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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATUUDA.Y MORNING-. JUNE 5, 1807.
THE WEILER BILL
A Measure Endorsed by the Labor
MR. IIOIDULBAUOI! TURNED DOWN
Ho Is Ilcfuscd n Spcclnl Order Tor
Ills Suiidny l'oot Hall, llnso Unll
niul GolfRestricting IMH--TI10 Uni
form Stcnm Passenger Knlc Kchcmo
Is Again Ulockcil in the Committee.
TTnrr(sluirff, Pa., June 4. Tho house
refused this morning by a vote of 63
to 4D to recommit to the municipal
corporations commltteo the Becker bill
relating to the confirmation of ap
pointees of the mayor of Philadelphia,
lieldelbaugh, of Lancaster, was refused
a special order for his bill to prohibit
the playing of foot ball, base ball nnd
rjolf on Sunday. Tho house also re
fused by a vote of 99 to E8 to make a
special order for the bill of Mr. Bald
win, of Delaware, for the attachment
of wages for tho purchase of food sup
plies. A special order was granted on mo
tion of Mr. Bentley, of Erie, for a bill
to cover into counties money uncalled
for afttr ten years for the use of bor
oughs, townships and cities. The bill
will bo considered Monday night on
second reading, and Tuesday morning
on third reading. A lively debate was
precipitated by Mr. Creasy, of Colum
bia, moving to place on the calendar
the negatived bill fixing the uniform
passenger rate on steam railways at
two cents a mile. This measure has
been before the legislature at every
session for ten years and has always
been killed by the railroad committee.
Mr. Creasy's motion was defeated by
19 yeas to 97 nays.
Mr. 'Hammond, of Westmoreland,
was refused a special order for senate
bill empowering boroughs and town
councils to annex adjacent lots on pe
tition of tho property owners, after
which the house adjourned until Mon
day at 8.30 p. m.
GOVERNOK SIGNS WEILEJt BILL.
Governor Hastings this afternoon
signed the AVeller bill to protect the
employes of corporations in their right
to belong to labor organizations. The
measure passed the house and sennto
without an objection and was strong
ly endorsed by all the labor organiza
tions In the state. The governor also
signed the Muehlbronner bill relating
to street improvements In cities of the
The Weller bill Is to protect employes
of corporations In their right to form,
join or belong to labor organizations
by prescribing penalties for Interfer
ence therewith. Any ofllcer, agent or
employe of n corporation found guilty
of coercing or attempting to coerce any
employe by discharging them or
threatening to discharge them because
of their connection with any lawful
labor organization shall be liable to
a fine of not more than two thousand
or less'th'an one thousand dollars and
one year's Imprisonment.
MAY ARREST ALL THE ARMY.
Phnciuxvillo Salvationists Defy the
Phoenl'xville,1 Juno 4. Following the
sensational arrest and Imprisonment
yesterday of Captain De Garls, of tho
Salvation Army, ns a. disturber of the
peace, William Allert, a sergeant ma
jor of the army, was arrested and
lodged In tho lock-up. He had obeyed
the mandate of his Imprisoned chief
to worship louder than ever, and his
arrest was the consequence.
Captain De Garls was taken to "West
Chester and lodged In Jail there. When
he reached his r-ell he prayed and sang
as heartily as If he were on the streets
of Phoenixvllle. Indeed, for hours
last night, afttr being placed In a cell
at the lock-up here, he prayed and
Z7 Ul 1 L o
Prices Almost Cut in Two.
$6.98, $8.97, $9.98.
Thus far this scasou lias boon ouo of backward
ness. Tho cool weather has affected tho Clothing
trade all over tho country, aud Summer Suits that
should have long since found their way to wearers,
are still ou tho counters. However, wo can't com
plain, for wo have sufforod loss than many others.
But wo have too much Btook and there is too
little timo left to risk solliug at a profit.
This is tho result: Wo
have taken some eight ornino
hundred Suits tho Tory
cream of tho stock tho new
est, nobbiest patterns, nnd cut
off ovory cent of profit, and
now hand them to you at tho
same prices tho manufactur
ers charged us.
You will ilnd them ou tho
two front tables, divided into
threo lots at those low prices:
SG.98, S8.97, SD.9S.
A Glanco nt tho window
facing Lackawanna avoiiu'o
will bring-boforo you moro
forcibly tho magnitude of tho valuo3 that wo aro
Thoro is no other time no other placo liko
now at Samters, to buy high cost, ready-to-wear
Clothing, at a mero shadow of tho oustomary cost.
CLOTHIERS, HATTERS, FURNISHERS,
pang so loud that ho could bo heard
far Into tho street.
Hundreds of people gathered to lis
ten to the lono man In his cell, nnd
many offered to pay his line and have
him net free; but ho refused all offers,
saying he was glad to go to Jail for
Tenter In tho evening his wife railed.
Ho told her to go to the barracks, as
semble tho army nnd go forth Into tho
strcctB with blaring horns and beating
drums nnd hold their meetings. She
acted ns he commanded, and a great
nolso was created, resulting In Ser
geant Mnjor Allett's arrest.
The burgess and chief of police say
they will stop the army from parad
ing the streets If they are compelled
to have every member arrested. The
Salvationists nay they will not stop
holding meetings with their drum and
horns as lone as there Is one of them
LODGE DABBLES IN POLITICS.
As n Consoqnoncc the Stnto Executive
Committee Msbnmls It.
Townndn, Juno 4. District President
II. B. Ingham, of the Patriotic Order
Sons of America, acting under orders
from the executive commltteo of tho
state camp, has taken possession of the
chnrter, seal and other property of
Camp No. 674, North Townndn, and
oillclally disbanded the organization.
The lodge had forty members. The
trouble grew out of the indorsement of
political candidates by tho lodge during
tho county campaign last fall, and the
subsequent neglect of the camp to deal
with the members responsible for the
breach of the constitution.
ALLEGED IMPURE FOOD SOLD.
A Trio nt Pforristown Accused of Sell
ing Adulterated (loads.
Norrlstown, June 4. Upon informa
tion of Deputy Food Commissioner
Robert Simmers, II. II. Koblnson, of
Collegevllle, and Alexander Stouch, of
Pcnnsburg, were charged before Mag
istrate Lenhnrdt, of this town, with
selling Impure food.
The allegation against the former
was that he was selling a brand of
ground coffee put up by a Camden firm
which analysis showed contained 70 per
cent, roast wheat and chicory. An
analysis of the mustard sold by 'Stouch
Is alleged to have disclosed that It con
tained 40 per cent, of wheat flour. The
defendants furnished ball for a further
GOADED BY HUNGER TO SUICIDE.
A Young Stranger Prefers n Shot to
Chester, Pn., June 4. Hungry, almost
penniless and out of work, an unknown
young man committed Bulclde this eve
ning at Twin OakF, in Upper Chichest
er township, by sending a bullet
throueh his right temple. There was
nothing on his person by which he could
be identified, but his general appear
ance Indicated that he had been well
The suicide had been seen at Twin
Oaks nearly ail day and had asked for
work, telling how hungry he was.
CASHIER TOOK S7700 MORE.
Danker Mcixcll Also Jtobbcd n Cold
Easton, Pa., June 4. Absconding
Bank Cashier J. B. Melxell, of South
Bethlehem, turns out also to have de
frauded .the Lehigh Valley Cold Stor
age company, of South Bethlehem, of
which he was secretary and treasurer,
of $7,700, and an attachment for that
sum was delivered to the sheriff against
Melxell's property today.
When Melxell ran away tho storage
company declared his accounts were all
"BELLA" TAKES VITRIOL
I'ortunc Toller's Hash Act nt nn Air
Allentown, June 4. One of the. wo
men of a Gypsy fortune-telling combln-
RUtoiM nnd Nervous Disorders inch n Wind 4 Mn .In Ui ' SS'K MSSft
;d Sleep, Frightful Dreams niul nil nervous mm J""" '"..,' pijcT hOSH W II U UIVU
try ono box of theso IMIIh, nnd they will be acknowledged to be
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A AOIinFRFUL iVlk.UIO.Nt
WEAK STOMACH, IMPAIRED DIGESTION. DISORDERED LIVER
any Patent Medicine In the World.
WITHOUT A TtrVATj. Annual Sales over 6,000,000 Boxes.
25c nt Drug Stores, or will be sent by U. S. Agent, P. F. ALl.p CO., 000 Cunal Street,
Now York, po"? pn?df upon receipt of prfco. Hook free upon application.
atlon, holding forth In a store room in
this city, attempted to commit suicide
this morning at the hotel where she Is
boarding by drinking a dose of vitriol.
Tho woman Is known as "Bella," and
Is the star of the combination. She
Is about 40 years of age. She had a
little spat with one of the other wo
men fortune-tellers, nnd It Is thought
that she tried to kill herself In a spirit
She suffered great agony, and ft. phy
sician was summoned. He administered
entldotes and gave her hypodermic In
jection to case tho pain. It is believed
that she will recover.
FALSE TEACHING SHOWN.
Dr. Latenbacb Points Out a Serious Mis
statement In School Text Books.
Medical Society's Next Meeting.
Philadelphia, June 4. Dr. Louis T.
Latenbach read a paper before the
Otologlcal section of tho American Med
ical association this afternoon on a new
method for the treatment of diseases
of tho ear, by means of mechanical
massage appliances for restoring to the
ear structures their normal motions
and at the same time, to stimulate the
nerve of hearing. He especially dem
onstrated Its value In cases of perfor
ation of the drumhead. He showed a
number of such patients, among whom
were several physicians. He called at
tention to a false teaching In n text
book used In the public schools of Phil
adelphia and In a large number of other
cities. On page 216, referring to the
drumhead, It rends:
"If once broken this delicate mem
brane cannot be repaired and deafness
resultB." He claimed that perfora
tions of the drumhead could be healed
and the hearing bo restored, and ob
jected to such false teaching, not only
because It was untrue, but that It had
and would undoubtedly Influence mul
titudes of people to neglect such cases
on account of Its supposed hopeless
ness. As a consequence of his remarks,
a committee was appointed to consider
means of eradicating this false teach
ing and to report tho results of their
work to tho next meeting of the Ameri
can Medical association at Denver, Col.,
lie Declares the Gnme Dills
Harrlsburg, Pa., June 4. Governor
Hastings has vetoed the act prohibit
ing the catching or selling in Bradford
county of any grouse, pheasant, quail,
partridge, woodcock, wild pigeon, trout
or bass on the ground that the act Is
unconstitutional, and he has already
approved tho general act relating to
the preservation of game prepared by
the state game commission.
He has also vetoed the Joint reso
lution providing for the printing of a
series of costly atlases to go with
geological reports already printed on
tl e ground that there Is no provision
or limitation regarding the cost and
because of the present condition of the
IT IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL.
Judge Ilnnnn'ss Killing on tho Direct
inheritance Tax Law.
Philadelphia, June 4. President
Judge Hanna, of tho Orphans' court,
this afternoon In adjudicating tho
estate of George Blight, deceased, de
cided that tho new direct Inheritance
tax law Is unconstitutional. The law
was recently passed by the legislature
as a revenue measure and was expect
ed to add between $600,000 and $1,000,
000 annually to the revenues of the
The question will probably be car
ried to the supremo court for a final
Jllines on Tull Time.
Wllkes-Barre, Pa.. June 4. On the
nuthorlty of General Superintendent
Lawall It Is announced that commenc
ing July 1, all the mines of the Le
hlgh and Wllkes-Barre Coal company
will work full time. It is exfrected that
full time will continue until Dec. 1.
The Lehigh and Wllkes-Barre Coal
company employs nearly 8,000 men and
Killed by Lightning.
Chambersburg, Pa., June 4. Light
ning struck the new house of J. II.
Ledy. at Mont Alto Intersection, ten
anted by Barney Etter today. The bolt
tore a hole In tho roof, descended, and
killed Etter's young child.
Jiisf On? Thing
to Do for Uiba
From tho Now York Sun.
Tho people of Cuba and the people of
this country are becoming tired of hear
ing that our government, while 'refusing
to give Cuba tho recognition for which
she asks, contemplates doing for her
aomothtng better, however, will Involve
a good deal of delay and the acquiescence
of the spanisn government, 'rnai was
tho siren's song sung by tho Cleveland
administration, and the wretched outcomo
of It was a fraudulent agreement, by
which l'rlmo Minister Canovas and his
envoy, ficnor Dupuy do Lome, pretended
to offer certain reforms 'to tho unhappy
Island, reforms which the Cubans at once
repudiated, and which the Cortes has
Blnco decllnd to ratify, Equally deluslvo
la the talk about buying tho Independence
of Cuba by guaranteeing a huge sum In
Cuban bonds to be turned over to Bpaln
by way of Indemnification. The time has
gone by when the rescue of Cuba from
Spanish savagery could bo brought about
by purchase, Ihe leaders of all tho chief
political parties In tho peninsula huvo
Joined In declaring "that never will Spain
consent to cell the Island, and tho Cubans
themselves refuse to ay a penny for tho
liberty which they know themselves ca
pable of gaining by arms. Tho revolu
tionists etatid today precisely where our
forefathers atood In 1776. T.iey have gone
too far for compromise; they can never
trust agrln tho promises of tho mother
aiw. K sP1
UASE BALL CONTEST.
ONE VOTE FOW
,.D. B. Ctdb
N. 11. This coupon will not bo ne
coptcd when more than 5 days old.
Tho club receiving tho greatest
number of votes will be awarded
ten complete uniforms, comprising
flno shirt, pants, cap, belt and
stockings, made to order by C. M.
Florey, the sporting goods dealer of
221 Wyoming avenue. They will bo
of the best stylo and equal to tho
uniforms of any Eastern lcaguo
This vote will bo confined exclu
sively to clubs of Lackawanna, Lu
zerne, Wayne, Susquehanna, Mon
roe, Bradford and Wyoming coun
ties. Tho winning club will bo an
nounced Saturdny, Juno 20. Send
ballots to Sporting Editor, Tho Trlb
uno Tho time Is short. Better be
country; they scorn to buy what belongs
to them by natural right; and all they ask
from foreign countries Is tho recognition
which is their due.
Why is It that our Federal government
hesitates to do for tho Cubans what was
dono by Madison and iMonroo for tho
Spanish-Americans of the mainland dur
ing their uprising against tyranny?
"Prom an early stage of the struggle,"
as we leain from ono of Monroe's messag
es, and fiom the Instructions of Secre
tary J. Q. Adams to Mr. Hush, President
Madison recognized the Spanish-American
Insurrectionists ns belligerents and
observed an Impartial neutrality between
them and their Spanish opponents. At
tho proper time President Monroe pro
ceeded to take tho step next in order by
recognizing tho Spanish-American com
munities ns Independent States. Neither
of those Presidents offered to mediate be
tween the oppressed and tho oppressor,
It occurred to neither of them as possl
blo that In a struggle for liberty there
might be something to bo said on both
sides; by neither of them was despotic
Spain countenanced In a lying prolter of
sham reforms; neither propsed to help tho
Insurrectionists to buy the freedom which
they were lighting for. Madison and Mon
roo themselves had played a pa-t In our
own war for Independence; they were
keenly allvo to tho truth that "who would
be free himself must strike tho blow;" but
they also felt It to be the duty 'of onlook
Ing republics to give new aspirants for
liberty a fair Held, nnd to see to It that
no favor was enjoyed by their antagon
ists. To that end they withheld from
Spain every prlvllego which wus not
equally open to her revolted subjects; and
they promptly extended to the latter such
n measure of recognition as would enable
them to turn their own resoutces to ac
count, and would nsure to them decent
treatment In accordance with the laws of
civilized warfare. That Is all the Spanish-Americans
of the mainland got from
us; It wm all they asked; and it sulIlceJ.
Defented and bankrupt, Spain had to let
them go without a dollar of Indemnity.
What havo the Cubans done that they
deserve at our hands less ympathy and
encouragement than their Spanish-American
brethren received? Will It be said
that our Federal government Is haunted
by tho spectre of Hnytl, and dread to sco
Independence achieved by nn Island which
contains a largo colored population? No
such apprehension can bo honestly felt
by men acquainted with the facts; and
men unacquainted with tho facts have
no business to be trusted with the powers
of government, in llaytl, nt tho time of
the Insurrection, the blacks and mulattocs
outnumbered the whites In the proportion
of 2u to 1; In Cuba, at tho date of tho
last census, the whites' outnumbered tho
colored people of all shades In tho propor
tion of 2 to 1. The whites In Cuba today
constitute a far larger proportion of tho
population than they did In any of tho
other Sp.inUh-Amerlcnn colonies, the bel
ligerency of which wo rcrognlzed nt nn
early stage ot tne struggle, ana tne luue
pendenco of which we acknowledged In
1822. Why, then, do we continue to with
hold our countenance from Cuba? Is st
because her children havo not fought
long enovgh, or hard enough? They
fought for ten years, from 185S to 187S, and
they only ceased to fight because Marshal
Martinez Campos, whom t'ley knew to
be a man of truth and honor, pledged his
word by a solemn treaty that they should
receive a large measure of autonomy, Tho
marshal was practically disavowed by
tho Madrid government; the pledgo was
broken nnd all hope of Becurlng Justlco
from Spain nt last died out. Then the
Cubans ro again, and by their vigorous
operations havo compelled Bpaln to main
tain under her colors In tho Island for up
ward of two years nn army of 203,000 men,
a mucn itrger lorcu wiuu tne wua aoie
to dispatch across tho Atlantic In the llrst
quarter of this century wherewith to
cope with all her revolted colonies In
South, Central and North Amerlcn. Wo
add that tho force Bent ty Spain to Cuba
Is Incomparably larger than that with
which our own forefathers had to gl apple
In our Itevolutlonary war.
The Cubans ask to be treated as vore
their Spanish-American biethrcn by Mad
json and by Monroe. No better; no
worse. They want no assurances of our
kind cilices to secure from Spain unother
mendacious offer of tnurlous reforms.
They want no guarantee from tho United
State of bonds wherewith to buy the lib
erty wnlch Is their birthright, and which,
like brave men, they decline to pay for.
They simply want U9 to observe neutral
ity between the Cuban and the Spaniard.
They wish to gain through a righteous
recognition of their belligerency a status
In International law which wll secure to
them, when captured, tho treatment of
prisoners of war. They do not come be
fore us as borrowers o- as beggars. They
appeal to equity, not charity. They ask
for Justice. Shall they not bo hoard?
Connolly & Wallace
50 pieces Linen Batiste in a variety of styles, including
open lace work effect, polka-dot, lappet work and plain. The
goods are worth 25c, 35c and 50c a yard.
Our Closing Price, 12jc
Also, 100 pieces Jaconets, Lawns, Dimities, Etc., in posi
tive wash colors, all this season's goods, worth 12 T-2C.
At 5c a Yard
"I was simply deluged
with tliein," was the re
ply of a well-known bus
iness man, when asked
how many replies he re
ceived from a Tribune
Want Adv. Try them;
you'll say the same thing.
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AMATEUR BASE BALL.
BASE BALL UNIFORM CONTEST.
The West Sldo Browns mado another
gain on the Sliders yesterday. For tho
Sliders 963 votes were cast and for tho
West Sldo Browns 21,0011
West Sldo Harmonies 13.51G
High School 2.M0
South Side club L'.OLTJ
Nay Aug Stars (KM
Pine Brook Crescents K'J
Taylor Grays 420
North End Stars 373
Jolty Nine 331
Old Forge Dodgers 7
South Sldo Grays S3
Green Iltdgo Actives M
South Side Violets -it)
AMATEUR BALL NOTES.
The Young Harmonies would like to
hear from 15-yenr-cld clubs.
Tho Young Harmonies accept the chal
lenge of tho Rosettes for today at 2.30
The Washington Avenue Stars Base
Ball club will play In Taylor tomorrow.
W. II. Whatley.
The Itoutsabout Baso Ball team chal
lenge No. 3(5 bchool team for a game of
ball Monday, tho 7th, on the Delaware
and Hudson grounds at 4 p. m. Tom Heed,
captain; A. Swaet manager.
Tho South Side and Mlnooka Ball teams
will play tomorrow afternoon on tho
Mlnooka grounds. Battery for tho South
Sldo team, Hastings and Lalley; for
Mlnookn, O'Neill and Flannery.
Tho Electrics would like to play tho
Brownies, Spauldlng Boys of South
Scranton Battlers a game June 7, 8 or
9 on Howell Field, at 4 o'clock, providing
nil players are under 13 years of age.
Meet at Linden Street Bridge. Will give
a return game. T. Hawlcy, manager; II.
Tho Holford club, of Pcckvllle, chal
lenges the Walla Wahs, of Providence; the
Nonpareils, of Prlceburg; tho Nonpareils,
of Dunmore; tho West Side Athletics, or
tho Dickson Stars to a game of ball on
tho latters' grounds Sunday, June 13.
First answer first served. Answer in Tho
Tribune. Isaao Hodges, captain; O. C.
"Wo will see this afternoon" Is tho ex
presslon to be heard from tho respective
admirers of the Mlnooka and the St,
Thomas' College Bate Ball teams, who
will battlo for the supremacy today at
Athletic park. Tho fair sex, who will be
admitted tree by ticket, give promise to
be out In goodly numbers and cheer for
their favorites. The game will be called
at 3.30 o'clock.
The Dunmore Noparell Baso Ball club
will Journey over to Prlceburg tomorrow
afternoon to battle with the strong Non
pareils of that place. Tho Dunmore Non
pareils will llnc-up as follows; Thomas,
Payton, catcher; Thomas Tnornton, pitch
er; Edward p'Horo, shortstop; Janus
Tlgh, first baso; Calson, second base;
Thomas Began, third base; John McDon
ald, left field; Peter O'Horo, center held;
Michael O'Nell, right field. Please meet
Us at Olyphsnt on tho Thropp line.
The LJIlies, of tArohbald, challenge tho
following clubs to a geme cf ball on Arch
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Ktr Hickories, of Jerrayn; "Mayhem
club; Favorites, of Olypbant; Nonpareils,
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dMOlSO WILL BUY A HOUSE AND BARN
O on Deacon street. Part may remain 011
mortgage. Call on C. P. JADWlN.
C350 WILL BUY A LOT 35X70, A GOOD
O location for 11 house. $l(iolon, balunco
on a years time. Call on JADWIN.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE
North Main ave., First ward, lirlstnl
bouse brick store,; a stories, No. 1007.
Block a stores, Nos. 1013, 1015 and 1017
nt Anderson's Real Estate Agency and Nous
I" 7011 SALE DESIRABLE LOT, WITH
1 house on rear, HIS N. Washington live,
uue; owner leaving city. 001 Qulncy ave.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word,
charm; Under please leave at John Jer
niyn'H olllee, ill) Wyoming avenue, and ro
Ad vs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
nnitAVELiNO-visiTiNO im'uoT" iiitY
J. goods, stationery tra le, to handle finest
toilet mirrors inuae.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
WANTED IN FIRST-CLASS,
urlvato family, for young couple and
child. Address P. K., Tribune olllee.
of Prlceburg; Walla Wuhs, of Providence;
Nonpareils, of Dunmore; Violets, of tho
South Sldo; Old Forgo Dodgers, West Hide
Harmonies, Pine Brook Crescents, Green
Bidge Actives; Taylor Grays, West Sldo
Athletics and the Provldenco Stars. Re
turn games will positively bo given, The
Ltllles are composed of the following
players: Burke, c; Lufty, p.; Burke, lb.;
McDowell, 2b.; Beady, 3b.; Dean, If.; Mc
Hale, cf,; Munley, rf.; MeAndrew, ss. An
swer through The Tribune. P. F. Mun
ATE PILLS FOR CANDV.
A Ijltllo Girl Itcmlcrcd Unconscious
Through Her Mistake.
Asbury Park, Juno 4. Helen, the In
fant daughter of A. W. bparks, of the
Alh'ambra hotel, while playing In n.
vacant guest room thl.smorning found
a, vial containing a number of pllla
In a bureau drawer.
''.be pills contained morphine and
belladonna, and tho child supposing
them to be candy pellets, ate sonic.
Plie ,oon became unconscious and her
parentB hurried her to a phyalclan'rt
olllee where restoratives were admin
istered. Three doctors worked with
the child for three hours before sho re
gained consciousness nnd was pro
nounced out of dansrer.
Wllkcs-Unrro's Public Building.
"Washington, Juno 4, In the senate
today the bill was passed appropriat
ing $225,000 for a- public building at
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
One iteont ono day sold llfty
DicycieH. weekly pales pay nig proms, we
tnnko 11 hlgh-grado bicycle as low ns S'i2.no.
Write quick; otcluMvotorritory. ALPINE
CYCLE CO., Cincinnati, Ohio.
YV E WON'T WANT HOYS OH LOAFERS,
Vt but men of ability; ?3UO to ?SOO a
month to hustlers; state nnd general agents;
salary and commission. ItACINE FIIIE
ENGINE CO., ltuclne, Wis.
WANTED - COUNTY CANVASSING
ugents for the best selling nnd most
satisfactory article nxents over handled. M.
ILTYLEU i CO., Portland, Me,
WANTEDSOLICITORS; NO DEMVER
lng, no collecting; position permanent;
pay weekly; stato age. GLEN HUOTHEItS,
Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED-GENEIIAL AGENTS IN EV
ery county; iiIro lady canvassers; some
thing new; sure seller; apply quick. J. O.
HILHERT, 1 11 Adams avenue, Scianton.Pa.
AGENTS WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO
do about Safe Citizenship price 1. Go-
Ins bv thousands.
AGENTS-TO SELL OUR PRACTICAL
gold, silver, nickel nnd copper electro
plasters; prices from $a upward: snlary nnd
exponses paid; outfit free. Address, with
fctamp, MICHIGAN MFU CO., Chicago.
GENTS TO SELL CIGARS TO DEAL-
crs; S2B weekly nnd expenses; experi
ence unnecessary. CONSOLIDATED Mt'U
CO., -18 Van Huren St., Chicago.
CHIROPODIST AND MANICURE.
CORNS, HUNIONS AND INGROWING
nnlls cured without tho least pain or
drnwlng blood. Consultation and ndvlco
given lrce. H. M. JIETZEL, Chiropodist,,
uao Lackawanna avenue. Indies attended
at their resldcuco if desired. Charges moder
ate. CITY SCAVENGER.
C1HAS. COOPER, CITY SCAVENGER.
' All orders promptly attended to, day or
night. All the latent appliances. Charges
reasonable. 711) Scriiulon sircet. House,
1125 Washburn street.
AB.RRIGGS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
. and cess pools; nn odor. Improved
pumps used. A. HRIGGS, Proprietor,
Leave orders 1100 N. Maln.nve., or Elckes'
drug store, corner Adams and Mulberry.
Telephone 110 10.
San. a i.uct.v Minino ANnMir.i.tNoCo., I
TiiAucits National Hank llim.m.s-r;. f
Scranton, Pa.. May 27, 1807. J
qWK1? NOTICE-THAT THERE WILL BE
X ai.'peclal meeting oftlio stockholders of
this company held nt this olllee, In Scranton,
Pa., on Tuesday, the t only-ninth ibiy of
June, 1807, nt two o'clock p. m., for tho pur
pose or authorizing the Hoard of Trustees of
said company to glvo an option for tho sale
ofthe pioperty ot this properly of this com.
nanv. situato at Simlu Lucia, Honduras,
Central America, for n sum not less than
fifty thousand (S.-iO,0OO) dollars.
It Is desired that every stockholder be pres.
entnt this meeting If possible, but If fornny
reason you cannot be present In person, bo
good enough to sign the enclosod "Proxy,"
and mall the sinio nt once in the enclosod
cnvclopoto Edwnrk IC. Hull, Scranton: Pa.
By order of tho President.
T. J. FOSTER, Secretary.
SI'l UATIONS WANTED.
WANTED A JOB AT ASSISTANT
bookeeplng or will work In grocery
store; with experience. Address C. F., U2U
A STEADY MAN, WILLING TO .MAKE
himself generally useful, wishes a posi
tion, and In rotum would give his services as
cornetlst lu church work on the Sabbath.
WANTED-POSITION AS HOUSEKEEP
cr by American Protestant widow; no
family. Address M. D., Plttston pohtolllce.
SITUATION WANTED-llV A HOY IB
years of age, to work In a rcstnurant as
waller, or nnv honorable work. Address II.
V. M., .1002 Jackson street, city.
SITUATION WANTED-HY A YOUNO
married man, sober and has good habits,
ns driving or any other honorable work. Age
20 years. Address ARLtE LITTS, Tribune
A YOUNO MAN WITH BUSINESS EX-
ner nnco and a sma 1 amount 01 caniiai
Is looking for a situation or business opening.
Address J. H, I'., this olllee.
SITUATION TO DO
lronlnx at home or
clcautng otlice or stores,
o out by the day
can or auuress a.
H., 037 North Sunnier avenue.
YOUNG LADY DESIRES POSITION AH
bookkeeper, clerk, or office assistant.
Can furnish good reference If desired. Ad
dress, BLANCHE. General Delivery, City.
8LAV0NI0T'0UN0"IAN WANT8A Po
sition In store or some other business.
Understands English and several other lan
guages. Address, J. SPOR1NSKY, Scranton
Business College, Scranton, Pa.
SITUATION WANTED-HY GIRL TO DO
general housework. Address 114 Elm
street, Scranton, Pa.
ATANTED-HY a POLISH GIRL, WHO
Y also speaks German, a position for
general housework: good Ironer nnd washer.
Address I'RANCISCA WACHOSKI, 130
W" ANTED-iYA RESPECTABLE WO
man, threo or four days' work a week
nt washing or housework, Address E. M. D.,
110 Hickory street.
O man or to atteud boilers.
, 540 Hickory street.
SOBER, INDUSTRIOUS MARRIED MAN
wants Job driving team or working on
farm; thoroughly understands care (If horses
nnd stock. Address llox 45, Nicholson, 1'a.
WANTED-WABHING AND IRONINQ
by the day or houso cleaning; can give
tho best of references. Address I- C., 218
SITUATION WANTED YOUNO MAN OF
C5 New York, age 22, wishes situation in
office or as clerk In store; has best of refer
ences ut to character and aUUlly as salesman.
W J. Scranton Tribune.