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THE ROT? ANTON TKIBUNE-TIIURSDA.Y MORNING-. MAY 20, 1807.
Union Veterans In Office Not to Be Re
moved Without Cause.
THE WEILER BILL PASSED FINALLY
Mr. Gould's Uniform Poor System
JK ill Is Voted Down on I'iiml I'ns-shrc.-TIio
Snnltiiry Unite Shop 11 lit
(Iocs Through nt tho End of n
Harrisburg, May 19 In tho nbsenco
of Pieslnent Pro Tom McOanell and
Lieutenant Uoveinor Lyon, Mr. drady
ineslded In tho 3enate this mornliiR.
Iho senate then piococdod wllh the
consideration of hills on first and sec
ond leadlntr. When tho Stewart bill,
providing for Interest on state funds,
anie up on first leading, Mr. AndrevvH
nsked that It be suit back to tho
llnanec committee. This was agreed
to. The bill impropriating $G5,90S.S6 to
pay the expenses of the Andrews Sen
atorial Investigating committee passed
second reading. The bill prohibiting
Ihe dlfcchame from public olllce of
union sollleis without reasonable cause
passed finally, as did the bill author
izing thf property owners of any street,
of any town or village not Incorporated
to ont?r Into rontiol with light com
panies, for lighting said stioct or water
companies for furnishing water for flro
The senate then adjourned until Mon
civil sunvicn measuiu:.
The civil service bill was this morn
ing sent back to the house Judiciary
Konoral committee for amendment The
rfoim committee appointed by State
Chairman Elkin Is working on amend
ments to meet the objections that hao
been raised to the measure. The com
mittee has not jet. been able to ngreo
upon all the amendments, but expects
to have them In sh ipo to Insert In tlmo
to biine the bill out early next week.
Mr Gould, of Tile, called up post
poned bill making a uniform poor sys
tem throughout the slate, except In
counties containing a population of GO.
000 or less, and secured unanimous con
pent to amend It to npplv to tho entire
state Tho bill wis oted down on fin
al parage by 91 to 45 Mr Gould has
been trying for two years to pass this
bill, but he has neer succeeded In
getting it through tho house. Tho ob
jection to it comes from members from
the smaller counties when' the prac
tice of "fanning out" the.lt- poor Is In
ogue. Much of the time of tho morn
ing session was taken up In consider
ing benate amendments to the houso
bills. The Welle r hill to protect employes-
of coipoiatlon.s In their right
to form, Join and belong to labor organ
izations pas-sod finally, as amended by
the senate. The measuio now goes to
the gen oi nor.
The Jlrst hour of tho afternoon fcs
Blon was devoted to tho consideration
of senate amendments to house bills,
none of which are of general interest.
The remaining two hours was slcn up
to pissing bills llnally.
BAKE SHOP BILL PASSED.
Mr Woodruff, of Philadelphia, called
up the sanitary bake shop bill and a
brief discussion tnsucd.nfter which the
measure went tluough. The bill now
goes to the govciuot These bills pass
ed finally Amending tho net of Juno
8, 1 SO:, by pioidlng for tho Institution
of mandamus proceedings in certain
cases by the attorney general and for
tho remedy in tho event of his lefusal;
to picent the spread of contagious
diseases known as yellows, black knot,
peach rot-ttte and pear blight among
fruit ties, authorizing school direct
ors and contiollor3 to provide! trans
poitatlon for sehool children at the ex
pense of the eltstilet to the- public
schoels In which thy reside oi to tho
schools of nolghboilng districts- regu-
The man of
1$ not necessarily
matt. There's a good many kinds
of neckties. There's the 50c, tie
that looks like a 25c. tie. There's
the 25c. tie that shows plainly
it's a 25c. tie. Then there's a
25c. tie that looks like a 50c. tie.
That's the kind we are showing
in our corner window. They
cost more per dozen than most
merchants will pay for a 25c. tie.
But we give it gladly. Here they
are in every conceivable shape
and color. Ready tied and the
.kind you tie yourself. Choice
awh m&r &
AT??"r?'r? r-rTTr rJr?f?'r?s' ?i 'Mr Viyyrnjyn'i-r t
latlng tlio expenses of county commis
sioners In counties containing a popu
lallon of 150,W)0 or over.
The house mljourneil until tomorrow
SIIINDCL'S EYE ON ALLEOHENY.
Votlt's Candidate Tor Treasurer Mny
Ho Aided by W. A. Stone.
York, May 19. The friends, of Ccm
grcssman William A. Stone, of Alle
ghany, nra quietly boomlng'Shlndel for
stnto trepsuier ns the nomination of
James S. JJeacon, of Westmoreland
county, this year, would handicap Mr.
Stone's gubernatorial candidacy next
Mr. Slitndel hopes to receive tho
whole thirty-eight votes from Alle
gheny, nnd In return nct venr Con
grosuman Stone will be supported by
this Bection of the state for governor.
DRAWN BATTLE IN TIOGA.
Tho Quay Delegates nnd Two Antls,
with Hands Tied.
Wellsboro, May 19 The light In the
county for delegates to the Republican
state convention was amicably adjust
ed by tho county committee today by
the election of two Quay and two anti-
Quay men, with tho proviso that no
delegate Is empowered to issue a proxy.
Tlie delegates chosen are Anurew H
Hltchkok, Charles Orr, John L. Land
rus nnd Delos II. Wnlker. The two hist
named are Quay men.
Members of the Afro-American Republi
can League Again Become Very
Boisterous in Their Meeting.
Lancaster, Mny 19 After a compara
tively placid period of two hours this
afternoon tho Afio-Amerlcnn Republi
can league convention was precipitated
Into one of the wildest scenes of the
sesblon President Ulackwell had in a
conclllntoiy manner announced that
he had withdrawn from his candidacy
for le-eleetlon In the Interest of Wal
ter r. Billows, of Allegheny. Tho Wes
ley C Richardson club, of Uraddock,
presented a wreath of Immortelles to
be placed upon the grave of Thaddeus
Stevens, In this city. When the oto
for president was called for, the trou
ble began The delegates became wild
ly excited during the roll call, and
theie were charges of Intimidation,
fraud, lepeatlnpr nnd all sotts.of Illegal
procedure While the half do?en or
moi e clerks and others were busy try
ing to flguie out the result there were
tluee or four lights that tho police
quelled with the greatest dllllculty.
George E. Neal, of Pittsburg', created
a scene by challenging the poll and an
nouncing his purpose to contest, re
gardless of tho outcome, on the giounel
that two delegates had been omitted
fiom the roll call, one coerced fiom -voting
at all, and that Micro had been
other serious irregularities. A Black
well man destrowed tho tally lUt In
hope of preventing an announcement,
nnd securing a new roll call, but Cat
lin and his adherents, having learned
that the ileik's tally made the poll
stand Catlln 4C'i, Billows 3S,4. the for
mer Jumped Into the chair, nnd in spite
of the protest of President Blackwell
and the Billows faction, proceeded to
an election of the other officers amid a
scene of indescribable confusion, de
claring this to be the lesult: Tlrst v. Ica
president, James II. rreeman, ot Phil
adelphia, second vice president, II. I.
Hall, of Allegheny; third ice presi
dent, A II Holmes, of Delaware, fe ui th
lce president, Isaac Judah, of Phila
delphia; corresponding secretary, It. J.
Nelson, of Reading, treasurer, N. O.
Velar, of Allegheny, recording secre
tary, George i:. Bates, of Blair; ser-geant-at-aims,
Henry Dougless, of
Fayette, chairman of the executive
committee, James A. Goodali, of Phil
adelphia The proceedings were terminated in
a peaceful manner with an address by
W. Calvin Chase, aditor of the Wash-
an extra vacant
rVTTV TWTTtrVVV1fVT?yfYVTVt t
Tor Bilious and Norrous dlaordcrs.euch as Wind
and rata In tho Stomach, Blck Headache, Olddl
uess, Fullness nnd Enrolling after meals, Dlzil
nosa nnd DrowBlncsa, Cold Chills, Flushings ot
Ilcat, Loss ot Appotlto, Ehorlnest ot Breath, Cos
tlToncss, Blotches on tho Skiu, Disturbed Bleop,
Frightful Droama, and nil Norvous and Trctnb
ling Sensations, &c, vrhon theso ermptoms aro
caused by constipation, ns most ot thorn aro.
THE FIRST DOSE WILL GIVE tlELIEF IN TWENTY
MINUTES. This Is no Action. Every eutrerer Is
earnestly Invltod to try ono Box ot these Fills
and they it 111 bo acknowledged, to bo
A WONDERFUL MEDICINE.
nBECII.VmS 1'ILI?, takon nsdlrectod,
will quickly rcstoroFomalos tocompleto health.
They promptly romovo obstructions or Irregu
larities ot tho eyotora. For a
they act llko magic a tow doses will work won
ders upon tho Vital Organs; strengthening tho
muscular system, restoring the long-lost com
plexion, bringing hack tho koeu edgo ot nppo
tlto, nnd arousing with tho Uoscbud of
IlcaltU the ivliolo physical energy ot
tho human framo. Theso aro tacts admitted by
thousands, In all classes ot eocloty, and ono of
tho best guarantees to tho Nervous and Debili
tated Is that Uccclintu's Pills linvo tho
Largest Snlo of any l'atcut ItlotUcino
lu tho World.
Annual Sales moro than 6,000,000 Boxes
25o. at Drug Storo9, or will bo sent by U.S.
Agents. B. r. ALLIEN CO., 393 Canal St., Now
ork, post paid, npon receipt ot price, Boole
frco upon application.
Ington, D. C , Bee, on "The Need of a
PieMdent Blackwell told tho Asso
clnteel Press conespondent that to
day's election does not go; that it was
cleatly Illegal and unconstitutional nnd
that ho Is still the president ot the
Afro-Amerlcnn Republican league, and
will remain so until his successor Is
chosen by the executive committee.
Resolutions were adopted upholding
civil senico 'when properly applied,
and recommending its extension, up
holding General Shnttue, of Ohio, for
standing by Robert C. Bundy, the suc
cessful colored applicant for a cadet
ship at Annapolis; denouncing the
crime of lynching; advising the negro
to patroni7e their own men In busi
ness, eleploilng the riotous conduct of
the proceedings which have brought a
stigma upon tho lace, and putting tho
blame for It on paid agents of high
Reading was selected as the place of
COUNCIL OF RED fllEN.
tlrcnt Chiefs Llcclcd nt the 1'owlVow
nt Munch Chuiih.
Jlnuch Chunk, May 19 Today's ses
sion of the Great Council of Pennsyl
anin, I. O. R. M, was largely taken
up with reports of committees. Tho
committee representing the Pennsyl
nnla Great council in the semi-centennial
of tho Great council of the
United States was continued. The
Great council of the United States will
meet In Philadelphia next September
nnd has appiopriated $2,000 towards
the expenses of holding the session.
There will be no expense to the state
council The election committee report
gieat chiefs elected ai follows:
Great t-achem, Walter R. Rodgers, M
D, of No 2S1; great senior sagamore,
Jerome Hite, of No 214; great junior
fcugamore, Joseph Allison, of No. 79;
great prophet, Walter B. White, No
93, great chief of lecords, Thomas K.
Donnelly, No IS; great keeper of wam
pum, Geoige W. Ki earner, No. 45.
Representatlos to the great council
of the United States: R M. Trout, No.
17, John G. Cornish, No. 20; Harry M.
Sample, No. 39; Richard E. Tongue,
There v ero nineteen candidates for
the honor. There are eight lepresenta
tlves to the Gient council, four being
elected each year. The term of olllco
Is two yeais,
He Pounded Djnnnilte.
Bloomsburg, Pa , Jlav 19 A 4-year-old
son of Wesley Holllngsheael, of Groanl.i,
found n bo of dynamite caps today, and
pounded with a hammer. His lower jaw
was blown off and part of his tongue was
torn away Ho is in a critical condition
and will not Ihe.
Died nt tho Ago of 100 Ycnr,.
ShnmoMn, Pa., May W.-Mrs. Mai Ills
Dork of Camoion township, illed lat
nli;ht from oM age She eclcbiateu her
one hundiedth birth lay three months ago
and Is MitIei3 by llfty-elght descendants,
ten of whom aro great-great-grand-chil-dren.
STATE NEWS IN BRIEF.
ITALIANS TOUGHT WITH KNIVE9.
New Castle, Pa, May 19 Two Italia is
fought a duel In tho llmestono quarries
east of this city. Tho men stripped to
tho waist and fought with stlllettois about
ten Inches long. Both were badly cut and
ono finally received a deep thrust
fii the shoulder whlth ended tho fight It
Is said the fight oilginated over a girl.
THR HANNGIt lUJl'UHLirAN TOW N.
Indiana, Pa, May 19 Glen Campbell,
the mining town In tho northeastern coi
ner of this county, will on Prlday receive
the flag which she 'won by e.ison ot roll
ing up the largest Increnso In the Republi
can voto at tho election last November.
The flag Is tho present of County chair
man D. C. Mack.
TDLTiPHONn TACTOHY PITE WANT
ED. Oreensbuig, Mny, 19 A telephone
manufacturing company of Paltlmoro Is
looking for a slto to locato a J73,000 factory
In this locality. Thu company has an or
der for 5,000 telephones for the Homo Tele,
phone company of Pittsburg, and should
It deride to build that order will be lilted
HANGED HIMSELF IN HIS HARN.
Now Brighton. May 19 Scott Mitchell, a
wealthy farmer of South Heaver town
ship, hanged himself yesterday In his
barn. Ho had been 111 for seveial yean
and becamo desponucnt. The body w-ss
found by his wife and son. Josrph
Mitchell, of this p,lace, was a brother.
TAIinOW IS ACQUITTED -Pittsburg,
Pa., May 19. Lieutenant Edward S. Pai
row,' charged with conspiracy to detraud
tho Mutual Reserve Llfo Association of
New York, was acquitted this afternoon,
nnd tho costs wero put on tho Insurance
aEORGIJ nilUCKMAN DEAD.-Kead-lug,
Pa., Mtiy 19. Gcoreo Hiuckman, aged
nearly SO year, formerly associate justice
of Dorks county, and city treasurer, select
councilman and deputy vprothohotary, af
, different timce, died tonight, i
A Wonderful Medicine
DASH BALL CONTEST.
ONE VOTE FOR
II, II. Club
N. H. This coupon will not bo ac
cepted w ben moro thnii 5 dny s old.
Tho club receiving tho greatest
number of otcs will bo awarded
ten complete unlfoims, comprising
flno fblrt, pants, cap, belt and
stockings, mntlo to order by C. M.
Plorey, tro sporting goods dealer ot
22.1 Wyoming nenue. They will bo
ot tho best etylo and equal to-tho
uniforms of any Eastern leaguo
This oto will bo confined exclu
sively to clubs of Inckawnnna, Lu
zerne, Wayne, Susquchnnnn, Mon
roe, Bradford nnd Wyoming coun
ties. Tho winning club will bo an
nounced Siturdny. Juno 2S Send
billots to Sporting Editor, Tho Trlb
uno Tho time Is short. Bettor be
BASE BALL UNIFORM CONTEST.
West Side Biowns 11.S1S
West Side Harmonies 9.G8S
High School 2,200
South Side club 1,900
Pine Brook Crecents 449
Nay Aug Stars 449
Taylor Grays 420
North End Stars S7li
Jolly Nino 354
Old Forge Dodgers 97
Green Ridge Actives D4
South Side Sliders 42
South Side Violets 40
Archbald Sunsets 15
Liu re Is 15
AMATEUR BALL NOTES.
Tho Amateurs will play any club un
der IS yeais of age. W. Phillips, man
ager; John Rorlck, captain. Answer In
Tho West Side Stars would like to
play the Carbon Street Stnati is or the
West Side Sunsets on tho Little Woods
grounds. W. Gallagher, captain.
The Harmony, jrs., nccept the chal
lenge of the Young Brow ns for Satur
day afternoon nt 230 o'clock. William
Moser, manager, P." Dean, captain.
Tho West Slele Brow ns accept the
challenge of the Nonpareils, of Prlce
buig, for May 30, and the Old Foi go
Dodgers for May 23. Stephen Maik
The Nonpaiclls, of Dunmore, chal
lenge the Nonpareils, of Prlceburg, to
a game Satuiday on the Prlceburpr
grounds. Answer in Tho Tribune. John
The South Side Columbia Boys will
plav the Sports on the Stillwater
ground at 2 o'clock on May 23. Would
llko to hear fiom Rosettes for May 30
at 2 o'clock. John CHerline, manager.
The Rosettes, of Cedar aenue, would
like to play the base ball club from No.
3fl school Satuiday morning, May 22,
on the cow field at 9 30 a. in. Answer
In The Tribune. R. Scholl, nianagei ;
J. Rader, captain.
The Taylor High school challenges
the No. 32 or No. 10 schools to a game
on the Taylor grounds for Saturday
morning, May 22. Answer thiough Tho
Tribune Is natlsfactory. Immediately.
Robert Whitfford. manager.
The Kdlsons challenge any club In
the city under 14 years of age on Moses
Taylor hospital grounds on Saturday
morning at 9.30. Answer through The
Tribune Friday. Pop Banett, mana
ger; Trank O'Reilly, captain.
The West Side Sliders challenge the
P. A. C 's or Edlsons to a game. Tlrst
come first bened, on tho Belleue
grounds. Will meet at Jackson and
Main on May 20, 1S97. Answer through
The Tribune. A. Lung, manager; M.
II. Hants, captain.
BELT'S DEADLY SWERL.
Ono Mnu I'ntnll nnd Another llndly
Hurt in it .Hill.
Media, May 10. Hatry Baldwin, a
carder in the IJrookslde mills at Lennl,
iccelved probably fatal injutles by the
bursting of a heavy belt on a large
turbine wheel. Ualdwln and another
employe, John Button, who knocked
senseless by tha bioken belt.
Baldwin, who Is still unconscious, has
a vvlfo and a family of small children.
Advs. Under Tills Head One Cent a Word,
CCR NTON TO LONDON, $!IO J. A. 11.
o RON.Steainsnip Agent, 'J07 Lnckawu
TNRH: CHARTER OF THE SOU'IH bIDE
i. Hebrew Women's Association. InCouit
of Common Pleas of Luck. Co., No. 700 .May
Notice Is hereby given that uti application
villi bu mude to said Court or one of tho I.nw
Judges there of, on tho stttli duy of May, A.
D., 1807, ut nluo e'iloek a. in., under the
corporation net oreino uiousuuel eight liun
dud nud seventy four (1871) and supple
ments thereto, bv l'miny Judkovltz, Sophia
Harris, Fanny Harris, Knima Kelberg, Jen
nie Morris. Hegl Weber, lannv Wlsenber'erj
Rcgl Szlnliovltr, Kogt HilnmilolU and
Funny Schlanger, for a charter, Intended
corporation to be culled thu "otitli hide
Hebrew WomeuVAssoilutlou." Tho charac
ter nnd object ofw hie h Is maintaining a so.
clity for beneficial purposes to Its members
ami Hebrew women of tho tlty of Sernuton
from funds collected thertln and for those
purposes to have, possess and enjoy nil
the rights, benefits and pilvele'ges confirmed
by suld acts nnd Its supplements.
JOHN F. SUHAOO,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 'IO ALL
persons Interested In the estuto of John
Handley, dicciued, vvhetherthey huvea prcs.
ent oroxpcitant Inteiest, thut tho Oi plums'
Court of Lnckawuntm county; l'a , has award
ed n cltution to yon to uppear In said court
on tho 'J lth of May, 180,, utOo'cloek a. m ,
at which time und place you will bo heard on
t lie application of tho executors of said estate
to the court to be permitted to Increnso the
mortgage on the Wyoming House property
and tl building to be erected thereon fiom
titty thousand dollars berctoforo permitted to
ono hundred und twenty-tlve thousand dol
lars for tho purpose of crectlug u building on
II. W. PALMER
Executors of the Last Will and 'lestament
of Johnjnndlcy, Deceased
Connolly & Wallace
( I ! 1 '" '' "
TOILET ARTICLES AT DRY GOODS PROFIT
Pint Bottle Witch Hazel
2-pound Box Camphor Harbles
Large Jar Almond Heal
A Flask of Jamaica Ginger
A Box of Best Talcum Powder
Cashmere Bouquet Soap
Blue Seal Vaseline
Blue Seal Vaseline, large
Colgate's Florida Water
Colgate's Violet Toilet Water, pints
Colgate's Cashmere Bouquet Toilet Water, pints
Buttermilk Soap, box of three cakes
And Colgate's Iriple bxtract at
Usually sold at 40c. and 50c.
V A ILid
By the Score
Is the Usual
Result of a....
ONE CENT A WORD.
Ad. Under Thl Head One Cent a Word.
I?OU RENT-101 HI'KUCn
' rooms. IIAUKLIT, V2S
170H IIBNT-IILACKSMITH SHOP, WJiSB
.T I.acknuunna aomtc. COM BUYS,
-riOIlKKNT ASINOLK 0-HOOM IIOUSC,
J. 141 Clny avenue, modern eonvenlcnces
and clu Hteimi. Apply to C.
J. PObT, Com.
nuNMour. two single
nnd 8 rooms, bnth. fnrniice.
InniitreofK. E. LllltaOOU. I'rescott btreet.
Ads. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
OH SALE A fi-HOHMl-POWKIt UP
UKlit engine, new. l'ltlTON UOllIN-
hON, SOU tireen lltdge Ktiett.
I70H SALE A I'LVD YOl'NO SPAN OF
. dark rliestnut horses. I'or description
Inquire at Lverett's btable, Dlx Court, Hcrnn
ORSVLE-1TNE THAI' CHEAP. 1511
IOIt SALE-A blLVEU-PLATED CONN
' double bell euphonium, nicely engraved,
with trombone bell, gold lined, nearly now
nnd cost SOU, will sell at u bargain. Audreys
this will: to E. W. UAYI.Olt, LuIlnyHvlllc,
CHIROPODIST AND MANICURE,
nails cured without tho least pain or
drawing blood. Consultation and advleo
given lice. E. M. HETZEL, Chiropodist,
:)!( Lueknwannn avenue. Ludlcs attended
nt their residtneo If desired. CharBOS moder
belt VNTOV, P v., Mny HI, 1 807.
BIDS FOR Cl'RHING FOR MULBERRY
street, betwien Preseott and Mltllln ave
nues, will Ik) received nt tho City Englnier's
olllee, Scrnntnn, I'n , until ;i p. m. Saturday,
Mav 'J'J. Didders villi state price per lineal
foot, delivered on street, for strulght curb;
also for circle curb, tho same to be lu accord
nni o w 1th plans and specifications on llle at
COLUMHLV CONSTRUCTION CO.
Oprict ok tiii: )
, ItUIl.DlMlCoviMISSIOK, 5.
snuitei, I' v.. May 5, 1807. J
PROPOSVI.S FOR TAKING DOWN Till
RUINS OF THE CAPITOL 1)U1LDIN(,S.
CEALED PROPO'SALS WILL HE RE.
O telvediiptci l'J o'llock noon, on tho 2llth
day of Mav , 1807, for tuktng dow n the stone,
brick and iron eontulned In the ruins of the
Capitol Hulldlng, tho clennlng nnd proper
piling nnd storing of tho same upon tho Cap
Itol grounds In tho Immediate vicinity of the
ruins, bpeiltientlons ean bo had upon uppll.
cation to tho undersigned. No dynamite or
other cxplcxlve villi bo permitted to bo iifed
In the tonduet of tho work.
'Iho CoinuilMlun reserves the right to re
ject any oi nit bids.
BENJAMIN J. HAYWOOD, Secretary.
Office ofthobtuto Treasurer, Hurrlsbur, Pa.
OrUCE OF THE BOARD OP COMMISSION.
ERS OF PUBLIC (1 ROUNDS AND BUILD -1N0S.
DAMKL II. HASTINdS. J C I1UI.ANBY.
AMOS II. MYLIN,
BENJAMIN J. HAYWOOD,
PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHINO STA
tlonery, Fuel and other huppllis.
Incompliance with tho Constitution and
law sot tho Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
we hereby Invito bcnled proposals ut prices
below maximum rates HmhI In sihedules, to
furnish stationery, fuel and other supplies
forthoseveruldcpartmintBof the Statu Gov.
eminent, und for making repairs In the sev
eral departments and for tho distribution of
the public document, for tho year ending the
llrst luesduy of June, A, D. 1H0B.
separate proposals win ue receiveunnusop.
late contracts uwardeduniinuouncedln said
schedules. Euih propoxal must be accom
panied ny a oonu, wuu
int lou.it two sureties
or ono surety company, npprov ed by a Judge
of tho Court of Common Pleas of tho county
In whlihtlio peison or persons inauing suiu
proposal may reside; conditioned for tho
faithful performnuie of the contrui't, nnd ad
dressed und delivered to tlio Hoard of Com
inlssloners of Public Grounds and Buildings
beforo 12 o'llock m on 'Tuesday, the llrst
day of June, A. D. 1807, at which time the
proposals villi uu upeueu nuu iiuuiisuvu, iu
tho Reception Room of the Executive De
partment nt llnrrltburg, nud contracts
awarded ns soon thereafter as practicable.
Blank bonds and schedules containing nil
necessary Information can bu obtulucd ut
4 J. C. PELANEY,
For the Hoard of Commissioners of Public
Grounds nnd Buildings.
INSTATE OF THOMAS J. WILLIAMS,
V Into of tho city of Scrnnton, Lucku
vinnnu county, dlceused. Letters testament
ary In tho atiovo named estate having been
fronted to thounderslgnod, nil persons bav
ng claims or demands against the same vi 111
fil ease present mem lor payment, uuu inoso
ndobtcd thereto will pleuso uinkoiinmcilluto
THOMAS J. WILLIAMS. JR..
1 VOSDUna & DX WB0N, Attorneys,
II CI.P WANTF.D M AIXS.
Aetvs. Under Till Head One Cent a Word.
AHKSIDIINI' Or.SCRAN'lON', WILLINO
to emiMiiiS uud collect; numt furnish
lmnd. 'j:i 1 I.uekuwauuu ueuue, room 1),
WANTED AGKNTb-SVr. I'KH MONTH
and expenses jmld iictlvo men If right;
floods Hold by Mimplo only, wimples, nlxo
lorao uud carriage furu tubed J'lU'.K. Ad
dress JUIIIIKlt, I)ox,-i;iOH, Boston, Muss.
SAI.KSMKN SCHOOL SUPPI.ILH: COUN
try work; SKH) salary monthly, with
liberal nddltlonul commissions. U. O.
K VAN 8 A CO , Chlcngei.
WASTBD--AN IDEA. WHOCANT1IINK
V of (uimoslmplo tlilnc to patent? l're-
tectv our Ideas, they mny bring you wenltti.
WrltoJOIIN WKDUMltiritN A CO, Debt.
c. 'j I, rntent Atloruuys, wnsmnston, l. i .,
for their ?1800 prize oiler and list or 1,01)1)
"WANIED-ASAGKNTIN EVEUY HI.C-
V Hon toennvus", $1.00 to $5 00 n day
mnde; soils nt sight; ulo a mini to sell Htnplo
Uoods to dealers, best side line $7r n inonlli,
Milnry or lirgo commission made, experience
unnecessary. Clifton Soap nnd Manufactur
ng Company, t'lnclnnutl, O.
7 ANTED - WELL-KNOWN-MAN IN
I) every town to solicit bteck subscrip
tions; a monopoly ; ulg money for ngentH; no
capital re-quired. EDWAUD C. PI1II ! CO ,
llorden lllotk, Chlcngo, III.
Ad3. Under This Head One Cent a Ward.
A"g6oiTgiiiu, "Voii "general housi
vork. OIU Linden street.
ADIES-1 MAKE ItIO WAGFS DOING
pleasant homoVNork, nnd vs 111 gladly send
full pnrtluilars to all sending '2 cent stamp.
MISS M. A. SfEIIUINS, Lnwrcutc, Mlth.
WANTED-LADY AGENTS IN SCItAN
ton to sell nnd introduce Sny del 's mice
Icing; experienced canvnher preferred; vork
peruiniicut nnd very prolltuble. Write for
particulars nt onco and get benellt of holiday
trade. T. 11. SN DEH.C CO, CUiclnntill, O.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY TWO KNER-
t X getlo saleswomen to represent us.
Guaranteed $0 a day without Interfering
with other duties. Healthful occupation.
vvrue for pnincuinrs, enclosing
JlANtitl CIII.MICAL, CUJlfA.M,
John stieetj New Y'ork.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
ngents for the best soiling nnd most
sntisfae lory article agents ever handled. M.
II. T LEU A CO., Portland, Me,
V lug, I
lug, no collecting, position permunent;
pay weekly; state uge.
Rochester, Xs. l
WANTED-GENERAL AGENTS IN EV
iry county; nlsoludy canvassers, some
thing new; sure seller, apply nutiU. J. C.
HILBERT, ill Adams avenue, Scinnton.Pa.
A GENTS-WHAT ARE YOU GOINO IO
do about Safe Citizenship price $1. Co
ing by thousands. Address NICHOLS,
GENTS-TO SELL OUR PRACTICAL
gold, silver, nliltel und mpper electro
platers, prices from S3 upward, salary nnd
expenses paid; outfit free. Address, with
stamp, MICHIGAN MFU CO , Chicago.
AGENTS-TO SELL CIGARS TO DUAL
ers; S25 weekly nnd expenses; experi
ence unnecessary. CONSOLIDATED MI G
CO , 48 Vnu Uuriu St., Chicago.
Advs. Under this Head One Cent a Word.
Y76R SALE ATA ilRGMN AHUMrER
V propertv consisting of 0 ncres of land,
1,000 feet of beautiful shore, two new lot
tages, ono stable, line covo nnd beach for
bathing nnd Jundlng pleasure boats, abuu
dune oof fish, cluins and lobsters; lino drives
und mountuin scenery , situated on tho Island
of Isleboro, l'enobseot Iiay, Maine, Rovernl
lines of steamers land dally nnd smnll steam
irs, several times dally, from Belfast and tho
historic tow not Cnstlne Address or npply
to los. A. COULD, aiO Peuu avenue, Seiun
T70R SALE -THE FINEST BUILDING
V lots In the city, ou tho fashionable ave
nues at low; price and on easy terms, theso
lots uro central nndnboutteu minutes' Walk
from Court House Square, they uro the sur
est nnd wtftst investment, if you buy now
whliuthey uro cheap, they nre the most cle
guut home sites now on tho market, on tho
choice avenues, they nre at short walking
dlstniico from tho cltv's most nctlvo llfo, Just
ut tho right distance to Insure unlet and torn
fort, yet convenient to all points and to all
industrial Interests; title perfect. Call or
wrlto for map uud circular, JONES, 011
A GREAT BARGAIN FOR OUICIC PUR
j.. chaser; single houso and burn ou lull
lot, Jotlirson uvonue, Ninth wurd, only
87,500. C P. JADWIN'S AGENCY, corner
Poun and Spruce.
L"AHGEPI.Or)F LAND IN GREEN
Ridge, near tho Dilvlng Park; tuu bo
cut In 7 or 8 lots; prlcu only S'1,000. U. P.
JADWIN, Old Postolllco Building.
S70O BUYS LOT ON ROBINSON STREET,
near Lackuwanna avenue, C. P. JAD
WIN'S RhAL ESTATE AGENCY.
T AKE ARIEL COTTAGE FOR HALE,
Li with barn, boat house uud bontB; be-bt
location ut tho hike; lot 80x300. A. C.
I70R SALE-DESIRABLE LOT, WITH
' houso on rear, 018 N. Washington avo,
nue; owner liav lug city. 001 Qulnvyuve.
OT FOR HALE ON CLAY AVENUE.
Apply Ito J. u. i.anui;, 420 licicu-
1 0 PKK CENT. REAL IMITATE INVEST
1 Z meat; property must bo sold promptly;
Improvomenls new; si oo per month rent;
price, 60,500. BROWN, Attorney: Mears
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
X. one dark buy horse, blind In left eye; will
bfsold Mny 25, ut O o'clock p. m., If not
called for beforo above date.
K, 0. MJLlAKD.roundkcopcr,
a. .22 Cents
30c per OZ
CHAS. COOl'KH, CITY SCAVENQEH.
All orilers promptly attended to, day or
night. All tbt latest appliances. Ch&rgea
rcasonnlde. 710 Hcranlon street. House,
1 l'JG Wiishburn street.
. and cess pools; no odor. Improved,
pumps used. A. IlltlOO Proprietor.
Lcav o orders 1 100 N. Mnlu,uvc , or Ltckoa'
drug sturc, corner Adams 'ind Mulberry.
SIT UATIONS WANTED.
ITT-ANTED-HY A 1'OLIbII UIIIL. WHO
V nlso spenks German, a position fur
cenorni housework: geiod ironer and washer.
Addltss PUANCWCA WACIIOSK1, 13t
Movent h street;
tJlTUATIONlO DO W AQUINO AND IltON
O lug ut liomoor go out bv thodny wnshlnif
or cleaning. Cull or uddrees A. 11, U34 N.
Sumner avenue, ilty.
t lnun, thr
ree or four elavH' workn weelc
nt washing or housework. Address E. M. D.,
A 10 Hickory street.
QU UAtToN WANTED-I1Y A WATCH
O man or to attend boilers. Aeldresb U.
W., 510 lllekory street.
SOI1EH, INDUSTKIOUH MAUUIEI) MAN
wants Job driving team or working on
farm; thoroughlv understands rnro of horses
nnd stock. Address lio 15, Nicholson, Ha.
WANTED WASHING AND I HONING
by the day or house cleaning; can glvo
the best of references.
Addies L. C, U1S
OIIUATION WANTED YOUNG MAN OP
O New York, ugei J2, vvisbes situation In
ofllcoor nselerk In store; has best of refer
ences as to e haracter and ability ns snlesmnu.
W. J., bcrnnton rrlbuue.
ANTED-A POSITION I1Y A OAKIIER
of lurgli and varied experience. Ad
dress!'. II.. 1100 Luzerno Street, beranton.
ij groeervmau desires u permanent posi
tion with reliable firm; Is strictly temper
nte; will go tunny iltyor town; can furnish
nfereuce. Addnss J. II. J., Tribune.
SITUATION WANTED-11Y A YOUNG
man ns teamster or any other kind of
work. Address J. '!., Tribune oittco.
-nTANTED WORK BY
ti woman; iuii uu tui uinun ui mv, vi
glvethe best of roference. Address E , Trib
VY woman; e undo all kinds of work;
ATTANTED-VRELIAHLK GIRL WANTS
V u position ns assistant dressmaker ot
ladles' maid: references. Address SEAM
sirevs, Tribune olllce, elty.
O housekeeper, by a mlddle-nged lady.
r. bv a mid
dress E. M., tribune olllce.
V iiIiht. ni rmmtant
or general olllce.
tinml? nluo neniialnted vi lth lumber trade.
Address Ii., 1UO Lincoln btreet, Wilkes
educated, attractive, links for an im
mediate position where worth will be nppre
elated. Thoroughly understands tho manage
ment or a household und servants. Will
muko herself useful in any cnpnclty. Will
leave city. AddiessM. M., e are Tribune.
SITUATION WANTED-HY AN ENEIt
getle young mini, age 10. Will work ut
clerkship or nny honorable sltuution. Hid
oxperleneo In groccrv business. Cun furnish
bcit of reference. Address G. II. STONh,
HEPOHT "di" THE CONDITION Of'tiYd
nt Scranton, In tho snte of Pennsylvania,
ut the close of business. May 14, Ib'jL
Lot ns and discounts $1,526,8a 41
Overdrafts, secured und unso-
cured 62d 13
U S Honda to securo ilrcula-
tlon . .. CO 000 00
I rimlums on V H bonds.. . X'i2
Stocks, securities, etc .. .333 27177
Hanking house, furniture, und
Jlxtures 2t 02 4.
Din' from National banks (not
Reserv o Ag nts) . . . 15 C30 rJ
Duo from State Hunks und .
Due from approved rescrva Mr
agents 241 ffOO
Checks und other cash Items .. SwW
Exchanges for clearing house . 8 039 63
Notes of other National banks . 3,1)5 CO
Fractional paper currency.
nickels, nnd tents ,. (( w
Lawful money .-iserve In bank, "'
Speelo C3 SJ4 S7
Letfal-tender notes .. JG.150 00
Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer (5 pur cent, of clr-
cu'atlon) 2,30 00
Duo from U. S. Treasurer,
other than 6 per cent, redemp
tion fund 2.000 00
Total $2,334,Gt9 S3
Capital stock paid III 200 000 00
Surplus fund 32000009
Undivided protlts, less expense
and taxes paid 51,3'' il
National bank notes outstand-
Ing . 420O00O
Duo to other National banks ... 18,128 6
Due to state banks and bankers 4.BM f(.
Dividends unpaid 0.19S W
Indlvldunl deposits subject to , , Mi
check 1.63S224 47
Demand certificates of deposit.. H.153 IS
Certified checks 2,923 93
Cashier's checks outstandlhtr ... 60 so
Notes nnd bills redlscountcd... 7!ono
Hills payablo iioPA
Liabilities other than thoso
ubovo stated Nona
Total $2,331,649 S3
Stato of I'cmiBy IvanU, County of Lacka
wanna ss :
I. William II Pock, cashier of tho
above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that tho above statement Is true to th
best of my knowledge and bollof.
WILLIAM H PECK, Cashier.
Suhsarlbid and sworn to beforo mo thld
elBhtecnth day of Muy, 1897,
BaXiUUL W. EDGAR, Notary Public
HDNRY Iini.IN, JR ,
I LUTHBR KELLJiR.
, WILLIAM. X. HMITII.
" . , Dlroctors,