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THE. SCRANTON .TRIBUNE FRIDAY MORNING. MAUCH 27, 1896.
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? 'XOKTOVS Hl'LLETIX.
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Easter Books in Fine Leather.
Suitable for Wedding and Other (lilts,
American and English Makes.
Very Large Variety, l'o pular Prices.
Engraving and Printing
Calling Cards, Invitations. 4c,
To Urder on Short Notice. .
New Books, All the Desirable Outs;
Periodicals, Everything Worthy
01 Attention deceived Wheo Issued
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ok 1 lit:
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Scranton, Olyphant and Caibondale.
Havellie Initial II., II. A CO. Imprint
ttl in each cigar.
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: IMNUFACTUOS, COURT HOUSI SQ
C'ily Sollelinr James II. Torivy' spent
. Vul nfiiM v . iti Wi k . Itu rt .
lr. I Misciiliiiry. of lloiicsdalc, I'iilli'il on
S-I':intiin friends yesterday.
SU-4 Annie Mot-Icy. or I'itlsluti, Is' 1 h--fcuesi
-ill' her sister. Airs. It. Kundnll, of
A'lai is iivciiuc.
.Mr. ami .Mr. Klmer ('rune wave u party
l.i.-l . v 1 1 1 1 ik at their home on l.uckuwunna
avenue, in honor of their recent mar
riage. Many of the friend were present.
'I'iie event wiis very enjoyable.
COMMON l'l.KAS COl'RT.
Ik'fcnsv Will He lieu id in llio Pickering
trespass Suit Today.
When court niljiiiirneil yesterday the
tilainlift's side of the ruse 111 tile ait ion
fur $lii.iHii) lirniiKlit I iy KIlaH I'ickeriiiK.
of I luiiiuorc, auainst tile Scranton
Traction cinniiaiiy was cloned and At
torney Horace 10. Hand made the open-,
ins nrfMiiiicnt to the jury for tin de
reuse. .Mr. Hand stated to the Jury that he
propns)l to iniive tluit Mr. l'lckerini?
In ii'iiilicatloiiH for nn increase of pen
sion niiide In IW before the accident
happened to him. set forth the same
physical complaints in his pension peti
tion that he now wants the Tructk-n
company to Rive him damages for.
' .Mr. Pickering says he t. now Htlff cr
Ihir front loss of control of tile voluntary-
muscles of the alimentary canal
iriiil the Uidiieyr. )rs. Ittiniett, (luirl
ner. Wehlatl and llrowu, of Diinniore
were put on the Htiind liy the plalntifT
mid they testified that Mr. rii-keriiiK
would ifft Just such troubles from lu
lu Injured us he claims he was.
The jury In the replevin suit of VYII
. 11a in Morloy against Dr. F. S. DoukIiiss
lirotmht In a verdict In favor of the
loan 1 muclutcJ Hoast Turkey. ,.
I'uiir bird! You've hail hard work lu till
Yllll'Ve peeked foP him In ruin, mil
tilll 1 11 ill IllizZUt'il,
You yearned for food while you had hop
and brent h, '' 1
What mockery this stinlrw .after dentil!
J. J. Ii., in Huston Transcript.
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THK 'TUIMI'XK TOMortttOW
Wll.f. I'ltINT A. IT H Kit
UH'AI.' SHOUT HTOHY '
WHICH Wll.l. I'l.KASh:
i: kuv vi:i.sh-a.mi:uicax.
liii.N'T MISS IT.
WE ARE SHOWING '
New Spring Goods
The Bcst.StylcH ever olt'crctl lit
I ace and Button und ull the
best colors (or Luilics, Misses
FIVE ARRESTS WERE MADE
They Arc the qtrowth of the Klot
at Uunmore .Monday.
Are the new tiling. Von
:- .should see them before pur
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' : LOOK lit OUR SHOW WINDOWS-
410 Spruce StresL
KL'THVCX WAS SEXT TO JAIL
Attar spending a F Uoura Tbera II
Was Kelaased, Charlas kaotnar Ba
coming His Bondsman in tha
Sum of Kifht llnadrad Dollars.
. Four arrests were made at Dunmore
yesterday morning by the sheriff's
posse. The alleged rioters taken Into
custody are Christy Walsh, Peter
n'lloro. John I.ym h and James Fayton.
and they were Riven a preliminary
lli-iilim," In the ufleiiioon before AKIer
niaii 'Milliir.' Who eoniiiiued the case
for u further liearlmr this aftertuKin on
account of the absence of witnesses for
Hie prosecution. Thomas I'ayton. fa
ther of one of the suspects, swore out
a warrant for Hut liven on three
chaiKcs; Inciting to riot, carryliifr con
cealed weapons and iliHchaiBini? flre
urms. The warrant for Uuthven was Riven
to Diputy Thoinus J. Jordan, of the
alderman's ollice, but a search around
lown fulled tii locate the accused.
Special ,ilicer Tlerney was sent
out about u o'clock In the after
noun and he went to Kuthven's rooms
at the corner of Spruce street and
Frunklin avenue, arrested his nuin and
brought him I ief Hi- Alderman Millar,
who asked him If he could furnish $sm
buiJ for his appearance this mornlntt
nt 11 o'i'lock. Ituthven could not do
this and was sent to thecmtnty Jail.
Mr. Payton ulso swore out a- warrant
for the arrest of Thoinus l.ewton, of
I uiuiiiore. .ou the charge of . carrylliK
ciiinraled weniHiini, Special Oltleer M.
liyuir went alter the defendant and
found li I in ut his home, lie was broUKht
to- theralilcfiivnfi's'otllce und A.'l). Ilfil
lahil entered hull' Mr liliu for a." fin ther
heurtiiK ut II 'I'cl'ick this iiiorniiiK. ,
Tiie sheillT's posse consisted of Dep
uty Sheriff V. V.. Uyiin. Deputy Sher
iff' T. J. Price. Deputy Sheriff John W.
lieese, County Detectlvt l.eyshon, Pa
trolman Thomas V. Lewis, W. II.
Withers and D. C Itlchards. The lat
ter was the one who, swore the wur
raiits'oiit. and Mr. Withers was uIoiik
to lend his assistance In appro hciiiliiiK
the. rioters. They left the city ubout
l.::o In two rlKS and urrlved In Dun
iiiore at " o'clock In the iiiornliiK.
After recontioltetinif for about llftecn
minutes tlu'y went to the house of
Julius Sweeney to see If they could K''t
him.' The yoium man's father and the
rest of. the family pit up and allowed
the officers to search the house from
cellar to Barret, but James was not In.
His fathe" said he had not seen him
since Monday and was as cognizant of
his whereabouts as they
As they were mukiiiK ' their rounds
the strains of n pluno floated to their
curs and they discovered a rrowd huv
liitt u Rood time. Special Officer ("hurley
Wnrnci.was In the crowd and he Joined
the posse by request. He, lilcharihi
ami Withers did ereat service In locat
ing the yoUiiK men.
There whs not much trouble In flnd
Iiik them, w'hrlsty Walsh boards with
a nian named Lankan; Peter O'lloro
lives on I Doom street: John Lynch lives
two blocks from the Corners, and James
Payton lives on Chestnut street. The
posse hud only two vehicles ami one of
tlicin was u sinKle. Klehards ami
Withers walked buck, and the other live
of the posse and the four prisoners
piled Into the cubs anil about a o clock
ill the mornliiu the county Jail was
TAKKX FOK A HKAKINC
At. 11 o'clock the four prisoners were
lalieii from 'jail to Alderman Millar's
office for a hearlns,'- Attorney T. J.
IHiKuaii and M. A. McOlnley were pres
ent in the Interest of the defendants.
Attorney John . McAskle represented
the prosecution, but he was actlni; only
temporarily in the absence of Attorney
Ccoikc l.t. Taylor, who Is Kichards'
attorney, and Is out of town. The
prosecution nsked for a continuance.
and the defense asked that the suspects
be given a hearing or discharged. Al
derman Millar continued the case until
2 in the afternoon.
At tha' hour the office was pucked
with a crowd that extended half way
down the stairs. Kuthven was close
to lliclinids. the prosecutor.
Klchunls was sworn as a witness. He
tcstilleil that he saw ihe four young
men in the crowd. He suld Wnlsh
tired the first shot. He went to Dun
more wllh Ituthven to leiid the singing.
Mr. Duggan asked him his business
and lie said he is a musician.
In answer to the question put by Mr.
Duggun on wluit authority he swore
out the warrant. Kichards snld he did
it as an American citizen. He pleaded
for more time to get his witnesses
around. Speciul Officer Alfred K. ltoy
er. of Cedar avenue, was the only other
witness. IIm and Itlchards swore that
there wus a crowd of between lilK) and
Itl'THVKX'S H DY Gl'AHD.
Iloyer said he received $2 to go with
Kuthven and act as his bodyguard and
watch the door. He thought that
Walsh wns the one who shut Mink, but
he was not nosltlve. He lives at 1022
Cedar avenue. He denied that he hud
uny tin-arms in his possession.
,Tlie crowd' was so impatient and
Jostled around so that they broke the
glass floor in the office. The alderman
th"U cleared the court room.
The cas,was continued-until this af
ternoon at 2 o'clock. The aldernyin
fixed tJ.HW'ns the amount of ball for the
four defendants, $l.fi(H for .Walsh and
$2110 apiece for the three others. Walter
Hrowti and Thomas Payton iinlifleil as
bondsmen. The latter's son Is one of
the iiiartette. and Is u one-armed young
Special Officer Mink is in a very seri
ous condition and is losing strength;
there are no hopes at all of his recov
ery." Hi Is now in a semi-conscious
condition and not expected to live many
Ituthven was let out of jail ut mid
night. Charles Kaestner. the Cedar
avenue hotelkeeper, qualified as his
bondsman In tin- sum of $.mmi. He will
be required to- uppeur for u hearing ut
11 o'clock this morning. Kaestner and
Special Officer lloyer went before Al
derman Millar ut 1 1 .:: last night and
the former entered bail. They took the
paper out to the Jail immediately, got
the prisoner ami escorted him down
, town. .
Ituthven says that he will till the pul
pit of the Christian church ut Provi
dence both morning and evening,, on
l'RIZi: NAMi: CON TI'ST. .
I Novel Idea i volvtd bv tha - l.cliigh
Valley Kallroa Company--.Charles
H. l,ee, the eiieraetlc and re
sourceful general passengen tigvnt of
the Lehigh Valley ItnllrouU company,
who since he came from the West t
assume this position has been keeping
rival companies' on the quick step, has
evolved u new idea. It is a prize name
contest, and the man, boy, woman or
girl who wins It will be richer by ex
actly !2.ri in gold, plus a liberal quantity
of fume. The .details of the contest
The l.chlgli Vulley Railroad company Is
now -having constructed two Irulna of
elegantly equipped eurs loY service, be
tween Xew York and lluffulo, which for
completeness of dt'lull. Unci for eoliifo't
Hnd safety; will surpass any trains now
In operation In the world. The locomo
tives for this service embrace ull the most
recent Improvements for inulntaiiilng liiuh
speed, mid being hard eoul burners will
Insure freedom to passengers or the an
noyance of smoke, soot und cinders.
-The train will run dally, except Sunday,
II avinif New York and Uuffalo, respective
ly, about noon: the starting time being ar
ranged to enable those using the -train a
tt. devote part of the day to business or
otheraflairs before 4 Be hour of departure,
and at the same time-to offer every op
portunity for viewing the .picturesque I
scenes wmcn aooumi atoug me rout, tuci
which have made the lehigh Valley rail
road so popular with all travelers.
In order that these trains may be read
ily designated by business people and
tourists, it is -thought advisable to adopt
a name for them, which will be suitable
and appropriate, and In order that the
widest scope may be exercised 111 the se
lection, a prize of 121 In gold is offered for
the suggestion of a name that shall be
All comniiinieailons suggesting a name
for these 1 mills must be addressed to the
undersigned, and the envelopes marked
"Xame Contest." Each communication,
to insure attention, should be accompa
nied bv full name and address of the writ
er. The name suggested should be short
and lo the point, original In application
to rullrnud trulns, and one not in use by
any railroad at Ihe present time. 'I he
name which is finally adopted by the rail
road company will be duly announced
through the columns of Ihe dally pres.
together with the name and address of
the successful competitor, who will ulso
be personally notified. In the event of
more thun one person suggesting the name
which is llually adopted, the prize will be
awarded to the person whose envelope
beurs the earliest postofllee date stamp.
Competition open until April !" Inclusive.
PIERCE ISJOI GUILTY
So Declared a Jury in United States
POINT RAISED BY .MR. CLLI
Claims a lalted Stataa Statute of 1872
Was Repealed by aa Act of 1880.
Tha Question Will Be
Paaacd I pon Later.
, THK PKI.M'KSS ROSKBiD.
Charming Musical and I airy l itrava
gansa tiiven la Y. M. ' A. Hall.
A charming Juvenile performance en
titled "Princess Kosebud" was given In
Young Men's Christian Association hall
last night for the benefit of the Hescue
mission. It was produced under the
auspices of the Zenith Missionary hand
under the direction of Mrs. H. O. Hran
damore. Mrs. J. K. Meckel, Mrs. Fran
ces T all a ml Mrs. F. W. Lunge. The
libretto la by dairies Itradley und Will
H. Wilson and Is adopted from "The
Hose and the Itlng.'Miy Thackeray. The
music Is by Percy daunt.- The bills
characterize it as u muslcul and fulry
fXiravngunzu; In reality It Is'u clump
ing fairy story set to pretty music and
brightened by bewitching costumes.
It will be produced ugain tonight.
PltlXCKSS THK OKXTKAL FUJt'HlCj
The Princess Rosebud Is the central
figure of the story. She Is u wronged
princess, whose uncle has usurped her
throne, but who, by the Intervention
of Queen Whllewaml. a good fulry, Is
at last seated on her throne und ulso
joined ill happy marriage to Prince
Cililey, who by a coincidence that
might seem strange outside of realms
ruled by fairies oiul authors of comic
opera, was also been deprived of u
throne by another wicked uncle.
Iteatrlce Morris,-the daughter of Mr.
ami Mrs. John Morris, played the part
of Uosehud. nnd u churmlng princess
she made, whether clothed In her lie
witching costume of the forest' or as a
grand princess after the good offices of
Fulry Whltewund had seated her on her
throne. The other characters were
cast as follows:
Prince Curly Itoss M. Surdam
l-'alry While wand Louise Davenport
King (Iruliall William K. Mrundamoi'e
Queen Sarah Maud Chalmers
Princess Xepherlove Daisy Capwull
Prince Ponderous Hubert Alexander
liulilguuze I'.iiinia ull
Sllverwings Phoebe MucQuuw
Madame ii'iift'eiiougli J. lliirson Vail
Patrick tiruffeiiougli Simon X.ve
Heir lliff I'Veil .Moor-.'
lieudsiilT J allies Madison
Howard Moore and Harry Van Itiper
Piutilst Laura Meldriiin
FAIIJIKS A XI) TOTS.
Fairies Minnie Lunge. Klla Walters,
(race Mine, Cora Halileinann. Anna Mor
ton, Laura Itrowu, Kinuta Yall. Mabel
Frith, tirace Si'liiine, Florence Doiid,
'race I'ei-k, Ida Penman, Klla Moore.
Helen Vail. Ida I line, .Mabel AlcCauley,
Tots Herbert Kopli. Florence Walters.
Huron Waltnan. Malili tlrlttitlis. Kuril
nweiis. Willie Calliimr, Itobert llelfiick,
Charlotla Crowsdale, .Mildred lloi't.in,
F.lleii Cordaux. Hazel Wallers, Maria Har
lan. Loyd Siiiitic, Hilda Young.
Soldiers Clarence I Island, Josfpa
Ill-own, David (irittlth, (leorge Kvans, I'M.
Itlilleiiiiin, A. Walters, (leorge Coar, May
mond Siiinlerson. Kay Klce, John ItrundM
more. Art hut' Chlffer, W. y.urllnilh. Hex
Fiiniham, Charles Haemliges.
Wood Xvmphs Trytlne .Morris, P.mnia
Frey. Lizzie (iriflllh, Josle Siebeclier, Ma
bel Wallers. Carrie llurland, Jennie Doii
iloyan, S.i I Ik- HiiHiiis.
It gives pleasure to announce thnt
the general desire to hear as many
of Sousu's own popular marches us
possible at his ci Hirer', tonight ut the
Frothlnghaui will be gratified. Sousu's
success and pooiilurity . ure doubtless
us much due to bis musical composi
tions us to bis ability as u leader und
musician. He Is ns widely known In
this country through his Irresistible
mui'ches as for his magnetism us a
leader. Mr. Sousu claims thut every
occupant of a seat in his organization
Is a musician of uncommon skill, xnd
thoroughly worthy of the company he
is In. All are models of devotion to
nnd udmlrntlon for their leader.
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Cumllle D'Arvllle nnd her opera
company will be seen ut the Frothiug
hum Suturduy night in "Madeleine, or
the Magic Kiss." This artist has thor
oughly ingratiated herself into the
hearts of the music-loving public, and
Is reaping both fortune and popularity.
.There Is no more Interesting llgure in
theatricals today thnn this fair singer.
A few years ugo Lillian Hussell was the
Idol of the comic opera stage, and later
Pauline Hall made a bid for public
favor. There wus some rlvnlry be
tween Uii'in but both went on enter
taining the tiiihltc with operas of the
light order and held the "right of way"
until Cumllle D'Arvllle made her bow
to un American audience. She ninde
an Instantaneous success; was received
with open arms by plny-goers, and
before she wns a fortnight in this
country had become the central at
traction In the Held of comic opera.
ii II II
Lottie Moore, last season a strong
curd with Hoyt's "A Black Sheep." will
be the "Hasty Writer, the Typewriter,"
with Ward & Yokes' company, who ap
pear at the Frothlnghaui next Monday
night, pri senting their famous play, "A
Hun on the Bank."
The Jury of the t'niteil States dis
trict court which heard the case against
Walter Pierce tried on Wednesday for
passing counterfeit money "yesterday
at noon broujrht In a verdict of not
guilty. Judge Uuttlngton in discharg
ing Pleace. told him thut his conduct
hud been very suspicions und udvised
him, If he hud ever hud anything to do
with counterfeit money in the past, to
shun It In the future. The jury wns
out un hour and u half before agreeing
upon the verdict.
The first case culled in court yester
day morning was thut ugalnst Kllus
Williums and William Asliton, of
Bradford county, charged with selling
oleomargarine without paying the spec
iul tax. They pleaded guilty and were
remanded for sentence.
The next case called was that against
J. C. Culii, of Sunbury, charged with
using the malls for fraudulent pur
poses. It was charged thut Culp, who
wus In business in Sunbury. sent
through the mull orders for goods In
large quantities from different dealers,
which goods he quickly sold at prices
less than their cost and fulled to make
payment for the same. The action wus
brought under a I'nlted States stutute
WANTED INDICTMENT Qt'ASHKD.
Culp wus defended by James Scarlett
and N. J. Shlpmaii, of Dunville, und
J. 11. Dewitt, of Sunbury. .Mr. Culp
moved thut the Indictment be qiiushed
us the uct under which it wus drawn
was repealed by nn act of 1ss. Judge
bufflugton refused to quash the Indict
ment und a verdict of guilty wus ren
dered by the Jury. Sentence wus sus
pended und the defendants were direct
ed to renew their bull uml appear at
the session of the court to be held In
Pittsburg where urguiiieiit will be
heurd on the question as to whether the
act of IMS repeals the act of 1872. This
Is the first time this question hus been
raised und if it shall be decided affirm
atively its effect will be to release a
number of persons from Jail who have
been convicted and Imprisoned under
the statute of ISSft.
Alury J. Crowell, of Tioga county. Is
now on trlul on il chure of tiertory.
The case was cunea yesteruay aiter
noon. She la charred with falsely
swearing that she wus married to Or
rin B. Tuft, deceased, a veteran of the
War of the Rebellion, and thus at
tempting to secure liension for Tuft's
minor children, whose guurdluif she Is.
It was admitted by the government
that the defendant lived with Tuft und
Is the mother of his children. It wns
claimed, however, that she wns not le
gally wedded to him and could not be
for the reason that during' the time of
their cohabitation Tart hud a legal
wife, then living In the stute of New
York and from whom lie had never
Mil. CAM KHON'S MOTION.
Mrs. Crowell wus defended by ex
Assistuut I'nlted Stutes District Attor
ney Cameron, of Tioga county. At the
beginning of the case Mr. Cunieron
moved thut the indictment be qiiushed
because It stuted thut the perjury wus
committed on a day other than thut on
which the defendant affixed her signa
ture to the affidavit, the falsity of
which constitutes the perjury alleged
In the indictment. District Attorney
Hall admitted the error which he said
hud been caused by the carelessness of
his stenographer. He asked that the
case be continued until the next term
of court when a correct indictment
would be presented. Mr. Cameron
withdrew his motion and the trial pro
ceeded. Its course throughout the en
tire afternoon was marked by argu
ment on the part of Mr. Cameron
ugalnst the admission of evidence und
the construction of different statutes
bearing on the case. Just before ad
journment Judge Huffiligton, after hear
ing brief testimony on behalf of the de
fendant, directed the Jury to find a Ver
dict of not guilty.
District Attorney Hall said lust night
that he expected to be able to clear the
list of all cases by noun today when
the session will probably adjourn.
HKQl'KST IN QrKJLEY CASK.
During an Intermission In the Crow
ell case yesterday afternoon Attorney
L. P. Wedeman. of this city, moved
before Judge Huffingtof) thnt the cuse
of Dennis Qulgley against the Wrought
Iron Bridge company, of Cunton, Ohio,
be remanded to the court of common
pleas of Lackawanna county, for trlul.
The case Is an uction brought by
Qulgley ugalnst the bridge company
for damages. Qcigley was employed
In the erection of n steel shaft ut Wil
liam II. Hlchmond's colliery nt Hlch
monilale, this county. He suffered ser
ious injury, he alleges, through the neg
ligence of the defendant'! agents. The
case wns instituted In the common pleas
court u' this county but was removed
to the I'nlted States circuit court by
Judge Knupp. attorney for the defend
ant. Judge Knupp opposed the motion
before Judge Bufflugton who reserved
decision pending the submission of
briefs by counsel for both parties to
the suit. '
PUlshury's Flour ml. la have a capac
ity of 17,500 barrels a day.
THE THEATERS LAST XIUHT.
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A well-pleased audience saw "In oi l
Kentucky" at the Frothinghum last nlgut.
The story of the play abounds In stirring
ami sensational scenes, but is- romantio
ami Idyllic by turns and throughout hus
the flavor of genuineness ami freshness.
The characters tre drawn with much skill
and were very cleverly interpreted by the
company that was seen last night at the
Frothingham. The incidents and strong
climaxes are leil up to gradually and logic
ally and ure v part of the story, list
night the race track scene and the danc
ing of the pickaninnies were received
with great applause by .the audience. Tile
company was evenly balanced and made
up of very competent players.
"Moths" Is one of the strong cards of
the Huntington Stock company and last
night for (he second time this week it
was .produced ut nhe Academy of Music
and was receive! with every evidence of
favor by the uudience. Tonight "Our Ken
imetit" will be given. It is to lie military
night and many member of the National
iuurd are expected to attend In full uni
John A. llimnielleiis' clever comapny
presented "The cioldeu (Hani Mine" -fore
the pull-ons of Davis' theater yes
terday. The play Is by McKee Kankiii.
There are many exciting situations ami
the plot grows in interest toward the lat
ter ucts. As Jack .Mason, the lover und
gambler, Chester 1 Vonde, was remarka
bly good. As an actor Mr. D Von.le
Is certainly deserving of a front seat in
the romantic school. Tommy Sherer, who
formerly did black face work, made much
fun yesterday, and Miss 'Men trice Karle
and jiaby Johnson came In fiaT a share of
the applause. Specialties which are In
troduced complete ail unusually pleasing
performance, liowson's orchestra is an
other feature of the show, it will run for
the rest of the week.
Head 'Ihe Critic."
Tomorrow's Issue of the Scranton
Critic will be better than uny former
illustrations The oral school, jxir
triats of Hev. lr. Cnnn, Hon. (lariick
61. Hardintr ami District Attorney
Departments I'ersonul nnd Society,
The Field of Vol I tics. Woman's De
partment. The Harmless llnssip. Sort-no's
Column, Huso Bull, Wheelmen.
Music nnd lit- Drama, und a pleasing
story of tht civil war. Something; of
Interest to every one.
For sale nt news stands and by newtt
boys. Twelve pages, B cents.
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once the call hi- and the disease Imme
diately dlsuiieiirs. The first dose
grently beticllts. 73 cents. Sold ly
Curl lAiienz. Druggist, 418 Lackuwunnu
u venue, Sciunton.
Always in the Lead.
Pictures This Week
We have iu stock 62S
framed pictures, suitable
for Parlor, Dining-room
or any part of your house.
Some are a little shop
worn, lmt most are per
fect. We move to our
new store, 303 Lack, av
April 1. Do you want
some pictures at any
price? To save breakage
they are to go. This is
the wa': f
rWK'. Pictures, Today loc.
$1.50 Del 11 res, Today ."()(.
$'20 Pictures, Today $0.
REXFORD, Lacka. Av.
I III III
The Burglars' Dread,
For the Nursery,.
Sick Room or Chamber.
NO SMOKE. NO SMELL
Wick will need itu trim 111 inu: (or
one ycur. Produce its own Has,
given u perfect liulit in the Mint,
plcst, cheapest undcleuncst meth
od known to science. One cent's
worth 01 oil will produce nits
enough for J(M hours. Assorted
1E1CHEL & MILLAR.
134 WYQIIIE IVEHUE.
Walk in and see them burning.
Iu order to cleau out all '
Winter Suits,' also Spriiig
Overcoats and Spring
Suits from last season
we make the remarkably
low price of
On $20, $18 and $15 Lines.
lSSee our spring styles
Derby and soft Felt Hats.
Our Furnishing Goods for
men we sell at our book cost,
The lowest prices of any
house in Scrautou.
STEINWAV A SON'S . . .
Acknowledged tha Leading
01 tha Warl4.
kRANICHE BACHU and other.
Sheet Music and
OS SPRING, III III COLORS.
205 Wyoming Avenus.
WITH SPRING ROLLERS
Any Color or
Quantity You Need.
P. M'CREA & CO,
Purchatara will always llnd a complete
alack and at price aa luw aa tha qual
ity al tba Instrument will permit al
I I Hill. BERT'S
117 Wyoming Ave. - - Scranton
THE BEST STOCK
IN THE CITY . .
Also the Newest.
Also tha Cheapest.
Also the Largest.
Parcelaln. Onyx. Kto
Sliver Novelties In Infinite Variety.
Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds,
fl. E. ROGERS,
215 Lackawanna Av3.
128 Wyoming Ave.
THE KEELEY CURE
Why Int your liomnniul bitaim-NH lie diwtroy
el tlii-ouitb strong ilriuk or morphine, wlieu
von can uenurmi in four week at tlio Keeley
liiNtititrtt, 72H Miulixun avHDUH. Acruiituii, Fa.
I he Cure Will Hear Investigation.
ana your eyes wtB
take caru ot you. It
ou ara troubled with
oadaoha or nervoua
nc vmiQ CVCC I
ur iuuii lilu r.:,,oiK. shim.
BL'KU'S aud bavo your oy" examined free.
W to are reduced price mad are ths lnwmt in
tba city. K tusal spectacles from (1 to ti, gJla
from Si to W.
303 Spruce Street, So rant on, Pa
Will Move April 1st to 433 Spruce Street.
TIIKY WILL Jl'lHiF. HIM.
Attorney Cornelius Smith Will Ha Tried
by Three- of Ilia llrethren or the Bar.
Attoriicyti S. H. l'ricp. K. C. New-i
comb, und City HollclMr .1. H. Turrey
were appointed ycHtenluy by the court
to take charge of uml prnnectite the I
rule entered in the matter of the din-1
barrtnent of Attorney t'orneliuit Smith.
They will Hit us u ciiiiiinlssion und 1
hear the evidence In the case and luuk-i
their report to court. Mr. Smith hus
been Riven until next Moudiiy to xhow
cause why he ahull nut be disbarred.
The three attorney will be prepared
then to enter upon the function of their
nHKl'MATISM Is cuused by lactic acid
In the blood. Ilood'a Kursuparlllu neu
tralizes this aeld and completely and ie:--munenily
cures rheumatism. Be aura to
tsel only Ilood'a.
HOOD'S PII.1.9 cure nausea, sick heud
ache. Indigestion, biliousness. Suid by nil
7,OI0-11AUI.OV lu KiiiKhunilon, N. V.,
by Itcv. John Alfred Kinilkner, M;ilvh 2.7.
Illto K. olio, of Norwich. X. V.. und
Miss Itosle A. liiirlow, of WllkKS-lturre.
lJn. - -
ntil.liKN III Scranton. I'a., ilnreh 2.7,
ISMii, Mrs. Sluruuret Uuldcn. Kuiierul
Hiiturduy tnurniiiK nt 8 o'clock from her
hue residence, 51.7 Meridian street. The
' renmlns will be taken on the U..70 Del
aware, l.uckuwunnu and Western train
to New York, where Interment will be
made In Calvary cemetery.
. - GRAND OPEIIK OF OUR
Saturday, Monday and 1
uesday, Mar. 28, 30, 31
The largest display of -Medium
and . High Class Goods ever
.made in the city; also a great
In the latest styles and colorings
"Particular attention is invi
ted to our Mock of Dress Trim
mings and Linings,
We have a fine assortment of
Ladies' Coats and Capes,
Ladies' Shirt Waists
And Separate Skirts
AT REMARKABLE LOW PRICES.
BARGAINS FOR ALL IN
Ladies' and Children's
Hosiery and Underwear
KID GLOVES iu all the new
shades. An immense stock of
Notions, Linens, Wash Goods,
Domestics aud Geuts' Furnish
gWe make a Specialty o
Laces and Embroideries.
MEARS & HA
415 and 4-j7 Lackawanna Ave., Scranton.