furnish the mii-ic. Vho
train will leave tin Delaware and 1 1 litis m
i.ewdopot ou Lucknwnntm ayeuue a t. l.i
a. in. 'tickets tor wilo-.t Mac's book atore,
it-id Conrad Lutlu r's jewelry sk-re, 107
Thk lll. etrlc'ii woiki-rs will hold their
fli-sl annual picnic a Laurel Hill Pari: next
--Saturday, Au.r. 11. A Imlstion ID cents.
Tie-re will be all kinds nf refreshments on
'he grounds, aud (jai i -s of all kinds wlil
Co: way Kouie, 132 .'id 13 & Venn Ave.,
is where you will ulwavs Ibid good service
Mid courteous treatment, tlio table is ai
w.iys supplied witu the best iu the luarlti t.
Transient, and local irade solicited,
I wit.n juoseiit ono thousand dollars la
gold to any one whom I cannot cur of ept
b luiccouvul-ions or lits. lnt . F, Uumwrii,
III 1 .Spruce street r-cruntou, Pa.
C4-03. Ectt.l33, 23ccnt3
VvOHTH !; l 23.
lC-oz- Dotilos, 25 cont3
Piaast Iinportod, 15c.
01.50 a Dossa.
Largest end flaost fish
ofibrod in years. 2Cc.
E. G. C0URSEH,
429 Lacka. Avo.
Now R'lady to Receive the Signa
ture of iliiyor CoiiQili.
IT PASSED GN THIRD REACIKG
Pstitioi cf tho Sc.ranton HlutiiinatiiiEC
Herd antl Lil.t Company Pre
sented to Common Council Last
Night Cc -nmunicatlon of Control
Icr Widmayor Tho Incidental Fund
Is Exhausted Resolutions Sent to
Committee Other Cnsinoss.
The Polo tax ordiunuca uow neerb
only the sijjuiitnro cf Ihe inay,.r to
mnkn it a law, pro id in; it liu-i i:o lojinl
iit'.vs, nivi il, is undoubtedly nil rijht
in that rcsix-ct, as it was carefully
drawn up. It rrcei sd the vote of
very memlier prosent it last night's
ommoa conoeil uiiieling, vritii the ex
ception of Jlr. S'.v-jeuey, who was ex
cused fiom voii'::,'. Mr. Iwer-ney (I -clined
to voto lor tho reason that by
jiifsini thi.1 or-lwanco b-i claimed the
sci-.-iiil.in IU11.1..11 .i'u!, II ml an 1 Power
Company, whoso peti.ion is nuhjoined,
would 1 scape from its contract of sup
plying free light 1,0 t'.ia city Im'udiugs.
Then wars a short discussion over r.
petition from tlio Serantun Lluminat
ing Heat kikI Ii!:;-it cotupauy which at
present is funii.diing all the city build
ings light free. The petition rcpr.'s-htH
that 'the co. t of the lights now being
furnished to the i-ily ball and fire
engine house amounts to 2,-lOU a yaar.
Tiie oihor i-locttic lighi couipmiici en
joy as litnoii privilege as tiie oiU'iiiii-
Tbo p.'litioners siy they cannc-t s -e
( th .-ir w-iy cl-ar to furnish t'no liglihi
I after April I next and would like that
! council would make some arrangements
wl.ei - I v -i -; I'.-r
. ) i.v
p-o-.o i,ii-.;iU b.i I'.r.de.
jUr. fcnv..vw.' v.Mi f.r holditist this
'01 ipany to tin cmit'.iet an l exon rat
iiii theia trj.a too p "iio tax whoa it is
t t!.T Mi'.. MOIK S,v!l).
A j t'-.Vir :ul-i ". xii .-o-.'-i itiuott'it to
only y-'-'M',) Mr. T.iolr timngi t this .voatd
- no', b- j'ist and stn;;t-iteJ '-hat cu'Jiicil
; take steps to have each of the throe
; Cimpaniej bear ui equal shire of t'io
i lairilep. None ot th eoiupn ties, Mr.
i M-.ir .t-tt'-i1, could to cut.i;.'elled to far-
I iiisu fro-.! ligiit to tho city, i'.!tlion,Mi
i they night havo iiu lo 11 wr'ttcn ngr-.- !
i merit to do t-o, ior ties reason that oi:r
t courts huvo decided that : the city c 111- i
I 11 it 1 'gaily re.-eivo any privilege of
I ml kind (.- frmio lis -s. Tho p-i;itioj :
I was received nnd iil.-d nnd Irnui till i
1 eleven to iVttr vt-j l' r.-M -ivo l ir is evi- I
dent that the p.'-titiou will bsgrantol
wiion it is broiiilir u;i for can-jidera- j
A coiatmriiefctic-n was nc rived frota j
tho city enginei r asking v eniiis. i m to 1
make some BIi;Lt ulturalions lu tin
bridgo plans. Tiie matter was referred
to tho sireet" n:i 1 bridges committed.
Controller Widm-iyer, iu : eoiiiiunui
catioti, iiitoriuel council that tue inci
dental i'u id ij al-uost deplete, onjy
3,0'J'J reaiuiuiujj lo its ere-.. it. Inas
much ns tnero uro lu flight dra'is for
Kil.U'U ag.iin r 11 i:i fund, ho recom
nieuila that too lil.O.li) appropriation
for the Lieku wanna viaduct be trans
ferred lo tue incidental laud and that
$1,000 set aside for painting tin ball
la the mtmicip-tl bull I104 bo used in
payment of tho jrround rent for purks.
T.10 finance coir.mitte- was delegated
to loo!: after the matter.
Tin board ol health called attention
to tho unhealthy condition of the
neighborhood of StuHird Meadow
brook and B.iuderson'j crei k, nnd urged
upon councils tin utic -siity cf con-
1 si ructing s-v.-'is in those lociliti.".
j The communication w.ib referred to tho
j sanitary couimitt-'e.
; R- solutions awarding tho following
I c.imtrac.s wero referred to their rt-spsc-1
tivo committees: North ilaiu avenue,
culvert, to Julius Mau-r; Prospect ave
nue, culvert, t ) Corcoran iv Douahoe;
Fill ou aveiiii.', culv-rt, to Corcoran
Ac Douahoe; sidowallts 0.1 Seventh
sireet, to Walter Gnvt-s; laying eide
.vail.s ou Soui.a ilaia avjam, ta V. II.
iavi:;i; iisii s-rr-iiur.
Tho ordinance p.'ovidim; for tho ptv-
ingot vine .tr.o; wi:u ospt.au v.ei
taken out i" ' hands of tho committee
and p.issid, Mr. il-an, w ho refused to
sign it, explained t,li-it he was not in
tavor of ufpbalt as its repair was too
expomuve, A rn-olntiou providuiij: for
tue aihtiiliu. 1011 01 tho diijesi ot city
laws and ordinances was introduced by
Captain Moirv.ml n-jteul to, A r solu
tion granting .Jnlui Sluplierd )er'ji:s
sioa lo couiiMCt i.is property with tne
D .-acoii iitrii.t si-'i'r w is introduced by
.Mr. iMorris e.. l tuloptod. Resolutions
were passed unking tor grade ou Fur
ktr 6i root, Caarbs strei-;, First, i.vonue,
Dodge court, Second iiv-min, O'Couaor
court, Third nvuiiu,-, Dowiull court,
Fourth iiv.-mie, iiorau court, Fifth
avenue, Railroad avenue, Bellevue
bin", C-asey tdnce, K uie iilaee, Luzerne
utreer, between 'j lurd and l'enrth ave
uui'S, bellows ti'.ro -t, O'ljoylo street.
A resolution, introduced by Mr.
Kegun, providinjr for repairing and
piloting Llaglo i-.oso carriage was
passed. Mr. llegan alno i-itroducod a
resolution ilirectiii;? tin city engineer
to instruct the Central railroud ot iov
Xij Lf-uU ii a
I " .111 I
We Paint aud
Come in and
W. W. BERRY, Jeweler
417 LACK A, AVE,
Best Scv-3 cf Teeth, $3, 00
lucludln? the rInle exractlnj
bt ttKiU by ua it-tiiLiy iiuT vJ"
S. C. Snyder, D.D.S.
iaa tviiooii-NU avu
Jersey to place their tracks to grade on
O'Doyle street, formerly Fifth avenue.
A resolution, of which Mr. Sweeney
was tho father, was introduced, dlreot
itiir tho city clerk to olicit and invite
comp"titivo plans from at leant six
reputublo bridgo companies for tbe
superstructure of Linden street nnd
floating Brook bridges. The resolu
tion also provides tint th-se plans
shall be of no expense to tho city. Mr.
feweeiipy explained tutit the olj'ict of
this resolution was to r-.usiat tue city
t nginror in mal:iuthe best set of plans
tiif, r.iiiuui-: oRDiis Axcn.
The Linden stroetr.nd Koaring brook
bridges ordinance wero referred to the
streets and b-itjyt -s commitie?.
The follov;in;r ordiiianccs parked first
aud second leading: For paving I'ina
street, between Washington and Clay
evenuos; for purchasing horses for the
Neptune Engine comp my.
Ex-Po!icc Oficcr Olcrson's Sistor
Denies That His Reason Has
On Monday ex-l'olioo Oflicer Frank
Glmisoii and his f-mih'. of tho W.-i"
Side, left to v'uiit rebltlV-H 'it W-illi.-n
..Vntr, lir.idfnrd county, and E'.aiira.
't'tiis e.avj rise to th.- report that 3.' r.
Gleiisou had la-conn Iimno and that it
nad tie-m found advisable to remove
i.im to an insane asylum at Owegs, N.
Y., for trcutinent.
F.r r siut-ii Mr. Gloasou wis clubbed
by t I'ii-jer Thoijisa Lewis he has at in
tervals compi.i.ia.-d of ii-.ins in bis bead
and this fact T-ve color to the report.
A few wt- a.', a:; Mr. (jl .'.son rcsi.tmd
iroiu the foro... K:i v i as his reason for
hii notion ta. t an i-lior- v.-as boing
Made to (':ifi;ili'i;e I His f.Up-rior;
ot-ch.'fil at tin.- titu-i t'oal nothing had
beta hoard 0. 4 pin 1 to buvc lnui r.'-i.'i.-vo
l from tlie I'orco ai: l thai ho iJi.i-.t
hav.t been inn do the victim of a tale
bo irt r.
jir. Glenson'.j ii':tor, Mrs. Thomas
ilodi-rit-k. ol E'-ci: -i'.s court, was 8j.-d
l-u-t ui'iit by ti Titiim.su reporter, trio
ilenio I that h, r hro:ir;r la ins, mo and
s .id t'.ia br .-.'i nt. cn : visit to friends
at Vati"a Cunver a .id EiLiira.
lis has been working in ths C'ouli
iniilal uiiiie, sin said, bat bint Friday
night had an attack of heart trouble
s is n2,r at
to u:3 tliam, so
1 ipi.ivt. (j-nnart, 8-(pinrt,
E BATTifi a CO. j
12G Penn Ave. I
We are now
prepared to do
I 1 j 1 j V.i'
j l"- I -U L l" li
And you'll not be treating you-self righi; if you Jon't take advitulags of it.
Ev,rv shoo in ihe Iio-jpo is reduced 1.0 cost, aud many gools suca ns RUS
SETS and till SUMMER K1I013.5, a good deal less than cost.
WHITE CANVAS CXFORDS, test quality, worth SI.EO a pur, will basold
fur 75 CiMTS.
Sc:v.o Unit ars soiSod r.nJ tlisoolorad will bo ssll far 25 CENTS a pair.
There is no half way business nbou; it, but n -rat houiefnil
sITOE at t'io cost of nitiUlnir them. LET U,'5 !:EE YOTJ.
ra ,a r;, 3 r
LADitS' SUITS AftiO
33 PE3 CHIT. CFF.
40 PER CENT. OFF.
. - x
-- 1 a
and decided to take a short vacation
witb a view to benefitting his health.
SEW MINE FOltEMEX.
List of Thoss Who It'ooiv.d Ctrtlfloitet
from tho Stats D.psrtaiact.
Thomna J. Stewart, seoretary of In
ternal affairs, yesterdsy forwarded to
Mine Inspector Dlowitt certificatos for
those who had psssod a Bucosssfol ex
amination for uiiuo foremansliip anil
assistants In the second district. The
list of recipients is as follows:
Foi-fmi,u HowhII G. Reese, Robort
Fj. Owens, John T. Davied, Frances FJ.
Ccsirove, Alfred I'owoll, Isuao Wat
uins, Thomas F. Jones, David A. Jones,
Edmund Daviog, John Connolly.
Ajsijtauts Frank J.Campboil, Evaa
Walters, Lswia K Duvies, John Deve
raux, Edward . Davi3, Daaia Mat
thias, Cuarks Iliiiuaworth. Reci
KNOCKED DOWN AND ROBBED.
That's What Jacob Korean Says Hap
psnod to Him Tuesday Night.
J..eob Morgan accus-d Thouiaa
Thomas brforo Alleruiaii Fitzsimiuuua
yest rlay of having ussaultod him and
robbed him of a pair of pants on Tucs
day night last.
.Vnran says that be wa drunk mil
thul Tiiomus volnuteored to escort lun
homo When they reached a B-.-iludo 1
spot near tho It .und woods Thorn n
sec upon nun, itiioekjd hna suiisel ss
and stole from him a pair of trousers
which he was carrying undor his urui,
Tho al leimaa held Thomas lu the sum
oi f I'JO to appear iu court.
M'j-,11: Pilli-bory Flour sold tbnn any
oth -r brand made in th United States.
E SATISFIED with
nothin r but the best.
You will be satisfied
if you call on J. BOLZ and
get some of the bargains he
A C5 Coat for $1.49.
A C7 Coat for $3.
A Fino BlackClay "Worst
ed Coat for $5, worth
Lacl-hx Capes, all 0M3 J,
for $175, worth $9.
STORED nnd INSURED
IF AL1ERF-D LY
US, Fit EE OF CITARGB
During the Summer.
1G3 V7yoiain Ava.
rsicuxT oitvi: dank.
zcj wyominrr ve.
maksiialtj riiii.n & co.s
8 BUTTON ADDOTT, "
1 DITTTON All.'iOTT, I IT 7S Ct
4LUTTOX GEXEVA, L'U luIllJ
-i-uuTTGN iseptuxe, a Pair.
lu White Elaclc, Tans nn 1 Grey.
Former Prices, $1, 1.23 and ? 1.5.1.
Cor. Lackawanna and
25 TtiT CENT. OFF.
M EN'S ODTIUQ AMD
Grsnt'y RaJurjptl in Fr'os,
'S BEE HIVE