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TITE SCE ANTON iTEIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 17. 1894.
Is asked by every one
during these summer
days. The seaside and
mountain retreats offar a
solution of this question.
But none of these are
complete unless you avail
yourself first of the right
kind of material to wear.
For our August offer
ings of requisites we
have chosen exception
ally SUITABLE ARTI
CLES and recommend
them for their Useful
ness, Reasonable Price
and Desirable Quality.
TO DRESS WELL
Is a problem that must
be faced by many.
Has been largely due to
the fact that we furnish
goods in style and finish
of the high-priced at
WATER A3 A HEALTH CONSERVATOR.
It May He Cud Iiitarnallj as Wall at Ex
ternally with Ouud Remit
The Internal use of water is a subject
about which physioiuns have bad much
dUiJUHiiim, aud about which cot all doc
tor are agreed. Its value u an agency
(or tbe prevention and removal of dis
eased conditions is, therefore, too little
nndersioud. Judiciously used, water taken
futerually may be made one of the most
important factor in tbe preservation of
good health and physical vior.
Nearly every case of inflammation and
irritation of tbe bladder may by the prac
tice of copious water drinking, especially
on thu empty stomach, be palliated to
such extent as to cease to give even annoy
Nothing that can be taken into the
stomach will better conduce to keep it and
the general system in a healthy slate than
a pint of water about the summer temper
ature of hydrant water, drank from one-
half to thre-quarters oil an hour before
The first few swallows should be small
and within a few seconds' intervals of each
sther, but tiff last half should be taken in
us large gulps as possible, with the body
erect and chest well thrown out.
The principal benefit derivable from this
practice is perhaps the mechanical flushing
aut of tbe undigested contents and the ab
sorption of tbe additional water into tbe
circulating system, although snme of the
Hood effects may be attributable to the
jrnail quantity of tbe secretions of the
mouth, which is inoideutally carried down.
and the loc.ti tonic influence of the water,
Whatever may be tbe rationale of this
treatment its efficacy as a promoter and
preserver of health is second to none. The
body should not be prone again for at least
throe-quarters of an hour after drinking,
The temperature of tbe water may, as a
matter of Uste, be disagreeable at first.
but that objection will soon become insig
nificant before a little resolution. There
is no situation in which firmness with one's
disinclinations may be more profitably ap
Very bot or very cold water should not
be taken upon an empty stomach. The
practice of drinking hot water just before
meals, which prevailed extensively a short
while agq, has fallen into merited disre
pute. The stomach does not until after a long
time recover from the debiliating effects of
a drink of very bot water imposed upon it
while empty, iionce no food should bo
taken into it immediately after such
draft. New York .Mail and Express.
Rut In the Barber's Chair.
There is one place In which even in the
midst of the busiest day tbe most hurried
men rest, and that is in tbe barber's chair.
!io matter what oares and perplexities,
what schemes and anxieties fill the mind,
tbe moment the soft fingers of the barber
begin to pass over the face there comes a
lull in the turmoil of tbe brain, aud for a
blessed quarter of an hour there is quiet in
the cerebral cells. Boston Courier.
In the Breakfast Boom.
If practicable have the breakfast room
face the morning sun, and In the window
set some blooming plants, to be repluced
by others when they cease to blossom. Let
In thesuuliubt upon them and the table,
and try to greet the dawning day with
happy couversa and gentle lauirhtor. Noth
ing so well fits man or woman for the
duties of the day as to begin it with cheer
fulness. Yankee Blade.
The black ironwood (Condalla forrca).
found only in southern Florida, is more
than 80 per cent, heavier than water.
The world is always interested in tbe
care of consumption; yet its prevention is
of far more importance. Dr. Wood' Nor
way Pine Syrup is gnarnute-d to cure
coughs aud colds. SoA by all dealers ou
guar an tee of satisfa Won.
Hirrhcqf nf all 5n T.eavpninar Pmvpf. .T.arpsr TT P.nv'f TJonnrt I
a - - , e -- ,.r .
Ittston Educators Become Excited at Regular
A SPIRIT OF CONFLICT REIGNS
Tha Appearanca of a Gentlsman Who
Poies as an "Attorney and Citizen"
Creates a Breeze Interesting De
bate Follows Teachers Located.
An Estimate of the Press Reporter,
Special Ui th$ Scranron Tribunt.
PiTTSTON, Ps., Aug. 10. The souool
oard mt la spruial seisiou in th-
uigb school bull llu last ereuiug for
lbs purpose of beariug the report of
the committee bavin in charge tb
Discing of the teeobers for the ensuing
year aud suoh other busluesi as inighi
come before it. Msrs Allen, Aobott,
Brvdeu. McCormlc Langati, Mil",
Eagen Htus an I MuN -intra
answered to tbe roll call. In the
abs-nee of Sortery Brennaa, Direo
tor Eines vrssuutilutd to ot in tha
oapsoity. Ou motion or Ltngau, sec
onded by Abbott, it wasdoidd to kal
soniint tb- walls of the seteral sohools.
W. F. Myr's bid being the lowest,
$143 20, he was awarded the ooutraet.
w.is decided on motion of D.rtotor
Mt-Naniar to have tbe directors' ro ni
u tbe oi l William street school bull I-
The report ef the soiamlttse to lo
cate tsaebers for tli eusuiug scholastic
rear wns present, aud ou motion the
teport was reeoivel aud the couiuiitte
was ilsobrs;d. To teachers as they
re located follow:
High school bulMina High school
room, Aliases spencer ana oyie; eigmu
grad. Howell; seventh grade, llclile;
sixth grade, Morrow: fifth grJ, Deinp
sey; fourth grade, Collier; third grade.
1'atters'U: eecouJ graUe, Uuraon; nrst
UIJ bullntna first grain, u.ewitt; sec-
ouil grade, Battle.
Lppfr nttKtai Koom 1, Burse: room
Jordau: room S. Ualiagufr; room 4,
Kesilug: room 6, Lsvau; room 6, Carroll.
vln tlill -Kouiu l, li aruey; mora 'J,
Price; tooiu S, Martin; room 4, CooUcau;
room S, t'laike.
il kt street Koom 1, (Jilhsple; room,
Orrgou Boom 1, Fay; room 2, Cunning
M. N. Doun-lly, who was present
daring the niilug, n-xt oecu.ii'd tb
Htteniloa of the bord Uou receiv
ing recognition, he' said: "Mr. Co.ir
man and Dlreeiors: I appear before
von la adul ospaclty of attorn-y and
e Mzea to prefer cbaraes against th-
priuulpaior your sebools. 1 propose to
proTe and snbslautlate by am avlts
rrofe-sor ohlel, who was present,
jumped to bis feet at tbi
. oiiil of th proeeedingi and
a.idressinsr tbe ohair, r-qaetted that if
the sp akr bad any ea rges t prerar,
be proper way to do it ffm to pr-a-nt
them in writing. At the aun-tiui"
he look ocoaswn to remind Mr. Don
nelly tnat be cucld not appear befor
tbe bonrd a as attorney for the reuso i
ne was not suob and, further,
that be ws not diottilng to
manskin, bin a - man as ws
bU privllKge when in the oonnoi
ehuuiror. A bot exchange at rvportree
followed and for a time things looked
erlous Mr. Donnelly tinaliy reqnstel
that a tlm.' b fixed when he ooulJ ap
pear betore tbe board and present bis
ckarcet. A motion made by Dir otor
Ulue and ircouded by Miles prevaile ,
that the board Would bold meeting
i or the purpose on Friday evening,
lue awarding or tbe oootraot for the
I uildiug of an ailditioa to tw O e.u
nobool was award') t G. KorB W i -sob,
his bid being $3,448. On motion.
be ws rtqaired to i uruis i a bond in
tbe sum et $5,009 Frofssor Sale! ap
peared before the board aud sold he
desired te ssy thai be regrett-d
the allfd lawyer wbe bap
psaed to be preaxht earlier in
ibe evealBg wae not present
as be desired to say be oonrted any in.
veetiaaiiea tbst he deelrel to Di
rector Hlnes iatennpted the spesket
by saylsg that ss the matter ba l bee
dtssjene; ef be tbeasht tke discussion
we aaeaiua rer. Ukairmaa Allea also
took noesi te say that as luere were
seTeral members of tbe "prs"
represeated there was no telling
bow their reports would ap
peer in print. Professor Sblel
responded by ssying ' Tnere ar news
paper men wbo are gentlem-n, while
there are others wbo are liars ty
birtb, instinct and profession," This
ended tbe discussion. The awarding of
the contract lor the fnruishlng of sup
plies was deferred until tue next meet
Oa motion of direotor Langun the
salaries of tbe old teachers w. re al
lowed to stand as last year. The new
teachers' salaries were ordered regu
lated by a previous rnle governing
their oase. After disposing of som
minor matters tue board ailj 'UrneJ,
MINOR PITTSTON MBNTION.
Tbe Troilontjmp.iDy ip'Ct to have
their cars running to the junction by
'lbs walls of tbe new Miners' bank
building are being constructed at a re-
mrkble lively gait.
By a chimney toppling ovr, upon
wbiob be was sitting, How ir I, sou of
J. U Riokette, of West Piitston, bad
the misfortane to break bis left arm at
At a meeting of tbe Ilagbeitown
soliool board hld Weluesduy evooing,
J T. Foy. reoently elected, rstgnnd.
It was accepted and Miss F orenoe
Abbott wns elected to fill the vacancy
Tbe complete list of tescliers now I
as follows: Prinolpal, J. V. Lord;
srsamsr room, Ella GHllespi; inter
m-iilat-, Josepblue Gilleple; prim try,
lirsoe Morrow and r lomuoe Abooti
The seeretary .was instrnoted to bave
tbe teachers sigu eootraots previous t
the opening of tbe subools. aad to
nolily them that tbe np-nlng will take
plno on Monday, Sept. u,
Tbe csrp'-nters bsve starter the
fr tting of tbe new Reap building on
Willi . m street.
Jame H. Collier, of Butler s'reet, is
preparing to eret a hau.isoui-) 8 story
r sbleus en the corner of Broad au I
Fred Brews anJ family bave taken
ap tbeir resldenc o Bro id street In
Ibe w.sterly half ef Jehu Koast s new
Owieg to a break in lbs masblnery
that propels lbs Djla blower, tbe
moulding department of tbe Stove
works has be a idle the past four days.
Rev. Father Gtunou, a priest of tbe
nrder ef the Jesuits, wbe a .a bees eoa
dieting a retreat at tbe eonveal ou
Vfilkes-Bitrre mouatalu, aad Rev.
Father Jordou, of the Wllk s-B u r
'lioeese, were the guests of 0. Djuuelly
Mrs N. J. Smitti sad lahter
Hein are visiting frlads at Bluanunt.
Rev. P. J Kala l-Tl yoterdtr m ira
lag for Oueau Grove to jiu bis
Mleses Mary aad Carrie Williams
are visiting la Maine.
Mrs. Jane Watklus, Mrs. B D.
Thomas and family, Mrs. Charles W.
St. Johu aad daughter, Luoy, left yes
terday luorulng for D lunr, N. J.
P. Gallagher, Wlillam Fay aud T.
Durkin, who bve been stopping at As
hury Park, returned home WeduHady
Mi-s Either Toahlll, of North Main
uV'Uue. uo"iupiuid by Mi Nor
K.UM'ty, of aursnlm. have gone to
New York, where tliey will spend
several weKi with friend.
Mrs. Alice Fines, ui iiJMOton, visited
ner brotuer, G. U. Wiute, last Tuu
dy Mr. aud Mrs. S erllng Blfrland
Mrs, Byron Uall, areeujjyiug tbe Dean
lies of Aai ury Perk.
Mr. and Mrs. D B. Graham and son
T. N, Graham, olerk of tb oullrts, of
D-uv-r, (Jul , are the guests o. A B.
Miss Lottie L4, of th Waverly
House, has retnmM after spetrlin n
week visiting fi'inidj aud relatives in
All kinds of soft drinks and tobncoo,
i-igars and elgarettes at tbe Little U I
The W verly B t Bil club played
th' Clark's Sumiui B B II clnbsnd
won by a soom of 21 to 20 Frank
Urtlley n in pi rd the guns
Mrs. J. B M-r-lion Is ei'ji.'ing th
Abrovn sad surf I'nthiu at VVeei
New Brighton for a w-ek
E. F Leightou od f mily re visi
in k G"org B-dford, at Br Creek.
R'V. J. Wnitebuisr, formirly pastor
n th 1 Uaplis' cbursh here, ut now of
, Brooklyn, N. Y. will bold servl :es in
the m irnmg at 10 30. and the rogular
pasior, Rnv. A. ti rgn Browe, wlw
uold services iu the evening at the B i,
Messrs G'orgs Perry, Hirry F,
vV arurrand Clu la Relsh aco uipa'ile I
Oompuny A, Thirteenth r-i;iin ut, to
Csuip Crawford, Gttyabiri.
Ice cre' m al the Little Dolmonloo,
Mra Hrnrr ThotaLnou, mother of
Mrs. L-ster Steue, is serlooly ill.
Mesr. Lneioa Kuneily, John Pe!-
nam, Fred Mumfnrd and B rt Midtau
retnrned frim c raping at Gravel pun'
and report good flsulug and having i
general gnnl time,
Alfred H rvey and family, of Seran
ton, were visitors here vsstenlay.
Rv. John Wlntcb.of the Frei M'tb-
odist ehurcii, is attending the otnp
meeting of that denomination at
Ararat, SQqi-hanua county.
There will be a woods meeting
c.mp meeting) nt Fell s grnv next
S-itur lnv aud last tat over Sand y, un
der the ansnloes of the African M-th
odlst EpUcopnl ohurob. N pains will
its snared !y tbe pistor, K-v O. T
Davis, and tbs eungrsgatloa to mik
the ra-tins a sucoesi. E alneol min
isters will b preheat to eouluo1 the
rvio-s, whlo i will be held at 10 80 i.
m aud 3 3) a 7 p ta Dr. C. As
nury, of Pt.Utmrj, will Oe present.
All kinds ot hot and cold lunches a
tbs Lltile Dilitiontoin
A Byrua Cowl", R B. S'lerman,
Mra. Jonn Freer, of Uinghatuton. Mlts
I la Sherin n, Mrs. Cheliter, of New
ark. N. J., Mlex N-llle M'rsnou and
Miss Bl ineue K nnely o insurined i
party that utt-nd d the rentiiou of th
Graad Army of the R pnidlo at Fir
view, and ei, Joyed a trip to iionesdale
R v. F. H. Faraon, of the Methodls
Episoopal enureh, having fully rocor
rrl tils beaiti, win noia s rrio-s a
i s Methodlat E'dcpal ohurob San
.iv tu rning at 10 80
Clam ohowler tomorrow and ev-ry
lay tnereafier at Martin Buld's Little
Ouaian eed Curs.
We authorize our advertised druggist to
sell Dr. King JNew Discovery for Coir
ninnilon, Coughs and Olds, upon thU
condition, it you are allllcted wltn
Cough, Cold, orauy Lutii, Throat or Chest
trouble, and win uie tuis remedy as ill
rected, giving it a fair trial, aud expei ieuce
so benent, you may return tn- Dottle an 1
bave your money rof uuued. We could u
make this offer did we not know that Dr,
Kluu'e New Discovery could be relied ou,
It never disnppoluts. Trial bottl tree at
Matthew Bros', drug store. Lnrje size
60c. aud si.
The raoe mo-t of the Mipl- CI'
whurlonen, to be held here on O
is atracting much attenilou and
looked forward to as nnn of the fe-
ares of tbe year. The wl e linen ar
nthnaiastin and are doing all in the!
l ower to ni'.ke the raoe attractive hii
to senre ntrles from riders from
MorantoB, Wllkes-Birr, Pltiaton, Por
J. rvis and all n-U i boring t wie
Jnienn M. H-rria and El ward C
S'oue, of New York, are the UfSti of
Mrs Lsooold Fuerth
Tee pasange of tue tariff bill has b
a marke( fiaet on Urn- I tie sufar
L took a sa ideit tnmnl. The fall oa
oarred in the post nfuV.
Mr. and Mrs J. D Weaton bave re
turned from their trip to Aabnry ptrk
J Kirk Rose rMnrn d hm-yea
terday after an ehiiine of s-veral day
Mrs. Willi m 8 Uaywarl who b
been seriously ill for sVerl weks
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin F. Torr-y have
returned bouii aflar an nbmucs of aev
Word was reoIved yaster'ay tha
Colonel Daniel a K Her, lr ,t'ier ol
Mrs George C II ill uad died after
One of the prlnelpal feator l of lb
tiicyele meet Ou-tuber 4 will b the one
tulle Wayne county championship lor
county rl't-rs only.
Joseph N. Welob Is suffering from
sprained ankle. When about boardiug
tbe train at Fsrview Tuesday be
stepped on a blocking pin and was
throws to the ground.
There will be a Dnde or wneeiutea
might. Btartlag from tbe elty hall at
o oinck, the line of march will tans
n all the principal streets.
Carbon dal 2.
Mrs. Marshall Kider. ol Soranton, Is
the gnest nf her psr-ntt lu tbls city.
Mr. and Mrs. WlllUs Ulngb.ta will
eave this w-k for their aauual Visit
wiih friends in Canada.
Mr. aad Mrs. Chnrl-s W. Mellon aad
in will leave today tor a Stay at tbe
E. a Sahrlver. formerly freightages
or the rie eeupauv bat new boldiag
i sirallar poaltiaa at L-xingtou, Kf., Is
p-nuiug a few dya la Ibis plaev.
Mlas Olsua Uerriug baa returned
from a iwe week' visit with fiull-
Mies 8adl Lswls of Sou til Mala
ireet, Is visittug friends iu iJuraatoa
mi uyae rrk.
George M. ohm. ot Bingbamteu, N.
Y , aiade a busluess trip te this puce
Mrs. Wlillam Sberrer and sen,
Joseph, left yeeterday for a weatb's
islt with frieola ia BheUola Glen
ad Kingston, N Y.
Mr and Mre. T. L. MeMlllan of
Helem avnae, are speadiog a few
lays at Crystal lake.
tulelllgenae bes bees reelvej lu this
oity of the death of L-wia K, see ei
Mr. and Mrs Johu Kaee, oi 184 Hprlug
street. A few years ago be lost sis
-non and was taken te tbe Danville
II isidtal for the Insaue, where he died
it We luesday. Deceased was bora lu
his oily twouty-fotir years aie Th
remains were bionxht to this city lasl
eV'-ning tor interment
Bernard, an Infant eon of Mr and
Mrs. John He nan, ol 100 Speooe aire t,
lied ou W-'dni-s lay eveuiuc of cholera
Infantum Tn funeril servlcs will
e hld tnls aftrioou. Iuterment will
e marie In ut. Rosa cemetery.
1 ms v-nlng occurs the eonoert by
H if In Evens' company lu tbs Bplls
Mr. md Mrs. Peier Swlgert, of Cot
j sir-'?, ar- m mrul ig tee death of
nelr nttl" s in. it I ward, wbo died ys-
tt-rday morning. Tbe funeral will oi
cir ou Saturlay nflerooou ai 3 ., c eck
I'lteTin-nt Will be made U Maplewood
There will be ne preaeblag ta tbe
baptist tab-'rn iole on Suaday. Sunday
school nd Chrisilaii E ideavor meet
ing will ft held as usual.
Howard Potter Is ou a month's stay
t Atlantlo City.
Mrs. Al. E Ritynor sad daaghtor.
Gertrude, rlnrnd yealerday freta an
x end'"! Visit with friends iu Ciian-
t .nq u.
William Broadman, one of the in-
spi-trs of the state lord of health,
rrivs l iu this city yesterday morning
11a nume in reap.in-e to tne uutli'e
.roin the local hoar I of health oi
li-mninz the water forniaiel to tu
ivesi side reel leuis by the Fallbrook
ud Newton Water c nap my.
Tbe parlies who i.p.-ut two Weeks'
v.oaii.iu at Wild Km oolt.ige, Lnk
Wluols, broke c-inu ou Tuesday Us
ud returned home very asucu beue-
fl ted from th frsti air as I wholesome
Wil-rs of th IwauiilUi Kke.
B llui in & Cll.u are vary aco mm
Utiug to I, eir euatom -r, as s. ui uave
a great dllanee to waik aud are UVr&
ud Ulr y; tU-y will flu I a eoel aud
refreshing ''rlrjit of 'vfld ebrry fur-
nisned by the firm, which is very
Pleasing to tbe palate.
Mis N -itH Beriiy, accompanied by
.Mis G nru I btteeps, of Bloomsourg,
r turned home yesterday.
Henry Buoohorn was a sailer In tow.i
George Hiverly makes a gracefu
M-srs. F. E. Hill and J. a Drou ,
of 1'rovi lonce, spent Wednesday eveu
ing with frtwuds here.
Mrs Charles Faherinssr is still on
trie sick list.
Mr and Mrs. Ctmrles GUI left town
for Puekville on Monday last.
rvil-e sianohoru and fesally. are
sp-B.IIng a vacatlou visiting friends lu
Tbe members of the Republican club
f this pUc, b-ld a metiug ou Tuj
day evening list,
Mr J. B. McD inald. better known
as the silver-iongue t orator, et Turoop,
will deliver a leetnre at tne Calil
thnmoiou room a. Ba'jiet to be
"Tbe Poasl bill lbs of flo'.i- Aut'iltlon."
firthsbeuelt ef tke Grat,d Order of
Baohelnrs Adminalen, 25 eeuts. Do
not mlas tbls great l'Oiore.
Mrs. John Borate, of this plaee, -.
brat'd her fortieth birthday en Toe-
d iy evening last and a large asm i-r el
friends and re! tives wr breseal
the gu's's enjiied inemsevs with
vosnl and instrumantal minis and .
few popular gam s ued for ami
luent nl such g th' rings. At 10 80
urmd and sumptuous supper wi
s -rved and all present gave amp e las
lice to the repast. 1 boss preset front
out of town w-re Mrs. Jonn Tioran
and sons, of Peckville; Mrs. GrifS
Williams, of Hyde Park. Tuns nr-i
enl from Ihroon wer- Mr. and Alra
Siiott, Mr. and Airs. G rver, Mr. and
Mrs. Brown, Air. nn I Mrs. Jenkins,
Mr. and Mrs. Fryer, Mr. and Mrs. T
I. Williams, Mrs. ( - Knni an
daiigntrs, Mr, and Mrs. B sal R blu
Mr. and Airs. Panr-y, Mr. a id Mrs
Biagliam, Mrs. Gill, Mr. A King au I
a few o her frWud Tne boet'S of tb
weuiug re-lvel q-itte a uuiuowr of
v ry uaeiul tr-sn s Tnsy ull euj.iyei
themselv auitli ri clcek, all le.viug
the oompllmeiila of those gatbariaa
and wibing ibe lady many relurus ol
the Same an nil tl day
Mrs P J Iin,.,iii. ,.f iSornnlon.
a Oill rl'i town yesterday
Mi-s LizbI- Blewlit, of Pit "'on, w
ihs been vieili u her cnnaln, Ml Jn
Cnwley, return a h in Inealty
Miss JUIant- M . O t ne Hi
i-i spending A f-w diVl nt Wlik
Mi-s L Kisi Mi C .wlev. win h is been
vi 'liing iri ii is in loiv'i ferlhpi
two w ka, bis ri'tiimel to U-r n'lin'
Mrs P. C. Kill nil r and two shll I
r n, of Newark, N J , returned home
ft-r an i eude I visit In t.iwn.
The Brown, jra., til tyed two gam
ol ball yes erday alt' rn ion, one with
the Athleilc, or Green Ridge, and th"
itner witn the El'Otries, of Taylor
i n yw rj vleiorum lu tint h gum
Score of ih fonii r nm , 14 o 4; ol
tne latt r, 17 lo 10
IvTian DVjy wu icv, w rare her fWaorie.
Whoa alia waa a Child, she cried fur Caotada.
When she berame Mias, she cluag to Oastorla,
When alio had Cldloreu, she gave Uusa CSastaruv
Miss Jennie Lauxhaey. who has
eeu spending her vaeutiua at Atlantio
City for the past month, returned
Jeha MeGswan. of Provldeaoa. stu
dent ef St. Thomas's, attend tbe
rarewetl gathering at Euan's ou Wed
nesday ev-ning. .
Patriot G llairber removed to bl
iew hnnse ea 8 ff ird etreet vesterd y.
MiBI Mary Egan. Of Wllbee-Barre.
vislViil Mlaooka frleuds during tbe
A farewell soelel was tendvred tn
John Egaa en Wednesday ereHg at
ma noma. iae m tuners or tbe I ia
Men's Institute were present and xtr
seats 1 Ulus with a copy of Wh
et-r's staadard dlerloaery. W. U. Me
Donnagh, president of the Young Mea'e
Iistilute, delivered tke preeeatatloa
speeeb. ltV. Jehu Lougbrau Was
present aud delivered a very fine
apeeeh In behalf of Mr, Elan's go id
qu li'ies. Jbn Mtekia, Johu Mo
Laughllu aud Johu Lougurau, thrae
young studeuts ef St. Mary's seminary,
siilliiuere, made brief spaeebes. Tue
followiug uiaia W at tie Yauug
M.u'a Iustitute e .eh dalivereJ a short
address: P. J. Malheria, P. F.Caalek,
J. A. Powell, M. 1. Jasge, M. J. Car
roll. The addresses were followed by
number of solos from tbe different
members vf the party.
Geerge W. Dwyer, who bss been
away vieWot fer aouie time, returned
Wedurs lay ulubt,
Arthar W. Ciose, DtaM Reef, Dun-
mure; F. E. Parkhurst. Wilkes Brr;
H. E Peine. J. J. Me lagile. A P Cur-
ran. Hirautos; G. li. Porter, Cliff r J;
James N.tyUr, Pltlslou ; J. W. Buunell.
ocrautgu, reglatered at tbe HoUl bt.
A large gang ef workmen who bav
beau eonstruoting tie loag distaau'
telephone between Forest City aud
Sol'autou for tbe past tuoul, Uve re
moved to Lerhondule for a few days.
Mrs. luoinas Kietl Is quits seriously
Harry Durk, of Nluholsou, was a
caller lu towu ystrday.
Alonday ulght burglars agala entered
Ibe Onurlo and Wealeru svallea aud
t'oeaday moralng Agent Duuu fouiid h
UHUCage of elolulna- uark-d Lonie
Jipiiz Mayfleld, c. d,p 82, stolen
irjm tue express ro uu, aad a good
many eatables from tbe freight room.
A goo 1 tuasy people from our towti
were at Farvlew wltn the veterans ou
P. T. Flaherty. dlDttober for the
Ontario and Western, has gene for a
Vacation to til mnnatalus and lakes.
He will be away ah'tnt one week.
A I uu muting Seal.
The mother seal at the Zoo got rather
gnj Sunday afternoon while a IjIk crowd of
ladies, Kentletneu and children wns stand
ing around enuorly watching tbe baby
seal. The mother seal would watch and
tee where tbe crowd was thickest, elide
quietly under the water, come up cloee as
poeAible to where the crowd was, and Mien,
with seemingly pure deviltry, jump up aud
splaah the water iu sash a way as to cover
uud wet every one within twenty feet. Aud
it kept this sort nt fun up all Uie after-
noon. No mutter en which side of the
tank the crowd ot, the seal would makes
quiet sueak under the water, and then,
quick as lightning, show up near the crowd
uud get in its funny business. Cincinnati
Itaruabee aud the Tramp.
Henry Clay Baruabre ia credited with
bring tbe author of a new juke.
Tbe other day, while standing iu front of
.the Standard, au ableuollel, but a very
dirty, old tramp came up to him uud told
bim of a great uvuiy things be could do,
trying at tbe some time to wheedle a twenty
five cent piece out of tbe comedian. At
last Mr. UarLahee got weary aud said:
"Can you play ebfekerar"
"Yea," answered the tramp.
"Well," aid Mr. Baruubee, "it is your
move." JNew York Telegram.
Meet remarkable ut tbe f ungi that grow
in the great oarer ua are mushrooms, edible
or otherwise, lu vnat beats, Uie product of
which, nasulllvated aud uneaten, reminds
one ot tbe champignon proruuratcd by
thousands of buahels artificially in caves
of I' rauce for the markets of the world,
Geiseler tubes cau be converted luto brtl
liaut beams of 11a; ht hy being held utur a
ouil or a large sheet vi tin plate eouueeted '
with a pole of an allerauilng tuaablue,
and the uroepeets are that we will tooa
bave a revolution la the artificial produe
The custom ot rislug at tbe "Hallelujah
Chorus," which has coutiuued to tke pres
ent day, waa beguu ou March US, 1743, ut
tbe first performance of tbe work iu Lou
don, when tbe kinx set tbe example.
Tbe Biuet lutereetfug gt-ograpulcal fea
ture ot gvuat caverus is to be found lu the
etrmui which aiuk lute the sand or leap
down Korges, dieappeariuK aud reappear
ing ut intervals uioel mysteriously.
Ktne buitdred and fifty-five religious
periodieals are published In this country,
wuich are estimated to have a total circu
lation of 8,U7,G60 lor each iasue.
Ail That's Claimed
" I hud a poor appetite, that tired feeling ana
was run down, but Hood's Siirsaparllla hat
Dtf 'aw done mo a great do:il o
P 't 1. t evvlu UUVU O UUblCc
appetite and do not
feel tired. I can rco.
oniniend Hood's anrsa-
pnrtlln as nn excellent
B) Tin;: or full ucaicino
': .: si r'1'!
teep the Wood hi
nrftur Mvcalf n-.t
three dnugliiais have
J taken over six hnttlc.
v '(J aim ii uas uono us
much food. Vi do
not now have te oall
upuu a uoctwr, u lor-
' nu-rly, in tbe spring
Albert Kinwy Uiue, anJ 1 e.m say that
Aut urn, l'u. Hood's Uuraioi Ilia is
all llntis claimed fortt. I mult boarUly ro
orv.nicnil it, and u!:all always keop tt lu my
lioime." Ai.iikht Kut'scv, Au'jiuu, fa.
parilla Be sure to get sftirCS
1 IUWU O 23T
Hooiil'a Pill ure purely vegetable, and do
tot purge, pain or gripe. Sold by all druggists.
I rfflnj suluol huina Prjpir for the
beet 1 eg .
horouih eoursus tn iluato and Art
Teeeiiere' Llau lvea bet preparation for
( uuna ereial Course biclndes Typewrltiag
t'oel loiis cured (or Graduates,
bead for Dew lllveirated circular.
1 li. LOUMUJ, A.M., rluclpal
W TT A !
suj , 1 1 ;JUU yiTMi'iiii
400402 Lackawanna Ave,
Fine Holland Shades, with heavy
knot fringe, Hartshorn Rollers,
Plain Shades, 20, 25 and 30c. each.
Measurements taken and shades put up by experienced workmen.
We Carry All Widths Store Shides in Stock.
Brass Extension Sash Roili
15 and 20c. each.
A few Vienna Porch Shades
left that we will close out at cost.
406 and 408
in Scrnuton and vicinity that can attest to
the furnishing-up qualities of the
especially the FURNITURE part of it, but
IS THE STUFF
that we arc blowing loudest about this season,
will bo heard with delight by the economi
cal housewife, whila it will vibrate disagree
ably on the ears of the
Bring your measurements and get onr