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THE SCRANTON TKIBUNB-FRIDA.Y MOItNINGr. JUNE 11, 18!7.
No Business Is Transacted by Hint
MORNINQ WRANGLE IN THE HOUSE
Tho Alonsuro to Tax Hicyclcs, Cnr
rlngc nml Traction Knglnos Passes
Second Ilonilliig--Tho HIM Tnilng
Toiitlcnl mid Social Clubs Is I.nld
Asldo Tor tho l'rcscnt.
Harrlsburg, June 10. There were
only fifteen members of tho senate
present when Lieutenant Governor
Lyons called It to order at 11 o'clock.
The house having: refused to permit lb
to adjourn the senators decided to go
away andi leave tho body without a
quorum with which to do business."
Alter prayer the lieutenant gover
nor ordered n poll and a quorum not
being present he adJsWrned the senate
until Monday night.
Th llrst half of the morning scnslon
of the house was spent In wrangling
over a bill taxing bicycles for road
purposes. The measure also taxes tri
cycles and pleasure carriages one dol
lar a year and traction engines three
dollars. The bills passed second read
ing as It was reported from tho ways
and means committee.
Mr. Smith, of Philadelphia, attacked
the bill taxing political and social
clubs and then It was defeated by a
vote of 95 to 48., A bill correcting the
constitutional defects In the direct In
Kerltnnce tax was Introduced by llr.
Marshall, of Allegheny. Five minutes
later Mr. Kayser, of Philadelphia, re
ported It from the ways and means
committee, and the bill passed hr&t
reading. The measure Is practically
the sam as that declared unconstitu
tional by Judge Hanna, except that
It taxes all estates and Is not retro
active. Mr. Marshall says the bin will
raise $2,000,000 a year. The pooK bill
also passed first reading. The remain
der of the morning session was devoted
to fhe consideration of senate bills
on first and second reading.
CLUB BILL LAID ASIDE.
The bill taxing political nnd social
clubs was reconsidered at the after
noon session and laid aside for the
present There whs much talk and lit
tle work at' this session. A half hour
was spent In trying to amend the sen
ate bill for the Inspection of meat
shipped into the 'state from other
states. Numerous amendments were of
fered, but the bill went through sec
ond reading In the form It passed the
Mr. Stewart, of Philadelphia, called
up the conference report on the fish
bill and a half hour was spent by the
clerk In reading the measure, after
which It was adopted.
Mr. Bliss, of Delaware, called up
postponed senate bill requiring political
conventions and caucuses to be held
In the district In which the delegates
were elected. After wasting a half hour
In filibustering on the bill, the yeas
and nays were called on the motion to
proceM to Its consideration. The roll
call dlsrtssed no quorum many mem
bers refusing to vote, and a motion to
adjourn until 8 o'clock was made and
Harrlsburg, Pa., June 10. The order
of business for tomorrow In the house
was reported tonight by the rules com
mittee and adopted.
Revenue bills on Becond reading will
be llrst considered and then bills on
third reading and original resolutions.
Bills on first reading, revenue bills on
second and third reading and house
bills on second reading will be the or
der for Monday's session. The house
did little else than talk at tho evening
session. The bills under consideration
were of no great Interest, but every
body seemed to have a desire to be
The bill authorizing county commis
sioners to appoint a clerk and fix his
salary; to prohibit the peddling, hawk
in the window plainly marked
is not without a cause. Such val
ues at such prices have touched
the popular pulse and purse strings,
and, why not, when a whole suit
goes for little more than the price
of a pair of pants? There's only a
limited quantity left and it is im
possible for us to get more at any
When shall we see youtoday
ing or selling of merchandise, wares
or other goods without a license, and
relating to actions of ejectment and
making one verdict and Judgment
conclusive where the real estate does
not exceed $5,000 1n value were defeated.
Senate bill authorizing property own
ers of any street or town or village
not Incorporated to enter Into con
tract with light companies for lighting
said street or water companies for fur
nishing water for fire protection and to
provide for tho expense of assessment
upon tho abutting property owners,
which was defea'ted at tho afternoon
session, was reconsidered and passed
A bill amending the act of May 11,
1SS3, to enable borough councils to es
tablish boards of health, to allow coun
cils of boroughs containing not more
than 10,000 Inhabitants to combine com
patible ofllces passed Anally. The Itog
er bill Increasing the punishment for
repeating at elections from three
months Imprisonment to five years was
defeated by 101 to 39, less than a ma
Tho house adjourned at 10:50 until
9 o'clock tomorrow morning.
TRIAL OF SCHULTZ.
Damaging Testimony Given Against the
Prisoner by His Eldest Son
Other Attempts at Murder.
Mllford, Juno 10. The trial of Her
man Paul Schulz, of New York, for the
murder of his wife, was resumed to
day. A number of witnesses were ex
amined, but the only Important testi
mony was that given by Charles, the
eldest son of the prisoner. His waa
one long story of 111 treatment from
the prisoner towards himself and his
mother. He said that Schulz had fre
quently threatened to kill his mother
and that In 1S93 they became so fright
ened that they had him arrested and
he was committed to prison for six
months. Af the end of four months,
Mrs. Schulz rolented and as a result
of her pleading Schulz was released.
Later, witness said, Schulz attempted
to kill her with a razor and when she
went to Shohola, It was to be In hid
ing from her husband.
The witness had no Idea how his
father succeeded In locating his moth
er. Shortly before Schulz went to Sho
hola he came to the witness and said
that he had Inherited $33,000 from the
old country and Intended to give $600
to Mrs. Schulz and $1,000 to each of the
boys. The next time witness saw his
father was when Schulz told him that
his mother had committed suicide, and
that he (the defendant) had felt so
badly that he would have killed him
self had It not been that little Paul
was with him at the time. Witness al
so paid that his father told him at that
time that Mrs. Schulz had acted as If
she was Insane on the night before her
CHOIRS AS SABBATH. BREAKERS.
Prosecuted merchants Promise n
Pittsburg, Pa., June 10. The little
Lawrance county town of New Castle
Is much torn up at present by a little
war between the church goers and the
keepers of little shops. On last Mon
day morning the church people hauled
up 17 keepers of candy and tobacco
shops and had them fined for breaking
the Sabbath by keeping open.
Tho merchants paid their fines and
say they will next Issue warrants for
every paid choir singer In the churches
who sings next Sunday.
Legislative Committee Will Try to
Lcnrn tho Cause ofllis llcath.
Lancaster, Pa., June 10. Subpoenaes
were served this evening upon H, H.
Honsel and Charles M. Howell, Jr.,
newspaper reporters, of this city, John
H. Itldenour and E. H. Kauffman to
appear at Phlladelhhla to-morrow be
fore tho legislative committee Investi
gating the Eastern penitentiary.
They will be called upon to give tes-
flutter in such ex
,'for those Men's
All Wool Suits
tlmony as to the appearanco of the
body of John Frankford, a convict who
died In tho penitentiary a year or moro
ago. Frankford lived In this city and
when his remains were brought here
there wor.o bruises and marks on his
head nnd body which according to tho
claims of Frankford's relatives could
only have been produced through
abuse. Tho witnesses nnmed are
among those who saw Frankford In his
BICYCLISTS WILL CHUCKLE.
Two West Plttson Cops Dismissed
Special to th Scranton Tribune.
PIttston, June 10. Two "West Pitts
ton policemen, Ofllcers Hallstead and
Davenport, were dismissed by the town
council Inst night for "over-zenlous-ness"
In arresting bicyclists.
There riro ten policemen In the bor
ough nnd a good part of their revenuo
comes from the arrest of unsuspecting
wheelmen who In passing through tho
village ride on the sidewalk or violate
soma other borough ordinance. One
of the two ofllcers dismissed last night
Is credited with ton arrests of this kind
One of the arrested parties was Har
ry Laycock, tho young son of Colonel
Lnycock, of Wyoming. He protested
that his arrest was lllDgal and his
father causied complaint to be entered
before the council. Tho hearing took
place last night nnd when the accused
officers refused to testify except beforo
the burgess, the council ordered their
dismissal. The. witnesses all testified
that Laycock was arrested while rid
ing at a moderate speed through tho
street. The ofllcers alleged nt the time
of his arrest that ho was scorching
along the sidewalk.
COAL STRIKE OFF.
A Sntlsfnctorr Compromise Ilns Ilccu
JUndo nt Kond Mines.
Pittsburg, Pa., June 10. Tho strike
at tho Rend coal mines has been de
clared off and a satisfactory compro
mise made. President Bolan, of the
United Mine Workers today arranged
matters with Colonel Itcnd, whereby the
reduction from the 60 cent rate to the
Et cent rate was accepted by the min
ers. Col. Bend agreed to reduce the price
of the coal sold to the miners and also
to bring their house rent down consid
erably. The wages of the day workers
will remain the same as were paid nt
the 60 cent rate.
WILL FORM A POOL.
Tin Plato -Manufacturers to .licet nt
Iiitburg, Pa., June 10. A meeting cf
large Jobbers and a committee of the
Tin Plate Manufacturers Association
will be held In New York within the
next few days to form a pool. Previous
to the formation of the new association
cf tin plate manufacturers the Jobbers
stocked heavily at the low prices and
when the association advanced prices,
the Jobbers refused to be governed by
the association rates.
It Is not proposed to combine nnd fix.
a rato satisfactory to both parties.
STEEL RAILS FOR INDIA.
Americans Get n Contract in Compe
tition with Kuropenns.
Philadelphia, June 10. American
steel manufacturers have again come In
competition with European manufac
turers and again succeeded in carrying
off the prize. Tho sucessful concern In
this Instance Is the Maryland Steel
cempany, which within tho past few
days has closed a contract for 7,500
tons of steel rails for India.
The rails will be shipped as soon as
possible and will be the first Ameri
can steel rails ever sent to India. The
company has also received a sample
order for 100 tons of steel billets for a
firm In Russia.
Two Mill" Workers Burned.
Greenville, June 10. Two serious ac
cidents occurred at tho P. L. KImberly
mill last evening. William AVelch was
charging hls'furnace, when he- received
a splash of molten metal in the eye
which' will result In the loss of that
member. Benjamin Harris Is employ
ed on the 10-inch mill. A "bar of Iron
was turned over In putting It through
the rolls and the end struck Harris on
the leg, Inflicting a ragged wound and
burning off the cords of the leg.
Wife Smv Him Killed.
Foxburg, Pa., June 10. West Mc
Gara, of Emlenton, met a horrible death
here. AVhile trying to board a train,
which was running about 15 'miles an
hour, his foot slipped and he fell under
the wheels and was mangled beyond
recognition. His wife saw the terrible
accident and had to be led away.
Cnpins Issued for Wenllhy Tnrmcr.
Harrlsburg, June 10. A capias was
Issued by the court today for the ar
rest of O. II. Houghawout, a wealthy
farmer, from Sunbury, charged with
alienating the affections of tho wife of
Thomas Hubley, of this city. The hus
band claims $10,000 damages, Houga
wout gave ball for court.
Tho Gibsons Not Guilty.
Ebensburg, Pa Juno 10. The Jury in
the case of Patrick and John Gibbons,
who were charged with blowing open
and robbing the safe of Joseph Ralney,
of Lilly, of $500, after being out five
houf returned a verdict of not guilty.
Terribly Ilittoti by n Dog.
Conshohocken, Juno 10. John Ban
gert, 12 years old, has been severly,
perhaps fatally bitten by a dog. Every
effort is being made to prevent hydro
phobia or death. The brute was shot.
Killed in the Woods.
Clearfield, June 10. John LaConte,
of Frenchvllle, was killed by a falling
tree, while working on a timber Job on
the Clarion river. Ho leaves a wife and
J. V, Shatter Appointed Judge,
Harrlsburg, June 10. John D. Shaffer,
of Pittsburg, was today appointed a
Judge of the Allegheny county courts
by Governor Hastings to succeed tho
late Judge Eulng.
Gorqd by Vicious Cow.
Clearfield, June 10, Lynn, the son of
J. A, Antes., of Lawranco township,
aged ten, was seriously hurt by a cow
ho was tying.
Itching, Burning Skin Disonscs Cured
lor Thirty-rive Cents.
Itching, Burning, Skin Diseases Cured
for Thirty-five Cents. Dr. Agnew's
Ointment relieves In one day and Cures
Tetter, Bait Rheum, Scald Head. Ec
zema, Barbers' Itch, Ulcers, Blotches
and all eruptions of the skin. It Is
soothing and quieting and nets like ma
gic In the euro of all baby humors. 35
rant. Bold br Matthews Bnw.
BASE BALL CONTEST.
ONE VOTE FOR
D. t). Club
ol - -
Voter's Name -
N. P. This coupon will not bo ro
ccptod when moro than ft days old.
Tho club receiving the 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
22.2 Wyoming avenue. They will bo
of the best stylo and equal to tho
uniforms of any Eastorn league
This vote will be confined exclu
sively to clubs of Lackawanna, Lu
zerne, Wuyne, -Susquehanna, Mon
roe, Bradford and Wyoming coun
ties. Tho winning club will be an
nounced Saturday, Juno 20. Send
ballots to Sporting Editor, The Trib
une Tho time Is short. Better be
Business of the Sessions Held at Read.
Ing Officers Elected District
Special to tho Scranton Tribune.
Reading, June 10. The convention
meetings of the Unlversallst society of
the day opened with a conference meet
ing led by Rev. F. E. Adams, Beforo
the business session prayer was offer
ed by Rev. 13. W. Barnes. A report
was given from the Nicholson church.
The main business of the morning
waa the presentation and discussion of
the report of the committee on official
reports. Main points of the report are:
The need of greater Interest to the
matters pertaining to tho convention
on the part of parishes; the Import
ance of Insuring church property nnd
deeding the same to tho convention.
The convention re-afflrms Its ap
proval of the district missionary plan.
The Importance of tho Sunday school
urged, and It was resolved that more
time and thought bo given to its con
sideration. The value of our denoml
nntldnnl literature was called to no
tice. Tho cent-a-day plan for raising
money was commended. A resolution
was passed looking to a unifying of
all our powers for a common end.
Tho convention expressed Itself fa
vorable to the continuance of the dis
trict conferences, like that at Syra
cuse. A vote of thanks was extended
to tho Reading parish for Its generous
hospitality. The following officers
were elected: President, Hon. C. 8.
Ruosell, Towanda; vice president, C.
W. Sabell, Jr., Philadelphia; secretary,
Rev. F. A. Blsbee, Philadelphia; treas
urer, G. C. Thomas, Philadelphia;
trustees for three years, Charles S.
Lincoln, Th'omna IC. Ober, William G.
Ayres; trustees for two years, Wil
liam H. Linden committee of fellow
ship, Dr. E. C. Sweetson, Rev. R. T.
Polk, Rev. F. E. Adams, Mr. W. S.
Mace, Mr. W. II. Hart; delegates to
the general convention, Mr. William
H. Luden, Mr. A. R. Waldle, Mr. W. S,
Macej Mrs. Sarah D. Strlckler, lay;
Dr. E. C. Sweetson, Rev. F. E. Adams,
clerical; preacher of the occasional
sermon, Dr. A. G. Rogers.
In the evening addresses on "The
What, Why and How of Our Mission
as a Church" were given by Dr. Rog
ers and Dr. Sweotser. This closed the
convention proper. Tho session today
was devoted to the interests of the
Women's Missionary society nnd the
Young People's union.
A very Interesting game of base ball
was pluyed on the Mott Haven ball
grounds here yesterday afternoon be
tween the clerks and butchers of Peck
vlllo. Eleven Innings were played and
the score was 24 to 20 In favor of the
clerks. Batteries For the Butchers,
Curtis and Jones; for the Clerks, Wood
ruff and Rolls.
Frank A. Peck visited friends yes
terday at Pleasant Mount.
Mrs. Frank D. Simpson Is quite sick
with throat trouble at her home on
Second street, Blakely.
The Olyphant Standard band was In
town last Wednesday evening and gave
an open air concert on the stoop of tho
Hotel Wilson on Main street. The
music rendered was well appreciated
and was listened to by a large number
of citizens. The boys speak highly of
the treatment they received from the
proprietor, M. D. Betts.
A citizens' meeting will be hold at the
hose rooms this evening, to which
every one is Invited, to make arrange
ments for the selecting of a place to
raise a liberty pole on the celebration
day of tho Fourth.
Rev. J. S. Thomas, of Parsons, has
accepted the call as pastor of the Bap
tist church and will ocupy the pulpit
next Sunday morning and evening.
The Ladles' Aid of the Baptist church
will give a strawberry festival June 22
on the church lawn, A fine programme
Is being arranged for the occasion.
Hut It Wns tho Only One.
Wife Haven't I suffered in a thousand
ways since I married you7
Heartless Husband Thoro Is one way
Wife (Indignantly) In what way is
Heartless Husband In Bllence.
V. AND W.
"Excuse me If I trouble you,"
Bald V to Jolly W.
"But will you have the kindness to ex
plain one thing to me?
Why, looking ns you do,
Folka should call you double U,
When they really ought to call you dou-
Bald W to curious V;
"The reason's plain as plain can bo
(Although I must admit it's understood
by very few)
As vou say, I'm double V;
And therefore, don't you tee,
The peoplo esy that I'm double you,"
Connolly & Wallace
WILL. SELL. FOR
CONNOLLY & WALLACE,
BASE BALL UNIFORM CONTEST.
For the Sliders 1,050 votes, an un
usually large number, wero received
yestprday and this puts them In first
place again ahead of the West Side
West Side Browns 25,204
West Side Harmonies 13,510
South Side Club 2,020
Nay Aug Stars1 600
Pino Brook Crescents 5C5
Taylor Grays 420
North End Stars 375
Jolly Nine 354
Old Forge Dodgers 07
South Side Grays 55
Green Rldga Actives 51
South" Side Violets 40
, Kadulcs 15
AMATEUR BALL NOTES.
The Mooslc Poputars will play the
Taylor Reds on Mooslo grounds today.
West Side Stars cannot play the Mo
docks on Sunday, but will play them
any week day.
The Browns, of Olyphant, will play
St. Thomas' college team at Olyphant
park next Tuesday.
The Sliders will play the Blue Stars
on Sliders' grounds at 2.30 o'clock to
day; E. A. Tropp, manager.
Tho Edlsons will play the Athletes
this afternoon at 4 p. m. John Thom
as, captain; J. Barrett, manager.
The Lackawannas would like to
know why the Mooslc Populars have
not accepted their challenge for June
No. 18 school accepts the challenge
of the Athletics for June 12 at 0 o'clock.
W. Snow, manager; F. Hughes, cap
tain. The 'Sliders cannot play the Actives,
of Dunmore, Saturday afternoon, but
will play them In the near future. E.
A. Tropp, captain.
The Young Ratlers of the South Side
will play any club under 13 years of
age. Answer through the Tribune,
Philip Fallon, captain.
The Lackawannas have an open date,
Juno 13, and would like to hear from
any first-class team for that day, to
play on the Dunmore grounds.
The Crystals, of the West Side, would
llko to play the West Side Stars Sat
urday afternoon at 2,80 o'clock. An
swer in The Tribune. James Duffy,
Tho Mooslc Populars challenge any
team In Lackawanna county for any
day next week excepting Saturday.
Answer In The Tribune, Thomas Mulr,
The Sliders accept the challenge. of
the Midway Stars for a game Satur
day afternoon at 2.30 p. m. on the
Moses Taylor hospital grounds, E, A.
The Neptune's Stars accept tho chal
lenge of the Centurys for Sunday, June
13, on the Rose Buds' grounds at 2
o'clock. J. Hahn, manager; E. Kotz
Tho Browns, of Olyphant, challenge
any club In Lackawanna county to a
game next Thursday afternoon at Oly
phant park. Answer through The
Tribune. John McAndrew, manager.
Th South Side Stars challenge the
Rosettes, Young Harmonies, Brownies,
South Side Juniors or Shamrocks for
June 12, on Oawley's grounds. Answer
In The Tribune. John Coals, captain.
TUe West Side Stars would llko to
play the following teams:Mayflowers,
Young Achilles. Alerts, Sliders, If the
last named will not give us a return
game It will disgrace their name, Phil
lips, manager; Gallagher, captain,
The Crescents, of Pine Brook, wouU
llko to hear from the South Sldo team,
Unions of Hyde Park, or the West Side
Athletics for a game on the Crescent's
grounds, June 13, at 3 p. m. Answer In
tomorrow's Tribune. J. Cooney.cap
tain. Tho Edlsons challenge any club In
the city whose members are not over
15 years to a game of ball on the Moses
Taylor hospital grounds Tuesday, June
15, at 4 p. m. Answer In The Tribune
nnd Truth. J, Burrett, manager; J.
The Ntlitune Stars are made up of
the following players: P. Hahn, catch
er; J. Hahn, pitcher; C. Reuther, short
stop; E. Kotzwlnkle. first base; Kelper,
second base; II, Warner, third base;
O. Jech, right field; J, Hahn, manager;
E. Kotzwlnkle, catcher.
Tho Alerts, of the West Side, chal
lenge any club under 16 years of age
to a gamo of ball June 13 on Mullen's
grounds at 10 a, m. Will give a re
turn game In the nfternoon. Mozarts,
Jolly Nine, West Bide Sunsets, or Car
bon Street Senators preferred. An
swer In tomorrow's Tribune. J, Flah
Tho Sliders met their first defeat
yesterday on the Sliders' grounds by
the Trllbys in a very Interesting game,
Tho feature of tho game was the all
around playing of it lie Sliders, and the
batting of Grlffln. Bcore.5 t& 4. Bat
teries, Sliders, Tropp and Schlager;
Trilby, Cummlngs and Orlflln, Camp
bell nnd Schlmpff. Signed, Eugene A,
Erie, June 10. Mart Mauer, once a
prominent merchant, committed sul
cldo today by shooting himself in the
head, He recently met with business
COME, FIRST SERVED.
"I was simply deluged
with them," 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,
HELP WANTED MALES.
Advs. Under This Mead One Cent a Word.
WANTKD AGENTS-S7r PER MONTH
and expenses paid nctlve men If right;
good sold by munple only; sample, also
horse and carriage furnlibed FREE. Ad
dress JOBBER, Box 8008, Boston, Mast.
SALESMEN-SCHOOL SUPPLIES: COUN
try work; $100 salary montuly, with
liberal additional commissions. It. O.
EVAN8 & CO., Chicago.
WANTED-AN IDEA. WHOCANTHINK
of some Blmplo thine to patent? Pro
tect your Ideas; they may bring you wealth.
Write JOHN WEDDEllilURN & CO., Dent.
C 23, I'ntent Attorneys, Washington. D. C.,
for tholr $1800 prize oner and list ofl,000
WANTED-AS AGENT IN EVERY HEC
tlon tocanvu?;$1.00to Sft.on n day
made; sells at sight; also a man to sell Staple
Goods to dealers; best side line S7ft a month;
f ulary or largo commission made; experience
unnecessary, Clifton Soup and Manufactur
ng Company, Cincinnati, O.
T ANTED - WELL-KNOWN MAN IN
i every town to solicit stock subscrip
tions; a monopoly: nig money for agents; no
capital required. EDWARD C. FlaU&CO.,
Burden Iloclc, Chicago, 111.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
L ADIES-I MAKE BIO WAGES DOING
pleasant home work, and will gladly sond
full particulars to all sending 2 cent stamp.
MISS M. A. BTEBBINS, 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
fiurtlculars nt once and get benent of holiday
rude. T. 11. HNYDEIt & CO., Cincinnati. O.
ANTED IMMEDIATELY-TWO ENEIt
cetlc saleswomen to renresent us.
Guaranteed 80 a day without Interfering
with other duties. Healthful occupation.
Write for paitlcularn, enclosing stump,
MANGO CHEMICAL C'OMl'ANY, No. 7'J
John street, New York.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
n HOUHES IN CENTUAL CITY. TO 12
I) rooms'. piB to ?(), OAPWELL
HHOWNING, Iloom 812 Mears liulldlng.
I70U IlENT-PIVE (ft) 8TOUYUU1LDING,
. No. i;)H Wjomlng avenue, next to Dime
Hank; will be entirely remodeled, furnished
with elevator and made suitable for apart
ment store. Inquire of J. N, ltlCIC, Mears
-70K IlENT-KUONT AND HACK PAH
J' lors, with board, or suitable for ofllces.
CIO Mulberry street.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent Word.
OK HALE CHEAP' A FEW CHOICE
lota nt Ijike Wlnola. Address D. M.
HESHLEIU Patcrspn, N. J.
'OH HALE-A KIND YOUNG Hl'AN OK
durk chestnut horses. Kor dcscrlntlon
Inquire ut Everett's btable, Dlx Court, Heron
ton. I ?OH BALE-FINE THAI" CHEAP. 16 11
, lnn avenue.
IOK HALE-A HILVEIM'LATED CONN
1 double bell euphonium, nicely engraved,
with trombone bell, gold lined; nearly now
and cost UO; will sell ut a bargain. Address
this week to E. W. UAYLOft, Lulluyivllle,
Advs. Under This Head Ont Cent Word.
WANTED TO HELL-HOUSEHOLD FUH
nlturo cheap; u complete outfit for
housepeople. Inquire E. A. HASTINGS,
In tear :i'2l Jefferson avenue.
Advs. Undsr This Head One Cent a Word.
room and board with a private family.
Address Hoard, Tribune office.
INTHECOUIITOF COMMON I'LE.VH OF
Lackawanna County, No. 1(50, beptein.
berTcrm. 1HD7. , k
Notice is hereby given that an application
will be made to the said court on naturduy,
the third day ol July, A. D. 1807. at l) o'clock
u. in., under tho Act of Assembly of the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An
Act to provide for the Incorporation and reg
ulation of certain corporations," unproved
April 20th, A. D. 187-1, and the supplements
thereto, for the charter of an Intended cor
poration to bo called "The Court Lily of the
Valley. No. 70, Foresteis of America." the
character and object of which are the mutual
Improvements of the members, and to pro
vide, from fundi, collected therein, means
for the reliefer lt members In case of sick,
ues or disability, and for their families In
case of death, und for these purpose to have,
Kssess and enjoy all the rights, benefits nnd
privileges conferred by the said Aot und Its
The proposed charter is now on file in the
I'rolhunolary's olllceof said court, us of the
number and term aforesaid,
JONES it 1'OWDEULY, Solicitors.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent Word.
WANTED-SOLICITOHS; NO DELIVEIt.
Ing. no collecting; position permanent)
pay weekly; state age. GLEN JIHOTHERS.
Hoabester, N. Y.
WANTED-GENEIlAIi AGENTS IN F,V.
ery county; also lady canvassers; some
JMPS. J.SI s,lr ellen apply quick. J. C.
HILDEUT, 141 Adams avenue, Hcranton.ro.
AGENTS-WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO
do about Hafo Citizenship price fl. Go
ing by thousands. Address NICHOLS,
AGENJS-TO BELL OUH PRACTICAL
gold, silver, nickel and copper electro
plasters; prices from 83 upward! salary anq
expenses paid; outtlt free. Address, with
stump, MICHIGAN MFO CO., Chicago.
AOENTB-TO BELL CIGARS TO DEAL
ers; 920 weekly and expenses; expert.
ence unnecessary. CONSOLIDATED MFU
CO., 4B Von Curen fit,. Chicago.
WYOMING HOUSE FOR SALE.
SEALED PROPOSALS WILL HE RE
celved fortho purchase of the Wyoming
House, to be removad from the premises by
the purchaser, until Monday, the 14th day
of June, 1811", at Ida. m.
All plumbing, steam pipes, rntdlators, gas
fixtures, boilers, engines, pumps and eleva
tors not Included In the sale. Terms; rash.
Address bids to Executors of Estate of John
Handley, Mears liulldlng, Scranton Io.
Advs. Under This Head One Cent a Word.
LOST-I1ETWEEN OLIVE STREET AND
Lackawanna avenue bridge, a small
hunting case watch; nnder will please leave
at 25 Iuakawannu avenue.
Advs, Under This Head One Cents Word.
I70R BALE-DESIRAnLE LOT, WITH
! house on rear, U1B N, Washington ave.
nue; owner leaving city. 001 Qulncy nvo.
CHIROPODIST AND MANICURE,
CORNS, HUNI0N8 AND INGHOWINO
nails cured without the least pain or
drawing blood. Consultation and advice
given free. E. M. HETZEL, Chiropodist,
not) Lackawanna avenue. Ladles utlendod
at their residence If desired. Charges moder
ate. CITY SCAVENGER.
CHAB. COOPER, CITY SCAVENGER.
All orders promptly attended to, day or
night. All the latest appliances. Chutges
reasonable. 710 Bcrunlon street. House,
112ft Washburn street.
AH.BRIGG8 CLEANH rRIVY'VAULTB
. and ress pools; no odor. Improved
pumps used. A. 11HIGUH, Proprietor.
Leave orders 1100 N. Malu;nvc, or Klokes'
drug store, corner Adams and Mulberry,
man; would like to work for a private
family as coachman; has had over two years'
experience with horses; can furnish beu of
references. Address R. W. J., Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED-AH 11UTCHER.
all around man; good meat cutter and
bologna muker; 10 years' experience; good
references. Address C. U. BUTCHER, 1018
Jackson street, city.
SITUATION WANTED-LITTLE GIRL
would like a place as errand girl. Ad.
dress MAME DONNELLY, Scranton I'oeu
stenographer desires position; willing
to work; can furnish reference. Address H.
C, Trlbuno office.
SITUATION WANTED-RY YOUNG MAN
age 10, ns usslstant bookkeeper or clerk;
three yenrk' experience; bet references. Ad
dress J, M,, rare Tribune.
A STEADY MAN, WILLING TO MAKR
himself generally useful, wishes a posi
tion, and In return would give his services as
cornetlst In church work on the Sabbath,
Address MEK.O, Tribune office.
ANTED-A JOI1 AT ASSISTANT
bookeeplng or will work In grocery
store; with experience. Address U. F., H2tt
ANTED-POHITION AS HOCBEKEEP
er by American Protestant widow; no
family. Address M. D., PIttston postofflce.
SITUATION WANTED-llY A HOY 15
yeursof nge, to work in a restaurant m
waiter, or any honorable work. Address H
V. M 1002 Juckson street, city.
SITUATION WANTED-HY A YOUNO
married man, sober and has good habits,
us driving or any other honorable work. Age
20 years. Address ARLIE LUTS, Tribune
YOUNO MAN WITH DUHINESH KX.
nerlence and u small amount of capital
Is looking fur a situation or business opening.
Address J. H. r., this office.
SITUATION TO DO WASHING AND
ironing at home or go out by the day
clennlng offices or stores. Cull or address A.
U,, 307 North Sumner avenue.
Y OUNG LADY DESIRES POSITION AS
bookkeeper, clerk, or office assistant.
Can furnish good refereuce If desired. Ad
dress, DLANCHE. General Delivery, City.
A SLAVONIC YOUNG MAN WANTS A Po
sition in store or some other business.
Understands English ami several other lan
guages. Address, J, BI'ORINBKY, Scranton
Business College, Hcrauton, Pa.
SITUATION WANTED-RY OIUL TO DO
general housework. Address 114 Elm
street, Scranton, I'a.
ANTED-11Y A I'OLIBH GinU WHO
also speaks German, a position 1 for
general housework! good Ironer and washer.
Address FHANC1S0A WACHOSKI, 1U0
WANTED-HY A RESPECTABLE Wo
man, three or four days' work a week
at wat hi ng or housework. Address K. M. ).,
140 Hickory street.
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