THE SORANTOIT TKIBUyE-FrtlDAY MORNINa. MAY 2 7, 1897.
Large Datch of Gubernatorial Vetoes
Confronts (lis itousc.
ONE OF THE LEXOW BILLS KILLED
The Governor Does Not Propose to
Sanction Any oftliu .Minor Kxpcnso
Accounts oftlic Andrews Committco
Until Ho Determines Whether lie
Cnn Approve the Jlnni Item--Imminent
Domuitt for Trolloy Compnnlcs
Ifai-riBUtirg, .Mny 20 A protest from
the lioaid of managers' of the Philadel
phia Trades Icnirua vvai lucspnted to
the lioiiMe this motnlwr by Mi. Mat
Bhall, of Allegheny, against tin Pltts
buitf classinea.tlon Mil. Mr. Marshall
nlsG presented a momorlal from the
league praying lor the defeat of the
bcnutu bill piovIdlnK that corporations
shall not undertake or perform any
buslncbb or purpose of existing corpor
ations without first Requiring- their
ftancblse and property. He also pre
sented a petition frrm ti,0 United La
bor league, of Western Ponmylvanla,
In favor of the Muehlbionner bill pro
hibiting the usu of power-driven ma
chinery In prions, work-houses nnd le
foimatorles. Memorials wen filed from
local and Pomona Ginnges nil over the
Mate In favor of tho Pennsylvania
htate tax conference bill.
The order of business In tho house
today was local and special bills on
feecond rending. Beginning with next
wek night sessions will bs held on
Tuesdays, AW dues-days and Thursdays.
All the local and revenue bills on tho
calendar noe read the second time.
A communication was leceived from
the governor giving notke of his dis
approval of these bills: Enlarging the
competency of the wife to testify
against her husband; authorizing tho
publication of 10,000 copies of the leport
of the "Indian forts" commission; pro
viding for the Incorporation of compa
nies to carry on tho business of a pawn
broker and the lending of money on the
fcecurlty of petsonal nnd re.il property
at the late of 1 per cent. Interest
The governor also disapproved the
current resolution authorizing the pub
lication of 10,000 copies of tho Lexovv
report. He states that to appiovo the
resolution would be to pledge himself
In advance to approve the appropria
tion nsked for by the committee nnd on
account of the expense Incuired by the
The Woodruff 1)111 prohibiting city of
flclaW and councllmen from holding
any offlce of profit passed second read
ing. A resolution was offered by Mi
Bare, of Huntingdon, and adopted
commending the action of the president
and congiess on the Cuban question.
A large number of bills passed second
reading during tho afternoon session.
The Young bill giving tiolley compa
nies the light of eminent domain passed
second leading after It had been
AN OFFICER SHOT DOWN.
Albert Uodcckcr Is Probably 1'ntnlly
Mounded nt (rccimllo.
Greenville, May 20 Special Pennsyl
vania Ofllcers Alfred Rodeckei. of
Sharon, hnd been in this city all day
on the lookout for a man named Greg
ory, for whom he had a warrant. Ro
decker met his man in front of the Na
tional hotel He attempted to arrest
him, when Gregory pulled a revolver
and shot point blank, tho ball entering
Rodeckei 's head jus-t above the left eye.
Seveial bystanders saw the affair and
gave chase, Gregory i uniting up tho
street. Ofllcer Melvln followed, shoot
ing as he ran, nnd Gregory returned
the shots. He turned dow n Penn ave-
i cux iv or u
The man of many neckties
is not necessarily an extravagant
man. 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 e give it gladly. Here they
are in every conceivable shape
and color. Ready tied and the
kind you tie yourself. Choice
nuo nnd disappeared In tho darkness.
A little daughter of Samuel Cnllcn was
struck on the leg by one of the (lying
bullets nnd seriously Injured. The af
fair happened while several hundred
people weie on the street.
WAIST MADDENED THE COW.
Wain nn Who Woro It Hnd to Itun for
New Castle, May 20. Mrs. Seth King,
of Mahonlngtown, while returning from
a shopping tour, met a man leading n
cow. Sho wore a bright red waist, and
no sooner did the cow see It than sho
i eared nnd plunged, and, breaking
away from the man who wns leading
her, loweicd her head and started alter
the frightened woman. Mrs. King rnn
Into Joseph Connie's house and closed
the door. Tho cow sunk her horns in
to the door several times, nnd had It
not been for the timely arrival of men
with clubs sho would have forced her
After being beaten nway sho made a
break and ulmost leaped through a
window. The women of the house took
refuge upstairs until the cow wns firm
ly lassoed and bound to n tree.
ODD FELLOWS ADJOlIRN.
Tbc Grand Lodge and Rcbcknh Assembly
at Williamsport Is Now Only
a Pleasant Akmory.
Wllllamsport, Mny 20.-Tho grand
lodge nnd Hebekah assembly adjourned
sine die this nfternoon, nnd the exodus
of lepresentatlves has begun. They
have enloied themselves crentlv while
here nnd the convention Is conceded to
have been a most successful one.
This morning's, session of tho grand
lodge wns malnlv taken up with the
hearing of appear cases. During the
morning, however, tho committee on
orphannges and kindred charities made
their report, which was adopted. The
leport Is that the per capita tax be dis
tributed pto lata as to the number of
weeks orphans have been kept In each
home, llrst setting aside $S0O for each
home for cuirent expenses. Tho distil
butlon is to be made about January 1,
after each home has made Its report.
Tlieie Is $26,710 to dlstiilwte.
Tills afternoon was occupied In pass
ing resolutlonsandroutine closing work,
together with the installation of the
newly elected ofllceis. Following ate
the appointments: Assistant secretary,
Christian Fisher, No G43; ginnd chap
lain. Rev. C. S. Tinker, No. 291, grand
marshal, Philip J. Vetter, No. 93S;
grand conductor, Melville E. Chubbuck,
No. 107; grand guardian, James S.
Montgomery, No. 719; giand herald,
John Nesper, No. 232; committees by
laws, for three years, J. I'. Hale Jen
kins, No. 430; J. Samuel Eveland. No.
2G2. Herman "W. Poller, No. 7; appeals
for benefits, for three years, John "V.
Brooks, No 10; James Mi Hairlson,
No. 5S0; George Ellber, No. 451; state
of the order, Geoigo Hawkes, G. M.;
Amos II. Hall. P. G. M.; William A.
Witherup, P. G. M.; finance, Edwin E.
Pltter, No. 114; Louis W. Metzgar, No.
.200; John F. Culln. No. 4; Walter Gra
ham, No. 319, Richard H. Graham, No.
The assembly election, resulted as fol
lows: Past President. Mrs. S. Eouisa Eid
man, of Philadelphia; President, Mis.
Rose Bovan, of Mount Carmel; Vice
President. Mrs. Mary Morgan, of Erie;
Secretary, Mrs Mary N. Josljn, of
Philadelphia; Treasurer, Mrs. Jane M.
Eyon, of Mahonoy City; Warden, Mrs.
Eouisa. iMotrow, of Allegheny City.
Mrs. Revan's subordinate ofllcers are:
Conductor, Mrs. Anna S. Marion, of
Philadelphia; Marshal, Mrs. Carrie
Teny, of Pheonlwllle; Chaplain, Mrs.
Rebecca Meyers, of Archenbald; Inside
Guard. Mts. Eizzle Fiester. Shantoklii
Outside Guard, Mrs. Mary Phillips'.
KILLED IN'A FREIGHT WRECK.
Train linn Into nn Open Switch with
Costello, May 20. A serious accident
DASB BALL CONTEST.
ONE VOTE FOR
D, I). Club
A". 11. This coupon will not bo ac
cepted when 11101 c than D dajs old.
Tho club receiving tho greatest
number of votes will bo awarded
ten complete uniforms, comprising
lino thirt, pants, cap, belt and
stockings, mado to order by C. M.
riorey, the sporting goods dealer or
222 Woming avenue. They will be
or tho best stylo and equal to tho
uniforms of any Eastern league
This voto will be confined exclu
sively to clubs of Lackawanna, Lu
zerne, Wuync, Susquehanna, Mon
roe, Bradford and Wyoming coun
ties. Tho winning club will bo an
nounced Saturday, Juno 26. Send
ballots to Sporting Editor, The Trib
une Tho timo Is short. Better be
on the Ruffalo and Susquehanna rail
road occuned near hero In which one
man lost his life and another was se
verely inlmed. The east bound freight
train, Mitchell, engineer, was going
nt the rate of twenty-live miles an
hour. When ntarlng Little Nelson run,
It ian into nn open switch, which threw
the train from tho main line. The en
gine, n heavy elght-w heeler, smashed
Into several loaded log cars.
Engineer Mitchell Jumped to save
his life, but wns struck by flying tim
ber and severely Injured. A brakeman
named Krept was pinioned under a
capsized box car. He was crushed to
TAKE CARE OF THE EAR.
.Substance of nn Important Paper
Rend Rcforc Stnto Doctors.
'Plttsbuig, May 20. Tho feature of
tonight's meeting of the State Medical
society was tho reading of a paper by
Dr. Louis J. Lautenbach, of Philadel
phia, on "The Necessity for Active, Not
Passive, Ear Treatment In Ear Dis
eases." The speaker laid special stress
upon tho contention that by paying
close attention to the ear chronic cases
can often be materially Improved and
lellevcd, advocating that upon the first
evidence of any ear trouble It should
be thoroughly examined nnd If tho phy
sician feels himself Incompetent to take
charge of the case he should refer It to
some one whom he knows will do jus
tice to it.
What ho protested against most
strongly Is tho neglect of th family
physician to give proper weight to the
symptoms of ear disease In their ln
clplency when a thoiough tieatment
would dissipate the pathological con
dition. The address was received with
PREPARING TO STRIKE.
A General Tio-Up of Bituminous
Mines Is Now Threatened.
Pittsburg, May 20. In accordance
with the action taken at the miners'
national convention recently held at
Columbus, O., tho miners of the Pitts
burg district are preparing for a gen
etal strike for the restoration of the
69-cent rate. The miners' officials are
reticent, but It is understood that the
strike will take place about the first
week In June. There are twenty-three
thousand miners In the district, but it
Is not believed that all of them will
Pending the general strike the miners
have been notified to stop all individual
strikes and to return to work until the
general strike Is ordered.
DIED, AS SHE FEARED ARREST.
Poor Mother of Seven Children
Couldn't Pay for Spoons.
Easton, May 20 In a fit of despon
dency because sho was to poor to pay
for some silver spoons she toad bought
of an Installment house and fearing ar
rest, as some of the epoons were miss
ing and could not be returned, Mrs.
John W. Loh, of Freemansbuirar, the
mother of seven children, took poison
and died at tho home of Iter patents,
Mr. and Mrs. George Healer, In this
city She left a note explaining the
cause of her suicide.
DOMESTIC WEDS WEALTH.
Pcnrosc-Corcornn Mnrringo Stirs Up
Coatesvllle, May 20. The marriage
of J. Norman Pentose, son of the late
Hon. Tames Pentose, to Mtes Julia
Corcoian, created a big stir In society
Mr. Penrose, who owns a large silver
mine near Ruffalo, Wiomlng, Is re
potted to be ono of ttoe wealthiest men
In this county. His bride was a do
mestic In the Penrose family.
OVER AN EMBANKA1ENT.
Husband nud Wiln Seriously Hurt
nnd Horse Killed Outright.
Sharon, May 20. A. S. Powell, a vet
eran of the late war, living in Kinsman,
near here, was perhaps fatally hurt and
his wife seriously Injured by being
thrown out of a buggy .near Orange
ville. His skull was fractuied and the flesh
nearly all torn off one leg. They fell
over an embankment, a distance of 50
feet. The horse was killed outright.
STATE NEWslr? BRIEF.
CURRY NOT GUILT? OF MURDER.
Greensburg, Pa., May 10.-Ralph Cuny,
tho polL-cman of Mt. Pleasant charged
with tho murder of Daniel Garland, was
declared not guilty In court. Uailand was
killed wldlo trying to escape arrest.
CAUGHT DYNAMITING FISH.-New
Castle, May 20. Frank Reno and Frank
Huckley were caught dynamiting tish near
Wampum Just night and wero fined $50
etch and brought here today to scive a
thirty dtsys' sentence In Jail.
THREE MEN HURT IN MINES.-Dun-bar,
Ma20.-Robert Bodkin, whllo woik
Ing In tho Morrtll mine, was almost
buried by. a fcudden fall of the roof, Ilolxeleuhouoboio.
Is fatAlly Injured. Mlchaol Mclncrncy had
both legs tcrrlbl crushed by a car In tho
Atlas mine. James Mnrtln had his foot
so badly crushed by a car In the Mt.
Rraddock mine that amputation was nec
BASE BALL UNIFORM CONTEST.
West Side Uro.ui 12,237
West Side Harmonies 9.78S
High School 2,2(50
South Side Club 1,990
Pine Brook Crescents C0Q
Nay Aug Stars COO
Taylor Grays 420
Noith End Stars 37i
Jolly Nino 351
Old Forgo Dodgers 97
Green Ridge Actives CI
South Side Sliders 42
South Side Violets 40
Archbald Sunsets 15
AMATEUR BALL NOTES.
The South Side Stars challenge the
Rlsettes, of the South Side, to a game
on the "Cow Hill' grounds May 23. An
swer In Tho Tribune. M. Moore.
The Olyphant Browns challenge the
Hickories, of Jetmyn, to a game at Oly
phant any day next week. Answer
through The Tribune. J. Cleary, cap
tain. The Young Sports, of the South Side,
challenge any club In the city under 12
yeais, Mickey Dodd's Indians, of Relle
vue, preferred. George Hnggerty, man
ager; L. Lewis, captain.
The Unions, of the South Side, will
play any club under the ago of 1.1 years
on the Unions' giounds. Answer
through The Tribune. Fied Croghnny,
captain; George Gilswold. manager.
Tho Modocks would like to play the
Cedar Avenue Stars Sunday morning,
May 23, nt 10 a. in. Answer through
The Tribune as quick as possible. Au
gust Mlrtz. manager; C. Roth, captain.
The MInooka base ball club accepts
the challenge of tho Lackawannas and
will play them on the MInooka giounds
May 2J nt 3 p. m. Harmonies please
call at our club rooms In Hotel Coyne
before going to the grounds. M. F.
The Sunsets base ball club, of Arch
bald, challenge any club in Lackawan
na county to a game of ball on Aich
bald grounds Saturday, May 29, 1897.
Answer through The Tribune. First
come first setved. P. Price, captain;
M. McDonnell, manager.
An error was made In publishing
tho challenge of the Nonpareils, of
Dunmore. yesterday, to the Nonpaiells,
of Priceburgl. Tho challenge should
have been for a game on the Priceburg
grounds Sunday Instead of Saturday.
John Coleman, manager. Answer in
The Star Social club would like to
play the Modocks a game of ball Sun
day morning, Mny 21, at 10.30 o'clock.
The Stars are made up as follows: Jake
Mlrtz, second catcher; Heinz, catcher;
Damal, pitcher; phase, shortstop; Ro
sar, llrst base; Sprandle, second base;
Ham, third base; Kellerman. left field;
Jenney, center Held; Phillips, light
Held; Rosar, manager; Ham, captain.
Answer through The Tribune as quick
The Lead'er base ball club has ac
cepted the challenge of O'Connell's cash
store club to a game of ball Sunday
morning, May 23, on the Little Wocxls
grounds. Tho Lenders also challenge
tho Globe Warehouse clerks to a game
of ball Decoration Day morning on
any grounds they prefer. The Leader
club Is composed of the following play
ers: J.Mullen, catcher; George Hagger
ty, pitcher, Ed Sample, shoitstop; J.
Haw ley, llrst base; J. Harrison, second
base; F. Myers, third base; L. Lewis,
left field; S. Phillips, center field. M.
Dodd, right field; manager, E. Sample.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
Ibjl 'SALE -THE FINEST BUILDING
1 lots In the clt), on tho tuMilomiblu ave
nues nt Ion' price nnil on ens terms: theso
lots nro central nnd about ten minutes' walk
from Court House .Squnie; they are tho sur
est mid safest investment, If .vou buy now
w hue thoy are cheap, tbev ure the mot ele
Bant home sites now on tho market, on tho
choke avenues thoy are at short walking
distance from the city's most active life, Just
at the right Ulstnnce to Insure quiet nnd com
fort, jet convenient to all points andtonll
Industrial interests; title perfect, fall or
wrlto for map and chcular, JOXE.S, 311
Spiuee Street. '
A GREAT HAIIOAI.V FOR OUICK PUIt
j.. chaser; single house nnd bain 011 full
lot, Jetlersou avenue, A'lnth ward, only
SO..-.00. tI JA1) WIN'S AOEA'UY, con cr
Penn and .Spruce.
T AH11E PLOT OrTANI) I.V QUEEN
la Ridge, near tho Having l'ark; cnn bo
I".1.1.",.'. .orJ?. 0,s' l'rlce OMV 8:1,000. U. 1
JADWIN, OldPostullico llulldlng.
Q7f.O lirY.SI.OTOA- ROIIIA'hON STREET,
t- near I.neUawannn nvemie, C 1'. JAD
WIA'S REAL ESI ATE AGENCY.
I?OU SAI.B-DIjIHAHLE LOT, WITH
house on rear, 111 H A'. WastiliiKtnu avo.
nue; owner leaving city. KU (iiUney uvc.
t or T01 ts7 l.i f on( lay" a ven vyL
U Apply .to J. C. LANtiE, P.'O Encka
OH-'KKOKTHK ISOVlinOK TnVIlK
(fi, t.srAT. loMiwvy
Scranton. l'a , March ih. ian
T" lll.M?f.MtV l.l-Mvrri'V 'nil p .nut, ......
-L low lug resolutions w ei o adopted at 11 meet
ing of the Hoard of DirenoiH of this
company held on tho 18th dav of .Man h, '117:
Resolved: That n meeting of tho stockhold
ers he culled to convene at tho gcneial ollleo
of tho companv on tho uist day of .Muv,
1 H07, to take action of tho lippiov al or dloni
piuvnl of the proposed Increnso ofthu capital
stock of said company finm HIOO.ooo to
SUiMI.OOO, said S'JO.OOO of lnueased stock to
bo pi Uei red stock, thoholdeiH of v hlch pre
renal stock shall ho entitled to receive cu
mulative dividends thenon, nt tho rate of O
percent, per annum, iiauhlti only out of tho
net earnings of the said corpoiutlnn, and that
tho senetnrv bound is hereb) Instructed to
Klvo notice thereof, us tequlrid hj law.
Resolved: 'lliatu meeting or tho stockhold
ers ho lulled to convene nt tho general nlllto
of tho company on the Ulst day of Mny,
807, to take action on tho approval or dls
approval of tho proposed Ineieaso of the In
debtedness of said coinpniiy ftoui SUHUKHi
toSl'jo.uno; and that the secretary bound
Is hereby dli ected to glv 0 notice thereof, us U
I). II. ATHERTOA-.Hecrctnry.
REDEMPTION OF 1JONDS.
itFICIiOPHlMI'HOX it WATKISS, 1
neiMMin, l-A., .iiuv Mil, JMU7, J
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN
uccordauco with tho mortgago of Tho
Mount Lookout Coal Companv to tho Scran
ton Savings Ilinlc uml Trust Company, trus
tee, that bonds of the said coul company.
Illlllini,n.l 1 -1 Ml M . . .. . -.. 1.... '
iiuiiiiviiui,!!, i i o mm iuu nuo uetu
designated by lot thin day for redemption.
ILIltl Mill liA rPilnMiiu (1 ii t ivip titnl li.insui
.,..., .-. ... .'.. " mi unci coii
upon presentation at tho Kuantou Havings
.,it (.,, HUB. iu(iiii.i, ij iiie lllll'ri'Sl
ceases on thouhove numbered bouds on June
lln.ttr nn.l 'I ..u .........
THE MOUNT LOOKOl'T COAL CO.
n i. a, niJii'au;, iicusurer.
CIIAH. COOl'ER, CITY HCAVKNOER.
AH orders promptly attended to, day or
night. All the latest uppllauces. Chances
reasonable. 711) Scrutiton street. House,
HUB Wushburn street.
A1I.11HIUGS CLEANH 1'IUVYVAULT
and cess pools; no odor. Improved
ihiiiiiis iisvii, .a. iiiuuuf, proprietor.
Leuv e orders HOO N. Mulu.ave., or Eiekes'
drug store, corner Adams und Mulberry.
'rlw,.li,in .If, ,1 "'
TOILET ARTICLES AT DRY GOODS PROFITS.
Pint Bottle Witch Hazel 22
2J4-pound Box Camphor Harbles 10
Large Jar Almond Heal 35
A Flask of Jamaica Ginger 16
A Box of Best Talcum Powder 10
Cashmere Bouquet Soap 22
Cuticura Soap 15
Blue Seal Vaseline 5
Blue Seal Vaseline, large 10
Colgate's Glycerine 10
Colgate's Florida Water 50
Colgate's Violet Toilet Water, pints , .' 85
Colgate's Cashmere Bouquet Toilet Water, pints 85
Buttermilk Soap, box of three cakes 8
And Colgate's Triple Extract at 3QC
Usually sold at 40c. and 50c.
By the Score
Is the Usual
Result of a,...
ONE CENT A WORD.
Advs. Under Tills Head One Cent a Word.
1' Lnckuwnnnu uvenue. COMRQYS,
170R RENT A hINOLE O-ROOM HOUSE,
J 1 11 Clay avenue; modern conveniences
and city steam. Apply to U. J. TOST, Com
AdV5. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
"I70U HALE A FINK LOT ON Adamnave
.T nue, between Ollvoand IMne. Apply to
EDMUM) A. 1IARTL, County Hurvcjor.
I?OH HALE VERY CHEAP-ONE hET OK
llrlttanulc Encj clop.pilla, lift volumes,
half Russia hlndint;. IVOR LAWRENCE,
til Hnjder avenue, city.
IOR HALE A riNI) YOl'NG Hl'AN OF
' dark chestnut horses. Tor description
lnqulie at Everett's fetable, Dl Couit, hcrnu
tou. T?OR HALE-FINE TRAP CHEAP. 1511
X' 1'cnn avenue.
I70R SALE-A HILVER-rLATED CONN
double bell euphonium, nicely engraved,
vilth trombono bell, Rold lined; nearly now
and cost SOU; v ill sell at u barcain. Address
thla veel to E. W. UAYLOR, LaHavsvlllc,
CHIROPODIST AND MANICURE.
CIORNS, HUNIONH AND INGROWING
' nails cured without tho lenst pain or
dravUnc blood. Consultation nnd advice
given lree. 11 SI.. HE1VSKL, Chiropodist,
ftan Lackawanna uvenue. Ladles attended
at their residence If desired. Charges modcr
ute. STEAMSHIP TICKETS.
Advs. Under ThU Head One Cent a Word,
UCRANTON TO LONDON, $:H). J. JCjUArI
" RON.Meamsnlp Agent, 'J07 Lackawanna
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
neisoiiH interested in the estato of John
Handle , deceased, w bother the hiv o a pres
ent or exptctant interest, that the Orphans'
Court of Lackawanna county; l'u., has nwurd
eda citation to you to nppear In said court
imillU.lWlUl Jiuy, inuiOlll o ciock u. m ,
at which time and place ou will bo heard on
the application of tho cceiitorsorsuld estate
to the com t to ho permitted to Ineieaso tho
inortKugoon tho Wyoming House property
and the building to be erected theieon fiom
Hft.v thousund dollars licit tolore permitted to
one hundred and twenty-live thousand dol
lars tor the purpose ofciectlng n building on
11. W. PALMER,
JOHN T. RICHARDS,
Execulom of tho Last Will uud Testament
of John Haudley, Deceased.
.ScitANTO.v, Pa., May 11), 1807.
BIDS FOR CURIHNG I OR MCLI1ERRY
street, between Prcscottand Mltllln nve
nues, v 111 bo received nt tho Clt Engineer's
oillcc, hcianton, Pa , until :t p.m. Saturday,
May'J'J. itlddern will state price per lineal
foot, delivered on street, for strnlght curb;
ulso for ctrclo curt), tho same to bo In nccord
nnce with pinna und specifications on tile ut
City Engineer's oftlcc.
COLUMBIA CONSTRUCTION CO.
OFFICE OF THE UOARD OP COMMISSION.
ERS OP PUBLIC UROUNDS AND BUILD
INOS. DANIEL II. HASTINUS. J. C. DGLANEY.
AMOS H. MYLIN,
BENJAMIN J. HAYWOOD,
PROPOSALS FOR FURNISHING 8TA
tionerv, Fuel nud other Hupplles.
Incompliance with tho Constitution nnd
laws of tho Commonwealth of lVnnslvanlar
weheieby Invito sealed pioposals at prices
below muxlmum rates tlxod lu nchcdules, to
furnish stationery, fuel und other supplies
for the se eral depart ments of the Htutu Gov
ernment, und for making repulis In the .ev
ent! departments una for the distribution of
tho public documents, for the enrcndlug tho
llrst Tuesduy of June, A, II. 18UB.
Hepnrato pi ojiosals will ho recclv cd and sep
nrato contrai ts uwnrdcdasuuuouuied In said
scheduleK. Each propositi must he accom
panied h n bond, wit nut least two sureties
or one surtty company, approv ed by a Judge
oftheCourt ofCouiinon l'leusof tho county
lu which tho pel son or persons making such
proposal may lesldc; conditioned for the
iultnful performance of tho contract, and ad
dressed und delivered to tho Board of Com
missioners of Public Grounds und Buildings
before V2 o'clock m on Tucsduv, tho llrst
day of Juno, A. D. 1H07. ut which time the
proposals will ho opened and published, In
tho Reception Room of the Executive De
partment at Hanlsbiirg, and contracts
awarded as soon therealter us practicable.
Blank bonds and schedules containing all
necessary Information can bo obtained at
J. C. DELANEY,
I or tho Board of Commissioners of Publlo
Grounds aud Buildings.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
BICYCLE TIREH p PAIR. BEST 07'H
mude. Fully warranted. Fiee repairs.
Agents wanted. MINERALIZED RU11UER
CO.. New York.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent o Word.
MEN 'lO LEARN HARIIEUING: ONLY
eight weeks required; tools donated;
hulrditsslug taught ficc; catalogue postpaid.
MOLER'S llARBER SCHOOL, Now Wk
to canvass and collect; must furnish
bond, 'jm Lncl.awunnu uvenue, loom 11,
ANTED AGENT8-$7r. PER .MONTH
nud expenses paid in tlvo men If right;
floods sold by sample onl; samples, also
loise und carriage furnished FREE. Ad
dress JOBBER, Iipx f;iOB, lloston, Mass.
QALLSMEN-SCHOOL SUPPLIES; COUN
O try work; Slot) salary montuiy. wltl
liberal additional commissions,
i aumtlonal commissions. R. O
WANTED-AN IDEA. WHOCANTHINK
ofsomo simple thing to patent? Pro
tect our Ideas; they may bring ou wealth.
Wrlto JOHN WEDDERllFRN A CO., Dept.
C. 'J.1, Patent Attorne.vs, Washington, D. C,
for their S1HOO prize oiler and list of 1,000
WANTED-AS AGENT IN EVlillY Rli(
tlon to canvass; 3(. oo to $3.00 a day
mnde; sens nt sight; also a man to sell Stuplo
Goods to dealers; best side lino S7ft 11 month;
sulary or large commission made; experience
unnecessary. Clifton Soup and Mauufactur
ng Company, Cincinnati, O.
7 ANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
1 CVCrV town to solicit stock stlliscrln.
tlons; amononolv: blcr money lor ucents: no
capital required. EDWARD C. FISH JL CO ,
Iiorden lllock, Chicago, 111.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
GIRL WANTED TO DO GENERAL
hoiscwork. AppI F. V. BOUCHERS,
7111 Cedar uvonuc.
LADIES-I MAKE BIG WAGES DOING
pleasant homo work, and w 111 gladly send
full particulars to nil sending '2 cent stamp.
M ISS M. A. STEBUINS, Law rence, Mich.
WANTED-LADY AGENTS IN SCRAN
ton to sell and Introduce Hnydei's cake
icing; experienced canvasser preferred; work
permanent and very profitable. Write for
particulars nt once und get benefit of holiday
trade. T. B. SNYDER A. CO., Cincinnati. 6.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY-TWO ENER
getlo saleswomen to repicsent us.
Guaranteed SO n day without Interfering
with other duties. Healthful occupation.
Wrlto for pnttlculurs, enclosing stamp,
MANGO CHEMICAL COMPANY, No. 72
John street, Now York.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
WANTED COUNTY CANVASSING
agents for tho best selling and most
satisfactory article agents ever handled. M.
II. TYLER CO., Portland, .Me.
WANTED-SOLICITORS; NO DELIVER
Ing, no collecting; position permanent;
nay weekly; stute age. GLEN UROTHERS,
Rochester, N. Y.
NTED-GENERAL AGENTS IN EV
ery countl : also hid v ennv assers: some-
nuns nui sure seller; uppi quiCK. J. u.
HILBERT, 141 Adams avenue, Sol uu ton, l'u.
AGENTS-WHAT ARE Y'OU GOINGTO
do about Hafo Citizenship prh 0 1? 1. Go
ing by thousands. Address NICHOLS,
AGHNT3-TO SELL OUR PRACTICAL
gold, silver, nickel nnd copper electro
plasters; prices from S1J upwind; salary uud
expenses paid; otitllt free. Address, with
bUinp, MICHIGAN MFG CO., Chicago.
AGENTH-TO HELL CIGARS TO DEAL
ers; 25 weekly and oxpenses; experi
ence unnecessary. CONSOLIDATED M1G
CO., 18 Van Buren St., Chicago.
SI'I UATIONS WANTED.
O general housework. AddiesH ill Elm
street, Scranlon, Piu
WANTED-BY A POLISH GIRL, WHO
V ulso speuks German, n position for
genernl housuwork: good Ironer uml wusher.
Address FRANC1SCA WACHOSKI, 131)
QITU ATION TO DO W ASH INO AND IRON
J lug at homo or go out b the day wushlng
orcleunlng. Call or uddress A. 11, 304 N.
Sumner uv enuo, city.
WANTED-BY A RESPECTABLE WO
man, three or four dav s' work a week
nt washing or housework. Address E. M. D
SITUATION WANTED-BY A WATCH
man or to attend boilers. Add less (1.
W., nil! Hiekoiy street.
SOBER, INDUSTRIOUS MARRIED .MAN
VMints Job driving tenm or working on
farm; thoroughl understands caie of horses
and stock. Address Uox 46, Nicholson, P.i.
-TVANTED-WASHING AND IRONING
V V by the day or house cleaning; cnn glv .
tho best of references. Address ii. c, 'J 1
vTj Now York, ago 22, wishes situation
olllcoor us clerk In store: has best of rei .
enees ns to character und ability us salosuia u
W, J., Sciuuton Tribune.
ANTED-A POHFTIONnY A UaFbER
of lurgh und vurled experience. Ad
dress T. II., 1KIU Luzerne Street, Scriiutou.
O groeeryman ileslres n permanent posi
tion with 11 reliable linn; Is strictly temper
ate; will go to any city or town; can furnish
reference. Address J. II. J., Tribune.
SITUATION WANTED-I1Y A YOl Nil
man ns teamster or any other kind of
work. Address J. T., Trlbuue ortlco.
WANTED WORK-BY EXPERIENCED
woman; tun do all kinds of work; can
glvo the best of reference. Address li, Trib
7ANTED-A RELIABLE GIRL WANTS
it u position ususslstunt dressmaker or
Imllpit miilil rnfuriiiioiui lH.lr.ju kii.r
hl'RE-JS, Tribune otllce, city. '
SITUATION WANTED-AS NURSE OR
linillfllrPAnfr. llV Ik illililln.tirrorl Imlf AH.
dresHU M., Tribune oHIce.
ANTED-POSITION AH SrENOGRA
llher. accountant nr umiprul nfllfn
hand; also acquainted with lumber trade.
Address ll., 130 (Lincoln street, Wlllces
209 Washington Avenue,
Opp. Court House.
ALARY, (YOUNG WIDOW), REFINED,
cdiinited, attractive, asks for nn Im
mediate position whero worth will be uppro
clnted. Thoroughly undcrstiinds tho manago.
ment of a household and scrvnnts. Will
niiiko herself useful In any capacity. Will
lenvo city. Address M. M care Tribune,
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
J one dark bay horse, blind In left eo: will
bo sold May 2.", at It o'clock p. m If not
called for before above date.
F. O. MILLARD, Poundkeopcr.
Advs. Undsr This Head One Cent a Word.
RED It. PIERCE TELLS PAST, PRES
ent and future, remains a few days only.
City Hotel, Penn uvenue, room 1. Gentle,
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF TUB
TRADERS NATIONAL BANK
at Scinnton, In the state of Pennsylvania,
at tho close of business Mny 14, 1S97.
Loans and discounts $trJ9,D03 IX
Overdrafts, secured and unse
cured 188 22
V. S. Bonds to secure circula
tion 200,000 00
Premiums on U. S. Bonds 2S.000 00
Stocks, becurltlcs, etc 3C,CS7 SO
Banking-house, furnlturo and
IKturcs 110,209 OS
Other real cstnte nnd mort
gages owned 7,051 25
Duo fiom State Banks and
Bankers v 1,35.! 29
Duo from, approved teservo
agents CI.202 ."0
Checks nnd other cash Items ... 1,362 29
Exchanges for clearing-house.. C.036 ."J
Notes of other Nntomil Banks. 2,950 00
Fractional paper currency,
nickels ard cents 1,307 25
Lawful money reserve In bank,
Specie $19,0P0 35
Legal tender notes .... 21,831 00
Redemption fund with IT. S.
Treasurer (5 pci cent, of circu
Capital stock paid In 210.000 00
Surplus fund 50,010 00
Undivided profits, les's expenses
and taxes paid 11,877 7(5
National Bank notes outstand
ing lSO.Olfl 00
Duo to other National Bunks .. 16,177 52
Duo to State Banks nnd Bank
ers 10,830 13
Individual deposits subject to
check 61S052 81
Demand certificates of deposit. 3,0bl,12
Certified checks 371 79
Bills paablo 40.000 IX)
Total .ll,lS0,121 IS
State of I'ennslanla, County or Lacka
I, Frank L. Phillips, cashier of the.
above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement Is truo to tho
best of my knowledge and belief.
F. L. Phillips. Cashier.
Subscribed and swoin to before mo this
twentieth day of Mny, 1897.
W. S. Diehl, Notary Fuhllc
Correct Attest: '
J. .1. JERMYN, J
J. T. PORTER.
C. E. CHITTENDEN. '
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF TICTJ
FIRST NATIONAL Bill
at Scranton, In the stato of Pennsylvania,
at tho close of business May It, 1897.
Loans nnd discounts . . .$2,137,371 83
Overdrafts, secured and unse
en! cd . .... 1,159 ;!0
V S HomW to xecuro circula
tion .'.... 200.000 00
Stocks, secmlties. etc 3.264.29S )
Duo trom approved rcservo
agents SSI, 131 23
Duo fiom other National banks 43,177 7$
Duo from State Banks and
Banking house, furnlturo nnd
llxtuics 20,000 00
Checks and other cash Items ... 5,S9! 81
Exchanges for cleuiing house . S.780 2rt
Bills or other hanks 12,880 (O
Fractional paper currency,
nickels and cents 1,551 SO
Specie !W,h7l 90
Legal tendei notes 27b, 171 00
Redemption fund with U. S.
Tiencurcr (5 per cent, of circu
lation) 9,000 00
Due from U. S. Treasuier, other
than 5 per cent, redemption
fund 12,500 00
TotuI 36,499,801 10
Capital stock paid In $2i,000 00
Surplus fund 875.00J 00
Undivided profits 122,008 2S,
National Bank notes outstand
ing 180,000 00
Divider Us unpaid 5,240 00
Individual deposits subject to
check -1,922.017 63
Demand certlllcatcs of deposit.. 70.S31 83
Certified checks 4,323 53
Cashier's checks outstanding ... 1,005 33
Duo to other National Banks... 10),1U 20
Due to State Banks and bank
ers JJ.156 2S
Notes and bills ro-dlscounted ... Nona
Bills payable Nona
Liabilities other thuu those
above stated Nona
Total .$6,499601 10
Stato of Pennsylvania, County of Lacka
wanna, ts :
I, Isa-io Post, Cashier of tho above
named bank, do solemnly swear that tho
above statement Is true to tho best of myi
knowledge and belief.
, ISAAC POST. Cashier,
n?uu.,orl,ll,.nlu, rn to before mo thi
20th day of Mny, 1897.
WAX.TUR E. GU.VSTER,
n ..... Notary Public,
W, V. HAL.DSTED,
t t v , J. A. LINlflN,
,- 'I -. ..... Directors,
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