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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-THUItSDA.y MORNING. MAY 0, 1897.
IT WILL ABOLISH
The Senate Posses an Act Relating to
A BOARD OF ARBITRATION CREATED
Slbcl Hill, I'mnicd by tlio Stnto IJill
torhil Association, 1'nsscs Hoiisu
by ti Voto of 131 to as.-Llst or the
Opposing ;iIcmbcrs--Tlirco of the
IjCxow Reports ConilriiiciW-Othcr
IlarrlBbttrg, JIny C In tho senate
tblH morning tho act authorizing nnd
lctiulrlng the' stntc treasurer to pay
tho expenses o any Joint committee of
the legislature, parsed llnally, as did
tho bill requiring the several counties
of the statu to pay costs and cxiienses
of apprehending- and returning a fu
gitive from Justice charged with or
convicted of tho commission of a fel
ony. By a vote of 29 to 11 the act pro
viding that all candidates In emigre")
plonal, Judicial and legislative districts
bhall be nominated at primary clec
tlonu by ballot also passed this stage.
This bill abolishes the conferee sjstcm
Jlr. lirovvn, of Lrivvrence, asked that
the house bill, which among other
things Increases the pay of mine ln
nrectois from $-',000 to $3,000 be lecom
mittcd to that the lnspectots could be
lieaid. This was done. Hy unanimous
consent. Alt. Merrick Introduced a bill
creating a state boaid of urbltiatlon
for tho settlement of differences be
tween employers and employee. The
boaid Is to bo composed of three mem
bers and each member Is to lecelve $5
per day for each day of nctivt service.
President Pro Tern McCnrrell named
Jlessrs. P.eckor, Heller nnd VauKh.ni as
members of the committee, on the part
of the senate to investigate the man
agement of the Eastern penitentiary.
The governor lnfoimed the benate
that ho had signed the resolution pro
viding for the appointment of a vvo
inans auxiliary commission to rcpie
pent I'ennsjhonia at the Tennessee
Centennial; nleo that ho had signed
the resolution making May 15 next a
public holiday. The benate this afUr
lioon received from the finance com
mittee the bill taxing direct Inheritance.
This bill has been amended In com
mittee, piinclpally by the Insertion of
n provision to increase the tax In the
revenue law of 1S93 from t.o mills to
four mills on Insurance policies nnd
requiring the legistcr of wills of each
county to make returns to the state
treasury monthly Instead of quarterly.
Three of the Lexow committee re
poits that were refeired to the com
mltee on municipal affairs were le
The senate then adjourned until Mon
I-.1BUL HILL PASSED.
Tho libel bill framed by the Pennsyl
vania Statu Editorial association
passed the house finally today by a
V ote of 131 to 32 Mr. Emery, of Mercer,
made a legal argument against the bill
and was followed by Messrs Farr, of
Lackawanna, and Smith, of Jeffeison,
with speeches In Its suppoit.
The bill pi ov Ides that in no case can
the defendant In any prosecution for
libel be Indicted for tho printing or
publlculton of the same libel upon the
hame Individual in more than one coun
ty of the state. All the other provis
ions were stricken out yesterday when
me uiu was unuer consideration on
third reading. Those voting against
the measuio are Messrs. Pell, John C.
Urophy, Cieasy, Gutshall, Ely, Em
oiy. Fredericks, Hoy. Jennings, Kay
lor, Koon Kershner, Kessler Law
rence, McConnell, Maple, Miller, Will
iam II Mong, Moore. Linus, "V., Oime,
Patterson, Samuel D ; Phelps, Reed,
Ileese, Sanner, Singer, Smith, Silves
ter, S , Stiadllng. Underwood, WcIsjs.
"vVelllver and Wilson, John S.
The house settled down to work on
the consideration of the calendar of
bills on third reading nnd final passage.
Pills fixing the width of public roads
nt thirty-two feet; providing for the
publication of the catalogue of tho
Mate Varlan; and providing for tho
paymei. of school dlicctois while In
nttendai t upon the convention for the
election c. a county supeilntendent of
schools, and providing a penalty of $3
for non-attendance were defeate t on
A bill making a misdemeanor for su
peilntendents or any one In charge of
an asylum, or hospital for the Insane
tc refuse the attorney, physician or
lelatlve of any Inmate permission to
visit him or her while confined there
in within certain hours dally passed
Adjourned until tomorrow.
TO ESTABLISH A COLONY.
J.nud in nnstcrn Schiivlliill Is to He
Reading, May 5. A meeting of repre
sentatives of labor exchanges of Penn
sylvania was held here today and to
night for the puipose of furthering the
project of establishing a colony of 300
ncies of land In Eastern Schuylkill
It was announced that a number of
families would Join. Tho colony Is to
bo established on the plan of several
laige colonies In cxistenco In the south.
CHESTER FARMER MISSING.
l'innncinl Dilllculties Said to JIu tho
West Chester. May 5 J Caldwell
Moore, one of the best known farmers
of Chester county, Is reported missing
Coupled with this circumstance, Sher-
For Illllous nnd Nervous Disorders such as Wind nnd P.dn In the Stomach. Sick Headache,
Giddiness, Fullness unci Swelling nfter meals, HUrlncssuud Drowsiness, Cold Chills, Mush,
lngs of I lent, Loss of Appetite, Hhortness of llreuth, Costlveness, lllotchesou thofSklu, Uls.
turbed Kleep, E'lghtful Dreams and all Nervous and TrembllnK Hensuttons, Ac , when these
symptoms are caused by constipation, us most of them are. Till! I IRST UOSU WILL UIVI1
KELIUP IN TWI'.NTY MINUTES. Tills Is no fiction. Every sutlerer Is earnestly Invited to
try ono box of these I'llls, and they will be acknowledged to be
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE-
WJLCtlAM'S I'll.LS, taken na directed, w III quickly restore fomales to complete health.
They promptly remove obstructions or Irregularities of the sjsteni. For u
WEAK STOMACH, IMPAIRED DIGESTION. DISORDERED LIVER
they net like magic a few dosed w ill uct wonders upon the Vital Orguns; strengthening the
Muscular HjBtum, restoring tho long lost iamploioii, bringing buck tho keen edge of uppe
tlto and arousing with the Kosebud ot Health the whole physical energy of the human
frame. These nro facts admitted hy thousands in all clusses of society, una one of the best
guarantees to tho Nervous nnd Debilitated Is that lleecham'i PHI have the l.srgeit bale of
any ratcnt medicine in me world.
WITHOUT A TtrVAL.
2t"c. at Drug Stores, or will be sent by IT
ew York, post puld, upon receipt of price.
2ftc. at Drug fitores, or will be sent by U.
lit Hayes this morning levied on
Moore's real estate, nnd personal prop
erty In Cain township, and tho court
issued an attachment for his arrest for
Tho Judgments upon which execution
was Issued amount to $1,800, but with
the mortgages on his place and other
Indebtedness exceed $16,000.
A short time ngo the court ordered
Mr. Moore to pay over to his ne.hov,
Benjamin Young, of Coatesvllle, a trust
fund of $1,000. This he did not do, and
Judge WJiddell decreed that ho bo
brought Into court and answer a chargo
of contempt. Tho Blicrllt has been un
able, however, to servo the attachment,
by reason of tho defendant's absence.
SEEDS CREATED DISCORD.
You ne Parmer Is tho Cause of
Trouble in n I'limlly.
West Chester, May C B. F. Myers,
a Phlladelphlan, who until recently re
sided with his wife at her country seat
In Pocopson township, apienred before
Magistrate Ilupert this morning and
had a warrant Issued for tho latter's
arrest, charting her tvlth crime of a
serious nature. Her alleged Intimacy
with a young farmer, named Hnrrv
Seeds, created discord In the family
f-ome time ago, and separation fol
lowed. Young Seeds was subsequently
arrested, and last week was convicted
In quarter sessions court and sentenced
to pay a fine of $100.
C0UNCILMEN STAY ANY AY.
Allniitnuii's Select llrniiuli Is Still
Allentown, May C Select council is
tlll deadlocked. This was the regular
night for meeting, but not a single
member of clthct Mde was present.
Last week the Democrats Issued nn
ultimatum, offering the Republicans
either the chaiimau or clery, nnd say
ing that If tho Republicans failed to
accept this pioposltlon they would nev
er meet them again. Tonight was tho
Last evening tho Republicans caucus
ed nnd agiced to give the lcmocrats
the clerkship It was believed that the
deadlock would certainly be broken.
LAW BREAKERS GO FREE.
Thcro Wns No llurgcss or Justice to
Pittsburg. May G Sharpsburg bor
ough, a suburb of Allegheny, Is In a di
lemma, bflng without a burgess or Jus
tice of the peace. These odlcers were
to have served from May 1, but have
not received their commissions.
In consequence half a dozen law -bieakers,
arrested by the borough po
lice, had to be leleased the mornings
following their arrests. The tough ele
ment In the borough Is taking advan
tage of the situation by committing
many minor offenses.
TO ORGANIZE FOR QUAY.
Tho Object in Having Senator
tlrcws nt Pittsburg.
Pittsburg, May C In connection
with the report that Senator William
II. Andrew b Is to bo collector of inter
nal revenue at Pittsburg, It Is said the
object In bringing him hero will be to
give Allegheny county Quay Republi
cans a ltadei familiar with the work
Senator Quay's friends )cra realize
they have been losing ground In Alle
gheny county, owing to Senator Fllnn's
fine waul organization.
STATE ODD FELLOWS MEET.
Spcrinl Session of tho Grand Lodge ut
Pottstown, Mny 5 There was a full
representation of gland lodge olllcers
piescnt at tho special session of tho
giand lodge, Independent Order of Odd
Fellows, of Pennsylvania, held In Potts
town this evening, at the looms of Ma
natawny lodge, No. 714 Oiand Secre
taiy J. B. Nicholson Is among the vis
itors. A business session was held and then
the unvviltten work of tho order was
exemplified, which was followed by a
COAL TO BE ADVANCED.
Humors That tho I'rico Will He
creased '-!," Cents n Ton.
Philadelphia, May 5. It was reported
this afternoon that anthracite coal
companies were arranging to advance
pi ices fifteen to twenty-flvo cents per
ton on various sizes about June 1.
The list that is now ruling has been
supposed to rule for beveral months
past. At tho olllco of the Philadelphia
and Reading Coal and Iron company it
was stated that the talked-of increase
in rates in June would probably not be
realized at the time set, but would
likely take place a month later
Allegheny .11 nn Said to Ho a Defaulter
Pittsburg, May G. Major II. McDow
ell, of Allegheny, was arrested tonight,
charged with embezzling $600 by Joseph
Albree, a prominent North Side citizen,
who alleges that McDowell Is short
that amount he collected In rents as
Albree's f - while Albiee was in Eu
rope. AGED COUPLE BADLY HURT.
Horse Huns Awny nnd Throws Them
Against n Tree.
Sharon, May G A probably fatal
runaway occurred near Orangevllle,
flvo miles west of this place, today
Charles Detwller and wife, an aged
couple, were out driving when their
Annual Sales over 6,000,000 Boxes.
H. Agent, I. V. ALLKN A CO., 3UU Canal Street,
awjK uev upun appiivuiiuu.
Munyon's Cold Curo cures coldB In tho
head, cold on the lungs, old colds, new
colds and obstlnato colds, nnd nil forms
of grip. Stops sneezing, discharges from
tho noso nnd eyes, prevents catnrrli, illph
thorla, pneumonia and nil throat and
lung troubles. Thcso plensnnt llttlo pel
lets nro nbsolutcly harmless, have saved
thousnnds of lives nnd proventcd much
sickness. Price. 25e.
Improved Homoeopathic Home Remedy
company rut up a separate curo lot each
intense. .' t nil druggists, mostly U cinta.
Guide to Health free.
Personal letters to Prof, Munyon, 1503
Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa., answered
with free medical udvlco for any disease.
horse ran away, throwing both out
with great violence against a tree.
Detvvller's skull was fractured and
his wife sustained lnternul Injuries.
Detwller will die and his wife's recov
ery Is doubtful. '
BURGLARS AT FORTY FORT.
They .Unite Awny With $150 Worth of
Special to tho Scrauton Tribune.
Wllkes-IJarre.Mny G Burglars made
away with $150 worth of silverware
from the residence of Louis Winter, of
Forty Fort, Tuesday night. When the
family awoke In the morning they
found the doors open, burnt matches
scattered nbout the lloor and the lower
part of the house turned topsy-turvy.
The Winter residence Is only a short
distance from tho Caldwell lion works
from which a large quantity of tools
was stolen a few nights ago.
WAGES TO BE REDUCED.
Wyoming Vnllcy Trnctlon Company
Announces n Cut.
Special to the Scranton Tribune.
Plttston, May G Tho motormon on
the Durjea line of the Wyoming Val
ley Traction company's road received
notice yesterday that commencing May
15 their wages will be reduced 115 cents
At present they nro receiving $1.75.
The company gives no explanation of
STATE NEWS IN BRIEF.
HOUSEKEEPER TURN'S THi: TA
BLES West Chester, May 5. John Con
toy, a 75-j ear-old lesldcnt of West Not
tingham township, was lodged In tho
Chester county prison by Constafolo Pol
lock today. Conley nllcgeb ho was at
tacked and badly beaten jestcrdaj by his
housekeeper, Mr?. Nettle Rice, against
whom he Instituted prosecution. Mrs.
Rico furnished bill for her appearance
at court, and then turned tho scales by
sweating out a warrant for Conley's ar
rest on a serious charge.
JOHNSTOWN TO GET THE STATE
rAIIl. Johnston 11, lly 6. Manager
Prank A. Cresswell, of the Trl-County
Agricultural and Driving Park associa
tion of till city, closod a eontrai t with
tho &tato Agricultural society today by
the terms of which the state fair will bo
held In this city again thlsjcur, early in
HANGS HIMSELF AT TO.-Pottstown,
Maj 5 George W. Strohl, In tho sovtntl
eth year, a well-known citizen owning con
bldorable real cstuto in Pottstown, com
mitted suicide by hanging himself In iho
garret of his house. Tallure to collect
rents and Interest, It lb aUesod, drov o him
RD3ERVOIR TOR COATnSVII.I.H
West Chester, May G The borough coun
cil of Coatesvllle, has purchased a mill
property of Chalkley J. Gilbert, for $7,500.
A new leservolrwlll bo built Immediately,
after which tho water supply will be in
creased by using Sucker Run.
COI.iI.Y13R TAKEN TO BEVERLY.
Chambersburg, Mny S Oillccr Kelpie, of
Ileverly, N. J., arrived here today with
requisition papers and took back J. Elliott
Collyer, wanted there chaiged with rob
bing tho house of .Mrs. Henrj C. Ingra
ham. DROPPED DEAD ON HIS WAY TO
WORK. Williamsport, May C Jacob
Whitman, a well-known shoemaker,
dropped dead on tho street this morning
while on his way from his homei to his
place of buslnes3. Ho was Co years of
SALESMAN IS STRICKEN WITH
H"EART rAILURE-iMechanlcsburg, Pa..
May B Mr. Yohn, traveling talesman for
a hardvv iro firm In Yoik, had two attacks
of heart failure In this place today. His
condition this evening is critical.
STbTDSNTS SUSPENDED AT DICK
INSON Carlisle. May 6 Several stu
dents of the preparatory department of
DIoklnson collcgo have been suspended for
a brench of dUclpllne.
SIXTKEN THOUSAND TROUT TRY
PLACED. Pine' Grove, May 5 About 1&,
OOo trout fr lavo been placed In tho held
waters of tho varlois mountain streams
south of here.
REGATTA COURSE FIXED.
College Crews Have Chosen Their Train
ing Quarters at Poughkcepslc.
Four Racing Days.
Pouphkeepsle, May 6. The local re
gatta committee was olllclally notified
yesterday that the Intercollegiate com
inlttee had decided to hold the boat
races on the Poughkeepsle course.
The letter of notification was written
by II. S. Vanduse.r, who, with P. (3.
Danks, was given power to select tho
course. Yale, Harvard, Cornell and
Pennsylvania have secured quarters,
and Columbia has seveial places In
view, ono of which will probably be
selected this week.
There will be four triangular races,
the dates of which follow:
Wednesday, June 2J, Yale, Harvard
and Ccnell freshmen.
Friday, June 25, Yale, Harvard and
Wednesday, June 30, Cornell, Colum
bia and Pennsylvania lreshmen.
Friday, July 2, Cornell, Columbia
and Pennsylvania 'varsity.
Arrangements are already being
made for excursion trains to the jace
from all directions. A special rate will
be given from each college city and
from up the state. It Is Intended by
the railroad companies to offer a half
rate on all these excursions. To see
the race from a boat tickets will be
from $1 to $5; from trains along the
river banks probably U. On chartered
launches tickets will be about $10.
Kvery precaution will be made nt
Poughkeepsle for tho biggest crowd 10
see the greatest boat race ever rowed.
It ,1s tho understanding of the man
agement of all crews that the race
this year Is likely to bo the last rowed
at Poughkeepsle. The crew managers
do not like the treatment Poughkeep
sle has accorded them but they had
practically no cholco tills year but to
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An advertisement to that
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A word each insertion in
the best and most uni
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sylvania, THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE
Advs, Under This Mead One Cent a Word.
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I7OII hAI.K DnsIltAHU: IOT. WITH
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TW "l 'UkCCT MYrnCIN'IfxTllK
X Conl i:ehange, In tho clt of Scranton,
l'n., lrlda.v, May 7th. IH07, nt 10 11. in.,
twenty thousand dollars of the bonds of Tho
S runtou I.aie Curtain Manufacturing com
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town restaurant; one who i-un open
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A RESIDENT OF SCRANTON', WILLING
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accept. If dual races are the card next
year another course will be selected.
Hob Cook says Yale is not rowing as
she should this season.
The 'Worcester high school crew are
negotiating for a race with Harvard
freshmen on Lake Qulnslgamond, tho
latter part of Slay.
Champion Jake Qaudaur has signed
articles with Itas llogers, of AVorces
ter, Mass., for a. two-mile race to be
rowed at Orllla, Can,, May 24, for the
championship of America and $500 a
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Adv. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
pocketbook, containing n sum of money
receipt for pew rent, Elm Park elmreh, nnd
some other papers. ITnder villi please leave
at 1 1 1 Adums avenue, und receive reward.
UEALEl) PROPOSALS 1'OR THR RE-
freshment privileges ut the Laurel Hill
Park, also dancing pavilion, on July 4th,
during the progress of the groat tinuual
games of the scrauton Caledonian Club, will
bo received bv
It. W. RAXKIN, Secretary,.
llox 18, Scrunton. Pn.
HOTEL LICENSE TRANSFER.
T.N RKTRANSrEROr HOTEL LICENSE
of William J. ( rulg, ofthe 8th wurelofthe
city of Scrnnton to Koons.
Xotleels hercb given that the Court has
fixed Muy ill, 1H1I7, at nine o'clock iu 111., In
open Court as the tlmo und place for hearing
Solicitors for Petitioner.
TESTATE OF THOMAS
llj late of the city of Si runtou,
wnnniwountj, dlcinsed. Letters testament
nry In the abovo named estute having been
grunted to tho undersigned, all persons hav
ing claims or demands against the samo will
please present them for payment, und those
indebted thereto will please inaKo Immediate
puv meut to
THOMAS J. WILLIAMS, JR.,
VOS11URO A DAWSON, Attornejs.
TN RE: CHARTER OF THE SOUTH SIDE
J. Hebrew Women's Assoc lutlon. In Court
of Common 1'lcas of Lack. Co., No. 700 Muy
Notice Is hereby given that an application
will bo mtulo to suld Court or one of the Law
Judges thereof, on the 'JUth duy of May, A.
D., 1807, ut nine o'clock a. m., under tho
corporation act of ono thousand eight hun
dred uud seventy four (1871) und supple
ments thereto, hy 1'iinny Judknvltz, Sophia
Harris, Funny Harris, Emmu Kclberg, Jen
nie Morris. Rcgl Weber, Funny Wlsenbereer;
Regl Stnkoilti!, Regl SchimilovlU and
Funnj Sehlungcr, for a charter, Intended
corporation to be culled the "South Side
Hebrew Women's-ABsoclntlon." The chnruc
ter und object ofwhleh Is maintaining 11 so
ciety for beneficial purposes to Its members
und Hebrew women of the illy of Scrunton
from funds collected therein nnd for these,
purposes to have, possess ami enjoy nil
the rights, benefits uud prlvcleges confirmed
by suld acts uud Its supplements
JOHN F. SURAOO,
OTICEIS HERE11Y GIVEX THAT AX
implication will ho made to theGovern.
or of theStutoof Pennsjlvunhi on Tuesday,
tho 11th dav nfMaj, 1807, by Lowell M.
Gates, ('. J. Hubbell. II. C. Hubbell, William
S. Hojd, Jr., und William D. Uoyer, under
the Act of Assembly of the Commonwealth
of Pennsjlvunhi, entitled "An Act to piovlde
for tho Incorporation und regulation of ecr
tain corporations," approved April 'JOth,
1H7I, and tho supplements thereto, for the
churter of un Intended corporation to he
lulled "The Hubbell Electric Lump Coin
panj," tho character nnd object whereof Is
"the manufacture of Iron or steel, or both, or
of uny other metul or article, of commerce
from metal, wood or both," unci for theso
puiposes to have, possess nnd enjoy all tho
rights, benefits and prlv lieges of the said Act
of Afcsemblv und Us supplements,
WILLIAM D. HOYER, Solicitor.
rnilE ANNUAL MEETIXG OF THE LOT
J. holders of the Cemetery Association of
Dunmore villi bo held at their office on the
grounds on l'rlciuy, May 7, 1807, ut 'J o'clock
p. in., fur tho election of two trustees to servo
for throe jcars and tho transaction of such
other business as muv enme before the meet
ing. HENRY I1EYEA, Secretary.
Dunmore, Muy ft, 1807-
CHIROPODIST AND MANICURE.
nails cured without tho lenst pain or
drawing blood. Consultation unci advlee
given free. E. M. 1IET4EL, ChlropodlH,
tllio Lackawanna uvenue. Ladles attended
ut their resldeuce If desired. Charges moderate.
inches. Especially desirable for
COSTUMES. Have you seen the
COTTAGE FOR SALE.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
CRYSTAL I.AKi: COTTAOK roll HAM).
Lot lir. iyr.Host location, llouso coin
pletp. Ample porches. Applv nt nine. l'AT
TKltSOX A WII.COX, Attorney H.Hcratiton.
CHAfs. COOl'KH, CITY St'AVKXOKIt.
All orders promptly nttended to, day or
night. AH the latest nppllunccs. Charges
reasonable1. 710 Heruutnn street. House,
U3lt Xorth Washington uvenue.
AIUIIUGGS CI.KAXH PHIVY VAULTS
nnd cess pools; no odor. Improved
pumps used. A. UlttGGS Proprietor.
I.cuveorders 1100 X. Main live., or Ktckcs'
drug store, corner Adama and Mulberry.
iMONEY TO LOAN.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent Word.
700, 8700 AM)
V sums to loan 011 eltv real estute,
tan 011 ( tv real
Hi:PI,OGI,i:, Menrs llulldliig.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNI IIES.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
V Stock and fixtures. Doing over S.'),(lno
per month. Host location In u town of l'J.000
population. Largo profits; small expense.
Cnsh required down, S'-'.ljiio, must sell iulck,
f;olug In other business. For full particulars
nqulre of II. X. PATRICK, 3J1 North
Washington nveuue, Scrauton, Pn.
OX EVERY $100 MADE LAST
e,T)- moniu tnrnugii our svsicmorsvnai-
cuto speculation. Send for full explanatory
O CONNOR A. CO., 10 Wull bt,,
SFI UATIONS WANTED.
ALAD, (YOUNG WIDOW), REFINED,
educated, attructlvo, asks for un lm
mcdlatu position ihero worth will be appre
ciated. Thoroughly understands the mnuace
ment of a household nnd servants. Will
lnnke herself useful In nny c.ipai Uy. Will
leave clt). Address M. M., enre Tribune.
CITUATIOX WANTED BY A MIDDLE
O ugedlnd,us housekeeper. Address M,
1815 Price street, Scrnnton, Pa.
ITUATIOX WAXTED I1Y A GOOD
girl; will work at any Itlndof housework;
can furnish good references. Address KATE
DROXKOX-5KI, 31H Second street, cltj.
SITUATION WANTED AH I1UTCHER,
O by a soiing man who understands tho
meat business thoroughly can make bans,
age; willing to peddle or would like a position
as grocery clerk: 3 j ears' experionie; can
furnish good reference. Address GORDON
F. G., Tribune office.
FIRST.ULASS PRACTICAL HOOK
keener, with a thorough knowledge of
uusiness ocsires u siiuunou. iiuuress "ji
generul Delivery, Scrauton.
WANTED-ItY A FIRST
et mnker. best city refer-
J clas cabinet mnker, best city refer
Address Downing, Til Court street,
SITUATION WANTED-ItY AN ENER
gctlejoung man, ngo U. Will work at
clerkship or an) honorable situation.- Huh
oxperlenco In grocery business. Cun furnish
best of refeicnce. Address G. II. SIONE,
O ITUATIOX WANTF.D-AS WATCHMAN
ki or to attend boilers. Address G. W 1 10
17ANTi:i-HY A RESPECTAIILK WO-
it man, three or four eluvM work nt wash.
lug or housework.
Address E. 51. 1)., 110
A YOUNG LADY D ESI It MS A POSITION
as book-keeper, has had experience and
cun furnish good refe-rouce. Address A. H. C,
curo of I'rlbuue.
A YOUNG LADY DESIRES A POSITION
as stenographer uud typewriter. Address
A," curo of Tribune.
SITUATION WANTED-HY A YOUNG
ludj as book-keeper. Is 11 good penman
and can furnish reference If required. Address
G. II., Tribune otllce.
SITUATION' WANTED-A YOUXG GIRL
desires situation In small family or to as
sist ut household work. Address or call.
MISS AOXLS MURPHY, Avoea, Pa., llox 71
S ITUATIOX WAXTED-HY A MIDDLE
aged woman, to do vi ork of any descrli-
Applj E. P., 14H Hickory street.
MIDDLE-AGED LADY WISHES TO
make encasements for nursing. Terms.
f 8.00 per week
Address XURsE, this olllce.
OITIIATION WANTED TO DO
O ing and Ironing. Washings anil ironing
taken homo ulso. Call or address 1 ti., 33 1
Sumner avenue, IIj de I'urK,
SITUATION WANTED-HY A YOUNG
1J mun us butcher, hns bad eight years' ex
perience und a first-class, all-around man.
Address J. K.jJUO Marlon street, clt).
SITUATION WANTKD-I1Y A V.OUNO
O girl to do housework In n small funillv;
cun get references, If required Address K.
II. F Tribune office.
Physicians nnd Surgeons.
DR C L PREY HAS REMOVED HIS
ofticcs to the Jewell Uulldlng, 3o3 Spruco
MARY A. SHEPHERD, SI. D HOME
opathlst, No. 22S Adams avenue.
DR A. TRAPOLD, SPECIALIST IN
Diseases of Women, corner Wjonung
avenue and Spruco street, Scranton. Of
fice hours, Thursday and Saturdays, 9
a, m. to G p. m.
DR. W. E. ALLEN, 512 NORTH WASH
DR ANNA LAW, SOS WYOMING AVE.
Olllco hours, 9-11 a. m , 1-3 p m., 7-S p. m.
DR L M. GATES, ROOMS 207 AND 208
Hoard of Trado huildlng. Olllco hours,
8 to 9 11 m . 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Resi
denco 309 Madison uvenue.
DR C L FREAS. SPECIALIST IN
Rupture. Truss Fitting and Fut Reduc
tion. Olllco telephone 1353. Hours: 10 to
12, 2 to 4, 7 to 9.
DR. S. W L'ASIOREAUX. OFFICE 231
Adams. Residence, 13IS Mulberry Chron
ic diseases, lungs, heart, kidneys, and
genlto-urlnary organs a specialty, Hours
1 to 1 p. m.
DR. JOHN C PRICE, 319 WASHINGTON
avenue. Olllco hours 8 to 10 a. m.; 2 to
4 und 7 to 8 p. in.
W. G. ROOK, VI3TER1NARY SUR
geon. Horses, Cnttlo and Dogs treated.
Hospltul, 124 Linden street, Scranton.
PERCIVAL J. MORRIS.
Hoard of Trade Huildlng.
BDWAUD It. DAV18,
Rooms 21, 25 nnd :G,
U L. WALTER, ARCHITECT, Ol'FICU
rear of CO! Washington avenue.
LEWIS llAN'COCIC, JR., ARCHITECT,
433 Spruce St., cor. Wash, nve , Scrnnton.
FREDERICK L. DROWN, ARCHITECT,
Prlco building, 12S Washington avenue,
T I. L-ACIJY & SOX. ARCHITECTS,
Traders' Xatlonnl Hank.
FUAXK 13. HOYLE. ATTORNEY AND
counscllor-nt-law. Hurr building, rooms
13 nnd 14, Washington avenue.
EDWARD W. THAYER, ATTORNEY,
Itooms 312-13-11 Commonwealth Hldg.
JEFFREYS & RUDDY, ATTORXEYS-nt-law.
WARREN Z KNAPP, ATTORNEYS
and Counsellors-at-law, Republican
building, Washington avenue, Scranton,
JESSUP & JBSSUP. ATTORNEYS AND
Counsellors nt law, Commonwealth
building, Washington avenue
W. II. JESSt'P,
W. H. JESSUP. JR.
PATTERSON & WILCOX, TRADERS"
National Iinnk Huildlng.
ALFRED HAND, WILLIAM J. HAND.
Attorneys and Counsellors, Common
wealth building. Rooms 19, 20 and 21.
ntANK T. OKELL. ATTORNEY-AT-Law,
Room B, Coal Exchange, Scranton,
JAMES W. OAKrORD, ATTORNEY-nt-Lavv.
Rooms 5H, 615 and 516, Hoard
of Trade Huildlng.
SAMUEL. W. EDGAR. ATTORNEY-AT-Law.
Otllce,, Wyoming nve., Scranton.
L A WATRES, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
423 Lackawanna ave , Scranton, Pa.
C R PITCHER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Commonwealth building, Scranton, Pa.
C. COMEQYS. 321 SPRUCE STREET.
D. H REPI.OOLE, ATTORNEY LOANS
negotiated on real estate security.
Mears building, corner Washington ave
nue and Spruce street.
B T KILLIAM, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
120 Wj omlng avenue, Scranton, Pa.
JAS. J H HAMILTON. ATTORNEY-at-Law,
13 Commonwealth bldg,, Scran
ton WATSON, DIEHL, HALL & KEMMER
i:R Attorneys and Counsellors-at-Law;
Traders' National Rank nulldlng; rooma
fi. 7, 8. 0 and 10. third floor
HARRING M'SWEENEY, COMMON
wealth building. Interstate Secret Ser
L. M'GRAW, 303 SPRUCS
DR. II. V. REYNOLDS. OPP. P. O.
DR. 13. Y. HARRISON, 113 S. MAIN AVE.
DR. C. C. LAUHACH, 115 Wyoming ave.
K. M. STRATTON,
OrFICE COAL EX-
WELCOME C. SNOVER, 421 LACKA.
ave. Hours, 9 to 1 and 2 to 5.
MRS M. E DAVIS, 430 Adams avenue.
SCHOOL OF THE LACKAWANNA,
Scranton Pa., prepares boys and glrli
for collego or business, thoroughly
trains young children. Cataloguo at re
quest, REV THOMAS M CANN,
WALTER II HUBLL.
MISS WORCESTER'S KINDERGARTEN'
nnd School, 412 Adams avonuo. Spring:
torm April 13 Kindergarten 10 per term.
O R. CLARK & CO., 8EEDMEN AND
Nurservmen; store 146 Washington ave
nue: green house, 13) North Main ave
nue. store telephone, 782
JOS KUETTEL, REAR 511 L.ACKA
wannu n venue. Scranton, Pa manufao
turer of Wire Screens.
Hotels mill Restaurants.
THE ELK CAFE, 125 and 127 FRANK
lln avenue. Rates reasonable.
P. 7.EIGLEH, Proprietor.
SCRANTON HOUSE, NEAR D. U & W.
passenger depot. Conducted on tho Eu
ropean plan. VICTOR KOCH, Prop.
HAUER'S ORCHESTRA-MUSIC TOR
balls picnics, parties, receptions. Wed
dings and concert work furnished. Voe
terms address R. J- Hauer. conductor,
117 Ws omlng avenue, over Hulbert'a
MEGARGHE HROTHERS. PRINTERS
supplies, envelopes, paper bags, twine.
Warehouse, 130 Wushlngton avenue,
PRANK P HROWN & CO, WHOLE
salo dealers In Woodwnre, Oordago and
Oil Cloth, 720 West Lactcawanna ave.
THOMAS AUHREY. EXPERT AC
eountant nnd auditor Rooms 19 and 20,
Williams nulldlng. opposlto postoftlce.
Agent for the Rex Fire Extinguisher.
THE TRIBUNE PUnLISHINQ CO..
North Washington Avonuo Linotype)
Composition of all kinds quickly done,
1'aclUtlcs unsurpassed In this region.