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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-TUESDAY MORNING. JUNE 8, 1807.
WILL NOT ASSIST
Governor Hastings Refuses to Name
Subjects for Taxation.
AN ACTION WITHOUT PRF.CEDHNT
Governor Has Novcr Dcforo Keen
United Upon to Tnlio l'nrt In Logis-lutlon--Ilo
Would Gladly Approve
Hills Cutting Down Salaries or
Hnrrlsburg, Pa-. June 7. Governor
Hastings ient to the senato without
his approval the concurrent resolution
requesting him to state what new sub
jects pf taxation he has to recom
mend to the general assembly to In
crease the revenues. Tha executive
reminds the legislature that if In Its
duty It deems It necessary to pass addi
tional revenue laws there Is no duty
resting upon him to name the subjects
for taxation. As It is tho fundamental
law of the commonwealth that all bills
for raising revenue shall originate In
the house of representatives, It ivould
be -contrary not- only to tho letter,
but also to the spirit of tho consti
tution that all bills should originate
with the executive. Governor Hast
1 um not a'vnro that at any time In tho
ast tho executive has boon called upon by
tho general assembly to take part In legis
lation, and the resolution under consider
ation has therefore, neither pYcccdent nor
authority of law upon which to stand.
Your honorable bodies were furnished
by mo mora than live months ago with
a detailed estlmato of the prob.iblo rev
enues during tho next two Mscal years and
vreri. advised at tho same time that ap
pioprlattons would not be approved In ex
cess of tho estimates so made unless ad
ditional revenues were provided. During
the period that you have been In session
but one revenue measure has reached rn,e,
commonly known as "The direct inh"rl
tanco tax bill." The amount that will
probably bo realized from this measure
will be $1,000,000 per annum.
HDLIETES IN RETRENCHMnNT.
At this time, when nlmo3t all Indus
tries are suffering, when trade Is stag
nant and when willing labor can find no
employment, economy In tho expenditure
of public moneys; should control the gen
eral assembly, in its appropriations and
will certainly control the executive in tho
consideration of alt measures. 1 have
steadily withheld my approval from vari
ous bills, increasing the salaries ot public
officials, but I would gladly approve any
bill that might bo lawfully passed, de
creasing reasonably axlbtlng salaries
from the highest to tho lowest.
When tho Individual citizen finds it nec
essary to exercise the most rigid economy
in order to support himself and his family
it is certainly a strong admonition to you
and to the executive to see to It that his
burdens should not be Increased, but so
far a possible sbould he lessened. Rep
resenting as you do all portions of the
state, being familiar with Its public Insti
tutions, your committees having visited
them for the purpose of ascertaining their
needs, your honorable bodies will best
understand how judicious reductions may
be mado without working serious Injury
to any. Whereas, if necessity compels
tho withholding of executive approval
from appropriations In order to keep the
treasury solvent, much harm maybe dono
to Worthy institutions by withholding all
where half would grealy help.
'pur public schools must lie sustained,
our penal Institutions provided for and
1he unfortunate in mind and body whom
wo ha ti always with I s, must receive
our sheltering care. There Is money or
all the&o If wisely administered. There
are two ways for states as well as Indi
viduals to successfully mett such exigen
cies as the present conditions Impose. The
first is to Increase the. income to meet
existing outlay. This Is practically Im
possible for state or. individual at this
time. The other is to reduco expenditures
so as to live within this Income. This is
good housekeeping. Instead ot searching
through rtfo crippled business Interests
of the state for new subjects to tax, or
calling upon nie to point them out, -it wl'.l
bo much easier and more In tho line of
duty, as public servants, to exeit our en
ergies In fllnding where the burden of tax
ation may In some measure bo lifted from
tho shoulders of our people.
Prices Almost Cut in Two.
$6.98, $8.97, $9.98.
Thus fur this season, has boeu one of backward
ness. Tho cool weather lias affected tho Clothing
trade all over tho country, and Summer Suits that
should havo long siuco found their way to wearers,
are still on the couuters. However, we can't com
plain, for we havo suffered lc3s than many others.
But wo have too much stock and thore is too
little timo left to risk soiling at a profit.
This is tho result: Wo
havo taken some eight or nine
hundred Sulta tho very
cream of tho stock tho new
est, nobbiest patterns, and cut
off every cant of profit, and
now hand thorn to you at tho
same prices tho manufactur
ers charged us.
You will find them on tho
two front tables, divided into
three lots at those low prices:
S0.98, S8.07, S9.9S.
A Glance at tho window
facing Lackawanna avonuo
will" bring before you more
forcibly tho magnitudo of tho values that wo are
Thoro is no other time no other placo liko
now atSamters, to buy high cost, ready-to-wear
Clothing, at a moro Bhadow of tho customary cost.
CLOTHIERS, HATTERS, FURNISHERS,
Kxlftlng condition nhou,ld admonish
us to exercise the strictest economy lnJl
matters and In every direction. Tho enor
mous expense incurred by investigating
committees, some of them perhaps of
doubtful necessity and the liberality .with
which tho public funds havo been hereto
fore used In contested election cases
have very properly arrested public at
tention and I earnestly urgo upon your
honorable! bodies tho curtailment of ex
penses of this character.
Your prompt action vpon and speedy
disposition of tho work icmalnlng befora
you make an early adjournment possible,
will, I am confident, meet with tho ap
proval of tho pcoplo of the common
wealth. The governor also states In his mes
sage that according to the estimate ol
the fiscal officers of N the state there
will be a deficiency of about S3.i:20,G9M8
on Nov. 30, 1897. If tho revenues de
pended upon to bo paid Into the treas
ury during the last six months of the
revenue year, which ends Nov. HO.could
all be collected In the first six month's
this deficiency would be somewhat re
duced, but to what extent he Is un
able to say because the fiscal officers
have mode extraordinary efforts to col
lect everything possible In the ilrst sis
mouths, Tho fiscal oillcers havo fur
nished the governor -with tho follow
ing summary, which shows the actual
financial condition of tho stute nt the
close ot business on May 16, 1597:
Estimated total receipts for fis
cal year to Nov. 30, 1897 $9,713,829 00
Unhincu In bank May 20, 1897... -l,tCS,70i 87
Payments mado from Nov. 30,
189G, to May 26, 1S97 6.M1.OU0 l5
Balance 7,31U,5S7 hi
Payments duo on account of
quarter ended May 31, 1897 ... 1,000,000 00
Payments duo on account of
six months to Nov. 30, 1S97 .. 9,937,182 00
Totni $10,937,18.2 00
Dellclt $J,0'-'0,59 18
ELOPERS WALK FORTV MILES.
Cnught by n Constable Disguised ns n
Wllllamsport, June 7. An elopement
on foot Is a novelty in these days of
rapid transit, yet this was the method
taken by Pearl Thomas nnd Millie
Johnson, of Morris, Tioga county, who
after walking forty miles, were arrest
ed by a constable dlsgulshed ns a trout
The runaway pair was caught at
Itlekott's, Wyoming county, and passed
through here today on their way back
home. Thomas and the girl, who Is
but 15 years old, eloped from Morris
last Sunday, and taking a mountain
road where there are no telegraph lines
walked to Montoursvllle, four miles
east of here, a distance of forty miles.
There they boarded a train and went
to Blckett's, where they were found
yesterday by Constable Mecum, of
Morris, while at dinner at a hotel.
Trustees or the University of Penn
sylvania Establish Fellowships.
Philadelphia, June 7. At a meeting
of the trustees of the University of
Pennsylvania today important general
business Incident to the closing of the
acaJemlc year was transacted.
At the recommendation of Provost
Harrison five additional fellowships
were established upon the George Lelb
Harrison foundation. These fellow
ships are undetermined as tp subjects,
allowing therefore tho appointment of
an additional fellow or fellows to sub
jects alicady designated.
Under the Harrison foundation thero
are now 25 fellowships, 19 having each
a net value of $500 and five senior fel
lowships of the value of $S00 each.
JHisslonnry illcthcry Dead.
Pittsburg, Pa., June 7. Word was re
ceived here today that Itev. Dr. Meth
ery, senior missionary of the Reformed
Presbyterian church, died at Mensine,
Syria, June 4. The deceased was well
known throughout the country.
Zicbcr Dies of Scll-Inflictcd Wounds.
Philadelphia, June 7. Eugener Zleb
er, manager of the stationery and en
graving department of Bailey, Banks
& Diddle, who cut his throat with a
razor jesterday, died at 3 o'clock this
morning at the Jefferson hospital.
THAT HE SPOKE
Now Wants to Recall Ills Adjournment
TIIOUQMT TO MAKE TUB HOUSE WORK
Hut Now Tlint tho Lower Iirnnch It
Iilablo to Concur, IIo Wishes to
Mnko Dillorcnt Arrnugomciits--Un-bcrnntorlnl
firmed. Harrlsburg, Pa June 7. In the sen
nte this evening Air. "Merfdlth Intro
duced a concurrent resolution provid
ing for the adjournment of the legisla
ture sine die nt noon on July 1. The
resolution was agreed to.
Later In tho evening Mr. Merldlth
moved that tho resolution be recalled
from the house. In making this mo
tion, Mr. Merldlth said that he hnd In
troduced the resolution In tho hope that
It would make the legislature work
harder; that he had no Idea of the reso
lution being concurred in by the house,
that he hnd Just learned that the low
er chamber might 'concur. In his opin
ion It would bo Impossible to finish
business by that time.
Mr. Grady opposed the motion. He
said that in his opinion the legislature
could finish Its work by July 1. The
motion to recall the resolution was
lost by a vote of 21 to 11, those voting
In the negative being Messrs. Andrews,
Brown, of Philadelphia; Coyle, Eby,
Heller, Hcrtzler, Meredith, Mitchell, ot
Jefferson; Osbourne, Snyder and Mc
Carrell. The senate then adjourned until to
The report of the committee appoint
ed to Inquire' Into the condition of the
miners In the bituminous coal regions
was read and adopted and a concur
rent resolution was agreed to, provid
ing for the printing of six thousand
copies of the report.
The Delaware dam bill, which ap
peared on the calendar of bills on sec
ond reading went over In its order, as
did the bill regulating the employment
of unnaturalized male foreigners.
The governor Informed the senate
that he had approved the bill requiring
the retention by employers of nllcns,
sums sufficient to pay the taxes re
spectively assessed against such alien
employe. The governor also notified
the senate that he had vetoed the
bird and game law, applying to Brad
ford county, on the ground that It
was special legislation. The governor's
veto of the Grndy resolution was also
read. No action was taken on either
of these vetoes.
These gubernatorial appointments
were confirmed by the senate: Horace
Brock and J. L. Lelnberger, of Leb
anon, and John A. M. Passmore, of
Philadelphia, to be trustees of the state
asylum for the chronic Insane, at
AVernersvllle; James C. Diddle, of
Philadelphia, to be Inspector of the
Eastern penitentiary; George Lewis, of
Franklin, nnd C. C. Sherk, of Erie, to
be trustees of the State hospital for
the Insane at Warren; Lulssl De Ber
nardino and J. William Morgan, of
Philadelphia; L P. Luckenback, of
Mauch Chunk, and Thomas J. Shaak,
of Lebanon, to be notaries public.
The legislature will get away July 1,
unless there Is a change In the temper
ot the members. A concurrent resolu
tion nxlng that date for final adjourn
ment was Introduced in the senate to
night by Mr. Meredith, of Armstrong,
and was promptly adopted. Mr.
Meredith subsequently moved to re
consider this action, but the sen
ate refused. When the resolution
reached the house it wns promptly
concurred In. This Is the only concur
rent resolution that does not go to
tho governor tor nppmval.
1'nlrvs the session Is- extended be
yond the time fixed many Important
bills will have to bo dropped.
None of the appropriation bills have
been reported a.id experienced legis
lators say It Is absolutely Impossible
to bring them out In time for final
consideration before July 1. Either
body may pass a ifbolutlon extending
the session but neither wants to ns
sume the responsibility of prolonging
the session and everybody Is at sea
tonight as to the outcome of the action
of the two houses.
Nearly an hour was spent tonight In
reading the report of the committee
to Investigate the condition of the min
ers In the Pittsburg, Clearfield and
A motion was offered by Mr, Kerke
slager, of Philadelphia, and adopted
that BOO copies of the report be printed,
and that It be referred to the commlt
teo on mines and mining. After pass
ing senate bill reorganizing the bureau
of building inspector In Philadelphia,
tho house adjourned until 10 o'clock
tomorrow morning, Tho bill Is made
up of fifty-three sections and almost
an hour was consumed In reading It.
The governor's message on the Grady
tesolution was not read In tho house.
FOR STATE SUPPLIES.
Names of Successful Bidders of the
.lloro Important Items,
Harrlsburg, June 7. Contracts for
stato supplies for the current fiscal
year were awarded tonight by the
board of public buildings and grounds.
The Eucccessful bidders of tho moro
Important items follows;
Stationery W. M. Donaldson, Har
rlsburg; Detre & Blackburn. Philadel
phia; John Wanamnker, Philadelphia;
Roberts A. Meek, Harrlsburg; AVyck
off, Seamans & Benedict, Philadel
phia; Theodore P. Shaffer, Harrls
burg; Gporge Lewis, Harrlsburg.
Books John iWannmaker and Honry
T. Coates & CO., Philadelphia,
Carpets, etc. Glmbel Brothers, John
Wannmaker, George MUnor, Harrls
burg. General supplies deorgo Mllnor,
Harrlsburg; John Wnnamaker, Phila
delphia; Harnl&h & Leaman, Lancas
ter; K. Z. Gross, Henry Gilbert & Son,
Holmrs & McCubbln, J. D. Brenne
man and D. L. Jauss i: Co,, Harris
burg. GOLD IN YORK COUNTY.
Vcllow Metal, with Silvcrund Copper,
Said to Ito in Paving Quantities.
Mechanicsburg, June 7. Interest in
the recently discovered gold deposits
near Lewisburg, York county, Is on the
Increase. 'Since early spring, an exper
ienced miner, named Josephs, has been
prospecting among the hills in that
vicinity, and he claims to have dis
covered gold In paying quantities. Per
sons interested in the claim are now
forming a stock company. Machinery
will bo purchased and a force of men
employed to prospect for the precious
Mr, Josephs further claims that rich
deposits of silver and a high grade of
copper have been discovered.
BASE BALL CONTEST.
ONE VOTE FOR
B. 11. Club
Voter's Name y
(J UN 12 H.)
N. II. This coupon will not bo ac
cepted when more than 5 days old.
Tho club receiving tho greatest
number of votes will be awarded
ten complete uniforms, comprising
fine shift, pants, cap, belt una
stockings, made to order by C. M.
Florey, the sporting goods dealer of
22J Wyoming avenue. They will bo
ot tho best style and equal to tho
uniforms of any Eastern lcaguo
This vote will be 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 Saturday, Juno 28. Send
ballots to Sporting Editor, The Trib
une The time Is short. Better be
QREAT CHORAL COMPETITION.
Wns Decided in tho Historic Town of
Ilccou, South Wales.
At the historic town of Brecon, In
South Wales, one of the greatest choral
competitors of the decade came oft re
cently. Some of the most famous choirs
of Gwalla participated' In tho contest.
Tho names of the noted choirs are In
cluded In the adjudication of Joseph
Bennett, of the Royal Academy of
Music, London. The Bullth chqlr,
which was at the Llandudno national
eisteddfod last year, won In thl3 con
test, which now places the famous
choir at the head of the choirs now in
active practice In Old Gwalla.
The Newport choir at a recent con
test defeated Merthyr, which was hith
erto looked upon as tho most Invulner
able, and Bullth, In two successive con
tests closely following each other, de
feated both Merthyr and Newport,
which, by the way, with the exception
of Cardiff, are the two largest cities
in Wales, while Bullth is only a very
small rural village In Breconshlre.
The adjudication which will, no
doubt, be of great Interest to tho Bry
thonlan of our city and vicinity. The
choirs sang In the following order: (1)
Trecastle United choir (conductor, Mr.
Devlcs); (2) Newport (Mon.) Temper
ance Choral society (conductor, Mr. G.
H. Edmonds); (3) Bullth Choral society
(conductor, Mr. A. P. Morgan); (4)
Morrlston Glee party (conductor, Mr.
Penfro Rowlands); (5) Brecon Philhar
monic society (conductor, Mr. R. T.
Joseph Bennett, who delivered the ad
judication, said his colleagues and he
were In perfect accord In stating that
tho singing had been far above that
ordinarily heard. Dealing minutely
with the contest, he said Trecastle
choir had exhibited defects In both
pieces, their Intonation being faulty In
places, and now nnd again there was
a hesitancy about their reading. It had
been agreed to fix the maximum at 20
marks In each piece, and Trecastle had
been given 14 In each. Morrlston's ren
dering of the first piece was very fine
indeed, though a little light and shade
would have Improved It,
Eighteen marks were awarded them
for the first piece, but they lost all
chance of success by losing tune In the
second, so that they only secured 12
marks for that. So magnificently did
Brecon sing their first piece that It was
decided to give them the full marks.
He had heard tho best choirs in this
country, In Germany, France and Italy,
and was surprised to find that from
such a small town a choir could be
drawn; and he said emphatically that
It was as good as, if not better than,
any he had heard. Brecon, however,
failed somewhat with the difficult
piece of Bach's, there being a little rag
gedness, and in one place a faulty at
tack. Of Newport's singing, his notes
said, "Fine voices and admirable qual
ity, and well-balanced power on the
The difficult religious piece was the
triumph of this choir, their reading be
ing excellent, and It was music which
demanded very great perceptive qual
ities and no less executive skill. They
had gained 19 marks In the first and 17
in the second piece. The Bullth choir
made a poor attack in returning to the
first subject in the first piece. That
was their only blot In the performance,
and If that pretty part-song by their
townsman were an easy effort, he
would say that It promised that Hadley
Watklns would reflect Infinite credit
upon Brecon. The second piece as sung
by Bullth was a splendid performance,
one which he should certainly remem
ber, whether the rest of the auditors
did or not.' They had Interpreted the
music of Sebastian Bach who had left
his work unmarked, leaving interpreta
tion to his performers as he and his
fellow-adjudicator would havo read It,
and, aB he believed, the great Bach
himself would havo had it performed.
Bullth had been allotted 39 marks out
of the total of 40, und had gained the
full award for their second piece. This
decision was received with cheers. The
order of merit is Bullth, 39 marks;
Newport, 30; Brecon, 35; Morrlston, 30;
TROTTING MARE KILLED.
Tho Tntit Traveler, I.lllic Dnlc, Stab
bed by mi Unknown Knemy.
West Chester, June 7. Llllle Dale,
the fast trotting mare belonging to
Clifford Hemphill, was put to death by
a veterinarian here today.
The mare, while out In pasture last
night, was horribly hacked with a
knife In the hands of some person un
known, and her Injuries were of such
a character bb to mako her recovery
Carlisle, tlun,e 7, The commence
ment of the law school of Dickinson
college took place today In Bosler hall.
President Reed occupied the chair. The
baccalaureate address was delivered
by Chief Justice Charles R. Lore, of
Delaware, Diplomas were presented to
twenty-eight graduates. Degree of
LL. D. was conferred on Justice Henry
Williams, of the Supreme court of
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 1-2C.
At 5c a Yard
BASE BALL UNIFORM CONTEST.
The West Side Browns yesterday
ifiD.ntalned their lead, but are not by
nny means n safe distance ahead of the
Sliders who continue to procure votes
at a rate that keeps the others anx
ious. The Lackawannas, in third
place, are not by any means hopeless
of procuring the coveted prize.
While the West Side Harmonies In
fourth position have a big lead over the
clubs following, nil of the latter have
a chance to bag any one of the three
prizes. The votes are nil that Is nec
essary. At 9 o'clock last night the vote
West Side Browns 22,823
West Side Harmonies 13,516
High School 2,260
South Side Club 2,020
Pine Brook Crescents 552
Taylor Grays 420
North End Stars 375
Jolly Nine i 354
Old Forge Dodgers 97
South Side Grays 55
Green Ridge Actives 54
South Side Violets 40
Laurels , 15
AMATEUR BASE BALL.
.Iloosle Populnrs Win from Browns
The Populars, of Mooslc, defeated
the Browns, of Olyphant, nt the lat
ter place yesterday. McDermott pitched
a good game for the locals, but his
support was poor. Kelly, for the visit
ors, also did well. Garbett's throwing
to second base was not of the best.
He made four wild throws. In the sev
enth Inning Cleary sent a low llnrr
over left Held fence. Following is the
A.B. R. H. O. A. E.
Clear)', ss., 3b 3 2 2 4 2 0
Meehan, cf 4 0 0 3 2 1
Connors, 2b 4 0 0 4 10
Burke. If 4 0 0 0 0 0
MeAntlrew, 3b., ss. . 4 0 2 2 0 3
Sheridan, lb 4 0 19 0 0
Garbett, c 3 0 14 14
McDermott, p 2 1 0 0 5 0
Gillespie, rf 3 0 0 10 0
Totals 31 3 6 27 11 8
A.B. R. H. O. A. E.
Campbell, rf. 5 10 0 0 0
Earley, cf 4 112 10
Dougherty, c 3 2 0 10 2 0
McDonnell, If 5 13 2 0 0
Mullen, 2b 4 113 4 0
Lynott, 2b 4 12 0 13
Mulligan, ss 4 0 0 1 1
Morahnn, lb 3 0 0 9 11
Kelly, p 3 110 10
Totals 35 8 8 27 13 5
Struck out By McDermott, 5; by Kelly,
8. Base on balls Oft McDermott, 3; oft
Kelly, C. Hit by pitcher Dougherty,
Morahan, Kelly, Meehan, Stolen bases
Early. Morahan. Dougherty, Mullen, Kel
ly, Cleary, Meehan. Pussed balls Uar
bett, 2. Two-base hits McDonnell (2), Mc
Androw. Horai run Cleary. Double plays
Connors to Cleary; Meehan to Connors;
Cleary to Sheridan; Mullen to MUllgan;
Early to Dougherty. Umpires Manners
AMATEUR BALL NOTES.
The Sliders will play the Trilby's to
day on Slider's ground at 4 o'clock. E.
A. Tropp, captain.
The Olyphant Browns will play the
St. Thomas college team at Olyphant
on Wednesday afternoon.
The Lackawannas and St. Thomas
college team will play Saturday after
noon, June 12, at Athletic park.
The Sunflowers, of the Flats, defeat
ed the Maple 'Street Stars by a 6 to 3
score on the cow hill grounds.
Morris played a good game In his first
appearance at third base for the Lack
awannas. He will bear watching.
The Sunflowers, of the Flats, defeat
ed the Wyoming Avenue Stars by a
score of 17 to 16 on the cow hill grounds.
The Harmonies accept the challenge
of the Mlnooka club to play June 13 on
Mlnooka grounds. T. Loftus, captain.
The Lilies, of Archbald, will play the
Crescents, of Pine Brook, on the for
mer's grounds this afternoon at 4
The Sliders will hold a meeting to
night at 8 o'clock sharp. All players
are requested to bo present. E. A.
The Eighth Street Stars accept the
challenge of the Crystal Stars for June
13 at 1.30 o'clock. Will meet on the
Linden street bridge.
The Defenders of Dunmore will play
Ned. O'Halra'e team on the No. 5
grounds Sunday morning, June 13, at
1 o'clock sharp. E. Johnson, manag
er; W, Dooley, captain.
The Nonpareils of Prlceburg chal
lence tho following clubs to play a
game of ball on the latter's grounds
on June 13: South Side club, Eurekas,
or Lackawannas. Answer It possible
In Wednesday's Tribune. T. Hall,
Tha Prlceburg 'Nonpareils defeated
the Nonpareils of Dunmore In a very
Interestlpg game of ball on the Prlce
burg grounds by the score of 11 to 9.
Nonpareils ...110001044-11 4 6
Dun. Nonp. . .003050001 9 6 6
Batteries Moses, hall nnd Garbett;
Thornton and Paton. Umpire Grif
fiths. Ned O'Hara'e Indians, of Dunmore
"I was simply deluged
witli them," was the re
ply of a wall-kuown bus
iness man, when asked
how many replies he re
ceived from a Tribune
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you'll say the same thing.
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for their Slfioo prize offer and list or 1,000
WANTED-AB AGENT IN EVERY 8EC
VV tlon to canvas; 54.UO to $5.00 n day
made; sells at sight; also n mun to sell Htnple
Goods to dealers; best sldo line $76 a 'month;
salnry or lRrgo commission made; experience
unnecessary. Clifton Honp and Manufactur
ng Company, Cincinnati, O.
7 ANTED - WELL-KNOWN SIAN IN
ii cery town to solicit stock subscrip
tions; a monopoly; big money for agents; no
capital required. EDWARD C. Flail & CO.,
Borden Block; Chicago, HI.
Adv5. UnfterThls Head One Cent a Word.
ADlS-I MAKE BIG WAGES DOING
pleasant home work, and will gladly send
full particulars to nil sending 2 cent Btninp.
MISS M. A. UTEBBINS, Lawrence, .Mich.
WANTED-LADY AGENTS IN SCRAN
ton to sell and Introduce Snyder's cake
Icing; experienced canvasser preferred: work
permanent and very profitable. Write for
particulars at onco nnd get benefit of holiday
trade. T. 11. SNYDER A CO., Cincinnati, O.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY TWO KNER
gctlc saleswomen to represent us.
Guaranteed SO a day without interfering
with other duties. Healthful occupation.
Write for particulars, enclosing stamp,
MANGO CHEMICAL COMl'ANYT No, 72
John street, Now York.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
1 AHOUSES IN CENTRAL CITY." ALSO "ii
1J room house on Electric uvenue with
modern conveniences for 816. CAPWELiLA
BROWNING, room 812 Mears Building
GROOMS FOR RENT-HATH, RANGE,
gas, furnace. Webster and Mulberry
over drug store.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
I?OR SALE-LAUNDRY DOING A GOOD
1 business. Apply to G. W. HESSLER,
corner Linden and Adams avenue.
l?OR SALE-HANDSOME FOLDING BED
JL1 lnlmttntlonof chlltonler; new. Can be
seen at 1231 Short avenue, Bcrantou.
I70R SALE CHEAP A FEW CHOICE
1 lots at Lake Wlnola. Address D. M.
HESSLER. Pnterson, N. J.
I7OR SALE-A FIND YOUNG SPAN OF
' dark chestnut horses. For description
Inquire nt Everett's stable, Dlx Court, Scran
ton. FOR SALE-FINE TRAP CHEAP. 1611
OR SALE-A SILVER-PLATED CONN
j. uuuuie urn euiuiuuiuiu, uicviy ungruvvu,
with trombone bell, gold lined; nearly now
and cost $00; will sell ut a bnrgaln. Address
this week tu K. W. G.VYLOH, LaRaysvllle,
challenge the Cherry Pickers of l'lne
bronk to a frame of hall on , No, S
grounds, Dunmore, on June 13, at 2.30
o'clock. Answer In The Tribune as
soon as possible. We will not play
for money. Edward 0'Hara, captain,
James O'Hara, manager.
The Busy Bees of tho South' Side de
feated the Birch street Stnrs by a score
of 10 to 8. Batteries V. Naps nnd C.
Nape; C. Bcheuer and J. Kennedy.
Tho Modocks ot tho South Side
would like to hear from the West
Side Stars for a gamo June 13, on their
own ground. Flease let us know what
car wo shall met. Please answer as
soon us possible. A. Mlrtz, manager;
J. J. Fruehan, captain.
The undefeated and once tried Edl
Eons challenge any club under 15
years to a game of ball Wednesday at
4 p. ni. Tho No, 36 school or Young
Unions preferred. Answer In The Tri
bune. John Thomas, captain.
The Llllles, of Archbald, challenge
the Walla Wahs, of (Providence, to a
gamo of ball on Providence grounds
June 13. Answerjas goon as posslbls.
P. F. Munley, mahager.
The Violets, ot tW South Side, chal
lenge the Walla Wkhs, of Providence,
to a game Sunday, June 13, 2.30 p, in, on
Providence grounds Mike Troy, cap
tain; Peter Itosar, manager.
Advi. Under Tills Mead One Cent a Word.
WANTED-SOLICITOR8; NO DELIVER,
lug, no collecting; position porinnneut;
pnyweokiy: state nge. GLEN BROTHERS,
Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED-QENERAL AOENTS IN EV
ery county; alo lady canvassers; some
thlns new; sure seller; apply quick. J. O.
HILIiERT, 141 Adams avenue, Hciunton,Pa.
UKNT8-VHATAHEYOU GOINCJ TO
do about Safe Citizenship price 91. Go
ing by thousands. Addruts NICHOLS,
AOENTS-TO HELL OUR PRACTICAL
gold, silver, nlckol and copper electro
piasters; prices from 3 upward: salary and
expemes paid; outfit free. Address, with
stamp, MICHIGAN MFU CO., Chicago.
AUENTB-TO BELL CIGARS TO DEAL
era; $25 weakly and expensm; experi
ence unnecessary. CONSOLIDATED MFG
CO., 48 Van llureu St., Chicago.
WYOMING HOUSE FOR SALE.
OEALKD PROPOSALS WILL BE RE
O celved for the purchase of tho Wyoming
Home, to be removed from the premises by
the purchaser, until Monday, the 11 th day
of June. 1807, at 10a. m.
All plumbing, steam pipes, rnldlators, gas ,
(Ixturei, boilers, engine, pumps and eleva
tors not included In the sate. Terms: cash.
Address bids to Executors of Estate of Jobu
Hnadloy, Mean Building, Scranton I'd.
Advs. Under This Head On Cent a Word.
ALUABLE ""PROPERTY "FOR sTlK
North Main avc.. First ward. Bristol
house brick store,; 3 stories, No, 1007.
Block 3 stores, Nos. 1013, 1016 und 11)17
nt Anderson's Real Estate Agency and News
FOR BALE DESIRABLE LOT, WITH
house on rear, (1B N. Washington ave. ,
nue; owner leaving city. 001 Qulncy ave, '
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
BOARD WANTED IN FIRST-CLASS,
private family, for young couple and
child. Address V. 8., Tribune office.
CHIROPODIST AND MANICURE.
CORNS, BUNIONS AND INGROWING
nulls cured without tha least pain or
drawing blood. Consultation and udvire
given Free. E. M. METZEL, Chiropodist,
330 Lackawanna avenue. Ladles attended
at their residence If desired. Charges moder
ate. CITY SCAVENGER.
CHAS. COOPER, CITY SCAVENGER.
All orders promptly nttended to, day or
night. All the latent appliances. Charges
reasonable. 710 Scranton street House,
1126 Washburn street.
Aiumiaas cleans privy vaults
. nnd cess iools; no odor. Improved
pumps used. A. BRIGGS, Proprlotor.
lnig store, corner Adams' und Mulberry.
SIT U ATIONS WANTED.
A STEADY MAN, WILLING TO MAKE
himself generally useful, wishes a posi
tion, and In return would give tils services as
cornctlst In church work on the Sabbath.
Address MEZZO, Tribune onlce.
WANTED A JOB AT ASSISTANT
bookeeplng or will work in grocery
store; with experience. Address U. F., 020
-IXfANTED-rOSITION AS HOUHEKEEP
V er by American Protestant widow; no
family. Address M. !., PIttston postoftlce.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A BOY 18
years of oge, to work In a restaurant as
waiter, or nnv honorable work. Address II.
V. M 1002 Jackson street, city.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
married man, sober and has good habits,
ns driving or any other honorable work. Aga
20 years. Address ARLIE LITTS, Tribuna
AYOUNO .MAN WITH BUSINESS EX
perlence und n small amount of capital
Is looking for n situation or business opening.
Address J. II. r., this office.
SITUATION TO DO WASHING AND
Ironing nt home or go out by the day
cleaning otllcei or stores. Call or address A.
B., 337 North Sumner n venue.
YOUNG LADY DESIRES POSITION AS
bookkeeper, clerk, or office assistant.
Can furnish good leference If defclred. Ad
dress, BLANCHE, Generul Delivery, City.
A SLAVONIC YOUNG MAN WANTS A Po
sition In store or some other business.
Understands English and several other lan
guages. Address, J. SPORINSKY, Sirnnton
Business College, Scranton, l'n.
SITUATION WANTED-BY GIRL TO DO
O general housework. Address ill Elm
street, Scrunton, Pa.
IXrANTED-BY A POLISH GIRL, WHO
W also speaks German, a position for
general housework: good Ironer und wushor.
Address FRANC1HCA WACHOSKI, 130
WANTED-BY A RESPECT AMLrf WcZ
man, three-or four days' work a week
ut washing or housework. Address E. M. 1).,
4 to Hickory street.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A WATCH,
man or to attend boilers. Addresk G.
W.t 61tl Hickory street.
SOBER, INDUSTRIOUS MARRIED MAN
wants Job driving team or working on
farm; thoroughly understands care of horses
und stock. Address Box -16, Nicholson, Pa.
ANTED-WASHINO AND IRONING
by the uny or house cleaning; cun give
I nf references. Adtlress bL f?.. 'Jlfl
the lest of references,
SITUATION WANTED-YOUNG MAN OF
O New York, ace 22. wishes sltuutlon In
office or ns clerk In store, has best of refer
ences as to character nnd ability us salesman.
w. J., ncranion in mine.
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